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OLD CV YOUNG TO **■
RETIRE TO FARM
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
CLEVELAND, 0., March 25.— It is probable that the present
season will see the passing of one of the greatest 'batteries the game
has ever seen—Crlger and Young. Early this spring one of
the major league clubs released Catcher Criger to a minor team
and while he will play with the v nder organization this year he
knows that his aun has set. And now conies the news that Old
Oy Youas will retire—not to the minors like his battery mate.
But to his farm, where he will mi He the cows and do chores. It's
good-bye, Cy, for the veteran ha s swung his last bat.
The Cleveland club received final notice from Young yester
day that he finds he can't come back.
Sport Sparks Off Wire
(By United Press leased Wire.)
EL PASO, March 25. —
Francisco, according to James W.
Coffroth, will be the scene of the
Johnson-Longford fight when It
It pulled off. Coffroth said to
day that Johnson has already
promised to fight in San Fran
GOTGH BEATS TOM JENKINS.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
DENVER, March 25.—Cham
pion Frank Gotch has still an
other victory chalked up to his
credit today. He defeated Tom
Jenkins, former champion, in two
straight falls last night after a
1 savage battle.
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" PITCHER YOUNG.
my Smith of Philadelphia is a
notch nearer the lightweight
championship, having easily out
pointed Bert Keys last night.
CONTEST IS VERY TAME.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
SAN' FRANCISCO, March 25.—
Tame and uninteresting was the
way fight fans today sized up the
exhibition between George Kirk
wood and Marty Kane last night.
AD STARTS TRAINING.
(By United Press leased Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, March 2 3.—
Ad Wolgast, lightweight cham
pion, started today on the grind
that will put him in shape AM his
20 round affair with Antone La
Grave March 31.
Try our hot waffles and coffee,
for your Sunday dinner, l'sc.
Rest in town. Municipal Dock
Cafe. ' •••
It Is provable that the Spokane
infield will be composed of Nor
dyke, Carty and Netzel, at the
ibags and McGeehan in the short
When the Tigers were pushing
their clawg into the Seals, that
first game, MlkeXyach was on the
bench telling the tbunch to take a
good look at the 1911 pennant
Now we know Bassey came
to put the 'ball over the fence In
the same game. A retired mer
chant from Salem, Ore., bellowed
that he would £tve $2.5fl to any
■player knocking ■ liomor, and
the count needed the money.
Fisher, Gregg, Hurknpss, Olson
and Graney, all of the Portland
Coast league team, have been
chosen as regulars on the Cleve
land team this season. Gene j
Krabh had a sore arm and could j
not make good. iHe will likely re- j
vert to Portland.
The British bark Dunfermline |
has recently been Bold in London
after completing a trip from Ta
coma with a cargo of wheat.
The Norwegian steamer Tri
color, which is discharging nitrate
at the smelter, will load lumber
for the West Coast.
The Buckmau came In this
morning with passengers and
freight from Frisco.
The N'okomis left today for San
Pedro with lumber.
The cableship Burnslde Is here
to take on cable for Alaska.
The Purley is In port to load
lumber for Australia.
ilt. l nitril Prrxa l.onnril WtMb)
WASHINGTON', D. C, March 25
—"What! A limousine for me to
ride about in? I reckon not. My
legs and feet and the street cars
have been able to carry mo about
the. cities for nigh onto 5 0 years
now and I reckon they are still
good enough for me. Maybe when
my joints get a wee bit stlffer, but
This was the statement forth
coming from Champ Clark> today
when it was suggested tbat If ho
was chosen speaker of the next
house, a nice, snug limousine
would always be at his disposal.
Clark laughed at the idea.
Mrs. Weulca Thorson, wife of
Eli Thorson, died at 5211 North
Winifred street last night.
Mrs. Elizabeth Stone, wife of
Jordan Stone, of Fort Flagler,
Wash., died at the hospital here
yesterday. Her husband and a
grown daughter survive her.
Ellen S. Swanson, aged 8,
daugter of Mr. and Mrs. Gust
Swanson, 112 S North Anderson,
Pool and Cigars. A. J. Inn!s.~»
The spirit of the times in shown
In Dr. Power's selection of his sub
ject, "Prayer as a Heallug Agent,'
Sunday evening at the Unitarian
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SACRAMENTO, Cal., March
25.—Mike Lynch's Tigers are
strutting around today, slightly
disfigured, but full of fight. They
meet Charlie Graham's senators
this afternoon. While their
hearts are in the right i>laee, the
Tigers are really In bad shape.
McPadden has a sore foot and
Coleman a sore hand. Howatt
will relieve one of the two to
day, but the other will have to
silck in the game. Outflelder
Warren has a bad finger and
nearly all the pitchers haye sore
Willis. This, with Jimmy Brynes
injured and out of the game,
looks like tough lucK.
While the Tigers are sweeping over California, trampling the
fastest teams under their feet, Dugdale and his crew are busy
showing on the Seattle lot, showing the collegians how the na
tional pastime should be played. The Turks have grabbed a couple
of games off the highbrows, and Dugdale is actually elated. It
looks, though, from all accounts, that Seattle ml-glit have the best
infield in the league this year, a pretty fair outfield, if even weak
behind the bat and in the pitcher's box.
Last week Joe Cohn announced that he wouldn't think of sell
ing Lou Nordyke to ths majors for $3,000, and now comes Lou,
not to be outdone by Joe, and says he wouldn't think of going to
the big bush, even if Joe sold him thsre —that is unless they paid
him more money. It turns out now, though, that the $fi.oioo prize
story from Spokane, to the effect that Cohn would be offered that
amount from St. Louis for Xordyke and Holm, had its origin in a
press dispatch from the east. Joe hot-footed to the post-office
every time an eastern train came in, for a while, expecting to re
ceive the offer, but it didn't come, and Joe got tired.
Ad Wolgast may be a true sport, and his declaration yes
terday, that he will meet Paekey MacFarland and «ive him two
pounds at ringside, rings of true sportsmanship, yet Ad might
well harken to the old axiom that discretion is the better part of va
lor. If Wolgast means that lie will allow Packy to weight 135, there
are few well informed sporting men but who believe there would
be a new champion when th« count was over. Ad says Packey
must post a $10,000 side bet, though to get those conditions,
whi< h looks as though he believes himself able to give weight and
still trim the stock yards boy.
Dode Brinker, who wbb not quite good enough for the White
Sox this spring will be l>ack with Vancouver this summer, which
will help the Beavers coiiHiderabijr. Hob Brown will also have
Pitcher Xli Catea, whom he secu red from Washington American
team. Cates la a right liarider and was in the Pacific Coast league
in 10 06.
Sister of Famous Jockey Making Name on Stage
Miss Maudl Martin, sister of
"Skeets" Martin, the famous
jockey, is rapidly making a name
for herself on the stage.
"Skeets" is at present the star
In racing circles in London. It
was while Miss Martin was visit
ing her brother and furthering her-
Here's Birdmen's 1911 Man
Last year Isn't going to have any
thing on 1911 In tho matter of avia
tion stunts. Already there are some
big prizes posted, qnd the, world's
best blrdmeti arc getting ready to
haul out their machines and go
n-kltln' Into the clouds.
The. biggest American prize so far
offered is the ISO,OOO rrosi-contlnent
trip. That's open until October 22.
The Paris-L.ondon-lieriln 1,500-mile
triangular race will not Its winner
$70,000. The date officially fixed for
the start from Paris Is July 4
Another big event will be the at
tempt to fly around England and
Scotland. The winner of that I.OOp,-
Care and Attention
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THE TA OOMA TIMES
Both Shreeder and I^ynch
can see nothing but a win
ning team for Tacoma this
year, however. .Mike says
the Seals, besides ibelng a
class A organization, ar.e a
nifty lot of ball-players.
Taking one game and losing
one by a two to one score,
he considers very creditable
performance for the Tigers.
And Mike takes a good deal
of comfort out o( the fact
that the Seals had to use
thear two best pitchers to
take that second same.
Shreeder says the liunch
looks good to him and that
Mike lias got a club together
that is going to be in the
running from the start.
studies in music that she received
an offer to go on the stage.
Immediately after the close of
the present season Miss Martin
will return to London to resume
her music training. This Is her
first professional performance ami
already she has Imen entrusted
with important parts.
mllo tour In the air will pull town
♦ 50,000. The flrnt airman who flies
from Paris to Bordeaux, Marseilles
and bark to Parla will get $40,000 to
put in th& family stocking.
The Herlln to Hanover and thP
Wiesbaden to Frleburij contest* are
open to Oerman hlrdmen only, and
the purses are small.
Much more moniy will be put up
for foreign flights than will be given
for cross-country records over hAre
Krsnce will spend 1200,000 In mill
tary flights. England and Oermany
are also going to spend thousands of
dollars experimenting with military
Jacksonville, Florida, the place
where Jim Corbett hit Charley
Mitchell in the ear, and thus kept
the championship on this side of
I the deep, has produced a "white
ihope." His name is Oscar Stuckey
He is -0 years of age, stands 6
feet 9 inches in his shoes, and is
declared to be a perfectly develop
ed specimen of maniiooO. Stuck
ey has never been ;i scr.-ipper, al
though he has done somo boxing.
• a ■
If Al Kaufninn, aspirant for (he
heavyweight pugilistic champion
ship follows out the orders of
Father O'Conner, who married
him to pretty Annette Seelos of
San Francisco, on Washington's
birthday, his bride will have her
troubles in keeping Al presentable
for social functions. Father
O'Conner pronounced fie ' pretty
little pair" man and wife In the
most orthodox way, anil then turn
ed to the groom with this: "Go
in and thrash the whole crowd of
heavyweights, Kaufman; you have
my best wishes."
Tacoma has a good cliance to
secure the second World's Chris
tian Citizenship congress wiiich ia
to meet this year.
Clement H. Congnrl who has
the matter in charge will be here
in April. It will bring 20,000
people to the city, and they will
hold a series of meetings lasting
TO START ON XEW VAItOS.
The Harriman lines will begin
work soon on the rebuilding of
their .yards here and the con
struction of new yards on the
tideflats to accommodate their
business. Recently additional
ground was purchased between
River and East Q streets to give
room for spreading out, and it
will be utilized this summer.
The spirit of the times Is shown
In Dr. Power's selection of his sub
ject, "Prayer aa a Healing Agent,"
Sunday evening at the Unitarian
Not a Word or Scandal
marred the call of a neighbor on ]
Mrs. W. P. Spangh, of Manville,
Wyo., who said: "she told me
Dr. King's New Life Pills had
cured her of obstinate kidney trou
ble, and made her feel like a new
woman." Basy, but sure remedy
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"WILjD BILL. ■ DONOVAN.
Strange things happen in baseball and strange stories are Bent
out by the newspapermen. One of the strangest coiucw from the
Tiger headquarters, and ia to th c effect that Hughey Jennings will
retire from the manaiKement of the I>etroit team next year and
that 'his successor will be William Donovan—"Wild Bill." And
at that "Wild Hill" might be Just as successful as Jennings,
Frank Chance, Mugsy McClraw, C onnie Mack. and others have
been. Who knows? Donovan broke into baseball a long time ago.
Jim Mc.Guire, now manager of the Cleveland Xaps used to Ije his
catcher, and they used to be a st ar battery. Jim is out of the
■game now, but Dill is still one of the best pitchers on the Detroit
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