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News and Views Truth and Sincerity Hfistß inhhners rat TO WORIHARD THH SHi - $0 DOES EVERIIOOI ELSE | Lots of .Work Has Been Meas ured Out For Tigers In Training HAVE BEEN FAIRLY LUCKY Banging Vitt'a Arm Has Been the Most Serious Calamity BY RALPH L. YON K PR. MONROK, La.. March 22.—The Ti ger inflelders are peeved. Pitchers have a snap,” they say. "They come out here, warm up for a few momenta, pitch six seconds nuu beat it lor the e!nb house. "We hit a few hundred pitched balls, run the bases for two hours, practice sibling for another, and then have infield work for the s*o in<uuiea before bedtime.” . Getting the proper focus on the statements we discover that evety body on the Tiger crew is completing a week of the hardest work that tt has been the good fortune of Man ager Jennings to be able to hand out. u x» spite of the very unfavorable start the Tigers have been abie in this week that is almost past to get in enough work to put them In excellent shape There are still numerous and sun dry sore arms and legs, but they are iu the process of getting better, and It is expected that the trip north will out them in good shape. The 1 <»orv live been fortunate in that no ex .remely serious injury has befallen tar of the Important cogs of the ma rine. ■ , '—The banging of Vitt'a arm by aln irtight, the Louisiana Industrial in stltme pitcher. nearly a week ago. is the most serious Tiger calamity. The appendage is still sore. Casey was another of the unfortunates when ho dove In the pool and hurt his cat. Louden s spiking case loked serious at UHt, but the wound healed very quickty. There it one thing that few of tre Tigers need fear, and that is that they will be overtrained. In the short time that they have had for working out at Forsythe park, there would be no chance for anything like that. During the trip home as many of the men as possible will be given op portunities for work, but the bulk of It will have been done before Mon roe is left. Riding on Pullmans every other day. isn't conducive to the bc»t of condition, so the Tigers have inane every effort to get into shape before leaving here. The term “spring training” as ai>- plled to these southern trips is a inia- j nonn\ There is no stirh thing as spring training here for the sarm rea son that the kid’s sister could hare no core. “There ain’t going to be none \r *r ' What- tnfr call winter here, a heart iSendlng term of confinement *o a bunqh if eager baaeballers. *ls like Finmjhm't Jrain. wltn summer for a couple of weens In a little tragedy sketch on “off again— oil wtaln” order. One day it is rainy and chilly, tl.e nsficL bright and warm. This con tinues for a fortnight or so, and tliut winter takes a hike and summer stalks in.and reigns supreme o'er sweating Hr TiC'flfst chance to get any sort of a MtKf’.ojt the 1912 Tigers of the first sMfnr '•rill be given Sunday in the! gftlpg with Shreveport, when the reg ular llne-vp. with the egeeptipn of.Ty, Cobb, will be used. This meanV. that. Stanage will' he behind the bat without doubt, Gainer at first. Delahanty at second. Bush at PhMf, Wfjf Moriarty at third. While til nasi two have not put in an ap 4§Unftr'fn time to get into shape, j nffirtßitesK. it is thought that they nr# work Sunday. fn tut field. Perry and Paver Jones will hare another chance to fight to see mho qualifies as the best man for the left field job. Perry will prob ably be placed in center field with Davey and Sam on either side of him. The Shreveporters are anxious to see the old-timers, and many will at tend solely for that purpose. The youngsters mill get their chance”the nett day with Hattiesburg. The Tiger hunch is one happy fam ily as it is now. There doesri’t seem to be the slightest friction between ■ay tern of Ihe players. If there is anybody sore at anybody else, be has failed to show it. The new men hsve fitted in in great shape Every man who has joined the rVub te liked by the old fellows. Be fore the veteran* arrived the young sters were pretty much the whole thing around the hotel, but as soon as the aged ones got here, tire young sters politely stenned back and let the new arrivals have the floor in Im portant events. The Tigers will leave Monroe with the satisfaction of knowing that they have increased the respect of the _Monroe people for them ns represents, tires of the American league. Thu. much vtd more is said by Monroe Res. It WM) Boon be a crime lb these nertf .tq entertain the Idea nf any Hub bu( the Tigers being American t»n»ns pennant contenders. If we are to believe what we hear around llit.x piece. 1 - * The only discord In the camp that b*x« been Impressive has been in the f tiHm*— but let’* quit kicking tltat ouert**t'a goat group’. A... RjL&DY SHADES DECKER IN GO AT FLINT FLINT, Mich . March fci>—Hmm* Brady, of Chicago, shaded Tommy lieeker. nr Cleveland in an eight roua go here last night. The onlv knock down in the match' wfle srnrM l»> Brad* In the second round. MM) CITIES ftl SEND SKATERS TO DETROIT RACES Local Roller Speeders Are Pre paring To Enter , Contents Secretary Julian T. Fitzgerald of the Western Skating association, who in the interest of roller skating for the amateurs of United States, camff to Detroit some time ago and made j arrangements with James K. Hayes ior the Wayne Gardens rink to hold the international Amateur champion ship* ifi Detroit, and bring here the greatest bunch of speed skaters Itb it waa ever brought together in I this country at any one time, is mak- I ing good his promise. Raymond Kel ly oi St. Paul, Minn., who won the Northwestern championship at Min neapolis, is one of the real stars who with the following champions of their states and districts will be seen in Detroit from April 2 to t», inclusive. Detroit lias four or five fast amateurs who are working out daily under the watching eye of Walter W. iOsmun, Michigan representative ot j tho W. S. A. These boys say that | they will make the champions of |these other states go some to put jthem out of the running. Buffalo. 'Grand Rapids. Toledo, Cleveland. Oin jcinaaii. Dayton. Towanda. Minne apolis. Omaha. Indianapolis. St. Louis. Kansas City ami tnapy other cities j are now arranging to send a repre tattve to the races Du rojt iai^ | will witness 101 tbs firs' time m tie history of roller skating, a real chain- I pionship race, and in the races decid ed in Milwaukee and Detroit, will go the championship ert the world. BRUNSWICKS OF NEW YORK ARE BOWLING CHAMPIONS CHICAGO. March 22.—With the fourth best mark ever made at uu American Bowling Congress tourna ment, the Brunswick All-Star live to day hold the championship in that classic event of American bowlers: Thirty six teams took the floor Uai night iu a vain endeavor to surpass the mark of 2.H04 set by the eastern ers. The All-Stare will receive tile championship gold medals and S7OO cash as the first prize. The change among the high men in other events was the mark of 1,220 set by Pritchett and Goodwin of Indiauapolis in the doubles which put them in fifth piace in that event. | Where the Kinks Are Coming Out HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. March 22—The last of the pirate squad. Albert Kel logg. of Xetr York state. today t» tn camp. I1«*S il!< feet throe Inches tail and weighs 208 pounds. "Dots” Miller Is showing up well as a candidate for first base fur the Buccaneers. XKW ORLEANS. I.a . March 22 - Buddy Ttyan, of the Naps, never keeps a ball after fielding it. He gets rid of It riktht away by throwing It to some InfioJdcr and In the spring practice he has never thrown a hall behind a bast runner. The Naps rested today. Man ager Davis going to Gulfport to ar range for next year's training quarters. SAN ANTONIO. Tex. March 22 - Manager Callahan, of the Sox, is here toua* to "pipe - bis youngsters In to day's game with the local Texas LeagUer*. Fid. Walsh will ptlot the pi cutlers to Austin. Sunday. BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. March 22—The Cubs, with Smith and Richter on the mound'and Manager Chan or on first base, were played to a srandsttll by the Barons here yesterday In a 10-In ning four to four tie. Infield booting and a wild heave by Catcher Cotter killed a possible Cub victory. LOUISVILLE. Ky. March 22 BtU Dal-len's trolley dodgers are Scheduled to begin a four-days’ exhibition series here torhorrow. They will then go to Indianapolis, where they are to take on Jimmy Burke’s American associa tion 1 * out fl f * The* dodger's worked' our with the Louisville squad todaf «-- GEORGE WESTERZIL IS PRIME ENCOURAGEMENT KID OF THE SQUAD RY RALPH L YOXKBR. MONROE, La.. March 22. —George Westerzll is the prime encouragement kid of the Tiger squad. Whenever there is anybody on the field or in the hotel who needs a little of the blues dispeller, George is there with the dope. Out on the field during practice there-isn't a grounder missed by an inflelder, there isn't a good try for a fly that goes tn rain, but that George’s “It’s a bad bop. old man.” or the toxt one,” is on the Job. Wgs hasn't been having the easiest sort of a time himself. Win .Jen nings anxious to see Just what Lou den and V 444 -wsre callable of- he- ha* been shoved here and there .both in practice and, in the games, from in fold to outfield and hack again. Furthermore he has had an arm that has bothered him a good deal. It has hurt him to throw c*er since he has been at work. But no matter how’ badly he himself is off, he doesn't forget the other fellow when he needs help. D. A. C.-FRIENDSHIP GAME WILL PROVE THRILLER What, promises to be a whirlwind wludwp to the elty basketball *en*on will bo staged tonight at the Moose Temple when the f>. A. (’. will de fend their claim to the city champion ship title against the Friendship lodge five. Those teams have met twice before, each winning one gam?. The final contest promises to he ono of the bent seen in the city this year. Both loams are confident of copping aiid nil the regulars or both sides will be in the lineup. According to Manager Shlnntck or the D. A. C, that team will disband for the reason after this game. The lodge boys are also planning to turn In their suits after tonight’s rontev XX Ilk ••••Ik ramps prrrflrtlag vlrtori, the center nf Interest In the Klaus- Dlllnn battle, tn b«f ntageri toniotran. moved tixbiv tn Kan Kfunclaco. Both fight* rs wound up their training yes terday. Retting Inday Is at •ran money THE TIMES ‘SPORT PAGE ; Featherweight Champion Kilbane Received By 200,000 Home Folks In Cleveland, Ohio Wkm E>aiki*r««p|||bl < kamplon J<<b»n> Kilbane, a real IrUhman, nrrlted In (latrland. 0., hi* uaflve elf), un SI. I’atrlrk‘a day. iipoa bin return from l.«* \naelra, he given a reeeptioa that dlarouated any ever aerorried »• S eatlinaled that IfOtMMMi men. cornea and ehlldrea arreted the little boxer, aa with bin nlle ■■l baby daaghter, be drove aloatc s uprrl»r-me. to tbe elt> ball, 11 here Mayor V. I). Baker welcomed him. I'be i..Ken la front of the rll* ball, abowa a amall aeetlon of the < I<«, iliik throne. SHOES, CIGARS AM) OTHER GOOPS * SPOILED PADDY’S HOME-RUN TRY BV RALPH L. YONKPR. MONROE. La., March 22.—Shoes, cigars and other necessaries and luxuries floating before him. kept Paddy Baumann from helping himself to a home run off Joe Wood, of Bos ton. when he first started with the THE DETROIT TIMES: FRIDAY. MARCH 22, 1912. PRBH clu& Tigers last year, he says. He clipped a clean three-bagger over Trig Speaker's head during a game that had already been won by tut Tigers and when he got to third Jennings gent Mm home. As the prospect of a home run came to him. there also hovered about his eyes The Emblem 1 Ygßj| J Goo^neßa Wy Saturday, March 23rd, to Our Twenty-second Annual Exposition of Spring & Summer Apparel it will be a masterful presentation of correct fashion modes for the new’ season —a demonstration of this quality store’s supremacy in merchandizing. Traver- Bird methods wdll again enjoy that merited prestige which we justly pride and zealously guard. Your Interest in this important fashion event we courteously court. May we expect you to attend? * Featuring—Our Celebrated 7GREEN ROOM CLOTHES Fpr Men and Young Men. * Suits and Outergarments-—sls to $45 Specializing — Men and Young Men’s KNOX. JNO. B. STETSON HENRY HEATH HEADWEAR Boys* *>nd Children's < Mothes, lists. Shoes and Furnishings visions of a clothing store in which he was selecting a handsome shirt, a bootery where he was trying on a pair of sit dollar shoes, boxes of cigars, cigarettes, pianos and other things. He had heard of the rewards in the way of general merchandise taat come to the home-run clouters in the big leagues. The deluge was too great. Trig re layed the balT\to C’arrigan via and there was nix to It but to be caught standing at the plate. Avaunt, ill-becoming vision on the next effort. @W£g|^(ro. DETROIT’S LA RO ft ST CLOTHIERS JENNINGS GIVES TAtK ON INSIDE IASE9AII Calls Men Together, Plans New Plays, and Urges Con tinual Training . . BY RALPH U YONKKR. MONROE, La.. March 22.—1 t was raining hard when the Tigers awoke this morning, and the workouts scheduled for today were postponed. MONROE. La., March 22—Plans to day called for a continuation of yes terday s session of tutors* iu the of planning and executing plays un der the direction of Manager Jen nings. For the first time since the Tigers hate been at Monroe. Hugiiie called the men together and talked to them ou baseball. His speech was along the line of training and keeping la condition which he urged them strougty to do. Some new pla*s were tried also for the first time. One of those quick changes in temperature came yesterday after noon. It was hot until nearly four o'clock when it, suddenly cooled off and the coats that had been shed dur ing the earlier part of the day were hurriedly donned again. There are onlv a few more days of work here for the Tigers. The whole squad leaves Monday, the Tlgerettes going to Hattiesburg, Miss., for a game and the Tigers to Jackson. Miss. BOHEMIAN TASiT) BEATS BELGIAN AND NORWEGIAN CLEVELAND, 0., March 22.—J00 Smejkal. wrestling champion of Bo hemia. today holds the title of mat supremacy over Belgium and Nor way as a result of his easy victory over Constant De Lion. Belgium cham pion. and Eric Gustavson. best wrest ler of Norway. Specializing— , Men’s snd Women’s HANNAN and CONTINENTAL FOOTWEAR Manhattan Shirt* (Detroit Headquarter*) Adler'*—Fowne'a—Perrin'* GLOVES Edited by RALPH L. YONKER FIGHT FOR SECONDS CITY TITK GROWS CLOSER Deltas and Oaklands Furnish Thrills in Second of Elin* ination Games. That the fight for the secondary city basketball championship of the city will prove interesting is the opin ion of faus today who last night wit nessed the second leg of the tourney at the "Y" gymnasium. The follow ingflscores resulted; Institute 24, Array Y. M. C. A. 13; Athenians 14; Boulevards I; Deltas 21, Ixiuis Y. 11. C. 7. The last two games furnished the thrills of the evening. The Deltas and Trurabulls played a fast snappy game and the Deltas’ victory was in doubt until the last flvo minutes ot play. The flt. Ixjuls Y. M. C. team were away off last night both in shooting and passing and while they bad their best tnen in the lineup, they put up \ poor exhibition of basketball beside s me of their other games this sea son. The Oaklands played fast ball, were sure on their passing and found the net with accuracy. The following schedule has been arranged for the third elimination trials: Omicrons vs. Institute. Riversides vs. Athenians. , Deltas \s. Immanuels. "Y” Bines vs. Oaklands. CENTRAL STARTS ON TWO-DAY TRIP TODAY The Central high five today will trek Its way to Pontiac where they play the high school tonight on the firßt leg of their two jaunts into the state for basketball honors, and tomor row will continue to Kalamazoo where they will meet the Celery City higt. school team. At Pontiac tonight th> locals expect to have no trouble in copping, but at Kalamazoo, tomorrow, a battle in which the result is dubious Is looked for.