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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1915.
II GEORGE WRIGHT RECALLS TRIUMPHS OF lkRED STOCKINGS Survivor of Famous Gives Accurate I World's Champ" Cincinnati Club fistory of the r I A i IS Ol 100V A IJOl'T this lima :n :v yer isr.: I aseba.l fnn nil ovwr the Hastern and cniri.l Hon of '. Hip country- and Iherii WIS ill BBnsidrrable indy : enthuxleet even ; Weight draw from pigeonhole l.i u. dok :i worn four page p.impli- ii containing th raonrd of th" grant--ft i Iktmpionshln twin r ih country. There had Iran other ehm iion leami hi previous ymr. but hi n in thou day were talking about ihe tttaatBton tied) Blocking! of r ndnnati, H'i. was n HMin ihHi Mud jtiHt mined Whs I Was thl i univalent nf tin World s championahlp by defeating all comers, Ttn- Ktd Blocking played iifty-M yen gnme thai afnn and won aver) one of them, aomethlng lhai baa Waver ien accomplished since b) an) ntna of major or minor league ciMbm, and t.i the !-. u iucccm at thl team Bocrlbcd ihi placing if haatttall on a Arm foundation .i- .i natlunn poct. M my mi n are still Heir who reca'.; with plaia mi memories t h ir ciithu aiuxm over the games of the raaaon uf INC. Tin- Kmi Blocking atartad their Winning stre,ii with Ui nrvl game, ph. id against Ihe Oreal Western team of lnclnnatl on May . Their) et id) mrliiu of Victories hihiii nt-. traded attention throughout the Chat J and us game afttr Kami' was played With th Rada Mill nn the winning nd, . weary on., begin wsndering if .1 were Borbl for them to ba beaten, Th Qnclnnatl team tinishe.1 their work ' on November t by defeating the Mu timi Club nr New York by the ire of 17 in 1 nil the homo ground, Tlie Red arnuaed the admiration of even their opponanta nnd m my an oid Boy talla hla youngster of the stirring onnteati uf thooe days. Nut long ago Tug s : prin - I in editorial concern I tow iii.- late a. ;. Spalding! con act nn wiiii baaeball and it reaulted iu nmnv nf the old time bum writing st tar to Tttg Bcm Rivin their recollec tion of tin champkma nf IIO. They, ggantloned the prominent team, oft IBoaa dayi awd told who the piayei nci i'. but aome of them dlaagraad run-1 Biderebly upon various pointa. For BWtance, there was a difference nf opinion, nf nf memory, on the verj Bwportani point nf whether or not lha Hfi win through th i- Mason of I SCI WUhoul being defaatad, and II wa With .1 view of clearing up the situa tion with reaped in the first world' I Champion ihut Tttg si n arm 11 cor respondent to taa Qaorga Wright nf Boston, cricket, baaeball, hockey, ten it 1 nd golf anthualaati and one of th four surviving mem be re of ilii Kills' ghampionahip tr.un. Mr. Wr grtt is M year old nod BOttnd in wind nud Unit'. II" con 0M a Kolf lull us far away a w Inn ha was trying in Judge baoebglla kiiiirkpd in hi direction forty-five yean ago. Oc oaaionally lie "takca hi eye off," .is they siiy In tlie go flnt; v.i!-:d, and II hm the usual rsiilt. a topped ball. Outdidi- of this tnln r defe t, wh ch is not tli. result ,f poor silit, and a Utile "alowlng up" in footwork, Mr Vi'rUht is in fine phyalcal condition. Oood weather alway aera him on the courae al t 1 - - M'ollaaton Oolf "iui far at least one round a day. nnd 1 freuuent ' enters the "pen toumn meuts nf the Maaoachuoctta cluba. playing a much steadier game than most people "f laai than half hla m;.' do. if the New- England nun who were the llrai i" become IntereatPd this anelan) Bcottlah kuti Mr, Wright In probablt1 the beal player to-day. His Interest in l f has no! vveun I him from his flral love, boaaball, He is to iii found at one of the Boaton buaa bail pinks several time each week during the eeaoon. The big tennis tournamenti always find him among the OpecltttorOi and his two suns. Kials ami Irving Wright, have been among the topnotchvra of ihi game. Prom Mr, Wright many intoreatlng gompaiiaoi 11 between boaaball "f the early day and the praaant time can Ba obtained. He is a mine of in formation mi fportlng aventt of all kind. 'ut when it iraiim to baaeball he is in .1 cltuu by hlnuelf. When Tut: Sin man called on him 11 his Office in Boaton there were a few min utes tn span- lie fore the "reguuvra" train for the Mont, -lair linli etorted and, he conoanted to aettlt aome of i' points in dlapute among Tin: Bt'N'l baaeball correaitondenta .1.- well a in relate how he happened to DM .i Into in only baselml!. .'.'ore a ir 1 rpi.ti'dna the klnan. "1 hir Red Bti lit'. ..f the iinnu lil.-l detail the dolnwa nf ever I U1f nut: Red . Inflg Is the ; it given team in Ihe ? toon nf IMP, With ""Com I piete Form "f Average of the Bewwm t'er!:nd i the Becrelor) of Ihe tfltih," "The grand and unetttialled eurcevn of our World renowned and I'leotn- porable Cincinnati nr 'Red Blocking' baaeball e'nh is fresh in tha memory of th" aportlng fraternity," env the I iBtfadtfctori paragraph nf 'he pamph let. "nn. r triumphal mareh fr..m the Atlantic tn th" Pnetfli during the past otimtner nnd lie- sn n dctdi In their line per for (nod, ontonlahed thouaanda of admirer of the 'national gam1 at th- time." Then tollon lite OfOreg if .ol the 11. 11- j 1 1 . v w m 1 -i il, II W.'. .. I 1 ' I . WWF 7 S WiTV .:fBtKoaCic..' i.1 1 .... "'aK:g r. ...a. . vbi w ot b i mm j. v r v From a photo- ' i ff '' Clears Disputed Point by Averririj That Team Went Through the Season Without a Defeat George Wright on tlie golf links, at Apawamis. graph taken this fall. fct.iii, played thai va in. ommenciug With a lollies! nt fine una'; on M.if I when the liri-ai Weetern team of tin Name city was beaten 4fi tn and oloaing with the defeat of the Mutual Of New York n the home city on Nj- vemher I when the ocora w 1 it to I in favor Of Ihe Ke.is Not g sinule .t hi uin modi Cincinnati that amoooed n total 1 gamea, com by their oppo- lufferad by any ledi m when tm ratal! was Korty-twn of the game wen- of nine inning dura tion. Pour hundred nnd aeventy-four Innlnga were played by the lte.is and Ixty-etght did tiny full to run. The clone) anie was gum won sens,, n. and I he nf .Sli.'i runs pared with 5H llellts. The w.,it defeat of tha llppOtll I ts nf tile the Ruckeya team nf overwhelmed 101 i K. that played on June 10 againet ihe Mutual flub uf New Vork, the eeore being 4 ' 1 .' i favor of the visitor. Youngster ahu are gcauatomed to are 1 to 0 and - ; 1 gaggei may wed Wonder how ,t wn that ihe early base. ball nine were able to acore ao many run. The fact 1- that the pltchen In thooe .'ip were not ihe kiiieil nrtlHta of tho present and depended inn nly on nn underhand ball, which Waa e.i.-v in hit; and then again, the fielder did l.ot gobble up the grounder oo ikllfuily nr trg t. top with their bare henda th wicked linen that lire "apeared" nowadayo, Th pamphlet show thai the mam ban "f ihr team went tn hut 4,045 time ami on only 4fi occgaiona did th'y re. u ii rirei baae on ogllad hall, n-iw known us "tatotti on balli." only 1 ..f tin rn wi re h it on baaoa The Cincinnati "Rerl Stock ings." world's champions J869. Back row, left to r i r ' : t M . Vev, R. P. Gould. 1 B. : Harry Wright, C. P. ; George Wrinht. SS. : Water man. 3 B. Front rov Leonard. L. P.i Allison. Ci Broinard, P.; Sweasey, 2 B. While w.t'i the i'nliilis we made the name irlp lhal llio National of Waah- logton had taken and when We wen. In flnrinnii 1 played iwu gamea with the Kid SI leklllgg or that ell .. in iMiii ihe Red engaged me to go in flnclnnatl, and they alao imported llr.ilnfWih 11 pitcher, and John rial field, Ii n ih ; ler, both nf the Mai nal ii. in of Mew Vork They were eager fcir a championahlp team in ClnMn nntl in ihinw day, nnd II wag this elub that find made contract with It p avers, and its player grew also the Ural in wear ahort trouaera. 1 had : le up my mind thai t be aaocceea- ni ouartaitl player a man should tick in on poitlon, and so 1 played al .'1 i l all tha lima I was Willi Ihe Ited. except In pitch 11 rW InnliiK. ' We 1 . 1110 rust and dUlilM the year im.'i Mid imi insi a name. We played In Ihwuon, defeating the Lowell. Trl- m talna and Harvard on Boston Common, Beacon Park and darvta Held. "Karly in the prlng of 17 1 tha Bos ton Red Blocking learn wga organloed Tin men behind the move sent for me in organise the leam, and ' was tha iirst player to be placed under contract. They asked me i" become capmin and manager, bui 1 de lined for tlie re anon thai 1 did not in-;. eve 1 man could be n ucceaPul " playing manager, and in-. n my suggeotkm the Boaton oiub Hreured nn brother Hairy from the flnclnnatl Red ."tnrklnge by telegmph tu become manoganj "Hi iirst move wa to fold. III., and lgn up A. Ih Rockfotd pitcher; I oeeond lia-.nii'ti. ' .In 11. their left Melder. ..1 ihi Bol 11 team , otirae. We hi day ami tnnk 1 hr irdi I f i rona T Init tin tm No Id liin re rlastte 11 rule govi 1 rlee nf could "hej a 11 ii nf wood Hi t loll. d W .y. la Rock Bpaldlng, 1 l!arn-. and fAred The aiifcesi II known, of 1 a great leam in those the championahlp sov- tteemed lo him 1 played .111 the h "Phe baseball laru-cr. heavier tt lhal HOW ill us' the length, wi Kit. Any Mud 11 od ill I heir eon.-. Of I he sane- diltltteti r a tin nowddayw, bin the favorite an wiiinw. hence the expression, 1 willow.' "Ti e players did 11 t have Rl to proteel ihelr hands, cniixen more akltl was reqttlri 1 .. . 1 hail, hemtroe with 11, ureater ae 1 Ihefa was danger nf never In.lin I miles a hard hit or ihrown imii , . handled perfectly, 11 wiot 1,..: .n I unoffttal iiiiiiK for catcher 1 have 1 hoth ha mis hl.i K tnd Mil Il "in II imparl nf the horsehbie ph( '!, I pitcher' pooliinn w is 1 11 . 1. r a.way from the p:. ie than no fur many years curving a li w . I ootnethlng unknown to him "Th.- gi eateid diffen ce .. , I bagetjgH of the t.i'" and the t r I time lies In tin. fa i Ihnl fm Horn I yeara, when this form of upon wax I first becoming popular hatted 1 I caught on the flral bounce a-ni : .1 , put OUI, Tho - line was t r V , opecl lo the third xtrlki . I caU'her rarely 1 tme mi im Ihe pate, eXcepl when theri I nn n nn bgge. "It wo the old Kl ket I of Now Vork that brought nhoii j diaconttnuance of the out on the in rule. A baaeball convention w.. at -P.. Hroome -tr. el N a January is:,; The Kn 1 did imi 1. mi'.. nn 1.1 the to 'l -e. w 1 1, I pill) III. I Bnalnard did 11101 nt the ni raoord i ma g innin 1 Horn Wright and 11 for Wright. The latter wn the . win: 1 Wll llllK. Us f ir 1 i orge liampion , ned a :'h Boaton uni .1 the fail or i -7s when 1 wn engaged a manuger of the Providence Oray. andl 1 w.i- acting in t Iim t capaclt) when 1 club wmi the National League . itmplouahlp f"r the season nf IsT'.i. Then I decld) d in go sit I si le nt i nlhr I'lllhS I the hall win I convention, pt n mad h. v. Iii th. Ir practice gni 1 nriht .rn the ft. . btll til ifter muidi deb it refits, Inailneaa and hat W IS lire 1 ro ll waa 1 1 ber of 1 .I Inn 1 HI 1 old te. ti the The late A. G. Spalding when he was a member of the Boston "Red Stockings" in 1872. tunes they wen put out on ihe Pases, there were but eight trikOUt rexis leied aaainst the Keda during that wonderful season and OOtleetlVOly tney mode 1S9 home runs They muKht 433 fly and :T6 foul ball. There were b&2 assists made, 47 di'Uhle plays and th" Rrealest luim Per of runs made during on" lr.nlnv Ortt 40 The loam travelled durliiK the season 1I.H77 mlle and the estimated total attendance 'or the 67 games was 2iiii,0ii0. unite a difference from the crowd that paid their way In the 04S jiat aeason. The Kid Blocking :n IMS coll- Histi-d of these player: Harr Wright! centre fielder and change pitcher; vJeorife Wright, ahortatop and change pitcher; AOa Bmlnard, pitcher; Doug las Allison, catcher; Charles l. Qould tlrst hase; Charles BWeaiey, second bttsi.-; Fred Wate'inan, third boae: Cul- vln A. McVey. riKht field: Andrew (1. I.eisiard, left Heid. Beoldea tleorx Wrlht, the urv. vol's of that groat team ur- McVe, now living in Cali fornia; AlliH.in. who make hi home in Washington, and Gould, a resident I of Cincinnati. I hitter oi tin. leant 1S3 time-, mod 19 hoiin gtVn llr-.-t on cdlled ball times, did not strike out on tired 44 time "ii By billli r t ma on fouls and was put out on Ihi bami &Q time. Ho oapturetl . rile and : ' foul fllog and hound, I Hi oill IX opp in nis i ( on the Pases, mildt 17V aoaiat and. ; missed but 4 rta t Mr Wriuht was t district of New fgther. Bamuel W; English rickater, a (P org team, "1 used to see ! play cricket at the eariy 'SO." sal i Mr, Tin; Sfs correap ndei .. "and tn iv"'7 the club went to the Klys 'ti Fl Id In Hoboken, where i ,w n :..- bae bail game. The team playing thera oomprlaad the Knlckerbool Cloth am, tSagI. Bmplrea. Mutual Ao tlvas and si'v.rai othet Naw York eluba. They wei" composed of New V rk hushes men who weni to 1 f--Is. ken two or t',m time a i.. ;i tut exercise and recreation n I quite fre quently, having heard that 1 was in- terestnl In the game, inc.; .tiun were extended in mo t.. play. "I played in every hiIH in, and after vear nr o l became n r irular mom ber-of the Gotham. Firl i waa their Lcatchar. Put one day n foul tip - ruck I me hi the thro.il and It I " nt much that 1 never afterward wo able I to mutter UP eufflcienl courage to j catch, and ., I wen. i i fi Held, ven i tu. i:ly isoiiiK to second bae and tin n to i thortitop, -We used to wear long trouaera I tied lit the bottom Willi skin -traps. IbloUOM, cai and cue - - with ie..n aulke, From ihi Hoth went to Waehlnorton. whcri : ploy mi ni, and played In I k Nationals of that ell V. TI i the flral t" lake it lp w n 1 as far a Bt. LOU! and ItU j oego, ! "Tae following year 1 i New Vork nnd Joined ihe ' Morrloanla, ob n Harlem. ! w. then lha champion retired frmii at no .ii i i iputtnn in rule In tl thinking f the K'nlekr Induce the ut . olid on Vu game lierw .wu! tlie Kxii it'- . r I ki r- r Hi .in. f il Ihe OVI pt rayg remind" me the fatinsis un made by i 'a ui mce National In Boston team al you exactly how Kpeak in-r nf of the dloput a - -! d urlple Mine of Ih ITovhH Is7s i wa ' 1 lio i III I lino .I.I I W ill tell II was made. There were Boaton men on aecond and lliird tMaefl and Hlne e out : centre Held, Tho hatter hit what we i w al a T-xas leaguer and It w;i nlivloii t" tin c lo r on third has,. il , i it w.is going over the shortstop' land, fonoeejuently the eodeh siit 1. 1 d wildly for the two runner p. un home, "Hlne .-une in from centra with a , gre 'i huwd nf spoed, made n remark able acooplng catch 'f the ball just a n wa about to hll the ground and ran all ti " way to thin! baae, Tin man j w in, had been mi third had already croed 1 1 1 - home plate ami the other runner woe half way beyond third bone, I Ho by touching tin- him Hlne com pleted the triple pay. I know all about ! ihi p'. iv because I was the coaeher. nnd you can .iust bet i was dum- founded. "After all there huve not hern many i ! ingei in playing the national gum son . .t w.is ftrat Started. In the early day the players were out foV tiie fun ai. d exercUc There were no league , ... I 1... I 1...H I... .IH.I i nr . .. loni I . ii He. ...in. '.-. so . , , ,, iiiaiii..- m il- .in in.- -..i'i.,' ... had. Mask, glove, mitts, cnest pro tector. Be, ale all modern inventions. The deolgnntion nf ih players ware as noW, The pitcher and catcher stood ill practically the same relative pool tlon to th" batsman a now, "There was an umpire, hut In- had a nis i oft j"1' compared wuh lie men who had em- I bold tiie Indicators now. Instead of with th I 'landing in dangeroua poaition dose In In 10 test the boj 011 the I he - p. ctnti ill play a the time f p in i r ibout r IT t.'.'lll W IS We Wellt lud l pitcher Ii) the . i catcher , in Ih" early .:: an ai'ltlcha: tlllll out nr lay i t to of liehind th" he tnnk life 111 IIKht nf harm's way. ed to II of te mi Won it from the Atlantic "i I'n i iu t klyn. In Rarely did he Incur ihe dlplaur of tin. fan of those days nr of tiie play er. Rlvalr) w .i k. i ii, hut no con stant tnottgnt it worm wnus in make fas ovi t (Oma decision which tn change the hoi k. Is' way ii -Mr. flavin worked hard tn oiler the rnl ho arranged i Kn okrtK'ke! ..f Brooklyn, u team nf Ihooe d I) -. gome, ihua civi:. . up of catching the ball Hoth nine, a well , pronouncHl th- fly l nes nnd il short)cd cunteal greatly, The :t would resull in . mad at the next nnventlon, but protMinenut f tlleil lb iieated ; Were made Xi later your p. p . t . i'.i , Witt it was nut adopted until i meeting held in IW&, nn i .mi. tiiere wus lutti r opMM tloD If a pitcher wu unable In ' ihe plat" in ISflO the Imtsmnfl i uaiIi a base on ball just the anm to-day, imi Un method "t' read flral baae w t unusual because . an unwtitti n aw ti it tin- bluet do his utmost to eminent with I In 1 and ho was tint handicapped i rule in to white he ohOUld P order to hit i;. "Batting wa noi dona a cally n thom daya a- now. TI flee hit w.i unthoughl of i.' . catcher waa not required lo lm u 1 a tnrowiug arm bevaui had discovered the value of Imsi . I. "Hi,- drives Were ton'-. than ai present. "Itas. imii w . played i" N prior to IS&S, I beliet i . Si v i used tn Rise I al Mad. s on S., . thai nine and lher weri Brookl) n and Harlem nu almool oil of them weni et ken for tlmr fun. Tht I New Vork had eucbvsed gn WIUMmobupgi and tie re luseit field at the .ip:;. 1 II In Brookl) n. The us ml ndnii at i heso field wu -cent peculators were n t n . i players merely iMvide the pay the egpenoa ivhtu reg i games w re plaj i j "Baaeball I nn a luxlu r mn than it ha.- ever been I fi 1 1 he attributed to the i nplre a they are given fail h Held the game will i Baaeball ha no llm! nnd 1 see interest iii .t steudi with the year to ome ' flv W V THREE SCANDINAVIANS AMONG THE NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS ll Jl I. II MORITSKX, Till-; rem ni n poi t from fopen hiilieii Dial Ihe Bwodlah llOV ernment hd decided to award the Nobel prize for physic to Thomas A. lidlVOIl and Nikola TSl caused little SltrpriMS in this country. Of ihe in n said to have been honored for ihelr achievement! in literature, Ilomain Holland, the French author, i probably heter known iii til" United BtatOS than the three Scandinavians named along With him cme of the Scandinavian authora. Henrlk 1'ontoppldan. ii i true, lias for year held a foremost position aa it writer and his fame I well etA Iprhed In Scandinavia, in England and on tho continent. Fraderlk Troela- Lund Is the Danish hismriaii As for Vomer von Hldntm. hi idyllic Wories and his tn asterlul portrayal ale often of Sweden and BWOdllh SOll. The man named as the winner of the prize In chemistry, I'rof. Theodor BVOdberx. my be termed an unknown, in so far as the layman is concerned. The s,m of a Punish clergyman, a Juluinder by birth, Hemik I'ontnppl dan left the paternal environment nt the ago of 17 to study engineer ing in Copenhagen, His famous novel, "ducky Par." contains Innumerable remlndcri nf his early year in tho Danish capital. IdSallstlcally Inclined, a myitlo, a stupendous worker, novel following novel in endie.-s proeaoxlnn, ii master of literary lachnlqu fun- (oppidan's writings lo in translation, yet here and thsrs ome of his work nav found thalr way Into other tonguagi Tin Qerman language, par-Irt'-.i lend itself most adequately In g rarenderlng "i the 1'ontoppldan gtl ie. Th" raltglnui element l very pro nouncod In Contoppldun'a produaiou, III.- ' I'niiuised l4ind" I' d William Ii .Mini i- in includ poninppldan among a fan i iilhn nt liumpeni uUtlpir representative nf "Tha IToinlse of toe t.'brlSt Ac In Iteienf Liter il lire. ' an he termed ins work, Aii In hid l.u.'k Peri to in his teal work, "rtoreholt." Pontoppklau cleaves tu the trilogy idea. His imek ulni'is; a. w..ys come In la if. tlon, Conaidcrablo Interval he btwaan the laauea. Man) of his readers nnd fault With being thll- hi id ill suspense, yet th" method evidently i Ponloppldan's own. ni.i it would ho a daring thing to suggest thai h change what ap parently Iii beyond hi own power in make dir. rent from what it bt, it certainly IS a fact that .a the present moment nn other Danish novoliat oc cupies a important a place in the country's literature as does the au thor or "The Promised Land. Phe i Cd Adam," "Young Uovo" and the i many other striking books thai standi jto hi credit. From "Lucky Par" to I "Htoreholt" Henrlk Pontoppldan runs the gamut of emotion; picturing In story upon story humankind as it i. i the phantasmagoria of a living, atruggling. ever hoping race osrvlng oit its destiny as clrciimstan ea audi Inclination make or mar efforts and i amhitlon. , Returning to Henrlk Ponloppldan's I Inclusion in Prof Moahsr's ' The I Promla of iii,. ciirist Age in Recent I Literal uf"" ihe following glvox some I idea of ihe chnraolers in "The I 'ruin- 1 laid Land"; "The reader follows the I peopie ii.' the two llttl.. const villages,; VeJIby and Hklbberup, from the church ot nn- despotic high church man tn thai nl' ihe demm rntlc ynutiK clerical, from the church to the Bool ii-1 in gathering, from the Boctallots t ! ihe popular religious conference of the 'HnllKhtened Friends,' and from ti e latter tn ihe pletlitlo preacher of ' the sgonlea nf hell hi". "Alway in the foreground nr in the i background, or perhaps standing at I one lid, lost ill Inirospertiiili, Is tu he noticed ih" hern nf Ihe tain, Bmuniiol tiansU'd in him Iho tiitihor lias sub limated ii, ircii for iim 'Promised ! Land.' and i" fhaps t"" Hie reader i j to ossuilli Hull rlniutiltel, llio young cbaplulll, WIS Uio np ..in- whu i rally dlHcovered 'I" ij leadiuw to ii Tho way. which In- discovered alter much sneklna i muuli erring, was simply ti,. footprint nf Jtsus, aim had nee Mid; 'My klugdom Is not "f th. Wul id.'" Met rlk I'onloupidun "Htoreholl i pen- a new chapter in this Danish author' productivity. The parspoctlva - rather cliauged from what It wa when the earlier axpcrlenoaa lend themelve lo literary effort. Pontop pldan' fame, bnwevor, reals securely on the eriis of hiiojt thai ESurops soiii" yeara ago pronounced unique in a muss nf Unlqu literalurr. No two aitisi were over more dis similar in their nmhitious tohemss than Henrik 1'ontoppldan and Fred erik Trol-luoVl N'everthal while the blatorleal domain lo boom often means a dry us dust avenue for ex- presilon h has been the good fortune "i Troal-Itind to make hiitory ap- peallng. Like with most Danish writ ers, tlm Infusion of the picturesque (tr ke a dominant note and one need hut to have same pawing acquaint ance with "Dally Life In the North During the Close of the Sixteenth Cen tury." for instance, lo realize why this Work enjoys a popularity scarcely approached by R bel seller in Den mark and Norway. Horn at Copenhagen in H40. Fred erik Tmeis-Luiid comes of a family dialing! lhod In art an 1 letters. The famous naturalist P, w Lund was in unci' Boerett Kierkegaard, the Danish philosopher, exerted a ureal In- Ituencn over the young man, the flret I A il'e of I 'rcderik's father having heen 1 i sisn r of Kierkegaard. The early environment ' was nns almost entirely of men and women fond 'f literature, and often writer of note. Amons I Troeli-Lund'u atudenl contemporaries ; were QeOg Hrnndes. JullUS Lanite and others who have won fame at. home unit abroad. "Socrates' Teaching and l'erson Ultty" tallied Troop -Lund his doctor decree in 1H7I. Alrejidy In ltlt7 lie I, ui published his "Wanderings," but iiittll ids entrance u an ggabtlanl in Ihe national archives there was little to indicate iho parser of the future Scandinavian historian. 1 1 ih five yenrs ..i" oi auiuiig the liivaluable manu- . .. '..(.- o--r V-.-l. " H V ... - i ' ' J', , - f ! if ' 8ts9 LkT jooomBlaaaaa. Ltaam? fTBllBlllSSWBlaT i I'll it I- I . . Died w ili rapher lb lm Ave ) "am i low Uunal art hH ea vast ireiu uri t r nf dm ; and t int in lift somen a i in a ; applical i' ler wu hou- al bpitol IO'- i old lion in ui ,n the n i - ipcued las i 'HtltIR lltlill I .. His tusk Ihe led ol store ; ti the I llclr load il I eeamc Si a llillll. i - iryi in cloiiie ihai w mid up- I. l ine i In- past gi in r i r cut vain iiiinublli la-. I ii his dlocovery in wort tie.il to the hp man h down to the present, thai lb ation "f to-day miahl obtiUn lmprealons of the heroic J- when Bcatulinavla ruled powerful!) among the nations. The noted Clemum historian Diet rich Bohaefer. while adinittlni the origllialitt of Troels -Lund .-, e. ptloll of history, neverthele. s dikes ." oual ui to dilTer wuh Ins Dullish colleiiuiie In the matter of w hat t ',. latter pictureoqu presentullon ol fm h much attention Is iuld i" col drama) ie i v ents, think Prof. Hi Troels-Lund, however, ha u e. to defend his theory and HU'lhn in prove to the satisfaction "1 historian at hast th.ii win is strict ndheri nt u to i In tali el HIS Too ir, to H'fer. quick I and other i in re llabed fact, color and i Hell V the value of tlie historic It i to he queationi modern historian ever only enhance. product. .1 whether a elite d wu h Henrik Pontoppidan. script of the pJUJt, hi keen enjoyment In dlsroverlnK unknown fact regard nui life iu the north om cvatuiia Prof.TroeIs-Lund. ago. luld ihe foundation for ihat in; mens raaearah wort, which mi volume upon volume if his exhaustive stud) of tho nation's history. .Made a prol'csuor of blttlOfy. In llllf more coiiscientioxis goal Intn hi labor than ha been the une with Triwla Lund and hi researches Into the pe riod ooncornlng Ihe sixteenth century diocoverleo. c'hrlsilan l 's Hron- nllty stands out like a i ceo in black and white, nud around this energetic monarch we roe arrayed u Kioup of men whue ambition uml udveuturo tn domeHtic and forelitn p enme down to tin i iresi in devious route nf mil) many people. Ai in- lm . Is ii series nf vents, li years and centuries p illltlea have IhruUKll the laud- ami necessarily ikillg eats to ccnliirlea, q Troela Uuud' ooiicopilnna and writ- ten rci ol d ciiiisi ii nl o i h ilane, ,1 1 litn when viewed fruin ii"- htnuilpojiit of the Hi unfllu ivlun llorl ii From IkT l to I v.ln Ho In tm mi w ., ' a leueher of blsloi'l a' Hi Hchool for ufrluera in Copenhagen' Hero ho hud t lie exec .t opportunity for olendlng I Hist acbtevement of oilier wuh the I'l'ilUiretlll III . f Ihe present, pil l i II - Inrl) a i concerned the educating of ihu Danish ultlccr in the naoeniial of icir own military biatory, in du Tc lH-Liind publlMhed a pumplilrt nhlch nttracti d couaklcrable atieuiion. i rdktted i" ihe "Dcfi nee ot 'ope; - lumen" and came out at a time when Iho quest I n of xtrengtlienli - th.. capi tal w.i being agitated in many quar ter. Tho uidy aristocrat among Scaiidi luivia' quartet of IV1& Nobel prise winners. K.ul (Justav Verner yon Iteldenstam Is vet a Swedish Com moner from Un- ground up. Born nn .inly n. guy, .ii Ulahummcr, deaplte b'.s uristncratlc tendencies ami antecedent tew Kur pean writers have dime mora fm- tfhe common people in literature ih. in Verier vol! Heklenstam. Hi has praised ihe lowl in pro and poetry, Knowing hbl native Sweden from much travel through the out of tiie way regl n, aseoclatlng with those wlio inspired him P' write, wield llili a style at once pl.i uresiple a lid correct, in him the Swedish people and Hi Kwedieh tongue find a champion wiiuse recent honors fppurently have come t him a a just due, Pew other Scandinavian authora ..in boasi greater varaatllity than Verner von Heldenstain. His range sweep Ihe COtltlnntS The I l ii nt at i ms in him an open k. me nf his greataal work i "Damasku." start lug out in iui me a painter, even Hlildylng under Cermiie iu Parle, V on Heldcnillltn was imi ImtL' In disco, r- Iim that hi true forte wga with the pen rather than with th" hrush It wn" quite natural therefore, that one nf ins earliest writ lug sliuuld he "The iiappv artists " Verney von lloklenstuin is anion;; iii. ise s. ,i i iilti 1. 1 in ii Htllhors who con sistently register a protest utiuiusi Illlr.i-reuluin In llleraliire and hi UlltoiiNcluilsl) Ptuplot a mil iliselniilal' slyle, 'I'll,, naturalistic scl : never did appeal lq I ,iu e. epi a V i , portray enme homely episode, ionic 1 1 ufvwneg ucrliaps lo a blstoriu I'.cut. Like Troela-Tnmd, i ellstuln h is' delv ei ieep i '.i' I Nil lm iii through his splendid . ...... . ruler', life a al ptu p i pyeti) of I e pres . ; ,l. ni : i w I i. 1114-1 laengi 1 .V -' I'epitas WeiVlillK" 1" 1 Verm r von IP Ideusl 1111 Hut nu doubt Un.- v of the most pretentious w : Bwodlah e filer Hen peustrati de. p l with 1; "Prombio," ' Had' " ami Here are color and bfi u d tendencies withou ri Idg 1 he complete upper 1 nd "llnly Bergitte'i lllgi lit diaputa wuii oihi r work 1 von Heldenstain ' In ri ht to Aral atnoi hi mai y pi ha.seil nn III tOI .. il l ' .1 I able woman of Ha i den was personality that few uuni r. the like of. She ski o lied l brush of a masier. mid ' in 1 doubted whether this 1 1 1 1 ' ; was HOI iii put t 1 Sn 1. Nobel priae awurd 1 f Verner von Heideliatiiiu , so much am ni 1. 1, 1 1 . Uriel manners, this on,, lo tn I the Mist p. ace he has ti n. , through the in ar UHll : having paid particular ui j Tut key as w , ; , as RusmIii , an ancestor of ti., ui I Johann Baltha ir von il I was a diplomat:- w I ise . 1 Turkey wen. epo, hnl. . Like Helms I a: : precedes in 1 he K.'lUl! l! t iii s w i i i woman u I Verner von llekb'ustum 1 1 ogy about i tin homely 1 ., I In nun ot' inn nttixtclpii ci "I I iirnq," ih lusp i I I he cant I w 1 1 u... 0. n 1 1 ... 1 1 w I I loll ll ill fl IL o , I I t'Ool .... 1 uu .