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THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1914. sportikg m v;.ll HAILMISUia 1C14 VATEH Fi'.'E. CHAMPIONS WHO START NEW YEAR WITHOUT OTHERS DISPUTING THEIR CLAIMS ON TITLES J-.l t.. lLLl) Utiu v. ..-r.jrr cf i:: t Er.jtU.a Ich ti.r r.-n r.4 a wosialiifrf ir.-.o tm mjrt on ti trok of U ti..' rrorr. : r.X- Tt t rr; errr f WIT a prtr. e!4 la c'.ttera mvadl t.Ty f-r cU u watcb th awlai- NO FLASHES, HAYE ATPCAnZD FROM PRIZ: RING. TA'.Y Cr C!ANT3 CIZ'3 UP r:;:r.AL lcacue," i MM AltfiUI IM : If! ri"'i. oi ir-f CIYE3 CUT CC'.:E FiGUHES EH, WHAT'S THIS? HI WtUUIIUII lit Utlll Vrfw-vs ;::.-.r tc.K. Jsrv.-s-y L Tt the Fed- e-a! !yt . t.rr-j'S. ti'Mnf from Bai-i . t'.d To'i't'S J.i t:. east to Kansas r t: ., ;-.; rrrta'.-i c.r T l.-. rew e.';t'!a!:''ii, th ste'e-r- - t f f ?t-t7 J'.n B. I"?er, tf th . vee : -r j .4 jr. ie f..?red hi - i.n w.ji 'rr; Ir, r-;ir. f ; r:-';,'s an-i xt-r.e. " ; .'. i : n !: f i Ira wl ! e irM f'- 1'i the s '..Of.sl ; . ; .a.i.ed fTtry tt-r. r 1 i!'ro,, sr.a Mn eat " rig Tr: rf m t;'Ci'. It cost a 11. to tase t .. . w i'or tr-arn 1i Ft- Ixuj un5er lr. tow I'l "Vr and KenS -v if a irr.oH r.'arr.t's r-A brr;t fcl. J, ;', so I-.-ral can frur on er..r, -,, co':)4rt!; mon)' f'r trens-doit. If I ' y ret a. numW of rrta ' :s a ijrcii wi.m t.y ar angiirig ; t.'-r i.. :i T.-.t to a't only tee t r ' r.'J ' M (... ',;r, kU fghtirdf foe the 1- 1. arid wjifi th preelg of bavlt.g won t n it t j rfmntra perm nt. fa'le t m-k rr.'.-er c!i jjy i-f tn..-:r vr,--rri trip last --.,-. Can yr:i l"; gin what tt Fed-'--. rrsy er-.et (rum Ch'agO end t-J. ,. r,en ti. C:rit not make r-.-jney on . thes t o c!t C4rtrifo:,ed 7 r'.nertcore. 'n wnt tbrur lh rror.fr fif tteirior, th of ti X --,r.,,)t rc, r,(t :ta tt' tra la Eft ! tnr,T.r lf'r. Tht m In-. f,:, -.it It ! fft. Kom of tb f-. mj'j rriak lr.tr;!n fx4 fr t;,'..ht fcy to bor ,f w I Cats Ccfn Means More Than Court Actions, Says Johnson CHICAGO, January lOata raJpta waa mora thn court attona In tha t-dmnt of a. tabl war, aeor4)r.a; to Ban n. Johnaon, f.fa!Jnt of fh mr-l'n lyu tn4 mamluer of th nai:?naJ 'I Ma atat'iavrit w mi4 yalar4ar kT lh rafncin L('i ha4 whlla i;cu-li c tha fo;r.!.Uy of tha i-Vlcral leaau rnhrK aa attark n brttnUM baa bail tiriMiicn tba courla by meana of tha antl-tnrt law. If any movemant la mta by r oldar ItKur to o3oli piayara from J impiiia: fo if.a iiaw circuit. - 'Omtficti aant to American Loaru jUyrri hjr tha T&tx Iafua contain rot!c!!f tha itrna ron!onJ for ffaar vaMon al raJaa aa tr tha major Jmium." h aatl. "Conavijnt)y, axty court ationa opai to tha Frderal Lr cu r aqaally artiiatfl to all !au. 1 io w. vr, raal victor) an 4 df.?ata ar da-i'1't by tha pgWIo and not by tha court."' Celfert Who Carried Off Cups and Titles for 1913 National Champtpn. nttfur,. , Jramt X. Traara r.n Kranrl J. Oulmat 1'eniM'i .Mia Gtatif IVavaaaoroft Matropolltan Champions. v Amataiir , ..Jcfmo D. Trarar f xn .Alar Mmlta "tl Mia UarUm IIMllaa Junior fhillp V. O. Jrr Eaatarn Champions. Srman,a V stern Mr. ftiaM H. Rarlaw Inf r-ollHl , ....'ailiante tv lie tee IniervhnlaaUo -. Mas well R. Marston Nw orK i'rsaa r. M. iouid N. T. Atl.letlo lluk, "hi. hoi to lleach J'rooWlyn , .Lfevareui ljt4 lubMe llnWa ,....W. Jl. I'sitersort "tstsn lsisr4 ..Aut iat T. Kammar 'liilsel(.tla amateur... n II. B. Mrrarband rintert.lphi ope ..John J. Mrltermntt t.liedt)li-hia neo.. ...... Mre. R. n. yiarkew Host on aomen..,.. ....alia Margaret Curtla 6Ut Champions. rspAllfisa " w t v i . . . ..... . ,..,,....,.. , m . i iui 'alirirnla -....John T. Vee'll t hf.in.n amms Mlae Atlea Warner t 'ninrasa u Jotta lon iit 4 nnn..tleut ... '. Hotoeet IhlMi KWt-ia ....Waller Kalrbanka 1M. tpa jf,n j, Mclern).tt ln.Sir. . ...... nw:u '" Konal.l larrtaaa . low wmnan.. Misa Jennie Jonee KmwUy t.Kradf.a-4 KiarMaa ...........Laansnea al Klnnear Mssachuatta..-...........rrant J. oulmat Ma.arMisetl. apen.. Thomas I.. MrNimira Mi.l.lmn ....fhlltp Hianian MiniiMMS...., Harry O. Ijrgs Viaeonrl ..naysBand C. THoi-ne Noraaa John HurhM New MampafUra....... ............ .J. f. Ouif.H New Jersey..... Jarama IV Trayers t.ia ......t LXWItt riaUh r.t.iehr.ma... Or. A. K. Wet trean..... ........ ........... Riim.ii Mmub lnmrlsl.k , W. C. CiiwHa, Jr. Vvnrvevivanla ................. Jsmea Them peon 'rnrisaea....,,,.,,....,,,.,,....T. I. WVbb.. Jr. "I ... .. ......... ..Clenra V. Knfen rmont P. n. J.B,nr, vlr'"ta Jallua rHio.k M'lerfmsia rlrhsM I'svinsfh TV lsransia woman... ..Mis IWan lireeiu 1 EacUonal Champions. - '' nmtlr.. 'Warren K Wont eetra vpn ..........John J. MeOermait women l ma Mvra Malrrrrr o lth41 amateur Neison St. Whitney vMiihrn women Mrs K1wln W. !aiey Tmne Mleelsstt'l ........Sturrt . ttl. Itnev l-erin .Wihern .....A. Vklor lin 1a.Mn Nm-ihweet wasnea.. ...... Mrs. ' hJmi v t'enttal Illinof. John rlmp.u N.-r!h an. I J..uiH open T. 1 Mr.i,,ar -i-th and Honin women.,.. Vsa L. Hyj V'JUe AUanur- w. C Ralianivna e.)t!m Ufwni..... yarmaa MrHetk '"jih-rn fal, smta Mr. K, K. Wuiiama t"hl.-an M.irre r. Wn.m i i-i.s smmen ,,.M1aa ICmeaMna I'earr viirrn t'enn) Ivanla. ...... W. C t ownea. Jr. t rerni Ienn. caen. ........ .Jrt llutoatfs.n W eem I'mn. ms Mrs M J. Krimnei) WM'e J. UaroM H)M tw.uihrn rionita Jame K. Urd V-iihrm l-nrl1 !.. ..John J. MrPerm'ntt p.'tithera notia om....)r;H L It lleOa t tern lntererholatlc......,,Ilamld R;ir-ly Foralgn ChampJona. si'lHah ntaur.,.,,.........,.HrtH It. rttltnst .sh open II. avinf rtiMiaN nrt Mlaa Mur .wl.i r-r-h an ai.jr., harU ltH FriM ft open............. Ijrnri Iuiuaa .!. an imii.nr,,., T. It. Tirrn i'n4i wnmen M lea Muriel LKhM Basketball in the Stats Decisive Camee Scheduled. t'"ur ft tha fsstrst blH arhoel teaiaa la t) s s:ate a ill meet Paturisy ntfM wha Lao-anin rls.T Wltrata, the sta champions, and Toratl rlr Plom !-; on. AU four team fc tnads anvisM records thla year, tha W tnta and Bloamtturion Ittmt bavlnj area exery earn ther hae played.. Tnorfttoam ass th lossr of aa orenlma rama to Ka kma three weska a(t anj Vabanon haa been iir.ror'unata la ana er two at It a aarty (tmm, i'Vonh Ruhire fell befora taa Ibaaoa iu i iat ni(ht by a eeor t at a. Fat PUlnfitld Team Loses. V"T11 SALCM. lad.'. January J. Tha fast r. airfield tadepandent taajn toat ta tha fcrht-lrj Ncrtk 5Jn tiutniat bar Uat atrht by a score tt ) M I. Tba a-aa waa aae cf ! ferreat ever aean bar, altbautt North - t;ra the winaar aimoat tms i atart. RushvUT Loses to Lesanorv 1XS1XON. 14.. January V Lebanon s hK M an easy' ama tram tha RushvUie V --l r-.r last n'trht re a aevM-a f e? 1 . 1i Ummi team was ! rc'i1ean f. rn. aod run ta tLa ---:-a a'.niovt at a:0- Detcri fpeclala Meet Easterns, Th tons- expected dash of tha tsra fast Iljtiupfli trKt-per1nt tea,ma wtll TSa pu'.'ed ( T i.-t'tM ?n t--a T. it. C. A. rmaajla -.n tha iTHtf-m a.-.J Iet.-k P ,a 's t-!,v - e th tet rJrer in th ry-bv bwg eu' w'.ed a th teams, and a warns game t rx.VlM, T other r--e wsrj ha r!s34 jir r o-f -e--.!-!! th srinrer sri:i h d. - ' f ' ! f r fl th ri'r- It la aaM t.iat j r. t t" :na will he tinned t , - -, J era Nr .rwi - " ' i?i I? t e fie(rv.,in tr a IT: 1 111 VV SMPlvCVU Fetfs Ma Place Club In Bath Bronx ar.d Brooklyn. NEW TOP.K, jMiaur L Tt th F4- rai lgM (lna to plr elabt in btb niwri fcr tw!y. It waa aaiJ C-t th i.-r ortw:iUiin ha4 option crt Wfv-;j.(T on In KrooalD, ol tM Boax o i in tft lironi. 'odermi promoters mT rJrt-3 t bMfl It) Tt COB- ferer.awUa rrr Tor mn rtr ta lat Btdt of t rnninuou. RRSr DIV1SI0H FORM ISllOFnCKS WILL frIZE UP ALL INDIANS ON TRAINING TRIP. SPRINGFIELD IS FOR SALE DEXVETV Janiary 1-Tfe futures f tha IndiatrapoIU club af tia Aroarlran AaaocUUoo, tba rVprina-flald club of tb Central Laaanto t4 tlx TasTr dab, pan-nan t wlnoor of tha Weatam Zaaajaa. war fnratly outlhiod yaatrAr by J. C. iarxSrlcka. at iTaaant manayer of tha tarr taam. anl wbo la to realm to tak rharra of tha Indlajtapolia club. Af-f orcinr to Hantrlcka. probably all of tha twanty-flvo piayara now on -to lni:na-polia roatrr will ba taks on tha aprtna: tralnlnr-trip, ao that ha may otrmln thalr ruartu and aftar that ta.tXA) will ba pt If aacaaaary In bnUdlBa; up tha team, lia may dackla to hava too Xaqvcr teajn train 1tn ttva Indian. - - Arrordinr to Handrlcka a 3aJ la on with mnaaar rmjnto C'hanea, of tn N'aw Tork AmartcaJi I aaa-oa tam toy whlrh 'it-ftHder Hmttt woltar will bocom an Indian. No Indianapolis pltrcri ara to ba troucht to Ian?r tnd no Danver pliyrra will ba tranafrr4 to Indianapolis, ha aid. Invr will bava a atrons nucleus for tnMlior rumpwaihlp (Mm, ud not n- Ins will bo parai to puseo Jndla.napolia In ; tha first dlviaion of tbo naaociation at laaat. Tbo Sprtrtrflald clab Is for aala. ASK WAIVERS ON MILLERS. Mivnsapolis Club Owntrt Put Ent.rs Taam en Block. M TtTS ZAPOLIS. January "l That J CanUllpn plans to rebuild hta Mlnneapolia club Is th American Aeaoclatlon waa Indicated today when ft beenmo known that ho bad naked -fur ware era on every member of tha club. Waleera were secured on all except Claude Hoairrnan. Jimmy William, Hoy fjitteraon. Dave Altlser an-1 Joo faka. Three cluba claimed AJtlaer. On other club be-slde .Columbus put In a claim for Jinuny Wllllama, and Kanaaa City offered to take Kred Ika. It la aald OJmetasvd. Rondeau Smith, the Delehanty brotber. Clymer, Flen. Whe-lan. MocrMsre, Bnrna. Hunter, Gllllcan, Tannehlll and KUItfer war not claimed by any club in tha leagrie. College Champs, Runners-Up ftpert " CKamplon Ruaner-up rtasebail. lata lErowa taastball.......r.. Cor nail ,Pnnctoa Chaaa .....Columbia...... J)nBay I vanla 'raMoastn ...... 0"rne 1 1 ........ .Jtareard KMH-lnt...... tolwnbla .Cornell 'nnt bail. Harvard ..Indian Oolf ' ......Tal WlUlama Oyniaaatica........ PennsylrsBla.. rnncetn ilu. Tata. ........... filMatun Hry ........ HarTai4.,..n, JT-lvr-ejsi I rrraM .-. Nanara "err. ell Kowlns;.......r...., pyroewe. ....... Cornell Klfla Ilarrard Mas. Assise slmmlnt eastl.. Tale.. .......... Prtncetoa n'srtmmin' tNlnl).Northwstm..Tal Knrrtr.. . .......... H a rv rd .1 1 aearford TrsK-tt... ...... ...... Pennsyleanla...Hai-aid Teivnla. Harvart...... Tata Waier'pnto least). iTlnovian...... Tal Water polo (otBI). r,rlrtreton......TU1iol Wrestling Cornell. ........ Irlncatia ATTACKS COST OF TIRES. Charles P. Fox Says Holly May Bs Substituted for 'Rubber. ATLANTA. Ga.i January 1. Kducatora. entomoloclsta, chamlata. botanists ; sad psvt-holoajiata wr among thoaa for m hum th prosjram of today's aoaalon of tha American Society for the Atlvance-trir-ri of tVlenre was prepared. The wn krr included VT; Charlea I rron, chief chemtt of tha L'ntted States bureau of mine, areneral aeTetarr of the Anieri-nn Chen-teal Hocleiy,' an. I Kobert K. Imnean. t'nlveralty of lit te bur sr. known for tha Industrial fcllowshlpa ha onclnaleJ. " ' An attack on tha cost of automobile tlrea waa outlined by Char lea P. Kot, of Akron. O.. who dlecussed tha posalblli-tr of liolly fumlahlnsj n subatltute for rtibriar. Another poasi We Use for cotton aee1, that of a food for mankind, waa the unieeM of an address by C. A. wells, of Kxpertment. Ga. Amoris other notable addresses was that of lr. Joseph A. Holmes director of the Unite! Htatea bureau of mines. 00 aafety and th prevention of waste ' tn tnlntns; and metaluria-cal operaUona. Chanses in Motor Mart FRANK I MOORE. Fr the last Tear or so, th II. W. Johna-ManvUle Company haa been buying up accessory companies all over the country uiutl it now has a chain of fao t.rtea 'which turn out nearly e vary thing t?.st ! in universal demand by motor lts. The lnviianapoUs branch of the compAT will atart the year 1U with Fruk L, Were president of th Indiana-pois Aiit!ifbi'.a Trsds Aaruciatvon. as its heal. Cntil todav. kloorw had been ran nctedl with -the KisUer Autotnooire Com-1 Anr, on Capitol avenue., but now will t-rt in cpsrce of the autotnohd accessory ;-r irtrnf.t for Jphns-Manvii.e Con-l.tay In Indiana and Kentucky. M prs is inw of the rionecra of the itvl!ir?ry In t;:.s city ani haa be contierfd with urifiiit corrrvtntes almost from th t!me a ulomoc-Uea ixn-ame t?pulo.r. Ecost for Rickey. T. I.OlIS. Js.r.iiary I Prancb P.ickey. new liroirn nianjttr. ba been promoted from secrrnry t- ietvr!d viv-.-rci ict of t- e r!l!h. ivl S:iC tH A r'.ac- Ml th N"e, cf tUre. t-rs- L.rara Mason, r.erhew cf i:TaJier.t Hcciss, la Li. US eecreiaxx. r - a. i ;. .i rRAfCIS OTOaTET. Golf, MEET AT FRENCH UCK. Major' League Men to Prepare 1914 Playing Schedules. CHICAGO. January L President B. B. Johnson susd Secretary 1 Ian-ids e. of tba American Lea rue. left for French Lick. IniL, today, where they will meet B rrry Drerfun. of the Plttsburc National Loaarua taam. and Secretary Xeydler. of th National Leasrue. and prepare the piayinaT scSMuira tor llt. o tn national and American lesfU'a. President Johnson aaid tne American Leaaue aeaaon would open April M and probably would close October 7. The -National Leaaue season will open April 14 and probably close about October a. Sox and Giants May Invade South America Next Year CHICAGO. January 1. Owner Charles Cbmlskey likes world tourlnc so well that ha la ready to lead another expedition of barnstormers to South America next year, according- to lettera received at Hox headquarters from the world tourists, who ara now approachlnsr Brisbane. Auatralla. alanaarer Mcieraw. of the Olants. the Rot correspondent reports, haa recovered from another attack of aedslckneaa. MULLIN TO JOIN HOOSIERS. Former Tiger Confirms Report Regarding Indianapolis Club. DETROIT. January - 1. George Mullin. tha former Tler pitcher, announoee that he will algn a contract with the Indiana-rolls Federals. Joe Tinker also haa been after him. but afullln thinks the Indlana-polls offer better. "The fact that tha Federal ara wtlUn- to put two or three years' salary In lb bank for players looks food to me." he said. "I expect to be ail right axatn next year.' TODAY'S BOXING BOUTS Gsnbeet Smith va. Arthur Peiky. twenty raanda. at Baa yrancleco, cal. . I, each Crow va. Bud Anderson. twenty rounoa, at Loa Ansel, OaL FYeddle Welsh va. Johnny Dundee, ten rounUa. at Nw Orleans, la. frtava Ktcnl va Battling Schulta. ten rouada. at Toledo. t. Matty MrCss vS. Tommy Breanahan. taa round, at Racine. Wis. Tsang Binaett va Jlonnay Watts, slsht round, at Kadne, Whs. TsoDf MeGann va. Normaa Couture, tsa reunda. at Madlaoa. Wla. Joe Perreate va X14 Meran. aiht round at Medusae. W la. Otto Knblar va Johnny Dohan. tea rounds, at Brooklyn. M. T. Rsnaamas Blaka va. Dixie Kid. twenty iwunda, at London. EAfland. Qua tTiflsii n. jack Dillon, tea reunda, at Indiana pat la. lad. A TVcUreet va Knockout Brawn, taa rounds, at MUwauke. Mia. - Jack Britten va. Jos Harst, six rounds, at Pklladelpbia. Pa. Phil Brock va Kid Tekuos. tea rounds, at Deaser. CUlix Harry Tracer vs. WtUle Jenea. test rwanda, at Oaiiimbas. WHO'S WHO IN BaaebaJl The Philadelphia Athlettoa. who won the world s championship for tha third time la four years after a flv-srani aervea with th Js'ew lork Ulanta. winners of the National League pennant for th third suceesslvs aeaaon; Ty Cobb, reading batsman of the American League; Walter Johnson, Christy Math ween, Hans Wagner, Jake Dnubert (leader of National League at the bao, tdde Colliaa. Frank Baker and Joe Tinker. Golf Frnncla J. OulmeL who startled th world of sports by winning national open ehamptenehip. defeating Varden and ftay; Jerome D. Travera. winner of amateur, metropolitan and New Jersey titles; Miss Gladya Kavenecrott. of England, winner of the women ' a chatnpsoaahlp. a Swimming Duke Kahanamoku, of Hawaii, wbo aet new world' a records for fifty, seventy-five and one hundred yards; Perry McGUlivray, of Iuinots A. C. who established records for live hundred and eight hundred yards; L. B. Goodwin. New York A. C made records at sow and L3u0 yards and one mile. Track and Field Athletic John Paul J one. Hannea Kelehmabaen, James I. Wendell, Abel Klvtat. Lee Ooehrlng and Donald Llppiocott, who aet new world's recorda. Croaa-Conntry Running Abel R. Kiviat. of th Irlsh-Amertcan Atbletlc Club, winner of the national championship. and Hansen Kolehmatnen. of th Inah-Amertcan Athletic Club, winner of tha metropolitan champtonanlp; R. Bt. B. Boyd. of Harvard, winner of IntercoUeglaie championship, and Cornell university, which won the team title-Thoroughbred Racing Whisk Broom IL which won tha three big spring band lea pa and aet world's record of S 0 for one mile asvd e quarter; Iron Mask, which ran six furlongs in 1:10 4-4, and Froglega. which covered one mile and twenty yards In 1-X. Trotting Pet r Yolo, which established new world record of I.MVi for a two-year-old coJt- . ! AutomobHing Julea Gout, who wen the flve-bundred-mlle interna tional race at Indianapolla, and : George Botllot. wbe won the Grand Prix. In Franca. t Football Harsard. which won the eo-called cbamplonshtp without the loas ef n game; Charles Edward Brtckley. of Harvard, who. almost aingle-handed, defeated Tal by kicking Ave goal from field. BoxmgWtUle . Ritchie, lightweight champion; Jobany K. 11 bane, featherweight champion; Johnny Coalon. bentaaa-w eight cnajxtpton. -- Rowing B, Dibble, of Don Rewlnr Club. Toronto, by virtu of victory ewer Edward B. Butler, ta the neater start eulls over the regulation national association distance of on mil and a quarter. College varsity eights. Syracuse; varsity tour a. Cornell; freshman eignts, Cornell. ' Polo "The b!g four." Harry Payn Wtltney. Larry Water bury, Monty Watarbury and Devereur MJIburn. whs suc-ceaafuUy defended International cup. Bowl!ng WKUam J. Knox, of Philadelphia, who rolled n perfect score la A. R. C tournament; Flor a"Knlsfcls. of St. 1 Paul, who made a record of . lor five-man team In three games. Chess Jose R- Capabianca, brlUlant Cuban, winner of Interna tvooai. and Frank R. Marshall, winner of Cuban trophy. - Tacb ting Morton F. plant's schooner KWoa, winner of Astor cup. among Mher trophlee; Ralph N. ElUa'a Zraqneia. leading winner in fifty-foot class, and A- G. liana a a Joeephiite. winner in the P da as. Motor Booting E Macks y Edgra MapU Leaf IV. winner of tnternaUooal Ctjp for EcgUad. aetUng world "a record of 33Sa lor XT miles. . . . . - Lawn TennlsMaurio E. McLougbUn. R. Norri tvilHama and Harold ft. Hacketc. wbo resjahied tne Davt en- Mrv-IMigbiln. who won the national singlea title for as con J tiro ai-d retained title ln doubles srltb T. C Bandy- Mine Mary . . fcruan. winner of women a national alnglee title, doy Wee with Mrs. K A Wiiliams, and mixed doubles with W. T. Tliden. Court Tennis Jay Gowd. winner ef national amateur championship: Jay Gould and TT. H. T. Hi. ha. winner of national daub'.ea cbAmpiuorh.'p. Sd-ssb Teonio George Whitney, amateur handicap. fiacquets Laa-rence Waterburr. winner of national amateur championship; Jack Soutar. winner of world's professional titie and natjorval champonh!p. . Bl'uir-is Wriie Horr. botder of world's championship ft botn 1S.I and IS- baUkline: Jeoefb Mayer, a inner f national aaurttH:r championship. Pocket bi'.ljrds Benny' Ain, ho'der of professional champioc.ahlp; J Howard Shoemaker, holder of amateur tit!. WreaUinx Fmaa Gotcis. te B.-g.afsa'ad. ........ y ' t' e WILLIE HOPPK. EUliarda. f JOHXXT KII.BANE. Featbrwa!r;ht. PAT PAGE MAY YET LAND PLACE AS INDIANA COACH MAROON OFFICIAL FAVORED BY INDIANAPOLIS ALUMNI. THREE OTHERS CONSIDERED Acrordint to a report current amons: IndtanaKlls alumni of Indiana university, Pat Pace, the former Chicago star and now aaslstaut tu coach StasK there, will be the next coach of athletic teams at Indiana. A rumor was started some time agt that I'are would be the conch at Indiana, but as tt waa known that Pane had a contract with the Maroon authorities lasting until 1)15, hope, of rettins; the popular star waa abandoned." Now it seema that Pare haa been approached by Indiana athletic authorities and offered a contract. It Is all that Pare Is so well liked at Chicaaro that ftas;s; will not atand In his wav If he rets a better offer than the one nn.ler which lie l now worklnr at the Midway school, and that the Question of salary Is all that remainn to be decided. Pare coaches In all four branches of sport and for ttiix reanon hi demand arn said to be higher than the Indiana athletic board has hitherto spent on It coaches. It 1 said that I'are wanta to go to Indiana and Indiana want Pare. He Is one of the few men that ever made his monogram in four branches of sport at Chicago, and la one of the beat all-around men that has e er been developed in the west. The work that he la now dolnr for Stags has lmprod him wonderfully as a coach, and ha now has complete charge of basketball and baseball there, being assistant coaeh of the football and track teams. Indlanaolla alumni think that Pare would le an Ideal man for Indiana, aa he i-' noted for the "pep" and nglitlnr plrit which be possesses. He la a small n.an physically, but lie haa no bal habile, and is known for hl. clean sport sman-shlp. It Is not known what the salary rlltTerencea are between -the Indiana au-thorltiea and Page, hut he la aaid to be holding out for t.bo a vear. which l a much better salary than he la now ret-tlnr. Indianapolis alumni are getttnr ready to send a s nan mi of letters to Dr. Hryan and the athletic board, urglnr that Page be hired If poasible. The other three men who are beinr considered are auid to be Child, the Wooyter lO.) roach; Perkins, of Tacoma. and mr Pill Hollenbeck. the former lUr fullback on the Pennsylvania team. Cold Feet or Athletics. IINPON. January l.-The British Olympic fund, whose sponsors aspired to secure 5in.ono through a national eub-1 scriptlon. haa turned out to be n monumental fiasco. In October last the special Olympic games committee decided unanimously that If the fund did not reach tUU.. by the end of 11J tha corumltte would not be Justified in proceeding further in the matter, tin the expiration of the time limit veaterday the aubscrlptlons aggregated only fu6.t. Of the total sum subscribed only S300 Is tn hard cash, the balance having been merely provisionally promlaed. Out of the cash collected, the committee haa already expended SI7.6t, which leaves a balance of SIS.") for finding and training a team to avenr Great It r I tain at the Berlin Olympic gmmea In 191. WORLD OF SPORTS wtnner ef naOonai amateur cnampionabip ; WILLIE RTTCUIC. v Urhtwtubt. r 4 s i i FRANK GOTCH. Wrestling. CONNIE MACK. BasebalL History Records Greatest Year in Athletic Sports By Jasaea K. alllraa. Sratary af Use Athletic t alass and t alted UI Cwaala-slaner te tne OtysaaJe Uaaaea. The last year In track and field athletics has certainly bean one of the most successful years wa have ever had. Ath-let ca has taken hold on our American people, and the younger generation la taklnc a more active Interest In the competitive side. More sthletes competed during th laat year than aver before In the hletory of athletic. Atbletlc club are numerous and many. Year after year those that follow closely the track and field dolnga In America proclaim that our records are all of auch high character that they ara unbeatable, but year after year we find these records tumbling, and there Is no telling where we ara going to atop. At the last annual meeting of the Amateur Athletic L'nion. the governing body of athlatlca In America, tnere wer pa seed on and accepted no lew than aav-enty-flve new recorda. and several that went by the boat-da were those that we thought unbeatable, particularly the celebrated standing high rump- record made by Kay C. Kwry. aeveral years ego. which waa beaten by: Ijbo Ooehrlng. of th Mohawk Athletic Club. At the Harvard stadium laat June Jamea I. Wendell equaled one of the best on our books, which msny thought would never be approached namely, 1-6 seconds over the r-yard low hurdle, which la n remarkable piece of hurdling. Then we must not forget Llpptncotfs 21 1- seconds. John Paul Jonee s new mark for one mile and th wonderful performance of the schoolboys, particularly Hob I neon, of Mereersburg. Although Robinson's rec. rds have not been excepted, be proved concluatvely that he waa the echolastlc And of the year. Then. too. Kolehmainen juet Blaughtered aid marks. So on the whole It can be safely claimed that the season of 11J waa very aucceea-ful and I believe U14 will be Juat aa suc-cesaful If not more so, aa athletic haa that steady growth. It Is a part of every religioua. educational and civic movement. They all take an Interest In the development of our lade, and with aU tbla work going en there le no reeeon In the world why the American oraclale ehould tear that this great country of ours will be baatea In lh next Olympiad at Berlin in 11C AT DAWN OF 1914 Jeslah O. Low, winner of naUona I' ; JOHXXT COCLOX. Bantam watf-M. MA CRICK McLACOHXIX. Tannla. OPENING WEEK" DAB ARE FIXED BY A jT. A. DEALERS DECIDE AGAINST ANNUAL AUTO SHOW.- DECORATIONS TO BE UNIFORM At a meeting of the board of directors of the Indianapolis Automobile Trad Association yesterday, February SS to 23 waa decided on aa the date for the "opening week." which le to be held this year In place of the automobile show which haa been held heretofore. F. Joe Kelly waa appointed publicity director for the event. The opening week le to be held thla year ln place of the ahow because of the poor housing lactiitiee wnicn are orcereo. in Indianapolis and because of the possibility of weather conditions Interfering seriously with the ahow as they have for the last two year. It was tnougnt tnat aa the automobile dealers in Indianapolis are located close together that much better resmlta could be obtained If every dealer had hla exhibit In his own salesroom. The decorations for the event will be uniform and the colors for the show will be selected by the directors of the aseo-riatlon some time next week. No dealer will be allowed to use anv other- than the standard decoration. The exhibition will be held about on month earlier this year than last because It has been found that dealer have been hampered by late dates. Practically every automobile dealer tn Indianapolis la a member- of the trade association and will take part in the opening week. Lfve News of the Scrappers Dillon Make Weight. Jack Dillon, who met Oue Carta I. th Milwaukee middleweight, at the Delaware street arena, thla afternoon, bad a trsubl la esaktag tha middleweight II salt mt 1st . at s 'rlock trt tnwntaa. tt las tus charge by mm that Inlloa had sstirm th wetajht along with the majority ef gved said dJo sigh ta, but K prosed conclusively that he J still a legitimate middle eight, provided he eaa weigh In fear r Sv bar I rf ar the ttsne scheduled See a nghi. Rrntlv- h had t refaw t asake 1M sms nags4.(r J loamy Cis bT. Killjoys Are Licked. IACTIAKTNTO, Cat.. January 1 It was aaaewncad H-taIly taday that the nam her r surnatnrws ts aa IntttatJv pet 111 aeaaoatng aa anti-erlsa ngkt law ta California waa hv tvfflrtMt t place th srep itloa en the 114 ballet. Twenty-Five Pounds Difference. SAN FRANCISCO. Jaasery L FTtss risg experts said today tw hvywtgwts war as ear better oaadltleaed for a flght than Ossa-beat Smith and Arthur PeBtay far taetr iMlrnjid hattla her thla iftmuas smith money waa In th asrandeaey and th add ea the Ounaer war prassad Oswa' by the weight f oota frwns It Is I t 1 te 7. s-oslth's (bisswse eewnte tt Uttto that tfcetr ma a was conceding a snattar ef twenty Sve POUBMX IS w V rwa I tner farmldabl record than hla aopenai wha aatil hta sant taday. ara vtrtsaliy ana haowa s tsa sn smwcim vvdm, r iii.t snnia achievement waa hi vtory v Lather McCarthy, wrn ta tare haa boa tea Jim Plena. Th wr slU seimsst this snorainsT. Swt mars ansa n a us p iiiai inava th rala woakl hold asT kssar swas s salt the stagtag mt taeeeea air batU. Bouts at Allan town. AXU.imeX. Pa, tJsanary 1 T Wash nay, ef ran city, at Mil 0rg Or, of First '-a ta ta Serb reausd as a chdaUd ts- reosd sent at rh Keyssaw Chsb last alght. Kid Lsck. f HifH Brtsga. r sua at aa etBt round draw with Kid Frank 11 a. ef Slatlaglea Is the sand-windus, Match for Coakley. i rVAIcrriLLX, lad, January L Klagden Bilrasst. mt St. Lsols, sad Clan CsaaJsy. ef sv Vina lad., light heavyweight, win I a ffftees-Tuarad swat Is thla city ea Jaauary tt. Ih SgM sader the a napless ef th t City Atstsiie Clus s BrannlgarvMar Draw. XJCXINOTON. Ky.. Jansary L Altbesgb the Ms Orsss Athletl Clsb's bsithsj glev c waa net a sects Snaaclally. the eatartai mat aoartamlaT stsndpaJnt waa a assssar. Paiaey Braanigan. ef rnttsbatrg, and Kaocstwet ware, af Cincinnati, appear ta ta siaia post. and th son tat waa a twest srtting n throagHasc Braasigaa aad a strg finish, but a draw would a fair SecnUoa, ts Still After Fight. KsTW TORK. Jaaaary L Barred fre Sght-iag la New Tarfc by a dart atom mt th state swatag Miaisilsslris Be rttsaSasaasns taaay wist t ph'lsAshahla tn aa err net ta amsng hta prnsnlasd - ossb sack ' hefer a eu that cttf. lla Seelarwd he weeks asset any taa the psuatsrs select if allowed t hex la penssyiTasia.' CAREY FLIRTS WITH FEDS. Pirate Slugger, However, la Not Ready ts Sign Contract. PITTS BIT lia. January X. According to a signed" article by the sport editor tf one of the Pittsburg; paper today, the Federal Laarus Las not yet secored th services of Max Carey, hit ring owtflelder of tb Pirate. It as said that Cam admits b Is eonsidenr.g terms but wl.l not sign with any ore until tn move la aanc-tvned by th players' fravrmlty. The Feds ar after Jimmy lox. coc4 baseman, also, th story aaya, and would Uke to ba Kontcfcy. Yesterday's Pony Winners. At Charteeton Incieit iV.Tinir'l. 1 i Td4:jES- mh4ti :jretmw (B-jiioa.. -I; I asTin oeaneri. --..l llursei. we imuii.. e- At Juarea Ch'ietrrae t. 'arrw'. Usk M1 i en-i I. I-l. n iT.li. T-i; Trw r iierK-.. 1. ssr luiM tvrtn-Bi. S-U arwrsss CLeft.). S-i. . t . II I - . i a " - i . ' 1 i i ; l I ' , 1 ..' V f 'r . - . : .' : v .... ?" r . . . Si " Je. . JCLXS GOUX Ante Itadng. PRACTICE FOR INDIANA GAME Illinois Basketball Men Ready1 for First Contest of Year. Special t Tba ladtanasoils New CHAMPAIGN. IIL. January L-Flftea basketbeJI men robbed themaelvee of the holiday season that they might practice baaketbeJl on tbe Cnlrersity f-Iiriaole floor during the yuletlde. to meet Indiana here January C. This will be the first conference gatno of tb season Making basketball player out of football men t th task that coach Ralph Joaea has assigned aimself. 11 haa Induced Inircn Waamer, Watson. Saniwir and Nesleda to axm on tbe baaketbail floor. All these football men were varsity players this tear except N riled re. Wimrord. Klrcher and Duncrars the only veterans to return. Comstocir. n sub at forward, la tn leading candidate for renter. Irwin plava well. He come frora hie Kin ley high school. After being lnai-glble tor two years. F. Hoffman baa returned to try for a place in hi aenlor year. lis did stellar work In las fresh-man year. . , Four Boxes Taken for - Homoc's January Tour rour of the boxes at the Muret bava already been taken for the Hooaler Mo tor Club's night at the theater, on Janu ary is. on oox waa taken by Harry Hints, two by J. J. Cole, one by W. R Ollbreeth and Jamss Gavtn. Guy Wright and Lon Smith, who 'are arranging for the Homoe tour, are said to have a num ber of Unusual stunts up thalr elva which they will sandwich In between the acts of tbe ahow. SCHEDULE FOR TONIGHT Thursday, January t. nVE-MAJf TEAMS. TJS p. sa. Alley. L phutlsta H. T. Baraaa. captain. Akard J. L. ' A hard, captain. Manuals 1 Oetheimer. capuia. , TWO-MAN THAM. IN f a I, T. Malonlnsn and W. H. T si anv. A. y and H. St. tCy. T. stnelleaborgwr and J BL Beettacaae. H. ruehnng end S. Masker. J. Oavta anl 11. C hchmiU. ' Edward Quinn and F. fcally. - , at a. sa: J. K. Xsewel and A. 1. O. Ceavhsr end J. TV. nche. A. K. IngersaU n4 R. New L la. K. R. Kaily and W. K. Mayer, t at Hayaa aad 1C C Churehiaaa. M. B. Clark aad T. Murr. INDrvTDUAXJL ' M at s. sa. Ailey. Ajley. I A. Warner. S. Kara a F. Kn. srnaJL Oarln a Estward Qulsa a u. X. BchsnitU nna p. ss. 1 A. K. TngsssaU. a J. W SsteBr. B. Nwun. Ft. Fwahrto. - U O. Cobasr. S-W. R. Mayer. Three five-man team, twelve two-man team and twelve Individual are scheduled to bowl in th city handicap tourney tonight- None of the so-oalied crack team a of th city are In the list, although the marks tnat nav been set uniu this time hav been made by team slrh wer not considered to have a show, with th gameo tonight, th tourney win con tinue until Sunday, by wnicn time an or the bowler entered will have had their whirl at the pine. SOMERSET Frwat 2h Beck If A saaort winter ssaniel, ewt dietinetively on the well liked rensd front aaedel. STADIUM Frot2. Rack if Sasm ne SOMERSET In ewt, bat made sp in assdras, tbe newest toack in eoUsra. T i I if H I f 1 v - The kind you've always wanted; at the pr:; you want to pay Guarantct J fadeless from enj cause Newest styles, in widest variety of patterr.';, I : -' : dashers everywhere SI. CO. Sl-50 and i;r HALL. 1 1 ARTWXLL CO, Tr.OY, ?'. Y. NEW TORK. January 1 As t ol y tr ile s and tbe new spring trto beirr the aportlnr world a rands poised ar.d ready to hail any new champion i:t r.av appear. The old onee wul be Icu ste-i auh the pas.str of their star. New ; sm-Prons have fUshed a c roes th l.cr.i-wlthln th last twelve ntontha. but as far as any one haa been abia to not ,-. r; o (Vashes have coin .from U.e prise r t- c. A lot of money taa been spent on tt same, but It haa been one of the leanest c! ear In bringing cut anything really onn while. Willi Ritchie has held on to bis tit of lightweight champion without irmch .tort and lees fighting.- Johnny Kl.tjara has trsTeled about picking up e,vy merer and easy pgfcta and is atl.l featberwe:M Virg. Johnnv Couinn. bantam weir ht. haa het oitt of th running because of r.lni-i. KM W U'lama. of KaJtirnore. and v an pi both claim Johnny's t-tle. but aa C. e Is cow getting ready to do bua-.rnaa h must be d:spied of before any ezm w-..i be satisfied. Th middleweight division ts so b-;:v crippled) that ir.er la l:tt. cbarca af pK-kirg up a - lc-oee string and tar it as leadirg to a chamrKn. Jlmmv Oatr-. oC MUnaukee. ta probably aa goo as w 1 be fojnd In his rlsss at prvaent. ;.. Bob MoAr.ister. of CsJ'.fomia, la Ing. Th welterweights ar a'so ur.r ed. tip with 3d;k C.tbbvn and lackey 1 1c-lArland standing out aa tha beat. O' Q-. boat K.nllh 1 genera l.v consiisrst th beat of the heavyweights, but fc :h is tar away from being a charerlo'J Tw heavyweight rahtera were k.ued dtir.ng the year. Iuuer MeCnrthv wr- ice "whlre neavyweichf rtuusl3iit-1 b' t by defeating Al I alter at Lo Arr irt frst of th year, litbrr waa k. o ! at Calsnry. Mar tt. ln bit f M w'.th, An: .r Ieky. liull Young d.ed August M f --'i the efTeot of a has delivered t N- :t-lard. McCarthy's death lert th way r-m for a general scrsmhl fnr th tit a. w --i has been rtghteously strlrped from th negro Johnson by public t-p.a.on. Cn of the moat unexpected rlst ef a new rharjpion was th ilaah of r rirr-, tnnmet to the top of th go'f har. J ,.s defeat of Vardon and Ray, th i rg ' ,si crack. In th open golf tourr.nroe.nt was one of th greatest exhftiitlona In Tears Maurice K. VciJiughiin trt'a Viv1 that he stands head and shoi .irrs at-ce other t"nts plsyers cf th court rv. To him belongs tnoet ef tb cred.t f .r th winning of tbe I "avis cap. Th lad.w Hrooka team successful! v defnnde 1 international cup asralnat tba f:r.r'is during th summer, but again must resist an attack this year. How They Stack Up ARTHUR rKLXST. Bora, October !?. 104, at Chatham. Ontario. ll ' - January 11 Kne4d out Bob MaAvsry, thrs rounds. A'iasna, Mass. March XnorKed est Eoldlar aUars. Sv rouneX at Adaina, Mass. April Urast with J act. Msfllsay taa rouoda,. Adams. Mans. Mar is-aw with Aad 7 Morris, saw rouade. Ad area. Mass. July SS-Ns decision. Jsa wn'.ard. taa reseda New Tark ctty. Aasast IS .o oerlaloa, ooldler SCaaraa, ssai rounds. New Tork CUT. Ausaat t Woo oar Soldier Kaaranv - sta rsunds, Kew Tor city. . November 1 Heat Andy M arris, taa leuata. Cb loops. Masa. 1J January Ka Seolaiea, Jim OoSsy. ajrg rownda. Pnlledetpcila. retwarr US aentasas, Frw4 Ma ray, tan remade, New Tork any. April 9 Ne decleio. Tossray Barsss, sis sasiada. Oa'sarr. Albes-Us, Mar V-Knocknd out Andy Msrrla, trh rwwnda Ca tarr, alberta. May H-Ksscksl'sui Lartkar MsCa.-ty, as pesnd. Calrary, Albert, iMoCarty died esse arsar.) yrairrxitjr uxxtmuaczam. ..Fnlker. Srr.-v : In- .... lilalt , ,. 1. TT1 IB, ., . KmhI , f i C II la Neck ; i la. .....OiMt (siptuvd.'j ,mmmtmm ,s t r is. HH..US1 f ontrriJ at ns. Lsan ta. . 1 llw la 1 la. i'S la. m.w... Thi 11 V ra. .....-.. s,f ... H tv TV la. ....m.mm. nst IS. Aakls It-. oukpoit txrnt. May t, isaa. al riaAaipals, Cll Jslr B Kaorkad est - Andy V arris, rsuada New Tork city. awpteenher SS K aerkad esst Jtsa Saa, revnda. -Vew Tork t7. liclrw 11 Knooked evt Jaw sStawart.. rwtmea at Jw Tern cnty. Deearahar th IW-IM rtssk Ifsrsa, ts aafy peasda. at Saa Fraaciseas assent wsa " Marah 1-sneed t- BwssJsardiar Wa2a. two ronnda Naw Tar rty. Arnl IV Na daataiaa. O safes BadsX, sen ra-nnds. Kew Tsesj lty. Msv aa-Defaatad Jess WTSarg. twenty remda Saa rrnnMaon, Jan r Knenksd snrt Oisn RadaL two rounds. Kw Tsek city. Aus-uat a g narked est Jim Frrna, frrs reunda Jfew Vera rlr. Octobae a w n font trmm Cart K -t. St rnaads. New Tent etry. Ortnbee XV Knoeked ssst Twar Baas, ts ranasa. Best an, Mas. Ortesar n Knarred amt CTiasnu , IT. ar. thrw resnda. New Tor city. November TT ikaHsloa evee fta Var-ificC. fwalv rounds. Boatsn. Maae, r THlZ daily tu of wur .with yourcojlar tho torn tics and tried tern- ' per arc at on end Tt hen yoa take to " COLLARS' Because there are two exclusive, patented features about SUDEWELLcoIIzrs not found on any others that assure collar convenience and collar comfort. One of these is the "back button" shield that permits the scarf to move freely a frtr the conr is buttoned. The other is the graduated tie apace that no custom laundering destroys. Costa so little to prove e much in the provis. lSc2for2Sc IT s ... .. 1 !V (nocmaij i In. atat ...... .. . ts. ... i ii. V' 1 1 s 1 la ...i.m L la, mrwpa .w , '. t la. - t l I s 9 ,

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