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PIPP IS ONE OF LEADING FIRST BASEMEN
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Wallle PIpp Reaching for a Wide Throw.
When Wnlllc PIpp, first bnopinnti of tho Yankees, really cares to extend
htni'-elf, he can come c!om to renehlng Into tho pitcher's bo. He Im a bad
iitm on hot allots down tho line, for he uiintly spoils the perfectly good Inten
tions of the hatter.
ANSON MADE RECORDS
There ore two ninjor-loitnuo
records which haV stood for a
long number of years nnd give
exldenco of remaining on the
hooks for several more. Iloth
were made by A. C, Anson, for
mer manager, captain nnd Hist
biiM'tnnn of tho Chicago Nation
als. Anson played -- straight
ears with the Chicago team, tho
longest period of time that any
phior has ever been with tho
riainc club la a phi.lng capacity,
and he nlso managed tho team
for 10 years, another record.
HAILED AS WIZARD OF GAME
Ty Cobb Entering Fourteenth Year In
Baseball Is as Fit and Deter
mined as Ever.
The niune, Ty Cobb, needs no Intro
duction to any public. For yearn It
has been a name to conjure with, both
for tho boy li tho street and tho wor
shipful fan weltering In tho crowd
and heat of the bleacher. Kver sluce
Ills Introil i moii to hiiM hull In 1000 this
man lun i n. balled as the "wizard of
the dlniii n.i" and the record of his
baso m ,img feats mid all mound
work on iin diamond tcMlllcs to tho
lltnpss i.i i he title,
He i" -iihv entering hN fourteenth
year oi I imI.mI1 as lit and determined
as cm i to uphold his reiuiirkalile rec
ord, despm the Inimical gibes of tho
cnUuils imI uuspoithiuaillike looters
thut luiM' lien diieeted towuid him In
All hail in tho "Ceorgla Peach I"
VICTORY REFUSED BY BOXER
Young Conen of Boston, Protests De
cision in Hie Favor by Buenos
The minimi clrciiiuMnuip of a hn.er
(Iceland tin winner of a bout protest
ing agiiniM i lie decision In his favor
was whin '.il at Itueuos Aires recent
ly at tin i lose of a teu-iouud wsson
between M.mig Cohen of ItoMon, billed
iik feallii i weight champion of the
Anieileaii Xlaile Meet, and .lullo Perez,
fealherwi i. la (liamplou of Argentlmi.
The reitiie nt Hist gao tlui dudslou
to jounj. Ci.lieu, hut upon the hitter's
liiotcst ili.it lie was not entitled to
,t viLtor.x Hie ulllelal ilei hired the bout
i diaw mi, I, i lu els ;i(iin tho Argeii
ii it 1 it ii uml. i nit.
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BROWNS MAKE TRIPLE
PLAY IN UNIQUE WAY
History Will Have to Be Raked
Over to Find Its Equal.
Feat Is Usually Mado on Hot Liner or
on Capture of Fly Ball This One
Was Started on Sharply-Hlt
A triple play on a grounder may not
bo a new record, but history will have
to he considerably raited over to Had
Its equal. This play win mado by tho
llrowns In the lust giiino of tho series
last fall between St. Louts and the lied
Sox at 1'Ynwny park
Triple plays of any sort uro raro In
major league baseball. Once or twice
In a decade homebody makes an unas
sisted triple play and thus edges Into
baseball') hall of fame. Hut when
these plays do occur they are started
by the catch of a tly ball, usiinlly u
Hero Is how 'ho llrowns retired the
lied Sox; Hasten lllled tho buses with
nobody out uud Horbeit Pcnnnck clinic
to bat wMi a iluu chance to send In
some runs. Ho Is u left-hniid batter
and a fairly fast man. He hit a sharp
bounder that Austin speareil on the
llrst hound near third base. Jimmy
stepped on the hag for tho llrst out,
and whipped tho hall to fiedcon at sec
ond. So far, tho play was not extra
ordinary. Hut (ledeon got rid of the
bnll as If It burned him and bis throw
to llrst beat Pennock a couple of steps.
Quito naturally tho Huston tinnier
that hud been on third huso when the
ball was hit crossed the plate while his
toninniatos were being cut down
wholesale. Hut tills run didn't count.
GEORGES REVIVES OLD TRICK
French Fighter Imitates Bob Fltzolm-
mons and Stanley Ketchell in
Use of Shift.
Americans who have seen flenrges
Carpentler In action say that oao of
his best tricks Is a shift like that em
ployed by old-time knights of tho
padded mitt. Ho liite'utloually idIkmn
with one hand and then drives the
fiber through. Hob Fll.-liiiinons amt
Staniey Ketchell were tho most noted
exponents of tho shift. KHz won tho
heavyweight (haiuploiishlp irom Cor
belt -.'I imi- ugo with a left shift to
tho body. Ketchell won most of his
battles with a sh'tr, but he usually
dcllveied his blows for Hie Jaw,
Iowa Elect6 Annebcrg.
A. Aiiueherg, '-M. has been elected
team euptaln of tho UnlNcrslty of luwu
Hlimke Is the tallest mau on tho De
Mogrldgc Is not only left hnmled but
Is nlso left footed.
The Cleveland club has sold Pitcher
Jesse Petty to Indianapolis.
Pitcher Sit dor of the Senators bos
been dubbed "Catsup" by his mates.
Manager Cravath Is making good by
running a team entirely on his own
Hilly Southworth Is amassing a nice
record for stolen bilbos thus far this
Aaron Ward of tho Yankees hits a
bnll as hard as any young player In
tunny a day.
Mniuicl Cuelo, sold by Cincinnati to
Sc.ttlo, lias Joined .loo Hnrrls' temn nt
Heinle Schiiltz, who pitched for the
Toledo club several seasons, is now a
member of the Prowers.
New Yoik critics nro hinting nt a
reconciliation between John McGrnw
and Heinle Zimmerman.
Hlg crowds nt tho Western league
openers Indicate the Tearney class A
wheel is In for a good year.
The Phils nro u neatly uniformed
club a s.wnphony In light gray
stockings and caps to match.
Trls Speaker says Hick N'leliaiis will
do and that ho Is going to be just tho
southpaw the Cleveland team needs.
Catcher Telle and Inflehlor Slglln
of the Tigers have been released.
Yello goes to Krlsco and Slglln to Port
laud. Mayor, the rooklo Inflcliler New
Orleans took on from the New York
Giants, lias been transferred to Chatta
Sioux City releiced Catcher Johnny
Carr and Pitcher Paul Hrusky to lied-
Held of the South Dakota league, un
der option to recall.
Pitcher Tom Hughes, formerly n
member of tho Hostou Nationals, has
been signed by the Shreveport club of
the Texas league.
Dick Wade, tho Diiluth youngster
nnd former Mint leaguer, has been
nttrnctlug all sorts of attention In
Tho (limits may win tho Hag In tho
National league, as some of the Now
York critics predict, but they will have
a long wny to travel.
Ward coallnues to play n brilliant
game nt third base nnd bo Is stinging
the bnll bard. Most of his hits smoke
their way to tho outtleld.
Hery onco In n while John McGrnw
springs n player who Is tho real goods.
Looks as If he has uncovered another
north-while star In Pilscli.
Walter Small wood, a outhful hurler,
hns been turned over to 'JVrro Haute
by tho Hods. Mornn thinks enough of
him to keep a string attached.
St. Joseph's new llrst baseman,
Groth, comes from the Chicago Cubs.
His experience has been In Independ
ent baseball around Chicago.
Hilly Webb, Mini (stop, secured from
tho Pirates for the Akron club, Is
coming through as one of the Interna
tional league's leading slug&r.s.
Jack Letcher, pieshlrnt of tho West
?rn association, who lives In Tulsa,
nns given tho honor of pitching tho
first ball In thu opener at Tulsa.
Mike Kelley seems to hnvo dug up
a good one In Johnnj Overlook, tho
Chicago seinbpro, whoso debut was a
four-bit shutout against Kuiisns City.
Several candidates tiled for tho
thlriMmso position on the HroMiis, but
lho stnrt of the season showed old
reliable Jimmy Austin again on tho
Tho Kansas City club has signed
n pitcher named Wllfied Do Tonnon
court, who Is Just out of tho army and
before going Into sonko ployed beuil-
Sniinny Hale, Texas league recruit, J
Is showing so well with tbo Tigers
that Jennings Intends to glvo him a
full opportunity to iniiko good. Ho Is
an Inllelder, and prefers to play at
the hot comer.
SIX ROUNDS, HE SAYS
"Georges Carpentler may bo
able to last six rounds with Jack
l)cinps.ey, but ho lias no chnnco
to win," Johnny Gilfflths, Akron
welterweight, said after ids re
turn from mi Invasion of Europe.
In live lights. Uilllltbs won three
by knockouts, one by a decision
nad one draw.
TWO EUROPEAN FIGHT
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Georges Papln and Jules Lanaers.
Georges Pnpln's hopes for a warm reception from American boxing lovers
met with a cruel setback on his first appearance In this country. He met Lew
Tcndler, the second mun to tho champion of the llglitw eights, in a Jersey City
ring, and resigned In the sixth round.
The lhilsh came In curious fashion, as Papln went down from exhaustion
In tho sixth without being struck. Ho had plently of excuse, however, as ho
was iloored four times hi the llfth lound.
The Ficnchninn proved game, but will not measure up to tho American
standard of lighters. Ho Is a good receiver, and slips across little In return.
In picking Tcndler for his opening bout the fans claim he stnrtcd In nt the
wrong end of his bookings, oh Tcndler Is u real challenger for Denny Leonnrd's
When Papln arrived In this country bo was accompanied by Jules Ln
nners, Helglan middleweight champion and sparring partner for Georges Car
pentler. 'All three boxers are under tho managenient of Francois Deschnmps.
GAMBLING IN EARLY
YEARS OF BASEBALL
Intimately Identified With Game
in the Late Sixties.
Much Harm Was Done to Sport by
Progenitors of Present-Day Follow-
era of Race Track Through
Element of Chance.
Tbo old Cincinnati team was the pio
neer salaried club of baseball, though
there Is a conflict in authorities as to
the exact year In which tho team went
under salary, Edwin A. Goewey writes
ln Leslie's. In tho Spalding olliclnl
baseball guide the year is given as
1SGS, whllo Albeit G. Spalding, In hls
book of memoirs, "Haseball," gives
the year as 1801), and cites enough de
tail to make It evident that the latter
date Is correct. Any wny, It wns In
ISti'J Hint the Ited Stockings made their
phenomenal record. Tho olllclal rec
ords give SI games won, none lost, nnd
one tied with tho Haymakers of Troy,
N. Y. Thero Is no doubt about the tie
gamo and that no contests were lout,
but both Mr. Spalding and Harry
Wright, tho heads of the team, give
.1(1 as the total of games won.
From ancient baseball lore, particu
larly tho reminiscences of Mr. Spnld
Ing, who phi cd a leading rolo ifi put
ting the game on its feet, later saving
It from tho gambling mid commercial
element, and did much to populnrlzo
Ameiican sports generally, It Is gleaned
that gambling was Intiinntely Identi
fied with the gamo In tho late sixties,
much harm being dono to tho sport by
tho progenitors of tho present-day fol
lowers of tho racetracks and other
pi ces nffordlng opportunity for llnan
clnl gain through the element of
ENGLISH RELAY TEAM WINS
World's Record Is Broken By British
ers In Snatching Victory From
A remarkablo photo Is glve.1 here
with showing just how Stallard, of tho
English relay team, brought Idii team
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Stallard of English Relay Team
Crossing Winning Line.
up from tho fourth position, passing
thrco of tho leading contestants and
snatching victory from tho American
team. Incidentally tho British four
clipped three seconds from the exist
ing world's record.
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WILDE TAKEN FOR CADDY
Jimmy Wilde, the British
Wasp, hns a hard time of It.
Jimmy, weighing 100 pounds,
normal weight, likes golf, but
finds himself seriously handi
capped on the links. Dccnuso
of his slzo golfers, to whom tho
scrapper Is a stranger, nilstako
him for a caddy and ho Is treat
ed accordingly. Wilde has had
considerable unpleasantness duo
to golfers lodging complaints
against a caddy using club priv
REAL VETERAN OF BASEBALL
Dick Rudolph, of Boston Braves, Ha
Been In Game Ten Years and Is
Dick Rudolph, pitcher of the Hostoa
Braves, Is one of tho real veterans of
baseball. Dick has been hurling them
over for tho Braves since 1010. Ho
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mado his debut In tho pitcher's box
for Toronto In 1007. After a tryout
with tho Giants McGrnw farmed hlin
out to the minors. In 1010 tho Braves
purchased him. Dick has since been
tho mainstay of tho Braves' pitching
SPORT DIRECTOR FOR LEGION
Salaried Official to Handle All Details
of Arrangements for Events
Tho American Legion commltteo hns
decided to place tho Legion's sport
affairs In Illinois In tho bands of n
paid athletic director, responsible to
tho stato athletic board, headed by
Frank B. Flannery and John V. Clin
nln. This director will bundle all de
tails of arrangements for tennis, oventsi
grounds, track meets, tennis tourna
ments, water camlvnls, etc., on tho Le
gion's Illinois program. It wns de
cided that admission to all athletic
events ho freo nnd thnt events bo lim
ited to Legion athletes.
Will Export Horses.
Peter .Worth, 2;09U, and Kerrigan,
2:00 '4, uro to bo expoited .to Holland.
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