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POPULAR SLUGGERS WITH YANKEES
I'lng Hodlo wns a renowned minor league snigger mm one season on tho
coast hit ;i() homo runs. HIh terrific slutrtrltiu bus gained lilm several trlnlH
Willi imijor league clubs. Tliu illustration shows I'lng oxplillliliiK to "Hube"
Until how ho bent tln hitter's record of 'JO homo runs.
DIFFICULT TO SOLVE
Umpire Quits, Becomes Pinch Hit
ter, Wins Game.
Delaware Fan In All Seriousness
Wants to Know If Team Can Use
Arbiter as a Player on One of
Fnn from n town In Delaware,
where they imvo Independent ball,
semis In n question, he wants nn
suored, says Sporting Nous. TIio
nature of it can't he understood un
til nil the circumstances tire related
with their harrowing details, which, ac
cording to the Inquiring fan, were
nliout ns follows, nntl ho vouches for
the truth of them by sending In n clip
ping from the local paper.
The llltiu Hocks anil the Mohnwks
weru plnylng and they selected to um
pire the name one Jack McGowan who
happens to he n brother of Hill McOow
an, umpire In the International league.
McGowan was it memher of thu Illuo
Hock team, but on account of IiIh rep
utation for fairness It wan agreed ho
should rail IiiiIIh anil strikes.
The tinine went alone to a tie, 2 nnd
2, when McOownn made n decision
Hint dltl not please the Mohawks, and
they kicked so hard he quit and sat
himself down on the Hluo Hock bench.
Comes now the ninth Inning, with
another man umpiring. The manager
of the lllue Hocks sent McOownn, tm
one of the players, In as a pinch hit
ter. McOownn slummed out u homer
nnd won the gnmo.
The question the fan asks in all se
Can McOownn, after noting as urn-
pile, he used by his team as a jilayer
hi the game he hud started to umpire?
Wo pass On) rules don't cover the
SLOW IN GETTING INTO FORM
Bobby Veach, One of Tigers' Hardest
Hitters, Promises to Join
Select Few Soon.
Hobby Veach Is one of the best hit
ters of tilt' Detroit team, hut has been
rather Mow In getting Into form tills
year. Hohlij was one of the hardest
hatsuie.'i In the American league In
1010 and when he gets going tills year
should iii"ie tlinn make up for lost
(.round. Me I.iih been nettlns his orbs
on the bull in butter simp" f bite and
prnt.llM'N to lump Into tlie select .1100
circle before lent?. When be does the
Tiller funs will lie hnpp.v.
BREAKS WORLD RECORD
IN CHAMPIONSHIP MEET
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Karl Thomson of Dartmouth broke a
world record for the 120-yard IiIkIi
hurdles In the Intercollegiate chain
plonnhlp Kiimes at Franklin Held, Phil
adelphia. Thotnson'H time was 1-12-B
seconds, which Is oue-llfth second bet
ter than the old mark, held by Hob
Simpson. Thomson Is u Canadian and
probably will represent Canada In the
Baseball In Australia.
Indications are that the forth'
comliiK winter season of tlm
New South Wales Hifeball as
soclatlou will -ho one of thn
most Intcrctlm; In the. annals
of the pninii there. Forty
tennis of ninro or less profi
ciency will compete. Twenty
live students from the Univer
sity of California will lie tour
ing Australia durlui: the sea
son, nnd It Is probable Hint
Kames will ho iutiiukciI which
will uli' local experts an oppor
tunity of testing their skill
upiliibt p'liulno American mint
tears and of comparing Maud
arils of play.
Hud Saunders, Haskell fotitball
conch, has resigned to go to Orlnnell
Marty, the youngest of the fanioiis
Cro.ss family, Is the only one now hnv
Ing. Ilo Is doing well In the welter
Coast guard patrol boats will tluow
n cordon about the course of the
America's cup nice on July !". Clear
space of half u mile will be main
tained. .Tom) Steelier Is observing the rights
of a champion, Oene Mcludy, Cnd
dock's' iimiiager, lias been unable to
Induce Joe to wrestle for it iJHO.IKKi
Members of the Olcu View Oolf club,
Chicago, liuxe decided to build ti new
cliilihotiM' at a cost of S?!M0,MM) on tlie
site of the one destroyed by lire. It
will be compli'ieil by May 1. 11)21.
The Unluislty of Nebraska lias a
star co-ed ntliieto In Miss Je.in Sinis
ter. The uuiiig woman Is credited
with runuliiL' a niiarler mile lecently
In fili '-'-.'i sei mills without the aid of
hplked sIkh s
Fred Sjn'iu. Indiana trainer, has de
veloped a Hiiee.year-old Hotter that
Is beglnnliu- to look like a real star.
This Is tin. aiding Fa.etle National,
by San l'YnncI.co, 'J:073i. that has
tralncil a inlh in 'JiH'.'t. 'rst it inner
BENNY LEONARD'S FIRST
PURSE FOR BOUT WAS $5.
I'crhaw Kenny Leonard wan't
evactly it Heiiti Hrutninel when
he broke Into the boxing game,
although they do say such things
about the lightweight champion
now. The champion tells how ho
broke a window to get Into Hilly
OIIimhi's arena In New York nnd
got a Job.
"In 1012 Titled to ImtiK around
the old Fairmont Athletic club In
New York city, which was then
managed by Hilly Oilman. We
kids would hot In hi1 ring dur
ing the week and on light nights
snenk Into the arena. I remem
ber one night when wo broke In.
OII)on caught me. He nsked me
why I broke the window. I told
him I wanted to light, lie put
me on. I got ?"i for It. Tho
money was spent for hotdogs Im
mediately after thu show."
Hay Caldwell appears to be much
butter than early in the season.
Augusta rates Southpaw Masters,
acquired from Utile Hock, as n find.
In the Chlcago-Wnshlngton game of
June IB the White. Sox bad but three
assists ami all of these went to Hdtllu
Seattle, It seems, bad Its choice of
Frank Woodward or Oscar Tuero from
the St. Louis Cardinals. It hclcctcd
Hugh Miller, ex-marlne, lias reigned
from the Texas staff of umpires. His
Injured leg went back on him and he
had to quit.
In a recent game tho Houston Huffa
Iocs got 10 men to first base on bits,
walks and errors nnd yet did not
Fcoru n run.
Cravath has plnced Hnwllngs nt sec
ond base and benched John Miller, who
started the season like a riot and then
Hob Hlggs, who bus come back to
baseball In Texas as a member of tho
Galveston team, wiys the demon 'slug
ger of the league In 1011.
Charley Schmidt, the veteran man
nger of the Fort Smith team, has now
caught more than 2,000 games since he
entered professional ball.
Carl Hulling of the Oaks, who wns
Betting the coast on lire at thu start
of thu season, has lost steadily after
his first Hash of victories.
Cincinnati, Hrooklyu, Chicago and
St. I.ouls are the favorites In tho Na
tional league now, with the odds
slightly hi favor of the Heds.
It seems that the Indianapolis club
had received an offer Iroin a major
league club for Ollle O'Mara Just about
the time he Jumped the team.
Hob Hlgglns, etermi catcher and
former Held leader of the Atlanta
Crackers, has been engaged to manage
tin Independent team In Northern Oeor-
New York Is not the only town that
Is broken out with a bad case of Ituth
Ills. The faiw caught It In Detroit
11111 Cleveland and me pretty sick
The Vernon, tin onlclers of events
say Manager Hill INsIck "must ob
tain another catcher Immediately." Al
Devormer Isn't strong enough for tho
llrst string Job.
Notre Dame foi felled Its baseball
game with Indiana university recently
because three members of the Notre
Paine team were eating luncheon when
their train left ami iiilc-cil It.
HnMoii critics say that two many
hits are going between Menosky and
Tim llendryx In the Ited Sox outllehl
mid they also note that llendryx can
nut throw like a Hairy Hooper.
A story had It that Cincinnati had
made Oakland u pmpoMil to send two
Inllelders, u pitcher and cash In ex
change for Ouillehlcr Hack Miller.
Tho deal, howcer, wns called off.
Of course, John McOraw likes them
nlready seasoned, but don't fall to unto
that he has made a llrst string ditcher
out of jutting Karl Smith, and that
Oeorge Kelly also Is de eloping under
the Llttlo Napoleon's tutelage.
Mordeeal Hrown, supposed to have
ended his pitching da.vs because of a
dislocated elbow, went hack Into tho
box for his Terre Haute team the oth
er day and pitched a four-hit game
against Hock Island.
Judging from the way Dick Hurna
swatted the ball when given a chance
to play tlrst base for the Mackmen be
cause of OrHlln's Injury, thu A'h wero
nut materially weakened by the acci
dent to ihelr regular llrst sucker,
I'ete Johns, who ipilt the St. I.ouls
Hrowns last jear ahd said ho waa dono
'with baseball, but who answered the
call of Oil City coin this spring anil
Joined that Independent team, tins
' Jr ' sssJsMMMmbIt ""l-iJ-
Charles Ilollocher, thu brilliant shortstop or the Chicago Cubs, has been
tho outstanding star both In the Held nnd at bat of thu Cubs' Infield to date.
Ilollochcr's lleldlug has been brilliant. Ills hitting has been timely nnd won
him a place ns one of the tntrcst pinch hitters In tho National league.
UMPIRES DO NOT USE
Plastering Fines for Kicking Is
Not Well Done.
Some Arbiters Stand for Murder From
One Team and Won't Permit Play.
ers From Another to Make
Tho umpires arc plastering fines on
players for kicking. This Is nil very
well If It Is dono Impartially, but
thcro aro times when somo of tho ar
biters seem to stand for murder from
one team whlto another cannot oven
say "Excuse me" without being chnsed
In n body to tho showers nnd hnvo
something subtracted from tho next
bit of stipend, writes W. O. McGcehan
in New York Tribune.
Of course, ns n lot of magnates de
clare, wo must lmvo dlsclplino In tho
great nutlonnl pastime and, tho umpire
Is tho representntlvo of law nnd order
nnd nil that sort of thing. Hut some
times some of the umpiring Is moro or
less rotten and calculated to draw ns
loud n squawi from the player ns It
docs from the Innocent bystander. Mr.
It, Hlpllng hits said something nbout
tho American Inclination to llount tho
law ho makes or something like this,
' nnd this national trait very naturally
creeps Into tho nutlonnl pastime, or
else It wouldn't bo n national pastime.
It would he an International one llko
tennis, whero n umpire never yet has
been forced to duck n pop bottle oven
In St. Louis.
It may bo that I am tin outlaw nt
heart, becnuso I am entertained by n
healthy squawk. And If I nni nn out
law for this thero uro n lot of others
with me. Umpiring requires n lot
of discretion. That's why umpires tiro
O'NEILL PHENOMENALLY FAST
Boston Braves Exploiting "Find" This
Season In Young Catcher
In Georgo (Mickey) O'Neill, George
Shillings' youngest catcher, the Hoston
Hrnves aro exploiting n "find" thlp
Vfe. .Lv SSS
Y" S 3
It ' . ft
Catcher Mickey O'Neill.
yenr. O'Neill went to the Hrnves from
tho Giants In tho Nehf trade, after
training for three seasons under Mc
Grnw, and being farmed out to llocli
ester for seasoning. Ho seasoned so
fast Arthur Irwin made huu tlrst
string catcher and Inter cnptuln of
tho Hochester club Inst yenr. O'Neill
Is said to bo phenomenally fast and
his brnln-work nsset was dovoloped
when ho was assistant sporting editor
of u St. Louis newspaper during the
winter season and betwu.n prnctlco In
the brill jnrds of the International
'- t r. ixKxgat
kg: i s !''; vqwai:
OF CHICAGO CUBS
ASTONISHING SPEED OF
JAPANESE TENNIS STAR
Shmltzu, known among tennis fans
In Kngland ns the "wonderful Jap,"
whoso marvelous speed on thu tourna
ment courts Is winning wide notoriety.
It Is expected ho will play at Wlmplc
don In the International tournament.
Jockey Ensor's Pet.
Llttlo Huddy Ensor talked
horso between races tit Jnmulcn
track recently and spoke of a
particular pet of his. "I've liked
u lot of tho animals I lmvo rid
den," said Huddy, "but nono llko
Corn Tassel. There's a horso
I love. How ho could and would
run for mo! Wo wero cronies.
In tho mornings, when tho uxor
clso boys would bo walking him
around thn stable, I'd hide In a
stall and then give a funny llttlo
"Corn Tassel know thnt whis
tle. He'd Jump us though tho
barrier bad gono up and ho
wouldn't stop tearing until ho
located me. Ho knew I always
curried sugar lumps for him. Ho
wns Just llko u big pet dog."
NOTES OF SPORT
S. Y. Hord, '21, of Terra Haute, Ind
hns been elected cimtnln of the Ynlo
varsity eight for next year.
Klbrldge Adams, '21, has been named
captain of tho Williams college golf
team for next season.
All of tho other countries aio busy
telling what a lino lot of athletes thoy
will hnvo at tho Olympic games.
It Is said that of tho 50 prominent
preparatory school athletes entering
Yalo next fall, HI of them uro major
Hy defeating Johnny Hnshmnn, tlio
Hrltlsh champion, Ted (Kid) Lewis
litis won tho right to cull himself wel
terweight chnmplon of Europe.
John Henry, former National, who
coached tho Cornell university base
ball team this senson, will not bo re
engaged, It has been announced.
Tho way our golf and tennis plnyers
hnvo been performing on tho other
side makes us think that tho Hrltlsh-
ers will he beaten nt their own games.
Canndlnn bettors tiro not In ovldenco
this yenr. Tho fact Hint tholr money
Is worth nbout 80 cents nn the dollar
decides them to tackle some other
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