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iants' Training Camp At Martin
Will Invade the
McGraw's Jinx DispeMer Is On Deck Again
Charles Yietorv Faust, the Unwelcome Mascot, Sends Collect Message From
UiHforaia Saying He Will Jaia Giaats at MarHa.
BY W. J. JCacBETH.
habilitatfon n ishes upon m. Lave
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to the nature, fakirs the drooping
v idet. the golden.
i Tirol of the first
buttercup and the- !
hrush. Let 'em all j
ilx.m or fly. artin for Sweeney. An
infallible sign hertdds the double quick
of lernal showers.
Charles- Victory .Ffcust, the ' eternal.
u is resurrected hiiaself from the cold
i -mains of the iai2 baseball campaign.
H js once more wgh.ed himself upon
John J MeGran. jU' the Kansas jinx
lisp Iltr e"ct:-trcUna ry has his wa
.ii iv : it he will be ma k.ng medicindb for
Uitf Chief Meyers aia id his little pale-f.tit-
brethren of the champion Giants
bf fore another month rolls rounds
He will be on hand to -greet Mr. Mc
iraw n hen the Little Napoleon arrives
at the Texas training o amp.
McCraiv Wants S rt Xet. .
John J MoGraw adm! res, as much as
.n successful leader, U le virtue f de-
otion. In the case s t his eccentric
mascot he consiaers it in the light at
abnormal development, .and is figuring
out some mpATis of havi &E his Deroet-
ual pursuer taken into custody before !
he can effect a march upon jaarlln.
Mr. McGraw waa quite oatent hu
mor has rustic admirer H o long tus the
latter confined himself t rustic ways.
But evidently Charles Vic tory 1mm bur
rowed out of the humble rut. He is a
real big leaguer in the ra ethoda of his ,
Heretofore the Kansas prophet con
fined his friendly advance to the tmlt
i States mails postage paid, of
course or an occasional lattle ovefr- a,
'Blue Line" sleeper. It wjis & tmrttt f
devotion that sat lightly tipon toe cof
fers of the Giants. But Cha-rles has de
veloped expensive tastes. His commu
nication came in the stationery of a
well known telegraph institution, with
.instructions to the messenger to collect
sundries tolls of traasmissiotv Charlie's
letters, while a Wt ambiguouu. were en
tertaining enough, and inconvenienced
no one but the sweeper. The grasping
telegraph companies insist upon regard
ing Faust's messages as bona .fide busi
ness communications. They refuse a
The most startling intelligence of
mascot Fausf s message is the date line.
It proves that he is sojourning at
Pasadena, CaL In the opinion o Mc
Graw his worshipper is trying to as
sist fate in the interpretataoa of one of
its decrees. Whereby hang a tale.
which has been told before, feat which
may be interesting repeated.
Faast a Decree tf Fade.
' Faust is a strange eharaciter vha
thrust himself upon New York in a
tnin nvuinAr H slmnlv tvrnl HB
ai th Ifvt-i ' wtiir Th tVfanfjt -wpre
stopping in the springs of 1911 and an- !
nounced himself engaged as a mascot.
He said that a seer had foretold he was
to cast in his lot with New York for
two years. He would bless McGraw's
club with a pennant each season., after
which he would journey to the coast
and marry -i rich widow named
"Becky." New York has won Ha pen
nants, maybe Charles is lassoed the
fortune His telegram, collect as It is,
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Faust is an interesting study. The
humorells rfde or hls asolrations can
humorous side of his aspirations can
not relieve the pathos of his situation.
I McGraw tolerated him at first in the
light of a clown. When he realized
j that Faust's misdirected energies were
becoming a burden upon his people.
j McGraw tried to impress upon the self
j made mascot the folly of his ways. But
i he couldn't shake Faust, though he
succeeded in relieving his champions
of the pestiferous presence for more
than half of last season.
j Giant Could Imitate "Victory.'
' Several Giants would do well to emu
late Faust's enthusiasm. Charles Vic
, tory is willing to knock about, in go
' as you please fashion, for nothing but
; -.he empty honor of official recognition.
Tillie Shafer spurns the opportunity of
a regular position on the champion
array with a large increase in salary
to boot, and the chance of once more
sharing in world's series spoils. What
a roar would arise from McGraw's
most enthusiastic followers if the lit
tle leader were to shave a contract by
so much as a $20 note.
BKOXSO.V WATS AXOTIIKR.
BATTLE WITH SPIKE KBLLT
Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. S. Although
Ray Bronson, the Indianapolis welter
weight, got away bad in his first two
battles this year and lost, he again
struck his stride in his closing battle
last- month and made Jimmy Perry, of
Pittsburg, appear like a novice in a
one-sided 10-round bout before the In
dianapolis Athletic club. Bronson came
back with his old lightning-fast ring
work and after the first three rounds
Perry was helpless. Perry was battered
about the ring and each bell found him
staggering about and clinging to Bron
son to keep from hitting the canvas.
Bronson may take on Billy Griffith at
Cincinnati for 10 rounds February 14.
but after that time will keep hot on
the trail of Tommy Howell, of Phila
delphia, and Spike Kelly, of Chicago, i
both of whom gained decisions over the
Indianapolis man In his .first two
fights in 1913. It is probable he will
meet Howell at Kansas City, during the
month; and will take on Kelly either in
Indianapolis or Kansas City.
TIXKBIl ABANDONS EFFORT
to sigv joiryxr kling
Cincinnati, O., Feb. 5. In a letter to
president August Herrman, of the Cin
cinnati National league baseball club,
manager Joe Tinker announced that he
had abandoned all efforts to obtain the
services of Johnny Kling as the catcher
fnr tlut rininnati team. He also said
in the" letter that he was convinced that J
Kling woald not play professional ball
ST ;V? '"'f J?!'
TO ORGANIZE BASEBALL LEAGUE
Marfa. Tex Feb. 5. Efforts are be
ing made to organise a baseball league
here to be comprised of teams from
Marfa, Alpine, Ft Stockton, San Angelo,
Sweetwater, Abilene, Anson and Stam
ford. Rev. X Cross Gray has organized an
athletic club here, nearly all the young
men residing in Marfa being members.
LIMIT MARCH 1st
206 No. Oregon St.
J. E. MONROE, C.P.&T.A.
S. A $ 1 44.00
ELK BOWLERS LOSE
TO ANDREAS'S TEAM
Neary Gets Ilkrh Game ana Total "With
a Run of 582 Sirlta Are Defeated
by the Jennings Quintet.
Rollins an average of over 850 per
rnetits nllevs hv nursrin nf 140 niniL
Neary rolled high game and total with
a run oi .
by the Andreas quintet Strikeout"
were credited to Neary Stratton and
ua : tm Weak totals Swm
were rolled by both teams.
The William Jennings team wal
loped the Swifts in the Industrial
league, by a margin of 13 pins. Three
, of the four points were won by the
I William Jennings quintet. Byrnes rolled
I "both high game and total. Wood was
I the only roller to be credited with a
I The following scores were made:
Andreas team. ' Total.
Andreas 179 1771 17S 532
Hill v. 10
Holmes .... ........ IS
Totals 792 881 807 2481
Points won. Andreas. 3; filks, L
High game, Neary, 223.
High total, Neary, 592.
Strikeout, Neary. 2; Stratton, Leh
man. Industrial Leasrue.
William Jennings team. Total.
A E. Wood ,...137 14 151 434
Filleman '...13S 1C4 140 440
Byrnes ..., 147 198 170 515
Gaffield 154 104 132 390
Dummy 138 152 228 SIS
SWift & Co.
Presley .... .
A.sm lam obb
191 223 592
158 159 514
138 177 457
860 8S1 2621
20C 159 535 I
74 821 2297
120 133 379
1CS .114 -425
159 141 455
13 113 391
Totals 724 720 0 2104
Points won, William Jennings. 2;
High game, Byrns, 198.
High total, Byrns, 515.
HIGH SCHOOL WINS
FROM'C. A. A. TEAM
Mudents Basketball I'iaycr Rally ia
Secoad Half of Game and Win by
Score of ST to 33.
The High school basketball team
from .h n v a ..i.-t T-,.
.-"?. .. w- - -- -.-, -. .7
mgnt at tne x. j& C A. by a score or j
testeVat Umeslhe wlninbSake" I
befn? JeorSftn the iSt"" minutes '
of nlav Freouent foulinir wan much '
fn fficXrXring tne ffrsT haU Ue I
High schoolers were outplayed and '
their team and basket work was poor.
In the last few, minutes of play they
woke up and with several accurate
passes' to Masters, who was uncovered i
and playing under the C. A. A. goal i
the High school netted the winnlntr
baskets. Masters led in the scoring for
the High school with seven baskets,
while Atkins starred for the C. A. A.
with a credit of 12 baskets. Following
are the lineups:
C. A. A. Grady and Atkins, for
wards: Moelich, center; Jones ana Fas
High school Kilburn and Martin,
forwards: Hill, center; Mee and Race.
guards: Woods and Schumacker. sub
stitutes. MINORS CLAIM MANY
Auburn, K. Y., Feb. 5. The claim list
of National association clubs to major
league drafted players, under the waiver
rule, was made known by secretary
John H. 5rrell. of the National
Association of Professional Baseball
Leagues, as follows:
Louisville Ky, claims Stansbury of
the St. Louis Nationals.
Chattanooga claims Balenti, of the
St Louis Nationals.
Sacramento claims Berghammer, ot
the Chicago Nationals; Orr. ot the
Philadelphia Americans; Young, of the
New York Americans, and Drohan, of
Indianapolis claims Berghammer, of
the Chicago Nationals; Cathars, of the
St. Louis Nationals; Metz, of the Boston
Nationals; Kernan, of the Chicago
New Orleans claims Bates, Wilson and
Betts. of Cleveland; T. Drohan and Wil
liams, of Washington.
Portland. Ore., claims Williams and T.
Drohan. of Washington; Bates, Wilson
and Betts, of Cleveland.
Milwaukee claims Beall, of Cleveland.
St. Paul claims Berghammer, of the
Chicago Nationals; Miller and Booe.
of Pittsburg; House, of Detroit; T. tiro
han, of Washington: Beall, of Cleve
land; BalentJI and Agnew, of the St.
Omaha claims Wilson and Betts. of J
Cleveland, and Williams and Drohan,
Buffalo claims Schang and Dolan, of
Philadelphia; Cottrell and Clymer. of
the Chicago ..ationals.
Columbus claims T. Drohan, of Wash
ington. Rochester claims Dolan. of Philadel
phia. Montreal claims Connelly, of Wash
ington. Toledo claims Sernden and Steven
son, of St. Louis; Bates and Wilstwi, of
1 Denver claims Hecklnger, of Chicago,
1 and T. Drohan, of Washington.
ITZY'S LITTLE PLEA
Tales Told At the Ringside
By W. A. Phelon
ITZY FEINBERG, featherweight, who fought sundry tattles from Boston to
Los Angeles a few years ago usually under a different and far more famous
name was as sauare and honest outside the ring as in during the last few
seasons 0f jus fighting. That was because Itzy had become convinced mat noneaty
was the one best policy, and that he could make more money with the gloves than
' otherwise but before he reached this sensible conclusion he was no stranger to
! icutls and dungeon .walls. In fact,
i grown so accustomed to these restrictions
up to it, lean against it, and wait tor tne wagon witnoux even naving to encounter
a policeman, but this was slander. It was far more likely that Itzy would run like
a deer if he saw fhe said patrol box, and the running would help him in his
One night, early in his history, Itzy Feinberg appeared at a certain club where
the crowds demanded real fighting, and where they always got it if Mr. Feinberg
was on the card. He came in a little late, having stopped to annex a watch and
wallet on the way, but when the gong once sounded he made up for lost time by
some fast and frantic battling. As he was mixing madly in the second round, he
chanced to gaze along the ringside faces and beheld three huge detectives, plain
clothes men, with amiable grins upon their maps, and eyes fixed upon the warlike
Itzy. The sight confused him; he received a murderous drive in the jaw, and all
grew dark around him. As he staggered up at the nine count, the gong rang, aad
he was saved.
One of the "bulls" strode to his comer. "Itzy, boy," he hissed, "ye got to win.
We got a hundred bet on ye. Win it, and ye get half. We got to take you in
after the fight," but that money will help you a long ways, son."
Itzy held his own in the third, and the coppers, during the next intermission,
hurriedly explained that they had warrants for him, that they must get him, but
they were with him just the "same. Cheerrj by these tidings, Mr. Feinberg gal
loped forth in the next round, mauled and mingled, and finally brought down his
man with a mighty right hand swing. Amid the wild cheers of the populace, the
fallen one was counted out. and the referee raised Mr. Feinberg's right hand just as
a policeman seized the other paw.
"How much," queried Mr. Feinberg, "do you think the case will cost me?"
"Most likely," said the nearest officer, "$100 and costs say $107.50 alto
gether. "Let me see," quickly calculated Mr. Feinberg. "I got $50 coming to me here.
You fellows are going to sKp me-$50 on that bet, ain't yoH? Well, then, if you'll
leave me loose in this crowd while the windup is going on, I'll get that other seven-and-a-half,
and everything will be 0. K. How about it, pals? Won't you be good
SHORT, SNAPPY SPORTLETS
OMBARDIER WELLS, the English t
heavyweight champion, and Lu- j
ther McCarty have been matched I
y to box 10 rounds in Madison Square gar- '
den the latter part or March. i
- s I
Tnnv CaJMml fhe Tin linn mUillwlrbi I
has received word from Jack Kinsella, j
"T. "w'.'Cir "."KT.'YISKft
k winSr r--.3 i -
cIa?L ?f Ind5 Jgh tt .In
sha.pior a.mai?.h W,th d,e Mii?;
ln.? " . mateb wl"
matcnm&Ker oi tne winasor Athletic
club, of Windsor. Canada, to get In i
tie susea wiuun inree- necKS.
- t , .
Jim " ri8ea to "remark that he
rfUmivdaanm?ra,.r SS " v "
ot money, demonstrating that even a
??" sometime. Is afflicted with In-
President Navin, of the Tigers. laughs
ha! ha! ha! at his holdouts, but he is
enjoying himself about as much as a 1
blind man at a moving picture show.
Public safety director Moria, of Pitts
burg, in deciding upon new regulations
for boxing bouts, barred the kidney
punch and the pivot blow.
Harry TColtea, whomhas-.sismed his
Highlander contract; is satfd to. still
show effects of his broken leg, which
has not mended rightly. This may end
his "baseball days, as the modern out
fielder has to be a speed merchant
Miller Hugglns doesnV think much of
the celebrated Indian, Thorpe, as a base
"He can't bat, friends tell me," re
marked Miller. "Neither can he throw,
being musclebound. Because they are
sprinters, it doesn't follow that these
track men can get down to first faster
than regular baseball stars, so I don't
think his base work will make up for
his other defects. McGraw is welcome
Harry Krause, a Mackman was was.
is trying to get his release from Topsy
Hartsel's Toledo team in order to play
with the Frisco club. Krause Is a na
tive son and does not care to cross the
Manager Jennings, of Detroit, has se
lected Washington's birthday as the
day of all days. On that particular
evening the Tigers and Tigerets will
climb a rattler with Gulfport, Miss., as
their destination. The Browns leave
March 1, while the Cards wait until
March 4 to hit the lonesome trail for
Clarke Griffith and his Insurrectos
get the biggest plum in the American I
league next season. The Washington
distnrbers will oDen at the Polo
grounds, in New York, and. of course,
the fans will be out In force to give
Frank Chance, the $40,000 nabob, a
Charlie White, the Chicago feather
weight, has announced his Intention of
joining the lightweight class. White
admits that he has grown too heavy
for the featherweight division and will
hereafter scale the weights at 1J0-133
pounds. -White has given up all hope
of a match with Johnny Kilbane.
Jean Dubuc has announced that he
will come back to the Detroit Ameri
cans for a salary less than ?5000. The
second contract sent to him calling for
a salary of $4000 was turned down and
returned. President Navln. of the Ti-
Even Shrimp Flynn Has a Heart
Registered United States Patent Office.
there were those who said that Itzy had
that if he saw a patrol box he'd walk
gers, says that it is up to Dubuc to
change his mind.
John L. Sullivan, former heavyweight
champion, has started for the north
west part of the country on a vaude
ville tour. The trip will take him to
all of the principal points on the coast.
! - .
arry tracy. tne pniiadelphia reatner-
weight, has signed for two bouts in the
nxt month. In the first bout he will
! Jack White, of Chicago, in a 20-
...m wa. . an.xi r
round boot at Springfield, O.. and will
then take on Johnny Kilbane, at Syra
cuse. N. Y., for a 10-round bout.
Willie Ritchie. lightweight cham
pion, is now in Kansas City filling a
vaudeville engagement. He will re
main there one week and then go on to
New York. N. Y., Feb. 5. Johnny Kil
bane, of Cleveland, outpointed Young
Drlscell. of Broojcgrn, in. S. 10-rouna
bout fere, last ntsbL r J -
Kllbpne had the better of every
round, hooking lefts and rights to the
head, with an occasional upercut and
short jabs to the body.
For the first three rounds, Kilbane
scarcely closed his gloves,, but as the
flrht went on. be hooked many a "hard
blow to the head. The best that could
be said of Driscoll was that he was
game and tried to fight every Inch of
SLICKS TO PLATE: BREAKS LEG.
Santa Barbara, Calit, Feb. 5. Stew
art Edward White, the author and ex
plorer, (broke a leg while sliding to the
home plate in a ball game here. Among
the players 'in the game was Winston
Churchill, recently Progressive candi
date for governor of New Hampshire.
DBFEAT BOJIXG BILL.
Olympia Wash., Feb. 5. The bill to
legalize boxing in Washington was de-
I feated by the state senate. Notice of
reconsideration was given and if this
fails, the measure cannot be brought up
again at this session.
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frith Mercury and
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specialist, who cures
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Wolgast Seeks Battle With Dundee
New York Fans Expect Former Lightweight Champion to Try and Make Good
His Losses With Bouts in the East.
: By ED. CTJRLEY.
EW YORK. N. Y, Feb- 5. Little,
iV I AdolDh Wolgast. who flittered
' J. S ibout the pugilistic firmament as
lightweight champion not many months
! ago but who stopped that flittering
when Willie Ritchie swiped his tiUe,
i mav visit us. Yes. sir, he may vldit
t us. "Egad.' he will visit us, sir.
j "You see it's just this way, stranger.
' Things were good at the old champioa-
ship cottage Until I fell in with that
man Kltcnie. A smooin Miner, no i
me along until it was too late. I put
my trust in him and my folly at last
found me out One bright afternoon,
in San Francisco, when I was at the
height of my giddy .career my false
friend robbed me; deliberately
stripped me of my crown. I could
not go home and face the old foiks,
God bless them. It would break their
hearts to know their darling child was
alone in the wicked world, tossed and
buffeted around by the cruel, heartless
populace. What was I to do?
""With no dear hand to smooth my
wrinkled brow, or loving face to cheer
me, I was forced to turn toward the
east. I expect to arrive In that big
town called New York within a few
weeks. My only hope Is that my
spirit holds out. When I reach that
village,' which I'm told is In the throes
af a subway octopus and teeming with
investigating committees. I hope to
find shelter with my friend, Johnny
Dundee. Perhaps for old times sake
he will take me in and give me a
chance by taking me on for 10 rounds.
"Tis the only way I can get food.
TSen perhaps. I will take a brace and
ferret out my false friend, Ritchie, and
regain my crown so I can return to
the old homestead.
"Thank you kindly, straneer. May
vou neTer be in a position of having
lost a championship crown. My chum.
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By Tom MdNamara
Tommy Jones, also thanks you, tor it
nas oeen worse traveling ihji muu.l
roads for Tommy since I
Yessir, Adolph will surely visit us
The pickings are good here and she
going has been bad, which forms a
combination that must be looked aftei
sooner than possible.
If Leach Cross loved to fight as well
as his younger brother. Phil! Oi! Yol'
No fighter in the country would whip
one side of him.
Leon Ketehell, the brother of the
famous Stanley, will shortly blossom
forth with gloves attached to his arms
Leon is working off the rough edges
at Woodlawn Inn under the care of
Matty Baldwin and Packey Homniey
The deceased champion's brother seems
to possess the wallop that made th
name of Ketchel renowned. His mana
ger is anxious to hitch up his charge
with Mike Gibbons over any distance,
and is also willing to bet a few thous
and that Ketchel brings home the
bacon. The latter has fought 11 bat
tles, all of which he won with the
sleep producer. That is known as run
ning to form.
YALB MAY GET OXFORD
MEN TO COACH CREW
New Haven. Conn., Feb. 5. At a
meeting of Yale crew candidates. Capt.
Snowden announced that he is hopeful
of securing the services of Messrs.
Kisby and Geld, two Oxford oarsmen.
to assist in coaching the Yale crews in
Capt. Snowden, who was just re
turned from England, -where he studied
the English rowing methods, also sail
that Yale will not change her style of
rowing from that used last year
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