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fX A I a 4! E MC OARUH I vftjo COM. lN p-w HERE MRjAND MRt 1 A i rAN-T hFlP i J THfT
ANAOER ROWLAND of the
Chicago White Sox haa -just
mad an Announcement that
stamp him a a manager, and
that aught to make him popular, lie has
declared that o far a hi Uam i con
cerned, each contest It take (tart In will
b a tall came, and not a etownlng ex
hibition. He gives It aa hia opinion that
patrons of the team want to see a ball
game when they go to the park, and .not
the antics of few self-confessed com
edians, lie goes further than this, and
holds that much of the Sox' weakness In
the past has been due to the habit of the
players of joking among themselves at
times when' Uiey should be Intent on the
proa-res of the game. To overcome this,
he will not only forbid jocularity on the
bench, but will not permit his pitchers
end catchers, when warming up, to In
dulge in any chaffing remarks, but will
require that they give strict and careful
attention to the business In hand at all
times. Rowland will meet with support
from the majority of bass ball patrons In
this stand. It used to bo . funny stunt
could be pulled now and again, to the
delight of the crowd, and out of this
grew a practice which ' developed until
last season . Washington carried two
players for no other purpose than that
they were supposed to be comical. It ha
bean suggested that Griffith's Ides, in this
was to keep the orowd laughing at his
clownavand not at his ball players. But
when people go to a ball game, they want
to se has ball played, and sot a musical
comedy. Rowland's Idea' will help the
game, ' .
No chang will be made In tha Western
' circuit thU season, nor la It likely that.
one will come soon, unless a crash ot the
base ball map should unexpectedly occur.
The American association is to remain In
- the"AA" class, tha Feds will leave Kan
, sas City,- and there Isn't even a China
man's chance of any mora being mads
that will gtva Omaha an opening In a
bigger league. But .the magnates of th
"Western ore arranging - to . 'present a
snappy article of base ball during tha
coming summer, and with plenty nf "pep"
In th gam, it will not make a groat deal
of difference what label is on Jhe league.
Much of the future rests with th fan.
If they give liberal support to th team,
they will b rewarded by seeing basa ball
worth tha while,
Th horn roaster is coming out of his
hole a little earlier than usual this sea
son. On of the sorrows of Ufa Is that
w must put up with this fellow, th only
comfort In connection with him being
that Omaha has no monopoly on him.
' We hav several, though, we would Ilk
to dispose of, however. '
' On of t j really good bits' of news of
ths last week was the announcement that
Frits Schlelbner. name and all, will be
back to guard first base for Pa during
th suVnmer. Enemy ships approaching
that station will be promptly, torpedoed.
Also, Frits will bring his trusty bludgeon
' with him, and pitchers should take du
Nothing kss been heard of ' young Mr.
LaJeuo lately, so one Is almost forced
. to conclude that his threat to Jump to
th Feds didn't upset any great part ot
th basa ball apple cart '
Don't worry a great deal about Conny
Mack. That old boy has had a few birds
under cover for several years, and, while
his hundred-lhoussnd-dollar Infield may
not be on exhibition next summer you
may depend en It that the Alhaletlcs will
rot be a snap.
Judge Kenesaw Mountain Lendla will
have to hurry up with that opinion of
Ms, or th public will not know what It
ii about when It does come down. Just
at present the teams ar flitting to th
training camps, and ths fans ar watch
ing then much closer than th courts.
J. Johnson Is promised safe conduct
through th Carranx lines to the borders
of th Villa Jurisdiction. This wtll be all
right. If be just stays on that sid of tbe
Efforts to aroua deep public concern
as to th outcome of th meet at Juares
next month haven't home much fruit.
This Isn't an especially good sesson for
.Add to th list of useless human beings:
Th professional wrestler.
One other thing Is reasonably certain:
Fa wUi not take his team to Oklahoma to
train this season, either,
It's only a Utti over six wa&ks now.
TRICK CANDIDATES OUT
: FOR THORP ElAfi SQUAD
Al Newton, captain of ths track team
at th Tliorplean Athletic club, has Uaued
a call for all candidates for position oa
th track tam to report for craclU this
SAA i r s -c r j : '
STIEHM AND KLINE IN MIX
Coaches at Nebraska and Krftruka
. Wesleyan Combat Oyer the
. Choice f Officials.
BOTH BECOME QUITE WRATHY
By JAMES K. LAVlREHCB.
LINCOLN. Feb. S0.-(Speclnl.) Athlotlo
authorities of Nebraska and Wesleyan r
having their annual clash over the ques
tion of the basket ball, supremacy of th
state and the dispute has taken on a per
sonal ting of bitterness between Coach
Ftfchm and Coach Kline. Stn?e Wesleyan
defeated Nebraska two years avo In a
series of three games for the champion
ship .of thf" state there has been a bitter
rivalry between the two srhools. .
The dispute this season started over the
question - of . of fields. ' etiehm finally
agreed to select three men for- officials
and th visiting ooach was to select from
this list Whan Nebraska played Wes
leyan at University Place last week,
Btlehm selected Mark Iiyland. lie failed
to put in an appearance and Ira Wllhite,
a local man, was substituted. Wllhite did
not please Wesleyan and now Kline wants
to go outside of the list for his selection
for the second gam of the series to be
played on the state university floor.
Btlehm would not agree ta a change in
th original plans, Then Jgin flsw -to
statement: .. . -
"la a personal interview with Mr
SUehm.at th Lincoln Commercial club,
I objected to Mr. Iiyland as an official
becaus he allows th game to be played
too loosely. His honesty arid integrity I
never for a moment questioned. His style
of, game, however, conforms to the one
man system of guarding such aa Ne
braska plays today and which Is In direct
violation of the present day rules. : . .
Word Battle for an Hoar, t
"After an hour's unprofitable discus
sion, Mr. Btlehm suggested that we com
promise th matter, and he named the
offlolal for. the Wesleyan floor and I
nam th official for th Nebraska floor.
H named Bvland. H now Insist that
I nam him for th Nebraska floor. This
to his compromise. I named a halt doseh
of th best officials In tha Missouri val
ley and recognised as the best anywhere
la the country, vis: Mr, Qulgley of St
Mary'a team, Guy Lowman of th Kan
sas Aggies, Lamar Hoovsr of Baldwin.
Kan.; "Red" Brown, Kansas City Ath
letlo club; McEachronr of Grlnnell, la.;
Mr. Rogers of De . Moines, or Nelson A.
Kellogg of the university. All of these
wer refused by Mr. Stlehm except Low
man, who cannot serve. Mr. Hyland Is
not acceptable to Wesleyan. All we want
la an official who will compel Nebraska
to play basket ball according to th spirit
of tha rules. '' C:
'They " never mad on legitimate at
tempt to do ao In th gam at Wesleyan.
in fact,.th players said they had no In
tention of playing basket ball when they
cam out, but Intended to rough and mix
things. In that spirit the gam was
played and Mr. Wllhlt failed absolutely
to compel the men to play according to
rules. W -will not tolerate another x-
hiblUon ot this sort." 1
BUehra'a version reads differently.' if
sticks to tb original list of three of
ficials and say he does not Intend to
let Kiln squirm out. As a result of ths
controversy It ia exceedingly likely the
second end third game of the series will
b called off. Stlehm la not Inclined to
niake many mon concessions to Wes
leyan, and unless Coach Kline comes to'
time and lives up to th former agree
ment,' dtlchm will call th gam off.
Manager Ouy B. Read has been busy
all week wtih reports from high school
Intsndtng to enter the high school basket
ball tournament. The entries close the
coming week and P.fted Is' already re
ceiving quite a few applications.
Out of Training
NKW YORK. Fb.-.-jek Johnson
must do some strenuous training If he
wishes to retain his championship tlU
at Juarea next month, la the opinion of
officers of th freight steamship High
land Harris, on which the champion was
a passenger from Montevedee. Uruguay'
to Barbedoes, where h left th vessel on
February T and .chartered a SOO-ton
schooner to take him and his psrty to
Mexico. ' Tbe Highland Harris reached
here. Its dock, yesterday.
Aboard th Highland Harris, Johnson
wai accompanied by Frank lie nay of
Sydney, boxer and swimmer, who Is act
ing aa his trainer for the contest with
Johnson did no real training white en
shipboard, but wss careful of his diet,
H expected to bit real work for tha
fight aa soon a ha landed In Mexico,
Johnson explained that ha had Injured
his arm boxing ca shipboard while en
rout from Southampton to Buenos Arret
and did not wish to take another risk. .
Officers of th Highland Harris said
that ss Johnson had not trained between
th tlm he lft s'ontevedeo on January
and his arrival at Tainplco, Mexico,
on Thursday, unusual measures would
hav to b adopted by . the champion If
he hoped t gt ta good conditio to meet
Jers Wtllard on March 8, the data set for
tli fight at Juaiea.
Copyright. Ti. Intamuauti
King Rctlly, president of th Oshkosh
Auto company of Oshkosh, Neb., bought
tha Oakland 87. speedster that was ex
hibited at the "Auto show by the Linlnger
Implement company. , He startled all by
announcing that he. wa going to drlv
wolgast mum WORDS
Sayi Present Crop of Lightweights
' 'Remind Him Mostly of Swiss 1
" " . Cheese. - ..'
WELSH IS BAD, OTHERS WOESE
' NEW. .TORK," . Feb. 5S"What do , I
think of th present-day llghtwelghUT
Everybody seems to b asking me this
samo question." says Ad Wolgast "Be-
ror J get under way I might as well
state I have discovered that I ran do
a lot better In th fighting league, but
to get on with tha story.
'I am going to begin by saying that
there Is no such thing as a 133-pound
division. - Tou may call them light
weights, all right, but as far as mak
ing the weight is concerned, the clsas
Is a Joke. I can nam all th real
welghtmaker on one hsnd, and, as for
the rest, including Freddie Welsh, they
belong In the welterweight division, Wal
ter or light, .! still think J can beat
"Going down tha Hns, Welsh, above
all champions, is th biggest Joka of
them all. Bat Nelson hung tha tltl of
cheeo champion on m after I laced
him; but. believe me, the, Battler never
saw the Englishman In action. He's th
biggest frost fighting fn th ring today,
or any other day, If you listen to me. .
Charlie White is a nice boy; tut he
haa not the 'pep to ma a real 'bos'
of the division. Ho Is on tlrd I am
ready to meet any tlmo some promoter
says the word. " II sneaked through on
a popular decision,-when ha mot m be
fore, and naturally I want another whirl
at liim- .'- - ''
' ' wrlsa t'ar I.tck Whit. ,
"B that as it may, Whit has vry-
thing a fighter needs except th ambi
tion to fl-htv I have alwsy said that he
cares too much about his looks to b
a top-ootcher, and f. SOU cling to ,thls
opinion, uui give him a Utti sreslv
neas and th old fighting Instinct and
h would to a bear.' But any tlm he
noons up ,lth Welsh In twenty rounds,
I'll tak a ticket on Freddie. Ia ten.
thing might be different.
"Willi lUtohle 'Is impossible. H
never was a great fighter and be got
th luckiest kind of a 'break' when
he won th tltl from me on a foul.
Outside ft Welsh he Is th best pre
liminary boy that ever sneaked to th
top without having th necessary cham
pionship ability. Both of the fellow
would hav msds flue battlers sgainst
such men as Nelson or Pans perhaps.
I do -not know much about Jo
Shugrue, but I .suppose he Is like th
rest of th no-decisluu .champs. They
fight around th old home town all their
life and pile up scoras cf paper vsr-
dlcts without taking part In a real con
test. The no-decision laws certainly hav
mad fortunes for a lot of 'hara-and-eggs
boya There Is a lot of difference
between a popular and referee's decis
ion." . .
FYFE WILL UMPIRE
FOR FEDERAL LEAGUE
CHICAOO, Feb. Mi-Ftv new araptre
ht.v been selected from ntorw than 104
replicants for positions in th Federal
luagu. it was announced by CoT of
Staff Wlllism Brennan. Th new ones
r William Fyfs, who comes from th
Weiitera league; William Flnneran, Fred
Westervelt, James Johnstone and Harry
HnwelL The others who will officiate
are Isrvnnao, Barry McCuruiick and Wli
!.ia ''pike" febanuon.
SUNDAY BEEi FEBUUARY 21, 1015.
Starts' Across State in His New
It horn through these bad roads, a dis
tance of about too miles. Th nnly way
to appreciate a car, say Rellly, is to
maka It do something . for which tlio
owner will always b proud, Rellly lived
tip to his word and started out yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock and Is now prob
Bid on Government
' Buildings All Over
Omaha contractors ar examining plans
for several jobs Of constructing postofflo
buildings throughout th country A
number of Omaha men will likely bid on
them. On la at Lawton, OkL' Bids on
this a re to n received up to March I.
Another is at Miles City, Mont, on which
bids ar to he received up. to February
n. . Plans for thes buildings ar drawn
by tha government architects and ar on
fll at th local office of th Builders'
Plana ar also on file there for a school
building at Sidney, i Neb.. Bids on this
job are to be in hy-March t. John La
tenssr of Omaha is the architect
J. XL Wles Is the low bidder on th
Lincoln postoffic job. This Is th job ot
building another wing to the Lincoln
federal building, which was never com
pleted according to tha original plan of
Wing and a court. For year Nebraska
senators have tried to got this appropria
tion for th Lincoln, building and hav
finally succeeded In getting it Eouator
Burkett Is one of those who ttiad a long,
hard fight tor such an appropriation.
John Hart haa th "contract for th
construction of th new Farmers' Co
Operative Creamery and Supply company
plant on . East Harney street II also
hag th contract for .building th new
Bur bank apartments. , ,
English Pugs Fight
For Weekly Salary
NEW TORK. Feb.. .-A novel In
novation waa Introduced to ' th ex
ponent of boxing In England recently,
when Jamea White of London, wh at
tempted to stage a bout between Bom
bardier Weils, th English heayweight
and Jack Johnson three years ago, be
gan to put tb gam on a mora com
mercial basis by signing contract with
several of England's foremost buxer to
contest In bout and work under his
management for a salary. Instead for
a purs ofpercentage of the gat re
ceipts. ' . t
This is tha first tlm In th history' of
th gam that anything approaching this
procedure . haa been attempted, and It
Is reported that th schema Is meeting
with success. This fact la substantiated
by th willingness displayed by English
boxers to work under such an agreement,
and among those already signed, by tha
London financier are boxers who could
command their price before entering th
Under tk conditions of the sgreement
entered Into by th boxer and Mr. White,
the latter pay his protege a weekly
salary, covers the expenses Of training
for bouts, and provides any side bet
that may b required. In return for this
ths boxer agrevs that all purs money
that ha earns should go to Mr. White,
and also agrees to any match arranged
by th London financier.
Bombardier Wells, it Is reported, has
signed a contract whereby he fa to re
ceive I1X a week. Bid Hnilth. Iwho for
merly held th flyweight championship
title. Is another boxer under contract, and
It Is said he received : weekly, while
Bill Beyon, who at one time was con
sidered on 'of feniTlaiid's champions. Is
also-under 'rvntrSct. He Is to ractlv
HI a week. ,
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
ably th only man making an auto tour
through this state. His route will b
through the following towns: Fremont,
Central City,' Columbus, Orand Island,
Bholton, Kearney, Lexington, Oothenberg,
North Platte', Sutherland, Paxton and
Ogallal'a. '-'... . .' .
AMATEUR BOXERS TO FRONT
Since Death of Professional, Ama
teurs Take Field in California
.' .. in Numbers. ' ' i
EVENTS CARDED FOB THE FAIR
' AN FTUNCI8CO, Feb. 10. -Though the
professional boxing gam was voted out
ot commission In this stats last November,
th "will of tb people" haa failed to stop
the gam of flstloutfs among amateurs,
and today ther ar more boxers coming
to the front than at any other period In
th history of the state.
, Men doing th boxing at the present
tlma aro all supposedly genuine, ama
teurs, and the various promoter hav
brought out boxer whose name ar new
t tha fana Th chief things th new
boxing law has don in California is to
do away with th appearanc of profes
sionals In th local rings and limit th
contests to four rounds. This" will serve
to put th amateur of this slat and th
Paclfio coaftt in general In th earn
prominent position In th future that pro
fessional boxers, hav held In tn past.'
.On factor that Is starting th amateur
boxing along the right lines Is th series
of amateur boxing championships to b
conducted her under th auspices of tha
Panama-FacifJo exposition, the chief
event of th rear being International
amateur championships to be stagd May
1 ta I Californians In general hav th
lov of boxing born and brad In them,
and whlla the voU of th people killed
the professional game, the sam popl
want to tee boxer In action and th ama
teur tournaments oa Friday nights ar a
wall patronised a any professional four
round "go" ever was.
Th local 'branch ot th Amateur Ath
letic union Is going, to reap tha benefit
of th new law In sanction fees and regis
trations of men as amatsurs. Tha Pacific
association I doing everything to meet
tli new situation, snd from present at
pearancas can control th gam. WhU
th new rtsts law defines an amateur as
being on who haa never taken money for
a boxing contest and on who In the fu
ture doe not tak a prise ef a higher
value than S3S, th boxing promoter real,
ise that to mak a success of their game
thoy must work hand and glov with th
powers that be. In other words, th
Amateur Athletic Union of th United
States, through Its local branch, hss been
recognised as th on power Which I to
say who ia and who (s not an amatsur.
A. A, 17. Events la Boston.
Th American Athletio union amateur
boxing championship I th only cham
pionship series that has not been awarded
to San Francisco for 11S. The events
hav gone te Boston. lt th winner
wtir be called oa to defend their tight to
thslr titles at th International .boxing
ohsmplonihlps her, when they must
compel agaiitst all comers, entries hav
ing been assured from England and
France, and possibly from Australia and
A committee has been named by th
exposition to handle this branch of th
sports program, consisting of men thor
oughly versed In the boxing gam and
who hav a reputation' from on and of
this coast to th other. Stanley Fay, a
former coast champion boxer and a
referee of the local branch of the Ameri
can Athletic union, la chairman, with H.
T. Jones, another boxing man, as secre
tary. Phil Wand, former mlddelwelght
and tight heavyweight coast ouamplon. is
another member of tb committee, as ar
"Bob" McArthur and John Kitchen, twe
more experts of th coast amateur ranks. !
PUGS SEE END AT TENDER AGE
If Johnson, at Thirty-Seven, Beats
Willard He 'Will Accomplish an
FEW FIGHTERS PASS 30 MAE&
NEW TORK. Feb, Should Jack
Johnson succeed In defeating Jess WUlard
at luares he will hav accomplished a
feat that has not been equalled tn ling
history. Tha nearest approach to It waa
when Bob Fttsalmmon at the age of S3,
conquered Jim Corbett at Carson City,
. Whatever may be satd against WUlard,
It Is a fact that h la the best whit
heavyweight who has com to th front
during th last ten yeara Tst a suppos
edly dissipated negro at th age ot ST Is
picked to beat him. On th 'ia of It
there must be something wrong with
such a conclusion.
In order to win Johnson must perform
what past pugliistla history shows ta In
I he nature of a miracle. With th excep
tion of Fltxatmmofts, who waa aa all
around freak, no ring champion slnco th
tlm of Bulllvan haa been able to defend
his tltl at the eg of ST, and even Fits-
Simmons met defeat at that age. Today
ther Is not a first class man in any divi
sion as old as Johnson or even near his
Ther are very few men now before the
public who ar even S9 year old. None
of them ia anywhere near his best form..
Among th heavyweight Jo Jeannett
at SS Is th oldest For years Jaennett
has been going beak, Ha la no longer a
card and he devotes hi attention to
fourth-ratera. ' H haa not stopped a good
man for so long thst his laat dec.lsiv
victory ha been forgotten. Sam MoVey
at M la next. McVey is still a formidable
fighter, but he reached th height cf his
career several years ago. The rest of
th heavyweight stars are under th to-
' Caalea Slips at IB.
Th other Glasses ahow an even greater
scarcity of S0-yar men. Johnny Coulon
at 26 was forced to relinquish tha bantam
title. Ab Attell. now 81, 1 out of th
ring. H waa only S8 when he lost hia
tltl and h had been slipping for sev
eral yeara before that I
Matty Baldwin ot Boston Is one of the
oldost lightweight still In th ring. Bald
win is U. Th turning point In this vet
eran' career cam five years ago. Bine
then he has not won ad Important vic
tory. Among, the men who have held and
loat th title of this class ar Ad Wolgast,
XI, and Willie Ritchie, U. Battling Nel
son, now S4, has retired. He lost tha title
at t Froddi Welsh, th present cham
pion, I ST and Is about ready to rail.
Judging by hi recent form.
Th only prominent welterweight of any
age at present Is Packey MrFarland, who
haa retired. McFarland ia only r, but he
must hav seen th handwriting on the
wall or he would not hav dropped out.
Only youth is represented in th middle
weight division. Frank Klaus. 18, retired
two years ago, and Billy Tapk. a, has
not donned the gloves for an equal length
of tlm. Mike Gibbons Is SI and Jimmy
Clabby Si. whlla Eddi McQoorty Is M.
John lu, Sullivan was M whn h suc
cumbed to Father Time, aided by the light
Up of Jim Corbett. Sullivan waa a
physical wreck at that age and would
hav lost th honors years before he did
had he met a first class man.
Corbett's finish came when he wan St
Corbett continued in the ling for some
years after he lost th tltl, but th rest
of his pugllistlo career wa marked by an
almost uninterrupted list of defeats.
Fltsslmaaoe Leat et ST.
' Bob Fltxelmmons. th most remarkabl
figure tn ring history, came Into pos
session of the title at 85 and loat it at 17.
Fits wss ths exception that proves the
rul in the esse. But even this mlahty
warrior found It impossible' to guard the
honors after reaching the S7-yar mark.
viisiunnrons josi io Jim Jeirries, a
giant, wbose slxe, youth and strength
more than offset th veteran's cunning
ring generalship and terrific hitting, KU
youth and Strength ar th qualities upon
which M tllard will rely to prevent John
son from surpasMng Kuby Robert's won
Jeffries was to when sge and rapidly'
accumulating flesh warned hlra that It
was time to retire. Six years later when
fa was dragged out ot retirement to face
Johnson ha was a pitiful wreck and fell
an easy prey. Now It Is Johnson s turn.
Ia he so great that he can outdo all the
champions of ths past and present?
WALTER MILLER STILL
CLINGS TO TURF RECORD
NEW TORK, Feb. SO.-Walter Miller,
now In retirement, still holds the record
ror winning mounts in a stngl season on
th American turf.. Miller handled 38
winners In VJiA also riding fOO seconds
and 19 thirds. The following year Miller
piloted 334 mounts to victory, the nearest
approach to this achievement being 354
first by Vtnoent Powers In 190C. Hilde
brand rod 187 winners In lourl and C. Relf t
cam horn tn front with TjS tn lxtt. Last
year J. MoTaggart. the leading Jockey,
scored with only 157 mounts, th araall
est a umber recorded since lX.
Investors with money read the Real
Instate ada In The Bee. Advertise your
property for a quick sal.
Stake for Kentucky
Derby to Be S16,000 x
LOUIS VILLK, Ky., Feb. .-Th Ken-
lucky derby, which will be run off at
Churchill Downs on May 8, will be worth
close te SlS,0OV-the most valuable 1-year-old
turf event of the .year. Tha new
Louisiana Jockey olub, ot which VL J.
Winn Is the manager, haa added S19.WJ
In money to this turf classic Thla addai ''
money, plus the nomination and starting
fees, will tend t mak It th moat Im
portant race of th Kentuoky circuit.
This 1 th forty-first renewal of th
The Iventucky Oaks, , an) event for
S-yearold fillies, will be run off on May
it, Th entries for ths derby and the
Oaks close on March 1. Twenty-five hun
dred dollara will be added to the Oaks.
Manager Winn says that Trojan, the fu
turity winner of last season; Pebbles, the
best S-yar-old colt of VAi; Omoly, Last
Coin, Boxer. Catellna, Marlon II.. Iron
Duke, Kaskaakta and many othor crack
colts and fillies last year will be named
to start In th derby and tha Oak a The
dlslance for th derby is one mile and a
quarter, th Oak on mil and a six
teenth. Besides thes two big feature th other
(.events that will be. run off at Churchill
t-owns ar th Clark handicap for S-yeer-olds
and upward, on mil and a six- -teenth;
th Frank Fehr selling Btakes.
distance one mile; the Bashford manor
stakes fo S-year-old colta and geldings,
four and a half furlongs: th Debutante
stake for S-year-old fillies, four fur
longs, and th Juvenll stakes, five fur
longs. ' . . .
neas te work nam.
The regulars of the Cincinnati National
league club will play twenty-one names
on its spring training trip. Thes In
elude games with the Washington Alter-,
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, 7 and t; Boston Americans, April S. 10
and 11. : . - . 'j . " .'
Mrs. Oeorr Burns, wife of the New
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received when the grandstand collapsed
during one of ths exhibition games be
tween the All-Amrtvan and Aii-Watlon-als
on th fall tour.
Mcflraw Lose Weight
Captain Cushman Rice, who sained
taint last eianon when he prcnontnd
Ueorg jStalllnxa with a lucky Cuban
penny, postcards from Havana that John
MoGraw Is taking oft weight raidilly by
Playing golf and rltilng in Captain Hus
ton s automobiles.
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