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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912.
Sylvan King Proves Star of Central Eleven, Which Wins School Championship
Other Elevens Clear the Way, for Central High School Holds Full Sway
OF HIGH SCHOOL
"Every Knock is u Lcsl."
..O.ODA. - La. .e . I
King Again Proves His
Worth as Consistent
WISE AND HARRIS
STAR FOR BUSINESS
Former Carries Ball Seventy
.Yards After Taking
By KIRK C. MILLER.
IJyvlrture of defeating Business IIIkTi
School's' eleven 1y 18 to 0. In the seventh
rame- the Interscholasttc football se
ries. Central's team today holds mo
title bP"chumrlon of the five Washing
ton high schools, and Sylvan King, the
Wild nnd WJillo fullback. Is cre.lltL-1
with hclnjf'gi.of the best buckfleMs
men ever i!!' out pf a Washington
school. Ilii-'?pcrforniances In yester
day's Rome against the Stenographers
una; nsajjtjjt Technical J"st Saturday
stamp Trim JtinR of schoolboy grldlronors.
The SKXmih'.-ol stounjl Wial. he Ka'.ned
for his" "squad t yvstcrda tilling makes
hhn deserving of that title ror he
nji called ijpgn jnore, than half the
tlnie to cRrfy'tTioi''lMil&WainsfIJu3lness'
sturdy defenye And each time h
lesponded to the full rullsfactlon of
Ills team-mates and conches.
Kins scored two of the touchdowns
made by Central, thu third being reg
Istered br Fowler, the aggressive little
quarterback who went over the line
within Ires than live minutes after tha
beginning of t)ic Rccond half of the
game. "Much credit must be glwu
Ttoeves and Dow man, who weru alwaip
found charging the opponents' hnu for
good, lone Bains. Stokes passed 11
ball with the ability of a collegian, und
no sooner was the ball out of his hands
before he rushed at the Interference.
Without King, Central would probably
have expeilenced some difficulty In get
ting uwny with the score that It did.
The other Central pUjers compared
well In weight with the Rhode Isl.iud
n cntiii bo) s, but th6 latter seemed to bo
bewildered when possession of the ball
was gained. In receiving punts, tho
Business backtlcldsman rarely pro
gressed more than two yards befuru
he was downed by ya Cenrtttl plujer.
The work of Wise und Harris stood
out above that of any Business urld
lroner. Wise made a spectacular run
of seventy yards, when ho took tho
ball In the klck-oJn tr-e second half.
He wuh downed by itlng when within ten
vnrdi of tho goal and this Is tho near
est that Business came to scoilng. In
three downs Central regained posses
sion of the ball and frori that tlmo un
til the came was over. the plnlng was
in thu lclnlly of Central's goul.
Central Positions. Business
TUcDonough L. K IVS!"
V. Bowman L. T Wilson
.uppone L. O Easpn
Stokes Center V?,?. y
Jones n. G.. J -J"
Babcock B. T cl3?'er
arev It. 12 B. Wise
Fowler Q. I v,I,unt
Beeves L. H Harris
nnerlln It. II Derrick
Kins !' B Seltman
Substitutes McDonald for McUon
ough, Kimball for McDonald. Donahui
for Zuppone, 1 Bowman for Jones,
herlln for llnbcock, Klch for Carey,
Mill-but for Men, Howard for Fowler.
Fowler foi Howard, Johnson for Fowl
er. Mess for Beeves, Cox for Mess,
Jllchurds for Oberlln, Wood for Borrett,
Hi ilv for Hunt. Barrett for Derrick.
Touchdowns Kins 2i und Fowler. Ooals
mlrscd King (3). Bcferee Mr Gass.
I.ehiKh t'mplic Ml. Nielsen, Ne
lunhku Head Ilnerman Mr. Wood,
Linesmen-Messrs Kelly and Smith.
Time of iiuarters 10 minutes each.
What the Schoolboy
Players Are Doing
Those who saw the Tech-Central game
say that Bowman, of Centrul, outplayed)
White, the big Tech lineman
"Murph King, In playing fullback, Is ,
out or his right position King Is ono
of the lust line men in the high schools, '
actonllng to the doiieslers.
There was u howl fiom the Central
side of the Hi Id In the Tech game when i
McDonougii missed a forward pass, it
was the 111 at the midget haB diopped!
this jtur j
Lehman, of Western, In tho first few
nilnutiii of the Husteiu game, had a
uKui held ami fulled to Latch a for-
Ulll.l I.IIUU V am.. ii . mi .lilil.. U.
... i-.tu.'t .,u mil- i.on niiitiii illll'V
yuids ot him, and he had swept by the
Few of thu high suhool halfbacks have
an thing on Harris, of Business. This
player is almost sole to make good for
most of the nil-high school selections.
Smith and Cohlll, the Eastern halves,
haw been plalng together for three
years. Both are playing their last J ear
Fuller und Pepper, nf Western, will
be better next ear This l their first
Mar at football, and both aiu llclit ami
inexperienced. They have, two mora
jears at Western
''ipponl, of Ccnttiil, Is one of tho
strongest pluyeis In the high schools
He was tried at half at Onttul und was
then iiloic.il In the line, working ul
I'Uiird, his old position.
itype, tho Eastern tackle, may be-out
of the gajnu. lui .thu. remainder, of the
season. He was 111 and could not play
during the Western game.
The Eastern-Western game wan n
procession for a while Western took
a biace and' Kastorn failed on several
attempts, being held for downs on llvu
Both Kastern and Western In their
Inst game plned oft side. This wna
imperially noticed in Oreer. the Kastern
tackle nn defense, who several Mmes
playod In the Western backlleld when
tho team shifted
The high school fneultv advisers aio
abo'.it ready to concede the Inudvlsflill
Ity of trying to run q football game
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A CHANtB IIS THE UA57 IH-IOO
AY DICTATE TO
OWNERS OE CLUBS
Amos Rusie, Mike Donlin,
and Fielder Jones Have
While th players, through the medi
um of Dave Fultz, are preparing the
griddle for the club-owners class, re
citing their many grievances axalnst the
diawers of contructs. It may be lust as
well to call attention to one-big handi
cap under which the club owner la
bor?. At all times the player has it In his
power not only to nullify his eontiact
with a club owner, but he can also de
prive him of a large negotiable asset
Just as surely as if he egged the dough
out of a strong box.
Death, accident, sulklness, whlrn, bet.
ter opportunity or any one of a multi
tude of reasons may Induce a baseball
star to quit a team after his purchase
for, say, JI0.GO0. The day uftcr he re
ports to his new owner If he chouses to
quit the arena the purchasing magnate
Is $10,000 cold beans "out" and those
beans Hie spilled with no hope of re
covery. Many Instances of this nature hae
occumd to blight tho hopes of mag
nates even moie than the lnjuie.l their
pocketbooks. Probably the Ihreu most
notable exaniples in history are those
of Amos Busle, Mike Donlin and Fieldei
For a whim and a matter of $200 fine
Itusle quit cold on the New York cmb
At tho time he was esteemed u gieater
pitcher than is Walter Johnson todiy.
No doubt the club's owners, had they
imagined for a moment that Hus.c was
In a permanent sulk, would have never
let mo matter drift as rar as tney did. .
Mike Donlin quit the Giants when his
presence on the club irai'tlcall meant
the championship to McGraw, He re
tlicd because of a J2.0UO a year differ-
ence over salary. His retirement cost '
tho New York club at a low estimate,
Fielder Jones quit at tho zenith of his
cnieer and Ills ahllltv as a player and
leader. His letliement put Cumlskei'si
club on the toboggan, besides taking n.
big wad of kule from the Old Human's '
For Philadelphia Club
NEW YORK, Nov. lC-Sam II. Har
ris, theatrical manager, announced to
day that hu wuh negotiating for thu
purchase of the Philadelphia National
League baseball club.
Mr. Hurrls said that negotiations weru
opened auoui two weexs ago with Presi
dent Fogel, of the club, by Jack Glea
son, acting In his behalf Later, Mr
Harris said, Mr. (lleason took the mat
ter up with Charles P Taft. owner of
tho club's park in Philadelphia. Tho
negotiations, ha said, were still pending
"We aro waiting to learn the lowest
price the owners will take for the club,"
Mr. Harris Bald. "Wo should want to
buy not only the club, but the ball park
Says Phillies Have Not
Been Sold to Anybody
PHILADELPHIA. I'll. Nov lil.
President Fogel retuined to Philadel
phia estcida with the announcement
that the Phillies hud not been sold and
would not be sold In tho very near fu
ture. "I nm the man to sell tho Phillies,"
said Fogel. "Will Locke Is not coming
to Philadelphia to succeed me. In fact,
1 think 1 will continue as nrcldem,
since I have not had a bid to my
Focl al3o denied the rumors I hut
Chance, the former Cub leader, was lu
leplace Charley Dooln as manager.
CJ2? 5 Bv;s. anO UMP HB
(".Modern alarig, especially the species nsrd In detalllu k ball games, .liotit
Nil. on this planet Me make joiif cullt
Vou said n mouthful there, old leaguer l
We'll alrlns; with oit neroaa the balla
Huifftrr tlr ih tiol or meageri
Why make the l.nnllali nplel a loke
ll crabbing up the rnateraallnnf
ilr II a dinner correct lr apukc
Without some nlae mu It 'a explanation.
If there la one thing nuta the punk
Klhnah iipun me, It'a the Keerer
Who's alnaiK dlpplns: out aomc Junk
Or edglna: In anme fllsay brcserl
W ho Jama In lth a bunch of talk
'll.nt llatcua like It had the cancer,
t'ntll aiiiiirboily calls a halk
And grabs a elinrt lo nlrk the ansnrr.
If you figure this may be a long, hard wlntor, sup
pose you wore Fred Snodgrnss and had to figure twelvo
or fifteen times a day until next April that but for muff.
Inp ono of the easiest fly balls of tho series you'd have
$1,400 more to check against as an Indoor sport?
The Off Season. Where? When
Those who appear to figure wo are now engulfed In
tho drab fog of an off-season are hereby entitled to an
Time was when the word "off-season" meant some
thing, but now magnates hurl themselves together with
a maudlin roar, becoming untangled just as the Christ
mas rush- line forms. By the tlmo we have emerged
from this scrimmage and are on our feet again, the blue
bird Btarts his annual reveille In Dixie and tho teams
begin drifting South. The only off-season spots we are
drawing of lato years Is when tho Ilraves or the Drowns
como to town.
Ty Cobb Is now reported to be playing golf dally In
Augusta, Oa., "In order to Improve his batting eye for
next season." AVo hope tho schemo pans out. If this
Cobb could only hit, he'd bo quite a ball player, in ball
Brown Is Candidate
For League President
NEW YORK. Nov. 16 -Despite all of
the stories naming new candidates for
the presidency of thn National League,
should the Insurgents be able to get
Tom Lnrh's scalp at the coming an
nual meeting. It was said today that
the real candidate Is Robert W, Brown,
Kbhets, of Brooklyn, la declared to
have been working for Brown, one of
thu best known men in tho country anil
past grand exalted ruler ot the Elks,
for weeks, nnd expects to elect him If
Lynch Is lo bo retired, as now seems
Morningstar and Hoppe
Lead for Billiard Title
NHW YORK, Nov IB -Willie Hoppe
and Ora Morningstar aro leading the
billiard contests for the premier title
today, tied with o percentage of 750.
Hoppe defeated Hlosson last night In
one of tho best matches of the meet
ing making high runs of ltt, 91. S2. 63,
and si, and finishing with a total of
600 against Blosson's 211. Morningstar
made u high run of 167 and won from
Sutton In thirty Innings, 000 to 365.
Palzer Makes Bad
Showing Against Ross
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 16. "Al" Pal
zer, claimant of the heavyweight title.
Is today characterised as tho worst
lemon that has uppeared In this city in
recent months. Hog fat, with abso
lutly no Idea of distance he mot Tonv
Ross at the Olvmnlu Inar nlcht. anil hlu
showing wjs disgraceful. Three times ho
rouieii Russ. his last blow. Just before
tho end of the filial period, being extra
HONK! KIN& COMING-.
By Grantland Rice
Down With Slang!
Mi on thl along ll'a nn the blink,
nd nt remnrka arc here cmphatli-
Charlie Murphy Plans
Make Tour of the
CHICAGO, Nov. 16. Po well pleased
Is Charlrs W. Murphy, president of
the Chicago National Le.iguo baseball
teum, with his new manager, John J.
nerB, that toduv he said It waspos
slblo that KverH would become tho
cnier executive or the club
"Evers may become president of the
club," Murphv suld. "I am planning a
trip around the world and If I go I
will make Evors heou of the club
as well as munuger. He is fitted for
the position, for he has the brains
to grasp anything "
Should Evers mika good as presi
dent, Murphy furthor said, he mlpht
not resume tho president after his
globe circling trip, but become chali
inun of the board of control.
Mercury vs. Cardlnuls, at Inde
pendence League Park, 3 p. m
Vlgllants vs. Ilolna Mercedes, nt
Union League Park, 3 p. to,
he eliminated tirjond reenll.'
' ' H TP HE I f
t - ii ,r -r-. r -
t - !- s 7-!r i rn
W h nln't llir old aplrl good enough
That' lined nut In the dlrtluanr,
Tbnt vie iiiiml drnw (Ma cros.ftre guff
Tit nhlcli no aane ua rutin la Jcrrj t
I'll take mine In lir aluiplr Imrr
When (lid Doe Wcti.lcr led the batting.
He bad these alangatrra nn the fuss
When It camr ilonn to Big l.rnuue chatting.
t- K n ,,.u aitiiBR iBrnur n ID, 1I1M
llaa lertlra In hla Imah Icngup atllr;
l.rt'a alln In nn I lie Ilia ltrtlr
I'or arblarl nnd clnaale U(llin
toinr nn, jou mutla, ihmt ivlth the illir.
And licg a Ilrndlc al thla flrllnu.
President Wilson may attach the can to qulto n num
ber of people now drnwlng their money from Washing
ton, D. C, but one of them will not be Walter Johnson,
civil service or no civil service.
If this Balkan war continues much longer the Turks
will develop the greatest set of marathon runnors ever
flushed upon the screen. The Turkey Trot Is now aver
aging about 10 1-5 seconds lo the hundred yards, and
Wo are wining to confess that tho famous Masked
Golfer of Van Cortlondt wns none other than your hum
ble servant. We merely wanted to seo whether or not
we could mles any more shots blindfolded than wo had
been doing of late with untrammeled orbs. We found
that wo couldn't Hence this confession.
Tris Speaker announces that he expects both Giants
and Bed Sox to meet In another world scries next fall.
If Tris 1b shooting the proper dope, us for tho Balkan
peninsula on the swiftest boat across.
The best world series Idea we hao seen advanced
Is that from McUraw that all spectators present at anv
drawn battle should be permitted to sit In at tho playoff
without add'tlonal tax. This system should end all argu
ments before they begin. It's worth going to.
M. C. A. Boys Enjoy
Basket and Hand Ball
Two good K.iniei of hasketlnll nnd an
exciting game of "nnc-hnnd ball con
stituted the bi-monthly "gjm night" ,n
the Boy's Branch of the Y 'M. C A.
The onu-hand ball game was between
two teams selected from "A" Clis"
compered of tome of the youngest mem
bers of tho association. Carroll Flem
ing, the captain of the "Nationals,'
displayed good generalship In the plac
ing of his men on the floor. John
(loetz was the able leader of tho Iji
favettes, which numbered nmong Its
players William Ilerron, the nephew of
the President of the 1'nlted States.
The Lafayettes finally won out, score
9 to S
The pielimlnary g.ime of basketball
w.in between the "Orioles," of the Bos'
Club, and the (Jartleld Athletic Club
The Orioles played the Bosodalos last
night defeating them by it close score
Inat night the Orioles tan tip a scorn
of 31 to 20 on the Onrflelds The fea
ture wns tho nil-round passing of the Y
M. C A. team and the heudv win k of
Captain Slower Tuesday tho Orioles
play the team from the Church of tho
Arthur Shaffer lead his husky bunch
of hoys to victory in the feature game
of the evening. Einmert Meanv and
Thomas Blnglo were pinbahly the pai
tlcular stars. The game was a clean
cut uffalr both teams playing fast hall
The wrnd-np found the scoie. Yankeej
19, Oeorgetown Preps, 10 The teams will
pUy again In the tleor'gctown gym
sometime In February
Just as Difficult.
"Wahoo Sum" Crawford, tho slugging
right fielder of the Detroit Tigers, bays
that the outfield Is as difficult to play
bh any other position on the team
"There are a lot of angle.s In the outer
garden," uvcrs Sam, "and mistakes In
that department are usually coitly."
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OHOVC TmP AUOUIiUCD
TEAM )VT- IM A. BUlt CARTT-
TEAMS THIS YEAR
Reserve and Regular Quints
to Represent Christian
The line-up of the Y M. C. A. basket
bull teams was unnounced Jesterday by I
C. Edward Beckett, physical director of
the association. "We'll put out two og
Lregatlons." said Mr. Bccket. "one of ,
which Is to be our regular representa
the tram, nnd the other the resere, j
Our regular team will he- L. F. Hoppe,
P. B. D.ils. center. Frank Fruzler, 11.
Almon, O. L. Varela. forwards, and It.
i:. Hall. E. K. McKay, and E. E. All
wine, guards. This sipiud will give us
Jus us good n team us cither that of I
last year cr the year betore, both or
which won the District League cham-1
"Hoppe, Hall, Frailer, McKay, ana All. '
wine aro holdovers fiom our previous J
champion aggregations and each of I
them Is ii etcran, having played from)
three to live jears. As for as the ex
perience of the others Is concerne'd,
Almon has seen two war of service, i
having played with Maryland Agricul
tural College and our own association
icserw team. Varela was with Eastern '
High School, and Havre, who Is .1 new-
lomei to the Capital Cite, has been
In the gamn three jenis, during which
he was on the team of tho Philadelphia
School of Dentistry.
Maryland Will Have
Racing Another Year
BALTIMORE, Nov 16 -The rac
track men nre Jubilant today Tlieie
will br no Interference with the Maiy
land track gambling for another e,ir
or longer. Governor Ooldsborough ami
Attorney Oeneral Poe wore sweeplngly
overruled when the eovni o irmcnW
decided that members of the Harford
iount Hieing commission did not for
feit theh iiftlies by falling to have
thenisi Ive.s snoin In within llilil d.l)s
after th date of their appointment
The com i also owrrulcd the opinion
of the ntturno general that the Har
ford county i. it Ini; commission net Is
iiuronstltutlonal. The decision ends the
gowmor's long and Mormy fight to
dilo trnck gambling out of the State
It was during this contest that the
eovernnr kent a large souad of Haiti-
moie polite to tile Harw do Orace
track to an est nil bookmakers accent
ing bets. Tne next scoslon of the leglB
latuie will begin January, lull.
McGinnity Gets Option.
TACO.MA, Wash, Nov lC.-Joo Mc
Ginnity. former owner-manager of the
Newark team, ot the International
League, Iuih tnken an option on the Ta-
nlnti fit 4 lio VnrlViiunutiii-n t i,aii
I'UllIll I.HIU) Wl IHV- ! ill -l I II KVUfeUl-,
ut'conllnR to wonl recelwd here last
IUHII'- Illl .'Hinutini'-,
728 Thirteenth Street
Oier 30 V cars' Practice Treating
Stomach and Nertoua Diseases.
indigestion, Loss of Appetite, Con,
tlpation, Dizziness, Bad Taste, Full
ness after Katlng, Wakefulness, Losi
of Flesh, Heart Trouble. Palpitation,
Kidney and Bladder Trouble, Stric
ture, Sallow Complexion, Pimples,
Blood and Skin Diseases, Loss of Vi
tality, and Speclnl and Private Ail
ments of Both Sexes cured promptly
Consultation freo, medicine fur
nished, charges low Hours, to 1
and 3 to 6. Cloied Sundays.
Oeorsetown Is the favorite today owr
Vlm-liiln. Tho work of the ttllltuppers
hns been proxiesslvely iiucliuit r.acn M
Mmo has shown an Improvement In tlm
tlcven and today should show the high
est desreu of football skill that the
coaches can teaoli. Compared team for
tiiim. GeorBctown has shown mpre. nnd
therefore, should win.
Bis Bitmes everywhere.
Today blB football sames art lielnK
,'layed on many fields. The season It
short at best, but t6day it IS uppioach-
InK Us end rupldly, l'rlnccton tJliyn
her last game today against Vuk Dart
mouth's season closes at Harvard's Hta.
dlum. In anotlier week or so football
for 1912 will be but u mutter or his
tory. But today Is a big day In foot
"Tollic" Pendleton's last chance to
make a name for himself on the KrM-
Iron corres today at rrlnceton. Last
year he rlione with all the hrilliuniy
. of a new planet. Todav lie Is over
shadowed bv Charlie Brlckley, ! f t
Klnn, Jim Thorpe, nnd Hobey Bakir.
If he can repcut his wopderful run
nlng of 1910 end 1911, Jin yet may
crowd his way Into the front rank,
but his last opportunity Is billed for
I'alrer a failure.
Though touted as the coming1 heavy
weight champion, Al l'alzcr was sad
ly outpointed last night bv Tony
Itos, a third-rater. I'ulzer may lit
I the best of them all. but If h; Is, the
rest or them must tic pretty bad Th
real heavyweight star among the
whites Is yet to be found.
Iocke won't win.
Horace Fogel denies that Willie Locke
will succeed him at the head ot the shup.
worn Phillies. Mabe Horace Is light,
too. I'erhaps Locke, a brainy fellow.
Just can't see the gainful glory of fol
lowing In the footsteps of baseball s
Chattering Chaille' Murphv gleefully
promises Johnny Kvers promotion to the
presidency of the Cubs How happy
that must make Johnny feel, to know
that Murphy Is going around the world
He will be assured of no Interfcrcmw
until his boss returns, anyway. Mab
a pirate or a thug my finish the Job
correctly off In Asia or the Philippines,
too, jou never can tell.
Clark Griffith Is coming home In a
couple of weeks lo prepare for the 1913
campaign on the diamond. He faces
much better prospects than he did last
ear at this time Now he has a pen
nant possibility and needs only lu. k to
grab the flag. Between you und me,
too, I think he has u chance
Central is champion
As ueual, Ctntial wins the scholusl c
football title for the District The U
streittrs have only to meet little West
ern to complete theli schedule and tho
midgets of (leoigetowii c'unuol hope to
succeed wheie Business has fulled I'in
tral Is champion, but fiom wheie 1 s.t
it would be more titling lu give tin title
to Slan King.
Billy Locke Is Willing
To Lead the Phillies
PITTSBFBGH. Pn Nm. is-jcie-ury
Will II. .Locke, of the Plttshj Ul
Baseball Club, returned lodn from Mil
waukee und said he was willing t i as
runif the leadership of the l'hiladelphi i
National League bnseliull club If t'ie
club cun be bought for u leuso'uble
"I haw not made ani offer fur the.
club, despite the repoits ihat ha. been
rent out of Philadelphia," said I n-'a,
and I haw not been Interested o In
volved In un of the negotiations foi
the sale of the club, because 1 cun
aider the price placed on the club as
'luoted In the newspupeis, .is entire. U
too high. Ai the llguies itiiiled th.
purchase of the eluli Is not even to bo
Although he will not a so plain
Locke practically admits that If the
llguie was cut down to n n-ui-nnaiilu
size he would go In and take ow. the
has brought a new
definition for a cigarette.
you will quickly under
stand in the smoking!
20, wrapped plainly
that's why the price is 15c