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10 S THE T WASHINGTON W ASHIN GTON IrEAALD EaALD TUESDAY JANTTAEY J ANU AR Y 22 1907 f
BEAU BRUMMEL WINS WINSHas WISBas
Has Things His Own Way Wayin V Wayill ay ayin
in the Fourth Event EventPOOK EventPOOR EventPOOR
POOR O GAUDS AT FAIR GROUNDS GROUNDSBosscrlan GROUNDSnO GROUNDSBoscr1nu
Bosscrlan nO icrln Makes His Debut l lJY r Gal GallopIiiR GnJ GnJ10111n Galloping
loping 10111n Home In the Six Furlong Furlongfor Furlongfor Fnrlougvfor
for TlireeyenroldH TIireeyearoldsMllfl1fl 3Iilnm Shown Showna
a Likely IjIkel Youngster in Shirley Shirleyllossmorc Sblrlc SblrlcUOfStlllorc Shirleyltossuiorc
llossmorc In Twoyenroltl Hnce HnceNew IlnceNew ItaceNew
New Orleans Orlea Jan ffl ItTIN The racing racingshifted racingshifted rclngshIttI
shifted to the Fair Ground thte after afternoon aft aftnoon afternoolt ¬
noon noon where were a very ordinary card em embracing em1KacIR Ifl Iflbraclkg ¬
bracing 1KacIR seven evett races was provided providedBeau provWedBeau provWetlBeau
Beau Brummel had things his hl own way wayat wayat wayat
at aH stages In n the tti fourth He won eased easedup sed sedup sedup
up The colt was w a 8 to S favorite In h the thebetting thebettln thebetting
betting bettln Missouri Lad the second secondchoke secondchoice secondchoice
choice was poorly handled by Austin AustinThe AustinThe AustinThe
The ride was so poor that tb t many of the thespectators thepeetatonJ thespectatorg
spectators hissed him when he weighed weighedout wel weighedout hed hedout
out Flavigny played down from 7 to 1 1to 1to 1to
to 5 to 1 won hi the fifth fifthThe aulaThe Ctb CtbThe
The best finish of o the day came in inthe Inthe inthe
the closing clo event when Lady Ellison Ellisonthe ElllOnthe ElliSOnthe
the favorite managed mna ed to get the long end endof endof cudof
of tyie tie purse in Ina a close e contest te with For Forelgner ForeJtpter Foieiuer
elgner elgnerCampaigner
eJtpterCam
Campaigner Cam mijgner the evftnmoMey mo favrite favritewon ravlirlwwon f4I1tewon
won his race in a canter from OUeroa OUeroaone Oberoaone OI3IrOone
one of the long shots shotsBosserlan JIhotsan abot abotBoesedan
Bosserlan an making his first appearance appearanceat ppeiiceat Ce Ceat
at the meeting and with 1th 16 to 1 l about abouthis abouthis abouth1
his h1 chances galloped home in the six sixfurlong sIxfur Mxfurloitg
furlong fur race for threeyeareWs threeyeareWsJ
J C Milum showed up a likely looking lookingyoungster lookIngyounpter lookingyouuer
youngster in Shirley Kosemore winner of ofthe elthe ofthe
the twoyearold event eventThe eventThe ent entTIIC
The Snnimnriea SnnimnrieaFIRST SnnnnnrlcPIItS1 SnniiunrieFlits
FIRST Flits RACEFor UveejroaioMi eeyer Iw 1ftulf aad MM MMhalf seehalf
half fwiontv Itoaerian Ml l Llosd I M te L I w w wOdd woeOdd n nOdd
Odd Trick T Trl ek M Troeman 3 to 1 L attend ol iMprrti iMprrtincncc lertiJamre lpertiVendusen
ncncc Jamre Ml Vaadnaen I to 1 third kd Tim 1ias 1 1of 1Thie T TBnebcai
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rangon fOII Mack Horn Duna hum Sir Vafnurt SM s See Seetr Iljraa IljraaAura n
Aura 4 tr n aad Mfanici IIe DaocfHter Dao aM else ma ma8KCOND IIIL8JCCO ranSECOND
SECOND 8JCCO D RACBFor JtAC JIor maiden twojrcaindd thw thwfnrtoHRS three tIIreefarloBp threefuricees
fnrtoHRS Sbniey Kfrnaaen 112 D D Aoatta I to
1 wm Dew of Dawn 1W 1i U M Wood V tA M to 1 1srooMd 1Rab1rick 1reud
srooMd Rubywick 112 11 1 IL J HcaDMMT 11 H to 1 1 third thirdTtec tJtbdTiMe thhdThrc
TiMe 3T f Bittfrfy WinoU iDoIa Convenient cftDieftt ltia lriM Ixieeee8iw IStw m mSne
Sne HalolK Quera Mdba d Hud M L Ada 4 0 0VTalker OWalkft 0Waiher
VTalker Lady De Ore Oro and Anna A Iriafe Ir i ako use ran ranTHIRD IaTUUm ranThIRD
THIRD RACEFor UVreejtar tJtree threeyserd4 hk and ad upward upwardsix JIPIQftII apwaMM1
six M1 farioMKS f fvwloe Fantartfc K J J H ilesnesrey nntaity 1 to t tvon 1na 2 2wu
von MovtiiMV ni iii R R Lee M tn 1 1 resend Dar DarCin DelEin Desgin
gin 115 pitoeiMtt IS to 1 1 1 third tld T TiMe ae 114 114Kohinocr 1 114lCohinow 14 14ltolamo
Kohinocr lUIbert W Weetera aten GoWw Wave Grenade Grenadeand GftMdeand Grenadecml
and HencToteooe aaw IO ran rani raDFOURTH ranlOUWrH
i FOURTH RVCBFor c thrcaf tbreeyesrolde arHihfa and a1lll1lPWlUd a1lll1lPWlUdmiJe upward ttpwardmile upwardmile
mile and wventr IeftIItyllnk jaeda Jag eeu Bmiaanri M Gar Garner GillJJft1 Gaswr ¬
ner JJft1 wr J to S I won BeaterUwR Ml Bflad 9 I to 1 1econd 1 1xn 1second
second Xiaaoori Lad lAd M ID < D Austin II IT 1 to to11dM M MUiW JI JItWrd
UiW Tfcne 114 IIUi 5 Sehoohwite te aam IO ran ranFIFTH reaJolPTll ranFIFrU
FIFTH RACEFor thrt tluftse rearaidt and 11IIIIJIlile opwaid opwaidKite asaM asaMoiIe
Kite and trmHy t raids sa FlaT lDJ MS 1 Ltasd i ito Ito Ito
to I won Rickey Ml 1 nednaaa > to toBoaart X 2 mnai mnaiBwart reeeadBonart
Bwart 12 Z Lowe IArw II to S I third Tlwe 1 1ftH 1ftHDr 1424Dr 1X4 1X4Dr
Dr Sproill Canyon KtfaU XIfaI1 Mdhrais and dabo The TheEnatinhman TeEnIMhaa
Enatinhman also nut nutSIXTH laDSI ranSIXTH
SIXTH SI ll RACEFor tkneymf NIIds NIIdsJe U and upward upwardBiOa utassedrail
BiOa rail and twenty yarda Caatpafeacr K W J huron licnaegeyi wert huronseyl
geyi I to t 5 5 won Oberao 117 Fanow M to 1 1second 1 1ZIdE 1aecosid
second Zick Abraina bra II Swain S to 1 third thirdTone UdIdTiMe thirdTlroe
Tone la Ancestor tor Ihride of Woodatock Woodltotcak WOOuhrU 3r 3pure 3purecake te tecake
cak cake Nutwood tweod Glad Pirate Hyacinth llejeca llejecaGoMotarar luaaGoIIIbeIIftr 1szcesGOiIIbeIrer
GoMotarar lid Marietta Bwh iU a aio ran ranSBMEvTII ranSEmTU ransgYITI
SBMEvTII RACBFor KAC FCII nireeTearold and aadward up upward p pmrt
ward me < and onenirteenth mOac Lady Elnson
112 I J 1 Maittn 17 to M 1t 1 won PoreiRMr 10 D D4UI D DAnatftt DAustin
Austin 4UI a IS to 1 1 aeeoad Oa OIaar r Khaypun Kllanaan Kheyyarohtcha M9 M9necfcinan
necfcinan M to 1 third Tfcae 1183 116 1143i R Rceacd RceacdLoaa JtebfdIa tMndLura
Loaa J L Huntiagton Lady Charade Balwark Ball Ballfinch BalliDeIa lluflthi
finch iDeIa thi Bfooksum and Old Stone alao ao nn nnGOOD raaGOOD ranGOOD
GOOD CARDS AT ASCOT ASCOTThe ASCOTTllc ASCOTTire
The Major nt S to t 1 Wins VIn the Open Opening OpenIng Opening ¬
ing Event RventLoe UcntIH EventLee
Lee Angeles Jan 21 lTIIe The feature of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the racing raeh at Ascot Park was in the thefourth th thfourtk thefourth
fourth race which was a handicap af affair affair affair ¬
fair for threeyearolds and three threestarters threestarteN threestarters
starters were scheduled to face the bar harrier arrler barncr ¬
rier ncr TJ usually well wellfilled filled cards rds marked markedthe markethe markedthe
the days sport The Major at 8 to 1 1took 1took 1took
took first money moneyln in the Initial race of ofYou ofthe ofthe
the day Eftn An King placed and I Told ToldYou ToldYou
You showed The summaries summariesFIRST summariesFIRST summariesF1RST
FIRST RACESefltoK aiz x furious Th The Major I
112 Botwell 8 to 1 wow i XbIa KM King Mi SUM Start Startto
6 to 1 1 ascend I Told YOB Yoa IK Koerner 13 to 1 1thijd 1 1third 1third
third Tnae ne 1H 1 11 Aathationa S So V ChriaUwi ChriaUwiRama MIKama juriulineRams
Rams Redwood II and AH Riaht iat aIM ran ranS8COXD reaSIDCO ranSECOND
SECOND SIDCO D RACB JtAC ltACSlftig lnR sewn nwionaa udun Chnanr ChnanrM u uHarriiIf hnsprw
M Harris S to 1 1 1 won Undo Henry 112 U Uman Hal Halnan ho horoan
nan I to 1 1 second Taylor Ty George IM 1 CWo 4W W RuVy RuVyIt XiltlH tIIuy1I
It to 1 1 third Thae 13 1 Prtoce PriDeela Magnet et Cotil Cotillion Codiou Cotillion ¬
lion iou Lacreee adbIer G asitoerr 9toMBd MId C Co Watworth Watworthateft Walwonthalan aIwurtJa aIwurtJaaJM
alan tan tanTHIRD NILTHIKD ranTHIXD
THIRD RACE JtACKPM Pfra saul 1 onehalf MIf fnrione Geld GeldSifter Wdsttter 0e44Sifter
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5 to 2 third TiMe 1 t M MFIFTH UFIFTH 25P11rH
FIFTH RACKFfre cin fottanm Yaddo Y1IddD Y1IddDDanid Xad XadDaniel NT 34c 34cDaniri
Daniel i to 1 won L L I Ftaqdhboa MS 3 Kocnter
7 to 1 second Winter Ml Boteadl H 1 to 1 third thirdTnae nIJtJM sirhulTime
Time IM 1 Red Ball Atheahx A Athe IeII HaaeHa 11 Chief ief She Sharer SIuITer SheTar
Tar E X B H IL Friendly CkaMBefe Kawt in A and aadAitadta aMAnadia andArcadi
Aitadta BeHc aao do ran iaaSIXTH maSIXTH ranSIXTh
SIXTH RACKOneiaOe JtACKODe 1ls Mandarin Itt Keoweh K
8 to a i 5 won St Andorer Ml W Knanp evca ew era MO MOond MeODd sicend
ODd Oiatorian 0 MT Haeher F2ith I to 1 1 third Tin TinCadiehon TillIe TillIe1ft
1ft 14 Cadiehon Kl I Otero Lady IAcbTua Tone and Caralam Caralamahw arslloarho
ahw ran
ftdLUPSETS
UPSETS AT OAKLAND OAKLANDMiller OAKLANDInler OAXLAND31211cr
Miller Rode Hard to Land hourly IJIomlythe DIone DIonetile hourlytire
the Only Real Favorite FavoriteSan InvorlteSan FavoriteSalt
San Francisco Frand eo Jan 21 l1YIth With a dry dryIngout dryIngout drylagout
Ingout tmck it was U not surprising rprlsln that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there were several upsets up ets at Emery Emeryville Emeryl11e Emeryyule ¬
yule l11e this tbl afternoon att rftOR Blondy was as the theonly tbeonly theonly
only real rea favorite to win In and Miller Millernever Millernever Millernever
never rode any harder in order to land landBlondy landBlondy landBloody
Blondy by a nose over Hedgethorn Hedgethornin
in the last race raceAltidlce raceAltldlc raceAltidlee
Altidlce who ho beat Bonheur the thefavorite thefavorite thefavorite
favorite in the baby race was 15 to
1 1 at t one time tilDe despite the fact that thatMiller thatmer that34111cr
Miller mer had the mount There TIter was con considerable conaklerable considerable ¬
siderable bumping bUIRPI during durlD this race raceIras raceJras raceIran
Iras who drifted to 15 to 1 1 beat La Laxell Lasell Lasell
sell a bead in the fourth race raceDeliada raceDeUDda raceDelinda
Deliada and Invader were choices cholc In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the fifth but Captain Burnett a St to toi
1 i shot proved the winner The sum summaries summarlea summares ¬
maries mariesFIRST marleaFIItST mares maresFIItST
FIItST RACKThree awl oaehaM fartae IurIapu two twoyereM twoAJtidice twoynaso5
yereM Ahicnee 112 4W W Miner 4tIIO 12 to 1 1 won wonBoofeenr woehionheur i
Boofeenr Ill Mcliuyic i to 5 second ecosdMeyer IMOj IMOjMejwr UiIblerer1M
Meyer lerer1M IM L 1 WflhNtt W 4 to 1 1 third tll nl TilDe 10 41 M MAden 16deu 15Adena
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MT Httoter i to 1 third flue 1U1 11116 1fc Sharper SharperBiowa Sharperhluoun
Biowa JBto Tree T Kaiaiyc R Jtaal tcisl wO Dare Weber WoborPh W W1b1k Weberliuk I
Ph 1b1k liuk BMstei aDd Sal Pearl aim ran ranTHIRD rea1lIIKD ranThIRD
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Kay 111 Brawn I to 1 1 won ftDi Odttk dtk Jaw J JllGnlft James M MHomer WlIoentT
Homer efcn eftIIo second thee Cam MB i horton HftstOBt
I to t third tIM 1 Idtlt 1 14 Utoe clothe dOr Barly Xiut7HOIIIS horlyhlours BarlyHows
Hows Serenity Don I Elba ADd Mat Loweiy Loweiyalso Low Lowbe Loweflalas
also be ran ranFOIKTH ranrotUTH innFOURTH
FOURTH RACEOoe and oveefelrth Ia mile ana Inc IncHt 11M 11MKi hasl
Ht l Kirsohbanmt Ki hbanml 13 to 1 1 woe LulU M < W > V Mtf Mtfler MUler I Ilerl
lerl ler 3 to 5 second Isabelma a NT 1 Homer IT to 1 1third 1 1third 1third
third Time 1 151 H Jate JaRI Moose liners lSrten LOM LOMWoV IeW Lou LouWelt
Welt W Elk Itaniei C c and sloe S Spot t also ran ranHFTH JaBJoUTn ranFIFTI
HFTH ItACEOat MAc Capi Bwnrtt nmett nmettlhIXtOO Barretthnrtoe K KHwjcton
Hwjcton 38 to L I won Insider I HT 1 4W W > Miller iU i ito ito Ito
to 2 second Wenrick HI 1 McBride M 1 to L 1 thIrd takdTiow UalrdT thIrdThee
Thee T IIe 14525 115 I 45 2 5 Ed Ed3herilu Sheridan WarteaieBt Dolteda Doltedaand DoUDdaall DolindaairS
and ll T TalamIQd lamiqd atop 1w ran ranSIXTH raDSI ranSIXTh
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1 aecond = The IJorffcm lit lJun Hussies s to 1 1 third thirdTtowe tIaWTt1M thIrdTime
Time 11 1 117 I Instructor Lord of the Vale ale Scvea ScveaBells oeBeIk Sasenilells
Bells Meudon and Aappaova also aIIoXot ran raaNot ranot
Not ot Interested in Outlaw Track TracUGeorge TrnckGOOIce TrackGeorge
George A Huntington of Baltimore Baltimoredeniee Baltimoredenle Baltimoredenies
denies that he is interested in a move movement movement movemont ¬
ment to build an outlaw race track at atNewport atNewport atNewport
Newport News where races will 111 be held heldduring heldduring heldduring
during the Jamestown Exposition Mr MrHuRtington MrHOItUngton MrHuntington
Huntington is in no way opposed to the theJockey titeJockt theJoek
Jockey Jockt Club but on the contrary Ws Wsres Idsrelrttiors lsi lsireletiorg
res relrttiors tion with the leading eadlng racing organ organizations orglulzatims organIzatt5ns ¬
izations are most pleasant pleasantI
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to the Boston Americans by the national nationalcommission natIoDalcommialon nationalcommission
commission has devised a rule which whichwould whichwould hlch hlchwould
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htttln hitting in bull games gamesIn gamesIn mes mesIa
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advantage over the light l t hitter Ungiaub Ungiaubsays UD Unglaubsays Jaub Jaubsays
says limit th the ontftelder to a certain ter territory territory territory ¬
ritory He suggests su e drawing < an arc from fromone fromORe fromone
one Held line to the other at a distant distantof dt8ian dt8ianof dtstanof
of eighty yards from the tn e home plat platwring plate platfwd plateusing
wring wd the plate as a center nter Thte will willgive willgive willgive
give a a quarter circle every point of which whlcbIt whichis whichis
is eighty yards from the home plate Out Outfielders Outftelders OutIlelders ¬
fielders are to play on the inside of this thiscircle tn tnctrele thiscircle
circle until after the ball has been hit by bya bya bya
a batter The batter who can drive the theball theball theball
ball 100 yards or more more will have an op opportunity op opportunity opportunity ¬
portunity to get et a a long lon hit Instead ot othaving 1Jthaving ofhaving
having the ftelders Judge jud e his hit and pall pallit punIt pullIt
it down at a point over 100 00 yards from th thplate tbplate the theplate
plate by a phenomenal catch catchUnglaub catcbUn catchUnglaub
Unglaub Un hUlb says that the fault of the pres present preseat prerntnt ¬
eat rules is that the long Ion hitter has hs only onlya
a alight advantage over the fight hitter hitterbecause bitterbecause hitterbecause
because nine times out of ten the fielders fielderswill fielderswill
will 111 judge jud e the batters manner of hitting hittingand hltUn hltUnaRd hittingand
and arrange themselves in the held to tosuit tosuit tosuit
suit the occasion This arc will 111 give Itveheavy UK UKheavy theheavy
heavy hitter an opportunity to drive the theball theball theball
ball far into the deep Held and get et a clear clearhtt clearhit clearhit
hit for several veral bases basesXCTT basaSew basesCV
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swords points for some months Wiscon Wisconsin Wisconslit Wlsconsla ¬
sin and Michigan Mtehl n have ha e clashed and the theresult theresult theresult
result is that all athletic relations be between be between between ¬
tween the two big universities are at an anend anend anend
end
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New York Jan 21 21Turtmon Turfmon wore sur surprised 8urpr1Hd trurpriond ¬
prised to learn today tod that James R RKaenes RlCHAes RKeenVa
Kaenes star tar threoyearold filly Pope PopeJoan PopeJoan PopeJoan
Joan had been retired to th the Castloton Castlotonstud CutJotonatud st1oton st1otonstud
stud and would be brod to the th noted notedDelhi notedDelhi notedDelhi
Delhi DelhiLast Delhiliset
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appearance aPlra in I n race at Saratoga Pope PopeJoan PopeJoan PopeJona
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her stable mate Court Dross the champion championtwoyearold championtwoyearold championtwoyearold
twoyearold fllly flU of the year ear When she shestarted abestarted shestirted
started In the Futurity at Sheepshead SheepsheadBay SheepsheadBa7 SheepebeadBay
Bay coupled In the betting with Peter PeterPan J PeterPan eter eterPan
Pan and Ballot it looked as a If Mr Keen Keencould K KCIOuld KOene KOenecould
could not lose the big stakes In fact it itwas Itwas itwas
was right up to the last few strides that thatPope thatPOpe thatPOpe
Pope Joan appeared to have the race In Inhand JnbaDd inIrand
hand only to tire just as Electioneer Electioneercame ElectioneerCAme Electioneereamo
came along aJon with his victorious rush rushPope rusbPope rushPope
Pope Joan finished gamely but was wasbeaten wasbeaten wasbeaten
beaten by such a small U margin that mucn muchsympathy mucnQmpaLb7 mucnsympathy
sympathy wa was M expressed ed for her owner ownerand ovnernd ownerand
and nd trainer trainerLater trainerLater trainerLater
Later during the fall meeting at atBrighton atBrlKhton atBrighton
Brighton Pope Joan started again but butshe butahe butshe
she was Ii knocked back at th the start and andfinished aRCftDWbed nednshei1
finished nowhere as she never had a achance achanee achance
chance to make up the lost Itground ground A Alter Alterthat aUterthat ter terthat
that Trainer Rows retired the titty 11 be because be becau because ¬
cause e of slight lameness lamenessJockey amen lamenessJockey eM eMJockey
Jockey Garner Gar who resumed resUmed saddle saddlework saddlework ddl ddlwork
work at t New Orleans a week ago AgOcia to today t tday ¬
day cia after an absence of two weeks be became 1 1cauee b bcaune ¬
came of 0 an Injury atlll tUl heads th the win wtaalnp wla wlantJIB winning
alnp Jockeys at the Crescent Cr eent Git ClQ Not Notincluding Notlneludl NotIncluding
including lneludl th the races today Gtvrner had hadhandiea JuI4baDd hadbandied
bandied baDd fortysix winners twentyfive twentyfiveseconds twe twentytlvoseconds ty tyaeeotMk
seconds and fifteen thirds J Henweawy HeR HeRunder lieneesosyunder Henweawyunder
under contract to Builew Durie A ONeill ONeillstands ONel1lataDds ONeillstands
stands second with 1th thirtyfive winner winnerthirty winnersthirty 1 1thirty
thirty seconds and twentyseven thirds thirdsMountain thirdMountain thirdsMountain
Mountain to third with 1tb thirty thlrtytbree three win winners winners winnero ¬
ners thirtyfour seconds nd8 and nd twentysix twentysixthirds tW8JItaxthJ twentyaixthirds
thirds thJ while NIcol is fourth with 1th thirty thirtytwentyone thlr17tweJltYone thirtytwentyone
twentyone And nd seventeen respectively respectivelyBuriew reSPectIvclyBurlew respectivelyBurlew
Burlew Jk ONeill NM11 have won in in stakes stakesand stakesand stakesand
and purses pa nearly three times as much muchmoney muehmoDe muchmoney
money moDe as any other stables Includlna IncludlnaSaturdays htel htelSaturday IncIudinSaturdays
Saturdays races race the young youu partners ra had hadrolled batOIled badroiled
rolled np 42U77I Edward Ed warcl Corrlgan stands standssecond ataM ataMMeOnd standsascend
second with ith am amJobll 47L 47LJohn L LJohn
John J BIcCafferty who was ruled off offthe 0the o othe
the turf for life with Boots Darnell last lastwinter JutWinter lastwinter
winter by the Pacific Coast Jockey Club ClubIs ClubIs
Is 1 making renewed efforts to secure a atateatent re reinstatement reInstatement ¬
instatement tateatent In view of the t fact that thatPurnell thatDurue11 thatDurnehl
Purnell hats been restored to good stand standIng 8taDdIDS standlug
IDS the friends of McCaXferty say that It His ItIts ItIs
is but fair to accord to him similar treat treatment trMtt trMtDurnell treatritent ¬
ment mentDornell ritentDurnell t
Durnell was able it appears > to exert exertpowerful exertpoverful exertpowerful
powerful influence in his behalf hal whfle whfleMcCalferty whfleMccalferty J IeMcCaJrert7
McCalferty so far has been b en unable to tosecure toecwe tosecure
secure > the sight kind of a pulL pulLRUSSELLS pullRUSSELLS pulLRUSSELLS
RUSSELLS NEW IDEAS IDEASGraduate IDEASGrnclnute IDEASGraduate
Graduate Conch Makes Mnkc ChniiKCH in inGcorBetovrnn InGcor inGeorgetowns
GcorBetovrnn Gcor etoUntI Crew Policy PolicyRadical Poll PolicyRadicl C CRacJIcaJ
Radical changes m In the training trabsla poky pottcyof pokyoC policyof
of the Georgetown crew are being made madeby Jnadeby madeby
by Murray Russell Ii li the new gradu graduate graduate graduate ¬
ate coach coachCoach coaehCoIteb coachCcch
Coach Russell has Introduced cheat and andbreathing andt endbreatig
breathing t 3 exercises ac a feature at the thedaily tbeWb thedaily
daily work wor and in this innovation ht Otto he baa hasthe baathe baathe
the hearty support of Prof Joyce direc director director directotS ¬
tor of tIN gymnasium Russell has also alsoannounced litoi alsoannounced
i announced that in the future tutll rejpuar rejpuarpractice f9U1arpracUce rejulsrpractice
practice for every candidate will be com compulsory compUlaory cornpulsory ¬
pulsory A As the lb men report they the are be being be beIn belug ¬
lug In enrolled and with the exception of ofFriday oCFriday ofFriday
Friday every member of the squad IMI will willbe willbe lftl lftlbe
be compelled to be present each eachtia day or orbe orbe orbe
be dismissed from the squad squadSix squadSIx squadSix
Six new candidates have reported and andtwo audtwo andtwo
two of the most promising candidates candidateshave candklatnbave candidateshave
have withdrawn Ralph La Comnte ConaJllte Conny the tnesturdy thesturdy thesturdy
sturdy captain of last years tar Prep crew crewdeclares newdedare8 crewdeclares
declares that his studies will 111 force him htmto htmtoIve to togive togive
give up rowing Syd Mudd twice twicemember a amember amember
member of Poughkeepste crews crews who 110 last lastyear lastear lastyear
year ear could not row on account of the therbjedttons the1bJe the5bjeddonu
rbjedttons 1bJe tion of his parents is again con confronted conronted confronted ¬
fronted with the same dlftteulty and may maynotrow ma7not maynot
notrow not row this season The new men who whohave whohavi ho hohave
have reported are Buckley and Tlghe of oflast oflut ofInst
last falls football squad Reiily Fitz Fitzpatrick Fit Fitpatrlek Fltzpatrick
patrick and Tom Stuart of the George Georgetown GeoI1etown Georgetowle ¬
town class c crews crewsCHICAGO crewsI crewsCHICAGO
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CHICAGO WILL STICK STICKMaroons STIOKJlurooni STICKMaroons
Maroons Will nl Sot Be Influeircetl by ItyMichigans byJllcbignn byMichigans
Michigans Action ActionChicago ActiouChicaco ActionChicago
Chicago Jan 2L Notwithstanding ac action ac action acthou ¬
tion favoring favorl g a a withdrawal from tile Big BigNine m mNine BigNine
Nine Chicago C will stand pat Many of ofthe otthe ofthe
the students would like to sec Chicago Chicagoand ChtcaSOand Chicagoand
and Michigan draw out together and andform aAdform andform
form some sort of a dual relationship relationshipsuch reJatlonahlpaucb relationshipsuch
such as exists between Yale and Harvard HarvardIt
It is understood under tood that no such action will willbe willbe ill illbe
be taken by the Midway UdwaJ faculty which is isdefinite JdeIlnlte Isdefinite
definite in its intention to stay with the theconference theconference theconference
conference in spite of the fact that the theamendments theamendments themendmentz
amendments which the last conference conferencecast conferencecast conferencecast
cast out were initiated iniU ted by Chicago ami amithat aoothat an1that
that that taken altogether Midway teams are arethe arethe arethe
the hardest t hit by b the BigNine action actionChicago actionChIca80 actionChicago
Chicago was beaten in the contest for forthe forthe forthe
the reforms but will abide by b the wU of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the ruling < minority say the same faculty facultymen facultymen facultymen
men who indorsed the Maroon modifica modifications JROdUlcatlons modilicalions ¬
lions unanimously unanimous when they were put putbefore putbefore putbefore
before them They are letting Michigan Michigantake lt1Joh Michigantake Pft Pfttake
take the initiative What action win in be betaken betakeR betaken
taken by Chicago as a member of the theBig theBIg theBig
Big Eight EI bt that may be left is uncer uncertain Ulacertain uncertalu ¬
tain tainJOHNSON
JOHNSON AT HONOLULU HONOLULUColored HONOLULUColarcl HONOLULILColored
Colored heavyweight Confident Con fident of ofSuccexs ofSUCCCM5 ofSuccess
Success In Australia AustraliaHonolulu An5trnllnHonolulu AustraliaHonolulu
Honolulu Jan 21 2lJaclt Jack Johnson the thechampion thechampion thechampion
champion colored heavyweight pugilist pugilistwho pugilistwho pugilistwho
who recently left for the colonies on the theliner theltner theliner
liner Sonoma gave an exhibition of his hisability hisabJUt hisability
ability as a boxer while here here and made a agood aSOO agood
good impression Impre ion His impromptu go with withLamphler withLamphier withLamphier
Lamphier was much appreciated He put puton puton puton
on tho gloves Ioes simply to keep faith with withthe withth withthe
the th public which had been promised a abagpunching abagpunching abagpunching
bagpunching exhibition but was disap disappointed disappointed disappointed ¬
pointed because of o no platform being ob obtainable obtaInable ohtamable ¬
tainable As Johnson John50nw wts s leaving he said saidHave SttldHare saidHave
Have a bet on mo whenever I fight fightand ft fightand ht htand
and youll get a run foi fo your our money I Idont 1dont Idont
dont think Ill fight Peter ells Im go going goInt golog ¬
log to Australia to fight the best two men mentheyve mentheyve mentheyve
theyve got t but from what I hear hear Felix Felixdoesnt Felixdoeant Felixdoesnt
doesnt class If I beat Squires as I think thinkI
I will Illfor for hes not as clever as Tommy TommyBurns TommyBurns TommyBurns
Burns but has a harder kick kickIll Ill make makeany makpanY makeany
any concessions to meet Jeffries JeffriesYes Yes Ill Illeven Illever Illever
ever fight ft ht him winner take allWlllinm all aILVIlUant altWilliam
Wlllinm and Mary WinnerNewport Winner WinnerNewport VlnnerNewport
Newport News Jan 21 1WnUnm William and andMary andJiarJ andrary
Mary rary College defeated the th Newport News NewsY NowsY NewsY
Y M C A basketball team by IT to la laThis 10TI 10 10Thin
This was one of the State StatechumplonshIP StatechumplonshIPgames championship championshipgames championshipgames
games games William and Mary holds the best bestrecord bestrf bestrcord
record rf > to date having defeated boUt Uni University Unnr UnIverity ¬
verity nr ty of v r Virginia and Newport News Newst I
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INTERNATIONAL TENNIS TENNISAmerican TENNISAmerlcnn TENNISAmerican
American Players PJnerll Expected to Make MakeAnother MakeAnother Iake IakeAnotbcr
Another Hid for Trophy TrophyNew TrophyNew TrophyNew
New York York Jan 21 lTbat That tho United UnitedStates UnitedState UnitedStates
States National Lawn Tennis Association Associationha Associationhu Associationhag
ha hu let It be known in England that this thiscountry thIscountry tinsCountry
country would again In challenge this year yearfor YOO1tor yearfor
for the International Challenge Cup was wasindicated wn wnIndicllted wasindicated
indicated yesterday by one of the exports exportswho exportswho exportswho
who bad received from London the ap appointments RPpotntJDents appolntpnents ¬
pointments made by the English associa association assocIation associttion ¬
tion to direct the international matches matchesIn matchesIn matchesIn
In addition the Englishmen have ap appointed appointed ftppointed ¬
pointed an emergency committee so that thataireases thatlrouea thatIreaies
aireases < that arise which need immediate immediatedecision Immediatedeelmon immediatedecision
decision may be dealt with officially Tho ThoInternational ThoIntematSonal Thetnterizatknal
International match committee Is remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able In that It is composed of Britons who whoare whoare whoare
are actively engaged in playing the gam gamalthough game gaIIMalthough gamealthough
although It is regarded as significant that thatneither th8tneither thatneither
neither of the famous Doherty brothers brothersis
is placed on the committee committeeAlready committeeAlreAdy committeeAlready
Already the members of the executive executivecommittee executivecommittee executivecommittee
committee of the United States Associa Association AStoclaUon As ocht ochttloir ¬
tion have founded some of the mo mo prom prominent promInent prommost ¬
inent of the players pla a as to the possibility possibilityof poMlblUtot
of their making the trip to the English Englishcourts Englishcourts Englishcourts
courts The matter of the challenge and andthe andthe andthe
the method of raising ral tng the money for the theteams thet9ll1Jt8 theteams
teams expenses expen will form one of the theprincipal theprinel1 theprincipal
principal subjects of discussion dlMCut > n at tb tbannual the theannual theannual
annual meeting which is 1 but two weoks weoksoff W60kaoft wookoft
oft oftAt At the annual meeting the details of of offering offering ofcling ¬
fering the International cup for women womenplayers womeJtJIIaer womeniflayets
players are also scheduled sclu duled > to come before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the members of the association The TheEnglish TheEnl TheEnglish
English Enl l b women omen it is known are only onlytoo onlytoo onlytoo
too ready to visit this country and both bothMrs bothra bothMrs
Mrs ra and Mr George W Hlllyard who whoare Whoare whoare
tennis have de declared de decla dodared ¬
are leaders I aden in English En Ullh
dared cla their willingness to chaperon the thewomen thewomen thewomen
women who would form the English EngU t chal challenging challentng chaiIenging ¬
lenging team for the matches at Newport Newportor
or Tuxedo TuxedoWISCONSINS TuxedoWISCONSINS o oWISCONSINS
WISCONSINS CREW IS COMING COMINGBadgers COMINGB COIIIN COIIINBadgers
Badgers B dgers Will Once More Send Eight Eightto Eightto
to Poughkeepsie PoughkeepsieThere
There In Splendid Material at Mad Madison Mailmon Unt1lIion ¬
mon for Xed enl Ten Ityck the Xew XewRovriiifir XcwS XcwRowiniS ew ewRowing
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Madison X Win Jan 2tRo 2tRoecu 2LRoWia Rowtes pros proapacts prospOets
pacts at the University of Wtocooain Wlco are arebrighter arebriliuitor
brighter 1 than for years aro past despite the themanner theJDIUUIeI themanner
manner hi which th the nniveraUy authori authorities authorle aUtbOtIties ¬
ties have frowned upon athletics gen generally PGerall7 geeerfly ¬
erally It is now practically assured assuredthat uredthat auredthat
that Wtsconsins VIPuuan crew will have two big bigraces 1JI 1JIruts bigraces
races this year A contract has already alreadybeen alreadybeee airesdybeen
been dosed with the Syracuse snac University UniversityMendota Cnlver81t7teaIII Universitytease
teaIII to come W West for a race on Lake LakeNeftdota LakeMendota
Mendota on which the university fronts frontsbut trouuisbut frontshut
but Wisconsin will also cndovbtedly cMou go goEast 80Beat goEast
East for one mere year at least For Foryean For78US Foryears
yean past Wisconsin has traveled LOW LOWmiles 1 1JD 1O0lmiles
miles to row at Poughkeepsie against againstCornet asatutConMD againstCornell
Cornet Syracuse Pennsylvania Cohere Columbia COI COIbIa Coherebla ¬
bia bIa and Georgetown and though Wiscon Wisconsin S9sconsin coa coan ¬
sin n has always flfvred 4 prominently to tothe litthe Inthe
the races the Western We mstUutle has hasnever 11MUftI hasnovel
never been able to come to the front at atthe atthe atthe
the finish line lineOne UDeODe lineOne
One more chance will be taken La1Cell how however bowever however ¬
ever This spring it win be with another anothercoach aDOtbetcoach anothercoach
coach coach and probably under a 4 new system systemof systemof em emot
of rwtas Coach Edward H Ten Eye Eyehi JICk JICkaaxtoua Ityckis
hi anxious to test the tlWt prowess 110 prows of his new newcrew DeWcrew newcrew
crew against the crews of his lows ac acquaintapce acqualacace acqua1ntaice
quaintapce in the East The Syracuse Syracuserace STCUMrace Syracuserace
race in Wisconsin will be a test t of 01I Wisconsins Wis 19ecousins ¬
cousins coa real merits With a race against againstSyracuse sganat sganatSyratisse b tSnaeuee
I
Syracuse in the West and another contest conteston coetelltOft conteston
on the Hudson in the East Ea84 Wisconsin Wisconsinwttl WI8coDdnwilt Wisconsinwill
wilt be bettor able tf snow show what can be bedone bedae bedone
done with its material If it Is the Jour Journey jourM7 Journo ¬
ney no which ha baa caused cau t Wisconsin puree perennial pereaalai pureenl1 ¬
alai defeats defea Syracuse may be expected expectedto
to Call to snow in the Mendota race If it itto ttI ItIs
I to real merit or o rather lack of merit meritwhich meritwhleh meritwhich
which has resulted in the poor showing showingon <
on the Hudson the race on Meodota MeodotaLake M MLake MendotaLake
Lake will wtlltoI1 tell that story too The Syra Syracuse Syrarace Syracome ¬
come cuse race will be notable la another way wayIt wayIt wayIt
It It win be a test of family prowess prow as aswell aswell
well as the two coaches c are father and andCoach aDCITea aisdCoach
1 1work
Coach Ten Kyck yck has already aJna4 began beganwork begunwork
work with the Wisconsin ID boys boysThe boysTb I IThe
The Tb material for the university this 11 year yearto 7tarmore yearlo
to more promising than for years past pastThe pUt pUtTbe peatThe
The rowing rowln < department tJneDt has h the support supportof
of the faculty which laIch has a dislike for forfootball torfootball forfootball
football so the crew department d rtmeat will be befavored befILVOrec befyorcd
favored even v n if Wisconsin W eouIa becomes a for forgotten forIOU forgotten ¬
gotten IOU factor on the gridiron srtdllOli The lastyear last lastyears
years year freshman crew to aH on hand handready bandread handready
ready read to try for positions on the varsity varsitycrew VlUldtytor varsitycrew
crew for 1907 and there tber will be more than thanfifty tbaafifty thanSfty
fifty men out as candidates for the 1997 1997freshman 1Mfresbman l lfreshman
freshman crew The older men have pre prepared prepared propared ¬
pared these candidates for the tank by bypreliminary b7pretimlaary bypreliminary
preliminary instruction so the work of ofTen oCTen ofTen
Ten Eyck in weeding out the impossibles impossibleswill imposslueswill tbles tblesill
will ill be comparatively easy easyThe yThe easyThe
The holding of a race on Mendota Lake Laketo Lakean LakeIs
to an innovation which promises prom to be become e ecome jnecoin ¬
come coin a fixture Lake Mendota is the thefinest theftDe thefinest
finest t spot Ot for rowing contests in the theWest theW theWest
West W EIIIt near any university The proximity proximityof
of the university to the lake makes it a asimple Asimple asimple
simple matter for the Badgers B clers to find findgood ftndoocI findgood
good oocI accommodations for visitors and it itis itIs
is probable that next year yea r some other otherEastern otherEutern otherEastern
Eastern college probably Cornell or Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania will be invited to Join n Syracuse Syracusein SyracuSeIn
in the trip West WestThe WtThe WontThe
The Duluth Barge Club has h proposed proposedcontests proposedcontests ed edconteUi
contests with 1th the Wisconsin W I8con varsity men menhat men menbut menbut
but no arrangements arran menti have been definitely deftnltel deftnlteldtscu
discussedBROWNS discussed discussedBROWS ed edBROWNS
BROWNS OUTLOOK GOOD GOODProvidence GOODPrllelencc GOODPreinlence
Providence Prllelencc Collegians CoUe lnJl Expect to toHave toIIn tohave
Have IIn c it Strong Stron Ball Team TeamProvidence lenmPro1den renniProvidence
Providence R R L I Jan 2L flTile The baseball baseballoutlook bIl baseballoutlook ebaU ebaUoutlook
outlook at Brown University points to as asstronx ustrong asstrong
strong a team the coming season as 5 last lastand last lastand lastand
and Brown had as strong tron a team as asthere asthere asthere
there was in the colleges coIl last year yearThe yearThe eal ealThe
The team is practically intact for 1997 1997It 1O7It 50 50It
It not only has excellent individual ma material material matetial ¬
terial but will have the additional ad advantage Rdvanta advantage ¬
vantage vanta e of having bavln played together for forseveral forievent forseveral
several seasons Tilt Tt and Paine the thecrack thecrack thecrack
crack battery are still in college and andhave andhave antIhave
have played together for three years yearsThey yearsThey ears earsThey
They are both 91 T men as are hired Blrodfirst Elrodfinlt hiredfirst
first base Jones J second base Dickin Dickinson Dlckin8On Dickinson ¬
son shortstop Hamilton third base bAse and andKeene andKeene andKeene
Keene of the outfield Pryor and Denny Dennyare Demtyare Dennyare
are the other outfielders out leJders the one 06 us the theother tiltother theother
other f and both have played pl yed on the thevarsity thevanlty thevarsity
varsity team teamIloiv teamRo tmRow
Row Ro Over StarnuRlc StarnuRlcThere StnrnuJIcThfre StarnngleThere
There is a row on in the Western WesternLeague WtesternLeague estern esternLeApe
League over the sate by Lincoln of ofCatcher ofCatcb ofCatcher
Catcher Catcb r Starnagle S e to Altoonn Pa C Can CanUlloft Cantillon n ntilton
tilton wants w nts Starnagte Starna to go with 1th the theMinneapolis theMinneapolis theMinneapolis
Minneapolis club and nd if he delivers the thegoods th thIn thegoods
goods In the American Association he hewill hewill hewill
will be brought to Washington to help helpthe helpthe helpthe
the Nationals staff of backstops backstopsPcunConicll backstopsPennCorncH bckstopsPennCornell
PcunConicll Fourmile Race RacePhiladelphia RI RacePhiladelphia cc ccPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Jan 21 lPemsrlvania Pennsylvania and andCornell amlCornll andCorn
Cornell Corn hI will meet here in a fourmile fourmilerelay fourmiler fourmilerelayrace
relay r relayrace lay race on Washingtons Birthday BirthdayiSIVilLE BirthdaySMILE BirthdaySM1LE
SMILE AT SAMS SAMSDont
Dont Fait to Try His HisDIAMOND HiaDIAMOND
DIAMOND I RY RY1FQt j
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I I IJ pe BS BUFFET BUFFETI 5 5i
I Special Deliveries DeliveriesSAM D PolivericiLSAM
i LSAM SAM JSTEiNBERGERasndw6l J JWGEfl STEINBERGER dWD onor8t ° tr
flILLEBMP TO STAY STAYFormer STAYFormer STAYFormer
Former Princeton Star May MayPlay MayPlay MayPlay
Play with Nationals NationalsCANTILEON NationalsCANTILLON NationalsCANTILLON
CANTILLON WORKING ON HIM HIMNevr HIMXC HIMNew
New XC MnnrtKcr HopeS to He Able to toGet toGet toGet
Get Crack Pitcher to Leave Hunch Hunchand Rnnchnnel Ranchand
and Play Ball DnIlXutlonnls Nationals Have Not NotWaivcred SotVnheretl NotWahered
Waivcred on Joe Bean Who ho Has HasBeen lIulIDccn hitslinen
Been Offered Job nt Jersey City Cityho CityTho CityThe
The ho Washington shlngton management has not notyet notyet notyet
yet given up hope tOpe of o getting Doe HiHe HiHeUrand Hillebrand HIilebrand
brand to play in this city next summer summerSome summerSome summerSome
Some time ago a no waivers were asked on onthe onthe onthe
the former Princeton captain In order to tofeel tofeel tofeel
feel out the other American League dubs eJubsand dubsand elubsand
and if possible have the pitcher ready read In Incase Incue Incase
case some deal might be b put through throughwith tbrougb1th throughwith
with 1th a National League team New York Yorkhas Yorkhas Yorkhas
has positively po refused to give up its right rightto right rightto rightto
to tho player and the local board of ofstrategy oCatrategy ofstrategy
strategy has decided that if Hlllebrand Hlllebrandplays Hillebrandplaya Uwebrandplays
plays ball during the coming season n it itwill ItwlJl itwill
will be In Washington ID ton under Joe Can CanUtOll CanUlion Cantillon
UtOll UtOllSince UlionSince tillonSince
Since the refusal of the Highlanders to towaiver totver towaiver
waiver tver Cantillon has been working in inthe Inthe Inthe
the hope of getting Hfllebrand H lebrand to tochange tochanlft tochange
change his mind and report with itb the theNationals theNaUona theNationals
NaUona Nationals for spring training tralnln When the theexTiger tbeexTIger theoxTiger
exTiger signed good the Washington n contract contracthe contracthe contracthe
he was head coach of the Princeton base baseball bueban baseball ¬
ball and football teams at a fancy falie figure figureso ftguieH Ogureso
so when the season came around he de decided de decided docldeil ¬
cided that he did not want to play ba t is isthte i itbla inthis
this city cityLast ettyLut cityLeaf
Last Spring Princeton decided to make makea
a complete change in her coccbtae lr aye ayetern ys ystera a atUD
tern tUD and Hilleurand was dropped and andRoper andRoper andRoper
Roper and Coegrove were r named as his hissuccessors Idsen b bsuccessors
successors en IDDI1I at the bead of tire two meet meetimportant mMtIlDJIOrtant meetImportant
important branches of athletics at the theuniversity theualvenfty theuniversity
university With his coaching position positionone PMltIottaone positionzone
zone one HiHebrand returned to his ranch in inNorth InNorth InNorth
North Dakota where be has spent PMtt the thegreater thegreatr thegreatrr
greater part of the time alace leaving leavingPrinceton JeavtncPrInceton leavingPrinceton
Princeton Last summer he played a acouple 2lcouple acouple
couple of months with a dub in the Ver Vermont Vermont Vermoat ¬
mont outlaw league and did good work workIf workIt workIf
If Cantles succeeds In getting et Hille Hillebrand HUIebnuMi Hill Hillbrand
brand to report It will give the Nationals Nationalsa
a big bI boost t as he is I generally U7 considered eonaideredthe eanflld eanflldbe consideredthe
the best pitcher developed on the college collegediamond coIIeaedialllODd collegediamond
diamond In a number of years yearsContrary yeersContrary yearsContrary
Contrary to reports Washington Vaalda has hasnot buIIOt hasnot
not waived on Joe Bean the Eastern BaatemLeague EutenII EasternLeague
I League taAeMer who was drafted at the theclose theeI theclass
close eI of last Mason Bean has been of offered offered offored ¬
fered a good berth as a manager of the theJeney theJ theJersey
Jersey J ft8e7 City crab chlb and be WIll probably be beallowed beaJlowecl beallowed
allowed to accept the Job hut t ac yet yetnothinc 7etftOthtnc yetnothing
nothing has been done to the matter tter by bythe bythe bythe
the local management managementWhen JllDA managementWhen elDeDt elDeDtWbea
When Bean was drafted it was not notwith DOtwit notwith
with wit the intention of pitying < him to thin thtecity tta ttaelt thincity
city elt but to order to have him to figure ftsurefa figureIn figureto
to a deal The Nationals intend to turn turnover tunaover turnover
over to the Kansas City team an to toflelder In Ineeldel inlielder
flelder to take the place of Nig N Per Perrtee Per118e Perrine
rtee and It was the th intention to allow allowthe allowtbe allowthe
the Western eMfta club clu to take Bean Deaa but if he hesucceeds hetn hesucceeds
succeeds to getting < the place as manager managerat nuuuaprat managerat
at Jersey City he will be allowed to re remain re remain remain ¬
main in the Eastern EaaterltGeoawe League LeagueGeorge LeagueGeorge
George Tebeau one of the Western Westernmagnates We Western Westernmagnates tel1 tel1tea
magnates tea was to this city hut week for fora fora or ora
a conference CODfe ce With President Noyes Noy and andall andall andall
all matters connected with 1th the Perrine Perrinedeal PerrinecJea1 Perrtnedeal
deal were adjusted in a manner rends satisfactory rendsfactopy tt tttactol ¬
factory to all parties While tebeau re regrets re recreta regreta ¬
greta the loss of Perrine who ho was u a aminor aJ81Dor amhonr
minor league star of the first magnitudehe magnitude e elie
he believes that he will have a aream winningteam winning winningteam
team to Kansas Ka City next summer summerAs summerAs
HIIUDftI I
As a nue rule a jack at all trades Is good goodat goodat goodat
at none noae but there are exception u to this tblaIa thishi thisto
to every line of boniness and the utility utilityman utDttyIDaJI utilityman
man of baseball is a shining example exampleThree exJBpIeI1ane exampleThree
Three attainments are absolutely abIoIuteIyUal essen essential essestini ¬
tial to a utility player pIa7 He must be able ableto ableto ableto
to JIIIay nay y the Infield the outfield lad be a agood aSeod ag
good Seod g hitter Without bout either of these he hehi beno heII
hi no good to a team teamRoger wamJto teamRogue
Roger er Bresnahang Bfte career te probably probablythe PIObablythe proliablythe
the most unique of all 41 the aOround aDrotmdhe men menas menas
as he has played every position po on a club cluband elub eluband clubarid
and has played them welL Roger R first firstentered ftrsteat firstentered
entered eat the big bI league as a pitcher for the theWashington theWaelalacton theWashington
Washington Club A year or so after afterward afterward afterward ¬
ward he was playing with Baltimore BaltimoreYou BalUlMreYou BaltimoreYou
You You ought to make a good catcher catcherMcGraw catcherMcGraw14 catcherMcGraw
McGraw McGraw14 said to Brenahaa one day when whenthe wbeltthe whenthe
the catching catc force was crippled c ppled Sup Suppose Sop Suppose Soppose
pose you go In and try It KBresnahan ItDreaa itBresuahan
Bresnahan Dreaa an went behinClbe bat and did didso dttIell dIrtso
so well ell that he has never never pitched since sinceSoon 8InceSo8n sinceSees
Soon after he came to New York Mc Mc6raw McGraw McGraw
Graw was in need of a good third base baseman bueman baseman ¬
man arid as Devlin had not yet devel developed developed develo ¬
oped o he sent Roger to the third sack sackThere uckThere sackThere
There he also o made good Later be play played pla7ed played ¬
ed the outfield In every position Bresna Bresnahan Breanahaa Bresnahan ¬
han has ha been able to master the situation situationJoe situationJoe situationJoe
Joe Yeager of the Highlanders HI blaJHlers is an another another another ¬
other ball player of varied attainments attainmentsHe
He aura also started out as a pitcher pi teher but his hisprowess his1KOees hisprowess
prowess with the bat soon forced him into intothe Intothe intothe
the field and d he has since played every everyposition everyposition everyposition
position except ex pt that of catcher catcherSammy catcherSammy catcherSammy
Sammy Strange true worth orUa was not notappreciated ootappreciated notappreciated
appreciated until McGraw secured him himfrom himfrom himfront
from Brooklyn three years ago a The TheGiant TheGiant TheGiant
Giant manager malUl r saw a great future for forStrange t forStrange > 1 1Stnua
Strange Stnua e as a utility man and it has hasproved haaproved hasproved
proved fortunate for Sammy as well welltie ag agthe a ate
the club Iub Strange has never pitched or oreught ordught orcitught
eught but has repeatedly played every everyother everyother everyother
other position on the club and with all allthese AUUtese altthese
these changes cha he led the club during the theseason tbseaWJn theseason
season just closed in batting batUn with 1th A per percentage percentAfe percentage ¬
centage of ofFrank SIS SISFrank 311Frank
Frank Isbeil of the champion White WhiteSox WhiteSox WhiteSex
Sox is another allround player and with withit wiOtIt withIt
it all is considered the best batter b Uer on the theclub theclub theclub
club Izzy says he can pitch some sometoo sometoo sometoo
too but his hitting is too valuable to towaste toWftSte towaste
waste on a pitcher pitcherIn pltCMIIn pitcherIn
In Cincinnati they have a great utility utilityman utJlltyman utilityman
man in Lobert Io rt He can not only play playany playany playany
any of the positions but can run bases baseslike basesUke baseshike
like a deer deerProbably deerProbabl deerProbably
Probably the greatest allround player playerIn
In the business however is Ha Hares s Wag Wagner Wagncr Va Vanero ¬
ncr nero of Pittsburg Plt lbur He H can play any post position posttIon postJon ¬
tion in the Infield or outfield as well as asanybody asanybody asanybody
anybody and claims to be able to pitch pitchand pitchand pitchand
and catch though nobody has seen him himtry himtry himtry
try it He first entered the major league leagueranks leagueranklS leagueranks
ranks as 8 an outfielder for Louisville but butby butby hutby
by an accident he was called in to play playshortstop playshortstop playshortstop
shortstop at Pittsburg Pltts one day d da and from fromthat fromthat fromthat
that time on stuck hard and fast fastAfter fastS fastAfter fastfter
S
After fter all that hag been been said and done doneand doneJnd doneand
and threatened there is no immediate immediatedanger ImmediatedAnger immediatedanger
danger of an alarming AJarmln slashing of base baseball basebftll basebali ¬
ball salaries Not even the great Amer American AmerIcan Amerlean ¬
ican game can be made so absolute a atrust atrust atrust
trust that tba t a man can be kept long ong on a a58COO aIroo aL0
58COO L0 salary snlftr by one club when another anotherclub another anotherclub anotherclub
club is willing and anxious to pay him him54SJW himUSDO him4Sio
54SJW 54SJWMoreover USDOMoreover 4Sio 4SioMoreover
Moreover the magnates are not fools foolsThey foolsThe foolsThey
They The know how powerful a magnet In Inwheedling InwheedUn inwheedling
wheedling wheedUn the dollars into the box office officeis officeis officeIs
is the knowledge knowled e of the fans that there thereare thereare thereare
are men on the clubs pay roll who are nrepaid arepaid arepaid
paid as high as 50 50 a game A club whose whosesalary whososalan whosesalary
salary list is known to be 60000 0O0 a year 001 is ismore Ismore ismore
more than twice as alluring anurln an attraction attractionas
as one that pays out only 30000 30000There 30000 30000There 30000There
There is no seate sen and less argufnent in inthe Inthe Inthe
the assertion millions of times reiterated reiteratedthat reiterated reiteratedthat reiteratedthat
that a ball player who commands J6COO 600 or orseo0
8 8000 OO a season couldnt earn 16 a a week at atanything atanything atanything
anything else eC5e There are singers who wlienre wlienrepaid luJftre luJftrepaid n re repaid
paid llMO leoo a night and there are artists artistswho artistswho artistswho
who get get0 MO or t 10O OM for a single paint painting pulntJng pointIng ¬
ing who ho couldnt earn caf1 their board by tiny 8nyj tinyI ny
I j
other means That they do get big money moneyshows moneysbows moneyshows
shows that they are letterperfect in their theirparts theirptirts theirparts
parts and are worthy of their hire hireTho hireTho hireThee
Tho ball playon who Is worth a fancy fancysalary fancysalaf fancysalary
salary will generally get It It The prosper prosperous prosperous prosperone ¬
ous club owners of the major leagues loaguescould loaguecould leaguescould
could adopt no surer method of putting puttingtho puttJngtho puttingtho
tho goose with the golden egglaying egglayinghabit egglayinghabit egglayinghabit
habit out of business forever orever than by byruthlessly byruthlessly byruthlessly
ruthlessly slashing the salaries of the themon themen I Imon
mon who have lifted the game me to the theamazing theamazing I Iamazing
amazing standard of popularity It now nowoecuples nowoecuples nowoecuples
oecuples oecuplesBALLPLAYEE oecuplesBALLPLAYER oecuplesBALLPLAYERASKS
BALLPLAYER BALLPLAYERASKS ASKS 25000 25000Clinrles 2OOOCharles I ICllnrlclJ
Charles S Abbey DrinK Suit Against ApalnutRailway ArnlnftRlllhvuy AgainstRailway
Railway Company CompanyCherlos CompanyCharles I
Charles S Abbey a former member of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the Washington ball team entered suit suitagainst 8uilagalnt suitagainst
against the Anacostia and Potomac River RiverRailroad Rlv RiverRailroad r rRanroad
Railroad Company yesterday to recover recoveroo0
5000 26009 oo0 damages for alleged personal personalserious personalserious personalserious
serious and permanent injuries injuriesAbbey InjunesAbboy injuriesAbbey
Abbey who Is termed by his attorneys attorneysMadclox attorneysMaddox attorneysMaddox
Maddox Gntley GfittO as a professional profe lonal base baseball basebAlJ baseball ¬
ball player pl er claims that on January 30 3 of oflast oflast oflast
last year ear he was tiS walking along Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylnla Pennsylvanis ¬
vania nla avenue near Fourteenth street streetearly streetCArlY streetearly
early in the morning while It was W S yet yetdark yetdark yetdark
dark He afcitas 8tnl a he saw a car approach approachIng aJtproacbIng approachbig
Ing from fte west and supposing 1Jppo tng it was wasslackening wuMackenfn wasslackening
slackening speed he attempted to cross crossthe CIOBSthe crossthe
the track Mr Ir Abbey claims that In Instead Instead instead ¬
stead of decreasing decre 51ng the speed of the car carwas carwas carwas
was increased and did not stop as he hethought bethougbt hethought
thought it would By trying to avoid tie titeoncoming tieoncoming t7ieoncoming
oncoming car Mr Abbey alleges he heslipped helIpped heslipped
> slipped In a depression depre slon beside the track trackand trackand trackand
and fell violently to the ground his l left lftarm leftarm ft ftarm
arm falling under the car thereby get getting getUn getthig ¬
ting Un mangled and mashed to such an ex extent extent cxtent ¬
tent that amputation was necessary
ROASTS FOR FO MICHIGAN MICHIGAN1Ve MICHIGANVetern MICHIGANWestern
1Ve Western tern Papers Say Sn Mean Things ThineAliont TbI ThingsAbout l1I l1IAbout
About Wol WOlSriite Vol 5riite rlJ1e Practice PracticeTha prnctIcellTit
Tha Tit TE report that Dan Kelley KeUe the 935 935second 9 35 35MCOftd 34second
second sprinter of Oregon is to onter th thUniversity the tIHUniversity theUniversity
University of Michigan has called c forth forthsome torth1tOm forthseine
the of ofother ofother ofether
some 1tOm biting remarks from press
other college towns of o the Middle Went Wentwhose Westwhose Vettt Vetttwhse
whose colleges have met defeat at the thehands thebandti thebands
hands of the Wolverines The latest is isfrom Isfrom Isfrom
from a Minneapolis paper which has liasrather hasrather hasrather
rather taken take to heart the victories of ofMichigan ofilehlgan ofMichigan
Michigan over the University of Min Minnesota Mm MmDenote nn nnDetIOta ¬
Denote and whicfa w r relieves Heves its soul as asfollows asfollows asfollows
follows followsMichigan followsMlehtsan followsMichigan
Michigan has a i great and attractive attracUvccourse attractivecourse
1 course of study > that lures husky young youngmen youngmen youngmen
men away way from the th lights and the lure of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cities to the calm dispassionate life lifein lifeIn lifehi
in Ann Arbor with Its box socials candy candypullioe candypulUD candypullings
pullioe Sunday school picnics mis missionary mis misIdonary misglonary ¬
sionary teas te i and kindred dissipations diseipationsIn dts Ip t1o s sIn
In Ann Arbor the young man who smokes smokescigars 5mok smokescigars s seisars
cigars is looked upcu up up is s a reckless young youngdevil youngde youngdevil
devil de treading tre6dln the broad path to eternal eternalregret eternalre eternalregret
regret re ret but iull still the town draws such suchchaps Buchebap suchchaps
chaps as While Ulle Heston who ho quit wicked wickedI wickedSan 1ekeds
I San Francisco eo for the pure sweet life of ofj ofADn ofAnn
j Ann Arbor and Brother Heston was soon soonripping HnrIPping soonrtiping
ripping up the football lines when Apostle ApostleYoet ipo ApostleYost Ue UeT
Yoet T o led ion his band of loftybrowed loftybrowedscientist Joft7browedita loftybrewedscientists
scientist ita out of the Ann Arbor sanctu sanctuary 5 sanctuary ctu ctuaO ¬
ary to Oe battle with the opponents opponentsJohnny opponentsJobny opponentsJohnny
Johnny Garrete the beet allrouni allrouniathlete allrounlaUdet aUrounlathlete
athlete In the West W hi said W U o > have been beenliving beenUvmg beenliving
living the riotous life of a a printers devil devilhi devIlIn devilin
In a Detroit type shop when Fielding Yost Yostinduced Y YostInduced t tInduced
induced him to reform and become becomestudent i istudent Lstudent
student of o Keene Fitzpatrick and the theother th thotbr theother
other great literary and scientific nUftc old oldmasters oldenr oldmasters
masters enr at Ann Arbor Michigan Je a appears appearsto
to be the educational magnet to draw the theyoung thcyoung theyoung
young men of th the land specially the thebroad ttlebroad thebroad
broad shouldered and sinewy legged va variety variety variety
riety The T e still scholastic air of Ann AnnArbor AnnArbor AnnArbor
Arbor appeals to the weary athletic pil pilgrims p11grinis ¬ I Ir1mI
grims r1mI who seek to find a resting re Un place placeThey placeThey I ITMy
They may come in and attempt to eat eatboiled ea eatbelied t
boiled beans with their knives and may maydegrade maytable maydegrade I
degrade table napery to the common level levelof levelof levelof
of the handkerchief but the course of ofstudy OfKud7 oftiidy
study soon tames down any little dining diningroom dlntn dlntnroom diningmorn
room barbarities such as stormy storm Jordan Jordanpointed JonlanpoLned Jordanpointed
pointed out outMichigan outJchlaa outMichigan
Michigan is doing a great and growing growingeducational growingeducational i iedueatloDal
educational work She is the chocolate chocolatecaramel chocolatecaramel I ICAIJUlWI
caramel to the brazing bn athletic like of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the dust e who seek to cultivate their brain brainas bratlas brainas
as well as their brawn bra Vive la Ann AnnArbor AnnArbor nn nnArbor
Arbor ArborWhen ArborWhen
ArborWhen
When the conference committee reads readsthis readdthis readsthis
this Michigan Oc n may ma reasonably reuoaabl expect to tolose toIo8e tolose
lose a few more good athletes via reform reformregulations reformreru1aUou reformregulations
regulations regulationsTRIALS reru1aUouTRIALS regulationsTRIALS
TRIALS FOR RELAY TEAM TEAMGeorgetown TEAMGcorgctown TEAMGeorgetown
Georgetown Runners n Will Ili Contest Contestfor Contestfor Contestfor
for Place 1I ees on Four FonrTrial IourTrIals FourTrials
TrIals Trial for ferUM the Georgetown relay team teamvfhich teamhlch teamnhlch
vfhich hlch will be b sent to Richmond Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day will ill be held today todayAbout todaybOut todayAbout
About fifteen men will run in the trials trialsthe trialsthe trialsthe
the most prominent of whom are Capt CapeJoe CaptJoe CaptJoe
Joe Montgomery Mont of hut years relay relayfour relayfour relayfour
four exOpt Sullivan O dBoyle Boyte half halfback baJfbAek halfback
back on the footbal team Spaalding and andReiily aDdReUb andReilly
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