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CINCINNATI, Jan. 7. — The
Baseball Flayers' Fraternity scor
ed a distinct victory ln their meet
ing with the national commission,
practically all but two of their 17
requests being granted by the mo
guls. Most of the requests were
in regard to the releasing and
signing of players, and the waiv
Dave Fulls headed the delega
tion from the Fraternity.
Short Sport |
Boxing fans are glad that Joe
Bonds and Frank Farmer are go
ing to get together at last.
Mike Lynch hot, decided that
Danny Shea will do as his chief
backstop and has traded Marry
Hannah for Jimmy Lewis of Sac
While Hannah Is a good man,
Lewis has always been one of the
best hitters on the Sacramento
team, and lt is surprising that
tha Wolverine management Is
wining to let him go.
Wattalet of Vi«-t««rla is looking
for a second baseman who can fill
the shoes ot Johnny Rawllngs.
There has been easier tasks.
Victorians expect Outfielder
Wotell to be a sensation this year,
but he will never be able to take
tho place of Harry Meek. Not
In one thousand years.
In fact, it seems rather foolish
of Watty to let Meek go. In ad
dition to his value as a batter, the
Mg fellow was a great drawing
card. Hundreds of fans went to
see Victoria play because Slugger
Meek was on the lineup.
Houghhouse Burns must be Im
proving. He held Sammy Oood
to a .-round draw at Steveston
Willis, a pitcher well known ln
this league, having been with
Spokane and Vancouver, Is now a
member of the Kansas City team.
Duddy, the new lnflelder Seat
tle secured from Butte, Is said to
bo a corking hitter and third
Dugdale is now on the lookout
for a good rlghtflelder, as Lee
Strait will not return.
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HE'S SOME STRONG MAN
* "Texas" Ritchie's Ideal *
<?> Man. <<V
• "I like to think of the *
-. 'Ideal man" as one with the <♦
.■ strength of a gorilla, the <"*•
$ gentleness of a woman and <»
«> the mental capacity to know -_
*> when to use one and when •
■s- to use the other." <•
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 7. —
Ills real name Isn't "Texas" —
they call him that because he
halls from the Lone Star state.
It's Albert B. Ritchie.
He can bend inch and a half
pipe over his neck, stomach or
forearm; he can drag twenty
drays with a man on each, all
attached by ■ single rope passed
around his neck.
I He can take two decks of cards,
put them together and tear off
i every one of the four corners be
. tween his teeth.
He can take an Inch pipe be
tween his teeth and bond it into a
■ big, round O; he can —but what'B
i the use—you won't lielieve any
1 of this until ftm see It, anyway.
Here's a bit of his history:
"Texas" went to Chicago when
I five and sold papers on the
i streets. When 11 he weighed ir-x
pounds and couldn't get auybody
1 to believe that he waß under 15
Then he heard the call of the
West and arrived In San Fran
cisco after a six week's Joruuey,
di>*lng which ho worked himself
across the continent, arriving
with $310, earned selling papers
. and shining shoes.
Then he dreamed he was San
dow. This took him on the stage.
He's been at it In one form or an
other, doing his strong-mrn
stunts ever since.
"Texas" put ln two terms at
Stanford, ills folks were ambi
tious to make him a doctor. It
couldn't be done. He got revenge
on them by making himself Into
a man who never needs a doctor.
"The good things of the body,
like the evil ones," says Tex, "are
the result nf mental rather than
9th and C St.
"Texas" Ritchie, strong-man;
tit the top lie Is slu£n making
miicnroni of Inch pipe; below is
physical |Miwor. I was born with
exceptional physical strength, and
by what 1 call scientific physical
culture, I Increased that Btrength.
1 don't believe in diet; If a man
feels like ham and eggs, he
should have them. Of course, a
person should refrain from things
"I can give no freak advice or
prescriptions. It is rather a mat
ter of mind than anything else.
"I hnvo proved that 1 can lift
4,500 pounds without harness,'
said the strong-man, "and I can
pull four and a half tons with
HYNES GOES UP
PORTLAND, Jan. 7.—Pitcher
Ifynes, who twirled for the Colts
last season, Is going to Cleveland
DE ORO AHEAD
Alfred De Oro Is leading
Charles Morln In their match for
the three-cushion billiard title.
100 to 82.
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THE TACOMA TIMES
It Is evident that enthusiasm for soccer can't be dampened with
nothing short of a cloudburst.
With the falllng-off In ability of Ham laangford, things are not
looking so black for the white heavyweights.
Kvery time we hear of Gunboat Smith's anxiety to fight Jack
Johnson at once, it only serves to remind us that the aforesaid John
son Is suffering with a broken arm.
A HlaKillT DIFFKItF.NCK
The Knglisli are wrong, tiuin.it is quite likely an amateur, but
his playing is not amateurish.
While Iron Mask may have set a racing record, we wonder If
the Man Hehind the lion Mask didn't have something to do with it.
Seal ih-—On bended knee If beg the*, O Coast 1-cngue, to let me
enter the sacred portals.
C. I,.—Away with yoa, hgtity Cupidus Dugduleus. You shall
never set foot on my threshold! (Tableau.)
■*•j • • •
There In a movement on foot to do away with the kickoff in
football guinea. After awhile 'we may be able to do without the
•••I • • •
With Ilonds and Fanner actually signed up, the winter duys will
be Indeed drab and dreary now.
• • •Is • •
It is said. In a recent statement put out by a billiard concern,
that a large number of ballplayers manipulate the ivories in winter.
An equally large number fail k> manipulate them in summer.
• at • 1 . a, •
There will be no war wltp Japan. The Nipponese iiermitted
the White Sox and Giants to Ji*B.
BONDS TOUGHENING UP
FOR BOUT WITH LOGGER
Joe Bonds is going to lie pre
pnreil to withstand a few hard
punches when he meets Frank
Farmer. He is toughening up by
letting his sparring partners cut
loose with tlie haymakers while
he thrusts out his jaw and tukes
the wallops with a smile. Joe
Hill spared several rounds with
him yesterday and Bonds took
my number of his choice swings.
Claud McQuillan Is working
out every day with Joe, and ke
generally mukes things pretty
lively. Claud is a good sparring
While hundreds of fans turn
out to Sehock's to watch Bonds
train, Farmer may be said to be
almost conducting his workout lv
private, as he trains ot Artlrnr
Howe's physical culture school ln
BUCKLEY BOXERS ARE
iiml, 1.-v does not alone, boast
of a white hope.
They have a middleweight and
n lightweight who are said to
be among the liest of their weight
In the Northwest by boxing en
thusiasts of that town.
"Brick" Ross weighs 154
pounds, and they say that he Is
able to give any of them ln Buck
ley v tussle, even to Oscar Dal
bert, the aforesaid "white hope."
Ross has the reputation of sus
taining the fair name of his town,
whenever a bunch of roughnecks
from somewhere come swagerihg
Ir and try to ride over all beftß
It Is these gentry that Rj»l>
Inkes a special delight ln teajßr
Ing their place, and anybodyWn
Buckley will tell you that het-is
some Instructor. He Is stroife,
game and willing, and packua
Danny McKlnnon Is a little tm
low who generally boxes st ll*
pounds, but can easily make tjje
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There Is considerable talk go
ing tlie rounds about the advant
age of Farmer's straight punches
giving li iin an advantage over
Bonds, who Is Inclined to swing.
Tlilb might be true —If Farmer
was a straight puncher. But the
ninute the logger gets excited lv
the heat of battle he begins to
swing. Take the match with Joe
Gorman for instance.
A good many fans may not un
derstand why there is squabbling
over the question of a referee.
Bonds contends that he has been
"jlpped" by the referee ln all his
previous matches, and lt Is only
fair to state that there is some
truth in his contentions. It is
not settled who will officiate in
HghYwelght limit. He Is said
to have whipped Mike Pete, the
Wilkeson man who met Billy
Wright at the last Eagles' smok
er. Danny la a mighty clever
boxer, and his friends think he
could make any of the Tacoma
Both Ross and McKlnnon are
amateur boxers, and so far neith
er one has shown an Inclination
to join the professional ranks,
although they may do so later on.
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THAT'LL WIN GAMES
The dribble, A. A. I*. rules.
IIV W. K. MKAN'WKLL,
Wisconsin I'niverslty Basketball*
The difference between the In
tercollegiate and A. A. U. rules,
with reference to the dribble, Is
nhown ln the accompanying dia
grams, ln the former it Is per
missible to shoot a basket from
the dribble; under A. A. U. rules
the ball must be passed to an
other player to make the shot.
The play: Center tips off to
No. Ti in guard position. No. 5
GAME LAWS CONFLICT IN
Quite a few of the local hunt
ers are up in tbe air in regard
to the way th efederal and state
laws conflict in regard to the kill
ing of ducks and geese this
The federal law states that the
season closes January IS, but the
state law says it is lawful to hunt
and kill this game until the last
day of this month.
Naturally, the sportsmen want
all the hunting they can get, and
some of them don't see why they
can't shoot all of this month, re
gardless of the federal law.
Game Warden Ira Light has
been given orders by Darwin, the
state game warden, that the fed
eral laws must be enforced, and
the game warden Is prepared to
report any one who hunts ducks
to the federal authorities. He has
no right to aurcst a hunter for
breaking the law ln this case.
The question of whether the
state law is co-hstltutlonal or not
is now up before the supreme
court, and If it Is decided favor
ably, of course those who hunt
the latter part of the month will
Mr. Light has reeclved 25
The dribble, Intercollegiate
Solid line, course of players at
Vertical zigzag, the dribble.
Horizontal zigzag, course of
dribble? and shoots (under inter
collegiate rules) or passes to No
3 ln right-forward position or to
No. 1 in left-forward position
(under A. A. U. rules) for a shot.
No. 2 dashes to No. s's position
and guards No. s's forward oppo
badges to be bestowed upon dep
uty game wardens, and he also
has 25 boy scout badges on hand.
He will appoint the deputy war
dens from time to time.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 7. —
Otto Knabe, the new manager of
Baltimore ln the Federal league,
does not think he has taken a
foolish step. He says he has been
paid part of his salary in advance.
PLACED ON TRIAL
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 7. —Jess
Willard, Tom McCarey, Referee
Eyton, and several others were
placed on trial today charged
with violating the state law In re
gard to prizefighting. This charge
arose out of tbe death of "Bull"
0, YE GODS!
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 7. —A
vote taken from sporting writers
show that a majority of them are
in faVor of retaining the Cincin
nati base hit.
The Tacoma Rifle and Revolver
club shot off the match with
Adraln last night, making a score
of 924 out of a possible 1.000.
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RIVAL MAT MEN
Wrestlers from the Y. M. C. A.
and the Cushman Indian school
held a friendly little workout last
night at tho Cushman gymnasium
in which the mat men of both
teams made a good showing.
Val Comstock sprung a sur
prise by downing Pater Dick, the
Indlnn giant, who outweighs him
by a number of pounds. The as
sociation wrestlers were under the
leadership of N. D. Moser, and
the Indians were in charge of
MAY GO BACK
There Is a possibility tha
Coach E. B. Perkins, who hai
b<**en directing tha Stadium elev*
en for a number'of years, will gc
Fast to coach the University ol
Indiana. An offer haß been mad<
.Mr. Perkins, and if the salary ar
rangements are sufficient he wll
Try the "Swap" game. He<
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