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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1918
&NKS AND BROWNS INVARIABLY STING EACH OTHER IN DEALS, BUT KEEP ON TRADIN(
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AGERS AND OWNERS' "FRAT"
RING HARMONY AND WORKING
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lproved Relations Caused by War Condi
tions Make It Easier to Pass Players
f, and Thus Stimulate Trading
.imr-' r t i n t-i-. y. i i... t- .... ..n..A 11 Im dnruler lliun thei
'J nrovcrbl.il nml uollknnun iliinrnnll eir tho International I-cngUC. It
p .'Apparently li us dead as Hector, but that docs not mean that there Is no
, .atelher bateball society of a fraternal and benevolent nature. Thcro Is a
fTMW ono and It hns been doing a good business of late.
Wi Thn lirnml.nnur linneluill nrciinlxntlun mnv lint ll.l0 a Constitution nlld
'lytylaa and preamble and that ort of stun, but It Is u working body and
ar,'is been right on tho fraternal Job. Its "constituent part!"," as tho law
Wiark8 hae It, ale the club owners and munuRcm, and they hao necurcu
results In two directions at least. They huo made It possible to trattspiiint
&iMth nlnver niul iiijinnL'prN frnm unn till? leilirllQ to another, and also they
Shavo Invented some new persuasion In tho annual u.uno of hide and t-rck
.''' 'irTw.lll. Jl.. ,., . I .1 , .!.. ,.. ... Mr.n.A ..I tltn linVC' lllllllt.
-77wilii iiio jioiciuui urodiernoou. nu wiuec is 10 i'iumj " "- -
jApVitti9 K?nti.iii .in.it nr fi.n ..riyn .. ri,i iinr ulitfli rim stuud for an
fsl lhlng and which In this instance has btartcd Mimethlns real, for war ex
If Glgencles hao brought together club Interests upon a common and liai
'i'',t flnonlous platform of conservation and mutual tutenst.
?'w Mlller "ugglns mocel from tho National League to tho American 03
WV . manager and It was Just like doing a smooth card trick. John llcnr,
$; n Washington catcher, was passed through tho American draft into the
w' --National machine without JarrliiK n tog. And now It Is salil that I.eo
4 -tagco is certain to get by (lie American bariago and ,1 est in tlic Llncin-
Club owners appear surely to have loiiic together in bomo Informal
'I nay to handlo tho annuat lioldoiit problem, and with war conditions lust-
,Ki3ng another season and no organization among plnvcrs. the club moguls
A ..y be expected to kecure a dominance greater than ever before-.
SPUAlvINCS of club deals suggesls that thcro have been at least
three three-cornered deals during the winter tcf-on, while tlicro
is likelihood of others before tho plajlng season gets under wa.
Hcrzog Deal Leading Triangular Affair
VIE roundabout Ilerzog trade between tho Uraves, Ulants ntiJ Cubs was
the most interesting of the season for two reasons It was based upon
'fa f.tho most unique? trading llguio In tho pastlmo and It tlll is up in the air.
$ Hi Is said that Hcrzog has m.ido almost as much trading himself as nluj-
ylng ball, and it looks llko ho will repeat his favorite feat, as Mid aw can't
p-fif Jjtet along without at least ono second baseman, and he would lose I.arry
'";? fciTnln unless Ileryoir Is satisfied. The Ins and outs of this deal. It will lie
t f j$"ccal'cd' wcie Tjler to the Cubs for Dojlo and Wilson, Dojlo and Barnes
It VBolng to tlio Giants for Hcrzog.
ik-4? h Tho recent llodle-Hurns swup, which Involved the Athletics, Yankees
r Qind Detroit, took some time to "101110 out in tho wush" It started in
xt. ?ievv lorK uurmg 1110 annual bess ons ol inc two o g i.iguo iiioeu s nnu
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iW sJjgavo vent to tho unuual Ty Cobb jam. In this dt.il Connie Mack added
7sh$ rwiincr iiuggius 10 111s siuu 01 voriers, winen uiuiuut's t.uirovs anu. 1 razee,
5' j rnrl thn YntilH In nrilpr In f?pt lhflt llipv . lilted, lllul til rrn Info llin niipn
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'? t market and lay down JCOOO. It Is said that tho Iturns-llodlu Idea vmis a
rt Judden if happy thought that camo to Hughlo Jennings when surprised
RWlth tho information that Uurns had not gono to war, ius was ipportcd.
IVi mi Tho Hendrlx-Mageo trado involved two American and one National
'A J-elub tho Yanks. Browns and Beds. If It is consummated, tho Beds and
V vLlRrnwnM will litun tifiw iititnplilprH. niul the Yiinkepfl. Shnrtsliiti Itlni khtirni.
Sa'171 a a trado showing on Its present face tho exchange of a hard hitting
W yung plajcr for a fading star.
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ACT TO BALL PLAYERS IN EDICJ,
ISSUED BY SECRETARY HEYDLEI
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Taxis, Late Hours and Intoxication Arel
Among the Many Things Under Ban
of Senior Major League
1
LAXHV of dealing n llli lull ptaers In met with cither a tlno or euspenln,
the ,nae,s of deportment and ,lw , J " .Uher .,, .
n plajrr Is fined hy tlio nril,i....i
for using In.lecent latiimlSJ
lieges. Imtli at home mid on the 10 id, is
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is coiiLrrncei .vcimg in iomuiiiMi.v ,. lUlr 1)rtn nmo t mu;,""
n pravlflim in plujers' toiilimtM which w , . 10 ,jy t fl c,ubmusl $fl
permits rluh imiicls to cstutitWi rm- ' Jj fflp 'VI
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pliyers, the National League lias drawn ., . v nuiIIT ctlvi--r
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BASEBALL IN BOSTON!
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up it new het of legulatloiis tint aio
reolutlonary in eli.iraeter.
In Iho main they teprcn'iit n curtail
incut of ptivilrgCH and an liihlsliiieo
upon s-tilct ndhcreiiee to rules. Tim buh
jeet lame up at the National Liaguu
meeting In Ilruai' and a coiiinilltcc
was appointed at ihat llmo to draft
the tcgulntions 'llicy wcio niinoiineed
estirday I15 John .. Iiejdlci, tlio
league hctrttarj
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lepnrt it inodKlril lilll permlttlnr biJ
nil nun ii'iL.'cin H.iniri on SunA
during the period of the nr h ....
representing men In tlio army or navya
i iiv- n.iu, ivrnh i.,uu-oreo iy Mak
ii'Tiij n iiiuhii'iji' ui mis city t
lden tli.it the melius t,1iall - LK
rrlli f fund approved lv the VVoruJl
Mivy uiiuruiiriiiH, mill mat flllnril
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BOOSTS BUMPSJ
& ROBERT W. MAXWELL
Concerning Connie's Curvcrs
CANNEFEX WILL 1LAY
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Till subject of anKs and Browns lot Mug up ill a swapping bout
suggests that tills is not tho llrst llmu this bltuatlon lias devel
oped. Not hy a laigo majoilty.
Yankees and Browns Skin Each Other Regularly
IHU Ya and Dn...n. aio tlio greatest 1 ttlo baseball Arms in tho
barter business. A'ccordlnc to a well Known Metro scribe who has had
jthe curiosity to take a slant into tho archives, tho two teams havo put over
W,a. Itinm.nli no till apu ,llol. nlu III, rill lr nr, fflllor fli.ill t ,1 mi t t.um m.
,1"' "I IITCCII ,,IV1,,1.1 I bO Ul.v. utVl.l.t, l..,U(,,l.tl ,l ,1,,... ..,..,, ,v,,..1.,V1t.,l
tt vvlai tpu An, I Hi., fun, it ti.irf ,if tlm i film nin liilMlnru lif uppn tlm lii.i
s?.TSPUtllta Is that each alwas gets stung. The sslcm, as It would seem, Is lo
K.?ilatrado plavers who helped land ono of the teams In tho seeond division for
innntRi'.
Mon savs "in part":
"Unfortunately for tho lirown-Yankee deals, ono alwavs tries to sting
mi
mj"- T,"t auu li J t o iiiiu nvieu iiiiiei nw "t, vii ivunu i
jr - &l&yr who helped hold down tho other In similar
&'"' k,(4 Tho historian arriving at the foicgolng eoneluslo
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frosf i4ho other, but neither ever gets anv where. I.lko our eolored friends from
tfejL Deorgla. they Just trado for trading Itself. The negroes may trado n mulo
&y -'tor a mule, u Held for a Held and a religion for a religion, and at tho end
& cthey still find' themselves with u mule, a Held and a religion. And so It la
ji IVJin 1110 lanaees hiiu uruwiis.
S'5. "Tho ttrowns trado ball plujeis who helped them land in tho becond
? i. 3llvlIon to tho xunltets lor uau piaers -wno uciiieu 1110 lanus-nmsii -in
JlV he second division.
Sffif ".Somo of them wefo mighty nifty performed), but the sad fact reinilns
JVsfVtliat In nftecn eurs lu tho American I.caguo tho Yankees liave Ii.nl four
'pvjlrst division teams, anci uuring 1110 siiecu jcars nnu mo inoncrii iuowiih
K '-Si-m'honn Tiinl.lnir a bid for Kt. Louis patronago tliey havo had only two
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K-'' Steams among tho first four.1
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QUITU a number ol well k v n bturs of tho pasumo havo figured
lu tho various Yankee-Blown deals during the time mentioned,
but tho geucial array naturally is decidedly ordinary.
Griffith Bad Mania for Swapping for Browns
MQNG the young men wht passed backward nnd forwurd between New
York and St. Louis lu the numerous dickers wo (I nil tho njimn of Jack
owell, Harry Howell, Jack O'Connor, the only John Anderton, the eminent
ranch Itlckey. Joo Ycager, Jimmy Williams, Hobo Kerrls, Danny Hoffman,
:arry Nlles, Fred Olade, Charley Hemphill, Joo Luke, Lou Crlger, Koy
artzell, Jimmy Austin, l'rank Laporte, Lee Magce, Armando Mursans, Uer.
Ill Tratt, Uddlo I'lank, Fritz Malsel, Lcs Nunamalter, Nick Cullop, Urban
locker, Joe Cedeon und Tim Hendryx. Quito an array of talent, what7
Clark Urimth, president of tho Kxnltcd Older of Past Yankee Mand
ril, had a regular mania for swapping with Kt. Louis. In fuct, it was
Clark who set tho fashion, which was followed nioro or less by all of his
numerous successors. The llrst big deal Involving the Yankees und tho
X TSrowns vfaia tho swlteh of Harry Howell for Jack Towel!.
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high-el its dingers aro muled
to round out the batting order of
the Athletics for the tcaton of 13tS, A D
Judging from the .ulvance dope, tho team
will ho well boMrred for tho coming
rae'o with the esccptiou of a second base
man mid Mine pllehcis It Is eoniparn
tCvcly eai-y to tlud a nnu to guard tin
kestono station, but hurlors do not
glow on every built, and It eonnlo can
pluik a few regular on-s his ihauees to
finish abnvo eighth plaeo look very bright
and cheerful
III all of his dealings this ear Connie
has giahhed onlv one pitcher Vean
Uregc. lie needs more, for iiccordlug to
the dono tho onb ones icnmltilng from
last jear aro ltube Seluucr and lilmer
Mcrs In 1017 his htaft eonslstcd of
V ii Noes, Joo Rush, Naylor, .ling
Johnson and a couple of others, but they
hivo left the i lub and will nut be avail
able: So It is up to Maik to got busj
at one'e if bo alreadj h isn t done so.
Connie Will Get Stars
Manager t'ntuilc Mail?, however. Is t
clever guv, and when putting neioss his
David Hnruni, stuff peered Into the plleh
lug situation and dee'ded to lake a
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TI'IS was rather an unfortunate swap for tho Yankees, as kt.
Loubj In the end had both pitchers, also a sum of greenbacks.
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Rowing Coach Let Big Idea Get Away
WED I'LAK . assistant rowing -ouch nt "-lumbla, was tho pioneer
"'in building concrete boats, but missed a fortuno because pcoplo lunched
tt his then curious Bhell and gave up the enterprise. This was thirty
years, ago.
"I built myself a concrete shell years and jears ugo," h.tjs I'lalstcd
l not only built It, but rowed In It, too. It was a good boat, and I said at
time that the building ot ocean-going concrete ships was not only nos-
fele but practicable. My friends laughed at me; but, Just tho same, they
$ uuuains snips ui twuucm nu .- hpi ciiiciHe-ucy measure,
"Now, if I had Just stuck to my idea und formed n company f would
i .-Frederick riatsted, Lsq., capiiausi. as ii is, i uni Just plain Fred
ted, assistant coach."
WA Stengel uot ma wwt, out lant Satisfied
U u . .r sn for something nnd when ou got It feci as thoueh
you Were stung? Tliat'd tho case of Casey Ktengel, former Brooklyn
lder, but now a hireling of Barney Dreyfus, of Pittsburgh. 8tencel
with Brooklyn live seasons. While, a member of the Dodgeis his one.
ilre was to get away from Brooklyn und several times ho asked Charley
Dcia iu iiuuu Him. nuucia ini9 m mmci uevmeu iu gram otengerH
tieet, and Manager Robinson arranged a deal with Pittsburgh. Stengel
i one off the players traded.
.Wow' ho is kicking. He wanted to go to Chicago. Stengel while with
lyn claimed he was not paid as much as 'he was worth. This was one
l no wanieo. 10 s away irum mo uuKers. oieugei, However, has
fij, realize that Ebbets paid- him much mora than Pittsburgh thought
- worth, and that is one reason why he Is peeved. Pittsburgh offered
contract that calls for less money than ho received In Brooklyn.
ki, wanted fovset away. Looks as though he did not know when he
1 wt41 off.
; tjHollwitz end Saier WU Renew Old Contest
MOLLWITZ and lc Sajer, who had a tussle when both were
Nationals km- Tsuiar berth at nrst base, will renew
fih o;UHBiPmifaiiJPlttburgli. Pirates In the
ehanee on securing somo real talent. In
the Mclnnls deal 1m was promised four
plajers, but otili thice appealed The
fourth pcimnjs ii pitcher and Connie
will selcet him after lie looks over the
(lock In regular leaguo game-.
Another curver was Included lu the
Uodlo deal which brought (icorge Hums
hero lu a threc-iorneicd trade lluKglns
prom.scd to deliver a pltrher -witli the
Detroit star, but Mack wauled to know
who ho Was getting nnd nfked time to
stud the situation This Ii is not been
announe'ed ollKlally.as jet, but it lomes
from one of tho out-of-town tipsters who
Knows the dope and seldom goes wrong.
Connie will get .1 plleher from the New
York Yankees, and If this part ot the
deal falls lluougli he will reeelvo a cash
ciiulvahMit. At any rate, Mark Is sure
to get two good men for mound duty
and probably w'll announce tho others
before the elub leaves for Jacksonville
Saturday night.
Harry Kdwards cm lloxinu
Harry V. IJdwards presiuent oi me
ObinpU A. A., pi edicts n brilliant fu
tuio for the boxing game In I'hlladel
nhli now that two high-class tlubs are
In tho Held Ho welcomes tho new na
tional A A. and says tho friendly ll
valry which will exist will mean better
matches, hlgher-i lass performers and
more sport for tho public Tho public.
ho state", will reap the utnenis
Mr. Hdwards has been III since Oc
tober and suent most of his time In tho
hospital nt his home. Ho Is getting
better every day, however, and hopes
lo be out again lu a bliort time.
"I wish to longratulato the new own
ers of the National A. A ." said Mr. IM
wards, "on their splendid showing last
Saturday night and I hope their suc
cess will continue. Philadelphia Is large
enough to support two clubs llko the
Olimpla and tho National, and the pa
trons of boxing will see some very good
shows. Of course, each elub will try
to outdo tho other, but the rivalry will
be friendly. My interests aro in the
Oljnipla and I shall devoto all of my
tfforU to make It a succesj; but I want
to work together with the new organization.
"The Olympla Is not Jealous of tho
National: In fact, wo welcome It. It
alwas has been my policy to cater to
the public and give tho patrons onlj the
vry best They Rtippoit til" boxing
game and deserve all they can get Hit
ter m itches mean heller crowds nnd
evers ono will bo satlsllcd 'Iho bald
woik will be done by the ilval match
makers and It will be h battle of wits.
(liimc in (Jowl Condition
"Hoing Is In u healthier condition
now than at any other tlmo lu hlsioi
The action of tho I'liltcd .states Covclii
ment In ndopthig tho sport wan u gnat
boost, and tho othei dn t rend wheie
ex President Taft referccd a bout at
Port hherhlan. III. 'Iho sport has pioved
Its worth and I doubt It there will bo
unv Hilvcise legislation lu the fuluie.
"iinvi,, iiniti ihe Aineilc.ui soldier.
A few bouts 111 tlio ling against rugged
opponents will remove nil traces ot tlm
dlty and fe.u. and when ho gets a com
mand to charge over the top no win noi
hesitate. Honing also teaches u man to
be i ceoiii refill and gives him self-con-fiilmin
.mil control. It Is a gie.it spoil
ai.d 1 am glnd the public has iccognl.cd
It. I shall do nil lu my power to uplift
the gime and keep It on tho high plane
now occupies.
Mi- l.dw.uds has been lu tho boNlng
name fur sixteen jears and proved that
It could be run on a nusmess oasis, in;
novel seeks the llniellg.it, but docs lit
work miictlv. nlw.ijs keeping lu mind
th.it his pations must bo sat'slled and
deservo tho best talent obtainable
St. Louis Crack Will Tiy to UcL-.un
j Three-Cushion liilliard
llouois
Clili-iiEci. March 1.!. Hob (..innerev
the M tioiils three-eiishloii billiard
ernck. will attempt to regain tho world's
t.tle whlih he Inst several months ago
tn Alfndo de Oro. when ho meets Angle
Kleekhefer. I lie lonipieror ot 10 Oro,
In a mate h for the championship here
Iho llrst block of lbc matih will he
plaved tonight '1 hrco bloeks of llflv
points will bo plajed thrco nights lu
succession
DICK HOBLITZEL AFTER
AN ARMY COMMISSION
Dundee A ins) Decision lm
CANADIANS HAVE HOPES
OF BOXING CHAMPIONS
Canadian ring follow eis aio hoping
that one of their soldier boxers will re
turn with tho l.oid Lonsdale belt, em
hleiiialii ot n championship, In Ills pos
lesslop when the troops rc.mo inarihliig
home agiln Two Canadians have shown
rcmnrkablv good fonu In the bouts that
havo been held lecentlv. t-ergeiint Harold
Kolph and Corporal Joe Attuood both
havo shown exceptional ability with the
cloves and the National Sporting Club
of London bis announced th it It will ac
cept them as challengers for tho hca
w eight title.
Camp MierniHii, O.. March t.1 l)l k
Hnblltzel, llrst baseman with tlio boston
Amerliau lied Sox. today took mi ex
amination for llrst lieutenant in the
dental corps. Ho passed his phsli.il
examination and Is now taking tho other
tests.
Sports Served Short
lllUmr lli-lilourr. formerly raptnln of
fnottMll anrl liaschjll teaui-l at ortliweiit.
ern ITnlvcrilt and all-VVentiTii nuarter
biik. Ims Birllr.l for enllnlment In,, the
HVlMlon serllon of the slstinl lorpn llll.ll
lower lecently returned from 1 mme, whi-ro
for mum tliun a. jear ho Uiuu uu iimbu
lance. J. I. llnlelihiMiii. Hali. ami y llu'ton
st navltls. wern beaten In th" flrnt round
of the tsnlf rliamnlnni-hhi of Talm Uracil.
Mrs. Ilorothy ampbril lliiril won tlio sll
ver foil" chainplonul.il at Itnehurst Mrs
lloimlil II. lUrlow, of the Jlerlon erlcliet
Club, was second
l.eorce W. hint jell, rreshleiit of the
Aronlmlnk Country club tied for thirl prlf
In tho iiPt pioro lournulnent of tho Tin
Whistles at Plnrhursl
Mllllnrv InilnliiK for bull rlaeern.wlll b-
.i.n....n.i l.i lh.i Anirlinii l..ii.lln Ibis lear
Hi,ordinj to a etnlenient liuido Xi Hun
Johnson
Xlr. II. VrVer nnl Mm .1 r."lllr of
Chleso. won Iho doubles bowllna ilmmplnn.
ship nt e Inclnnill wlillo Hie live women
t hsmplonsbln whs won by Iho L-Illnsucll
tetani, of Chicago.
ndy Wnrel. tho national A A U
sprlnilnff i liamplon. who la In New York
for lbs title meet Saturdi), will,uudrkn
an 7v-ray examination at Coluiubl i Unl-
t.rsltv l.iihnmliir toilai lie suddenH de.
tveloped u serious uttacl. of stomach trouble
LOCAL GUNNER AFTER
LIVE-BIRD TITLE
Billy Olegtr. Meets Sam Traf
i'ord, State Champion, To
morrow at Marietta
25 BIRDS THE PROGRAM
AVJIIiam 15. Clegg, of this rlt, vvlti get
a rlianco to leg.ilu the rcnusvlvnnl.i
htnto live-bird chimplonshlp tonmrruw-
when he meets Sun Traffoid, of
Lebanon, tlio present tllle-holder. In
eballengo test The niatelt takes place
at Marietta.
It will bo n match bclwcen-ii cham
pion and an cx-thimplon Trafford won
the ICevstono Stito pigeon tills on l'eb
liiary 22 .-it Ilnrrltbuig, beating Held
of somo eight -eight gumieis In that
shoot tho tip-htalo maiksmaii l.in
r'Bhlcen bllds without it miss, tlng
with thrco others I. Kline, of Head
ing ; l'red Heist, of I'leetwood nnd
Harry Hoffman, ot I'hll.idclphi t. In
the shoot-off, however, the Marietta wing
shot beat his opponents, seoilug four
' sttalght."
Plavers Must ISeli.it c
Hire ale foiiio of Hie iii)i.
All nl.ivcrs must heri.irter take cue
of their oui baggage In g ttlng to and
fiom u depot and their homes
No taxliab fare Will bo allowed lu
.i.hi.,,. . iiinj The i lull will attend
lo all baggage between Hie elepots und,' iio.tem, Msuli 10 -lolniny rjundw
ii, n liniM li.iircacii looms, nui on uu uuivi i i no .sew ion iiKniweic it , m av..j
occasions. f ' lefoiee's decision over Harry CirU
i:.i,h nlnvei will be allowed JT per day ". ' ". ' '" ' iwcue-rouimtoui
for meals in cities where the club stops
nt hotels on tho European plan Me.il -
money on ti.uns win ne nuowni m. mc
lato of J1..5 pei Individual meal.
Wlillo nbioul all plaiis will be ic
qulred to repoit at tho hotel selected nt
whatevci llmo the manager decides, nnd
tley must si ttlo for all personal ac
counts befoio leaving tho hotel
Ban on Liquor
Us-o of Intoxicating Illinois or clgai
ellr.s to excess dm lug tho training or
plilng season Is forbidden, mid tho
otie'stlou ns to whether n man Is think
ing oi smoking to exics is to be detei
mlncd bv the imiuger ot tlio club and
,. r,nn i Ise This ltdo will not Jpply
In pl,ier who hive Mippleineiit.il eon-
tl.lltS piOVIIIIlIK l"l linn ivi.u .lu-ii-
iii "
Gloss inlsbeh iv loi m public, liuludliig
Intoxication Ilglitlng, ipiuielmg and
lueleccnct, whether on or oft tho pl.ivliiK
Ibid dining tho season, will be punish
able bv a lino or (suspension, or both
Violation of an Hue. m i.ici. must no
PROSPERITY Front 3 Back 2 J
COLLARS
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CIO. P. IDE 1 CO , Miktrs, TROT, K. T,
PHIIA. BRJKCH: 1209 Arch St.
yjBUJ- WWW Mill B 3
Club Men who want
R)lhe bett
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Barrow to Join C. Mack
and Stallings on Bench
Ills leacua manager! will, as role,
be founet Rt the old stand out on tlio
ro-rhlng lino tn uniform, but there will
ho threo exceptions. These aro Connie
Mack and llrorre Malllnri. veterans of
the tllll suit and the bench, who will be
joined by I'd Harrow, now pilot of the
Seed Pov, Three new manager will he
seen, the two besides Harrow tH-lrur Hur
tlns, of the ank. and llemlrlrks, of
the Cards, llmo Uendele still mar he
considered blushing debutant In the
managerial game.
BETHIIHEM
Internal GeorDrifa
MOTORTRUCItS
SUITS $11 8?
or nvFnrnT nnunn
BEODCEU rKOH J0, n and :
PETER, M0RAN & CO. STfiSS"
S. E. Cor. 9th & Arch St..
Open Uonday and Saturday Until o'clock
Boiler
Prof. Races Tonight
M. 8?rt
Also
'. Matl
ARecord Delivery
His horse died. He couldn't get a
mate to complete the team. He was
under contract to deliver a lot of
stuff. So he phoned Locust 4100,
and in 30 minutes there was a2'l
ton Bethlehem Truck with body all
complete, out in the street, ready '
for inspection.
The inspection was satisfactory
and the sale completed.
Ve do not believe he could have
held his contract but for us.
We made it a feature of our busi
ness to carry a complete line of
Bethlehem Chassis, and at least one
express body, in stock, for emer
gency delivery. The factory located
at Allentown makes it possible for
us to get trucks at the expense of
the dealers at far distant points.
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Overland Harper Co.
14-16-18 S. 21st Street
Imk Mosi Memimt C&
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OTOR CARS this jcar will lie and should be bought care
fully, intelligently as a well considered investment. Never
have motor cars been more widely and genuinely needed. And
necr have they been selected with such discrimination ami under
standing of their real worth and character.
Kyery man must "wal.c up and speed up," if the war is to be won.
This is the economic hour of the motor car. It must serve as a
utility. Therefore it will be bought as a utility selected for its sound,
mechanical excellence, its reputation for good service and economical'
maintenance and for the name of the Company that builds and sells it.
It is in that spirit, to scrc that end, that the Paige Essex "Six-55"
Is being bought, not merely by patriotic Americans, but by the effi
cient and discriminating Americans who recognize in this car the'best
value, the best service and the best ally of' their own cfificicncy.
Sif.'V55'' T-IasenBPr I177i : Pniino 'Slx.Si" 4,pneeenser $2850: Town Car
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ieiiuiii -nix-uu- t.'liiiiiiiiiy Itoadster 11330;
loor "bu.S'J' or a.iiuiisenser S133U: Koilaa
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All l'rlecg f. o, b. Detroit.
PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR COMPANY, Detroit, Mich.
Bigelow-Willey Motor Co.
DISTRIBUTORS
304 North Broad St., Phila., Pa,
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