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nntsDAY, nrcinmnit 10, 191
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIME
War Funds Are Appropriated hy National L
No
eagiae W aiver Role is Up
TENER OPPOSES
11 GAME SERIES;
SAYS IT'S GREED
Baseball Magnates Consider
Case of Charles V. Murphy,
Who Says He Will Stick
Around a While Longer.
JJy Trank ii. Monke.
NEW YOKK. Doc. 10. A large
amount of "unfinished bu. infos' con
fronted the National league rnaKiiutes
today whin they procfodf-d about the
transacting of the triird May's work
tf their annual meeting.
The magnates wcic exjtected to
kick the waddintf out of the. pian of
Han Johnson and his American league
crowd for an 11 Carrie world scries.
Pres't John K. Toiler is said to he
opposed to the tlan because it smacks
too much of Kreed n the part of the
matrnatej for prolit out of the world
series and the majority of the mag
nates of the old league are supporting
Tener m his attitude.
The magnates may. and they may
j.ot decide to kioe i.re future of
Charles Webb Murphy, that is, the
future they would like to make for
Onirics. The magnates are heartily
in favor of klckin.r Charles out of their
executive set. but they wonder just
how it can he accornpiisned under the
present circumstance s.
Charles owns the controlling inter
est in the Cubs. He recently de
clared that Charles 1. Taft. who was
supposed to nave purchased lus in
terest, has failed to "come through"
with the purchase price, "'and there
fore," as Murphy put it. then, "lm
Mill in baseball and I guess I'll con
tinue to stick around a while longer."
The magnates may have taken some
nctlon already on the "peace confer
ences" that Carry Herrmann held
With Charles Weeghman of the Chi
cago Ft dcrals, but if they have they
nre very mum about it. If they have
not the action may be taken today as
this priably will be the last regular
meeting day.
Despite Connie's denials, the mag
rates here are certain that Mack will
Fell out his interest in tiic Athletics
and will manage the 1 L 1 r Yankees.
Mack, it is said, will be given a big
block of the stock free if he takes the
job. provided that Jacob Uuppert, jr.,
Iho New York brewer, buys the Yan
kees. Mack, it may be remembered, made
emphatic denials and made them re
peatedly of the lirst reports that ho
was to let Kddie Collins go. and the
magnates, recalling this, believe that
Mack is putting up the same sort of
"stall" relative to his going to the'
Yankees.
Of course, if Kuppcrt does not buy
the Yankees Mack will not change
jobs. Hut if he does, which is more
than likely within the next -4 hours,
Mack will get into communication
with Kuppert. One Philadelphia re
port had it that Mack was on the point
of leaving the city and was going to
pee Kuppert. who is at West liaden.
Ind.
"IVdoral League" Heard.
The dread name "Federal league"
was spoken riuht out loud in the
meeting on Wednesday afternoon and
this is the first time the magnates
have admitted that they recognize!
the opposition in any way. Kven on
"Wednesday there was an effort to give
the matter an "unofficial" aspect.
Carry Herrmann was called on to
tell the meeting as a private individ
ual just what had transpired between
l:'m an 1 Charles Weeghman, president
of the Chicago Federals, in their fa
mous peace discu.-ion a few week;
ago.
"Mr. Herrmann addressed the meet
ing unofficially." said SYc-'y John 1.
Heydler. "He said that his confer
ence with Weeghman had been under
taken by him merely as an individual
and in no way as a representative of
the league. His account of what
transpired was not news, as the result
of his conference with Weeghman was
accurately reported by the press at
the time it took place."
Little Was Done.
"Wednesday's session of the club
owners was remarkable chiefly for
what it did not do. It took no action
lifter Mr. Herrmann had told of his
conference with Weeghman; It took
r.o action to investigate the ugly ru
mors that have, sprung up in connec
tion with Charles W. Murphy's alleged
"wash sale" of his stock in the Cni
eago Cubs; it took no action on the
propf sil to lengthen the world's se
ries to eleven games (although that Is
iaid to have been because of the feel
ing that the proposition never should
have been put forth and never could
be adopted with profit) and It took
no action looking to any use of the
U', 000, 000 war fund which is said to
be In the bank ready for use In a de
termined fight hgainst the Federal
league encroachment.
About the only posiMvo thing done
was the appointment of a new com
mittee on constitution composed of
Carry Herrmann of Cincinnati; W. V.
Iiaker of Philadelphia, and Schuyler
P. Hritton of t. Louis. It now seems
likely that the meeting will adjourn
without any exciting announcements
so far as the Federals are concerned.
BOWLING SCORES
EVEN
I TRACK
First Year Men Will Have Four
Meets to Show Ability as
Part of Athletic Season at
Notre Dame University.
DAY STUDENTS TO
MEET JU). FEDERALS
Kilitivn South Lend IMajcrs Are
After Places on Basket
Hall Squad.
. . KIMS
Zilky 162 139 10 403
Wickenden 129 100 US :IS:1
Ramsey 99 i:il 16.". ::i3
.trnnff 213 ITS 107 5 5$
IUckelhaupt 141 17 17 3 4 71.
Handicap .... 135 1.15 135 405
Totals S79 S4G 954 2C79
AXLKS
Witwer 159 171 19S 52 8
Dalton 181 ls7 l:.7 503
Theilens 146 .140 42 5
O'Donnel 19.1 125 107 4 S3
Deacon 124 15 5 i::s 4 17
Handicap 141 141 141 421!
Totals 94 4 919 920 27-SH
trio m:a;i'k.
CAKBUKATOlLS
Trumbs U5 114 129 378
C.ieselmann 95 .89 s5 209
Low .score 10$ IK. 0:: 2S4
Handicap 230 209 230 039
Totals 50 S
WIND SHIKLDvS
Smith I"
Fulton 10o
Crindle 131
Handicap .... 2 OS
525
9 3
9 4
1 1 3
208
i07 1000
115
0 3
146
2 OS
32 0
205
390
624
Totals
165 50S 5:',2 1003
i i:i)i:itAii ij:ac;ui:.
mCK
f Htsch .
Moore .
Flanagan .
Robinson .
Kngel .
Handicap
. . .131
. . .105
. . .122
. . . 143
. . .150
IRS
152
154
128
154
150
153
107
107
102
153
150
404
424
490
4 12
5 5 0
t'O
Totals . .
AXTLKKS-
Jay
I.audeman .
Nics
H. Clark ..
Teeters . . .
Handicap .
Totals . .
900 S90 894 2690
122
1 47
101
221
10S
104
1 0 3
133
I i
170
171
10 4
171
162
109
181
179
104
893 SS4 :
4 50
412
407
57 S
518
i
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. I 4 .
Four meets have been arranged for
the freshman track team this year.
Two will be held in Chicago and two
in Indiana. The freshmen are eligible
for the following meets: The First
Regiment meet to be held in Chicago
and also the A. A. U. championship.
The other two teams which the fresh
men will meet will be the Culver
squad both indoor and outdoor meets
have been .arranged. The other meet
will be with I. A. C. dual meet held
annually.
Coach Itockne has about 4 3 fresh
men who are eligible for the meet and
all are showing bod form and Notre
Dame should gain easy victories in
these contests. On account of the
snowy weather the coach is beginning
fast work in the gymnasium and will
from now on get the men in shape for
the lay off at Christmas. The sup
plies required for the large number
of men out for track this year will ar
rive today and all of the men will
have full equipment.
The basketball squad entered upon
its final stretch of hard practice last
night, before the season opens Satur
day with the Chicago five. The game
with Lewis institute to be placed on
the heme floor is the first game to be
played this year and will Kive the
coach .a good line on. the men before
opening on the big schedule.
The squud was augmented yester
day by the presence of several play
ers who have been resting up after a
strenuous season as members of the
football squad. With these new re
cruits out, the squad has probably
reached its limit and comprises some
fine material. The coach 'will have
his . hands full in choosing the best
live for the lirst game.
After the game Saturday only three
days will remain for the boys to get
in trim for the Arkansas Atrgies game
to be played next "Wednesday. The
Acrgie game will be the close of var
sity athletics for this year.
AXTLKIIS
Tl'SKS
Homier . 119 100 2 J 4SS
Straver 153 178 1 30 401
Flint 105 107 157 369
Kn.veldrum 220 199 ' 194 019
Goldv 133 159 180 478
Handicap . ... 192 192 192 576
Totals 92S 1001- 10G2 2991
Mueller' 102 104 120 452
Xusshart 110 108 100 3 IS
Olsen . .130 149 140 419
Freehafcr 109 139 239 a 4 2
Vergin 18 4 135 ISO 50 5
Handicap . ...198 19S . 19S 594
Totals 953 892 SS9 2S34
FLKS' LKAtJUU.
ST AOS
Klin.gel 201 220 207 034
Rardecn 99 94 1 1 0 303
Coetz 122 104 123 409
West 118 129 145 392
Low Score 134 1 44 170 47 4
Handicap . ...243 243 243 732
Totals 937 1000 1007 2938
CHAKMS v
I'crgan 100 1.00 i 4 2 418
Cimmerman . .. 183 170 177 530
Longshore 103 174 190 407
Spohnholz 182 13.7 13S 4 57
McCarty 127 143 137 4 07
Handicap . ... 219 219 219 057
Totals 97 4 9 19 1003 2926
STAR AGGREGATION
DOWNS HIGH FIVE
New Men Are Lacking in Team Work
ami Lose by :0 to 213
Count.
Ilasket ball practice for Notre Dame
day students started last evening with
18 men reporting. This is the largest
squad that has come out for the lirst
workout of any team in the school so
far this year, and Coach Kenney and
.Manager Foley were gratified over the
spirit shown. The first game of the
season will be played next Monday
evening at 7:30 in the big gymnasium.
The admission will be free and all
South Rend supporters of the associa
tion are cordially invited by the board
of control.
The locals will find stiff opposition
with the Notre Dame Federals for the
the team is composed of star athletes
who have all served their time on the
various hall teams. The day students
are taking some of their squad from
freshmen high school men in the prep
aratory department.
The team will meet the Holy Name
squad of St. Patrick's parish the last
of next week in the parish hall. This
will be the end of their work until
after the Christmas vacation when the
interhall season will open.
The following men will start the
game Monday evening:
Dav Students. IVderals.
Wolf
Right Forward.
Kdgren
Left Forward.
McGuire or Cunningham ..
Center.
Vaughn . '.
Right Guard.
McCafferty or Uausch Thorpe
Left End.
Mgr. Foley will use the follow
ing subs: Noland. Stepler, Lafortune.
Hagerty. Hazinski and Kelley. Joseph
Kennev will referee.
FEDS ARE READY
TO RETURN RiE
j Wards Write Giant 'Manage
ment Agreeing to Hand Over
Player if It is Proven That
He is Under Contract.
Kelley
Culllgan
. . Stack
. Busch
CHANCE SAYS FEDS WILL
SHOW MAJORS BIG FIGHT
Former Yankee Leader Opines That
Collins Knew Iiast Season About
Threatened Jump to Outlaws.
NHYV OKLKANS. La.. Dec. 10.
Patsy McMahon of Indianapolis won
over Jack White of Chicago at the
end 1 ! r.Miodc tnof nrVt
Coach Metzler sent the high school
basket ball team through a fast 3."
minute scrimmage with the Y. M. C.
A. All-Stars at the Y. M. C. A. gym
Wednesday afternoon. The high
school did not work together well and
a ..... .a
cne oitier men took the long end or a
30 to 22 score.
Collmer at center for the high men
did the best work while IJurnham and
Grant played the stellar games for the
All-Stars. The game was used by
Coach Metzler to get a line on the
candidates for the squad.
High School ('22) All-Stars .,0)
Fernandez, Scott Grant
Forward.
Hagerty Hurnham
Forward.
Collmer, Whiteman Witt
Center.
Wolf Hurwich
Guard.
Anderson, Zilky,
Sullivan Little
Guard.
LOS ANGFLFS, Calif.. Dec. 10.
Frank Chance, former manager of the
New York Yankees, said today that as
early as last spring it was an open
secret that Fddie Collins intended go
ing to the Federals, at the close of the
playing season, and apparently the
only way to keep him in organized
baseball was to give him the man
agership of the White Sox.
"It was the same way with Bender
and Plank." said Chance, "but there
was nothing for the organized base
ball people to do but stand by and see
these two stars take the jump.
"The Federals gave the major
leaguers a hard tight last year," con
tinued Chance, "and they will put up
even a better scrap this year. Ward
has plenty of money and is not afraid
to spend it. and the Federals will just
about wreck things before they get
through.
"The Federals nre out to establish
themselves no matter what the price
may be. The major leaguers are
simply demoralized: they do not
know which way to duck. They'll do
a lot of queer things before the 1915
schedule is ripped into."
NEW YORK. Dec. 10. The Federal
league is ready to give Rube Mar
quard back to the New York Giants.
Pres't It. H. Ward of the Brookfeds
who signed Marquard for nls team,
wrote a letter to that effect Wednes
day to Pres't H. N. Hempstead of the
Giants. All the organized baseball
forces must do to get Marquard back
is to convince Mr. Marquard that the
$11,000 beauty really was under a
binding contract with the Giants
when he signed with the Federals in
which case the Wards do not want
him.
In this letter to Pres't Hempstead,
Mr. Ward takes occasion to demon
strate that the Federals are making
much greater efforts to play the game
fairly than is the Giants' management.
He instances the ca.se of William Hit
ter and says that player was actually
under contract to the Brookfeds when
the Giants signed him away from the
Ward team by using influence with
His father.
Mr. Ward also discloses that Mar
quard sought the Federals instead of
having been kidnaped by them. He
says that Rube literally came to the
Brookfed camp with his hat in
hand begging to be signed up
end assured the Wards that he
under absolutely no obligations to
Giants.
The receipt of this letter literally
knocked the magnates off their feet.
They had never expected such action
in the Marquard case and at all ses
sions of the league during the present
meeting, "what we are going to do to
the Wards in this Marquard caxe"
had been a topic of discussion that
everybody seemed to relish.
It is not known what arrangement
the Wards have made with Marquard
about the $1,500 which was advanced
him when he signed the Federal
league contract. The general feeling
has been that the Rube was in a
worse fix than either the Brookfeds
or the Giants for the reason that his
action in swearing that he had no con
tract with the Giants and then accept
ing money from the Federals on his
affidavit to that effect, laid him open
to a criminal charge. Mr. Ward's
letter, however, where it says "we will
consider with Mr. Marquard a cancel
lation of his contract" leads to the be
lief that the Rube will prove amenda
ble to any suggestion that will serve to
extricate him from an awkward position.
his
and
was
the
TOURNAMENT WILL OPEN
Pool and Billiard Sharks to Compete
at K. V. Hall.
The pool and billiard tournament
to be given by Crura de lodge, No. 14,
K. of P.. will open Monday evening.
There are at present 14," entries and
it is expected there will be more than
150 by Monday night. There will be
one grand prize given to the winner
in the pool tournament and one to
the winner in the billiards. Besides
these there will be f0 other prizes do
nated by different members and mer
chants of the city.
ANOTHER
Six-Day Cycle
TO BE STAGED
Compete)
Racers Will
at Newark.
NEW YORK, Dec. 10. Professional
six-day cycle racers will dock to New
ark next week to participate in the
race scheduled for the armory. The
men will begin their grind Monday
afternoon.
Floyd McFarland has signed up all
the prominent riders in the c;vst and
has a galaxy of stars under contract
to appear as teams.
Among those who will appear as
partners are Goule' and Hill, Verri
and Foxier, Kaiser and Cameron, and
Lawson and Drobach. The men will
ride 10 hours daily, -i p. m. to 2 a. m.
DcPALMA KNTJvRS KVHNT.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Dec. 10.
Ralph DePalma has entered the 500
mile race at Indianapolis. DePalma
will drive the same Mercedes he has
campaigned this year. The Italian's
was the fourth entry for the 1915
race. The Maxwell company has se
cured the first three places.
GUN CLUBS ARE MERGED
Program for Winter's Siorts to Be
. Made Friday.
A merger of South Bend's two gun
clubs, the St. Joseph Valley Gun club
and the outh Bend Sportsmen's asso
ciation, was effected at a meeting of
the St. Joseph Valley club Wednesday
night. At a meeting of the Sportsmen's
association to be held Friday, a pro
gram for the winter events will be de
cided upon, and other necessary de
tails arranged.
The policy of the consolidated clubs
will be to hold the usual Saturday and
mid-week shoots, in order that all
of the members may be accommo
dated. The regular weekly shoot of
the Sportsmen's association will be
held today, to which all members of
both clubs are invited. The event will
be held on Muessel field, which will
also be used by the new club.
LFAYi: FOR BUFFALO.
kST. PAUL, Minn., Dec. 10. Mike
and Tommy Gibbons will leave for
Buffalo. N. Y., today where they
"phantom" box "K. O." Brennan
next Monday night. Tommy Gibbons
probably will be matched with Al
Rogers before the same club on Dec.
21.
McGOOKTY SUBS CLABBV.
CHICAGO, Dec. 10. Eddie Mc
Goorty, one of the "Vug three" in the
middleweight division, and not Jim
my Clabby, will be Mike Gibbons' op
ponent in Milwaukee either Jan. 1
or 4.
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