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PAID $1,700 FOR
Captain Ral Parr, Owner of Paul Jones, the Winner With Jockey Teddy
Paul .Tiiui's cot Captain Hal Parr $1,700 as u yearling, do purchasing him
from .luliii i:. Madden, who lir.'d lilin. .1. T. Condon, another wealthy easterner,
Ik associated with Captain t'arr lu thu ownership of the horse, and ho was on
hand to see him win the Kontuek.v lioiby. When Paul Jones first became n
member of the I'nrr stable he possessed u vicious temper, nnd castration wiih
mum t'lsfiilly roortid to as it mentis of curbing It. This brotiKlit n wonderful
change lu Ids hahltH, hut ho is still none too gentle n thnroiighhicd. He Is u
xiii of Sen King May Florence. It Is the Intention of Captain I .' nnd Mr.
Coden to eveuttially nmke u Juniper out of I'uul Jones, ns hoth nu'ii are very
fond of this hraneh of racing.
PLAYS BALL FOR SPORT
Hoy Mussoy, Louisville nut.
flelder, plays baseball merely
for the sport there Is In It and
not for the money, as tlo most
players. Mnsoy Is n prosper
ous farmer In Tennessee mid
does not need to worry when
his playing tlnys are over. This
year It looked as though Mas
Key would he lost to the team
heeuuse he wanted to devote nil
his time to the farm.
0UIMET WILL NOT COMPETE
Former National Open Golf Champion
In Poor Health and Cannot Stand
It wns thought for n time thnt Pmn
els Oulmet, former national open and
amateur jrolf elminplun, would Invnde
KtiKhind this siiiiiiner, hut he has an
nounced thut he will not do so. And
It may he that he will not enter the
open toiinie, in this country.
Oulmet sn.vs he will prolmhly he
seen In the aiuutfur tourney and In
others of less Importance, hut that he
does not feel he can stand the strain
In both the amateur and open tounin
incuts. Ills health was poor last sum
mer and this affected Ids piny. Now
he says he has reeoxereil his health,
hut he Intends to j;o eas, for a time In
tlie hope that he may regain his for
mer outhtuudlui; form.
HAUSER IS IN SEMIPR0
St. Louis (
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with the Ll
i-ald to In in
bun.e the r"
r, t inner star of the
i Ms who was ll patient
,.ti hospital follow iM'-
ili.un, Is now phtlnp
-i mlpro team. He Is
'-. iceoWTcd, and If lie
Hi the s mlpios mil re-
- 'dual ranks nt'iilti
JESSE WINTERS MAY
BLOSSOM INTO STAR
Manager McGraw Is Convinced
That Recruit Has Ability.
Twlrler Possesses Rare Assortment of
Curves but Lacks Control, That
Which Is Absolutely Neces
sary to Pitcher.
The eae of .Tese Winters, now
f-lhipliiK precariously to u berth with
the (Hants, Is In sonic respects strange
ly reminiscent of the ease of IVrtll
iiaud Stulihlelleld Schupp. l'.otli came
to the fllnntv as Kreeti as any bashers
a hlc league hall club ever knew.
lloth had a world of stuff from the
start and soon took the fancy of John
McfJrnw. Schupp wanned the bench
for three years and then blossomed
out ns u star. Winters Isn't n star yet,
but he has warmed the bench for one
full season nnd has started another
with the (hints. He, too, may come
thrmiKh In time.
When Winters appeared In a ("Slant
camp It was at Murllu In the sprlnc
of 1D1S. McCraw bi-aiided him as the
best looking kid pitcher he had ever
pixcd upon. Small wonder tliap-tlic
(limit leader appraised the yniinKstcr
so hlphly, for he has u world of stuff,
lie lucks, turnover, that which Is abso
lutely essential to u kooiI pitcher con
trol. Lack of control, It will he reiiiem
beied, was what kept Schupp lu the
diifioiit for three jears. The Louisiana
kill finally acquired the ability to
whip the pellet over the plate when he
wanted to or to cut the corners If
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he so desired, so there may be hope
Mefirnu retains much of his old
faith in Winter and has been ver.v
patient with him, despite some caustic
criticisms of his Judgment lu the mat
ter. The (limit louder was sevorel.
panned for holiiini; Schupp, too, hut
Schupp tlimll vindicated lilin; per
haps Winters will do the same.
WILLIE KAMM LEARNS FAST
Barry Dreyfuss Offers $10,000 Worth
of Players for San Francisco
Is It piKsiiii,. f,ir a ball player to
Itaprow Km pei lent? Critics out on
the coast mo KiivliiK Willie Kmiiin
third ba-eiiiiiii nf tin Seals, has im
proved t liit i imii h der his showlnu
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fered RUi.imhi win i nf pla.Neit, for uu
option oil i lu- prit iackaj;e.
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Taddy LIvliiKston's stay with the
Ileil Sox was brief.
l'nt Moron Is hnvlnj; trouble gettliiB
his "best pltchltiR stnft lu thu letiKiie"
Grover Lowtlerinllk, ChlcnRo Whltu
Sox pitcher, has been released to 'the
Minneapolis A. A. club.
Kensiis City Is ninklnj: another ftnb
at bobterlm; Its outlleld by bu.xlni: Joe
Letter from tin Chicago Nationals.
Nearly eery member of the Cleve
land club Is a heavy peanut cuter.
Other clubs should try the nut diet.
Walter Johnson Is petting his bump
In.' too often for the peace of mind
of Clark (lillllth and Washington fans.
The tuiiior thai Jack Coombs might
Fiipphint Hugh Jennings as mamiger
of the Tigers Is listed In Detroit as
One of the snvlng graces of the Oak
land team Is Hark Miller, who Is hack
on the Job nnd hitting them n mile as
The Itntnn lied Sox, having let nut
nil of their star players, are now In
it position to win the pennant In the
To make room for his new pitching
material Manager Handrlrks of the
Hooslers sold Karl Attains to TuImi of
the Western Icirgtie.
Walter Schmidt being on the Job, the
I'lrntos had no further use for Nig
Clnrke nnd the veteran catcher was
given his release.
Max Flack Is the bright stnr of the
Chicago Cubs these tlnys and Is having
n big season to date, hitting, fielding
and base running.
Ollle O'Marn Is trying his best to
prove what Jack Hendricks said of
him that he's the best ball player In
the American association.
Tuck Turner, the pitcher secured by
the Cubs from Illootnlngton, has been
released to Toledo. Tuck had plenty
of stuff, but lacked control.
Umpire Ollle Chill Is so small thnt
when he stands behind Truck Hannah
he can't see as much of the game us
the kills In the center Held bleachers.
Tom Longboat, former long distance
running champion, has applied to the
Canutllan soldiers' settlement board
for n grant of hind to take up farm
ing. Owner riilietts of the Dodgers Is
thinking of striking off mrdnls com
memorating those 08 Innings of base
ball p!ticl by his team In three
Mr. Dode I. I'liskert, the rejuvenated
gardener, continues to grab off his
dally base lilts. The sun Is shining
brightly for the veteran, and each aft
ernoon Is. perfect.
Kred Toney Is custodian of the Tex
an wildcat, the (limits' mascot. Toney
has a trained bear at his home In Ten
nessee, anil McCraw thinks he Is qual
ified to tame the wildcat.
Joe Harris, the first sucker, so badly
needed by the Indians to help the vet
eran Doe Johnston take care of the Ini
tial bag, Is with the franklin team
In the Pennsylvania Steel league.
Several innjor league clubs are
keeping scouts on the trail of Krnle
Koob and It looks like the southpaw
will return to the majors. He recently
hurled a uo-hlt game against Kansas
Mike MeNally Is going so good that
Harrow apparently does not dare to
disturb the present airaagement of
his Infield, even with such another
brilliant performer as Oscar Vltt
Last ear the Cincinnati Hods
couldn't get runs behind Jimmy Itlng
mid he had to pitch a shutout to win.
This spring the Heds have generally
had great batting bees when King wns
pitching for them.
The pitcher who ii-es the splthall
this jenr evidently figures It Is his
lust time on earth and he might as
well keep on fiddling while Home
burns, getting what satisfaction he can
out of the music; he makes.
The Ilirnilnghain club hns secured
Mocks, oung outfielder fiom Louis
ville. Ills imnie Is so much llko that
of llatrv Meeks of famous memory
that the Itlrmlnghain fans are expect
ing him 10 he a Brent swatter.
Whenever u hnsehnll magnate hns
reached the limit and thinks he can
hold the fans' patience a little hit long
er, he gives out notice to the piess
that he's thinking of signing Nap La
Join or Hans Wagner. Cools nobody,
These ate the da.vs when the active
little fellows mm i) and more win fa
vor as catchers lu the major leagues.
Not a club that has a big, lumbering
backstop that wouldn't t ratio him for
a Si hall?, u Itttel, nil O'Neill or u Will-te-t,
or n Perkins,
EXPECTS TO CATCH 1,000 GAMES
Ray Schalk, Star Backstop of the Champion White Sox,
Ttny Scbnlk, the crnck catcher of the White Sox, American league cham
pions, expects to complete his 3,000th miijor leugue game before the summer
Is over. The plucky little backstop now Is within u few games of that mark.
This record has been made In less than eight years.
Schalk Is regal iled as the best catcher In the majors, his closest rival being
Dill Klllefcr of the Chicago Cubs anil Steve O'Neill of the Cleveland Indians.
Tew big league catchers have reached the 1,000 mark.
GIANTS' FRENZIED OFFER
The New York (limits recent
ly made an offer of $11)0,000 to ff
the Cincinnati Iteds fur Heinle
Oroh, captain and star third
baseman of the world's cham
pions. Garry Herrmann, presi
dent of the Cincinnati club, re
ported the offer.
EDDIE R0USH USES OLD BATS
War Clubs Used by Cincinnati Out
fielder In Driving Out Hits Are
Twenty-Two Years Old.
It Is said thnt Ktldle Hoiish, the Cin
cinnati outfielder, has two baseball
bnts that are twenty-two yours old.
The old hickory sticks were boilght by
Ituush when lie played on uuiuteur
tennis during his youthful tlnys. When
ever the Heds need u timely hit nnd
It Is Hoiish's good fortune to be nt
bat he always relies upon one of his
cherished weapons. Hoiish prl.es
these huts so highly that he declines
to loan them to his cluhmates.
CURVE BALL COMING BACK
"I'd like to ho n young pitcher, Just
coming up, with u curve bull," says
Hank O'Dny. "Mink what I say, the
curve hull pitcher will ho hack lu nil
his old power within three years h.v
the stopping of freak deliveries
There are not enough fast hall pitch
ers who are effective nyalnst ureal
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JOIE RAY BELIEVED
TO BE BEST RUNNER
Coaches Say Little Star Has
Never Been Extended.
Close Followers of Amateur Athletics
Think He Will Be Invincible In
Olympic Games Over Fa
When Jolo Hoy of the Illinois Ath
letic club, America's premier dlstnnce
runner, won the half-inlle and two
mile runs In the Central A. A. U.
senior Indoor track and field cham
pionships close followers of amateur
athletics believe he will be Invincible
In the Olympic gumes aver his favor
L ,Altliugh Hay did not meet any run
ners or note, uu ract remains nine
some of Hay's reserve wns called upon
to run three races In one night. Ills
best performance was in thu mile,
which he covered In '1:20 on a track
with unbunked turns. The time lu
the other races was slow, as Jolo was
not pushed lu either.
Speculation Is rife ninong conchers
ontl trainers ns to what Hay will do
when he meets u runner of his own
speed and endurance. Many contend
Hay has never been extended and there
Is no telling how fast ho can reel off
a mile If he has to step every yard of
There Is no runner on the Ameri
can athletic horizon who has a
chance to beat Hay. this year, hut
when the American sturts his favor
ite races at Antwerp the situation
will be different. Huy knows the
wenknesses of America's best run
ners, while he Is not familiar with
the racing of Kurope's best men.
It Is the consensus nf opinion of
most coaches that Hay will hocarrled
along at such a fast clip lu Ids races
that he will need all the reserve ho
can store up. Some of these men
contend that a mistake Is being made
lu making the little star nice so
CUBA'S DERBY NEXT SEASON
Classic to Bo Run at Oriental Park,
Havana, Will Be Worth $20,000
Next yenr the Cuban Derby, which
will ho mn for the second time a;
Oriental Park, navaiiu, will he worth
$20,000, Its value having been doubled.
The Cuba-American Jockey dub dis
tributed nearly SfiOO.OOO among the
successful horsemen during the recent
winter meeting, ami will go higher,
Ilerron, who won the Derby on the
last day In n hard drive from Illue
Wrack, was purchased before the nice
for ?100,000 by Senor Alvarez from E.
T. llaxter. Hluo Wrack, whlci might
have won with a better ride, bore the
colors of Senor Diaz, another popular
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