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Seaton was to go to the bread line,
must be carried out. y
There will be no ladies day on the
West Side this summer unless there
is a change in the lawjaf the Natilonal
League. A few days "ago President
Thomas, announced the compliment
ary feature for the frails, but Presi
dent Tener wrote him that a rule
adopted by the league in 1909 declar
ed against such features.
Thomas replied that it would be
necessary for his club to have a
ladies' day if he was to compete with
the other leagues in Chicago and has
appealed to Tener for the repeal of
Rain kept the Cubs and Chifeds
from actual warfare in their respect
ive training camps yesterday, but
there was no rest for the toiling ath
letes. At Louisville O'Day sent the bat
tery men through some stiff work in
an armory. The other players stayed
at the hotel. When the team splits in
to two squads Art Phelan will be sent
out as boss of the seconds. He will be
given the recruit infielders and some
rookies, catchers, pitchers and gar
deners. Tinker kept his men in shape by.
staging some foot races. Max Flack
showed the greatest speed, winning
all the sprints. Some of the heavy
men took off weight chasing tlies
batted by Manager Tinker.
Both Sox teams lost, the first being
beaten by Venice, 5 to 1, and the
seconds by Frisco, 3 'to 2.
The first squad was suffering from
the effects of a beefsteak and beer
dinner, and played dopey ball. House
was batted hard.
Fournier knocked a homer with
the seconds, and also a single.
Harry Smith is reported to have
resigned as manager of the Newark
International League team because
Ebbets, who owns both Brooklyn and
Newark, recalled Pitcher Dalton to
Policemen won last night' at the
Sportsmen's Club show, beating fire
men, electricians, and postoffice em
ployes. It was -uniform night. The
coppers counted 4 -3points to 21 for
the Western ' Electric -Co. Jimmy
Dineen won the..40ryard dash and
broad jump, but was disqualified in
the 220-yard dash for,, false starts.
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WILL PLAYERS .WEAR WHISKERS
Is the mustache doming back into
baseball? Graney, Blanding and
O'Neill of the Cleveland team .have
grown mustaches during the spring
training trip and have agreed not to
shave them off until after, the first
game of the season at least.
The mustache was part of the Na
tional pastime during the late eighties
and early nineties. Almost half the
players wore them. The last mus
tache in the major leagues was that
of Jawn Titus, who persisted in wear
ing it years after Bill Everitt, Jimmy
Ryan and others had chopped theirs.
George Wright and Harry .played in
whiskers, but few others have had
the bravery. The return of. the mus
tache will do. some good.
It would compel the photographers
around- thecircuits to throw away the
old plates and get up-to-date pictures
of the athletes.
Any time you doubt that old
maxim that in union there is
strength, try boiling cabbage and tur
nips together. Toledo B.lade.