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8 THE WASHINGTON WASItINc + TON HERALD THURSDAY DECEMBER 15 1910 1910McAleer 1910McA1eLc9 e eMcAleer
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CATHEDRALOTERS CATHEDRALOTERSBusiness CATHEDRAL WINNERS WINNERSBusiness
Business Basketball Basket ball Five FiveBeaten FiveBeaten FiveBeaten
Beaten in Fast Contest ContestITRST Con ContestEIRST test testFIRST
FIRST DEFEAT IN OW GYM GYMSelirnm GYMSchrnm GYMSchram
Selirnm Scores AU of Losers PoInts PolntaTodd PolntsTodd PoIntsTodd
Todd and Crane in Stellar Role Rolcafor Rolefor Ro1cfor
for Tennnllytown Boys DoysScott Scot t and andDodKe nndDode andDodge
Dodge Out ot High Schools Line Lineup Lineup LineUi ¬
up and Team Itt Crippled CrippledFor OrlplledFor CrippledFor
For tho first time in tile history of ofthe otthe ofthe
the school the Business Bustn lllil High basket basketball basketball basketball ¬
ball team was wa beaten in n ¼ thalr alr own gym gymnasium gymnasium gymnasluin ¬
nasium yauterday by the National Ca Cathedral Catbedral Cathedral ¬
thedral School for Boys by 26 to 5 The TheBusiness TheBusiness TheBusine
Busine Business team toom crippled by the loss of ofScott otScott ofScott
Scott their thetrstr star cantor and Dodge the thediminutive thediminutive thediminutive
diminutive forward Were outplayed at atevery atevery atevery
every point of the th game e Four new newmen newmfn newxnn
men were swan In th high school hool line lineup lIneup Uneup ¬
up when they appeared on the floor and andthe andthe j jthe
the lack of teamwork severely verely erely crippled crippledtheir crippledtheir i itheir
their chance for victory The superior superiorteamwork 8upriorteamwork I
teamwork of tha winners and the goal goaltossing goaltossing 1 1tossing
tossing of Todd and Crane aeemod to toput toput I Iput
put the lasers all at sea Sehram for forthe forthe I
the Business quint jeered ored red all of their theirpoints theirpoint2
points caging two baskets and making makinga I
a free toss to Fouls In the game were werenumerous wereiitunerous
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numerous and Todd took good advan advantage advanI advantage ¬
tage of this thl fact tact caging six free tomes tomesThe toseThe
The game opened up with the Business Businessboys Businessbo Bueine Bueineboys
boys bo s taking the ball from one end of ofthe ofthe ofthe l
the floor to tho other only ORI to lose pos possession pOfl80slon poesslon ¬
session sslon of the sphere when Nash made madea
a bad pass and Crane who was playing playingwell plaingwell playingwell
well up the floor received the ball and andsend andsend andsend
send it down to Todd from where he hedrew hedrew hedrew
drew tint blood After Todd had suc successfully successtully suecesafully ¬
cessfully caged four fre tree tosses and two twogoals hV9goals tw twgoals
goals time was called for the first half halfthe hafthf hatfthe
the > score standing 12 I to 3 In favor of the theCathedral theCathedral theCathedral
Cathedral boys boysDuring boysDurIng boysDuring
During the Intermission Dr Hudson Hudsonjrave Hudsonave Hudsongave
gave ave the Business boys some advice on onpassing onpassing onpassing
passing the ball and when they ap appeared ap appeared appeared ¬
peared on the floor for the second half halfthey haltthey halfthey
they appeared like a new team but when whanthe whenthe ohon ohonthe
the half started the sap and vigor was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not there and Cathedral Cathodra rolled up 14 14pointfi JIpoints 11points
points while Schram caged only one onegoal onegoal onegoal
goal for or the Rhode Island avenue avbn1Je av nue school schoolquint schoolQuint schoolquint
quint quintTodd quintTodd
QuintTodd
Todd again drew first blood in the sec second second seeond ¬
ond half when ho caged the ball on a afree atree afree
free toss Crane followed this up with witha
a basket from near the side lines Bas Baskets Baskets Bankets ¬
kets followed in quick succession > and by
the time that Schram had caged Busi Business BusinCBS Business ¬
ness only goal in the half the Cathedral Cathedralboys Cathedralboys Cathedralboys
boys had put the game on ice iceLineup IceLineup IceLineup
Lineup and summary summaryBiuinesa summaryBI summaryBnnss
Biuinesa Df5 Pakxu POJU POJURthOOoc Cathedral CathedrallUthbonc CathedralItathuonclft
lUthbonc Itathuonclft taft fonraid fonfa fonanITcxli fonanITcxlifocid Todd ToddSchnun ToddSchnun
Schnun risht fcnvud Crane CraneNaah Cr1BeNlIAll CrmeNeh
Naah outer otrBtonz Stone BtmIeFord IccJwood IccJwoodFord bkwoodFcwd
Ford Spongier Spenkrleft left aaard Daridaon DaridaonKrideet I idscn idscnDridtL
Krideet ri ricbt Jt gmid SofaBa SofaBaGmteScbmn BohlkeGMhScbnua
GmteScbmn Gmh rua 23 Todd 3 Cr CrJne ne 3 9 Stone 09 Z
r Daridson rai > anctaod SoMko Free Frs iamm tsdirarn jfofaram ram Todd 6 6licfereeMr 6
licfereeMr Referre Ir Qreen G Tur T1Hr31tfMaNh n ilecsnManh Mush and andHarr JIdIIur andflar
flar Harr Tine of bahesCO bahe3Section miiwU miiwUSection D IRItOiSection
Section Teams Play PlayAs PlnyAs PlayAs
As an extra attraction to the Business BusinessCathedral BuslnessCathedral BusinessathedraI
Cathedral athedraI game in the Stenographers Stenographersgym
gym yesterday y sterday Dr Hudson staged two twopection twoooctIon twoecUon
pection basketball games Tho first firstpanned fiI1itpanned firstpanned
panned out all right but for the second secondonly secondonly secondonly
only onehalf was placed pIa > d as section 91 91refused 91reused 91resed
refused to continue during the second secondperiod secondpertod secondperiod
period Tho score at time was 12 to 0 In Infavor infavor intavor
favor of section 331 331The 331The 321The
The first game was one of the best bestplayed bestplayed bestplayed
played in the Intersection League this thisseason thisseason thisseason
season Black was tho shining star play playing playfng playfog ¬
fog a steady game and caging his teams teamsonly teamsonly teamsOnly
only goal Holland for the losers played playedthe playedtbebe playedthe
the tbebe best bestNeither bestNeither t tNeither
Neither team scored in the first half halfbut haIrbut halfbut
but when play started l for tho second secondhalf secondbalt secondhalf
half Black caged gej the ball from the side sidelines sidellneR sidelines
lines Dowling helped things along by bytossing bytOSl7lns bytossing
tossing the ball Into the basket three threetimes threetimes threetimes
times on free tosses Ltnoup and sum summan summary summary
mary manSection marySection
marySection
Section 4 u 443 PedUco tJ n Section SectionDODIlhne 462 462Donahue 462Donahue
Donahue left forward Shcppud ShcppudO ShepperdOeford SheppaniGeefordrigkt
O Oeford Geefordrigkt sf d right forward Dillon DillonBlack Dillonlad DillonBlackoniter
Blackoniter BlackoniterPauth Black lad center HoJfcjnd HoJfcjndJVsacb IIo114Dd1eIeb
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wish Win DowJing Bowlingright right guard guardConIBk Moore MooreGoal ore oreOwBlAck
Goal OwBlAck Blade Froa tossco tmY taweDowilcg Dowling DOrUn 3 t Referee RefereeDr RefereeDt ReferraDr
Dr Hudson HudsonThe lludsottThe HudsonThe
The second game was not up to the theusual theusual thensual
usual standard for only onehalf was wasplayed wasplayed wasplayed
played Both teams showed lack of team teamwork teamwork teamwork ¬
work and the playing of both quints quintswas quintswas quintswas
was erratic Wise and Johnson divided dividedplaying dhidedplaying dIvidedplaying
playing honors both caging three goals goalsLineup gonlsLineup goalsLineup
Lineup and summary summarySection summarySccl summarySection
Section 331 Pewtkras Po Uws BecUoaM BecUoaMBrady Bect1on 04 04Beach 1 1BradY
Brady left fWward irI1wSbeppawl irI1wSbeppawlDoofr Hheppa d dHoo
Hoo Doofr flooi cr right forward Long LongVoJfe Lo LoWo1te
Wolfe VoJfe tester eeut < Dunbar DunbarWiw DunbarW DunbarJohneon
Wiw W Jt l fi gmrcl Kw KwJohnson RneJ1hnson > >
Johnson right guard puntUniloban puntUnilobanGoalsWin Uolloban llllobanliOf UollobanUoolsVCTso
UoolsVCTso liOf 3 5 Johnson 3 t UefereeDr Rf Dr Hud Hudson HQdJOn HadAlways ¬
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ATHLETES IN DEBATE DEBATEDailcy DEBATEDnlll DEBATEDailey
Dailcy Dnlll and Carter Cnrter of Georgetown GeorgetownFootball GeorgetownFootbnU GeorgetownFootball
Football Team Among A onl Speakers SpeakersThe SpenkclsThe Spea1eraThe
The Hamilton debate deb to will ill bo held heldat heldat heldat
at Georgetown University this even evening evenIng evening ¬
ing tin in Gaston Hall The speakers are area area area
a representative group of o Georgetown Georgetownman Georgetownmen Georgetownrash
man men rash and includes three who are well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known In athletics Foremost on the list listis listIa lIstII
is Vincent Dalley D lIey captain of the football footballteam footballteam footballteam
team Ho is not a novice in debating debatingthough duootlngthough debatingthough
though having participated in many manyI manyeontNts manycontests
I contests with other schools while he was wasstudent wasstudent wasft
ft student In the Prep Edward Carter Carterend Carterend
jend end on the football team Is another of ofi ofthe ofthe
i the participants He H is president pre ldont of the thePhiloderaic thePhUodemlc thePhilodemie
Philoderaic Society the highest body of ofdebating ofdebating ofdebating
debating at tho Hilltop institution Insttt tion He Heand HeI lIeanti
and Dailey will sido with the negative negativeand negativeand negativeand
I and opposed oppo ed to them Albert Flume treas treasurer treasurttr treasurer ¬
urer of the Athletic Association will willbring willbring wUIbrlnl
bring many strong arguments argumentsThe argumentsThe argumentsThe
The choice of these thos men m n is a groat groatboon groatboon greatboon
boon for Georgetown as concerns co cooperation co cooperation cooperation ¬
operation of athletics and studios studiosWTLLTE atudloaWILLIE studIesWILLIE
WILLIE EOPPE PLAYS TnmT TnmTWillie HERE HERE1ll1c T11EWillie
Willie 1ll1c Hoppe holder of the 181 and and1S2 andIS andIS
1S2 IS balkiine billiard championship will willMonday willDlay vIlllIlly
lIlly at the Royal bllllarf parlors next
Monday M nday and Tuesday evenings Willie Williewill Williewill Williewill
will play 600 G points 1S1 to any local play ¬
ers 260 6 points 182 and live an exhi ¬
bition of fancy shots after the game gameEAGDTG gameRAOING gameEAQmG
EAGDTG CARDS FOR TODAY TODAYJacksonville TODAYI TODAYJacksonville
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JIM McALEER McALEER MAY BUYTHE BUY BUYTHE BUYTHE
THE ST LOUIS BALL CLUB CLUBHedges CLUBHedges CLUBHedges
Hedges Wants to Sell for 500000Nationals Likely Likelyto Iikelyto
to Get Flynn and Engle EngleLynch Lynch Reelected
2
League Meeting Developments DevelopmentsMcAleer DevelopmentsJtleAlfer DevelopmentsMeAleer
McAleer mentioned an an next nextowner nextowner ext extcnvner
owner of St Louis Drowns IlromiHNationals DrownsNntlonnla BrownsNatlounl
Nationals likely 1U ely to get both bothEngle bothEngle bothEagle
Engle and Flynn FlynnScuaoo FbDnSelul FlynnSeason
Season Selul n to Open April 12 1 aad aadwill aadwill nndwill
will comprise 151 if5 gaines gnmeaSt gnrnesSt gainesSt
St Louis Loul trades GTlgga axig tor torNlR torNig forNig
Nig Clarke ClarkeNew Clnrl < e eNew
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New York Dec Doc 14 HThe < The American AmericanLeague AmericanLeuguo AmericanLeague
League at Profowionul Pr rlonal Baseball Clubs Clubsin Clubsin ClubsIn
in convention at the Hotel Wolcott to today to todny today ¬
day provided a sensation sonsa lon in the shape shapeof shapeot shapeof
of an offor by Robert Robertloo Lee Hedges to sell sellthe soIlthe sellthe
the SL St Louis Browns Mr Hedges Hedgesownt lIed Iledgesowns 08 08owns
owns 66 t per cent of the stock toak and sold soldtonight saidtonight flid flidtonight
tonight that the price was a million millioncold millioncold millioncold
cold but other magnates ma ntos who were In Intouch Intouch IntOuch
touch with the sltimtlon declared that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the stock plant 1 lant and grounds could be bepurchased bepurchased bepurchased
purchased for a trifle less than J600000 J600000Mr 600000Mr 010000 010000Mr
Mr Hedges was inclined to split hairs hairswhen hairswben hairswhen
when asked about about the matter He de denied de den2ed donled ¬
nied emphatically that he had offered to tosell toseJ1 tosell
sell the St S1 Louis club at the meeting meetingwhich meetingwhich meetingwhich
which in point of fact was true But Buthe Buthe Butho
he refused to talk when asked if he had hadinformed lmdInfonnod hadInformed
informed the delegate that a syndicate syndicateof
of three St Louis business men m n stood stoodready stoodrtady stoodready
ready to take the club off o his hands He Hehad Hehnd tIChad
had pledged himself to secrecy before beforeleaving bforeleaving beforeleaving
leaving the star chamber and was evi evidently evldenl1 cvidently ¬
dently denl1 disturbed when he loarned that thatthe thatthe
the story had leaked out outAccording outAccordlng outAccording
According to a club owner who at attended attended attended
tended the meeting Provident Ban John Johnson JohnliOn Johnson ¬
son appointed a committee consisting of ofFrank ofFrank
Frank J Farrell arrell of the New York club clubC clubC clubC
C A Comiskey of the Chicago club and andhimself andhlm andhimself
himself hlm el to confer confer with Mr Hedges and andreport andreport
report back to the league 16fte ue tomorrow In Incidentally Incidentally Incidentally ¬
cidentally it was w a learned that when the theSt theS1 theSt
S1 St Louis magnate disclosed the identity identityof
of fhe syndicate Sndc te in the Mound City CityPresident CityPresident CityPresident
President Comiskey declared that James JamesMcAleer JameBMcAleer JamesMcAleor
McAleer at present manager of the theWashington theWaShington
Washington club had sufllciont backing backingto
to relieve Mr Hedges of his holdings holdingsand holdlnglland holdingsand
and that if a sale was really Imminent ImminentMcAleer ImminentMcAleer imminentMcAleer
McAleer had the moral support of a ma majority majority majority ¬
jority of the leagues 10fl 88 club owners As AsComiskey AsComlsky AsConliskey
Comiskey Is the big man In the circuit circuitand cirlultand circuitand
and generally has h s his way it is believed believedthat beliovodthat believedthat
that McAleer will secure the club If any anybody anybody ¬
body doo dooMcAleer doom dOOIMcA1eer doomMeAleer
McAleer Refuses to Talk TalkSee TalkSec TalkSee
See Comlskey Coml key said McAleer when whenqueried whenQue whenqued
queried Que qued d tonight I cannot say a word wordCormskey wordComiskey wordCorlkkey
Cormskey antI Johnson are my friends friendsand friendsand friendsand
and I am ready to stand by them if I Igo Igo Igo
go to St Louis there will be no trouble troubleover troubleover troubleover
over my contracts with the Washington Washingtonclub Wasblngtonclub Washingtonclub
club clubMcAleer
McAleer it wlU bo remembored was wasthe wastho wasthe
the manager of the Browns Bro fI In IMS when whenthe whenthe whentho
the club made a stropg bid for the pen pennant pennant pennant ¬
nant In 1S00 the team was crippled near nearly ncurly nearly ¬
ly all season sOO5 < and after that campaign campaignPresident campaignPresident campaignPresident
President Hedges let McAleer go The Thelatter Thelatt Thelatter
latter r prompUY signed stS Od with the Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington club and managed tho team with withsuccess withsuccou withsuccess
success last year oar Meanwhile the Browns Brownsunder Drownsunder BrownsUnder
under Jack OConnors management managementfailed managementtaUed managementfailed
failed absolutely and the club lost lo t a pot potof potof potof
of money mone nu J11 Ch h to the chagrin of John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son ComlskeJ Comiske and the pthor league men menWhen menen menWhen
When en the scandal over the alleged base baaohits balohits basehits
hits made by Lajole in St St Louis broke brokeloose brokelose brokelose
lose OConnor in spite of a twoyear twoyearcontract twoyearcontract twoyearcontract
contract contract was summarily released by Mr MrHedges MrHedges MrHedges
Hedges presumably at the command of ofJohnson ofJohnson ofJohnson
Johnson The 43t t Louis magnate since sincethen sincethen sincethen
then has been trying to secure a new newmanager newmanager newmanager
manager Bobby Wallace Willie Keeler KeelerFred KeelerFred KeolerFred
Fred Lake and Bill Joyce are being beingnamed beingnamed beingnamed
named as candidates but all this time it itis ItIs Itis
is said the American League as a whole wholebogan whole wholebogan wholebegan
bogan to realize that heroic measures measuresmust measuresmust measuresmust
must bo b adopted adoptedIt
It is known that the St Louis problem problemwas problemW8S problemwas
was discussed late last night so that thatwhen thatwhen thatwhen
when the owner of the Browns made his hisannouncement hisannouncement hisannouncement
announcement in the meeting today the thedelegates thedelogates thedelegates
delegates were not surprised surprisedTha surprisedThe surprisedThe
The minority stockholders in the St StLouis StLouis St StLouts
Louis club are satisfied to go on said saidan saidan saidan
an American League man tonlght but butMr butMr butMr
Mr Hedge is disgusted with the way waythings wa wathings waythings
things have broken for him and is going goingto goingto goingto
to sell If he can got his price I under understand undertaud understand ¬
stand taud that McAleer has plenty of money moneybehind mane manebeblnd moneybehind
behind him but whether he can n raise raisemoro ralscmoro raisemore
moro than 5500000 > to swing thedeal re remains remwns remains ¬
mains to be soon St Louis is a gold goldmine goldmln goldmine
mine mln for a firstclass club and the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American League does not believe that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the club under Hodges can ever suc succeed succCdd sueceed ¬
ceed cCddMr
ceedMr
Mr Hedges held a long conference conferencewith conrerencewith conferencewith
with Messrs Johnson Farrell and andComiskey andComiskey andComiskey
Comiskey at a late hour Iour tonight after afterthe nfterthe afterthe
the delegates had been entertained at a abanquet abAnquet abanquet
banquet given in their honor by the thepresident theresldent thepresIdent
president resldent of the New York club clubAmonr clubAmon clubAmong
Among Amon Those Present PresentWhen Pre PresentWhen t tWhen
When the American League men men went wentinto Wcntinto wentinto
into the session the clubs were repre represented rcpr rcprsented reprosontcd ¬
sented as follows Washington T C CNoyes CNoyos CNoycs
Noyes Now York Frank J Farrell FarrellPhiladelphia FarrenPhUadolphla FarrbllPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Benjamin F Shlbe Shll > e and andFrank andFrank andFrank
Frank L Hough Boston John L Taylor Taylorand Taylorand Taylorand
and Hugh McBreen Chicago C A AComiskey AComiskey AComiskey
Comiskey Cleveland Charles W WSomers WSomers WSomers
Somers Detroit Frank Frank J Navin St StLouis 81Louis StLouis
Louis Robert L Hedges President PresidentJohnson PresidentJohnson PresidentJohnson
Johnson called the meeting to order and andthe andthe andthe
the report of the board of directors was wasadopted wasadopted wasadopted
adopted New directors representing representingthe
the St St Louis Detroit Philadelphia and andWashington andWashington andWashington
Washington clubs were then elected electedThe electedThe electedThe
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opening the t e season le SQn on April 12 and clos closing closIng doe doelug ¬
ing on October 7 Saturday In the East EastThe Eastand Eastand
and on October 8 Sunda Sunday In Ute West WestThe I ITho
The league received a petition from fromSecretary tromScorttta1 fromSecretary
Secretary Scorttta1 = Y John H Farrell of the Minor MinorLeague MinorLeague MinorLeague
League Association As oclatlon requesting that the theWostern theVostern theWestern
Western League and the Three Eye EyoLeague EyeLongue EyeLeague
League retain re ln their pra present ent classification classificationTho classificationTho classificationThe
Tho potItion was approved Then came carcothe carnothe camethe
the St Louis club case which took up uptho uPtho upthe
tho remainder of the day the league leagueadjourning leagueadjourning leagueadjourning
adjourning at 7 oclock until 11 oclock oclocktomorrow oclocktomorrow oclocktomOrrow
tomorrow morning morningThomas morningThomus morningThomas
Thomas J Lynch was reelected presi president president president ¬
dent of the National League for one year yearby yearb yearby
by b a unanimous vote at the meeting meetinghold meetinghold meetinghold
hold In the Hotel Braslin August Herr Herrmann Herrmann Herrmann ¬
mann held the key to Oafs situation with withflvo withtIvo withfive
five votes but when he went gunning gunningafter bUnningatter gunningafter
after another vote needed to change the theconstitution theconstitution tIleconstitution
constitution so that Lynchs term of ofofllce ototUco ofotllca
ofllce could be extended to three years yearsho yearsho yearslmo
ho struck a a snag snagThat MnagThnt snagThat
That occasioned much wirepulling and anda anda
a long star chamber session It devel developed developed devoloped ¬
oped that at tho spring meeting the theleague theleague theleague
league voted otod unanimously to empower empowertha empowertho empowerthe
the president to draft tho playing sched schedule schedule achedulo ¬
ule But when the minutes were read on onTuesday Ini InilU98day onTuesday
Tuesday it was found that Herrmann did didnot didnot I Inot
not have enough votes to approve them themThe themfhe themThe
The result was wa that the question que Uon was re reconsidered reconlldered reconsidered ¬
considered finally and was as lout by a vote voteof voleof voteof
of 5 to 3 3Herrmann 3Horrman 3ITorrmamn
Herrmann then tried to get a vote to toenable toenable toenable
enable his faction to change the con constitution constitution constitution ¬
stitution so that Lynch could b be re reolected reolected reelected
olected for a longer term than ono year yearFogel yearoge yearFogel
Fogel oge was the Cincinnati magnates sub subject lIubject subject ¬
ject for argument but talking was wa a awaste awlUlte awaste
waste of time For a time It looked as nsIf asIf
If Lynch would refuse to take office officefor otUeefor officefor
for ono year ear only but dIG peacemakers peacemakerssoon
soon prevailed and nominations were in inorder inorder Inor4er
order Murphy Jumped to his feet quick quickly quickly quickly ¬
ly and nominated Lynch Jjnc Former Cor Corporation Corppratlon Corppratlon ¬
ppratlon Counsel John Whalen haJen of the theNow theNow theNow
Now York club ascended nded the nomina nomination nomination nomination ¬
tion and Lynch wa wu reelocted without withouta
a dissenting vote votePresident votePrestdent votePresident
President Lynch was complimented for forhis torbls forhis
his exhaustive report covering the past pastsoason pnstsoason pastseason
soason Lynch recoenondod a rule pro prohibiting prohibiting prohibiting ¬
hibiting any more primes prta l for champion championbatamen championbatmen championbatsmon
batmen and nd suggested 1IU ted a conference conferencewith conferencewith conferenceWith
with the American League on schedule schedulematters schedulematters schedulematters
matters The report was adopted adoptedMessrs adoptedMosers adoptedMessrs
Messrs Dreyfus Ebbeis E bets Murphy MurphyHerrmann MurphyHernnaJ MurphyIIerrmarju
Herrmann and Brush were w rs reelected dl directors dlroctors dlrectors ¬
rectors for next year The president has hasthe hasthe hasthe
the power to appoint the usual schedule schedulecommittee schedulecommlUoe sehethilecommittee
committee of three members membersI membersDoaton membersBoston
I Boston Club Sold SoldWilliam SoMaWilliam SoldWilliam
William Hepburn RUs Russell eII accompanied accompaniedby
by Lewis Cowoe Page Harvard M 1 and andC andC andC
C C SWll arrived from Boston today and andJOftOW 8I1dOOO andlllO0
JOftOW lllO0 OOO In cash was paid over to John P PHarris PHarris PHarris
Harris thor therohlimplet1ng thorota ompleting pletlng the sale of oftho ortllo ofthe
the Bostoaa Boston4btJnalLcsgue Stit tinal fal League Club for a atotal atotal atotal
total of 1 1i0I UMd t k ago Harris re received recoTvcd recaYved ¬
ceived coTvcd J3SOOO 4AI on oi 80pnt nt while a certl certified certlfled certlfled ¬
fled check for b b0 was deposited with witha withDoston witha
a Boston truwt tru trustcompany j company mpany on Tuesday TuesdayHarris TuefldayHarris TuesdayHarris
Harris turned 0 Ol > JJS > TB shares of stock to tothe tothe tothe
the Russell syndicate flY icatt which now own ownall ownall ownsall
all but 20 of the 10W 1 shares Mr Ir Rut RutsoU Bussoil >
sell will be the new president of the club cluband clubnnd cluband
and Fred J l Murphy ef Boston will be beelected beelected beelected
elected a director and nd treasurer Fred l FredTenney C d dTon
Tonney Ton ey will win be appolntd manager of the theteam t1 t1team theteam
team in place of 0 Fred Lake who will be besatisfied besaUstled besatisfied
satisfied to withdraw in his favor favorWhen favorWhen favorWhen
When the new nn news that the Boston Club Clubhad Clubhad Clubhad
had been sold became known the veteran veteranAdrian veteran4drlan veteranAdrian
Adrian C Anson became warm under the thecollar thecollar >
collar He declared that he organized a asyndicate asndlc11te asyndicate
I syndicate hut summer and went to Pitts Pittsburg PUtSburg Pittsburg
burg In August wHere he asked Harris Harristo HarrisI
I i to put a a price on the clnb Harris told toldme toldme toldinc
me that the club was not for sale at any anyprlco anyprlco anyprice
prlco said Anson An on but now I am con convinced convlnc6 convinced ¬
vinced < l that the National League for forwhich forwhich forwhich
which I Played so many years did not notwant notwnnt notwant
want me I have ve many friends in Bos Boston Boston Boatonj ¬
ton tonj and I could easily have produced a awinner awinner awinner
winner Besides it would have been a acinch acinch
cinch to raise 138 sieom 138000 for my backers backerswore backerswore backerswore
wore prepared to pay twice that amount amountSt amountSt amountSt
St Louis Loul Trade GrXK GrXKWhen GrJfJIIWhen GriggaWhen
When Owner Hedges of tho St Louis LouisBrowns LouisBrowns LoutsBrowns
Browns was not behind closed doors doorswith doorswith doorswith
with his fellowmagnates he busied him himself himself himself ¬
self talking trades He handed over overGriggs overGriggs overGriggs
Griggs one of his beat bc t players p1ayc to the theCleveland theCleyoland theCleveland
Cleveland club for Catcher Nig Clarke ClarkeHe ClarkeHe ClarkeHe
He partially accepted a proposition to let letPitcher letPitcher letPitcher
Pitcher Bill Bailey go to the Detrolts Detroltsfor Detroltsfor Detroitsfor
for Outfielder Mclntyrq but called tilt thrdeal Ulldet tiltdeal
deal l off Tlen Jennings the Detroit Detroitmanager Detroitmanager Detroitmanager
manager offered Infielder In eJder Lathers for forBailey CorBailey forBailey
Bailey and H HedCS Hc4es < 3dgos went away oay to think thinkIt thinkit thinkit
It over But be came back with a re refusal refusal rofusal ¬
fusal Jennings incidentally turned down downJohn downJohn downJoltn
John I Taylors offer to trade Pitcher PitcherWood PitcherWood PitcherWood
Wood and Catcher Carrigan for Pitcher PitcherSummers PitcherSummeI1i PitcherSummers
Summers and Catcher Schmidt Jennings Jenningssaid JenningssaId Jenningssaid
said he could not afford to part with withSummers withSummers withSummers
Summers for or any an consideration considerationTho considerationTho considerationThe
Tho Washington club angled for Clyde ClydeEngle ClYdeEngle CbdeEngle
Engle of the Boston Red Sox and may mayget mayget mayget
get him in an exchange e change of some kind kindFred kindFred kindFred
Fred Clarke the Plttsburg manager managerbuttonholed managerbattonholed managerbuttonholed
buttonholed John McGraw the leader of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Giants and said saidIll saidIll saidI1l
Ill let you have Pitcher Camnltz for forBridwell forBridwell forBridwell
Bridwell and Crandall CrandallWho CrandallWho CrandallWho
Who asked McGraw with a puzzled puzzledlook puzzledlook puzzledlook
look Clarke repeated his 1 5 offer and Mc McGraw Mc McGraw McGraw ¬
Graw yawned yawnedClarke yawnedClarke yawnedClarke
Clarke is about ready to turn over overFirst overFirst overFirst
First Baseman Flynn to Washington and andthe andthe andthe
the deal will likely go through throughThe throughThe throughThe
The Cleveland club has sold Third ThirdBaseman ThirdBaseman ThirdBascman
Baseman Bradley to Toronto TorontoBoth TorQntoBoth ToroptBoth
Both hotels were wero crowded with baseball baseballmen baseballmen baseballmen
men from early morning until far Into Intotho Intotho intothe
tho night nightTomorrow nightTorbOrrow nightToitiorrow
Tomorrow will wind wI d up the con confer conterences conferenecs f err erren
en ences encesCAItROLL enecsCARROLL ccs ccsCllfcOH
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The Carroll Institute basketball quint quintdefeated Quintdefeated quintdefeated
defeated the Y M C A A Hovers Tuesday Tuesdaynight Tuesdaynight Tuesdaynight
night before one of thp largest larg St crowds crowdsthat crowdsthat crowdsthat
that have witnessed a Washington City CityLeague CityLeague CityLeague
League game The Carroll quint simply simplytoyed ilmplytoyed simplytoyed
toyed with the Rovers Ro ors In the first half halfbut haltbut halfbut
but In the second period of the game gamethey gamothey gamethey
they swept the losers off their feet feet mak making makIng malelug ¬
ing 26 points to the Rovers 7 Lineup Lineupand LlneUlnnd LIneupand
and summary summaryOarroll summarycarroll K KCarroll
Carroll Institute Positions Y Y11 L M IL C C A AColeman A ACOeman AColemanisIt
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Officers of Division League LeagueThe LengneTho LeagueThe
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officers of otthe the Tenth T nth Division Atheletic AtheleticLeague AtholettcLengue AtheletfcLeague
League President Pre ldont F FJ J Cardoza princi principal principal principal ¬
pal of ofWnson Wilson School vice president B BA EA BA
A Wilson principal of Briggs School Schooland Schooland Schooland
and secretarytreasurer M E Smith Smithprincipal Smithprincipal SmithprIncipal
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100 Louder 6 to I won 1roni Red Lass 100 Keogh KeoghIs
13 to 5 second Beach Sand 108 1 S Mien 6 to 1 1third 1third 1third
third Time Time 108 15 Prince Withers May Iay Baeno BaenoWarsaw BaenoWarM1 BuenoWarsaw
Warsaw Berthmont Footfall Otronita Marado MaradoFritz MuadoPritz I1aradoFritz
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SECOND SEOND RACE ICi RACESIX Sii furlongs f Gladys Ul Louise Li llr llrSmith 11 1llSmith
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7 0 to t 2 2 second s You Yo Win 105 le Murphy UuYI 12 1 to 1 1third 1 1third
third thin Time Te 12315 1 l5 1 15 Duc Duchess of 0 MontctwHo MontctwHorooner MotcoUo MotcoUoQre Moirtoholloemxoner
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8 to 5 third t Time T 1 15lt 5 Wnnd I nl Dr D Mack MackJoe MackIce 1
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SIXTH SIXH RACE RAOESm TLtCFScren Soren furlongs fulo Ramon Rn Corona Cna
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Time T 127 1 Z 4 45 Preen Irn Misprison l p Tom To Franks FranksBuna 1 franksBuns
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PENSACOLA PESACOL RESULTS RESULTSFIRST RSUT RESULTSFIRST
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SECOND SEND RACBOno RACOn mile mie Hzrdinc Hm 102 10 10 IrrtnJ
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Warner Wre Griswell Orwel 101 1 Wrapen W p 3 to t 1 third ti TImo 11muin
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Wrcapen Wrpnl 4 to 1 second St SL Dnnstan Dt I 102 lI Jensen JensenI Jen Jent
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104 Quinlan Qun1d ID l to 1 won wn Ameron 103 IO Wrespon WresponS Wn
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George Bailey and Glinia also
Gere Baiey ad GUp Gilpiap ran ranFIFTH r ranF1F
FIFTH FF F1F rH RACE RACEFve iltCFFIve Firo furlong f dierokee Chcre Rose R 193 193Burton l lDn 155Burtoo
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third thr Time Tme liB 1 Bodkin Bok Jim Ji L I L Cbemult Cul Bright BrightMaiden Brght BrghtWde B1ghtMilderi
Maiden Wde Easy y Life Lie and a Missive Mite also s ran ranSIXTH r ranSIXTH
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GALLATJDEE LOSES STAB STAECapt STABCalt STABCapt
Capt Birck Injured When ben His Team TemDefeats TeamDefents TeamDefeats
Defeats ArmyNavy Preps PrepsIn PrepsIn PrepIn
In a practice game yesterday afternoon afternoonat
at the Kendall Green gymnasium pre preparatory pre prepara proparatory ¬
paratory para tory to the opening of Its mtercolle mtercolleglate 1 1rercoIleslate lhtercolleglate
glate schedule Saturday the Gallaudet Gallaudetbasketball Gallaudctb3ketball Gallandetbasketball
basketball squad stayed with the Army Armyand AImyand Armyand
and Navy Preparatory quint winning by by2C by2G
2C 1 to 17 In the first half the game was wasamateurish wasamatourlsh wanamateurish
amateurish Gallaudot piling up sixteen sixteenpoints slxteQqpoints slxteoapoints
points to the visitors eight but both bothteams bothteams bothteams
teams Improved in tho second half halfThe halfThe halfThe
The game was costly to Gallaudet as asCapt asCapt asCapt
Capt BIrch the star Buff and Blue Bluecenter BluBcenter Bluecenter
center and one of the beet and most fa favorably favorably favorably ¬
vorably known college athletes of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District ran into a barrier in such a amanner A Amanner amanner
manner as to dislocate his hi right knee kneeonce kneoonce kneeonce
once more and had to be carried off the thefloor thefloor J Jfioor
floor floorThe fioorThe floorThe
The injury received yesterday will pre prevent prevent provent ¬
vent the brilliant player from participat participating partfcipatIng participating ¬
ing In any moe nose basketball basketbpll games this thisseason thl3season thinseason
season seasonWho
i Who will succeed Birck as Q the I 4 captain captainof apah apahof
of the Gallaudet quint has not boon de decided de decided docided ¬
cided but the choice lies between Left LeftGuard LeftGuard LeftGuard
Guard Hower and Loft Forward Morris MorrisLineupland MorrisLlnAupand MorrIsLlneupand
Lineupland summary summaryGallindet summaryG1lbndet summaryGallandet
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Motorcycle Show for Chicago CWcnroThe ChicagoThe ChicagoTh
The Th motorcycle show to be held in inChicago inChicago inChicago
Chicago February C to U in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with the automobile show will outshine outshineanything outablnennythlng outshineanything
anything of a 1 like nature ever given given In InChicago inChicago inChIcago
Chicago This is the opinion of the show showcommittee showcommltteo showcommIttee
committee of the Motorcycle Manufactur Manufacturers ¬
ers Association which has just arranged arrangedthe arrangediJhe s sthe
iJhe the space allotment for the motorcycle motorcycleexhibition motorcycleI motorcycleexhibition
exhibition oxhl bltlon This allotment was made at ata ata ata
I a conference with the show committee committeeand commlUetand committeeand
and the management of the National NationalAssociation NaUonalAssocIation NationalAssociation
Association of Automobile Maauiacturers ManuactureraI
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