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THE ROCK ISLAND AJ1GUS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1913.
TINKER SOLD FOR
CASH TO DODGERS
REB RUSSELL, SCHANC AND AL DEMAREE
BASEBALL'S 3 BEST YOUNGSTERS IN igij
Brooklyn Nationals Agree to
Pay $25,000 for Shortstop
$10, COO to Joe. I
HERZOG TO MANAGE REDS
Hermann Get Two Giants fcr Descher
Pirates and Cardinals Figure
in a Big Deal.
RECORD DAY IN BIG LEAGUE
Cincinnati sells Joe Tinker to
3rooklyn for $25,000.
New York trades Charles Her
zofl and Grover Hartley to Cincin
nati for Bog Bescher.
St. Louis trades Edward Ko
neftchy, Mike Mowrey and Bob
Harmon to Pittsburgh for Jack
Miller, -Chief Wilson, -Cozy Do
Jan, Artie Butler and Jack Robin
son. Cincinnati practically completes
deal to send Dick Egan and two
inflelders to Brooklyn.
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New York. Dec. 13. After tb days :
of dickering that narked the annual I
meeting here of the National league ;
three trades were culminate! last '
night that establish a precedent for
gigantic moves by the major leagues.
Chief among :h transactions was
the disposal by Cir.i ir.nuti of Joe Tin
ker, the ex-Rrd mana;er and ex-Cub '
Mar, who goes to the Brooklyn c lub j
for a cash consideration of $2.".0eo. or;
this Bum Jlv.OOu will be rimed over .
to the shortstop star if he reports to '
his new Lome. It is paid that Dick
Kg an and two other Red in fielders may
be Involved later. '
The other deal involve tb! ("int in- 1
l:all, New York. St. Iuis and Pitts- '
burgh club?. The Giants save to the
Reds Charley Herzog and (Jrover
Hartley la exchange for I "oh B-scher.
one of the fleetest outfielders in the?
leag ue. The Card'nal Pirate trade was
the biggest affair, as f.vc Pittsburgh
players and three St. Inis met; figure.
Manager Clarke to pet lilwanl Ko
netcby. Bog Harmon and II. H. Mow
re pave up John Miller, J. O. "Chief"
Wilson. .Arthur Butler, Albert Iioh.n
and John Robinson.
Most Notable Year of League.
The trades are the outcome of ne
r 1 fm
THREE TEAMS TIE
AS JUNIORS WIN
Sophomores Win from Freshies
Causing Tri-Cornered Equal
TO PLAY OFF NEXT WEEK
First Year Team Is Frozen Out for
Rock Island High School
THE DATTERFB STAXOIXCS.
Seniors vs. Juniors.
Losers of Monday's contest V3.
Winners of Monday's aud Wednes
day's games for the title.
The Juniors turned the trick. The
seemingly invincible forces of the
senior class cf the high school in
the annual interclass girls' basketball
j tournament which was to have closed
i ast evening, were defeated by the
Junior. This is the first time that the
I young ladies' team cf a senior class
! have been defeated in two years, and
that single defeat jumbled the percent
I age column for the tournament so that
Second to Reb Russell was Wallie j three more games will have to be play
Schang. the youngster of the Athletics' ed next week in order to reckon the
mtrhlne staff. He too came into fast i champion of this year
Btbccck, center; Jeanette Redell and
Hazel Kerr, guards.
Freshies Melba Carlson and Leona
Hedberg, forwards; Violet Forsberg
and Beth Eni.jry. center; Julia Marshal
and Grace BarnetL guards.
Summary Field goals, Alberta
Glasco. 7; Evelyn Eckhart, 2; Melba
Carlson, 1. Foul goals, Leona Hed
berg, 2; Melba Carlson. 1.
Seniors vs. Juniors.
Juniors, 9: Seniers, 8.
Juniors Elizabeth Bryan and Doro.
thy Schcosse:, forwards: Harriet Dar
ling, center; June Nelson and Eva
Seniors Margaret Cook and
Blanche Canister, forwards: Anna
Dittman. center; Winifred Reck, Kdna
Curray and Mar)' Morrison, guards.
Summary Field goals, Ellzabe'h
Bryan. 2; Margaret Cook. 2; Blanche
Carpenter. 1. Foul goals, Elizabeth
Bryan. 5; Blanche Carpenter, 2.
Referee G. D. Corneal. Time
keeperAndrews. Scorer Hippler.
crimson's schedule for 1914 will in
clude a game with Michigan in Cam
bridge, Oct. 24. Harvard last played
Michigan eighteen years ago, winning
by one touchdown. A definite decision
was expected from Ann Arbor today.
Pittsburgh, Ta., Dec. 13. By keep
ing on the trail of George Chip for.
over a month. Frank Klaus has final
ly succeeded in getting a return bout
with the New Cattle middleweight, j
who one night last month, when every- j
thing appeared to be going nicely,
slipped over a knockout punch to thej FIGHT FANS DISAPPOINTED
jaw of the; Hast Pittsburgher. That!
one punch was the means of placing i
CALLS OFF BOUT
WITH LOCAL POG
Johnny Coulon Refuses to Fight
Younsr Sinnet of Rock
.island in January.
SCRAPS OF SPORT
Russell (top Irft). Wallie Schang
nd Al Deinaree (bottom).
company with limited experience. Yet
he looked like a veteran all season
and proved himself a hero of the world
The season of 1913 saw several series, saving ttie cnampionsnip tor
youngsters rise to nardotn in the; me Atnietics ny ins nne caiciung anu
majrr leaeue organisations. j hitting.
Probably the man who was the most Third on the list of brilliant young
HHeful. did the most wcrk and showed sters was AI Demaree. New York
the createst development as the sea-! Giant pitcher. He made the remark-
son progressed was Reb Russell, the table record of winning 14 out of 18
lie twirler of the Chicago White Sox. i games. He helped the Giants win the
Although lacking in minor league ex-'National league championship but did
perience. Russell went strong from
i the beginning, taking the place of the
; veteran Ed Walsh in the White Sox
pitching staff. Russell proved a new
I ironman, taking part in 52 games, a
(greater number than any other pitcher
gotUtions carried on di-ring the Uague in tlM' American league. According
meeting which cloi.ed lat-t niht. They;10 th official averages. Russell won
are of such Importanc e tnut th. sea-1 Pai:i-s and lost 16, but the records
on of 113. already made memorable I fail to d" M,n Justice as he took ;.art Chance of the New York Yankees, and
by the elect ion of Governor John K.
Tcner of Pennsylvania as president,
will go down in history as on of the
trout notable the league has eer held.
The sale of Tinker caused the big
gest surprise despite the fact that it
was advertised, as were the other
tradej, that Charles Kbbets had ofTer
ed a record sum for the me-:. her of
Chance's now dismantled Cul machine.
Three major leagu. clul s eauerly I
not particularly shine in the world's
Other players who showed wonder
ful development during the season
were Jimmy Yoix of Pittsburg, who
bolstered the Pirates in many ways
and closed the season with a batting
average of .3 IS; Fritz Malsel, gathered
in late in the season by Manager
in and saved many more for which he Midget Maranville, the shortstop
received no credit. the Ikjston Nationals.
retaining Tinker and installing him as
manager for another year.
Tinker was with the Cincinnati club
for one season. About a year ago
President Murphy of the Cubs granted
his request to become a nranager and
sought the servR-es cf the ex-Ked man-; Her, ,llIliphrWi Arthur rht.lan, -Red-ager
and as late yesterday urL-rncon j rorr,dn and P.te Knisely. To corn
President Murphy of the ( ubs before p!etc the deal frrmaDn purchased
cieparting for t h.cago announced that ;(.orridn fro the DttroU c,ub and
he had practically clorr-d n.gonations thjl w,nriM.B, ,raT,ant inn
whereby Tinker would be relumed to . movin of Frank Chance to
the American by the National league.
The landing of Herzog by Herrmann
bis former mates
When Ebbets made his $i'".0oo offer
everal da ago it a considered a
good piece of prer-s agent work. It
Claims He Is a Lightweight and
Refuses to Consider Bouts
Stirred by the reports published
about his weight and the rumors that
he would meet either Mike Gibbons,
mean in all probability that the i
ciantq' furvr-r third barman (it I... ! the St Paul fighter, or Jimmy Clabby
flmukil fn t.ilk tiiiti'' n .b tfth lli.rr. .'
mann. however, and the Red
players in exchange.
Herrman Agrees to Deal.
tcil to manace the Cincinnati club ! of Hammcnd. Packey McFarlcJid yes-
Xhi U'ns not annnunrpH t. .
ciiief i , , - . .... t: .t" -. - : way
iiTi'i'i:' iitii 111 ii;ipi 14 1 1 1 rro int-ro ' .
finally abandoned hi idea of getting liule'dUDt bul lhat 1Ierrmana na8 ! welterweight and declared he would
a .,,. it. , - j not entertain orfers or roatcnes w jtn
j Hi-rrmann aud Herzog were in fre-
Herrmann informed the Brooklyn (pient conference during the learue
piesident that the d'-al would go meeting and the New York player is
throueh and even after Eb!. is add-d alleged to have nvide a statement to
that part of the money would have to ; the erect that he would not play with
gc to Tinker to assure his c-onuug to i Cincinnati unless assured of the nian
lrookln. Herrmann was willing. The 1 ager's berth,
mm of $lt.0o wis considered sutti-i Herzog Still a Star.
cient to draw linker away iroiii n.s i
determination not to play with any
lub cntslde of Chicago or Pittsburgh. :
While the deal 1s completed it is
contingent upon Tinker's action. If
he refuses to listen to the f lu.fiOu prop
ortion the money involvd win r-rt I
Lack to Urooklyn and Tink- r t . Cia
fiunati. It is understood that the.
Brcoklyn club stands wilKrg to pay j
Tinker a salary of f a year, and
tk this is the same sr-Iary received
while he wao managing the Rrds last '
irtion. it Is hard to understand tu.w
h- can refuse. Following is the agree
Herzog is ttill a s'ar player and
rp-iks with the best third Backers in
th- leaguv During the worid series
cf 1H12 with the Boston Ked Sox he
practically wased the fight single
handed at.d was the only member of
the Giart crew to make a showing.
He fell into the ill graces of .MrGraw
during the last season, however, and
for some time it has been known that
he would he disposed of in a trade,
, The St. Iuis Pittsburgh deal where
by Konetchy, Mowrey and Harmon go
to the Pirates for five players. Miller,
I Wilson. Butler, Dolan and Robinson.
i gives tie Cardinals a younger first
l ; is umiersioiMi au a.reea iuui ie
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aj i hi u uaycuiiit uau-j'.iiLuaMP f elder
services ana release oi jusrpn linker;
for ta.0'.H from the Cincinnati club, !
this deal to bold en condition that said !
any of the leauiug 145 pounders.
McFarland said he would fight in
the welterweight division as soon as
he takes on more weight. He express
ed his willingness to make 135 or 137
pounds for any of the leading light
weights, but will not take this figure
for fighters who are not in his class.
He declared he had no intentions of
boxing Gibbons or Clabby.
"I showed the public two years ago
that I was a legitimate lightweight,"
PacUcy soil. "At that time I was
matched to box ten rounds with Ad
Wolgast in Milwaukee. The weight
agreed upon was 133 pounds. Two
days before the contest was called off
by the authorities In Milwaukee, I
weighed 133Vi pounds. It was not
much of air effort to get down so low.
"1 do not weigh any more at pres
ent than I did two years ago. I real
ise it would be harder for me to take
i baseman than "KoBey." a veteran out-!orr fjie extra poundage, but I w ill make
two infielders who are young 135 or 137 nounds for any of them.
in big league experience and a pitcher When I boxed "HaHem Tommy" Mur-
v bo is ratel one of the best of the ' phy (n New York early in the fall. I
league's young left handers.
'made 137 pounds for him with hardly
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iiUK-r nivvn leru.s nu k.u i.iow-; ..... manager of Cat-.l ... rv...
lyn club and report, for fvWs. It j dina!s aJ Kreti"rrke. P,rate leader.! -This talk about me weighing 145
U xxuderlXH that of this .w0 Tin- f have n cn,d(riDg detaiu for thw j and 150 pouads when , BrjtU)n
- ,f I -' , . .days. Hugg'.ns would not g've up i Is rot. After I had eaten two heavy
Grrl ","ma:.n ani rari" "Koney" uu'.ess a Sr.t baseman was l meals I stepped on the scales in the
H. Kbbets had signed George Kerr and j Jnvolved acJ M he had hw.rJ that presenc e of w. . Liginger. chairman
Jtsrney Drtyfuss. president of the
Federal league agents claimed to have ' of the Wisconsin botng commission.
Pittsburgh club, put their signatures ; yilWr e agreement to play with the i and tipped the Warn at 141 pounds
outlaws in the event 01 Pittsburgh's 1 1 was ten pounds heavier than Brit
tu the document as witnesses
Expects Much of Tinner. , tryicg to dispose of htm. I?UKins baHt-1 ton. do you think I would have been
Ebteta as eniUMaiic over hi c-' ed until Thursday. Clarke visited Mil-(allowed to box?
qulsltiou. He ft-els sure tlm Tinker ler at the lattir's home in Kearney, I "They talk aixut nn boxing fight-
will fill a vacancy on. the Dodrer team
tLat for several seasons Lj b. ea de
plorably weak. Uoth in the field and
al bat he is expected to prove a val
uable co-worker ith Jake liaubert.
N. J, and obtaiwl the player's con-'ers of my own weight. Why, I have
se-t to the transfer. J met and beaten fighters pounds hear-
The sale to IJror.klyn was only an-ttnciher player for
cd that he was thinki-g serio-sly o!
The Giant! were forced out of the iter. oung' tine, Harry Brewer, and
running when the Cardinal refused an j Ray lironsoa are 60tr.e of the fighters
offer of Fred Merkle. Snodgran tnd 1 1 have beaten who weighed more than
KorKy. t'p to 1 1 aid. I will box the welterweights as
poxLder, and not LeXora,'
r.t ur.red after Harrmacn had intin-.at- 1 that time New 1 ork bad a enlace to ! soc-n a. 1 get to te a legjumate Ho
I land the rt basen.aa.
The contests are to be pulled off on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Juniors, 9; Seniors, 8.
The Juniors took the lead in their
con'est from the very first, and th
final standing was 9 to S in favor of
the third year girU.
The Sophomores were pitted against
the Freshies and had little difficulty
in outclassing their younger oppon
ents. 13 to 5. There was no surprise
awai'ing the spectators in the first
game of the afternoon. But as soon
as the ba'.l was tossed up at center on
the first play of the second game. aU
present knew there was to be a real
battle s'aged. which would., be even
better than the contest between the
Scphomore-Junior teams of the day
Over confidence Is generally ascritj-j
cd as the cause of the defeat of the j
Senior five, athough as many say, th
Juniors were playing a style of basket
ball that has never been teen at the-
High school heretofore. Their team
work was in a class of its own and.
was accountable for many of he
baskots which were made by the; '15
Best Bet Wins.
To Miss Elizabeth Bryan the Juniors
are now paying their thanks fcr it
was her work which without doubt
was the big element in he third year
girls' victory. At ten chances at foul
goals, she made five, and he remaia
nig four points she made iu two neat
Her work at forward was the same
high grade as it has been throughout
he tournament, and tct Miss Dorothy
Schoessel, her running mate at for
ward, belongs great praise In assisting
Miss Bryan. Time after time she
wculd abandon a chance to wio glory
to herself and pass the ball to Miss
Bryan. The work of Miss June Nelson
at guard was. mother of the goddesses,
who defeated the Seniors by her work,
but their were no particular stars on
the Juniors quintet.
Miss Blakemore Out.
The Seniors were at a decided dis
advantage throughovt the game be
csuse their star center was out of the
game. The loss of Mls Ruth Blake
more was fel: throughout the contest,
al'-hough Miss Anna Dittman. who has
been alternating with Miss Blakemoro
at the pivot position during the games
this year, was or a high standard. It
is understood that during the games j
next week Miss Dittman wil be 6hift
ed to guard and will be a decided dis
advantage to the Junior team. In thi3 I
case Miss Blakemore will be in the
game against center.
The Seniors, again, were unable to
play the same fighting game that the
Juniors put up withot t breaking the
rules of the game, and probably lost
the game through their fouls, for Mis
Bryan showed her ability to locate the
hocp last night by sa ting down five
points out tf ten trials.
The game started cut fas", with the
Juniors taking the lead from the first.
The score at the end of the first half
was 5 to 2 in favor of the Juniors.
After 'he exciting game betw een 'the
Juniors and Seniors, the Fr?sh-Soph
same wa pushed into the back ground.
The Freshies were stronger than they
have been at any time during the
tournament, and surprised the Soph
team by holding them to a lu t. 2
score in the opening session. The final
period they did even better and ran
up 3 points to the Sophomore's 8.
The summary follows:
Sophomores vs. Freshmen.
Sophcmores. 18; Freshmen, 5.
Sophs Evelyn Eckhart and Al
bert Glasco, forwards; Elizabeth
San Francisco. Dec. 13. Society
women of San Mateo and Burlington,
fashionable suburbs of this city, have
arranged to play a series of polo
games in the San Mateo Polo club's
field, the first of the contests to be
held in about a month. The San Ma
teo players who made the challenge
are Mrs Thomas A. Driscoll, Mrs. Fel
ton B. Elkins. Mrs. Christian De
Guigne. Jr.. Mrs. Charles W. Clark
and Mrs. Robin Hayne.
Chicago, Dec. 13. Charley White
sent out a S. O. S. call for sparring
partners yesterday, all of his old crew
quitting tneir jobs after the pace set
for them Wednesday. They didn't
"show" yesterday, so Charley had to
content himself with a ten-minute
wrestling exhibition with his trainer.
Joe Thomas, and five rounds of shad
ow boxing. Today Willie Shaffer and
Charley Scully have promised to .join
Paris, Dec. 13. Jack Johnson, the
negro pugilist, while traveling at high
speed in his automobile, yesterday
dashed into the barrier of a level
crossing at Arras. His skull was in
jured and his white wife, who was
with him in the car. had two teeth
knocked out. A military physician
rendered first aid and sent the negro
and his wife here for further treatment.
Buffalo. Dec 13. Jess Willard or
Kansas ' knocked out . "One Round"
Davis at the Queensbury Athletic club
here last night in the second round of
their ten round bout. Willard's extra
forty pounds and the reach that come
from his seven extra inches, gave him
an immense advantage. Davis lasted
only a minute and a half of the second
Chip at the top of the middleweight
division, and also the cause of Klaus
lesing considerable of the prestige he
had gained during the last three years
Now they are going to do it all over
that In, the two rivals are to face each
other ence more, and again is this city
to be rtwarded the plum. Yesterday
the match was consummated, articles
being signed which call for the two
to be in the ring in Duqucne Garden
before 10 o'clock on Tuesday night,
Steve Ketchel may realize his life's
ambition and sign up for a match with
Joe Mandot. the sorthern baker boy.
Steve has been trying to get on with
Mandot for a couple of 3'ears, but
could not gH a promoter to give Joe
enough money for such a tilt. Today
Ketchel's manager is going to meet
Tommy Walsh, who looks after Man
dot's interests, and offer him John
Wagner's proposition for a Racine
clash. Besides the Ketchel match
Mandot may also get a chance at John
ny Griffith, the speedy Akron boy. This
affair hinges on the result of the Dundee-Griffith
fight which is scheduled
for Akron Dec. 15. Windsor promo
ters want Joe to meet Freddie Welsh
before their club on Jan. 21 and it
may go through.
Believed Title Holder Would Have
Been Given Good Scrap West
Sider to Train in Ottawa.
HAWK-EYES TO MEET
MAROON FIVE SOON
Iowa City. Iowa, Dpc 13. Arrange
ments for a basketball game between
Iowa and Chicago, to be played on the
local floor, have been practically com
pleted, according to a report given out,
here. The tentative date set for the
game is Feb. 10. It will be the first
appearance of the Chicago five hero
since 1907. The Iowa management has
decided to opm the season before
Christmas, and will play Mark Hy
land's I.eander Clark team here In a
practice game Dec. 1".
THREE CITIES SEEKING
Muscatine, Iowa. Dec. 13. When
the regatta committee of the . Missis
sippi Power Boat association mee's at
Clinton on Monday it Is likely that
some city not located on the Missis
sippi river will bo awarded the 1914
vHlltv rnre meet. Musratlne was ex-
round, and it was ruuy live minutes j pected to w j for the re?atta. but the
before he got off the floor after the IocaI ,aunch chD recently voted neg;l.
knockout. l..l.. r tl.o r-YvrwAciir-i ntln-r rlvr
cities have refrained from seeking the
meeting because of the heavy expense
involved. Kansas City, Louisville and
Peoria are candidates for the 1914 re
gatta and one of the three probably
will be selected.
San Francisco, Dec. 13. Promoter
Jim Coffroth has about given up hope
of signing Champion Willie Ritchie
and Harlem Tommy Murphy for a
later date. Coffroth had both prin
cipals in his office for four hours yes
terday in an effort to reach some
Agreement, but when they adjourned
it was announced that no date had
been set and there was little chance
for such a match.
Many school children suffer from
constipation, which Is often the cause
of seeming stupidity at lessons. Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
are an ideal medicine to give a child.
i for they are mild and gentle in their
Cambridge. Mass., Dec. 13. Al-1 effect, and w ill cure even chronic con
though negotiations w ith the Univer-! gtipatlon. Sold by all druggists.
sity of Chicago for a football match
between Harvard and the maroons
next November fell through, there
beems to be a good chance that the
All the news
ail the time Tie
Young Sinnet. the fast little ban
tam pug of Kock Island, will not real
ize his dreams of a year past, on Jan.
5. The bout scheduled between him
and John Coulon to take place in John
Wagner's Racine club 011 that date has
bren called off by the title holder.
This was given out yesterday when
John opined that as Wagner was going
to promote a meeting between Mat'y
McCue and Tommy Bresnahan on Jan.
1 it would not be good business for
him to box in the same spot four days
Coulon says money is his only object
for being in the business of lighting,
and if lie can't ge' that there Isn't
much use for him risking a black eye,
his title, etc., etc.
Besides this the champion uncover
ed hie hand as to his so-called vacation
at Ottawa, III. John announced es
pecially for the benefit of Larney
Lichtenstein and Young Sinnet that he
was going to Ottawa to rest up after
his strenuous hunting trip, but instead
of resting the champ took a couple of
husky youngs'ers with him and he ban
been training in secret every day.
Now the laugh is on his rivals, for
they were of the opinion that Coulon
w-as slighting his work and were pro
dieting a trimming for him.
Denies Dodging Harris.
Coulon came forward with this yarn
when questioned regarding the report,
going the fight rounds that he left
town while Sammy Harris, manager of
Kid Williams, was here. Coulon
denies that he was afraid to mix tip
in an' oral batth with the easterner,
claiming that he did not know Harris
or Williams were iu this part of the
Local Fans Disappointed.
Many local fight fans are firm be
lievers in Sinnet as a scrapper. They
believed that he would have given 1
Coulon the scrap of his life time.
Sinnet, it fn known, carries a cou"l
of heavy jabs in either paw. Slhou
the announcement that Sinnet nnd
Coulon were to have fought at Racino
in January there was much speculation
on the part of the Rock Island fans
on the outcome of the bout. Many
thought that while the scrap was
scheduled for only ten rounds th.
local boy would have held uo chance
at grasping the title, but that If th
bout would have gone to 20 sessions,
there would be a new bantamweight,
champ. Sinnet is, long winded li'tlo,
fusseir and can Jake an awful beating.
This would give him a distinct advan
tage over the champ in a 20 round go.,
Now that the bout is off, the specula- r
tion will cease, but Rock Island fight .
followers, disappointed as they are, -hope
that Coulon and Sinnet will get ;
together in a long engagement before
many more moons so thut the local
pug can show the fighting world what
kind of a scrapper he Is.
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