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and that he had personally mailed
Tanny a check. The former Sox
shortstop yesterday denied he
had .received money from Comis
key and added he did not believe
he was entitled to any of th'e city
Comiskey's remark that it was
a shame to allow Frank Chance
to get away frorn the National
League secured a rise from
Charley Murphy. . Murphy coun
tered with the statement that he
would be glad to see Fielder Jones
in the National League in any ca
pacity, and continued with a lot
more guff which sourided like crit
icism of the White Sox owner for
allowing Jones to get'ouj; of big
league baseball. The case Qf
Chance and Jones are entirely
different. Chance was kicked out.
Jones retired and has refused sev
eral offers to return to the Amer
ican League fold as a manager,
He is rolling up the change in
large gobs, is president of the
Northwestern League' and satis
fied with his lot. He retired with
honor. Murph "will have to dig Up
something new, as the fans are
too wise to fall for 'this Jones
Fred Clarke, manager of the
Pirates, had a long conference
,with Roger Bresnahan in Toledo
yesterday. Clarke refused to, tell
the result of the confabJjut said
he could not dicker with Roger
until the Wtter had .settled his
contract troubles with the ' St.
Louis owners. Clarke added he
knew what course Bresnahan
would pursue, and seemed in a
igood humor. . ' ' -
Jack Britton, Chicago light
weight, added another scalp to
hid belt last night when he put
the bug on Frank Loughrey in six
rounds. Britton outpointed his
opponent in every round.
B. F. Hoge, left end, has been
elected captain of next year's
football team at theU. S. Military
Bombardier Wells knockedout
George Rodel in the second round
in London last night. It was
Wells' first fight since he return
ed to England from America.
Johnny Lore put Joe Coster
down for the count of nine twice
'in the third round in New York,
but the Brooklyn boy came back,
and was fighting strongly at the
end of the tenth frame.
Joe Jeannette knocked Chuck
Carlton cold in the second round
last night. Both men are col
ored. Carlton was formerly
champion of the navy.
Jim Flynn will weigh 195
pounds in his fight with Luther
McCarthy. This is the heaviest
weight Flynn has ever carried in
a bout McCarthy will outweigh
his ten pounds. '
Yale will schedule a football
game for next year with Penn
sylvania, the Quakers taking the
place of the Army on the Blue list.
"There's no danger," said the
doctor. 'Tt's only a carbuncle
coming on the back of your neck.
But you must keep an eye on it."
Buffalo and camel races are
among the amusements provided
for guests of Egyptian hotels.