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i 8 1 THE A AiilMiIt2 lil hTL TIMES lLU SATIKDAY SlTL HIll lr JAM J JANIllV r ARY nY 1 1010
AUTO PROSPERITY PROSPERITYIS
IS PLAINLY SHOWN SHOWNOpening SHOWNOpening SHONOpening
Opening of New York Show ShowMarks ShowMarks
Marks arks Epoch in New NewIndustry NewIndustry NewIndustry
Industry IndustryWASHINGTON1AN IndustryW IndustryWASHINGTONIAN
WASHINGTONIAN W ASHINGTONIANON ASHINGTONIANONGOOD ON ONGOOD ONGOOD
GOOD ROADS BOARD BOARDWilHmnt BOARDWilliuR BOARDWilIiu
WilHmnt D West Appointed by b1ttte b1ttteAmerican b tie tieAmerican tbeAmerican
American Automobile AutomobileAssociation AuoiobeAssocaiot ile ileA
Association AssociationBy A 6oA 6oABy
By HA5 flAY T WARD WAXDA D DA
A racordbrenldmr attendance att tteadanceatt J1C8 and tfce tfcegreatest tMteR
greatest att teR coPecUon of automobfles autD S Sa and andaccessories adacceot1es
accessories a ever gathered together at atone atone t tone
one time were the dtotingntohing fea features fesLure ¬
urea t Lure of the tenth teiernatiooal auto automobile automobile automobile ¬
mobile snow which was formally open opened opealast opend ¬
ed d last night II m Grand Central Palace FsJacein Palacein Palacein
in New ew YOrk The tromendous treen oise growth jfrowthof
of the Industry was pointed potnt out by bywhile byA byActIng
A ActIng Mayor MeGowaa who funnel tonaally funnel2y
ly opened tile bow witeR he DOted that tIaatWhUe thatwhile
while the first t show ow in ISM bad only onlysixtynine oo1ysIxtynine onlyElxtyaIne
sixtynine exhibitors the present y ex exhibition exhibition cxhibidon ¬
hibition has ha 326 3S Z while sixtyfour con concerns eoDcerns conn8 ¬
cerns n8 who applied were unable to toTIHe get getSpace getaoe
Space These figures indicate that thatAmerica t tAm thatAmerica
America to now in the Vend so far farxnotor as asmotor aamotor
motor car manufacture is oonoerusdThe concerned concernedThe II tnMd tnMdThe
The estimated e thnted value of the 30MW SW cars carsthat CIIIth carsthat
that th t will be turned out this year is isJ22o JsMooo Is22oolo
J22o 22oolo Mooo < as against aM a ItIe little over overOne OIWl000800 overIn
l000800 1A 1MO 1MOOne ThOOOne
One of the important things thi In con connection COD CODnection connection ¬
nection with the show 8bo te the foot that thatIt thatit thatit
It displays dIs aa a a big line of mat are known knownas
as a moderate priced pric d cars in ao DOparticular other OUMNTprticnlar otherIrtIciIar
particular is i there such a wide wieleIII range rangeas raaaoas
as in weight we tI o ol the cars exibitedTlf exibitedTlfanything exiWtecl If Ifan ifanything I
anything an th1 there is a a tendency towards towardsligbtentng tanlallgbtening towardshghtening
ligbtentng Lighter I 1er and neater body bodywork 1 ocIywodt bodywork
work and better construction have made madetbe madetile madethe
tile lighter 11 hter cars possible IO A first glance glanceever aDCeer glancevor
ever vor er the Interior of the exhibition hall hallEbowed hallebowed ballshowed
Ebowed plainly pa1n1 how far automobile con confitraotlon 00Itt conoti
fitraotlon t oti mctIon has ba progressed pr L Each ach 5epa 5eparsta feIML1Ste epe
rsta 2 xte exhibit has its little refinement of ofdetail ofttIl o oetll
detail ttIl In body building buUdtn < or its Improve Improvement 1mproemoot haproenont ¬
moot in some component part of the therootor th thmotor theuotor
motor itself but in a general e way each eachc eachCAr eaiear
CAr c r resembles b1e8 every other car of its itsown iUiown itt ittown
own class Simplicity S npIIVtty comfort and andutility andutUlty andutility
utility go hand in hand and are the thekeynotes 1hekeynotes thekeynotes
keynotes of this years s exhibition Even Evento Eveno Evento
to o colorings this th simplicity extends extendssinetenths extends1netentb8 extecdlnetenths
sinetenths of the ears displayed di have havedJll haveI1ar
tier I1ar bod bodIes S a Iew ew are or the popular populardn populardfl
dJll gray here and there a serviceable serviceablerrd 8erviceabled serytceablered
red d to seen while few blue cars with withcanary withELmL1y withcanary
canary colored col I running gear add a a dash dashf dashbrUUs3Ice
f brtlMaatce to the display But the glar glarrg garrcolor glarzig
rg rcolor color schemes or other years are areonspicucus antO areoisplcuous
O onspicucus pcUU8 by b their abaeacc just justl as asfrpsx asfiFk
frpsx l bodies and motors tors are miazg miiH nl ig
Makers ken and veteran users maintain that thatpurchasers thatl1urcha8ers thatpurchasers
purchasers nowadays want a a car that thatcan thatan thatcan
can an stand the strain and the manatee mamifacturera maaufacUrenI manateeurers
turera UrenI are keen k to provide such ve venicies We Welvcles vuhcles
nicies AU in all the big show aIIowJa te aucces asuccess a aord
success and last years aueada8ce rue recItd rue4rd
ord of over IM OM people MIOpIeM seoma se s so sobe r to tobe
be broken brokenBUly brokenBllly
4 4Billy
BUly Knlpper Kn pper the popular popularU10 racing man manwiio m mwAO
wiio drove a ChalmersDetroit Cba1l1aers Detroit car in inthe inthe inthe
the Frank A Munsey tour and who whoxlso wbeIso whoIso
xlso Iso bIas the route for the theftar nagto nagtoflap Isgtofag <
flap contest from IJerrer Del 7eI to MUy Mtjctco MtjctcoCity MeidcoCity
City Uy has again started for MexJca MexJcaDuring MesicaDu McxicaDuflag
During Du the next two months he win winendeavor KtHtnd wiltendeavor
endeavor tnd vor to break a few of the auto automob u1Omobile AutOmobile
mob mobile tte records of the southern w repub republic repub1k republic ¬
lic Knipper is a great favoite In the theMtTdcan tb4M th th31eIvan
MtTdcan M XIcan < capital where be was enter entertwined eetertuned entertmed
twined by President bias on the occa occasion occaion occaion ¬
sion ion of his hl last visit Mexico is j a aprrt aat atreat
treat at country says Knipper Th Thpeople The Thepeople The1plO
people 1plO arf ar friendly and are greatly in tatrrested intfxe Intrested
trrested tfxe ted in ii everything American An Anautomobile Anautomobile Anautomobile
automobile te still something somfth of f a nov novelty nCKfIty soycity ¬
city in most parts of Mexico but bu there thereare thenare thereare
are a p lot of genuine sportsmen down downthere downthere downthere
there and they take to the faot fe cars carsvery earry carsvery
very ry readily It will be a doUgnt to tor
ririva r vtl before these people for I can canimagine caDimagine canimagine
imagine the almost childish interest 1lltere5tlfY IntaestU interestfiey
fiey U iey will show te an automobile that thatran tbatan thattan
ran an travel anywhere near a mite JaDeIn a aminute ain
minute minuteWllnam In nute inuteWIIUm nuteWllilaa
+ S
Wllnam D West t president presJdelltoC of tbe Au
f timoble > mobile Club of Washington has been beenappointed beeRa beenappointed
appointed a polnted a a member of the tb good roads
b board ard of the American A Am rtcsn Automobile As Association AaItcia AscciatIon ¬
sociation Itcia tion The board wfll bold Ms first firstSir flretetIng
mPetlng etIng In N Nw w York on January and andtT
Sir tT West has arranged to o be present
His Tis appointment to this important board
Is 3 a distinct compliment to the motoring
f fraternity frat rnity of this city
The Motor Sales Company C oinpny agent for forthe fMthe lotthe
the Moon ear in Washington has re received re received ¬
ceived word that the Moon Motor Car
Company mpany has been admitted to member membership memb membcbip er ¬
ship ta the Association of Licensed Au ¬
tomobile Manufacturers Xanurctur The Moon Mooncar Moonrar
car r1r will hereafter be known knownlicensed as a
licensed 1 cenHd car carThe carThe ca caThe
+
The Carter Motor Car CarCorporatJoq Corporation has ha
delivered a Washington car equipped equippedwith equippedwith
with a a toy tonneau body to E E B B Terry
Mr Terry is an authority on automobile automobileroutes eroutes automotjilrote
routes through Virginia Maryland
PecuaI Pennsylvania and New York YorkW YOCkW YodcS Yodcw
+ S
W Z D > Arrbjon of the Caster Motor MotorCar Motorcar
Car Corporation has ha recover recoverdl from 1OIIt his hterecent Jdsrecent hisrecent
recent accident and an is again busily oc occupied occupied occupted ¬
cupied with the sale of Washington Washingtoncars
cars carsTft
cafI 0 0Th
Tft newest care on this JS market is the theOakland theOakland
Oakland Oakla nd One of the 1916 models has hasbeen hasbeen
been received by the Pope p e Automobile AutomobileCompany Automobileompny e
Company ompny of Washington and has b been beengreatly beoeDgreatly beengreatly
greatly admired by a large number of ofmotorists ofmotorists
motorists who visited the th Pope Poperooms sales salesrooms salenrooms ¬
rooms to look over the new w car A APopeHartford IMA IMAPopeHartford DMPopeHarUoni
PopeHartford car has also been re received re received recalved ¬
ceived by the Pope Company CompanySKULL CocnisniSKULL y ySKULL
SKULL FRACTURED FRACTUREDIN
IN RUGBY CONTEST CONTESTr CONTESTVancouver CONTESTVancOKver CONTESTVancottvcr
Vancouver Athlete Receives Seri Serious Serious SeriOtis ¬
ous Injury in English EnglishGame Ea En1ish En1ishGe 1ish 1ishGame
Game GameVANCOUVER GameV GevAYcxIrvIi
VANCOUVER V A COUYKiK Britten OohouWa OA cdu U Y Jan 1 1tBasII JanLBasII
1 tBasII Basil Sewers a Vancouver football footballjlnyer reotllallI footballayer
jlnyer I ayer injured ta a rugby football game gameRII me meI
RII I 1 the University of California Ufornla team teamas teuaa teama
as a today found to be suffering ertar with witha
r a 1 fracture < sfcuil sfcuilAlthough lL lLAl
Although A Al though he has regained conscious consdousr
r > f f s ss < i his condition is comnoered aeriouaCORBETT nalousCORBETT aerioua aeriouaCORBETT
CORBETT PLANS PLANSTO PLANSTO
TO START WORK WORKCHICAGO WORKiIiCAGO
CHICAGO Jan 1 1 IJ 1James Jamea J 1 CorBett CorBetta
as a started active training to fit t him btaaself kmIf1t hime1f
self for hIs b work with Jeftrieg and tbe tbeeteran tbeftenut theeterelt
eteran heavyweight heay t today declared declaredhat declaredJ
hat J 1 a t w WeII en be and the retired champion championrighting cbampIoat championtheir
t < ln their grind he will be III good goodfig goodlighting
fig righting htlnc trim trimrbctt trimrbct
rbct rbEtt realizes that he has tI IDeani ome omei me mea
i artl a r1 work cut out for him in tackling tacklingt
I he 11 u > Alfalfa King KI and be wants to be fit fitr
< > r 1 the occasion Oorbett and Jen Je will willrigage wiltrngage wtUgage
rigage gage In three battles batt1e batUe battles that thatfrom thatcm thatZrc
from Zrc cm rn ourwari appearance would wouldjufy wouldJlf wou aig
jufy Jlf 1 V that jt the men were out for b btint bIooa bIooallt blood bloodut
tint llt they will be fierce only because becauseJrfts eJ becaze7eff
J Jrfts 7eff fr S endurance ea must be tested testedThe utecIThe toutedThe
The former heavjrwehjtit hea7WeIIIatL champion championi
L 1 s ordered several sets of o b big gloves glovestroves glovesriyee
troves 18 larger r than the average 8 mlt mlti mitiid
1 iid i 1 d in training and they will be the tbekind thekind thekind
kind tbat protect the arm up to the thei thenw
i lhow nw They wtt1 ha have alt extra pad padng padrLg
ng tn t l ie5fl n the force of the NOW iow for forecrbett fort
ecrbett t rbft ans to awing With lth all his 1115e
e
CAMP IS IN INFAVOR INFAVORj FAVOR FAVOROF
OF j ftADlCAL CHANGE CHANGEYale
Yale Man Ready to Make MakeDrastic MakeDrastic MakeDrastic
Drastic Alterations in inFootball inFootball inFootball
Football Rules Rules2f Ru1esNEW RulesNEW
2f NEW EW HA HAVEN VEX Coniu C Jan 1 L LW LWltn LWltncamp Walter WalterCamp ter terCamP
Camp chairman fill f the football rules ratescommittee rulescommittee
committee CODUIIltt has suggested eoI some interest interestteg iatlftItIa Interesttag
tag changes cbaIt es in the rules for next nextson sea season ¬
son The principal one consisted of ofcompelling ofcompelling ofcompelling
compelling the players to remain in a atenyard ateIIyanI ateayard
tenyard nose in width The suggestion suggestionof wi wiflit eslon esloned
of Mr Camp follows followsLet followsLet followsLet
Let Let no man on attack or defense One Oneup 111Mup lIneop
up outside of at two lines running parallel parallelto llL
to sMe SL lines aetI and have 1Ia each of these tMtIeve thobelines theseItees
lines five ve yards from the ball II thus thusmaking tll1l5maklDlI thanmaking
making scrimmage anim line only tea yards yardsM yardswidth yardsIn
M In width The backneM men 1IWII both on onattack Oftattack onattack
attack and defense most ast keep within withinthese WltbtatIaeee withIntheme
these lines until the bait is put in play playIf playIf playIf
If it ts desired to increase the power of ofcertain orI ofattayk
att attayk k trY letting one man stand at a aCfrtain acertzIn
I certain spedfled Aed distance DCe to be termi terminated tenmnat terminated ¬
nated nat outside this space spaceMake apaceI sceMake
I Make the thedilRan distance to be gained fit fifteen tlfI fitteen ¬
I teen yards up to the fifteenyard line lineI 11 11thea linethen
I then ten yards to toftfteeayard fifteenyard line and andfive aadAve andilve
five yards thereafter Remove five fiveyard Aveyard fiveyard
yard restriction 1 T regarding the rterbakl10 rter quszleeback uarter uarterback
back bakl10 rrn Forbid the forward pass passanyone paaeIOMlng peascring
eIOMlng tile IbM ot scrimmage bat let Joetanyone letanyone
anyone get It after the ban strikes the theground tilexround theground
ground groundIf xroundIf
If If desired still to further t rtMr favor the tileatUuk theattark theattack
attack give double distance dl8taacefor for any aD run runten naftnossIn runcros
nossIn cros line or scilmmage Moud than tJIaAtea thanten
ten yards out from the theLeave center centerLeave
4 4Leave
Leave Gu GaateAeCey GaateAeCeyATIluVrA Game e Alwte AiseCy AiseCyAmANrA Cay CayATLANTA
ATLANTA Ga G Jan 1LeaYe 1 Leave theaJOIIe thegame the theteam
game alone Is the advice f of Ted Coy Coyyear tuylast
last year captain if the Y Tale football feotllallteam footballteam
team team who is In the city as a member memberof Beber Beberof mrmberof
of the Yale Glee Club ClubThe Clubbe ClubTbe
The only change the rnJemakers rnJemakerscould rulemakeraeeuld rulemakerscould
could make is to cut out the forward forwardpaas forwardpass
pass save on the first down This Thisposed Thlawould Thiswould
would do away willa a Jot of tile sup INpporaed suppooed
posed danger froM this pans There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are few football men who have played playedthe playedthe playedthe
the game or who have followed t it close closely clowJy closely ¬
ly who really feel that the sport Is Isdan as asdangerous asdangerous
dangerous dan rou as pictured On the big bigteams biteams bigteams
teams the injuries are scarce scarce this be being be beIn belug ¬
lug In because te the men go into the game gamefit pmeftt gamefit
fit and conditioned conditionedOF condltlfl condltlflWELSH conditionedWELSH
WELSH IS MASTER MASTEROF MASTEROF
OF lEFTIi JAB JABPronlinent JABProinirent
Prominent English Light Lightweight Lightweight
weight Practiced Practi ed Accur Accuracy Accurcy Accuracy
acy cy From StartThere Start StartThere StartThere
There Ic that one little sosaethms something in inthe Inthe Inthe
the tactics of every very fighter that makes makescontribute aaakeshim makeshim
him the master er or or pray or h his foe foeaaa foeand
aaa DO matter hew much nature ma macontribute may maycontribute
contribute there to developed ta tbe tjegymnaaimn tbegymmudmn tbegymneuium
gymnaaimn a a trait an action a dash fiashof b dashof h hor
of feint step of speed or durability bf bfpower bfOWer bfpower
power that one day oounta In the toss tossfor t088for toestot
for a a title and Trod Fr Welsh W of orwho ategland ateglandwho igknd igkndwho
who was tutored ta I his tactics in inPhiladelphia InPhilacIeIpbla InPhiladelphia
Philadelphia teamed to punch true in inthe intbe inhe
the he gymnasium gymnasiumWben gynusaulumWhen a aWhen
When Welsh W first donned the thehe gloves glovesbe glovesbe
be was awkward and slow but he pos possessed JIGSe peeseesed ¬
sessed the true characteristics calm calmness eabor eabnnem ¬
ness of the mind mind and an uneattoHabio uneattoHabiodesire vnsathdabledesire tIIMIa tIIMIade
desire to be taught t He often spent spenthours ape spenthours t thour
hours marking out theories tlIeM1 with which whichhe whichhe whichbe
he expected to improve himself himselfWelsh himae1fWellh himselfWelsh
Welsh wanted to bit straight accu accurately accurately atcurately ¬
rately and It was Ms belief that white whitethe wilDetIM whilethe
the average fighter trained his muscles muscleswhen JII1I8CIeswItea muscleswhen
when be pounded the bag he hit the in infiated Inbted infisted
fisted sphere In such a manner that ho hoLearaea JIeJo lielost
Jo all Idea oC the precise ot where wherehis wherehis
his puaeh udl was to drive oIIie oIIieLeaIMi boeLeanie
Learaea t Hit HitTo HitTo
To prove his theory to be correct correctWelsh correctWMehpalftted correctWelsh
Welsh WMehpalftted painted a red circle about aboutinch tt ainch
inch In dfcuneter on the punching ba >
aDd he aol i 80IIIe or tile fighters ters wlo wlotnIJDed wLotrained
trained in the sa sathe asube me gym to try aDd ht htthe htthe
the bag aDd at the same time land as asnear asDeal asseer
near as possible to the red spot spote The Theefforts Theefforts
e efforts rt8 of the men 1 who swung their theirblows theirbtows theirblows
blows at attrying the bag were cr1Jde aDd In Into Intrying
trying to hit the painted ed mark they theyJerked theyjerlIed theyJerked
Jerked their smashes when they hit the thebag thebac thehag
bag or held their delivery deliveryThat il eay eayTbat j jThat
That sufficed for Welsh Welsh and be beto began beganto 1 1to
to peg away perfecting theaccuracy theaccuracyof t racy racyor
of his aim particularly with his left leftband leftbaJId lefthand
band and the next Ae t man he met met who whowas wbohr whowas
was by b the way UKJcr Kid Stinger be hit hithim hithim
11 him OK the nog nose dozens of times and anddid anddid anddid
did not miss the mark once during th thbout the thebout thebout
bout Stinger then was a dangerous dangerouschap dangerouschap roas roaschap
chap who poaaessgd 4d a a stiff wallop In taeither Ineither Ineither
either hand but Welsh gilded In and andout andout andout
out and pecked the little Italian Italianthroughout Italiantbroulthout Italianthroughout I
throughout the sixround bout boutLater boutLater boutLater
Later In his career Welsh was called calledon calledOR calledon i
on to meet the cleverest man in the theAmerican theAmerlcaa theAmerIcan I
American ring with a a lefthand blow blowAbe blowAbe blowAbe
Abe Attell ttell who In a fifteenround bout bouthad bOuthad bouthad
had stood off o Battling Nelson beaten beatenYouac beteaYouac beatenYoung
Youac Erne in twenty twe ty rouaos rounds Del aadmade DelmMe andmade
made Tommy Murphy tire himself raise mIlag talestag raiseIng
lag the die CaMfornlan CaMfornlanAUeil CJttondnO CeliforalasiOutiabbed
O tja1 8ei AtteH AtteHAttell AttellAttell
Attell thought t t he had a fairly fast fastman fa8tMall fastman
man to whip but when the fifteen fifteenrounds AfteeaIOUnds fifteenrounds
rounds at Los Angeles A were over overWelsh 0ftIWeI overWelsh
Welsh ta had stabbed Attelt with that thatstraight latt thatstraight
straight t punch pui widen be labored to tomaster toaDiItedeet tomaster
master aDiItedeet and perfect and was s given the theverdict theverdict theverdict
verdict over the cleverest eleYeI man ta the thering thertnr thering
ring ringIn rtnrIII ringIn
In tatting of the men ba 8 mad met metrecently Metreceatly metrecently
recently Attell said W Welsh to 1 the themost theperrect thetaost
most perfect boxer I ever met His HteH H18JeCt Hisleft
left hand arts at you 80 quick It Is touseiees IsII8eIe Ismelers
useiees to try to evade by drawing drawingback c1rawlnback drawingback <
back your head Your bands cannot cannotblock caDDOtbIodc cannotblock
block it It and the punch to delivered so soquickly IMQ1dckJy soquickly
quickly that you cannot counter After Afterthe Arterthe Afterthe
the first round I realised that I had hadway hadto hadI
to I De on the trigger to pK away way from fromtt fromit fromit
tt it and I kept my right band high to toprotect topIOtect toprotect
protect myself He te the future light lightweight Ilrhtt lightweight ¬
weight t champion from the present t field fieldanother fteIdaaother fieldanother
another star may come along at any anytime anyiliac
time time but he will have bav to be a a good one oneDont oneDoItt oneDont
Dont think Walsh h tacks the punch punchWben paRCWheD punchWhen
When he settles on his feet he can canreplace eantbat canreplace
replace that tap or Jolt with a sound soundblow 80UDdblow soundblow
blow bard enough to knock out outJDaIL a aNEW a aman
man JDaILNEV manNEX
NEW ORLEANS BUCKS BUCKSOUTSIDE BUCKSOUTSIDE BUCKSOUTSIDE
OUTSIDE TURFMEN TURFMENNEW
I NEW ORLEANS ORLEL Jan 1 LTbe The effort effortto effortto effortto
to revive raeta racing through repeal of the thei tbeLock
i I Locke law has been abandoned by the thej th thI theI
I j Native Son and the Business Mens 1IIsI Men MenLeagues MensLeagues
Leagues owing to developments showing showingthat thowtn thowtnthat showingthat
that Cincinnati politicians control the thenew thenew thenew
new track and the St Louis syndicate syndicatehas sndicat sndicathas syndicatehas
I has a majority of the stock of the old oldtrade oldtrack oldtra
trade tra
NATIONAL NATIONALMAY MAY TRY TRYTO TRYTO TRYTO
TO BALANCE TEAMS TEAMSOld
Old Leagues Magnates Envious of Great Scramble in inAmerican inAmerican inAmerican
American Circuit CircuitEnforcing Enforcing Player Limit Best BestSolution BestSolutionCubans BestS
S Solution SolutionCubans Cubans Buncoed BuncoedBy
S
By THOMAS S RICE
I That the t syndicate idea of Mtlancmtc Mtlancmtcup ualanclaVI <
up baseball teams in order to make a aclose aI
I close pennant ra race e la going nr to grow rap rapcertain rapIdly rapidly
Idly ID Ute ext > few years Is ab Olutely atoolutelycertain OlutelyrtaJa
certain certainIt certainIt rtaJa rtaJaIt
It is not ne neera Dew 1ty ally moans M aM Itn Itneral seYcml
eral era attempts att have been mode in the thel theNISt thewt
NISt l to better distribute the strength strengththe 8trea strengthId < th thW
W the t National a League Washington Washingtonwas
was at one time the recipient of such suchptayers uchPRTftS suchyers
ptayers yers as the other American League LeaguecUos Ieapelk LeagueIthO
lk cUos IthO b8 did not no want What they gave gavethe pyeI gavethe
the Capital CPIt did not hart then or base basetall b8etIh bseaIlir
tall tIh aIlir or help Washington But sure as asyou asyou asyou
I
you aie e a foot high something is going going1to poincto goingto
to be lone by the National NaUonaItee League mag magnates magaatgs ¬
nates tee in order to bring brt race in the theNational theatiOtlaI theNational
National atiOtlaI League ae into the same class as asthat asthat asthat
that In the American The envy of the theNational theNatteDa theNational
National magnates tes has he been aroused by bythe bytbe bythe
the great eat scrambles In the opposition oppositioncircuit oppoaItlotteIr oppositioncbcutt
circuit eIr 1t and they reason that if they theyocuJd theycc1lld theycculd
ocuJd have the season start on such suchan auchan suchan
an uncertain eerlaht line of dope that a team teamlike teaaalike leninlike
like Washington W OR could be tipped for the thefirst thelint thefirst
first division divl8io whicb which was the case in the theAmerican theAmericaII theAmerican
American League eagu test year YMr1lU all hands handswould bandauuld handswould
would uuld make money and the interest interestwould Jaterestwoald Interestwoild
would be maintained maJntahied throughout the theseason theaJMl theseason
season and the circuit instead of being beingimited bemclndted beingindted
imited to three or four clubs clubsDanger clablD ciubeDaaer
Danger D IB I Suggestion SuggestionIf StlUeatIf
If f this redistribution fas done reason reasonably reaJHahIy reasonably
ably and by open market methods It Itwin Itwm Itwill
win not be objectionable What would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be bitterly resented by the true lovers loversof loversof loversof
of the game would Oald be the deliberate deliberateswitching ddlbelateaWltcldlltt deliberateswitching
switching of players OR a dealing house housepossible hOWlein housebasis
basis in order to equaitze equaltie IUI efty eftypoesibIe as aspossibi
possible the ability of the eight clubs clubsevery clu cluIt clubsIt
It Is true that III losing team is likely Jikayto likelyto
to be IL moneJloer 1ft t these days Bat Batevery Butevery
every club ha has aft n opportunity to build buildItself buildtteeolC builditself
Itself up just as the Chicago Cube were weregradually we weually weregradually
gradually ually welded we together from a mass massof IDa8oC massof
of raw material and the fans want to tosee tolee tosee
see the home team acquired in that way wayor wayor wayor
or by sale or trade in free competition competitionThey competitionTINJ competitionThey
They will not be interested for many manyyears JIIJIy manyycers
years y in a team t m which constate of play players players playera ¬
ers assigned to it irrespective of the theowners theOWDftS theowners
owners individuality individualityIf
If by limiting the number of men each eachdub eachclub eachclub
club is allowed to carry or by some sim similar sImUar aimliar ¬
liar means talent is thrown on the themarket themarket themarket
market which the weaker clubs can cangrab cana cangrab
grab m fine and a dandy That is reason reasonable oaabl reasonable ¬
able abl and logical but 1 ut any scheme involv involving InoIvhur Inroirma ¬
ing the forcing < of a club to sell or trade tradetalent tnotletatellt tradetalent
talent for the purpose e of increasing the thegate tbepte thegate
gate receipts elsewhere el would upset the thegreat thet thegreat
great t object of o organized Dfzecl baseball This Thisobject Thisobject Thisobject
object Is L to allow an owner o r to keep keepwithin keepwithin
within reasonable rea < bhI bounds what he beacquired has hasacquired hasacquired
acquired The reserve Te rve clause in con contracts contracts ¬ t
tracts is there for or the purpose e of 0 OftI pre preventing PIevea peeventIng ¬
venting vea the clubs with the longest longestpurses longestpursea
purses from corralina all the best tal talent taleftt telout ¬
out When men are assigned here and andthere aMthere andthere I
there simply to make a a oboe race the thesportteg Utespo thesporting
sporting spo element in baseball will have havebeen havebeen
been eliminated and the th ga galr r will be begin be beam begin ¬
gin tr decline declineMurphy dedl dedlXaq declineMurphy I
Murphy Iy Feozlec Again AgainOf AgaiLOf Againof
Of course Charles W Murphy of the theChicago thehkago theChitagn
Chicago hkago Nationals has com come out in infavor Inf infavor
favor f iba of balancing ba bg up the hte league leaguein in an aninterview anInterview
rz e eKUBIAK
interview i In his mind he ha not In Innut InKJBIAK
nut POPULAR POPULARFrenchmen POPULARWITH POPULAR1TH
WITH 1TH PARISIANS PARISIANSFrenchmen PARISIANSFrenchmen
Frenchmen Figure Russell RussellBout RussellBout RussellBout
Bout Should Give Him HimChance HimChance HimChance
Chance at at Title TitlePAKIS Titlep TitlePAI3
PAKIS p Jan r L LAl Al Kabfefc i8kttte the e heavy bcairyareigfct JlcaYTt heavyweight
weight t showed such improved form formlast termIaIt formlast
last sight ta his bout with 3d RuesefJ RuesefJan JbJ5eI1Austnlllaa
an Australian fighter ft over whom whomwon bo bowon bewon
won on points polni a that the Parisian Parisiannow sports sportsnow sportsnow
now look upon him as the coming comingheavTweight I IheaYYW Iheavyweight
heavyweight heaYYW t champion Kuwaits next nextfight nextfight I
fight will be with Tim Stewart and if ifthis Ifthis Ifthis
this 3ght gbt t shows his Improvement to tahave tobave tohave
have continued e4 the proprietors of the theCirque tlMlCue theCitquo
Cirque de Paris will immediately try to tomatch tomatch tomtch
match him with the winner of tile Jet JeffriesJohnson JetfriesJohnson ¬ I IfrlEsJotuLn
friesJohnson bout boutShould bouthoU1d i
Should f Johnson J 1lU On win in from Jeffries Jeffriesthere Jeftr Jeftrthere Jeffriesthere
there is little doubt that the colored coloredman coloredman i imaa
man could be brought here for a match matchwith matchwith
with Kubiak Should ShouldT hOUId Jeffries ttIrJes win the tbepurse thePUn thepurse
purse e will be doubled and a sufficient sufficientsum matftclent8Vm sufficientsum I
sum offered to make it worth while the theParisians Utep theParisians
Parisians p s think for Jeff to continue in intraining Intraining
training tralalnParis trainingParis < I
Paris Is pugilisticaliy li UcaUy mad and sev several several nororal ¬
eral championshio fights ft tl are scheduled scheduledfor scheduledfor uled uledfor
for the Cirque de Paris this year Har Harry Harry Harry ¬
ry Lewis has Just landed here hod nd a atout about I
tout s practically arranged arr between lMtWeeRhbn betweenhim
him and Willie illte Lewis already alr y favor favorably favorably ¬ I Iably
ably known here as a cleancut Amen American Amencan < i ¬ I Ian
can an fighter Harry Lewis and Billy BillyPapke BillyPapke
Papke are ar also scheduled lKduffld for the same seinering 1
ring Sam Langford and Stanley Ket Ketchel Ketchef Retchel
chel and Joe Jeanette and Sam McVey McVeythe Xeeythe MeVeythe
the big colored scrappers from r ft the theStates tbeStates theStates
States are to be matched if the pro promoters prometers ¬
moters plans J Ins go through throughKAY throughKAY throughKAY
KAY TOPS STICKERS STICKERSIN
IN NEW YORK STATE STATEFormer STATEFon STATEFocer
Former er National Now With Al Albany Albany Albany ¬
bany Has Fine Record RecordFor RecordFor RecordFor
For Season SeasonWILKBSBARRE SeasonWILKESBARRE SeasonWILKESBARRE
WILKESBARRE Pa Jan L LP LProu LProudent Presi President e ideIIt ¬
dent J H Farrell of the New York YorkState YerkStat YorkStales
Stat Stales State League has haslue Issued the offlehU offlehUaverages oAIdaIavera e4IbcIelaverages
averages avera < es In batting the honors go to toOutfielder toOut toOutSeldet
Outfielder Out Kay of Albany who has the thefine theane theflue
fine average of 361 with Center Fielder FielderJ FielderDrake I
Drake J > rake of Wllkesbarre Wllke brre second cond MS K 4t and andSeville andBeville i
Beville of Syracuse e third thirdWilkabrre thirdWilkesbarre XT XTWilkesoarre
Wilkesoarre has four men in the 3M 3Mdass 310clam i
clam two close to it and five others othersabove othersabove
above J3 51 iS an explanation of bow the UteteJII theteam I Iteam I
team won the pennant pennantVILL pennantWILL I IWILL
WILL TAKE STEPS STEPSTO STEPSTO STEPSTO
TO STOP UP LEAK LEAKNaitewii LEAKNati LEAKNatil
Naitewii al League Intend Inten 3 to Look LookInto LookInto j jInto
Into This Matter MattirCINCIKivATI Matt MatterSoon I ISoon
Soon SoonCINCL SoonCINCLNATI
CINCIKivATI CINCL TI Ohio Jar r 1 1GtuTy 1GtuTyHernBaII IGsxryHenman Garry GarryHerrman
Herrman chairman of thft tb National NationalBaseball NatioRalBa8ebaU NationalBaseball
Baseball Commission IRIJde and president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Cincinnati tf Club acknowledged admo Iei ed that thatsteps thatsteps thatstepe
steps were betn 1HI being taken to s stop top op a uJeaIt uJeaIthereby leak ienkwhereby leakwhereby
whereby hereby the intentions Inttlo of dubs ta the theNational theXatlonal theNational
National League to release certain c play players players playens ¬
ers have Income public publicMe pubUlip pubiteRe
Me seated ated however that the matter is iswithout 181ithout iswithout
without tne jurisdiction juri8 tfetlnn of the commis commisH commisrin
500 > H rin > n since it concerns only the Na National NaiOlal Natiopal ¬
tional I raJ4 acne President Pn dfnt I Lynch yneli of f the theNational th thXatinna theNatinna <
National T 1agm eapKp aR1p has taken charge of oftbe
the tovestlration mvestfaUona a
tentlon of letting go of anybody whocan whocan who whocan
can help him win And iteo IO of course courseMurphy COUnMurpby courseMUrphy
Murphy urpby has only hah grasped the idea ideaand kJeaaDd Ideaand
and talked his head nearly nea y off without withoutknowing 1IthoutknowtnC WithOUtknowing
knowing what It Is alt about He has hasfailed hatailed hasfailed
failed to grasp the fundamental idea that thateach thateacla thateach
each club working out its own salve salvation salvelion va vatJon ¬
lion Is absolutely abeoI tely a a necesary nocesary proceeding pr ceeding <
to keep baseball alive He had a chance chanceto
to say something < along alon the lines of ofreall oCI OfrealI
reall I enforcing < the limit on the sum number Dumber sumbet ¬
ber of players each club may carry and andthereby andthereby
thereby giving the second division an anopportunity IIopportualty anopportunity
opportunity to pick k up promising pnMlll lnt even evenif evenIf evenIf
if immature talent ta t but It would have havebeen havebeen
been too much to expect Murphy to see seeor leeor seeor
or dilate upon POll this point pointThe pointThe
C
The ball player who plays football in inthe 1ftthe Inthe
the of HOB neasoft son shows too little braIns brateeto braInsto
to be in a major inar league leagueIf leagueS leagueIf
S
If reports are true true the actions of the theAmerican theAmetici 1
American ball players who went to Cuba Cubaafter Cubaafter I Iaher
after the Detroit team left there were werelittle werelittle I
little less than shamefuL Were It not notthat notthat I
that It would set a a bad precedent in the thematter thematter i
matter of stretching l < its authority too toofar toofar toofar
far it would be a good idea for the theNational theNational I
National Commission Commt ton or some other othergoverning otherrovemlllll othergoverning
governing body to fine them heavily for fortheir fortheir
their treatment of the Cubans CU Ans The Thelatest Th Thlatat Thelatest I
latest and best authenticated stories are arethat arethat
that the American players deliberately deliberatelyignored d41tberatelyI5Dored deliberatelyIgnored I
ignored their tlH > tr agreement t and returned returnedto
to the States on the flimsy y excuse that thatthey tbatthey thatthey
they wanted to spend Christmas tma at athome athome athome
home homegusttng Tb This 18 i 80 puerile that It Is di dito diegusting
gusting to a fairminded person They Theyknew Theymew Theyknew
knew when they went to the island islandwhat I Islandwhat aRdwhat
what they t were expected to do and If Iftheir Iftheir Iftheir
their engagements en nta held them over overChristmas overCbrlstlD8 overChristmas
Christmas they bad not one iota of ofmoral ofmoral f fmoral
moral or legal right to jump and leave leavethe Jeavetbe leavethe
the Cuban promoters in the lurch It Itwas Itw Itwas
was w reported that the Cubans tried to tojail tojail toll
jail ll them for breaking their contracts contractsAmericans contractsAmericans l lAmerica
Americans America wi wisportsmanship with a I of decency decencyIIPOrtJ and andspontinnanship
sportsmanship IIPOrtJ nanshtp would wou lei not have ha ve regretted regrettedit r rrited rritedIt
it much if the Cubans had gone that thatfar tbatfarbut thatfarbut
far farbut but had the Americans Amerka been locked lockeditp I lockedup d dnp
itp what hat a howl would have gone up upfiT3i upfrnm uptrn
fiT3i trn the yellow newspapers and the thejingoes thejln thejinges
jingoes jln > generally htaIl7 When you 8U see a case caseof easeof caneof
of this kind you take t a somewhat dif different dIferent diffeeeat ¬
ferent view of the Latin custom of lock locking JockI locking ¬
ing I up Up those who break their contracts contractsor COIttr COIttror
or refuse to pay their debts debtsOur debtaOar
+ 0 0Our
Our sympathy patby goes to that cleancut cleancutsportsman cleannatVictor cleancutsportmeaa
sportsman Victor Manes It of El Mundo MundoHavana Io IoII uodoHavana
Havana II who Invited the American Americanthere AMeIIcaMtbele Amedcanthere
there thereJoe thereJoe
40 40Joe C
Joe Cummings and the Snorting N New NewZ Newsar w war
ar Z salving < the St 8t Louis fans over the theto tileof thelo
to f of the veterans v upon whom w wbaed they tfcejfbased theybad
based such great hopes In i f r a ast who whnwere wIMwle whowere
were such h a frost In IfW l ltheilnIothingWOrdst I kt i t ttlww 4 4them
them theilnIothingWOrdst to soothing words d dhave c cha = em emhave <
have ha had their day and ad thai rr nwil1 ce cewill ces ceswtfl
will be taken by fresh tataii tale at atsome atMOIne atsome
some glad lad time In the fat > j e evelop j jelop
velop elop into winners St Lou JA1Maring Lebearing > IK IKhearing <
hearing that story almost almostWashington a1m t 1 1Vashlncton r rWashington
Washington but It Is just justto a ato ato <
to brush away the tears tearsas tel1ras tearsas
as it Is in the tti District Districtfor e efor > t tfor
for youngsters you en and patienr > t sr srlutely flutely s slotely
lutely the only hopes and i ition itMa ition
tion of these hopes will wi111te be se n < iJ t r > fr < r rmany I
many days McAJeers s poMcy poMcynewspapers IOIIe IOIIeup S Sup I
up a team of the wntlalll81 WUhiaias1type r rt
t type was aft never accepted all allnewFP asnewspapers
newspapers newFP outside of St L Lcollapse I Icollapse a ana
collapse na of o that venerable venerableeit venerableeaitsd nerabIe c ce
eit e eaitsd n fd < d no surprise elsewhere elsewhereto elee 1Mt 1Mtto P Pto
to do io now is to prevent prev nt hi hilowing h hlowing blowing
lowing the same tactics in inUIPIBE InUMPiRE rrO rrOUMPIRE
UMPIRE J015TOHE J015TOHEra JOHNSTONEHAD i0HNSiN i0HNSiNHAD
HAD NO NODIFFICULTY NODIFFICULTYThinks oiFFicain oiFFicainThinks DlFFICUl Ti TiThinks
Thinks Players Are Ove Ovecoming Over Overcoming er ercomingT
comingT coming Tendency to Kick KickOn KickOn KickOn
On Decisions Decisions5f DecisionsXEW
5f XEW EW YORK Jan l 1U iVmPire UiNpir James JamesE IE
E 1 E Johastone wno wile lives ta 1 X XJwa N3weiic > twark c ctorwanIe4 has hasforwarded hasforwagded
forwarded to President Lynch of the theKatkmal theNational It ItNat1oDaJ
National League his reply to Ute query queryrecently 4Iueryr queryrecently
recently r tlT sent t out from National League Leagueheadquarters LeagueheadqrttlS Leagueheadquarters
headquarters I have had very ry ttttle ttttletrouble Jttthtrouble littletrouble
trouble with any players pIa during the tbepast theput thepast
past season said III Johnstone today todayIn todayIn
In fact I here had no trouble to tospeak toapeak tospeak
speak of during the past three ee eeUmpITe seasons seasoaeUmpires seasonsThnptree
Umpires always al try to do right and if iftl Ittl Iftly
tl tly ey make a mistake It fe never a ques question question questimi ¬
tion of honesty of purpose purposeA purpolleman
A man is subject sub to criticism no mat matter matter matten ¬
ter what business be to in But the thecritfdnm thecrttIcIIIIa thecniticlam
critfdnm of an umpire v re or player by the tbefans thefaDII thefain
fans to I unjust for they are trying to todo too todo
do right 3r report to President PresidentLynch Pre PresidentLynch hleat hleatLyJIda
Lynch therefore therefwe will necessarily be bebrief gehriet bebrief
brief although It wilt contain some somethings somethInp somethings
things which cannot be made public publicuntil pubilcuntil publicunfit
until President P AileBt Lynch wishes to give it Itout ItOut
out outThe
The season Just passed wis almost almostfree allD03tfree almostfree
free of trouble between payers Pytr and andumpires andum andumpires
umpires um and there seems to be a desire desireon desireOft desireon
on the part of players as a rule not notto notto notto
to object as strenuously as formerly to
decisions made by the arbiters arbitersGRIFFITH arbitersGRIFFITH arbitersGRIFFITH
GRIFFITH SUGGESTS SUGGESTSCHANGE SUGGESTSCHANGE SUGGESTSCHANGE
CHANGE FOR UMPS UMPSShould UMPSShould UMPSShould
Should Be Out of the Way of the thePlayers thePlayers theP1aers i
Players During the theGame theGame theGtne
Game GameCINCINNATI GameCI GtneCINCINNATI
CINCINNATI CI CINXATI Jan 1 1Yana 1Manager Manager er Clark ClarkGriffith ClarkGrtff1tb ClerkGriffith
Griffith of the th National League rules rulescommfttee rulesCOIRII1ttee rulescomatttee
commfttee says YII there Is one rule relat relating reJtlag relatlug ¬
lag to umpires re which ought bitt to be bechanged beclMLDged bechanged j
changed changedI
I dont race to be called a kicker kickersaid kickersaki kickersaid
said Griffith today but it does make makeme makeDte makeme
me sore to have an umpire around In Inon 1ftthe hithe
j
the way when 7OUve got a good PlaY PlaYon playon
on and have him hi step Into it and knock knocktbe knockthe knockthe
the whole whol business out outVery ouLVery outVery
Very often I have ve seen signals go gowrong gowro gowrong
wrong wro because an umpire was in the theway tb tbway theway
way and Ute players could not see I Iwant Iwant Iwant
want them to stand on the outfield side stteof sideof sideof
of the base bne 3i and give their decisions decisionsthere decleloDBtlIent decisionsthere
there the other umpire remaining be behind 00htIIcI behind ¬
hind the catcher at all times I think thinkwith thiRkwtt thinkwith
with this rule 211 n force we could have a awhole awItoIe awhole
whole lot less Ie wrangling than we have bavenow ha8DOW havenow
now and that the people would really reallyget reeHYpet reallyget
get a a little better ball playing YIDg for their theirmoney theirJIIOItey theirmoney
money moneyWISCONSIN JIIOIteyXlISCONSIN moneyWISCONSIN
WISCONSIN ISSUES ISSUESCALL ISSUESCALL ISSUESCALL
CALL FOR OARSMEN OARSMENJCADISOX OARS1EN OARS1ENKADlSON
MADISON Wis Jan 1 1coclI Coach Bd BdTen BtTea EdTen
Ten Sick of WiScOnSin baa h Issued uedcall a acall aesll
call for crew candidates and the men menwill BteIIwin menwill
will report immediately after the t boll holiday bolldan helldayn ¬
dan daynCaptain day
dayCaptain
Captain Frane Fm ne Wiles Wlice Kerr Hare HareSumnicht H HtJmnfcht ItareSumntcht
Sumnicht and nd Kratx of o last years yearsr yearrf yearsrv
r rf rv w are > among mnn the prospects on the theeligible thepltgible theeligible
eligible list while Van Loon is barred barredby barredby barredby
by the lotusyer o1yeer rule
I
PAPITAI uHrilAL CAPITAL QUn onu onuSheridan SHOOTERS SHOOTERSCHOOSEOFFICERS i
CHOOSE CHOOSEOFFICERS CHOOSEOFFICERSSheridan OFFICERSi OFFICERSiheridan
Sheridan Ferree F rree to Lead the theLocal theLocal I ILocal
Local Rifle Club This ThisYear ThisI ThisYear I
Year YearThe YearThe
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The T e National Capital I 1tul JUne lid an K Kvolver Rt RtvolVel Bevolter
volver Club heW M I Its annual uaI meeting and andelection aDdelection andelection
election oC officers o at the crabs eJDIr new newrange DeWrantJe newrange
range in the basement t of the National NationalSporting N NSpoctlar NatIonISporting
Sporting Goods Company at 43 c i Ninth Ninthstreet N Nstreet Ninthstreet
street last evening eveningThe evenbagT eveningThe
The T o o Icell cers elected for the coming comingyear COIIIiD7ear comingyear
year are a as follows President PreaWeat Sheridan SberidanFerree SheridanFerree SheridanFerree
Ferree vice president M Clellt R R Cbaopei C Cretary sec secretary seeretary ¬
retary F J Kahn treasurer W J JMaooonnall TMacdeRnaJl 7 7MacdennaIl
Maooonnall range officer F W Holt HoltAt Ioit IoitAt ott ottAt
At the conclusion of the meeting 1Dfltt the thertufc theclub
club revolver revelv r team of live KM inq < i shot not a amatch amatch amatch
match with the Portland Ore revolver rrvotverclub revolverclub volver volverelub
club The score was lag s each man firm firmtweatrflve firing
tweatrflve shots bote with a possible J total totalor totalof
or 0110 0110A of i3Sw i3SwA l0A
A moat successful season is anticipate anticipatefor andelpitand
aM now members s are constantly Iy apply
t for fo admission In the etob
The he range < e Is equipped with live tar tsozg
zg 8 and the club shoots every Thurs ¬
day night nighti nightAmerican nightBIG ht htBIG <
BIG TEAMS USED USEDHUNDREDS USEDHUNDREDSOF
HUNDREDS HUNDREDSOF or MEN MENAmerican MENAmerican
i
American League Showed
253 Players Last Year and andNational andNational andNational
National League 245 245and 245The 245The
The two MIljor mar leaguesthe ne AM4II1eaa AM4II1eaalid AiuoreaaNd
and lid Katfonal N NadooeJuee OINIIuee4 used exactly exact17Ir 4H players I IIr
Ir the tlteBR JMt 11 season seasonBan seasonBan
Ban BR JoniMMNVR 3eheao eight t clubs I employed employedeight JIIesoecf
A 4 willie the older organizetisu tIea housed heueedeIPt housedeight
eight less The bevy of ofnftT 4K S Includes Includesevery mdudnsevery
every player who got in a as much ada as a asingle anlle asingle
single nlle Inning from the rise of the cur curtate curtala curtahi ¬
tate tala in April to Hs fan la te October OctoberThe OctoberTtte OctoberThe
The dope shows that Napoleon Lajofe Lajofeand LajeIea Lajoisand
and a Deacon Jim McGuiie caned upon uponthirtyseven uponthirtyseven
thirtyseven men to land them In sixth sixthposition IIIxthOf sixthtdon I
position tdon Of course a lot of tem were wereyoungsters wereera wereyoungsters
youngsters era and played ta ofcly a couple couplee1 i ithe
eC games Ia the windup of the cam campaign camOut earnjan ¬
jan Out of this flat lLJt though six were weresent weret weresent I
sent t back to the minors inoes with a card cardgood eardhut cardgood
good but Jot good uutvh f WU h The Thesextet Thetet Theaextct
sextet tet were Josh JoC1arkc Clarke Uebhardt LIetIbanItLa UebisardtRnztery UebhardtHaftery
Haftery Land La Wright and Booles BoolesHT Bootes11k BoolesWhile
While HT Ue the lap did not figure ta a a big bigswap bigswap
swap 1 with any of the other major majorleague majorIea majorleague
league dubs ono on player Kea Ban BaD was wassecured wacunei wasaecored
secured cunei from t th 1M Yankee YankeeOld YaakeHOW YankeeOld
Old Fox dark QrlftttH and ad Joe JoeCantXton JMCaatllloa Joeeatlflon
CantXton caused a aI I oC o the exittement exittementGrMC XIIIItRtGri exementGrIn
GrIn beet up to his old taotles when whenhe wIaealie whenhe
he was as boss of the Yankees and em emiptoyed fOlD fOlDllleyed emPlayed
iptoyed fortysix players CantMon fell fellthree fenitllree fellthree
itllree three short of Griffs figures figuresThe figuresi res res11te
i The two also slipped sflppedtbe the release eae eon coupon eonPoe a
Poe the oftenest Clark chased eight eightnnnistants elPtta eightastaats
nnnistants ta to the minors and endtkroned HDe HDeIfHfj De Dethroned ¬
throned Joe went him three better betterta betterevera1
evera1 big deeM were also ae JIll JIllIa andin
ta lids department CanttHon was once oneemore oncemore
more the central ra1 figure For a starter starterb sCaTterIeIIt starterbe
be b sent B Bin r Burns sr te the Whtt White Sox Soxand Soxand
and received Nick Artrock Jlggs JlggsT JiggsDosehue
T Doeohue > onohtt and BCT Bt Cravatb TIlts trio triodMnt triot triodidnt
dMnt t last very long Ien and each one onewafted onewafted e
wafted his way to Brother Mike in inMinneapolis laXtaoeapolk InMinneapolis
Minneapolis Thea In the lb windup he hegave begave
gave to Hugnev H IIer Jennings Jim Deie Deiehnty DeIeMaty Ddehasty
hasty and took Dutch Schaefer SehIMC SehIMCWade and andWade andWde
Wade KRlifer for his share shareFred shareFred
Fred T Lake ike adaed ddM pitchers Smith SmithSrhlKser SmithScblitaer
SrhlKser hUter and Chesbro C and let nut nutCy mitCr
Cy Morgan MorganRoger MorganRoger orpn
Roger Ro Bresnahia Brounah i did some tan shut shuffitag shutlUng uf uf1IttIr
lUng with his Cardinals c He B got rid ridoC ridor ridCc
oC Bobby Byrne Chrles Hfgginj HIRta HIRta1totMm HIggtabothem
botham and Moore and received Hula Hnwwttt Hwwitt Hulawttt
wttt Mowrey Barbeau and Storke StorkeFred Ster1teFr StorkeFred
Fred Clarkes one big David Harum Harumnetted Hanr Hanrtted Hatnmnetted
netted tted him hi Bobby Byrne for Storke and andBarbeau aadBarbeau andBetbeau
Barbeau BarbeauJoe BetbeauJoe
Joe Ward who started out with the theYankees theYankees
Yankees was the only player play < to move moveto J80yeto moveto
to the National League He batted 1 but butwhen
141 for tile Yankees Ja DIlle ala games and andwhen andwhen
when waivers were secured on bin binBUI 1riIRBIll himBill
BIll Murray grabbed bbed him 11 tot the thePhillies thePhJl thePhIllies
Phillies PhilliesGeorge PhJl PhJlGeo PhIlliesGeorge
George Geo Brown of the Chicago Xa XaUonal National j
tional League club also changed dr drcuits c1rulb titmite
mite ulb going from from the Cubs to the theWashington theshl theWashington
Washington shl ton American League team teamThe teamThe teamThe
The Phlltfes and Boston Doves pulled pulledoft pulledofr pulledoff
oft a deal that aqvolyec nvolve five players playersddphla playersBates playersBates
Bates and Starr were 3eC8r secured 1 PlllIa P111
ddphla while w ih Murray gave u 1IIt Pitchers
Richie and Brown ad lafieMer I Ixz Sbean ean
for the pair pairSAILORS p1rSAILORS pairSAILORS
SAILORS WILL MEET MEETON l1EETON MEETON
ON GOTHAM GRID GRIDThousands GRIDThousands GRIDThotisantis
Thousands to Change Chan e Hands on onResult onResult onResult
Result of Middy Football FootballGame FootballGame FootballGame
Game Game2vBvV GameNBW
2vBvV 11 3W TOJtfc YORK Jan 1 IThe Tbe keenest ri rivalry riValry rivairy ¬
valry la being manifested maalte te4 taOay ta the thefpebbaJl thefQe thefootball
football fQe ell game for the championshIp c of ofthe ofthe
the navy to be played play this afternoon atternoonat
at League Park between teams from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the battleships Missouri and Nebraska NebraskaOfficers Nebraskaffkers NebraksOfficers
Officers ffkers and men alike are interested interestedIn intf restffl restfflIn
In this afternoons battle batt I It Is said saidmore BIdJDOre saidmore
more than SMMW IW left over from rom Christ Christmas ChrlatJnA8 hnInt hnIntinns ¬
inns has been wagered tIed on the game by
the sattormen sattormenj Sl1ormenAt
At least 3MW9 10 people are expected expectedto eeteQ eeteQto
to see the game gameRear gameRear gameRear
Rear Admiral Schroeder In Inof command
of the fleet Aeet and all his officers me to to togeUter together
geUter with every bluejacket who can
get shore leave will be present presentMOORE JMaeatlVIOORE presentMOORE
MOORE AND COSTER COSTERIN COSTERIN
IN THE RING TODAY TODAYBantams TODAYBantams TODAYBantams
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XBW YORK Jan 1 IPal Pal Moore the thePhiladelphia thePhIIatieIpJaIa thePhUdelpbl
Philadelphia bantam and an Joe j Coster Costerthe Costerthe Coaterthe
the Brooklyn star will mingle In a a ten tenround tenround tenround
round engagement at tile tli special stab stasof stabor stagof
of the Olympic A A C C ta Harlem are this thisafternoon thlafternoon th1 th1afternoon
afternoon afternoonBoth afternoonBoth afternoonBoth
Both of these tbee boys are fast and as aggreasive I Igreasive
greasive ea lve and as they are both clever
lads I there is no doubt dou t that the bout boutwill i iwin
win be evenly contested cqate ted from beginning i
to eDdXoore end endMoore i iin
Moore ha has been n 8ho showing iD great t form
in i his contests it the local clubs Iubs diirins diirinsthe durinthe dii ring
the last few months and Is now a eor eorteiider on ontender ontender
tender for bantam championship hon honors lionors lOn lOnonr ¬
ors He has been training hard and andannounces andanp atiIanpouncec
announces anp unces that he will be in the pink or orcondition orcondition o ocondition
condition for his battle with Coster
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Little Bits of News and Comment CommentAbout j jAbout i iAbout
About the Athletes and andHappening Happenings HappeningsIn s sIn
In the th Sport Realm of This Country
Cbarfry Cbarlr bary Goldman Gold the New > York Yorkfeatherweight Yoritteatelrht Yorkfsetlie
featherweight fsetlie weIght hAS HAS been barred from fromboxing f fin frontboxing
boxing in Pittsuur P1ttshurg ar owing owtD to the fact factthat filettIIIet factthat
that 15 1 tatted to comply with potiee potieeregulateas pelteerecvla polleereulat1n
recvla regulateas there namely the thetiag submit submithag omit omitting ¬
ting To a physicians a examination examinationtwentyfour exaMiaatlolatweatyour ezaininationtwentyfour
twentyfour hours before entering the thering tlteI thering
ring I IIC
ringMatthew IICXattbewT + C
Matthew XattbewT J Clone for years pro proprietor pr0prietor proprietor ¬
prietor of the Vanderbilt Hotel and one onetine onetbBe onetime
tine backer of John L L SalUTes Sui died diedTuesday diedT8eiM1ay diedTuesday
Tuesday at S3 3I a p m in Ma home at atPeekskill atPeelud atPeskakill
Peekskill ll N Y He had been ailing ailingfor ailing1w liar liarf
for f some time and recently bad told his bisfriends atfrietNIJJ hisfriends
friends that be did not believe that he hewould hewould hewould
would last for many lIy more rounds r rJack roundsJack
Jack McQutgan has baaheavyw a a prospective prospectiveheavyweight prospectiveheavyweight
heavyweight heavyw t in sight woo may make makenotice JRketbe makethe
the patrons ol boxing I 1t up and taM taMnotice takenotice
notice This 1 hl fellow Is feet 51k K Inches Inchesring hMhe8tall Inchestall
tall and w lgbz puaIIICII III his apr aprring r rriD
ring < shoes Unfortunately UnfortwetelyJack Jack cant cantunloosen Cft canS t Iunloosen i iuaJoo
unloosen ths tit new ring terror till May I Il
1 next nextYale nextYale I
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Yale h in cowteBspIsiiwr ti vending Its Itsvarsity itsvarsity I II
varsity etaht eightcared b = < ared crew u w wuaIR > Virgin Ytegiwle to totram totrain
tram on titt th Potomac during d1Iri the Kaater Kaatervacation Xnsternacadoit
vacation VMs lda may ay nveaa a a race with withth wttltu withlii I
th Georgetown etoWft eight elbtClarke eightClarke
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Clarke Griffith has instituted a shake shakeup shakeup
up on his payroll that he hopes will sbakeI save saveGarry naveGrry e eGarry
Garry Herrmann more ahan n ban 2tt toet a ayear ayear
year year 1 He claim he salaries will be bekiore beIflOre beicre
kiore IflOre icre eaualhreu eou3II7 i an ev YJr > r when the theplayers theplayers I
players sign in the extracts tracts which wl ch he has hasalmost basAIao8t hasalmost
almost ready r y for malting llinc GrttC believes believesthat believestbat believesthat
that some of his hirelings are under underpaid underpaid underpaid ¬
paid and these will profit f at the expense expenseof
of c the overpaid ani the bench warmers warmersConnie warwtenJCORnie warmersS warmersConnie
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Connie Mack seen seeme t tJ have the ut utmost utmost atmost ¬
most COW coilslence Mk Unce ce m In OtMfer 0 tD 4kr Joe Jack Jackson JaeItJOR Jackson
son JOR for be h declares at t the youngster youngsterwill youepterwill youngsterwili
will be reined ref aed wttL Topsy Hartsel for CorelD foremergen
elD emergen < gea 3 > outfield iuty Connie Conniebanking 18 18banldag isbanking
banking on Murphy alplly t toode oode and Hell HeitSostehow HeltmuUer Hellmuller
muller as a rquJrr rio rioSomehow
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Somehow Hughie HnghieJecgs Jentugs J cannot cannotsidestep cannotBldfttep cannotsidestep
sidestep bantam pitchers The Tigers Tigersusually Tt8ersUIRJaIty Tigersusually
usually go South with wI h r 1 1 u three to tohalf I Ihalf
half a a dozen d midget m tet wirier eaek each sea season JJeaAU seau ¬ I
son u AU record have nave been eclipsed by bythe bythe bythe
the champions however m In the selec selection eeIectloa aeleclion ¬
lion of Pete Browning as a mt 151 colt coltBrowning coltBrowlllD coltBrowning
Browning < weighs but 125 I pounds poundsRube pea peaRuM poundsI poundsRube
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Rube Wjddell W I made good on a aIoaa 3 3loan l lloan
loan frorr fro Frank Gotch the other day dayIn dayin
In St Louie More wonder the oblige oWIsation obligeties phMgation I
tion bad been due some three tIt years yearsNo yearsNo yearsNo
No wonder Catch is i the champion head headsntaner 1MaGToWn heedspinner
spinner ToWn he is able t to pry the theRube t1leRabe theRube
Rube loose from a five easer caserWalter c8ftWalter easerWalter
Walter OHara Jersey City Cit and Jacob JacobStein 1eOStda JacobStein
Stein Buffalo are the two Eastern EasternLeague EasternlAtlH EasternLeague
League representatives it the tb American AmericanAssociation ADter1cnPIOCiation AniemicantssocietIo
Association meeting i Chicago Ch It is isprobable ispobable Ispotmble
probable that the NO o will meet the theAssociation theAaIIodaUOI1 theAssociatIon
Association representatives in a confer conference eo conferonce er erence ¬
ence to discuss d the uniform purvbase purvbaserule J purjtaaerule e er
r rule u Joe agreed on by the American Aaso Aasoriatfoa ANOdaUoa me menatIon
natIon and Eastern Ea ern League J This rule ruleprovMes rulepro ruleprovides
provides pro that t t no dub of either organ organization OQIIbation organizatlon ¬
ization rn pay more than a l > for < or a a abaIl
ball pIer from the major Injorrlto leagues leaguesSeveral leaguesSeveral
Several rlto Kastern League clubs are ru rumored rumred ¬ I Iably
mored to have Vvio violated the dense not notably notably ¬
ably Toronto which is understood to tohave tohave tohave
have paid 3 ii ia W for Pitcher Carl Lund Lundgren LuDdpreI1 Lundgresi
gren of the Cubs CubsA Cub8A CubsA
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A special a meeting oC the Pacific Coast CoastLeague CoBtbeen CoastLeague
League ha has been called for early next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week to consider nSitIer the proposition G IJoeItIoa of ofousting orousttDc ofousting
ousting Secretary etal Long from his office officeOpposition officeOpposition
Opposition to Lens Lon is based It Is al alleged alJetHod atloved ¬
loved on the fact that he Is acting Uac in inthe Inthe Inthe
the dual capacity o 0 Hague J secretary secretaryir secretaryand
and manager naer of tt club ir the circuit circuitSecretary circuitSecrfta circuitC circuitSeeretay I
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Secretary Secrfta Barnard oC o the Clevelani i 1 I Iclub Iclub
club has hit upon a novel plan to ore oret JMteet pr prtact
t tact ct the pitchers in bad weather Bar Barnard BarJUU1I Barnerd
nard has overseen the construction of ofthe oftile ofthe
the sew baseball plant at the Forest ForestCity FQCelltCIty ForestiCity
City and has had built a tunnel from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the home beach to the nearby by club clubhouse clb1 clb1house ¬ I IIw
house Iw The pitchers will be able to toduck i
duck into warm quarters when not notworking
workln working workingThe orking orkingThe
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The Pacific Coast League e is anxious anxiousto
to expand expaacllllto into an eightdub tcJab circuit The TheNorthwestern TheNorthwestern
Northwestern Norlbwe tera League is anxious to put pata puta puta
a team in Portland The Coast League Leaguewill Leaguewill Leaguewill
will tolerate the invasion only on con condition condtdoa condltion ¬
dition of befog given Seattle and Spo Spokane SpakaDe Spokane ¬
kane m lit 1 lll t1L t1LThe < 1 1The
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The Bloomington Association A atffft Clr > has hasconcluded hasCODChJ hasconcluded
concluded ecl negotiations De otlations with Burlington Burlingtonof B1Irll1l OIl OIlof
of the Central Amoetatioa by which wbirltPitcher wbldPttcber whichPitcher
Pitcher Edward ni Clark of the Windy WindyCity WindYIty WindyCity
City < is transferred traa optionally to the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter club for the doming comf season Clark Clarkpitched Clarkpttcbld Clarkpitched
pitched the recordbreaking tweatystx tweatystxinnteg twentysixinning I
inning game In the ThreeI League the thepaat the1M thepast
past season aeasoaIt se4UiODIt
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It fe rumored In Detroti tf that Jennings JenningsIs
Is anxious to get t rid of both Catchers CatchersSchmidt CatchersSchmidt CatchersSchmidt
Schmidt and Stana Sta Stanage e He te said to be beangling betor beangling
angling for Xlg Clarke Schmidt has hasnever hasnever hasnever
never shown much In the pinch since sincebe slttcebe sincehe
be first became a Tiger T er and Stanage has hasno hasno
no regard for training rules es Becken Beckendorf Beckendor Beckendotf
dorf would be the first catcher = if he hecould hecould hecould i
could hit better betterJohn betterrolm betterJohn
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John TSsh llsber r may be a a Louisville Lo1I col colonel eelOnel ¬ I IoDei
onel net ne t spring The leading twirler twlrlerof twirlerof
of the Central League L ue who set a new newworlds newworlds I Iworlds
worlds record for consecutive games gameswon gameswon gameswon
won won was drafted from Wheeling by byPlttsburg byPlttnburg
Plttsburg Pltt8bur and It is reported rep that he will willbe willbe III IIIbe
be turned over to Louisville LouisvilleHartford LouIsviUeHartfod Louisvillea LouisvilleHartford
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Hartford which hleh has always been beenfamous beenfamous beenrasious
famous for Its string of good pitcher pitcherhas
has signed a ri rlgkthILIMIer htbander and a left ¬
hander The portsUc e finger Is one on
Pierce Mooney hailla hailing from ITooeic Ic ooic1 ooic1Pails
Pails N Y and the other Is Monte MonteWood MonteWood MonteWood
Wood a a former Albany twirier of o
Plymouth l Mich MichArthur XichArthur MichArthur
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Arthur Irwin claims that the Phillies Philliesworked PBilJiesworked Philliesworked
worked the squeeze play as far back backas bAckas backas
as 1886 in a game against New York Yorkwhen Yorkwheft Yorkwhen
when both Joe Mulvey and Irwin him himself hintself ¬
self scored red from third aDd Second re respectively respecUelY respectively ¬
spectively on a a bunt by Charley Bas
flea on signal from Irwin IrwiaPresident IrwinC IrwinPresident I
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President Comlsker announces that
the veteran White Sox pitchers will willPaso WillgrobablY
grobablY b8bIY do some or their training at ataso
Paso aso RoNes CaL where there are hot hotI botSemiAnnual hotSemiAnnuajj
Semi SemiAnnual SemiAnnualClearance SemiAnnuajj SemiAnnuajjClearance Annual I IClearance
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All E E B Vinter Weight WeightClothing WeightClothing VeightOothing
Clothing for men and boys at
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Port Sherry Angelica and Unscatel Unscatel35c MUscatel Ituscatel35c I I35c
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springs 8prl The place pla e is not far freer f fiUn
Francisco and th the achams is to send A4
the veterans there while the yovmjpsters
are working w taiome Ia some oC the t earlier e b1 hi
bftion bItloI blti games gamesI
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I wonder how tt Is Isof remarked ODe ODer oneof
of r the msgn t a few data age that thatllltclten
baseball llltclten plt who need a or seven sevenweeks fOn fOnweelul
weeks to get Into shape to pitch In tb the thefrtag
I frtag when thdy Ie aj getting p dfor dforr or orinwuing
r inwuing can take a trip U t > Cube or Call Callch C Ii
fonda ill the th wbtWr tiMe and pitch ch the theBabe
ay they 8d off the boat er traIL Irslae IrslaFred
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Fred Clarke Gp au Gibam d
Babe be A4ams have an altPrsldent signed PIUs PIUseoatraeta
burg contracts contractsPresident eoatraetaPrllideDt
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President Johnsons M MB e Is net BAA
B B but Byron yr Bancrart Bancrartout R crott Jubnem The
Amerkaa American Leagti mogul muss mussott jIMt elJQe elJQeout
out with ith the announcement announcementgetting aDDCMIDC1I1 mt that Iw bi Is Isg IsgettIng
getting g ti rather tired of the theBan name or
Baa BanCatcher BaaCatcher
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Catcher Cat 4l Monte Bonus Beville who was wasloaned wasI8tuted waxlssaed
loaned to Syracuse S by Rochester R er to toward to towant toward ¬
ward the latter part of fast blotand season seasonend on
end a former Detroit backstop will wfllprobaMy willprobably
probably obabIy be with wi h the Stars again againIiest agghiie In
ie Iiest season eaj on Rtichester Ha has no nofor U u5a ft
for 5 Bevilte as the tb team has jvac per perchased r
chased the release r FeCAo of Walter Blair tJe
former New York American eatdvr
from the t WilUanwoort aPort team of the Tti Tt Ii i
State League LeagueBilly LegueBally LeagueBilly
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Billy Hamilton one of the greatest greatestbase 3ftAt greatestbese t
base steniers atfAJoer that ever wore a aanced aancedshoe spikedshoe
shoe claims cia that long snan sharp lt > ffke es are area area ar ara
a needless JIeed menace Han H JIaWIItOn Uton toR nexer nexerwore neerwore er erwore
wore anything but short dun ones and andhe adbe
he tis was the moot dreaded basarnnaar eruneer If Ii et of ofhis o ohisthos r
his histhos thn thnJlmasy S
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Jimmy Walsh of Boston Bo and Alf AI
Lynch of Quebec boxed tea sands r to toBob toa ton
a draw at Quebec on Thursday TlnlndayBob night nightC
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Bob Armstrong has decided tn t remain remainwith nainwith rainwith
with Jack Johnson J and not Jala Jalatraining the tltfttratablr thetrahsing
training camp of Jim Jeffries Je as was wasreported wasreported
reported recently recentlyGeorge IfCeIIU
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George Gunther who fa In well known knownin knownIn U Uthis
in this city te making ma good id in RAt England Kngiaadon
At the National Spo Sporting Clua Club London lADdenon
on Tuesday y lIt night h JIw knocked knoeke out Sea Seaman Seanina ¬
man Broadbcnt ht one round ronndTa roundanke
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Ta Taake anke ke Schwartz Scbw reached EII ITntfand ITntfandsafely 1and 1andsafely d dfely
safely fely and has placed himself del ondetthe delthe naderthe
the management ement of Jolly Jvsafeo nbethe nbethe1I the theEngiteh theEnglish
English 1I sporting man manengagenaents ma IIe has several severalengagements I Ieap
engagements eap ta hi sight sightJimmy rbtThlUlIJ
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Jimmy Johoson manager er of Owen OwenXoran 01lrtt1XoJtJl OweuMoran
Moran hi trying to arrange a a match matchwith matchwith
with Tommy T Muiphy MUl phy for Moran w wMurphy a aMurphy n nMurphy
Murphy does not seem anxious for thou thxii
i hence nance to meet the little English Ene fighter fighterMorris AP r rXOrrM
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Morris Harris the Philadelphia heavV heavVeight hea heav heavweight i
weight eight laughs Ia at the idea of the Em Empir Em Empine
pir pine City Athletic < Crab of Pfttsfcarg
beJns unable to get tt any one to fight
San Sni i Langford Laa ord Harris says he wfll wfllfghi wQl5gbt
fghi fI Langford hi Ptttsbnrg or any other otherptace otn8 otn81ace otherplace
place 1ace for any number of rounds roundsAnnouncement
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Announcement < has been mad made bv by the theine the theJne
rsney Jne Island Jockey Club that donI
the he season of 0M ai for the two meetings meetingsat meottnsat
at Sheepebead Bay there would puuld be ols olstributed em emtrlbuted
tributed in prises 9MM NS Ibis flgum flgumwas ftruPew uve uvewas
was w only an estimate and It Is Isabie prob probable pt ptable ¬
able that the amount win 111 run ov over overrather r rthe
rather than under when tbe tb beeka tot totthe
the meeting are framed framedJo framedJOe framedJoe
Jo JOe Kelley the Toronto manager D1aDa < er Is Isconfident 1 1confident isconfident
confident of having Jack Thoney Thone las lasIIr k kie
1907 ie IIr star tar bark next season a = on
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