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American League Starts StartsChampionship StartsChanlpionship StartsChampionship
Championship Season Seasonon
on April 12 12DEATH 12DEkTH 12DEATH
Gossip arid Comraeat t of Profes Professional Pro Professional es esSiam ¬
sional and Amateur AmateurSports AmateurSports AmateurSports
Sports SportsThe SportsThe
The 2 NatMo ati js e will arake their tIMIrbow r t tbow tbow
bow ia 111 the 1 1SU U ehamnidaofchi upWn 1 1at nw nwat taco tacoat
at Philadelphia r ail is oa April 12 with the theworths tileworts theworlds
worlds champion c Athletics as their tlsetropponents theiropponents tIIeIzoppone
opponents opponentsBah oppone opponentsBail ts tsBai1
Bah Johneoa JoIt has already drafted draftedthe 4Intf 4Intfthe draftedthe
the complete C schedule Ie of the tlleAale As Amerl Amerlcan 1can ei1 ei1can
can League but be will submit It it to tothe tothe tothe
the schedule 9cbs wde committee of the Neilon Na Nation Natkm ¬
tion League L at Cincinnati OB Monday Mondaybefore K Kbefore Mo0donybefore
before it is formally promulgated promulgatedThe
The g yon oral scope of the list 11 ei eidates 81dates etdates
dates will be as in past years Chicafio Chi Chicago CIIIcago ¬
cago will UI oven at St Louis Loa Detroit Detroitat
at Cleveland CleYe1 and New w York at t Boa Boaton BetoG Beaton
ton After < short aerie of tbe Beat Beatagainst Bat8bln Bastagainst
against t the teat all I the West Westagainst WestblJUIt Westagalast
against tare West t the dabs from taI tbtesection taIbectioa thusbecUon
section wfll invade the West for the thefirst tIt81lrst thefirst
first Ions intfersectienal jB tJeaal aeriesThkt aeries aeriesThte 8eri 8eriThis
This wm be a se setfonals severe teat for the N Ntiona Nationals
tfonals as they will be OB the road for forpractically forJlracUcally forpractically
practically a month shortly after tile theopeatmg tbeopening tileo
opening o of the campaign eaJft bat tbe tbelhOtIld theyshould they theyshould
should do at least as well w mm teat sprinc sprincwhen stK1 stK1UIey > a avie
vie n they lad 110 such a moot start startwhen IItartwhim
when condttmas were more favorable favorableMike ta tatOke
4 4Mike
Mike Kelly who was here wider Caa Caatillan CaBt1Il Caati
t1Il ti tillan will allot St Paul hi the Am AmerjcaR ADaU Amerie
U erie erjcaR 2a < a Association u acata next season aoaoonHej OI1Rey
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D E Eo Wiber urartdeat l lkA of The A A A A U Uin Uin Uin
in thfe t section beenmidin beat aid ta its final AafrestiaR finalresting AltaIrestta
resting place before the tJte athletic pub public pl poblic
lic l of Washington V te again shocked by bythe 1ITtbe bythe
the death of one of the most univer universally universally ¬
sally popular yeuftc men football f la tills tbtetain tillscity thiscity
city has ftC kDcrwJtBoy AstQs ce cetaro cap captain
tain of tb the Gears Washington team ofWO of ofiwo orwo
wo years ago a and later eeadt coachof OC the tbe3Trytand tItet the3tat74and
3Trytand t Agricultural CollegeRog College CollegeRoy 0DIIeKeRoy
Roy Alston was a man in the best bestsense tsenee beetsense
sense of the word AtMetles to bust bustwere JdaWfOre himtrrre
were a subordinate consideration b lderatloRbut and andbut stetbut
but a a few weeks w ago gO he had talked te tethe 18tbe tothe
the writer about his business plans far fiorthe fiwthe farthe
the future futureHte futureHis ut1IIeHJ
His career was cat abort most un untimely 1111timely uatimely ¬
timely bat Roy Alston will l not soon be beforgotten 1MfoQOttea beforgotten
forgotten by those wbo were so for fortunate fectunate fertunate ¬
tunate as to know him personaBy He Heto BewaS Hewas
waS an ho t 1ds frmHv aDd a creep creepto
to his h college collegeWhen callesheR collegebea
When heR the AUSoutbera team bead tile tbepicked tilepicked thepicked
picked Harvard team to a tie yesterday yesterdayit
it 1 t was a Mr boost for football sooth of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Mason and DIxon line lineSappert JIBeS1ppert lineS13ppert
Sappert the Umpires UmpiresOf
Of all Ute foolish moves that have havebeen havebeen 11 11beeR <
been made at t one time or orby anotherby another anotherby
by the National League magnates gJIt it itIs itis ttis
Is doubtful if there has been anything aaythtagmore anythingmore
more more puerile than tIM talk of leaving leavingthe IeTtagthe leavingthe I
the retention or diomisoal I of ax aapire um umpire ca capire
pire jto to Ute majority rote of dub dubowners d1towners dubowners
owners ownersIf owners ownersIf
If there has been ODe thing mere merethan rethan merethan
than another that t has made the Amer American AMerIcan AmerIcan ¬
ican League Le 1M an unqualified 1IDqa1t6eit sueeess sueeessit
it has bees tile absolute support supportwhich supportwhich
which Baa Johnson bas always aiveK aiveKhis 8Mihis llveahis I
his umpires If there were complaints complaintshe I Ihe
he filed them away until he could couldpersonally couldpersoay i iper8Ollft
personally per8Ollft look over his staff and andif adjf
if he round to them well founded be has hasnot hasnot il
not hesitated he tted to release the erroringr erroringrarbitrator errorJDgarbltrtor erroringarbitrator
arbitrator OR the other hand if ift ifand ifthere
there was a dispute vte between owner OWBerand ownerand
and umpire he bas not presumed presumedthat N prespmedthat mecl meclthat
that the thecided masaaxe was right but doe doeclded docided
cided the case wholly on its ItsIn merits moritaIn meritsIn
In this policy he bus commanded the therespect erespect therespect
respect of club president umpire 1Iplrepublic and andpublic andpublic
public publicRent publicR8IIt publicRent
Rent as it is by internal aissensfoB aissensfoBthe uethe
the Xatioaal NaUe sl League cannot at this thistime UaI8time thistime
time adopt a policy that would allow allowthe all allthe allowthe
the warring factions to show their theirdispleasure tIteIrtlisplea81lre theirdispleasure
displeasure toward the head of the theor eorgBlsdoa theorganisatlea
or orgBlsdoa Bisation by attempting a wlllP to make makelight mkelight ke kelightc
light lightc of the work of the men appoint appotntyear appointed
ed by hl him to conduct the tIteIn game gameIn
In electing Tom Lynch fOe 0817 one oneyear
year ear the National ofnctato handicapped handicappedtheir handicappedtheir ppe4
their leader by making his term too tooshort tooshort I Ishort
short te t effectively bring about changes cbansest changesihat I
1 hat would work for the betterment of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the league but it te to be hoped that the thebetter thebetter I Ibetter
better element will prevail en the enes quest qua 1 1t
t ion of the umpires urapir ear and that Lynch will willbe willbe WI WIbe
be supreme in tbe matter matterThere matterThere matterThere
There are too man many y political angles anglesto
to affair in the National N OII League to t at attempt atI attempt ¬
tempt BTimethtog that would not be beucee a asuccess asuccess
success Even vea In such a thoroughly organized or organized erI erIganlzed ¬
ganized netifution as the younger major majorleague MaJorleague majorleague
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He Hees a s ens fiutun xew ytc tIIIIt 3laTj 3laTj1ntere unay unayInterest
interest tse some sons whose w whose memory of great greatfeats pe greatfeats
feats on the diamond dfa > tnontd extends back far farther fv1her farthen ¬
then does last Tuesday TuesdayWhen ImdayWhen 1
When BIll Bergen threw out six Redlegs Red Redlegs RedJfg8
legs who tried to steal on him te a agame agame I
game IB I Cincinnati last season he did didnot didnot Id Id110t
not establish aRab a major league record for forturning fort forturning
turning t back wouldbe thieves tJ es Arthur ArthurItwin ArtInsrIrwin ArthurIrwin
Irwin scout of the Highlanders says saysthat a7Sthat ys
that Duke Farrell who te to go gowith South Southwith Soathwith
with tbe mmoppers H1Ht next spring and androach lidroach andthe
roach th tile young g pitchers on the FarreU FarreUcombination hrreIImbnatI
combination D once nipped eight men menattempted who whoattempted wboa
a attempted to filch AldaHCODL second According Arordisgplayed A to tothe tothe
the t he Peerless Scout FluTeD whoray who ray rayunder played playedunder played playedUnder
under him as a private ia Boston osto in MH MHturned 1turned li liturned ce ceP97
turned this thisgreat great trick m In tbe < he season of ofJS97 ofJm
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JS97If If my memory Is i flot ot at fanU said saidTrwin saidTnrin saidirwdn
Trwin yesterday et the Duke of Marl Marlboro Marlboro Marlboro ¬
boro was then with the Washlngtons Washlngtonsthe
and 00 the Senators were playing against aptthe againstthe
the he Orioles la those days cia the Btrdiets irdictSwere Btrdietswere Btniletswere
were the utpeel speed boys of the universe universewhen unlveneand u erne erneand
and once 8 sus got era tint be weald wealdbike w
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say that thatI at Cba C mtOraed t8JlNd back baCk the first firsteight t teight
eight me mea Cwho who whomoo tried to steal I on hIMLater him himLater
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and got away with it As I recall the theScore thegame thegame
t game it was won bT the riMe by byscore a ascore
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timores pitcher and WIn Mercer betas betason
on the slab for Or the Senators SenatorsExciting SeuatersExiting SenatorsExciting
Exciting ExcitingNEW Hockey Game Game2IEW GamelI
NEW lI W YORK Dec 31 stIn In a dose doseand clO3eand closeand
and exdosts g game the tla Cornell hockey hockeyteam hocyteam hockeyteam
team last 1 night 31g t defeated Tale aie at the thethe thelee the
lee p1 palace 4 to I t in the first game of ofthe o othe
the series of three contests conte ts which will willbe wille willbe
be e played at the West Side rink
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Garry Herpmaim HerFI11 u Declares DecI r That T at Big Leagues Vill Fight FightEastern FightEastern FightEastern
Eastern and A A Rather Than T 1an Accede to Demands Dem DermandsWar nds ndsWar V VWar
War Clouds Gathering
COfCINXATI 3 Dee > ee al L TUat That the BIL aattoso BILUMaJ i itJomU
tJomU commission eent will not scout ra t Ute tbedemands theiesauds
demands 1 of the Eastera League and andAmertcaR aDdAa andlerlea
AmertcaR lerlea AssoetatioB Aa eitoIt for higher emssin emssineatioB chtaatiteadoa
eatioB wee estebUsbed 11 T M here when Prosi ProsidoHt Pr Pror Pre Predent
dent AngtsR Aues t Herrmann of the supreme supremeeourt 8UJRentee supremeeaitrt
eourt of baseball declared positively positivelythat po positivelythat
that the major leagues would so 0 to war warwith warwith warwith
with tie malcontents rather than grant grantthen rant rantthem
them pernrissioB to withdraw from toe toeNational Ute1tatioD theNational
National Asoda Asaociatftm n peacefully peec 11117 or to toSraat togrant
grant them any additional drafting Spr1T s priv privtirisrnr privileges
jraf ileges ilegesI tirisrnr OR ORI
I fully agree with Baa BaaJ Johnson who whosays whothat whosays
says that the major leagues will not notgrant notgrant notgrant
grant the demands ck of the Eastern Ea tL BssternLeague EasternLeague
League and the A A stated Herr Herrmann Herrmann ¬
mann ShouW 1ft the llMJeaatJeR America Associa Associatkm Aaeodalion
lion place a dub hi Haveaofs H a North KorthSide NorthStdo orth orthSid
Side Sid Chicago Park or should either eitherleague eitherleague
league invade any of the major leaguesterritory leagues leaguesterritory s
territory such an affront rout wilt be con consteered
steered warlike acts and we w will take takemeasures takemeahures I Ies
measures es to punish la the outlaws outlawsThe outlawsTbe I Inc
The Eastern League is exceptionally exceptionallywell cep ttlonally ttlonallywell y
well treated as it la The e National NationalCommission NationalCominiaeion at1onIC
Commission C went the limit in making makingconceseioas JRkiDgCODCe8ioaS makingconcessions
concessions a few ye years rs a gO o when itgave it itsave Itpe
save the disturbet disturbers tbe benefit benefitonescan of the theoneman t e eoneman
oneman draft rule The trouble troubleCommittee with withCommittee withCO
Committee CO uiIittee Has Charge ChargeOf Charke ChargeOf I IOtYale
Of OtYale Yale Rowing Matters MattersNKW Mattersl MatterslNEW
NEW HAVEN HA VEK Conn on Dec JL SLft SLftUte 7LForthe For Forthe
the first tIlDe tire Yaks Yale rowing matters tteN wilt wfllthfe wilttIaI15 witsthis
this year be tat cbmr charge e of a eGIRI committee of ofalumni ofea ofalssmni
alumni hv end of John Kemedy the theprofessional tIMpreteldmlal theprotesiono
professional coach eoachWhfle coachWhOe IWhIle
WhIle Kennedy K win have fun charge chargeof
of the inspectM ILl of the oarsmen the thecommittee theeo theeemmktee
committee eo wffi auogrt insist Capt SWott Frost Frostfor FrostJIIPIIInr Frostk
k JIIPIIInr out e policy Gt tM crew crewtor crewfor
for the yearaspFabs year yearCapCam yearcapla
CapCam Frost announced the committee commit committee coraarittee
tee as follows Juiten W Curtis Tale Yaleof
3 7 of New York Qtsz Walter Camp Campof CampM
M of f New ew Haven Fred W AMen 1S 1Sof 19M 19Mof 1919of
of St Louts T Teroy oy WhttneyJli Whitney K of New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York City a 1ft t Ruthven Rut even Warden archll It II of ofPoughkcQpsie eCPoughkeep ofPoughkeepsie
PoughkcQpsie PoughkcQpsieFormer PoughkeepsieFormer le leFormer
Former Pugilist DiesSuddenlYin Dies DiesSuddenly
Suddenly SuddenlYin in Jail Cell CellBANGOR C CellBANGOR Il IlBANGOR
BANGOR M Me Dee 31 UKlke Mike Daley Daleyformer D Daleyformer ley leyformer
former lightweight Jlghtwel ht pugilist p gtll t was wasfound wasfound J JoulMl
found dead In a cell at the ponce polleeties sta station stI ¬
ties here City Physician Burgess Burgessturned Burge8blnlI BurgesstvraedIa
turned tvraedIa in sudden death no autopsy autopsyon
on the death certidcate A coroner coronerdecided coroner4IeeIde4 coronerdecided
decided an inquest lB418 st unnecessary unnecessaryNo 1UUIece unnecessaryNo IY IYNo
No Summer Ball BallSPOKANE BalLPOKAlfE BallsroK
sroK SPOKANE NE Dee JL L A rule forbidding forbiddingcollege forbiddla forbiddlacofcgc I
college players of baseball to play on onany onIUI7 onany
any outside team for pay or gratuitous gratuitously Wus ¬
ly was adopted by the Pacific Pa Pac g Northwest NorthwestIntevcollegiate Northwestlatemallesiate
Intevcollegiate Conference c At first firstthere ftrsttllere firstthere jl jlIateICOIleiate
there had appeared considerable con > sidereble senti sentiment seoUmeat sentiment ¬
ment in I favor of allowing students to toearn toearn J Jearn
earn a few dollars hi Ute summer vacation vaca vacation vacaI ¬
tion UOftby by Joining professional lcml teams but butin butin butin
in tbe end the governing body went to tothe rothe tothe
I the opposite extreme voting O Db meant meantmously imanlTOOosly unanimously
mously In favor fa of the most rigid measnre meas measure ¬
ore proposed proposedEight proposedEight ed edEight I
Eight Clubs In I League LeagueNORFOLK LeagueNORFOLK
NORFOLK Va Va Dec SI lAt At a meet meeting meetlag meetlag ¬ I
lag of the Virginia Baseball B 1 League Leaguehere Leaguehere Leaguehere
here It was agreed a ed to form an eight eightclub elghtclub eightclub
club league composed of Rlchnkmri RlchnkmriRoanoke RlehIJiOkrBoaoke RkhuioHtlRoanoke
Roanoke Norfolk Lynebbarg Lyaeh urg Dan Danville 111nile Danville ¬
ville Petersburg Portsmouth an anNewport ant antNewport ni niNewport
Newport News NewsBugs NewsBugs NewsBugs
Bugs a aNEW to Reform Reformi J JNEW
i NEW YORK Dec 21 2LNew few York Yorkbaseball YorkMae Yorkbaseball
baseball Mae eU fans are a e having If one of tnelr tlielrperlodeel tnelrperkKlleal tWrperlodiea1
perkKlleal laughs today ever ftII another anotherone anotherone rore
one of Buss qs Raymonds R Rymottts imOrMls proutises pr to toreform tofona toreform
reform fona The laugh h Is really over ov r Man Manager MaDapr Manager ¬
ager XcGnws McGfi ws belief iu u Bugs eo latest latestmanifesto 1 latestmanifesto test testmauffest
manifesto which ia to th the effect that fhfttbright fJlfttbridIt thatbright
bright and early In the new year Buss Baswill Bussrill Bugswill
will Ire himself to Dwight HI and andthere aDdthere andthere
there submit to the rejnvenatinff reuven t1n Influ lnSuence Influence mnuence ¬
ence of the Keeley cure
a tot of Sastern Bast League due owners ownersis ownersthat
is that they t oy seH their tit 9Ir stars fora for forIMI jinnlt jinnltand
and then try te eblaftlo Mama n t tfor i < a f rttfe rttfefor Ie1er
for the depletion of piaylng > a talent taIe lf lfthey If Ifthey IttheT
they would stand pat they would only enbrlose
lose one player plaj < and of oftnt tan be te only onlya
a seeondcJaas ma maw mawI > u uI
I have gone ne ovor this letter letteroarlaly thor thoroughly theeougbly ¬
oughly with Mr Johnson and Mr MrLynch XrLynch ir irLynch
Lynch and I want to say emphtk117that emphatically emphaticallythat
that none of the requests of the A A A Aand Aand AaM
and Eastern Ea tern League ue will be granted grantedThe grsatedTJte grststedThe
The war clouds are gathering sath g about aboutthe eutUte aboutthe
the baseball hcrizon A day < or two ago agowenposted OWeIlpo agowellposted
wenposted WeIlpo ted baseball men thought thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the major leagues would compromise compromiseand cOatPro I
and grant moat of the demands of theEastern the j I
Ea Eastern League Lea and the American Amerl an As Assodation MsocIatlon Assodatlon
sodation It 1 t was known that they would wouldinstet wouldJRSIst E Einsist
insist on the retention of the oneman onemandraft onemandraft I Idraft
draft rule but It was thougrt t the Natienai Na National latJonaI ¬
tional Commission C misston would bo wi willing hiog to togive togive togive
give the petitioners a Class AA dassl dasslAcatkm ehuMllkatlcm dteslilatlon
Acatkm and allow them to draft players playersfrom playersfrom en enall
from all the other ot r minor leagues leaguesThe JeasuesThe leaguesThe
The purchase of o the Chicago ball park MUkbrotaJibt parkbrought parkbrought
brought matters to a crisis prematurely prematurelyand NeRIAturelyand
and both Herrmann H rrmann and Johnson Joh on went wenton weatoa wenton
on record as unalterably opposed to tbe tbecontentions tbecoPteDtlol13 thecontentions
contentions of the American Association Associationand 56oclaUollt
and the t Eastern League Leagueg
At t the e National Commissions sskns ana anameeilDg annual annualg
meeilDg g here ibWednesday Wednesday crM the whole con coniy cont
t iy will be con conslder nsi nsisort l 3fl and andaort some somesort e
sort of an ultimatum issued issuedTigers is issuedTigers
Tigers to Send Eleven ElevenTo El ven venTo I
To Play Midshipmen MidshipmenANNAPOLIS Midshi P PANNAPOLIS men
ANNAPOLIS A APOLIS Md fr Id Dec 31 317 31Prince 31Princetoe Prince Princeton rtacetOft ¬
ton baa agreed to send its football foothsilteam footballteam otantm
team to Annapolis to meet the the Midshtpmen Mid MUUshipmea
shipmea next season and the game gamewill saeWIll
will be b played either on October 21 21or 21Or
or October 25 25The 2S 2SThe >
The Navy schedule will begin with withJohns withJohD8 withJohns
Johns Hopkins on October 7 and will willbe willDe willbe
be stronger than that of the season seasonJust 8ORJ1I8t seasonjust
Just closed Pennsylvania State and amiNew an4NeW andNew
New York University will have dates datesbut dteHt datesbut
but the Carlisle Indians and Lehigh LehighwQl LeblkwUI Lehighwill
will not play here in 1911 1911Lieut 1911Lleut 1911Lieut
Lieut Cent Harris Laning has been beenreelected beenreeJected beenreelected
reelected secretary of the Navy Ath Athletic Athletic Athlette ¬
letic Association Among the iraporr iraporrant Importnt lntporCant
ant < duties of the position is the die distribution tllstrlbutJon dietributlon ¬
tribution of the tickets to the Army ArmyNavy ArmyNavy ormyNavy
Navy football game gameYoUng gameYoung gameYoung
YoUng Heads Committee CommitteeITHACA CommitteeITHACA
ITHACA N Y Dec 31 31Thomu Thomas F PFennell FFenneil FFenadl
Fennell Republican candidate for State Statetreasurer S Statetreasurer kte ktetreasurer
treasurer at t the last election andGeorge and andGeorge a aGeorge
George YOUng of the Agricultural Col College College ¬
lege were appointed today alumni alumnimembers alumnimembers alunantmembers
members of the Cornell football field fieldcommittee fieldcommittee
committee which will have charge of ofthe erUte ofthe
the football policies of the university universityteam universl universlCapt uniersltJCapt
Capt W WE 1 tlunk of the football footballteam
team is also a member ct iIt too commit committee committee ¬
Horsemen to Convene ConveneCLEVELAND ConveneChllVELAND onvene onveneCLKVELAIID
CLEVELAND Dec 3tH 3L ET K Dtf Dtfveretnc Devereux
veretnc vere x president of the th Grand Circuit Circuitissued Cire81tls6tie Cireatt Cireattfisted
issued a call for a national oonvention oonventionof nVeDUOBor
or all horsemen to meet in Buffalo Jan January Jannary ¬
nary 9 9The tThe
The object of the convention Is stated statedto
to be utbe the betterment of all trotting intrtests In Interests IRtvests ¬
terests whether of track managers managersowners maDagerso managersowners
o owners or trainers trainersSchlei trainersSchlei
Schlei Signs Contract ContractNEW C ntact ntactNEW
NEW YORK Dec 31 31catcher 31CatcherGeorge Catcher CatcherGeorge
George Schlei signed sig ied with witthe the NewYork New NewYork NewYork
York National League club today todayior todayiorthe for forthe Torthe
the season of 1911 He makes thetwentieth the toetwentieth thetwentieth
twentieth man to fret Into line Man Manager llnager Manager ¬
ager McGraw received a letter from fromPitcher fromPitcher romPitcJcr
Pitcher Arthur Raymond Rar ond in which whichRaymond whicltRJllond whichRaymond
Raymond promised t so o to DwIght DwlghtDL DwIghtnL
DL next Tuesday and aI remain there thereuntil thereuutU thereuntil
until ordered to t rerort roy ort In inMarlin inMarlinTex Marlin MarllnTex MarlinTex
Tex Tex next ne t spring springWant springVant springWant
Want to Bar Montreal MontrealPROVIDENCE MontrealPROVIDENCE MontrealPROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE R R I Dec 31 31Con 31Conslderable 31Considerable Con Considerable ¬
siderable talk is heard in Eastern EasternLeague East8lRue EasternLeague
League ue circles to the effect that there thereis thereis thereis
is a movement mo ment on foot to cut Montreal Mont Montreal ¬
real out of the circuit and and transfer transferthe traasCirUte transferthe
the Canadian citys franchise te t some someother Ieother spineouter
other burS better adapted Co support supportera supportthe
the quality of baseball that the East Eaatern Eastera
era League Is able to serve up to tothe todle tothe
the fjma ns
PJTTSBURG Dec 3a 3aThe = The Plan PittHWWE Pitta Pitta1N Planhag
hag 1N baseball dab owllels ovrnees are areiast alem areiasisting
iast m tmg tiBg that the t e players smut smutaffix mtafix attestaffix
affix tbefc sigaatores te taW tetalabrtiaenee taWbrtiAeDu totalabrtiaeoce
abrtiaenee contract C far IoU zgixTI IoUTJfiieey rgrrTlrel
TI TJfiieey Tlrel e eby y hangs asp a tale taleSaas taleHa talerani
Saas 3 Wagner the greataat greataotslsort greataotslsortstop sfcot sfcotatop JK rt rtacip
atop of them all an likes his beer beerThe beerTAe beerThe
The Pirates cant very well get getaioag getale getalong
ale g without Hoses graced gracedand graadSeMiag
SeMiag and great eat batting battiagHaas battingHalts
HaM is dot aet suck a a lover pf iatoxi iatoxicHt iDtoxiI iatoxictnts
cHt that he cvald Dot do with witsant witht withhis
ant t his hear during a 3easen seasen but batn butit butit
I it is a each that Jo1mP John P n hav haviag haylag I
iag cne1lig ea nh of the worldly goods goodte goodst
te t enable him te t do jest about I Ias I Ia ias
as he pleases will sot D9tdeny deny him hima m
a f a glass Ita of of1 beer ar er two tW9r tW9reYeR or oreves r re I
e eves K three dally for that matter matterPerhaps matterPerhaps
Perhaps Per apl am a exception excepti n will be bema41e feeaiade bemade
made in Wags case caseENQUSH I IDigger I
Digger Stanley Said to Be BeBest BeBest BeBest
Best in England Aspires Aspiresto
to Championship ChampionshipNEW
NEW YORK Dec 3L aLTIIe The nunrens oC oCDIBgJIeIt of3l C CBngMnh
BngMnh 3l a 3 ghiers hter In this tJliseINIIIUy country ia thepoet the theKssfainds Ute UteJI
JI twelve mouths be stirred ter old 8IIllbPls oldEnglands
Kssfainds boxnt boadss fmten frstort3 ty as It Itwas now nowwas movewe
was stirred bei5xeevery 1tIre 1tIreBvI7 baA > re reBhrery
every boxer of any 3 account te Ieremarkable shewi showing showingremarkable e eremarkable
remarkable signs of Mf life r and all are arecoming aneemln arecoating
coming eemln to with eyes turned to the theStates eStates theStates
StatesDigger States l lDigger
Digger Stanley who beasts of the fltebantamweight thebDtamwetPt thebantamwelaht
bantamweight championship lua bip of England Eagkuidte E EJ8
te one who te about to leave his home homeshores meshores hhtneshores
shores for the land of the free Digger Diggeris
is the real champion because the man manLord manLord j jLord
Lord Londsdaie Lond dale who w crowns them themchampions themcltampfon themchampion
champions and makes it good 1 by hand handtag bndtDgtltem haadtug
tag tDgtltem them a nicely carved b eIt elt of some somea somert sonicsect
sect a rt of metal has bestowed all the thehonors thehonors
honors of a champion on oft the little f fel fellow felhow el ellew
low lowDigger I j jDigger
Digger Is no stranger er to this county
He was here h e about five years oars ago boxed boxed3lmmy
Jimmy Walsh Va1 h and lost a decision dee Since Sincethen SIDeetheu Sincethen
then be has come atoa along ir great eat time timeand timeand timeand
and won so consistently tha th theord liorfi Lens Loosdale LoasciaJe Lensdate
dale voted him the best In John Balls Bunsland Ballsland Hullsland
land landDiggers landD landDiggers
Diggers D ers first engagement wiU be with withPrankie withFraRJde withFraakle
Prankie Burns at the National Club Cluband Cluband Cluband
and according to present plans Janu January JanuatT January ¬
ary 13 will be the date of the battleEnglish battle battleKnglieh 8tt1eEaJlt
English h weights call for bantams not to toweigh toweigh
weigh w more than 118 pounds in this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry 1
country 116 Is placed of the limit Stan Stanley StaRley Stanhey ¬
ley and Burns cut the difference and andthey andthey I ItlM
they tlM > y will meet at 117 pounds poundsHe poundsHe
He has some record for a champion championeven ehamploneven championeven
even though he Is in a country where wheremills wh wheremills re remills
mills are not as frequent as here But Buthell Buthell I IteU
hell get his escutcheon e soiled a bit In Inthis inthis I
this country if he doesnt live up to past pastperformances pastperformances
performances Beside Bey a Burns we have havesuch havesuch havesuch I
such good ones as Couton Ion Monte Atte AtteYoung Atteli AtteliYoung
Young Wagner Jimmy Walsh Joe JoeCoster J8Coster JoeCoster
Coster Tommy Houck and ever so somany somany somany I
many more moreTry moreTry moreTry
Try to Arrange Bout BoutFor BoutFor 1 1For
For Coulon and Forbes FJorbesCHICAGO ForbesCHICtGo i iCIU
CHICAGO CIU GO Dec 3tQhicago Chicago fight bugs bugsare bugsare 1
are today anxiously waiting for pep pepCoulon rPepCoulon Pep PepCoulon
Coulon manager of Johnny Coulonclaimant Coulon Coulonclaimant CoulondaiInRBt
claimant for the bantam title to anuwey an answer aner ¬
swer er the proposition made by Harry HarryGiassce
ecO for a fight between Coulon and andHarry andHarry andHarty
Harry Forbes For former bantam chamGlssseo cham champion champI ¬
Glssseo pI pion pionGlassco
Glassco has h offered o ered 6 it per p cent t of the thegross thereceIptB w wgross
gross r receipts for f r an Canada eightround htrotund bout b boutbefore ut utetore I Ibefore
before the t Windsor wmdaorCaDadaJ a Canada Athletic Athletic1Club Athl AthleticClub tlc tlcClub
Club Forbes has already accepted the theCanadian beCanadlen theCanadian
Canadian promoters offer otf r and U It Is now nowup nowup nowup
up to Pop to do the same thing fori foriJohnny for forJohnny
Johnny J J
Athletics First Baseman Would Fill Two Positions That ThatAre ThatAre ThatAre
Are PuzzlingBrowns Puzzling zl1ng Browns Managership and apfeuiacy apfeuiacyWallace a pt talnc talncWallace IilCY IilCYVallace
Wallace Not Favored for J Job o1
ST LOUIS Dec 3L When Mr Soda Sodaanagers SoeIalMqq SodalM
M Mqq pagers team ttak tPltgit tae the Held next nextone04 JMtrtJ nextfF
J fF I s l a Md Mdue nodme
me one04 whether the ue ctab will be Jn Jnbettor JaDeu hibetter
bettor hands than has been the tMlit case casem saein
m the pastThe past pastTbe pIUItTile
Tile Browns have Indeed much te the theleeety tileput thepeat
put so much 80 tlt they Wen hope JIope1eMty hopeley
leeety outdaoaod ht every i c oo for the thepennant theR thepennant
pennant R aat excepting two tWOJJa yeais yearsile ttflg and andjaat
jaat It has not aot however o always aIwIIpthe been beentbe beenthe
the tnult of tbe Vsaago iMiffor gv nor has It Itbeen Itbeea itbeen
been due to the fact that the players of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Brown team t were ae fnroutclassed fnroutclassedby faro faroby eutclasusd eutclasusdby
by their opnononts opnonontsOne oPIWIDeDII0Ite o oOne
One position po ttiou and apparently one of ofgreat ofgreat ofgreat
great Importance has always aI been ever everlooked cverJookeIl overlooked
looked by the management mana manaLouis of tM at atLoeI8 SLLouis
Louis American leaguers and that basbeds has hasbeen hasbeeR
been In the failure to have a good SUOde Held Heldgeneral foldgenorai
general There e Is no ovestioa but what whatthere wbatthere whatthere
there might have been quite a different daTerentstory dtienBtJuwi differentstory
story now had the team always had 1IaIIImII a aplay amen
men Of WUtJ to Je anti direct eet the theplay
play 11 when playing payl oa Ute do defense defenseOne e eOne suee sueeOne
One of the fret duties tbe new Jar So Social So Soda1 Social ¬
cial Manager should perform when tak taking taktAg inklug ¬
tAg charge of the Browns B providing he hete eIs heto
te a bench manager er Is m the naming namingof
of a captain He should not only be bemaa a athe a aman
man welt versed ba the foe points or orUte ofthe
the game with plenty of nerve so that thatthe tbattile thatthe
the extra duties will not acct his IsJa play playIng playlog
log Ja but he sn14 set 1c1 ld have V8 poraonoJtty ten It7 It7all and ahdabove andabove
above all be decidedtr 17 popular with wtdates Ms MsManHnaios hisyeom
yeom ManHnaios aces tes He aim must be a strict strictateeinllnariaa atrIctAdpat1iu strictBIsdltgaarl
ateeinllnariaa finn and jret yet not too tooLive tooLive toosevers
Live Captain Needed NeededWhen N NeededWises eedeWReD <
When a man u manages se a team Inc IncboDrb rho rhobench M MbaU
bench it Ie es es ntIa1 that he have same sameone e eODe
ODe lit charge em whom Ita eta rei reiTJtere rely relyThere
There 1 are maul QCCIUMOII6 ia a game of oftK ofbait
bait when some one must do the tJMat proper properthing properthins
thing at a moments notice TIM man manager IDILftager manager ¬
ager on the bench can not t direct eet at such suchstages 8UChsta suchstages
stages sta es the captain must do that so that thatmuch thatmuch thtrtmuch
much depends on his judgment judgmentThe jgdg1DMIItThe judgmentThe ±
The question tJ n new arises what player playeron playeron <
on the Brown team at the present time ttnwHackenschrmdt timeHackenschridt
Hackenschrmdt Angry AngryI
I At Gotchs Statement StatementCHICAGO StatementCHICAGO StatementCHICAGO
CHICAGO Dec IJ ILNet U Not ot H Uttle peev peeved peeved peeved ¬
ed at the fiat dental of Pmt Botch Qotchthat GotebtII8 Botchthat
that hewould ne would again return ret rn to the imt imtfor 1m t tfor tfor
for glory George Hackenechraidt dualdt today todaymade todayma4e todaymade
made made a a few pointed remarks remarksAlt teDllkSAU remarksAll
Alt these reports 1 I will wrestle and andI
I wont wrestle are very on fur funny y towhy to tome tomo
me mo s said W the Russian Hon when n nto inter interviewed batervIVvol ¬
viewed If f Gotch Got h wants to wrestle wrestlel wrest1whY e
l why y doesnt doesntf doesnthe he come out and do bust business iDel8T bustnose ¬
ness Del8T If he doesnt doesntas ntes as his last state statement stateJBe1K statemeat
meat seems to Indicate Indieteof of t course coursethat that ICte ICteaH It
alt off o It seems queer queerFarmer to me that thati
i Farmer Burns should make bIB deft and andGotch aDdGotch andGotch
Gotch not deny it for two or three threeays threedf1YS threeIf
df1YS < ays aysIf
If Gotch wants to wrestle wre t1e me for a aWe ato
side s We e bet of 6 S3 UIOOO 000 Ill post StMXM It to bind brodthe bindthe
the match in mInute 8 I Iwanted have ve always alwayswanted aIiIoSwanted
wanted to get another chance chanceside atbet at Rim WroIll beset
111 meet him In private for f the a aor side sideatbet bet betor betor
or in public for 10 that oa the wtnnerto wtnnertotakeall wlDnertotakeaU winnertotakeall
takeall takeaUSteinfeldt basis basisSteinfeldt basisSteinfeldt
Steinfeldt Confid Confidsnt ConfidsntTlist ° it itt
Tlist TI t li = a Ke 1 1CHICAGO e Can Come Back BackCHICAGO
CHICAGO Dec IL 11All All those those as asIrins aspiring aspiring
piring Irins Youngsters oa the Cubs roster roster rosterthem rosterwill
willthem will think Its a clDd1 that one on of oftbem
them will play at the third corner oeraernest cerBernex cornernext
nest nex season may mar have another guess guessC guessHenry gu8S6coming geeseVcoming
C coming comingHenry
Henry Stoinfeldt is not yet yetdownandout Ia the thedownandout tbodownandout
downandout class and ande in illletter a aill letter lettera to toa
a friend Here sayshe says he h e will win ill be a very verymuch verymuch ery erymuch
much in the running runntnI
1 I wtll fool all of them tll m writes writesSteinfeldt writ writStelnfeldt 8 8StelnreJdt
Steinfeldt for I intend to > bo e back backi backon backon
on the job i T I sxpeef up ect t I will haye to tobas towork towork
work pretty hard to head down th thbaS tIMbag
bas as as It seem nearly nearlydl sal the new newplayers n nplayers nowplayers
players want my place But I guess iU cueasIll S SIU
Ill make IU it
would make ptakehe He boot geld eW geseraL Mast Mastevflrjr 6tJjttr MeetV
evflrjr V 7V fan Jjttr raSAIwfc in I i Kiwy pey had thebr tbekylbi4iu thebrhand UIek1mIRe
ylbi4iu flirnmeaioely flirnmeaioelyband 1mIRe JfIte17 JfIte17Ute
hand Ute posftiou to Wallace And this thisdoentto thise thisdespite
despite tae fact d that thatthe the team is s sell sellwithout ttl ttlwithout l lt
without t a manager and Bob eontiauog conttsesis eontiauognext co tJaIa
Ia the m minds oC many a tile Browns BroWD8Dext Brownsneat
next manager There Is a chance that thatWallace that thatWaJlaee thatWalnoe
Wallace may possibly land the Job left leftvacant tef tefY8oCDt leftvacant
vacant by Jack OConnor < and there Is teSttminatlag Isalee isalso
alee a tease 1Iitti shunt bmm nfeay y DOt get It ItDlmtnetJ t tTminatiag
Sttminatlag DlmtnetJ Wallace Wale n ir chance of ofD get getting getting ¬
ting the place once again me e ask the theQuestion tb tbqtMNIItJoG thequestion
Question Would Bob make a good fielddal field fieldgeaeral rek1I rek11D
geaeral geaeralIn I V VIn
In the opinion of lam fa all over the thecountry theC theeivntry
country Wallace te one or the grandest grandestindalders srDdeAINIekIer grandestMtEeldera
indalders now In the game kme Wallace canplay can canptey CU1play
play Short as watt w Jt be can third and andthJrd aIMtJaIrcl attdthird
third as well as he can short and as a areliable arenable areliable
reliable every day 7 good workman be heunioflc beDO beass
ass DO equal lit the AJQcdcaa Letgueunless Leasve LeasveeM
unless eM it be little Bonnie Bush of theDetroit the theItetrott theDetroit
Detroit Tigers TisersWaflaceKet TigersWallace er erWanace
Wallace WaflaceKet Net N t ReAl leader leadermany eAder1ItIb LeaderSob
Sob has beeR iR rigs 1IIf 1IIfIW8IIY lg area fAr fArmerry
many years yearsfrom eers oath lIe knows die die1OIIl rogue roguefrom
from 1OIIl A to Z Z sad rind then < app pW But with wKhaH wkkaD withall
aH his 11 knowledge D9wie of oftIte oftIteWODderl1ll tnet ame and his hiswonderful hiswonderful
wonderful c1 cleverness wowis or rather rathercould ratherco rathercould
could co 1d Bob take oa oz the added dutfc tbatJef and andtsereby aMtMreby andthereby
thereby inject some JIM enthusiasm into totthte IatDhis intohis
his players a factor which Wb has been beenmarke DeeamarkMb beesmarkedly
marke markedly < Hy missing heretofore ht IRteams ailteams ail ailteams
teams that have played 1IIY oa the theman Sports Soortsman Sportsluau
man Park diamond dla In other words wordswould W9nwould wordswould
would Bob B be aggressive e enough for the theposition tJaepe theposition
pe positionStill position positionStill itloa itloaSt
Still wben one speaks PSk of aRrswtve aRrswtveptayevSv teeiticepkyer e ee
ptayevSv e + s Capt Harry H Davfa Dam Dal I of ofthe orthf ofthe
the chanpioa Athletics l baa never nevergained neverg vet vetJOraine1i
gained g any notoriety as betas a aor fight fighter fighindd
er or evtn eB a player of load talk on the theIekl thef
ndd Perhaps her Harry y Davis quiet and andgentlemanly andDUelD andlee
lee gentlemanly DUelD sly ways have been assumed assumedfrom aJl6 assumedfrom l1fCI l1fCIfrom
from close and lone association with withhte wtthhJa withIds
Ids manager ma r Connie Xack Mr Davis Davishas Davtllhas Dsvtnhas
has been very prominently mentioned in inthe Inth inthe
the long list of names as becoming the theBrowns theFrowDS theBrowns
Browns next manager and who knows knowsbut knowsbat knowsbat
bat that his estimable manners may maypossibly InFJOti5IbIy maypoibly
possibly land him the Job Th The e new newowners newoWBeIS newowners
owners would then kill two birds with withh wJthODe withone
ODe stone were t ey to Jt De Davfor Davforbe tor tor1a
h be would not only amnage znana e the team but butaso bittaso hotaso
aso act as field general generalMantell eneralJtlanteII reneralMantel
Mantel and Italian ItalianLikely ItalianLikely ItalianLikely
Likely to Be MatchedXBW Matched
XBW YORK ORK Dec K ILFrank Frank ManteH ManteHwinner Manteilwinner tanteRwhmer
winner of last nights tenround fight fightwith fithtiIotth lightwith
with Jack Twin Sullivan will In all allprobability allprobabm allprobabglts
probability be matched shortly with withHugo withHugo withHugo
Hugo Kelly the Chicago Italian ItalianI ItJIanTht ItalianTbt
I The winner of this fight will be rec recognized receDAzed recognized
ognized by most of the sporting men in inthe Inthe inthe
the country as the logical man to cbs challenge cb81leage cbsleage ¬
leage Billy Papke and decide for the thetime th thtime thee
time e being the possession of the mid middleweight middleweight middleweight ¬
dleweight championship made vacant vacantby vacantby CI1tby
by the death of Stanley KetebeL KetebeLManteU KetebeLMantelr KetehCLMantells
ManteU victory over Sullivan last lastnight Jastnlgbt lastnight
night whU t not as deancut as might mighthave mighthave t tbae
have been losired lc was nevertheless by bysnf bya bya
a snf suCkloD ncieir margin to remove all doubt doubti doubttbat doubtthat
i that he vas A1S the better fighter He tore tcreinto tcteInto toreInto
into the Bostonian Bo tontaD and gave him himbeatt a abeating abeating
beating beatt in the early rounds that allow altowed allowed allowed ¬
ed him to lead safely all the time The Thengat Thefight Thelight
fight was not marked by science or orEverybody orF orFM1
F FM1 m
Everybody Does DoesTm Doesrm
Tm rm thinking about rbouatwring writing a playW play playWell playWeII
Well W I forgive you if i you dont let it itge itg itgo
ge g any further furtherClevelDd Cleveland Leader LeaderYOUR LeaderYOtJR LeaderYOUR
15 15J 820 18 i820ewcorn 20andMor 20andMorNewc and More MoreNewcbrn
Newcbrn Newc ewcorn rnGreen 8 r Green GreenO een
1 1002 F StSaturday St Stopu
O opu Saturday Burnings
Harry Ha P ne Whkne Xlhitooy R I anks anksThrdrAmonlaers nks
Th Th1iaAmong ThrdrAmonlaers Among g gV W WIn f fIn =
V In England EnglandHarry
Harry Payne Whitney h k placed third 1IJ rdthe thirdas thirdHe
as the theof siedirVV OKaersiVtihe OKaersiVtihegsal Wt he
gsal yp S odl odlHe 11 11He
He won thirtyfive races and isy1txed Js cred credcan c
with i + 047f6 III lKiH man F w A AAIIIor AAstor
AIIIor is seventh 011 the Ita list wish nearly nearlyto iy
18 his credit Of die other Amen Amencan 1 1caa
can owners d wbo have figured in the theEnglish t1IerecordII theFtigish
English tart records dorms d the past pastyear JllUfA pastyear
year August A mimesjt stands aimed senondwith
with R 4 i9 toWs bin seae aawu a etthe iberesol iberesolof result resultof
of nine ahleWate1bw7 winning wlsid sg hers hoists sat ba7rreac ba7rreacWaterbury satxraac satxraacWaterbwry
Waterbury captured caut two racewider racewidernetted JMN 1
netted Mm t w i I Istrms 1James
iM James k xe AI not JtaYea have a stHn stsnretdeg
strms 8t and W wit B but use race tb 1iMG 1iMGor thernlceof lu luof
of which was IHNi > iiA9 H H B DIB7ea Duryeajmcd DuryeajmcdJ and andJ turdJ
J B Litgii both finished the thethe swag on on1IIr orthe
the same level ae Mr Keen Keener BibtrdCreker Jttebarri JttebarriCrofcer 1IhIIIarrtCrok
Crofcer < did DOt rae in Ba 3bgtSh13 JKiMtrxm JKiMtrxmbe t3
yot yotFer r 0
For the past two seafns JIr Ftri FtriII hldriehen
be hen possessed II II towers of euenbth it ttBaysrdo itBayardo itand
Bayardo n and Lembftg I emberg and tboaa balf balfbrothers al habrothers
brothers have been ifetr mstrumoacC tr trphvefenr 11 11dat
placing him at the bead of rUle the wtaetoc wIaainrowners wtaetocowners omoeWDenJ
owners two years in succflKsJoa 88t d Histotal His Hiswas H1
total w wisnlt for O l0 are Bet a great 1JeacIJeaI
cIJeaI was than in IS 1ft erg uemoerK won wonof wonof
tDJIi > of the S1 U5 1S7iS 7B with whteh Mr MrFairle MrFak1e liePakie
Fairle te credited as the result of the themo thf1I theradig >
mo radBgr rainyelgu There appeared appts < red a ajuootbiMty aJMHMIIb apusatbfity
juootbiMty ItT at one time that Lori Derby Derbymight Derb Derbmicht Derbymight
might eren en pass Katie aid be at t the thedose th theJe thedose
dose the best winner of tile seasonbut season eonbut seasonbut
but the ue1tIIIIrkaWe remarkable successes 81ICE of Xem Xembert LeInIIoved Losnberg
bert proved the chief barrier to ob obtatohig 00taiJ f
tatohig tamingthat that position Lord Derby I won wonthirtynine Wontblrt7nbIe wonthirtynine
thirtynine races In the course eaaneofthf of the thryear theyour
t year the most mO lt notable being th te St StLeger StI StLeger
I Leger which for or the first time la s its itshistory it itf ithistory
history rr went to the He Hciise H < 1Uie tae of Stanl Stanlth StU Stanley b bthe
f th the aid of Lwynford Lord IAnIwiImIIII Derby Derbywi D DwimanKB
wimanKB wi aanlRe totaled J11SGS J11SGSLord lD42LoEd UL ULLord
Lord Roseberry and nd Leopold de Both Rbthsehfld ROtbfollowed BothohVfd
sehfld followed Harry Payne Whitney Whitneyin
in the winning record and the first firstnamed jlrstD8BIM firstnamed
named had Xefl 3ow < chiefly to thank fhaakfor Qaanktor thankfor
for his position L L de Rothschd won wonthhty
1 thirty races with seventeen horses horsesLame borsesLoute DohesLoulll
Loute Wtoan whose horse Sir blartinwas Martin Martinwas
i was expected to win the Derby won wonfour wonfour wonfour
four races for a total of Sn jtiE76 KS white whiteLord whfTeLord whnLonl
Lord Dedes whose ettgnyement was wasrecently wasreceDtly wasrecently
recently announced to dries Vivian VivianGould V1Y1anGo8Jd YhianGould
Gould was credited with KM 1 4501 3 s the theresult thereauJt theresult
result of four victories victor The lat J late Kin KinSdward King KingUwanI KingEdward
Edward VII U is shown sb D to have was UOCtbefore J103 J103before a aMfore
before his death aeatJLSenDt7f deathSeventyfour deathSeventyfour
Seventyfour ur American bred horses horsewon horseswon j
won 131 31 races on the English Eng 8b turf dur during 4Iurlag durlug ¬
lag 1010 11 the > total winnings amounting amomttinarto
to C61795 1617 61 which places them second to toEnglishbred toEagttsbbn toli
Englishbred li d horses ho Australia returned ret1IrDedODe returnedone returnedone
one winning horse which captured capturedthree capturedOIree capturedthree
three races France e was represented representedwith repreee representedwith ted tedwith
with eleven eJe for a total of sixteen aces SeesGenaany acesGermany acesGermany
Germany and Holland each s sot nt on one onesuc onesuccessful a asuccessful
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