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TFIlsDAY MORNING, I'KRItUAILY 22. 1Ö-M.
Rockne's Yearlings to Meet Western State Normal Track Men Thursday 8 NOTRE DAME SQUAD READY FOR AFFRAY Corhv Hall Hatkolrer. to Meet IVorthwcslern Dental? on Y. M. Floor. Th" latent ability of (.,.ich Rock- nis crop of rirst'year trck canJ:- Jat will lf rrvf;il"J ThurwJajf afternoon when they rnevt the We st- rn State ."orrc.il varwity in a. special dual meet at th Notre Pame ;n : .1 o'cl'k. The Normallt- are considered stronger on paper and art- expected to -win hut the met will furnish an excellent workout for the unknowns. Kennedy in the distance runs, .Jahrr, Rrady and Conner in th? sprints. Ueb In the broad Jump and Valsi in the 440 hive already pen riled their na-m- on the mrmory of track fans at th school; nnd In addition to thU group Kockr.o will introduce, hLs full strengt iMahT, Brady, Conner, Reis- and O'ShaunneKsy -w ill bp entered in the sprints, Avliez, Walsh and McGath Jn the, 440, C3eoan. Kennedy and ln in the E00. nnd 3onnHl, Ken- nc-dy, Barter and O'Hare In the mile. The two mile -will not te run. .Maylo and Kohln will run the, br?h Jiurdle, Kohln pnl iJtxsch witl ap pear In tho hlsh jump, llajnil and Cameron In tho polo vault, IJch, t3erbcrlch and Mayle in the shot put and Lleb and Brady In the. hrod Jump. A mile relay will bo piv.ed latcc Ojrby ts Pent. "Wefm Stat Normal -will throw Jls full varsity nrrervprth a?ainrt flotÄcne's yearling and an interest ing meet will develop. Xothinr; much is knonvn of tho abLllty of tho victors other than that they posses H brace of printers who warm th track. Maht-r, Rrady and Connor of th rVoahvrmm are, no mean cinder pattern and srood rue ft arc predicted. Tho undefeate-d Corby Hall bas ketball quintet will meet the Dental School of INorth western university at tho Y. M. C. A. gym Thursday tveninff. The Ccrrby Hallers aro leading th lnterhall league and number amom? other stars. Maher, formerly of tho University of Tetroitt who is Inel'gable to varsity basket ball this year. The Purple ha met Valparaiso, which tho N. IX varsity beat by one point early In the season, Iowa, Michigan Dental and Armour Institute. Yankees' New Home Tailor-Made for Babe The Yankees' new tw o-mlllior.-dollar park will Lo tailor-made for Babe Huth and hin home run w 1 n k . It will be a hu:n- van manufac turing plant. "Wh-.n the switch is made in two year Pabe will find hi nf-w home run hom! all net for him to manu facture homers In. The right field of the .new stuh- tihrnent will be an exact duplicate i,i the one at the Polo Grounds. where I i . 4 1 ha learn d po well to measure, tho distance for his home run aim. From home plate to right fie. ia tlio foul line in the Polo Ground" is a distance oi .2 fee Kach time Rabe .starts up steam to swing his. favorite home run stick he has to wallop the horsehlde that far. From home plat- to If ft field in tho Polo ft round 2 Ts feet. Rut Habe xeldorn Kwintrs that way. In tho neu- park the sarn- dis tances betwe liorne plate ami the various parts of the held will con form with th- Polo Grounds meas- u rements. "It's true we're poir.g to look out especially fur r iiit 1111." s-ays Col. Houston. Ilat Duplicate. "Kverythlng in that paft of the Tot will be an exact duplicate of the Polo Grounds so Babe won't feel stranpre and out of place when In step up to sock one. "But there'U b.- orje das.ulvan tape to the new park which will biin many sisha from the ankee fan. "Tho rlht field wall will be 20 fett higher than the one at the Polo ("J round "Which will make it almost im po.sdlble for Babe' or any other per .o "knock 'em over.'' "Home runs will have to be hit into the ripht field stands not over the wall." "It pives Bambino a new mark to shoot at That's what he'll be trying- to do. too. "Babe wants to hit 7T home runs this year. The ."4 he pot last sea son ha,s only made him keen. "I wouldn't be surprised to see him do it." Pitchers walked Rabe 14$ time while he was making his 19 JO rec- if." y c . . v . -v- 0 ) fpM' FORMER PEERLESS PITCHER YIHHIHG FIGHT WITH DEATH Matty. Greatly Improved. Weeps on Reading of Team's Departure. n inrxnv ix. i-wiuu-iku t'nltctl Pn'ss !sifr Cornwijomlent. S Alt AN AC? I.K'E:, N". Y.. Feb. 21. ! I Christy Matthewscn wept Monday ein lie read of the team yoinp couth i without him. ! Through with baseball forever, j fiehtinc for his life apainst the I .. . . nlr.vi'ns'a 'llrr Cv' was found Monday sltttnp bundled to th ears in heay blankets. It " was the first time in seven months' that h!s home bad been opened to i newspaper man. j "He has been extremely nervous j tnd impatient lately." said his faith-, ful nunc his Aif who had to J tali: for Mathewson because the ex- ! ertion of speaking was too much for his strength. Will Cot Well. "Matty will set well but 1 don't want him -ver to jt hack to base bail. I want him to spend the rest of his life doinp the thlnps he has - 'If . A always loved to ao i:sninp. nuni- inp. and tramping in the great outdoor. "lie doesn't talk baseball much. For a !onp time he was too sick to j think or care about anythinp. He did talk a lot. however, about the 01 H world series." M.athewson looks surrr lsinply well for one who has had death': crip at his throat for almost a year. He has lost about 4" pounds and his cheeks are paie with a pallor that is intensified by the scarlet spots that burn whfn the dreaded lever takes, hold. His voice is as Ktronp. however, as it used to be when he yelled Instructions from the coachinp lines. i Mi y Milwauhvo Holders Tal.e First Place in Double sronrrroiUAL A V. T(.)Li:nO, (.. Fei-. Zl. -- l-ii-. and Broell of Milwaukee. b.,v.:jr the !a. s-paad of the KIk.' nat;.--' hv'.vlir.p tournament l:e ! : rt".'.'d into firs: pa in the (!. 'j1 with 1.21?. S.v ter n.r-Ti and pic; of Chicaro, went ii.f tb.ird i 1 i n with 1.17:-. Mc'::.v ( iiett. of Iinl.an.ipo'.i.--. eilt with 1,12. Pmck. of Chi.'aCi.'. Ilie flnsi'1. Mo:u'ay. :..!:. place. First place wan Friedm.i n I ). t r I'r :I-.e. 1 f ; i W' CAD-DY Thg BoV has a laoge Bag ONMJ5BACK-. 'haTdovce see intte Bag? TeV AR Golf clubs 'haTare ThSY FOR KHOCK A-RODNO A LiT-TlG Ball. . WHAT AT? TH eov Do -Ties ? PRlH - CI - PAL- LV To B A TAß-GeT FOQ Tm GOLP-ERVS IRE WHN A TbR5 Tm Ball . in.;;- ch.in; lfark nrni. r. . t'.ie ail-events ITSa. Jiir.mv Sniith. finished s. com! with ITTf. Iardon lllks. of I :r bowled 2.704 ariy It-t w winners of the five m -n rv : tnurnann-nt rlnsnl Morula more than 1"U ttarr.s hav:: pc ted. .1 1 1. M:ha :k. w : w t: 77, i r ri louxuuls l iiY ixcsneets U ! X T i I I. Linden School Indoor Team r ins From Lincoln Players I'r, . :.t.. ' t s f Try iXElFS-TlMES Want Ads The Linden s.r.ool in.i..r !a---b.ill team n a hard fm;u!it i.-.ir;!-'' from the Linci!ri school r;-t w ;.. Iineoln pym Monday niuh.t ! a 1 ." tr 11 score. The bitter: s f..;- Lin den Were: Anderson antl Var-n, T-r hincoin. Heriiler and Frhard:. Tbe Binder, scb.ool s-iuail -ha!lni:es .tv.y indor tam in the city ur.br is yr.irs of age. laim s may be a r rans d by calling- B. Ar..b rv. -n. l.i'i ( oln M I i-i- 1 i .' fll'l' tl.e I.i. of 1 b. r- of tip. I ,., 1 i'itj, "f !i he w.i a i;i tii.ie of !:is d-ith. Pe! ! ". , n . a rs ally kli'e.l B:;ther M- ' rie ::. 1 i st ficht i r b . . w 1 . M.r' ?i h I ol d. lb IIS. i ! . . i . ! 1 1 . i 1 1 Y chances to hit on.' of his Ioiik ones. Babe i a younpster et. lie was 27 Feb. 7. He'll ... over into home. .(OS. when 1. 1 1 1 1 . v s bis tailor-made home run Benton Harbor Clergy In Attack on Fitzsimmons P.;- Fnited Press: B FN TON' HA BBC) P., Mich., Feb. 1. --Benton Harbor clergyman Mon day planned to wage a v'.gorou i-ampaiirn apainst the sloping of i l i7.e fiphts here. Ir. Paul H. Yourd. rector of the First Congregational church, wrote a letter to Oov. A. J. Grosbeck, urging the .täte to take steps to prevent the appearance here of Jack Johnson. Johnson I ehedul ed to battle here Aug. 1 during an "mancipation day' celebration by nrproea. "The moral tone of the commun ity has been lowered by the brutal matches." Bev. Yourd said. "MUhlpan law. are not mado by ministers and fights will continue," .aid Promoter Floyd Fitzsimmons. Tommy Gibbons to Stage Heavyweight Campaign Ht International News Serrlce: .NFTVV YORK. Feb. 21. Tommy Gibbons, who weeks laurals in the hea.-ryweiffht division, vrill start an active dmpnlffn next month. The 6t TauI Hcrapjwr, unable to find Opjronents In middleweight ranka any lonjper has been matched with Charley Wc inert, It becartro known C51tbonff and 'Weinert will pot to fther rU IMadlson, Square (larden March 2, In ft 15 round bout to a Wclloa. In view of the fart that Welr.crt hart recently launched a camjalra to 'Vomo back" as a bvar7"cedTit contender and Gibbons Jujrt flopptvl Into heaTweipht tnnlcs, this bo-ut will bo of interest. Scry Manager Dojrauded Dead Fighter s Mother By Airclated Tross: JKHHY CITY, X. J.. Teb. 21. ,fe.m Kolb of Newark, was arraign ed Monday charged with withhold ing a boding pursr of J 1,000 from the mother of Raymond McMillan, "known In boxlnp circles a.s "Mickey" Phannon, who died after a bout 1 ist LVcember with Al Roberts. Kolb, who had been "McMillan's manager, denied the charge. He Faid the boxers i-'hare of the bout wa? only J128. after deducting con;. mission and expenses, and that it liad' been paid to th. n.other. H; was held on $l.f00 bail. SCHULTZ TO FACE TRIAL NEXT WEEK Former Pros. Schwartz Mav Prosecute Defendant in Muessel Murder Case. August Schultz, charged with the murder cr Henry A. Muessel and Frank Chrobot at the Muessel brew ery five years ngo, will bo placed on trial in the .superior court early next week, it wuH learned Monday. Tho February term of the court opened Monday, and as the Schultz ae Is the first on the docket, it is now to be brought to an early trial. Schultz will be the second man to be placed on trial for the murder of Chrobot and Muessel, Jack Wright having recently been sen tenced to life imprisonment on the same charge by a Laporte county Jury. As the present week of the new court term will bj given over to moti-ons, Jury irnpanneling and other routine matters, it will be impossible to reach the Schultz ca.se until early next week. It was learned Monday that Sam uel P. Schwartz, former prosecuting attorney and who conducted the trial in which Jack Wright was sen tenced .to lifo imprisonment by a Laporte county Jury, may conduct the prosecution in the Schultz case instead of Floyd O. Jellison. pres ent prosecutor. THE INSIDER SAYS Lift llarful. 'Tis time of ytar when sprinp is near. And veteran pitchers think They're all in trim and fall of im Rut lack mid-eason pink! Right I-arliil. To Dixie's sun ball players run As fat as they are abb It's not the work that makes 'em run Rut 'tU tho training table. Rob Martin selected Rill Uren nan because he once saw Rill's jaw in action. Wally Sc hang may r.ot be a-holdup, but he knows he's the only catcher the Yanks have. Gabby Street and Frank Srhul'e sign with Crackers. Southern ex posure b-uits old-timers. i;vi:its don'ts. Don't eat and be merry. And pet fat and plumj : Should you pet thirsty. Why, hunt up a pump. The American association de olinttf suggestions to ride In the bus. They want a bind wagon. Headgears for Ohio State wrest lers suggests they are fooling with th headluck. Joe Lynch is careful and sensible. He doesn't box overweight opponents. II..V MeCormrck Ireland to imbib Kiny-r. in poitip back to some good Irish Kvery golf bup is I Hinein and Mitchell links. eaper to po on see the Mitchell will po to Ireland in April to polt with the Sinn Feiners. leitest Willardism Ls that he's go: inp to quit the farm and take hi" bankroll to L-o.s Angeles. New York alderman to six-ilav biking on nipht riding is a grower. who objects account of a tobacco user not Break Up Ps at ion-Wide Bing of Confidence Men By International News Service: CHICAGO. Feb. 21. A nation wide ring of confidence men, whose pecialty recently has been the en gineering of fake liquor deals, is be lieved to have been broken up vith the reported arrest at Rock Island, 111., of Cornelius ("Reason, of Daven port. Ia." Joseph Fiirey. another member of the ring, is also under arn-st at Ft. Worth. Tex. Three others are sought by police here. (Reason's arre.st in Rock Island was caused by William Cabel. a re tired policeman and saloon keeper, who lost $?.500 in a fake liquor deal. The money was reported to have been recovered with the arrest of Gbason. wins ski tittj:. P. r Ir.terr.atiennl New Serrig : DHN'VKlt, Feb. 21. Carl Hütern. Fan Claire Men Plead Guilty to Assault on iS'ilcs High School Boys CHUNK OF BREAD DISCLOSES JAIL DELIVERY PLOT CHICAGO. Feb. 21. The -Scriptural adage about bread cast upon the water returning has a Mrm disciple here today in Jailer John J. Murphy. While feeding prisoners in the de tective bureau Murphy slipped an extra chunk of bread to John Sa la man, under arrest for wife deser tion. Salaman was so prateful that ho tipped Murphy off to a jail de livery plot which, accordinp to Sala man's story. Involved the murder of Murphy himself. Jailers searched ! the cells occupied by four of the most hardened criminals in the jail and found the bars almost cut j through by saws that had been smuggled. Laberation of DO prisoners in the detective bureau was to have been attempted earl ytoday. Salaman told the police, after the plotters had sawed through the bars, killed Mur phy and opened the cells with his keys. BREAKING EMERY WHEEL INJURES JAMES COLLINS James Hollins, 111 Chestnut st.. was the victim of an unusual acci lent Monday morning when an emery wheel In the foundry of the George Cutter Co. broke and a part of it struck him in the face cutting a deep pash under his right eye. The police ambulance was called and he yvas removed to the F.pworth hospital. Though the tone struck him with considerable force it is be lieved no bones were broken. Boston Folks Compelled To Walk When Cars Burn Blackstone "Tin: kid." The Kid" will bo shown for the entire week at the Rla'ckstono thea ter. If you enjoy a good old time laugh don't mi?s seeing "Tho Kid." In spite of Chas. Chaplin's long ab- j sence from the screen the picture in j which he makes his appearance is ( heralded everywhere as worth while waiting for. "The Kid" is the greatest picture ever made by this star. It proves that Chaplin is a great artist as well as a come- j dian. "The Kid" is universal in its appeal, its humor is classic, its : pathos i wonderful. 1 It is a story of a cast off baby . adopted by a tramp- It- has made more people lauph than any picture ever produced. Hundreds of people waited In line yesterday to see this wonderful picture. The Rlackstone theater announces Goldwyn's masterful presentation of ihe greatest drama the screen has ever inherited from the strxge Madame I f you have ever seen this powerful play and the spoken drama, you will want to witness the marvelous transformation on the screen. If you have never seen it. do not miss the opportunity our engagement presents to you, "Mad ame X" Is a throbbing drama of life with all its high lights and shadows.' It is poignant with trage dy, yet ho human in its appeal that you "will follow every episde with breathless interest. Commencing next Sunday for four days a special prologu will be given in connec tion with this master production. O'Brien Issues Challenge For Match With Reynolds The News-Times is in receipt of a letter from Red O'Rrien. Wood stock, 111., who issues a challenge to Jack Reynolds, who la.st week t'arew Kid Ross, for a wrestling feat. O'Rrien claims that he has been after Revnolds persistently for for a match during the last two years but that he, Reynolds, has side-stepped the challenge. O'Rrien further claims that he has an en viable record, havir p pained dec i sions from many grapplers who hav' been met and defeated by the Iowan. Steamboat Springs, Colo., won i the professional Ski Riders cham- Special to The News-Times: Of plonship with a jump the national tournament on feet at i I N1LKS. Mich.. Feb. 21. KIdon (c-nese ain Mondav. Iirs Haucen. mount of nod Hans Han-n. o.f third. Kinar Jensen. Minneapolis, of Chicago. ateur feet and title Tith a jump of 91 Joe M Guire, f Denver, won lo s" rational championship. Ridenour of Dowr.giae and Wallace ,u:,r t,,.,,.,.,,, ,Irnnill, t APirv oi jau v iuri wno were ar , rested at the instance of John Clev j enger and Henry Schrumpf, mem jbers of the Nlles high school tasket jball team, were arraigned In Justice WeMon's court at Renten Harbor, ASKS Itr.Tl'K.V ItACi:. in rniTM IT-?: N'i:V YOP.K. Feb. 21. Jo Gulllimont. Olympic champion theiiihd after waiving examination. i pleaded guilty to the charge of as- t-au't and battery mado upon the two Niles boys folbvinp the Niles- j Hau Claire basketball game at Fau II" 1 . 1.-.. rr i s j . . l.r.re weur.ei.uuv nitn;. i nev w ere at r.ned Jlu and costs, which they paid. bve Thouand meters Monday open ed a campaipn to bring about n j ATll 1.1 1TICX START TRAIN INC match between him-lf and Jop? l'-Y Fnivd ITes : Rav. Rav and three :lur Am. ri-! i'AKK CHARLFS. Ji.. Feb. 21. can runners defeated rhe l-'r-n.-h ! I''-!'o of MixanN in th.' far north runner here Saturday nirh' out n'"re not disturbing the Philadelphia 3.Co0 meter mutf. Gmllemont's por.fors -will tak up th this afternoon. Athletics who ep cti-d to crack question I'"o the lf-t ba-b.ill sca)n Mon- I day. With th- ir hats ground down j to .slucjrintr wi;:ht and thdr gloves WABASH JULVTS lUTI.i:i:. ' i! tl llu AthI ",ics txrrcted to begin lr AifodatM I'r.-: training op-rations this afternoon. "cRAWPORnsvii.Lr:. ir.d . ivh.! Z. Wibash c Ih-go task. V. -all; sMUP, Tllon.H iU'UMN'C. team defeated the Rutler coltepe! IA FISVI I.I.d:. Ky., Feb. 21 Fach five 3 to 33 in a hard fouglir. a'iiO ' little face retained its smile, rv. n here Mcnday night. The s -ore at ( w hen flames wrapped thems.dvey aY.)Ut them, in a fire that destroyed P..v less Rrothers factory. It w;us a doll shop. Strange Malady in H hole Family Baffles Doctors U v International News S-ri. e: RR AD FOR 1), Pa.. Feb. With tnree members or the familv of ' dead and two others seriously ill. the board of health at Lewis Run is today takinp precaution to prevent the spread of the strange disease, which, it is b' lievel is typhus fever. The third death was that of Stella, a two-year-old daughter, last nipht. It i ex pected that County Health Officer W. A. OiraruW of Smethport. will Lake charge of the situation and act for the täte board of health. Quar antine regulations are beinp rigidly enorced at Lew's Run. which is a borough six miles from here. i!y Internat ioiwil News Seri-e: ROSTON. Feb. 21. Fire Monday ompletely destroyed the Nephor.set av. car barns of the P.oslon elevated railway, burned 38 of the latest type cars and marooned ' thousands of commuters comintr to th city from Dorchester. Wallaton and Quincy. Flevated orlicials estimated the dam ape at $65'Vj00. l-'ifty persons, mostly women and children, ran to the street, scantily clad Monday when tire broke out In the basement of a six-story dwelling. STAG I-I IMIOKT.NT IK) ITS. 1 v Ilit'TiiatIn:il New Sendee: "Ni:W YORK, Feb. 21. Two box ing bouts of unusual interest will be staged here this week. Tuesday nUht louis Rogash. crack New Kngland welterweight, will meet soldier Rartlield at Madison Scjuar? Garden. On Friday nipht Willie Jakson and Johnny Dundee will rer.:-w their fued. Their 1." round bout at the "Garden" will be the ninth meeting between them. To Release Men Who Went After Rich Draft Dodger iin their favor n.iGi:its win. R v As. -lilted Preos: 'COLFMRFS.. O.. Feb. 21. eonsin defeated Ohio State western conference basketball here Monday r.ipht A 2 to 2.". of the Hudger scoring came the i:rst nan wnn 11 nc.eu 10 s- a -W in game Most after to i: .MI ST STAND TRIAL. T- A.i.e.lte.l Pres.- XFXV YORK. Feb. 21. Penny Kauff. New York national outfield er, who was indicted a year ago in connection with the theft of an au tomobile will he unable to accom pany the other Giants departing next Saturday for their southern training camp, as it was ruled Mon- Itv International News S.-rvi.-e: "COHL.KXZ. Feb. 21. FfTorts are1 beinp made through "proper chan-1 nels" to secure the releas vof : Charler Ncaf of Raltimore, and j Frank Zimmer of Denver, American I detectives who attempted forcibly to seize Grover Cleveland Rergdoll 1 ut Kberbach and belief was express- j ed Monday that both would he 11- j berate! this week. A letter from Zimmer said that both men have plenty of funds and have no com plaint to make of their treatment. 11 n f IS the n! of the half was 2' to 12. The playing e.f Allan.?. Wabash for ward, featured the game. day thi that he must stand trial month or early in March. late X ins 1 onmi win: at 2.-. . MA YFIITLD. Ky. Feb. 21. Al though he is only 2 , Rrjan Lemon has Just married his fourth bride. 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