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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1913.
Griff Considers Gandil Better First-Sacker Than Mclnnes
Griff Is Satisfied with Chick,
Despite Stufiy's Higher
OTHER SPORTING GOSSIP
Breakers Ahead for Detroit Tigers
if Ty Cobb Is Signed for
EIVAI STABS COMPABED.
G. AD. 11. II. Pet.
Blelnnen.... IKS 568 83 1S6 .327
Gandil 117 443 50 135 .305
G. P.O. A. Ii. Pet.
Gandil 117 1.100 OS IS .890
Mclnnca.. 153 1,333 100 57 .984
By WILLIAM I'EET.
' 'Stuffy' Mclnnes, of the Athletics ii
easily the best first sacker in the Ameri
can League, barring possibly Hal Chase,
and last svason he played much better
'jail than the Peerless Hal."
The foregoing statement, published re
cently m an Eastern newspaper by a
ell-known expert, got a good healthy
rise" out of Clark Griffith yesterday.
mid, incident!, opens up a channel for
Monty of arguments pro and con.
There is no discounting the fact that
Mclnnes is a grand little ballplaier and
i great first baseman, but is he a better
il'-around man than GandllT
Itatting averages show that Jlclmics
hit better thjn our own Chick, but the
'.ist named put It all oer Stuffy in fleld
ng Mclnnes links Gandll's reach, and
is no where near Chick's -qual when It
-omes to digging the ball out of the dirt
-in low throwns.
Clark Griffith himself says, "t)h. es,
1 admit that Mclnnes is a great first
tuseman. but if it came) to a show-down
nd I liad my choice. I would grab Chick
Gandil s timely batting last season won
many games for the Nationals. In a
pinch, Gandil probably came through
more often than did Mclnnes.
There is really little to choose between
the pair, but if Gandil puts up the game
This season in evidence last summer,
capital fans will be perfectly satisfied.
George Tidden in Capital.
George Tidden, one of the oldest and
tnst known baseball writers in New
loifc a member of the New York World
staff, is in Washington for a brief visit.
In speaking of Frank Chance and the
HmhUiiders. Jlr. Tidden says:
I don't know what salary Farrell is
paiing Chance. In fact none of the
it wspaper men Know, but no matter
w hat the amount happens to be. Chance
is worth eery cent He will give New
ork a winner before he has been on
tb job many jears and I should not.be
surprised if the Highlanders finished
near the top of the second division this
Vicx)rdinc to Mr Tidden. the High
1 -ders will be a gtrat drawing card
nder Chance, especially in New York,
.in the Polo Grounds where the club will
pla Its games, is much easier of access
han was the old park way out In
Harmony and the Tigers.
If the report published yesterdav that
'inner Frank Nain, of the Detroit
""igers. had capitulated and agreed upon
the demands of T Cobb for a salary of
i;,eoo a year, there is little chance for
liarmonj In the ranks of the Detroit ball
ib this season and Manager Jennings
will have his work cut out for him to
eep peace In the family.
It Is said that Owner Nain is turning
Sown all requests for salary increases
made by other plaers on his pay roll
in order that the club can meet the de
mands of Cobb. Just imagine what this
cfTect will have on the team as a whole,
providing, of course, the report is true,
which we very much doubt, as Owner
N'avin has stated right along that he
would not submit to exorbitant salary
demands from his star, and Navin is too
shrewd a business man to turn down
reasonable requests for more money
made by players who deserve increases.
Joe Jackson to Leave lis.
Joe E. Jackson, sporting editor, of the
Post since 1910, and president of the
Baseball Writers Association, handed in
his resignation last Monday and leaves
in a few days to become sporting; editor
of The Detroit News-Tribune.
Mr. Jackson is one of the ablest base
ball writers in the country. During bis
stay in Washington he made a host of
friends, who will wish him the best of
Mr Jackson came here from Detroit,
where he still enjoys great popularity.
His friends in Washington aU hate to
see him leave. Good luck, Joe, old boy.
DID NOT GET BONUS.
Hank O'Day Snyn He AVa. Promised
91,000 liy Ited.
Chicago, Feb. 4. Hank O'Day, former
manager of the Cincinnati Reds, who
will umpire in the American League this
season, claims he was promise? a bonus
of J1.000 by Garry Hermann, owner qf
tbo club, if the Heds finished In the first
.division. Iney did, but O'Day hasn't
seen the check and be is wondering if
he'll get it.
Overall May Play Acaln.
Los Angeles, Feb. A Orvle Overall
Hays ho may get back into organized
baseball, but only with an Ironclad con
tract that will assure him staving in
the majors. "I like Johnny Evers," said
Overall to-day. "and have no objection to
playing" on his club. If I go back to
the Cubs I want to be sure of my
ground. They might send me oft to
Louisville or to the Philadelphia club
and -I don't want any of that."
New York, Feb. 4. Among the contest
ants In the chess tournament here are
Tenenwurzel Jafa, Kuchik, Janowski,
Chajes, Stapfer, Zapoleon. Capablanca,
Liebensteln and Rubinstein. Capablanca
Is leading with ten victories and one
Not After a Trade.
Chicago, Feb. 4. Manager Callahan, of
the Chicago White Sox. to-day denied
that he planned to trade Harry Lord to
the New York Americans, but admitted
that he expected to meet Manager
Chance within the next week and that
''trade talks might take place.''
ATLANTIC CITY POLO
TEAM TO PLAY HERE
Will Meet Fast Washington Quint To
night and To-morrow
The Atlantic City roller polo team will
play here to-night and to-morrow night
at the Arcade meeting the crack local
aggregation both nights.
Manager Whiting, of the local quint.
is continent of winning both games, ana
will nut his. strongest team on the floor.
The game to-night will start promptly
at S o'clock with Sir. Hough, or Prince
ton, as the official referee.
TO GOLD OF 0PHIR
One Favorite Comes Home in Front
at Old Juarez Talent
Juarez. Jlaxlco, Feb. 4. Galene Gale
was the only pronounced first choice to
score this afetrnoon, and the bookmakers
had much the best of It. The purse race
at six furlongs, the days feature,
brought out a good field of sprinters and
resulted in a. victory for Gold of Ophlr,
owned by L. P. Doerhoerfer. Kootenay,
the favorite, was second, and Lack Rosa
Blaze, winner of the first race, fur
nished a genuine surprise when he rolled
home in the lead with as good as 30 to
1 against his chance. Horicon. the fa
vorite, left the barrier slowly and never
was a contender.
Orlmar Lad, a long shot, won the fifth
In a driving finish with Azurea and
IinST HACE-Sti furlonr". Blare B . BIL
wou. ittko Van Zandt. C to 1. mood, Esran. 8 to
1. thinL Tune, Uti Vino, CM Widow, Tom
t Gar, Pair Louise, 13 Toro. and Horicon also
SECOND EACE-Ono mile. Talma, 7 to i m;
Fljtcc 9 to 5. second; Mifer Grain. 5 to 1. third.
Time, lal Free- Will, Sadie bhapiro. Transparent,
and Koral Dixon alao ran.
TIIIItD IIACE-Six fnrlooo Galeae Gale, 4 to
1 won; Ruth Esther, a to 1. second; Natua Ron,
13 to 1, third. Tune, 1JIJ-5 InqntcU. Mafia
II. Ladr oimz. Recover. Meada. Ronnie Hani.
loc Allen. Commendation, and Rio Pecos alao ran.
FOURTH RACK-Sn fnrloiirs. Gold of Ophlr.
9 to 2. won; Kootena), 6 to 2, second; Lade Rose,
5 to I, third. Time, 1 13 1-5. Insurance Man. Cock
srsjr Winterrreen. Furiosi;, and Gcorce Oxnard
FIFTH RACE-.-U lurlcnxs. umnnr J.ad. C to
1. won, Azurea. S to 1, second, olscl. 1 to 1.
third Time. 1J3M Ardflen, Cordis F.. Sankj.
Kreliru. Charier. Milt Joura, Faneuil Hall, and
Clint Tucker alsu ran.
SIXTH RACE-One mile Calcthumnun G to
1. won; Acumen, t la L second: Cantem, 7 to S.
third. Time, 1:3 55. Itojal Dollj. W Unite. Ladl
Willie. Gin, Jack Ellis, and Gelico also ran.
FIRST ItACE-Four-jear-oWs and upward. Sre
and one-half fariocss. Arsonaut. 106 (Obert), 7 io U
won. Silicic, 109 (Dauer), 10 to J, second; Ganant, 112
(MoEZran), ID to 1. third. Time, 1315-5. Sergeant
Kirk, Mon Ami, Euna. end Jack Xunnallr also ran.
SECOND RACE-Matden three and four rear-olds;
six furious. Kinmundr. 136 (MnscrXTe), 3 to 1, wnn;
bjcteet. 105 (MclnUTe). 5 to 1, second, Dostran, 105
IDoTondo). 5 to 1, third. Time, 1HS. Lsdj Hannah,
Anna Claire Merry Chase, Sweet Ties. R. H. Grar.
Cliff Top, Old Hand, Moiran Wilson, and Benedict
THIRD RACE Tbrre-jearolcVi and upward: six
and ooe-half furlongs. Font. K6 (Mnacrarel, 1 to 3.
won. Stairs. 107 (Martini, 3) to 1. second: Heretic.
106 (Mclntjre). 6 to 1. third. Time. 125 15. Miss
Jonah, T Powers, Grecian Bend, Sam Barber, and
Pretend alvi ran.
FOURTH RACE Three-rear-oWa and upward; six
fnrlonzs. Lord Wells. 107 (Hanorerl. to 1. won;
Chrmulno. 109 (Mention), errs, econd: Fiel.
(Martin), S to 1. third. Time. llTx. Pink Ladr.
WitlM. Gcldr, Bondkin, and Lawton sirjina also
FIITH RACE Three-jear-okli: six furlonrs. Dip
per. 57 (Montour). 5 to 1. won; Cheer Ur 104 (Bux
ton). 6 to 1. second; RoseUrrz IV. S3 (StairshsU to
I. third. Tune, I2!S. Thetis. Blltxcn, jr.. OuUan.
Monkey. Edna Collins, Dance Away, and B1U7 Yan
dcrreer also ran.
SIXTH RACE Three-jearolds and upward, sell.
in; six furloncs. Henrr Hutchinson, HI (Frasch),
5 to 1. won; Anccu. 33 (Snider), 7 to 1. second; Qnes
ticn Mark. 107 (Butwell). II to 5. third. Time, 1:15.
Incmon, Semi Ouaier. nd Mick B. Euhenks aLu
RACING CARDS FOR TO-DAY.
FIRST RACE Two-jear-oldi ; isirse 5X0, maiden
fillies. oneKiuartcr mile
Ortrante 11(1 Rnby n;ami
111 I Hi.. Waters.
Dotl Vaters. lit 1 Rumtnsce Ill
hKCON'D RACE-Three-iear-olds and upward,
rsme S3X1: seUinc. fire furloncs.
Ma Salame no 1 Vitey lis
Mrian H ) Silsa Grurao. IK
houthem Shore SS I Kthel x tlmme 107
FatheTrlla 105 I Clem BeacJir.
Ite Qneen- 102 Jack Nunnallr. WJ
Queen Bee. 103 I
THIRD RACE-Three-Tear-oldj; part ; acll
in;, one mile.
Fasces... .. .... .. S3. 1 Armor 1M
Mattie. L. ts ;arrma. 103
ITettr Jtollr 93 I Continental.- 107
Ella Crane' 93 I
FOURTH RACE Tbo Columbia Sellmr. SUkes:
S1.000 guaranteed: thrce-ycir-olds and upward; one
and one-eichth miles.
Jacqoxiina. 93 I Donald Maedonald... 03
ITont. 106 I EffcndJ 109
Lcamtnoe.... ... IX
riFrn RACE Three-rear-oldj and upward; purse
K ( Fotjctu...
104 Toby W- .
Stealawar- 103 J Thro Cook 115
Sheriff Gnienlnser... 103 Camel m
SIXTH RACE Four ycar-olda and upward; purse
3X0: reHtai; one mile.
TAckT Georse 91 I Spellbound 107
rendant.... ......... t9 ( llaldcman H lot
Rinsse. 103 1 Towton Field 119
Irish Eld MS Lawton Wiggins 113
Ar?rrntiee allowance claimed.
Old Gotch ....
Ah llis SI
Sam Bernard".. M0
S. V. llowt
Unknot. ... las
tXs,iel a.... ............ J05
Uirre-jTwr-olds and op
ward; Use and one-half furlongs.
FOUItTH nAC&-Thrre-rearolds; six froloriss.
Idle Tale I HoMrr. . IK
Kira sa I PanzaretU.. ........... Ill
Troll-. wlEl 1'alomar. Hi
Gordon Rnssell...... 103 1
FIFTH P.ACE Fonr-rcar-otda and upward; one
Ralena Gale.. ....... 96 I Laxnbertba.. ........... 103
Beatrice fiouU'...... 58 1 L. II. Ecxert......... I0S
Adolantr-....r........ 103 I ' W. Kennoo....... 103
Helen Scott 10S Wicket... 10S
frcx. 103 I Ben Uncas ....... 10j
Qnlck Tnp. MB I
SIXnt R.1CE Three-jearoldj and upward; Are
and one-half forloccs.
Kllzabeth Harwood. 38 I'TbitternsH -.... KS
Miss Jesn.......... 102 1 Ielaner.....H.
Apprentice aUowanes dauned.
Zybszko Wins Acaln.
Seattle, Wash., Feb. 4. In one of the
fastest wrestling 'bouts even seen on
tho Paci -o coasL Zabszko, tho giant
Pole, defeated Polly Grimm, the ama
teur heavy-weight wrestling champion,
in straight fals.
Johnny Prict, the Wtihiniton bor. vh9 vill be
triM out iCiln vitta the Nv York Ytckevf, bu
brcn notlflrd to be In Gotham in time to Urt for
Bennnda March L
Tivmorpow ctcbJcs the Jlldnljbt Crew will bid
urcwtll to one of 1U cbartrr mnnbrTi.
-Charles (U. S.'A. Both ht composed a new
nc called The Gold Ehut Tuini." but Chxrlfj
dota the wort and the staff la sure to clean htl
Here's & new one. Umpires In the Northwestern
LregTM are holdinc out on Fielder Jones. Iaupne
an umpire wtth the nerre to ask for mere pay.
Accordlne to the dope, Ilal Chaae will be field
captain of the New York Highlanders this cctnloff
-Just the same, ther cannot deny that Jim
Thorpe won those trophies on his own merit, ercn
IT they bare tatrn the prises away from, him,
Frank Chance threatens to close Morphyw trap.
JesM Wlllard. we an told, has barred colored
flfihters. It's not at all querr that the mind of
tlie yoonK white hope tarns to drawinc the color
Una when he coatempUtrs such UmpbUek stadles
as Sam Lancford, Jack Johnson, Joe Jeannctte, and
If anj body waots to know how to run a tipe-
writer. ask yonnc Mr. Jarbo, who works for ben
The proiosed chance In the amateur commission
has been .erected with open arms by the majority
of ths leasme officials. There are always a few who
St. Louis U coins; to fall for a six-day bike race.
This is net at all surprising for a city which wflj
stand for the Browns.
EVANS MAY PRESENT
CUP TO AMATEURS
"Honey Boy" Likely to GiVe Local
Sandlot Champion Hand
George "Honey Boy" Evans, the peren
nial minstrel favorite, will award a. cupto
the champion amateur team ofAVashlnston
It a campaign now on foot with this aim
In view spells success as its consumma
tion. SportinjF editors of Washington, all of
whom are most friendly to the embry
onic bls-Icaguers. are responsible for this
plan to have the happy "Honey Boy" add
to the number of trophies ho has given
in the past for ballplayers by remember
ing: the jounscr bunch of "wallopers of
the willow" who now are gracing the
diamond hereabcut. ,
A committee of local war correspond
ents will mako it their business to be
"among those present" society vernacu
lar In the dressing room of the, dlmln-
utlve paragon of minstrelsy when he and
his monopoly of blackface celebrities ap
pear at the Columbia Theater next week.
They will enter into earnest conversation
with him in behalf of these young leas
uer. Uctwcen his applications of the
burnt cork preparation they will. explain
to him the benefit both he and the youth
ful balp'acrs will dtrhe from the nang
Inc up of such a trophy
The penchant of the "Honey Boy" Is
the giving of cups to ballplayers. Five
years ago, in 190S. he hung up his first
trophy for the batting1 champion of the
world. The Initial year it became the
property of John "Honus" Wagner, the
stellar shortstop of the Pittsburgh "Pi
rates." Four times since this, number
of prizes have been captured by Ty Cobb,
or the Detroit American league team.
The generosity of the "Honey Boy"
In the giving of cups has not been con
nned this year to the major leagues.
Trophies of this nature are now the
property of Danny Kerwin and "Looey"
Blerbauer, champion batsmen, respec-
tUebr. of the Three I and Canadian
leagues. In the spring the happy "Honey
Ecy will give a cup to the leading Dats-
man of the Pacific Coast League. Next
car the champion ewatsman of the
Southern League will be able to dTcor-
nte his mantle with a prize of this kind.
S0CCEK GAME BOOKED.
Local and Baltimore Sons of St.
Georse to Play Sunday.
There will bo an Interesting soccer
game next Sunday between the local
team and the Baltimore Sons of St.
George These teams have met four
times this season and the locals nave
been defeated eac) time, but Capt. SIc
Glnty will make a big effort to win and
will turn out the strongest team of the
season. The game starts at :J0 p. m.
Line-up. Goal. Steadman; rv b.. Wright;
1. b. A. Foster; r. h. b., Hampton, c.
ii. b.. McGlnty: 1. h. b.. Morton; o. r.
Urlggs; L r.. Cowan; c f.. Brown; i.'l.,
Klukc; o. L. Foster.
HUGB3E JOINS Y. M. C. A.
Jennlncm Tnliea Ont Membership In
'Eh-yah" Hughey Jennimm. who works
at being manager of the Detroit Tigers
and does a vaudeillle turn in his hours
of case, took cut a membership in tho
Young Sten's Christian Association yes
terday, while in town liughle will put
In his spare time on the Y. M. C. A.
"I'm strong for the Y. It. C. A." Mr.
Jcnninss said yesterday as he signed the
application blank. "For years I've been
a member of the Y. JL C A. In my home
town of Scrar.ton, but last summer the
membership expired whl'.e I wasn't look
ing. I want to renew it now, because it's
the best asset a man on the road can
WILLIAMS THE VICTOR.
Defeat Ednrard Kllleen In South
ern PocLet Billiards Tourney.
Karl Williams was ictorious over Ed
ward Kllleen last night In the special
pool tourney being held at the Southern
Club, score 1C0 to TO. Kllleen took tho lead
at the start, but 'Williams soon fattened
his total and had little trouble disposing
of his opponent The match was interest
ing throughout,, and was witnessed by a
goodly number of pool fans. The loser
had a high run of , while Williams hung
up a high mark of
All are Invited to witness tho 100-point
match scheduled to be played between
Frank Carmlchacl and Samuel Sond
helmer. Sweeney Wants to TVork.
New York, Feb. 4 Ed Sweeney, the
big back-stop of tho New York Ameri
cans, to-day sent word to Manager
Chance that he wants to catch every
game this season.
Good Sheparda Win.
Th Good Shepherd basket-ball team de
defeated the R. R. Y. M. C A. quint last
night 'by a score of S3 to !. '
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Georjetown Qaiat Was Great Game
of Basket-ball by 0e- N
The Georgetown Collegians defeated the
Epiphany quint last nignt In its own
gymnasium In one of the hardest foutt
games of the season, the final score los
ing S) to 2J.
Shugrue and Stfausburg were the stars
of the evening, the fdrjner shooting four
bukets and five free tosses, while the
latter registered IS points for the losers.
Line-up and summary:
(Tisse, U F.. Shut-roe, L -F.
lcHale, R. F. Curr. K. K.
Hlnmburc. C Mrmaa. C.
ttbeen. I- G. Iarr. U .
IHioo, It. G. Ucrrisoa It. G.
Uoajs-Cbaw CI. btrsasburf l). Khnsru (II,
Ourr (i). licrrUon (1) On.li from fools-McIIale
((), Strsusbun (Z. rShUTut (3). litfcrec-Mr.
llaas. Tim of halrea31 minutes.
TEIUIIXAL T. If. C A. LCAQnE.
SWtlon No. L Station Xo. J,
"cod a .. .. Rpips.. ....... io il a
IJattoQ T .. .. Keara. 81 S3 JT
Thunraoa.. 110 S3 M Jliller $S 101 M
fhew. l C m ltllains... 1 m ill
Vkood 3 Tl Allen.... . 1 M III
Thompse4i.. .. M ..
WinfleW Tl S3 TotsU ....IK IK 171
Totall,.... (S C (2
Glascnck.... S3 $ T Kontl II K N
Neritt... 1M 1 O'Brien N II M
Nebon. M VIZ 90 MUlord M III n
Ma-kman.... M3 117 n RteDdollar... SO M M
Kodeffrr.... so 109 M Carrick 101 a 103
Total) ro tn iu Touu ir iH tH
Benson 77 K 111
Bencherc... K K M
Kimti.., 101 97 97
llliiki.. ....... m n X
Totals tO iX C3 Totals 411 1SS IS!
UNITED STATES TRUST CGUI'AXT LEAGUE.
rnmsrfrania Are. I II 8treet.
Vlant-..... 97 t tl I tTorthlnston m 93 101
Breadr- .... 17 (3 94 1 FrsfcerZT..... S It II
Koerner. 104 I M Woelner. IS 79 X
Peacock IK 74 JC I Brooke 9t S3 T7
Balu 91 IN S j rardoe....... SI 111
Totals . 4M T W I Totals.. f (5 5
EncraTinz V rrintior
nomer VO 94 M
Rots. 55 M W
O'NeU. im 107
Totals..... OS 471. 48
ARCAOK DUCKPIS LEAGUE.
llolrrjcads. I Tjnmanosls.
I Ylr.M4t ins ITT IIS
KUMnr..... t9 . ..
Ijvidtr M 9!
Richardson.. IO 70 191
rVhhxUer.... 91 K
Obeen M IS 7
Totals 4H 438 47S
Totals 15 iX 547
TATEST EXAMIN'ERS' LEAGUE.
1st let si
IO 1H 133
IS 1(3 ltl
19 IO 14
is? rs it:
Giles........ IIS 150 13
Groter ..... 147 311 151
Griad!e... lt4sS lit
Daltlmorr and WashlnKton Y. f.
C. A. Track Trams to Claata.
Final trj'-outs for the track team whleh
the boj'S- department of the Washington
Young Men's Christian Association is to
send against the Y M. C. A. youngsters
of Baltimore will be run off to-day. It
was announced j-esterday by Gordon
Law, director of the boys' department.
The intercity meet will bo held Satur
There will be four basket-ball games
ami a series of nimmln events.
The list of entrants for the classes al
ready worked over ara:
Class A John Goetr. William Herron.
D. Pepper. S. Solomon. L. Green. C. Daw
son, H. Jumnlng. E. Held, Joseph Bald
win. K. Prato. C. Walson. C Lyons. H.
Allison. W. Jones, E. Dean. P. Ttodlcr,
and B. Miller.
Class B H. Miliard, TL Horton, II.
Hunt. R. Edmonston, C Calduell. and
Olympic Club Lewis Dreisenstock,
Frank Schumann. Porter Cross. Louts
Hubnltzki. Thomas Murray. Edwin
Blosk, Talfourd Taylor, and Sim Rob
bin. TO GRANT TT'S DEMANDS,
President rv'avln Will Give Cobb
1S,000, It Is Said.
San Francisco. Feb. L Ty Cobb, tho
great Detroit outfielder, will get the Jli,
0C0 salary he has demanded.
This information came to-day through
a letter received from President Navin,
of the Detroit club, by Oscar Vltt, the
Tigers' second sacker. Navin wrote Vltt
that he was satisfied with his work last
year, and would in ordinary have given
htm a raise In salary. The damand of
Cobb will be granted. Navin stated that
Cobb was the bulwark of the team and
that the club had to have him at any
MATCH GAME TO-NIGHT.
Campbell and Williams Play Pocket
Billiards at Easle' Club.
George Campbell, one of the best pocket
billiard players of the District, and Earl
Williams will clash to-night in a 300
polnt game at the Eagles' Club. Camp
bell has been defeating some of the star
cue artists of the city lately, and is con
fident of defeating Williams to-nlghL An
invitation has been extended by the
Eagles to their many friends to witness
the match, which will start at S o'clock.
Capron Released by Plttsbnrsr.
Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. L Ralph
Capron. last season a member of the
Pittsburg National League baseball
team, has been released to SL Paul
American Association club. Capron.
whose home Is in Minneapolis, -received
his contract from SL Paul, together with
his release from Pittsburg to-night.
Capron, it Is said, has been sent to SL
Paul on the Marty O'Toole trade, the
Pittsburg club still owing SL Paul an
Abe Attell a Promoter.
New York, Feb. 4. Abe Attell, former
feather-weight champion. Is now a fight
promoter. He will do all the match
making In future for the Forty-fifth
Street Club, which has Just changed
Pirates to Steet.Soz.
Boston. Feb. 4. Arrangements were
concluded to-day for a nine game series
at Hot Springs, Ark., between the Pitts
burs Nationals and the Boston Red Sox.
The first garnc will be flayed March 1
Trl-Stnte Opens April' SO.
Philadelphia. Feb. L The Tri-State
League will open April 30 and close
Abolishing of the Commission
Will Elevate Sandlot
RADICAL CHANGE NEEDED
Board of Governor Only Salvation
for the Local Or
ganization. Manager Griffith's Idea.
"It you are going to have ama
teur ball, conduct It right; do
away with all that scrapping; I
saw last year, and get down to
business. Three men can handle
the affairs much better than a
dozen. CLARK GRIFFITIL"
liy C. W. SWA.V.
When the presidents of the various
amateur baseball leagues in the District
meet some tlmo this month and adopt
the changes in the constitution and rules
advocated by S. Edward Beach, amateur
baseball in this city will receive a big
boost. In fact, the biggest boost ever
given the game since the organization
of the amateur commission.
That this radical change, regarding the
abolishing of the commission and vesting
all the power In the board of governors
will be adopted by the members of the
commission at this meeting is practically
assured. Several of the leading lights
In sand lot baseball were questioned yes
terday as to their stand in the matter,
and all replied faorab!y.
This change wilt put amateur baseball
on a much higher plane than the one
which it holds at the present time. There
will be no more petty battles at a meet
ing of the commission; there will be no
more "lobbying:" this favoritism will be
set aside and the officials will be able to
keep their heads above water for a little
while, at least.
It is true that a new code of rules
were drafted last year, but they were
not kept. One rule, supposed to be the
strongest in the constitution, regards
the return of the men who have played
professional baseball after June L
This rule was broken repeatedly by
the commission last 3 car. Any old ball
player at all, who had been let out by
a minor league club, could come home,
apply for reinstatement, and it would be
granted him at once And yet there are
several members of the commission who
will not vote for tho proposed change In
the constitution and by-Isws.
The entire matter can be sumed up
as follows: Three men will now control
amateur baseball, where It was left to
ten or fifteen In the past three men
who will do the work of a dozen. No
more' battles at a commission meeting;
no favoritism shown any one. and last,
but not least, no ball players reinstated
who return to the District after June 1.
It is up to the members of the com
mission to adopt or reject this change,
and while two or three may not see
their way clear to give up the glory
for the time being, when ths meeting
is held, it will more than likely be tne
scene of the passing away of ts
amaeur commission, and the formation
of the Association of Amateur Baseball
Clubs of the District of Columbia.
.Snnday School Leasoe Meet.
A meeting of the Sunday School
League was held last night at the resi
dence of Its president. W. O. Cornelius,
1303 Sixth Street NorthwesL Four clubs
were granted franchises, namely. Sher
wood. Nativity. Lincoln Avenue, and
North Carolina. When seen last night
President Cornelius stated that a
new playin field has been se
cured for the league this year,
and that the 1913 season will be
tho best ever of a Sunday School League
In this city.
When questioned regarding tho propos
ed change in the constitution. President
Cornelius said: "I think that the three
man rule will be a good thing for
amateur baseball, but I think that none
of these men should be connected with
baseball in any way whatsoever, as a
member of a league or sporting associa
tion of any kind.
"Last year we had a lot of needless
arguments, and with this new rule in
vogue, a lot of that will be dispensed
with, but I would like to see three men.
not interested In any league or house
handle the affairs of the amateurs." con
tinued the Sunday School League official.
Tram Trophy Offered.
Prof. Joyce, .of the Carroll Institute
track team, stated last night that a
Iiandsome sll.'er loving cup will bo given
to the team cr college scoring the most
number of points In the Carroll Institute
ten-mile marathon here Februjry S.
As the event Is sanctioned by the A. A.
U.. it is understood that many of our
leading runners will enter. Johnny Gal
lagher, the Georgetown star, will more
than likely be one of the starters, while,
a team of ten mon from Carroll Institute
will face the starter on George Wash
Cnp for Amateur.
George "Honey Boy" Evans, of min
strel fame, may give a silver lovllng cup
as an additional prize to the team win
ning the amateur championship of the
Dlstrict-thla season. A wire was received
stating that Evans has the matter under
consideration, and that as soon as lie
reached this cltv next week he would
make known his decision.
Tho "Honey Boy" has given several
cups to the leading tatters in tho dif
ferent leagues, but this will be tho first
one offered to an amateur club or league.
The local sandlotters can count on re
ceiving a handscme prlzo should Evans
decide to add a cup to the banner now
given as a trophy.
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