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1 19 IfiIE WABEMOTQN We1HH LJR TIMES WED WEDNESDAY SD Y + DWEEMBEB DE DEIi8E ER 28 l1J10 l1J10IW 171I0AMERICAV
IW T I 101 1
AMER1CAfv LEAGUE LEA G UE TO CON1 ROL FU1 URE POSTSEASON TRIPS
B p JOHNSON PLANS PLANSTO PLANSTO
TO END JOY RIDES RIDESP
P Pretietaf t of American League Is Determined Fans InMust In InGaiba InGt
Gaiba Gt xiMusi Must Get Real Baseball BasebnllGeneral General Spoct Spoctiag Spottd SFoctumg
iag d g Comment and Gossip GossipBy
By THOMAS KIRBY
air If Mar warheUaer AMariM LMSa L ayti eta etahether Eiib Eiibk
k hether S trtddw i Ki du huaioinni J or merely merelytailendan eI7J eI7Jtal1 merelytaUeadmn
tailendan tal1 go gg to Cob 0aINL lie fa o banietormtag banietormtagcr 1NIn l LMlqI LMlqIrr
cr r r make any ether h travels ba after the tipeloee thecloee tbtaclo
cloee e of the regular Disim ther will Witt5iave willve wiltlave
5iave lave ve the their fa uUsaaCh IJj or UM tb tsips wilt wiUbe wiltbe willire
be called off o r torte Y row m mtola sy IM A at atthlL oftal
tola tolaTh thlLTb tal
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Th Tb ahe abv o jimisaiiiil jimisaiiiilAmerican I rw stale tD tDWlfter sh shwriter
writer br as 1 Jdmeow pIidmt C t a aAmBkJaa riseAmerbaa
American Ieag < a nL U the New 11 Perk Tericmeeting yedtP1InIMau PerkTirrt2ic
meeting meetingFurthoEaMMMt
Tirrt2ic FurthoEaMMMt P1InIMau u eeet BMatimuft t Nlll the abiet abietforeign olaIetmogul oWtrto
mogul rto u1 wta uhwwef Jr ashy lab b gulls OR ORr an antare4gn
foreign r trip wit w win exoratee snows a cartaia cartaiavortteed OenalRU aertatrupervldon
KWoa U t M aDd It the 1Ld 1LdGt sdvertlsed
vortteed artli act to not tarnished tile v I thawwho those thosewho uoewbo
who we ta charge aI oh x will bo bold responsi responsible ¬
ble by the theThe ta lePsae lePsaeThe ao aoTh
Th The statement 1ItM of the th fates f U re stead o ohe of ofh ofh
> he h e America League Lew WM w s brought forth forthby forthby forthby
by irshtbtttng ht aa Interview intr few wbloh ap appeared ap apI appeared ¬
peared I a weak previous la these od odxrnn GOttmn oolLorne
xrnn with a praeatneut t Cuban mucchant mer merchant ¬
chant on a V ablest trip to WaetttegtoR WaetttegtoRIn W Womb tog togha ORw ORwin
In which be 1 apple > o mod about UM feat featIng toIng feetng
Ing ng that bad b been ea aroucad oa the islaad islaadby lalaadby I
by 1 the mediocre me ocre article of ball furnished furnishednative furniabdby I
bT Amedon i prvbewalouat r taDal tetras and tM rhor I InaUve
r native sUvt ilftnffmir de eDAfi oo Hir don that bad Jaad1ctoriet1 followed fottowedwere followediictor
iictor 1ctoriet1 ea oyr c ii were supposed to ba bathoroughly befIIC bb bbthorowghb
thoroughly jaojiMUatlve fIIC terwcI I III dyo otobc from fromthe fNmthe freerthe
the State StateBaa StatesBart
theBaa
Baa Johnaoa app appeaaw ax deterateed DIIII and andhe aadmanager D4ltho
tho proms > 8p az that tae seat tfme tfme0GCeI a araaaater
manager ooaoelves 0GCeI the idea of going to toCuba toCuba WCubB
Cuba or some other country oe try bo will re receive re relye reatve ¬
lye a few pointed orders from the theUis eat therats
rats at tile helm 1 erwbarkn aBIi OR ORli enills
ills scheme schemeOn
KhemeDr 8 8Dic
Dr Wi1 DathOn DMtL DMtLOn
On the threshold of a seaeoa that thatpromtees tIaS1tp thatpromises
promises p omJee to ccnpuo ec a as pcoviouo wee ouoceases weecesses
ceases c the South Atlantic Association Associationc AaeDDI AaeDDIthe
c the Amateur Athletic Union te today todayailed touayalled toIIayaIled
< aIled upon to t mourn the death o et < Its ttsmost Itamost Itsmost
most rated Natal Dr D Dlber Biweo Biweoriber
1 ibex riberFrom ibexFrom
lberProm
From the date of the Invades oftit of ofVafbington ofuhj
tit Vafbington uhj JrJ by the governtDjg gWbody body ia inAxnerlcaB iaAmerlcaa IaAmericas
Americas r rsport Dr WH nevertiled never DeYerii1ed
tiled 1D his endeawoeg to pot amateur amateurFport tmateorsport
sport to the Capital C 41a1 on the highest bighertbane WgtaeIItane highestpane
pane paneEncountering ane
Encountering oeotaeies t f that would weuJcIhave wouldhave wouldhave
have discouraged a loss spirited ap dteit workert worker workerthe WGEker1to
the t a late presttoBt leIIt of Ute aaaodatton aroaiatIonrealised aaaodattonrealized D eo eoJ
realized J altud Ao a height of his hilib aspirations aspirationsby
by b i bringing order from chaos lid to toIHT to toIty totav
IHT the solitary wolk ty of the body of which whichhe
he i e was so actxe act re a member is in a de derided de deded decided ¬
rided ded measure a tribute ft his abtttty aa aaan UIl astrio
an Il organiser and direX dir dirE IJ IJIn iTIn > r rIn
In such an organization o as the tb8t A A AT Ar
T r it is necessary for officials from fromtirre nomlI fromtfr
tirre lI tfr e to time to take arbitrary aI1JItrar7d action actionand actionand
and d in disciplining athletes much UI UIleelln W Wfeding Infeeling
leelln feeling te often ongendcred jred But dr drpopulaxtty the tbopopularity thepopularlty
popularity of b Ir W Wfber oooJd barely be bequestioned beq begnetioneL
questioned questionedAthlete q gnetioneLAthlete t1oDeIiL t1oDeIiLAthlete
Athlete after midst athlete reform evflored auo auop s spension i ifU
p fU pension n sion on and aDdIeD oven eacputaioa eotpeI4oerealization Ioa bat the tborealization 1 1realizatiGll
realization that tile maa upon whom whomrested thhiuiets thhiuietsorn orn ornrrsted i iTfstoo
rested the duty of upboUtoap u tile theof tenets tenetsof tJIIMt3ff
of th the union was aettas as be thought thoughtright thoughtright I
right and was not nriogtrtded by y an3 an3clterior any anyTlterior i i1Ittrtor
Tlterior n motive cdIee did mad to t aoftaa ttai ttaipvnlshnaent ro ropmlshment oi oip oirtng
pvnlshnaent pvnlshnaentinvasion p During rtng nth the Um tImM ot tM ny artyarias i iDuring I Im
invasion m tsin n of n nWit f thta th city it was wa Dr Wlber WlberWiXI
Wit WiXIinn directed < the work in adIDira1 fMIb fMIbjr11 fahinn 1
inn After the attaatfoa was under undocontrol undercontrol 1IJIdercontrol
control he would brook no riotatioae of oflhe dthe I I1he
the code once proisndgated sad It bas basbeen ba8itxen hasbeen
been this i insistant policy that bas basbrought baahrought boahro
hro brought fight the A A U in Washington w to toits toits I
its 1 is present eat pusittoeLike pwdtkm pwdtkmT p sIUoIL sIUoILTike
Tike T ike any mar Dr Wlber made his biss i iritakes
r ritakes t takes hut it the S South Atlantic AaI As Ass
s 5ci ciation tlOD ran an find anotber to do as aswll asw
wll w U in the future It TPiU Indeed be belortunate befortunate beortunate
fortunate fortunatef ortunateuccessfid I I IPuccessfijl
Puccessfijl f to Ida theses prufeooton prufeootonof 4 4or
of Dentistry I Dr > r WIlIer Wlberactive was most ee eer
r ntiaily 11 a 1Y a J of his boste sad aIIdltlve as asactive 1
active BalL He loaves bebtod bebtodiun bldLndreds
1 llndreda iun iuncity i eL e friends ID 11 walks Ia this thiscity I Iill
city cityIn ill cityIn I II
In I n their hoar of bereaYt bereawo OBt tile tbofriends thefriends I
friends and rei rotatiTOS reIatI tlvw of the thecan departed departedcan
can find no end of conaatettoa by byreflection 1 yreflection y I Ireflection
reflection upon the iinnaiilai j ca career caI career ¬
reer of IX Rlaaor later Wlber WlberKo WlberCy Wibere WiberCy
e I
Cy ystahL Yrrrr s 9tastna 9tastnaNo I Io
Ko o news si since ce the dots etas of last lastJias wewoa wewoatae 1 1has
has tae so tborongbly atbrrod atbrrodworld tIte tIteortd t e ireeball ireeballi
world i and as the report tbat tbatbeen waivers watYenb have havebeen
been b n asked on Cy Young y by the C csee cseeand fFeveand re reland
and Naps NapeIn NapsIn NapsLn
In explaining the exact status of the tboiraji thetrand therand
trand iraji rand < i old man of Ao diamond 0 Hoary Hoaryp
P p Edwards has the Dealer DealerVhether following to say y in inlhe JRl inthe
the l H Cleveland plain Dealer DealerWhetber DealerWhet
Whetber Whet r Cy Toons baa pitched pitchedlast bte btelast Jdlast
last big league game e of baseball basthe eball eballperds de depends d6 d6ptnds ¬
pends almost lD1 Ot enutdyupon enutdyuponI entirely upon tile snowing snowingthe showtsgeball
the I h e veteran makes in the exhibition exhibitionpanes exbthltiongates 4A 4Agales
panes to be played prior to tIN start of ofthe 0the ofthe
the season n of 191L 191LTh 191LThe 1911The
Th The grt great > at old fotoraus status 8 with wItkthe withthe withthe
the Cleveland club today te similar 11M to toa tolhat tothat
that of a recruit who baa to show hI hInanager histanager
tanager before he Js assured of a reg regular reghr regular
ular hr berth If he proves on tbe tber trait traiatag traiatagTrip g
Trip r > that the he is physically capable spebtepit of ofManager otpivhing
pit pivhing hing big league bU next summer SUDUIMIrla summertanager
Manager la McGuire will hang onto Mm Mmand Jdmr himred
and red r give him plenty of opportunity to toIitch totc topatch
patch tc h
IitchCy Cy hbowever bowever has been takteg ou oumore ORrrore onmore
more weight than he can oonv oonvca conveniently convenientlyear
ear ca < 3 I ry and and pitch and fl aoM d affocttrety affocttretyNo ffeeth ffeethN
No N o one n if more aware of that fact than thanYoung tJIaDy thanYoung
y Young himself In tact bo told sev several eYNa sevk ¬
k eral Na ral of Ms friends two months ago 501Jlat 501Jlatl that tbate
l e did not expect to pitch any IUIYince more morebeen > e ei
ince i ice that time though Cy has 1IaII0k been beenvorktofr beenoolong
oolong 0k on his farm at Peon and YarDS yoamsr
r the spotlight and the companionship companionshipItcially compaDionabJpprofeesional companionshipprofe
profeesional profe tonal bail player agate M Mc1ally es esi
Itcially i c1ally ns > e has been able to reduce reduce reduceii
ii i A we weifc aewhat At any rate ratefig be bems heR
ms R signified sign1ft his desire to try his lock lockie
< n ie > more season seasonTbat seasonThat seasonThat
That being the ease ho wffl be MIlt sosto
r o Hot Sprii Spl1L3 s to get into condltkm ro dou nn nns Ulthe Dotoss
> toss > s he himself should change changehis bte mind mindNiut miJd miJdut mindut
Niut ut pia playing ing in the deanome meandme mean Froiimot Froni Froniii
ii = rt t springs he will go to Alexandria Alexandrian 11 nmta
n < l Join din the remainder of the team teamThpn teamTwn teamTtPn
Thpn he and McOuiro will wiDdd get t together togetherrci
dd red Cys CF future will U be decidedTo decided decidedTo ecLTo
To a minor league dub Cy wilt never neverc
c > He has 11 often declared that when whenwasunable whenwas ReD ReDwasunable
wasunable was unable to pitch big It league IeaCUen lwe ue base basenTl
nTl n 1 the farm at Peoli would be bernough good goodfnough goodEnough
Enough for him And the Clevemad Clevemadkib
kib h will I1 never make an effort to dispose disposef
f his sonicea s ser TCe Ices When It te tevith through tIuoubith
vith ith t h the pitching pitc wonder of the age ateill e Cy Cyv Cyill
v ill receive hill bonorable dtecbarge and andYOUR aDdi
i Vi e ooGY o dbY to the town In which he heYOUR ic icY
YOUR YOUR Y SUIT S IT TAILORED TAILOREDTO
= TO MEASURE =
15 18 1820 20 and More MoreNewcprn MoreNewc9rn Moreewcorn
Newcprn ewcorn Green GreenX een eenQ
X 1002 02 FSt FStSrtJw
Q SrtJw Sr tW E1mixp E1mixpI ix
it itt
I
solved JaI ant and last ae eecaseaMat as asa asa
a big per legrerDetroit loagnorotroic
Detroit > wants Cktdasd dovote to trade tradeOoorae trae9tevaJI tradeQwrge
Ooorae Stevan for or Matty J 3dnlistyrsGeergetowrt Jfc IJItyrLG I tyra tyraG jl jlDetroit
G Geergetowrt rgetowa OW1 and a d Pittsburg PittsTWrgShe
She cc 0DiT r Waafc mark oa Georgetowtfa GeorgetowtfafootbaU Geo GeorgetowWsfootball etoWJta etoWJtatootbaU
football reword last S fads > was the defeat dsiotat t tat
at Plttaburg Plttaburgupon
upon upon the return or the olayore DI bat batt battrM battend
t tend r 4 almost laio lat a jmlp tine tb claim oloimwa o1ahaWU claimwas
wa WU made fey tbo these e w who bat gene g to toPlttoburg toPItt toPittwburg
burg to see the gaoio that tile tb BhM BhMaad muaa4 Btwand
and Gray had been aubJeotetl aubj oted to most aostmmportgmanBke mostunwportsnwtbke
mmportgmanBke 8 treatment to every everywar evorywar ry ryWtIT
war and it was freely hinted that the tbeame theDN thegam
DN ame would not be scheduled for next aextaoaaoa autson nexteaaorn
son aoaaoaNow sonNow eaaornNow
Now come reports from wraetara west8ntPeaDlQiTBnla wraetaraPeaaaylvania n nPSSSTItamla
Peaaaylvania that are anything out butto betcreditable outcreditable
creditable to the University Un1 of PlUs PlUsburr Pittsberg lts lts1Marg
burr It to openly obarged In ta the intercvlieRlato Zn Zntorct IDt
torct t tercvlieRlato IoKlate Aswoda Aaaoeiation oontroaln oontroalnathletics OODtroUIDg oontrohngithlettcs
athletics la that section that Fitt Fittllbug FittllbughM burs bursty I
hM been zuUty ty of o illegitimate tactic la latbe 111tJac Inthe
the operation of its team It Is claimed claimedthat olalmedthat I
that t PItt has lured athletes tram other othercoUogos othercollege
college by the ottrlog o ot f antewfal 1IDI in inducement inducements ¬ I iducements
ducements aDd bas played these men m l1 In Inutter 1nctter Intatter
utter disregard to the oode of ethics atMcstbat abiesthat ethicsthat
that bag km long obtained ob 1td in relations betwain be between be l lt
twain t seKraepeotia peot1ng Institutions bwrtitBttoaAt ID tt1l tt1lAt
At the annual eonveatlon of the theaooooiation theaerosiatlen
aooooiation oertaia oeUoges ooU ges will de demand ¬ I
mand tbt Pittsburff immediately lm dts dtsoontinae tUaoont1Due dlaoontintie
oontinae the praotioea or a complete completeoxpoee eompJete4I1QH eompleteexpose
expose e ot tb tit whole matter will fat follow tollow fatlow ¬
low lowIf lowIt lowIf
If the University of Plttaborc is 4sinnocent isinnocent IsIBD
innocent IBD t it should f be given Its fallneed fall fallMood taURMoCI
Mood of credit for a truly snoeowtful snoeowtfulgouges aUGDII1IfU11HMWIOIl suooeafulBeacon
gouges but II the charges obar are uphold upholdGeorgetown upheldGeorgetown
Georgetown has little to regret over ovartbo OYertile overthe
tile lone defeat o of tae season of If lilt liltt liltAft isleAfter It ItAfter
t
After Aft havta having obstarted started startedIn to dioker for forCttlie tora
a managerial erla1 Joh ob In t Ohio League
Cttlie 0111 Pickering the harmer omor Kdoaal Kdoaalsuddenly Ndeaa1sw6iea1Jt l3etieaslsaddeays
suddenly hanged niieng d his sited and lidWltk has hasEvery hassigued
sigued Wltk Omaha OMHI Omahae OmahaIs e
I ItEadML ItEadMLuoe It Eager EagerEvery
Every owes in a while when some ODe oaeor ODeodaer oner
or r other baa BOtbin nothing r elM to do do a I IaI8Ioft d scenion s snmsion
nmsion is started Ai a the question of ofwhether ofwbetber ofwhether
whether baseball accounts C Nab should bo bowritten 1Mtwrlttea bewritten
written in real kagttsh of or just ordtoary oteryshawg ordtoarylsng ordiDry8IaAg
lsng shawgSome 8IaAg 8IaAgSome lsngSome
Some baseball writers pride thensorres thensorreson tit Hall HallOD
on their ability to do high aDd lofty KMCfartombttng Joftrt1uDbI1Dg
tumbling with the language of o the U UA S SA S SA
A A bat the follow foil from the compare oomnarattrely compvatDeIy comparelively
lively quiet Quincy OB Herald Is Isahnost 1mo Isa
a ahnost the he limit JllDitThe limitThe
he
< The werefeto werefetoto glassarmed toy to soldiers of tI this thistowa thtBtcnni a atown
town were fed to tbe pigs p podavrowa by tINt thoOmaha tINtoed
oed odavrowa Indian paTe robber bOIa bOIa0JDah fromtiom fromtiomOmaha
Omaha The flabby onelunged Bon Bonbons Reobeas ¬
bons who represent t tthe the am city Ja Jatile I Ithe
the rush for the bssensn bssensntheir pennant pennanttheir t had hadUIeIr
their shins toasted by the thecattle e ecattle = = ey eycattle
cattle drivers from the West t They Theystood n1eFetoo4 ThorMood
stood around with sapteg eyeballs e Uk Uki lOrhen h ha
i a hex on a hot nan DD goffering the thegrizzly thep1zzIT thegrimly
grizzly yaps from Omaha to run tho thobaocs thobaaea thebases
bases OTttTtheir until their seeks were long with withthizvt withtbiset
thizvt HIckey bad more et errors Tot than thanCotes
Cotes financial l School and led the therbeaIDabc theTeamLic
1 rheomauc procession IoD to the morgue morgueTbo JDOI11IeTIle morgueThe
TIle Qntocys were fun of straw and andi
straw
i scrap iron They couldnt hit awagon a bride bridelike I IwWI
wagon wWI a pick ax ax aDd ran bases baseshike
like pallbearers pallbe at a funoraL tweet tweetbase If three threebase
base hits were growing oa 0 the back of ofevery orevery
every mans man a neck they couldnt reach reachthem reachthem
them with a feather duster It looked lookedS3
S3 r if the Amalgamated Am amated Union of South SouthAmerican SouthHoodoos southAmericas
American Hoodoos was te session forwork for forwork torork
work ork in tIM third degree The gee Seegersstood geesersstood
stood about gala whistled for help and andwere Im4w andwere
were w e so weak tHY couldnt lift a glass glassof
of beer tt It bar ba < L been all foam Every Everything Rerything ¬ I
thing was yelljw yef w rocky L and wang wanggammon
basted like 8 sUg toael tossergammon ruu or e
gammon n Thejame The ame taa as whtekered waugI and andfrostbitten saidfrostbitten d dfrostbitteIL
frostbitten Tfie The Cz Caiahogs + ahoga were bad badenough badlough
enough but tit Q jtooy J = y Brown Sox had hadtheir hadtheir t I
their fins sowed un ti until they couldnt couldnthold o f
hold a crazy ojiCf ff unless it was tied tiedaround t5e4aI01IDd tiedaround I
around their the necks necksThe BecksThe
The aueatkMi Ol1 iai Is Whet is it ail about abMItIt t ti
i It looks as though0 though0the 1iIIouI oh the sun te about a to toset tBet tonet
set on Bob Canters career wereetbait bes in s fast baee baeeball
ball It hi reported that he bebe wilt be letout let letowe Kout
out br the Beatera JIIt teniJoe League LeagueDoc LeagueDoc
Joe Doc mIte of te t Cic hIcago so White Whitetoe WhiteSox WhitSox
Sox toe is assured of a hearty welcome welcomewhen weleolD6wheR welcomewhen
when he appears here in vaudeville vndevifeduring vaudevillei T1UIcHvlle4urIDg
i during the week of January 9 9Tbe II Ibe 1Te
I
Tbe Milwaukee Sentinel te of the tbeoptatoa tlHaepIIdoa theeon
optatoa eon that if Tom Hughes H pitches pitcheswe as aswen
wen we fl here next season ae he helilnolepo4I did at atXinneepoUs I
XinneepoUs teat summer there will be beno beDO beno t
no question questlalnof of his n makmg king good in the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American League Heres Here hoping the theSentinel theSentinel
Sentinel scribe far a aA prophet prophetA
A Univeralty of ofcIaiDIB Chicago professor professorclaims priordelis
claims to have discovered a compost composition eompoeltIoR compostUon ¬
tion that is flexible and at the same sametime sametime
time unbreaable This would make an anexcellent ant
excellent t strap with which to lash the tbeboys theboys
boys to the old aqua auto on New Year TearDay YearDaY YearDay
Day DayA DayA
4 4A
A A G SpakttRg 9IMlJd1 Spate oUttme ball player playerand layeraDdJIOW playerand
and aDdJIOW BOW candidate for the United States StatesSenate StatesSeDate StatesSenate
Senate says he ADds baseball cleaner cleanerthaxi eleDerthaaWDtIeL cleanerthan
than thaaWDtIeL polities Thaf surely not the tbemgheet tMhIg1Ie thehighewt
mgheet comptb compliment eat ever paid baseball baseballFrank baseballFrank
0 0I
Frank Chance has turned real farmer farmeron
I on w his California Cai ranch He certainly certainlyhas a ahas
has a bard row to hoe in getting those thoseCubs eCUbs thoseCubs
Cubs back into championship form formCbarfey formCbarley formCharley
Charley MUrphY oftthe of the Chicago o cabsfelt Cabs Cabsfen Cubsten
fen and broke his arm the other day dayHis dayHJ dayHis
His heart was broken by the Athletics Athleticslast AtbJet1esJa8t Athleticslast
last October OctoberTen OctOberT OctoberTen
Ten T en Balks in Season SeasonTbeAmericas SeasonI SeasonThaAmericaa
I
TbeAmericas I Leeg League e pitchers were weregaHty weregailty wereguilty
guilty of Taatdag z tea bags dr drimg a at1ie r rthe
img the 2910 campaign Ed W Wwas Walshw Walsh Walshwas
was w twice guilty aDd Vane De of his hismistakes hism hismistakes
mistakes m 8tikea caused him to lose a agame ag agame
game g te fie Haps The other otherbalk otherWk etherback
balk manafactvrers en were Gray Grayaad GrayaJH1 Grayand
and Gr Groom e osj of Washington Wa Igt8B Ford Fordand Foriland Fordand
and Wsxhep War 4 of the Yankees YaaeesDygert Ya11keesjDy YankeesDygert
Dygert Dy rt of the Athletics Lake Lakeof Lakeof Lakeof
of the Browns CelKas of Bss Bsstoa B Bostea s st4
tea B and White ef f Chicago The TheClevdand T TheCleveland e eCleveland
Cleveland clH dab was v as the only ODe oaeeaccept ODeexcept oneexcept
except Detroit whose wl w ose pitchers pitcherswere pit1herswere pitcherswere
were net guilty gaflty1B11
1911 Maryland Automobile AutomobileLicense AutomobileLicense Automobilelicense
License Tags TagsIssued TagsIssucd s sleaned
Issued daily daU from 12 I to 1 oclock oclockcommencing oclockCOmIncaclnb oclockconamcneing
commencing Tburslay T Thum 1lbta lay December DecemberLeROY Decemberno
no ne role roleLeRO ID19L
L leRO MARE r Colorado oloradoBIdg Bldg Ii
Trio of Bowlers Prominent Pr mlneni on District D Bowl Bowling g Alleys I
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LEFTY HARRISON N L H LUDWIG THA1CHER 1
HONORS RUN EVEN EVENIN EVENIN
IN NEWEST LEAGUE LEfflPreston LEAGUEPreston
Preston Loeffler and Row Rowley Rowley Rowley ¬
ley at the Top Among AmongEmbryo AmongEmbryo AmongEmbryo
Embryo Bowlers BowlersIn
In DM Palest Y Exsjalners YRtnps League one oneof flINtof oneof
of the pPOMistgg pn iBtant tenpin league loaguasof
of the DtoCrict 1 cxlct the individusl 1ncU l averages avoragesshow a ahow averagesshow
show Preston to bo loading with 1C 1Cmargtei amarglu a aeC
margtei of font over Loeffler The latter latterbas bLUerUae latterhas
bas the mo mot strikes of any at ofv tile tbobowlers tilebow1ea tobowlers
bowlers but ton Pre has attained his bisload W1Ir hislead
load by auverior e arfer s spare are bow boas ag Tb Tbaveragos TM TMto Theaverages
averages to dni dal fellow foUowKam oUewNaBM fellowtame
NaBM tame G St S > Av AvPreston AvPrestaa ArPreston
Preston 1 JS 9 R I ILoenIfr T MM MMIx 3tf7Loeffler
LoenIfr Ix > of9er 3 3Howloy 11 i4 it 111I 111IRowleY 1314Rowley
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the squad Ho formerly foClub y reprosented reprosentedtbo repn r pemted pemtedthe
the Cross Country Club of ofIDHis thte 6 t7IlIa < ty tyHte
Hte beat record wa war in bun years inter mteretty Jntercity intercity
city twontymflo twe a iratbon when be howon betile bewon
won tile fourth place In a classy field fieldOa tIeIdOa heldOR
Oa April S in ttte is city to the open openiJvewUIe opeabem opalfveantle
iJvewUIe e run oC the Croaa Country Club Clubbo ClubRe Clubhe
bo secured thr tatete tee rith tII place lace in a handi handicap haIIdJcap bandlcap ¬
cap field of seven HV8RJrtJlree yt ptbree ee starters in intbo D1tDe Inthe
the Washington municipal municipalon games samOR bold boldon
on tile White House e lot be was second seoondPlayer seaoDILPlayer secondPlayer
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1LZLBTON HAZL TON Doe Ss Ha HabILll Hazteioa batH batHball baseball
ball fans are dottgbted over the atgniag atgniagof a Lng Lngof
of Fred Webretl of Pateraon X J for forpiayed toeue forthe
ue ontiIekt by the Philad PhUade1Dhia dW at attbe ofthe
the atonal l League Wehrell W In 1901 1901pla7f1d 1903phyed
piayed center and left for Baaleton OII lid andoaxtsfonaity aadoccasionally lid0cciud0Dl1y
occasionally pitched He was tile tirosaid toad toadbitter 1
bitter of the old Atlantic League and andalso nd ndalso
also 180 a fast base runner He was a team teammate teammat teammate
mate of Lapp the young catcher se secured Be Becur wecured ¬
cur cured d by the Athletics from Hazleton Bar eton OD
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Game At AtMeeijf1g M Meeting eetin g Tomorrow TomorrowMinor Minor Changes L Likely LikelyWith ikei t Y YWith
With ithForward Forward Pass the One Stumbling Bloc12 Bloc
The flf 2tit th annual growl raeetfc meeting of the Inter InterooHeelate IBtercoIhdate Interooltegiste
ooHeelate Athletic AtbI AaoeieUoo Alisl rtloD of Ute tbeUi UteUmted theIInttod
Ui Umted ted States w with l be held at tile Hotel HotelAster HotelAst81 HotelAster
Aster In New York tooorrow tooorrowCbief tODlOn8WChfet tomorrowchief
chief interest t ocmtecs relates ten oa the position positionthat positionthat n nUaat
that wilt be taken by tads body on the thefootball theteotlHLll thefeotball
football rules as played during the past pasteoaaon putN pastseaom
eoaaon No N other cottage coI e athletic body bodybaa bodybas y yha
baa so great a membership me from aach aachas d1anexpensQ sohan
as anexpensQ expanse of territory 8 a tbte aeeoeia aeeoeiatfcw eoeJadolt aesociaties
ties dolt and the opinions 9C < the ddogatoe doItlfjatosw delegatos delegatoswilt ddogatoewin
win ropros represent ent at the sentiment of the en entire entke enthe ¬
tire oountry Questions have been sent sento sent senteat senteat
o eat t to an the members as to their theirions opin opinions opinions ¬
ions of the new w rules and while it Is Isunderstood IsDdenrteod isesdorstood
understood that the anawora are 11 11able favorable favor favorable <
able as a whole none the leas J several severalmore sevesImere severalmore
more cbanres are advocated advocatedIt
It was this association which took the tbeleading theJea4IDg theleading
leading part in the formation of the tbesame thegame thegame
game following the season of DOS and andtgain aadegste D4Ia
egste last year y It t was tbejrVho sounded soundedtho oundedtM aoundedthe
the keynote or reform It now contains contateesevontyfour CODta1Rse8 containsweventyfonr
sevontyfour e8 members r rer rejpreeenting t oeeenting all allirts allparta allparts
parts irts of tb tb country e itVul It wiD tomorrow tomorrowa tomorrowmpne tomorrownrre
mpne nrre a football rules committee na tee of its itsaad itsoivn
01lnl and this tit will will laauprobabUisy laauprobabUisyconfer in Ina aU MObabtJky It Itconfer
confer with tbe old oomnitttee selected selectedby sees Jd Jdby edd eddby
by the big anirersltiea as it bas doaej done dOIMv doneever
ever vor v stn shies the rmatkm of the tMtion associa association aatocptdon ¬
donIn tion tionIn tionIn
In the afKrnooa after tlfe the reports of ofvarious ofTatiou ofvarious
various committees the teetheD footbaliwill question questionwill <
will come up for dtecusskm under the tbehead thehead thehead
head of the report of tile football mdsektee rules rulescommittee
committee ktee lid of the central board oa oaofftciala onoftcials R RTheft I
offtciala Then will follow the election electionof
of members of the football rates com committee c0mmitte cornmitten ¬
mitten t Ute basketball e rules committee coaonltteeand ee eeDeI
and DeI lIBaDytb finally the election of officers 8IS of the tboaaoodatfcm thecxItrD theaasodatlon
aaoodatfcm TIle present offlcora are arePi anPI areeedeit
Pi evident Capt Palmer E Pierce o oWest of ofWe ofWest
West t Point vice president t Dr B BTaft BTale
Taft MeXenzte me or tit die University of ofPennsytvania ofp ofPenmsytvamia
Pennsytvania p Ih h secretary and treasurer treasurerFrank tna urerFraak treasuresFrank
Frank W N1droisoi Nfeboteou nJCllOltiOU of Wesleyaa WesleyaaAlthough W WAkhcMIP WesleyasAlthough
Although it is impossible to tot forecast forecastwhat f eecast eecastt
what t the football salons will do it itte JtJa ItIs
te gboorauy y believed that the thetv subati sdbtitvtlon subatiroturn
tv of players ID any period and the theretUD thereturn
return of the ort men in tile later latero JeterqDIIrt laterquarter
o qDIIrt quarter iarter < will be eonttened It gives aa aaopportunity IIOIJIMtIIaitT anopportunity
opportunity to send a man to tonuIuIR the thenadom gym gymnaatam
naatam for a rest when be te infcred infcredand e4 edand e4lid
and may be seriouoly J hurt if be contm contmIME eoadate eoatleues
IME to play It te a step toward e edeg ettastea ettasteatteg tatIaa
deg Che dangers of the game and that thatte thtIII thatI
te I tile object of tIN rejuvenation re of the tbogrktnm thegdcJIoa thegrklren
grktnm sport sportPeriods ap rL rLPeriods
gdcJIoaPeriKs
Periods May Rentals RtoaataJudgtes RentalsJudging
Judging f from roBi the decided opinions of offoottaaH otroot1JaH offootball
football experts it nay y also be predict predicted ¬
ed that the game will be divided diYkledroar into intoHour lattetour
Hour quarters Ja TSSL Men who otudy 8tH7Ute ethdythe j jtbe
Ute game from tile physteal powers of ofthe oftIM ofthe
the > eonteataira r ae won as the artistic arttetioSMO arudceJ artisticrile
rile dates tliat t the tbreemtente rest restbotw NMt1 restbetween
botw between on the first and second Del third thirdaad UaIrdaad thirdsad
aad fourth periods gtveea gives tile e players an aniuyoTtuiiltj anOpportunity I
Opportunity to regain her Btamliia atmri a and aadBoston andBoston
Boston Third Baseman BasemanOpposed BasemanOpposed I
Opposed to Coast o tTrip tTrip0Id0 Trip TripOOUG3SSOS TripCaLU3US
OOUG3SSOS Ohio 0Id0 Dec 38 sBIIb BfBy Pur Purtaii Pu Putal Pmtail
tail of o the Boston Americans wilt find findtbe Sndthe
tiM spring training trip of the Boston BostonBed BostonRed
Bed Soak to the coast raUter fekaorae fekaoraehaving k kh kkocnehaving
having h made that Journey a trw times tbaeswith timeswith I
with the Whit WhIte Sox SoxI SoLhave
I have found It a poor trafeio taIRIDg t trh trhm tip tipm tripin
m the past t said ParteU yesterday yostordayTbe Y YTIIe
Tire air there te so dry and rare that thatit tIItit thatit
it Is bard to got uP a sweat I never nevergot DeTergot nevergot
got up a good sweat wBtfiroaa until r came ebaa beck to toChicago tDC toChicago
Chicago and wasnt in shape nets June Junen J JI JuneT
n T think California training trips are aretbe aretM arethe
the poorest I know of te coalition atb atbletee tJet athletes
letee Jet physlcal3Former physteany physteanyFormer 8Ic8DYFormer
Former National Sold SoldNEWARK SoldARK SoldNEWARK
NEWARK ARK N X Dec 2IA 58 A deal was waaclosed w wclo wasclosed
closed today tG y whereby Jake Gettmaa the theKewark theNewar1c
Newark outfielder for fo two seasons past pastbecomes pastbecomes
becomes the property of the Jersey City Cityclub CItycluh Cityclub
club
yea 0IId teJOEIeft lemon 1B BD clanger c serious BedetIaecldts seriousIt
fieetaent3 fieetaent3It aecldtsIt
It te uittteoeseaqr w to say anything ssytbtegabout anythingabout b
about the rules which l do doJI8t net setcrawling permit permitcrawling mdterawltDg
crawling by tile man with tile baV or orpillag orplbag or orpmts
pillag upja up bun by oppooenta pp nts They TheyuDl TheywIlt
wIlt be stereotyped s ed in tbe rate books IThe booksThe booksTbe
The same way be beJM said aaI of the rate vbSeh 3viatchpreve vbSehprever
prever JM Ye = s ioteriockad mtarfereaoa or assstasee as assietance as assi8taDee
sietance for the man carrying the ball ballin bsJIte IJdI
te snort the seaweed attack attadcml erect < one onemaa ae aeman
man or a certain point in tile Baa BaaTackle IIaILXa thawTackle
Tackle Xa kJe Rule n a Joke JekaTbere JeUTIMre i iThere
There baa been very little aeOee laen Ia1Ienor talienof laenof
of the abottshment of the diving teethe taofcletacfcter 1MkJeIt teetheIt
It was believed that the hllrtlllg fit fittaokIer a atackler
tackler at aa opponent JMJ nt was ntooty to tooeuxea to0U68
oeuxea serione Injury to one or boA awn awnAnd nADd menAsd
And a penalty of five yards 78Z shay be fan fanposed Jmpoaed heBut
posed posedBut poaedBut
But it did not take Ute wise ooaobes
bug to discover tat when a aaam with witht3w VIItthtJM withthe
the ban h basa 8 clear field to tile goal goalby SMJUDe goalline
line and as opponent t can set IIIa by byleaving
Heaving Je vlDI bte feet wbere be might miss missI JIIbIshim misshim
I him by trying to outaprmt him die five fiveyard Avey eveynd
yard penalty HIIM 1 la not a big handicap handicapbettor handlc s sIt
It s certainly bettor to lose five yards yardsthan yardsthan
than have a touchdown t scored aajxlast aajxlastyou A1IjpI1atyou oat oatyou
you So the boHshmfnt of the tbocan diving
tackle altho 1k It i meant to help aoitall feot feot1MI
can 1MI te little more 8 than a a1OluL joke And Andwane ADdwIdIe Andwhfie
wane wIdIe it may be continued fat the rules rulestbe nilesthe ruleshe
the players p will pay small attention to toi tlIt toIt
i it tt they can save the game by divine divineafter d1 d1aft divingafter
after aft the i man sea wIt the balL baLMay balL34ay baILKay
Kay Split an Paws Pawsroles PaMtile PawnWhere
Where tile wise mat w60 draft the thern therules
roles rn are likely to strike a wear te tthey iiaten iiatenthey 1 zi zithey
they tackle the forward pass tegMutfon tegMutfonSewral 11on 11onral ae aeSeerat
Sewral ral prominent members of the rates I1Ileeomadaee ratescommittee r rc
c committee n lttes never did favor the present presentrules efttrme presentrules
rules coremimc that play and they are aregoto areJroiDc aregoing
going to fight to have them thenThe ofaai ofaaiThe rThe =
The most mosttJaportaDt mosttJaportaDtIdoD important point for forEton dims dimsatoll
Eton te tbe twentyyard zone eacteaulng eacteaulngfrom ezxemdlmRfrom ag agtroaa
from Ute Itae ne of scrimmage to a a u paint 1MDttweJlty painttwenty tnt tnttwenty
twenty yards into the territory of the tbeaide 1beaide theside
aide on the defensive d fenelve It te coatonaed coatonaedthat ooatewiedthat ied iedthAt
that there te too much danger eC an anrat anerror anerror
error Ute way the rule reads at pre preflIttoo pieseatten
rat flIttoo too mucj r reaponaibuity lty placed IIaeedupou placedupon jlaoortupon
upon the offijiala of3 4aia who must t decide decidewhether 6ed4ewbether decidewhether
whether wbetherthe the pass te legalPossible legal legalPoMtM
PoMtM Possible the easiest way wa to satisfy atW7the satisfythe satisfythe
the football fioOow 8ollowers rs will be to Mimi eflBiinate edmJDate Miminote
Date the twentyyard twui t ryard yard aoao It seems seemstbat HeGlthat seemsthat
that a forward f peas should shoo be legal if ifcaught Ifeaucttt ifcaught
caught anywhere inside eIt lush lushIt 1 1ward
It Ie JCSedeaDy certain the ft rward forward
ward pas win be couUnaen IMW aa a Pa iliaTJae play playThe PaTbe >
The fact that it t t did not ante n nfor awcdiground imic h hround
round for tbe bte teams will not aaetiB aaetiBsaiily JI8ee8sarIJy aeees aeeessarilr
saiily mean that it win teabeUelssi teabeUelssiiidreorer tee aboBatMd aboBatMdMoreover L LM
Moreover M It ia hard to forecast what whattbe whatthe whatthe
the roles committee will do M er Its Itsmembers Its1PeIIIben itsmembers
members are jRHmc to New York with wKhdecided withdedde withdecided
decided opinions on certain point ta i the thethreshed theoal filegame
game and oal only after they Mire been Jteecdlresb beenthresiitd
threshed out to secret will tile reseat be belutowa b9Jmowa beknown
known lutowaGotchs JmowaGotchs knownGotchs
Gotchs Forfeit Posted PostedTo PostedTo PostedTo
To Meet Hackenschmidt HackenschmidtOMAHA
OMAHA OMAHAforfoit N Nob Dee 73 i iBunIa 14 cster csterBurns
Burns te aU sa iso 8 po posted ed Jtce b as 1L 1LfGCttllt alotfelt
forfoit for a PMW BIde bet oa behalf of ofFraak of1raDIc ofFrank
Frank Goteh hi case George e Bacfcon BaeIIeneeImIIt Bacfconeehrnit lidiensohmit
eehrnit eeImIIt the Rnsatea lion 11011 desires again t1nto againslap
to CODte8t t the wrestling l3raplwn l3raplwnship II IIIP
slap of the world wo Borne declares he bewill hewm hevrfi
will cover tile Ruopians Iaaey jsasi sa money as soon soonas Bas seenas
as tile tetters backers display Teal Tealaionay Te8lNebraska realmoae3
aionay aionayNebraska moae3Nebraska
Nebraska May Get Game GameImCOIj2 G GL1NXLN GanesLINcXIL
ImCOIj2 N Dee 2 sLftIe Lgtfe baa de devalopod tie tievelopocl developed
valopod In the negotiations that are arebeing arebeiag arebeing
being carried on between Nebraska Nebraskaaad N Nelrrukaand lla8k8acl
and Michigan n in regard to a football footballo tOClltbllC4Dteet footballcontest
o contest ateet for 1 < MIld fan The Wolverine WoIvciaenMD Welysc Wolverinezaanagexnent hie hiemanagement
management nMD gmeDt apparently is Jthe awaiting awaitingthe
the answers of certain Eastern teetitu teetituticns ID8t1tutkns institudons
dons before dosing with the Corahuck Corahuckers
ers It te thought t to be almost a cer certainty cera1nty carainty ¬
tainty that Nebraska will have a a place piaooon
on tho Michigan schedule
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Big crowds of eager buyers attended his great bargain sale all day yesterday It t will pay you to get in early today
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350 350 Suits for Children uu r 935 2 35 5
400 400 Suits for Children 267 267iOO 267
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1000 1000 Suits for Children 667
1200 1200 Suits for Children 800 800J 800
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