Clipped From The Topeka Daily Capital
TEBEAU AFTER WALDRON. He Is Trying to Get the Little Out-Fielder Out-Fielder Out-Fielder to Desert Nichols. Denyer, Col., April 29.-rDespite 29.-rDespite 29.-rDespite their oft-repeated oft-repeated oft-repeated assertions that they would not countenance contract jumoihe: the Amerl- Amerl- 'can association magnates are now making an attempt to disrupt some of the Western league teams by! inducing their players to desert. The best proof of this assertion is a telegram received last night by Irving Irving Waldron, the little right fielder of the Kansas City team. If was from George Te-beaii, Te-beaii, Te-beaii, mahagerjof the Louisville American association cluo, and-offered and-offered and-offered Waldron $350 a month if he would cult Nichols and join the Louisville Colonels at once. Waldron Waldron wired back imediately, stating that he was perfectly satisfied with his berth in the Western league and in organized ball and did not care to receive any more offers from American' association teams. The little fielder turned the Tebeau telegram telegram over to Manager Charley Nichols, who will keep it as a memento of the event. " - -" -" - " i ; Manager Nichols only laughed when questionedabout Tebeau's attempt to get Waldron to jump. I think most of my men are perfectly satisfied with the treatment treatment they are receiving and are going" to receive and I think they will follow Wal-dron's Wal-dron's Wal-dron's example in turning down such :of-fers. :of-fers. :of-fers. They know that organized, ball is the best for them. Waldron is not. jthe only one who has been aproached, by the way. Tebeau has always been anxious to sign Waldron. He 'was after him in the East at the time that I. landed him." ! '