five pec cent of the club earnings.
This offer is sure to bring the P.
L. qut of his temporary retire
ment Tinker was the happiest guy in
Chicago today. Joe said he, would
have -stood by his guns and re
fused to play .ball if he had not
been, traded to Cincinnati. His
ainbjtion is tti have the Reds beat
Chicago coit in next year's, raqe.
And a good many fans will pull
Wait until Chance brings his
Yanks. the South Side. Then
watch Qcmiiskey outcfraw. Mur
phy in attendance.
The bell at the sixth round
saved Charley Lejloux, French
feather champ, frdm a knockout
at the han,ds of Kid Williams in
Philadelphia. Williams had hjs
opponent in distress, after the
third round, landing two blows to
Hobie Baker, halfback, has
been elected captain of the 1913
Princeton football team.
Ad Wolgast and his manager,
Tom- Jones, lost over $5,dt0 oh
Jim Flynn when the latter was
defeated by Luther McCarty.
. -Billy Nolan, manager of Willie
Ritchie, the new lightweight
champ, today said his oharge
would not fight again until $Tay.
Ad Wolgast will be givenfirst
crack at the crown. -
"Irori Man" Joe McGinnity,
'formerly the mainstay of the
Giants, lately owner of the New
ark club, has taken tverthe Ta-'
coma club of the Northwestern
The American League pracfi-
cally completed if s .usual peaceful
sessions yesterday. The pennant
was awarded to the Red Sox.
Owner McAleer stood the shock
well. Charley Sdmers of Cleve-
land was re-elected vice president.
No one knows why the league has
such an office, Sqmers, Gomisk,ey,
Farrell and McAleer wergelected
directors for the coming yea,r. t
The only business of1 impor
tance transacfedat the National
meeting was the TinKfer trade,
and that was outside the league
Jack Dillon., wona decision
over Gus CftrMtefter six rounds
of fiercenffiKrig in Indianapolis.
Christie was' strong in the fourth
and fifth rounds, but nearly took
the count from Dillon in sixth.
Al Palzer has begun training
for his match with Luther "Mc
Carty in Los Angeles New Year's
day, Palzer is not superstitious.
He IS using the same training
quarters occupied by Flynn.
SOLDD2RS RfeADY -
Shady Side, . J., Dec, 12,
Deputy sheriffs armed with re
peating rifles and automatic pis
tols are patrolling the Palisades
and Hudson river wharves today.
There was a battle between
striking- lightermen and strike
breakers yesterday. Que man
was killed! six injured.
Soldiers are held in North Jer
sey at th$ orders of the sheriff of
Bergen county ready for strike
duty at a mom'eht's notice.
The tnen want 25 cents an hour
lor unloading , coaU They have
beerf getting 22 cents,
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