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White Flag Fluttering as Baseball Men Gather for Annual Meeting Advocates Boxing for Guardsmen
ORGANIZED BASEBALL AND ?m AND MULLEN
FEDERALS NEARER PEACE STARS ON LONG TOUR
"i KAUFF STILL IS BEST BOXING BOUTS IN ARMORY
KEEPING ABREAST OF
IN FEDERAL LEAGUE TO HELP PREP A REDNESS
THE SPORTING TREND
THE SUN, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1915.
Movement Fairly Launched With Every Prospect of;
Success, Says One High in Councils of Both
American and National Leagues.
Both Yfinkop YoiinjrKterH
Plnyed Oroaf Game, Sav
Fivers and Magee.
Nenrs Kurd's ark of peee flipped Mr pmvfrt otomon in both ma National
nrlnn i fortnklM mo sunn, if the I"'"1 Jntnitionl ihkum In the manor
, . , , , , f ;"ul """ poluy dim escaped the
ull rex' Balufdajr ha eootd easily hv I trtnrht, lie aim what he is taikm
fllled till ship Hli the most docile flock 1 snout.
idtlHM to he fount! within ORCla -JT2SJ?.-"2?!l!-. !!?"?' Unf.0' t"n"',h,
" , "ot quite .mm reliable. It wan learned of
n ) domtm. All he would has-e nail a reported oMlfMWM yesterday btlweoti
e do fNWM MVa been to select some representatives nf the National League,
naietiall 9ef1b of wide acquaintance to al"' "'" Federal l.eaue. The meetlnic i
.i w -k ii -.... r .ii l,a, e wns not disclosed Hut the etorv
,, 001 the baseball MMM of all K HUhHllnlll(. , ,, nnrtl,.tlta.rH
Wiimi' "" "'"I cl"e collected at All of the , lull OWMH of the National j
tfj Wal !"-'. M Vlpln and Hllttnnrs ho- 'wue llsnjpu.ireil mysteriously from
me nmorr-ssior:a tor several nuvrs j
yesterday afternoon. At the annio time!
none of the lemon of Federal league
backers could he dieeotrorad, The story
Sues that there wss a Joint conference. I
Such peace parley may explain away
the aotncuhnt passive attitude of the
IntarnntlonaJ baflujuo. There are not
enough major leaicue franchises on the
block to take cire of all the, Federal i
i.h. ' Monti hverybody seemed h.irkers who would have to be provide !1
raid of offend. ng somebody and nobody i for In eaaa the iie.ice propaganda should I
sould atitlOlai anythuiK The Interna- cany Than seem absolutely no
onal lyeagne. which had the honor or . chance of any American league bold-!
Manratlnfl the great annual powwow inas passing into the hatnte nf jhf revo u-
tionary faction, evcti though ooth the
t'leveland and M l.oula cluba a'e knos.ii
to he on the market. "Hie Cardinals at
a price, might satisfy St'.fel ami Ball I
of Cincinnati, Waaghtnan and Hineiairl
have an avenue of escape In a possible
purchase of the Cubs. That would leave
'he Ward Interests and Kd 'Jwinner of
I'lttshurg to he provided with aome aorl
of solace. It la Mid that i; winner would
he satisfied with an International League
franchise In Pittsburg ; that ileorgw S
Ward would bo content to put one of
Harrow's homeleaa teams tn Washington
There Ilea the ruh, however Barney
Orey f i iss of I'lttshurg and C, It. Ebliete
Of Brooklyn sre, the stoutest cliampiona
In the National League ranks for war
to the death Like Kd It, row they
have lieen dead set against tlie least
suggestion of compromise. Clrcum
stances often niter cassB, None of the
three la as bel'lgereiit as he was a month
ago. All may be pacifists within
ig power. It la not beyond the realm of . twenty-four hours under ertaln pres
. n thai the higher poweri have can- i sure. Tic Federal league uppears this
:sned the big minor to move slowl, to momlns no lees anxious for peace and
lark time, as it were, while some atep readjustment than Jhe great majority of
of greater moment la taken toward a Nation. tl Iaue operators.
-nlulion of baseball's toughest problem i whether or not the lntern.it tonal
The feeling grows daily, at least , league w.ui stalling estenlay, the fact
'mong th"se on the outside, that the ; remains 'hat the date of the reassem
isehall war Is far nearer a satisfactory I btlnaj of Its adjourned meeting will leave
nhition tlian at any time since OllmOlt I plenty of t'me to thresh out with other
lunched his flrrt attack upon the so- members Of the org.imied family some
ailed trust deflirte BOllcy of peace or war. In the
One high In the councils of botli the meantime steps will he taken to placate
N'xtlenil and American leaguea Ittti- the resentment of cer'ain other minor
league Interests against l.d Barrows
propose.) territorial encroachment.
At Its annual meeting the National Aa
"Organlied baseball and the Federal 1 soclatlon. the governing body of the
;,4gu." said hp. "are like two big minor leagues, appointed a committee j
Hews standing out In the street und I for territorial readjustment Tills com-,
orllng threats at each other. Ono tells inlttee. COmPOaaJ of Kd Harrow. J. H.
xt other liow strong he Is and how Farrell and Tim Murnane, will meet to-
ruk the other fellow Is. But In the day to seine the matter or tne indemnity
,' There wouldn t n o neen room
Ken fttf anj squirrels or squirrel food
ever In the history of the oldest
flidlator of the corridors from the boy
isod d - of Tim Murnane was theie
aeh S'uletlde attuostihere as perme
td the magnate Infested corridors and
njlganon fountains or tneae teniporsrv
.t the afeAMfl yesterday nftern'Kin. fur
Ithsd l'resldent l.d Harrow with less
han a stick of ropy for his stenographer
This Cisss AA minor met, adopted IMM
raw routine reports and adjourned until
Hr.uary i '.
Pouhtless there was more meat to ths
sjMsing than the poor husks handed out
s the irrlbrs Hut a wise guesser might
rist be amiss in speculating that the
-nyrterlous air of good will toward all
in had mors than a little to do with
tts lark of aotlon on the part of Bar
m i collsaguts. They decided that the
franchlne trsnsferred from Newsrk to
KaiTlshurg. Pa . last summer would have
0 lll a new home. They thought that
'.Torcnter or Springfield, Mass . or llart
'ord. ronn.. would prove a cram abiding
riles for ths floating franchtaa. More of
Behind the deliberations and the quib
bling of this International league mtgat
dtitlnguished some greater restrain
If the opIMont of such famous play
er as Johnny Evera and Sherwood
Msgro count for slight Manager Bill
Ponovan of the Vankeea will not havw
to worry about the first base side of
his Infield tifxt year Both these afar
players seem spellbound with the fine
form of Walter IMpp and Charlie Mul
len as shown at first and second bases,
respectively, for the American League
representative in the recent tour to the
coss: of Frank Bancroft's all stars.
"I'lpp played the greatest first base
game 1 ever saw," d'lared Kvers to
I'apt Huston yesterday. "Hal Chase
at his very best never fielded better
And how he hit ! lie must have swatted
above .90D on the Journey He knocked
out t'ti homers or more and busted the
ball over fences that never before had
"Tint trip was the making of Mul
len, the Trojan declared. "Il came
wttli a riSH1! Me kept Ills yrs ope-i and
(Udn'l let thing escape him You
could lull fee him come along day by
da. My. 1 guell he wasn't some sweet
bird before got through Mullen Is
a dandy lielder. baa a Rival pair of
hande an t nan go well to either side
He should he, a sensation nest year
He hit almost as well as Fpp, who. for
a lefthander, was terror, because he
hit southpaws hh w-II ss righthanders
"Say, Cap, Magee piped in.
hadn't been for tho
Hr WILLI .I'M n. IfAffBAi
Intersections! football games sre being
booked In Increasing number each year.
There was a time when such gridiron
tests weren't arranged end partisan of
rsch section declared loudly that their
elevens could pulverise thole of the
other. In this era when f lie two are
meeting neither side does much blow
ing, and each has learned respect for Ihs
other It appears, however, thst ut sn
Impromptu gathering of coschas and
others In New York on the eve of the
Army-Navy came the opinion prevailed,
according to report, thst Western foot
ball was superior. If those who held
that view did predominate then perhaps
they meant superior In everything but
The Phillies played a pennant winner
at the and of last season and play
another at the beginning of next They
are lulled for three dnya In Washington
In the spring, the time of the year when
llrlfTs team always wins the pennsnt.
Oreat producers :
Courtney. Ty Cobb,
the dlctlonsry snd
considered "little short of phenomenal."
Don't doubt that st all. but purely In,
ths spirit of one seeking Information ,
should like to know how rsDld a rise
would have eliminated the "little short.'
Sye Slnolalr of the Fada: "Baker
wants too much money right now, and he
Isn't going to get It." Few of us do. no
matter bow much we get
Tip Tops TTavfl Lfadinv. Ilittor
and Also Hoad List in
Team Haiti n ir.
LEK MAGEE is SECOND
Lieut-Col. Lucas Explains Why Twenty-second Will
Hold Ring Battles In Hig Drill Hall
on Washington Heights.
"Any athlete from Harvard. Tale or
Princeton In the future. It Is said, who l
wienes to pisy oaeeoaii in tne
Bhaar force of
can do sn under regulatlona flsad by ! alwavs the onswer to
the college authorities.'
If this does come to be the
one of the regulations ought to forbid
pulling sway from ths plate, ana sn
other stealing second with nai
diamond ! pointed out fnrdbly tn the
The re Mam why the Tweiity-secnnd
i corps of Kngfeers 's going 10 enter lie
I boxing gsme and what it hopes
do were explained In detail esterd,i
) at a meting of the .state Athlatlc Com
! mlslon. Lisut--CoI. K V Van C
Messrs. Folwell snd Hollentoack. Penn
slumn!. have agreed thai If one of the
two Is nsmsd head football coach the
other will act as his aoalstant. without
pay If necessary That would be an Ideal
arrangement for whichever were head
official averaues of the Federal League Lucas, who commands the Twrnty-eeo
Just msde public by President James A-I 0nd and also Is chief engineer on Qgfl
Ollmore The Washington. Park 'l1p,TRn ,taJT. appeared before the box
i"iw not i o i imq no Misnieivii
Hogg, elected Princeton football cap
tain for next year, was the best player
on the team tbla season With a line
next fall containing bun, McLean. Den- Hub fans
neri. Nonrse and Yntea the Tlgera will
haVI a great arras or forwards provided
thev can find a pnlr of ends who are
better than ascend claas. Incidentally,
Princeton. Hazard. Vale anil Penn all
have elected linemen captains for 116
smith of the circuit In Benny Kauff. hut
also the best "ticking aggregation in Its
company, and yet finished reventh In a
field of eight.
Kauff. former tunawiy coll of the
Tankers and a near Glnnt n tew
minutes one midsummer day of llilu.
easily beat out Ills teammate. Iec Magee.
for the hutting honors of tho outlaw
circuit Ho also led last year. Kauff
One of the Istest winter dreams or i ahownd ."44 for the season, against
realities, so ths case may be. has Kvere I Magee's ;tao Itenny ulso sot the has.
going to Cincinnati and Hsrsog to Boo- I running re ord with ',4 pilfers. In spltn
lng commissioners end made t tie state
ment oti behalf of bla command Col.
Lucas said, among OthOf things, that
he regarded boxing as one of the iln"
steps In national prepsrednea. His com
ment on tint phase of the matter fol
lows "Boxing .i one of the first steps Ul'
ward Individual preparedness and de
velops courage, ee'f-s-ellance, moralitv
to'.k part In onlv
sole 37 bases In
ton. The assertion Is msds that such a of the fact that he
swap would stir up much opposition In1 i; itnn-.u atggaa
Boston, ss Kven U a favorite wjtn tne contests
The opposition of fsns cuts Brooklyn outhli Pitta burg, Ita jieares
an tnnneisursble figure when a manager ' competitor. point. I'll 10 itll collec
thlnks he can strengthen li'.s team b ItlvOty, St I.OUll was 1 point behind
n deal and lasts fully t w entv-fotir hours1 Pittsburg
ths deal proves successful.
'Alertness.'' save a writer with the
air of one making a discovery, "la the
keynote of good lawn tennis. " There la
no aport In which It Isn't valuable eg-
ept those requiring somnolence, and
s- two kids of yours ,w "n't ,n,n" pf of ucn requlro-
the American League Club would have
been a Joke They won nearly all the
games. I'lpp Is well named. I heartily
Indoiee eerythlng Johnny has said
Kelts and natraet Question.
Jack llendri ks. manage- of the ln
.liaiiai.olis American Aasc iatlon club
ajwl candidate for the vacancy In Pitta-I federal league next yeai
bum caused by Freo uiargea iesign,a-
Trie rise of William
Kanaas City, Kan . Is called the Isrgeat
cltv In the country without a banrhall
club, but before believing that It would
be well to get the opinion of Messrs
Mcijraw and Donovan.
In Atlanta laat week Luis Vasijues.
Spanish billiard expert, exhibited, nad
the description says "hie mass shots had
I the crowd gaaplng." He must have used
the football needa of Tale and Penn that i a rno,'e
whomever thoe two Inetltutlons do I
rhnoae for coach ought to have a cinch olf abroad has been stricken by
building a winner. 1 be war. It Is flourishing on this slds.
nut there sre ways in wnicn me unnsu
and phvslcal nonditlon In the Individual
i unit, all Of which qualities are aaaentlsl
' In tho tnaklng of a good soliller. BhOUld
these units ever he called Into a hodv
for national defence, wiiot better pre
liminary training could thev ha e tad
mat the Twentyeecond at leas
iiuilt? an atlempt to hold sjni
points ' r. Its spacious si-mory on W.i
t'lirton rtatghta whs indicated by the fol
'.owing part of the sr.itemen mads 1'
i COl. Lucas .
"We mav also enns'der some of th
Brooklvn plsvers. besides Kauff snd Ma- I outstanding matche, between stellar prp
... aVhV hi, i:r. e.e h.it.- r. fesalonals providing thst they will nego
Claude Cooper. .21 . Hap Myers, Ml
d Chlrsgo the pennat
winner, was 1 point behind the Mound
City club. The Brooklyn team led the
field also In stolen bases, registering
!47 ; Pittsburg was second, with II.I.
No other club got its miiny ss 200. I
Because of ihe pool state oi lignee
health the roiniiilseion deemed It lou
pe hen ;o per nut him to act in sn official
rapacity. However. It granted special
permission for Livigne to lis Introduced
I front the I ing.
The application of the McMalion
brothers for s license for the Bmplis
I A. 0 w as laid over unt'l ths next weekly
Willie rtltchte, who Is to box ten
rounds With Ted Kld Lewis st Madison
"UUI lardtn the night of Peeemhei
it, on.' both the welterweight and the
lightweight lilies. lie declared that if
he defeats Lews, ss he believes tie will.
!he Will claim the welter championship
and I -m ine n dictatorial attitude toward
all othei welters Al the same tune hs
il as v s'one nf getting lack at Freddie
Welsh, who stripped him of his llght-
i weight i row in
' "I will do 'he weight for Freddie
Welsh In i long fight." said Rltohla yes
Iterdsy. "Any time s promoter shows
me g suitable purse I will post S.ftnft ss
a forfeit for the legitimate weight."
The lotinn; Kilhane-fHtrhls Mitchell
IK'!'' w''!.-h w.is to have been held Ir
ul( iCltw lnnsfl to-iiiglit. lias been pos-poned
no 1.1 a inunry i riecati-e rvnnane is ill
COLUMBIA FIVE IMPROVES.
There setms to be some doubt vet es
to whether New Tork will Invade ihe
very strongly yesterday noon that
I Place movement had been fairly
Miaebed with every prospect of succeae.
tion. explains the apparent inainsrencs
of rederal I-iigue players to the abro
gation of o-c,illol ironclad contracts
"The boyi haven't a chance to go to
court with their gMcvan.ea because of
the exceptional peiise." said Hen
dricks. "Here la the way the Federal
League has them handcuffed i
"A plaer sue,l Hie Pittsburg Federal
LeaR ic club, (if course be brought ac-
i nn in Pennsylvania. The Pittsburg
m Johnston tn
flrs? ranking in tennis when he was tin,
fomid In the first ten four years sgo Is
states Is feeling the horrors of war.
Those Americans who otherwise would
have had to stay In Firope because
uf superior comforts, culture, amusements,
iefln nients. freedom from boredom and
so on ad Infln.tum there have had to
I come back.
ftimo.i, P .T. Donovan. Buffalo; c. T.
; Chapln. Rochester; J. J. Lann.n. Paul
l.imni'i and eiteve Flanlgan. Provlddnoai
I Alvln W. Smith, Ii W, Wilson and J.
I'unn. Richmond, and Y. W 'H'ks.
, Jersev city.
OffldSla In court tried to reruniiate tne .
claim. They showed that their operat-, Harnev I irevfues says he will g,. slowly
lng concern "' the BgpoSltlOn Amuse-, ,n fh ,nter f appointing a successor
ment Company. Incorpoiwted in ' t rred nark. Fred Is expected at this
State of New J.rscy Yet the contract , mrrtlrit- though there Is Utile likelihood
bore the title head 'Pittsburg team of i of nl, reconalderlng his resignation
the Federal League of Professional Base- , iireyfuss says thst lis slways handled
ball Clubs, incorporation laws, rowever. j ,n. office affairs during the winter and
WILL TRADE MAISEL
FOR EDDIE COLLINS
Following are the batting averagee
of former major league players who hit
.230 or b"ttev in ths Federal League last
Pleher. : Ihm. .121. Mordeoai
Prown, ,lf Campbeb. .$14, Ileal. .114.
Bd Konel, Sin, Arthur Wilson, .109.
Ward Miller. .3o;. St ova Rvwas, ..;ot.
Lssll. Mann. Itfi Hunt Wa,sh. .-'ST,
LaltMi, IV4J Hla Borton, itHi
Yerkei. ,N, TltiusJI Ford. lit! Hal
chase, rw. Mowrev. ti tTraneVstl.
.tit, Bess Oakesi ,itl Kill Beriden, .ITli
Jos Tiiik-i Hkrrr laird, .TJ. c
Barger. ilivsi liar'l-y. Kosie
Boat h. :. 1i i inn. :.. Tei Kasterl).
'47. Clyde Inn . -in. Jacs Quum. .2.
Or oyer Land, fail Kddie Pkwik. .!; Bin
MeKectinli ."'.;. crank Laporia HI; oito
Knatc ..'-i, aud J 4 'ii Deiahanty, ,ttt
REVISE SV'IMMINU RULES.
tiate wdth us on a percentage basis, w
do not Intend to offer any guarantees to
professlonwl boxers and taks all the
risks Incident to weather and orher un
With cist. Betysjp oat of Usesy
I. astir Beats On ha.
Th. Columbia varsltv hsslisrhaU team
even with ''apt nwyer out of the llnoup.
showed remarkable impr'ivement In prac
tlce yesterday Coach Fisher rare hie
'ol Lucas also said that at present a ! v " "" sc.j immaKs period or
n of the Twenty- I ""' 11 1 '""ir wun the rreslima
Tie longer they stand still the worse off I ! moves to one. two or all of the three
fiy become towns mentioned Hartford. Worcester
-This senseless war could have been ' Springfleld The International
ned sattsfa-torlrv for every one. In-1 League empowered ti,-mw to make
Mint the public. 'months ago if either ' switches he deemed best
4ehad shown the lean, bit of Intell,. for the good of all Harr.sourg. which
I V,.- II,... 1. ...11 l. I.HUJ tWilS nOt ll'l I fese 1 1 1 1 . ha. fiirf.ttl-l ItS
fore the end of the week. It can be
-ettled in a way that will leave no doubt
M to the Federal league folly In at
prevented action In the home town. Now
the Pederal League Itself Is Incoriorated
under the laws of Indl.uia. The various
clubs In Die league are incorporated In
other States. Court action by the play
ers Is an expensive means of retaliation
The complication makes It difficult even
for major league operators to protect
their property through Injunction proceedings.'
that he will have no oecsslon Tor a
Ttianager until the spring tralnlr.s; time
Col. Itiippcrt I.ikrs Idea of
lipid, but Nothing F Hoard
I Capt T. L Huston will leave for Chl
: cago this afternoon to attend ths annual
meeting of the American League to
I morrow Against his return he has
, turned the keys of thp Chsmher of Hor-
nors Into the keeping bf Harry BpalTOW,
franchise. Richmond and
it is said, ill as surely be
if better .-neninge present
.1. s-i... . 1...1 . .. I.r..l.,rl
mpt!ris to undermine those prim-iplwi ; . ; t niv t,roMim ft hoo.' j
rom th pottiDiiitiM or a i
MASKED MARVEL WINS AGAIN
less! disposition on the pan of his play-
era to lift a managerial scalp. i Sjaterlous Wrestler I b rots Ills
"Vim can luet go bet a ni.llion
"II which drganneri baseball built so
mindly It can bs settled without forc
ing on 'he public a third major league,
tor which there Is no demand. It can
M settled In a way that will bring Into
he prii. nation men of wealth, reputu
movement officially acknowledged the
aimnal meeting of the vat onal League,
called fnv tins afternoon at the Waldorf-
As'ona. promises utile of a sensational
haracter. Tenera henchmen were qu ita
t:on snd sportsmanship who would be I mit ,,flrt th(, m,sunllv . lose ran.
I credit 10 euner tne auonai or Amer--in
leigues Now why shouldn't this
nseles tleht he discontinued before the
t-eoples great summer game is further
Ths gentleman who gave the shove
r.terview wished his Identity withheld
Hi wju not speaking at random.
hroutti lids present struggle he has j squire's vote
of IHE, Ttiis they attribute to the
tWOntJMMie roster limit of plavers snd
the curtailment of the spring tra'nlng
seasons, amendments thst will he ob
served Ir. lla snd wh'ch the American
league will follow In all probability. If
seems a foregone conclusion that F.hbete's
plsn for a late opening will get only the
Of standard limousine height
the body has ample headroom;
the doors open readily and
swing wide, affording easy
entrance and exit.
These and many other details complete
the comfort and enjoyment of this
weatherproof Winter car. which in the
Spring is quickly changed back to the
open touring car or roadster.
Th gasoline consumption is unusually low.
The price of th Winter Touring Car or Roadster
complete, Including regular mohair top, 1
J950 (f. o. b. Detroit).
lare t,, a plugged nickel that l will
manage the Rsda next season." said
Buck In bin most assertive fashion yes
"I have a letter from llelns Clroh
denying that he ever criticised. Most
all the rest of my plaeis have sent
their aaaurancas of loyalty Where the
absurd etor originated 1 cannot guana
t p to thli lime i considered it too ab
surd to merit denial."
The story, takail seriouslv by most of
the Nsihm.il Uaagua magnatee, centred
a Ertat deal of attention on the young
manager of the Reds, Almost every
rival made some suit of offer for !lenog.
Boston, Brooklyn and Pittsburg were
irrnnstlns: I s-i (iamee.
i 'ha lies 11 BUettS has arranged with
.loeeph .1 Uannin a tentative schedule of
three games bets sen tne world'e cham
pion Bed Sox and the Dodgers for
l'.bbeis Field April , 7 and 8 next This
is contingent mum an early opening of
the season. Wherefore It would appear
that Charles has resigned himself to a
lelaiff at the hands of hie contemporaries
In the mutter of the late start
l.e I iiln.se In short Hnnt.
Six bouts, three of each stle. were
on the programme ut the wrestling
tournament In the Manhattan i ipera
Mouse last night, and what is even more
Interesting the .Mysterious Masked Mar
vel continued hie victorious career Mis
opponent w-as the Itsa jKiund hYen. hmaii.
Plsrra ta POlOSSS, but the unknown
tirm-e.1 to lie R s-esl weiglit ihmwer.
f'ir ha tossed the rronch giant er his
head and soil t :ie matoh Just : minutes
and 4 Sf-otldl after It beg..'
There were two drawn matchse, A berg
and SSbysako wmattlng in- nn minutes
Without a dei-isloi and I.ur'.ch and Cut
ler also glng the llni'.L BohUUng threw
Thaz In Ii minutes L'O seconds', Hovonpaa
disposed of Sanderson in 9 minutes 14
seconds, and Mrangler Is-W's pinned
Krnst to tho mat In 5 minutes til
The Mashed starve has a hard task
ahead, for to-ulght he meets uri hi to
morrow night he will tackle Zhysiko.
and on Thursdsy his opponent will be
OMiraoo, Hl.i Dae II -Prospectlva
liasehsll trading was brisk in Clilolgo
to-day wun the appearance Of an ad
Vanog guard of Amerl ian league mag-
nates wtwi have come to attend the
annual meeting Wednesday Quessing
from Ihe alk it looks as though the
White Sox it" unite likely to hive n
I nei third hasen.an before the seas' n
Home light w as shed on the prospects ,
' "f a ileal between the Chicago and Saw
York iliihs Whl a would bring I-'rm
; Maisel to the W hite Sox Col. Ruppert
I arrived during the slay, He ..cne alone
and so far as could I learned he had
no conference! with Charles Comlekoy,
owns;- of the Hox.
c,ii. Uuppert, however, anawarod a
few iposttlons to-night. ' Have you pro
cured Frank Ila-kei . ' was the fl"st iies
j Hon. "No. I have not got Baker yet."
, was the ajiwwer, "but I will admit That
I am negotiating with Mm and have
holies of gottmg him "
"WmiUI vou trade Maisel to the White
slrvv , . , , v ' , I yr -Oll lire v l ' rvk 1 i'l fA'-
ting liaker?" was the next uuer. 'Mure
I will trade Maisel. wss the reply. "I i
will give, him to The S..X f..r Ksldle fVl
llns." "Would you Cvrnslder anv nther deal .'"
was the next "Well. I don't know, but
Mr. Comaakay is a very liberal man,'
was hil answer.
PARSON A5S ABBE WIN
Intfrrollrgimr 4 nmmltfrr fff.rl
t (O I mr J, 11 ilf.
Th FrH'lua. idVlfOry cwnifinttfA of
th intofaoUsfeytftti iMvknnilni ia"u nn-
rtilcj of t,v.:i,:iiingr nn r polo Th
div known -t (lying dutohnM-n one
and a half, han itftvi vtiidlMn oflt t h
ocmpulsfro' list. Th- comm.tt Vw'tixi
rwt to put up Inrie for Ihe . minora
This wm lunwtsid ut aptinv whn
Hat o!liti' oi Oolltfrtbia wan f'ul-l iy
8hrytKk f nMTlWMllsli ho aiii Voll-
nipr waa in hifi court.
Several ohsUicit wtfo mndfl in Um wnlBi
polo "-ul.-. HorMftAr no onpononl cm
hold ti'f riwiii wirh IAA hn'. undr the
wairr Tnoi ( thM ten 8e 'nd. ArwH nt
imjio tan ml out ttuii dloojonUflai ii
player who roaortJi to irt".,.'i!T'aT or o i;r,K
ajny part of hli body or uniform Pro
vi-uM t thii 1000011 plnyon would mavkn
thontoolvaji mora rTei t r on 1 rfonco i
khoy wart oiled, aa taoklint or holding th
th man With tht boll wa ftmont im htl
pootlnit o mi ho nad on tuch a procoonti
! !nrjr r umber of th mrn of Um Twenty
tOOOnd ara Hoxlna; In the armory icym
naahim every nlfjbt and the promotion of
' interronipHnv, I nttlTOf irntntilj ;tiid inter- i
army pool h(nnir RMtchtt win be part ',
' of the work that Will be undOTtnkon.
The Twtnty otoood' ospoeti to run Hit
ixixInK fnntfhej li ; he nrmorv Itttlf irl
the tnoomt fmm th boutl will bt tltod
. to purchoot noctottry oqulprotnt for tha .
Frond Moron f 11 j:m Coffaj wtrol
I motchod lnt nlOhl for a return bout .t I
Modioon Sojtttro 'iirdei. tht nighl of
faTanuory T. 'ic Dorgon, manofftr of the
1 1 mi. ..in riant a oonQuoror, and Willi m
iQIbaon. cotYty! gtitrdloni nnolly rama
to temi"' laat niarrtt upon Doraona rtturi
from Borotoffta Roth the nnht.-ra and :
Ma ! ."hTnuker Johnoon conotdod trtoln j
, i: "iirniflonnt tfMnf that have prtvontod
ijoiioTi for more than a weak. Dttalt
I nf ternia wre not mad public,
St vera! other flirht ltib had entered
jthe field affttntt th Oordtn r In
I l-ldtl In a; f--r the match, but Moran pre
ferred a NOW York ennrment If I
, tUOOtttful h?i int Coffey onco more he
twill chOlttngt Kulf.-n for the hnnn" of.
nifrt inc Wlllard at Mew 'irleam.
Ti e Boxing Conunlttlon denttd i ap
plication of frlondt of K i is.ijin'.
former llohtwolgbt 6homplon( for a!
ftpecial rortroo'o Hi'enaa Willi Which
wot hopod Ltvlgnt might be obit to ffi-
inte In oTe of the thrtt lightweight
bouto at tii" Htrlom Bporting rluh next
Krtdoy night Tht monagtmotu of ti
idtvignt bontnt. onich w:ii t.e u m ut
Harlem s C, 1 wttk from to-night,1
evfl that tht tpneamnt I nf tht Hart
naw K'd ti e third man In tht ng
wotlld prove , C-eat nd for tie h-nflt
it played circlet around tht yaarltnoo
K.-bprtM and KornOOJld were the for
wardt, Ibor and Hoortn tha aruarda
ar.'l Rd Ibirsrhard the centra.
K key 'nJter imported, but not In uni
form Ctldtr't ahouldtr WOJ Injurod to
tht final football go, ma and haa not ra
apondtd to treatmeni rapidly, if ha
nlty no him bla' a rhonoot in the
Intercol eolato Boikttboll I.eaKua raca
will not bt promltlng tf wot tha alt
ICaattm f rwmrd two yea ra ago.
NO FIELD GOALS FOR NIAGARA.
OotOO Hull Ulna Odd HaaLetball
Qoaae in mi I p-ttafe Team.
S01 t;i f'RANnr. N. J., Pe,-. 13. -If tha
Be ton !lal! basketball ptoytri had liaen
at'le to refraJn from fouling they mlaht
have n on I h ahutoul In their a-ame
With N.npra LTnlVtrtlty five tn the
Hoton Hall gymnaolum The ac-ori wot
ItS tn 12 In favor of S ton Mall ami
ovoi nne ot N'lagarn'a points wot modt
frrmi tha foul lino,
It w.i tvldenl from the a'art tht
Hoton Hall would win, for Nlogarn't
Inol llt t 1 rt from the field toon
- ropied 111 Tha ocort at the end of
flral half wo H to I in favor of
tht horn! team. The lineup.
Pal tn Mil II t'f.i Inne
t. tj iada lettt foeward
. I :..:"! forward
vji in.i .. . Centra
t . . t.r a;uard
11 ' . It Kilt K .
ton Ha . Oti N'lagaT0 15.
from Held 4imtra, 4: M-Quartf. 3j .fon
- f - n fnu Jonati 11; a Plachtr,
1 Kin nar f"r Ducan Raftn
1 lsan . a t Time at bolvao
. . Harlowa
A. Fie- h'
. . . .stand
. . Iua"
Israil I hrlr ilm
fanesfe- WllbOFI RoblttOOn baa been
gunning 'be laat nottplt of doyt to aocurt 1
tho InnreiJienl-i if a dttok dinner for hia
frtondt later in tho wtok. Robbio i duo 1
bruciit and early Mill inoriiinK CO),
ilooob Rtlpptrt It rornliiK home from
Chloogo mi tlmt tO banquet the atrag
ajtera Saturday night.
Prtoidtnt O'fiourkt of the auapandtd
Batttrn Aotooittlon Ii a modoot man.
All lie nak It $t600Q from Harrow for
the priv.lega of occupying tdio trritor'
1 t tha Inttrtttl of the International
TO HOLD INDOOR GAMES HERE.
atloHSil Junior anil (senior Meets '
Transferred 'esr tork.
PradariCk W Rublan, chairman ft the !
Amateur Athletic 1'nlon champlonatllp
oommittas, announoad yaatarday tiaat Uie
nallMal ami ItmiOS , ! 1 . i it.liL.Mi-
ahipa would ba hein m ihis city I nets I Brooklyn. The score.
of in lultinaji . .i planned at first. I ",. a Doaald Paraan, raunfsiewn,
Two armories will ba used, aa the J inlnr I J- -jl. J. J- A'BJHi' ' tVoaoland
meet ivill he held at the Thirteenth Raffl I "f n' ii'. Hunt. Werceeter, 1111. 7't
ment Armory In Hr ioUlyn m Jamrary 29 ,'h, ksi. t a l iissthioi Plttsbura
in the Twenty-1 M to, r, w anmtemors reosiina
HO l, 79. T H. BnV'l. SI L ulls 1,1-H, pi!
In It. Howard, ils'.ltsu, S--1I. Ill C. H
re In Tin Whistles
PimmuMTi n. C.i Da, is a medal I
play handicap In two classes Wiu the
pPOTammS of the Tin Whistles to-day,
K U Helirend ami C .. Kddy were the
donors of the prises Ponahl Parson, i
founsatowtl. won in i lass A with a T&i
but only after playltlg ff a Uf with Ti A
Kelley of Southern 1'ines In class H
K r. Ahhe. with a II, had a margin ol
only one stroke over .(. D C. Rumeey,
are the eijrhi
slurs' of whksh
lasti 'I hi the rosiilt
Brodwy at 57th St. Circle 1600
Brooklyn & Long Island District
ll hi dlad rxclusivrlv by
Bisho McCormlek & Bishop,
Ifi HiKrv si., Brookl) n.
Newark ti lrria Cltv Distrnl
Is hindlert exclusivrly by
Bnnnrll Mntor ilir Co.,
171 llalsrv St., Newark.
c,nran need basaball ! Ignite. Uuque,
McCarthy, Pick, Krtcksen, whlteman,
Nash ami I'ler.
and tha senior isnin
second Heamient Armiiry on Vnshln
ton Ileiahts on .Saturday, March II.
Several events haVS hoen added to the
Internationa! senior prOiTBmtV They are : U,j
lolin 1anel nnP' H,eI' I1""!', la pound shot put
anil ne a:.i seMn-eis'ii.i mi mevivj
rel'ay race The events d nipped are the
;,ii pound weiaTht for heiaht, the "4 pound
shot and the pole vsn'.t for distance.
Qllmora aya the (federal raama has
made no effort to secure the services
of Charlie llcr.o(r. but in( ths outlaws
will he In a re
Wirl to Heart iTT Kleren.
AwnaJH.ia, Md . Dae I S. Clarence o
H'nnl who was annotated to the Naval
ptiva mood If the oante- I acadeniv from Nebraska, will lead the
midshipmen on the srldlnm next aaaaotl
lie was elected to the sVpt44nCI at a
meetlnic of the foothall team to-day.
lurine. the season Just ended he nlavad
ai left tackle Iist yesr hs also wss
n member of the Navy crewr and the
Hii'lson S'nrfol... ST- 11. s. Mpsnrsr
Waters Natlimal. 11 II, II R- C, Shan-
'iion id, Rroekport, -. M.
I la.a P I' f Abb! Hellihem, : r.
'ti, .i n. c. Ilumaey, Braalilya, i. -20. 74.
It, 11 lehnaen, oievslaad, II -JO, "; m
i ueniisii. Bellsrlvs, II la, I, M. Robin
son llsrl.nr Uss. h, 10s :. 1, .1 T 'm
ten, Tuxedo, in Ill R. A. Bwlaert
i Pa'.met.n. mo -is. It: H w Ormsboe,
1 Hnulh Slmrs. lOti -1 IT; W K. hllds
1 Nassau. I4 Iti III Jsmes Harbe- Hnsle
Wood. 1 1 i 24. 8.
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Kthri Wellsa... inn.
asoond Usee lalllnai three-veer olds
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