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rmTtsn.w, ri:m:r.nv 3, 19 11 THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TTVTE3. TOE CONSENSUS OF OPINION IS FAVORABLE TO THE INCOME TAX. By Goldberg. 44 TO 22 SC 3AYL0R TO GET WILLIE RITCHIE AGGIES WALLOP NOTRE DIME Bf Indianapolis Fighter One of Three Men Scheduled to Meet the Champion When Latter Reaches Australia. JIY V. W. XAl GIITOX. fax FKANcrsco, Fh. "Snowy" Baker, tho Australian pro moter, ha.s reached an agr :u nt with ChrtmpUin Willi" Kitrhie in re gard to a trip to Aui-tralia, In the t,vf-nt of winning from "Har lem Tommy" Murphy la Saji Ir;m is co in April, Ritchie has promised to make the trip to .Sydney ami eni(ag In several bouts in Baker's Bushcut tcrs Lay st.vllum. "Wo have not entered into a con tract hut have had an understanding." aid Baker. "I'Jtchie will pr .bably reach Sydney next Juik; and I expect to havo three opponents ready for him. As far a.s I can Judge at pr s f nt, ho will be called on to met t Young fcalor of Indianapolis. Ir.d.. a lightweight, and Hero McCoy, who :-lnc Mehegan's deft.it, rnks us the best lightweight we have. "PoRsibly I will Import another lightweight from this country who will be Ritchie's third opponent. I intond to approach Joe Alzeedo, the Oakland boxer, on the subject, but at that I may select some boy from one of the eastern cities." Baker will wait and se- how the Petroskey-Clabby hgnt in Los Ange ics comes out and If Clabby wins will try to necure the Indiana boy for a series of Louts In Australia. Hiker has in view a Clabby-L'ddio McCoorty match for tho world's middleweight championship. ARENA IS QUESTION'. CHICAGO, Feb. 5. Here is the way It stands now: Charlie White and Ad WolgJtst are "matched to box ten rounds or less on Feb. 27 in Milwau kee, Hit they don't know ir which arena they are going to trade wallop. Tom Jones pays as much, and he ought to know. Nate Lewis, White's manager, was firmly convinced that the lightweights were to tight where they collided before, in Frank Mul kf.rn's hippodrome rinu, but he now admits that he may be wrong. He held a conference with Jones Wednes day, and does not know who has the match, Mulkern or Tom Andrews. The merry old feud of the promot ers Is f t 111 on. it jeems. Mulkrrn claims he has Wolgast's forfeit money in his pt:!t and that Ad can't light for an body el.Sv. Jonc appears to he doubtfu". about this and allows that And rev.-.-. still has a chance to get the match unless Mul kern comes through with certain con cessions. Jones and Wolgast will leave for Cincinnati Saturday, where Ad will do n week's turn on th stau'e. start ing Sunday. After the theatrical work he will box Tommy Cary in the same ity on the 10th. White no-. ts Jimmy Duffy in r.uffalo the following evening. Both l"y should get good workouts fr the Milwaukee whirl. Jones has Wolgast signeo with John nie Dundee for a New York bout, but it will not interfere with his match with White. McFarland Lea e. Tackey McFarland is supposed to have- grabbed a train for the vicinity of Broadway Wednesday, though his manager. Kmil Thlry, and the folks at the McFarland home did not say whether he le't or not. He was not seen alnut Ids accustomed haunts, however, and his departure probably Think Wh at it M eans Every Solitary 1 & MARX $30, $27.50, $25, $22.50 UADT CPU A OTW Overcoat in the store choice for m AH sizes all models. In Si .4. t-f IT I , I 1 J 1 0 - j IS A 1 ME THIvJG- THE FAR of GiuifJG u? ?at of "meR cArugs ee?s pePie PRo. Kep mp from cScttimg V.i. ; '""y ct jft35fVLorA J. jrKi ikJsecjt says. 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The visitors were weakened y the absence of their stars and a result the team work of the S'juad was not up to par. The Notre Dame fquad was handieaoped ly the M. A. C. lloor and seemed unable to hit Its t ride. Kearney and Fltzprerald put up a splendid ti.cht for the visitor? and caed several baskets, but were un able to overcome the early lead taken the At;i;le. FreeniR" and Goss bv was not a.s secret as it was intended to be. It is said Promoter r.illy?ibson of New York expected McFarland in Iotharn Thursday. The two men will confer over the (libbons-.McFarland match and it may be the men will come together In March after all, tnough there are few who really be lieve the bi bout will be staged. BOWLING SCORES l'jjv.s' u:(.ri:. lli)i )KS Parker . J.ovv Score Stephenson Hub. r . . . Achenbach 1 Iandi-ap Totals . CIIAUMS- 1 1 i::t i::2 171 171 2'H 20 1 ;:; l : 201 i oo lis I 7J 171 2el 1M 4 'J2o SS" r. 4 s 172 4S! ;)2 Fullerton Sums Up Chances of New Big League Cimmerman ....111 1?.4 147 22 Longshore 137 1S" 1G4 4s Sore 1S' 17i 192 570 Sponholtz 134 14 0 121 401 Mel 'arty 1 33 122 134 3S9 Handicap . ...201 201. 201 603 Totals S&3 99 0 0 5i 2S4 4 axti.i : us- i.i-:ac; r i:. p.roKS ' Oltsch 199 1K7 l.ir, .'22 Farabaugh 100 IIS 1G2 470 'Moore 107 102 147 50C Hnle 19.-, 1ST 153 535 Wilmer 179 200 1 40 519 Handicap . ...Ill 111 114 34 2 Totals 1050 09S S52 2900 P.PCKTAILS Hart 193 191 245 629 Casmier 12 157 107 506 Walters 171 169 191 531 ' Dolph 170 200 173 549 Campbell ISO 203 203 5SC Handicap ....17 17 17 51 Totals 919 937 996 2S52 i:lks' i.ilvgiti:. ir: FPvS Mueller 17 ICS 1 HO 505 Pauer 147 142 141 430 Freehafer ISO 137 172 4S9 N'usshart 115 7S 129 322 Vermin 137 174 13S 2 SO Handicap . ...212 212 212 630 Totals 90S 911 9 42 2S21 HAIKS Wilhrlm 134 100 119 353 Stood; ley 9 4 100 116 31 Melver Ill 14S 141 400 Man ison 9 7 9 7 107 30 7 Heekt US 137 152 407 Handicap . 342 342 342 102G Totals 900 930 977 2S13 sTiii:i5AKi;ii i.uvgvi:. II IMS F. Piekelhaupt ..1 47 133 123 403 Kimbl.. 150 145 1 47 4 IS Kwney if.s 177 501 Strong 130 177 161 4 74 Zilky 15S 141 15 "i 4 5 1 Handicap . .. 152 152 152 450 Totals 907 925 904 2730 t n;i;i:s Praman 129 151 137 417 I Voi key 1 I 3 1 73 1 70 4S0 U'ederholm 101 124 151 370 WaterHeld 150 107 1 10 379 Wolf 107 105 159 491 Handicap . ...ISO lso ISO 540 to Make Good nv HL;ir s. l'ri.ucKTo.v. Federal leaguers have made such strides toward forming their playing circuit and such successful inroads upon organized ball in the hist fort night that we have three major leagues. Possibly major is too big; at least we have three Captain leagues. In spite of the declarations of the leaders of organized baseball that the Federal would not la-st, and their rather less cocky declaration that it will not start the season. It has under contract enough players of first class and average ability to form eight clubs. Of the players it has taken from the major leagues whose names 1 know, at least 17 are above the aver age oi major league ability. The oth ers whose names I know are average players. The Federals have recruited, according to inside information. 12 minor league stars. One cannot judge the calibre of the league until its roster is complete and the players assigned to the clubs. The Chicago club is practically complete. I have been furnished with a. practic ally full list of its players in confi dence in order to make a comparison. The team under Tinker, on paper, is stronger than four of the National league clubs and stronger than two of the American league clubs. The St. Louis club of the Federals. Tinker believes, will be almost as strong and in some departments stronger. From a partial list of its men it seems a team that would rate well in either of tho old leagues. From the basis already secured Kansas City, Pittsburgh and Indian apolis will have Class AA rating clubs, even if they fail to improve the lineup. To my surprise the western Federal league managers are beginning to fear the strength of Hanlon's Baltimore team. Knabe and Hanlon have been doing some tall hustling, and. while no one has announced it yet, they have one corking National league player. Buffalo and Toronto, of course, were later getting Into the scramble and have been slower in forming. Now the promoters are bending every effort to helping the weaker clubs re cruit players. It is evident the Federals have about completed the gleaning of major league players, although they have a few prospects. Also, here is a quiet tip: Look out for a big surprise when the White Sox-Giant tourists reach home. The Federals, win or lose, have made a wonderful record thus far. Their campaign has been waged wise ly. Their policy has been to raid weak clubs and take their best play erp, so as to make the major league races lop sided. If the Federal league has a ding-dong fighting race, with all the clul3 bunched, while the other leagues are strung out ina hopeless procession IF, I sp,y IF "17 eaerais re tomm? rast! u. V -5 1 r -A TI1LEI0ERS110 r0R LEADERS were the stars for the Aggies and their work was responsible for tho larger share of the locals' baskets. Six students were Injured, non seriously, and 1,200 persons vvrn nearly panic-stricken when a section f seats occupied by spectators col lapsed. Half a dozen heavy seats fell ten feet into a group of co-eds, but all escaped with minor injuries. Vatz and Frimodig of the farmers were ruled out of the contest, each committing four fouls. SPORT NEWS IN BRIEF. JL JL Y " x T 'J T .: V ."V f Si-!.';'.! - i lis . " r . tea trnM X v;:.:-:'':.vi:::':v-:::-:-;;:;:: 1 v.;? .;vsi.iJV J ." -fry: J SOME OF THE FEDERAL LEAGUE TINKER, GESSLEU, , FAMOUS PLAYERS WHO HAVE JUMPED TO THE HKOWN, KNUE; AND BELOW, LEFT TO RIGHT. FA LK E NBU PG, GROOM. Juniors and Sophomores Add One More Victory in High' School Class Basketball League. Charles Kalduiii, better known ;us "Lady" Baldwin, a former left handed pitcher with the old Detroit National league team, which included Hanlon, McGuire, Manning, Brouthers and other makers of baseball history, was injured so badly at Hastings. Mich., m tailing from a ladder that he will not be aule to walk for many months. i x t i : 11 C I , A S S STA X I ) I x ; s. L. Pet. Juniors 6 1 .Soi Sophomores 4 3 .571 Seniors 2 5 .2 NO Freshmen 2 5 .2M Coming from behind in the second half, the juniors held their 1-ad in the high school intcrclass league, by defeating the senijrs. 15 to 12. Wed nesday afternoon. The sophomores downed the freshmen in a one-sided game by a count of iy to 5. The game between the two upper classes was not deemed until tae la;t two minutes of play, when 1 lager, y and Hildebrand, by so mo star shoot ing, pat the thiid year men in the lead. The seniors walked awa from the juniors in tho lust half and had things their own v ay from the start, leading by a score i ten to lour when the half was over. A shift in the junior lineup work'd wonders, how ever, and the juniors noed out a ie tory. Hildebrand and Hagerty were the stars of the game and it was their shootiror ability that deeid.-d th . oi. te.t. Evans was the star of the sen iors, with three goals to his ciedit. The sophomores had an -asy time with the freshmen, and carried oil honors from the start. They out plaved the freshirs" and were ex- Fail Blackhurne, -a teller with the? Reds last season, will continue to play on that team. He and Carry Herrmann reached an agreement on salary Thursday and Blackhurne sigm d. Word from Albany, X. V., says that the Goldberg bill calling on the base ball clubs of that state to pay over live per cent of the receipts to tho state toward a fund to establish and support playgrounds is almost sure to pa; s. Ten major league basobail player have been reported blacklisted by tho Federal league, because they "did not act fair." Just who tho ten arc tho Fedt-ral otlieials would not say, but bey allowed that Owen Bush of tho Timers. Max Carey of the Pirates and Jack Lelivelt of the Naps are three. TI le Western Kimvvo university of Cleveland after the services of Nor grei!. i;i.st year's Maroon football cap tain and all--vv stern gridiron star, a.i coach. The registration committee of tho ,1 1 1 o j.. li t a n district lias lii'ted the s:sp. n.-ion of Abel Kiviat and Hannis of K ob-hiiianien, long distance run-n-r:. IIV rULIiFKTOX". Pennsylvania's great invitation ath letic meet this year will be the more interesting because athletes represent ing one, perhaps two of the great Ger man universities will come to compete against the college athletes of Amer ica. Germany Is taking up athletics rap idly in its schools, and the system of training and developing picked men is more like the American system than that of other European nations. Both Heidelberg and Stuttgart are striving to arrange to enter teams for the relay race which is the feature of the Penn meet. Al Kraenzlein, former champion hurdler, sprinter and jump er of Penn, who 13 now coaching Ger man athletes, expects to select the re lay teams from Germany, and ho says college men who bet against them will have to hock something be ides the kaiser. ceptionally good oo passing and team J work. Engdahl. the star forward of ; the sophs was not in the game, and' Seelc-y played his position. Daily was: the shining li.uht of this tilt, and j cai:ed five baskets. The lineups i.nd summary: Junior Wolf. Bucher, Hagerty, forwards: Garfield. Whiteman (Capt.) Hildebrand. center; Anderson. Muel ler, Stanley, guards. Seniors Berger, Egan. forwards; Evans, center; Booth (Capt.). Rowe, guards. Field goals Wolf 1, Hagerty 2. Hildebrand 2. Garfield 1. Berger 1, Evans 3. Rowe. Free throws An derson 2. Wolf, B( rger, Egan. Sophomores Daily, Seehy. for wards; Davis (Capt.), center; Daven port, Eekman, Butler, euards. Freshmen Wrightrman, Sousley j The liing mated let'cii George : i rpenter, French heavyweight, and ' "'Kid" MeCoy, former welterweight i' hampion of the world, ha.s been f t ! for March 14 in Paris. IN DIAN APOLIS. Continual n-' en the prt of the husband t i - 1 1 s- to his wife eonstitutes cruel and inhu man treatment and is surTicient -round for divorce, according to a s;on bv ju:::e t..n rr in trio easo of Eleanor Wilhelm against John Leonard Wilhelm. Th evidence) showed thnt for 14 weeks Wilhelm did not speak to his wife, but ronvey- d any information he desired to her by writing terse notes. fCapt.), Mr-Henry, Collmer. forwards; Snyder, McHenry, Smith, renter; Rokup, Miller, guards. Field goals Dally 5, Davis 2. Mc Henry, .Sreley, Butler. Free throws Wrightsman 2, Miller. Daily. Rof re for both games, Metzler. Totals S7C 900 913 26S9 BASEBALUViAN BLIND Nicholas 1 Young Was Formerly X"a tional League President. WASHINGTON. Feb. ing ace has hi ought n: of Advanc blindness to 1 o , as I. omig. former president th National Baseball league, it be- iaaie kr.ov.n Wedi'.esday. Young was a i-ioa.M-r of baseball, serving as the ehief executive t the National league from bs.'; to i;02. His side interest of late years has been attendance of ecris cl LcVerao'c conduciVc iolicaltk: I "TV C V I A 1-! 1 L and true temperance fin. & rti 7 rr WTW f A w mm r is absolutely pure and posit ivclylicaltli ful. Order for fa mlK use BREWERY. THE MUESSEL BREWING CO. FIRST CHURCH TEAMS WIN IN BALL LEAGUE Methodist tincl lresbyterlan Lads Manage to Get Big End of Score in Y. M. Games. The First Methodist and the First Presbyterian teams were winners last nignt over the First Baptist and West minster Presbyterian teams in the Sunday school league at the Y. M. C. A. In the first game the First Metho dists had things very much their own way and won 29 to 13. At the end of the first half, they had 19 to six for 'the First Baptists. In the second half j the Baptists secured seven points but lost. The Westminster hunch gave the ' First Presbvterian lads a run for their money and lost out by only four count- r amous Kuppenhcimer Suits and O'coats ers. The First Presbyterian lads by grabbing off ten counters to their op ponents six, clinched the game as both teams secured eight counters each in tho second half. The lineups and summaries: First Methodists Miller, Myers, Zesinger, forwards; II. Garfield, cen ter; E. Garfield and Al Bondurant. guards. First Baptists Pat Toy, Laven. for wards; Davis, center; Gartner, O'Don nell and McCormick, guards. Goals Miller, 2: Bondurant, E. Garfield. 7: II. Garfield. 2: O'Donnell, 5. Free throws E. Garfield, 1; La ven. 3. Westminster C. Byer, W. Kreigh baum. forwards; H. Daw ley, center; H. Byer, McCullen, C. Dawley, guards. First Presbyterian Mueller, Puech- ner, forwards; Whiteman. center; Be- vier. Booth, Collmer and Seley, guards. Field goals C. Byer, 1; W. Kreigh baum, 3; Mueller. Z Buechner. 1 Whiteman. 2: C. Dawley, 1. Free throws K"Hghbaum, 3. mis joins it:ds. LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Feb. 5. Um pire Steve Kane announced late Wed nesday he had signed a Federal league contract. He declared he received good terms and a bonus. NOTICE. "Teamsters union, regular meeting Thursday evening, Friday Cth; instal lation of officers. Boys turn out and make this a large meeting. By request of President J. W. Vernon. Advt. 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