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Henry Expects to Leave Hospital Bed Today Grift Signs Second Cuban i6rT$al
HEM EXPECTS TO
QUIT HIS ROOM AT
Loyola Team From Baltimore. Stands No Show on C. U's Floor
Big Backstop's Knee Improves,
But He Will Not Leave Town
for Some Days Yet.
Feels Confident of Another Vic
tory After Defeating Loyola
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TO JOIN CLIMBERS
Manager Griffith Signs Lad
From Cradle to Try for Out
field Job This Spring.
John Henry, expects to leave his room
at Georgetown University Hospital to
day. His knee is yielding rapidly to
the treatment provided for It by Mique
Martin, the sate and sane trainer of
the Climbers, and the big catcher
should be out and around town tomor
row. However, he will continue to
have Martin treat the Injured knee,
visiting him at the T. M. C. A. each
"I am pleased to hear of Henry's re
covery," said Manager Griffith today,
"but I don't intend to let any accident
rob me .of him now that he has gone
through the operation for that floating
cartilage. 1 shall keep him around
here, though, for a while. I want to
be sure that he has recovered before
letting him run home to Massachusetts.
"If John recovers as Martin expects,
he should be going home next Satur
day or Sunday. He'll have a short va
cation then at bis- home and return
' here for the week's preliminary train
ing before we go down to Charlottes
ville." Manager Griffith counts on Henry to
divide the, reason's work with "Rlppy"
TVUllams. Ainsmlth will catch Walter
Johnson, but will hardly work with any
other twirler. owing to his health. He
handles the big fellow as if he were a
rookie, delighting in his tremendous
speed. But Eddie will rest when "Wal
ter isn't down to twirL
Gets Another Cuban.
Two young Cubans will struggle for
outfield job with the- Climbers at Char
lottesville. The second one is Baldo
mcro Acosta. a sixteen-year-old youth,
who has been doing good work in
Havana this winter and has the recom
mendation or Victor Munoz, Griff's
Acosta will hardlj-make- a place on
'the team this spring, 'but -If he comes
anywhere near predictions, he will be
kept attached to a string from the
Southern building in this city to some
minor league outfit for at least a year.
He is an outfielder of remarkable speed,
some ability at the bat and needs only
age and experience.
Young Calvo, whose brother will try
to beat out Bill Carrigan with the
world's champion Red Sox, is playing
tilth the Almendares, the strongest
learn in Havana, and should report at
Charlottesville In shape to Jump right
Into the fray. As nelthcrof these young
Cubans is a master of English, Griff Is
thinking of teaming them up with
some other member of the team In
, order that they may learn. Tom Hughes
will make a fine roomie for Calvo and
Hay Morgan an excellent companion for
Groom Is Confident.
Bobby Groom, the elongated, attenu
ated toothpick twirler, wintering in St.
Louis, where he Is attending classes at
a medical school-In the hopes of be
coming a saw-bones some day when he
quits playing the national game, says
that if the Mackmcn don't cop the ban
ner, the Climbers will. Bob must have
his ear to the ground, or have an Inside
tip from somebody to have discovered
this charming bit of information.
It is strange, but nevertheless true,
that most writers, managers, and
players dope the Red Sox to fall down
this season in their efforts to cop their
second successive pennant. That re
markable run of the champions last
jcar. when they went clear through
till September without bumping Into a
hospital list, is not looked for this sea
son, and that's the answer. If the Red
Sox had bumped Into the same luck
that hit the Climbers and the Mackmen
In 1912. they would 'not have been in
first place when the curtain tumbled.
The Mackmen got away poorly, and
not till the end of the campaign did
Bender and Coombs round Into winning
form. Danny Murphj-, a most depend
able slugger, was lost to his team for
hair the season, following an Injury to
his knee in Chicago. Despite their win
ning streak, the Climbers were hard hit
when they lost Johnson's services for
three weeks right when he was needed
most. They, too, got away to a poor
tart. and yet clung on like bulldogs
to the very end.
it is more than unlikely that the Red
Sox will have such good luck two years
running. If they fall to start well, no
oungsterx will be battling for Jobs. If
Wood and Bedlent fall to equal last
j car's records, and one or two of the
innelders slow up, It'll be good night
to the chances of the champions.
Y. M. C. A. Regulars
Take Ragged Game
m Playing ragged basketball and keep
ing the score near a tie until the final
few minutes of play. Y. M. C. A. Reg
ulars and Epiphany teams were con
testants In a game which the former
won by 27 to 3. The game was by no
means as one-sided as the score Indi
cates. Epiphany's defensive play was by far
the best that has been shown by a
visiting team on the Y floor this year.
Time and again the home players
worked the ball well up to the basket,
only to lose It through Interference on
the part of the visiting guards. Gheen
and Strasbaugh, In particular, loomed
up far above the ordinary In this re-
fpect, polling one chance after anoth-
tfr by clever blocking.
The home players were up to their
old tricks, though, and managed to keep
a comfortable lead from the start. Tho
first half was closely contested, ending
with the figures at 13 to 7 In favor of
the Y. The teams played on even
terms most of the way superior shoot-ine-
giving the home quint Its margin.
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Baltimore ' Manager Thinks
Youngsters Are Best Gar
deners in the Country.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Jan. Si. Ac
cording to Jack Dunn, manager of tho
Baltimore 'Orioles, Jimmy Walsh and
Eddie Murphy are going to be the king
pin gardeners for the Ath'letlcs next
summer. He hasn't a doubt about It,
either, lie says.
"Those two kids will be among the
leading fielders of the American League
In 1912." says Dunn, who once was some
performer around, the inner works him
self. "Why, Mack has the two best young
outfielders In the country In Walsh and
Murphy. These boys played under me
In Baltimore, and I know what they can
do. They didn't play in enough games
in Philadelphia last season to show their
true worth, yet they made a good show
ing. "Give them a chance to start the sea
son working In every game and they
will show class. Ah Mack has Strunk
Hnd Oldring for the post In center, he
lias about as much a problem arrang
ing his outfield as Ills $100,000 lnlleld."
Athletic partisans hope that Dunn Is
handing out prime dope, for if Walsh
and Murphy come up to the mark It
will make pennant success easier.
Both of these youths have vlgncd
those papers for 1913. Mack obtained
their signatures before the club dis
banded last fall.
Eddie Murphy played In thirty-three
games in right field last fall and soused
the pill for the handsome credit of 317.
besides glimmering like a glowworm on
the defense. He Is a pugnacious tad
who fights for his rights every Inch of
Lehign avenue sharps believe that he
Is the beat man topping a Mack batting
oraer since live aays ropsy Hartscl was
good. Murphy Is a good waiter and
run-getter and gets on some waj.
Walsh is a different type of outfielder.
He lays his beef against the ball and
punches out savage belts. Playing in
thirty-one games, he returned a per
centage of .252; but Jimmy Is not the
nasny Kind or player and must be seen
In numerous box scores before his worth
crops out. ,
Y. M. C. A. Will Honor
Griff on Thursday
A reception will be tendered Manager
Clark C. Griffith. Mlqye Martin, and
John Henry at the Y. M. C A. Thurs
day afternoon under the auspices of the
baseball league of the boys department.
The three baseball men will shake
hands with all the daring lads In the
city who care to take the chance. An
extended athletic program will be car
ried through, and it is rumored that
Griffith will tell the real Inside details
of that "dccr-slaylng" trip of his to
Montana last fall.
Atlantic City Polo
Team to' Show Here
The Washington polo team will battle
the strong Atlantic City team at tho
Arcade Thursday night and the belt
game of the neaon is expected. Man
ager Whiting will endeavor to bring to
the Capital several other strong tcunw
from Philadelphia and surrounding sec
tions and iiopes to provide the local
fans with their favotlt entertainment
for the remainder of the winter, new
oppoents appearing here each week
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Negotiations Fail Between Hill-
toppers and Commodores
for Football Game.
Vanderbllt, football champions of the
South, will not be seen at the Hilltop
next fall, negotiations for a contest
having fallen through. The Blue and
Gray management sought a game with
the Commodores on Thanksgiving Day,
but Vanderbllt meets Sewanee on that
day. and will not give up this contest.
Carlisle, too, has declined to come here
on Turkey Day, preferring to book a
game with some larger university where
the profits will be greater. It looks
now as If V. P. I or Bucknell will be
the attraction at the Hilltop in the final
game of the season.
Georgetown may take a trip to Wor
cester, Mass., though, for a game with
Holy Cross. Manager Barrett Is now
In communication with the Worcester
collegians. Holy Cross Journeyed to
St. Louis last fall, but will not make
the trip again. It Is thought that
Georgetown will be a good attraction In
West Point Is peeking another game
with the Blue and Gray. In 1910
Georgetown gained great fame by a
no-score tie with the Army eleven, and
It Is possible that they will meet again
Carlisle will be played hero on No
vember 1. a week later than lat year.
North Carolina A. and M. will be nla.-ed
at Raleigh. N t' , on Thursday, Oc
Analostan Crews to
Soon Begin Training
It was announced at a reception of
the Analostan Boat Club last night, at
which It was the purpose to acquaint
the veteran oarsmen with new as
pirants for places In the boats, that
there would be three crews represent
ing the club this scafon. and that train
ing would be commenced on March 1,
except In case of bad weather.
The plan of Coach Hecox, after get
ting his men through the rarly train
ing. Is to hold a number of small re
gattas to determine the ability of the
men nml thus make his Hcleetlona. A.
representative will be sent to the Ameri
can Henley at Philadelphia If the prog
ress of the oarsmen Is sufficient to as
sure a good nliowlng.
Examination Held for '
J C Kimball, of the Delaware State
College, has taken the examination for
athletic director at Eastern High School.
An appointment will not be made for
several days; until Superintendent
Davidson can examine the papers.
Besides having entire charge of ath
letics at Eastern, the person appoint
ed to the athletic directorship will teach
some subject The creation of this po
sition will probably do away with em
ploying n separate coach for each sport
The Washington association football
club Is playing the Roscdalc club on
the letter's ground today. It was ex
pected that the game will be a hotly
contested one, as the teams liuve never
met before, and each Is anxious to get
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IT WAS SOME
BOB THAYER'S SPORTING GOSSIP
Robbing the cradle.
Manager Griffith Is robbing the cradle
when he signs up a sixteen-year-old lad
for a trial with the Climbers. Young
'Acosta may develop Into a wonder, but
isn't his age greatly against him? It
cannot do a boy much good to start
training at such an age.
.Manager Griffith Is doing his share of
worrying about John Henry. He knows
that :r the big Amherst collegian falls
to recover his form of last spring he
will be up against a tough problem.
Henry is quite the best backstop In
this league and ins disability will force
Griff to depend wholly upon Ainsmlth
and Williams, with some green boy try
ing to be third-string catcher.
Thorpe In danger.
Jim Thorpe seems to be in danger of
being declared a professional and hav
ing his hard-won laurels taken from
nim. It is unfortunate that he 1 the
target of so much recrimination. How
ever, that's the penalty he must pay
for lying. But when one thinks of the
many other alleged amateursnot so un
tutored as the Indian, who arc as bad,
he has some extenuation.
Papke vs. Klaus.
Billy Papke and Krank Klaus are due
to meet In a twenty-round bout In Tarls
on March S. If Klaus Is In shape, he
should win. Papke has slowed up fast
in the last two jcars. while the "Pitts
burgh Bear Cat" Is one of the toughest
men2 in the ring. Time was when
Papne might easily have won, but
Klaus looks good to me.
With The Horses
Entries for today at Juarez and to
morrow at Charleston are as follows:
First race Selling: three-year-olds
nnd upward; six furlongs. Tom G., 93;
Loving Mose. 90; Swift Sure. 92; Clint
Tucker, 103; Bus?, 103; Quid Nunc, 103;
Pipe Vision. 106.
Second race Selling; four-j car-olds
and upward; one and one-eighth miles.
Miss Prislon. 95; Gctyoe, 102, After
math. 102; Don Enrique. 102; Ben Uncas,
103; Shorty Northiut, 110.
Third race Selling: three-year-olds
and upward; six furlongs. Bells, 92;
Percy Henderson. 105; Russell McGill,
105- Princess Industry, 106: Golden Ag
nes, 105; Shooting Spra, ill, Compton.
Fourth race Scnorltas stakes, two-vear-olds;
three and one-half furlongs.
Lenlce D.. 110; Mrs. McC. 110; Yip HI
Ya 110; Lone. 110; Water Lady, no;
Barbara Lane, 110: Panhachapl. 110;
Superl. 110; Gladys II, 115; Aunt Mamie,
111; Ida Lavlnla. 113.
Fifth race Purse: three-j ears-olds
and upward: six furlongs. Lewln, 93:
... r, ,., 01. in. niehntri 100: Ronnn.
za, 100; Enfield, JOS; Injury, 113.
Sixth race Selling; three- car-olds
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Console. 101; Sake. 106: Sir Alvescott.
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frir.i rare Tr.o-vcar-olds: nure. $300:
nne.Mimrur mile, a Carbureter, li::
a Preserver, l: Ave, H2; Ida Cook.
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bEdna Laika. 112; bJohn llatcliar, 115;
Gordon, 115: Bulgarian, 115; Scrirsdale,
lis: sonny not. in.
Second race Three-year-olds ana up;
IS A BOOST."
Kid Egan was robbed of a victory ifi
Baltimore Friday night, according to
his friends, who Journeyed over to see
the battle. They all declare on their
oaths th.t Egan outpointed and out-
puncnea uaiy ana snould have received
the award from tho referee. Well, per
haps when the two lads are hooked up
again, a referee's decision will be un
necessary. The K. O. settles these
Like a Chinaman, the ways of tho
amateur officials arc devious and
strange. Here's Percy Haughton, recog
nized professional football -coach, ad
mitted to compete for the amateur
racquet double championship, while
Jim Thorpe faces expulsion for playing
minor league oaseoau. i a like to nave
some A. A. U. man explain some of
this to me.
Wants clean boxing.
Governor Sulzer sriys he wants clean
boxing In New York. Don't blame him,
cither. Boxing is one of tho best phys
ical developers known, but the prin
cipals In this sport are about the worst
connected with anything but a band of
yeggs. If New York can curb the pro
moters ana managers, the boxers will
take care of the rest of It.
They are still chattering in New York
over Frank Chance's desire to have
his team branded tho , "New Yorks."
The Idea seems to have frightened the
fans, who will be in doubt as to the
identity of the team under that name.
Never mind, fans and scribes, the name
will fasten itself upon the outfit b
At The Tracks
purse. J300; sflllng: five and a half fur
longs. Pretty Molly. 93: Chilton King,
83; EIma. 95; Veneta Strome, 1K; Sar
gent Kirk. 102: Eaton. 105; Berkeley,
1C9; Camel, 109; Bodkin, 114.
Third race Three-year-olds and up;
fmrse, $300: selling: five and one-halt
urlongs. Mattie U. S5: Rockbar, 90:
Gibbons. 95: 'Sallle Ward. 93: IIudas
Sister. 99; Malltine, 104: 'Dance Away,
1W; Blanche Frances. 104: Clciu Bach
cy, 1C3; Indlclslon. 109; Argonaut. 119.
Fourth race Three-year-olds and up;
purse, $410; one mile. Jawbone, 103; T.
M. Gicen. 10S; Huky Lad. 10S; Lochlcl,
VA: Caugh Hill. Ill: Merry Lad. 116.
Fifth race Threc-ycar-olds nnd up;
purse, $300: selling: seven .furlongs.
Roseberg IV.. 93; 'Dipper. 99; Winifred
D.. 1M; 'Colonel Cook. 108; Chemulpo.
110; Font. 110: Lord Elam. 112. Henry
Hutchinson. 112: Towton Field. 113; Billy
Vandervecr. 113; Riissu, 122.
Sixth race Four-year-olds and up
ward; purse. $300; selling: one nnd one
sixteenth miles. 'Pliant. 92: Floral Day.
U4: Accord. 102; Outlan. 102: Saltan, 10.';
Haldeman, 105; Irish Kid. 103.
A, Comatock entry. '
B. Tennessee stable entry
Apprentice allowance of five pounds
Weather fine, track fast.
Track Class Meet to
Be Held on Saturday
A track meet between tho classes of
Georgetown University will bo held at
the Hilltop Saturday uftcrnoon. It Is
OApcrtedto create more enthusiasm for
this branch of sport, and Coach Mulli
gan will watch closely for dark horses
he might bo able to use on the varsity
PURINS A MOMENT OP
Manager Madigan, of George-
town, Wants Princeton Quint
Here on March 3.
Princeton University will in all proba
bility play Georgetown a return basket
ball game in this city on March 3, if
the plans which are now entertained by
Manager Madigan, of the Blue and
Gray quint, do not go awry. The Tigers
were originally scheduled to play the
HUltoppers In the Arcade on February
18, but were forced to cancel because of
a conflict with the dates In the Inter
collegiate Basketball League, and, as it
Is the custom of the New Jersey Insti
tution to close their season on Wash
ington's Birthday, It was thought im
possible to arrange another date. This
year, however, as It Is the Intention of
the Orange and Black school to send
1,000 students to march In the inaugural
parade In honor of President Wilson,
who was formerly head of Princeton,
the basketball management of the
Tigers have practically agreed to send
the quint to this city also.
In case the game Is finally booked,
Swarthmore. who Is scheduled to play
the West Enders on March 3, will be
met on Wednesday, March 5. as such
an arrangement Is agreeable to both
LEXINGTON. Va.. Jan. 26 Mem
bers of the Washington and Leo base
ball team have selected EX A. Donohue
to fill the captaincy of the baseball
nine which was made vacant when W.
A. Erwin, chosen last year, failed to
return to college. Donohue has caught
on the team for the past two seasons
and his election to the position Is a ,
popular one. ' I
For a nucleus Captain Donohue has
Stewart and Peeples. of last year's J
team, and several candidates w ho have '
reputations as prep school players.
With the four veterans and the prom
ising new material Coach Orth hopes
to develop a fast nine.
Middy Players Get
Presents for Work
ANNAPOLIS. Md.. Jan. 26. Today the
members of the Navy football eleven
are sporting gold cuff links, the gift of
Col. R. si. Thompson, ot sew iork.
Each link Is engraved with the dato
and score of the Army-Navy game.
Lieut. Douglas L. Howard, head coach,
and several of tho assistant coaches
were likewise remembered with little
gifts from Colonel Thompson.
The football association here has pre
sented Admiral Richard Wainwrlght,
Prof. N. SI. Terry, and fror. Paul J.
Dashlell with gold football fobs.
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Stomach and Nervoua E'laeaaes.
in.iiirL-stlon. Loss of Appetite. Connti-
natlon. Dizziness. Bad Taste, Fullness
pflcr Eating, Wakefulness. Loss of
viesh. Heart Trouble, Palpitation, Kid
ney and Bladder Trouble, Sti icture. Sal
low Complexion. Pimples. Blood and
Hkln Diseases. Loss of Vitality, and
Sneclal and Private Allm.mta cure;!
nromptlv ("6" administered'.
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GAME WITH TIGERS
G. I DROPS GAME
TO MT. ST. JOSEPH'S
Superior Team' Work-by Baiti
.more Quint Wins From
Washington Five. "
BALTIMORE. Md., Jan. 21-George
Washington offered plenty of fight In
its game with Mt. St. Joseph's yester
day at Irvhigton. and it was by four
successive fouls, coupled with early
scoring of the latter, that defeated the
visitors, 15 to 11.
lit. St- Joseph's began scoring at
the start of the game and ended the
first half with an advantage due to
George Washington's fouls. The sec
ond period, however, showed both teams
In fine playing form, though the winners
slightly outplayed their opponents, lie
Bride played one of bis best games for
the winners and contributed most of
their nolnts. while Wamsley's tossing
of free throws won admiration.
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Catholic Unlve.-slty's basketball team '
la resting today; after Its defeat last
night of Xoyola College, of Baltimore.
and Is confidently expecting another Cl
victory on Wednesday when Norfh-j 'jj
Carolina. A. and IT- College, from Ri. l
Ielgh, N. C., will be Its contender at the Vi
National Guard Armory, Little hasCAl
been heard of the progress of the --I
Southern aulnt this winter, and tta i
prowess Is problematical, though the ,j
pace which the Brooklandcrs have been i
setting on the floor this" season Is liketr :
to halt the aspirations of the next ia '
By reason of its winning last night ..
from Loyola, C. u. added another -i
feather to Its cap in the fight for Mm
local rnllpirinte title, and. Althrtnh -
Georgetown Is riot' included on tttc '-'u
schedule, the Red and Black outfit feds
that Its achievement temporarily ha J
given them the edge on the HllltopperaJ' I
The team's work from now until Mm
completion of the schedules will t, -
wmrnm rinflAiv i
The great number of fouls, both Dr- ( I
sonal and technical, contributed targetr IvM
together about, forty offenses were sto-jC
gled out In one of the roughest gaavw
Which has been staged here this s-
son, which the Brooklanders put oa
the right aide of their ledger. SB to 3U- V
Neither team, however, seemed- to ruaka '""
the best of the opportunities" offered Ja '
score from the foul, and" a great ma
jority of the attempts, went wrong.
Flashes of fast Play were evident at
times during the game, which brooakt
out Individual effort more' than per- &
ieciea teamworic cook, at ute pivotal
position, took honors for the visitors , '
by remarkable handling and pasa(jitv
while Derby, the Cv UV back, 'had a
shade on the Test of his team from a
point of good play. '
Jones and Rawiings: (
Star at Manassas
MANASSAS, Va., Jan. Jfe-Jones and
Rawiings, of Fredericksburg' Hlrh '
School team, were (he chief "factors, to
the defeat 6f Manassas High School
yesterday. The local team secured-an
early .advantage, which was maintained
until late In the game,, when the Indi
vidual work of the pair proved suffi
cient enough to turn the tide.
Seven free tosses successfully exe
cuted by Rawiings made the balance, id
favor of the visitors, IT to-15. Jones, by
a wonderful toss., caged a basket from
two-thirds the length of the floor. Adam
son, -of the home quint, kepfup ta
showing ot his team by the best work
of either side. The game was a fast
and well played -one. ' ,
Penn Crew Men Get
Call for Practice
PHILADELPHIA. Pa., Jan. 26. The
first call for candidates for the Penn.
crews was issued yesterday. The can
didates will report at the university
gymnasium at 5:30 o'clock on Wednes
day afternoon, February 5.
The names of Hugh A. "McLean, the
manager, and John Alexander, the cap
tain of the crew, were signed to the
notices, which were posted, up all over
the campus. No mention was made of
Ellis Ward, the coach, though It Is
customary to sign the name of the
coach, to the call for candidates for all
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