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REFEREE CLAIMS THE PENALTY OF GREATNESS IS INDIGESTION. By Goldber FIRST OUTDOOR to1 , E DEL EfTG6N) blMviTR hJVlTrTOMS fCR CE 1P I fCCE?r OtlE .THE OTHERS VJML GET CoE -1 I bCMT AC0.f?T AK. THLL ALL THI.V ELecrricM-AfJb r zvoth a little tim at IIT NOTRE DMH Says if He Had Known Ad Con tended He Was Hit Below the Belt He Would Have Called in a Doctor. Coach Harper Hopes to Get Men in Good Condition For the Big Game With Michigan University. vi r. t-LL-TL- UOHAT S THc " -5Trr-"rxr v a , ,c-,. rn 7 A JvYlTRPAV. M.UtCH n. mi' HE NEVER HEARD CHARGE OF FOUL BV SAM 1 HALL. CHI'A;. March L iB.rry Stout, referee of ti.tr s-.-nsat lonal boxing boiit involving Willi l;ith:e anil Ad W"l gat at MiBauk .-e Thursday night, m-oh; aii ;itounding Matemeiit in the pn mt e f Ttiu Jnfj-s and the writer at thf Bi.mkinton hotel after the bat tle. Jt i Mainly a.-: oui.dt ii us and we know it (lil Join tor Torn invited thf oihcial outside ht-n he heard it. Harry declined and Ad's manager and he apparently part d enemies. Tho follow is of the glove K'ann' know l.y this time that Wnlpsi went dwii in the y- enth round of tho i.gnt after Bitchi- had clubbed him twice in the body with his right and lodged a claim ot foul. When he sank to th(; iloor, Bitchie was between him and -Stout. Willie, barked away and Stout walked tjuiokly to Wolgast's side. I A try ringsiibr was positive that Stout knew that Wolgast claimed a foul and that he tct'UM.d thf plea, and ordered him to pi up and light, which Wolua.-t did at any rate. Hut her-- is what Stout sas: "I did j i e, t know until after thf light that Woluast cl.iimed a foul. I thought he vent down from the two stomach punches and I counted four on him 1" .Tore he got up. I was not in a position to the blows plainly and 1 did not d' t rt a low punch, if there v.. is one, for that reason. If I had known that VoIua.--t was lodging a claim of foul I would have Hopped thf light then and there" and called in ;i physician to examine him." Jones looked at Harry in amaze ment ami then exploded. He declar ed that not only d d Wolgast claim a foul, hut that he did also and shouted from tlit WoLast corner loud enough hr the refer e to hear him. Torn wow ml up by allowing that Stout never could oitiriate again in a ring' luitt ht in v. hich he had anything to Stout's statement c rtainly is a fun ny one when it is considered that it was palpable to all that were near the arena that Wolgast was asking to be declared the winner on account of be in ur struck a foul blow. Tho dis5uali!ic:t ion of Iiitchie would have made Yolgast the cham pion at'ain Is. popular opinion. In that case h-, would bf aide to dictate to Iiitchie on the weight and have a much better clniici' against him if they collide ! rrtrnin. However, it's a strange thing1 that most of those who saw the twu LU.hio body blows go iioine an; villi.m,' to swear that each of them ilnndfl a couple of inches above the Wolgast bt It line. It's a tine little mix-up all around and means that Iiitchie will have to give Ad another chanc to settle that old Miperiority m-M i n. This iuestion i-ame up after the fight. Would WoL;ast lie ?hampion in case Ritchie had been disqualified ? There is doubt about this question. No decisions are permitted tinder the Wisconsin state law. If Stout had ruled that Kitchie fouled Ad he could pot hac lifted one of Wolgast's gloves ami declared him the winner. Heip-e the question about the switch of thf title. However, had Wolgast knocked out Kit' hie lie would have been declared champion the country over, even though Stout could not have giwn him a derision even in that case. A disqualification should hae the Fonie , ffrct as a knockout In a no-decision bout. It would have started a merry a run men t, anyway. The result did not damage the rop- BALMACAAN THE COAT FOR SPRING. a- I '. Ir-Cl'k V l-j V iHOMEOF GOOD CLOTHES ARE YOU A FISHERMAN? Ii" t send your name and address to GUS HASLANGER'S Sporting ( inoJs store, Sll S. Michigan St., and have him tell you how you can i;et a Slo.no Fishing ee Free. Send your name and address now. I office tcb Or ROwCo. I CAM RMtS KO tQa-gs cF Y B'jT T M GoaoG To 1 va:asjust LECTeb pSSggU b WITH vj owe w to avoiu tTm$ luv HOST'S fEFJlMr; y cmiY lAY A rMfclic KAM CAM HtALW ls TO Hle AM ASSISTANT TO HEt? HIM TVH5 'btVINs - ! OF A LocNka MAM IS ?A?A ? That sujireme jii:x. I'riday. the ihir ; conth. is little feared at Notre Iamc. for eiterday v'each Har;-"r turn' d i"o.H' his havehall candid. tt- for the:r iiutial pr.ictice out t i' tioors. Aft- r three weeks in the yr.i::.i.-::im, t!ie men were jzla 1 of the ch.tia e to t;. t out.-ide anil worked with :!e:iy .;f "I'ei". This is linus-aally i arly t r the easehall team to leae the 'y:a ::.isi(im. ltst yoar the diamond cai.didau.s 1 . kl j the ere V-RIES TD tfEl? CUT UJITH utation of either man. Iiitchie won the shade decision of the press, hut he failed utterly to prove that he was Wolsast's furhtintf master. Ad held him practically even except for that peculiar seventh round, and he wound up that had session fighting strongly. lie really outtinished Ritchie in the tenth. iM there is no way of uuessin' V hat would have happened in a lontr Pout. Tom Andrews announces the of licia I receipts as $30,775. Ritchie's share of the rate was ?i:,'jJ0, and Wol.ast's was $ 1 1 ,ITJ t. 30. NONESUCH AND STARS WIN AT. BASKETBALL The Nonesuch ot the (Itats lat ni.'ht in a fast and exciting hasket- hall game at the Y. W. C. A. to the tune of l'J to nine. The tirst half was a complete walk away for the None such hut the (Toats held the victors even during the last half. Misses Schreyer, Dale and Weinherg starred lor the Nonesuch and Miss Snyder of the ("louts shot three h;tskcts, pil ing up six out of her team's total of nine. The All-Stars had a landslide with the Kindergartens and trimmed their opponents by the lopsided score, of 4 0 to two. Miss (iladys (Jaskcll of the losers scored the only points for her team bv throwing two goals from funis in tho last half. Miss Slough outplayed the entire lloor by getting 15 goals from lield. laneup and summary" (Joats Hunsherger, K. May Snyder, forwards: (Jrunut. center; Martin, Chackulska, guards. Nonesuch Schreyer, Dale. for wards; Weinherg, center; Young, Holmes, guards. Field goals Snyder, 3; Schreyer, 5; Weinberg. 2; Dale, 2. Goais from fouls Hunsherger. 2; Grunut. All-Stars May Snyder, Slough, for wards; Thornton, center; Sheats, Mc Clay, guards. Kindergarten Fucheit. HoKe. for wards; Gaskell, center; Fitch, Begtel, guards. Field goahs Slough, 15; Snyder, 3; Thornton. Goals from fouls Gaskell, '2; Slough, 2. Herzog Drives Booze Fighting From Red Camp and Gathers a First Division Team, Says Fullerton SIIBEDGE ME HIGH AND PREP LADS MEET ON TRACK TODAY South Bend high track artists will inaugurate tho season, Saturday aft ernoon at C:13 at the Notre Dame prep team. Both squads are in excellent shape for the starter's pistol, and sou'e hot contests are looked for. Several rec- ,.,K- nrk .-vrcrtf"il trv fall as indivi- V'lVlO 11 I V v.vv . w -. l duals on both squads have been Joins j exceptionally well in practice ana could go even better if pushed hard. Oapt. Cordier of the school team, and Capt. Frich of the prep men, both said they expected a hard fight, and both were confident of carrying off the honors. IiV HFGir S. FTLbKHTOX. ALFXANDKIA, La., March Fk Cincinnati has a manager. Therefore, Cincinnati, after being for a double decade one of the jokes of baseball, has prospects of haing a real base Jail club. 1 have watched with considerable wonder the work of Charlie Herzog in grubbing out dead timber and placing lie oak in its stead. There are man agers and managers, but Herzog is the ultra modern manager of them all. adopting the best ideas of Chance, of McGraw and of others, and on top of them he is placing his own ideas, and lie is full of them. If Herzog's nerves can stand the strain of the. continual hammering that he must endure, can withstand the efforts Of certain (dements that have for years moled under all lied managers, in other words if th dir' tors will let him, he will give Cincin nati a first-division baseball club tills season and a pennant contender next. He has a team which today is at least three weeks in advance of any other in training that I have seen. He has found a lot of promising material, and found it himself men of his own type and men who will play baseball his way. Herzog has made the old men work, and he is keeping them working. The old timers accustomed to loafing, to carelessness, and to playing only to draw their salaries and find an alibi are out there working and wondering. They are working faithfully too. Herzog has them alarmed. Herzog has theories concerning what a ball player should be. He wants clean men and intelligent men. He has found one young star who, with the possible exception of Collins of the Braves, is the most brilliant find of the year. That fellow is Von Kolnltz. The type of player he is assembling shows what he wants. He wants to rid Cincinnati of the old loafing, booze fighting, sporting player and get in descent, hustling, ambitious men. Cincinnati's great weakness. of course, is the pitching staff. Herzog has transformed Rowan into a spit ball pitcher who promises to be a :.....,:.-;. -. A '4 ;. : r 'ibi, 1 mm lfs - - mm? if kl D I I P tirst tame outdoors on March As the minth of March is m't as regards pleasant weather it is likely that the bacbaliers will L- forced to seek shelter in the g; m a inclement days. Flayers, fans and cach are all hoping for good whith er, in order that the team will have plenty ol outdoor work before the b:. game with Micaigan which is dated tor a month from yesterday. The t;rst practice game of the y ir was held Thursday moining. when Harper gave all his men a chance to work in a lo inning game indoor.. ; Kelly, Berger and Sheehan. last year's j pitchers, saw service in the box and j Crilly, Inland, Flynn and Fitzgerald, ! who are working for pha-es on tlur j pitching st ah', wa re also used on tins mound. Harper emphasized the im- portance control on the part of j his binders, and onb-red them to save I their curves till the tt am went out- j side. In Ihursdays game ' Dolly Gray, who ."-'none at the bat for the team lat spring, showed that he had not lost none of his skill in banging out safe hits. Gray drove out a couple of The little catcher was Local Team Topples Over 2782 Pins Bob Schnelle is Elect ed to Serve on Bowlers' Ex ecutive Committee. Special to The News-Times. FFFFADO, N. Y., March 14. The Silver Kdg team of South Bend. Ind.. took third place in the five-man event of the A. B. C. tournament here tonight with a total of 2 7S2. William Sehall's team of Chicago took second place with a score of I'SOl. At a meeting of the A. B. C. dele gates Friday, Robert Schnelle of South Bend, Ind., was elected to serve on the executive committee. Four teams from South Bend, Ind , and two from Mishawaka shot in the first squad of five-man teams I'ri day night. Following ar their scores: South Bend Teams. SIL.VKR FDGF corker. lie has Tingling in good con dition, and the big Indian, Johnston, is pounds lighter and a step faster than he was at any time last season. The infield will be Hoblitzell, Groh, Xiehoff and Herzog, with Bergham mer as sub and probable successor to Niehoff should the last named fall down. Ilawlings, a corking recruit from at a re itlnr will the coast has a chance job. Bates, Moran and Marsans fomi the regular outfield. Porter, a speedy, hard sliding, hard working fellow, may displace some one, and Kippert, from the coast, seems good. Then there is Doe Boy Miller, ex-Cub, ex-Boston, ex-Philly, the best pinch hitter in the National league. NATIONAL CHAMP AFTER WORLD HONOR BUSY MEN CAPTURE TWO In the vollev ball games Friday night at the'Y. M. C. A. the Busy Men's first team took two out of three cames from the Business Men. The Busy Men took the first two 21-10 and l!l-l"." and dropped the third 21-1 a". The Business Men seconds took two out of three from the (ffice Men the scores being. 15-14. ir-F, 1-10. FKF1TX and FDD W BBS. Delicious mid beau'iful. Kveryone can rais. them, with very little expense. Spray- r Spraying Materials. and the Know How". "Sold and Told" at lit tle cost at Coonley Drug Store. Advt. ccris a. conduciVc tolicaltk: Jt Works in tkc direction, of moderation. and true temperance M ft . BEER. is absolutely pure and positively' licaJtli ful. Order for famlk use BREWERY. THE MUESSEL BREWING CO. BOTH PHONES w-V, r..fc - - t", A . r .. . . '. - 1 " i .... . U . - --" , . J -r.'- e; J . BOWLING SCORES v. ltj ii : 1 1 i a: a g v i JUXIOK Sommers 102 107 ltu Krueger ltU 1M3 17'J Stegman 127 Fir. Ill II. D. Hans ll; l-hl H. C. Hans 101 140 110 Handicap 211 211 211 4 03 4 4.", 4 0 0 21C 417 6 3 Totals SENIORS Steiner Bitzman" Darr Laufer Xicoly Handicap Totals (Standards . Juniors . . . Interstate: Seniors Xe ersweats Ramblers . . Ba ml ders 57S 1 o 4 1 1;: 1 0 It FJ2 172 102 S22 1)0 4 i:,o 122 170 i o 102 y 2 o 110 115 120 179 177 102 BI LBS Barn hart . Phillips . Wetzel . . . Cf. Ivies . . Berger . . . Handicap Totals . .190 .151 .122 .134 .152 .202 1 i 14:: 14L' 120 15 202 143 164 154 214 1i r .) O 202 472 45S 418 40S 442 COG 951 89a 101? S04 ANTJjI-IKS li:uit. BUCKS w. .41 .:5 4 B. 2705 403 3 50 4 0 5 401 5 0'J ISO 2014 Pet. .0 21 . 5 1 5 j . O '-' .45 .431. . 4 9 Xever- Oltsch 160 Farabaugh . ... 127 Moore 100 Burkhart 163 Witmer 101 Handicap . . . . 10S 191 171 121 m 120 10J; 190 140 133 164 1S4 10 8 5 438 35 4 4 95 471 324 E. Hart J. Casmler E. Waters It Zimmerman C. Campbell Totals Grand total. 27S2. hoosi i: i : c i : fa m s- G. Richards J. Haugan T. Colip F. Kromer Messick Totals Grand totals. 2020. EBKS R. Schnelle F. Dennis G. Clark V. Staples "W. IBdland Totals Grand total, 2 C. A. C. S. B. Robinson H. I lager D. Brugger M. S Campbell. F. Dolph 202 17S 154 1S5 19 3 912 147 152 1 0 5 10 S 170 SOS 3 7 n 1 S2 17 1 2 0 ,150 S2 4 4 0 a 1 55 1 2 , 1 5 0 1S2 S 0 5 Totals Grand total. 254 4. Mihawaka Team- EBIASSERS C. Vankirk .1S9 B. "Walton 140 II. Knodle 12 t A. AVolf 115 E. Beeho 109 ........ .t . i ,n won three from sweats; Juniors won two from Seniors; Standards won two from Interstates. Games ot iek. MondayStandaials vs. Ramblers. Thursday Interstates vs. Seniors. Friday Xeversweats s. Juniors. sTrni:n.Ki:n ROISTERS ij;agui;. Ji:i;o3n: d. tilwkiis. The veteran national golf amateur champion of America, Jerome I). Tnivers. who is now on hoard the S. S. Baltic, enroute to England, where he will compete in the British ama teur coif tourney, which starts May 18. The winner of this golf classic is generally considered the world's c hampion gol,Yr. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS Shambleau . ... 104 109 D4 317 Gingrich 1 46 1 32 13f 417 A. Pick 174 105 1 1 0 3:r Ross 1-2 134 14S 411 Thum 151 159 1 35 5''5 Handicap . ...195 195 195 5s 5 Totals 902 S3 S97 2633 HULLS Lidecker 160 152 137 455 W. K. Studebaker 157 1 4 r. ISO 477 W. H. Studebaker 15s 13S 1 55 451 Hobbs 100 150 1 49 405 Raah 1 40 119 100 371 Handicap . ... 139 133 133 417 Totals 926 S i 4 S60 2030 ULKS' LllAGUl-:. TYLERS Henrich 130 127 132 S S3 Vieby 123 111 9 2 332 Cashmer Ill 150 123 3S4 Kies 136 120 124 3S6 Schuell 164 119 19i 477 Handicap . ...279 279 273 S37 Totals . TOASTS Olsen Reed Irwin Kaufman . Wallace . Handicap . , Totals A. C. SIXGERS Collins ';.!r;uis Osborne 1" la n agan Pruyne Handicap . S22 SST. 919 2620 142 123 147 141 14S 153 159 133 193 160 . n 1 J 1 O V 165 171 110 171 173 1 it 3 460 427 450 472 454 453 S 5 4 9 31 LKAGUi: 943 272S 142 177 163 22 4 153 9 5 14S 1 5 s. 157 114 1 SI 9 5 146 157 163 170 ISO 9 5 436 4 92 4 S3 it 3 S 514 2s5 Totals GI White . . . Chrii-tman, Moon . . . Stedman . a ii Handicap Totals . 954 S S3 911 274S J. F. 129 14$ .13 9 .130 .12S .103 .843 110 US 210 120 37 103 SD 153 111 124 13S too 1 U w 103 "32 2S7 473 394 357 4S9 WINNER DOUBLES 821 2482 SCORE Boyle doubled the score on Rupel last night in the billiard tournament staged at the Golden Mann pool par lors. He run out his 100 while Rupel was making 50 points. Gutcknecht made a good record, scorin j 100 points to Newman's 6 4. Totals Grand total. 2 41S REGULARS G. Kuhn L. LiisasFer . . . A. Kamm A. Schindler .. A. Hoerstman . 1 51 141 13S i:::: 140 213 17 7 191 179 191 1 0 9 1 3 5 1 9 0 19 0 17 5 9 S 0 S 9 0 1 0 5 1 9 5 1 4 s 14 0 2 01 172 207 101 220 2 0 3 941 s77 171 10 5 170 lOo 171 151 ISO lf,2 208 1K1 9 0 0 S 2 2 1 3 9 1 0 2 1 5 s 1 0 0 14 0 217 2 0 177 1 0 S IS 0 S37 902 1 0 0 1 0 17 7 19 3 1 0 S 10 7 102 130 172 101 S 4 3 S 0 0 17 143 214 195 17 0 171 111 1 3 3 17 5 14 9 clean hingJes. forced tt) work at tirst base Thursday because of the absence of Si Farn 11. who has been kept from practice for nearlv a week because of a bad cold". "Rupe" Mills, who is also expected t ) I do duty at the initial sack this year. has not yet reported for practice. ; Mills is troubled with boils, and Har- j per will be well phased if the big j fellow is in shape for the opening of 1 the season. Harper shifted Bjm Irom short to lirst, inuixiay, in oruer to get a lirst sacker for the second team. Among the men who have yet to make varsity monograms, D. Xcw ning. Dathrop, Bioin, Kline. Meyers and Pliska showed to good advantage i in Thursday's game. D. Newning j continued the tirece clouting that has ; featured his work in the daily batting ipraitices. Xewning has been hitting tdean and hard, and his batting will i be a big aid to his chances of land ! ing a berth in the varsity infield, i Dathrop has also been hitting hard ! in batting practice and cracked out j one clean bingle in Thursday's game. I Pjoin and Kline are doing well with the stick. Pjoin is also showing great ! form at short and though the posi- tion is new tt) him he is keeping pace j with the other aspirants for the job. Harper gave the men a long work- out yesterday, though it was the first 1 day outside. After an hour of battlrv: i practice, the infield was given a snap- pv drill. Harry Xewning was tho inner woiks. Harry played third, i chief" Mevers was at sdiort. Bjoin at second and Lathrop at lirst. Thi ' combination did some clever fielding. The light for intleld positions win i hummer this year, tor tnero art? dozen trood men of about equal abilitv field. a a striving for places in the in- SOME NEWS NOTES. Davi.s Laundry. Both phones. Leslie, the optician. 301 S. Mich. Ft. Dr. Stoeekley, dentist, 511 J. M. S. AUTOMOBILES i i ! ! DIRECTORY f'lotOr GUIS Accessories Buick the CIinATEST that lit made, CAR to KCJC r ii. SOUTH I1KN1 WELDRtO rVelding co- 402 t 3uiun &u Totals Grand total, 2 39 '09 8 9 2 WILL NOT PLAY TOLEDO 'oaeh Metzler's hot'S for an Ohio trip for the high sc hool basket ball team, wero blasted Friday, when he , received a letter from Scott high j school of Toledo, saying that their 1 team had disbanded for the season, i Scott was one of the teams to he met on the trip. Metzler now plans to secure two games with schools in Detroit, and then jump to Findlay, O.. where a game is scheduled. The first work out of the week was held Friday aft ernoon in the Y. M. C. A. "gym" and every member of the squad seemed to have recovered their mid-season stride. TWO TEAMS WILL MEET Totals 91 912 941 2b0; TWO OUT OF RUNNING Xool Dunbar was elimi sated from the IS. 2 "balk lino tournament at STiafcr & Platner's billiard parlors Friday afternoon by losing to YYm. Bender 100-al in fifty inn.ngs. Law rence Bomine put V. S. Keltz out of the running by defeating him luu-91 in 12 lunnings. The city championhip will cided between the Liver Park ba-seball team and the St. F club March 2 0 when a double will he played at club's floors. A ga by the Mishawaka Florians on March games will two teams ITorians baseball t at the cheve i.f Til be irabtor lor: i r.s pea tit r Child ren s Suits THE OLIVER TWIST' Tub This little novelty came with our new lot of Spring Wash Suits has a very stunning appearance and makes a big hit with both mothers and the kiddies. In chambrays, ratines and rep materials. Contrasting col ors to harmonize in waist and pants. Price $2.50 to $5.00. Other Suits up from $1. til.- Liver Bark ' T!. XV ill 'n l1u-,-..l : bib ar.d th-- S 17. Tlit... rhr- finisn t!'.'- ."-e.i-oj: tor 'a- "rani:'a' of a i v.: . ill s f ef ft etc 1 i ball S a-en. several .tr S'gned ;!) W trilliant sj:uii;ci an.' : 1, l.i.x i ! ha v r aire a : t ' am. picmibiaj N?;V SPRING SHAPMS IN SILK HOSr. FOR I.AHIES. ADLER BROTHERS