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(By I nlii.l Press Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, Jan. 20.— "Chubby
Charlie" Murphy, principal owner
of the Chicago Cubs, of the Na
tional league, in a signed article
in the Chicago Post today
charges that Frank Chance of
Glendora, Cal., former manager
of his team and now leader of
the New York Americans, is a
"Without wishing to detract
from the accomplishments of
Chance," says Murphy, "I am
compelled to say that 'too often
the chip gets the credit when it
really belongs to the wave.'
Chance gets the credit for the
achievements of the Cubs in re
cent years, but it should be
borne in mind that he has been
fortified by a bunch of players,
who, as Joe Tinker says, 'could
go out and do things.'
BOSTON, Jan. 20.—"Dutch"
Leonard, Fresno soutbpaw, with
Denver last Beason, is signed to
day as a member of the Boston
Americans. Leonard lost but two
of the 22 games he pitched In
the Western league in 1912, and
otherwise proved his class.
Henry Pellican, aged 56 years,
Is at the Tacoma General hospi
tal today recovering from injuries
received when he was run down
by an automobile Saturday night.
His injuries are not serious.
He was taken to the hospital
in the machine which struck him,
it is said, but the Identity of its
owner was not learned tit the
Detectives Fackler and Hucka
ba have recovered a score more
rings, three watch charms, and
seven bracelets in a cache thought
to be that of J. Murray, whom
they arrested last week and
charged with burglary of a Gar
field, Wash, Jewelry store.
What Makes a Woman?
One hundred and twenty pounds,
more or less, of bone and muscle
don't make a woman. It's a good
foundation. Put into It health and
strength and she may rule a king
dom. But thill's; just what Elec
tric Bitters give her. Thousands
bless them for overcoming faint
ing and dizzy spells and for dis
pelling weakness, nervousness,
backache and tired, listless, worn
out feeling. "Electric Bitters
have done me a world of good,"
writes Eliza Pool, Depew, Okla.,
"and I thank you, with all my
heart, for making such a good
medicine." Only BOc. Guaran
teen by Ryner Malstrom Drug Co.,
938 Pacific ay.
7th and Pac. ay. Tel. 3970
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THE "TACOMA TIMES
REMEMBER OLD 'SLOW BOY'
CUPPY? AND NOW HE SAYS
HE WASN'T A BIT SLOW
Many wives In major league
cities breathed sighs of relief one
day in 1901, when It was an
nounced that "Nig" Cuppy had
made his exit from the big
Not that the women disliked
Cuppy, but—where is the woman
who wants to keep supper warm
after it is ready, while hubby
makes his way homeward from
the ball game?
It was always a 6:30 supper
when "Nig" pitched. Cuppy was
in the big league, by the way,
when dinner was served at noon,
and only in our most exclusive
little circles had it displaced
"supper" aa the evening repast.
Today George J. Cuppy is the
proprietor of a billiard hall In
Elkhart, Ind. He la 43 and is a
native of Baton, 0., has a larger
mid-ship cross section than in
the '90's and looks prosperous.
Cuppy was painfully slow
in the box, but he was the
star slde-wheeler of that
other grand pitcher, Ci"
Young, on the Cleveland
team from !*»•_• to 1808. '
What veteran but recalls those
Homeric struggles of 1895-6 be
tween the "Spiders," led,,' by
Patsy Tebeau and the peerless
old Baltimore crowd, with the
Temple cup at stake?
Cleveland won the cup in 15)95
with Young and Cuppy m the
firing line against iHofrer, >lc-
Mahon and Esper, but lost, A"
1896, when Wllbert Robinson
had Joe Corbett working lik« a
clock and Hoffer was at his best.
From 1802 to 1800 the
Cleveland team was the
sanie, save that Tebeau re*
placed Virtue at first. What
a line-up It was: Cuppy, Mr-
Ki'uh, Hurkitt, MoAleer,
Blake, Ztmmer and Virtue.
What a collection of trouble!
Cuppy now object* to being
called a "glow pitcher," and de
clares he wan no slower than the
average. He says: "I see they
are now getting away with pitch
ing 150 balls a came. When .
was in the business I used to
pitch that many to four Orioles
—McGraw, Jennings, Keeler and
How that Itunc-ii used to
foul off the ball and thejr
must smile as they read the
plaint from Elkhart, which
is k<>*i>c■ —and they know Itf
Cuppy played with Dayton,
0., in 1890, Meadvllle, Pa., m
1891, and Joined the Cleveland
club in 1892, remaining until
1899, when he was transferred
to St. Louis. He was with the
Boston Nationals in 1900 and
wound up his great career the
next season as a member of the
Hugh Jennings, In the estima
tion of Cuppy, was the greatest
player the game ever produced,
and when you scan the records,
you may agree with him, because
the manager of the Detroit
club was a marvel on a team of
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(By United Press Leased Wire.)
PORTLAND, Jan. 20. —Fol-
lowing a report that President
Morley is willing to entertain a
bid from Portland for the 1913
Western Bowling congroas tour
nament, ten-pin fans of this city
are today looking over the situ
ation to ascertain if Bueh a tour
nament could bo BuccxYisfully
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 20.—
Walter Knowlton and Tad Derby
shire of the Multnouiah Athletic
club are scheduled to leave to
night for San Francisco, where
they will take part In th« Olym
pic club's all-star program Friday
WILL WIN IT
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 20.—
Ad Wolgast today predicts that
Al Palser will defeat Jack John
son in Paris June 25 If the pro
posed match Is held. He declares
he does not believe Johnson can
"come back" and that If Palser
fights under cover for the first
few rounds he will be able to
wear down the giant negro.
(By United Press leased Wire.)
PARIS, Jan. 20. —The Ameri-
can-Australian team, composed of
Joe Floger of Brooklyn and M.
Goulet, is today winner of the
six-day bicycle race here, cover
ing approximately 2,780 miles in
REASON IS GIVEN
"WASHINGTON, Jan. 20.—(Re
tirement from congress March 4 of
the public money trust committee
—not cessation of the inquiry be
cause of unsatisfactory results —
was authoritatively stated today aa
the cause of the Investigation
I NEW CUB LEADER 1
Johnny Evera Is to be appoint
ed manager of tbe Cubs, to suc
ceed Manager Frank Chance, who
hag quit the machine he built, as
the result of differences with
B owner Charles Murphy
OANPOM g,H OTS
BY wnXWM AVIIiDWAVE.
AXSWKH TO "THK SOIA'TIOX" ~"
(NOTK: In Saturday's Times, my colleague, Berton Itiwl.-y.
had a Bronwlngesque pome; maybe you remember it. Here's tho
The moon is drooping o'er the misty hills,
The breezes whisper in a strange caduure;
Tho dead leaves skip
And do a turkey trot or some like dance.
O, let 'er rip
And fend your shudd'ring muil- of these strange thrills.
That is the sad solution, kid;
Fur sweller than old Browning ever did!
• BHVMO'B RKA.9OX <?>
Oh, gentle reader do not frown,
Because this picture's unside
In this position it looks best,
Besides, it's different from the
One of those misguided citi
zens who dress up as "Rubes"
and parade the streets of Tacoma
advertising Somebody's Soap-or-
Sunthin, was avalanched with
ancient onions and other fruit by
two boisterous and care-free chil
dren Saturday. They were ar
nut pelting such charact
ers with such, is no crime,
says wm Sparkling Cold
Water Editor. Maybe he
knows; I don't.
Under a spreading cocoanut,
A Zulu maid, she sat;
Her style was swell; she had on,
A smile and picture hat!
OUR LETTER BOX.
Dear \\ illymn:
My wife is mad with me be
cause I won't clean the carpet in
our back parlor, where Fldo
sleeps. I told her that if she
The Pianos We Sell
Whether for $250 or $2,000
Are Absolutely Dependable
We carry all kinds of pianos when measured by price
—from $250 to $2,000, but we sell only one kind of
We have had customers who needed only one piano in
their lifetime, but the quality, the dependability has been
such that the second and third generations of that fam- .
ily have also come to us for their pianos.
Some day yon will want a STEINWAY Piano the
STANDARD of the world. * We will sell you a less ex
pensive piano now and agree to take it back any time
within three years, allowing you the full purchase price .
towards a new Steinway, ' ,
Moderate terms on any Piano, even the Stelnway. j
Sherman .play & Co.
M<-lii»»ay aail Other " Pianos—Apollo and Ceclllan I'l.™
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928-930 C Street, Tacoma
Monday, Jan. 20,1913.
didn't let up on me, I'd go away.
What shall I do? P. D. Q.
Answer —Beat it
"The Confession" is the nam*
of a [.lay coming soon to the Ta
eoma. Charley McKee says "The
Third Degree" is also coming,
Whoever heard of "Tho Con
fesKion" coming ahead of "Tho
And also: the fragile, fairy fig
leaf will be in style at the Ta
coma soon. "A Modern Eve" la
the promising title of a play due
I unhesitatingly endorse a
movement looking to the total an
nihilation of the following local
Shrimps who say they'd rather
live in Seattle.
Zobs who don't believe what
the newspapers print.
Crabs who scowl when forced
to move over and give room In
the street cars.
Lobsters who go to the movies
lit up like a torch; meaning with
Snivelling simra who are al
ways sore on the successful busi
Whimpering wimps who want
to "borrow" a match.
Bunglesome boors who mafce
wild noises whilst eating their
food in public places.
Can you suggest some more?
Send me in.
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