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wind up their season this afternoon when whenthey whenthey ben benthey
they meet the Army and an Navy prep team teamon teamon teamon
on the Wost End field at 230 The em embryos embryos embryos ¬
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a aginf ut Alm AlmencJues naares team of Cuba Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
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the second victory for the Tigers on onthe onthe Oilthe
the Inland They lost to the Almon Almendarea Almondarea Almondares
darea club last year yearCleveland yearOleveInnd yerCleveland
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in the Boston Nationals to John Har Harris Harri Harus ¬
ris ri us who whor8l1y really acts for tor Barney Drey Dreyfuas Dreyfu Dreyfuss
fuss fu of tho Plttsburg club Thus the thecontrol thecontrol thecontrol
control of Boston passes absolutely into intothe intothe Intothe
the hands of the Plttsburg folks and andDreyfuss andDreytuu andDreyfues
Dreyfuss becomes a greater power In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the old syndicated syndfcated2oatue syndfcated2oatue3fcGrmv league league3fcGrmv leagueMcGraw
3fcGrmv mays Bugs Dti Raymond gets Retsone J getsone ts tsone
one more chance next season Mc McGraw McGraw MeGraw
Graw has a soft spot for the war cor correspondents correspondents correspondents ¬
respondents and wants to give them thema
a chance to get off some more humor humorIwn humorbnt humorThnt
Iwn bnt t It pretty near time Jim Cor Corbott CorI Corbott
I bott buried burled his spleen and let up on onJack onTack onJack
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LJ Virts purchased a Model T Ford Fordtouring FordtourIng Fordtouring
touring car yesterday and left Washing ¬
ton in tho car for or his home in the Shen Shenandoah Shenandooh Sheaandoab
andoah Valley W Va VaStuart VaStuart VaStuart
Stuart Boyer who loft Washington last lastweek lastweek lastweak
week for a trip through Now Jersey has hasreached hasroochec1 hasreached
reached Lakewood N J T with no mis mishaps mlsbaps misliaps ¬
haps In a letter to O E Miller he re reported reported reported ¬
ported that ho had encountered sleet and andsnowstorms andanowatorms andsnowetorma
snowstorms all the way He will return returnvia returnYla returnvie
via York Pa and Is expected to arrive arrivethe arrlvothe arrivethe
the latter part of the wo week weekTheo weekThoo k kTheo
Theo Barnes Co yesterday received receivedtheir receivedtheir receivedtheir
their first 1911 model Pullman roadster roadsterTheodore roadsterTheodore roadsterTheodore
Theodore Barnes and party have re returned returned yeturned ¬
turned from their hunting trip through throughMaryland throughMaryland throughMaryland
Maryland The party spent moat of their theirtime theirtime theirtime
time In and around Indian Head Ho d and re report report report ¬
port excellent road conditions conditionsPEEPS conditionsPREPS conditionsPBLPS
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Junior Team TenmCapt TeamCapt 1enmCapt
Capt Loehls basketball team will be beseen beseen besaen
seen In action tonight In the first game gameof gameat gameof
of the season which will be against the theY theY theY
Y M C A Junior quint of this city In InRyan InRyan InRyan
Ryan Gymnasium The downtown Insti Institution Institution lnstitutlon ¬
tution has always nlwa aiwaysput sput put out a strong team teamand teamand teamand
and while the Blue Blu and Gray lads are not notsangulno notsanguino notnanguino
sangulno of victory In their first appear appearance appearanoe appearance ¬
ance Btlll they jeallze 1 the amount of ex experience experience oxperlence ¬
perience they will 111 obtain by going up upagainst upagainst upagainst
against a strong aggregation which will willstand w111stand willstand
stand them In n good stead later on In the thoseason theseason theseason
season when they are battling In scholas scholastic scholastic scholastic ¬
tic circles for the championship of the theDistrict theDstrIct theDistrict
District
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RALSTON RALSTON WANTS W ANTS ANOTHER ANOTHERCHANCE II I ICHANCE
CHANCE TO SHOW WORTH WORTHOutfielder WORTHOutfiettler WORTH1 WORTH1Outfietiler
Outfielder Declares He Can Come Back Next Spring SpringMUcAleer SpringLMcAleer Spring4McAleer
MUcAleer Thinks So Too TooOther Other Sport Sporting Sportiog Sporting
ing Gossip of Interest
By WILLIAM ILIJIo1 IEET PEETPleaso IEETFle IEET9leaso
Pleaso Fle so dont print my name in your yourpaper yourpnpor yourpaper
paper as Doc Ral3ton I prefer pro r to be bocallad becnllfld becalled
called plain Ralston although I have a adiploma n ndiploma adiploma
diploma carrying with It a degree and andam andam andam
am a n registered dentist In my home hometown hometown hometown
townThe townThe town townThe
The foregoing shot was 8 handed the thewriter thewriter thewriter
writer by the Nationals outfielder during duringa
a fanning bee after the season closed closedhere closedh closedhere
here h re In October OctoberRalston OctoberRalston OctoberRalston
Ralston also said I know I have l avo not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been able to 10 very much since I joined joinedthe joinedthe joinedthe
the Nationals but Just wait until next nextspring naxtIiIprlng nextspring
spring All I want Is s another anoth r chance chanceand chanceand chanceand
and Ill show the fans something somethingWhen somethIngWhen somethingWhen
When Manager MeAleer advised the theelub thoelub theclub
elub to purchase RalitonB release from fromtho tromtho fromthe
tho Akron club th the Nationals boss had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been tipped off by Scout Dick Padden Paddenand PaddenRnd Paddenanti
and others that Ralston was Wt1 a wonder wonderand wonderand wondQrand
and would make some of the American AmericanLeaguers AmerIcanLcnsuora AmericanLeaguers
Leaguers take notice noticeRalton noticeRalaton noticeRalston
Ralston reported and was given a 0 very veryfair veryfair Qry QryII
fair II trial to show what he could do He Hehandled Hehandled Hehandled
handled himself hlrnselOke like a ball player looked lookedto loo looledto ed edto
to bo a good fielder and fast on the thebases thebaea thebases
bases but fell down miserably at the bat batThe batrho batThe
The outfielder makes tho claim that he hecould hecould hocould
could not get going right in the American AmericanLeague AmericanLeague AmcrlonnLeague
League Ho says that he feels sure he hecon heMil hocan
con hit the pitchers Jo Ban Johnsons cir circuit cr crcult circuit ¬
cuit and will wU show Manager McAloer McAloernext McAloerneCt McAloornext
next spring that he can come back backMcAleer backMcAleer backMeAloer
McAleer still has considerable faith in inRalstons InRalstons InRalstons
Ralstons ability and In answer to the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question if Ralston would be given a fur further further further ¬
ther trial next year er replied You bet b t he hewill hewill hewill
will I believe there Is a lot of baseball baseballIn
In that young man and h he may turn out outto outto outto
to be just tho chap we need for one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the outfield jobs Ralston will report with withthe wJththo withthe
the othors for spring practice practiceRalaton practiceRalston practiceRalston
Ralston made a a fine impression with withhis withh18 withhis
his team mates here Ho is quiet and andunassuming andunas andunassuming
unas unassuming umlng keeps himself In good con condition condlUon conditlon ¬
dition and is a hard hardworker hard1worker vorker A graduate graduateof
of a wellknown dental college he is ispracticing Ispractlelng Ispracticing
practicing dentistry dentJ tr with his father in his hishome hishome hi hihome
home town Bellone Pa and has a flour flourishing flourliblng flourIsiting ¬
ishing business businessThe bUIiJno bUIiJnoThe buslneiThe
The nickname of Doc is distasteful distastefulto
to him and he has asked several of the thenewspaper thenewspapcr thenewspaper
newspaper qT cj4 o drop it when referring referringto
to him of > r rI ta request which it is isfeared isfeared isfeared
feared v f n T H be heeded as a a nickname nicknameonce nlcknnmeonoo nichtnunleonce
once associated with a ball player usually usuallysticks usuallystlcks usuallysUcks
sticks to him closer than a puppy pUI1j to a aroot aroot aroot
root rootIt f fIf PIf
If Ralston should lurn out to bo h ho heheavy hoheavy hoheavy
heavy hitter he was promised before he heoamo hecamo hecame
came to Washington about 10000 fans fanshare fansharo fanshero
hare would be happy happyHerds happyIIercs happyHer
Herds Her hoping hopingA
A rumor comes f ftm jm m Philadelphia that thatDick tootDick thatDick
Dick Hoblltzoll tho great first baseman basemanof
I of tho Cincinnati Reds is to go to the theQuakers theQuakers theQuakers
Quakers in exchange for Alike l1ke Doolan Doolantho Doolanthe Doohanthe
the Phillies shortstop and possibly po sibhy a abonus abonus abonus
bonus in cash cashCharlie cashCharlie cashCharlie
Charlie Murphy is loudly proclaiming proclaimingthe
the things ho h will do to any an third big bigleague bl blleague bigleague
league team that Invades invad Chicago ChicagoCharlie ChlaagQI ChiongQCharlie
Charlie Comiskey seems to have nothing nothingmuch n nothingmuch othlngmuch
I much to say on the subject subjectWhen BUbjoctWhon subjectWhen
When the time comes for talk to cease ceasednd ceasetlnd
dnd dn nation to begin one Charlie will willprobably willprobably willprobably
probably be there Which
The management of the Philadelphia PhiladelphiaAthletics PhlladelnhlAAthletcs PhiladelphIaAth1etcs
Athletics has selected eleet Savannah as a aspring aspring aspring
spring training ground for the worlds worldschampions worldschampions worldschampions
champions The Southern city combines combinesa
a wonderful climate with good baseball baseballaccommodations basoballaccommddattons baseballaceomindIaUons
accommodations aceomindIaUons and should prove a amost nmoat amost
most satisfactory place pla o for Connie Mackto Mackto Mack Mackto
to condition his men for next seasons seasonsChristopher seascmlirace seasonsrace
race raceChristopher raceChristopher
Christopher Mathewson the American Americandiamond AmerIcandIamond Americandiamond
diamond king signed a a threeyear con contract contract contract ¬
tract with the Giants Monday Monda This Thiscertainly ThiscertainI Thiscertainly
certainly certainI means that Matty Is satisfied satisfiedwith satisfiedwith satisfiedwith
with the terms offered him for the big bigpitcher bigpitcher bigpitcher
pitcher has tied himself up In tho past pastfar pastfer pastfor
far one year only It is probable that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the recent third tlttl league agitation induced inducedthe inducedtho inducedthe
the New York management to make sure sureof 5ureof sureof
of Christys services for some time to tocome tocome tocome
come They have no desire to see Big Six SixFlotcherlze SixFletcherize Sl SlFhetcherize
Flotcherlze No details as to Mathew Mathewsons Mathewsons Iathewsons
sons agreement with tho club were made madepublic madepubUc madepublic
public but Christy must have received receiveddue receivedduo receivedduo
duo recoTiltlon recc nltlon of his worth or he h hg would wouldnever wouldnever wouldnever
never have put his name dn fin qi a long term termcontract termcontraet termcontract
contract Mathewson haswon 263 games gamesand gamesand gamesand
and lost US contests In his eleven years yearsas yearsas ears earsas
as a Giant During the season of 1910 his hisrecord hIsrecord hIsrecord
record was twentysix victories and nine ninedefeats ninedefeats ninedefeats
defeats What he subsequently did to totho tothe tothe
the Yankees is a matter too recent i to toneed toneed toneed
need any comment commentCharlie commentChnrlle commentChrhie
Charlie Ebbets is still harping on what whata
a n fine chance his Brooklyn tetm has to towin towIn towin
win tho pennant in the old league next nextseason nextseason nextseason
season It Is said that the president of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the Brooklyn club has signed up twenty twentyone twentyone twentyone
one new men and all are touted as B bears bearsAt bearsAt bearsAt
At that we are all pulling for Bill Dahlen Dahlert
From Chicago Chl ago we weget get the report that thata
a n riot call was turned in the other day daywhen daywben daywhen
when a n crowd of baseball bugs turned turnedover turnedover turnedover
over a newspaper stand In Clark street streetOno streetOno streetOne
Ono of the bugs found a box score on onthe onthe onthe
the front page ofvone of Ee of the papers on ontho ontho onthe
tho stand tnnd and there ther Was aa a a big time to toget toget toget
get the paper It was wn < J discovered later laterthat laterthat laterthat
that it was the box score of an indoor indoorball Indoorball Indoorball
ball game played between trade teams teamsof teamsof teamsof
of that thi t city It sure Is a wonderful game gamethat gam gamthat gamethat
that baseball baseballIn
In one of the Southern papers Hal HalChases HalChases HalChases
Chases name is signed to a column of ofclever ofclever ofclever
clever shaft baseball stories Here are arethree arethree arethree
three of them themCareers themOareers themCareers
Careers of playeri pl yer In the big leagues leagueshave leagueshavo leagueshave
have lasted from one week to twenty twentyyears twentyears twentyyears
years ears but I know of a young man who wholasted wholasted wholasted
lasted only long enough to pitch ono ball ballA ballA ballA
A youngster from some backlot league leaguehad leaguehad leaguehad
had been clamoring for a 0 tryout with the theGiants theGIants theGiants
Giants for many days Finally he was wasgiven WR3ghen wasgiven
given a chance one afternoon just before beforethe b bforethe fore forethe
the game started Jack Sharrott the theoldtime thooldUme theoldtime
oldtime pitcher who won a pennant for forNow torNew farNow
Now York was batting during the prac practice practice practico ¬
tice and called for the youngster youngsterSid youngsterSidJones youngsteraIdJones Sid SidJonas
Jones was his name nameto to pitch a 0 few over overthe overthe overthe
the plate plateJones plateJoncs plateJones
Jones wound up like a n big bl leaguer and andreally andreally andreally
really shaped u great The first and andonly andonl andonly
only onl ball he turned loose struck Sharrott Sharrotton
on tho right elbow breaking It in two twoplaces twoplaces twoplaces
places He had laid up the teams star starplayer starplae starplayer
player and was canned on the spot spotThat spotThat spotThat
That was the shortest career of any anyman anyman anyman
man in the fils Ig leagues leaguesEver leagueser leaguesEver
Ever er hear of a aredactor redactor do sports sportsNo sporlsNo sportsNo
No Well neither did I until I hap happened happened happened ¬
pened to read something the other otherday otherdny otherday
day about Victor VictorI VictorMunoz I 1Muno Munoz says Louis LouisDougher Louis LouisDougher joujDougher
Dougher of tho Boston Traveller Vic Victor VJctor Vietor ¬
tor is that thing on El Mundo one of ofthe of oftho ofthe
the leading newspapers printed in Span Spanish SpanIsh Spanlh ¬
ish In Havanna Its equivalent to being beingsporting beingsporting beingsporting
sporting editor > Jose C Perez is the thesame theI thesame
same thing on La DIscuslon another anotherlivo anotherUve anotherlive
live publishing proposition prop osition in the town townWeyler townWeyler townWeyler
I Weyler made famous Both these hi hidalgos hidalgos hidalgos ¬
dalgos attended the worlds world series serle ex uI ¬
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hibitions and aro loud In their th tr boom booming boom boomIng booming ¬
ing of baseball as the coming pastime pastimeIn pastiniin
In Cuba CubaTbe CubaThe CubaThe
The baseball people aro keyed up upfor uptor upfor
for thS th it t of the Detroit playqrs playqrssays piaygraays
says Senor Munoz speaking of his Ha Havana IInana Havane ¬
vane ana neighbors They played in our ourcity ourcity ourcity
city last year and it wasnt fisnt tho regu regular regular reguhat ¬
lar team This Th year eer CoBb and other otherstars otherstnrs otherstars
stars will be in the lineup lineupJEven lInoupmven lineuplhlven
JEven in Cqba Cq a they appreciate that thatCobb thMCobb thatCobb
Cobb is the greatest player of them themnil themall themall
all and are wild to see him himBaseball 11mBUlioball himBaseball
Baseball In Cuba has bqen b en steadily steadilygaining stoadll stoadllgulnlng steadilygaining
gaining in popularity in the last four fouror fouror fouror
or five years enrs Havana boasts of f teams teamsstrong teamsatrong teamsstrong
strong enough to trim tho best In this thiscountry thl thlcountry thiscountry
country and by no means will the therJes tie tierles se serim
rim of games to be played by tho Tigers Tigersthis TIgorsthis Tigersthis
this winter bo onesided The time may mavbe mttvbe maybe
be not far distant when our major majorleagues majorlftgues majorleagues
leagues will have crack performers who whohave whol1ave whohave
have learned the game in Cuba CubaI
I remember when Germany Schmidt Schmidtono Schmidtono Schmidtone
ono of the cleverest of the oldtime twirl twlrlers twrJers twirlera
ers was a great man to collect bats Pete PeteBrowning PeteBrowning PeteBrowning
Browning of the old Louisvillee was a acrank acnmlt acrank
crank on wagon tongues and was al always always always ¬
ways willing to part with tOt his coin for a anow anew anew
new ono Ho liked long Ion heavy ones onesWell onesWoll onesWell
Well one day dn when Schmidt was hard hardup hardup hardup
up he spotted a 8 bat in a 8 sporting goods goodsstore goodsltore goodsstore
store Ho paid about a dollar for it ani anithen n1 n1then fl1then
then took it out to a lot and scratched scratchedit
it up a Wt bit Then he wired Browning BrowningHavo BrowningHavo Browning1Havo
1Havo Havo a bat I know will suit ult you youBrowning youBrowning Ou OuUroWnln
Browning UroWnln wired back backSend backSeed
Send bet on If good od will send chock checkSchmltty chockSchmltty chockSchmitty I
Schmltty awrwored awrworedSend nnaworedSend nnworedSend
Send cheek If good will sand bat batRube batRube batRube
Rube Waddell went oot out to Oshkosh to topitch topitch topitch
pitch against the homo team in a 0 big biggame bigamo biggame
game amo a few years ago under the assumed assumedname aseumednama assumedname
name of Mike OTorta The local umpire umpireiiad umplrohad umpirehad
had the reputation of o favoring the home hometeam hometeam hometeam
team As he stood tood at t the plate before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the game started he announced the bat batterloa batterlosOTorta batterlosOTorta
terloa terlosOTorta OTorta and Sweeney for Five Cor CorI Corners Corners
I ners Davidson and Smith for Oshkosh OshkoshRube O OnhkosliRube hkosh hkoshRube
Rube who had h d been standing near hloj hlojremoved hlliJremoved liiajremoved
removed his hi hat and made th0 thefollowing thefollowingannouncement thoiollowlngannouncement followlng followlngannouncement
announcement announcementLadles announcementLadle announcementLadles
Ladles and gentlemen the umpire to today todnr today ¬
day Is Mr Crane of Oahkoeh Oshko h who whousual as asusual anusual
usual will slightly favor the borne club clubAnd clnbAnd clubAnd
And this story must be true for Rube Rubetold Rubetold Rubetold
told it to me himself himselfDOC himselfDOC
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Utica Nov No li 1LDr Dr William D Scanlon Scanlonof
of Syracuse a 8 member of the tb pitching pitchingstaff Iltchlngstatt pitchingstaff
staff of the Brooklyn National League Leagueclub Le Leagueclub gue gueclub
club and Miss Mls Helen T E Tanner Tan nor a aschool 0 0sohool aschool
school teacher of o Utica were married In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this city today Th TIN oouplo will enjoy enjo a ahoneymoon fthoneymoon ahoneymoon
honeymoon trip to Florida and later will willtako willtaka wilttako
tako up ttelr residanca In Brooklyn Brooklynwhere Brookynwhero Brooklynwhere
where the bridegroom will practice modi modicine modlone modielite
cine one during durtn the winter and resume r fiune his hisposition hisposltton lilaposition
position on the Brooklyn team next nextspring nextspring nextspring
spring springRACING springRAOING springRACING
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practically free from tuberculosis Thou Thousands ¬ I Isands
sands of them are milk goats and are areused areused areused j
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Is coming comingbut but we anticipated it with a wonderful assort assortment assortment assortment ¬
ment of good goodvarm warm Suits and Overcoats priced way below belowtheir belowtheir belowtheir
their regular value We 7T have gotten together our entire entirestock entirestock entirestockof
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Suits and Overcoats OvercoatsThat
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tThcse These values speak for themselves You must try on onthe onthe
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buy Marine and Bhnaont ntumo t also ran
JAMESTOWN RESULTS SESHLTSFIRST RESULTSFInST RESULTSFIRST
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also ran ran3BCOXD ranSBCO ranSECONP
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THIRD RAGEHandteip ono milt Biadifort
102 10 Bell 5 to 1 won J II HoughtoB 1M Gold Goldstein GeMatin Id IdItcln ¬
stein 6 to 1 wcond SandrUn 98 Ywspen W nl 12 12to 1 1to 12to
to 1 third Time 141 Dnllcar rSuperstItlOn rSuperstItlOnPractIcal Superstition SuperstitionPractical BllpusUtlcaPncUca1
Practical Arondadr ronda and Ta Nun un Da also ran ranFOURTH ranFOURTH ranFOURTJ1
FOURTH llACEPutie sir furlongs Compton
103 Goldstein 5 to 1 won Besom 110 McOabe McOabeI cOob
1 to 2 second i King Kin Cobalt H 100 MeCahey MeCahl Sto Stothird 5 5tO2 5tO2third to 2 2thIrd
third Time Tim 11445 tat 45 s Labello Agn Agnes also ran ranFIFTH ranFIFTH railP13rH
FIFTH RACOne mile mllepurie purse Bounder 105 105McOahey 10SMcOeber 105McOabey
McOahey 5 to 2 won Firewood 97 Gordon
10 to 1 1 aecond Sup Su SllprYteor rrfaor S6 S GariciM 4 to 1 1third 1third 1third
third Time 1H3 1 Idle Id1 Michael Maromara Gold GoldBug GoldBui GoldBug
Bug and Mollia o11Je a S also ran ranSIXTH nnSItT1I xiiiSIXTH
SIXTH RAOBSelllng ono and oneuxteeath oneuxteeathmiles onHirteenlhmUes ouealrtemthmiles
miles Tom Mellon 97 McOahey 5 to 2 won wonFrench wonFeanDOght vonFearzwoght
FeanDOght n 102 McCabe IS to 1 A asand asandFrench rond rondFrench
French GW 102 10 KUlingsworth 4 to i iTlmsT 1 third thirdTlmo thirdTime
TlmsT Time 134 13 4S 5 Aljfrond J Radium Star Mobility Mobilityand MobWtJand MObI1ItYand
and King KiD cf Mist also ran ranSHEVLDT ranSHEVLIN ranSHLVI4IN
SHEVLDT IN FULL CHARGE CEAEGEVeteran CHARGEVeteran OKARGEVeteran
Veteran End Rounding Yale Into IntoSbnpo IntoShnpc IntoShape
Shape for Harvard IlnrvnrdNew RarTaritNew HarvardNew
New Haven Conn Nov 16 15Tom Tom Shev Shovim Shev1m Shevlin
im one of the greatest end rushes ever everdeveloped everdeveloped everdeireloped
developed on a Yale football team Is IsIn IsIn Isin
In full charge of the eleven In prepara preparation preparation preparation ¬
tion for tho Harvard game To hfj hl re rejuvenation rejuvenation ¬ i ijuvenatlon
juvenation of the team Including the thedevelopment thedevelopment thedevelopment
development of an offense is attributed attributedthe a attributed attributedthe trlbuted trlbutedtho
the defeat of Princeton Shevlin will vary varythe yarytho varythe
the tackle shift that confounded Prince Princeton Princeton Princeton ¬
ton and Introduce new defense Ideas The Thework Thework Thework
work will bo almost exclusively along alongthese alongthese alongthese
these lines today and tomorrow Said SaidBhevlln SaidSheyUn SaidShevlin
Bhevlln tltis morning morningsThere morningThere morningThere
There Is not the slightest doubt In my mymind my mymind mymind
mind that we will beat Harvard They Theygame The Thecounted
counted us us out before the Prince Princetfin Princetfingame Thi n ngame
game didnt they theybigger Wen this will bl ba babigger j jbigger
f fYnle VYale
bigger clean up upYale
Yale atlll stands pat on her lineup lineupsaid Uneupsaid lineupsaid
said Capt Fred Daly of the Yale eleven eleventoday eloyentoda eleventoday
today toda He insists that there is no Idea Ideaof Ideaor ideaof
of making a single change In the make makeup malteup makeup ¬
up of the eleven elcvenand and that the team em bar barring barring barring ¬
ring accidents will take the Held here hereagainst hereagainst hereagainst
against Harvard made up exactly as It Itfaced Itfaced itfaced
faced Princeton PrincetonIt
It took Just ten minutes to settle a astrike nlitrike astrike
strike of A D T boys by b the Western WesternUnion Wo WostrnUnion trn trnUnhm
Union Telegraph Company In St Paul PaulThe Paullhe PaulThe
The boys demanded one hour Instead of ofhalf orl ofhalf
half l U an hour 10ur at noon and asked that thatthey thatthcy thatthey
they be allowed to report jit 8 a m In Instead instead Instead ¬
stead of 730 They struck at 3 p m and andat andat andat
at 310 they went back to work on prom promises promIses promIses ¬
ises of t arbitration arbitrationLargest arbitrationLargest
Largest ltlorning Corning Circulation
WILL MISS THIS S STAR
WILLIAM COUNTRY MORRIS JIOUUISTechs 3IORRISTechs MORRISTechs
Techs stocky half back who fh will not play in East Eastera Eutm1 Eastera
era came cameATHLETICS gameATRLETICS e eATHLETICS
ATHLETICS CUBAN TRIP TEIPFourteen TRIPFourteen TRIPFourteen
Fourteen Players Will VfJI Start South Southin SouthIn SouthIn
in Few Days DaysPhiladelphia Dn DnPhiladelphia DnyPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Nov 15 roBuslness Business Man Manager Manager Manager ¬
ager Bancroft of the Cincinnati club Is laexpected Isexpected Isexpected
expected here today to make final ar arrangements arrangements arrangenients ¬
rangements for the trip of the Athletics Athleticsto
to Cuba Fourteen players will make makethe makethe makethe
the trip and the wives of several players playerswill playersw1l1 playerswill
will accompany them themIt themIt themIt
It Is Intended for the team to leave leavehere leavehere leavehere
here the latter Inttpr part of this week with withJacksonville withJacksonville withJacksonville
Jacksonville Via FIn as the first stopping stoppingplace stoppingplace stoppingplace
place Games will be played there on onNovember onNoember onNovember
November 22 and 23 23After 23Arter 23After
After leaving Jacksonville th the team teamwill teamw1l1 teamwill
will play at Tampa TaR1pRNoYember November 24 26 and
27 St Petersburg November 25 Key KeyWest KeyWest KeyWest
West November 27 and 23 Havana De December December Dccamber ¬
cember 2 to December 19 Sailing out of ofHavana otHavana ofHavana
Havana Harbor December 19 the Athlet Athletics Athletlcs Athietlos ¬
ics will land In New Orleans December
21 eat their Christmas dinner in Houston Houstonand Houstonand Houstonand
and end nd the playing season at Dallas on onDecember onDecembr onDecember
December 23 and 29 29LYNCH 29LYNOH 29LYNCH
LYNCH TO BE KEELECTED KEELECTEDJohn
John M Ward Withdraw from Jfji Jfjitionnl N Ntlonal Njttionni
tionnl League Race RaceNew naeeNew RaceNew
New York Nov No 15 15John John M I Ward will willnot w111not wIllnot
not be a candidate for the presidency presidencyof
of the National League of Professional ProfessionalBaseball ProfessIonalBasoball ProfessionalBasobahl
Baseball Clubs at the coming election electionWard electionWard electionWard
Ward was a candidate last year and ran ranagainst ranagainst ranagainst
against John A Heldler the vote being beinga
a deadlock and Thomas J Lynch being beingchosen beingchosen beingchosen
chosen as a compromise Hf H wrote wrotePresident wrotePresIdent wrotePfesident
President Lynch to this effect today todayIt todayIt todayIt
It Is understood that several of the theNational theNational theNational
National League ogue club owners are opposed opposedto
to the reelection of Lynch but the with withdrawal withdrawal withdrawal ¬
drawal of Ward from tho field will 111 prob probably probably probably ¬
ably Insure Lyncha retention in inoflico inoflicoMIKE office officeMIKE officeMIKE
MIKE THOMPSON TO UMPIRE TJMPIREOfficial UMPmEOttfelalJlJ UMPIREOfficials
Official for ArmyXnvy Football FootballGame FootballGnnle FootballGanie
Game Named NamedAnnapolis N NamedAnnapolis n1e1 n1e1Annapolis
Annapolis Nov 15 15Atter After considerable considerablenegotiations considerablencgotlnUong considerablenegotiations
negotiations between the athletic au authorities authorities anthorities ¬
thorities of the Naval and Military acad academies academies academies ¬
emies the officials of the football game gamebetween gamebetween gamebetween
between tho two to be played at Phila Philadelphia PhUadelphla Phliadeiphia ¬
delphia on November 26 have been set settled settled settIed ¬
tled and each has agreed to fill the des designated desIgnated designated
ignated place They are Referee Bcfer e Al AlSharpe AlSharpe AlSharpe
Sharpe Yale umpire Mike Thompson ThompsonGeorgetown ThompsonGeorgetown ThompsonGeorgetown
Georgetown field judge Dave DavoFu1t2 DavoFu1t2Brown Fultz FultzBrown FultsBrown
Brown head linesman Andy Smith SmithPennsylvania SmithPen SmithPennsylvania
Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaCleveland Pen PennsylvaniaCleveland 5YIvanla 5YIvanlaCleveland
Cleveland has secured a nifty batter In InDave inDnve inDave
Dave Callahan formerly of the Eau EauClaire EauCloiro EatClaire
Claire team Callahan wielded the willow willowto wlllowto willowto
to the tune of 3X 3G > in the MinnesotaWis MinnesotaWisconsin MinnesotaWisconsin MinnesotaWigconsin ¬
consin League which hch Is some percentage percentageeven percentageeven percentageeven
even against bush league pitcher
EASTERN EXPECTS EXPECTSTO EXPEOTSTO EXPECTSTO
TO DEFEAT TECH TECHFinal TECHFinal TEOIIFinal
Final High School Football FootballGame FootballGame FootballGame
Game on Friday FridayIt
It looks as If we were goln going to have havea
a hard time beating Eastern E Storn next Fri Friday Friday Fitday ¬
day remarked Coach Hecox of Techni Technical Technical Technical ¬
cal High Schools football team after a abard 3hard ahard
hard practice last night nightAccording nightAccordJng nightAccording
According to Mr Hecox three of his hisbest hIsbest hisbest
best men aro ar laid up o 111 account of In Injuries injurIes injuries ¬
juries and the great It t of these th e is Mor Morris Morris lor lorris ¬
ris the si tkY > 2ky half back who was hurt hurtin hurtIn
in tho Central game Hriday Sinclair and andThrall andThrall andThrahl
Thrall are also on the injured list and andwill 8nJwlll andwill
will watch the game from the side lines linesCoach linesCoach linesCoach
Coach Hecox has every reason reasoutto Oto fear fearEastern fearEasterno fearEastern
Eastern and Tech will have to scow saowmore SC10Wmore scowmore
more football than It did against Central CentralIf
If It expects to turn the trick as the theCapitol UeCapitol theCapitol
Capitol Hill youngsters are coming faster fasterevery tasterevery fasterevery
every day and will be just about In the thepink thopink thepink
pink of condition by Friday FridayEastern FrIdayEastern FridayEastern
Eastern expects to beat Tech just about aboutas aboutaseasUy aboutas
as aseasUy easily as It did Business and there is isa Isa
a 0 certain air of confidence among the thewearers thewearers thewearers
wearers of the light blua and white that thataugurs thataugurs f faugurs
augurs HI for the Machinists MachinistsIt
It Is believed that Techs line will be beable beablo beable
able to successfully stop Easterns at attack attack attack ¬
tack but on the other hand with such suchground suchground suchground
ground gainers as Morris and Sinclair Sinclairout Sinclalrout Sinclairout
out of It Techs offense will hardly hardlymake hardlymake
1 make much of an impression mDresson against the theCapitol theCapitol theCapitol
Capitol Hill eleve d Indications point pointto pointto pointto
to a corking good ae Ie e the last contest conteston conteston conteston
on the high school schedule this season
BASEBALL NOTES NOTESJack NOTESJack NOTESJack
Jack Quinn and Earl Gardner have havesigned bavesigned havesigned
signed contracts with New York Ameri Americans Amencans Americans ¬
cans for next season seasonPitcher sonsonPitcher seasonPitcher
Pitcher Fromme has almost entirely re recovered recoyered yecovered ¬
covered from the operation he underwent underwentat
at a Cincinnati hospital Frommo was wasdischarged wasdIscharged wasdischarged
discharged from the hospital recently recentlyand recentlyand recentlyand
and left for his home In Quincy Ill 111A 1l1A IllA
A Chicago newspaper nows ap r says sa s We are aretired Itretired aretired
tired of hearing Eastern League man managers managers managers ¬
agers predict that Powers Is bound to be beousted beousted beousted
ousted and then turn around an elect electPowers electPowers electPowers
Powers can about have the Job any ariy time timehe timehe timeha
he wants It ItHogan It ItHogan ItHogan
Hogan Is a giant whom Harry H rry Wolver Wolverton Wolverton Wolverton
ton says Is one of the best natural out outfielders outfielders outfielders ¬
fielders the Coast leagues have ever pro produced produced produced
duced He has a good batting eye can cancover cancoer cancover
cover a lot of veldt In fielding and Is Isboth Isboth isboth
both swift and accurate In throwing throwingThird t1trowingThird throwingThird
Third Baseman Elliott the Yankee re recruit recrut recruit ¬
cruit had a batting average of 290 90 In the theOhioPennsylvania theOhioPennsylvania theOhioPennsylvania
OhioPennsylvania League last season In Inninetyfive Innlnetflvo Inninetyfive
ninetyfive games he made 103 hits and andflftyone andflftyone andfiftyone
flftyone runs fourteen being doubles doublesseven doublesseven doublesseven
seven triples and four circuit swats swatsAnother swatsAnother swatsAnother
Another eccentric twirler Is due du to tobreak tobreak tobreak
break into the big league next season In Inthe InthE inthe
the person of Lefty Wilhelm who ho was wasBold waseold wassold
Bold to the Phillies by tho Canton club of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Ohio and Pennsylvania League Wll Wlli Wllbelm Withelm
i helm Is touted as a second tJec nd Rube Waddell WaddellCloso WaddellCloso WaddellClose
Closo observers of the moving pictures picturesof
of the worlds series between the Ath Athletics Athletics Athletics ¬
letics and Cubs have noticed an amusing amusingmistake amusingmistake amusingmistake
mistake The films show two persons personswho personswho personswho
who are labeled President Tom Lynch Lynchof Lynchof
of the National League and Garry Herr Herrmann Herrmann Herrmann ¬
mann of the national commission commissionLynch commissionLynch commissionLynch
Lynch Is In the picture sure enough but buthis but1I1s buthi
his hi companion Is Uncle Ben Shlbe owner ownerof ownerot ownerof
of the worlds champions championsJimmy championsflmmy
J
Jimmy Casey the former Cub third thirdbaseman thirdbaseman thirdbaseman
baseman and manager man ger of Montreal has hassigned hassigned hassigned
signed to manage the Fort Wayne team teamIn teamIn teamIn
In the Contra C ntral League next year yearAmong yearAmonA yearAmong
Among the new material gathered < 1 by bythe bythe bythe
the Athletic scouts for 1911 are twO tw play players pla plaers playens ¬
ers touted tin nf a certain to reap fame In the thebig thebIg thebig
big league They The are Pitcher Collarmore Collarmoredrafted Collarmoredrafted Cohlarmoredrafted
drafted from Worcester and Outfielder OutfielderHogan Outfie1derHogan OutfielderHogan
Hogan from the Coast CoastThe CoastTh CoastThe
The Th Giants will train on their own field fieldat fieldat fieldat
at Marlin Springs Tex next March The Theplot Theplot Theplot
plot of ground deeded to the New York Yorkclub Yorkclub Yorkclub
club by the city Is being fenced In and a amodern amodem J Jmodem
modem clubhouse will be constructed for forthe torthe forthe
the use of the players Groundkeeper GroundkeeperMurphy GroundkeeperIurphy GroundkeeperMurphy
Murphy will 111 visit Marlin in January and andfix nndfix andfix
fix up the grounds like a big league plant plantThe plantThe plantThe
The men will report to McGraw there the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter par part of February FebruarySMILE Februa FebruaSMILE FebruarySMILE
SMILE AT SAMS SAMSTALK SAMSTALK SAMSTALK
TALK OF THE TOWN TOWNAll
All Brands Brandsof A Aof Aof
of Whiskies Whiskiesand
and Gins Ginsserved Ginsserved 1 0 C D Dand Dand R RGerved
served served over overthe I Ithe Ithebar1
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