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days have passed, he shall be a free
That a major leaguer of 10 years'
service shall be given his uncondi
tional release if no team in the
majors desires him.
That when waiver is asked, it may
not be withdrawn.
The refusal of the commission to
receive Fultz, chosen head of the
major league and some minor league
players, as their representative, will
probably act as .a boomerang. Already
some wise head has awakened the
commission to Herrmann's "bull"
and the announcement has been
promulgated that Fultz would be re
ceived with a committee of players.
KJk I NATIONAL J
The leading figures in baseball's biggest controversy; above, Carry
Herrmanrl, Ban Johnson and Tom Lynch, the National Commission; below,
President Fultz of the Players' Fraternity.
An old sailor was complaining that
he was a little deaf in his left ear.
"Well," responded his, 'chum, "you're,
no longer young, you know, and "
"Ik's not mv aee ." interninted t.hft old
sailor; "my right ear's as old as the
left one, and I can hear all rieht in.