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MISSION'S CHARGE AGAINST BARNES DISCREDITED
TO APPEAR, ARE
GIVEN A FLAYING
Young Athlete Given Clean
of Charges Called
Wall : imee, the Lowell high
s ■ho<->; atl pivrn a clean title
in the amateur ranks yesterday by the
registration committee of the Academic
Athletic league. Incidentally Manager
Ha user of the Mission high basket ball
team, who brought the charge* against
Barnes, was literally •■flayed alive" for
Ing such charges and then failing
pear ;<nd substantiate them.
The Barnes rase has caused consid
commeot In and out of i
tic circles, the local branch of the
Imateur athletic union of America
1 '"king , on iri silence, but with eyes
and ears <rf<i« open, yesterday the
Mission school representatives failed
t'> appear at the. meeting to substan
tiate the charges against Barnes. This
nas taken by the committee to mean
that the Missionites could not prove
their charge* and Barnes consequently
MISSION YKT TO ANSW'KR.
As fat as Barnes is concerned, the
>n completes ins case, but the
Missionites are yet to answer to the
Academic Athletic league for their ac
tion. To charge an amateur athlete
grotmdtessly with professionalism i.« a
serious offense —as serious in its way
as arresting a man on a false charge.
The league committee, consisting of
i Cloud, Sydney A. Tibbetts and
R H, Dodd, voiced their sentiments
of Mission's action in a manner that
no good for the man who
brought the charges. The committee
declared the charges entirely without
foundation and expressed their regrets
arnes that such an accusation
should have been brought forward.
•MIOW PERSONAL COWARDICE"
The men responsible for these
rharges," said Secretary Tibbetts, "are
lacking in the elements of the gentle
man and sportsman, and show personal
cowardice in not appearing today. A i
serious wrfing lias been done —one that
the Academic Athletic league will deal
with. No team of its representatives
should make accusations of profes
.siunalism ;mi> man unless they
\iu\c definite evidence. In the present
there is no evidence."
Archie Cloud, former president of the i
was equally severe. ITe
■! taking some definite action
with the Mission team for its not ap-,
pearing to substantiate the protest.
9ftSBIOH COL"ATER( HVRCED
* After the Barnes rase had been dis
posed of and the young athlete placed
m good standing, the committee took
up the protest from L,owell, in which
Manager Brwln llirschfelder brought
out the fact that the Mission high
basket ball team had knowingly played
against professional athletes. Manager
llirschfelder immediately asked to be,
allowed i" withdraw the protest, but
this the committee would not agree to.
ointed out that as the game had
b<*eri pinyed outside the jurisdiction of
the academic league, the protest should
be passed on to the registration com
of the Pacific association. This
iroted in the affirmative and the
Mission high team as a whole will have
to answer to the local governing body
of athletics in the matter.
\ It VP I OR RIFFJAMSM
crfiipral rioting that always oc
srhen Mission and Lowell teams
also came up before the commit
tee, but this will br- brought before tlie
board of governors of the league. Cloud
sed the opinion that the games
between these two schools were gct
morg liko battles between wild
boasts than friendly contests between
The action of Referee IfatßSte in put
ting Bender of Lowell and McGrath of
:-"t. Ignatius out of a recent basket ball
same also came up and will be acted
nil when the. committee has inter
\ lewed Massie.
With The Basket Bailers
ISpectnl Diapatch t-. Xbe 'him
>ANT> CLARA, Feb. i.- Th- fast Exposition
ft11in11• L of San I raii'-is-i -n Bade it -■> t-traiglit
bj , defeating the Sarita Clara vanity
if-am tonight. .",<; f. "JS. Tho team work of tb€
Tlnnrrv and their accnracj <>o tae baskets fmni
urt was the feature of the game. Mmu
urn and Vnight wore the varsity while
"Bed ,, Kemp «nd (Gilbert wre the class of the
* * *
I rieuna Honda lost to the Feirmount quintet
park yesterday in hd extra time
game: Tho final s- * was lh to 14. At half
time :>■ ■'. 11 oacb. and at full
lime ilie score wa?- again level with 16 point*.
In )be citra play Kenned? netted tlic winning
goal for Falnnouor. The tnw:
Fairnjounti—Kflleb*r aed Rubiand. forwards;
and Kennedy, piards.
I.Hgun-i Kvii'la — Rlrhardf) aad for
wards; Bolt, center; Hthr-tto and Xisaot, guards.
** ' *
The game betwees Hamilton and Fairmount
aKo had to be played orertfaoe. tbe llnmilfoji
-■■l.tually winning through lon?*' field, goal.
The final *core ws I.'. to IS. Tbe teufta:
Hamilton—Bannatrne and Frcidman, forwards;
KWM. center; Gold, Caro and Tooea, jruards.
Fairmount — Murpby am! Feenan, forwards;
Easao, center; Pine and Cophlnn, jruard*.
* * *
Polytechnic won an easy znmo from Sacred
Heart at the Riro court last night, ;;i t.. ii.
Tlie winners »aowed consistent form throughout
»i;d better backer *boetlag. The t"aro<:
Poly— JobMtone aad Lee. forwards; Kelly,
: Leooe and Of*. gi^rds.
Sacred Heart—Crowell and Welfh, forwards;
L'onaoilj, ccxter; O'Neill and guards
* * *
The Pt, Ignatius ijuiat< % t defeated Mission tigh
28 te Iβ Monday night. Tin- teams:
St. Ignatius— Briefca, McGratti und Csnavan,
forwards; Canjpana, center; 1". kilkeny, L. Kil
MituUou — Larra**e and fnrwsrds: Hμ
ser and ConistoeW, ceaten; Turner and LoVett,
* * *
Tlie WtMhtafttm eckool teams won a double
at the Boatn*kk '•••■in> Monday nft«r
noe*. In th' , I- , ' poo&d Hat-s tbe Washingtoulaus
(Ufoated IT to 12. Thy- teooM:
Wa«BtntTtoo — RanaDo .-m.! Piemcteiil, for
«-ard>: Tanzill". eeater; Hoacfclal and Kalcoobi,
Reddisg— Gleaeen an.l Krntsprtter, fonrarda;
rater; Vacovelteh and MatLni, goards
* * -X-
In the BS pound class same Washington also
islioned un ami defeated the Sbennan boya !• to
ctroeovo was the ttar of tho wlnaera. The
Washington — Oaetroeoro and Bagettl, r,,r
wardi; Calero, center; tilannaro ami Cadetnatori,
man—Monte and Tvrell. ferwarda; r B .
center; Dβ Zincini and Puolnelll, guards
* * *
At 'he Pacific Height" mart the Hearst or,
pouudera defeated the tfeigbta lads 17 to lit.
Tlie Hearst team showed fn"t work hi passing
and hH-ket ghootin? Wav actramte. Th» team*:
I'afifie Helgbta—Mulgardi and Tonics. fr. r ,
lloppe. ranter: and guards.
Hearst—Shawl and Stric-v. forward,-; l»eteis,
center; Banks and Mayera, guards.
* * *
The ganie between the ssmc echools in the 12.".
poetKj claaß was a herd f->uphf ooe. and at tbe
chII of time the aceN Wai tied In the eitra
linif prdeted PaHte Heights netted a foul goal.
ru!e« call for a s<>«! from the Bekt, and
tiiis «as netted by Styles, Riving th<' H'aisl beya
•ry by 18 to 17. Tbe tram-:
Psi'itie IJejghts —Cail an-J I>elan«-y. forwards;
Rodovii-h, ••■■liter; Car.-'tn # aud Blunie. guards.
Hearst -Stylen and Shlerbaam. rorwardx; Coca,
center: Uaywards and Fuller, guards.
* # *
Tlit Oakland sclu/ji basket ball squad will
entertain the St. Marys 6vr Thursday afternoon
at the cytnnasium of *tho high school. The came
betwpen Oakland and Bflmont for
Saturday has twen called nff A large squad is
net for Ibr blue and wbito team. They ar<>:
Forwards. Calden. Heyns. (ionzales and Clark;
renter, liatinon. Hunt and t'aldwell: suards,
Sehtadler, TVaddVll, McMabon, Kowlcr and Gim
St. Petrr's Boys' BchoM put one ovrr on the
"dopettets" yesrVrday wl;r>n they beat St.
.Tames for the 110 :>ound championship of the
San Frari-isc.i brum-ii of the <'atholi<: Schools
Atliletic li-Htfuo. This marks the tliird consecu
tive ;par that the Mission boys have been rp
tnrned winners in this division of the ('. S. A.
I/, tournaipents. By yesterday's victory St.
Peter's earned the ri?ht to go agaiust St. Jo
seph's; Peralta park, for the league
litlc. St. Peter's has held tbe title for two
Tbe St. Petcr's-St. James game was a bum
mer. In the tinst bait the Vatican hud th<- ad
vantage, and at half time the score was 10 to
0 iv tb*>ir favor. In the second haif. however.
St. James came JSaek and at the end of the
mine thp score w*as 11 to r>. For the winners
Captain Slevin at guard played the star pame.
Bsp; played his usual game for St. James and
-'■ored tb" on'v* field goal made by his team.
St. iwer's— Schw«>!tzpr and Fitzgerald, for
wards; Granville, α-ntor: G. Slevin and T.
St. James— R. Patterson and McCarthy, for
f-ir!-: Eapy. ■■enter; C. Patterson, Murray and
Td the second game of thf double header St.
Joseph's waltzed away from St. Charles to the
vino of 40 to 12. At Uu.it time the wean was
10 to 8 in the winners' favor. Thf team?:
St. JusepliV—Douovan and forwards;
MrT.xufrhlin, center; Welch snd Wn'kPr, guards:.
Sr. Cbartes —Connolly and MKJoTcrn. for
wards; I'aquetto, center; Zilli and Ralt'\ guards.
Mie list gamrs in the T. A. A. toumamont
Efl the- East Bar division will be playr-d this
evening:, when the Berkeley tiro and tbo Oak
land Blues In the 110 poutd division will
mix at St. Mary'? enllege court.
T*r> complete sohPdiile i«:
110 pound division—February .".. S r>. m.,
n»rkeley vs. Oakland Eliifs. St. Feb
ruary 8, 7:".O p. m.. Tb'Tnpkin t v«. Oakland
Reds. Berkley V. m! <'. A. February I".', win
ners vs=. winner*. Opea.
120 pound division—February S. 4 p. m. t Oak
land vs. (>aklaad hiph school. Oakland court.
Febniary 13, JWkPlpy vs. winner , , <>p«"n.
1:",0 pouDd division'- Feliruarr s. 7;30 p. in..
Berkeley vs. "51" cli*. Oakland T. M. C. A.
l-V't'ruary 14. Oakland.- vs. winners.
14."i pound division—February IC, U. C. v=.
Oakland "V."' St. Mary*.
Unlimited division- February 10, S:."!n p. m.,
Oakland •V" vs. Oakland Battery B. Rerkrier.
February 11, I". C. n>. B«Tke.l«\v "IV open.
I'ebruary IT>. winnpra winner.-.
STANFORD INIVKHSITT. Jeh. 4. —Stan
ford has enfrM two • teams in thr unJimitrd
ciass in tbr tournament nf rhf I'acinV ftMocia
tion wbif-h Marts tomorrow night. Thoy arc:
Pint five —Rlodget, Worthy, forward*: Put
ton, renter: Belcher, Daris, Reynold's, guards.
S«><-ond five—Viloox. FWho. MeMahon. for
wards; Price, center; Rnyt, l.aruniim in. guards.
rXIVFRSFTY OF SANT\ CLARA. Feb. 4 —
Basket ball will be Ihe next eient in which
Santa Clara and the Datreralty of Nevada will
meet for supremacy. The universities have ex
chMDged their lists of eligible**, which arc as fol
Nevada- Charles, Deawr, Harriman. Hoalr.
Hecox, Henningsen. Heward. Hovey. Jepson.
Kent, Ogilvi( , Lemberger. McCubbin. Neeld. Par
son*. Pennel. Settlemeyer, Sheehy anil Smyth.
Santa Clara —Ahem. Beet, Bonnetti. Coocan
bob. Flood, Qllnjore, Haskamp. Leonard, O'Hare.
Martin. Meh-hoir. Milburn, Momson, Noonan, J..
Twoby and Voight.
There uiU be but one game, which will be
played at Keno March 1.
* * *
Tbe schedule of semifinal basket ball game*
between the district champions for the Public
.Schools Athletic league title wore announced yes
terday by Athletic Director Eoatace Peixotto as
Wednesday. February ."> -Yerba Buena vs.
Hamilton, girl?: Biiy View vs. Franklin, girls.
Friday February 7 -St.ito normal vs. Fatr
mo'iDt, 9"> pounds;' Horace Mann ts. Fairinount,
Monday, February 1O —Washington vs. Hamil
ton. f>s |>"uuds; Washington vs. Laguna Honda,
Wednesday. February I'J--Yerba Buena vs.
FraDklin. girls; Bay View vs. Hamilton, girl*.
Thursday, February I" -Washington vs. Fair
mount, 00 pounds; Washington vs. Fairmount,
Friday. February 14 -Hamilton vs. State nor
mal, B5 pound?; Laguna Honda vs. Horace Mann,
Monday. February 17—Washington v». State
normal. f>" pounds; Washington vs. Horace
Tuesday. F'bnjarv 15- Verbs Buena v». Bay
View, girls: Hamilton v-. Franklin. girl«.
All ?an"\s at Jackson playgrounds, Sevcn
teeDtii and Carolina streets.
* * *
The San Fr»nri*ro sutvoniirittop for the r. \.
A. rbampion:'hip basket ball tournament met yes
terday and nrrangfd the following eebedule:
Monday. February 10, at Y. M. CL A. —7 p. m.,
110 pound Ltneotn Tβ. Coonrett; S p. m.. no
pound Bt, Joseph's vs. i olnmbla Park Boys'
elnb; n p. m.. J3O pwind I. C. S. ▼*. Cogswell.
FTiday, February 14, at B'nai BTlth ball. 140
Eddy street—7 p. m.. 110 po'md Columbia Park
Midgets vs. KxeeUlore; S p. in.. 120 pound Cogs
wells WB. V. M. C A.; 0 p. m., .145 pound
Swastikas vs. I-O«ell high.
Saturday. February 15. at armory. Van Nees
avenue between Pine and California streets—
7 i>. m., 110 pound Sacred Heart iSibs ts. Low
ell; S p. m., JCO pound R'nai B'ritb vs. Tele
graphs; 9 p. in.. Unlimited Pirates ts. B'nal
Uonday. rebmary 17. at y. M. C. A.—7
p. m., 110 pmind B'nsi B"rith vs. Pensar .la; S
p. in.. 130 pound Star of the Sea vs. Pirates; 9
p. m.. 1 *"> poiiDd B'nat B'rith rs. winners of
I Swastika-Lowell game of February 14.
Friday, February 21. :it K'nal B'rith ball -
[7 n. ni.. 120 pound Rixlea ts\ winners of C"gs-
Tiell-Y. M. C. A. game of February 14: 8 p. in..
ISO pound Coliirobi.i Park t- Sacred Heart Me
tenrs; 8 i>. m./ Unlimlted Cxpositioa five ra. Wori
Monday. Kobrusry 24. at Y. M. C. A.—7 p. m..
i:n (".iirnl Telegraphs ts. B'nai B'rttb; 8 p. m.,
I.'nlimited San Mateo ra. Kncina! (iym No. 1;
!> p. in.. T'nlimitPt! F.ncinal fJym No. 2 t<. win
ners of Kxp<'?!tion Fort McDowell game of Feb
Busy Season Ahead for
P.S. A. L
The Public. Schools Athletic league
held its regular monthly meeting yes
terday. The principal business was the
report of the athletic director.
The basket ball tournament will con
clude February 7 and three days later
baseball teams will be organized in
•-•very school. During February and
March interclass tournaments will be
I held at each school and on April 7 the
; league championship will start.
Entries for the baseball tournament
will close April 2. The tournament
will be conducted on the weight sys
tem in two classes, 95 pounds and un
The first swimming meet of the
league will be held in March, prob
ably at the Olympic dub tank. Jnter
i'lsss track meets are M-beduled at all
(schools in Aprii and in May tlie fifth
annual championship track meet will
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1913.
IT PAYS TO BE CAREFUL IN THESE AMATEUR DAYS
Crack Japanese Cueist De
feated in Second
George Slosson, the veteran billiard
ist, turned the tables on Koji Yamada.
the Japanese wizard, in the second
game at Wright's last night. Both
players were in excellent form and
their work with the cue was far supe
rior to that of the opening night.
Slosson came from behind with runs of
57 and 47 in the fifteenth ajid sixteenth
i n n I n g?.
There was a good gallery to see the
experts perform, and the fans were re
paid, as they saw pome remarkable
playing , . Both players were In form
and the game seesawed all the way
through. Slosson was oft to a good
rolling up IS9 points in the first
five innings, Yamada was only
ahlr to click off 91 points in the same
number of innings.
In the sUth frame Vamada hit his
stride and then showed that he was a
top notchT by making a run of 126
points, taking the lead from Slosson.
Tn fact, he kept going away from Slos-
Kon until the fourteenth and fifteenth
innings, when he fell down, gathering
but one point in each frame.
Siosson's ■work with the cuo was
probably more pleasing to the eye than
that of Yamada's, on account of his
finished style and the speed and snap
py manner in Which he goes about his
work. However, Yamada was in the
limelight with his masse shots, which
he seemed to execute with unusual
sureness. and he pulled off many diffi
cult shots, which resulted in his bring
ing the balls together and bringing
applause from the audience.
Yamada's high run was 126. Slos
son's 102. They play their third match
tonight. The following is the score by
Slosson—■">. 2*. 1, '<~. 102, 10. 6, 1, 0, 30, 4.
1, 4fi. !t. 07. 47.
Yamaila—lS, Iβ, 10. 24, 20, Uβ, 15. 0, 01, 1,
IS, 14, 53, 1. 1.
Pratt and Miss Parker Are
fSpecial Pi*patcb to The CalH
STANFORD UNTVERSITY. Fefc. 4.—
Brilliant tennis marked tbp final? of
the mixed dnublp» tennis tournanient,
which was won by Miss Klsie Parker
of Anna and F. S. Pratt of On
tario over kites Joyc« Waud of Ven
tura and V. T,. Sheldon of Berkeley by
a score of 2 —6. 6—3. 4—6, 6—3, 6—4.
"With the games at two all, the ex
citement was Intense at the opening: of
the last set. With the winners leading
at 5 —2, Miss Waud and Sheldon
steadied and came on with a rush,
taking the next two games and 40
love in the third, needing only one
point to place the teams on an even
footing for the third time in the tour
The remarkable steadiness of Miss
Parker and Pratt gave them the cham
New Coaching Stunt for
St. Mary's Tossers
/OAKLAND. Feb. 4.-^-A coaching sys
tem under the direction of Coach Eddie
Burns of the Phoenix team was started
yesterday at St. Marys college when
members of the varsity team were Bβ
lected to handle the Collegians and
Victors, the second and third teams
now beinsr formed. Captain Giugni,
Riordan, Horan and Johnson were the
men selected by Burns to form the
nucleus of the coaching system. These
men will assist Burns in trying out the
youngsters. The Collegians open their
high pchool schedule tomorrow after
noon against Oakland high on the col
lege diamond. Sunday morning the
team meets the Yosemltes.
DARTMOUTH VS CARLISLE?
NF-vT YORK. Feb. 4.—Report that the Dart
mouth football authorities are ronsiderine a
game with tho Carlisle Indian* in New York
next fall i* current in siiorting circlf-s. Tho fact
ihat T>artmoi!th has been dropped from the
Harvard eeiKMtvte leaves room for anotber big
game. Boston is al*o mentioned, and p*'rhape
more favorably because of the larger body of
Dartmoulh alumn! in that Pity.
CAPRON GOES TO MINORS
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. F«»b. 4. Ralph taprofl.
once famous a< m qunrterbaob of the Inirersity
Of Minnesota football team «nd last a
member of Pittsburs National leagrue base
belj team, Im"- been rWftaaed to the St. Paul
American ns-wiati»n cluli. Capron, it. i« * a \,i
here, was sent fen St. Paul as part of the fnniitttv
Marty O'Toylr irsdp, tbe I'ittsburg club owing
St. Paul au uutflci'Jcr.
Arrive With a Big
I < +■
? Four member* of the All
? Hawaiian polo team arrived
I yeeterday on the liner Mongolia.
• Two of them, Frank F. Baldwin
• and S. A. Baldwin, were accom
? panied by their wives. The other
" players were H. K. Taetle and
I Arthur Rice. >V. !*. nilllnsham,
• captain nf the team, arrived a
• few week* ago and hns played
T weveral times at the San Mateo
: I'olo club.
J The Hawaiian team will enter
• tbe tournament t« be played at
• Corouado and later will come
? north and play a series of wmes
• nt San Mnteo. Amonc the army
X teama whleb have met them in
• the l«land.-« the Hawaiian play
• em are liinhly regarded, and It
f I a predicted that they will fur
j nlsh some surprises for the Cali
-1 fornla players.
I The Hawaiian ponies were
• shipped up here two months asro
? and are now in the south, where
• they have been put into first
I class condition.
GAMES START TONIGHT
Scores Between Oakland and
Honolulu to Be Ex
changed by Cable
The first cross ocean bowling contest
ever held will be started this evening,
when the Oakland and Honolulu Y. M.
C. A. teams will start their "tourna
ment by cable." The teams will bowl
a series of 15 games, three being played
every "Wednesday night.
The teams will start bowling simul
taneously, the Honolulu team beginning
at 5:30 o'clock, mid Pacific time, and
the Oakland players rolling their first
ball at S o'clock. At the. conclusion the
results in the form of tho total pinfall
will be exchanged by cablegrams, which
will be received about 10:30 o'clock.
The Oakland teams will bo chosen
from the following men, five of whom
will bowl against five islanders: Vic
tor (captain), Kosht, Preston, Hall. G.
K. Porter. Paly. Olsen, A. E. Caldwell
and Luna , . The Honolulu team has not
If this novel tourney is a success the
islanders will try to form a bowling
league with teams from the T. M. C. A.'s
at Portland, Seattle, Oakland and Los
Angeles, all games to be conducted as
these will be.
Kilbane Outpoints Young
HEW YORK, Feb. 4.—Johnny Kilbane
of Cleveland, feather weight champion,
outpointed Young Driscoll of Brooklyn
in a ten round bout hero tonight. Kil
bane. had the better of every round,
hooking lefts and rights to the head.
with mi uppercut and short
jabs to the body.
CHURCH BOWLING LEAGUE RESULTS
OAKLAND, l<l.. 4.-Tbo Baptist RrothThoo.l
tenni defeated the Ffr>-t rongregationnls with a
score of 220H to 2229 IHSt night in th*> opeuinc
contest of the week Jii the Oakland Church Howl
ing league sremes. The winners scored an aver
age of ,4." r.;j astalni-r n team avt-rape or '■& hj
the (onjrregatfonal bowlers. The lineups:
Ksptist BrotherlnXMj—Hall. O'Bella, Johnson,
lYi'htcr and Reod.
Fir«t ("finsregHtional-.Tocliinp. Proctor, W. Por
ter. Th-jina*, Cat-s and G. K. Porter.
ROLLER POLO CHAMPIONSHIP
(.Specie! Dispatch to Tlie Call)
VAT>I,EJO. Feb. 4.—Manager Eddie Kelly of
the Vallejo roller polo team, will <nke his five
to Oroville Saturday nigbt. where they will play
two cames with the Butte county team fur the
i-h»rnr>fon*ihip of the state.
Charleston Race Results
(Special Dispatch to The Call)
CHARLESTON. H. C. Feb. 4.— Hesults of to
day's nc(M follow:
First THCn—Argonout, 7 to 1. won: Silieicn. 10
to 1 STOTifi: (.Hcnnnt. 1O to 1. <bir«l.
Second rare—Kinmiindy, 3 to 1. won; Syossett,
5 to I. serond: Dueltmn. ."« to 1. third.
Third reer- Font. 1 to ".. woo: Stairs. 20 to 1.
second: Heretio. R to 1. third.
Fourth race—l.onl Wells. <'• to 1. wen: Che
mulpo, even, x»*<-oiid; Fiel. ."• to 1. third.
Kiftti race— Dipper •". to 1. "on: < hronip. 6 to
1_ second: R.isoburK IV. 1"> to 1, third.
Sixth r.KT Ifcnrv Hutchison. .*. to 1, won: An
coii 7 to 1, sevoud; Questiou Mark, is to 0,
GLASS B LEAGUE
FAVORED BY BAUM
League President Is Back
From South Full of
WILLIAM J. SLATTERY
California is liable to have a class
Ti auxiliary league instead of a class
D organization. This news was brought
to San Francisco yesterday by Pres
ident Allan T. Baum of the Tacific
Coast league, who returned from Los
Angeles after a conference with the
southern magnates. They all favor
the class C proposition, for they be
lieve that better results can be ob
tained }<y raising the salary limit. Xow
it is up to the northern powers to
place iho stamp of approval on the
Baum is for the new rating provided
the others will stand in. He believes
that the southern magnates have the
right idea and that they will be able
to make the baby league a winner
from the start. But the circuit is go
ing to include more northern than
southern cities, and for this reason the
magnates in this section of the state
ought to derive more from it.
The proposed circuit will include.
Oakland, San Jose, Stockton and
Ftpsho, and other cities will be con
sidered In the meantime, it is planned
to play four games a week In the in
fant organization. The magnates will
make Oakland the traveling team most
of the time in order to give the smaller
cities a chance.
The southern magnates are willing
to finance the proposition, and if the
northerners will stand in it looks as
though the deal would go througli
readily enough. Bauni appears to be
very strong for it and he believes
that Bwiaff, Ish, Leavitt and Atkin will
listen to reaAOfl when the proposition
is put up to them.
"I am in favor of the class C league
if the others are willing to stand hy
the southerners and back it up." says
Bauni. "Of course, they must all have
their say in the matter and it will
take some time to fix things up. The
little league ought to develop a lot of
talent for the Coast league and I think
that they will all realize this when it
is put up to them. ,.
The cities proposed in the new cir
cuit have had their tips and downs in
tho baseball world in the past. Some
of them supported the smaller clubs.
while others Tailed. But with proper
organization and efficient management.
it looks as though the league ought to
be a financial success, if the magnates
will stand up and give it a fair start.
Garnett Bush, the new umpire whom
Baum signed up some weeks ago, ar
rivod yesterday from tho middle west
by way of L.os Angeles. Bush is one
of the most experienced indicator men
in the business. He never made a trip
to the Pacific roast before, although
he has been in every other part of the
United .States and all through Canada.
He appears to be a determined chap
and has a splendid record. He was rec
ommended to Bauni by some of the big
puns in the east, and if his reputation
counts for anything: he figures to make
jrood from thr jumpoff.
Bush stopped over a couple of days
at Juniez to take- in the races. He is
an old tirnt follower of the. sports of
kings and was keenly Interested in the
Kame on the other side of the border.
"They had a sort of fiesta on." said
Hu.sh. "and wore running open gambling
games rigiit on the sidewalks. I novfr
saw anything like it in my life. The
gamblers upenied to be making plenty
of money and everybody was happy.
The racing game looks good ther»>.
••The track officials wore afraid of
another revolution. The soldio-rs were
arriving In bunches, accompanied by
their families. They were shy on
clothes and arms, but seemed to be
willing enough to fight at the drop of
Bautn predict* ii great year for the
new club at Venice. The southern
magnates ulrrady have decided to
change the name of Vernon to Venice,
but the*«lub will still carry the "Tiger"
prefix. "Work already lias been started
on the plant and the season will be
opened there- with a great hurrah.
The grounds will be the largest in
the Coast Ifacnp circuit and a home
run ran be made l:«y any batsman who
is able to wallop the- ball past the
outfielder*. A fine new grass infield
will be planted, but the outfield will
not be sodded until next season. The
citizen* of Venice appear to be all
smoked up over the affair, according:
to Bhuiii, and if nothing goes wrong
the game ought to prosper there even
more than it propsered in Vernon dur
ing the last three years.
LONG SHOTS GET
THE MONEY AGAIN
For the Second Day Run
ning, Favorites Fail to
Show Their Speed
Dispatch to The Call)
EL PASO, Feb. 4.—For the second
day running the favorites all fell by
the wayside at the Juarez track this
afternoon, so the talent was badly
stung. Blaze started the ball rolling by
i getting away with the opening event at
j odds of 12 to 1. Galen Gale at 4 to 1
had an easy time of It in the third
event, while Orimar Lad, at 12 to 1,
captured the fifth. Summary:
FIRST RACK—Six furlongs:
Odds. Horse. Weight. Jot-key St. Str. Pin.
] 12-I—Blaze B. 10© ■iCavauaujrh). .. 2 111
7 1 —Luke Van Zandt, !>4 (Hi 11)... 6 3 2 »4
10-I— (2)EVKAN. 108 (Guy 1....... 4 233
Time, 1:14 4-:.. Blaze D place". •£ show; Luke
."••2 plaoo. (i-5 show: Evran S-5 show. Horicon,
(3)Fair Louise, Vtreo, Tom O. (l)Gay, Bl Toro,
Red Widow, also ran. Scratched—Cool, Kiora.
SECOND RACE- One mile:
Odds. Horse. Weight. Jockey. St. Str. Fin.
7 2—(2) PALM A. lO.'i (Bobbins) .,.. 5 1 14
3-2— fI)FLYING. lO.T (Nathan) 1 :t 2 2
8 I—Silver Grain, 108 (Kirschbml 7 2 3 2
Time. 1:H. Paima «5 place. 1-2 show: Flying
3-r. place, 1-4 show: Grain \ *how. Free Will.
(3)Transparent, Royal Rirer. Sadie Shapiro, also
ran. Scratched— cfex, Ocean Queen.
THIRD RACE—Six furlongs:
Odds. Horse, Weight. Jockey. St. Sfr. Fln.
4-I—Galene Gale. 106 (Robbins>... 7 1 13
7-1 —Ruth Esther. 103 (Kederis).. 4 2 2 3
15-1 —Native Son, 10$ (Gliyi 8 4 .", I
Time, 1:142-5. Gale 2 place, 1. show; Esther
3 place. So show; Son 3 show, (lilnquieta., Doe
Allen, Rio Pecos. Lady Youns. (3)Ma«da Bonnie
Hard, Meada, (2) Commendation, Recover, also
FOURTH RA< E—Sis furlongs:
On.ls. Hnrse. Wel c ht. Jockey. St. Str. Fin.
ft 2— (1)G. of OPHIS. IOT ißobns) 12 11
ft-."— OjKOOTENAY, OK (Hi!l> 3 1 9»
U-s— L*cfcrCM«. 11l <Boreli 5 4 ;; ',
Time. 1:12 I-, - .. Gold of Ophtr 6." place. 12
ihofr; Kootenay 4-o place, 1-3 fhow: I.a'-krose
2-8 mow, OiT!;" Oxnard. Wlnterjtreen. (2)ln
eurance Man, Fnrlonjr. Cockspur. «lso rau.
Scratched--Florence Roberts', Dr. Dougherty.
FIFTH RACK—Sis furlonpn:
OiWs. n-TNe. Weight. Jockey. St. Str. Fin.
12-1— (2)0. LAD, 100 i.McDonald).. ." 1 1 n*
."-1 -Aziirea, 93 (Hill) 2 2 2 \
| 4-I —Volsel. Mβ (Burlingaraei 4 3 3 2
Time. 1:13 2-5. Orimar l.ad •*> place 3 «.lmw;
AzurfM 2 l>lace 1 show; Volsel O-10 show.
(l)Evelina, Fanenii Hall, (3)Clint Tucker, Milt
Jones. Ardelon. ("oidic F. C'liarley Brown, Sanky,
also ran. Scratched—Deerfoot.
SIXTH KACB-- Six furlongs:
Odds. Born*, Weight. Jockey. St. Str. Fin.
β-l— -Calfthwaplan, 100 <McCabe>. ."> 2 1 i?
n-2—(2JACUMEN. 10S (Burlingmej 7 S 2 1
10-o—Cantem. 10," (Ulll) 2 2 3 £
Time. 1:3»2-."".. Calethuraplaii 2 place. 1 show;
Aenmen 8-r> place. 4-."i show: f'antem S-β show.
(l)Royal Dolly. (3)Gelico. Gift, Wllhlte, Lady
Willie. Jack Ellis, also ran.
Weather five; track fast.
Selections for the
Juarez Races Today
4 ■ •
By JOE MURPHY
Following nre The Call's selections for tte
races at Juarez today:
FIRST RACE—Throe and a half furlongs:
Index. Unree Wt.
1911 PAW 108
191'] LA ESTRELLA 152
mi BARBAEA LANE 112
ir>ll HonPtjlrt W>B
1527 Brevity 112
192.1 Best Be 105
1911 Deil* Mark 112
1911 Peek a-800 112
1881 Old notch 112
mil Robert Mantell 112
1833 Mnnpon 113
ion Kiltie tIS
May L 112
Paw ebovred gonrl sperd in l as t race and
figiirf-3 l>egt on pust performances.
SECOND RACE—One mile:
Index. Horse, wt.
1838 COED iri3
1834 THE PEER 103
1312 LOOKOUT 105
19U , Ah Moon 9.1
1533 Coppers 105
562 I.awn 98
1014 Sam Bernard 100
IS&6 Rampant 103
1913 P-elena 103
1915 Lonla : 103
1804 Barney Oldfield 1O.">
jnO7 S. V. HfHigti 105
Coed has the speed and should be able to
carry It apainst this field. Next three look like
TIURIt RACE—Fire and a half furlongs:
IndeT. Hnr-e. Wt
1010 EDMOND ADAMS 10S
is".? ROBERTA Iα",
i;il.-. PERCY HENDERSON 101
IWB Beda u\r.
IW2 Ann" Morten 10:1
nwiT Mike Mollett \4C,
1906 Rrnnt H no
ism KoMiita in.-?
1886 Salesia 90
3642 Iftnco .Timmle ioi
l!O> In Canadora 10e
Boca (irnjide uwj
Kdntoud Adams at his best and has the npeed.
Roberta fijj'ireg close tip. Percy Hend'Tson can
(hi bptter th.in recent racps fihow.
KOT'RTH BACK—BU furlongs:
Index. Morse. t
1020 PAN ZARETTA 1H
1878 EL PALOMAR Hβ
I!*k> KIVA tn
188S Truly in: , ,
isT.'i Gordon RaaeH in , :
isrir, 141 c Tale l^.;
]sa~. Nobby ii 2
Pen ZereltH h»* not beeu beaten at the Met;
weight w»l! and l<v>k.« best. El Palotuax
looks like the ooly contender.
FIFTH 'RACK—One mile:
Index. lli>r>p. wt
1(98 L. M. ECKERT !or,
l!).1il CREX 10." I
i;i: 1 GALENE GALE j»8
1914 I,auit>ertha mr, i
1!»24i Ben t.ncas 10M i
I2t;i> Wicket 10.-,!
u<24 C. \V. Ki>noon ia"i
ir>'.'4 Quick Trip lor.
1«14 Adolnnt" 10.'.
1024 Helen Srntt 103
1563 Beatrice Scnio fc $$
1,. M. Krkert looks tn havf> the class on this
6>!d. Crex is right now and looks the con
SIXTH HACK-Fire and a half furlongs:
I ride v. H"r>e. Wt
I<<49 BUTTER BALL lO'i 1
U'lS 3V&T RED te*
191 X DOMINICA mo, i
Ifi. r 7 Napa Nick Wβ I
issci fiiizaiwtii Rarwood as I
1524 (iarUud |m
IR3I Miss Joan 102'
15449 rielftnry 100 (
CIQM fit between tnp three.
BESX BETS—PAN ZAKETTA, L. M. ECKERT
U.C. TRACK TEAM
TO GO TO HARVARD
First Eastern Conference
Invasion by California
in Many Years
(Speef*! Dispatch to The OelU
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Feb.
4.—The schedule for the blue and gold
varsity track teams has been arranged
and includes meets with all of the Im
portant teams of the state and In addi
tion provides for an eastern trip to
be made after the close of college in
May. The most important meets will
be the one with Stanford, the Pacific,
coast conference meet, and the meet 3
in the Harvard stadium "with the Uni
versity of Michigan and as a com
petitor in the intercollegiate meet.
The schedule is as follows:
March I—Freshmen vs. St. Mary*».
March B—lnterclass meet-
March I'2—Varsity vs. U. S. C. at Los
March 29—Fresh men vs. U. 8. C.
April 4 and s—lnterscholastic meet.
April 12—Varsity vs. Pomona and Oc
cidental at 1..0S Angelep.
April 19—California vs. Stanford.
May 10—Pacific coast conference.
May 24—California vs. Michigan.
May 31—Eastern conference, intercol
legiate meet, probably at Harvard sta
The track season will bo inaugurated
tomorrow afternoon at a rally. At this
meeting: all of the men who desire to
try for the teams will sis:n up. and
active work will begin immediately.
Amon.sr the men who will speak at the
meeting will be Colonel Kdwardp.
Trainer "Walter Christie, «Jraduate
Manager Donald, f'aptain Weed and
former Captain Krotsinger.
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