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12 THE WASHINGTON TIMES 3IONBAT IO lAY JAXTTAKT JA UARY 17 1910
SNOWSTORM t DELAYS DEUttiPRESIDENT DELAYSPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT NOYES NOYESBall
Ball Club Official Is Re Returning Returning Returning ¬
turning From Trip Tripto Tri Trito Trioto
to Cuba CubaARTICLES CubaARTICLES CubaARTICLES
ARTICLES FOR FIGHT FIGHTAROUSE FIGHTAROUSE
AROUSE DISCUSSION DISCUSSIONMichigan DISCUSSIONMic DISCUSSIONMichigali
Michigan Mic ig Not Impressive In Forcing Forc Forcing ForciRg ¬
ing Joy Miller to Shoulder ShoulderBrenic Sbou1derBIMwe S4KiulderBltisse
Brenic BltissePresident Brenicingtoit BIMweI BIMwePreIIWe8t
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President or N07c Noyes tbs W WjD Wssh Wsshinlgtoti
ingtoit jD tlIall ball U dab d who whoto was scheduled achedakdto scheduledlayed
to reeds here e last Jligkt JI been MeRIAyed de deIayed
IAyed by the storm in i New N nv York bar barbor harbor JIArbore ¬
bor bore and may y not 1I be home wnttt to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrowDurhtl morrowDurhtg morrow morrowDuring
During the trip o of the executive executiveof
of the Nationals to Cuba C1I a acorrespondence nines of e ecorrespondenee
correspondence < boa reached his omee omeeon oe eAiooon
on matters pertaining < to the club cluband daband
and until this is straightened JJt out outlittle cutlittle
little news may y be had hadThe hadTIM hadThe
The report that contracts have MV bean beanmature 1toeRsent boonsent
sent to all the players W1UI a hit Ke premature
mature although aJthou those who have re received received ¬
ceived < the papers have returned them thensigned themsigned
signed without protest protestThe proteatThe protestThe
The managers of aU three Indoor Indoormeets IMoormeets Indoormeets
meets to be held in Washington W this thiswhiter tJdIJwtRter thtewinter
winter declare the outlook for a record recordmark recordmark
mark marll1a in number of entries is most mostbright 1IIOStb mostbright
bright b bright ht Seres Berslloplnc oos hoping their hopes come cometrue COllIet11l8 cometree
true trueThe t11l8The treeThe
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The publication ta the Sunday after aftervisions afternoon alernoon
noon edition c Tb Time oC o the pro pIOtsioDB provisions
visions of the mysterious section e cdoa 7 T of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the JeffriesJohnson J eKrloe JobDIIOR articles aroused no noend BoOelMi noend
end of discussion dlKu i among the fight fol followers followen followere ¬
lowers of Washington WashingtonWhen Wa WashingtonWhen ington
When the agreement t for the cham championship eJuuapion championship ¬
pionship pion btp battle was first published this thissection thJslor thisoctios
section for a while was withheld and andthen andthen andthen
then it was announced that it was wassimply WASsimPlY wassimply
simply simPlY an understanding 1III between 1 thepogiilsts the thepugilists thePt1IdIl
pugilists t8 concerning rllhI < the picture prtvl prtvlle I privileves I IJeres
le Jeres JeresHow levesHowever es esHowever
However How er the publication in 1 these col columns columns ¬
umns yesterday yest rday changes the who whoaspect wholes wholI wholesaspect
I aspect pect of the affair affairted and shews she that the thetwo theto thetwo
two men are planning plaDT a corporation to tobe tobe tobe
be known as the JeffriesJohnson Mov Moving Moving Meelna ¬
ing lna Picture Corporation CorporationIf CorporatjonIeals
If Ieals ate is true it means that a n longtight long eartight
1 tight and a victory by Jeffries are utter uttarthe uttaIT utterly
IT neceeatry If tM pictures are to bring bringthe bdagthe
the best possible po financial return returnDiscussing returnDlsMJastng returnDiscussing
Discussing the situation the PhUndeiphia Philadel Philadelphia PhUadeIphia ¬
phia Press this morning in part partIf partU partIf
If Jeffries and Johnson have formed formeda
a a combination to t pool their interests on ontrie ORtnfO onthe
the tnfO films wools it not be reasonable Dable to tosuppose to8Uppooe tosuppose
suppose that both of th than n would OlkI try to tomake tJoake tomake
make the pictures as good as possroife possroifeTo poaIIJkTo posdb0To
To spoil the pictures would be removing removingIt nlllOYiaJIKney nmovihsgmoney <
money from their own jeans jeaDaIt jeansIt
It is not nccersary ry to say anything anythingmore aaytbmmore anyhi ig igmore
more about the pictures Fish Ft ht fans fanshave a anaVe
have already heard a great many manystories manytorles manystories
stories some of them absurd ab and others otherspossible otherspossibie otherspossibie
possible possibie And to my mind it all n re re reoies resoives
joives itself I f into the one question Can C Canri n ntihts
rights ri hte which hieh depend upon the moving movingpicture JDCWiDfPIcture metingpicture
picture receipts to enrich tbe fighters fiPt lighterstad P nt nterd
tad promOt promoters he free from some ele element ele element
ment of RaneeupIt f ramenpT frameupTIt ramenpTIt
It is Is however howot r unfair to presume presumethat pleIJUIDethAt presumethat
that either 1t lighter tzter ter had this end In view viewwhen viewwhen
when tJM > n be affixed atftx his signature t to the pa papers papers ¬
pers The fact that the men are to re reeive re reeh
eive eh he e the full 1M 1 < per r cent t of the picture pictureincome pictureincome
income ln 1M was probably signed In the best bestef bestef bestof
ef faith each believing ving that under thisdause thisclause this thisclause
clause he he would get t the greatest est profit profitIf profttrt profitIf
If the negro or hi fact the white whiteman whitemAn whiteman
man should be knocked out In the firstfew first firstfew ftnrtfew
few rounds it would mean the > loss of ofthousands ofthou8ands ofthousands
thousands of dollars dol from the filmsBut films filmsBut ftl ftlBut
But taking the viewpoint of o the vast vastamount vastamount
amount to be gamed by holding an un undisputed 1111 1111disputd undisputed ¬
disputed heavyweight ht cba championship Mlp It I
is i probable that when th t tpnt the men once oncefnter onceenter
enter pnt the ring they win give ve the picture picturereturns plctu plctureturns picturereturn
returns little oonsMcratlnn conelderatmCommotIn oonsMcratlnnCommenting coP8lderatlJPOIIImentIDg
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Commenting CommotIn upon the announcement
the t hf > other day that Branch Boeoek of ofthis rthis ofthis
this city has b decided to resign re tgn as foot
hall coach at t Virginia Ia Polytechnic In Institute Institute Instatute ¬
stitute the Richmond Times TImeDl TimesDispatchsaris Dispatch Dispatchsayg
saris saygThis s sThls
This announcement which b is istn made maden
tn < n rettabte authority is t the greatest 88t
Mow that could have befallen the fu future future fuof ¬
ture of football at t Blaeksburg BlaeksburgIt
0 0pt
It J t wNl w require requi more U tlaaa an a mere mererity JIG no notlre
1fre of expulsion by the Michigan fac facttty feccity
rity to convince the average < e man that
Joy Jo > Miller has not been grossly y miss mistreated misstreated as as1rfat ¬
treated 1rfat by the university universityA
A few weeks ago the hero of Ann AnnArbor Anntrbor IJII
Arbor rhor Miller is today tramping trm through thrughte throughtve th thEf
tve woods of f Michigan X an tt a demented dementedondttfon
ondttfon brought ht about by the dishon dishonors ¬
ors rs 5 heaped upon U him by the ones for forwhom forwhom
whom hom be worked wo so hard ha in n rehabilitat rehaMH rehaMHirz
ing ip Michigan on the field of athletics athleticsIf
If affairs at Ann Arbor are such that thatne thatne
ne n man who has never been registered registereduring resWeredlIrtnft
taring uring the season much less a Mud4nt student studentt JIIt t
t an rise so high as to be given ea the thehighest thehighest
highest honor it is within the hands of ofi oftae
i he e student body bod to bestow besto and another anothermember auotiJerP aaotirerember
member P ember ber of o the same team tf 1 a profes pIOfesonal profesonal ¬
< sorial onal wrestler sureiy Michigan JdIriI has haslittle h hHttle hasittie
little to be proud of in her er conqaeats C8IIq HeU of ofthe oft
the 1 be season of orBut 19 19But l9frf l9frfBut
But why dethrone 4IM reDe Milters mind mindil midrough
il 1 i rough disgrace cI while those with withwhom withhom withwhom
whom hom rests the duty of preserving the thehonor theonor thehonor
honor onor of the university uer lty are allowed aDow to togo too togo
go o free freeMichigan f freeMichpgan
fJlIc
Michigan JlIc IQUI has now barred most of ofhA her herf herhareball
hA hareball ba1l players because 1UIe they are re pro profPaslooale
f fPaslooale srsionals 1 If the charge against last the thenen theMfn themen
men is true what else was there left leftfnr leftfr leftfur
fur the board to t do It surely surelde8erves surelde8ervesno deserves deservesno
no credit in seeing eee that the eligibility engiMHtynde eligibilitycde
+ ode is i lived up to to especially 11y after afterthe afterthp afterthe
the Miller ilier Incident T lHERR1iANIJ K KHERRMANN KHERRMANN
HERRMANN IS SORE SOREON SOREor SOREON
ON or CHARLIE MURPHY MURPHYTells hIURPHYT
Tells T ns Griffith Gri ffidt to f D Deal l With W5thOnl WithOiicacoaa
1 Oiicacoaa + filC > A 0it DAly Onl III InVrking IIIritia IiiWriting
Writing VrkingCIXCTNXATl WritingC1NCR ritia ritiaCINCUX
CIXCTNXATl CINCUX C1NCR XAYL n Ohio Jan 17 t Presi Preftt Presient PresifUh
ent t HerrIDaIm ball toW Manager Grit Gritfit Griflith
fUh fit h to have no more verbal vft1al dealing dealingit tIeaIlngstUi
r it tUi President p Murphy of the CUbe Cubsii CUbeInd Cubesend
ii send nd has stated that every proposition propositionhich propositionhlch ioa ioahich
hich that man wishes wi to make here herewill herem herewill
will m have t to be made in writing to t be besigned beimed beaimed
signed imed by him ft III and to have hav an affidavit affidavitattached aftWa affidavits it itattadled
attached s sbprifyinr that he made the theproposition theJroposttIoIL theU1am
proposition propositionI
U1am
I am tat oC trying tli t i ta have any aat anyt utythitMr
hiss t to do wits wtt a man who Is so in inconsWerate In Inconsldenru lacconsMerntc
consWerate SB said id Herrmann I went wentto wentto wentto
to hfe h office o three th times whiTe in Chi Chicajro Chiuo Chiago
cajro uo upon his invitation When I got gotthere lOtthere gott
t there here he was gone each time I dont dontknow do dontknow t tJJ14
know JJ14 why by be did it it but we e win teach teachlim teachim
lim 1 im Ibat t hat he has to come dean If he henmes heomes henines
< nines here and were not anxious for forhim for11im forhim
him to come comeMANAGER comeMANAGER comeMANAGER
MANAGER SELBACH SELBACHHAS SELBACHHAS SELBACHHAS
HAS 39 PLAYERS PLAYERSHARRISQCRG PLAYERSHARRISIJCRG PLAYERSHARRISRG
HARRISQCRG Jan 17 17The The bunch h of ofball orhaJI ofcall
ball toners roien who will riprtsnit t Har Hari br1iJI Harrisburg
1iJI risburg i > burjt in the Tristate this season wfll wflle wfllJoe
Joe e picked from a list of thirtynineplayers thirtynine thirtynineplayers tItIrtynlne1lay
players 1lay S eight of whom are holdovers holdoversami hoWovenJ1tl
ami nil iiNlndr Manager I Manaer Ai Selbach and andhis andhis 11 1has
his a assistant = Charley Kelchner KelchnerIt
It Is 8 the largest list of player p1ay ro from fromwhich fromikh fromwsarh
which ikh a senatorial ntoria1 team has ever been beenSicked b beenDicked n nickf
Sicked ickf d dI
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JEFFRIES CHOOSES CHOOSESFormer CHOOSESCAMP CHOOSESCAMP
CAMP IN MEXICO MEXICOFormer MEXICOFormer
Former Champion Changes ChangesMind ChangesMind ChangesMind
Mind About Beginning BeginningWork BeginningY BeginningWork
Work Y ork Near Home HomeCHICAGO HomeCHICAGO HomeCHICAGO
CHICAGO Jan 17J 17JetrIes ffrles will start starttraining starttraiuhp t ttraIIIIIIr
training in Mexico MexicoTPWs XexIeowas MexicoIbis
Ibis was announced today by Sam SamBerber SuRJDIIaPI SamBerger
Berber BerberJeffries Berger manager of the Nt dtaaI dtaaIIioa cbamJekfies
Iioa IioaJe
Jeffries who saM some time ago that thathe thatJte thatlie
he would begin his training work near nearhis nearhis nearhis
his home in the mountains taIIuI has changed changedhis dlaa changedkin ed edlala
his mind tad He will go to Mexico and do dotwo dotwo dotwo
two or three weeks of rough work workXasatla hi hiMasatlax InMasatiaa
Masatlax He probably will be accom accompanied aecompanIed aooompanded ¬
panied by but two or three persons and andwfll andwill andwill
will endeavor to get back as much of ofhis otJUs ofhis
his oMtime strength as a possible white whitehunting wtalleJauatJag whilebunting
hunting and fishing in the country south southof IIOUtkoC southof
of the Rio Grande He has been snow snowbound II Ow OwIi pow powbound ¬
bound a total o of fortytwo hours in inthree tBtlaree isthree
three day dayJeffries days lA7fiJdr1e8 daysJeffrle <
Jeffries to looking Jeok welL He showed
the strain of onenight one t stands In his
face f btu has lost much of the super per ¬ i ieuo
fluous euo flesh he carried a few months monthsago monthsago i iqo
ago He used the few minutes uta be had hadw hadlay I
ta Chicago to pay a short visit to his hiswife hisrecov i
wifeillness wife who w atdo do is isthe recovering recov lf from a severe severeShe
aO
iMnese at the Michael Xle aM Reese Reese Hospital Hospitaltroupe H Hsevere es esher I
rejoines
Site wilt DOt be a to rejoin the show idIowtroupe showtroupe
troupe but will be moved movedrejoin to her home homem
In m Los Angeles as soon as she is able
to travel travelGotch travelGotch travelGOtch I
Gotch says AH Jeff needs is plenty plentythe pentyac I
DC good hard work aDd be wID lO Into i
the ring r1 in fine fettle The other day claywe daywe i iwe
we wrestled for a half hour and nd he hefinished i
finished fully as strong as I did Of Ofcourse Ofcourse i ieoune
course he is not a finished grappler ppler but butt t 1 1pve
he t gave me a hard battle I was forced forceduse forcedto I
to use the GrecoRoman Gr Roman style yle of ofwrestling o owrestlnng I
wrestling wre tUag because be did not want me
to work on his legs In the thirty min minutes minoteo ¬
utes that we were tussling tU881l I was able ableto ableto ableto
to pin him hi down but once This should shonldshow shouldshow
show how great t his strength tb < is Is because
he knows little of the wrestling Wt tn becaU8ej game gamePLEffi gameCHOICE gameCHOICE
CHOICE OF MURPHY MURPHY MURPHYPLEASESSTUDENTS I IPLEASS
PLEffi PLEASESSTUDENTS PLEASESSTUDENTSElection STUDENTS STOOEHTSElection
Election of Fast Centerfielder Centerfielderto
to Georgetown CaptaincyProves Captaincy CaptaincyProves CaptaincyProves
Proves Popular PopularStudents PopuIar9ulllentls Popular9grdepts
Students and players at Gorgetown Gergetownare GorgetownHarry G4 0WII 0WIIteda
are pleased teda today over tile election 0 0Hrry ofHarry
Harry Murphy or MvrpB urpII as he is tecalled iscalled Iscalled
called by It his team mates to tile cap captaincy ca cataIncy captaincy ¬
taincy of the ball team t The election electionhas electionbait electionhas
has relieved a worry from the minds of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the many Georgetown town adherents ea and all allare allare I Iace
are now 110 eagerly ertT awaiting the call to toaction toct toaction
action ct It is probable J a call will be bemade Mmade bemade
made Tor battery candidates within the thenext thenext thenext
next few weeksMurphy weeksMurphys weeks weeksMurphys
Murphys appointment to succeed Cy CyMcDonald CyMcDonalJ CyMcDonald
McDonald who left school recently was wasmade v vmade wasmade
made by the executive ecudve committee it itbeing itbebag Itbeing
being impossible Impo tble to get the votes otes of o a amajority amajorlt amajority
majority of last J seasons INL players as they
have scattered all allover over the country countryXurphy countryMurphy
Xurphy Is a centerfteMer There is isa isa Isa I
a likHihood iod of his being be shifted tfted to left leftthis leftthis leftthis
this spring to make room for Charley CharleyDugan CharleyDupn CharleyDugan
Dugan a substitute who 00 gave ve promise promiselast 110III 110IIIiea8On promiselast
last season As a sure and sensible all allround allrouIId allround
round player Murphy ranked with the thebest thebest thebest
best on t be Georgetown team last ton sea eonson I Ison
son benvr behh particularly effective in the theplaches theplncheste I Ipinches
pinches plncheste He is a lefthand batter andseldom and andseldom andseldom
seldom fails to meet the ball on the theBREACH OMJI08e thenose
nose JI08eBREACH noseBREACH
BREACH STILL OPEN OPENIN OPE OPEIN OPENIN
IN GOLF WRANGLE WRANGLEWesterpers WRANGLE VRANGLEWesterners WRANGLEWester
Westerners ers Decide to Wait But ButNo ButNo ButNo
No Signs of Conciliation ConciliationAppe ConciiiatienAppeac CoiicilationAppear
Appe Appear AppeacYORK AppearNEW r rNEW
NEW YORK Jan 17 17Altbouta Although the theWestern teVe thelVatern
Western Ve tera golfers etB have voted t to wait still Mfllmother 8tiJtm stillanother
mother m another tha year before f taking tile threat threatened th threatened t tNIed ¬
ened step M p that In all n probability would wouldifco WOUIco wouldrbo
ifco lllIIMD8e insn mae d das u H use e to tbe game n athis nthis nthis
this country k Is rot r certain that dan danger danhas danger ¬
ger has been permaa permanently iitlT Iy laid By BypostpoateK Bypostpoabar Bypostponing
postponing the adoption of radical mean measures meaaurea meanurea ¬
urea the Western We tera Gel Association has hasclearly uuIeIoearty hasclearly
clearly put it Tip ap to the United States StatesGolf Stte5Golf StatesGolf
Golf Assoeiatfo < Now N the question at atonce atariI atonce
once arise What will the latter do at atits atits atits
its annual 111 meeting nJ t to > be held at Sher Sherrys SherrySo Sherrys ¬
rys on Friday night nightThe nightThe MIIt MIItT
The T e opportunitv is at hand for those thosein tltoeein thoseIn
in control to ropt opt coodnatorj measures meas measures mea ¬
ures 11 but it fas not assured that this thtewill thiswill
will 111 be done donePRIDDY donePRIDDY donePRIDDY
PRIDDY WILL JOIN JOINBURLINGTON JOINBURLINGTON JOINBURLINGTON
BURLINGTON TEAM TEAMAnother TEAMAnOther TEAMAnother
Another AnOther Washington Wae iDgton amateur is going gotofto goingto 1IIf 1IIfto
to strike out into deeper r water teor this sea season eA eAana eonann ¬
son He to George e Priddy a leftbanderwho leftbander leftbanderwho leftbanderwho
who twtried for the St EMzabeth Hos Hospital HOIIJlltal Hosydtat ¬
pital ydtat team hut year Priddy has re returned re retarMrl returned ¬
turned a signed contract to the Bur Bwrlington Bur1in BurUn
1in lington Oft Iowa team eam of the ThreeBye ThreeByekairoe ThreeByeka ThreeByekA
kA kairoe ka and is anxiously looking 1Ook1 for forward forWIioMi forward ¬
ward to the lt of March at which time timehe timeh timehe
he h has beeto bc n ordered to report reportHARVARD reportHARVARD reportHARVARD
HARVARD SOCIETY SOCIETYTO SOCIETYTO SOCIETYTO
TO BUILD BIPLANE BIPLANECAMBRIDGE BIPLANECAMBRIDGE BIPLANECAMBRIDGE
CAMBRIDGE Jan J Ja1LAIl 17 1All All the matetian ma materials Jaaterials ¬
terials and accessories necessary to the theconstruction theceMtruetloa theconstruction
construction of o a first cuss clam fullsfee fullsfeeaeroplane ful1s18eaeroplane fullelseaeroplane
aeroplane have been ordered ed by theiarvard the theHarvard theHarvard
Harvard University Aeronautical A Ueat So Soci Soctty Soetets
ctty ci < y j V Martin director of the or organisation oraIsatioB organisaiion ¬
ganisation aIsatioB has been authorized to tomake tosuch tomake
make such purchases peu chaos as he may y deem deemrecessary deemry deemrecesa
recesa recessary ry to build a twopassenger bi biplane bi billblle biplane ¬
plane llblleSCHRECK
SCHRECK ALL IN INCOLUMBCS INCOLtXBC5 INCOL1
COLUMBCS COL1 MBL S Ohio Jan 17 IAie IAieSchreck 17OsleSehreck Ossie OssiePchreckthe
Schreck Pchreckthe the great t backstop who made madeWadddl deVaddel1 madeWaddell
Wadddl famous when the two worked workedfor WIN1c workedfor d dfor
for Connie Mack te pretty y nearly ncarl Fly > down downand ownaDd downand
and out outHis outHI outHis
His HI work with Columbus the last half halfof halfof halfof
of the past season was so poor that thatColumbus thatColumbus thatColumbus
Columbus is ready read to sell Schreck for forTrusses ford
d song with no musiciAnain musicians in eViderc eVidercTrusses eviderctTrusses I
Trusses Fitted B By Experts ExpertsFitted
1 1Fitted
Fitted F1tt Fitted so ss I to apyure a < UTf absolute satis satisfaction satistaction satisfaction
faction in every resJ respeit d t We p are sole soleWashington le I IWashington Iaabi
Washington aabi ton representative r renresPntativesr Ttsf > nttti j for or DR DRSMITHS DRSMITHS DRSMITHS
SMITHS HOXEST 7OHX TRUSS AND ANDTHE I ITHE I
THE MARTIN MARTI X TRTSS and also carry carryevery i ievery I
every other pattern pa Uprr of trv t n < s thats that made madeAbdominal madeAbdomiaal I IA1M1OMbuLl
Abdominal Ealts Elastic StooJdscs StooJdscsaad Stookingsand
and IKVUR Supplies SuppliesEverytting SappHesiverything SuppliesEverything
Everything for the Sick zoom SoomHcKca XoomMcKla zoomMcKea
HcKca Surgical Instrument Co
1004 r 1 Street 2T W W
HIGH SCHOOL HEADSTO HEADS HEADSTO HEALSTO
TO DISCUSS COACHES COACHESPrincipals COACHESPricipals COACHESPrincipals
Principals of Washington Institutions Will Take Up Subject Subjectat
at Meeting Tomorrow TomorrowDivision Division of Opinion As to toWhether toWhetherAlumnj
I Whether WhetherAlumnj Alumni Or Outsiders Should Have Charge
c
I Principals of the t e aye high big schools schoolsof KRooJae schoolsof
of WasMnston W OR win rtll sleet m c tomorrow af afternoon afMntooa afternoon ¬
ternoon and consider COft r thq advisability advisabilityof
of a rule prohibiting alt remuneration remunerationto
to coaches of athletic t etle teams teamsPor teamLFor teamsFor
For years at different time tiMes in i dif different dlffenmt different ¬
ferent schools those who bane > directed directedUse tllrecteL1e directedhe
Use baseball 1 football and Held and andtrack aDdtrack andtrack
track teams tea have received vary varyj varyjtor varying varyingaunts R Rsame
same for their service eerv e but lately there herehas therehas tbeIehas
has been a feeim f feeling that this should aiHMlkIboIbhM eabollahed e eabolished
abolished and all coaching left to tonl alum alumni aluhwai ¬
ni who might volunteer vol nteer their theITBy services servicesBy ervicesBy
By such a restriction It is maintained maintainedthere MAintaJ1HodtMle maintainedthere
there would be no abases and the spirit spiritto spiritto spiritto
to win would not be so pronounced IOtM It Itis ItI Itie
is nine said that some te or the schools schoolscannot ChooIscIJIDOt schoolscannot
cannot afCord a ord to offer any a l inducements inducementsto
to coaches ee e
esBoard
Board in Charge ChargeOB ChargeOR Chargeca
OB th the other hand thos those favoring the thepresent theCOIMIuet thep1moist
present conduct of affairs declare that thatabuses tltatalMl thatabuses
abuses are impossible poMtbJe because of the thesupervision the theau thesupervision
supervision au of the board of 8 faeutt Cae tt ad advisers 34vtsenJ advisers ¬
visers which has been authorize author el by bythe wthe 1ythe
the Board of Education to ferntiaterides formulate formulaterules fencJIte fencJItertde8
rules an awl control all sports sportsThe aportThe sportsThe
The nrincipal objection obje < Uon to comoulj comouljsory compuJj80ry ewmpul ewmpulsory
sory altuanl aIUla coaches is that seldom to toit 18It isit
it possible O to obtain a graduate who bo has hassufficient baaIlUftldent haseufrlelent
sufficient spare re time to direct a team teamthrough t tthrou teamthrough
through la a whole campaign and few fewalumni f fewalumni ew ewIoaml
alumni are available ava a le for or assistants I18 Tbe Tbesystem Tbeaywteta Thesystem
system has been tried at t different times timesbut t tbut timesbut
but its failure has almost t always fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed lowedAn
All Want ta Win WinSupporters WinSupportftllo WinSupporters
Supporters amon among the alumni and andstudent aJMIstud andstudent
student Pl1t bodies bod of o the existing exieU scheme schemedeclare schemedeclare beme bemedt
declare dt the desire to win In is as strong strongor <
or stronger mnier in the breast of an alum alumBOND a1u a1uRICHMOND
BOND RIC 1 GAMES G1ESATTRACT GAMESATTRACT GAMESIre
ATTRACT ENTRIES ENTRIESGeorgetown ENTRIESGeorgetovn Ire IreGeorgetown
Georgetown George Geore Wash Washington Washington Vashington ¬
ington ington a a and nd Central High HighSchool HighSchool
School to Enter EnterRICHMOND EnterRIC EnterRICHSOXD
RICHMOND RIC UIOND Jan IT 1The 1TheJnalt The manage managebe management
Jnalt cf the RI Richmond < hmond CoI College e meet to toM tobe
be held Febrjary 12 announces this thtemorninjc thismoruiDIF thismerninE
morninjc that amomc the Institutions Institutionsexpected mtltutionexpect hteitutlonsexpec
expected expect expec + ad to ov s represented repreeent are Johns JohnsHopkins JohnI JohnsHopkins
I Hopkins Western estfOrD Maryland Maryland MarylandAgricultural iry1aJadltural MarylandAgricultaani
Agricultural ltural College Georgetown GeorptowDVaat George GeorgeWashington GeorgeWashington
Washington Vaat Central High School of ofWashington orWID ofWashington
Washington WID on Episcopal Epi copal High H School SchoolWood SchoolI SchoolWoodberrv
Wood Woodberrv berry Forest t High H h School ol and theUniversity the theUniversity therntvermy
I University of Virginia Vir ia The latter will willbe willI willbe
be represented by fifteen men menAn 1ReBAn menAn
An Innovation which hich will add inter interest iaterto Intereat ¬
I est to the reet will be a dirt track trackallowing tradllowlll trackallowing
allowing < the t contestants teIJtants to have the theThe tbeadvanta theadvantage
advantage < e of working WJkln on bare ground groundThe reaacL reaacLThe
The floor of the Horse Show Building Buildinghas Bulldbuthas Buildinghas
has been p removed The athletes will willwear wfllI wiltwear
I wear spiked pU shoes and the trials will willshow wUt1800W willshow
show what the men are capable eapa hie of o do doing do doi doting
1800W ting i out of doors dOOMI
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Inns than in an outside lde coach and that thatin t1MIt t1MItIn thatin
in the ordinary course e of events ev8ll It hi hiier Ieea leeasier
ea ier to lay down tow rules to 0 one who he Is tereceiving Isreeetvtag isreceiving
receiving remuneration than to one onewho OIMvho onewho
who Is simply offering < his services servicesgratis iervkesgads nlees nlees5It18
gratis gratisIn 5It18IA gadsIn
In answer II er to the argument that certain cer certain eertala ¬
tain schools cannot afford < ont to pay athletic ath athletic atJedc ¬
letic instructors lNltnlet adherents of the pres present prMeat pre preeat ¬
eat plan declare the objection o jectlo is not notstrong nott1Ollft netoremg
strong enough to take away way from a boy boythe Do Dot boythe
the t best athletic instruction i etrpettoR it Is pos possfMe pM pM3ItIIe peehie
sfMe hie for his particular scHcfM BeIK to give giveBetter giveBetter glueBetter
Better Condition CeaditionThte CeRditionTb ConditionThis
This Tb argument a t te advanced on the thetag tlte1Id theground
ground 1Id that the more expert Ute train traJROle traintog
tag the better condition the t e PIKYorwhoa ptaycur ptaycurwhen pllLYocwIteR
when he gpes on the field fieldThese ekITIteee fieldThese
These are said to be th < principal pdn principalgu < lpal ar arguments arts ¬
gu guments + nenta ts on each side of the question questionand queeUoa11M questionWill
and the bntcome o of the meeting meetingwatched will be bewatched hewatched
watched with considerable Interest by byth 81th bythe
th the students odental and alumni as its adop adoption adoPtion adoption ¬
in the thepersonnel thenoleI thepersonnel
tion win mean 1t decided change
personnel noleI of the coaching boards boardsDuring boardsDurhatt boardsDuring
During the last baseball track and andfootball adf4Otbl1 andfootball
football season practically every oneof one oneof Ofteor
of the coaches who developed the fifteen fifteenteams Afteentea fifteenteams
teams tea have come from from outside UM UMalumni tJMI thealumni
alumni I of Ute different clt ecent schools schoolsAll sehoOI8AU esebOOiAll
All Weald Go GoIf GoIt GoIf
If the reouiremen regairemen4 limiting 1bntd the schools schoolsto b ObIto
to volunteer graduates dtes te adopted each eachhigh eadah eachhigh
high h school will los Jo its coaches c hM He Hecox He HeCOX Hecox
cox and nd King at t Technical Scheller and andKhby andKIrby andKirby
KIrby Khby at Central Lowe and Byrd at 4ttWestern atWe atWestern
Western We tern Poet t at t Business and Wood Woodward Woodwanl Woodward ¬
ward and Whiting of Eastern cannot cannotqualify caAROtqpaUtv cannotquaiIfv
qualify under the alumni lumDI clause clauseIt clauseIt e eIt
It was suggested OlIt ed two years ago 11 that thateach thafIIeh tbaeach
each of the schools be allowed allow a mem member mornbet ¬
bet 01 ofthe the faculty f < ulty whose e principal du duties dut duties ¬
ties t would be to be general enera1 athletic athleticcoach 8tJtIetIecoach athleticeoaehbut
eoaehbut coach but this failed failedTlifiLER fatledYANKEES failedYANKEES
YANKEES OBTAIN OBTAINTWIRLER OBTAINT1RLER0LTER
T1RLER0LTER T1RLER0LTERCalifornia TWIRLER WLTERCalifornia WLTER WOLTERiCalifornia
California Southpaw uthpaw Goes to toNew toNew toNew
New York for the theWaiver theVaiver theWaiver
Waiver Price PriceBO6TOX PriceR08TON PriceRO6TON
BO6TOX Jan JC 1CHarry Harry wetter the theCalifornia Uteaillfonala theCalifornla
California lefthand pitcher with the theBoston eRoItoa theRoston
Boston Red Sox test year will be with withthe wttthe withthe
the few York Highlanders Hll bJaadoers next aextTtae season seaeonThe seasonThe
The Boston club asked et for waivers waiverson
on this player but New York fttuedI refused refusedItoston
Itoston 1 01I then turned the player pia over to toNew toNew toNew
New York The itinerary of the spring springpreliminary s spreUmlnary springpreliminary
I preliminary wet kiesuedby ktesoed by Manager ManagerFred Xaaaprlaxed ManagerProd
Fred Lake Lake of the Boston Ba on Nationals Nationalsshows XtkmAlsJJhowa Nationalsshows
shows that the players en will wttlleave leave Boston Bostonon BoIItonon Bostonon
on March 14 en route for Hot Springs SpringsSouthern SprlnpGaJIMS Springsaces
GaJIMS aces m De played to many y 0 the theatbera theSouthern
Southern atbera cities winding wl1MII up their thetrI sched schedule nehedute ¬
ute before fo the opening of the playing plaJhleaaon playingmason < j jseason
I season with tth a game on April l 11 at Al Altoona AI AItOOfta Altoona
toona Pa and on the next day at atLancaster t i iLancaster
Lancaster PR
Little Bits of o News and Comment CommentAbout CommentAbout CommentAbout
About the Athletes and Happenings HappeningsIn
In the Sport Realm of This Country
Trig T Speaker Sp Speakerthe hf not t signed J with withth withtb
tb the th Boston BostonPiteber Ai AiPteeher A APtteINr
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Pteeher Stooey XeGlynn formerly formerlyof flTOCtlte
of OCtlte the Cardtoals Cards als has aliened again with withXBwauhee wttk1IIJhq withMilwaukee
Milwaukee 1IIJhq ee for the oomm coining season His Htattonal H HWOIk Hiswork
work last year was ODe or o tile tiletJonal aeniiR aeniiRtional
ttonal features t es of the league leagueKddie IgveEddie leaguegddie
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Eddie Collins cont of the Athletics is look looking eektrllC looking ¬
ing for a Job He is now in Philadelphia Philadelphiaand Phlllwlolphlawaata Philadelphiaand
and wants to remain there t until time thMto uto timeto
to go South with the team t But he hedoes he heBOt bedoss
does not want t to remain idle idleCarrigan tfllethe idleCarzisan
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Carrigan the Boston American catch catcher catcher catcher ¬
er will he given an opportunity of ofcatchte ofca ofcatcitagevery
catchte ca catcitagevery every game on o the schedule scbednielAoks KAed8leLooks scheduleLooks
Looks Mfce e Ghon stirred the ambition ambitionof
of many y athletes when he established OMaiabtda establishedOtto eeUL J Ja
a record Ja Milliiiter MilliiiterOtto summer0Otto
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Otto Knahe the Philly second Backer Backersayg Mckerwbe sackerwho
who had tar front a good year IR 1 1ws Ifll4says
says ws that Ms arm has entirely recovered recoveredand recoverMa recoveredand
a and that uut bfe will suffer sw er no handicaps handicapsthfe aRtlIca aRtlIcaOds handicapsthis
this year yearIt 7 yearIt o oIt
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It bt a cold day when Clark Griffith Griffithdoesnt GrfffIthdeeiRIt Griffithdoesnt
doesnt threaten to do something MIRCUI down downin doWIJ1ft down
in Cincinnati Now the Fox says sayswill he hewttl hewDl
will engage i 1 IAI M detectives to watch his hiemen hI8aad hismen
men and see that they do not D break breaktraining breaktrainIag breaktraining
training rules rulesFor ruleSFor rulesFor
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For the first time in years the New XewYork NewYork NewYork
York Giants will return Ir one squad squadto squadto squadto
to the Polo Grounds McGraws men menwiH J1IEIlwiD menwill
will reach New York from the South in intime intlJBe httime
time to play an exhibition game with withth w1tIItJM withtips
tips th team from Yale on April 9 9Sherwood IOvd 9berwood
Sherwood > Ovd Xagee the Philiy outfielder outnelderwho ouUleiderwllo outfielderwho
who figured in all the verbal trades tradesbetween tradesbetweeD tradesbetween
between the Cubs and the Phillies says sayshe sayshe sayshe
he is willing wiII to bet quite a chunk that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Philadelphia Pt crowd will 111 finish in the thettrat theSinIt thefirst
first division thin year yearCharles yearC yearCharlee YeAr YeArCbar1e5
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Charles ZXom D oIR the new manager of ofthe 0tile ofShe
the Phillies Phm says ys that John TItus and andFred andFred andFred
Fred Jacklltsch JackIlL wlH be among K the thestars thestan thestars
stars of the Stowtowii team this tblsThe season seasonThe seasonThe
The new manager says that all the two
1 need is a bit of pep which hich he says sayshe saysa saysDreyfuss Ii Iihe
he neee neeewild will wild inject injectDreyfuss IDJectDreyfU88
a
Dreyfuss hi opposing JlII1 tfee the now seized scbeduie adNdWe seizedus
uie We says that the tIay playing of MS l games gameswould gaJINJSwould gameswould
would mean aloes a Jose particularly par larty to thetai the tbetaHend the1aIIend
tai taHend end clubs cl in the league as the pub pubHe pubJ1c publie
He grows tired of baseball after tile sec second eCODd secend ¬
ODd week In September and Dd on that thataccount thataccouat thataccount
account the second division teams teamswould teamswould teamswould
would be heavy losers financially financiallyPresident ftaaDcianyPrMIdeDt financiallyPresident
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President Horace Fogd of 0 the Phila Philadelphia Phil Phildelphla Philadelphia ¬
delphia National team t is very much muchnettled much1Iett1ed muchnetted
nettled at President Johnson of the theAmerican theAerIcaa theAmerican
American League The whyfore to this thisJohnson thisJoIm8oa thisJohnson
Johnson allowed that the Phillies should shonldpay shouldJMLY shouldpay
pay BUI Murray everything eeI7tht that the thetatters tbelattfls theletters
tatters contract called for Fogei eI al ali al10w allows
i lows as how it isnt t any of the portly portlypresidents portlypfto portlypresidents
presidents pfto tdeDts business buad how much Murray Murrayreceives MurrayrecetvetJ Murrayreceives
receives receivesJOCKEY recetvetJJOCKEY receivesJOCKEY
JOCKEY CLUB ISSUES ISSUESTENTATIVE ISSUESTENTATIVE ISSUESTENTATIVE
TENTATIVE DATE LIST LISTXRW LISTXK LISTNRII
XRW XK YORK Jan 17 1The The tentatfve ten tentative fentathe ¬
tative lb I list t of dates of the Jockey Jockeydab JockcTClub JockeyClub
Club fellows fellevrsAqueduct fellewsAluedact3IaT fellowsAeiueductflay
Aqueduct Aluedact3IaT 2Iny 12 1 io May 10 10betk 19beth 10both
beth date dates Inclusive seven racing racingdays racingdays
days daysJamaica da daysJamaicaMay I
Jamaica Jamalca3lay May 20 0 to May Mayseven Iay Iayfievca 27 27seven
seven racing raclB day dayBclmont dRYIII dRYIIIDelmeBt daysBelmont
Belmont Park ParkJla May 2S S to June June1O
10 twelve racing days dnysGrnvcscnd dnTGraveseDd daysGravesendJune
Grnvcscnd GravesendJune June une 11 to June 24 24twelve 4hvelve 4 4twelve
twelve racingr days daywSliccpjihcad day dayj daysi
j Sliccpjihcad Bay na BayJune June une 25 2 to toJuly toIuly toJuly
July S twelve racing raclo days daysBrighton do doBrJ daysBrighton
Brighton BrJ h n Beach BeachJuly July ul > 9 to July JulyKm Julyiwclvi JulytT5elTr
= = tT5elTr raein > day dayUmpire days dayslfnpire
Km Umpire pi re City CltyJul July JKl l to An AnJU August AugustR Rust Rustft t ttklrtllD
ft thirteen rnclnc rqllo days daysSnraiepm da daSarate daysSarategaAugugi
Snraiepm Sarate SarategaAugugi Aujru Augut l S to August AUJulltehht
17 ehht elrhtrn R radDJ days
PURELY PURELYVEGETABLE PURELYVEZTALE
VEGETABLE VEGETABLEThe
Tl The e safest medicines are those which leave the system in the best bestfor bestcondition bestcondition
condition after their use This his + is one of the principal virtues we claim claimfor claimfor
for S S S Being made entirely of roots herbs and barks berks it is not in ineven ineven
even the smallest degree harmful to any system but on the other hand handits handits handits I
its vegetable ingredients make it one of the finest of tonics to build up upmineral upthe
the health in every way A great many blood medicines coptain strong strongmineral I
mineral ingredients which unfavorably 1inf 1rably affect the bowels stomach or ordigestive ordigB6tive ordigestive
digestive system syst m and any bloodpurifying effect ei ect they might have is istherefore istherefore istherefore
therefore offset by their injurious action on the general health S S S Sis Sis Sis
is the one safe and sure blood purifier It goes into the circulation and andrids andrids andrids
rids the blood of every impurity or pollution It strengthens the circula circulation circulation ¬
tion and adds nourishing properties to the blood and nd greatly assists Circu1a1 in inth inthe inthe
th the cure of any blood disease S S S cures Rheumatism CatarrhSores Catarrh CatarrhSores 0 tarrh tarrhSores
Sores and Ulcers Scrofula Contagious Blood Poison and all like diseases diseasesbecause diseasesbecause diseasesbecause
because it purifies the circulation S S S may be taken by young or orold orold orold
old with absolute safety and with the assurance that it will cure all dis diseases diseases diseases ¬
eases and disorders due to an impure or poisoned blood supply even evenreaching evenreaching evenreaching
reaching down and removing hereditary taints Book on the blood and andany andany
any medical advice free to all who write writeTHE writeTHE writeTE t
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA ATLANTA GA GAl
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CLEVELAND PLANS PUDSBUSY PLANSBUSY PLANSBUSY
BUSY SPRING TRIP TRIPMcGuire TRIPMcGuire TRIPMcGuire
McGuire Has Plenty of ofWork ofWork ofWork
Work Mapped Out for forHis forHis forHis
His Players PlayersCLBVELAXD PlayersCLKVE PlayersCLgYELA2iD
CLBVELAXD CLKVE fi Jan J 17 J1There There win be bemighty litefew bemight7
mighty few idle W moments for the Clove Cleveland CleYeIaJId Cloveland ¬
land taps JNI when they ar are 1 ta Dixieland Dixielandnct DtxIeIutdJtbXtI DixielandChat
Chat JtbXtI spring When the Molly McGutres McGutresarent McGutreaarent I
arent reat practicing or steeping they w wbe will willbe willbe
be playing exhibition games IIMIL The dub dubill ehIhm dubill
ill be divided into two t sounds and andames aJIderaell andeach
each wm have e U work cut out for It ItTeam It ItTeam
Team No1 No 1 will Mart playing playJagOft exhbido
games ames on March M 14 while Combination CombinationNo eowt eowtNo
No 2 will begin Its barnstorming barnAt < opera ¬
tions tlo four days cia later lateri Iterer
i Manager er McGuire McGul will chaperon about
i thirtyfive players South the talent in including ¬
cluding < four catchers fifteen pitchers pNeherseight pitcherseight
eight Infielders and eight outfielders hlIlL
The schedule of the two tams follows followsTEAM foIIowaTEAX followsTEAM
TEAM Xo 1 1March 1 1Xareh IMarch
March H 15 M 17 and IS with tth Chi Chicago 01mgo Cblsago ¬ =
sago Nationals In New Orleans at So 27 27and
aI Jt 3i April 2 aM I 3 New Orleans 0rIeaMlUI i iand
and f Nashville lUI vme 7 Dayton 8 S Colum C ¬
bus f and 10 Jo ToledoTEAM Toledo ToledoTEAM ToledoTEAK
TEAM NO NOMarch S SMarch 2March ¬
March 17 1 M u J I and B 2 Fort Worth Worthand
l and 2 22 J1 Dallas 2 a 21 II 1 and 5 = 6 with
St Loufe2attoaate LouI Nationals ta Little Hock Rode 3S 3Sand t
I and 31 II Birmingham Btrm 31 > with Univer Ilaiversh University ¬
sity sh y of Alabama In Tuscaloosa T1I8C u Ala It tland ItaJtd itand
and April 1 Montgomery 2 Mobile Mobileand
4 I 7 I 3 and M New NewSUNDAY Orleans OrleansSUNDAY OrieaaSUNDAY
SUNDAY BALL FOR ALL OHIO OHIOCmCINXATI OHIOINCLlXAlI OHIOILNCINNATI
CmCINXATI Jan 1 17Fonr jiFour big b delegktlons dele deleghttone delektt0R8
ghttone ktt0R8 of the Ohlp Db General Assembly
have promised to fight t for legalista legalizing
Sunday naseball and other members of
trrt tl t holy bo bIM < y speak ta the same strain
Taey T V say v that the 0 mayors of cities
hould ho lcl have nothing nothl to do with thecase the thecase
case and that th > games mes should or orshonld orshord orshoud
shonld not be played In Ohio without
favoritism favorttl m b ling n ng shown shownUse shownSCHOOLBOY hownSCHOOLBOY
SCHOOLBOY RUNNERS RUNNERSSTART
START STARTUse WORK TODAY TODAYUse I
Use ofY of Y M 1V1 I4 1 C A Track TrackOpen TrackOpen TrackOpen
Open to Youngsters for forTraining forTraining forTraining
Training g Purposes PurposesFor
For the Ant time since they have havehad havehad nave navebad
had an opportunity PPO lwdt to compete ta indoor mdoortrack tadoortrack indoortrack
track and field athletics athlettes the boys of the tbeDistrict theDt theDistrict
District Dt grade school IICboeI who are going goingmonth pingto goingto
to be In the events set aside for them thftnIn themin
In t the Federal games the DtII fYf next 1IeXtmnth nextmnth
month mnth have today a regular place p1a e and andregular aDdretIt1Ilar andregular
regular time tor training On the track
in the gymnasium naalum of the boys depart department depertmeat departmoot ¬ I
meat of the Y M C C A these coming comingstars < I
stars of school and college eo teams will
begin bf to work both for Individual events eventsatd eventsaMI eventsand i
and relay raceb race At the luncheon given
the managers III of the grade school teams
Saturday the boys were told that the
T M C A track would be open n to an anfchool allschoolboys
I schoolboys fchool IIdtooI boys to the city whether mem memsee meatI
I i ere oC the boyv boo department Or not not6e
ddedes fYeCT 7 In tbe 6e week between S and i
odeek k alld two hours earlier oa Sat Satmy
ur a7TIM myTice
TIM first work wan be done tblll after afterneon afternoon
neon aDd aidpart particular care will be taken
by tfH e JIMII In hiparticular clIa charge e to see that the
boys do not run too much There te no nosames DOeYeat noevent
event for grade schools on tM Federal Federalgames 1 1JJfte
games program longer than CM yards yardsawd yardsand
and the boys will be allowed to do only
the lightest bteH sort of work BesHes the
runners and Jumpers jum of the grade
schools there the are a number of high and
prep school ooI athletes thlet who win take ad adassoeiation
vantage or the c thanes to train 011 the
assoeiation tIoa track and beginning nt tod todafternoon today
there will be a mt mighty ty bI hoar each
afternoon te the boys be beRANDALL gymnasium gymnasiumRANDALL gymnasiumRANDALL
RANDALL AT DARTMOUTHHAN0VrR DARTMOUTH DARTMOUTHHAXOVTTR DARTMOUTHHAXOTR
HAXOVTTR X H Jan 17 t7The The Dart ¬
mouth football management t has an ¬
nounced that Will wntam 1am am Randall wSl wSlr will
C coach the eleven for the comin coming season n
His r assistants TJ141118 ttant win be > Valt Walter altfr r McCor cCor
mlck mick Xrron vnthani tbam Ralph Jb ph and John
Glaze Jesse J Hawlpy Hawi EY Charlie Boyle BoI t Dr > r
OConnor O Connor Bsn B J I Iang ng Clarke Tobin and
Tom Keady KeadyJ
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GEORGETOWN t I HOPES HOPESFOR
FOR F R CHANGE IN CODE CODEUniversity CODEUniversity
University Is Awaiting Ac Action Action Action ¬
tion by Footfall Rules RulesCommittee RulesCommittee RulesCommittee
Committee CommitteeFUTURE CommitteeFUTURE CommitteeFUTURE
FUTURE OF GAME GAMEHANGS GMIEHANGS GAMEHANGS
HANGS IN BALANCE BALANCEIf
If Satisfactory Sat sfactory Revision Is Accomplished Accom Accomplished Accomplished ¬
plished Faculty Is Expected Expectedto
to Restore Sport SportGeorgetowns SporteWRS SportGeurgetowiis
Georgetowns eWRS faculty h Is > awaiting the theouteeme theouteMtte theoutcome
outcome o of the coming conference ot otthe ortIM ofthe
the national l rotes committee before beforemaking bPtoreJItIIktBt before beforelakln
making a a final decision as ta the fate fateDr fateDrfooteatt offootesit of offoets
footeatt foets it for next Jail JailThere fallThere JI JITINrre
There will be no further official conederation con consideration conwerattoa ¬
sideration of the future of the sport sportuntil ap sportuntil rt rtuatJ1
until after aft r the meeting of the commit committee committee commIttee ¬
tee in New York Y YoSk CMjk next month If the tbeboanl theIIonl theboard
> board goes on record r rd as being willing willingto
< to radically alter the rules ta order to tolose totile tolessen
lose lessen en tile dangers cla gen and adopts such suchchanges sud8M suchchanges
changes as are likely Itk y to result in a asafer 8fer asafer
safer fer and saner game Georgetown will willprobably willprobably wiltprobably
probably have a teem In the field next nextseason nextMaIIOII nextseason
season Otherwise football will remain re remain re relDIda ¬
main under the ban until such time timeas Umeat1 timeas
as satisfactory factor7 revision is accomplished accomplishedThe accotIIP1IsbedThe accomplishedThe
The foregoing tor is a statement of ex existing eXiIJtim existlnr ¬
isting conditions from one high In the theadmtatetratScn thetIeK theadmtnistratkn
admtatetratScn tIeK of athletics on the theheights thets theheights
heights ts
tsSeccer
Seccer a Failure FaMtueWhen Fail1IeWbea FailureWhen
When the board of e f directors in i De December DecemWI December ¬
cember voted to abolish football until untiltbe UIIWthe untilthe
the code was changed It was hoped hopedthat hoPedthat hopedthat
that soccer could be substituted adtvted and a acoach acoach acoach
coach was engaged From Ift the outset this thteplan u uplan thisplan
plan proved a1 8 I dismal failure Despite Despiteever DMpIteevery Despiteevery
every ever encouragement eacou dcourage emeat neat from the faculty facaeltythe facultythe facultythe
the student body declined to take kind kindly kindly kindly ¬
ly to the imported game and finally the tbesquad theIIqUad thesquad
squad dwindled until it was impossible impossibleto
to get out enough p candidates for one oneteam oneteam oneteam
team teamAs teamAs teamAs
As matters now stand there will ifsno be beno Deno
no athletic activity around Georgetrwn GeorgetrwnField GeorsetnmJ1d GerrgetrwnField
Field from the opening of the nnlveisitv nnlveisitvIn unlver situ sftvIn situIn
In September r until after the Christmasholidays Christmas Christmasholidays Christmashoilda
holidays hoilda This is conceded on all n sides sidesas stdeeas idebetaIt
as being a distinct drawback 4ra particu particuthe particuIy particu4rly
4rly Iy u there W8 more Interest among amongthe amongthe
the students ta all departments Q in foot football football footboil ¬
ball than ta all other branches of athkdca ath athletics athIedcL ¬
letics IedcLWast Want Virginia a Game Gamerfa Gamen GameThe
n loon of the virginia rfa tnia game would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be as much uch regretted ted at Georgetown Georgetomnias
ias as at Char Cllar13tt Cherlatteevile > ttevll < YlUe > e so the students studentsare stodntsa studentsare
are a hoping hopt tt the rule makers win give givethe dvethe givethe
the faculty an opportunity to reach a aAecteton al adcision
Aecteton I l rf s > re e It is too late to schedule sched schedule schedule ¬
ule this cortest which has for years yearsbeen yearsbeen ears earsbeeR
been the ivature i ure of both teams cam campten CJnpal camMansner
pal L LJIIaDNfer
JIIaDNfer Fitzgerald era1d 1 has as yet been beenunable beenunable beenunable
unable to o take any action looking to toward to toward toward ¬
ward the t arrangement wzfl emeat of games for fornext fornext fornext
next fall but several eoie colleges ces are known knownto
to be keeptajE k desirable rabIe dates open hop hoping hopI hopIns ¬
Ins for the restoration of football at atI atNo atGeorlsetosa
Georgetown GeorlsetosaNo I IXo
No captain has been elected although althoughi althoughthe I Ithe
the team may be called together t tber to tod tochoose I Ithe
d choose O one f or its members even tb thoughthe ugbthe
the office becomes only a titular titularLOWE one oneLOWE oneLOWS
LOWE IS WILLING WILLINGTO VILLINGTO i iTO
TO MEET DECKER DECKERwasfcingtonian DECKERWashingtonian DECKERWashingtonian
Washingtonian Wants to Box Mute MuteAt MuteAt MuteAt
At Baltimore Show SfeowFriday SAowFriday ShowFriday
Friday FridayBALTIMORE FridayBALTDIOPB FridayC
C BALTIMORE Jan 1 17Toanuny 17 1T Tommy Lowe Lowethe LowetM Lowethe
the Waashi Washington w > gtots lightweight l htw writes writ a that thatmental thatHarry thatManager
Manager Harry Jeirlee Je of Ute Menu XODU1IHIIIta1 Menumental
mental Sporting Club does not have haveto haveto nave naveto
to take a t tip to Philadelphia a to obtain obtainan ob obtainan n nn
an n opponent opp for Dummy I Decker > ecker the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local lightweight nprt bt fa the feature nJ of the theboxing th thboxing thtboxtag
boxing events at t Albaughs AJba II Theater TheaterFridav TbeterFrida TheaterFriday
Friday nfepht as he thinks he can < give yhreDecker giveDecker e eDedcK
Decker DedcK all D tbe trouble tn uble he Is looking for forand foraDeI forand
and will be willing win to fight him any anynnmber anynumber ny nyDumber
Dumber of rounds rou from one to twenty twentyIt
It is the Idea of Jeffries Jeffr es to have an anetehtround anhtround aneightround
etehtround htround bout between Decker Deck ana anasome and andlOIDe andsome
some other oth l good lightweight Jllhtwe ht which whichthinks hf hfthinks hfthlnk
thinks with the finish wrestling match matchbetween matchMtween matchbetween
between Gus Schoenleln < Americus ana anaT and andnan andLan
nan T > an McLeod of Canada would prove provean protn provean >
an n attractive program programw
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