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Detroit Times (Newspaper) - March 1, 1912, Detroit, MichiganNews and views truth and sincerity most up Asi up is cmos couches to the. Strenuous ti6erettes panning from Sugden and heart to heart talks from Mcguire on tap Inch is too willing4y season and cold weather is unheeded by the youngsters by Ralph l. Yonker. Monroe. La. March 1--with the thermometer at 39 and tha any overcast no attempt at a regular workout for tha Tiger waa at tamp Tod thl morning. Tramar l to Thill had the Man do Aoma run but Baa Ball waa left alone. Each Sugdan Rao Alved word from file Home that Hla wife waa Groat by improved. Taylor s rheumatism la much Batter. Monroe in. March 1 base pm ease up a for Tho love of Mika ease up that is the cry of coach Joe Sud Den when the Tiger ettes Are doing their stunt out at the fair grounds has coach Jim Mcguire too is con saintly going around to the Boye with Lejla heart to heart talks while they re Oil the said. After each Tete a Tete the y Ingster who has been at the receive. In end of most or the conversation i Mojeeda again to work languidly with look of resignation putting on the brakes. One but that a willing Bunch marked Sugden today. The Only triable is that they Are too willing for Tufa season of the year and this weather. Ive got to keep after them every minute to prevent their going t � fast. The old timer Arentt taking things i Fate so seriously As the youngsters. Tey Gre contenting themselves with a Little less strenuous work and More to tomfoolery. Works. Covington and to or seem to enjoy hugely the in Demtry of the Young Fellows. Extremely Light work was the Call so All this week getting somewhat i Ivler of course towards the week is 1 the Weatherman who Doles out Piying conditions Here has been extra Mely Grouchy this year in compari so i to years past accor Dlag to Obi re Identa Here. Where formerly there a re All kinds of blossoms and Flowers to this time of the year there is Notov n a Bud now. The temperature the y say is from ten to fifteen degrees be pm Normal. At that it is hanging arund 40 above. 1 Desmit was Sieu Eab will Bald a i eclat meeting Friday evening in the or club rooms. 109 Forest a. East. Promoters scramble for Kelly Mcgoorty bout Chicago March prize fight promoters today have contracts All filled in which they Are waiting for Hugo Kelly and Eddie Mcgovny to sign. So desperate Are some or the promoters that they Are offering tha fighters almost the entire Gate receipts. The mad scramble for this Middle weight Battle it is said May cause the ban to be placed on the game in both of Chicago � suburban sport Cen ters As some of the magnates who offer 75 and 80 per cent of the Gate receipts for the Battle Aie said to be acting without licenses and expo later to turn the staging of the Battle Over to others. Coulon refuses to fight for a month Chicago March Cou Lon. Champion bantamweight announced today that he will do no More battling for at least a month. He declared his next fight would be in now York with either Joe Wagner Young Salisbury or Philly Mcook Ern. Coulon has fought four Champion ship Battles in five weeks and declares he must have a Good rest before going into the Ling again. He has refused to sign for a 20-round encounter Tveith battleship Togo the Jap. F Arl Maggart coast fielder goes to Philadelphia athletics Lari Maggart apes to the athletics in the american league. Ordinarily it would be hard to secure a place or this championship team with out lie Ders like Murphy lord. Oldring. Hartsel and Strunk. But if Maggan shows his True form in the big Brush he will be playing a regular berth in the Outfield with lord and oldring. He hitting 1 Superior to that of a Ofphy Strunk and Hartsel. And he is a better base runner than out m j Harl Maggart. the past two seasons he has the meet sensational base run k coast league. Att catch it next to impossible to out at second or third orb Maggy likes to hit sliding on All occasions. Is necessary or not. He a this to keep in practice i natural for him to k go into a base standing up. He frequently slides into first base. I Tuggart is the Best product of the coast Vogue on the bases and he Pfoh tar Tutti to is his disposition to sulk and when he played with Oakland Harry Wolverton found it necessary to suspend him last year. With a Man Ager like Connie Mark Maggart should income a Star in any com by. The coast league has never sen n More promising player to the Tajo leagues. A a Christy Mathewson. Where the kinks Are coming out hot by ring in members of the Brooklyn baseball squad began practices Here today under the instruction of manager Bill Dahlen. Twenty one dodgers arrived late yesterday leaving Only four to Marlin. Tex several Hants were on the hop al lie today a a result of accidents and kinks in their arms caused by the cold weather. Manager Mcgraw called off the regu lar morning practice. Christy Mathew son s squad of veterans Are due this evening. Chicago the White 9ox special stocked with the heaviest commissary Ever sent out on a Rock Island train. Is speeding southward today with 18 Ball players. President cot Niskey his family and a Large party of friends and scribes on Board. Five Hundred enthusiastic fans were at the station last night to see the special off West Baden. cardinals. Browns and Charlie Doorn s Phillies Are fast round my the championship form in the checkers billiards bowl ing and water drinking league. The baseball Field was still covered Wlton water today. Wash in o to a Long Tom Hughes. Eddie autism Ltd and Hurk Becker Are the nationals and Ance guard who arrived. Today to leave sunday for the Spring training Camp at Charlottesville a. Manager Griffith will take Only the most ancient a swim and the greenest rookies tor the first week of Spring work outs i the regulars will report a week later. Tar 1 Flor Roll i Hon try j will play the College five Here this afternoon this will or the last Saint to b pay a in the i of in gymnasium this Mim. Children cry for Fletcher s cast Ria the Emblem the Detroit times Friday March 1, 1918. Every sport has its fan every fan his frenzy by Jack Lastig. F slip this i a / f Kaltoft just tit ba9t Ballan Attar Gami my the Auto fan me takes you Cut a 100 ficut fan is very dangerous when goes to pm Actkin the latest Miles from nowhere Nhis car and taking Fighte inv Apiary demonstrates wind up of Mathewson Szucki Amie poc then just As _ i " fan s to moot nit Avator fan is a very new the billiard fan every time me l telling addition me does not live to be sees any Minc that looms like a Ball the Moha centenarian he wants to Start a came stores Tho Catcher must shoulder a great Deal of work he must watch the bases lie must coach his Pitcher he roast figure what the opposition expects to do and any number of things there is no denying that a Ball club Well equipped with Battery men is dangerous. Terrible Turk defeats Zalkus australian Jackson mien., March a Fol lowing the defeat of Frank Daikus heavyweight Champion wrestler of Australia by Yussif Sussane the ter Roble Turk the lat terms manager has today accepted a Challenge to meet Jess Pederson in Battle Creek. March 7. K. 0. Brown Busy meets three in fifteen Days new York. March a knockout Brown is so Busy these Days that lie a Hardu find time to count ins Money. He began training today for a lust with Jun Baywood on March 7, at fall River. Six Days later he will face Young erne in Philadelphia. On March 22, Jack Odonnell will be his opponent before one of the local clubs Schaefer jr., meets Huston tonight Jake Schaefer jr., 17. Son of the famous wizard of the billiard Cue. said to be the beet youngster in the game will be been in action Here to night Whon lie meets is Huston of Ann Arbor at the Central billiard Par lors. Billiard enthusiasts Are Toujag Voung Jake us the coming Pamplon and say that if he improves As much in the two years As he has in the past two he will soon wrest title from Willie Hoppe. The game tonight starts at 8 Oclock. A. Value of great a Battery i a l Faja al easy to i ydkr9taxo by thei al y Ivi y work of wa9iiyotoy team w v. V w at times. By Billy Evans. Few really great baseball teams Are shy on Battery men. Good pitch ing and Good catching Cut a big figure in every Battle of the Diamond. Few teams have won pennants unless Well fortified Back of the Bat and in Tho pitchers Box. No matter How Many runs a team May make they Are wasted if the opposition makes one More. Many National league critics insist that the cubs would have Cut a big Swath last year had the pitchers not failed Many look on the teams showing As remarkable considering the pitching staff. Detroit suffered because of a pitch ing slump. The cubs and the tigers the scores show lost Many games when they made five six seven and eight runs. Something is wrong somewhere when so Many runs fail to win. The late addle Joss a great student of the game once said pitching was seven tenths of a club s strength. Many scoffed at this but addle was not far out of the Way. Take last year s Washington club for example. Let a Ordinary Pitcher do the twirling and the club was not greatly feared. Let Walter Johnson step on the rubber and the club be came dangerous. Aside from the strength added by Johnson s pitching his very presence gave Confidence to every member of the team. The Catcher plays so big a part that it 1b almost Foolhardy to Hope for much with a mediocre catching staff. Oft / v to a of of Youness. Now then gentlemen we would have you give special at tent Loo to this Alan mordant clothes question. Meu and Young men have Learned to know that Traver ird readiness to show tace hew season styles is the Forward March to the army of clothes buyers in and about Detroit. When this great Quality store says go the race is on. Our fit showing tomorrow will be a most con i prehensile and altogether worthy presentation of the world s finest to Purel. We invite you to come and View these Quality exhibits they Are matchless from every standpoint and deserve your thoughtful consideration. A j want Aon to or our fatuous Green room clothes suit Anil to no in r apparel has Ever bran shown. Our matchless exhibit will be a revelation to you. Tiv by inspection invited 1 Jil r 1 v we if gym � Job r Vav �4 l a Jar a Lara Niff i its Ali 1. Flfi11 in i r al 9. I j by Sov i lib Spring headgear Spring footwear Spring furnishings a pc a Pkt olt it i of incite the times sport Page � / % they All fall of it Mullic Tawney soup it was beef Broth for lunch Eon and nobody touched it. It was mull Cataney soup a i in Dolenne for Dan her with a Little broken up Toast added Anil it went Fine. Titus proving that even tag irettes fall for the unpronounceable names. Short lengths edited by Ralph l. Yonker Twa player were Rule a oat of account of roughness in the Friendship ass netball same last night which the former won 3 to is. Central High track team will meet la Ysl Lintl Norma team at the Cen trial High gymnasium tonight. Over too a i Are catered for the first track meet of the season to be held at the University of Michigan gymnasium tomorrow night. All out track a men Are eligible. Some line is expected to be obtained on prompts lug material in this event. The Kalamazoo baseball club will la crease its capital Stock from 15.900 to o. Following a decision of the us Rictor at u meeting last night Sev eral Hundred dollars has already been pledged and the needed amount to entirely free the organisation from debt is is said will be readily forthcoming the my Lulaa High girls team will meet the Niagara University sextet of Niagara Falla. X. A. At Central High k Man sum tonight. The Niagara team is one of the strongest in the pm pure state and is expected in give the Michi Gan champs a hard Battle. The of Olav worlds Eha plea Liduor baseball team Defeated the Burroughs team of this City by a score of 12 to 3 at Owosso last night in the first of a that Kume series pays pitching was a great Pursle to the Detroi ters. Zbyszko defeats Koch 111 to straight Falls wins right to another Chance at Gotch roller beats Rogers that stanislaus Zbyszko the hoi ish wrestler is entitled to another match with Fomuk Gotch the Cham Felon. Is the opinion of most fans Here today following his defeat of Henn Uii Koch the German Champion in t to straight Falls it the Light guard Arn Orv last night. The match was be Best Ever staged in Detroit and Koch although Defeated was the a Greot a and had the pole in trouble a number of times it was Only Zbyszko s greater experience in the game that Savul him from a fall on several occasions. The two men were evenly matched in brute strength and the giant Ger Man met the pole half Way in rough l work about the ring. The first fail was secured in 39 minutes 7 seconds by a Crotch hold. The second came in 7 minutes 34 seconds with a Scis sors hold. The second round was spectacular Koch going after his Man from the Start and had the pole in a bad Way within a few minutes. After six utes of fast work a Byalko however slipped from Koch s hold and flopped the German to the floor so hard that he was Siu uned and the pole secured the scissors hold. The preliminary Between or. Roller and Yankee Rogers was a Fine exhibition of scientific wrestling to which the Seattle physician won the match in two straight Falls of 23 minutes 3- second and the second in "3 minutes 10 seconds. Monroe is Horseshoe against any epidemic say residents in spite of the fact that men nil tvs has threatened Monroe the old residents Are sticking to their assertions that there will be nothing for the terrible disease Here. Monroe they claim has a Horseshoe surrounding it that will keep off a possibility of a Quarant in Here. In 1896 and 1897 when the yellow fever epidemic was so bad in this part of the country Monroe was entirely free from it. The place was at that time crowded with travelling men who waited Here filling the hotels and even private residences until the ban was lifted in new Orleans and other cities whither they rushed to be the first in the Market to die pose of new goods. By Grantland Rice. To the composing room. Prepare lag to Karadle As array of Kewa and dope for the peso it Polo of Iglo discard the Type the set up line of Spring phenom Pari out As dubs i up the standby holdouts Bigno or Brown now pitching for the cubs can Macks to am leads in Pennant fight. But hold this o eternal Tome e e Cobb pokes a double into right and Crawford drives him Clear out the old stuff frayed and dense cd Walsh called in to save the game Frank Schulte s Wallop clears the Fence yanks in a slump with eight men lame but hold keep this in easy sight for daily use in prose or poem As Cobb pokes a double into right and Crawford Delvos him announcement the undersigned desire to announce to their friends and the Public generally the opening of their new tailoring establishment at i i West fort Street where they Are now showing a Complete new line of imported and american Spring suiting. Over coatings Trouse rings and vesting of the beat Quality and Are prepared to provide their patrons with custom made garments of the very highest class at a moderate scale of prices. Special showing this week of new weaves and patterns Haney & Dixon Thomas Haney Fheo of Ipoh # our Spring Stock is ready for you thru res no question about our Picas ing you tor or afle satisfying the most particular men in this City and the clothes or Are no making Are absolutely right. Here you Gri better Good better styles and better made garments and for less Money than any other tailor can offer. Come in tomorrow and see. Suits and overcoats s2o, s2s $27.50, s3o up. The Ballantine cos. Tailors state and Washington. Ror Best results advertise in the times. Page ten

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