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I7 fi V fi L Tigers Win W rn Championship A After Wolgast Battle Ignore Ig Pimlicos D Dates tes
Clearance of Broken BrokenLotsof
350 and 400 Shoes ShoesEmbracing ShoesAt ShoesAt
At 295 295Embracing 295Embracing
Embracing Patent Colt Gun Metal Ietal Button and Blucher BlucherStyles BlucherStyles BlucherStyles
Styles They are all the new models of Teck Shoes Shoesand Shoesandn Shoesandnothing and andnothing
nothing n thing else els elsebut but the lines are broken hence the clear clearance clearance clearance ¬
ance You Y 011 may find your size in exactly what you want wantcertainly wantcertainly wantcertainly
certainly in one of the styles stylesHeadtoFoot stylcsHeadtoFoot stylesHeadto
Headto HeadtoFoot Foot Outfitters Ninth and the Avenue AvenueHOW AvenueHOW AvenueHOW
Boneheaded Play Put the Philadelphia Athletics AthleticsOut AthleticsOut AthleticsOut
Out of Running for the Championship
Why they nicknamed him Daredevil DaredevilDave DaredeUlJa Daredevil11ace
Dave lJa n > says sas a Detroit paper has never neverbeen neverbe neverbren
been be clearly e established tabliabel Some say that thata
a Chicago newspaper newspaper man first catted him himthat himtJ1at himthat
that because he was anything but a dare daredevil darelvil darerevil ¬
devil while hUe others otbVs cite some timid met incident ine inedent metdent ¬
dent in the career ClLl er of Mr Ir Alter as a the theiauae thelause thecause
cause for the name but anyway he is iscalled JsaliI iscaile4
called that tbat and be 8 likes like it itFor itFor itFor
For a few weeks llat fall they tM called canedI calledhim caUd1lm
him I m Bonehead Dar DAl4 for forji6ttin getting the theDaredevil theDardvn theDaredevil
Daredevil application applleat He succeeded succeededin
in establishing such an elegant t alibi that thatthey tbatthy thatthey
they forgot it antI returned to the Ire Iredevil Dare Daredevil DaredfII ¬
devil devilAt dfIIAt devil devilAt
At the Mme tIMe Um Mr Attiser has hasinto gone boneinto goneinto
into baseball history bIalor aa the man who whomaterially who1I1Jltfrtally whomaterially
materially helped Detroit lit landing an Ing a athird 8third athird
third pennant hy committing a bit of ofstupfd oftupM ofatupd
stupfd work and getting etU away with itIn it itIn It ItIn
In All lib HL Glory GloryWhen Glor GlorWhfn GloryWhen
When the Tigers and White Sox met metin netin l lIn
in Buffalo a few months ago o returning returningfrom returningfrom returningfrom
from their Eastern lUitern Jaunt to Detroit to toplay top18 toplay
play p18 the th last regularly re larly scheduled game gamehf gameher ame amehfr
hf her > r < Mr Ir Altiaer Alt It er r wa wu the th most prominent prominentmember prOllliMntm
member m > mber of the Chicago party partyPopular partyPopular partyPopular
Popular He certainly was ILL His blunder blunteretas blunderwas blunderas
was as still rather rath r removed from the public publicr pubUcaiI publicand
and r > he had a chance to gloat over those thoseuho thMeIoho thoseu
uho u ho had accused a < 5641 him lIe was wearing wearingcnr wearln wearlnnr wearingne <
cnr nr of thoee fuzzy hats ha that day and andalso andalso andalso
also a pair of suede 1e shoes and Charley CharleyoLearv CharleyttIary r y yOVan
oLearv said he had seen nothing nolh1a like likethem Jtkethttm likethem
them on any Itn save the feet of women and andgirls andir1j andgirls
girls ir1j Rut Mr AUiaer had a right ri bt to towear topar towear
wear par what A hat he pleased and to walk as ashe a ahp ashe
he pleased p1f1 > a and smile mlJe a smile of selfatisfaetion self selfsatisfaction iIeIfatbfadlon
satisfaction satisfactionAVhht
AVhht hht AVna o Ifispculcd gpcctedWhen IfispculcdWhen I xlwctctlWhen
When Chicago came to Philadelphia to tobegin tob tobegin
begin b hjn the series that t at deckled d cid > d the Amer American A AkAn American ¬
ican league Iof > ague championship Connie M MtI1 MtI1mn MneksmPn ckx ckxm
m mn n appeared to still have a chance nee at atth atth atthe
th the < pennant But it was wa up to the Ath Athletics Athletrs Athletrs ¬
letrs to give the White Sox a tremendous tremendoustrimming tTemeD4oustrimmln tremendoustrimming
trimming trimmln to accomplish the feat There Therevvrro Therecro ThereMere
Mere cro five games to beplayed be played ami ° Mack Mackexpected Mackpxpected Mackexpected
expected to take four of theseThe these theseThe t1MRThe
The game in which wh h Alttaer pulled off offthe 0tilA offtine
the prize blunder of the season son was w the thefirst thetrst theflrst
first of the crucial series seriesThe serl serlThp seriesThe
The last ast half of the ninth inning Innln flaw arswthe flawthe awth
the th s store ore 1 to 1 Philadelphia came to bat batWalsh bata1sh batWalsh
Walsh a1sh was pitching for Chicago ChJea o and andPlank andPlank andPlank
Plank for the Athletics Both had put putup putup putup
up a magnificent game but an Collins Collinscame Collincame Collinscame
came to bat Walsh fearing fMrln the Eastern Easternslugger Eastern1usgtr Eaaternslugger
slugger walked him Baker stepped at pped up upand upand upand
and surprised Walsh by b hitting htUln a short shortsingle ahortsingle shortsingle
single Two men on no one out and andHarry aadHarry andHarry
Harry Davis at bat batJakey batJake batJakey
Jakey Jake Atz was playing plaln right field and andthats andthats andthats
thats where Davis hit a sharp single singleCollins sin singleCollins le leCo11ins
Collins had a good start toward third thirdeasily thirdeasily thirdeasily
easily made that that and started start for the theplate thepIate theplate
plate It looked easy 1 for Collins but butBob butBob butBob
Bob Ganley coaching on third suddenly suddenlysignaled suddenlysignaled ld enly enlyl5ignaled
signaled Collins to stow w up for Ata Atathrew Authrw Atzthrew
threw to Fred Payne and Altizer who whowas whowas whowas
was playing first saw n w the ball be It coming coningtoward comingtoward cominStowRrd
toward home h jumped up afd and stopped JL JLWhen itlen It Itllien
When len Altizer caught c u bt the th ball Collins Collinswas Collinsas Collinswas
was as about twenty feet off third toward towardthe towardtbe towardthe
the plate plat Baker was on his way to third thirdand thir1and thirdand
and Davis Da1 was wa making for second secondStnrUOoul second5tnrts ond ondStart
StnrUOoul Start nou1 Ooulle > le Piny PinyAltizer Illn IllnAltIzer 1lnyAitlzer
Altizer whipped the ball tc Parent who whotouched whotouched ho hotouched
touched Davis out Collins saw a chance chanceto
to sprint home but Parent whipped whip the thebnll thehll thebn
bnll bn 11 to Payne and Freddie touched Col Collins CollIns Collins ¬
lins out as he mime sliding lIdln to the plate plateThat IlateThat plateThat
That made it two out and Baker safe safeon tcIn safeon
on third Dfesrated eel and desperate Baker Bakerwho Bakerwho Bakerwho
who had aJfgjondid tdkl lead tried to steal stealhome SleA SleAhome stealhnme
home on HuEbrct Xt ball Walsh pitched pitchedBij1 pitchedIIJ11Iarne pitchedehd
Bij1 IIJ11Iarne Payne ny nySltl Q ed him out retiring the theslolp thesilp
Sltl slolp slolpThere silpThere
There WAS one man out In the first half halfof halfor halfof
of the tenth when 01100 Payno singled Walsh Walshwrs Walshx Yalshys
wrs x s thrown out on a grounder allowing allow allowing aUowIn ¬
ing In Payne to reach second Altizer was wasup wuup wasup
up and as Plank pitched plt bed the first ball ballto btlllto ballto
to Daredevil Dave Payne P started 8tart for forthird for forthird forthird
third Altizer Altla Altf r took a healthy awing at atthe atthe atthe
the ball and connected rapping out a asingle asingle
single 2 which scored Payne making the thescore thescore thescore
score 2 to 1 in Chicagos favor favorThe favorThe favorThe
The reassurance the lead gave Walsh Watahli Walsh1s VAlshr VAlshII
li Is the favorite favoritelight favoriteJlght favoritelight
light beer of most mostgood mostgood
Ii Oya I good judges In a nclass adass aclass
class to itself as asfar asPIli asfar
PIli PH PHvor I s n far as quality fla flavor fJavor fla ¬
vor vor and body bod are areconcerned arcn areconcerned
concerned n erned Have a aABXEUlJItrRY aABNEUUnrny aABNERIILIRY
ABXEUlJItrRY case QS deliveredBREWIN delivered deliveredBREWING dflt fOd fOdBnEVIXG
BREWING CO a 1 dug 9175 9175PHOXE t tJlIIO tib tib1IIONE
JlIIO PHOXE E W 133 43 o Bottle rebate oOc
CU1St caused him to tighten up in the last half halfof haltof I IoC
of the tenth and he held the Athletics Athleticsscore Athleticsscorol Athleticsscoreless
score scorol scoreless
lacks 1lnek lien Lose Joletack LoseMacks loscMacks
Macks tack m men n were eo dlsgwsUd dlgU tod over the themisfortunes thentirCNtunes themisfortunes
misfortunes they had encountered that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they lost the next game It was the thepsychological tbepsCblloslcal thepsychological
psychological effect of AJtiiers play playprobably playprobably playprobably
probably mote than anything any thins that beat beatthem b beattheta t ttMIn
them They believed they were hoodooed hoodooadand hoodooedaJMl hoodooedand
and could not beat Chicago Chtc o by any anymeans anymeau anymeans
meansAt means meansAt meauAt
At that the ninth looked as though it itbeW Itboid itbold
bold nothing but victory for f r Msfcks f i ks k seenI3ad men menHud meaHad
Hud Altiaer not stopped the throw to th thplate thp the theplate
p plate Collins would have scored 5cor d and andhad andhad andhad
had h he scared red a different closing ele chapter chapterto cit 1 1to
to the tla baseball history of Doe 406 might have havebeen haY haYbeen havebeen
been recorded recordedAfter reeordcdfter recordedAfter
After fter the game me they asked as oc1 Daredevil DaredevilDave DttrodevtlDave DaredevilDave
Dave why he had stopped that threw to totne tothe tothe
the plate Here was his reply replyWhat replyWhlt replyWhat
What do you want to throw to the theniate thephte theplate
plate for Couldnt get et him anyway anywayand aJlywayand anywayand
and I could get et Davis Is Might Ught have e one oneout on onout oneout
out and one run Instead of one o run and andnone aDdnone andtone
none out Haint I right rightSPORTING rithtSPORTING rightSPORTING
As K we predicted last week w k Harry Mur Murphy 1lurphy Murphy ¬
phy was elected captain of Georgetowns Georgetownsbaseball Georgetonbuebal GeorgetowarBaseball
baseball team t m Murphy should make nMlk a asterling at astarling
sterling t lia loader leader Heres to hhnThe him himThe htmThe
The three Wg b6 local 001 indoor meets ate ateI seerunning re rerunning
I running 11IItI n a dead h beat at t in Ute publicity rae raeat race raceat r es esIlt
at present presentTech gentTech Neftf NeftfI NeftfTtd
Tech always a1U atsrti a hMfcetteM b K Keacb t t eft efteach UR UReach
each eacb year oer jrtay flays tw two same sa and wl tUt tUttl fish fishdbbanshtr inekdfanjantls
dfanjantls dbbanshtrAccording dfanjantlsAceordtn tl
Aceordtn According OI I to tQDr Dr Sargont gent Harvarfwho Harvarf Hanarfwho Tlartrarda Tlartrardawho
who put Jack Jobnqon Johan through t1tr lI a severe sovcremedical severemedical OYeremedleal
medical examination last week he diet dktnot dietDOt didnot
not fln find l a bit of yellow yello In the negroa negroamakeup negresmakeup l s smakup
makeup makeupJimmy makupJlmmy makeuplimmy
Jimmy Tstuninser ISIlmin er makes the foUowIn foUowInremark following followingr followingremark
remark r ri1ark About 5M9M 5fI8 Phlladoiphians live livein ltvfIn liveIn
in hope Rube Waddell recently paid paidIK paidthat
IK that he borrowed from Frank Gotch Gotehthe Gotchthe Gotchthe
the wrestler three years eflts ago agotyaahingtons abOrhin agolaahingtnns
tyaahingtons rhin tfnl automobile show which whichopens wnkhopeu t topens
opens January W gives promise of u bel being behtgthe beingthe s sthe
the beet ever heM in the South adding addingq adftlftgQaJle addingquite
quite q Ute a metropolitan flavor to our fair fakcity fairdtj faircity
city1la1 city
Hal Chase ClM has signed sned a contract to play playwith pmyyith playwith
with the New No York Yankees again this thisseason tbisMaon thisseason
season The Gotham papers paperSl5 as usual twualiwld UilialWld usualpaid
paid Wld due attention to the fact referring referringto
to Chase as the best firstsacker in the theworW theworld theworld
world and adding as an appropriate appropriatewindup appropriatewlmlup appropriatewindup
windup that the only balls b lIs he cant canti cantlet cantget
i get are those which go over the fence fenceSince fenceSince tonesSince
Since Pinchot was canned many aro arowondering arowOndering arewondering
wondering who will be the next ne tt < on whomPresident whomPresident whom whomPresident
President Taft will ask for waivers wnlvorsNews waiversNews nivocsNews
News Item says that Michigan faculty facultyha facull facullbu facultyhas
ha bu barred a bunch of baseball players playersAs pm1crsAs playersAs
As long as Harmon Linthicum tho Wash Washington WashSngton Washkigtoa ¬
ington boy bo Is eligible the Wolverinesneed Wolverines Wolverlnesneed Wolverinesneed
need not lie be alarmed We Ve know Llnthy UntllyIs
I is a good twirler because his brother told toldus tol41us toldus
us so soSpotlight soSpotlight seSpotlight
Spotlight in Uie Philadelphia North NorthAmarlcan NorthAmerican NorthAmerican
American notes that Jennings is being beingtokl bQlnhtold beingtold
told that he has no catchers How was waeit wasIt wasIt
it that ho managed to sneak away an another another another ¬
other pennant with only eight men in the thefleMf theekt thefir
fir ekt t
InforeoIIejzinfe Committee Will VIII hest hestin Iccl IcclIn IcctIn
In New York February Pclruur 4 and andIthaca 1IulIthaca i iIthaca
Ithaca N Y Jan IS 15Prof Prof L M MDennis MDennis r rDcnnis
Dennis chairman of the th intercollegiate intercollegiatefootball Intoreullegl9tfootb intercollegletefootball
football Jl committee has Issued a call all for forn fora fora
a meeting meeUn meetingof of the committee co coa mlttee In New York YorkCity YorkCity YorkCity
City City on February Fooruar 4anfl of 1 am1 5 for or the con consideration conIderatlon consideratton ¬
sideration of changes cbangosln in the football rules rulesMr ruos ruosMr rulesMr
Mr Dennis has been consulting with withmembers withmembers withmembers
members of the committee for fo some time timeto timeto timeto
to nn find I out a suitable date He said Id that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the meeting place had not yet been beenchosen beenchosen beenchosen
chosen but it probably would be in one oneof oneo oneof
of o the hotels or olubs olubsUmpire olubsl olubsumpire
Umpire l mplre Billy Evans Is saW to tobe he stir stirOf sure suraof sureof
Of the job of holding the indicator in the thegames thesames thegames
games between the Cubs and Naps in inNew inNEw inNew
New Orleans In March
Georgetown Baseball Team TeamElects rreau1Elects TeamElects
Elects Outfielder Captain Captainiffi CaptainTim CaptainT
Will Succeed Cy Mncdonalil and mulMny nnclIoy andMay
May Ioy He Shifted to Left llIcIAl1 FieldtnAccurate Field 1 llIcIAl1Accurntc An AnAccurate
Accurate Fielder J h lllet and One of the theHost tl16lIet thelest
Host Hitters l loM < nxt Season ScotolonElcctlon ScotolonElcctlontnnnhnou ScnaonElectiontnanimouaSchedule Election ElectionUnanimous
tnanimouaSchedule Unanimous Schedule Out Sunday SundayAt Sunllo SunlloAt SundnyAt
At a mooting meoUn yesterday yterdaT of the athletic athleticboard Ilthletlcboard athleticboard
board of Georgetown University headed headedby beadelb headedby
by b President J Frank Carlin and An com composed composed composed ¬
posed of the managers 1 aOOsers and assistants of ofthe orthe ofthe
the several eral branches of athletics Harry BarryMurphy HarryMurphy HarryMurph
Murphy of o PHUburg l Jl JIburJ Pnr Pn was unani unanimously unanlmousl unanimously ¬
mously mousl chosen captain of the 1910 base baseball baseall baseball ¬
ball all nine to succeed Cy Macdonald wh whwas whit whitwas h8 h8waacbosen
was waacbosen chosen captain at the close of the thepast thepast thepast
past season se on but has since signified < l his hisintention hisIntention hisintention
intention of entering professional Irofe slonal ranks ranksMurphy ranksMurp11 ranksMurphy
Murphy Is a a member of the second secondyear secondyear secondyear
year class cia of the medical school hool and be besides beflldea besides ¬
sides his ability as a baseball player he heis h hIs heIs
is a good student and stands well in his hisclass hll5class hisclass
class classThis classThis classThis
This Is the newly appointed leaders leaderssecond lderssecond leader a asecond
second year in baseball baseballBefore OOHbal1Defore baseballBefore
Before coming coml to Georgetown he played playedon
on the Pittaburg collegians of which whichteam whichteam hleh hlehtfam
team Charlie Duffy Duff the main ImctotOR ImctotORof
of the hllltoppors for or tho last three threeyears threeears threeyears
years ears was also > a member During last lastseason lait laitseason t tseason
season his work worc in the field and at the thebat thebat thebat
bat was of the most consistent nature natureand natureand natureand
and his true batting eye ye drove in runs runsat run runat runsat
at critical periods which Mvon won several severalgames severalgames eral eralsames
games for the lb locals His position on onlast 0 0last onlast
last years e rs crack crAck nine was wa center c tor Held Heldbut lIeldbut fieldbut
but It is possible that he may tie shifted shiftedto ablthdtl shiftedto
to the left garden this tb year and Duggena Dttggan Dttggansubleftflclder Dutrnaltsublertfleldet
a subleftflclder of 0 last season sea put in incenter Incenter incenter
center centerThe centerThe centerThe
The mode of selecting Murphy for cap captain captain captain ¬
tain is something new ne in the annals anna of ofEluo orEluo ofBlue
Eluo and Gray athletics athl but at such a acritical aerlUcal acritical
critical time as this when tho men are areabout areabout areabout
about to take to light indoor practice and anda andlealer anda
a leader is required to be on hand ha lid the thecircumstances theclreunwetancee thecircumstances
circumstances demanded d maQded inetattt action actionThe aetloaThe actionThe
The candidates and especially the reg regulars reulrs regulars ¬
ulars of last seasons H880n team all speak speakpraiee JIIIeakpr speakpraise
praise for Murphy and say that under underhim unclerbiltt underhim
him they will do their level best to t make makethis makethis makethis
this years Y Ills baseball record recoid cialto equal < to that thatof tbatof thatof
of past years yearsA yeaIA yearsA
A call will be Issued for pitchers In Incouple a acouple acouple
couple of weeks to do sense sonl Ugh indoor indoorNELSON lMoorNELSON indoorNELSON
Untiling Pelson i l1 lson on mnlccK mnI c n pun punitive plJ plJJthc pusit ¬
itive it ire KtiUeintMii Hint ivlien ho hoKct It Itetl hegets
Kct gets etl through throu h with WolirnM In t he hetrill heI henil
I trill nil entertain n challenge hnlltn from fromWelch fromUeleh trouttVclch
Welch English EI1 lhll lixhtvrclKlit lixhtvrclKlitrhninpton IhhtTcl lightwetgltchampion ht htrhn11lIl
champion rhn11lIl n Hut Nelson cbon says saysthe lin linthe saysthe
the bout iiinM he for fortyfive fortyfiveround fnrtfhcrouuel fortyfireroasuds
round nt lea pounds I nuneh rln rlnrIlt ringIlenrmrl cld cldnivl
nivl nuiKt 11111 lie held 1 IcI In this octiin octiintry c entnttry nun nuntr
try tr IIi 11 mnlces it clear Ienr lint he heTVIll llcwlll liewill
TVIll never tight Welrh In Ling KIIRIniul I Lingmaul n nlonll
maul and ridicules the litters litterselnns lnltcr InUcrclnhn i iclaim
claim to the he world uorllH title 1tle If IfXclnoiiVi Ifelnn IfXclaons
XclnoiiVi elnn proponed linitle hnttl wills trilliVolRast willsWolgaat wifhohJit
VolRast ohJit near Frisco on oi Feb February Jrt11ruar Ireruary ¬
ruary ruar 2L falls through the themen thrnlen thenit
men nit can fight fl ht fortyfive rounds roundsunder round roundTinder rounelunder
under the management of lUc MeCarey lUcCnrnyT ucCorcJ
Carey near Los Anj nJCItH eleM and amiNelson onelehon andi
Nelson ehon i can receive X1400 MK0 as ashi nllIb ashis
hi lIb end
Who was unanimously elected ed leader Mi of the Blue and andGif utiGf1 andCRr
Gif Gf1 y taMball tern t for 19tt 19ttwork 1Mwork 10 10work
work andxit and andit It to r possible then that t at all allcundiria a11cludldates allcandidates
cundiria candidates tea will be called out ou since II nce an anearly 8nearly anearly
early Mason this th year necessitate an anunusually Anunusuatly anunusually
unusually early start > in practice practiceManager practiceMSff practiceManager
Manager Brown has hR about completed completedan
an attractive schedule of some thirty thirtythree thirtythree thirtythree
three games Including contests cootea with such suchunlveraiti suchunivenlitJ suchuniversities
unlveraiti universities 8 a as Harvard I ° Princeton lrtn eton Cor Cornell Cornttti Cornell ¬
nell Columbia Pennsylvania Virginia VirginiaFordhajn Yk8lntaFordbaJn 1IrginiaFordhapt
Fordhajn Holy Crow Vermont and oth others others others ¬
ers of equal npt aptp 6 which will be published publishedin
in next xt Sundays issue ue of The Washing Washington Washington asblng asblngton ¬
ton Herald HeraldFRISCO HeraldFRISCO
Want JeffJohnson Battle for tlie tlieCoast tl1eCoast tbeCoast
Coast CoastCliisli CoastChltll1 CoastChassis
Chassis Between Glciuon nmlHIeknrd nmlHIeknrdCniiaufl nUIIUlcl nad lUckartt lUckarttCannes nrcl nrclCnUlI1I
Cannes Sports to Try fn andNorce nnd nndIuruc nndIurcc
Iuruc Issue IHMICSan IAHUCSan IssueSan
San Francisco Cat Jan if Itqan an Fran Francisco Frando Frandeco ¬
cisco sports are greatly exercised over overthe oerthe overthe
the clash between betwe ft Tex lUckanl and Jack JackGtoason JaekGIMIiOII JackGleason
Gtoason which will ill probably coat San SanFrancisco StUJoTanci8eO SanFrancisco
Francisco the JoffrtesJohMon Joft JC fight ght No Noone Noone Noone
one doubts that Rickard is the man who whohas whotu whohas
has put up the money 1O ey but Frtoco sports sportsbett sportsbelieved ts tsbeUen
bett believed ved heeould he could be shown that there therewas therewu therewas
was big money mODe in holding the light fl ht hero herowhile hero herowhi herowhile
while whi there would be onlytoee onl1 CNiIi of coin and andprestige al1dpreeU andprestige
prestige preeU to pull off the fight ft bt in Salt Lake LakeCttjr LakeCu LakeCit3
Cttjr CttjrThe Cu Cit3The
The z ninintr 1niag aia camps eam of QoidJteU Tono Tonoah Tonopah
1111 ah and and livJI UII Fro ff Frog are broke and only onlya
a few miners lners can be counted on to take takethe akathe takethe
the trip to see the fight Even Frisco Friscowould Yrbcowould Friscowould
would not send a large a e 4eles delegation legatlotl Uo to Salt SaltlAke S SaltLake lt ltlAke
lAke City Ity Jeffries and Berper JM may force forcethe forcethft forcethe
the holding c of the fight in Frisco it ifGieaMm itGIeuon ItGleason
GieaMm is i correct in saying M there th < c was a averbal averbal averbal
verbal understanding that he fGl Gleason Gleasonwas Gleasonwas asOP asOPwu
was to name the place of the fightGtoesoo fight ftgbtGI8soD lightGleason
Gtoesoo last night gave out a statement statementthat statementthat statementthat
that he would ould bet Rfckard Rlc ant 15003 that the thefight tbeftsht thefight
fight would be heM here hereGtoason hereGlea hereGleason
Gtoason Glea on also declared d lared that if Rickard Rlokartlpersisted Rickarded Rickardpersisted
persisted ed in opposing oppoRn hint he would have havethe Imnthe hatsthe
the fight taken away aWlt from Hfekurd
Wliosnjw Vho 110 Sn8 he will 111 Imx Kiisllsliinnii after his Iti fight with Ad Volsnnt lVolgnatu
I IGotham
Gotham Turfmen Do Not NotKnow NotKnow NotKnow
Know How 01V to Act ActMAY ActMAY ActMAY
NCYT cT York Jockey oJacl cy Club Stewards Ie Ieelnrc nclore Declare
clare lore thai Baltimore Track Man Management MnnHKement Jlunugcmcnt
HKement Should Help Out Game GninoRather GnmoRather GameRather
Rather than Uctnrd It ItSug ItSuggest ItSuggestApril Suggest SuggestApril cst
April 1111 1 nil the Opening DayNew Day DayNew Jnyew
New ew York Jan 16 ItThere There is I much die discussion dl dlc diecusslon ¬
cussion c lon among turfmen over the problem problemof
of arranging racing date for the coining coiningseason cO comingseason lng
season It Is understood that the Jockey JockeyClubs Jocke JockeClubs JockeyClubs
Clubs steward will move slowly In this thismatter thismaUer thismatter
matter and will not make an official o lclal an announcement announcernent announcetnent ¬
nouncement for several weeks weeksP
P J Dwyer1 statement that Aqueduct Aqueductand Aqueductand Aqueductand
and Jamaica will ill not hold spring meet meetIngs meetIngs meetings
Ings if Plmlleo decide to begin operations operationson operllUonsApril
on April 38 has not been received with withfavor withfavor lth lthfaor
favor by owner and trainer who are arearxioua arealxioul areanxious
anxious to race hare aa early as April AprilIS
16 They are not atone In the opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat
that the metropolitan tracks should pay payno pa paJIQ payto
no to heed to Plmlleo but should go ahead aheadwith ahtadwith aheadwith
with the schedule which prevailed during duringthe duringthe duringhe
the season of lOflfl lOflflIt 1008It 19e9It
It is further argued that If Aqueduct Aqueductand Aquedutanal Aqueductand
and Jamaica should decline ta race raceagainst racoagainst raceagainst
against Pimlico J > lmlico in the spring prtn they would wouldbe wouldccnnpelled would11e
be compelled to fa face e opposition by the theMaryland thelarylanc1 theMaryland
Maryland track in n the fall unless they theydecided theydlPcld theydecided
decided dlPcld to keep their tracks closed alto altogether allosether altogether ¬
gether getherPimllcoit setherPlmJlco getherPimlicos
Pimllcoit PlmJlco attitude by the way 11 is l not notpleasing nCtpIiltg notpleasing
pleasing to these owners and trainers it itte Itld ithsaid
te hsaid M In view of the plucky tight made tnadeby madeby mad madlaY
by the hew ew York track to keep their theirgates tblrg8t4JI theirgates
gates open under the most trying circum circumstances ctnumstances circumstances ¬
stances it is believed that ftmlteo P mlieo should shouldbe shouldbe houldbe
be willing UUns to help not retard the good goodwork goodwork goodwork
work For that reason rea on there are many manyracing JIMmyraeing manyracing
racing men who It say ay that PimUco for the thebest lbebe8 thees
es best interests Interca of racing racln should be wiUi wiUito wflllttto 11114 11114to
to begin the spring meeting on April 1 1and 1and 1and
and rc race up to April 15 or a a few days dayslater da dalater dayslater
later Such a plan it is shown n would wouldmake wouldIftAke wouldmake
make matters comparatively eomPIU tlVY easy for the thelocal theI thelocal
local I al tracks which bleh ar an willing to run the therisk Uterisk therisk
risk of losing money mon T to keep the sport sportalive sportaIhe sportalive
alive aliveThe aliveThe
The determination of o Brighton Brt ton to race raceaittin raceaptn raceagain
again wH probably result in the curtail curtailment curtailment curtailment ¬
ment of Saratogas St1rau as wits and it was wa pre predicted pee peelct predicted ¬
dicted lct today toda that when the racing sched schedule ICbe1ule schedule ¬
ule is made public the Spa will 111 not re receive re reNin receive ¬
ceive more tffSn n eighteen elgbte days It Bright Brighton Brightest
on and Yonkers each receive eighteen ei eighteendays bteen bteenday
4 day days ys a compact and satisfactory schedule schedulecan sclMduleeRn schedulecan
can be framed with Ub both tracks receiving receivingan
an allotment of fall dates if they are de desired destred desired ¬
sired stredKAUfifAN
Should DeCent OUrlcn If lie Wonld Wonldlie WonldBe VonlelBe
Be Considered d Seriously StrrloaslyAl
Al Kaufman must beat Philad Philadelphia PhiladelphiaJack iphla iphlaJack phla phlaJack
Jack OBrien derisively in their sixround sixroundbout stx1OUftClbeut sixroundlout
bout lout In Philadelphia Wednesday night if ifho Ifho
ho wishes shes to be rlae classed ed among amon the top topnotch topMtch topnotch
notch heavyweights heaywtl hts Kaufman is eight eightyears eisbtyears eightyears
years younger YOUtl tr three inches taller and andforty AMforty andforty
forty pounds heavier than OBrien who whoknocked whoknoeked whoknocked
knocked him out in seventeen rounds roundsmore roundsmore roundsmore
more than four years ago a Ketcnell Ketcnellknocked Kltcb1lknocketl Ketcheltknocked
knocked all the filth A out of OBrien intwo in intwo Intwo
two battles batt last year but since then thencrafty thencrafty thencrafty
crafty Jsfck has recovered some of his hisnerve hiserYtt hisnerve
nerve and still believes he possesses some someskill Mttu some1U
skill 1U
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Hnghey Duffy says M all the Jobs on the theWhite theWhite theWhit
White Whit Sox Sox are Ailed except that at firstbase first firstbase t tbase
base and that he will grab nb the first really reallygood reall reallsoo reallygood
good soo < L man for that situation a as soon as asho asho asho
ho gets ts the chance chanceAccording chttocA chanceAccording
According A cordhS to present arrangements arrangementsHorace ArTAnsementsHoraQo arrangementsHorace
Horace Fogel of tho Phillies plans plan to en enlarge cnInrse enlarge ¬
large the seating seatfn capacity of his park by bytho bytho bythe
tho time the th 1910 season opens There will willbe willbe m mbe
be room to scat seat SltOX1 31ro > Next year the club clubhopas clubbopasto clubhopes
hopes bopasto to erect doubledecked bleachers bleachersCatcher bleathersCateber bleachersCatcher
Catcher Hippo Spencer has not been beensecured beenC Iteensecured
secured C retl by the Giant McGraw Graw says SA so soand soAnd soand
and that tkatou ought ht to settle tUethe the question Tbe TbeImpression T1 T1ImJ Tlle Tlleimpression
Impression ImJ reMlon > was wa that Spencer would be a aregular IIregtalAr aregular
regular at the Polo Ground next n t tUtd seasonand season seasonand
and that lie would lie a big b help to the theteam tbet theteam
team teamTommy t teamTommy ettl1 ettl1Tontltl
Tommy Tontltl lx Leach ch one of the greatest reat t ball hallplayers ballplayers ballMattiS
players in the t country will be seen fat a aPittsburg aPJltsburg aPittsburg
Pittsburg uniform again a i this season seasonTonimy seasonTommy 8OtI 8OtITomm
Tommy Tomm signed I ned a contract Wednesday in inPlttsbwrg inrfttsburg inPittsburg
Plttsbwrg after at a consultation with Ppeel PPeCidont Pvesident Ppeeldont
dont Barney Dreyfus It is certain that thatTonimy 1oh thatTommy t tromI
Tommy romI 1 got a nice nle increase incr Ul of salary for forhe furhe forhe
he never does ooo sign unless unl at a biggerfigure bigger bhrert1l6 btgrtrfigwe
figure than he received the p pi < er evfbus evfbusPitcher totJ8 totJ8S Otls Otlsseason
S season seasonPitcher a on onPtlCltfi
Pitcher Eddie I 1ue < Wllletts signed contract contracthas contracthas contracthas
has l been > een received oIved at the Detroit head headtuartors headquarters 1 11l1artors
quarters It is for one year yearonly only 01 Willetts Willettsreceived WllhUsrecelel1 Wlllettsreceived
received a raise but he is not exactly exactlysatisfied exactlysatisfied exactlysatisfied
satisfied with hi hig berth He thinks the theworlds th thworhls theworlds
worlds series would l1ld have boon 4ft von on had hadh hAdb hadhe
h he boon given a chance in any an garnet pm S but butthose butt1w butthese
those t1w e already slrel lost Ho pointed out his hisrank hisrank hisrank
rank of third in the American League Leaguelist Leagueltst Leaguelist
list of pitchers pitchersHarry pitchersHarry pitchersharry
Harry Stelnfehlt and an Del Howard ma manot mI mIMot maynot
not join the Cubs on their invasion inn lon of ofAlabama oflsbnmu ofMabatna
Alabama lsbnmu on the spring sp lng training tour tourSeveral tOUISoora1 tourSeveral
Several years ago these rugged athletes athletesstepiMsd athlotosstePICJI athletesstepliej1
stepiMsd stePICJI upon the th toes of a tactless umpire um umpire mnplre ¬
pire in Birmingham and as a result judg judgments jud judmants judgmonts ¬
ments to the amount of i Sbeeo 9M were ob obtained obtatnell obtalned ¬
tained In the courts > Harry Harr and George GeorgeE
E It have not been Informed that the thecharges theharges thecharges
charges have been dismissed and will willwait willwait willwait
wait outside until assured that all is well wellwithin wtltflhln wellwithin
within flhln
Second econd and Last Week of o oMertz CfMertz
1 Mertz Inventory InventoryOvercoats InventorySale InventorySale
Sale SaleOvercoats SaleOvercoats
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Nothing but highgrade allwool fabrics are included and andyou andgnu
you 011 have about 106 IO patterns to choose from Our stock must be bereduced berc bereduced
reduced rc uced to a minimum prior pr Dr to inventory and these are the prices pricesthat pricesthat pricesthat
that are doing it itOur itOur itOur
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Uy DIRECT DRIVE DRIVEFrederick DUIYEFrederitk DItIVEFrederick
Frederick H Elliott and Charles Thad Thaddeus ThaddeUs Thaddeus
deus Terry two of o the th biggest men inautomobiledom in inautotnobiledotn InautomobiJedom
autotnobiledotn arrived in Washington Washingtonyesterday WashigtoYMlerday Washingtonyesterday
yesterday and are registered re itercd at the New XewWillard NewWillard ew ewWmard
Willard Both are here in the interest of ofI ortbe ofthe
I the proposed uniform State laws lawsThe IasThe lawsThe
The point sought u ht to be effected by bythe b bthe byythe
the Federal registration bill is to afford a amotor a aMOtor amotor
motor vehicle us user r after he has obtained obtainedate obtainedhttI obtainedhis
ate licence UC Me to operate from the State of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his residence to procure proc re from the Federal Federalbureau FederalbUroau Federalbureau
bureau in this city a Federal license which whichwill wblchwill whichwill
will enable him to orerate without the thenecessity th thDtceSty thenttcesEity
necessity of procuring any further license licenseor
or of paying parin any further fur r fees f wherever whereverbe whereverbe hereverb
be b may choose to take his hi car declared declaredAir declaredIr declaredMr
Air Ir Elliott last night nightThe nl11tThe nightThe
The bill don not in any an effect inter interfere inte intefere interfere ¬
fere with State rights r1bb to regulate auto automobiles automobIin automobiles ¬
mobiles in all other otb r respects as to speedT speedTsignal pe pe1IIal
signal 1IIal devices d vlce brake br ef aDd the like and itleaves it itleaves ItIves
leaves every State free to regulate re l8te the use useof useoC useof
of motor vehicles within its borders bord n as it itmay Itmay Itmay
may choose in all these respects respectsCarrying reliivectCarriab respectsCarrytaag
Carrying two t 0 passengers extra supplies suppliesof
of oil 011 gaaoitnc sae and water and the tools toolsaeceosary toolsDlCOiIIIIUy toolsnecoary
aeceosary to Ig 3 the tit oar out it it should shouldbeeontd shouldHcom shouldbecome
become swamped S swain ied in the sand a Hup Hupmobile Hupmobile
mobile driven by C Z Sailing SaBIn of LosAngeles Los LosAngeles sA
A Angeles es has gone oaG the desert route between be between betW68ft ¬
tween Los Angeles AD eIes and Phoenix Ariz in intwentyseven
twentyseven hours > and forty orty minutes minutesThe minuteThe minutesThe
The distance dlstanc is 451 miles mil Not ot a moments momentstrouble momentstnMIltJe momentstroeble
trouble from any cause was experienced experiencedand expwlencedand experiencedand
and the ton long trip across the Arizona Arizonadesert ArizonadeMrt Arizonadesert
desert was made without heating themotet the themotor theOYer
motor motorOver motetOver
Over 309 miles Des of th the route the sand and anddut IUIdct andduet
duet ct Are e so deep and heavy that no ear earcan carcan
can run on other than the Jew gear It Itis ItSA Itis
is tlltJ impossible to secure sup suPIIII8s Has of any anysort anysortCOCMI anysortfood
sort sortCOCMI food water ater gasoline or Di oilover oiloverthe ollOertlJesame Oltoverthe
the tlJesame same section of the rotlie route so It wag wagneceeeary WallneeHflary wasnecessary
neceeeary that then tbe e be carried e rWd on the thecar tb tbcar thecar
car In the worst wor of the m saad d the route routelies routelies routelies
lies fifteen miles from f the nearest rail railroad raUroad railroad ¬
road roadSince roadSince roadSince
Since its inception Inc ion rile the Chalmers Cbalm ChalmersDe ChalmersDetroit rsDe rsDetroit De Detroit ¬
troit Company has tripipd its manufac manufacturing manufacturtn manufacturing ¬
turing turtn facilities lIItlfos Originally tlI there was but butone bUtI butone
one building buildln itt by 99 feet now there tber are arethree arethree
I three the third one on not yet completed completedAll
All of these boUdings are four stories storieshigh storiese
I high hi b In the tb new M structure s ture SL60001 I5fiCQft worth worthof worthor worthof
of new machinery m bincry will ill be installed i and in inthis inthis
this buihting bui tlng over lMO 1 motors and sear searSets gearsets ear
Sets for the 1 1lie t cars will 111 be manufaci manufacied manufacM manufaetaad
ed The company COM built 3160 cars cars for the theIMP theI
IMP 48aon season e on and awl it is expected that 5KsJ SOidwill 5KsJwill iJUI
I will UI be turned out during tlurln the Imo season seasonDeHveriee seasonDeliveries ason asonI
Deliveries for ISM began last July and at atpresent atpr atpresent
present pr l the capacky Is thirtyflve to fortj fortjfive forolive forCtfive
five per day The factory floor tI space spacetotals sptICftotals spacetotals
totals more than SMOW sofiare s unre feet ex exclusive exeluive excluaive ¬
clusive of numerous warehoused and test testing t testtug t tt ¬
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A story of steady gronth < ta prosperity prosperityand praepeiltyLand ty tyAIMI
and a a successful suec shllMasteiJ mastery of the lbepreblems problems problemssurrounding prIemsanrroundiag
t surrounding RHT UG i S the making Q of the car It that thatthe thatthe
I the majority of peoplefttxat people w wfaat is given I in inthe inthe inthe
the brief summary summar of the growth of the theoutput theoutput i
loutput output of the Mitchell Motor otor Car Com Company ComI ¬
I Paul pan of Racine Vis is In IMS Just 390 O auto automobilec
mobiles were marketed In 1806 306 the num number numbee ¬
her hod V be been > een n Increased to fanG ifl officers of ofthe ofthe
I the concern practically phuining to in increase Inerse Increase ¬
crease production twofold t okl each ch year The Theratio TheI Theratio
ratio was maintained the following yearthe year yearthe ear eartbe
I the 1907 output being heln 1367 In 1308 the pro production productlon produetlon ¬
duction was 2166 161 cars despite the hard hardtimes hardI hardtimes
I l times while idle the 1909 supply was a trifle triflemore triflel j jI
more than 3 MNO OCO cars carsII The TIt output of 1910 1910models 1910u 910 I Inodels
I u models nodels otlels of all 31 II kinds Inds will v vSEVEN approximate 67a 67acars 67 0 0MNO >
cars I
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I of VIiiniiiK1 ilnsclmll nn t lI1n Tcnm TcnmAnn renmL I
L Ann Arbor Mich Jan It leBy By virtue of ofthe ofi ofthe
i I the th biggest and most m st wholesale hou house houIedeaninS e ecleaning
cleaning ever witnessed at the University Universityof t nlversity nlversityoC
of Michigan lichl 8n the Wolverines chances for forM f fora r rIt
M winning winnln baseball bllS bal1 team were rudely shattered shat shattered ¬ I Itred
tered today when hen the Announcement announcement was wasmade wasmade
made by the hoard of control that seven sevenmembers sevenmenthols e n nmembers
members of Michigans baseball l A ehall nine were weredisbarred weredisbarred er erdifibarret1
disbarred from playing playln professional ball balllast baUi batiI1ast
I1ast i last summer The Th men In disbarred are areFountain areI areFountaine
I Fountain shortstop shot tslop Blending Dean anti amiSmith antiSmith andSmith
Smith pitchers Bricker airl Marlin itt ittfiehlers inI fnfielders
I fielders and Cantllvre outfielder outfielderAll outfJelderI outfielderAll
I All the disbarred players are accused of ofplaying orpla ofplaying
playing pla lng professional loCe lonl ball on various chil ehl chides chidesht > s sin sI
in the Kansas State > League LeagueThe League1M
I 7 The 1M tie boards action Al on has ere crofted lted great ex excnement exeftentent oxtement
eftentent cnement tement among amon the students studentsAlways studt studentsAlways > nts ntsAlwaysth
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