The Charlotte Observer from Charlotte, North Carolina on March 27, 1927 · 13
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SECTION ONE THE CHARLOTTE OBSFRVER The Foremost Newspaper in the Two Carolinas SUNDAY MARCH 27 l27 PACE THIRTEEN (!) Fly Hawk Rank Outsider Is Third in Event Won by Bag-genbaggage Last Year NEW ORLEANS March 26— (Al)— Boo E R Bradley’ inecea-sor to the many famous B’S Of the Idle Hour farm which have run be fore him upheld the stable’s name hero this afternoon by winning the $15000 Louisiana Derby by a length and a half over Fred Jr his near est competitor The winner was a 9-10 favorite Two dollar tickets on him paid $380 to win $260 to place and $260 to show Boo’s win In a large measure was due to the ride given him by "Goldie" Johnson Johnson who was hurt yesterday In the third race rode Boo today with his left leg In a plaster cast He held the son of Black Toney off the pace until tha three quarters was reached then made his move and came Into the stretch to open an ever widening lead over Fred Jr who had hung on Boo’s tail all the way around TIME MADE The winner’s time was 261 4-5 3-3 of a second slower than the track record set by Uagcnbaggage Inst year The track and weather were jper feet for the race and a crowd of 15000 sawlt Just before the derby a few dark clouds hovered over Jefferson park and many anxious prayers went up which were answered when the setting Bun broke through a few minutes later JOCKEY SICK The start of the rnee was delayed thirty minutes when Jockey Dale with the leg up on Rogers suddenly sickened as the horses went to the post ami fell to the ground Dale was carried from the track but was not badly Injured Ho was replaced by Zucchini Fred Jr S W Grant's 3 year old which was mentioned In the advance dope as the most probable contender for the honors ran true to form under a steady ride by N Burger and finished second although out-tun in the stretch and beaten a length and a half by Boo Ol'TblDER Fly Hawk William Maher’s gelding by Star Hawk out of I’oor Butterfly a rank outsider in the betting finished third a head ahead of 1’eter 1’etcr tho Grcentrpe star but eight lengths behind Fred Jr Tho Greentree entry l’eter Peter and Overlooked could do no better than finish Fourth and sixth Approximately $77000 Was bet on the Derby alone by the crowd which broke attendance records at the track Colonel E R Bradley was not at the track The race at a mile and an eighth was worth $14575 to the winner $2000 to Fred Jr $1000 to Fly Hawk and $500 to Peter Peter ideasiori-:-'' i 11 i-ji a $ Charlotte Evens Series With Shelby I CHAMPIONS OF CITY LOOPS lluiPUQ IHIMIHIICuVn PUU CHAMPIONS OF CITY LOOPS MCDONALD'S RULES supreme in basketball in this city Photo shows team that beat Chapel of Hope for crown Front row left to right D Todd McDonald back row left to right Johnson Owens 0 Todd Graham — Observer photo Fight For TICKETS JL rfflV Y1?C f Tickets Going Smith-Roberts for the Charlotte Athletic club show Wednesday night when Terry Roberts will engage Jeff Smith of Bayonne New Jersey in the 12-round headliner were reported last night as going' at a fast clip- Fistic fans here aro much Inter-ested In the appearance in the local ring of the famous Jo IT who parades under the Imniier of the uncrowned middleweight champion of tho world Despite the Impressive fistic record of Jeff Smith many Charlotte follower of the well known manly profession insists that the Me-Adenville Man Mauler may upset the dope and give Smith a licking Stranger things have happened On the same card Wednesday Battling Speiglit will tight L Burris In the 10-ronnd semi-final They miCAGO March 26— (AD — Bud Tnjlor Terre Haute and Tony (Tinxonerl New York halt led to a fierce draw In a 10-round battle generally accepted ns for the bantamweight championship here tonight The decision was received with cheers mingled with a chorus of boos as the crowd evidently favored Taylor Canronerl exchanged punch for punch with Taylor refusing to bnck ground under Taylor's whirlwind assault Johnny Vacra of Boston twice conqueror of Fidel La Barba of Los Angeles the flyweight champion dropped an eight-round decision to Archie Bell & shifty New York 118-pounder Vacea bobbing and weaving like Dave Shade was unable to connect with his heavy right that wound harmlessly around Bell’ neck and he looked very foolish at times At St Augustine Florida: Washington 000 100 002 — 8 10 1 New York (N) 01)0 103 lOv— 5 9 2 Murray Hadley and Tate Berger: Barnes Clarkson and Devurmer DURHAM Mar-h 26— (AP)— Th achaj uls In full tor tiny Piedmont lague (ol-low: April 10 Salisbury at Winston Hlgn Paint at Durham Rocky Mount at Raleigh April 21 W’Instnn at Salisbury Durham a) limb Point Raleigh at Rocky Mount April 22-23 X Rocky Mount at Raleigh High Point at Durham Salisbury at V In-tori AprJ 25-24 Raleigh at Winston High Point at Satlabury Rocky Mount at Durham April 27-28 Winston at High Point Durham at Rocky Mount Raleigh at Salisbury April 29-30 X Durham at Ralelgv Wln’ton at Rocky Mount Satlabury at H gh Point May 2-3 Raleigh at Wlnaton Rocky Mount at High Point Satlabury at Durham May 4-5 Wlnaton at Durham H'gh Point at Raleigh Satlabury at Rocky Mount May 4-7 X Wlneton at Satlabury Durham at High Point Raleigh at Rocky Mount May -10 High Point at Wlnaton Rooky Mount at Durham Faliahury at Raleigh May 11-12 Raleigh at Durham Rocky Mount at Wlnaton Salisbury at High point May 13-U X Wlnaton at Raleigh High peat at Rocky Mount Durham at Sails-bury May 11-17 Durham at Wlnaton Ra'elgh a’ High Feint Rocky Mount at Salia-bury Fast Classic will go In the ring at close to 150 pounds Tommy Walker will take on Big Bill Jordan the latter a promising middleweight of Salisbury This will be a 10-round affair Ted Helms and George Spittle will fight eight rounds in the curtain raiser The card shows a total of 40 rounds A number of reserves aro In store In case any of those named fail to come through Charlotte to Send Golfers To Pinehurst Charlotte will send a largo representation to Fincliurst this week to compete In the men’a north and south open tournament which was won last year by Bobby Cruickshnnk Bill Goebel who competed In the southern open at Atlanta last week will be hack home and will head the delegation to Pinehurst Others who plan to enter the tournament are Dugan Ay cock and Fred Hyatt profen siouals and Jack Heath Ed Reid 8 T Henderson' and Patd Haddock BUNN HEARN FACED WITH TWO HOLDOUTS WILSON’ March 26— (AP)— Man-arer Bunn Hearn of the Wilson baseball club today was concerned with the refusal of two pitchers and two infleldere to sign contracts offered them Jones and Rell pitchers an! Mol hno and Roper infielders were the players in question May J8-10 Sallabury at Wlnaton High rolnt at Durham Rocky Mount at Ralalgh May 20-)! X Winston at High Point Durham at Rocky Mount Ralalgh at Salisbury May 23-24 Durham at Raleigh Wlnaton at Rocky Mount High Point at Salisbury Slav 26-24 Raleigh at Wlnaton Rocky Mount at High Point Salisbury at Durham May 27-24 X Winston at Durham Riga Point at Raleigh Rocky Mount at Salla-fccry May 80-31 Wlnaton at Satlabury Durham at High Point Raleigh at Rocky Mount June 1-2 High Point at Wlnaton Rocky Mount at Durham Salisbury at Raleigh Jun 8-4 X Ralalgh at Durham Rocky Mount at Wlnaton Sallabury at High Tolnt Juna 4-7 Wlnaton at RatMgh Hlgn Tolnt at Rocky Mount Durham at Salisbury June 8 9 Durham at Wlnaton Ratelg1 at High Point Salisbury at Rocky Mount June 10-11 X Sallabury at Wlnaton High Point at Durham Rocky Mount at Raleigh Juns 13-14 Winston at High Point Durham at Rocky Mount Raleigh at Salisbury June 15-14 Durham at Raleigh Wlnaton a Rocky Moaat High Point at Salta-bury EXPECT PEHGH AXE 1 DROP Spoeinl to Tfc Qiartotto Oi-vrrw MVCOV Ga March 26— With 7 players already out In uniform and three more coming Monday Manager Wilbur Good let It be known today that the well known axe will begin to full down this nay about Tuesday or Wednesday Good ha some mighty good prospects particularly In the infield and outfield and his job will bo no easy one The pitching ataff looks good too Three veterans Stanley King and Blethen will be back and among the new comers in the slab department are Al Niehaus and Roul Alvarez late of the Southern loop Ernie Burke former Macon manager and first saeker was offered for sale by President Roy Williams today The prexy cnt circular letters to several minor league moguls offering to let the player go for $7750 Burke was considered one of the best infielders In the league last year His position on the team will be filled by Dick Wright a youngster from the Texas league Wright will arrive Monday COLUMBIA March 26— With the first week of practice over Manager Street was smiling tonight With one or two exceptions the candidates on hand this week were the pitchers and catchers The others are already beginning to arrive In response to Gabby's call to all of the candidates to be here by Monday There are no sore arms among the twirlers and they are showing up in first class shape The Comeis will get their first real taste of baseball next Friday when they meet the Columbus team of the American association "'We'll he In there giving them all a battle’ said Gabby Street in summing up things June 17-18 X Ratetgh at Wlnaton: Rocky Mount at High Point Batlebury at Durham June 20-21 Winston at Durham High Point at Raleigh Rocky Mount at Salisbury Juna 12-28 Wlnaton at Salisbury Durham at High Point Raleigh at Rocky Mount Juna 24-28 X High Point at Wlnaton Rocky Mount at Durham Sallabury at Raleigh June 27-28 Raleigh at Durham Rneky Mount at Wlnaton Salisbury at High Point Jane 21-10 Wlnaton at Ratetgh High rolnt at Rocky Mount Durham at Salisbury (End of First naif) July 1-2 X Durham at Winston Raleigh at High Point Sallabury at Rocky Mount July 4 A M Wlnaton at Sallabury Durham at High Point Raleigh at Rocky Mount July 4 P M Salisbury at Wlnaton: High Point at Durham Rorky Mount at Raleigh July 4-7 WlnatAn at High Point Durham at Rocky Mount Raleigh at Salisbury July 8-0 X Durham at Ralalgh Wlnaton at Rocky Mqunt High Point at Salisbury July 11-12 Raleigh at Wlnaton Reeky Mount at High Feint Salisbury at Durham M-9 scout Both Clubs Field Poorly Wood Hurls Creditable Game for Charlotte to Tho Charlotto Obsorver S11ELBY Mardi 20— In a loosely played contest In football weather ttie Charlotte Ilighs defeated Shelby hero this afternoon 14 to 0 Both clubs fielded poorly Shelby excelling on bobble making with the result that the visitors emerged with the long end of the game There were' few features resembling real baseball but several of the errors were history makers Two shabby errors alone letting In five Charlotte scores while another added two more GOOD UAME Wood the young Charlotte southpaw worked out a creditable game uftcr the first frame In which Shelby slugged five runs across lie was In danger seldom thereafter Coach Morris used four hurlers but Cline first on the mound seemed the steadiest yet all received poor support from the outer gardeners The locals outhlt Charlotte 11 safeties to 10 but the Charlotte hits were timely and together within opportune bobbles usually resulted In runs BEST BATTERS Mason Grlbble and Henderson led the Charlotte hitting with two safe ties and three scores each while Gillespie Shelby catcher drove out four hits one for three bases Lee Shelby shortstop contributed the few fielding features and Mason led the performance of the Queen City infield Two errors a sacrifice and one safety gave Charlotte four runs in the first One error was responsible fo another in the second two errors and two hits binging In three more in the third In the sixth three were chalked up In the same manner an error and a hit bringing in two more in the seventh a double and a bobble adding one In the eighth STTELBY’S RUNS Shelby’s fixe markers in the first came from five hits and one error Two were added in the seventh on an error and three tilts and two more In the eighth on two errors out sacrifice and one tilt Charlotte Slielhy ABK1IOA ABUHOA Hill Zl KerrSb 10 3 8 5 S 213 1 Lee as 4 8 0 ( llnep-lf 5 ( S 1 0 Gillespie 5X110 Harris ef 4 0 0 0 1 Ant'nySb 8 0 0 4 8 hparhsrt 110 1 l1 1 ntiit 0 0 0 0 0 W li'nnntp 4 0 111 Moore 6 1 0 4 0 Gold Bridges lb Totals 42 14 10 210 Total 44 0 1127 8 Error — Wilkie 2 Sharpe Anbury Rogers Lae Harris Anthony Luts 2 Bridges 2 Home runs Gribble Three base hits Mason Scott Gillespie Tno-hsse bite Mason Shore Cline I'mplre Long Apeei i to The Chorlottt 05eere-r DURR M March 26— The Carolina trneksters present holders of tho southern championship jumped ahead a single point In tho Inst event of a track meet held hero this aft ernoon to gain a narrow 63-63 victory over the Duke university Blue Dev Us The summary: 100-Turd Dash — Ervin (D) Bruton (D) Girrsch (f) Mile Run— Elliott (C) Woodward (D) Russ (C) I'O-Yard Dash— Ervin (D) Bruton (D) Harrison (Ci Pols Vault— Bruntly (D) Cowher (C) Reed (D) and McFaddon (C) Shot Put— Williams (C) Harper (C) Brummltt (D) High Hurdles — Fesrson (C) Ross (D) Sandlin (C) 440-Turd Run— Pegram (D) Ervin (D) Lltaksr (l) Two-Mils Run— Pritchett (C) Tuttl (D) Daniels (C) High Jump— Pearson and Purser tied for first Putrell (D) Discus — Cslhurn (C) Harper (C) Thomas (C) Low Hurdles— Ervin (D) Hamlin (D) Hall (C) 880-Yard Run — Woodward (D) Rhine-hard (C) Zimmerman (DV Broad jump — Grey (C) Cliff (D) Sandlin C) Javelin — Sandlin (C) Bennett (D) Cathey (D) July 11-14 Winston at Durham High rolnt at Raleigh Rocky Mount at Saltatory July 15-14 X Wlnaton t Salisbury Durham at High Point Raleigh at Rocky Mount July 18-11 High Point at Winston Rocky Mount at Durham Salisbury at Raleigh July 20-21 Ratetgh at Durham Rocky Mount at Wlnaton Salisbury at High Point July 22-22 X Winston at Raleigh High Point at Rocky Mount Durham at Sallabury July 25-28 Durham at Wlnaton Raleigh at High Point Sallabury at Rocky Mount July 27-21 Satlabury at Wt-aton High Point at Durham Rocky Mount at Ral-egh J July 21-33 X Wlnaton at High Point Durham at Rocky Mount Raleigh at Salisbury August 1-2 Durham at Raleigh Wlnaton at Rocky Mount High Point at Salabury August 1-4 Raleigh at Wlnaton Rocky Mount at High Point Salisbury at Dur ham August 6-4 X Winston at Durham High Point at Ralalgh Rocky Mount at Sallabury August 1-8 Wlnaton at Salisbury Dur ham at High Point Raleigh at Rocky Mount August 10-11 nigh Point at Wlnaton Focky Mount at Durham ballabnry at Raleigh Va Polytech Beats ’Cats On Track Spent It Tht Chartotu Oiitrvtr BLACKSBURG March 26— The Virginia Polytechnic Institute track men opened the 1927 campaign by defeating the Davidson Wildcats 79 1-2 to 46 1-2 here today Tech took ten first places and the Caro linians four The meet was the first ever held In the new Miles stadium Strong winds swept the big bowl throughout the afternoon and hurt the time registered In every race except the dashes and hurdle events Summary: 100 yard dash — Montague Tech first Curry Davidson second Flln Davidson third Time 99 sec 120 yard high hurdles — Sims Davidson first Cowell Tech second Brown Davidson third Time 172 sec 220 yard dash — Curry r'ivldson first Montague Tech second Goo-dycoontz Davidson third Time 218 Shot put — Grey Tech first Lund Tech second Llftwich DavidSon third Distance 40 feet 1 1-2 inches High Jump— D Calhoun Davidson first Holzworth Tech second P Calhoun Davidson and Beverly Tech tied for third Height 5 ft 6 in 80 yar4 run — Cooke Tech first Plndney Davidson second Cox Tech third Time 2:087 Broad jump— Brown Tech first Kelly Davidson second Melton Davidson third Distance 20 ft 6 1-2 In Discus throw— Lund Tech first Grey Tech second Lincoln Davidson third Distance 126 ft 11 1-2 In 220 yard low hurdles — Keck Tech first Frye Da- idson second Sims Davidson third Time 259 sec 440 yard run Goodycoontz Davidson first Hutcheson Tech second Woolwine Tech third Time 612 sec Javelin throw — Grey Tech first McEven Tech second' Brown Davidson third Distance 144 ft 3 1-2 in Mile run — Wilburn Tech first O’Neill Davidson second Ayers Tech third Time 5:05 Two mile run — Penn Tech first Bacon Tech second Treverton Davidson third Time 11:104 Pole vault — Rolzworth Tech first Frye Davidson and Hughes Tech tied for second Height 9 ft 10 in (Continued from Preceding rage) 76-71 — 293 Jte Turnesa New York 74-75-72-73 — 294 Bobby Crulcksliank unattached 78-70-73-73—294 X— Georg Volght Washington 73-72-7773 — 297 Jock 'Hutchison New York 72-78-73-74—297 Mike Brady Wingfoot N J 77-73-74-74 —298 Tommy Armour Washington 77-73-76-72 — 298 X-VVatts Gunn Atlanta 77-75-73-7 — 299 Harry Hampton Memphis 76-73-70-8U — 299 Walter Hagen Pasadena Fla 80-71-74-74 — 299 Fred McLeod Washington 76-72-75-76—299 Al Espinosa unattached 77-76-75- 71—299 William Burke Clearwater Fla 72—7974-75 — 300 Roland Hancock Wilmington N C 80-72-73-75—300 Pete O’Hara Jersey City 75-74- 77-75 — 301 Bob McDonald Chicago 76-75-74-76—301 Jim Car-berry Chicago 77-74-76 — 301 Charles Hall Birmingham 79-73-76- 73 — 301 Henry Ciucl New York 79-72-73-79—303 Cyril Walker New York 76-76-77-74—303 Bill Mehlhorn Chicago 75-72-81-75— 303 Gene Sarazen New York 72-76-79-76—303 Jack Forrester Balltusrol N J 80-72-72-79 — 303 Frank Walsh Appleton WIs 79-77-75-72—303 Willie McFarlane New Y’ork 81-75-7573304 Jim Thompson Richmond Va 73-75-73-83—304 BEST BALL MATCH ENDS IN DEADLOCK PINEHURST March 26— (AP— Mi3s Glenna Collett of Providence and Miss Louise Fordyce of Youngstown finished all even In their best ball four ball exhibition match here today against Miss Virginia Van Wle Chicago and Mis Mauren Orrutt Englewood N J Each pair had a best ball of 75 Miss Collett and Mis Fordyce out in 87 were one down at the turn chiefly through the birdie two Miss Van Wle made at the alxth hole Coming home the champion D?ir won three holes Miss Fordyce getting a par four at the 18th to square the match August 12-18 X Ralalgh at Durham Rocky Mount at Wlnaton High Point at Sallabury August 15-14 Wlnaton at Ralalgh High Point at Rocky Mount Durham at Salisbury August 17-18 Durham at Wlnaton Ral-e'gb at High Point Salisbury at Rocky Mount August 19-20 X Salisbury at Wlnaton High Point at Durham Rocky Mount at Ralalgh August 13-28 Wlnaton at High Point Durham at Rocky Mount Raleigh at Sallabury August 24-28 Durham at Raleigh Wlnaton at Rocky Mount High Point at allsbury August 24-17 X Rale'gh at Wlnaton Rocky Mount at High Point Sallabury at Durham August 29-39 Winston at Durham High Point at Raielih Rocky Mount at Salisbury August ll-8tptembar 2 Wlnatoa at Salisbury Durhsm at High Point Ralalgh at Rocky Mount September 3-3 X H gh Point at Wlnaton Rocky Mount at Durham Salisbury a Raleigh September 5-4 Raleigh at Durham-Rocky Mount at Winston Salisbury at High Point September 7-4 Wlnsten at Raleigh Hgti Point at Rocky Mount Durham at Salisbury Septembar 8-19 X Durham at Wlnaton Raleigh at H'gh Point Salisbury at Rocky Mount (X) Doabla-haadarg ovary Saturday Pennock Signs Contract Says Evening Post NEW YORK March 26— (AP) —Herb Pcnnock star Yankee southpaw has deserted the ranks of the holdouts and signed three year contracts The Evening Post says today In a dispatch from St Petersburg Fla The terms were not revealed but the dispatch says "It was Intimated Pcnnock got hls salary demands” lie was understood to bare asked for $20000 a year RID P HIS 1114 Spseuit to Ths ChttrlotU Obtorooo DAVIDSON March 26— While Oak Illdge twiler allowed the Davidson Wildcats but three hits this after-noon to win the second of a two game scries to to 4 none of the Davidson runs were earned but were canted by the pitcher's wildness while giving nine men free passes and making a wild pitch Monk Younger used two heavers today Oak Rldgo checked In only eight hits off both of them but the team played ragged baseball making six errors Meadows was most effective of the two permitting only three safe bingles In the six Innings he was in the box DURHAM BEST Durham led in the hitting today getting two hits out of four trips to the platter while White was credited with the only extra base swat —this being a three bagger Oak Kidge bunched their rung In the third and fourth innings getting nine of their total with Davidson tallying three counters In the fourth with the exception of these two brackets some good baseball playing was displaced OAK RIDGE DAVIDSON ABRUOAI ’ ABRHOA Randsa 4 1 1 X 0 Wilhamlb 0 0 0 0 Graycf S I O X UJiavUrf 4010 Durhmlb 4 S I 0 K’telifpdIf 000 Ferrell rf 3 S I 0 0 John eon cl 4X080 Howard 3b S I 0 I j Blaeke 4 X 0 S I Pierce If 3 0 X 4 0 Dulls 3b 3 X 1 I G'dson2b 4 0 0 X 01 Kuglerss 41X11 llentnne 4 0 1 0 0! HcAulytb 1000 44 liltep 5 4 1 9 3 Glenn Zb 0011 Cathey 1 0 0 0 1 Meadow 1 9 0 0 xM’Connell 1 0 0 0 0 Totals S3 10 1 37 XX Totals 0 4 87 3 x— Batted for HeAnlay la fourth Score by ianlnrsl J f ' K H E Oak Ridge a 815 410 OOv— 1 1 Davidson IHM) SOI 009— 4 I 0 Summary— Three-base btte White -rlliee hits Durham Ferrell Howard (8) Pierce Benton Rutchford Stolen bases Gray (Z) Bases on balls off White 9 oil Cathay off Meadows 3 Struck out by White t by Cathey 5i by Meadows t Hite off Cathey 6 with 0 rune la 8 Innings t oft M endows 3 with 4 runs In 0 innings: Left on bases Oak Ridge 8 Davidson 9 Hit by pltchsr by White Meadows (Z) by Meadows Gray Wild pitch White Tassed bails Brutes 3 Balk White Losing pitcher Cathey tmplre Brandon CAMBRIDGE WINS LONDON March 2— (AP)— Cambridge defeated Oxford university In their fifty-ninth annual track meet at the Queen’s club hero today What Is Your Favorite Dish? Whether it is a boiled dinner a juicy steak a dainty sweetmeat or what not you can find it on our menu It’ll be prepared and cooked the arts of home cooking THE NEW 29 West eos&ia Big League Clubs Packing Bag gage to Trek Homeward and Start Racket " ATLANTA Cl March 26— (AP)’ —As major league baseball club prepare to take tho road north a quick survey shows that generally fair weather In Dixie has brought candidate for the "big show” to a satisfactory form In most Instance While Injuries have crippled on or two squads notably tho Washln ton Senators who have been handicapped by the temporary loss of five veterans including Walter Johnson pitcher and Stanley Harris manager most fared well In all respects and more or less sidestepped this the most feared of all training breaks LOOSEN UP The batteries of the fourteen clubs In the south have loosened up probably better than usual and such hurlers as Vance or Fetty of Robin Fhnike and Rommel of the Athletics Alexander or nalnes of the Cards Harrlss of the Red Sox Cove-leskle and Thurston of the Senators Blankenship of the White Sox Whltehtll or Colins of the Tigers! Genewleh or Benton of the Braves Van Gilder or Gaston of the Browns May or Donohue of the Reds Bentley of the Giants Shante or Miller of the Indians and CarLon or Pruett of the Phillies would not prove unexpected selections for opening games All of these veterans hav rounded out well and Pennock star of the Yankees staff Is expected back In the Huggins fold In time to get away to an early start VETS IN SHAPE Tho Infield and outfield veteran have also conditioned excellently managers agree While such timeworn stars as Eddie Collins Ty Cobb Tris Speaker and Veach had a slow time getting off all cam fast once they got started Another Florida camp was broken today that of the St Louis Americans who departed from Tarpon Springs They have a short barn storming tour ahead and then home Tito Philadelphia Americans will close doors at Fort Myers tomorrow night while the Boston Braves have already quit St Petersburg The Beds Giants and Cardinals are others that have started traveling GAMES Exhibition games today counted the Senators against Giants Yankees and Cardinals Athletics and Buffalo Internationals Phillies and Columbia (AA) Reds and Braves: Red Sox and New Orleans (SA)r and Tygers and San Antonio (Texas league) In other words tho curtain Is descending on tho training stage COLLEGE BASEBALL AT Macon Ga:— Miss A and 3L 7 Mercer 3 by a skilled chef who knows all V YORK CAFE Trade Street I

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