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TAMPA, Fla., Maeh 22.-Wa
with it the hopes of the Washingtoi
there is an than a little consteri
Griffith mears q lantern jaw. M
aunt had Just recovered from -a se
Mike Martin is -1-in around
iguarantand to ill or care without
jePmea a miillionaire if only he i
,nent of his. But hegosaon
alielhal whatever. What hope IsMt
Johnson noticed a "o"plc
pgstrday. The pain is in the sho
ar' sk.lmed treatment. Agaih
Glit awe facing dite dliaste,for
S 'al11n t4 ton form the team is
7ssee of the hurling corps turned
to lost might with instructions to do
nothing except under orders from the
trafter and, unieon he feeds much
bitter today, Johnson will not do
mer than chase dties In the garden
and bat fuges to the other lads.
TMEnMS2TMOUBLE NOT sEROUS.
"I don't think Waltaes trouble Is
serious" explains McBride. 'The
' tasso. he now'-has to not In the
arm welch bothered him last year.
W'e up In Nis shoulder and-Inay be the
result of his beginning -work. I think
ell be all right In a day or so."
Pedet Griffith talks much along
Usnelie, laughing to scorn any
. that -Johnson to threatened with
tota ditmlty. But at the same time
QM carries a long face. On% war
write Wes own ticket.
"'Walfte's all riHt," says Mike War
11. "I put some liniment on his
MAoulder last night, and, with a day's
rest, hefil be In there hurling 'em
But Mko forgot to grin when he
As ak40. te of fact If Johnson Is
#Aling U the 'season gets updor
.8way 6e McBride's troubles will
be dololJohnson expected to be
theslf when be -reported thissrp.
No is a willingr worker and he'wnt
testtwnt bllgaes .o ate
whtkn f upr e sa od
15s oeeh wl aet ea
goda~vrh a esi h at
bother hm r04M #~e~
heeit was4 ManagrG - Wide' i
([Btio no t - us hi una tseo
with it the hillie afth Jeacksn
Gifeth wak fro lTrda. Hewa
at ba jdste alogntlred hiomself
Miouned hiMartI runnin -aounde
Sfuarte tk== ofr cueithonuy
.s wasm e tilonae ien tonlhe nd
Newath ola hs u e knoed arnto
' alchlae er.d aditWhat he is t
aeetIy whe pai n sIthe eco
rah~We anlld theabty f i
to peteeaon the thapn i's
ambgiel.of thesen to-turnes
leo mgeorgit ssthactis toeam
I ntrang boet Waler adr frow til
mt. ta chathe times wne gethoe
an afngust er Mcade.a nt
Idetthin, bu terin thembi tak
siown. exins IMee erin "thee
in emansher owhn I noted thm
gem f~c oredPhimdlhat yeor
ea p ye hstsoeraoine the the
byul o hbegirn ting wo ad. asti
helwerakldriut on ah daond so.
'Te sen arilthe tas mun both
tegues,"m lie, auid."to yorn an i
- entat gohon as theted wite
paalie anlife. Bte t e tom thmer
-~ srn a onT fae.B One .a
rThea '"sy, wn tick ecus
heamits allppinghthe bmMk ar.4
ponds wenpt upoto linDenton Thmp
ther as neight, and, wmoit of a
Bte.H frgot toa g rink en-h
Oas andeo ac Nifk AJtocko is
tring to. he eaoinh gto raen
bn Newe Jonso nex pecing. b
Tsday whhe Orgepoed theis ,desul
toy stprantte.Tmro the lieu rdwnat
inereed gase e has beenthe o'Pant
UIS A. DOUGHERI
rn Is Ailing
r Joliane's salary whip, carryl
i ball club this season, is ailing, a
mation in the camp here. Preside
"ager McBride looks as if a ri
In cireleq, looking for more linimei
a sign of alcohol. Mike could t
sed enough alcohdl in that lit
I bloating that he doesiet use a
ere for a dukib guy like that?
on his shoulder wifl!e warming i
Ider muscles and may yield to ME
i it may not. In that ease t
unless Johnson is to shape to op
entering the league campaign can
Pield, to be fbllowed by .ne dal
through Saturday. The players a
approaching perfect physical foi
and the grind of batting and fieldi
Is telling on thei. This is especial
true of the pitchers. For that reas
practice games will be staged for t
remainder of the week, beginning I
morrow. The rookies are to play t1
games at Orlando. on the east coa
next Monday and Tuesday, and wI
them Is going President Griffith
look over the field with the Idea
making that place his final camp.
"I have no complaints about Ta,
pa," says the Washington mogul.
may continue to .come here. But,
the same time, I have bee told th
Orlapdo Is the Ideal trahing. pl1
and so I'm going over to look at I
MAY SHARE CAMP NEXT YUAR
However, It is a safe bet that t
Griffmen will return here next at
son, probably coming in conjuncti
with the Brooklyn or Boston Natlov
League Club. Sharing the Tam
camp with a national League rivi
the two teams might easily use t
same park, stage a ten-game seri
here and then go North playing
the various cities between here a
the Capital. This is the pre
pla, bussing in Griffith's dome. .
Miller look, something li& a sin
edition of Babe Ruth, having mu
the same walk, the same set of I
inhoulders and the same swarthy Col
plexion. It is hinted that there Is
bit of Indian in Miller, and he surn
looks it. He holds the bat down
the end and is what Is termed a Ii
swinger. In yesterday's batting dr
be pounded the bali viciously to le
field, though a few did go to cent,
Re looks like a slugger, though
ftas- yet to face any really high cle
Brotem is the tallest catcher in t
squad. He is Ideally 'built and d
ihsto peg to second. In the bri
workout he has, had here the forni
iSouthern Association star has is
an excellent Inpression with I
pegging, He has' an easy delive
with plenty of carry to the ball.
.SCRAP LIKEL TO maseY.
Brottam's perforsmances meas
hot scrap betweeg him and Pieini
for' the third string'receivers berl
with the little fellow foeing the fig
Pilcinlch Is a fair batsman and he
making the most of hi. hitting sk
to keep Brottom ia third plage.
Dck Trres, the Cuban catcher,
doomed- to glide back into the bush
Torre. lacks the pep to force his w
into the limelight. When called up
for action, he .uspally deliver. withe
a murmur, but he has to be eall
p, which mean, trouble whs. th4
e four catcher. .and only 'thi
r'eeded. He may stay here with
Tampa club, though itis more lik4
that he willibe en-to some fast
club such ad the Reading Internatie
als or the Shreveport, Texas, league
COI7RYVfU COMING ALONG.
Harry Courtney's lame wing Is so
lng aloni and the long, lean sout
paw will be expetedt take part
the cong' ' hlbition games, be
here and on the road. Manag'er 31
Bride Is driving hinm with the Idea;
having him werk out the soreneom
which he has been complaining.
While the first squad will be pha
ing at Dayton and 't. Augustine nm
week, the rookies will be battling J
uinket's elab at Orlando. On Mar
30 both seuads will meet at Jacke.
yale, bittws the. first squad4
parts the tollwing cay fer Birmi.
ham, all of the rook~es will be se
Istraight through ~to Washington
await the return home of.' the rem
lare. Nick Altroek may be sent ajoi
in charge, or the roomtee. though ti
has wet to bea decided.
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Robert H. Young Askh Ciruit
Representatives to Gather for
Robert I. Youngf, many-time pres
at ident or the District Baseball Asso
elation, has heard the ca11 of baseball
and Is anxious to got the sandlotters
together again. Major Young, who
twas unable to take up his duties wit~h
e- the amateurs during the war, save in
,an advisory capacity, Is on the job
ty "It's about time to get the leagues
going again," says Major Young. "It
Ip looks like a big year. I would susF
goegot calling a meeting shortly and
2I believe Wednesday night, March 30,
vould be a good time to hold a base
02ball rally," says the major.
-All, the baseball leagues are notified
to be present with their represen
-tatives on the night ot March 30, at
IY 8 P. m. at Spaldings, where plain for
re0 the seas will be talked over with
'= arrangements for the regular post
bg season baseball sertes.
IY Other notices will be sent out to
On attract the leagues now formed or
- The independent teams have otten
ro well under way. More than seventy
it, five teams are already listed In the
th Times Amateur Directory and more
to are cogningr in daily.
of The Shamrock Athletic Club of
southeast to ready to arrange games
n- with all first class teams In and out
"is of the Distriot. Manager Steele the
at new pilot of the club, intendo to work
at hard for his team,-and with a little
eco-operation from his teammates will
look forward to a morel successful
season In 1921,than la 1920.
The Shams would like to hear from
Is some strong teamns for the opening
S- game to be played on the Shamrock's
On field. Address J. 1W. Glascoe, 1116
lL street' southeast,
aThe Beanon Club would like to
LI, arrange a game* with some fast team
ae for Saturday on the Etmanon's dia
86 mond In the Monument Grounds and
In also a game for Sunday morning on
ad their opponent's field.
at Gamed with the Metropolitan,
Quincy, Saranac, Rockford, or any
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ceton graperd he wll cofmpaeelnl
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SPRING MEETING LICENSES TO ROCKY KANSAS
When the Maryland racetracks open their spring meets they will
so under a license from the Maryland State Racing Commission
ehi will insure the State receiving full return of its part of theOufhtWiieJc on nte
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$200 AN INNING
By LOUIS A
TAMPA, Fla., March 2.-Jeseb
North Carolina southpaw, is a dry c
story that prov. It beyond all argua
himselt, or his egperenmes or abon
He Just listens all the time, 1s1
GrIff was talking the other aight of
emesh, unearthing a tale never bet
"Y'know, I stole lach right from 4
under ConaNf Mack's nose," begins
Uriff. "He was summonpd to come
back from France and r4port to the
unMains but he deckded he wanted
to come to my club. and wrote me to
that effect. I cabled him to that end.
and when -he landed he joined my
"Zach had been in the army and
was not in good shape to pitch base
baIl, so I told him I'd give him $1,000
to finish out the season' with -us. I
Sgured he'd work himself into cbpdi
ton and would be useful pitching to
batter., if nothing more. There were
three months to go, which meam. he
was to get some $333 per month.
which isn't bad for a green pitcher.
= PACS Mr. LoUis DUOWES.
"Mach went to work in earnest. He's
a serious chap, y'kn'ow. and was a
ways ready to pitch, no matter how
hot the day.. But he was far too wild
to be used in a regular game until al
most at the close or the season.
"Finally I went scouting and
George McBride was in chqrge of
the team when it landed in St. Louis.
George decided to try out EZah. He
did, too, ordering the big fellow to
start the game.
"Well, to make a long story short.
Zach went along to beat the band,
holding the Brownies helpless, and
was leading in the fifth, when the
Browns began touching him up.
George got nervous and sent in Wal
ter Johnson. Each went to the showert
and Walter finished the game in good
style, giving Zach the viclory. That
was his one game for the year, and it
went only five innings, at that. But
the victory went into the record., just
WANTED NMo MONEY.
"On the return of the team to
Washington, the end of season was at
hand and I- was paying off the boys
before they dispersed to their hemes,
"Up came Each in that slow away of
his, and, as he took the cheek, he said,
'I ain't gettin' enotagh money.' "
"'Not enough mnoney' I replied.
'Boy, you're getting more than Wal
ter Johnson and Ty Cobbe and Tfri.
Speaker and Babe Ruth together.
You're getting $1,000. aren't you?
You've pitched five inninga this year,
haven't you? Now that means $200
per inning, doesn't it? Where do you
get your kick?'"
"Zach grinned a bit and repeated,
'I ain't gettin' enough money, 'ecording
to my way o' thinkitr.'
"'You come beick nezt year and
show mea you can win bell games and
you'll got all you think yourself worth,'I
I told him.
"Well, today Each has a great fu -
ture in baseball. He's .one of those
pitcher. that neVer appear to have
much. They set the opposition crazy
back to the bench shouting that he
hasn't anything, yet those same hat
ters can't touch what he servea up.
inelnding Shee...WS es at.
Fielders' Gleves, S1.5 to 811.0
Catcher and Baseman's Mitt.,
LOUISVILLE SLUGGERS, I
TENNIS h. h
you at lowes
OLD TOWN CM
The Beam. 3tde
asHA Innt M *
pMeetr *int Ct'V
me - ,4.- -AWOED
I TO ZACHARY
l' Tae.,mash Zaahary, the huge
w and President Griffith tells a
ea. Zachary never talks about
-" and listens momeaD. But
his axp'riences with Josebel Te
r. redueed to cold type.
LEXINGTON, a, e March
22-Mr. Gotten, of e s,
er his first name is Henry or
Nicholas nabody but the 119.
pha d M mphis twns know. z.
Ts arn as alke as peus in
a ph d and after winning their
way duced the to to he
f ought it out erad e xc,,tw y
siflt gymnasium suits. Some
body won, but it looked like a
man wrestling with-himself and
the referse wouldn't kke a
chance on ideniiain He
merely announced that the
cha p ha been "won by
Mr. n" and the audiene
nbats the way bith many good
pitchers. . The batters simply can't
mnderstand why they can't knock
their stuf all over the lot the real
anwer I that ech has good control
ad pite th his head s well as
with his am.
ACELARY 1POINT9 T" VECTO011RAs.
is season Zachary Is out to win
Lwenty-dve ball games all by himself.
e mary that he has learned enouch
-ow about the various batsmen in the
eague to make It almost a certainty
hat he'll ring the bell exactly
"All I want is am even tart." my.
sEah. "If the boys'll hit behind me
ad don't let too many drives go
bhrough the inleld. I'll win tirenty
"Then, too, Origf say. I can hit Ia
the pinches. It he lets me do that.
ell hit for more than .300, and merely
,ith hits in the right place, I ougit
to win five or six mere games.
That's what I'mi out to do this sea
And the joke of this 1s that Zach
sin deadly earneet and- may succeed
eely on that acount. He takes
bsee il seriously, does Zich. He
isaking it .his life's work and isn't
ettln& any grass grow under $i1. feet.
Central to Play..
'Phirteen members of the Catholic
Clplyermlty, as.ebal. squad, together
with Coach Charley Moran and
fanager Bonoaan, will leave tonight
for Norfolk. where they are scheduled
to hook up with the Naval Training )
Ktatis nige .in a brace of games to
morrow and Thursday.
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