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Moguls and Fan Watch with Interest National Commission Meeting-Racing
SPOILS TO BE
BIG SUBJECT
National Commission Will
Have Busy Time at Cin
cinnati Meeting.
???? Torfe. ???. I.?Division of the
world ?eri?? ?poll? ?mon?; player? of
ih? Aral division club? In both major
I-mu???, in ??cordane? with the
?eh??* ?ponjenred by John K. Tener,
will be the chief topic of bu?lness ?t
the annual meeting of th? National
' ommisiion ?t Cincinnati tomorrow
and Tuesday, to attend which Mr.
Tener ?nd John Hoydler. ?ecretary of
the National Lea-rue. left thi? city
t?>d?y.
Th? gathering of the eomnil??lon
will doubtless attract many baseball
<-lub owner? and man??*"? and will
I'ford Miller Huggin?. the new leader
of th? Tank.?, another opportunity to
??t hi? fortune In the player market.
Huggin? left for Cincinnati, wher<*
'??? mal?es hl? home. Inst night, and
those eloa? to the *?tut? chief of
th? Tanks declare he will not come
Imek empty handed. Although the
?leal for Dei-rill Pratt, of the Frown?.
is virtually off. Hus*>tins ?asserted be
fore leaving this city ?hat he intended
to reopen negotiations and would put
forth every effort to procure the at.
l.niti? ?tar.
Th? division scheme advocated by
T?n?r will be worked out In detail at
the commission meeting At a recent
? ?onferenre between Ban Johnson and
August Herrmann they decided the
players on the winning clubs in the
world serle? next autumn should re
ceive a fixed ?um of ?2.0?? ?nd the
men on the losing team a fixed sum
"f tl.tta. For the players on the sec
Ma third and fourth clubs In each
lea*ue there also will be a measure
of Joy next autumn, for the scheme
is to take what mone}' is left from the
players' pool of the big ?erica after
eaeb winning player receives I'-'fiO
??nd a?ch losing player is paUl ?I.HO
and di?ride It on a sliding scale amone
the play??? of the teams that also
inlshed In the first division In their
respective races.
To be arare. the eeheme advocated by
Mr. Tenet* and other basehall leaders
i? Bot popular ?mong the ball players
themeelve?, but the Impression is ri?
era! In m?Jor leasu?? circi?? that it
will make for better competition
ihroughout the season. The idea is
solely to stimulate Interest and flrjht
???- spirit among the player? so the
? earn? will strive to finish in the first
division even when the leadership is
oeyond their grasp
The details of the proposition will
he completed at the commission meet
ng tomorrow. nasini: calculation?,
inon the ?am that would have been
left over at the last world aerie? be
tween th? (Hants and White Sox. It
would mean that the players of the
second place clubs would receive ap
proximately $7'? each, player? on the
third Clubs about $400 each and those
.n the fourth clubs about 1250 each.
CUBS HINT BIGGEST
TRADE OF SEASON
Chicago, Jan. t.?The deals which
I'rought Alexander and Killifer
?rom Philadelphia and Text Tykr
tree? Boston to the Chicaco Na
tionals will be eclipsed by one
(?resident Weeghman now is plan
ning, according to Manager
Mitchell.
Mitchell said the t:'0.nf?n with
which Weeghman started out to
buy a, championship team 1? not
nearly exhausted, and that the big
gest trade of the season will be an
nounced in a few ?lays.
While- Mitchell would not say
who wa? concerned in the reported
trade. It was intimated today that
negotiations for Roger Hnrnsby.
i-hortstop of the St. ?oui? Nation
als, wer? still under w?y.
Baby Doll Jacobson
Assigned to Norfolk
v'w Tork. Jan. ? -Outfielder Bill
Baby Doll") Jacobson. of the St.
l.ouis Browns, who last summer en
Isted as ? navy yeoman, with per
mission to delay reporting until
the close of the baseball season,
has been assigned to duty at the
Norfolk navy yard.
T?le Sloan, another outfielder of
the Browns, who enlisted with Ja
? ohson. ha? not been assigned to
duty ?o far ?? announced.
Perhaps the navy haa more yeo
men ?nd yeowomen than Is can use
just now. The Browns will not mis?
either player greatly If Williams
?nd Tobin, along with Smith, come
through ?? expected.
Lebaooa Football Players Rewarded
I.eb?non. Pa, Jan. *?The Leba
non High School football "L** was
?warded to fourteen member? of
th? Red and Blue eleven, which fin
ished the 1917 ?eason with a record
at ?even victories and two defeats.
the latter coming In the first two
games. The team lose? only three
tirst-class player? by graduation
and will have as a nucleus for 191S's
organisation eleven "L" players, as
follow?: Capt. Miller. Mish. Kase,
Leslie, Homan. Houck. Boyer, Ger
man. Trout, Troutman and Jones.
? Thorough.
Muekegon. Mich.. Jan. 7.-As the
Muskegon fMlch 1 club will not b?
In th? Ontral league next season,
its baseball pis ?rs are being dis>
PO?ed ef. Paul Wachtel, pitcher, goes
to Columbu?. Outfielder Herndon ha?
bee? ?old to St. Paul, and Pitcher
Jim Allen probably will go to Fort
Worth. In the Texas eague.
HAVANA RESULTS.
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MAT POSTPONE MEETING.
Chicago. Jan. ?-The National
Commission meeting scheduled to
be held In cincinnati tomorrow and
Tuesday will be postponed a day
or two. The dels, is caused by a
severe snowstorm whioh 1? ?weep
ing; over thl? section of the ooun
Ir'y. Bsn B. Johnson, th? president
of the American I-salue, along
with his associai?, will be d?lay?d
In Bettina to Cincinnati, and th?
meeting no doubt will not be called
until Wednesday or perhaps Thurs
day.
KNAPP IN LINE
TO LEAD INTS
International League's Fate
Still Hangs in a
Balance.
Baltimore. Md.. J?n. ?-The meet
in?; of the commission thl? werk will
probably have little or no effect upon
the fate of the International Lesene.
The major? may net together and
tell bow vital It I? for the circuit to
keep going ?nd that it should he given
every encoursgement. but thst will
shout let out their efforts. They have
sto-Ka idly by for a long while now
and there Is no occasion for expect
ing them to step up snd do snything
where tt will cost one penny. It's not
In their Mood.
The fate of the International con
tlnues to get considerable attention
throunhout the land. The feeling Is
more or less general that the organi
sation will stsrt next season. Talli
that the orgsnlxatlon will suspend
can scarcely be hesrd. even In th?
towns which did ?It the croaking 1-e
fore the December session of th?
league. Various folks are being
named ?a probable successor? to Kd
Barrow, hut It would not he ? bad bet
to say that the man who will succeed
lo the *oh has not as yet been men
tioned, and this Includes Pat Powers,
Jim Price. Charley Chnrln. Joe Lnn
nln. and last but not least. Charle?
H. Knapp, of Baltimore.
Hearken unto the following choice
bit by a Buffalo scribe:
"Jack Dunn, of Baltimore, who
cast his vote against Barrow at the
recent meeting, also ha? a candi
date for president of the league.
Dunn thinks that Charle* H. Knarp.
a lawyer, who Is interested in the
Baltimore team, would make an
Ideal man for the Job. Knapp, who
has a large legal practice, couldn't
he expected to give up his law bus
in??? for 12.BOO. the salary fixed for
the International League head, and
unless the headquarter? of the or
ganlxation I* moved to Baltimore
the ?election of Knapp would be
out of th? question. Therein lies
th, secret of Dunn'? desir? to ?ee
Knapp made president.
Predict Record Entry
For National Meet
Chlc.igo. Jan. ?. ? The biggest
meet in the history of the event Is
what official? of the Norge Ski Club
are predicting for the national am
ateur ?nd professional tournament
to be held at Cary. Ul.. January 2*.
and 27. Kntrle? from all of the
Northern States and from several
of the Canadian provinces are pour
ing In to Secretary Engd.ihl. of the
Norge Club, and a record-breaking
event is promised. Several novelty
feature? are being framed up f.?r
MM affair.
ANOTHER MANAGER?
Pele Herman Is Said to Have Fired
Red Walsh.
New York, Jan. ?.?It was rumored
around the rit y laut nicht that Han
tam-weight - 'hampion Pote Herman
had split with lud Walsh and haa
placed himself uml^r th? manacemt-nt
of F>anny Morgan, If true, thia will
?e Herman's third manager in a year.
Herman started otT the year of 1917
under the direction of Jerry Gargano,
of New Orleans, and the Utter piloted
the former bootblack to the world'a
championship.
A few months after winning the
crown Herman had a bis; flght with
Gargano und they parted company.
Red Walsh, who had been Herman's
trainer, wan appointed his manager
by Pete, and the pair were apparent
ly faat friends.
However- last night the news spread
that Herman ani Walsh were no
longer together and that hereafter the
New Orleans pugilistic product would
be directed by nanny Morgan.
LEHIGH TO PLAY PITT.
Gridders Will Get Together on
October 2.
Bethlehem, Pa., Jan. *.?.-thigh's
football schedule for 191? la almost
completed. On October 2 Pittsburgh
will be played on the local ground?.
Carnegl? Tech will be played en Octo
ber 12. and either Georgetown ur Rut
een? will he played at home on Octcb*r
19. Pcnn Stata will he given tne local
home date of either November 9 or
1*. ?nd Lafayette will he net at
Faeton on November 23. I'cnn Mili
tary. Muhlenhurg and Vrslnu? arc be
ing considered for the remaining open
date?.
Scranton Forfeit? Franchise.
Scranton, Pa., Jan. *.?Because of
continued poor attendance the own
ers of the Scranton teem, of Penn
sylvania State League, have forfeit
ed their franchise. A special meet
ing of th? league for Sunday ha?
been called to discuss the question.
Scranton ha? lost $1.200 to dat?. Re
port? ?re that Hazleton will also be
dropped and the second half finished
with six clnbs.
Dempsey After Willard.
Chicago, Jan. ?.?Another heavy
weight who want? to draw Cham
pion Je?a Willard ?w?y from th? stove
long enough to get him loto a
squared ring has drifted East, ao he
won't hav? to throw hi? challenge?
so far.
Jack Dempsey. of th? P?clfic Coast.
and hla manager. Jack Kcarna. ?re
?chaduled to arrive In Chicago tomor
row. If they fall to ?tir Je?? th?y will
cha llena? Sam I-angford. Bill
nan or anr of the rest of tho.? w
aapir* lo la? hcavy-w.lght crown.
Now Aa ?t-.tor
nicher Lou North, formell- of the
Caraaaala who nnuhed lh. ???.on
with alila?.ike,. ha? lami? ? ih* ara?,
MMM renn?? Norm ?a? Beni io
linw ? ik?- la Ih. deal thai in.eV Mai
via .a-MMtaa ? >'????????. ?nd no* lai,
h???. ..ItMed In Ih. ?am. a???le
tu *e4 Crm.
I??? *??liaaal l.a|?t ??.
?. he* bere e.a ?? a ?laavl?
? ????aia? aa.n.aj?, i? ih. Nw? ?
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HERZOG DEAL
NOT DENIED
Officials of Giants Give Im
pression that Trade with
Braves Will Be Made.
Off!. lals of the New Tork National
League baseball club today refused to
deny or affirm a statement aeoredited
to Walter Hapgood, business manager
ot the Beaton Braves, to the effect that
Charley HerxoC would be traded to
the Brav?? tn exchange for I?iny
Doyl?. Dick Rudolph and one or two
other players.
When questioned Marry N. Hemp
stead, president of the Olanls. request
ed that he not be asked the direct
question whether such a deal was
pending and referred the Evening
Telegram reporter to John B. Foster,
the club's secretary. Mr. Hempetead s
tone gave the Impression that a denl
betwe p the ?Hants and Brave? for
maraa? I? pending if it has not already
bee* ? ?ummated.
John Foster when questioned said?
"Nnthlnir Hn?l has been dono by the
New York club that I know of. 1
have no authority to ?ay a deal of
thia kind has been concluded. I was
with McGraw on Saturday afternoon
and he ?aid nothing about having made
any euch trade, and I don't think he
would h?v? concluded such ? transac
tion without notifying me. Whether
he Is on the point of making a trndo
of this nature I do not know."
It' w?s Impossible to communicate
with McOrew. but the attitude uf both
Mr. Hempstead and Mr. Foster leads
to the belief that a deal with llrrlog
involved la pending. Whether Larry
Iioyle, who until two years ago was
field captain ?nd second baseman for
the Giants, is to be included in an
exchange of players In a matter of
conjecture, since local officials ret?ase
to Intimale what players mieht ?-ome
to New York In a trade for Ifersog.
That there Is an open breech be
tween Herzog and Mi-Oraw ami the
New York club has been known for
some time. It has been widened fol
lowing the announced Intention of
Herzog to bring an action against the
Hi ?nts to reoover the WOO salary held
out by the club a? a penalty for his
having left the club and returned to
his horn? In Maryland without permis
sion Just before the Quants left on
their last Western trip last season.
During the annual meeting of the
National League In this city Herzog
stated he was through with McGraw:
that he would not play ball for him
any more. Convinced that this I?
true. It I? probable Mdlraw is trying
to engineer a trade whereby the play
ing strength of the club will not be
Impair? d by the loss of the second
baseman.
FRAZEE IS ABOUT
TO PULL BIG DEAL
New York. Jen. ?.?Hurry ? Frasee. '
president of the Red Sox. who re- j
eently purchased Shang, Bush and
Strunk from the Athletic.?* for |_MM
:i'id two players, announces that he Is
nbout to ?\vmif another dc.il that will
?eclipse the Ii*..
"The deat I am about to put ncross
involve?, players and not MM y." he
says. "It In a swap that will be of
treat benefit to the I.ed Sox and the
other team. It will Ue equivalent to
clinch ing the pennant for us. I n m
positive. It will be a bier boom for the
other team, strengthening them where
! most needed. Thia Atol will mean
more than the other one."
Frazee gave no iniimatlon a? to
which players he would Include in the
Ited Sox end of the ,-w.ip. but Mat.-d
that there was no chance of the deal
falling through.
ASK COACH TO RESIGN.
Pipai Is Requested to Quit Oregon
Aggies Football.
Tac.ma. Wash.. Jan. 6.?Joseph A
Pipai msy not re?uni as coach Bt
Oregon Agricultural College next sea
?on.
~Bt some time It has been known
that all 1? not harmonious in athletic
circles at Corvalli?, and It has de
veloped that a Utter to Pipai from the
board of control, consisting of three
faculty ?nd live student representa
tive?, practically demands his les
ignatlon. The action will come as a
surprise to the public, part?cula!ly in
view of the victory scored by Cnr
j valli? this yesr over the University of
Oregon.
The ultimatum reached tho reach
in the form of a letter signed by the
board of control, Muting th? views of
th? varsity "O" club ?nd comment of
some members of the iilumnl.
The varsity "O" rltib comprises all
letter men of the l'orvallls institution
In football, baseball, track, basket
ball and every other branch of ath
letics In the school.
The contents of the letter are yet
withheld from the public.
NO TEAM FOR DENVER.
To Be Without Baseball for First
Time in Twenty Yean.
Denver. Col.. Jan. ?.?Any doubt that
might have existed aa io the retention
of A Western Leii^ue bas-bail team
in Denver was definitely ended when
Hugh Jones, owner of the local West
ern franchise, telegraphed to the own
ers of the baseball park Be ?j waning
hi? option on ? renewal of the les?e
of the par
The leas? expires with __ beginning
of th? new year. This will he the first
time in more than twenty years that
Denver has not been represented in
organised baseball.
Gibboni Read?/ for Bout.
St. Paul. Jan. 6?All that officials
promoting the McFarland-Ulbbons
bout need to do. so far as he is con
cerned, ia to tell him the date and
place of the bout. Mike ?aid today.
H? will meet, hi? brother soldier and
ring antagonist anywhere, any place.
any time, in a ten-round go, all the
proceeds to go for camp gymnasium
equipment, he said today. Mike I?
spending his furlough with his family
here.
Boxers Re matched
New Tork. jsn. ?-Hughey Le Blanc
is indignant because of a report sent
out from Bridgeport last Friday night
to th? elTeet that Billy De Foe, of Bt.
Paul knocked out Knock-out Egger?.
of this city, in on? round. After Dr.
? ?uric? J. Qreenateln examined Kg
tere Befar?? Terry l-ee disqualified
D Fo? for fouling. Th? clippings of
th? Hildgennrt newspaper* Uli ?bout
tha foul, at th? ?am? Urn* ?aylng It
unintentional An ..?fort I. twin?
lo rematch th? men
? a?*? r ermterty a
"?* Tora Jan ? ll.rrv Tal?.
Kaitr? a? alt? ih?,at hap?" In pugi
MaMe rire???, for marl? ?a? a mlitor
rneeam etiamet earn arhteeea) enoua-t
pratuinanam la ??? a trial un4.r ?
aw Mm? ?laat? .hail Ml? G*????? I?
air?ame Mi ??????ell ha la??
? earm ?a ?at? mat
Feint and Shift Go with Right Cross and Thrust
I In.lru. ll?n? as giren by Johnny Kllbaae. I
/
similarity between fight eres? to ?tamnrh and ?hnrt thrnat tn bod*? ?.?-?, l'ri*, ? fr Marty Uriniere, riebt.
I.la-Ut. John Kllhanr.
The right cross to the ?tornirti, shown here. Is accomplished by a shift. It is usually prt-'f-dcd by a feint
with th?? left in which the body take*? the saine position as that shown in tho hay.net stroke, hf r^wlth shown,
called th?? short thrurt to the stomach. Th? reat of the bayonet stroke Is accomplished by shifting and bringing
th? full force of the body into the right arm which grips the riTle near the ?lock and throwa it forward with
great force. This movement is practically the earn? as that uaed by the boxer In shifting to use the right croas.
BILLY MISKE AFTER
JESS WlLl/UtD'S TITLE
New York, Jan. ?.?Biily Miske. the
St. Taul light heavy-weight, has an
nounced that In the future he wishes
Io he considered aa a contender for
Jess Willard'* title Miske savs that
when he m?'ots ? ? ?? Fu itoti he will
piove to the satisfaction of the public
that he is not too email for the task
of dethroning Willard. He points to
his victory over Carl Morris as evi
dence that mere hulk Is not an impos
sible handicap for him to overcome.
"Itofore Willard won the champion
ship he was defeated hy finn lier m**n
than I am. and now that he haa gone
Kick there is no reason why I am not
big enough to do the trick." i?. the way
Miske sizes up the situation.
Apawamis Club Now Barracks.
The Api.wami.3? t'l ih u Uye w Mi
turtr-'cj into a tern* M ;ii f Inni kg
where member?? ran a private h'is
M-rvicr to New i?tm hcPe t ? help take
care of the ovi-rffow of rookie .?-oM.ers
from Fort Slocuin.
Light Entry Likely to
Cancel Harness Stakes
Cleveland, O. Jan, *S?It la re-?
{ported that the North Randall track
'may call off the 1918 renewal of the
, Fa sip and Forest City sweepstak?s
| for two and thtee-yoar-old trottera.
N. ither stnke has filled to expecta
1 ions, and Secretary Kinnau has
? written President Devereaux to as
certain If ?'' viiimu ?9 willing to
'hold the stakes despite the pros
?pcctiv? los-;.
Last season the two stalle* %fmf%
f ai ? ici ihrough, although at a loss
of about T3.C.O0.
Brotten Released Outngbt.
St. Loui-, Mo. Jan. 45. ? Tony Hrot- ?
tern, the Cardinals' young catcher,
has been released to the Little Rock
eluh, of the Southern Association,;
a-cording to an e?nnoun-*emcnt by
President llranoh Hickey. His re
lease is outright. Rickey further
as?cit'-d that he had a college catch
er under consideration and might
sign him In the near future.
INDIRA WILL PLAY
MICHIGAN "AGGIES'
Indisnspolis, Ind., Jan. 6 ?A game
between the Indiana l'niversit)
?nd Michigan Aggie elevens next
fall Is .t- lire!, Bdward O. Stiehm.
athletic director at Imliana, an
nounced yesterday, when here on
bis way to k'ew Yoik to attend the
anr.ual convention of the National
Intercollegiate Association. The
?.?.'ime will he played at Blooming
ton on a date to be fixed later, he
t-aid. While In New York he ex
pects to close with Coach Heisman,
of ' ;? '?: - .a Tech, for a game in In?
d.a.nap>>iis November 23.
Heeseaa? Named President.
Chicaco. Jan. ?.?The new Sacra
mento club 'of the Pacific Coast
League, ha*?? l>? ?*n incorporated fqr
?25.O00. with 2 -.00 shares of stock.
Charles Heej-en.an has been elected
president of the club and Charics
Graham secretary. The plan Is to
sell the ten-dollar shares amoaf ?s
many fans as possible.
When a Feller Needs a Friend
Br BRIGGS
Put Your. h/?,nD3
in This 4_!o_?>
?????e??. (JMTIL Th_:yI
Tmaw out- - /
ED BARROW MAY
JOIN THE CUBS
Chicago. Jan. I?The newest ru
mor her? I? that Charle? H. Weegh
man, prealdent of the Chic?co Cub?,
contemplate? trading hlmcclf out of
th? job a? head of the club.
While it Is likely that he will re
main president. It 1? th? plan, ac
cording to rumor, to put a practical
baseball man la th? lob to attend
to all the duties usually handled t y
the chief executive.
Just at present it looks as If Ed
Barrow, former president of the In
ternational League. I? the man
?ought, ?nd It would not be ?urpris
?ng If he t? Installed at the de?k of
the North Side Park before Feb. 1.
DR. BURDICK
AS CHAIRMAN
Baltimorean Selected by A.
A. U. for Playground and
Recreation Committee.
Ba.timore. Md , Jan. ?.?Four prom
inent men of the local athletic world
were -?elected by the hoard of gov
ernors of the Amateur Athletic Union
at a recent meeting held In New York
CNjr. The officials Wire announced by
PN-M. nt Charles A. I>ean. who itt the
new h<fad of the national body.
Dr. William Burdlcli. head of the
Public Athletic ?League, was nan.eJ
nn three committees, he being m.adc
l halrmsn of th? pjnygm.nd. and re
creation board. The popular athleth
dli'rtor waa chn_.cn on the banket-bull
commltte? ?Ith Latro?* Cogswell.
prc5ldt nt of the South Atlantic Union.
?-?nd widely known hereabout a, Or.
Hurdlck w._s retained on the registra
tion committee. Col. Washington
Boute, the f 01 mer Fifth Repltnent
leader an 1 now m ith Vn?-le .SanVe
forcer, wa? ?elected ?s a member of
th? legislation commltte? while Oeonc?
J. Turner, former Amateur Athleti? j
Union head, waa placed on tho board I
of championship?.
The? appointees in gcnrral convine
from the Tariou? atTiliatrt. Lodtee of j
the Amateur Athl?--tlc Union in differ
ent section* of the country will guide
the drstlm-s of the union during the |
coming year. In the majority of caaes |
former offtco holder.? MH reappoint- I
ed, although there is a scattering hen '
and there of new bends on torn? of]
the committees.
The chairman of each of th? rom-j
mittlres follow: I-cci*lati*-n. Justice
Ita: low S. Weeks, championships. F.
W. Ki.'i. r basket-bail. G. T. liep
?^ron : gymnastic, Kmrnanu?'! Haue:
record. Frank W. Blsmkry; reaistra
tion. F. W". Rubten: plivground-.. Dr
William Buniit k ; finaJtcr-. Maj. John
J. Dixon. snd de.c
Ham F. Garolom.
CORNELL AaNNOUNCES
FOOTC/Ul SCHEDULE
Ithaca, N. T., Jan. ? ?Accord..?.*
to the ft.othf.ll schedule which the
Cornell Athletic Association an
nounced yesterday. the annual
Thanksgivinr battle with Pennsyl
vania, at Philadelphia, will be play
ed a frw days enrlirr thia year, on
November ?S. the Saturday before
Thanksgiving Davy. Two ntw games
are on th? schedule. They ar?
Penn f-tate, Vov*mb**r ?. and ?*. T.
University, hert. on November s
Neither Bucknell nor Fordl.am Is
on the schedule thia v?ar The
schedule follows:
October S?Oberlin. at Ithaca.
October 1??Willams. at Ithaca.
October 19?Colgate, at 11 baca.
October _l?Carneg.a Tech, at
Ithaca.
November ??Penn Stare, at Ith
aca.
Norember ??NT. T. Unlv?>r?ity. at
Ithaca.
November ??Michigan at Ithaca.
November G??Penn at Philadel
phia.
WAR SCHEDULE FOR FORDHAM
Only Ten Baseball Game? So Far
Arranged for Next Season.
New York. Jan. 6?Ten games are
temi tore ril y lift ?il for U-*-riham Uni
versity** ??1S baset?.... schedule, ac
l I'Tdinir to an MMMft MMt made
wsterday by Joseph K. Kinsley, the
manager. AJ though conducted on a
? "?ar*' basis, th* Fordham manAS*?
ment will endeavor to round out a
full schedule and the list ?111 he ltm
iud only to th* actions of other col
le ces.
I-iiTViiHy has been encountered In
obtaining games becada? ?several col
leges have decid?-d to drop baseball
on an intercollepiat?' basis and be
ause others are unsettled aa to th.ir
f.jtiire plans.
Home and home games have been
?u-ranged with (??sorgetown. Holy j
.'rose. Tufls and S.-ton Hal!. The an
imal West Point game will take place
on May 25. City Collcg? will also be
pi a ved.
No coach has been appointed as yet
lo fill the vacancy left by Frank
<.a?:-fin enllt-tinc with tbe Fordham
University ambulare* c? rrc
BRADLEY IS HONORED.
Western College Star Chosen to
Captain Marine Quintet.
Philadelphia, J?n. *.?.??t????t? t? the
?l?rctlon of a captain of ?? athletic
team m.rked with iron? ?oodfellow
?hip llisn w-a? tho meetinc ?if the men
included in the ?arinoti- basket-ball
team ycptei-day afternoon, at tli? N-ivv
Y?ry TJccreatlon Bullrtlnz. ?..-itme 1?1
snrl. Three men drew the ?ame num
ber of x-otes. Two withdrew In favor
f Pick Bradley.
The men to withdraw l.i fa-or of
their teammate vere Tit lu-11. the bla
renter, ?nd r>0'i*rherty. who has been
holdinc down Ihe -?oo'.'iin of ?runrd
Bradley _ a Webern c .li?e::?!? pl?y
er of no tittle fame. ?li? rb-rtl-in t a?
a popul?r one. Hi? even <?.?-???;???G
?nd excellent .udfement make htm a
valuable leader ef the continrent
fapt. Hocn. ethWic officer ?? the
Marines, talked to tila pret.ve? and
emphasised that what w?? ne. ?, ri war
.?o-oneratlon. The Maiire? ?,?r.? 11,????
?i for time to practice y-?tern?? tut
thev had a short whirl a*, ?hoo'ln?
h??krt?
Atlil.??.e liir?-io? _-??WaVri
the lopjUr ? ole of the ???* ?? ? to f.i
tend tn Hi- mana?erial f . ? ef IM
A-t? Raciac m Um fc?.
? ..\ r l'a Ian ? 4 ??? ?
ml Ii?? made ??. ?|<|'????. e
??,?.,?? ?ul Uta ??4* ile ,1?,? inane
thai ut ??tosanhii? r*'t?a '??? "??
. ta*ewrmi >? ?????>?? h.n?? ? re? WIH?
e ut a ?l.ailh of fi???? lw.1?? '??
????.?? e. I ?? ?a? rami .mamaae??,
m, t,0 ut ?law? II?? t ?r '
? ? ?4.?? ?r??^???? W Ih???? la? ne
?<4 ?,, ?,?? ???? ?|.?.4ift? ??*???? ? ??
' ?.??? ???? ?ad r???a?a?. ?
???*???. M ?i..il_M ~" a ?????
?, a ,?? .a?M tur ??? '?? ????
? ?M ?eu? a*4 rea\m?m ai ...'? ?avi.?
?a Imi ?? Mw ab la??? ama? ee |
GET CHANCES
Youngsters Need Not Wof
ry About Getting Oppor-I
tunity in Majors.
"It seems to me." remarks H?l|
Groh, the ahrewd little third
man of the Reds, "that bow ,m
time lor the die? over*, of new we
dare. Kv? t > year w?? hear
a multitud?? of stars, wood?
hitters, da rmg fielders, api?
plteh?*ra who ars ne\er gir?
chance. Ee\ry commercial trar-f
?t who comes Into town tells afe
seeing a piteher better than Ja
son and a bette- heiter than
way out in the Micke, ? very ta
well, it ?ccnir- a* if there cow-Shi
l>e any of th*m misted?sentie wain)
about the matehlens martel of spa
lift.e home club I'll net -?ar
Herrmann and Christy M at hew?
tot 2.04MI letters last njttiritr,
explaining how grand Hi aswStsja, |
Hog Hollow, was as an n* -Mrt-r ?
what spe? d ?* aa thrown by
Ja*.? nail, of Pnrpoise Crossing
"Jokine a m de, now la the
for tre?* wonders to rome into
ligl.t. They say tifa big I?
scouts mi-? these f? lU-ws. and
the piai-na*? ? wont listen to
om menda t mr.s. Well, that m
he th? casa neat summer. An?
m Ii o shorn a enough ?lavs, eren
the et.eke. wilt be siren some
tention. somebody will go to
him play b.-ll, |o?*k over his
and decide whether h? possa
the goods. The t me has
when t>i? unknown maire! la to ?
his rhttiif, end who Uovi
will happen" Msyl? I II have to
on the bench alongside ef
and Hal -"?.a??.? *a.!I be th
with us. whil?*- Jud I'unkm? rov<
;hird. Tud I too? ?. le ranges
renter, and i;ph Gicxard s<
them up at Irat, Any man who
eSafSM tlM draft ?nd shows
baseball ah,lit?/ will have
chance. I'm thinking, r?? ?
how small his kat??- was tn
bu.*-h covici >?'"
<V lite correct?and the ?
maiaiiatca are trying to help
good work aloni: They are
ranting legislation so that ntf
ter ?Ito g*-?*- tl,? ???
n ??-.mmends wjl! 'te tak* n on
duly credited to -he imi?. .?
where he war- tra.?.ed T'en tf
little league rnm?? to
due compensation w !i N> r?a '*' it
the player, or the l-.-y. if he raff}
in the fast rompan-. w dt he r?s?
turned in tem? -'on-Ht:-?? Tessa
thia should be quite a >-a f?.* ??\%> }
bitio?sployeis. -*? J
Kentucky Horsemen
To Donate $300.004)
?~5
?V?in?tor ??.. Jan ? -Th?? thafa
cuphbred hora* ?p?p.?? of K?-r>
tueky. at a mfrting of th? r?praV
?entative? of ita ????ral bran "
her?:, pleda-fl ihtic?elv*-a to
and dons?. in the Ani? rn-ai
[Cross, thti.u-.-h th. avenu? fcy Stata
Rai me: CoBtaaaaa?aii. dui .na ta??
ye?r of IMI th? ?um of IJn.i.ffa.
It a?, d?. id?d t?. h.iv? th? a??-?
mal nun !?? r <.f raen? dai? nel?,
evaso?, and ther? ?-ili he
tailigent.
Joie Ray Coming t?
MiUro?* A. C. Gameti
filiase. Jan. ?? Jol? Ray sta??'
nr.-r of th* Illinois Al?
letic rluh. ?ill he the only ""luca.
?-ntry in th? Mill-o? Athletic CM
meet m ??. y,.ik .'ar-:-.iy :S. ?)
wa- aaaoaace?] tud-y. Ray ?rill t%
af<- ? r.? record in the two-mile ?
run. H? hold? th? present w-irl???
recor? ?t ? U ?-5. ?Ineh h? liu?
up at ?fad'.s.tn Square liard-? Fa?j
tmum it. i?i:
WAR HITS BROWNS HARD.
. ?
?*?
i
j !
A Few More~L?^5 Uill Ma*
Them Rival of Athletics.
St Ijouir, Jan. ??if the St. I
-FaTowiaS lose any fr?re player?
will be tn a position *o (.tve tl?? At)
.etics a harrt fight f.-r last pto?
th? Amen.-an Ideagli. M next
??-Ott. Th*? <lut> has a.r-oady sent
Ton and I-?van to Washington
?ill let Pra't co to the Yankees to
n* ?>oon as the legal troihle be,?,
the player and Phil Hall ta adju?
The lat.st l-l'-w to r-'der J?
rhih is the ??????t?-t??-?t thst Caf
Wei I man. one of his .-st ritr>hM|
?ill not play next s- tsot,. Welling
recently underwent an OT^ratt-on an
hia rhysieiani- advise him tnat I
would bo danc? r-t'is ;-t him to try t? ?
pitch next season. * mi top *>f tl s 4;
the nnn?-ime?" ii? iii fiat Kddte
would retire fn-m the game.
does not rare tn spend another
!n stj.-h a hot summ-r restort
laOU?S.
Planf
as ?
r \re*
T
HARVARD LOSES OARSMEN.';
Hull. Cabot and Mtlicn to Go tt.
Officer?' Camp at Upton.
C?-nl'.id?e. staafaaV, Jnn. C ?Til? eo?| .
?1????t?? hse nere??? it:**? d ? cha?are i?
ilie oiinm.il Hs-vard crew plan?t
Trainin-r for the rresert ?111 he .afa?
ri?d on in th? r.-Holph irvm. v?hvi*?
the men vili Mrfe nut r>" tbe madj
chines Ijiter or it Is ? ..bah'? ;' ?.
aurk ?ill t^? sr-ifi?: t? Ih. ???-; tf
the Nrarell 1-?.t ,?????
Conch aamakhai '- li.nrinc -or h??!?
fresh-nnn ?ni ii'o?-tial crea? Tl??
l.itter received a Ilo*, hoa-svrer. wli??
th? appointment? to the third .???"?
?ver? i-i?-?n ou? Hull. ?? ??1 ???? l?-?
?nd Mrllen. 'S\ ?11 ?nod men esitaj
for Tnrh.ni*: J-inuaiy I Ht? ? r??
Biaterial muf he d've'opee1
T? Ope? New Club
.Toe aaa-Cartl .nd I ? "J
the ???1-?.?...?? h.????.? ii.??????? ?*?
l*r?ton. ??? tn .it-n in a n?-" hovtal
data ?t fh. !? .1. Mu* m ??- ' " "Jt
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