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INDOOR BASEBALL IS A*U, RED AOR TE
BASKETBALL PRACTICE RESUMED IN SNAPPY FASHION BY TH VARSITY SQIJA] BASKETBALL SQUAD AT UNIVERSITY OUT AGAIN CANDIDATES FOR MONTANA FIVE AT WORK AGAIN ON GYM NASIUM FLOOR. IMEN SHOW MUCH SPEED Team-Work Is Good Despite Long 'Rest -Tabor, Cummings, Weidman, Grif fith, Denhert and Craighead Are the Stars. The university hlslkxtxallu tian ro-l sutied practic'e li't night :ftr t ile. weelks of idleniuess. .ll , I c('ept ('I aptatin N'hish r i, r, x nl in . s iit for the xpractt' "nni". ix ''tx ;iI'l I ,rnoon and few shI(xw! ,ini y s.ii < ,o deteriotration. 'TheI vilxIx' pi dt, bi - twleent t.wo pickxx tats ii.i s fias and snappy and te x \l''i r uxis in vi-, deni e clear thr.xixil it. The diffrrenci e betwetn the wtl ' c , th, stal this wintetr and ilast is in:,rl ,1. Th"riri e is it .b lindai ll(' of s lx h iix lid i !it'ri'i] filx ' a ochampint shicip t' a i this x itxilxl ll )l if the \',trsity dcte a t t l te- ,\ in tilh, State title ilfro lm thlie A. ti, it wil ii t ,e because the farmers h i\r xr strinxerr. teamni thain iever Ih'foxri'. Tit b , I 'mn inslll , \xi -.a l i tx1 :iiii xill (;riffith, playing laxx x'th .r, tlii ri x lh, hest firm irlast night. " 'T'ii t l: xit work was xxxi yx goi t ll i in li'ir r'xIs- ) Ing accurat e t;lid f .s. T'a.i.o is i lilla tin wt ho ptx l ri d aix t i lxtt,? Ii 1'it Hii'lix Hligh schxel last wi cti r, It' ' W: s sti - bioned at niii of thei f x l'rii.rd lpxsi tions last night alnii x'sii l ,oxk x 'ax i of ( itwo aggrx'.,ssiix xux rii s.' I 'uIixIi ..-s played the other fo.'ixi rr . 1l is ai little, red-hii adiled hirlii id lx xx l , i splendi d t i k lil x it h it Ii x xalr's Mist . i souttla High school tl . ain will not s.oxr x hie forgotiten. Tfix iugh hi is siill, 't ("Uix.lngs playsi i 1 'iit i i n . 11ii, ti is quick as a iIfl'ish and :i sl nt mli. passer. (l riffith playi d at c ,n i't . i 11 is aI. lbig I -po-l ili- l I ,ii n xx ii l nit . l1 1ii Ar i tnac lda stalr. l1t is ihre mr kl.at ls f'st for a. heavy manll x i d thrli os Iis.kt.l With x Il lltZing l xi ltxl . \ 'l ll;xti, lt i nitg at gvi -i \it t hll , I ., is showedl fine form'i . ti hIhl i t i l lxx hi is forward easily xx i d \\txi s ;i li'' I'l'i in the scoriing r neli , ]y hli I, xxn. lHe, Is a big tman it lth a 1:i of tiix' ..ri-tx.t. i Donhert was ithe lxixrtici lio' sxl;ir rI the 0-1her team. iHe thr.yw ,is"].,ts well, is fast on his f", ,t ui l is ag gressive. ilEd 'aligheadl plxatxid xxvr ward with him, but is xxiiie. fitt.d f a gtut r position. 1t is :1 sxit iy, ( oli, c ionsislent pliiyxr. x nid is I. iniilx to Iliikoe g lo . I ittll iltlis it ,'lla'rd 1 l" I xxxix xxiii u-i., It h ii h" s it Sinli ll illin. Manager KIuhx :xinixeld x st_' dlay that hei has sic'lhedt l] t'ii iii e'iii'' with lit Aggiixs l the fit I to ix ph 't ' here on Jxntixrxi'y t:1 xi ti r - . , tilled for irlmzes ni o I" 1"'. lruari fit. Arratirlg .efits arit i il-i' p l "ng " th (;oiz:t i f ,rl " ;- xr x ixn ill I". ,'I l t ri' . T he inter(-lass gullies will pl*',ublhly start soliion, though Ilx - iii .i Just it h time 1ix elx l the ,i lsily' L t l s i ti .,ii . b.IG SURPRISE TO MANY IN MISSOULA lix' :l h i tln " str 'risil it the quick I'tsults re]' i , d 'rl n :ihil, bu} t horn allet x v. i , , 'tc., ;. ]liXed in A .ll'r-i-k , h, t (;*,. i.n,: ni !. pI. iiili ix'i '' , 'rh,. M ie. ,-ii liito U Co(., c .l Hll illg s 1ii I l l .r i, 1.x I 1i tlh t this i iit.ilxii x I -''ll, i- x lllx i i Ill. , i tivi, syste1 inI n wlli < v .. " the iln puriti, s :o th, ') gh li1T, ,; I l.11 th,, st,.lmlai, !h n ld m y| i' , l.!ll t1 iill Champions of 1911-12 I I Aj l tt f$: :pxr, rrrqk- "P ; FF 4nf a s -; ; INDOOR BASEBALL[ TO BE PLAYED ONCE MORE LEAGUE WILL BE REORGANIZED THIS WEEK AND PLAY WILL START AT ONCE. ON UNIVERSITY'S FLOOR Physical Director Mustaine Gives His Men Permission to Play in the Gym nasium-Meeting Will Be Called in Near Future. Ilague is :aliv once m.111i . The fil lower of the hr.,, s-tiik ;111ndl x I l hi l hlall ga. lle' I II \ 'll i".j : i ,, i . t l', I" this sc lrc ith l;i, i," .fJtniuti;ir, mIn ]rl;s the r'cg'n r'tiott lf l the si lll l.os dlx I - lillno' ix iltI l hti , I iii c:l I'il tiiih' \li l - I;,iui l, ;i lt'r doi ing I h, . 1 : di*r i*ill*, i' I' iit tixt liin t il, hxi il I;r'Ixgý i it-ll hers so that tllhe I-ls iltlh in l l. t(lll -h, lol ofl Ii t) lx unixl'ersit. x'li iit lein tx lt nights elta h tt'i.| T'1od:ly, then, I residhtnt "";nk Jqo °," whose rl i l rxx nt ]ai]xi is II Ithx i X, will call leangue ning aties tog,+th "r tt <]ii, ctiS the matter i 'f sl ii iiul'. All tihl ' II1(non \\ I, < a h l( :tt in tll- gamn laist xxir ii ill hr Ir:l liy p 'residrent Jioni 's x ti , lt s i.ll n w tllj i , x;t t'x I t nlxn 'rx'w 'llt gol ovx " lthe til ,sxti xll. Phly wx illi hxn Ixt l, fxstxiir lxt i I h;lI ofi last win. tcr. .\f1 i" th le tld sti'rs, liettrxed by a y'ear of real liiyuing, will b" hIark iII suits " ; ltx ilistxiad i i ! six, oiil " flxot 'hihbs bill xtly. The univt'rsity will hat tI i tex , the Ai l llx ties i willx re , i I putl a Stinti in thli fixI1l ;uit last itrl lexrx's cxhamlps, 1the Nolsli l11,ircani- tha tilii team, \\ ill hi c lx k.. That coniht- ilta ni tion oii ght ti nItltlJx a strong l eag e pit I tl the outs of its 1'ormatio n will het 11 nli n , t indioi x t xse xii lo x pilItj ltid thie rtwal s lt-rt lro id ,d last w int, r. oif PINCH HITS lei" Il 'Thre e wild che,,rs Th, indoors t baseball le:It il has minc ac.k to lift. th * * * ito I. T. IMci'arthy and the l inch liit- hln tol herlby anitonitc e that they lre not ii, a;lldid xtes f"i' jibis as t iullires.i \Vhlic.h Is a f' ,l li stall. The chanlesi being an indoor baseball umpire nothing to do but be miserable. i -ran .k lt)nschbi h is a dcolo'tr d cut l- th lhit , kibut ii i" ioI.i hl g 'els the' j h i fe "Skipper'" Roberts, referring to a di report published in the Spokesman- In Heview and reprinted by all the li papers on the circuit several days ago ht to the effect that he wouldn't play in ball this summer, says, "Bunk! You couldn't keep me out of the spangles it with a club. I am in fine shape and will be there when the gong rings." Hooray. li T i, tilxt ls i,.i n ix-r rises to rxxnixrl in t!. ,t ,, ilt, ;" . .xii ; ,i , 'l co linii g oil .\ l' AV ,-X Ill,: il,' .iN +ill x Xi.\t;. I',h 0il r '11 s h];s cml-nt for'w'ard with a lew Vt r"i, nl cif til. "htddtn , i Iall" t'riclk It, t,,llv tht, storv on lit l11an 'I " r I nion of tiht N+;ish ille tlam hi ixlh Wliiii . IH \\x hii t x xx xxi ' wx r" lul >3-I xx" ;n xhixbition ,i;l e. rlih r ". tho' \\, 1 ,. ,I the xii i Il Ah n- ti ,,r r ii' - l I li i t", x \i t;x ' x i nt I I ~ Ix, iieil I ,i il,, hiix,lx'], Ix iit h,,l ,,w ii',ia \l, :hcil- l i f I alt I -it a Ilxxxii. 'I' hx ix xx i a '1 Tanks Produce Stars 1cs toot easr - How Uks YOU O1M . I'LL MPA5 aw Po . -Nu 3T n:'4.SO ABLE DsI ',AED G=bOL TI "To U. "". .Id T..tlc rrý oo M Tt=ck -rns BASES SWU ITE-"- .'LL o t5a1€- YoU !* ull lnah base phy, decl cent Muw /1Bret to I /7 1 u owwi ý . tt _ 'TY CoB, 8uck' fron 42'E0 0 pND fusis -cB 1re: thia" t a tL vAatLt was l ruin this tin:- nn at all the conn- Let us view the facts in the gdrish threats from the occupant of thehouse yeon From this timll on at all thco Con- Li ry fairs a booth in the agricultural ligh tll \\ill contain h:anlisomlle crayon en- that irgeinoillts of some of our best ball at Ilayers. Also thiire will hei distrib- whe ited among the surging throng beau- hide fully lithograrabhid leaflets full of rout och fascinating facts as "fLem .itr- i th cy, who Iatted .350 in the National the a'ilge last season, was born and ing aised in this country."' (Fri Ball t ossrs of the scintillating that trile arl oine. of the chief exports of i I the bucolic districts and the small the owns. Soiieone real quick at figures in ias proven this to be so. And we're pre. nclined to believe them. aCCt lip in deep right fit ld, and the fielder thu we\'nt ot oIf sight when he chiased see ,he ball. I was playing right for the let oax Ilyself tlihat day, and thlat's how got on this IFinn trick. (iie of the Nashville pI.ayers hit to the crest of aiun Ihis ridge. I reached for the hall, to nissel. , anl it wn nt dow iinto the (llip. the lost umy blanciie in going after it and fll oin y hands. My thIrowing hand '1 lalpplnedl to touch a little mouinud of 191 dirt as I fill. I grabbed at it lto get .l: tly balance. and came up with a ciopl Iunllllfl of 'llinicssee Illld alll a iase sill in Imy hand I hoisted to second n time to g. t imi man by five yards. , "l'hen I niticed a collection of lit- ha" IIr mounds like the (ione that I had en- h ountiered. I lioked into thln. Il1 dai w\iis a cache just iot of sight of the liandii and the lumpire., w\ere Mike nte lid plait d l)aseaills for uVisoiian's I hot isme. 'Then I kln\w h'le\ it was that i lit tIll i I iit so neatly at second Va i l of C S. i1. Dill on, sltr liiantelr anild end l ar this year' s ltiar,'rd varsity, is in wil line for a job coahlinig the Beverly high school of ioistulr. S * * liki Kid Murray: M, id.I of nothliing o itl is to ha Io geit liip it ii , r. i . r i hamilliered nlortn to l I11 hllw zero. th1r 1'ilsi is a vile sla r tion Iliidlly W il- the tea -12 I. htn Let us view the facts in the gtrish threat ;ht of truth. It must be admitted with at the city youth has a disadvantage Loc the start. About the only place here he can dally with the horse. (Poer de is a small vacant lot entirely sur. lop t ,unded by glass and windows. Or ture. it seems, anyway. And even though dere : e lad is a natural-born clouter does with .e honest taxpayer with the menac- the c g demeanor and the broken window bull t 'rench plate--,osts like the deuce- police at young brat meant to do that- we c I ever get my hands on him!) does rural it honest taip.yer appreciate it? Not playe any way, shape or form; as the ex- wheai ression goes. The game is called on the a 2count of rain-rain of oaths and they tr. We will wager that he never (es 5 a. m. from the morning side, hur. We will wager that he never sees 5 a. im. from the morning side, let alme millk Theodosia at that hour. Catcher Archer of the Cubs, ls uongnl the holdouts. He would like to s1et Pr sidnt Murphy back for ten thiousand seetds next year. The National league schedule for 1913 is to duplicate that of 1911 as closely as possible with the single ex 'cption of the opening dates. ON Tlll I.DEAR OLD FARM. The daily classic: Judge cannon has hen utlnder the weather for a few days aftte speinding Xmas on the farm near Savage. The judge says the next time he leaves a well regulated steoln heatoed room in a well kept hotel to eat Xmas dinner at lhontte, h, d~nl't, lie is some better.-Beaver Valley I hzett. , Sport sc-hetdule for today: Connie Mack will id--tlare that the Athiletics will w\\i the ,'ennant. The vars lli basketball team looksa like a wilnl r. A. ltresli. ,Ir.., who has been actitn 'as a w:alkitc: .,l\,Ivrtlsement for a fine for co'lt I..:. prospered and Ilst throul)gh lhe I-id w\eather. He sold the oer-,coat jul.t when he began to nteed it. The university is to have a hockey team. Lizette Deschamps declares htmself a candidate though he prefers "shinny." "I'm a bear at that game," he says. TII.\ NiS. .Jt'ST THI SAME. The Ilillints .Jurnal has The Brains and his tra.- ,prominent brother, Tuballk:ani, n ixid up and gives the credit for 'Tuli-'s recent rise in the world tIo ils Nits. But what is said ought I Ito l.-n- F. T. Ferguson when he returns fr inl Illinois, where he Is piltting his f.e.t under the parental rnal:lhonigy c1r three square per, so twe will tIh: Ii the Journal for him. The <.loje ,il r In Billings says: F". T. i'rztitsotn, sport editor of The Mllssoulian. hIs ikacn elected secretary of the MNistuln ehamnber of commerce. Ferguson is t mian of ability, and to make gaud \\ II1 he only natural for hinli. As a slrt writer he had a large fiu,,i \\.ri, and was the author of inlteresting , i-rse and prose. \We 7r, th, .trateful recipients of thei Andrew\s ,.,orting Record. You macy ha\1t nni. for 12 cents by ad dressing Anlr,"n\s & Messier, 34 Sen tin.el lilllilut-l Milwaukee. Which had "ought t c -,u',re things. TO RESET BONE. San I''ranltsi,., Jan. 6.-Judge Wil linait P. I t i\ ir, wrho tried a majority iof thell Sl tl'rlla.isco graft cases, will shortly go ulllnder the surgeon's care to have reset ia. -illar bone he broke a fortn!ght ago wh\\en be slipped and fell from a street i-t,r in Washington, D. C'. An X-ray examination has shown that the first setting was not properly done, Ireats from the occupant of the house year rith the broken expensive window. Bra Look at the small town or country Loui: oy. iHs not to stop or reason why, and is but to chase the far-hit fly. mate Poem! !) The country boy can wal- his c )p the ball all over the 10-acre pas- run Ire. And with never a soul to inter- year ere save, perhaps, an occasional bull nual rilth a morbid attitude of mind. But he city boy is often deterred by a ull too. (Note-"bull" is slang for a olice officer.) And so it looks as it Ch ve city folks must admit that our melt, ural friends have it on us there.. Ball ice t 'layers are in the same class as front ,heat and oats, and (if we 'believe ping he emiddleman) the price of eggs- tosse hey are all. raised in the country. liquli Ge in the game with a jimmypipe Hit the top notch of tobacco delight by jamming your jimmy brimful of Prince Albert. Right there is first-water pipe joy, because P. A. simply can't bite your tongue. The 'broil" is cut out by a patented process. Got everything you or any other pipe enthusiast ever yearned for-flavor, aroma and long-burning qual ities. You can smoke it all day and all night, too! Never a tingle on that tongue I SALBET the national joy smoke As a cigarette, Prince Albert is a revelation. It's easy to roll upbtcy because it's crimp cut It stays put. No matter whether you ever tried to roll a cigarette or not, you can roll P. A. without half trying. . Theidy rdlcti Prince Albert gives you a new idea of how delicious a cigarette can be. It is unlike any e toy red other tobacco,.particularly the "free running"fire-brandsandchaff-brands. If you want a cigarette smoke that's good for what ails. you, get the P. A. makin's and do a little celebrating on your own hook I Bay P. A. eoerywAerL in toppy Sc red & 10. IO tired tins rnid hwandsome 10sone, - pound N.midr. C R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. W• stenwSaleu, TN. C. 1, _. ". )WNER CHARLIE MURPHY OUT- CHAI BIDS BARNEY DREYFUS AND GETS THE CATCHER. IC SALARY PROMISED LIP *wenty-Nine Thousand Dollars for Engli Three Years' Work Said to Be Bait Thi Held Out to Deposed Manager of Bo, Mrs. Britton's Cardinals. anc Chicago, Jan. 6.-That Roger Bres- Ch ahan would wear a Chicago National new :aseball uniform next season was an- said ounced tonight by Charles W. Mur- a Ch hy, president of the club. Murphy lard, eclared Bresnahan would add 15 per tatio: ent to the strength of the team. fight "He is a great acquisition," sa!d Wi durphy. "I won't say what salary local Iresnahan is going to get, but I had anno 0 outbid Dreyfus of Pittsburgh for frien disco He'll Sign. fore St. Louis, Jan. 6.-Roger Bresnahan; Wi eposed manager of the St. Louis Na ional baseball team, announced today opte :e would sign a three-years' contract lard ith the Chicago National league ell eanm. "But the story will have to come are rom the other end," he added, in re- club using to give details of the deal. After a recent conference between Iresnahan and Murphy of the Chi ago club, it was reported Bresnahan ras offered $29,000 for three years' vork; $10,000 as a bonus and $6,334 a ear salary. Bresnahan's claim against the St. ,ouis club was compromised Saturday nd he was paid today a sum esti rated between $11,000 and $20,000 for Th is contract which had four .'ears to sity un and which called for $10,000 a ed w 'ear and 10 per cent of the club's an- crow: uual profits. was the 1 ICE MELTS QUICKLY. by a schoc Chicago, Jan. 6.-Three tons of ice ers i nelted in five minutes today when an and ce automobile truck caught fire in Ande ront of a downtown drugstore. Drip- high ing gasoline was ignited when a man fancy ossed a lighted cigar stab on the thews Iquid. Isabe ~/YAWAWA'A557Ar///ss'AWA'mwhw~///w HE MUST FIRST AMPION M'CA'TY TELLS COW "BOY ASPrRANT HE MUST' FIRST WIN SPURS. INDON CLUB HAS OFFER ;lish Sportsmen Offer Willard 'hree Fights) Supposed to Be With lombardior Wells, Sam Langford nd Sam McVey. `hicago, Jan. 6.-Luther Mcar. , king of the white heavywelei . , d today in effect in a telegramn to C'hicago newspaper, that Jess Wiln d, local fighter, must make a. repu ion before he would be given a ht by the ruler of. the big division. Vtillard refused today the offer of a al syndicate' to manage him. He lounced that he 'yould stand by his end, Charley Cutler, a wrestler, who covered Willard. The fighter said tier fed him for several months be e he secured a fight. Villard tonight received an offer of ee fights in London. His proposed )onents were not named, but Wil d said he- believed Bombardier lls, Sam Langford and 'Sam McVey the men. The National Sporting b made the offer. Willard has not i:ded whether he will accept. IRNVAL ON CAMPUS A DECIDED SUCCESS 'he annual carnival at the univer i rink, held last night, was attend with exceptional success. A happy wd took part in it and the skating s unusually good. The relay race, big event of the evening, was won a university team from four high col skaters. The university speed were Smead, Deschamps, Ronan I Dornoblaser. Whaley, Matthews, derson and Kemp skated for the h school. Carl Anderson won the cy skating prize and Tom Mat ws won the men's race. Miss bel Gilbert won the ladies' prize.