Kilhane Defeats Monte
Uses Baseball Talk
Owner of Scranton Team Tells Bride
Schedule of Life With
EDWARD J. COLBMAN, owner el
the Scranton dab of the New
York State league, was recently
appointed an alderman in that city
A few days ago be married a young
couple. It was his first Knot-tying
job and Coleman took. adT&ntage of the
occasion to tell the people Just how to
conduct themselves hi the matrimon
"You are now starting on the great
est season in your careers," began
the alderman. "The preliminaries
are over. Your race te on. You've
signed up. both of you, to go in as 3
team in the matrimonial league, de
termined to win. You mightn't ge
right to the top. because it will take
some time for you get acquainted with
each other's style. Bntt that won't
take long if you are both sincere and
strive for the good of the team
rather than for individual records.
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In Wedding Service
and Groom "Nobody Goes Through the
a Percentage of 1000."
First of all. get your signals in per
fect working order, so there won't
be misunderstandings and confusion.
Don't let slnmps discourage you. Re
member, we all have our slumps
our good day- and our bad ones. No
body goes through the schedule of life
with a percentage of 1000. Just do
your best every day. and if you make
errors, let them go as part of the
game, for we all make errors, and the
easier the chance the more liable we
are to miss. If a costly error oc
curs, don't jump at the conclusion
that the game is lost, but grit your
teeth and make up for the error on
the harder chances that are bound
In closing the magnate alderman
admonished the bridegroom to "cover
your territory like a stone wall and
allow no hits to go through you."
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KILBANE HAS EASY
VICTORY OVER ATTELL
Cleveland. O.. Dec 4. Spurred by the
demands of his friends that he demon
strate his utmost ability, Johnny Kll
bane, featherweight champion, de
cisively defeated Monte Attell. of San
Francisco, brother of the former
featherweight champion, in a 12 round
Attell was receiving such punishment
that in the eighth round the police de
manded that the bout be stopped and
the referee gave Kilbane the decision
after one minute of fighting in the
Attell never had a chance to display
his ability. Kilbane started off with a
rush and knocked Attell down in the
first round. Attell was groggy after
that and stayed only on his nerve. Half
a dozen times after that Kilbane
knocked Attell down, the champion's
rapid succession of blows to the face
js-iioane Kept ioiowing nig man
around the ring, landing six blows to
every one he received. Attell's blows
lacked power and he could not stay
the champion's rushes. Attell's face
was bleeding and be could hardly stand
when he was led from the ring after
the fight -was stopped.
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OLD GUARDS LOSE
' TO ANDREAS'S TEAM
Veterans Lose All Four I'olnts In
DoiTling Match Millers Defeat
"William Jennings's Quintet.
The entire quaret of points were
swept away by the Andreas quintet
Tuesday njght at the Cactus alleys
when they defeated the veteran Old
Guard team in the City bowling league
by a margin of 152 pins. White
rolled high game, 181, for the Old
Guards and Foster high total 540. The
second match was played in the Indus
trial league, the Globe Mills five win
ning from the "William Jennings team
by a margin of 81 pins. Fowler
bowled high game for the winners, 191
and high total 516. Three of the four
points in the match were won by
The following scores were made
Andreas 140 222 152 614
Lehman 225 15S 181 659
Stone 197 185 803 586
Wale 1S8 165 211 534
Stratton 201 144 157 692
869 904 3694
163 174 626
108 172 540
146 167 478
l&l 178 526
Houck 169 136 169 474
888 794 860 2542
Points won: Andreas 4.
High game: Lehman 225.
High total: Stone 585.
Strikeout: Stratton. White.
Rogers 168 135 119 422
Fowter ISO 191 144 515
Buquor 116 146 168 420
Chenoweth 113 91 142 348
Chernin 1S4 152 143 479
761 725 706 2192
William Jennings Co.
Wood 150 128 119 39T
Fillerman 172 130 131 433
Byrnes 161 104 139 394
Woods 137 160 133 430
Nagle 161 137 IS 457
771 659 681 2111
Points won: Globe Mills 5, Wm.
Jennings Co, 1.
High game: Fowler 191.
High total. Fowler 516.
Tutch" Isagle. the only man who
made a strikeout in the Industrial
league, is something besides a good
bowler. Nagle is a heavy hitter in
baseball and has signed up with Gal
veston in the Texas league for next
Only one time in the City league
match last night did "Walz show a
flash of his old time form. In the
last game Walz rolled 211 pins.
Lehman of the Andreas team, got
nine strikes, one miss and one split
in the first game out of 11 times at
Stone, of the Andreas team, played
a steady, consistent game, rolling
high total for his team. 585.
Stratton, of the Andreas five, and
White, of the Old Guards, were the
only bowlers to make strikeouts. Sev
eral members of the diferent teams
tried for these honors getting two
strikes but could not make the decid
ing third one.
Houck, of the Old Guards team Is a
former star, but last night was the
only night in the history of the Cactus
alleys that he rolled the lowest total
of any bowler.
Not one bowler of the Andreas team
last night bowled under 500 for a
Tonight the Calisher five and the
Bik pin spillers will meet on Cactus
alleys in the City league, while the
K. P. & S. W. and the Mine & Smelter
I teams will clash in the Industrial
POLICE IiEEP CROWD BACK AS
JOHNSON "WEDS Ll)CILE O.V3IBRO.T
Chicago, III., Dec 4 Jack Johnson,
negro pugilist, was married to Miss
Ladle Cameron, the 19 year old Min
neapolis girl, who recently appeared
as a witness against him before the
federal grand jury which returned in
dictments ohargiiig him with viola
tions of the white slave law. The
ceremony was performed at the home
of Johnson's aged mother on the
south side by H. A. Roberts, a negro
A curious crowd of nearly 100 men
and women gathered outside the house
and a squad of police Was kept busy
The plan of having a moving picture
film made of the "wedding ceremony
for -which Johnson was to have re
ceived 35000 was abandoned at the last
moment because chief of police Mc
Weeny prohibited it. A woman news
paper writer was ordered from the
house before the. ceremony because
she offended Johnson by asking too
DUCK" GOWAX IS BACK.
T5uok" Gowan, baseball player in
summer and El.Pasoan in winter, has
returned from Nebraska, where he has
been playing professional ball through
til A fllimmA,. DAOCAn 17a VI. ,11 tS.. ttavn
until the spring.
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BANKERS LOSE IN
Cactus Team Scores 43 Points Against
17 at Hippodrome Rink Commer
cial League I'laja at V. 31. C. A.
By fast playing the Cactus team piled
up a score of 43 to the 17 points of the
Rio Grande bank aggregation thus win
ning the second game of the basketball !
series played uuesaay nignt at tne Hip
podrome skating rink.
Hoover, one of the forwards of the
Cactus, was the star performer, netting
22 points for his team. In the first
half he threw six field goals and in the
second five. Hoover's throwing goals
from the field was one of the features
of the game. Taylor, the other forward,
shared the honors with Hoover, demon
strating his ability in tossing the ball
in the basket by making five out of
six. His field goals were the work of
an expert. Snyder, who went in for
Jones at center for the Cactus, played
an excellent game.
Sullivan, Holaman, Rumsey. Chant
and Atkinson were the stars for the
bankers. The Cactus team was com
posed of Ross and Hall, guards. Hoover
and Taylor, forwards: Jones and Sny
der centers. The Bank team -was made
up of Atkinson and Rumsey, guards:
Holxman and McClune. forwards; Neel
and Chant, center; Sullivan, substitute.
Referee, Martin; umpire. Golden;
timekeeper. Hall, and scorer. Bowden.
Commercial League Games.
With a score of 29 to 25 points, Bryan
Bros', speedy quintet won the opening
basketball game in the Commercial
league series over the Shelton-Payne
team Tuesday night at the Y. M. C A.
The game was stubbornly fought
throughout. Though the Bryanites were
handicapped by having but four mem
bers of the team present, the disad
vantage was made up by the classy ball
caging feats of C Bowman, who scored
21 of the 29 points to the Bryanites
.In the second game the El Paso
Piano company team won over the W.
G. Walz team, with the score of 40 to
21. R. Bowman and Daur were the
musicians' shooting stars, while L. Mar
shall and Martin did the basket throw
ing for the Walz outfit. In this game
the Walz team had to play with but
HOPPE WINS PR03I SLOSSON".
Philadelphia, Pa., Dec 4. George
Slosson who defeated Yamada, the
Japanese expert, was defeated by Wil
lie Hoppe in the second game of the
1 2 balkline billiard tournament here
by 400 to 231. Hoppe had an average
of 33 1-3 for the game. His high
run was 8. Slosson made an average
of 19 1-4 and had a high run of 70.
WALTERS BESTS PIBRSON.
St. Joseph. Mo., Dec 4 Sailor Billy
Walters, of Chicago, was given the de
cision in the 15th round of a welter
weight fight with Charlie Piersen. of
Denver. There was a great deal of in
fighting and the contest was lively
throughout. Walters has been matched
with "Wildcat' Ferns for a fight here
at a date to be set later.
KETCIL1M IS XEAV YALE CAPTAIN.
New Haven. Conm, Dec 4. Henry
Holman Ketcham, 1914. of Brooklyn,
K V. has been elected captain of the
Yale football team for 1913. Ketcham J
played center on the eleven for two
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SHORT, SNAPPY SPORTLETS
CHARLIE Ledoux, the French ban
tamweight champion, has been
matched to box Frankie Burns, of
Jersey City, at New Orleans during the
second week of December. Kfforts will
be made to bring Xld Williams to New
Orleans to challenge the winner.
President Hermann, of the Cincinnati
Reds, has denied the rumor that A.
Jones, former manager of the Chicago
Americans, will manage the Reds next
In answer to Ad Wolgast's challenge
for a return fight WiUie Ritchie says
tnat ne is re&ujr it iruot. taw w-cowx--
ion for a return match as soon as he 1
is tnrougn wnn nis tneaincai eins-fe"
ments and provided a suitable purse is
offered. Ritchie says that the next
match will be on his own terms and
that he will dictate tl" terms as champ
ion. 3t -9t 3
Mordeeai Brown has returned to Chi
cago from his trip to the Indiana hunt
ing grounds and has begun a more or
less rigid inquiry to find out where
"he's at." The latest National league
bulletin says he was released by the
Cubs to Louisville, but his name doesn't
appear on the Colonel's reserve list.
Douglas Squires, a schoolboy 19 years
old. fell and struck his head in a basket
ball game at San Jose. California, and
died .within a few minutes.
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"Chick" Lathers, former University
of Michigan star, who played utility
roles for the Tigers for two seasons
and then was sent to Providence, in all
probability will be with Indianapolis
next year. Indianapolis asks him in ex
change for Charles CLeary.
President Navin, of Detroit, has de
nied the story emanating from Chicago
to the effect that Frank Chance would
go to the Yankees and Joe Tinker to
Cincinnati through the medium of trade
of Red Corriden for Chance. Hal
Chase, the player, it was said Detroit
would get in the transaction, Mr. Na
vin does not want.
With the Newark International
league club agreeing to the demands of
a $40 a year salary. Harry Smith,
the former National league player,
signed a contract to manage the In
dians next season as the successor of
Iron Man Jos McGinnlty.
Joe Rivers and Joe Mandot have
signed articles for a third meeting, the
bout to take place Feb. 22 The bout
hinges on champion Ritchie, both boys
being after a setto with the new "boss, '
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and if one or the other lands the date
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Packey MeFarl&nd and Eddie Mur
phy will box at Kenosha, Wis., Dec 16.
Robert Hedges, president of the St
Louis American league club, has an
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Mnue to act as manager of that club,
edges, thus disposed of the rumor
that he had attempted to secure Roerer
Bresnahan, deposed manager of tfe S
Louis Nationals for manager. He said
he wanted him for a catcher.
Rob MeRoy, the Boston Red Sox mag
nate, who is spending his vacation at
Hot Springs, Arkansas, is busy super
intending the changes at the sp..nc
home of the champs. He says Jake
Stahl will chaperon 22 old-timers and
12 recruits to the Hot Springs in March.
Sunday, March 9. is reporting day.
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