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Tiif! TULSA" DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY. J A N U A ft ? 15, 1 9 1 3 .
JERR Y ON THE JOB And Nozv the Crime Is On the Kid's Shoulders By Hoban l,c" CViVrti Tur fvt5i" PsC rviQ. tAlO VJE OOMT EXPECT "TO LWAV A PA0 r vm UGSoufnoM wetoaw p-M each oa-nou Jtw is; ,MSS5U i. 7- fi tovex. tmcmr.-nuT ocaiiv 1 .''I II OUT THEUC FCA. AW OLu --v I II I W .ln 7 IT I TO' IH JtKrtt win me v- :J . P hv,i 'r.:. - v V ( wc, -wit. I I V. kGKFy yJSVA n xusr-WouOW. A kH i V..f - f S wi-wi m -VF 'WEEKS' J v r v a 0 'A m loan ( v. , y v 7t- t V ', ffc s r1 ii "I '. V. ! Ul IH , " I"' ' ml I h i i I ,i n.i v ' II 1 1 in. mi I. .1 I In' I .1 H I I IK'il I GOTHAM STATE MAY : CHANGE RING GAME; GIANTS IMPROVE TEXAS QUARTERS !r;if An1 I .udiiuii!'; Au'.iin; SHrt in I' ViW W'rW. Slirflil.lll llaii.l Dol, - Out U.l.srl S. SmIiic .M V I 1 1 1 1 .iIh.u: I. IN, T. of i in- c l'..,i mil Mil ; i ,m . , .1.1! . .; I I II I. I I ilfl ,l rl ,1.1 Ji.'l Him. live iis r t - i ln'l i ' In 1 1 1 1 I ti i ' lot" IliTi'S. Illillls lill I)l' t I'll 1 1 1 1 1 1 c U U.-l l- I'll t tint tin- N l,ii;ni. rluli will i;il i: VI. (Wiiiii'ii f..l' NKVV VuKK mill Mippi'i I'M In New ink ii irt'iniliiiii'ii tin' -n i : i : i d.v.v Tin- I nl'i'il I'i'i'sil .1.111 I I I'l.llllV t'l h i,( I h- Imhii k K ' ' i ' ; lr I UK vvllli mhiio . 1 1 It :) i f tin- ni" liinri'iinr, i lmrli-.-i .s. v Hit mini, nim IiIh .hIiiiiiiIsII'iiIIiiM. ImMiiil llu I-'vhw-lc I. III. Hllh'h h.n li'K:ili-.'."il I'Mi rnllPil, lnl-il.'. Nlun liiiuls hrri' I'nl il li.nt; linn' I'im misIimiI rnni'TH In hli'il'lllli; r'p'lci iil'f In tilt' t'l'lirl tll.it I tin llrtt .lilllllliKtl'iltliill 1.1 i iilllt'lll- I'l.uinu rtM nlHll'imi! y mi'iiMiin's. li 1-1 iiiiiium w liifli Is llii' iilinlltKiu nf til" nil. -in in .sy.st'Mn. ( i i iMiinr W'liiiimiii, It N hii.H f.i i tii lily I'uiiimt'iiti'il pi'.iiivMltnn uf pi.ttliiK tlif sum h:iliN of mil- (mill. I m In tin i hill tlif iM't'si'iil ruiiimitsl iM hhI' t Ii IV' llll'll. Mini 1 1 si. mi- ilmsiiiisf.n t Ion nviM' I ii'ii.i I slvi' rhiilifc;! s lli.ll I hi", ll.n df I In- .-.i inc. I,i :nl iiiinin lull 1 1 in u. Mm i I I i c 1 1 1 t'.si-nl .i III ;i few il;iy .in 1 1 1 1 1 i . q 11 1 I I I'I'M. t V ( i k imiUc c Fullerton Sees Star Second Baseman In Phelan A Coming Evers it i:k'.( 'ii -vv.v i:m 1 1 s m r : (i. i -. i : i i.i.i ant i.m'iki.i ti:it i'i:kki; AD MAN At : KJITNT. ALMOST r.l'INKJ) SHACKELFORD TAKES FIRST GOLF TROPHY J 1 1: III ( Hi., .mi' il'nii i t V llltn liii.'-sc It I now s i 1 1 1 1 i li te l.l l 1.111 will lie In America (ml df the S. I TI.I.KCTON. I liivlicl inn : Arthur I'lic niic nf tlic licsi iiificlilci s n 11(1 HO IMteii lu ll. I I' tlio en.snii. I'lielnn was down KENDALLITES OPEN WITH SOONER TEAM TY(. ( Km ii to ' l fS Act-o I Sliuillil ril in1'- I'm- K now II, mi the i. In Hid I'niw 1 1 n coii- ere h.H I. ecu tin IllnlllliT I hi' contest lUKI't'Ka I Inns ;il 1 , I oiili; lit nIii iislriitioii of Ihc t he i ill.) , In- I Willi Ml.' K'llllllll i(.tli-K' n.iskcl- I'l.ll Ii In lip top sli.i n- ami t he 1 S' . 1 1 I- Icnill ll.l'.inn il sillily of r- tnr.i s to t heir el eilil t W cell lll-' C t W O I ol li'i;e i: III n.lsl 11 lU'OVO li ('1st I ' 1 1 1 In win.' Iilhe sport Is coinlnctcil. 'H'l'l"!' ' 1 1 mime. Stippoitei.s of the present coin m is I Althtuch KelKl.iII luis tricil her inn arc polntln,. out t.. new nfflcl.il.s ni''Hl( ly with lcinis nf h in h .school the recent icpoi t of ih" ' . f i mission's : ( l.iss, the K.imc put up hy the linll-si'ci-il.iry ('hail.-. Ilaivr. In w lilcll ' v "''I I'liv 1 1 proves wlllinut .'I ilouhl It was s'.el fot'h tin- Male ol.l. line. I it j 1 1; it she i. eavlly In the iinivcrsily si immi ir.iui t he i i lass ;is a ' iciip; team niii;iii"ln:i (H'- ..,r. It Is alio point-I I' lied a lain'' margin I lie l.ius iii in issi. . has lii'iMi I'i'i'.i' Snrili's, al.iays a t h se rival of i a. MP in iialnsl cliihs the stale It am. haltlcs. A lhe pi .'llnilna I matili liilwoeii Haskell ut Fort Mi. let. I'Ta., when he read thai Mananer Htcsnaluin was IooMhk for a .sccnml liaseman and he at olio w rote to I'i ('.-.Lieut Thumas sh.vIuk: "Ooii't (iu ami ItoKcr o'.cilooU me while ranting around for li second liaseinan. If ynu Kd a new inaa, he Mine to tnl II I it I en, nl one or I will he foiccil lo heat him out of his joh." That letter Is enounli. I'lielnn has found confidi nct in himself ami he will he the Heroin! hllHeiiian and one of the Inst. Last year his case was iilmnsi a Irai'dy. His career came near hi'l ur ruined hy had miniate nienl. riiilan came to lhe t'nlis from I 'incinnii 1 1. Two months after he w as Willi the lentil he remarked to me: "I've learned more hasehall playluc, aloimsliie" Kvei'M lhree weeks than I ever learned in" iwo ears Willi I'ln t'iiinatl." I spoke lo Kii'ik ahoiil li and he re marked: "IMiclan is coimnti at '"l1 Miced. Vou run .see him improving lie Is hound lo he one of the hest men in the husiiic-s." 1 iifoiliinatelv for I'htlan, O'Oa.v tint the cluh mid Kver.M Iho rail o'liay hroiiKht with him pri'JildireH against I'helati held over from hi.i I 'I nrln iiul I experience, aide to see the Cuhs Ira for an inficlder man In the business It was laui;h- .scouniiK Ami'l' With the hest who was avail ed fori f. yi I: riM cnue of al K.inie the past nut the d to take iiuitiliK up lake ami sham I naivi's uillcroiis. , However, there Is dl.isiitlsf.ictioniAiiriciiliiir.il icho'd of llrnken Arrow over the state of "the iiiand ohl I Is scheduled f..r toiilehl. The rnllt Kt , tin id p l 1 1 in I Ma l mat iti " team and I O.B. GIVES HER SIDE IN FED SUIT name" here. Tims., imt in s inpal h i With the c. illiniis.sli.il hale laid c!il(tK''S of t'livurltlsiii al Its dour. These (halites Mel out that the cnnniission tut fanieil i ell. nil i l"l's with attrac tive shows, while p . Mini! (il'sl.n'les In tht! p.llhs nf others TI pstale Ice, Islitpe elenielil. it Ii i.ml.'i -.11111.1, Is lhe i".. .si simimlv opposed in i he in. in ner In iv Inch lhe -putt Is I.. Itu; i'"H- i. nh. "It'' Mill Ini;. The conlt at it'l l'.. ... I'lie Sooner-' w ill el tloi II t la in (nil. iv a lu' In u ,,: K mil i .lui'int; the w ill st.-irl I'V ( II- mptiy ! dueled I .-ti mi' eh el' lhe i .1 til- fie. '.V In w Ii Pin I I Is a ut is In c entire i w h i-ipel i IK t he all w 1 I. I'' In t ll 'th 111 ! Ii 1 1 .lei. I It' ,.!, '. il this .lltlnn ...1 f , .sse.l at know n .ills are artic on an aft m I pioh.ihly Inn e In familiarize tliem i.ull duilliK the late tale leani Is lhoui;hl est In their history, far I'i'tlcl 1 1 in ti in s.'h cs w ith i he i al'teri 11. Tlic tn he I he si run;; while Kendall I- ain imnier sea-..ni. A ilow ii'iivi u . In n i " n si 1 al i. li 11 1 11 Itel't i .11 In lhe ,( III!' ( II est el il.n h t he i iilleite ther Mil! he pul led I oda y. 1 e st i en; eM r Men ice to ami i . 'I Icne ha ' heen a i ra nm d m t. w as hand an at put ami Adc li oui xt of ATi(livit Mutilates o1 Filed M.ulc lu ll H V( ;i i. Jan. I I V. cry Huh . f the Atneticati and National s, lhe presldelils of the leagues nun' in i u t . t J 'utile maiuites will l'l'.la lis kIviiir lhe side of or- I I ep.d I I I' ll. At ' ,t.S r lie. .mi IV I lias i t hat ,Ui:i poim l.iit lhe ,p la s .iiialll The iv M.iK.'e, .ti S.l it pert. Tel 11 Htan.lhik: !l an. .'Hi; the The 1.'. "I .ts till'- i m; i 'i 'I This l'. 1 leW is p., I I" 1.1. .Ill I 1 .lull', M .1.'. 1,1. msl l.'l l.lsl X M ICe. ''Ill' I.I lis I. ' fl.'t V. ill. hi i W S I ''ll' I 11 t II 1,1 I an, plun .IS pi Ihc i .(.'I'lisiiim .sI'.klKlUK i 1 .,.,,s I 'I a pun at Vis, last veil Iphl i ai' st still'. his l, iin lean !' ii h l's nf i: ' M.IK.'i "s I l a i I s a re e pelitl.llll ( hit ha in I Shr- .ttleldiM'. a team h.ittnu II Is was d ; s ill. I lot not w it h -is IiikIi si iikl iters, dit for si leal. CINCINNATI GETS DOOIN NEXT YEAR OW II ha'-: and I'll,' . ealu.'d hasehall IciH'iie's ;i ti I i-t rusl was said tnd.iv. I limit of the Amen .let'nnau of the ( and chali mini of .ISC k&$rY my) t " 'sr. anlu shunt; on their nu.i heiirh. National league inanarcrH weir 1 1 1 H for u chance to Kiuli I'helau if the I'uh.s asked w ah ers a ml not until th little fellow iiKserted himself did tin lua nar.enie.nt realize what I hoy had. FED SUIT SETTLED SOON, HEADS AGREE Will lie Settled line lor all i mis to Traiii. ATl.ANTIf CITY, N. .1., Jan. 14. J. Shaehftlford of the Home dub won the i hamplciishlp trophy at tho first mid-wlTiter tournatnent of tho Seavlew (iolf cluh at Ahseron today. ll(j del'ented J. C. 1'urrlsh, Jr., or the National polf links, four up and two to play In the final round. HEAVY BOYS ARE READY FOR BOUT Hunks Join Kcscrvo System. WASHINGTON, .Ian. 11.- The fed eral rewerve hoard today announced admission of the First Stale hank of UouliHin, Texan, Cltl.cns' State hank of Memphis, Term., and First Guar antee State hank of Fittshurif. Texaa, Into tho federal reserve .system. ARBITRATION ON BASEBALL GIVEN Af't'eets i'layers and Clubs in Tinted States and Canada. Wil- (lood Preliminaries Are Ar ranged for Tonight's I5. M. A. C. than memhers of other unions in rail way sen Ire No mad. he opined, would employ a machinist who had hern on strike on another road. ' 1 1 1 1 . A I . I ! I . I ' 1 1 1 V. S, l t. f I'liihidelphia louUhl that Man. liter He ( ha rl. s I' t,h llnlinced offer "f nail and a cutitrae Helms fri."m his offer. tta. I .Ian I I n ii ic i- m.iiiaKt'i Nathmals, uri hc accepted the IV"H nf I'lnctn- Ihat he whs 'ready to sIkii t with I hat rluli al any t line, sta'e.l over the lelephonfi home in Man laud that his w Inch w as for a t wo yea i at tii.iiiln a M'.ir, still si run i . f a lt I- hll.K slafl w hi.' i k I lie the I ll ii i u If In III" path i his I I la lit i lew. K it In K.lker . 1 1: roe in I Inn Ill's mi lilm. I he ' the I ' 'I that ulnht lelphla W I 1 1 1 I ask f. I'resiilcnt cluh hail icceile Id Wilhcls III tlie lederal suit next week, it II. Jnlinsun, iresl an Icaktue; Aiiu'ust liicinnat'i Nationals the national com mission, and President ( 'harles Thorn -as of the Chlcano Natlomils already had prrparcil al'lidavils, and today flnnles Comlskei' of the -ChliaK" Americans and Kohcrl HedKes of the St. I.ouls Amerlciins. (Uestloiied hy at torneys for oranl.cU hall here, nave lln'lr t. sliinniiy. Th" text of the a fl u la i its was not made pul. lie, hnl In a (general wav they arc said to contain statements dclii in .j- that hasehall under the Na lioiuil aurrrii.rnl is lot a trust; thai II has proved a hlcsMiiit to hall play ers and denvlm; the Federal charr.es. Kali players I he inscl es will not he sl-.e.l l.."l h I to t, as. h. stiti II. on the side of ornan. P.- sp.'l I n pli n Mi. n i I..- f,.r II th- 1ml f . k.' , the pi'' ' 1 I X ' 1 A ' I'.f pi I' ll.lll "f w lilt her I Ii !, , 111 1 ! I el S 'In '1 In, s( 111 , a II stn a k I. il.' 1 i I I '. I"M Ullh the spot line el t at'out i 11 nf the I nit coi;.-e. lends (..Him ei'.O ; :..,.tl ' it f, . 1 1 1 1 a , 1 1 , i a ,in ;p lllni'lIK I'l'lil! i r a ' n : et I .' luce's .,i ins cf a' hi. II t a n .t It ills Is ! In 1 Ic c. I till' innl he ic w ho . rliriK e i look at t in .( hlch uU'.S pushed ( X elf',. " I ills This ne-fni'.l I h I d Slates i Willi a . - ' OUR SPORT PRIMER !7i IV iVrl.v l. ei i I tl -t ai d i.i- .In rs .1 1' he Me t he Ni l t'lln? f" r up the ran' marathon ershri and Va"ke,'s has k (iiiI'li-. li and (lie fans are k. uttenthu, '" th t ext ) ear th in I is .1 mid lllll'.l'eu t H'i fornti'i i Tin1 loss t ho t li i titu JT.T.eini. ;n w mil l half the I ii. nits ( , tolier to the i I'li.rt t" hot on N w h Jims I f.ijl'T t.'i! I li in a in I i , 1 1 i V "i h 1 1 la n's r'h utit'l"K ' team f lhe I u ,1 1 1 1 1; .lell II I ilil II' ullll! '' e Allli'll, ,111 last Thi'i ,rl s a la lea t u ilea 1 1 h son in I tin . Ini u i'i sill 1 1 I .. r r t (ai ini if ,.M 'llll'.--dt si inies i-tf.tlti tu I ;t i . p. n- uf ml II nf th' . a I. .t uf It f.K'll'e l.'l umle , K re ( lull I.', .lawn hush :,,lar i ,.f : i r. tin ' ' ( tnl opio th I si p, IH'Ull st ', it t Ml I uf j e l l-llel cs 1 he series j I 111 four K lues ll.lil d I he M.ll k 'n. tl last 1 Sherwo"! M mec's tr ii's't-ri llil'ipn.n Ht'iitu was unite aj i M.-'ilaw's In. pes, fur he wasl t he trail of t l.e li'.lKKillH I'hll. I lni .enteied his hupen on j i.l.dlt. I ...I.. 1 1 Is a (...(mli i- hall i ni. rl one w In. in M, ( aid hia lerln 1 is In in the lie!hi of tie r ,w r. ntinif P'Mlll tit luh rat e. Hpe t!"nie rei-t-.r r:;. m tn a .1 i ot s hrerl likely lie will carry out h'f !:ef h v he assumed the heltu. (!; mti ami Chance, his predeces- la'lnn Is rite renal. I. iv the.it. VVihl IfilT Itontnutl. I IM.". (II- i.f the Yanks, will take In ids i' if his team. Iiotioxaii lias the itit.ti nf heinn the orlnliiil h ir ii .in ' on n hall rluli ami it is I WHV DOES THE. NAM SIT SO SIT UL ? H I SH-H , MV CHILD , HE IS K CHAMPION 1 WALKER . IF HE. SHOULD WALK. NOW I 1 PEOPLE. COULD -SEE. HIM DOING IT WITH- 1 I OUT PAVING, AND, AS NO ONE. WILL PAY 1 I TO SEE HIM WALK. , HE MUST Sir. STILL I ALL THF. PEMAINPER QP HIS 1 IFF. Jl ClIH'Aiio, Ian. II. Speedy deter mination of the i n j u in lion proceKiliiiBS institnt(M hy the Federal league to restrain oiKani.ed liasrhall from in . tcrferlnn with Its operations ami players is expected when the case Is opened here next Wednesday lief ore .Indue l.andis lu lhe ("tilted Stales dis trict court. Hnth officials of the Federals and leaders of the oi'Kani.atloii forces n re amei'tl on this point, It was learned louay. l iit'i rxpiesNt'd inc. opinion i j,lt that lhe rase will he derided ill ample time to allow the clulm of the three IraeiKM to Mart tlu'if .siirtiiK truitiinK t rips as plan tied. i AurusI lleriinann, chairninn of the national hast hall couiiiiImMoii, held ti Conference with attorneys for organ ized hasehall today, al which work of frumitiK a defence for the charges hrouht by the Folcrals wa contin ued. I lei rnia tin, on Monday, planned to hold a final conference with John : K. Truer, president of the National league. In regard to lhe plans of de fense. "WV mi ri Ii are preii-arlng our testi : motiy in Hie o;iu of affidavits," Herr- 1 1 n ll 1 1 k.i id. James A. Oilmore, president of the Federal league, and It. It. Johnson, president of the American league, snld they helh'ved lhe rami would he de rided within a short time. INSURANCE FOR NEGROES IS HIGH Wrln-d si: mi; In I aitrland, soldiers to Potent Ion Camps. NlHiN, Jan. 1 4. ( 3 : " ," p v i'hmit. Taken M'N'lxiN, Jan. 1 4.- ( 3 : " ,". p. m.t l.rnit two hundied (lerman ol fleers unit 'nme!i resrinsi after the naval eni-'a veinent ht-twoen tile Herman and lirillsh S'luadrotiH off the Falkland Islands, In the .southern Atlantic, on lieeemher ,x, arrived today In Kng- I ;!! I were taken to detention camps. As the tiermuii sailors inarched through the Htreets they appeiired . to he quite contented, cheering their comrades as the squads i."pa rated. AFHFItN, X. Y Jan. IF Chair man John 11. Farrell of the national hoard of arbitration of the National Association of Professional Pnseball Leagues, today gave out these do clslon.i nffer'ling players and flubs in tho Fnited Stales and Canada: Claims di.ia Mowed: Elmer Ponder against Hirmlnghaiu, Ala. Services of players awarded bur Crouch to liallas, Texas. The following players in major and minor league baseball have been re leaied by purchase: Waterbury, Conn., Jack Frost to New Orleans; Atlanta, Ua., Joe luinn to Dallas, Texas; Hamilton, Ontario, Pat Dougherty to Utrminghiini, Ala.; Nashville, Tenn., Walter Dayton to Durham. X. C .: John L. I.lnd.iey to Memphis, Tenn.; Uarlne, Wis., Thomas McCabe to Nashville, Tenn.i Sehna, Ala., Floyd Farmer to Nash ville, Tenn.; Memphis, Tenn., Dolly Stark to Nashville and James Mullen to Scranton, Pa.; Seranton, Pa., Mo Murray to Fort Worth, Texas; nak tna c.l I? il li Mnrnhv to New I H leans; Nevv Orleans, W. (. Llnd-Jl'iy ho has met nay to Oakland, Cal.; Portsmouth. (,. Fiiwards, Itacgau and Franclseo to San Antonio. Texas; St. Joseph, Mo., Purrell to Waco, Texas; Keglnu, Sask., I". 11. Herrlott to Fort Worth, Texas; Fort Worth, Texas, F.berlinu to Ke glna, S'isk ; McAleHter, Ok la., Tom Weeks to Fort Worth, Texas. Mls-i I tog ers Is Married. PFiM.IN, iu I.ondon, Jan. 14. (D) "ii . m.) Miss Fllzabeth P.eld Kngcis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs nir: miii' iuii.iiNi iu: MNF.s. Ki'-h.-Vd Iteld Kogers of Washington, D. ('., w as married at noun today Trinity church to Prince Christian of lle-e. The .prince is a nephew of the (lerman empress ami is a captain In the (ieiinan army. Men liiiiitmen Construction Slumped JXirlng 1911. WASIIINtiTt "X, Jan. 14. Amer ican merchant ship building' declined 33 per cent in point of tonnage In 1914, compared with 1913, and about twenty-thre!1 per cent In the number of vessels. During the year, l,lt3 vessels of all classes, excepting war ships, were built, the department of commerce unnouticed today, com parixl with 1,501 vessels built In 1913. The 1914 tonnage was 255,6:10. against In 382,569 tons In 1913. Including warship tonnage, the year's ship building exceeded the 1913 total, but the official statistics do not include this class. IUimT. Men rc l's lloouivcfiil I aiiri grncles. Claim rndrrwrlleri. In CHICACO. Jan. 14. Actuarial tables Introduced today at the rail road wage arbitration showed that in surance companies charge a higher rate of insurance for negro firemen than for their white brethren. "This," explained Dr. W. H. Cory, the witness, "Is because the negro is considered less callable, less re- i soiireeful in emergencies Mian the w liiie man and his liability to d incase is greater." No Insurance company desires en- gineers and firemen on Its books, 1 Doctor Cory said, because of the high I risk and where they do write Insur . anee for them It Is at excess rates. I 11. X. Deetiire explained thnt rail i roads) require applicants for work to sign away their right to recover for I injuries and pro' Ide Information of ! their hlstoi ics. which, he snld, could j be used as a sort of blacklist. lie said that lie knrw personally cf one Instance of black listing and I James ,M. Sheran. attorney for th i railroads, broke Into tho direct n- with a request for the the offending- nupcrintend- a miration i mime of ' cut. i 'May I ! ler. w ho 'that there J mi to get suggest. .iid W. S. Car w n i ex, i nuiiing Deguire, will be plenty of time for this informatlou-fln cross examination. Shrean apologized, but adjourn ment was taken for the night without reaching cross examination. Cartel remaiked that the I trot bet hoods of Kiglliemeii he thought were freer ft om the menace of the blacklist TEXAS TATE, MORRIS' PARTNER The boxing- fans of Tulsa are ex pected to turn out en ma.--se for the big henvywelght contest at the li. M, A. C tonight. Moth Texas Tate and Grant finished their heavy training yesterday afternoon before fully 700 fans, whluh taxed the capacity of the club rooms. Carl Morris, who worked with Texas Tnte, Jlminle Kelly and Jack Scott and Steve Hullare, w ho worked with Grant, furnished plenty of en tertainment for the audience. Itoth Grant and Tate are la fine form, each confidently and anxiously awaiting the. Bong- that will send them to tho firing line. Each contestant expects to open up with a lull battery oT heavy kuiis In the first session, Itotli Almoin. Tate Is every anxious to win over Grant, as it will open his w ay 'to many bouts In Kansus City, where Grant Is a favorite. He is to meet Sailor Car roll there next week. Tate figures that If he can defeat Grant he can secure this bout with the sailor.' Grant Is also anxious to defeat Title, as It will win him a reputation in this state and will give hlui an opportun ity to secure many matches here. The amusing Incident of yesterday's training came at the close of the workouts, when Carl .Morris and Tommy Dixon . engaged In a heated argument over their respective. protege's chance of winning, and so heated did the argument become that It looked at one time as If the famous little featherweight would try hln fa vorite punch on Morris. There Is as much rivalry between Morris and Dixon as there is between Grant and Tate, and they will engage In a battle of wits from each mann corner. Preliminaries Good. ' i, The preliminaries are expected to be the best yet staged, as nil contes tants have been training hard. The semi-final will show "one-Hound" Prater In action against th'e tonughesl Young: Joe KU'ort is ine youngsters name. He comes with a reputation that entitles liTm to a try at the wildcat. The advance seat sale Is going with a vim that means a big house and is being conducted at the Crescent hotel. JUAREZ RACE ENTRIES II AKK'i HACK KNTIli KM I I HS T RACK I'll riid, thrfu finloinjl : Kuc .luliett H'J, Whispering llopo Ken 11-. laiU ll'J. eltis Venn ll'J, l.ittln Butifir It'.'. Mmlmu 11J, liva HJ. (. Shu Inn l.'ivuii Spri'rkl.'S, ) SKCO.XIi HACK Hulling five mil one luif furli.iqtii Kffl Jln.v ' 8S, .Slinrewa H. llret'iur 9."i, Punhacliipi 100. Kitty Sinn flidtl 1HT, Sllvnr Ton 107, Kdinnnd AiUnm 107. (Jr-fen Hid in?. Murtent ( ha.cn 110, Churlei (teeti III), Nifty 1(0. Spimt.il- .Ininx tin, Fred lirew llii, Nulile (iiaiul 110, Vi.il Ic 1(0. Tlllltl) RACE Selling mils: Woof. Bri,, Fulrly lis, Poll 10.1, Kyt While IDS, Mori Cofhlll 101, Lady .Mint lull. Tho Cinder lilt, KuiiKull Hull HIS. ('. W. Kriinnii 10. Vnlndar II Id. Brando 11J, Blue BfHrd 112 KOI'HTH RACK llaniliiip, lx furlong: Be 10'J. (' loreuee ltohoit Kill. Cnlniirl Mnr.liinoni 108, ('lirut,Mililii IDS. tltlirllo 11. -i. KUTH RACK--Helling. fjvs fnrl.in;: FIoksIk S4. ItnslrU !H, lunimr Buv loo. Wild B(r loo, Any Time 104, Ann' Tilly 103, (linpltf lOa, Bcrniuiliaa liirt, IlHiiminy ln7. I'riio 107. I'rltU of I.Unior 107, Balder Ini). Imperiitor IHO, Heiier lua, l'u Streak IU SIXTH UUK Mil..: Fort Sumter 1 HO. rirmd 100, Waverinif (DM. V'nUdiiy jr. 105 Kilgerald In., Co,ly nj, Traniait ins. Wevaunl. IDS. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE OF YALE ANNOUNCED NFW 1IAVHX. Jan. II. The Yale university football schedule for next tall, announced tonight, contains only ono change from last year The Springfield V. M. C. A. college will lake the plnco of Nolle Darne. With the exception of the annual contest with Harvard, which will he played at Cambridge, all the game will be played In the Bowl. UK. IIMMIIMIS aiii: sr. i .Fit. Ity a lg-Miaped. Stones Owe Worn Queen of llgypt. XKW YOIIK. Jan. 14. Treasury ag'entg today seized irom A. Anplkad Jan, a resilient of Constantinople now lu tnl city, two ceg-liaid diamonds weighing more than eighteen carats each and said to have heen worn cen turies ago by a queen of F.gypt. Th diamonds are said to he of great value, not only because of their size and tpiulity. but because of their nn tl(Ully. Collector of the Port Dudley Field Malone directed the seizure of the jewels. THK VANISHING JI'WKIH," TlHrd Kplsoslo. "I'xplolts of :lalllO.,, LMI'ltFiSS TtlV.