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TO HOLD ROWING
Plan on Fool to Form New
MONEY ONE BIG OBSTACLE
Rtquiraa Large Amount of Coin ta
Have Successful Masting Training
Tabta of Wettarn Conference An
Tbo project of a mlddlo western
American Henley, tt seems, will not
down. Tim plau lms boon revived
through the nniiounccmciit that Leon
It Ice, nit old Syracuse oarsman nml
pupil of Tun Kyck, littd been engaged
n a rowing coach by Carroll college
nt Waukesha. Promoter ot the scheme
e-ny that they hope to obtain entries
from WlsM.-on.ilu and Minnesota and In
general promoto rowing In the middle
Any movement looking toward the
opread of the irt all over (he United
States ought to be encouraged by every
oarsman, young or old. but those who
liaro tho matter In charge might nt
well begin right uow counting the cost
o that they will know where, they
etnud and not bo obliged to giro tho
whole thing up wheu they (1ml that tho
necessary cash la not forthcoming.
Tho situation In tbo middle west, as
well as on tho l'aclflc const. Is different
from that obtaining In tbo cast. Row
ing at tho colleges U supported In two
ways by subscription and by levies
on tho profits from other sports. Any
one who has tried to drum up sub
thoro was a movement on foot at
Oambrldgo last winter to materially
cut down tho rowing expenses.
With all this In mind tho westerners
would do well to go alow. There nro
other obstacles too. There Is tho mat
tcr ot tho training table, nhvays trou
blesome In the west, where tho confer
ence colleges hnvo frowned uiwn tt.
yet It Is doubtful If any eastern conch
would care to take up with some of tho
colleges which It Is hoped to attract to
the proved western Henley without
making sure that ho would bo allotted
to start n training table.
Princeton has taken up rowing alone
tho proH'r line-, uml other colleges go.
Ing Into the game would do well to
study tho Tiger system College row
Ing Is usually of slow growth, and the
men of Nassau are well aware of that
fact. It I Impossible as yet to coax
them either to New London or I'ough
keepsle. although nt some lime or other
n Princeton eight will be seen In ouo ot
tho big races. A western Htnley muy
some day be a success, but at this
writing tt would be well for Its pro
moters uot to plan to sttigo It loo soon.
eighteen (Imp. This cr-ilu-flr clft
I down his run driving ower. and tho
play of tho Giants nulTcroi to n cortaln
oxtont ns a colneijuoncc.
ttEIFIELD 0AY3 HEINIC PEITZ$
WAS 80ME SCRAPPER.
UNASSISTED TRIPLE PLAY.
Foraman, Minor Ltaguar, Pulli Off
Frank Stunt In Cam.
Poreman, shortstop of the Kankakee
club ot the HIInols-MMourl league, ex
ecuted an uunMNted triple play In a
recent game between Chamiwtgn and
Kankakee. The play was executed In
the flrxt Inning. Sullivan and Hem
mine of Champaign hit safely and
were on the first and second sacks
when Lane drove a liner between sec
ond and short.
Tho diamond was unusually heavy,
and In a slipping and sidling maimer
Foreman made a lunge for the bill,
grabbing It with one hand ubout one
foot off the ground. Itotb Sullivan
and Hemming, thinking It a safe lilt.
dashed forward, with Foreman, ball
In hand, stepping on second, thereby
putting Snlllvnn out. and. continuing.
Krtptlons for a crew or crows knows ,oucbw,1 "tonUnei! Hemming
tho difficulty of the proposition nml I" " J.'""" '"'""J "n" " uu
plan. Now, In the west the profits
from football snd baseball are not to
be compared with the "gate" In tho
east, and tho conference rules stand In
tbo way of the making of greater
Wisconsin has Its bands full raising
money to send two crews to the Tough
keepsle regatta, and the experience ot
the Lcland Stanford. Jr.. university
eight is still fresh In mind. Columbia
men know tho difficulty of keeping tho
crows going, of raising the necessary
money and of turning out the men.
Even at other Institutions where prof
its from football are great there Is
"HetntolVlts,tho Flying Hutch
man from North tit. Louis, was
onto scrapper," said "Lofty" l.e-1-Held,
tho former I'lttslmrgher,
now with tho Chicago OiIh, ilur-
& lug n recent fanning bee. "Ouo
J, day Heinle was catching for tho
f rittsburgh cluli. Wo w ere piny- S
X lug New York. Joo Mctllunlly
was twirling for the Olants, with w
Itresnahan behind the lull. Fella
j; was coaching at third Ikihc, and -;
Is. ho said something iert to llrvs- ,"'
nn ha n. Mct'luulty cut In unit $
called Heinle a big sausage.
"'Where do you get off with
that old roundhouse curve your !
granddad willed youV shouted ?
Tells to Mclllnnlty. Joo was
awfully proud of his curvo ball r
and could not stand for any guy
a manner entirely dlfforuut from that
of tho past.
Whim tho chatnplonnhlp rnei nro
ntn there can bo but two contenders.
This Is duo to the fact that the Nn
tloiuil Cycling association U running
both tho eastern nml western rnces
Hits year, Heretofore the champion
ship meet have been run In tho eiiHt,
nml nt the end of the ho.ihou Kramer
litis nlwn.VK been the wlmier of tho lar
gest number of points.
Two men are ufler his honors
Jarkle Clarke and Alfred (luullet, who
bine been battling In Halt l.aUo City.
ALEXANDER IN GOOD FORM.
PhlllleV Pitcher Dtglnnlng to Show
Qraat Prowaii of Last Otaion.
(Irovcr Cleveland Alexander Is start'
Ing to show tho same lira ml of pitch
ing that made him the icunttoii of tho
National league last season. And yet.
PITCHERS FEAR MEYERS.
Glints Catchar Had Batting Position
Changtd to Avoid Oaing Walkad.
Chief Meyers, the New York (Hants'
star catcher, enjoys the unique distinc
tion of being one of the first batters to
have his position In the hitting list
changed so that the pitchers would
not give him so many walks.
For three seasons Meyers has been
permitted to pursue his hard hitting
way Just above the pitchers. Wheu I
McGrnw placed hltn there he proliably j
did not know that the Indian was to
sever any too much money to spore, develop Into such a slugger.
The economy Idea has even penetrated In tho first thlrty-tlvo games Meyers
to tho big English universities, and I wnnjvaiwed juirpnselv no less than,
lug. After the Inning mis over
Tells walked past tho New York
bench. MctllnHlt.v Jabbed him lu
tho eye. Helnlu then cut loose
and wiped up the Held with Me
(Jlnnlty. Finally the police raced
on the field and xtpai-.itod tho
belligerent hall players, Home
Ixvdy said McOlmilty started tho
tight, and tho police placed lillti
"'Call n carriage nt our ex
pense. Don't ride Joo to tho sta
tion lu tho hurry-up wagon. said
y McOraw to the ihiIIcciuuii.
Jl. "'Old the Turk glu Telts that
black ojoj ttnpilied tho 'wllce-
S. man of me.
T "'He's the man.' said I.
A " 'Well, he looks like, nothing to Z
f me, and he'll ride In tho wagon
4 to tho station bouse,' said the k X
X llco sergeant. 'We'll show blm j
f he can't punch a Tlttsburgh ball l
player In the eye and thou rldo to ',
j tho calaboose like n steel million- f
j aire on his way to attend a bank T
jj directors' meeting.' ?
A "So It was tho wagon for Joe." Z
KRAMER SEEKS NEW TITLE.
Spttdy Olcyetlit Will Co AfUr Honors
In Nawark Aug, 24, 27 and 30.
Frank Kramer, for eleven years tho
champion blcycto rider of America,
will this season attempt to win tho
world's championship. The races will
be held at Vallsburg track, Newark, N.
J., Aug. 2 1, 27 and 30. Kramer hocs
to win tho national tltlo for tho twelft't
time this year. It wilt bo decided. In
MAY CHALLENGE AGAIN.
Sir Thomas Llpton Anslous For An
othar Try at America's Cup,
Thoro tuny be iinntlior raco for tho
America's cup. According lu reports
from I'ugland and tho Neutliiietit that
exists In ynctitl'iK circles heie, Hlr
Thurnas Upton Is noxious for nuollior
try nt tho prlxo. Ho wants to Imlld a
cluilleuger to conform to tho present
rules of tlio New York Yacht club. In
measurement ho wishes to build a
smaller boat than tils former challen
gers. The club, howoier, has decided
that under the deed of gift there
should bo 110 restrictions or IIiuIIiiIIouh
to cup yachts and Is not In favor of
building to conform to Its own rules
for an International contest. There Is,
however, tho mutual agreement clnunu,
which practically allows the chnlleng
isl and the challenger to agree to al
most any conditions.
.1. T Morgan Is laboring to bring
itstiit ntmthor raco. Tho commodore
is Mill! keeping up n Ihely Interest lu
yachting. He still owns the Columbia
lie has great Influence with the New
York Yacht club and may bo nhlo to
arrange another series of races on
terms tho nrgaulxatlnn will agree to
It Is Morgan's Interest tu the matter
that tins created the siMtlmciit nuuitiK
yachtsmen to have another raco
NKW CHODIC VUVSTY MAT,
Tito Dullntlit Ins In stock it liutii
bur of tho new Crook county wnto
pi Int miips, mIiowIiik It roads, rlvors,
Inlmitoil laiuls, towns, township anil
section lines. Tito maim 111 0 Miutr
nml moio romprelu'iishu than tun
ntlisr iiiapH anil aro caiolully pilnlii)
on heavy while paper, Thoy retail
nt $1.00 oauh, postogo 10 couth, if
I nnos A Davldwiu'a burhur sltup In
located now, toiiuiornrllv, mi Oregu 1
sticeti In the old TaKK'irt Hotel build
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Photo by American Pra Anoclatlon.
ALf-XAMJtn, I'llILMLS UTAH I'lTOIIKU.
ho has tni'ti unable to heat the (Hants,
who were Mff picking fur him lu tho
last pennant race.
Alexander has a long rend to go be
fore he wins his thirty games. That
was tho agreement entered Into with
tho club owners when ho signed his
contract In tho spring.
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