THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN AND NEWS. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 30. 1913.
SILK HAT HARRY’S DIVORCE SUIT ;; A Rumhauser—Life Saver
Copyright. 1813, International New* Sertlcc.
By Percy H. Whiting.
T HE Atlanta club bought a cou
ple of players out of the Kitty
Leagua last seaaon. And witn
ail due regard for the general sit
uation of the citrus crop they ware
the finest lemons ever gathered since
the antl-boob law went into effect.
At the same time the Crackers
were gamering those wondei per
formers, Lyons and Johnson, the Vol
unteer club bought a young hurl r
from Hendersonvule. He was a skin
ny. unimprec«ive looking youth, u)
slab-sided and pasty-fa<*»d that up j
In the Young Cat League they called
him "Bilious” Beck.
Atlanta’s Kitty graduates are gone
now—whither or whence no man list- I
eth and no man gives a hang. But j
Nashville has hung onto this Beck !
lad. And to-day he leads the South- j
em League hurlers with five straight
victories to his credit. He copped off!
the last one yesterday, at the expense j
of the faltering Crackers, 2 to 0.
TJECK'S start In the high life of »h ■
South . lmost equals that of A1
Dermareo’s famous get-away last
year—a start that gave A1 enough
Impetus to reach the big leagues.
In five games he has allowed six
in five games he ha-s allowed JO
hits—an average of five to the game.
Three times, April 12, April 17 and
April 21, he won 8 to 2. His last two
games have been shut outs.
And never lived a lad who shows'!
lees stuff to the naked eye.
When Berk begins to warm up 1:*•
works like an outfielder. He has n »
more wind-up than a marble statue,
He grabs the hall and throws it
that's all. You keep wondering when
he's going to throw one hard. But
he never does.
Beck makes no effort at strikeouts.
He Just lets 'em hit. The fielders d*
the rest. And hand this one to tin
Schwartzies—those bullies can sure 1 }
held that hall.
Right now Beck looks like the BIO
pitching find of the season. He Is
mighty small to be ^ successful hur!-
er—but they can’t beat him, and
that's what he is paid for—paid at
least 112(7 a month, I have no doubt. |
* • •
B RADY probably considered himself
a somewhat abused man to lose |
that ball game. He allowed seven j
hits—never more than one to an in
ning. save just once. He walked only
four men and only one of the four
scored. He hurled almost airtight
ball—but yet he was beaten. He had
behind him the club that the records
show' to be the best sluggers in the
league but they couldn’t deliver an/
Toward the end t the old bt’l
game the Crackers threatened noisi
ly a couple of times. In the sixth the
Trackers made twm hits and had
"Welchonce, the league’s best hitter
in 1912, at bat. And nothing came of
it. In the eighth Beck walked two
hatters, after two were gone, an i
"YVhltey” Alpennan, a rough pinch
hitter was up. But again Beck land
ed his man. In the ninth the Crack
ers again theratened and in the pine 1
Dunn was sent in to bat for Kernan.
But Joe shared the fate of his prede
cessors in the pinch and lifted to thr
• * •
I F you ask Bill Smith what hap
pened to his bal’ club lie will lay
the blame chiefly to the injury ■*
Bailey. The outfielder has a badlj
sprained foot and will be out of the
game two weeks perhaps.
"If we'd bad old Bailey in there
with his hittin' says Bill, “wed
sure have ” n. . tuen lie just groan*.
• • • •
B ILL SCHWARTZ believes he hAs
a pretty good ball club. "Wan
’til! we get hitting.'’ says Bill. “We'll
"My pitching staff." says the "Boy
Manager" of the Volt, "is better than
Bill Smith's which isn’t saying . >
much either. My team can field. If
wo get hitting they will never head
Schwartz stuck in Young yesterday
to get the benefit of hit hitting and
‘’Del" managed to deliver one sin
gle and to walk once. James has
been in a batting slump and unless
he shows signs of hitting may not
be put back in the old ball game.
• • •
|T Is worth noting that the three
* defeats by Nashville carried the
Crackers out of the league lead -a
position- they have occupied since the
SHOTTEN LEAVES BROWNS.
CHICAGO, April 30. Bert Shotten,
outfielder of the St. Louis American
baseball team, yesterday left for Am
berst, O.. on account of the death o*
s relative. He will rejoin his team
in Cleveland later in the week.
t f . / )
p IX American lightweights arc named In a challenge issued b.v Freddie
V Welsh through his manager, Harry I'oilok, yesteday. The Knglish
" champion, who ban beaten the lightweight litle holders of Knglmid,
Australia and France, and who got a twenty round decision over Willie
Ritchie, the present world's champion before the latter defeated Ad Wol-
gast, names his prospective opponents in this order:
beach Cross, Jack ftritton, Tommy .Murphy, Joe Rivers, Willie Ritchie
and I’ackey McFarland.
It is a case of money with the British champion, as it is with all boxers.
He has no feeling of enmity toward any of the boxers named, but ho oonfl
dently believes that he can whip them all, which will justify his claim to
the world's championship. Furthermore. Welsh is prepared to make 133
pounds ringside for all but McFarland, who can get a match at 135 pounds
scaling a* 3 o’clock In the afternoon.
Welsh defeated dross on points several years ago when I .each wasn’t
an experienced lightweight, dross lias made rapid strides in the past
year, and Welsh believes a bout with the dentist will draw a big.gate.
As for Rivers, Manager i’oilok writes that the Mexican's manager had
refused $5,000 to box Welsh in New York, saying that he preferred a twenty-
round battle on the coast.
"Rivers is nfrdld,” continues Welsh's manager. “If he will box my man
ten rounds in New York we will agree to go to California and bet our share
of the bout on the result of a twenty round encounter. Rivers has pocketed
nearly $10,000 for meeting dross and he owes it to the New York sporting
public to accept. Welsh's challenge."
Champion lUtchie has been (lodging all challengers for many weeks
because lie is making cosey coin on the stage. Rut Welsh now offers to
let him name llie weight conditions Welsh and Ritchie, if they should
clash in a ten round bout In New York, it would provide a real world’s
championship match, which, in the opinion of boxing managers, would draw
at least $30,000. Ritchie's mentor. Hilly Nolan, will find It difficult to side
step Welsh's proposition unless he demands too much money.
It Is generally conceded that Welsh is McFarland’s most capable rival.
They have boxed three times, fifty-live rounds in all. and the ipiestion of
supremacy still remains in some doubt. McFarland gol a verdict in ten
rounds several years ago. after which there was a twenty live round draw
in I .os Angeles and a twenty round draw in Umdon.
tt •>. »
WJ HKN " men »'*' s lls far ,ls Calgary, Alberta, for a fight, as is Hie ease
W of blither McCarty, it Is either because he loves a light or for just
the opposite reason. In ibis case we will only mention that he is to meet
the winner of the Morris I’elky fight, and leave the verdict without eon
*. n ».
<t»HK Inculcating of those principles of fair play and inanllnes- is about
1 to gel n terrific push from behind. Tommy Hums is going to make
mutches out on the coast. If Tommy does as well for the fighters he pro
motes as he did for himself lie will lie a popular inculcntor. His princi
pled always were that the fighter with less reputation should always lay
down to tile fighter with the greater reputation, and nothing could he fairer
or manlier than that.
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JOE WOOD MAY BE OUT OF
' GAME FOR THREE WEEKS
WASHINGTON. April 28.— Smoky
Joe” Wood. Boston’s champion pitch
er. may be out of the game for three
He will certainly be unable to plav
this week. The injury to his thumb,
w hile not serious, is of such a nature,
however, that if he tries to use his
pitching hand before 1t Is healed his
twirling may J3e affected all season, to
the great loss of the world s cham
This discovery was made yester
day by a surgeon who examined
Wood. While Joes thumb Is only
helpless from a bad sprain. It Is be
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IN COAST BOUT JULY 4
LOS ANGELES, CAI... April 30 —
Tom McCarey, fight promoter, yester
day announced that he expected
within a few days to sign up Joe
Rivers, the Mexican lightweight, and
Willie Ritchie, the title holder, for :i
20-round bout on July 4.
CLARK GRIFFITH WANTS
UMPIRE DINEEN BARRED
WASHINGTON. April 30.— Clar.v
GrifiUn. of the Senators, has made
the charge that Umpire Dineen has
shown favoritism toward the Bed Sox
and asked that he be barred from
holding the indicator in future Wash
RACER BRINGS $200,000.
LONDON. April 30. Th famous
race horse White Knight was sold ;o
a foreign buyer for $200,000 yester
day. The figure is believed to be a
record price for a single horse. White
Knight won the \scot gold cup twice,
as. well as the Goodwood cup. He
was owned jointly by W. R. Wynd-
lmm and Colonel Kirkwood
The Red Sox-Yankee trade rumored
yesterday Ik all off. Chance, of the
Yankees, told Stahl, of the Red Sox.
hat he would trade Hal Chase for Tris
Speaker and Joe Wood. Stahl nearly
* * *
The Cubs .still lead the Giants in the
National League, both teams having
* * *
.\ slight improvement was noted to-
i day in the condition of Eddie Foster,
j the Senators’ third baseman, who is suf
fering from a mild attack of typhoid,
and there is a chance that he will he
hack in the game in three weeks.
* * *
Burton, the recruit White Sox first
sack or. continues to sing the ball. ID
grabbed off three hits again yesterday.
• * v
The most thrilling pitching duel be
tween Mathew son. the right-hander,
against Rucker, the southpaw, ended
in the thirteenth inning yesterday,
when Rucker "cracked.'' allowing the
Giants to hammer him for six successive
hits. The game ended New York 6,
Ty Cobb got back into the game yes
terday, mane one hit out of four times
up. executed some brilliant base run
ning. and drew a continuous round of
applause from Detroit fans.
* * X*
The Cincinnati* lost again yesterday
and a little more sunshine has oozed out
of Joe Tinker's life.
* * •
.Milton Reed, Jr., continues to go like
wildfire at Davenport In a recent in
terview Manager Dan O’l/eary < ex-
Atlanta » said that he was fielding bet
ter than any shortstop Davenport ever
had and hitting better. Reed succeeded
Joe Wilkes, who, like O'Leary, Is an
* * *
II <: Salsinger expresses the opinion
I lull Ty Cobb’:- hold-out cost the Tigers
four or five games that they might
* * *
Branch Rickey has ordered his I'ni-
versity of Michigan players to start
right for second when they get a base
on balls, provided there is a man on
third. It's a regular play, and they
don’t wait for a signal. Rickey figures
that college catchers don't get the run
ners often enough to count.
* * *
The two men picked a month ago as
the best of Detroit’s recruits -Pitchers
Boehler and Wheatley are back in the
minor leagues now.
» # «
It-looks like midseason to see the
American League batting honor roll read
Collins, Speaker and Lajoie. Only one
name is missing. It is a name of four
letters Those guessing the name will
be entitled to buy a Georgian baseball
extra for two cents.
* * *
Charley Hemphill Is batting .450 for
* * *
A baseball team representing the
Philippine Islands will soon tour the
* « *
Fred Tenney may he made manager
of the Fall River club.
* * *
Pat Flaherty has made a. hit as man
ager of the Lynn club, and threatens
to have a strong organisation.
* * *
Jack Johnson »and Dee Walsh, last
\ear of the Southern, are a loud noise
this season with the Browns. But, then,
any first-class ball player would be that.
News of the Ring Game
When Jess Willard refused to go West
some months ago to fight “Gunboat”
Smith, he overlooked some real money.
Coffroth sent two round trip tickets to
Charlie Cutler. Willard’s former man
ager-. besides offering him 30 per cent
uod a guarantee of four fights.
Willard recently made the trip on his
own bankroll, and is only getting 25
per cent for boxing the "Gunboat’’ on
Willie Ritchie ends his theatrical work
next week, and Billy Gibson, of New’
York, is euger to get the champ for the
opening of Madison Square Garden on
May 16. Gibson has Freddie Welsh
picked for Ritchie.
« * *
Reports from Denver tell us that Ed
die McGoorty Is already in grand form
for his match there with Jimmy flabby
May 2. Eddie is training on Rudy TJn-
holz’s farm, and Rudy is some trainer.
Martin Burns and Ted Carpenter, two
burly white hopes, have been matched
to go ten rounds at Burlington, Wis .
♦ * *
Larney Lichtenstein writes from Chi
cago that he has severed connections
with his former lightweight, Steve
Ketchel. Larney Is now managing Art
Stewart, the Hammond lightweight.
Steve will do his own business from
* * *
Mickey McIntyre will meet Billy Grif
fith at Calgary to-morrow night in the
first of the series to clean up the welter
weight championship tangle. Ray Bron
son or Hillard l^ange will clash with
Jim Griffin has been selected to
referee the bout at San Francisco May
27 between Gunboat Smith and Jess
Eddie McGoorty and Billy Papke have
been practically matched to box at Mil
waukee on May 15.
* * •
Meyer Pries says he would like to get
a chance at little Jimmy Grant, the Chi
cago whirlwind. Meyer saw Jimmy hold
Ki<i Young to a draw and defeat Spider
Britt, but still thinks he can beat the
* « *
Sammy Trott, the Columbus light
weight. has signed articles to meet
Ray Parks in a six-round go at Pitts
burg to-morrow night.
Charlie White, the Chicago speed mar
vel, weighed 12746 pounds last week
when he stopped Joe Thomas in eight
rounds. White is without a uoubt one
of the greatest boys of his weight in
the game to-day Charlie writes from
Chicago that he is still after Freddie
* * *
Rochester fans should see a tough
st rap to-night w r hen Young Shugrue and
Kid Kansas meet in a ten round af
fair Wansas recently held Jimmy Duf-
lj to a draw, while Shugrue handed
Johnny Lore a neat lacing at New York
* * *
Matchmaker Jimmy Rohan, of Oak
land. Cal., has signed up Frankie Burns
an M Wolgast’8 opponent in the main
event of the entertainment to be given
by the Oakland Wheelman's Club May
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Frank ("Teddy"> Bair, the property
of Pie Nashville club, will pitch for the
Indianapolis team (if there is one) of
the Federal League (if it eventuates).
« * •
Hugh High says that he doesn't want
any more chances for Ty Cobb’s job.
It's like trying to finish out a play for
Shakespeare or a poem for John Milton.
* * *
The fans are bringing it home to
Charley Comiskey that they don't like
slow games. The other day when Joe
lAke was slated to pitch, only a handful
turned out They didn’t want to waste
their time watching Joe stall along
* * *
There never was such a thing in base
ball as an unprejudiced opinion.
* * *
Talk still persists that Charley Mur
phy will sell the Cuba and get out of
• * *
He will, the same day the Rocke
fellers sell their Standard Oil holdings—
and for the same reason.
In its annual report to the Legisla
ture for the year ended November 30,
1912. the New York State Athletic Com
mission urges an amendment to the box
ing law which will enlarge its powers
so that the sport of wrestling may be
* * *
The commission's report* shows that
the State received $49,191.31, or 5 per
cent of $983,826.20. which licensed clubs
received from public patronage during
a period of twelve months. As the law
was In operation for three months be
fore November 30. 1911. the total re
ceipts. according to the report, were
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HEDGES AFTER TEXANS.
ST. LOUIS, MO., April 26.—Presi
dent Hedges, of the St. Louis Browns,
has his eye on two promising young
sters now playing in the Texas
League. One is Third Baseman Oon-
dolfl. of the Beaumont outfit. The
other man under surveillance is
Catcher Reynolds, of the Houston
LONGBOAT A FAVORITE.
ST. LOUIS. April 28.—Tom Long
boat now’ looms up as the favorite
for the big 15-mile race at Celtic
Park on Sunday. May 4. The Indian
runner is anxious to get a crack at
Kohlemalnen and O’Neal, and again
be declared champion of the world.
BISONS GET INFIELDER BUES.
BOSTON. April 30.—Inflelder Bues
has been swapped by Manager Stal
lings, of the Boston National League
team, for Outfielder Mann, of* tlm
Buffalo club Pitcher llogue has been
sold to the Minneapolis club.
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***• • Sunday.
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W/a North Broad St., Atlanta, Ga.
Opposlta Third National Bank.
Atlanta at Birmingham.
Memphis at New Orleans
Montgomery at Mobile.
Nasville at Ohattanoogu.
Food for Sport fans
Standing of the Clubs
W. L. P C
8 8 .500
i 6 10 .375
6 11 .353
4 13 .237
Nashville 2. Atlanta 0.
Mobile 3. Memphis 2.
Montgomery 6. New Orleans 6.
Chattanooga 3. Birmingham 1
Cleveland at St. Louis.
Chicago at Detroit.
Washington at Philadelphia.
Boston at New York.
Standing of the Clubs.
W. L. P C.
9 2 .818
10 4 .714
7 3 .700
9 8 .529
W. L. P d.
S. Louis 7 9 .437
Boston 5 8 .385
Detroit 5 10 .333
N. York 2 10 .167
Chicago 6, Detroit 5.
Philadelphia at Boston.
New York at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at Pittsburg
Cincinnati at Chicago.
Standing of the Clubs.
W. L. P C.
Chi’go. 11 4 .723
N. York 8 3 .727
Phi la. 5 3 .625
P’burg 8 6 .571
B’klyn. 6 6
S. Louis 7 7
Boston 2 9
Cin'ci. 2 11
Chicago 7. Cincinnati 2.
New York 6, Brooklyn 0
Plftshurg-St. Louis, off day.
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE.
Jacksonville at Albany.
Charleston at Columbus.
Macon at Savannah.
Standing of the Clubs.
W. L. P C.
Sav'nah. 8 3 .727
J’vllle. 6 5 .645
C’l’bus. 6 5 .545
AS A B. B. SCRIBE WOULD WRITE 1
Oh, somewhere in this l*. S. A., Old Sol, !
the well-known sun.
Is there with ail his old-time stuff— j
J. Pluv. is on the run.
Somewhere the Joys have chased the
Glooms and do the turkey trot,
But Glooms are on a rampage here j
athwart our baseball lot.
It happened thus: With two defunct j
and all the hassocks jammed
When some big boob named Casey up
and thrice he wildly slammed;
He might have copped the pastime with
his bludgeon then and there,
But, as we said before, he whiffed the
ozone islang for air).
Ty Cobb having signed hie contract
and saved the nation. Detroit will now
resume its customary place on the map.
Umpires in ice cream raiment may be
tolerated, but we shall entes a frenzied
protest if they adopt walking sticks. So
With umpires wearing white scenery
one is led to w'onder whether the ath
letes will be fined if they remark,
"Whoops, my dear!”
Cy Young has joined the Federal
league, but he was not always thus.
Time was when he was afflicted with
Another crool blow to the national
pastime. Alma College, which is In
Michigan. has absolutely prohibited
One might be forgiven for indulging
in a few chortles when a wrestling pro
moter complains of a bum house, might
We should hate to lose money, after
the manner of a baseball magnate. It
would cost us so much to pay our in
Savannah 6, Macon 1.
Charleston 3, Columbus 2.
Albany 6. Jacksonville 1.
OTHER RESULTS YESTERDAY.
Milwaukee 7. Toledo 1.
Kansas City 7, Indianapolis 6.
Columbus 9, St. Paul 8.
Minneapolis 8, Louisville 2.
Newark 5, Jersey City 0.
Baltimore-Buffalo, wet grounds.
No other games scheduled.
Greensboro 4, Raleigh 3.
Winston-Salem 3, Durham 1.
Charlotte 2, Asheville 1.
Petersburg 4. Norfolk 3 (11 innings.)
Newport News-Roanoke, rain.
Cotton States League.
Jackson 4, Selma 0.
Meridian 8. Columbus 3.
Clarksdale 5, Pensacola 4.
Houston 2, Fort Worth 0.
Beaumont t, Dallas 0.
Galveston 4. Austin 2.
San Antonio 7. Waco 6.
Harvard 11, Bates 3.
Dartmouth 8, Syracuse 0.
Trinity College 8. Davidson 7.
College Games To-day.
George vs. Vanderbilt, in Athens.
Sewanee vs. Florida, in Gainesville,
Virginia vs. Navy, in Annapolis.
Clemson vs. Wofford, in Spartanburg.
Washington-Lee vs. West Virginia, in
Alabama vs. Cumberland, in Tusca
Georgetown vs. St. Johns, in Wash
v. M. 1. vs. Kentucky State, in Lex
sule bears the [M|Q'
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T WO N ew Suits o f Wool Crash
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Basket Weave Design
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witk Vest—-Coat quarter-lined witk fine silk—sells for $30
Tke otker one in same skade a W^ool Crask and a Form-Fit
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witk silk mokair, kas no vest sells for $20
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Norfolk Models in These and Many Other Shades
Parks - Chambers - Hard wick
Having learned through the news
papers that A1 Palzer is finished as a
topnotcher. w’e are palpitating to learn
when he ever started.
Several of our best little rough-house
experts will box before the Legislature
on May 7. The betting is 1,000 to 1
that there will be a quorum on the said
The wolf approached the magnate’s door
Upon a summer day.
But when it heard the deadly roar
Of wine corks, popping by the score,
It up and hiked away.
We note by the public prints that
Frank Gotch has his ear to the ground.
That is his own affair, but persons in
that position lay themselves open to a
Mr. Cobb is worth all he can get. In How would YOU like to be a Con-
fact, any man is wortn all he can sub- gressman and be forced to listen to
tract from a baseball magnate. Horace Fogel?
PROBLEM IN TRIGONOMETRY.
it has been demonstrated that honest
wrestling matches do not pay.
BUT, wrestling promoters grow
ANSWER—One per minute.
What doth ir profit a man to be
President of these U. S. A. If he he ,
called away from the game in the sev
enth inning, with the score tied?
The New York Yacht Club is*in a
quandary, so to speak. It does not want
to race and yet It is not In a position
to tell Tom Llpton to get a reputation.
AT THE RINGSIDE.
• Being a few lines dedicated to the *
gents who infest boxing shows in the
j capacity of seconds.)
Lo. the conquering hero comes,
Surrounded by a lot of bums
Who carry pails of H20,
i And scatter showers to and fro
. And trample with their muddy feet
: The gent who has a ringside seat.
Princeton vs. Columbia, in Princeton.
Tale vs. Tufts, In New Haven.
Brown vs. Vermont, in Providence
l.afayette vs. Cornell, in Ithaca.
Ho>v Cross vs. Army, in West Point.
CALLER KING ON JOB.
Caller R. H. ("W.") King will oper
ate his baseball detail in the old Staten
prize fight hall, on Viaduct Place, this
afternoon, and every afternoon while
the ball club is out of town. TCverv
game of the long road trip will be re
ceived at this place over the wire.