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McRoy Refuses to Consider Resignation From RedSoxGedeon Will Be Tried at Third Base
SHOWING THAT THE COMPANY ISN'T ALWAYS TO BLAME
THE WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912.
DOESN'T INTEND TO
RESIGN HIS PUCE
Charges Mayor Fitzgerald
, With Seeking His Own
GRIFFITH WILL TRY
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San Francisco Lad Recovers From
Mild Attack of
"I do not Intend to resign from the
Boiton club, and I do not expect to be
iked to quit) either," boldly announce!
Robert McRoy, the extremely unpopu
lar secretary-treasurer of the Red Box
In Chicago today. "The attempt of
Mayor Fltsgerald to have me separated
from the club la only another of hla
achemea for getting publicity for himself.-
"I wouldn't conalder the release of
McRoy for an Instant," says Jimmy
McAleer. "Why. he's the brains, the
business brains, of tho club. I couldn't
at along without htm. Never will he
leave the Red Sox until I do, no mat
ter how many Mayor Fitsgeralda are
out for his scalp."
With Mayor Fltxgerald on McRoy's
trail, demanding his giving way to a
Boston man, and Inciting the dyed-tn-the-wool
Hub fans to keep ding donglng
McRoy alt over town, the seats of the
mighty up there In New England
should be Mlcd with tacks and many
needle during this coming summer.
It Is not expected that Ban Johnson
will surrender In the face of the assault
upon his own personal representative,
McRoy, but It would not be surprising
to have the secretary-treasurer grace
fully drop out of Boston baseball affairs
in another year. It will be the way of
wisdom, for Boston has made up Its
mind that McRoy won't do, and they
have a delicate way up there of Insist
ing o nwhat they want until they get It.
.Gedeon Is AU Right.
Joe Oedeon, the San Francisco re
cruit to receive a trial by the Climbers
next spring, has completely recovered
from a slight attack of typhoid fever
thta he had six weeks ago, and Man
ager Griffith, far from worrying over
his condition, is planning to try him at
second base when he shows up at Char
lottesville. Oedeon pwlayed more than forty
games at second for Ban Francisco last
year, displaying considerable ability to
cover ground. Then he returned to the
outfield, whero he continued his mar
velous fielding evhlbltlons, which have
made him the talk of the coast circuit.
Aa j. the. Climbers need a good second'
baseman. Manager Griffith will give tho
?8,t ?.ad every opportunity of showing
his skill at that place.
Uttlo Interest la being shown here In
th eAmerlcan league sideshow, due to
y.e.n in 9hlco.B0 tomorrow. Washington
will hardly figure In any trade. Man
ager Griffith not even attending the
m.e?.,in5 President Minor leaves to
night for the Windy City to act as
ottclal representative of the club.
:.' xpfed. "!at ,no new manager
h ffi? N.1W' York .club W,M be announced
?!!""" U18 ""Mil", but tt Is not as
sured. Ban Johnson today denied that
Fielder Jones would be named, but he
forgot to add just who would.
Old Case Up Again.
The old case of Jack O'Connor vs. the
' ! Browns UP again In the
Mound City, and a hearing will be held
aoon. Just before the season of 1910
O Connor signed a two-year, contract to
manage the Browns. He was let out
afte rone year and he Is suing Col. Bob
Hedges for 5,00i. his salary for the sec
ond year. This will be the first civil
Sot DaDalI since the war days of
O'Connor was deposed following the
scandal arising from Larry Lajole's
famous six hits In a single game toward
the close of the 1310 season. "Red" Cor
rldon, the Tlg-rs' Inflelder .was the
man who let the btniilcs go through
him that dav. O'Connor was wholly ab
solved by Ban Johnson of any com
plicity In the scandal, but he was let go
by Hedges, just the same.
Syracuse promoters are endeavoring
to purchaso the Jersey city franchise in
the International League and transfer
it. Jersey City had n poor 'car finan
cially In 1912. and Jim Llllls Is not
.verse to selling It.
Larry Lajole'n contract closed last
October, and he wantK to sign another
for the tame terms, said to be close
to tlO,000. . 'When Lajole resigned as
manager of the Naplandera he was con
tinued on at the same salary, and he
wants this to keen up now. It Is be
lieved, however, that ho will have to
suffer a cut In Mb coin If he cares to
play ball any more. The Naps made
little money In 1912 and can't afford to
pay him his old price.
Oeorere Btovall has sinned James J.
Greenhalgh, a young backstop or Catns
uqua. Pa., for a trial In the spring. Ho
was under contract with the London
club, of the Canadian League.
The Climbers will entertain the Brook
lyn Suberbas here April 2 and 3.
Match Is Assured.
NEW YORK, Dec. 10. By the receipt
of a formal challenge for the West
Chester Cup now In possession of the
Polo Asosclatlon of North America, a
national polo match between England
and this country was practical) assured
for next year. The Hurllngham Club,
which dominates the polo Held In Eng
land, suggests that the matches be held
In this country early In June.
PARIS, Dec. 10. The French Athletic
Association authorities todnv were In
vestigating charges of professionalism
mado against Reginald Phllbrook, of
Portland. Ore., and Notre Dame Unler.
slty In Indiana, who la now pluvlni:
football at Marseilles. It was said that
the disqualification of Phllbrook moat
probably would result from the Inquiry.
Je was ii member of the American
NEW YORK, Dec. 10,-Beforo night
fall Tom Lynch Is expected to be
chosen to lead the National Lcugue for
another year. There Is no opposition
whatever. The annual meeting of tho
league opens today.
To Meet in Boston.
'BOSTON, Dee. 10. Announcement war
mado today that Harvard und'Yale will
meet twice In hockev games at the Bos
ton Arena on February 1 and 22,
CASE GOING WELL
National League Directors
Turn Matter Over to
NEW YORK, Dec. 10. Roger Bres
nahan'a ras against the St. Louis club
seems to bo gotn? his way. The di
rectors of the league, after listening
to both sides, have decided to Icavo
the entire matter to a referee, to sit
In Bt. Louis soon. Under the Mis
souri laws the referee subpoenas wit
nesses and mako them swear to their
testimony. The decision of tho referee,
which has all the weight of law be
hind It, will be accepted by the Na
tional League dlrcctois, according to
their vote In session here.
It Is believed here that Brcsnahan
has practically won hla case. He has
two contracts ,one a regular baseball
contract, and the other a plain busi
ness contract. Under the first he was
released, but under the second he can
not be dropped without full payment
of Its obligations, which call foi 110.011
a year mid 10 per cent of the receipts
of the club. This second contract has
four more years to run.
That Garrv Herrmann means to take
an active part In smoothing over the
many difficulties facing the National
League Is evidenced by hla strong de
fense of Bresnahan. He laughed at tho
statement that Bresnahan had " not
tried to do his best," pointing to the 10
per cent clause In the contract and re
ferring to several new players devel
oped under his management.
"Furthermore," said Herrmann, "Bres
nahan must be pretty well thought of
when four clubs decline to waive on him
and Barnev Drcyfuss stands ready to
pay him $10,000 a year to catch for the
Pirates. I might as well say. too, that
Dreyfuss won't get him until I have
had a chance to put tn my bid for the
Cincinnati club." ....
Umpire Charles Rtgter has filed a
claim against the Philadelphia club for
12.200. claiming It Is owid him for ob
taining the signature of Kppa Rlxcy.
jr., to a Phlllv contract. Rlgler claims
he was promised $2,500 and has been
Kald but. $900 of It. In postponing tha
earing of the claim, the directors took
their opportunity to dUcouiiiKe the um
pires In scouting for clubs, although
President Lynch ts said to have agreed
to Rlgler's pl'in ut Charlottesville. Va
whero he and Rlxey were students.
National Indoor Team
Plays Baseball Dec. 18
Arrangements have been completed by
Manager Palmer of the Notional in
door baseball team, to play the Refor
mation nine at the Arcade on December
18. Reformation will have a number of
clever players In the lineup and a good
ganio .Is expected.
Indoor beseball as played by tho teams
now, combines the outdoor game with
the regular Indoor game, and takes the
best features of the two. Tho Nationals
will be composed of all of the old stars
who have been playing this season.
Brush Will Probated.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Dec. 10. The
will of the late John T. Brush, probated
yesterday, gave his shares In tho New
York National League baseball club
Into a trust composed of Naahley Lloyd,
of Cincinnati, and Harry N. Hemp
stend, of Indianapolis, who are to ad
minister tho property for the benefit of
Mrs. Elsie Tombuid DruBh, tho widow;
Nature Tombnrd Blush, her daughter,
and Mrs. Uleanor Brush Hemp?teud, a
riaurhter by Brush's first wife. Tha
three are to share equally In dividends
and Income. Tne trustee, Hempstead
of this city. Is the dead man's son-ln-law,
and present vice president of the
Are Ahead of Record.
NEW YORK, Dec. lO.-At 11 o'clock
today the six-day racers In Madison
Square Garden wero all hunched at 732
miles three laps, the old record belnn
721 miles unit seven laps, more was
brisk riding all through tho night. The
old game of colliding to prevent being
lapped Is being worked Hteudlly by the
veterans, and the Held Is keeping well
BOB THAYER'S SPORTING GOSSIP
Another big Joke.
"The odds are ccn," says a New
York paper In commenting on tho Mc-Carthey-Flynn
bout tonight. In addi
tion the slamming bee Is designated as
one which will decide the white heavy
weight title. Since when did cither of
these white hopes ever get a look-In at
a regular title?
They hate the courts.
As a matter of cold fact, the directors
havo been scared lest Bresnahan take
his troubles to court, knowing what It
might lead to. In referring the case to
a referee In St. Louis, they are merely
"passing the buck." They consumed six
hours In deciding they had Jurisdiction
find then In two minutes declined to
decide for themselves. Fine business!
Rube Mnrquard demands $10,000 a year
hereafter from the Giants, or he will
remain an actor. The southpaw Is an
excellent fllnger, but the marvelous
Christy Mathcwson, with all his years
of service, gets no more than that. But
Christy Isn't a vaudevllllan, he has no
alternative. "Muggsy" should worry.
Murphy Is silent.
Strange, but "Chattering" Charlie
Murphy, even though surrounded by
waiting scribes, has been silent through
one whole day's session of hla league.
Wonder what Garry Herrmann could
have told him in the anteroom of the
league headquarters a few weeks ago,
after he had been embroiled In the
Rube Marquard Wants
$10,000 for Services
ST. LOUIS. Dec. 10.-"Unlcss I re
ceive $10,000 a ear from the Giants, I
shall not play ball next season," an
nounces Rube Marquard, doing a vaude
vlllo turn here. "Mlsa Seeley and I are
now booked for twenty-two weeks and
we shall continue on through the sum
mer, If McGraw doesn't come across
with the money.
"I guess I deserve all or thai tinnov
Winning nineteen straight games last
season and then copping two gamea
from the Red Box In tho world',, series
entitles me to some consideration."
Rugby Football to
Be Played on Coast
LONDON, Dec. la Rugby football
players at the Universities of Oxford
and Cambridge were asked today to
from a combined team to undertake a
tour of the Pacific coast. The Invita
tions were sent out bv the secretary of
the Oxford University Athletics Club.
It Is Intended, should the team be
formed, to play a series of eight games
against teams representing the Leland
Stanford and California Universities
and club teams. The matches will take
place next autumn.
Morrison Is Leader.
PRINCETON. N. J.. Dec. 10,-Donald
M. Morrison will he the captain of the
Tigers cross-country team next year.
He Is the first second year man to
recehe this honor In many years. His
home Is In Big Run, Pa., but It Is
generally believed that his home was
not named In honor of his athletic
achievements In college.
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 10. Charles
"Kid" Keinath has resigned as coach
of tho Pennsylvania basketball team,
owing to a press of other business. Ar
thur Klefaber, Kcnlnath's assistant,
will replace him, assisted by "Dutch
Sommers and James pltspatrick.
Keinath, Klefaber, Sommors. and Fltz
patrtck all played with Penn's cham
pionship live In 1903 and 1909.
J. Edward Chapman has taken tho
agency for the White Hue of pleasure
cars and trucks, formerly handled by
the Imperial Motor Company,
Our concedes' HavIe1 B6tf ABiTe td
' MOVING AVJrXY ftOtt, THE NTftArJC&
AFTER" BoRbttfG & STfeeerAfc.
IS A BOOST."
Fogcl affair. It must have been pep
pery. Carter Is picked.
"Hev" Carter certainly deserves the
captaincy of the University of Virginia
team and his showing during the past
season stamps him as one of the best
men In the country. Carter Is looked
upon to lead Virginia out of the rut
that It has fallen Into on the lust couple
of years. He Is said to be strongly in
fax or of taking on a heavier schedule
Crack at Penaj.
The University of Pennsylvania ath
letic association ducked the appoint
ment of a football coach at Its meeting
yesterday, and, from all Indications and
reports the whole system should be rad
ically changed. Certain It Is that the
Philadelphia papers make no bones
about handing Penn a wallop on all
Basketball on boards.
The football men are about through
save for several banquets and the elec
tion of captains. Basketball will now
take undisputed possession of attention
until the coming mid-winter athletic
carnivals and meets. And this new year
to come. Will It be productive of the
same record-breaking performances that
marked the past summer?
Apparently Roger Brcsnahun will col
lect most of the money due htm on
his contract with the Bt. Louis club,
but Isn't It about time for the National
League to make an official stand on the
question of forcing clubs to live up to
their contracts with managers? Present
methods bring the league Into disrepute
with honest men.
Of Ward as Coach
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 10. The ath
letic association of the University of
Pennsylvania, at a meeting last night,
demanded a change In the coaching
sstem, passing a resolution empowci
Ing the rowing committee to obtain a
successor to Ellis Ward, the veteran In
structor of the Quaker crews. Ward's
contract does not expire until Septem-
iii-i , ivia.
John C. Brown, who presented the
resolution, said: "The personal foellni-
of one man should not rise higher than
me gooa or tne university. tih present
situation demands that something be
done at once. The fact that we have
not won a race In eleven years at
Poughkecpslo s In It Keif conclunhe. Mr
Ward hasn't produced the results and
some definite expression of opinion
should be had from the association aa
to whether or not they are In favor of
Sanction for Its Meet
Georgetown has received Its sanction
from the A. A. U. for Its annual Indoor
meet to be held at Convention Hall on
March 4. The following District ath
letes have been registered: Bart J.
Rowley, Jr.. Lawrence 8. Cook, and
James D. Battles. Jr.. of Georgetown;
Charles A. King, former South Atlantic
4W champion, of the Washington
Elmer Thomas Fisher and Francis
Donovan, of Carroll Institute, and .1.
M. McLeod and George D. Richer, of
the Memorial A. C.
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CHAJtUES LOW IKCMJDtKO MEDICI.Ngi.
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TO THE BIG LEAGUE
Friend of Peerless Leader
Says Chicago Man
Will Play Again.
CHICAGO, Dec. lO.-Frank Chance
has not been lost to baseball. He Is
willing to come back next year and
demonstrate that he still Is as good a
manager as he ever was. provided he
get a chance. It will bo necessary,
however, to show him the color of a
tilcu fat ralury before he consents to
brCba.VHfru4gTn.Krovo and ,ake UP
This Information was brought back to
Sh"KO ,.from. -'""ornla by Cant
Thomas Meugher. who has just return-
iir.mv.a V'lt ihQ co"", where he
held several confabs with the former
leader of the Cubs team. This news Is
?Tih,a? or a "? after the Apori
to f,n,ereJew".w,,h "8 elesa Leader
to tho effect that he waa through with
the iiamn tnr nil ,i ."."" .""
rnZ a w ino -ncinnaii club.
chElSfm 7i ? q.u."lJ.?"-La A that
& -f.Sr . mtlo eagV'toTon, bi k ft
f.ho.h..,h.at J"-" '" notaii ln an that hS
la able to do as good work aa a leader
as he ever was In his life. Of course
Li" ncce"ea.ry to glvo him the right
kind of a contract to get him Interested,
but any club that can get him would be
foolish not to give the money for him.
I met Chance In Frisco at the Wol
gast fight. I saw him a couple of times
and we had a good visit each time. I
was down In Los Angeles later and
went out Into tho country to his ranch."
The Cincinnati club, therefore, Is sure
of a good manager for the coming sea
son If Tinker Is not allowed to take up
tho reins of office. Secretary ohn Bruce
of the national commission, who la go
ing to California to see Chance on be
half of Garry Herrmann, will not be
turned down cold and told that there U
no possibility of securing him to lead
the Reds. It Is more than likely that
Chanco would prefer getting nwuy from
the Nntlonnl League and casting his lot
with the American League Is possible.
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How To Keep
By MIKE MARTIN.
Trainer of the Nationals.
Tt l a mlilnlfon M. Ihflt n Rlltl. tO
keep In good physical shape, must have
a gymnustic parapnernaua. ui
some of the best work a boxer does ln
training is his so-called "shadow box
ing" and skipping rone. Any man can
get a cane for the following exercises.
Don't have a short one, though, for it
should be fairly long.
By closely following directions, you
may work wonders with your back'and
shoulder muscles. Indeed, with nothing
,.. than thl slender cane and ten
minutes each morning, you may develop
your abdominal muscles ana cneai
much as If you belonged to a gymna
Of course. If you have time to belong
to a gymnasium class, there Is no need
of taking these cane exercises, though
you may jcontlnue the preliminary ex
ercises I have already outlined. Your
gymnasium Instructor will see that you
arrive at tho same results under his
Good for Chest.
Take your cane and grasp It with
the hands about eighteen or twenty
Inches apart Spread your feet about
the same distance. This may be called
your regular "attention position."
Now. keeping our arms straight,
, i. .... ,,n Aii. vmir head.
bringing it back to the original "atten-.
tlon." ltepcai tnia icn ur W"",'. . 5
taking long breaths meanwhile. At first
don't try to hurry this exercise. To be
beneficial tt should be thorough. In a
short time you will find It of great good
to the muscles of the chest, shoulders,
and arms. ,
The second movement, which develops
the chest, arms, legs, back, and abdo
men, starts from the same "attention"
position. First swing the cane up over
jour head as ln the first movement
and then, bending at the waist bring It
down. The cane should fall about at
your shins. Repeat this movement, too,
ten or fifteen times.
The Lilt Movement.
The final movement I shall describe
today starts from the same "attention"
position. Bring the cane up on a level
with jour chest, turning the wrist to
bring it up against your body. Repeat
this, also, ten or a dozen times before
resting. In a short time you will find
It developing your upper arms and your
shoulders. The simplest exercises are
often the best.
In all these cune exercises don't try to
overdo them. After you hae performed a
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certain prescribed movement ten time
or so, stop for a short rest of five or
icn seconds before repeating it
In all theso exercises, stop the mo
ment you feel tired. That's nature's
signal which should be obeyed at once.
If you are tarrjing too much weight
you should perform every movement
with as much vim as possible, remem
bering that only hard work will take
on. your extra pounaage.
Clarke Says Pirates
Have Three Star Men
Manager Fred Clarke claims his Pitta
burgh Pirates Include three players
each of whom Is unsurpassed In his
own field of fame.
The three are Hans Wagner, the
greatest shortstop; Marty O'Toole, the
$a,&00 pitcher, who Is the most expen
sle ball player: and Walter Rchg. the
freshen minor leaguer that ever broke
Into tho big show. This story has to
do with Rehg.
Rehg started last spring with the
Pirates. He was farmed to St Paul.
hltt Itna kun nui.tlu4 -
Rehg has sosscd everybody, and al-
";o .ui nta will! IU
The first time he faced a big league
pitcher, batting for another Pirate, Urn
plre Hilly Klem asked him who he was
"Myself," said Rehg.
Klem Insisted on knowing his name,
and then asked hnw It was spelled.
iou uun i apeu ii, repiica rteng.
"You whistle it."
ttl A tlMA In Tlo.t. lflt. T.ll
peeved becausa Max Carey missed tha
jii 1 . """ mine, cuuains
Mike to miss a hit.
"Gee whizz!" complained Mike on the
tl.n.tl "Y ..An. trM..,,. !... . ..
v.tw... . w.f. i .nun wiiui was me
matter with Carey. Why, everybody In
thA rtnrV Ftnt fav ml tji,. rim tt
AatA Ik.U HA anil n AI... .....-..-
uw.v ..w m.. B.au u ioiu uutaiuo
the park got It, too." cut In Rehg. "See
that fellow," and he pointed to a sign
yai.iujr uii Buuuuiu. lie gui h ana is
Summers Is Champion.
LONDONf. Dec. 10 Johnny Summers
Is the new welterweight champion of
Kngland, having just defeated Sid
Burns, the former holder of tho title.
Summers took the belt on points last
ITS A B S I J
HALL STAR. 1 J W
cZf! OLD SORE
BUT WOT WITH SALVES
Every old Bore can be cured unless it be of a malignant cancerous na
ture. But no chronic ulcer can be cured by the application of salves or
other external treatment. You must get down to the origin and cause
before you can produce curative effects. Bad blood is responsible for old
sores, and the one certain cure, therefore, (is a thorough purification and
upbuilding of tbecirculation. As long as impurities ere left in the blood
they will be deposited into the ulcer to keep up the inflammation and ir
ritation, a d nature can make no progress toward
lf? D I2 healing the place. Kothine is so sure to oroduce a.
ryfisw uavj cure Qf 0jd sores
blood. S. S. S. makes pure blood, and pure blood is nature's unfailing
cure for old sores. Book on Sores and Ulcers and any medical advicej
lrec- THE SWIFT SPECmC CO. ATLAUTA..GA. ,
BILLY SULLIVAN IS
REPLACED BY KID AS
Ray Schalk, Not Yet 21,
Earns Berth as Receiver
For Famous Hurler.
CHICAGO, Dec. 10. It goes without
saying that Ed Walsh, the king of the
spltball pitchers and one of the best
hurlers baseball has ever known, will
have a new battery partner next sea
son. Walsh has worked with the vet
eran Billy Sullivan so long that every
time It was announced that the spltball
er would go to the firing line It waa
reasonable to expect Sully to do tho
But baseball's best battery combina
tions, such as Young-Crlger, Joss
Clarke, Matthewson-Dresnahan, and
any number of others, cannot go on
forever. And so It is with Walqh and
The catcher who will work with
Walsh regularly next season has not yet
attained hla majority. He Is Ray
Schalk. who backstopped for the Mil
waukee Brewers during the past sea
son, and who finished with the White
Schalk handled Walsh's offerings In
Big Kd's victories over the Cubs In the
post-season series. Ed regards the kid
as the coming star catcher. Sullivan
has run his race as a big leaguer and
Walsh is fortunate In having such a
worthy successor as Schalk to take Sul
Western and Business will meet to
day ln a practice game of basketball
at the Western High School gymna
sium. Business was defeated by Ca
thedral .rr the opening game of the
scholastic series, whllo Western lost its
opener to Gatlaudct last week.
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at the sam time the most penetrating and blood-purifying
properties.! It removes every particle of mor
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