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Saturday, Dec. 21, 1912
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Puffs From the Fan's Hop Pipe
AL Kubiak, the Chicago heavy
heavyweight, won the decision
over Carl Morris in a fast 19
jnd bout at Atlanta. Ga. his de
at puts a damper on the hopes uf
Morris for the heav weight champion-
" s a result of wholetale pickpocket
rfi the fight lid maj again be clamped
down at Kenosha. Wis. During the
Murph-McFarland fight at TSat place
rt?i entlv person-; were robbed right
and left by pickpockets in the crowd
at the gate waiting to buy tickets for
Kddie Murphy, recentl defeated y
Parke-v McParland. is now clamoring
for a match with Jack Britton. The
men have iVet before, Britton knock
lng out Murphy in the 11th round at
The first tng that Billy Papke did
when he landed in this country was
to claim the uniddlewejght champion
ship of the wold, After a few houw
of argument wilth thc promoters Papks
was" 3 floerstand that he would
not be taken Vs champion until he
Saa fted ddie McGoorty Mc
Goorty has expressed his willingness
to a match wfth Pke; .wh,ch "
have to be arraf 5ed outside of ew
York state becjuJ ot Papke's suspen
sion bv the boxipS commission prior
to bis "trip to Frce-
Two jrood pitcherV ar'a'i tnaA f.fill
between the Cubs e National
league pennant, according to Charles
W. MuVphy, president of the Cubs. The
Cub boss consequently has some deals
pending that he thinks will give him
the needed pitchers, but he isn't tell
ing who the desired stars are. Some
say they are Kixey. of the Phillies,
and Lefty Tyler, of the Boston Na
tionals. Barney Dreyfuss is the authority
for the statement that the deal be
tween the Pirates and Cardinals for
Kd Konetchy is not off. It is more
than likely the big first saeker- will
be credited with put outs, assisted by
Honus Wagner next season.
Charley Murphy is said to be after
Arthur Shafer. of the Giants, and is
willing to exchange several players
Very few managers envy Joe Tinker
his new job. Of all cities in both cir
cuits Cincinnati takes the cheese for
making the life of a manager unbear
able if his team is not up with the
leaders throughout the season.
If Mordecai Brown decides to accept
the Job as umpire he will probably
take the job offered by president
Lynch. Ban Johnson also wants him,
but Lynch beat him to It.
Joe McGinnity drew ?19 for board
while his team was playing at home in
Newark la8t spring, which is the rea
son given by some for the retirement
of the veteran from his official con
nection with the club,
Manager Jake Stahl is going to take
a few of his players to Hot Spring
early. He believes the long season
he put In there last spring with some
Qf the veterans of the team helped n
landing the pennant
A persistent Tumor is going the
rounds to thc effect that Larry Lajole
has suffered a reduction in salary. He
was drawing something like $10,000.
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1 i Eat DrinM; and Be Merry 1 1
Add to your Christmas enjoyment by serving
some of those old tiirie favorite Southern drinks.
For making a perfectly delicious egg nogg mere is
nothing to compare
He declares that he is worth as much
to his team now as he ever was. Even
a Cobb is not drawing what the Nap
swatter has been.
Joey Wood, the fancy twirler of the
Red Sox, is in the Mathewson class
for being an adept at games other
than those of the diamond. He is a
regular out-and-out pool shark, rank
ing close to DeOro, Keogh and others
of like fame.
Johnny Evers. of the Cubs, woB't
have a soft spot to light on at any time
next season. He and McGraw are arch
enemies (on the field) while Johnny's
old running mate, Joe Tinker, will not
arrange any lovefeasts when the Tro
jan goes to Rhineland.
"Baseball has been the greatest sin
gle factor for good among the Chin
ese," declared president emeritus Chas.
W. Eliot, of Harvard, at a students'
meeting. President Eliot was talking
of his recent trip to the Orient He
said baseball Is fast becoming popular
among the Chinese, and already haa
done much to make them abandon
games of chance in favor of the Aemri
The Phillies probably will train at
Southern Pines. Ka next spring.
while the Athletics will go to San An
tonio, and the St Louis Browns to
Waco. The Tankees and Superbas
haven't settled on training camps as
Madison Mills, "Va., boasts of havins
the only baseball team in the world
composed entirely of brothers. If
another team exists anywhere, the
Gillums brothers desire to tackle them
next summer in a series of games for
the championship of something or
other. The father manages the team.
The oldest brother is 43 and the young
est is 16.
"Jem Mace, champion of the
world." is part of the inscription upon
a marble cross which has just Been
set up by a few old friends in Nor
wich cemetery in England to the mem
ory of the famous pugilist Mace was
a Norfolk man, and for many years
resided in that city. The actual bury
ing place Is Anfleld cemetery In Liverpool.
HOW THE BOWLERS STAND.
Calisher's team 19
Andreas's team .......14
Old Guards' team 14
Tuttle's team .....11
Court House team ..... 7
Elks' team 6
Swift & Co. team 17 3
K. P. & S. W. team .14 10
S. W. P. Cement team.. IS 11
Globe Mills team 18 14
Mine & S. S. Co. team.. 7 13
William Jennings team 7 17
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Woodbury's team .....19
Bateman's team .......IS
Fenner's team ...15
Stone's team 13
FENNER'S TEAM TIES
Quintet in Smelter League Divide
Points Althonsh Woodbury Team
Topples Most Pins Bate
man's Five Wins Gome.
One of the first tied matches of tho
season was played Friday night at
the Cactus alleys, between the Fenner
and Woodbury quintets of the Smelter
league. In the number of pins the
Woodbury team had the advantag-e.
with a margin of 107 in the grand
total. The Fenner quintet showed good
form in the first and second games,
winnlnsr these frames by a good mar
gin. Woodbury rolled high game. 181.
and Foster high total, with a run of
"The second match was slightly bet-
winning from the Stone quintet by a
margin of 53 pins. High totals were
not in evidence, only two bowlers roll
ing over the 500 mark. Capron. of the
Stone quintet bowled high total, 503,
while Stein, of the Bateman bunch,
made high game with a run of 193.
Three of the four points were won
bv the Bateman team.
"Following are the scores:
Tenner's team. TotaL
Abbott 167 160 152 479
Miller "3 144 123 40S
Carle 146 141 96 382
Davis 149 142 132 423
Fenner 1SS $60 129 435
Totals 758 737 632 2119
Woodbury's team. Total.
Foster.... S 171 172 521
Hogers 16-J "0 134 458
Sheffield 149 OS 106 350
W. stein U3 138 165 410
Woodbury 137 155 181 473
Totals 731 723 75S 2212
Points won--Fenner. 2: Woodbury. 2.
High game Woodbury. 181.
High total Foster, 521.
Stone's team. Total.
Capron 1" I52 "4 50s
Hlfder 158 105 139 402
Dickinson 1 1J4 114 434
Easter J 142 344
Stone .152 176 144 472
Totals 753 689 713 2155
Bateman's team. Total.
Wilkinson .... i... .138 "6 139 407
Ehler sr. 134 160 175 469
P. Stein 171 193 137 501
Ehler. jr. I 6 116 116 348
Bateman JK2 160 171 473
Totals 696 764 748 220S
Points won Bateman, 3: Stone, 1.
High 'game P. Stein, 193.
Hight total Capron. 503.
Thr matches of Friday night were
tc last to b pitted b anj of tr"
le-tr f' urt.l .a''"- tH' CristT-
and teams of two men each have been
made up to play special matches.
The first match will be bowled Mon
day night when Sukerraan and Tutttle
will meet Stone and Stratton, the two
stars of the Andreas team. Joe Bryan
was originally Sukerman's teammate,
but as Bryan leaves Sunday for Las
Cruces to spend the holidays Tuttle
was taken on by Sukerman as a bowl
inr partner. ..,, .
Several practice matches have been
rolled by the women bowlers at the
Cactus alleys and a league will soon
be made up of four teams, which will
bowl regularly each week.
BOXING BOUTS SCHEDULED v.
FOR GREATFJl SW YORK.
Dec 25 Jack Britton vs. Young
Ahearn. catch weights. Royale A. C.
Knockout Brown vs. fung &
well, lightweights. Irving Athletic club.
Toung Killian vs. Zulu Kid. middle
weights. Irving Athletic clubs.
Walter Mohr vs. Phil Bloom, featb
welgbts. Irving Athletlo club.
Deo. 26 Charles Ledoux vs. FranKle
Burns, bantamweights. 44th Street club.
Jan. 1 Joe Jeannette vs. Battling
Jim Johnson, heavyweights. Irving
YRRAJfGE BASBBALI. SCHEDULES:
TRAGIC MEETS FOR THE "BIG NINE"
Chicago. Ill- Dec 2L Athletic di
rectors of the "Big Nine" universities
adopted a baseball schedule for the
1913 season here and also arranged
dates for a few track meets.
The first outdoor track meet of the
year will be held at Evanston between
Chicago and Northwestern on May 10.
Purdue will meet Wisconsin at Madi
son on May 15 and Wisconsin will com
pete with Illinois, at Champaign. May
16 The Chicago-Illinois meet was set
for May 24 at Chicago.
MORXENGSTAR DEFEATS SIXJSj
Plttsburjr. Pa- Dec 21. Ora.
ingstar, of this city, defeated G&
Slosson. of New York, by 400 to
in a contest at 18.2 billiards for
puree of $1000. Morningstar had
hJeh run of 132 and an average of
Slosson's high rem was 40, average
ST. LOOTS POLICE STOP FIGHT
St. Louis, Mo. Dec 21. When Daa
ny Cullen, of Los Angeles, and
Kelly, of St. Louis, went after eafl
other last night in the last fl
atter seven rounds of tame spam n fri
nolice sergeant stopped the
Kelly had a smile in the earlier tou9
ORDEMAXJf THROWS JOHXSO
Minneapolis, Minn, Dec 21. Hej
Ordemann. heavyweight wrestler
feated "HercBles' Johnson in stra i
falls, winning the first in 19 1--
utes and the second in 9 1-2- T
first fall was on a crotch and u
body hold, and the second on a dn'-
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