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fktl Star Cast Will Go Against “Doc” White’s Texas Leaguers in Week-End Games 5835 DALLAS. Texas, March 24. . thAMai Mint 'he ri*f of Crown Prince Harrv.of reign* securely and beloved in tbs A . At the render ag' of 30 rear* Haro *w such a V> La»M«t a~«J> ML - *, th, ur of 2* year* Harry had failed S had dropped to the association. ■aPJSLTSI* At thl ia of 24 vear* the Shamokln southpaw ! » Mo* <rf birara Ha was a aapar-dab smong arro? i PEL LLn «m break on a fair club At tba age tbe Pole n kill tag la the Southern aaaoclallom winomg 2g in& l r * fffril- r -«L. -* a ruonl tor tffectlvenea* hat (barged iflEl 9 «|ii Ul eanwd run* par game. I ”,n.- bo»«t «IM. 1». »«-n h. ZL aa MV, oM thia big fallow further impress*! the nia)or laaguee or two more than 21 games for Detroit, losing no more than the II previous. bettering 0 * * I 5 «TZ Mteet * f ) g deserved counters par tilt Whan this anclant bird » ■ Tfiar - o ij» he won 28 game# xud loot but 10 for Twimi., ar be ■ S2 hu «»*«*•"—• ’«r** u- —»•« ™* NMH to U», which la a eery sensational igura indeed Afeo Prince Stanley amarament at this unusual pitching naraor, and consider U tor I moment the caaa of Prince Stanley, alao of the h«we of Coral aalba. which reign* in tba land of Shamnkln When Stanley I* wna Si year* of age ha followed Brother Harry to Lancaster. Pw. 1 m wna the priaa baby at the circuit He woo something like *,l games. __A fcriMp.fi IMI than half that many. Again whan II rears of thla S ni\ IhIMM wonder, winning 18 game* for laujraater and loatng S two. Whan 22 yaara of age. Stanley fizzled out at Ifcmcaater kwtng a| g If P n" When ha waa 21 year* of ag«. be drew a trial _ with m..v ap d VM dismissed to Atlantic City In tUne to win 20 and loaa in that league When he waa 24 rearm of age this rounder waa at Spokane and waa soft picking for the Northweatara Blfhoo ha waa 28 year* of age. he waa a light winner in the MM IThao be waa 28 yaara of age. be waa a willing worker but a 50-88 M Puciftc coast league When he waa 27 yaara of age. ha was Um of tba 1818 ana arm la tha American league, and until tko dtr»#i f aoriotw illneea in July, threatened to pitch Cleveland into a fcmlgU avm saw a family Ilka this before These two brothers mm* pbenotna when they should hare been prattling infanta, duba just the ilesnia* of years and experience should have made them de it«adable workmen and budding star* at an age when the great majority S( pitchers are eeektag a pension and a soft spot for their sunset days j wLgn wtt be 28 years of age this year, and he la confidently expected to Cfot star left-hander of the league Btanley trill be 2* years old this 'ffaaaea,. end he is deemed a star rookie who should perform wonders, that he has one season of good work and experience in the big ahow Maahall fans who care nothing for the personal feelings of players clamoring again this spring for a Sunday duel between the Coveleskle f'.BMdlsri They will never get It unless exceptional circumstance* make I AAeh A clank a matter of loyalty to the club. While Stanley says he win aglAh •gainst whomsoever his manager order*. Harry declares flatly that ! t-MMver will work again him kid brother. He does not rare to humiliate Its young “booger.’- aa the senior dubs the junior and doe* not h*|ker ■Bag a trouncing from a member of his family If the roveleakies have : ■May family scrapping to do. they prefer their own bark yard. II M not a fact, however, that the brothers never have clashed on the *MmML Nine years ago. when Harry was with the Phillies for a few flMmeatn, he worked for the Quakers against Lancaster in a spring exbl-; IBtn game Stanley opposed him for five Innings, all of which were This Year and Last • WUOHET JENNINGS has a notion that perhaps thia season he win fbl Masses a pitching staff, each member of which will occasionally 1 be good fer nine Inning* of work all no the same day That will be sonithtng of a novelty after the season of IVIB. It is a well ; BhOwn fact that the pilot found it necessary to jerk his slabs ter* frequently fa the midst of game* last year, but the actual figure* are astounding glae Tiger barters were need Inst season. Drop Louder milk out to cancel ■ the games Mitchell played wtlh Cleveland before he reported to Detroit. ? and you will find that the Detroit pitchers appeared in 271 game*, which la Ui mare than the club played j*. i Oa|y two Tiger moundsmen pitched more than ten complete game* ■ Caksleskie ranked qolte high with 22 starts that be finished, and the other £ Hdkpt linen gentleman Wna Da us*, who atarled and finished 18 whoie con taste Boland. Cunningham. James. Mitchell and Dubuc appeared In 182 I Hffrn hit times last season, and not a one of them fiiurted 10 complete i.mmmm Os coarse a certain amount of shifting i* legitimate, but tbl* sort , SI record is amazing Lark of condition is the only explanation There la reason to believe that there will be lea* mid game aviation this year f than last. That prophety is Justified by (be form that t* on exhibition In entap this spring IP Other Clubs (inilty Tigers were not alone In their failure to stand tbe gaff last year I" m There were 28 American league pitchers who appeared in more jt than 26 game*, and only 12 heaver* in the cirruit who were on the firing line for 15 or more romplete game* Os the twirier* ' oa the pay rolls, not more than 26 started and finished 10 jousts There ' aaaae* to mind n dozen American league pitcher*, all considered fine per firmer- ld*t year, who got credit for winning more game* than (bey gpataally piiched from soup to nuts. t;\. Harry Coveteakie and Bob Sbawkey are credited with 23 wins, and ' fiaah buried only 22 complete game* Nick Cullop and Eddie Foster won )4 tilt*, and actually pitched thru less than 16. fteventeen triumph* were Ijpnorded for Rddie Cicotte. and he went thru only 11 of hi* start*. Ernie NHkare'* winning record tied Cicotte’*. and he pitched thru only 10 fracases £ Leonard Dane* and Gallia each won 18 game*, but each had to have help ' la all their start* except 17. 18 and 13. respectively. < laude William* won v |t game* sad went the route only 10 time* Stan Coveleekle wa* victor , gn lfi occasion*, and did the alloted *tunt only 11 time* Cart May* made 17 conquest* and was in there at the finish only IS time* all aessoa The r.fffcuilar figure* for Jim Bagbv were 16 and 14 It must be recalled that each of these fellow* *!«o got credit for •«numerous losses The season of 1116 waa a campaign of *phn f pitching PI as bed Jennings Isn’t g«>>ng to h«-«ita»e to -wir.g M hrx.K if 4gi m’- the range, bu' «h* oui|fa<k i* now that the Tigers at lea ■ much more sturdy than they were in 1216 Crawford Object* SAM CRAWFORD ia setting up a lusty squawk because of the general opinion that he will noi play regularly this season H* refuse* to see any significance in that fielding record for 1216. which show* him capturing only *6 flic* in 72 gam** ju*' shoe two tfcb work an average right fielder does in the American >*agu* He dia Wins** that record with a snort and the assertion that a fellow can't get them If they aren't bit bis way. All of which is verv true Where Sam . make* bis mistake is In refusing to recall th* numerous blow* which were Ul his way and which, because they did not fall Into hi* pocket, went lor eostly doubles and triple* Sam also refuse* to recall the occasion* When be didn't run out infield grounder* which might have b* . n has* bits If he had bustled Crawford made a very serious mistake last year when he refused |o shift to first base when requested to attempt that station Th* club would have been stronger and flam understudied Bums and permitted Rillman to give his entire attention out fielding There would have been Wttet flychasing and the defensive work at the first turn would have Elaen Increased A transfer to first ba*e was flam's chance to prolong his r baseball career He turned It down and elected to stand or fall by his ; work as an outfielder If he covers ground aa he did in 1218 he mav i~fcnM the old job The veteran fell off approximately IS per cent in fly Magging last year, flam * hatting was the weakest in 1216 that It ha* been etae* HK>4 but he hit 886. and that is sufficient to keep him In the j MM lag if other thing* are equal jffH both Nicholson and Harper are carried this ve* r it I* likeiv that ■MM calaber will have to go Without figuring on a possible return of Vitt, Lwfie club renter Is might) crowded, i obb Vearh. 1 raw ford. HHiman. H,r Nicholaoa make six outfielder* Bum*. Young Hush Jon* * Ellison jjlpff Hffor make all Inftelder* There are four hack«iop* I he*, total 14 EflMMheJßal tear*# room for nine pitcher* under the 26 man limit hut nbarhlb »* not fa the hafett of carrying more than 22 thru >h. season Heilman and Datum Sent To Bed With ( okb Bp HAROLD V. WILCOX wax ah achi*: Te*.. March 34. — Harry Heilman and George Dana* have been sent tr osd with heavy rold* hut they part to be out a pain tn a saw day* Dausii will not be needed eo much for a week or mure hot the absence of Heilman from the lineup will not be relished by Jennings who la trying to gat the regulars working la mid season form as soon a* possible. Ceids in this sort of climate usually hag the victim for some time, especially a northerner who la not accustom ad to the werther here Every preoaadoa la being taken to guard the play ers against poenmania. DENTALS HAVE FINE RECORD World’ll rhantpioaahip Hockey Tram of Toronto Ploys For Big Lend At Htart When It romM to ftoaexlßi nick udm the world ff champion Dentals of Toronto probably have a reo oid MnaM by few. If any, hockey team* tc the country Such name* as "tooth puller* "molar*." "Jawbourn." pain killer*," ■'raa " and numerous other* have been handed them during their won derful cnmpairnlnc for the world'* title thli so aeon. The last two namea were their portion because of Che peculiar method of play they showed In the titular conflicts. In tho first game* of both the eerie* with the River side* for the O. H A flag, and tho two with Saskatoon and the Win nipeg Victorias for the Allan cup they would go out and get a lead in the first encounter and play It safe in the second game, the total goals deciding The first game jof the Rlseralde eerie* wae won 3-2 and the second 2*l, giving the Dentals a three-goal margin on the eerie* In the two games with the Saskatoon team, in the Allan cap semi-final*. the Den ta;s took the first six goals to four, but lost the second 32, giving them a one-goal margin victory. In tbs finals for the world's amateur title they beat the Victorias of Winni peg bk In the first encounter but dropped the Anal fM. an orertime g >al by Milan giring them the tii alar honor*. The Dentals will play Detroit In the Arena Monday and Tueaday. A Scrapper With Gun or Gloves I 1 T ■MB ') * T| " i Bk Y A JIMMY ANDERSON. Originally from tndianapoli*, this clever young aspirant for ebam p< on ship laurels will meet Phil R'oner In s six-round bout in the armory Saturday night and Frankl* Murphy, Wednesday night, in Glaas co'» arena. Track Meat Poatponad, The track meet scheduled for Frl day night between Central and Northwestern high schools, has been postponed until Saturday night. The meeting will take place in Cen tral** gym. MACOK Oa. -Ofi* more workout today and than the Tanks hust fate tn the n- »• by taking on th* Braves ft.r a series of jramei ANECDOTES OF PRIZE-RING HEROES BY NOTED REFEREE By EDDIE QRAMCV Tom Sharkey decided on a turkey one day and figured he’d attend to the purchase himself. "What's tkat big M-rr-rud worth up there?" said Tom pointing to fine, large turkey The deal ended with Tom ordering the bird sent to his place, He had seen It weighed at Ik pounds and got a price of thirty cents a pound Tom received the turkey and a hill for f( 40 . To be sure his turk weighed the full Ik pounds. Tom took it nut sod found a pair of scales ft only netghed lk pounds "At 10 rents the pound HI never pay |fi 40 for that turkey," said Tom, "Bure, and this Is thirty three and a third per cent worse than the James boys." He rang up O’Brien, who owned the market where he had purchased the bird O'Brien explained that r|e*o ing the turkey and so on had caused the two pounds to disappear. “I'huh’ Chub l t get ye," Tom yelled at him Ru» let me tell you this. Mr O Rrten You can’t slip any fhream'clock in the afternoon stuff over on me Nothin' 1 r^Sßjli i b«i ria«M4« §om lor Tom Shark*/.'* DETROIT TIMED / | . 1 f ❖ The Cincinnati Reds developed one Cuban ballptuytr, Armando Maris not. Into one of the beet eut fielders In the major Isegwee, and ar# trying out two mere Cubans this year—Romaeao* and Caeto v Ronwnach Is touted as an Infield wonder Coeto is an outfielder. Bleacher Fan* Backing Rickey In Ball Tangle ST I/>l T lB Me . March 24 The Rickey Ball Jones tangle was •till unsolved Friday night. Th* fan* want Branch Rickey to bead the reorganised Cardinal*, but President Ball of the Brown* who says he has Rickey tied to sn agreement, refuses to Indi cate hi* course—legal or other wise. There was some comment that Ban Johnson, czar of the Ameri can league, might take a han 1 In the controversy. The fan*, those who pay tbetr quarter at the bleacher entrance and those who are subscribing to the stock of the Cardinals, ar* backing Rickey. DETROIT HI6HS STILL IN LEAD Central and Northwestern Get Places In Semi-Finals At Ann Arbor ANN ARBOR. Mich , March 24 Detroit Central and Detroit North western still held their leads in tba Michigan state basketball tourna ment today, each defeating two strong opponents in Friday s play. Central heat Arthur Hill of Sagi naw. 3t to 18, in tha morning, and Friday night took Bay City West ern'* measure by a score of 27 to Mr Northwestern trounced Grayling high in the morning for a 80 to 13 score, and in the evening beat Hart by a score of 31 to 18 The winner of the Northwestern Grand Rapids game today will meet the winner of the Central Jackson game for the state title, Tonight. Central’s and Northwestern’* play thus far has made them the favor ites for the Anal contest Detroiter Honored Forward F. Deacon. ’lf, of Detroit, ha* been selected at the Massachu setts Institution of Technology iS captain of the sophomore boat crew. Much InlPrest is b*lng taken this year in rowing. Case Teah Beats North western Cass Teoh's track team which has been organized boi a few davs, beat Nonhweetem Friday nigh* by a -core of Vk to 2* in Cass Tecfj’s gym. Eastern To Play Central. Eastern high trarksters and Cen tral will Clash in the former’s gvn* April 13, It has been announced TWO CUBANS AMONG RED ROOKIES I jj’z Ire* m • V f > V*—« 1 ' —— I Kokomo Man Posts World’s Record of 721 ORAN?) RAPIDS. Mich.. March 24 J F Garrett, of Kokomo, Ind.. posted a world’s record in the doubles at American Bowling Con gresr tournament her* Friday, roll lng 721 for the best three games with an unloaded ball. Four years ago E«i Herrmann, of <H-*veland. dropped a score of 723, with a dodo sphere. The best minor event of the day came in the work of Joe Pflster and Walter 01.-oux, of Detroit, who roil ed 1.280 for sixth place. * All four leaders survived the at tack of Friday’s players. give-Ms a Trams Btrk Brothers Chicago 1041 Palaces. Hyracuse 1047 Millers iiaberdasbers. Detroit.. 2977 Simmons Colts. Rockford, 111.. . 2SSI Hotel Navarree Toledo |llt Mitchell otx No. 1. Teledo 11)1 Smith's Arcades Cleveland .... 2901 Kaltop*. Rochester 3901 Eastern Markets. Detroit 959« LAsher's Nationals. Rlgla till Tww-Maa Teases MoCaughao and Peachey. In dianapolis . 1314 Budlnger Brothers. Chicago.... luj Edwards and Wrst. Buffalo. . 1399 Imoroeikl and Dungdren. '"’Wt oagn 1990 Ware and Dock, Fargo 13*7 Pfleter and fHnat. Detroit .. 13S0 (tnvder and Toung. Toledo... . 1371 Meysr and Walderker At Louli 1344 Thles and Frans Cleveland ... . 13(3 It lug and Elwert. Toledo 13(3 ladlvldnale O. Kullusch, Rochester ((I O W. May. Fort Wayne 491 C. T Zelglsr, Detroit «*t R Bradshaw. Cleveland 490 J Shaw. Chicago. 4|| L. Frans. Cleveland 4ft DMTROrT Al R H O A I Bush, a a 4 l | 4 4 1 Toung. Ih .*. ( 1 0 ( t 1 Crawford, r. t. 4 1 4 4 0 4 Veach. If ... 4 1 I 4 t * Harper, e- f I I 1 3 • I Barns, lb ( 4 til 1 j Klmon. 3b R 4 4 l 4 1 Telia, « 4 1 l ( i * Flanagan, p a * 4 4 3 • C Jones p A 4 4 # I 4 Conch. P- •. • —i 4 4 A | 4 •Dysr I 1 t 4 4 4 Totals 4( 4 14 33 17 ~T Four worth - AP R H O A R Rtow. ( ( I 3 1 4 4 1 Klrclisr. 3b ( 4 3 ( S 4 Crioblow I t .... i 4 # 1 4 « William* c f 33 114 4 Mclver. t. f (3 1144 Adams, lb 4 0 3 1 3 1 fhassMim. tb ... (41(34 Bernsen. ■4. .. (00(13 Simms p 344 1 44 Bedford. p 14 4*oo Applegate, p 10 4 13 4 flijyor .. ...14444* tßailey 4 4 4 4 # 4 Totals 4 2 3 lk IS If 4 for C Jonaa in m*»hUl tlMttHI t*r *'m»r• In alath tßatfad for Radford In aiphth fnntnffa MIU Ul |||i| Dofrolt « Fort Wtmh XAdblftOAft • # _« Plfrhftna »»imiT ary 7 h*% off naa a*aja <* * *nntn*a 1 off .fonaa In 1: 1 off Coaeh In ft T off Himmi In I. 4 off Radford In ft. ft <i|f Abpfoffnf* in ft Two- bn*' Mu Crawford R ,rnt. Roah and TVompaon. Him* mn - yar ■•onf'/*# m» Kirrhor fftolan ►•aa**- J. To»m« KlMaon. Ktrrh •r, Wllllama Boah *frurlt out By Flanaaun •. **r .Ton** |. hy fflmma 4 hr Aprl'ffnt- ? Baaaa on boll*, -Tfff VHafiaffan 1, off Jonaa I off Cortrh t off Rimma ft. off Radford 1 off Anpla ■ata ft rvmbla i.tara Rarnaan. tin* and Adama; Rfow Klfrbar and Ad ami »uah and Rdrno; fffow and Kirabar. ronrh Ru»b and Rtirna fflra* baaa on arrora Oatroit 1. Koyf Warift 1 l«*ft on baaaa Dafroif TANARUS, | Fori Worth ft Paaaad ball—Taila. BOX SCORE V/ '^'f ' ' £*, . I Ty Expected to Be Waiting 1 For Clubmates in Dallas! (Yawford Whales Ball In Victory Over Fort Worth Dp HAROLD T WILCOX. (*«4f Oorretpondent Detroit Timet) WAXAHACHIB Tea.. March 34. The Tigers were scheduled to leave camp today at boob for Dallas where Saturday and Suaday games will be played wRh "Doc" White's Texas leaguers la that city. The satire squad waa to be taken along, except tb* pitchers who worked la Fort Worth Friday, and Heilman had Danas who ar* 11). Manager Jennings plans to us* vet eran pitchers and an ail-star lineup over the week-end The club ex pwebsd to find Ty Offbb awaiting them at Dallas The Tigers loafed Friday thru thrtr second overtime fiasco with s minor league clab this spring. It took the Bengal* 11 rounds to win an 8 to k decision over the Fort Worth Panthers, and they were vrry Justly punished by bavins to gobble sltm eats st the quirk lunch In order to catch their Wazte-bound train The whole club was las.v Friday and the ball waa kicked ail over the lot. Flanagan, Jones and Conch did the pitching, Jones working ont* one Inning Couch was the beet of the lot He was a bit wild at first, but this was due to his efforts to keep his fast ball low. an art In which he la being developed. John nle from Frisco showed some reel class on the slab. 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Dyer got a chance to pinch htt and knocked a fly over the left field fenoe for a home run. Telle further dmfted his Job by clever catching and a solid blow which resulted in the winning run. Harper made three horrible boots ta two Innings, and appear* to boa gone gosling Crawford hit well, ard had only one chance in the out field This was s bounder which he Juggled long enough to loss a good chance for a play'at the plats. MUCH INTEREST TAKEN IN STAR CARD AT ARMORY A large seat sale has already dem onstrated the interest that is beusg taken in the ali-star card to bo staged in the IJght Guard armory tonight for the benefit of the Cam pus Athletic club. Thirty odd rounds of boxing, two wrestling matches and professional bag punching will be among the fea ture*. There hasn’t been much boxing on this aide of ths river tn a long time, snd an effort has been mads is make this bill a good one.