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TOE WASHDTGTQy TIMES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1912.
All Officers of Washington Baseball Club Expected to
OF NATIONALS ARE
LIKELY TO BEIil
Another Successful Season
Will Offset All In
debtedness. MULLIN MAY BE
ON CLIMBERS' STAFF
Griffith Refuses to Let Any of His
Youngsters Go for
At the annual meeting of the Wash.
Inrton baseball club, icheduled for Jan
uary 7 In the offices of the 'club In the
Southern building; It la expected that
all the present officers will be re-elected
without dissenting votes. The property
la In a flourishing condition, and there
la no necessity for a shift In the of
ficial line-up of the club. Another suc
cessful season should relieve It almost
Wholly of Its present debt
Manager Griffith has refused waivers
on George Mullln. the veteran pitcher
of the Detroit Tigers. Frank Navln has
offered Mullln to the Climbers In a
atralght trade, but Griff cannot see this.
lie la willing to pay money to obtain
the big fellow, but will not part with
any of hla promising youngsters to xet
. "I'm. not going to let any good kids go
to get a veteran," Mid Manager Griffith
to the writer. "That Isn't the policy ot
the Washington club any more. At the
same time, you know, If a good veteran
Pitcher can land the pennant here, I'm
going to try to get him. I'd be foolish
If I didn't. Itut I'm not giving any
promising colta for any old wheel
Recruits Report Early.
Instead of having only his battery
men report early at Charlottesville next
March, Manager Griffith will have all
hla youngsters show up In vanguard.
This means that only the veterans will
remain behind n week longer. Mike
Xahoe, the Nationals' prise scout, will
spend that first week at the training
camp, assisting Griffith In handling the
big bunch of youngsters, devoting most
of hla time to the new pitchers. Kahoe
will put on a uniform and catch them
himself, considering that the only right
way of doping out the merits of the
"I don't expect to remain thero more
than a week, anyway," saya Kahoe.
"I'm not really needed, you know. Jack
Ryan'll be on hand, remaining with the
team most of the season. He's a wise
one with young pitchers and should be
of great assistance to the club."
waiter jonnson la not expected to ap-
hla farm In the winter, reporting aa
hard as nails. A week's work will pre
pare htm for the short workouts. In the
exhibition games. Manager Griffith will
leave the matter of his reporting wholly
to Johnson, having every confidence In
the big fellow.
Long Gets Trial.
Even If he does fall to succeed. Torn
tny Long, purchased from Mobile, must
be given a trial In the spring beforo
feeing sent back to the minors. This Is
In accordance with the new national
agreement governing baseball. There
fore, Long will report at Charlottes
ville with the first squad and given
every opportunity of showing his skill.
Al Scheer, who played good ball In
center field last season for Youngs
town, comes back for a second trial
with the Nationals. Last spring he
tried to play second base without much
success. On returning to Youngstown
he developed Into a hard-hitting out
fielder and. If ho can show any prowess
with the stick, may get Into the exhi
bition games here.
If be has room on the club, Manager
OrtflUh will have Nick Allrock with the
Climbers again next summer. Of course,
no youngster will be canned to moko
room for the clown, but Griff feels
that Schaefcr and Altrock add thou
sands of dollars, to the treasury of the
Climbers by their antics on the coach
Plays Vigilants Today
Today's Vlgllants-All Army game Is
expected to decide the Independent
championship of the District and Is
looked upon as being the blgegst game
of the seoson. Everything Is In readi
ness for the battle and the local men
are all primed and eager for the sol
diers. Both teams defeated the Cardinals, of
Alexandria by two touchdowns and the
All-Army team was so Insistent In Its
demands to meet the District title hold
ers that a game was arranged.
The Vigilants are expecting to put
their strongest oggregatlon on the field.
Even man back of Manager Ollverl's
team is In tip-top shape and nnx ous to
get a whack at the Army eleven. In
addition to the play for the tltlo the
teams are competing for the flyman
wif. w.iinnalo anil Hia ftanrtiinH will
meet for the lW-bound championship
Just peiore me viBiiuniB-irm suiue. cu
that the bill will be a double-header.
The two teams are claiming the tltlo
for the D strict championship In their
class and the battle for supremacy Is
looked upon as being one ot Interest.
Victory Over Soldiers
The Georgetown collegians are to
day celebrating a victory In the lirst
game of their schedule over the ol
dler quint from Fort Myer. Although
only recently organized the colleitlnns
Played wonderful ball In all depart
ments of :! iramc ard hid no trou
ble In scoring a win, 44 to 8, as Glea
son and Garrlty alone, of the soldiers,
seemed to be acquainted with the
finer points of the Krcat winter sport.
Drlscoll. who captains the llluo unil
Gray live, played a stellar game nt
center, excelling In team work, while
Herbert Lane, the old Georgetown
Pren star, l' most th
negotiating elevon baskets from the
Dine Harvard Team.
BOSTON, Dec. 8. -Six hundred Har
vard men greeted their "champion"
football team of 1912 with cheers at the
banquet given the players hero last
night by the Harvard Club, of Boston.
Coach Percy Haeghton was given a
sliver loving cup and a gold football
trophy was presented to each player.
peVr at aXSSR&WS "Tl 'TS.'"fln.I Pro.Pet. jr a, . Inl-rdlr tourna
wee He keen. In good condition on ' "e"'.. Wch.hlngton tenpln
Many First Basemen
Made Good In Big
League Last Year
When the igia campaign opened In
the American league the follow
ing lade held down the flret cor
ners : Jack Fljran, Ed Hohnhoret,
Hal Cbaie, "Stuffy" Mclnnet, Del
Gainer, Jake Stahl, George Storall
and Rolla Zelder. When the oeaton
came to dote Hohnhoret had
given way to Doc Johniton, Stor
all to "Bunny" Brief, Flynn to
Chick Gandll, and Zelder to
"Chief" Borton. Jutt half the
flrtt baseman were new comers.
TO LEAD TOURNEY
FOR TENPIN TITLE
Baltimore and Washington
Sure to Hold Intercity
By KIRK C. MILLER.
Few changes In the Individual tenpln
tournament which la being rolled on
the Palace alleys have occurred during
the past week. The tenpln artists have
about hit the)r stride and from now until
the end or the tournament, which comes
to a close on February 21, the matches
will be for "blood."
Brown continues at the head of the
procession, he having participated In
eight games without bowing to any of
his opponents. Ills record Is a clean
ono and his consistent bowling Is de
serving of the high standard he main
tains. Field Is the second best roller of
the tenpins, according to the latest
compilations. He has pocketed six ot
the eight matches in which ho has
been a contestant and, like Brown, con
tinued success Is likely because of his
Harwood, Mllovltck, McKnew, Van
Buaklrk, and Krause are tied for third
honors. Kach of this quint has won
nve ana lost tnree or their eight games,
g.vlng them a percentage ot ,6.'g.
Following these are C. Miller, Thomas,
and W. Miller, who constltuto u triple
tie in the .500 class, while Brush alone
has hit the pins for a percentage of
.275, losing Hve and winning three.
Ua.4t.k a.i Dnk.ffa. v.. .I.IUJ .. At...
.2S0 mark, and Watson and Itodrlck dl- i
vide honors In the cellar position, with I
one game won and seven lost.
) really bright Whether or not the corn-
petition will resolve Itself Into a trl
city affair Is yet to be seen, an no def
inite steps have been taken by cither
However. It Is rather sure that Wash
ington and Baltimore will stage some
kind of a tournament, either with tho
large or small pins. Richmond will, of
course, be welcome fo this, but no one
from the Old Dominion capital has
given out anything definite regarding Its
participation In such un event.
The Palaco team, of the National Cap
ital League, has made some overtures to
the Victoria quint ot the Monumental
city, and the Ilaltimoreans have sig
nified their willingness to come to Wash
ington, and, In turn, entertain the
Washington bowlers on their home al
leys, One of the closest races of the sea
son Is on at the Arcade League, where
the eight teams are within five games
of each other. Arcade Market heads the
list, while Sher woods. Imperials, O. P.
O. and Holmeads hold equal to second
position. Immanuels, Bankers and La
hot lies follow In order named. Tomor
row night the latter quint and G. P. O.
take the alleys, and the duckplns are
likely to spill all over the pit.
Games scheduled for tomorrow night
In the leagues arc as follows:
District League Columblas vs. O. P. O.
Individual tournament Covert, Hurdle
Westminster League All teams.
Departmental Tenpln League Bureau
Ingram League Bull Moose vs. Boost
ers. Colonial League Knickerbockers va
Northeastern League Capitols vs.
National Capital League Nationals
vs. Y. M. C. A.
District Duckpln League Beltnonta vs.
Commercial League Hahn & Co. vs.
W. & L.
Departmental Duckpln League Com
mlss'oners vs. Pension.
Southern Clerks' League Traffic vs.
Terminal League Car Dept. vs. Shops.
K. of C. Intercouncll League All
Carroll League Santa Marias vs.
Uncle Tom Smlthpon, the youngest
hnwler 1 In the District, has troubles
with the eves. We know what Is good
for that, Tom glasses Just glasses.
Ray, who handles f 'gures and meaters,
is the proud father of a hanpy dispo
sition. Hi- just loves to mark up splits
for the other fellows.
Gentle George Shaffer got his door
ke out of hock. In summer lie lets
uncle keep It In cold storage so the
moths won't get Into It. You have a
great eye to business, George.
Fred Eckstein has a time lock on his
front dvj'. !:' vm for 10:30, nnd nix on
the coal hole.
Charlie Diets and Oscar Walters both
want that cake. Don't try too hard fel
lows. The Mayor of Seventh street Is a close
observer or piayeus. Tnat's tnte stuff.
Pete; keep your eyes peeled, you will
know how to pitch to them.
Gee, It's tough to tie a game and then
loose It. If you don't believe it, ask
Captain Kubel and that other bowler,
It's great what we can't do when we
Next week the averages, and If you
don't want to blush when you Bee It In
print get your lamps In shape. Figures
s figures, Hnd nfew good scores will
make a big difference. So come on you
maple splllem, make them rattle and
Blam, for the old gume has its clmrms
and pleasures and brings out the real
CAPTAIN HARRY COSTELLO HAS STARRED
SINCE FIRST COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAME
Rise on South Atlantic Grid
Iron Has Been Truly '
By BSYAlf MORSE.
From the' moment Harry Costello
stepped on Forbes Field In Pittsburgh as
a representative of the Georgetown uni
versity football team In 110, until the
famous dropklck from the 17-yard line In
the last Virginia-Georgetown game, he
has been a spectacular and consistently
brilliant performer. It Is doubtful If
the Blue and Gray ever possessed a
more wonderful football player who Is
to lead the team In Its campaign In
At a meeting of the twenty football
letter men at Georgetown University
today Costello received the unanimous
vote of the players to captain the team
next season. There was no opposition
to Costello, and the popular player te
ceives a fitting tribute to his prowess
and record as a Blue and Gray star!
Costello's rise In the history of South
Atlantic football was as meteoric aa
that of any hero of college gridiron In
the usual stories found In magatlrics
Costello, however, came with a flash
and stayed until his performances have
attracted the attention ot the football
world and compelled recognition from
the solons of the game.
In 1910 Harry Costello came from
Merlden, Conn., where he had attended
the high school for four years. His
ability us a football player was about
equal to his reputation In track and
baseball, and It waa not until the game
with Virginia In U10, the first George
town win In a number of years, that
Costello's name became a byword In
the annals of football In this section of
Played Four Years.
While at Merlden, Costello'played four
years on the football and baseball
teams, and had fair ability aa a pole
vaulter. He played against Bacon, the
Wesleyan player whose work has at
tracted attention this season, and was
consistently able to outpoint the Massa
chusetts player. Costello also played
with Dunn, the Vale fullback.
Coming to Georgetown In 1910, he
"Every Knock Is Ucxi '
Phillies are sold.
At last the Phillies go to a new owner,
the Balfour syndicate, and a tired fan
world turns over for another nap, thor-1
oughly exhausted following the capers
of Horace 8. Fogel. Here's hoping that
sanity will mark the dealings of the
new owners and that the club may take
its rightful place In the councils of the
We don't want him.
Manager Griffith will hardly please
tho fans here by signing George Mullln,
the veteran pitcher of the Tigers. We
have seen a glorious end to the system
of obtaining all the wornout stars of
other teams. We have seen youngsters
rush through the league, beating all
comers, and we want more ot them.
Let us develop our kids; never mind the
Bresnahan a Pirate.
With Roger Bresnahan behind the bat,
the Pittsburgh Pirates should be favor
ites In the coming National League
campaign. Clark'a club In many
ways looks like the strongest In that
circuit and Bresnahan cannot but great
ly increase the efficiency of the twlrlers
Watch' those Pirates I
Flynn should win.
"Fireman" Jim Flynn should win his
battle with Luther McCarthy In Los
Angeles Tuesday. McCarthy Is a ter
rific hitter, but Is hardly clever enough
to be able to stand oft the rushing tac
tics of the man who faced the cham
pion. However, McCarthy may fool the
wise ones and slip one over on Flynn.
C. U. Is pleased.
Catholic University Is pleased today
because It started out with a win In Its
flr.t basket ball game and. In addition,
la possessed of a good coach of the
baseball team In the person of Charlie
Moran. who took the team forward at a
great clip last season. The outlook for
basketball Is good and the baseball team
Unless everything points In a wrong
d'rcctlon the game at Union, League
Park this afternoon Is going to be a
hummer. Certain It Is that Manager
Oliver! Is getting the breaks In the luck
and the Vigilants have passed through
a successful season. And, above all,
there dees not appear to be anyone
who can dispute the right to the sue
Johnny Gallagher took things easy
yesterday at Baltimore and had the
raco sowed up from tho very start.
What must have been pleasing to Dick
Scotleld was the fact that he led all
his forrrer Washington team mates
across the line and was Instrumental in
landing the team ahead. Georgetown
might have had a chance at the team,
trnphv had London seen fit to put In on
G. W. U. schedule.
George Washington will start . Its
basketball season this week, accord
ing to reports appearing against
the M. A. C. Ave Friday night. It Is
to be hoped that the team gets out and
makes a good showing. There have
been numerous press accounts and It
Is about time that there was something
back of the talk. Tho schedule Is not
u large ono but It Is a start and should
he, followed through to the end If every
game Is overwhelmingly lost.
Thumbnail Dope on Harry Costello
Hm pUjed la erery gnae bit tie elite hit start la the PltUbnrgh
faae la 1116.
Hag kicked a goal from fell afilait YlrfJala for three yean la
cetiloa, the lut winning the game.
Hat had time takea oat bat three times la hli career aa Georgetowa
Woa the ladoor aieet with a frit place la the pole tmH, aid defeated
Virginia for trophy.
Waa twentj-one years eld the day Georgetowa played Waehlagtea
College. Costello did aot play.
Has aerer beea sabsUtated la aay of the games la which he has takea
waa on the second eleven pretty much
all season until the Pittsburgh game.
One of the most peculiar starts In a
career on the gridiron, which has
proved to be unique, waa made by Cos
tello In his first game. He lasted Just
two minutes, receiving a sprained hand
which kept him out of the game until
Virginia was met In that never-to-be-forgotten
15 to 0 win. ..... .
It was this circumstance which kept
Costello out of the game until Vir
ginia was met. In this encounter with
the ancient rival, Costello sprang Into
prominence by scoring three drop kicks,
and earned the name of "Nine Point"
Costello. Since that game he has al
ways been In the limelight, never fall
ing to deliver the goods, and always
bringing people to their feet with his
clever kicks or startling Individual
Indoor Games to Bring Yale and Princeton Together in
Feature Relay Race Blue and Gray Athletes to
Be Primed to Win Again.
Yale and Princeton will meet again
at the Georgetown Indoor meet on
March 1, 19U. In a two-mile relay race,
If the plans now held by Manager E.
Eugene Darr, of the Blue and dray
track squad, mnterlollse. It is Darr's
Intention to have the Bulldog and the
Tiger relay race as the feature event of
the meet ontslde of the annual Georgetown-Virginia
For the past four years the sons of
Ell have met the Orange and Black
speed merchants at the Georgetown
meet and on only one occasion have the
men from the New Jersey Jungle been
al)le to ,,, lho victory from their New
Haven rivals. Every year, however, thu
race has been very close and though de
feated, the sons of old Nassau were far
from being disgraced.
Last year Yule won the race by two
feet after one of the most exciting con
tests that has ever been witnessed in
Convention Hall. Curtis Sawyer, who
was the captain, and Hayes, for Prince
mn rtiunurfri tn imln a lead of twenty
urds In the Itrsl three reluys over Sey
mour, Norris and Buker, of the New
Haven delegation, thus giving McKln
nev a substantial handicap for the final
half mile, plait, a local boy who was
Yale's last man, ran a beautiful race,
o errunnlng McKlnney's lead in the last
lap and In the Ilnal sprint managed to
cross the line a scant two feet ahead ot
his Princeton opponent.
Georgetown's part tn her own meet
promises to be much more successful
thnn It has been In the past decade, not
excepting 1912, when they won the meet
by three points, for, from the men who
have reported to Coach Mulligan during
the past week, there Is all likelihood
that one of the strongest track teams
In Georgetown's history will be devel
oped this season. , .
In the hurdles with Eller, Blackeatone
nnd P. McNuIty, the Blue and Gray In
stitution Is certain to score many points,
while Lowe in the high Jump and
Weldemann In the pole vault are almost
certain to annex first place In their
respective specialties, for both men have
attained better heights than any other
collegiate performers In this section of
In the distance events Georgetown
will have dependable men In John Gal
lagher, winner of the cross-country race
yihterday In Baltimore; Battes, Cook,
Bowles and Landon, any ono of whom
13 likely to win a race of one mile or
ln the half-mile the Hllltoppers will
depend largely on Ed Chapman to come
home a winner, although several prom
ising half-mllers are numbered among
the new candidates. For the 440-yard
dash the West End institution will
present an arrav of veterans, as Chap
man, Lunden. Davis and Brewer are
still In school and eligible for the team.
Crawford, the speed marvel from Prcs
cott, Ariz., Is also thinking of partici
pating In the quarter-mile as well as
the dashes. In the latter events he will
compete, among others, with Costello,
Eller, Brewer, McGrath, Golden and
McNally. of his own team. Taken alto
gether the outlook on the Hilltop Is
very bright for a successful season.
G. W. U. Basketball Five
Announces Its Schedule
Manager Gorman, of the George
Washington basketball team. Is busy ar
ranging dates for the team and expects
to close tho unsettled engagements in
the next tew days. But six games are
sure and several dates pending are to
be closed In 'short order.
Practically all of the teams in the
South Atlantic section are being booked
with the exception of Georgetown Unl
vnraitv nnd while the team Is suffering
on account or a lack of organization a
creditable showing Is expected.
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Perhaps the most unique thing about
Costello Is the fact that during his
three years on the Georgetown team
he has had time taken out for In
Juries Just four times. The sprain,
hand received In the University of
Pittsburgh game was In his first start,
and was the reason for having time
called for him to tie up his hand In
the Virginia game the same year.
Was Cut Over Eye.
In 1310, at West Point, Costello re
ceived a cut over his eye which necessi
tated seven stitches being taken. Time
was taken out long enough to have
the ey0 bandaged and the player re
turned to finish out the last four min
utes of the game, which went at 0 to 0.
In 1911, against Lehigh, Costello had
The list of games scheduled and those
December 13 Maryland Aggies.
December !n Catholic University.
Date unsettled Washington and Lee.
Date unsettled Virginia Military
February 1 Gallaudet.
February 18 Virginia.
February 31 tlaltlmore Medical Col
lege. Date unsettled Mt. St. Joseph's Col
lege. February 22 Loyola.
February 23 Catholic University.
Date pending Virginia,
Bouin May Come.
PARIS, Dec. 8. Jean Bouin, France's
greatest distance runner. Is planning a
trip to the United States, where he will
compete In the cross country champion
ships. He also wants to race Hannes
Kohlehmittncn, the Finnish runner, who
defeated him In the Swedish Olympics.
VVTVVtJUrf 1st Because we are in the Southeast sec-
tion of the city where rent is very much
cheaper. 2nd Our commanding leadership in this section,
together with the extraordinary large trade from distant
sections gives us such a volume of trade that we can af
ford to sell at a very SMALL MARGIN OF PROFIT.
3rd. Our entire business is in Men's and Boys' Clothes,
hence our purchases in these lines are very large and we
get very lowest prices.
We Handle Only High-Quality Clothing of Latest Fabrics and
OUR NEW WINTER STOCK IS NOW HERE
THE BIEBER-KAUFMAN CO., "-
Be Re-elected at January Session
Came to Georgetown Univer
sity From Merlden, Conn.,
time taken out again because he had
the wind knocked out of him. This
waa on Thanksgiving day, when hli
own seventy-yard dash on the return
of one of Paszettl'a punts put the Blue
and Orajr ahead and won the game at
f to a
In the last game at Georgetown,
that with V. P. I., Costello bad time
taken out again because the wind waa
knocked out of him. He was able to
return quickly ond wag Instrumental
In defeating V. P. I. by hla Ions runs
and accurate kicking.
In all Costello has played In every
game aave one that Georgetown haa
Played since the Pittsburgh game In
1910. By a peculiar coincidence the game
on November t, that with Washington
College, saw Costello on the sidelines.
Washington College was defeated by
M to 0 and Costello was saved for the
Virginia game. On that date he at
tained his majority, and for the first
time In his career aa a Georgetown
football player waa kept on the side
lines. Was Never Relieved.
Costello has never been relieved once
In a game, and with the exception of
the Washington College game haa
Played through every minute of every
game In which Georgetown has taken
part. In all tho contests he haa played
either quarterback or half, but never
once has his place been taken by a sub
stitute, nor has he ever been sent to the
In addition to this Costello has never
been the cause of having the penalty
Inflicted on hla team and he has scored
since his advent aa a Georgetown play
er fully one-third of the points gained
by his team. Those who have seen him
plav know full well his ability and Dr.
Lambeth, Virginia's athletlo advisor. Is
quoted as saying that Virginia will
never win as long as Costello Is play
ing for Georgetown.
Heralded far and wide as the best of
the Georgetown basks, Costello haa elud
ed players who were after him, knowing
that his retirement would weaken
Georgetown. That he has been able to
eland the gaff day In and day out,
weighing but ISO pounds. Is nothing
ihnrt of marvellous.
Coctello weighs something like 147
pounds In a football suit, stands Ave
feet eight lnrhes. and la Just twenty-one
years old. His football ability does not j
outsnine nis sonny in oiner sporu,
It waa his vault of eleven feet In the
Georgetown indoor meet last
that won the polot trophy for the Blue
and Gray over Virginia.
National Guard Not in
Class With Y.M.C.A, Team
The players of the National Guard
basketball team are finding that they
are not In the same class with the Y. M.
C. A. regulars today, after having suf
fered a 31-to-e defeat.
Schlosser was the only player for the
losers who waa In form, while the Y. M.
C. A. men all appeared to advantage.
and had little difficulty In displaying
a great amount of headwork, combined
with some excellent team play.
.Whichever It Is
B. K. Honest Value Price
The Man's Department Store
McBreen May Oet
Back to Managing a
Big League Team
Hughe? McBreen, former vecretary
treasury 'of the Boston Bed Sox
in the tempestuous retime of John
Interpolating; Taylor, is gunalat
for a chance to break into major
league baseball. He may be lined
up with the Philadelphia H
tionals when they get rid of Hor.
ace S. FogeL McBreen has many
friends in baseball who were
grieved when he failed to make
much ont of his Jersey City venture.
UP HIGH SCORE ON
Lambert and Keegan Prove
Stars of Exciting Basket
Catholic University basketball follow
ers are elated today over the showing
made against Gallaudet when the first
Intercollegiate game of the season went
to the Brooklanders by a 42 to 21 score.
That the team is going to have a sue.
cessful season under Coach Fred Rice
In the opinion of those who saw the
While a number of Instances of rough
work cropped out the contest was hard
fought enough to make It more than In
teresting. Catholic University players
got together early and showed to ad-
vantage with clever passes and basket
Center Lambert, for the Brooklanders,
proved to be the sensation, while Kee-
gan followed closely after with a num-
bcr of clever shots. These players man
nged to score more than half of the
points registered by Catholic Univer
sity. The first half was closely contested
and was ended with the score IS to it
In fivnr nt thn Tte,l and Black. Gettlnir
together early In the start of the second
half, goals were caged with regularity
until Catholic University was far In the
McDonald's free throwing was a fea
ture, while Battlste and Folz managed
to star for the Buff and Blue. The
game was marred by frequent fouls,
fifteen In all being called by Referee
Tanglewoods on Top.
The narrow margin of one point gives
the Tanglewood Midgets the right to
gloat over their rivals, the Outlaw A.
C. today, as the football game between
the two went at 13 to 11 Clark and
I B. Cohen proved to be substantial
I ground gainers for the winners.
$10 to $30
FAIL TO LAND BIG
TROPHY FOB BACE
Although Gallagher Wins
Cross-Country Run, Bai?
timore Men Star.
Johnny Gallagher, former Yale a
and member of the marathon Olymplo
team, now attending Georgetown Uni
versity, Is receiving all of the credit for
his win yesterday at the annual South
Atlantic championship cross-country
Tun at Baltimore.
Gallagher was able to win decisively,
never being out of the running at any
time during the race, and taking along
several of his teammates for practical
ly the entire distance. The Baltimore
C. C. C. Won the team trophy, due to
the efforts ot Geller, Scofleld, Keller,
Illteshew. of the Baltimore Y. M. C.
X, won second place, while Williams,
of Washington, running unattached,
managed to take fourth place by seme
heady and spirited sprinting.
Washington runners made a good
showing despite the fact that JMtaf
won the big trophy. Seven out r mo
first ten men to finish were Batnwtoro
runners, and while Gallagher won,
Williams and Battles finished far
enough up to warrant the prediction
that with more experience they will
be able to show to better advantage.
The order of finish Is as follows.
Name Team. Time.
Gallagher, Georgetown 54:523-1
Illteshew. Balto. Y. M. C. A... K:5
Geller, Balto. C. C. C
Williams, Wash. A. A.
Schofleld. Balto C. C. C
Kelley, Balto. C. C. C ,
Ruth, Balto. C. C. C ,
Elphlnstone, Balto. C. C. C
1.08 :28 1-5
George. Balto. C. C. C......
Johnson, Balto. C. C. C...
McDonogh, Italto. C. C. C.
Younger, HaTfo. C. C. C...
I spittle,' unattached, ' Balto.'
Merkle, Balto. C. C. C...
Phtpps. Balto. Running C.
Sheehan, Balto. C. C. C...
Dukehart, Balto. C. C. C.
Muggsy McGraw Is After
Sweeney, of the Braves '
BOSTON, Dec. 8.-BIU Sweeney Is be
Ing sought by Manager McGraw, of the
champions. Indeed, McGraw Is said to
be willing to give three players for him.
If Sweeney can be obtained, he will re
place Larry Doyle at second, the bril
liant captain of the Giants sliding
across to the shortneld.
It has leaked out here that Fred
Clarke, of the Pirates, offered nine
players last summer for Sweeney and
was refused. He waa willing to part
with McCarthy, Vlex. and Rehg, In-
fielders: Mensor and Donlln, outfielders;
Camnltz, Robinson, and Warner, pitch
ers; and a catcher.
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