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THE WASBSNGTOS HERALD. THURSDAY JANUARY 23. 1913.
Danny Moeller's Injured Shoulder Is Permanently Cured
Crack Outfielder Cures His
Collapsable Shoulder by - -Osteopath
NATIONALS PLAY C. U.
Griff Arrange Games at Local Park
for April 2 Other Sporting
Hy WIM,IA3f rEET.
Dare Devil Dan Moeller. the Rochester
Rambler, has at last been located, and
Manager Griffith yesterday drew a long
stsrh of relief.
No sooner had the Nationals' boss re
turned from his a cation last fall he
wrote Moeller a lone letter. Waiting
three weeks and receiving no reply, he
wrote again Nothing doing. Half a
tlczen letters were mailed and Griff heard
'nary a word.
Vesterdaj the postman handed the Na
tionals' boss a missile marked Des
Moines. Ion a. It was from Moeller and
revealed just the information Griffith
"I've been taking treatment for my
i-houlder." wrote the outfielder. "The
tpeclalist in Des Moines tells me that I
11I never be bothered again with the
blamed thing, and I believe he is right,
for thus far I hae not thrown it out.
end it feels strong. I am in fine shape
now. have spent the greater part of the
w Inter skating on the Ice. Will be right
on the job when the time comes to re
port" It will be remembered that while the
Nationals were In Detroit last summer,
on one of their trips, a conention. at
tended bv the leading osteopaths of the
I'nited States, was In progress. Dr. Still,
one of the foremost osteopaths, examined
Moeller and advised treatment. As Still
has a branch office in Des Moines, the
1-all plascr. as soon as the season was
oer. put himself Into tne osieopam s
Lands, .ind according to Moeller"s own
Matement that patent collapsable
thoulder will no more proie a handicap
I am awfully glad fo" hear this.' re
marked Griff, "for MocIIer's shoulder was
a severe handicap to him last season
lie Is a treat hall nlayer when in shape,
jnd helped us win many a game by his
timely hitting and base running.
Nationals vs. Catholic University.
Manager Griffith yesterday announced
that he had scheduled a game at Na
tional Park on Tuesday. April 1. with the
Catholic University team.
It will be remembered that the Nation
wis plaed Catholic University last year
end won easily This spring tne urooK-
landers declare they will present
stronger front, and are more than anx
ious to make a better showing against
the professionals than Georgetown.
Clean living Nationals.
Manager Griffith, of the Nationals, Is
a great believer in putting his ball play
ers on their honor. So far as known,
not a member of the Nationals last sea
son was asked to sign a contract con
taining a prohibition clause, and while
he has never said so. It Is plain that the
Old Fox does not agree with the Ideas
of Charley Murphy, owner of the CUD;
who Is going to make every member of
the Chicago club sign the pledge Deiore
the coming season starts.
It does not take Griff long to know
his men If any of them are partial to
strong drink he qulcklj tells them that
unless they keep in shape they will be
fined and suspended, and a ball player
who drinks soon show the effects of
As a matter of fact, a cleaner living
set of men never sported the colors of a
major league club than the Nationals of
JMi. Not a plajer was fined for miscon
duct, and the only warnings Issued were
those early In the season, which were
heeded to the letter.
Defeats llnrlrlmcs In Pocket Billiard
Match nt I(oaI.
Earl Williams, of Northeast, turned
tables on Charles Bartelmcs and defeat
ed him in the pocket blllard match at
the Royal last night by the score of 100
to 12. Williams showed great improve
ment In his playing and made high runs
of 2J. Walter Wallace, of this citi. will
play Williams to-night
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Always the Same
JIIIIX McGll.VVV, Giants.
New YorL. bnll pnrU, which will lie
Captures Juarez Handicap,
with Loftus Up, from
IDLE TALE A SURPRISE
At 20 to 1, Beats Out Connaught,
the Heavily Played
Juarez, Jan. 22 Jim Bascy. favorite
In the betting and cleverly ridden by
Loftus. was easily, the best of the small
fkld of fcprintcrs that faced the barrier
in the handicap, the feature of the
card at Juarez this afternoon. He con
ceded w eight to all of his opponents and
he carnt-d the impost of 114 pounds with
ease. Tilford Thomas hung on long
enough to get the place from the fast
Othello was pounds the best of the
youngsters in the opening race, lie
breezed all the way and won In a big
gallop Panhaichipl took the place in a
card drive witn Old Gotch third The
surprise of the day was furnished when
Idle Tale, as gcod as 3) to 1. beat out
Connaught. the heavily played favorite,
in the lifth race Summary:
FIRST RACE-Three Mid oce-blU furlooev
OtbeDo, 11 to 5. won, Tanuelupl 8 to 6. second.
Old Gotch 10 to 1, third. Tune, 0-z- lumlll
J Nolan Paw. Benedict, and Ooma aba ran.
SECOND IIACE-Sn forlorn. Edmond Adam!.
5 to L won: Tim Jodfe 7 to 5, -second. Mazurka.
en-n. thtrd. Time, IM Satlnwood, Swift Sure.
King Stalwart. Lady louna:. Doc Auen, Unite,
Yearian and Don Enrique also ran.
T1IIUD RACE-Seron furlongs. Chanticleer, 1 to
1 won Ere White. I to i xcond- SuSraiist. to 5
third. Time. 1:31-5. Fl Palo Rote O'Ntil. Annual
Interest. Oawajd B.. ana tttlliw-l also ran.
FODRTH RACE Sn fnrlocss. Jim Raaer. I to 5.
won; Tilford Thomas, eren, aerond, Kootenar. 3 to
5. third. Tune. lJl Coekspar. loj lloauta. ana
Seneca also ran.
FIFTH RACE-Sil forionst Idle Tale. U to L
woa. Onnsusht. 1 to Z. second: Weianoke. out,
third. Time, I It. V eeted Rlrhta and Stout Heart
SIXTH IUCE-rnck 11 to 10 won. Mrcense. S to
5, Mcond. Maude Girl. errn. third. Time. r29 3-3.
Golden Acnca, Dutch Rock, and Handr also ran.
RACING CABD FOE TO-LAY.
FIRST RtCE SeUmc. four jear-oldi and Ho
ward, six furlongs
I,ad. Touuc.... - 1 I Commodation I1
Ah Moon lfOllTrao . ....... m
Vuto Girl MOfGond Intmt IW
ltrcdwell KB "Tallow Dirv 1
Hnch Oral IK 1 ltannis. 108
Roberta. 10S I Jurtso Walton Ill
SECOND RACE Purse, three-year-olds; fix fur
lone. Mrtia E W I The Cindrrt . . . . WC
Birsac 1(2 It .IlcUs V
Wmtwortht ,. ... 103 I IVxwtrr lln
Tolqmtt . . . 1E I Hejanokef 1IC
Kennedr . . . 105 I
THIRD RACE Four esr-lds and upward; one
SVepland' K Ijdr Willie. 103
IMta rroed" .... IS M.ry Enalj 1M
Ccrpen". " fidt. 107
nariem Msid. 100 Ifcar... , 110
Gut Spenror 103 Duncracsin 110
Calrtfeumnlan ... .10:
rOpilTIt RACB-Three-jcar-olds and upward;
tire and one-half fnrlonc.
Florence UobiTta ... I Inrfi Gentleman .. IW
lnde of Luonore ... 10 I Amen 113
lirloni .. .. .. 10S I
FIFTH RACE Three-jcar-olds. fire and one half
Vt-lio Forty S6 Compton 303
. Marsand 93 rerrr nradcrsoo Ill
Mlnco Jrmmie ...... lot Garland 1
hone of Rocks. 101 RoienU IK
Iledran 1U Mike Molett !
Mora Ganomann.. 113 Gcmmell 108
SIXTH RACE Selllnj;; four-year-olds; (Jr. fur
lonfs. Royal Dollie S Clint Tucker. 108
lwn. K3 Bob Farley. 108
hheriot Holmes'.... 103 lletrou , ... 108
Onmir Lad 10S Hidden Hand los
Anno McGce. 108 Osouro 108
Deerfoot. 106 Cool 108
To Be Given To-nlrjht by Ted Snlll
van nt Carroll Ilnll.
The lecture to be given bj' Ted Sullivan
to-night for the Catholic University Ath
letic Association will be at Carroll Hall,
St. Patrick's Church, at Tenth and G
Streets Northwest. The time will be 8:15.
and. as the lecture is to be on baseball
from the early to the present stage, a
large crowd Is expected to be on hand.
The lecture Is to be Illustrated and about
100 slides will be shown, and they are
considered very fine and Interesting to
followers of the national game. Mr. Sulli
van Is at present connected with the Chi
cago White Sox and wag at one time
manager of the local club. There is hard
ly another man In the country who knows
as much about the inside worklnir nf the
baseball business as Sullivan, and the'
athletic association Is to be congratulated
for having obtained Mr. Sullivan for this
"Bane datna Mens with Flttabarsr
1'itUburg, Pa., Jan. zi "Babe" Adams
was the first Pirate to sign up lor laxz.
His contract was received esterday trotn
his home in Mount Morlah, Mo.
HOME OF THE GIANTS AND
THE POLO GEOUNDS. FUAMC CIIAVCE, Yankees,
lionir o"I the- Anirrlcnm and National I.rnKne rinba I" Gotham.
WAS ONCE A STAR;
NOW OUT OF A JOB
George Stone, Famous .300 Hitter,
Advertises in Sporting News for
In 1506 George Stone led the American
1-cjkuc in batting. Ho was considered
one of the greatest outfielders In the
game and four years ago held out lor
.1 salary of SS.0UX .Vow he la advertising
for a Job. Out on his farm in Nebraska,
the one-time king sw ataman is looking
for a club that will pay htm to wear its
uniform. An advertisement in the
Sporting .News reads:
Por-iuon Wanted as manager or poo-er, formerly
with hi. liouis AmrrKana and Milwaukee, frro
asrnt. Address George R. Stone, CWendgr,
Stone rose fast and fell fast. Ills story
points no moral, for he left behind him
no sensational trail of scandal. He Just
couldn't stand the gaff, and after his
big ear in 1906 slipped notch by notch
down the ladder; .X0 In 1907, down to
.3S In 1910 is the record or his decline.
In 1311 he got hii little paragraph when
he went to Milwaukee. An old star
He did not stay with the Brewers very
long, and now can sign himself George
Stone, free agent, anxious to give up his
The following is his record In the
Tear. G All. R
1905. 131 Q3 :
1X6 lM SI S
19GT 135 V 7
11 3 ja
11 a .31
Br BIX I, BAILEY
As tlbe din lragtbm the lcre of (he dumosd
rrowi stronger asd ttroorcr Lin? Lajolo is nc
lonper a bold-oat.
Cbicasa has a crack runner named Leisure. Mr.
what a name! lie I said to be fast.
I'm purine batkrt-bsJl to lmproTe my wind."
said Hans Watraer the other niht when his team
-woa its fortr-stxth straight rirtorj
Some pitchers may be beard to marnwr "I'm
Clad he can't play baskrt-baU to improve his bat
Der captinc of the nrates Is a wonderful fel
low, lie is not a yormsstrr
Lsjnie has signed to play his eighteenth Kiwn
in the major league. And if one consulted the files
of the newspapers in lae6, when "Larry" troke in.
it would be thscorerrd that some critics said he
"wouldn't da" That should encourage tome young
iters of the 1513 Tintaga who will be criticized in the
coming training season.
Dancins bur writes us thst he has all sorts of
com to bet be can beat George King. Tnfgccts
to sign hit name to the communtfatioo King should
worry and Iom his shape
Sid Greene was lart night initiated into the
Midnight Crow He will pull Not 3 oar until the
boat begins to rock
nas anlhody seen "Gloomy Gas Lewis latelj.
Badness High School Basket-ball
Team Rons Away with Game.
Score, 62 to 9.
The Business High School basket-hall
team swamped the Alexandria High
School quint csterday alternoon in the
Rhode Island Avenue Gymnasium, tne
nnal score being S3 for the Orange and
Blue and 9 for the lads from across tho
The visitors were -outclassed at every
stage of the game, the rapid passing and
team work of the Stenographers bafKirg
the Alexandrians time and again. Hln-
wood managed to cage twelve baskets,
while Donahue scored eight goals, and
Wilson seven. The speed of the Busi
ness guards was too big a handicap for
the Alexandria forwards, Capt. Wentzel
being the only man to put up a Cast
Capt. Harris, or the stenographers.
played a clever defensive game, wntie
Wilson and Boernsteln were all over the
Jloor. Line-up and summary:
Honaid. I. F.
WenUrl (Capt), B. F.
bnUitaa. U O.
Calion, E. G.
Hhnrood, L. F.
Donahue, K. F.
Harris (Car.). It G.
Boemsteln. It. G.
Goals from door Donahue IS). Hhnrood (12). Wil
son (7). Boeraateln (9. Harris (S, Wentxtl. Cur
tain It). Goala from fonts-Curtain 0). Ittftrn
Dr. Hndaon. Time of balrea 20 minutes. Subftt
tnuota Eaton lor Wilson.
Cardinal Reserve Qnlnt Issnes Chal
lenge to Local Teams.
The Cardinal -Reserve basket-ball
team of Alexandria, Vs.. claims the 110
to 113 pound ehamptonship of Washing
ton and vicinity, and who have the re-1
cords of class B. Washington City
Basket-ball League to back them up;
would "like to -arrange games with all
registered teams In and around Wash
ingtonT Address all communications to
Manager B. C Wells, Box 117, Alex
DAVE WHITE TO
Georgetown's Star Hurler Is
Slated for Berth at the
OTHER LOCAL GOSSIP
Tbtor Has Not Been Selected for Ban"-
ness High School Baseball
Br c. W. SWAN.
Dave White, one of Georgetown's
star pitcher, will be selected to coach
the Western High School baseball team
this sprlns. Capt. Buck" Howard, of
the West End aggregation. Is strong
for Big Dave, and stated last night
that the matter now rests with the
White has pitched two years at
a - at, , nm nui uc a taiiur
dat0 for tne nlnc th,s year- nen he
ls r'Bht. Dae Is as good a (linger as
could be found, and should turn out a
corking good team, with just a little
material to work with.
Capt. Howard will call out the bat
tery candidates as soon as a coach Is
selected. The only other candidate for
the coaching position is Church, the
former Eastern High and Yale receiv
er. It Is understood that a meeting
of the faculty will be held early next
week, when Capt. Howard's selection
will be ratified.
The coaching situation at Business is
still hangii (Ire. according to one well
versed In the doings at the Pen Pushers'
institution. It Tias been reported that
Tommy Can t ell would be engaged to
handle the nine, but that has not been
settled upon by any means. It Is a safe
bet that Prof. White will handle tho ball
eleven next year should he return
Prof. White has had considerable suc
cess out West coaching high schooj
teams, and Is himself an athlete of no
mean ability. It has been stated at Busi
ness that Prof. White is Just the sort of
a coach the school has been looking for
one who could control the boys on and
off the plajlng field.
It is expected that arranscments nill
be completed some time this week, and
an announcement will be made Sunday
as to just who will coach the Business
High School baseball team.
James E. Sullivan, secretary of the
Amateur Athletic Union, wants hammer
throwing retained in Its present form.
but Is In favor of some provision being
made to guard the spectators better
than hitherto from accident and injury.
The Intercollegiate A. A. A. A will
recommend at the annual meeting of the
olleglate sports governing body next
month the suggesUon of Coach Billy
Qulnn. or Harvard, to increase the ham
mer Id weight from stxteen pounds to
twenty-one pounds, and to reduce the
length of the handle from four feet to
When Mr. Sullhan was apprised of
these facts, he declared in no uncertain
terms that there Is no need of changing
the rules. Several others, prominent
among whom Is James Sarsfleld MItchel.
the veteran hammer thrower, also disap
proved of the L C. A. A. A. A.'s plan
to Interfere with tho hammer.
Mr. Sullivan said:
"From a careful study of hammer
throwing in all Its angles. I can see
no reason why the weight of the mis
sile or the length of the handle
should be changed. 1 recognize that
changes In the rules should be made
for the purpose, of better safeguarding
the spectators, but that purpose can
be" accomplished In a less drastic way
than is proposed by the executive com
mittee. The present style of American ham
mer throwing now Is In vogue nearly
all over the world. It was ten years
before the English accepted the Amer
Now, as far as safeguarding the spec
tators is concerned, it can just as Well
be accomplished In the following way as
It can by the radical changes advocated
by Billy Quinn: I would propose that In
all hammer-thrccVing competitions the
hammer should be thrown from a circle
surrounded by a stout wire. netUng or
cage open at one end. through which the
missile must be thrown. This system
has been tried at Travers Island, and
other places with success.
As a further precaution a rule should
be made that the hammer must be
thrown Inside a certain arc and that
any throw outside of such arc should be
Ninety per cent of .the accidents
through hammer throwing have resulted
from the carelessness or foolhardiness of
those who were hit by the missile. If
rules establishing a hammer-throwing
cage 'and the laying" down of foul lines
are put through,, it will do away with all
M. A. C. BEATEN
Kendall Green Five Hands the
Maryland A&gies 19 to
CONTEST IS VERY FAST
Farmers Lead at End of First Half, 9
to 8, but the Pace Tells on
In one of the most hotly contested
basket-ball games seen In tho Kendall
Green gymnasium for some time, Gallau
det College defeated the live from Mary
land Agricultural College yesterday, I
The score Is about proportionate to the
strength of the two quints. Gallaudet.
while not playing above par, put up n
great game. On the other hand, the
Farmers did exceptionally well, consid
ering the fact that they have not had
The Farmers led at the end of the first
half by the narrow margin of one point
0 to S. Beforo the tecond halt was
long under way, Gallaudet tied the score
on a goal from the foul lino.
Galloudet won the game by virtue of
Its better playing. Cleer passing, drib
bling, and team work was in evidence.
While the College Park team was not
poor in any one of these departments,
it was unable to come up with the all
round superiority of Gallaudet..
Rasmussen and Classen starred for
Gallaudet. while Morris and Shipley did
the best work for the Farmers. Line-up
M A. C.
role. I. r
naudrls. R F,
Horn L. il.
Dir. E. G
lUodfK Roctvrtl far
naasns. U G
wnan. u. u.
nnzhes, FolU for Keckr. t'auciKr for Folti. Goals
from llrtd-Colo (!), Morris. Tull O, Umbos,
noctwrtl (3. FolU Batustc, daswn ra Freo
toaan Dunaa O, Claaaen (3). Jlouta, Cole. Time
of hslTes-3 mloutes. Ilefme Sir llsas. Time
krn "Corlj" Bjrd and Mr, Johnson.
YANKS AND GIANTS
USE POLO GROUNDS
Deal Pnt Through Whereby Major
League Baseball Has One Home
in New York.
ScUl to The Usshuxton Henld.
New York, Jan. 2. Announcement was
mado late this afternoon that the Giants
and the Yankees would Jointly occupy
the Polo Grounds during the playing
season of 191X
Representatives of both baseball teams
and attorneys for the Lynch estate,
which owns the Polo Grounds, met to
day In tho office of the New York base
ball club and completed the arrange
ments whereby the two teams t 111 play
on the National League club's grounds.
The teams of the contract entered Into
by the Interested parties were not made
ST. PATRICK'S WIN.
Defeat Rouags High School Qulo
In Good Game, S3 to 14.
Patrick's Hitch School defeated i
Georgetown High School In a well plaj ed
to 14 The feature of the game was the
Dialing of Daly and MeKenna for bt.
Patrick's, uhlle Mutaugh starred for
Gonzaga. Line-up and summarj
ST. I'ATBICK'S. OOXZAOA
' SSHj,!?' r F
llsrdeo, H, T
Tlrae. U. ft Hnrlniti. R. U
Goals-MtKran (1). Solliran (3. Pair (I), ThuK,
SMr-ltr. Mitstudi (3. Marsden ft. Holism. Goals
from fonls-McKenna. Jlertauih til. Itffert-Mr.
All teams desiring games address Paul
Shipley. Araondale. Md
The Good Shepherd basket-ball team
would like to arrange a game with the
Aloysius club for next, Tuesday night,
game to be plaed In the Aloysius Gm-
naslum. Manager C. A Swan. Jr.. can
be reached at lO Eighth Street North
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announcements it is ONE of the TWO (only two)
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Autos painted. 312.50 and on.
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receipt of 11. Full parhcclars mailed on reonest.
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PRACTICE LIMITED TO HEX.
Thlrtr vears' practice, treatlna- tho
Stomach. Bowels, and Nervous Condi
tions: LlVer, Kidney, Bladder. Blood,
and Skin trouble.
"eoa" Xeo-Salversan Administered.
Consultation free. Medicines fur
nished: charges low. Hours: 9:30 to 1.
and - toS. Closed Sundays.
TS 13th St.
DR. BALDiS Gennai SptctalU!
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On the nervous svatexn. blood, and
stomach. Doctor's servlca and modidno,
:. Hours. 10 ta . Fhono M. 3(10.
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Cornell he was an expert football alajror
and a 5ir UckM