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THE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1914.
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STAHL MAY GOTO BROOKLYN
Former Red Sox Boss Asked to Bun
narainoiisnip. i. eriaiiiiy nap a goou
ffer from the Federal leguo: 'njoif and
wouldn't hesitate a' ntfnute . becaujse ,'of
nyfcar of fretting my money1.' !l think
SERIOUSLY CONSIDERS OFFER
Pllmore Deceives Telegram front
I'real.Irnt of ritll. Club Wnru
ins; Hint to Kran llnnds
off Tom Benton,
NBV TORK. Feb. 17.-Govcrnor John
Toner ot Pennsylvania, prrsldont of the
National league, has called an adjournod
session of the National leaguo and an
adjourned in est I tiff of the board of direc
tors to bo held at Cincinnati next Satur
day nt 2 o'clock. The final detail ot tho
transfer of former Second Basoman John
Jv-era of tho Chicago club to tho Boston
club will be completed. Other business
1 alia expected to como ui for conald-
Slabl ainr Uo n llrooUlri'i.
CKICAOO, Feb. j;.-Jako Btahl, former
m;anager ot tho Boston American ilea bus
team, admitted today that ho Is seri
ously considering nn offer to man'ase tho
new Brooklyn Fedoral league team. Tho,
offer was made to h,lra last night by
James, A. Qllmbrc, president of 'the Fed
eral league, and Charlex Weghman, pres
ident of.tho Chtpago Federal lenguo club.
"This eh'afito io-Bct-baik Jnto'b'ise hail
camo to me suddenly, and I cannot say
what will do," raid Staht, who led the
llei Sox In 1912 when they dofcated the
:Ce(v York Nationals for the world's
championship. "I certainly liad a good
theiWague will go tine.
"But when I was let out ot'Doslan Ust
sunmf r I gavo up baso ball forever, and
since jhon liavo given my entire attention
to ihe Chicago bank In which I Invested
my trpnoy. It's pretty hard for mo to
see any way ot leaving that business
again. I haven't given Mr. Qllmoro a
fltuU answer yet. One may see a way to
do a lot ot things for a lot of money."
Amount Not tilvrn Oat.
The 'amount offered Stahl wns not made
public. Qllmoro and Weghman are said
to be conducting the negotiations for It.
B. Synrd, owner of tho Brooklyn club.
"Ward I Is reported to havo given OlJmore
J25.CO0 with which, to procure a, manager
for the new (fotiho.m-cluj).
The (Federal leaguo leaders said today '
they wero still hopeful of lanillnc1 ake i
Rtahl or tho Job us. Brooklyn inanajusr.
A telegram warning hlnv'to.1"Reep
handsj off" ritcher Torn Boaton' was re
celyed. by President QJlmare Jtoday,, It
was signed by W. A iJivkert president of
tho Philadelphia Nationals anil' stated
that $caton had agreed to tho; Phllllc's
terms In January.
Gltrrloro expressed no worry over tho
report tho Newark club would be put In
Brooklyn Jo compete with the Federals
there.' "Vti nri going to glvo Brooklyn
major5 league ball ' iihll Newark's team
Is a minor Hague organization," he
ChlvlMxtq' Uentra Story.
"Fo the third; time", let me deny that
the American, (tasoclatlon offered "VVeegh
man the St. Paul franchise to be put In
Chicago," requested President Chiving
ton of tho American association Wcegh
man also requested, that a denial of the
story be repeated on Ids part.
Chlvlngton declares that the move In
putting tho Toledo team in Cleveland
will bo a success. Tho association'
schedule makers will arrange to have
tho team play, in Cleveland while th
Cleveland Americans are away and
Chlvlngton figures that with a dozen or
h Sundays available, tho attendance
Will be. greater than that at Toledo
where h said 104.000 persons saw last
year'a games. Twenty-five-cent baso ball
will provo a drawing card, too, he.pre
The JTedejral, leaguo has threo Cuban
ball players? about whom President Oil
more has heard good reports. Fernando
Conte Is representing the league In
negotiations with them at Havana and
Is expected to cable the results of his
scouting tour within a short time.
BcMtrlfP Htsrns IMtrurr Hull.
BBATHICE. Neb.. Feb. tf.S-WpeClal.)-Captaln
CP of (bo.Beatrlce baU.teara In
thfc Nebralka State league Monday signed
Pitcher Dull, who was with Beatrice one
season in the illnk league. Dull s at
present making his home In this city.
Jockey Badly Injured. -
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vvr ' . " wnencan
liner, St. Louis, arrived her today, throe
day lato from Southampton utter en-
her history. oyeral paseeiigers. among
wi.iii i nine . uumiicin, n jocvey rialng
;nr AKui ueimom. were nauiy injured
by the lurching-of Jho ship, which throw
tnme fro their berth or bent them
"prumigs oown conipamonways.
People everywhere ar talking of th
quick and fine results Foley JCIdney
Pills give In backache, rheumatism, kid
ney and bladder troubles. You cannot
take them Into your system without good
results, That is because Foley Kidney
P(J1 glvo to the kidneys and bladder
joit what nature calls for to heal these
weakened aad Inactive organs. J, D.
Carroll. Sacramento, Cal., writes: "It Is
a pleasure to recommend Foley Kidney
PjlJ. as the Just worked wonders In
my case," 'For salo by all, dealers every.
Arrange Dates for
CHICAGO, Feb. 17. Horsemen repre
sentlng four middle western racing as
sociations arrived here today for their
annual meetings. A new rule, which would
limit ,a new record only to the winner ot
a mop and not to heat winners,, will bo
offered at tho biennial congress ot the
American Trotting association. A similar
rule recently was adopted by tho National
llepresentattves of the Orcat Western
Circuit, tho Eastern Illinois Circuit and
the Northern Indiana-Southern Michigan
circuit, also will arrange dates.
The Orcat Western circuit unanimously
re-elected G. A. Keller ot Decatur, 111.,
president, and.. W. II. Smolllnger, Iron
Mountain, Mo., ns secretary nnd trcas
urer. "it'. then tqok up the selection of
dates for tho coming season. Forty
horsemen, representing nine states, were
Opening dates for the 191-t campaign
wero awarded to Cleveland by tho Great
Western circuit. Tho events will take
placo thoro the week of July 20, and purses
will total S40.000 for the six days' races.
The rest of the schedule and the amount
ot tho purses were to be announced later.
The' events at Cleveland .and those
wnicn lonow at ueiroit, Grand Kaplds
and Kalamazoo will bo conducted Jointly
by tho Qrcat Western nnd Grand Cir
cuits. Tho complete list of Great West
ern dates and tho purses offered was
given out as follows: . ,
Ditto and I'lnrn. Pun.
July 30-ar.,i Cleveland..;.. jtO.OOO
iiuy .f-Aliguai-j, Detroit 40,000
A 1 ) rv 1 1 a T. Q O ,... I 1 ..... 1 .1 m ma
AitKuat4la15.4ltAImazoa 4t ma
rtuBuni ijecmur, 111 J,UW
August :4-S), Galesburg 16,000
aubuh -Ji'Dcpiemoer o, iJos Aioinos, ia,ouo
September 7-12, llnmllno, Minn....... 2S.O00
September 14-19. Mllwauken M.0!M
Heptomber 21-26, Springfield. Ill 35,00
September 23-October 3. Sedallu. Mo. 1V000
October B-lo, Muskogee, Okl ,,,, 12,000
October 20-25. Dallas, Tox ,. 40,000
November 0-1-1. Phoenix, Arte 30,000
Uni Quintet Looking
Forward to Victories
During tha latter part of this week will
bo on unusual busy time for basket ball
teams of the University ot Omaha. Fri
day night the varsity team will 'meet
Cotner .college at Bethany heights, and
Saturday evening tho Omaha team will:
clash wjth Hostlpgs college at Hastings.
Thta ovenlpg tho university of
Omaha Iterervcs will Journey to Glen-
'Wood, la., and endeavor to take a soldier
team, known as Company I, In camp, j
Following are the Reserve players who
will participate In tho contest: J organ.
sen, Paisley, Beacons, Potgeter, John
Selby, Seltzer and Btchards.
As to tho games out in the stato, the
varsity team is optimistic over tho. out
come. Blnco the Omaha team handed
Kearney a beating two weeks ago, they
have made wonderful Improvement In the
floor game. As Kearney Just about hold
Its, own with" these two teams, the Indi
cations are that with the Improvement
made the University of Omaha team will
more than make good. '
Will leave Toledo
Park to Any League
TOMSDO. "O., Feb. II. With the Toledo
American association team transferred to
Cleveland, tho finest minor league park
In the country is temporarily without
C. W. Somers, Cleveland magnate, has
a lease, on the park, but will not sur
render It. and Noah II. Swayno, the
owner, announced today ho would lease
(ho Pey to any base ball organization,
Foderal or organized, that wanted to
placo a team In the city.
BELLEVUE TO PLAY DANA
AND WAYNE STATE NORMAL
Thursday afternoon the Bellevue In
dians will! don their war toss and sally
forth to secure the scalps from Dana col
lege ot Blair and the Wayn State
normal. When Dana vlsted the Bellevue
territory It loft a huge slab ot bacon In
the hands of the exulting red men, but
It left avowing revenge for the defeat A
ho(, fH game Is expected, which will
push the Indians to their utmost On
Friday, when tho batUe with the Wayne
cohorts takes place, the result Is hard to
forecast Not much dopa has beeu secur
able on the Wayne party, but they will
eurely furnish a warm reception for tho
Tuesday evening, When Bellevue meets
Omaha High Bchool, a battle royal Is
sure to be the result There Is intense
rivalry, yet good feling. between thi
schools, which -will vent itself In some
very fast work. If predictions amount to
anything. Tho Bellevue team work has
steadily -developed until It has no equal
In the teams met The difficulty .comes
In chalking tallies, In spite ot the fact
that tho Indians can monopolize the ball
almost all pf the time.
I'rrparlnir for Hrlu-r
Groundkeeper Henry Fabian of the
Giants is preparing Emerson park at
Martin. Tex , for the coming Invasion by
Uni Team After Scalp
of South Omaha High
South Omaha High school basket ball
tossers nro In for a good sound drubbing
Wednesday evening, If the plans of the
University ot Omaha players holds good.
Last week tho packers played a scrub
team from the Omaha school and wal
loped them In a very decisive manner.
Accounts ot the gamo woro to tho effect
that the Unlvorslty of Omaha Reserves
played, when, as a matter of fact, but
one Ilesorve player was In the lineup.
The packers became rather chesty over
their one-sided victory and forthwith
challenged tho varsity team. "We'll make
'em look lllo 30 cents Is tho way the
varsity players have things doped out."
The contest will bo played at tho Uni
versity of Omaha gymnaelum and will
start at 8 sharp.
.203 193 186 C82
.170 170 170 510
,.2J 182 1b3 071
.90S S97 S32 2,614
DUEXKLi SHOE CO.
W. Haaker 100
H. Haaker 179
2d. 3d. Total.
JL.008B-WIL.es BISCUIT CO.
With the Bowlers
Knight of Columhua I.ritRiic.
HANL.EV & MACE.
n. "A- 3d. Total.
v...,.ii,iikiiai(i ........ Iblt
O. Hanley im
T; Hanley 133
Totals 722 640 703
.!.,..., !: W. M. Total.
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,llcy 107 ' 139
ErAcrB,- ira 12s
O Keefs ia ten
Jtossbach 130 iw
xjiuj viuru-Kliyu CO.
Coby 145 183
i fi?!7 203i - w
M. Andrew itr, 111
Totals 820 815 731
1b, n.. n ,
Johnson , us
Handlpap . 45
Totals ;ar.' 724' 783
MURPHY DID IT. '
la A.I ka
. . lary 122
160 : 544
150 161- ! 429
165 167 ' 4S2
T,?tals tS05 800 792
Fnlrmnut Creaftiery .I.eavue.
Gasser ' tsa
8m til lea
m 1 "
'"'"'.V.V.-.L'---.--- 67S 730 2.0S1
""I ; 183 183
tynck 155 101
Mer 133 165
&V"t 1 17
uounngtr ,....156 136
Totals 754 725 70S ' 2.182
Special Match. "
PAXTON & OALLAGIIER,
Int. . ,
i. ,,.!. v.: i
Rund - is
Drun , im
134 162 438
Totals S25 721 879 S.62
1 r "
Smith im i4x
Clar 138 12
ltatnbuck 10.1 im
Bowers ..181 117
Totals 736 797 796
lt 2d. 3d. Total.
Stlce us. 108 160 4t
D. itoynu IBS it rsa
Stoddanl 158 1K5 126 4t9
uosenoerg is no lui 166
Prlmeau 137 ita 171 490
Totala 833 953 784 t667
FRANK'S KANDY KIDS.
1st 2d. 3d. Total.
Houzh U1 1s 1W M
kelson .......177 146 169 493
Straw 170 170 170 610
Straw 170 170 170 610
Fagerberg , 225 1S1 163 6S9
Totala S5 823 843 W37
BESEUN TRADE MARKS.
1st Id. 3d. Total.
Chandler 170 145 223 547
Bengale ....I5S 173 lta 697
Beselin 168 205 173 MS
Lvtie ,...ia ia us 474
Heaton 17 179 Ml Ml
Totala 9C6 668 9U 1715
RUMOUR S OLD TAVERN.
1st 2d. 3d. Total
Stanley ... 158 17 123 447
Utrar. 170 170 170 610
Bigger j 130 149
Landwherkamp 201 197
II. Lee , 179 162
Baker 117 15S
Camp 131 137
1st. 2d. art. Tntnl
Stockwcll .'.150 173 120 443
Tanner 134 122 143 97
Radford 16S 1S4 167 519
Gllham 171 Kt 177 C09
B. Bowers 17S 185 200 663
Totala $01 825 H07
GERMANS VOTE MONEY
FOR OLYMPIC GAMES
BERLIN, Feb. 17, By a considerable
majority tho German Imperial Parlia
ment today adopted an appropriation of
150,000 for tho Olympic games to bo held
hero In 1916. Tho appropriation was re
jected by tho budget committee on Janu
ary 16, but tho leaders of tho clerical
party, today gave their followers freedom
ot .action in tho nffalr and all but a
few voted, for tho appropriation. The
socialists persisted In their protest but
It was pointed out that this was more for
tactical political reasons than from hos
tility to tho games.
I.jroiia Wrrntler Mnkes Good.
LIONS, Neb., Feb. 17. 8peclal.)
Oliver Johnson, a Lyons wrestler, threw
six ot the best wntstlnm In thn iturnton
settlement south of here in 43 minutes
Saturday. His opponents were Paul
Schneider Herman Rewiskel, William
and Herman Eggert and Donald Yeaton.
SISTER, OF KAISER HEAD
NEW SCHEMEJO FIGHT FEDS
Newark Team of Internationals to
Play on Ebbets Field.
TOLEDO GAMES AT CLEVELAND
Homers Will Hnve Ilia Tito Associa
tion Teams in Action In Same
City, One Burr While
NEW YORK, Feb. 17.-A plan by which
organized base ball hopes to supply strong
competition for tho Invading Federal
leaguo team In Brooklyn is being worked
out, it was announced by Edward Z.
Darrow, president of the International
It is proposed to transfer tho Newark
team of tho International league to play
on Kbbetn field, the home ot the Brook
lyn National league club, and to appease
tho Newark public, which supported a
flag-winning club last season, the Jersey
City team of the International league
would be placed In Newark, As Jersey
City was the tall-end club last season, it
is planned to pool the players of the two
International league teams In order to
equalize their strength.
"I am positive that our league can give
Brooklyn as good a ball cliib as the Fed
eral league can," Darrow said.- "Nearly
every player In our leaguo has been In tho
majors at some time, yet wo do not try
to masquerade as a major league."
To 1 cilo Unities ut Cleveland.
CLEVELAND, O., Fob. 17,-To combat
the threatened Invasion of tho Federal
league, C. W. Somers, owner of tho Clove-
land nnd Toledo baso ball clubs, an
nounced tonight that the Toledo club will
play Its games in Clovcland this season.
This city, therefore, wilt havo two clubs,
Toledo playing while the Cleveland club
Is traveling. The Toledo club Is a mem
ber ot the American association. The
Toledo club, under a new name, will be
managed by "Jimmy" Shcckard, former
Cub outfielder. '
Not Conslderlnir Cleveland.
CHICAGO. Feb. 17. Cleveland no longer
Is being considered as the posslblo homo
of a Federal leugue baso ball club, ac
cording to James A. QUmorc, president ot
the league, who returned from tho cast
tonight. No more changes In tho league
wlll bo mad6 this year, Gllmore said.
"Buffalo will be kept at least for tho
coming season," ho said, "and It we decide
to change the circuit In 1915, It will be
some eastern city, not Clovcland."
SHOW GIRL GIVEN DIVORCE
FROM YALE ATHLETE
OSWEGO, N. T.i Feb. 17.-A- final de
cree ot divorce, obtained by R'eria Leary,
formerly a New York show girl, from
;Maurlce B. (Lefty) Flynn, fullback 'on
the Yale foot ball team of 1912, -was filed
today. Mrs. Flyah receives' 120 a month
alimony. They were married" at the New
York city hall, January 6, 1913, Mrs.
Flynn charged that the Yale fullback
abandoned her eleven days later.
NAMED COACHES OF THE
YALE ROWING SQUAD
'. NEW , HAVEN, ,Conn.. Feb. , .17,-Dean
Q. Achls6n..of. Mlddjetpwn, Conn., and
William i,kLlpptncot, of 'Cincinnati were
today appointed coaches .of! the ,Yaye
rowing, squad. A'chlsoft 'was ooe b'f the
freshmen crow.' coaches last year, and
Llppincbtt rowed' number seven ''in" Jaat
safeon'a 'varsity eighty
fICenrney Ilnat Itnll Knlr .la Success.
KEARNEY, Neb.. Feb. 17.-(Speclal.)-The
Kearney baso ball fair, which closed
In this cltv last Saturday evening, cleared
the association pver l,O00'and will clear
the deficit existing from last season and
give the toam a few hundred dollars to
oommenco the season wjth. A meeting
has now been called for Thursday even
ing for the election of officers and the
selection ot a manager. It being believed
that Harry Berte will bo retained In that
position. If the bonds carry for the new
ball park, Kearnoy will be In a position
to push right ahead, botng out of debt,
nnd with a park In the centor of town
where more fans will attend the games.
Giants and White
Sox Play at Nice
Before Large Crowd
NICE France Feb. 17.-The fine
weather today brought a great crowd
.of base ball enthusiasts as well as many
who had never witnessed a game to see
the New York team of the National
league and tho Chlcagos of the American
league give a fast exhibition of the
American game. The Chlcagos won, 10
Americana and foreigners of title so
journing In Nice and along the Rlvlerla
motored to tho game and the large num
ber of handsomely gowned women among
the spectators added to the gaiety of
The French were somewhat puzzled at
the Intricacies of the play, but showed
much enthusiasm when the ball was hard
hit into the outfield. The American con
sul, William D. Hunter, tossed the first
ball. In the fourth Inning tho New'
Yorks scored six runs and Chicago four,
but tho National leaguers wero unable
to keep up tho pace.
Tho teams will leave tomorrow for
Paris, where It is expected they will
play on Washington's birthday.
Word has been received that Charles
Comlskey, president of the Chicago club,
has reached Paris. His condition Is re
ported to be much lipprovcd.
O'Day Leaves for
Tampa with Fourteen
CHICAGO, Feb, 17.-Managor. Hank
O'Day, with fourteen ball players, left
tonight for Tampa, Fla., wTfera he will.
begin thbi week the task of .developing
one half of a new Infield for the Cubs.
The desertion ot Shortstop Brtdwell,
who Jumped to the Federals, and the
loss ot Johnny Evcrs, second baseman,
loft a hole about the keystone sack, tho
filling ot which will be one ot 0'Day!
With Sayro-and Zimmerman sure of
Jobs and Bill Sweeney not expected to
report, the vacancies must be filled by
two of tho five other lnflelders, In whom
O'Day expresses much confidence.
Yale Men Out for
Track Laurels Few
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Feb. 17. De
votees ot track athletics at Yale re
ceived a shock tonlght-when only flfty-
tlve candidates reported . at a meeting
called by Captain Brown, This is the
smallest number In years, It la believed
that the unusually large numbers ot
candidates for the crews' this' year lias
taken away many available men. Sev
eral trackmen ot ability arc also on the
base ball squad.
Active track training starts tomorrow.
but unless more men report, the outlook
Is considered dubious.
MAROONS OUTPLAY MANS
Chicago Basket Ball Players Gain
Vantage Over Hawkeyes.
WIN BY MARGIN OF . FIVE
Battle, Wasted Fiercely Until Con,
Meet at Lincoln
' Ain&us Victoria. 0 'jScJtmumlurj-lippi.
Kaiser a sister. V-o has just been I of Schaumburg-Llppe. with her net doif
elected president of the German Ladles' M-n- rh,, 1. i.,.,..-
Kennel club for 1811. Princess Victoria MarCU8' " MW clualve
LINCOLN. Neb., Feb. 17. An Indoor
athletic meet In connection w.- the Uni
versity of Nebraska charter day cxer
dies was held this evening, preliminary
to the telegraph meet to be held tomor
row between Nobraaka university and
Drake university. For tho telegraph
meet, students of all classes ot both
universities will enter with the high
Jump Intended to be the feature. There
were seven events In the charter day
competition, Charles Mye being the star,
with three firsts and one second. No
records were broken.
teatanti- Ave Fussed, Ends
Eighteen to Thirteen for
IOWA CITY, la.. Feb. I7.-Specla
Telegram.) Chicago defeated Iowa 18 to
13 tonight In a, terrifically fought, basket
ball gamo which was not decided until
the last minute of play. The Maroons
had tho better of tho game by a alight
margin, but the Hawkayca fought hard"
and brought the score to a. tlo with less
than two minutes to play. ,
Both teamH wero exhausted by' tho
struggle and during the last few min
utes of the game most ot the players
were staggering, DesJardlne failed to
star, but Molander and Baumgardner put
up a stiff defense and were responsible,
for thn Maroon victory. Grissell ot-IoWa
rwas removed from the game with four
personal fouls. The first halt enuea, -u.
to 8, In favor of Chicago.
CHICAGO. I IoWAM.v.in
Stevenson ....It F. R. F. .... .... NoUn
Norgrcn L. F. L. F .....Fields,
Shull C. C ......GrlBBell
Baumgardner.lt G.J R.G ...JucobBon
MolBfider L. G.f L. G Papons
Substitutes: Ooettler for Stevenson.- '
DesJardlne for Shull, Von Lackum for
Fields, Carmlchael for " Grissell. Field
goals: Norgren (2), Stevenson, Shull, Mo
lander. Baumgardner. DesJardlne. Ja-
cobsen (2). Field goals: Von LaoKum.
Freo throws: sioianuer w, ovina.nu.
Referee: Nichols. Umpire: Birch. Time
ot halves, twenty minutes. ,
Lincoln Sells Cole
to Indianapolis OMb'
LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 17. AtelegranV
today from Hugh Jones, owner of tha
Lincoln base ball club, who Is In the east,
sayp Willie Cole, center fielder of the
Lincoln club, has been sold to the- In
dlanapolls American association team.
rvin imn nluwrf with Lincoln four sea
sons and was regarded as one of the star
outfielders of the Western league.
CALLAHAN TOLD TO SIGN ,
SPEAKER FOR RED SOX
BOSTON Feb. 17. Information that
the Federal league has Bent an agent to
Paris to meet the world touring, base
ball players was followed' today by the
cabling ot a commission to James 'J,
Callahan, manager ' of the Chicago
Americans, to sign up Trls Speaker for
the Boston Red Sox next season. The
tourists were due In Paris today, It waa
reported mat opeaKer was ono 01 mo
players the Federal league agent waa
given authority to sign.
ORDER PLANS DRAWN FOR
SIOUX CITY la, Feb. 17.-The own
era .ot the bioux city western league,
club today ordered an architect to draw
plans for a grandstand at Mlzzou-park,
to replaco the stand destroyed by fire)
last summer. The plans will provide for
a grandstand with a seating capacity ot
2,500. The bleachers also will be en
largcd. , The lay of the diamond will ba
changed ao as to provide more playing
PRICE AND PALMER MAKE
HIGHEST WHIST SCORE
Members of the Prairie Park Whist
club made the following scores Monday
lllch. east and west. Price and Fal-
'"in'gh. north and south. King and Sick-
er. s.. . ...
Playing partners, iukou uji
Price and Palmer
Slckler and King
Una. nnd SlflDletOn 3
Miner and Roblson
Knklrr nnd Darst.
McCann and Bruce 1
Buck and Lucke S
Conley and Morgan 1
Nelson and Beghtol 6
Frady and Smith 7
W0LGAST GIVEN DECISION
OVER CHICAGO BOXER
CINCINNATI, p,. Feb. 17.-Ad Wolgast
ot Cadillac, Mich., won a newspaper de
cision over Tommy Garry of Chicago in
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