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Ttffc BOSTON GLOBE THURSDAY. FEDRUARY 9. 1911. BARRY. AND OTOOLE BEST THE1R MEN I 01 '.fOU'. VAIMXME THINK tlKINNON HAD BEST OF IT Roxbury. Boxer Gets a Draw, However. ADO TO All ALREADY QEHAQKflDLE RECORD. RED SOX SPRING TRIPJNDETAIL Just What Tip O'Neill Has Laid Out. CURTIS AGAIN AH WITH NATIONALS Winchester High Girls Shut Out Salem Girls, 32 to 0, and Ssorc Their 201st Point, to Opponents 115. Pitcher Sends in His: -? b4 1911 Contract. J 'll: lampion is Outgeneralied and : Leads Only in Roughing. - i 1 Knockout Carries Milling to Hjs Man Always'in Philadelphia Bout. : - t pHTLADELPIIIA. Feb 8 Valentine .-'Knockout") Brown, the 18-yeax-old SiW York lad, not only held champion j Wulpast safe in the six-round wind-;j &t the American A. C. tonight, but was entitled to the popular verdict 4 the finish. Brown earned the fighting to Wolgast roaghout the milling, outboxed him ad outgeneralied him and when it -tm to the give-and-take, with both rrnging wickedly for the stomach, th .jrdy little light-haired New York boy it right there until referee O'Brien rre the fighting lightweights apart. The only thing that Wolgast had on ;rown was in the genue art of rougii-. it At this pastime the champion sae head and shoulders over Brownie ad he often brpught forth the wildest 3 tapfrovaj from the spectators for his tszn tactics. f The Windup was a fitting climax to & -I t-conducted boxing entertainment. 'vs ether bouts between hign-pneed aers preceded the Wolgast-Brown ! and then there was a thrilling S me preliminary which tore open the. 1 :xig. ia the semi windup between Tommy 1 Toole of this city and Diesrer Stanley I ;f England, the reputed bantamweight 1 -xrpion of England, the local man - j i-nfd the decision at the finish. Stan-ier was a frail looking youngster. but Y was up to ail the British tricks of i trade. He had everything but a V but his skill could not keep oft t rushing Tommy, and O'Toole was 3 : winner at the end, owing to his I pro us aggressive work and the land--1 if of the cleaner cut blows. The4 Jim Barry-J Jeannette bout m Barry-J Jeannette bout together two big and willing fht as, with plenty of clinches to keep : referee busy tearing the men apart, .ary- had something on the husky -jTo during the first four rounds, and 'lough slowing up in the last two aids, he earned the newspaper ver-.1 at the end. The Young O Leary -Jimmy Carroll :o ended with OLeary the winner uea tne bell brought to a close the rth found. rie main bout in detail. When Wolgast and Brown entered ring the immense American A. C. -rna was little more than half-filled. Both' boys apeared to be In 'the pink condition, especially the champion. io for more than a fortnight has ca Quartered at Fernwood, Delaware Innty, just over the city line from . iladelptia. .t was announced that both men were !r the stipulated weight, 133 inds. Ia Wolgasts corner were i3i Jones, his manager. Herbert Wil-t Hermann liutt and Joe Kline-vwji'e s-ionds were Adam Bowen, ia Smolik and Dan Morgan, his 1 laager. Bota boys were supposed to weigh i at 133 pounds ringside, but neither ir--r : wched that weight when tney steped , -to the scalea Wolg&st, with bathrobe 1 fighting togs brought the beam only 131 po weit was said to be 130 V pounds. Soleast apparently took Brown teaply at the start. He deliberately tjck out his chin time and again in first two rounds as if inviting the aockout lad to take a shot, but he n forgot this habit as the bout fire n and Brownie failed to show r fer of the champons prowess. The New York youngster boxes with i right hand extended and left held A for the punch, and this style of j ihting evidently did more to jouzxle J unds. while Browns olgast than the punch which Valen- ; southpaw glove. ' delivered with his A4 boxed with wide oren guanl and ii an apparent utter disrespect fori :owtts wallops, but he covered up re- j -tttdiT near the closing rounds, when Li punches which Brown had been c?a'arty and tellingly getting in svted to have their effect. That Wolgast is not a six-round win-N- was proven conclusively in the That he would have won had go been slated for a much longer I Hod very few spectators in the crowd --ned. A1 Is a rough, sturdy lad. always Tirr and eager to rough and fight in clinches, and at this style of game greatly resembles the Battling Dane. started to make use of these tactics tmnencir.g with the thtrd round, after "wn had carried the fighting to him the first six minutes, and he repeat-y mussed the knockout one at every IFMrtjnity. . . j I But at that Brown invariably went jl'to everv scrimmage with as much If wemess'to get to Wolgast as Wolgast s to get at him. Although Ad's punches carried more 1 am and strength behind them than 4 the New York boxers, the former rji tot seem able to land them on any 'al spot. Although Browns guard have been pie for the late Joe ! .ts to crash through, the Knockout 'tvoa managed to avoid any sleep pro--cer which Wolgast swung, and bug in sheer desperation as the bout 'oeeeded and the going was going ?last him. Newcomer begins well iensgen of Munich Beats Mayer In Uphill Billiard Match Gardner Defeats Poggenburg. SEW YORK. Feb 8 Although he has only three days in this country, ibert Poensgen of Munich, the amat-.r balkline billiard champion of Germany, made a good Impression on the -hard experts who saw him win his -st game tonight In the worlds ama-tor championship tournament at the ederkrans club. Ppeasg,?n won by 400 to 333 from Jo-lb Mayer of Philadelphia, who bad lead of 115 points at the end of the a toning. In the next two turns at tMile Poensgen Scored 154 caroms ot 53 and 95, took the lead, r j , nt relinguish It until he fin-rd the game in the 35th inning. The ire: . , Poensgen-0, 2, 2. L 1. tL 15, 3, 0. 1. 0, '' i - 0. 6, 21. 59. 95, 3. 1. 1. 2, 3, ; 5- 29, 2. 6 total 400. Average runs 95. 59. d, ' runs 07. 4ayej-h ? 7. 6. 23. 18. 35, 2. 4. . . 13. r, 5 8. 8, 11. 5, 0, 0. 0. 18, L 2. Avera 8 7-34 . - VhouriWln am whlch required i t -ur won hy the national am- V ff iorS,pnt-Edwd w- Gardner I J-Jy ta The IrArg of Dthieri Au Ferdinand Poggen- club, held toaard "t'hi .a brilliant run of 67l form game. nade run-of 47 in the -g anT showed fine nurs- t-ag. 2 Katnered 32 in the 29th in-Gi-vu.0 score: fit Tit h 3; 16. L 24. 7. 22. 15, 0. 4 T r,? S 3V V, 2 1; 26. 26. 3, 114-3S 6- 8 Total gjL aver PoevS? runs 57, 30, 2S, v S6eht,urs-, j. 7, 9 ; 47, j, j. Ya ) - V ' V ' 7 - V Vs ' . ' ' ' ,J' - i St'- r - ,f. -fA . V A.. f W -f.: 1 - V' VALENTINE (KNOCKOUT) BBOWN. 4. 7. av Albert G. Cutler of Boston was the referee for both games. 1. 27. 19, 20, 1, 3, flt 2, 0, 0. IE 4. 12. 0. 0, 11, 42, 3, 19. 19. 0. 7. 5 Total 292, .erage 8 12-&, high runs 47, 52. 27. . Ulipi CY CTAPQ CflP I I CP nUnl-CLT rLAnO rUn LlrL Battling Bill Has Leo Baker Arrested for Threats, Which Leo Denies Making. PASSAIC. N jr. Feb 8 "Battling" Bill Hurley today had Leo Baker, a local lightweight, arrested for threatening his life. Baker is being held under 31000 bad! for a hearing tomorrow morning. Baker has made It ux comfortable for the battler-in -his recent fights. by tantalizing him from the ringside- Hurley charges that on several occasions Baker has said he would shoot htm. Baker denies the charges. He say Hurley is jealous of him. STILL UNCONSCIOUS. Fatal Result, However, Not. Anticipated In Case of Benlea, Pittsburg Lightweight. CHATTANOOGA, Feb - 8 George. Benlea, the Pittsburg lightweight, , knocked out in the fourth round of bout here last night with Jake Abel, is stil) unconscious, clans, however, do fatal result. Benlea ' seemed to be all right soon after receiving the knockout blow,' a straight to the chin, but while -still perspiring he drank ice water and fainted. A doctor said Benlea s heart is affected. CARRIES OFF HONORS. Attending physi-not apprehend a Lot Roe of Toronto Wins Mile .and Half-Mile Skating Races at Rochester, N Y. ROCHESTER. N Y, Feb 8 Lot Roe of Toronto carried oft the honor . tonight in the amateur skating championships. He won the half-mile in 1:23 1-5 and the mile event in 3:112-5. Claudius Lamy, brother of Edmund, won the boys' mile event in 3:27 3-5l Edmund Lamy gave an exhibition to beat Roes time in the half-mile, covering the distance in 1:26 3-6. JENNIE W. IN FREE-FOR-ALL But Hal B. Jr and St Anthony Each Get a Heat Away From. Her at Ottawa Meet Ends Today. OTTAWA, Ont, Feb 8 The feature of todays program at the Central Canada Ice race was the free-for-all, which' was won by Jennie W, owned by L. J. Tarte of Montreal. After Hal B Jr had taken the first beat in 2:15, creating a track record, he was made favorite. Jennie W, however, took the second and third heats. while St Anthony, who was 14 to 1 in the books, finished first In the fourth heat after Jennie W had had an accident. Jennie W took the fifth without exerting herself. Otherwise the card was a mediocre one. being confined almost entirely to Canadian entries. The meet will close tomorrow, when a five-mile race will be put on, as well as running racesr-which will be introduced in Canada for the first time. ... The weather today was pleasant and the attendance Jhe largest of the meet. The summary: PBEE-FOR-ALL , Purge JflOO.-Jennie W. brm by Alcander (Bo- dln) . .., .....2 1 1 3 1 Hal B Jr, eha. by Ha! B (Eaon).t 3 J 2 3 St Anthony, ebb. by Baby W likes (Burnham) ...... 3 3 3 1 2 Tima 2:1514. :15i4. 2:17. CLASSIFIED RACE Purse 3300. Dan Fisher, blh. by Aibrlno (McBride) , ...... .......1 2 X 2 X Bert Nnthurst, bs, by Kuthurst ( Brasl e) .4 1 2 2 2 Cassle Pointer, bia. by Sidney Pointer (Ewing) A. .2 3 4 X3 Frelda K also started. Time 2:24, 2:25. 2:27. 2 21, 2:21.' ' ' CLASSIFIED BACK U Purse 300. Clyde, bin, by Alteyana (Burnham) 1 1 J Hal Direct, his (McPhee). ............ .2 2 5 Jennie Pries, bm (Kay).., - 4 6 2 Queen's Ideal and Bex also started. .Time 2:19ft. 2:19ft. 2:18ft. CLASSIFIED BACB , Purse 3300 (on finished). Fern Hal., blm. by Gold Bal (Uac-Pbersou) ..1 2 3 Kettle Ethan, brm. by Ethan Wilkes I McBride) .... .4- 8 Jap, cbf, by Kam (Burnham).... ...... 3 1 1 Ss Stiver Joe. Elmont. Qneeea Ideal. Harry Mac and Frank also started. Time 2:20. 2:19ft. 2:23. Tennis Association Challenges. SYDNEY, N S W.' Feb 3 The United States national lawn tennia association has challenged for the Dwight F. Darla international cup. A challenge from the British lawn tennis association is also expected. ; ; su , jiapld Exchanges in 15-Round I Bout at Manchester. ; . Jerry Meskill of Boston Is I ' Put Away Quickly.. ! MANCHESTER, N H, Feb 8 Rill McKinnon of Roxbury, . In the opinion of the' fans, -had the better of. Tommy Sullivan. of Lawrence' In their .15-round battle at the Queen City A. C, -tonight, but referee Kenney called it' a, draw. The tout was hard-fought throughout, with . McKinnon -.doing execution with shoj-t rights and lefts In the, clinches and meeting Sullivans rushes with stiff left-handers, which frequently drove his opponents head back. - In some of the rounds Sullivan landed solidly with left and right to the head, but McKinnon fought back strong and in thq clinches he pounded Sullivan bard. Sullivan lost a tooth as 'a' result of the milling. ,s . Johnny Gallant put away Benny Burkd or Boston in the sixth round of a sched uled eight-round bout. Kid OBrien of Lovell failed to appear. Jerry Meskill of -Koxbury was dropped in one round by Tommy Murphy of Lawrence. Murphy scored Tbith a left, -hich floored Meskill .and the latter, disregarding the advice of Eddie Shev-lin, continued to get to hid opponent; two more knockdowns resulting. Murphy then backed him against the. ropes and applied the' finishing touches. A crowd of 32w) people witnessed the bouta. , BUCKLES OUTCLASSED. Knocked Down by' Moha Eight Times in Milwaukee Graves Outpoints Sayers. , MILWAUKEE, Feb 8 In the windup of the new Star A. C. progran at the Shubert theatre tonight fiofij Moha clearly (outclassed Guy Buckles of Omaha., Buckles was knocked down for' count of nine in the first- round and seven more times during the" 10 round contest. Only hi3 gajneness kept him tn the Arena until the end. Jin the prettiest fight of. the night. Kid Graves outpointed Maurice Sayers. Sayers did most of the leading, but was not effective and his opponent was able to reach hint repeatedly, but was not strong encugh to put him to the floor, TWELVE ROUNDS TO A DRAW. Even Fighting Decision of the Referee In the Perron-Moriarty Clash at Fall River. - : FALL- RIVER. Feb 8 Frank Perron of Pawtucket and Jimmy Moriarty of Lowell, went 13 rounds to a draw before the members of tjie Colonial A. C.-tonight. .The "first six. rounds, were pretty tame, Moriarty having an - advantage through his ability to land left Jabs. Time and again the Lowell man planted hisrieft to the' Pawtucket boxer's Jaw, but he did not do much damage. In the eighth, ninth, 10th and 11th rounds Moriarty had the best' of it. In the last one Iercon forced matters and diu some damage wit right and left swings. On points, it seemed to be all Moriarty. but referee Cote thought otherwise. In the semifinals Babe -Wood of -this city and Henry Meyers of -Pawtucket fought 10 rounds. Both men-" were strong at the finish. Wood did all the leading. . - - The curtain raiser was between Young Mitchell of Pawtucket -and Mike Haley of Newbury port. Mitchell had about 15 pounds on Haley. The latter took a lot of punishment from start to finish and did well to last the eight rounds. . Terry Not Sick at Hot Springs. CHICAGO, Feb 8 Confusing dispatches from Hot Springs, Ark, to the effect that Terry McGovern, prize fighter, was seriously ill there, were set right today when It became known that the patient referred to Is another Torrence McGovern, a resident of Chicago, and agent. for a Chicago brewing company. His wife cleared up the mistake today. ..... - Phillips and Devlin Even Up. DETROIT, Feb 8 Joe Phillips of New York ' end Tommy Devlin of Philadelphia, lightweights, went eight rounds at the Windsor A C. tonight. Both men finished strong and the spectators favored a draw. Savage of Boston Knocked. Out. MEMPHIS. Feb 8-Toung Otto of New York knocked out Jack Savage of Boston at the National A. C. In the third round of' their scheduled eight-round bout. Savages seconds throwing in the sponge just as the gong sounded the finish of the round with Savage on the mat. Leo Roux, the southern lightweight champion, won an eight-round decision over Kid Lewis of New York. Paddy Sullivan Scores a Knockout. NEW YORK, Feb 8 Paddy Sullivan of Brooklyn knocked out Walter Darker of Chicago in the third round of their bout at the Sharkey A..C. tonight. A right hand swing to the Jaw sent the westerner to the floor, for the count Young Donahue Bests Burns. ALBANY, N Y, Feb 8 Young Donahue of Boston and Kid Burns of New York went 10 fast' rounds at the Knickerbocker A. Ck hero tonight. Neither of the men scored a knockdown, but the fight clearly belonged to the Boston lad, who gave an exhibition of fast boxing. He had a decided advantage in the last two rounds. About the Boxers. Young -McDonough and Feck Lefav-our will meet lniBrockton next Wednesday night. Monte Attell and Louisiana, a colored bantam of Philadelphia, will meet in Iittsburg next Saturday night. Kid Scaler of Spokane, who put up such a good bout against George Alger Tuesday night, has been matched to box Young Nixon at the Hyde Park club next Monday night. Frank Klaus having disposed of Willie Lewis In New York Tuesday night, one of the- cbntenders for the title left by the death -of Ketehel is -thus removed. The meeting of Klaus and Leo Houck at the Armory A. A. next Tuesday night will erase the name of one more aspirant from the lists. Klaus and Houck realise this and the manner in which they will work to keep from being scratched should produce eotne of the warmest boxing seen at the dub In a long time. Reed and SchosUVopf Elected; ITHACA, N Y, Feb 8 Danl-1 A. Reed of Dunkirk, N Y, and Henry Schoelt-kopf of Milwaukee were elected alumni members of th Cornell football advisory committee today, Reed wag head coach of the team last fail. . . . From left to right Miss Hannah Locke, Miss .Madge Hovey, Miss Marguerite Waldmyer (manager),' Miss Ruth Pettengill, Miss Gladys Spaulding (capt). Mlss Esther Parshley, Miss Barbara Wellington, Miss Mary Flian. WINCHESTER , HIGH SCHOOL ' GIRLS BASKET-BALL TEAM. WINCHESTER, Feb The . Winchester high school girls basket-ball team added to its already extended string of victories this afternoon, when it shut out the Salem high girls ers, 32 to 0. It was all Winchester from whistle to whistle. The local girls threw goals almost at will, while the fine defensive work of the Winchester backs made scoring by the visitors impossible. In deference to the wishes of the Salem team the first half was. played with six on a side. Mis Spaulding as usual was the. leader. in the scoring, caging nine baskets. " The Winchestei girld have played eight Bpproa ch Vo oli w feat. The nearest approach to on was l in th game with the Sargent gym glru. Strunk and Hartsel. They are Hogan of the Oakland team and Hessler when the score was a tie at the end or , the second period and also at the end OX Elmira, of five minutes overtime. The game was in some measure a victory for the Wln-chestef girls. 27 to 5. as they threw the first goal in the overtime period. In the games played the Winchester girls have scored 11 points, to thelr'op-ponents 116, and this showing has been made against some of the best teams in the state, as the following list shows: W. H. g. girls 42, Alumnae 10; W. II. 8. girls 1: Sargent Gym girl 12; W. H. H. girls 'iir Poose gym girls 22; W. H. 8. girls 86, Wellesley H. S. girls 20; W. 1L E. girls S Sargent Gym girls 30; V. H. f. girls trf. Revere H. . girls 3; W.- It. f. girls 87, Thsyer Academy girls 13; vV. H. B. girls 82, Salem H- girls a . Of the 281 points for Winchester Miss Spaulding has scored 150. Miss Fllnn and Miss Hovey have capably seconded her efforts in basket throwing, and the occasion when Mis Flinn Jails to score from e foul Is rare.- ; , The work of - Miss Locke and Miss Farshley in the backfleld does not show on the score wheel, but their defensive work has helped materially by preventing their opponent from scoring. Teamwork ha been the keynot of the girls success. ' Individual records are not thought of. it by sacrificing them the play can be advanced. It ia a fact worthy of note that the members of the team are equally good in their studies, ranking among the highest tn their classes. The summary of today's game: W I.VCHK8TER H 8 GIRLS 8ALF.M H 8 GIRL8 Ml Xp.uldlng rf lb XIIe Breslow Miss Flian lf..................rb Wise Nesott Blii Hotf j c e eC Wise Wellloglon e Wise Burke Wise Locks rb if Ml Deslel Uln Persliley lb rf Mine WUllems Score. Winchester H. 8. girl 82. Gosls from floor. Ml Spaulding 9. Miss Flinn 4. MI Ilorey 2 Goals from foals, Mlse Kilns 2. Referee. Mr Jones. I'mptrs. Mr Tuck, floorer. Miss WsMmysr. Timer. Mr CsldwelL Urns 13m lislvea. Attendsnce 200. TEN FROM THE FLOOR. Miss. Telford Does Some Pretty - Work. In Basket Shooting Sargent Juniors Victorious. . MELROSE, Ttb 8-The Sargent gymnasium Jtfeated the Melrose high girls basket-ball team, 32 to 14, here today. The shooting of Miss Telford and Miss Stevens was the- best for the winners, the former making 10 basket from the floor The summary; SARGENT JUNIORS MELROSE H 8 GIRLS Wine Stevens' rf. ..lb Miss Moore Miss Telford it rb Miss Rom Wise Psrkcr e .. c Miss Hoyt Wise Cevsrly rb. . .if Wins Blske Wise UobOe lb.... .......rf Miss Oornwmll Score. Bsrgent Juniors 83. WelroM H. 8. Girls 1L Goa's from floor. Mum Stereos 5. Wise Hoyt 3. Miss Coro wall 8. Miss Telford It). Goals from fools. Wise Parker 2. Ml Hoyt 4. Referee, Miss Warren. Scorer. Wans nthker. Timer, Bale Time 15a balvee. Attendance 2ua Stetson Girls 25, Revere Girls 16. RANDOLPH. Feb 8 Stetson high girls captured their first basket-ball victory of the season this afternoon, when they defeated the Revere high girls, 23 to 18. Miss MarclUe, with 10 goals from the floor, was the star of th game. Miss Doherty sprained two fingers on her left band and Miss Murray took her place in the second period. The summary: STETSON H 8 GIRLS . REVERE H B GIRLS Miss Lyoo rf . . lb M 1 Q H offset kit MarclUe lf...........rl Ml Edwards Ml Tee.! C. e Ml Dennis Miss Vaughn ib..... . If Ml Pofasrty If Miss Murray Miss Porter lb............. rf Miss L Hoff see Score. Stetson II. S. girls 25, Revere It. 8. glrlsT'L Goals from OePr, Ml MarclUe 10. Miss Don, Ml Teed, Mi Doherty 8, Millennia 8, Mi Murray. Goals from fouls. Ml MarclUe. Ml Wberty, MI Dennis. Referee, Miss Lane. Umpire, Miss Wyiusn. Scorer, Ml Vaughn. Tinier. Joseph Belcher Time 15m halves. Attendance 13U. , GOTCH WINS. tnelined to Be Rough In Kansas City Contest With AmeHcu -Men Fall to Floor, KANSAS CITY, Feb 8 Frank Gotch. worlds champion wrestler, won tonight from Gua Schoenlln (Amerlcu) In straight fall a. The first fall earn after 42m 23 with a half-nelson and crotch hold, and the second In 2oin is with a to hold. While Gotch displayed much of hi championship form hi work was inclined to be rough. At the beginning of the second half of the content Amerieu took the offensive and in a few minute threw Gotch to the mat with one shoulder on the floor. The champion apgieered Infuriated over hi opponent temporary advantage and wriggling out of the hold riuyod wildly at him. The ffnen were on en elevated platform and when the wrestlers met both fell to the floor, three feet below. Neither wa injured. I M I, I. SI Raymond Walkor- Suffer Tatanus. WESTBGRO. Feb JWJeUctman Melvin Q. Waikar and Cuatty niA .v ... SIGNED AND RESIGNED SOME FRESH FROM the BUSH TWO FROM BAY STATE IN MACKS 12 NEW ONES. - -PHILADELPHIA, Feb 8 In addition to the full quota of men who helped humble the pesky Cubs last fall, Connie Mack will take south to the training grounds 12 youngsters fresh from the bushes, who aspire for a permanent place within the house of Mack. Mack has drafted only two extra outfielders to vie for jobs, with Murphy, Oldring. Davis at first, followed by Collins at second. Baker anchored at hia accustomed job at third, and Barry at short, will make up the regular infield. Mclnnis, Derrick and a youngster named Beltzer, who played third for the Scranton club last year, are to be utility men. With ONeil of Elmira, N Y, and Leary of Waltham, Mass, club added to the regular staff of catchers, which includes Livingston, Thomas, Lapp and Donohue, Connie has enough big mitt men to plug up a couple of teams who stand badly in need of receivers. The fourth catcher will be selected from Donohue and the two new men. ' Donohue will hardly be carried along by Mack. The local fans have an idea that Chief Bender, Jack Coombs. Eddie Plank, Cy Morgan, Harry Krause, Ben Atkins and Jimmy Dygert are going to dravsalary all the season around as pitchers. "Lefty" Russell, the southpaw flinger, also looks particularly good to Mack. A few more who are going to try and break into that cotorie of regular mound men are -Bonner of Spokane, Miller of Seattle, Tate of the Texas league, Collimore of Worcester, Mass, Griffin of the Carolina league and Werder of Greensburg, Penn. All of these men are to go south, and every one has signed except Bender, Coombs, Plank and Russell. SNODGRASS BACK ON GIANTS SALARY ROLL. NEW YORK, Feb 8 Fred Snodgrass, center-fielder of the New York Nationals, sent in his signed contract for 1911 today. Snodgrass h been playing with a semiprofessional team in California this winter. WHO WANTS BOB UNGLAUB? GOING, GOING. Robert Unglaubhas been put on the auction block by the Washington club. The best offer has come from the Lincoln, Neb, club of the Western league, and it now looks as if Robert might go to. that city to play first and manage the club. IN FAIR WAY BECOME KNOWN TO AS NEW YORK, Feb 8 The Giants are to have new uniforms. The new road suits will be gray with broad black perpendicular ' stripes. The stockings are to be black and white, the caps gray and black and the belts black. The New York manager wishes to adopt home suits of the same pattern, only In white and black flannel Instead of gray and black. To do this be must obtain the consent of the National league, as there is a rule that the home team shall wear solid white uniforms. When the Polo grounders blossom out in their new furnishings they will resemble a Canadian hockey team. Marquard and others . of his builfl will be fine imitations of animated barber poles. denly to Boston today because of the serious illness of their son, Raymond, who 1 Hi with tetnu in the Bay State hospital following an operation for appendicitis. - He Is adverttaUnl gent for a Urge Boston clothing firm. A TEAM OF CHAMPIONS. Irlsh-Amerlcan A. C. to Send a Notable String of Athletes for the B. A. A. Games. NEW YORK. Feb 8 That New York will make a determined bid for stellar honors at the game of the Boston A. A. next Saturday night is evident from th number of champions who will rep re went the city there. Fractieoily every club will be represented. The Irish-Amerlran athletic club will send 14 men, the New York A. C. a big string, as will also ths Pastimes. Mohawks, Y. M. C. A. and the Long Island A. C. Those who will moke up the Irish-American team are all champions. They are Jim Rosenberger. Melvin Shepparo Jack Eller, Bob Eller, George Bonhag, Abel Kivlatt, Jim Sullivan. Dan Abearn. Egon Erickson. Bobby Cloughen, Jim Archer, Billy Keating, Frank Riley and Pat McDonald. Billy Kramer, the cross country champion, will represent ths Long Island A. C., and Bert Terwllllger, who has Just Jumped into -the championship class, will wear the Brooklyn Y.-M. C. A. colors in ths quarter-mile event. Ordsman, the Wrestler, Injured. Henry Ordeman, the Minneapolis heavyweight wrestler, who was among those considered as a possible opponent of Frank Ootcb when the latter appears In Mechanic building Feb 30. Is out of the running for the next four weeks because of an Injury sustained In a recent t at aio" mU4 JU aaatoto with - V ,i OTHERS BACK IN OLD FOLDS BARBER POLES OPENING GAME OCT 12. Suburban League Football Schedule Is Announced Five Teams In Organization. , MALDEN. Feb B The Suburban leitgue football schedule for next fall as made knoan this afternoon-and 10 game comprise it. The opening game will be played Oct 13 between Melrose and Malden high elevens on the latter's grounds, and the season will close with the annual Malden-Medford game at Medford on Thanksgiving day. The schedule was partially made out at a recent meeting bald In this city, but not until tonight was it announced. The league wUi be mad up of Somerville. Malden, Medford. Melrose and Everett. The schedule: Oct 12 Metro bleb t Melden. Ort 21 M-lroe bleb t Medford. Oct 28 Melrn h)h st F.reretrf v 4 SomerrUle blb st Maidea. Everett at Medford. Nov il XUldc st Everett, Medford at Bom-ere1 lie. Nov Jg-Everett at Somerville. Nov 23 M-lr e at bomevvlUe. Nor bh-auidop at Medford. ZBYSZKO ON THE DEFENSIVE. Falls Aleo to Throw Lemm Twice in an Hour at Worcester. WORCESTER. Feb 8 Zbyasko, the Polish wrestler, not only failed to throw Lemm twice in one hour here tonight in a handicap match, but was kept on the defensive toward the end. Lemm breaking all his holds with apparent ttRoby of Soutbbridg beat Stanley of Worcester end McGrath of Worcester defeated Tsampolua of New York ia U prsllai Inert . Party ot 75 Wilt Traiel tn Luxury to Coast. Buffet, Baths, and Barber on 'Special Train. CHICAGO. Feb B-Chlcsgo will b th mecca for the Boeton American leagu players, starting about th middla ot this month, when th Red Sox will begin to gather her preparatory to leaving on an BXiO-mil spring training trip. Feb 20 n special train de lux, consisting of six cars, mill carry th ballplayers to California, where Pres Taylors hopefuls will work th kinks out of their muscles and prepare for a bot race for th American league pennant. With the exception of Charlc A. Comlskeys Whit Sox. the Boston club Is the only major league club ever to undertake such a long trip during th spring. The New York Giants tried to train in California several years ago. but struck the rainy season In th northern part of tb state and had little success on the trip. They, however, old not have the services of Norris L. ONeill, president of the Western league and official fixer of California training trips and a native of the Golden state, and did not reckon with the weather man. Mr ONeill ha all the detail and dates for the Red Sox trip wo rued out and figure that whin the special train leave Chicago there will be 75 in the party. Including newspaper men. The tiain WUI consist of a buffet-iibrar) -baggage car, an observation car, diner and three sleeping cars. In th combination buffet and baggage car will b a barber shop and baths. Altogether the Red Sox will cover about wa miles of the western country, and all the native sons will be enabled to get a glimpse of Patsy Donovans players, as the itinerary will carry the Bostonians to every nook and corner of the Golden state. All the members of the (aklaad. Sacramento. Vernon and Los Angeles clubs of the Pacific coast league who are wintering within hailing distance ot Chicago wlU report to Pres ONeill her Oh Feu Id and go with the Red -Sox to the coast, where they will Join their own club. This party of player wl.7 probably number li or more. Th special will leave Chicago on the evening of Feb 20 and will be routed over the southern lines, arriving in Los Angeles 1st In the afternoon of Keb ZL From I,o Angeles the team wiu proceed to Redondo beach, which is a 60-minute ride from California's southern metropolis. Arriving at Redondo, the squad will proceed to the Redondo beach hotel, where the entire third floor has been reserved for th Bostonians. Dressing rooms and baseball perk have been arranged for by Mr O'Neuh and th player will have th benefit of hot salt water bath while at Redondo. The entire squad wtu remain at Redondo, training together until March L when th player wtu be split Into two sections, one known as the northern division and the other s the southern division. Mr O'Neill did not know what ? layer will be assigned to the divisions. bis. of ootirsa, wt.J be left to nanw Iiocoran, who Is expected to reach Chicago about Feb 14. HERZOG CLAIM DISALLQWEDs National Commission Finds Boston Club Justified In Suspending Him for Disregard of Discipline. CINCINNATI. Feb 3-C. L. Herzog's claim of DS4$t against the Boston National league clab for salary daring Lis suspension from July 3 to Aug 1 last, inclusive, Mu disallowed by the National basebqU commission tn a decision promulgated today. Th commission found that The Boston club was Justified In suspending th plsysr for hU arbitrary distegord of discipline. The player's defen o to th charge of rebellious conduct, say th finding. 1 that, when accused by his manager of trying to supplant him Ifi th presence of Pres Dovey. he ente-vda denial, and when manager Lake added that bs illersog) had 'stated he was through with th Boston club, he replied: Tou get another third baseman. Before 1 wUl play under a man like you I will quit th busine. Th finding slates that Hersog' contract for 19 sill) New Yoris ceiled for a eelary of that his lilO agree ment with Boston was for H'O, and that he also collected 39 bonus in midseason on condition that he take part In all championship game. Nofts of School Sports. An attempt will be made shortly to reorganize the Interscholaetle athletic league, which was disbanded when Somerville high joined the Suburban league. Melrose high girls' basket-ball learn wUI meet Winchester high girls undefeated quintet In the Melrose Y. il. C. A. gymnasium next Wednesday afternoon. Oliver Ames high has not accepted Westfields basket-ball challenge a yet. and probably will not until It defeats all the best teams In greater Boston. Haverhill and Fitchburg high have strong teams this winter and they have not been beaten- Charles River Speedway Racing. The Metropolitan driving club bos arranged for racing on the Charles river speedway this afternoon. The race committee will be at the clubhouse to accept post entries up to 2 oclock. It la expected to have horse enough for eight event, four for trotters and a Ilk number for pacers. The footing will be fair, as Sjpt Gilman of the metropolitan park department has taken off much of the loose snow, leaving little more than a cushion on th Icy roadbed. Horses will need sharp calk. A visit to our Furnishings De- . parnent-will be found profitable. The following articles are espe-cially worthy of your attention. Shlrta Formerly $1.50 and $3.00. Now $1.15 Neckweafl. Formerly J1.00 and J1.S0, Now ' 63c Underwear Fora iriy fio. Now 1.00 Bath Robes.... Formerly $5.00 to $10.00, Now $3 to $7 Pajamas Formerly. . . . . .:...$J50. Now . 1.65 Pajamas ....Formerly $3.50. Now 2.15 Half Hose Formerly. ...50c and 75c, Nffw 35e Sweaters. ................ .Formerly .......... $5.00. Now 3 .1)0 English Knitted Neckwear. .Formerly $2.50 and $3.00. Now 1.K5 MACULLAR PARKER COMPANY 400 Washington Street Herzog's Claim Disallowed National Commission. . Boston Club Held to Be Entirely in Eight. By T. JL m-VASE. There w as list! doing tn th way of ' new development st th office of either 4 Boston baseball club yesterday. 'At the ' ' ' headquarter f the Nsiionals was r- reived th signed contract troa Delaware, O, of Cliff Cartls, who pitched weTI for the Dove 11 lest season. It wa also amour. red that Pres Russell will be In Beion todsy. ' Manager Iv.no van of the Boston Americana remained at his tome la Lawrence, Inspecting his trunks, ss h will go to the roast prepared to don the - proper dress for all occasions. He will . leav for Chicago next Monday, and after attending the American Iwgua j-V'1 meeting and the banquet to b girts - -ty Pres Shlbe of th Athletic, h wtqj. be ready for the trip to Redondo teach fur a weeks preliminary work before . c-i appearing with his band of Red Bor at , i Lo Angeles, th.ee weeks from today. ' ' Think of it, you fans, three weeks more and the players will be hard at It, playing the irong teams ot the .Pacific coast, and giving the Boston management a chance to size up th Dew material that must be depended , upon this year to put the Red Sox 1 the running. ' Manager Donovan win work h:s beet team, not necessarily the beet tea in e- ' that the club will turn out. but the, , t, men who are in the best conhuoa for the early games. 1 "Tip O'Neill lie returned to Ch!- - ca go, and. speaking of the trip, says: . "The Boston lied Box wi.l Lav a successful trip, os th peop.e on the coast, as well as Sn the cities to be " visited on the way bark, are Try anxious to see the Boston plsrers in action, as man v of the stars nave"' never vli:ti California: and Da,r several . Cal. forma plater are nun-bers of the Boston team. v-i, . The schedule la the beet ever r- - ranged for an eastern club, sn-1 J feel - - - v sure that the Boston team will make - money and get Its men into fine shape - . : for the com.ng season. j r - V W 4 Now Up to Pres Grayson. Id Now that the National commission ha again decided that "Dof il oe U- 1' man will not le elicit.! to jJay bail for another year, as the result of Jump-Irig hie reservation with the Lou.s rilia c:ub. I 're Joan 1. Taj lor of tie Boston tlub wtJ Ijov for that check thstr'sC he sent to lr--s Grajs.n of the Louisville club last (dDiiucr, tn tol.Us test Moa.man would be rein'e'el - Pres Tayot has not heard officially from the cosmus-ions bes Iqaarters to Cincinnati, but learned through lb press of the bn-d-ng In the M oeklnvan case. There U no a; peal from the com-mjttion'i rul.hge in the caae. cm tn , , whole it vojiJ have been smoother way to let the cat. oh si board oecad . . . Lb Cass Pre Grayson of the, LouUvlde dub'.. seems utter. y unable to win a case be- . fore eitoer the -Nan, -ha! ttn) w it , ' National eomir.,akB. ainulr lee muse he has shoern iiiUe conception ot taae- V bail rules sr.d reg-lations Hugh Jer-r-nra has rrose -p lie tr.lnd lo rtlJVMieu hi Tiger outfit. ad a lot , of new llod will ) given a ebano , this year. TLi does not mean that - ; the Tigers w . n l te a fierce as ever.- .v but th club mjt be bunt up rvttr v.,e or later, as they mill not stand for s', loser In Detroit anl those Athletics or still In s-hap for another kl.lsng-Hughey Is ctjj wisely to start before he fees to ouhd up fro-n a tall- -a ender. as Robert Hedges LI bare Mi'J 1 do with his M Lout cl ab. Stretching It a Little. IL C. Packer-per of I he I retrod News says that there 1 not a firs -class third baseman In either league this season.-' That Is putunc It strorg. cntx'Sertsf the clever men now In tv buacess.-eapeclaljy Raker of the Athletics. Cor-' talnly there aren't any Jirrmie Collinses or BUI Brad.eys plaleg lte base this season: in fart we can hardly D-ok for Lb.r like again, as both were phenomenal. a.l-oround. nvodeet workmen, who never had tnutle with puiycr, manager or fan. and wno mode the most brilliant stunts without turning a hair. The Detroit man will find several high-class third basemen tn both leagues, but few without some weakness. Nett Saturdav several ef th New York Giants will leave for tfie training grounds at Marl-n spring. Tex. to be,., followed tn a few das by Johcr.le Mo- Grew and another bunch of player, vaklcg the land route. McGrow has iVown very stout this winter, but being a hard worker at the training com.v he , will soon have the extra weight token off. , Capt Anson U writing a r.ew Book. mostly y:t himself. Wonder If he will tell how be broke up a gam H Ti on the Philadelphia grounds by holding Roes Barnes and preventing the Boeton man scoring from second on a floe Mt Anson was playing second In the garoa , v and prevented the Boetcei flyer from. , scoring the winning run when th 1 crowd broke onto the StU, leaving th .'"T score a tie- PROKOS TWO OUT OF THREE. " Frank Webster of Boston Defeated ..: In Wrestling Bout at Woburn. -r WOBURN. Feh fc Two wrestling boats v- 1 were witnessed In Lyceum hail this' evening. Jim Prokos of Lowell defeat-' eJ Frank Webster of Boston !a tha mala bout. Pro k os got the first fall In U minutes with a toe and body hold. Webster took the second foil ta 4 minutes with a head hold, and Pro k os won the third fail In 3 minutes. In th preliminary Tnung Josephs of -Lowell won in straight foil from Young- 'i James of Brockton. - v f t - 1st r w ti -3 e e - . -j 1 9 A.

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