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EX 1PA.S0 HER A T Jl December 31, 1910. The Herald's Sporting News 21
Le Herald's Sportiig News
inkers New Scheme To Kill Sacrifice Hits
ib Shortstop Evolves Plan
to Break "Dp Bunting
rhicago. 111., Dec. 31. Joe s.l
o plays shortstop for the Chicago
bs in summers, acts on the stage m
nters and still find t'me to devote to
fnmiiv a-nfi friends, has Just oeviseu
scheme which, if put into, operation
i properly executed on the nan neui.
11 break up the buntin? same u.uu.
ase sr eedy base runners to stand ,
ne still on the base lines, bewnierea
d helpless. It may revolutionize oase
!li Mcft of the dav.
Incidentally, Joe confided that this
heme of his was the main reason why
wanted to play third base, because
the new plan the third baseman s
play the leading- role, and, like all
tors, Jor has pictured nimsen in me
Now. at first sight, this scheme may
I would like to be given a chance to
try for it. and I would also like to see
this scheme developed and put into ac
tion. "I suppose you'll say that about the
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self with even Owen Moran. Freddie
"Welsh or Abe Attell for an opponent.
There are other far western lads -who
are coming along nicely. Antone La
grave, who is .probably a pound or two
above the lightweight scale, is Improv
ing right along, while Frankie Burns,
who was Hogan's rival in their "ama
teur days." is thought by a great many
assured there was a man on each base
ready to receive the ball.
"I should judge that having the first
baseman slick o " - obtained bv to be the most Promising lightweight
about six feet off the lead ootamea oy -,
the base runner. That's enougn to per- ,
mit many a play at second that would
not be made otherwise. The second
baseman would always be there, you
see, for he wouldn't have to be playing
half way between the bags, ready to
cover first u tne i.iijl ouuau ""
after the ball.
Had It Loiik In Mind. )
"I've been thinking of that scheme
for a, long time, and have always be
lieved iVould put it through if given a
chance. Of course, x am not sajms
that I'm going to play third base, for
I'm going to play just where the man- j
ager puts me. but if third base position .
is open on the Cuds" team ne.i sp""s
Tne diagram on th eleft shows the confusion attending the present style
of playing bunts. The first, second and third basemen are drawn from their
positions and the runner on filrst is given a big lead. The diagram on the
aright illustrates Tinker's new scheme for fielding bunts and blocking sac
rifice hits. The first baseman holds his base and keeps the runner close.
The pitcher, third base and catcher field all bunts.
kt appeal to some of the wise follow-
of the national game, but a bit of
Ireful consideration of the thing un-
lubtedly will convince him that it is
of the most sensible suggestions
lr improving the defensive part of the
(.me that has come up since 18S5, when
fcarley Comiskey began playing far
Ick of first base and taught the pitch-
to cover the bag when balls were hit
the first baseman.
Scheme Is SImple One.
foe's scheme is so simple that one
nders why some shrewd major
Lgue manager has not thought of it
Ffore, but if such is the case it has
ver be?n put into practice.
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i .i.. jji its very semom we see- a runner
the pitcher and the catcher handles
every one that is dumped jut in front
of the plate
In this way first base is always cov
ered by the regular man while the sec
ond baseman is always stationed on i
second time we turn the trick the bat
ter will clout one through my legs in
stead of bunting. Well, he's liable to
do that anyway, and if he should hap
pen tx clout ' one the otlier Kvay, it
would be better to have the first base-
the middle bag ready for a play here man playing back for him. I can see
and. the shortstop runs down to third no reason why the plan wouldn't hold
to prevent the base runner from going i the baserunner closer to the bag and
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Good in Third Baee and-
from first to third on the play.
prevent his running wild.
"There's no doubt in my mind that
the third baseman, pitcher and catcher
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siding bunts and have him stick to the . " " """- are enougn men to nanaie an dudis, so
ig, have the pitcher always go to his '-LinKer llL liillimB uvbi me piau. "t whj' should tne tirst Daseman oe drawn
kft to cover ground only in that terri- AWUl im:s it"e"1-' " "K""""- a rtt," i in, too. thus Dreading up tne entire m-
fry. while the third baseman takes ee "u leaaun wnj n.u oUUUiUU u tiem ana allowing tne Dase runner to
f.re of every chance to the right of De Puliea onen, ana once yuu 5et w take sucn liberties. Of course, tne piay
j uuuii uui -c uuuuuB b"'" Mi.o.. i acciies wnon tnere is a runner uu iirsi.
i uv. iou see, tne urszz oascman Deintr
"witK strength and ease
tHoy al"srays please"
LEVI STSAUSS (SL CO.
close to that spot and prevent his- get
ting a big lead before the baiter touch
es the ball.
"There's too much confusion in hand
ling bunts, anyway, and there-'s no rea
son that I can sse why the third base
man and 'pitcher, with the aid of the
catcher, couldn't handle" everything.
The pitcher would go to his left as he
delivered the ball and always be on the
spot ready to handle the balL As it is
now, he runs straight in and has to be
lut that's the condition that exists for ,
ftttnrdt mnc-ienciiB- ur the- otinting. I"
don't know how many managers will
agree with me on this scheme, but I'd
just like to try it out and if it won't
work, then I'm ready to go back to
shortstop and keep my mouth shut."
Joe said he had never suggested the
scheme to manager Frank Chance or
anyone else, and made it plain .that he
was'not after Harry Steinfeldt's job at
third base either. But he said that if
there was to be a change made at third
prepared to jump to either side, then J bse next year. Jie -vvmld ask for a
probably become entangled with the
third, baseman or the first baseman in
getting the ball.
Then, knowing that the second base-
x man would always be stationed on the
j middle, bag. many a play could be made
there that -would not be attempted oth
erwise because of fear the baseman
would not be on the spot- A third base-
1 man. with a good arm and acti'e on his
feet could rush in. scoop a ball and
whirl and shoot it to second without
hesitating that instant that loses so
many runners. He would always be
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chance to be tried and once, on the job
he intends to Tequest that "his scheme
of breaking up the bunting game be
practiced and put into operation-
If it works with anything like the
accuracy and precision of Tinker's
plans on paper, it would soon be adopt
ed by all the major league clubs and
then such fleet footed athletes as Ty
Qobb, Eddie Collins, Bob Bescher, Hans
liobert and Larry Doyle would find half
their prowess on the base lines eliminated.
Bat's Two Statements Stdly'
At Variance and -Cause Talk
By W. W. Naughton.
J. "W. Fuller lost Gen. Marchmont,
who -was claimed ty Jor i Day at the
entered price after the third race at
the Juarez track Friday. The Geneial
was a favorite, but the best he could
do in the seven furlong event was to
take fourth place.
Clint Tucker, tre winner of this race,
went to the barrier at 13 to 1, tb big
odds being given on him because in'
the last race he ran, while he was a
two to five favorite in a six furlong
event he got lost from the field and
turned up after all the other ponies
had cantered across the tape.
DuBois took the first event, a. five
and one-half furlong race, for two-'
yearolds, running away from his field,
keeping two lengths ahead until the
last turn and tnen showing his heels
to the other horses in tlje home
stretch. Doc Allen with Rice 4ip took the sec
ond race from a field of 11 horses. Doc
Allen laid behind -ed Carmack until
the turn and sent him into the lead,
but on the homestretch left him three
"Wins by Lenffth.
In a field of eight Tube Rose with
Allen in the saddle, took the fourth
race of the day. Cathryn .Scott, Ha
Knows and Joe "Woods took turns set
ting the pace and in the final rush
the entire field was close together.
Tube Rose winning by a length over
Joe "Woods, who was half a length la
front of Cathryn Scott.
Irrigator, guided by Rice, got a good
position in the start of the fifth race
and maintained it to tne end, winning
bj- a length.
Uncle Ben was returned winner in
the last race of the day, scoring his
first victory of the meet by leading Cat
by two lengths all the" way from xthe last
turn to the wire.
It was milk and honey for the
bookies Friday for in the six racts "but
one favorite won, DuBois ' taking the
First race, five and a half furlongs,
purse, twoyearolds, value to first, 225
DuBois, 10o (Molesworth) 7 to 5,
won; ilockler, 10S (Ganz) 7 to 1, sec
ond; Fritz Emmett, 105 (Rice) 6 to 1,
third. Time, 1:06 4-5. Canapa. Com
pliment, Scarlet Pimpernel, Sho, Dead
wood, Ed Withers ran. .
Second race, six furlongs, threeyear-
t oias" and up, ralue to "Tirst, ?2Z3Doc
(Forehand) 7 to 2, second; Siscus, 103
(Moore) 5 to 1, third. Time, 1:13 2-5".
Cherwardine. Sporting Life, Ned Car
mack, Fusileer, Bellflower, Old Nick,
Yankee Nic, Fred Maier ran.
Third race, seven furlongs, selling,
fouryearolds and up, value to first
$400 Clint Tucker, 105 (Murphy) 13
to 1, won; "Work Box,ll2 (McCullough)
12 to 1, second; Execute, 111 (Smith)
9 to 2 third. Time 1:25 1-5. Gen.
Marchmont, Lucky Mose, Otilo, Del
Cruzador, Chepontuc ran.
Fourth ract, six furlongs,' selling,
threeyenrolds and up, value to first
$225 Tube Rose, 95 (Allen) 11 to 2,
won; Joe "Woods, 111 (Reid) 15 to 1,
second; Cathryn Scott, 100 (Forehand)
12 to 1, third. Time, 1:14 2-5. High
Culture, He Knows, -Smiley Metzner,
Sink Spring, Plume ran.
Fifth race, one' mile, selling, four-
yearolds and up, value to first, $300
Irrigator, 105 (Rice),? 4 to 1, won;
Buna, 103 (Murphy) 5 to 2. second;
Alma-Boy, 107 (Reid) 3 to 2, third. Time
1:40 4-5. Red Hussar, Taskmaster,
SixCn race, six furlongs, selling, two
yearolds, value to first, $300 Uncle
Ben 111 (Smith) 3 to 1, won; Cat, 105
(Rict) 7 to 1, second; Rue, 111 (Moles
worth) 6 to 5. third. Time. 1:12 3-5.
Rue, PIt-a-pat, The Hague. Berq Getty
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were victorious by a 74 margin. "War
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Tuttle 142 16S 161 471
Rohmer 162 183 147 492
Steffes 161 171 160 492
White 223 163 179 565 i
Tigers 1 2
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Johnson 124 163
Warren 114 145
Clutter 159 103
Parlser ISO 169 -
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3 years of continuous fisrhting I can i look like "30 cents." .
j say in all seriousness that I am 100
percent better now than I have been at
any time during my career. Like good
wine, I think I have improved with
(Extrict from Bat Nelson, Feb. 21.
"1 was not in condition and I knew I
could not get into condition on Februa
ry 22 last When they continued to de
mand a fight I put the figures so high
that I never thought they would ac
(Extract from Bat Nelson, Dec 21,
I remember when Terry McGovern
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as though he wanted to walk out of
the ring and across the heads of the
crowd. Now, a fellow who is used to
being knocked down would have re
mained on the carpet and taken as
much of the count as the law allowed.
It was a new experience to Terry and
he did not know how to act. He want-
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The above are excerpts from two In- ed to keep up and doing and in his
terviews in which Bat Nelspn was the dazed condition it was the easiest
man interviewed. The smtement in i thing- in the world for the hard punch-
which he sets forth that he was not in
condition for his fight with Ad TVol-
t gast and knew he could not get into
condition was made in Detroit Decem
fae 21. The interview in which h2 says
he was 100 percent better than at any
Mnt ftuftry FsscS Wmrfaif,
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IVeYr o Bat Xelson.
In the same way this thing of being
puncned into submission is compara
Jt-it aJ i . -t . -j- ..
time. In hi mrwr --Q v-t, tn fho ' -lvui u. new e.vjjeufiice u J5UI XNBlSOn
writer on Feb. 21. the night before the j f nd le s nfc Jeajned the trick of ac-
rrnrr wnn vn fiT t -. - ;- o . j -
In Which Was He Sincere?
In which interview did Nelson speak
He is generally regarded as a defeat- j
ed champion who deserves well at the
handsof the public for the reason that
He knows how to explain a victory
and to give the other man credit for
being "a good, game fellow," and all
the rest of it, but he does not seem to
know how to change gear and view
things from the standpoint of a loser.
Mavbe if he continues fn the game he
he has always given the public a i will become more of a philosopher and
square, deal and a run. for its money. leave himself less open to censure.
If he really said in Detroit on the j Ad "Wolgast, according to all ac
dato named that he was not in condi- counts, has demanded the sum of S12-
J Mon and knew he could not not get into 500 as one of the conditions on which
I opdltfon for the vVolgast affair, he did ! he will agree to box Owen Moran in the
The Biggins Clark Match
Causes Sheriff to Adopt
Drastic Measures. '
Roswell, N. M.. Dec. 31. There will
be no more public boxing contests- al
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sued by sheriff Ballard and city mar
shal Woofter to the sports of Roswell
stands. This is the result of the at
tack of a mob on "Kid" Clark at the
armory, when in the boxing match
with Alfred Higgins, Clark, it is
claimed, instead of putting up a fight,
kept on the defensive only. As soon
as the crowd suspected that Clark was
merely trying to "stay in" for six
rounds and thus win the door re
ceipts and a bet of $50 he had made
them. 3 6 years, cur.
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Blood Poison can never b cured vrlth mercury
or potash. You might cs well know this first a3
last. Medical authorities say eo. The most these
drugs can do Is to drive the blood poison bacc
Into the system and smother it for several years.
Then -when you think you are cured, pitiful mer
cury symptoms will break out, and you find that
jour bones have been rotting all the wtille. Your
teeth will begin to loosen and your tissues,
glands, brain and vital organs will show the
terrible destructive power of the mercury and
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rescued Clark his face was badly dis
figured and several ribs were broken.
He was taken to St. Mary's hospital.
not give th public a square deal on
tl'at occas'on. He allowed the public
to bet .on him. He went further. He
er"ouraged and stimulated betting by
t llinjr the writer for publication be
was -one hundred percent better than
ixo ever was in his career." He added
spring. If Wolgast is left alone the
chances are he will change his terms.
It is as plain as the nose on one's face
that the Important matches of 1911 will
be confined to the lightweight division.
There is no dearth apparently of 136
pound men and it will be easy enough
that he vra.s "250 percent better" than . to keep the pugilistic ball rolling and
allow Mr. wolgast to continue sulking
in his tent.
Twben he boxed Wolgast before in Los
Talking Through HIh Hat. FrlscoVi Latest Contribution.
For all that, what he said in Februa- San Francisco's -latest contribution to
rv and later in December is strangely the lightweight class. Mr. "One 'Round"
af variance, I believe that in his heart i Hogan, is a youngster who will mak
Xelson is an honest fellow. If he said , friends. fQ, himself wherever ringside
the worls attributed to him in Detroit J crowds are gathered. In his work he
he was stJmnl5 talkin through his liat. ' is neat without being showy. He is one
I believe the durable ane was sin- , of the best two handed boxers develon
cere in what he told me that he was j ed in the city in many years and would I
on the side, a crowd s-w armed upon i ""Lse statements, ane remarKame
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