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or, as Ban f eels it helps the American
to smear discredit over the "National.
Murphy made a big success, of
baseball finance. To do so he had
to shoulder 'aside many men. Nat
urally enemies were made in doing
so and this accounts for a large
measure of Murphy's unpopularity.
It is said Ban Johnson wanted
stock' in the Cubs when Murphy ob
tained control of the club in 190C.
Charles Webb couldn't see the A. L.
executive, in spite of his heft, and
that also peeved Johnson.
If these accusations continue the
fans, the men who pay the freight,
I $S1l i2TZ
Before a crowd of approximately
70,000 persons Harvard gave Yale a
crushing defeat at the new Yale bowl.
The picture shows Hardwick of Har
vard getting away for a 15-yard gain
before being tackled by Knowles of
will learn a lot about the political
clicking of the baseball machine. And
some of the lfly white gents who
long have worn a righteous expres
sion may lose some of their alleged
Hereabouts the rumor factory has
been working overtime, shimting
athletes of various teams to alien
lands and to the Federal League