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 - f Washington Baseball Club Transfer....
f Washington Baseball Club Transfer. WASHINGTON, Oct. 29.-Manager 29.-Manager 29.-Manager James - H. Manning of the Washington Baseball ' Club, who has given an option for the ale of his controlling Interest In the club to Frd PostaJ of Detroit, slid to-night to-night to-night that he expected the transfer of bis IntoMst would be completed to-morrow, to-morrow, to-morrow, r' Severs! local stockholders ot tne ciud. ne mw. nna tried to Influence him to retain, his conn.o-, conn.o-, conn.o-, ; tion with the organisation, but he ewukl ( hot ae things in their light, While the i primary cause of hla retirement from the I club is the opportunity to go into soma i other business. Mr. Manning said ee-' ee-' ee-' ondary reason Is a be ief that It routd be better for bim and for the club for htm I to retire at this time. When Mr. Maanlmr I was asked for an explanation of the iat-i iat-i iat-i ter statement, he admitted that the relations relations between hlra and President Ban John-f John-f John-f eon of the American League were such i trial he thought the Washington club would I fare better in fie hands 6f some one else, s while there has never been an optin breach between Mr. Jennings and Mr. lohn-fn. lohn-fn. lohn-fn. the two have not been In' harmony . in their views regarding tee policy of the AAerlcan Leaxua. v

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 30 Oct 1901, Wed,
  3. Page 7

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