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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA MONDAY, SEPTEMBER I-f. mi
CARDINALS BACK IN RUNNING-CHANCE SITUATION PTSaiSSEP-LOCAI ELEVENS BUSY j
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IWhilc Chance Resigned, He
Really Was Forced Out
by Owners' Refusal to
Make Him Supreme.
Long Term of Years Is
Necessary lo Build Up
Club Which Can Com
pete for Highest Honors. ,
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Th atory of Frank Uliaiuti's r-slsna
. tlon from tho Now York American tx-Bfiuo
club is uno no nnelctit n tho natlonnl
game Itfolr. Tt litis ever lnoii the polio
of the majority of club owners to nilont
a ahiftlnp method of uVxnlnnliii; a tpjini,
rather than urn- of untiliful uaitltii;.
. -which has been so liiplily urci'S-ful In
the cas of thr Vtlilr-tlcx nt this .lt
and tho Giants oC New YwK.
Frank Chanco did not it'slsn because
h had not developed a club with could
t, compete with the better organizations of
Ban Johnson's circuit, but because he
was not allowed to develop it. This
friction between tho owners and the man--cere
Is the thorn In the side of base
nan, and at times has actually been a
tnenace to Its very existence
To build up a winning bjll club, Conni"
Alack savs, requites at least five Jems.
Ohanco has been In New York a little
- leas than two season'. Tt Is true that
he does not seem to have made uny muni
progress this year than h" had at tli
close of the season of Ton. Yet thi
would probably be the cae ecn if he hud
the nucleus of a winning club around
'.which to build. In thi ea.e the team
might so along moie or Ie Indifferently
' lor a couple of jeara tnen -"iddcnlv
Jump into the running without warning:,
, Just as the rft Louis Urnwns did at til"
boglnnlns of this siisnn. The trans
5Ilsslsslppian were enabled to make a
fight because that team, for tho most
part, had been playing together long be
fore Branch Rickey was even considered
us a managerial possibility.
Now that Chanco has decided that he
cannot move along in harmony with the
owners of the Yankees, the fans of New
Tork will hac the dissatisfaction of
Feeing one of the game's greatest gen
erals discarded merely because the moguW
have not learned the lesson that a man
ager must be supreme In hli department,
nnd that to be succcful ho tnubt hold
tho reins In his own h.mds and not be
driven with a halter around his own
From several quarters theft seems to
he a rumor afloat that, after dll, Chance
will remain in New York, at least, for Ciie
jest of the season. That, however, has
little bearing on tbo question. Chance
has been hampered and ho will continue
to be hampered as long as the moguls
of the Highlanders beliee that thej. know
more about running the details of a bait
club than one who has capturd three
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TO START EARNEST
Organization of the Picked
Lads Is Now Going on at
Most of the City's Athletic
ThN week will find the Inltrscholastlo
football training season fully tinder way.
is the wan Mrs are eager to get into their
Iorx nnd rhjslcnlly prepnro themselves
for the coming struggles on the gridiron.
The three schools In competition for tho
Kills A. Uimlnl i 'up -Central High School,
.Voilhearl High School and Vi st 1'hlla
t'elplda High School, and likewise South
ern High, which li not in lino for the
trophv this ear have been junveylng
the mateilal tit liuiid nnd taking detlnlto
stepn low ml the organization of football
squads. Northeast, with Its usual ag
gressiveness, has already put In threo
days of gridiron practice, while the
other schools have called out the candi
dates and will begin actual work this
week. Though predictions at this data
would be i hazard, Northeast HWh, Judg
ing from jhe dnsh shown bv tho men In
the ently puictlco. should put in n strong
bid for nit honor', while Central High,
liecaue ol the wenltb of mnterlij nx.ill
sli. mil't be counted si formidable op
ponent. West Philadelphia nnd Southern
High each lost hrnvll through gradua
tion and must shape up a team fiom a
quad of new men.
Coach Johnson, of Nor.thcast. has been
working with his men at tho Northeast
Athletic Feld, Twenty-nluth nnd Cam
bria, and tho team, will contlnuo dally
trouts. Fifty candidates, Including six
oteians. have reported.
play ngalnsl. Football plans for tho com
ing season nt tho South Hrond etrect In
stitution wero formulated nt a meeting
assembled by Doctor Uolce, where It was
officially announced that Dead Johnson,
of the school faculty, had been selected
to coach tho team at Pouthwark Field.
Only four veterans have returned Smith,
Frtadmnn and King, of tho backflcld, and
MacNameo on tho line.
CARDINALS TARE ON
NEW LEASE OF LIFE
Are Threatening Boston Braves
and New York Giants, Leaders,
Now After Being Passed Up as
F. AND M. ELEVEN OUT
Prospects Are Very Bright for Tip
top Squad This Year.
"Weakened only b the loss of Hartman,
Bchaffner and Sykes. and strengthened by
"J -T.umber of stiong urn. prospct are
Tingnt at 1-rauKim and -larsnnu tor a
Tootball team that will rank high among
the smaller colleges this yeHr. Dlehl
captain of this ycar'j arfit, who played
centre last year, will probahlv be nt on
end position, and Wltherspoon will bn
shifted from tackle to centre. "Deac"
Jones, who was accredited by Camp with
making tho longest run on any gridiron
last season: with atylln and Ocrh.inl, two
eld stars, and Evans, n new man from
Lancaster High, will likely comprise thn
backileld. Tho linemen who look promis
ing are Smith, Waugaman, JIusser and
JCrankHn and Iui shall Academy tus
, yea.r sent Into tlin college a mirahei of
players who will chase tho stars of last
year for their places These men are
3kfountz, Hager, Forsberg, Williams and
Kessler. all of whom were on the prepara
, tory school varsity. Other new men are
ATolllnzrer. from Bethlehem Prep : Itlck-
yt. Sellers vllle High; Hlbbs and Elders.
vl. Klsktmlnetas, ana obrtg, from
Thirty-five men have been at wort: since
September 5, and a fast team will be
nicked from the squad for the opening
panie, September 16. The tehed'ile, which
js stirrer than usual thH sen-on, is- Sep.
tember 26, Lehigh, at Suut'i ttethlehem;
October 3. Penn. at Philadelphia, October
10, Lebanon Valley , at Lancaster , October
37, Swarthmoie, at 1-tr.i.astei , October U,
'Olcktuson, at Iancaster: uctuber il, Hav-
erford, at Haverford. November 7, Cor-
Jnell, at Ithaca; November 14. I'rslnus, at
fColleseville; Thanksgiving- Day, CettjE.
bnry, at Lancaster,
NEW TOItK, Sept. 14.-Passed up as
a pennant contender weeks ago, the St.
touls Cardinals havo taken on new life
and are ngaln threatening the Boston
Bracs and New York Giants, National
Following- thcii double victory over the
Beds yesterday the Cardinals are in third
place, onl"' four nnd one-half games be
hind Stalling' leaders.
Coming strong behind the Cardinals
are Hank O Day's Cubs. But one g?me
separates them from Ifuggins' cohort3.
as they, too, won yesterday, beating the
Tho Cubs and the Cards, however, have
a. tough battle ahead In the pennant
chafC. Practically nil of the remainder
of their games aro to be played on tho
1 road, while tho Braves and the Giants
i will be at home.
Yost in Lime-light.
eastern ees aro now turning toward
football in the Yv"et and toward Michigan
in particular. Yost begins today his sec
ond Atvk of varsllv pra'lice, preliminary
to one of the hardest 5-eat.ons ho has had
in eais Penn meets tin- MaUe and Blue
nsaln nt Ann Arbor this fall, and natural
v Philadelphians will eagrly watch the
development of the Wolverines.
As Michigan will also meet the Crimson
oleven In the Harvard stadium on October
SI, tlire Is an added Interest to th make
up of tho Mlchiganders. Yost has several
gaps to fill this season, tho most difficult
of which Is that left vaiant v- the dtpart
uro of Hulfback Craig, around whom most
of the offensive plavs were built last season.
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Coach "Alec" Howell has Just an
nounced that he will bo nble to devoto
his undivided attention to coaching the
Central High eleven. Captain Stephens,
Gotw tls nnd "Hill" Butler In the back
Held, rarmiikls. Chambers, young. Wirk
tiuiri and Kerr for tho line torm the
"liuclmirt." The problem of securing n
foul th man for the backflcld, preferably a
good punter, remains to be solved. Yuss,
of last season's scrub, will probably he
Ineligible. Armstrong ami Hacknian. of
th 1013 freshman team, aro light and In
nperlencil. Thomas. Frankford High's
star halfback. Is said to be u punter of
rare nbllltj and may have the call on
the nth! men for this reason.
West Philadelphia High School, which
tied Central High for the Oimbel Cup
last year, has lost almost an entire team
through sr.iduation. Whetstone, star
hnllbaek and an excellent punter, has
matriculated at State College and will
bo badly missed from the lineup. Heukoft
nnd Iioiy In tho backfleld, Shwartz and
Toll at ends and Nelme at tacko are
likewise hard in'n to replace. The Orango
and Blue Mill has Captain Wagon
knight at quarterback, Crowell at guard,
and Ellis at end. Devreur, who was ex
pected back this season, has decided to
enter Tome Institute. Panzullo is a good
halfback, nnd the other two backflcld po
rtions must be filled by men from the
1913 scrub and freshman teams. KIrchnor,
MacCormaek, F'ulmer. Stanard and Swing
will -o used tj reconstruct the lin
Southern liili School cannot compete
for the Olnibol Cup. since Northeast High
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WITH CHARLEY HERZOG
Will Give Manager Chance to Lend
Heds in 1015.
Garry Herrmann seems at last to hnvo
begun to tciiltze that when n manager
makes good that Is thomo to glvo him
more powers nnd more encouragement,
rather than his release, as In tho caso of
Hank 0'Da. No one could havo made
moro out of tho Clnclnnntl Beds than
O'D-iy during tho comparatively stioit
time ho wa In Bcdland. ot ho was sum
This srnsnii t'hailey Herzog, the must
efficient lunelder on the New Yolk (limits
club In 1113. has done wondcis with the
Beds. Hr lias nlmost made n leal ball
club out of practically nothing. And his
reward will be another chance In 101 .
Speaking of his mnnngci, Herrmann
"It's u sure thing Herzog wilt be our
manager next season. '
"We aro tntlsflcd with the gc3s ho
has nhnwtt as a lender, although wo nV-e
not satlslled with tho position In which
the tenm Is now located.
"Herzog In my opinion Is a real man
ager, lie will be In charge ngaln next
season and things will Inppen duilngtlie
wintci that ttill give him good material
to woik with Wo are satlslled that If
ho has the players ho will build u win
ning ball ilub '
GREAT GOLF WEEK
USHERED IN WITH
Climax of the Fall Sea
son to Be Witnessed Nowi
and Stick Wielders Are in
OUTLOOK BAD FOR CAMDEN
Faculty Restrictions Impair Football
Prospects at Jersey High School.
Football prospects for this season aro
anything but encouraging to the student
body at Camden High School, for besides
the handicap of light, green material,
the l-'aciiltv Committee has placed cer
tain lestrlctlons on the grldllou candi
dates that ire bound to affect the spirit
and enthusiasm of the players and toot
The most menacing law recently laid
down by the lactilty forbids all hludcnts
to take part In football who have not
obtained written permission from their
parents or gunrdlun. This will cause
promising Bricklcys to give up all idea
of going out tor the team, ns few parents
will be willing to assume the entire ic
eponsllillltv. Strkt eligibility rules and the neces
sity of a phsiclan's nflldavtt In le
gard to the health of tho student will
also be prime factors In narrowing down
the sipiad to a mere handful. These dif
ficulties might In Unie be overcome but
for tho fact that tho majority of tho
plav ers who have managed to pass
through this "third degree" laid down
by the faculty do not come up to tho
usual standard of Camden High elevens.
ill 1 1 MHa 1 1 I vv II liflyy ii
OolfliiK events have been coming thick
and fast recently, but this week will wit
ness tho climax of tho fall season. To
moriow theie will bo an event of special
Interest at tlicl Wliltcmarsh Valley
Country Club whfcli will he In the nature
of u curtnln raiser to the nnnunl open
tournnmciit of the ClolC Association of
With Its usual generosity tho "White
marsh Valley Country Club has put up
$100 for an nmntour-protcsslonal tourna
ment 4lt will be n best ball match with
an umateur and a professional on each
side. All amateurs nnd professionals of
clubs belonging to the United States Golf
Association nre eligible to compete. This
event Is iiulte n novel ono and It should
piuvo decidedly Interesting and, what Is
moic. It will servo ns excellent practice
foi thoie competing In the championship
the nct day.
In former jenis the open, championship
of Philadelphia was only at thirty-six
holes, but this year the Golf Association
vry wisely decided to extend It to sov-enty-tw
o. Thirty-six holes, therefore, will
be played on Wednesday and tho remain
ing llilrty-alx on Thursday. Vory liberal
pilzcs have been put up by tho associa
tion. Tho winner will iccolvo $160, socond,
$100; third, S70: fourth, $40; fifth, $20, and
slsth, $10 $100 In pilzo money In all. One
thing Is certain, and that Is that the
tournament will be more liberally patron
ized than In past years. Many of the pro
lesslonals who competed at Spring Lake
will be here, Including Walter Ilagon, tho
open champion; .Tames SI. Darnes, the
Western champion; Isaac Mackic, tho
winner of the Shawnee tournament: Joe
Mitchell, runner-up at Shawnee; TJImcr
Loving, of Spring Lake; Krcd McLeod,
of Washington: Tom McNamara, of Bos
ton: Heibert Strong, of Inwood: Louis
ttlller, of 'alloc Urook, and, of course, all
tho locnl professionals. The Whltcmarsh
course Is in lino condition at the present
time, nd although It Is fay no meafis easy
some fine scores snouiu oc innu..-.
One of tho most popular tournaments
of tho local season will ho played on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the
Philadelphia Cricket Club, St. Martin's.
The Invitation tournament of tho Phila
delphia Cricket Club for tho St. Martin's
cup Invariably draws a record entry and
there Is no reason to supposo that this
year's event will bo an exception to tho
In addition to the St. Martin's cup, the
President's. Governors' and Players' cups
will be competed for and In each event
tliero will be a prise or the nlnncr-up.
An even, or great Importance will bo
staged "l the Merlon Cricket Club,
Haverforp tomorrow, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, when
tho annual competitions for tho Inter
collegiate tennis championship' will bo
played. Last year Princeton sprang n
big surprlso by winning the Isaac H.
Clothier cup outright, but this :-enr Har
vard should experience no difficulty In
winning tho new trophy for the first
time. Represented by r. Norrls Wil
liams, 2d, tho national singles champion,
It Is difficult to Imagine cither Ynlc,
Princeton, tho University of Pennsyl
vania or any other university or collcgo
standing a ghost of a chance against
Ilarvnrd. Williams Is a Philadelphia!
and this fact alone Is sure to attract
a big attendance at tho Merlon Cricket
Club each day. Play will tako placo
In both morning and afternoon.
Pitches No-hit Game
STAMFOKD. Conn., Sept. ll.-Wllllnm
Wnlsh, of New Drltnln, captain of tho
rordham College football team, pitched
n no-hit, no-run game hero for Slamford.
Stnmroid beat Portchcster 2 to 0.
Walsh struck out eight plaers. Wnlsh'n
pitching record hero this season Is 13
games won nnd 3 lost.
Beat Brooklyn Soccoritcs
NEW YORK. Sept. H.-Wlth a make
shift line-up In the llcld, the Brooklyn
soccer team, amateur champions of tho
United States, went down to defeat In an
exhibition gamo at Harrison, N. J., at
tho hands of the champion West Hudsons
In a flnoly contested battle by tho score of
5 goals to 8.
HORTER HANGS HIS
SPIKED SHOES UP
FOR GOOD AND ALL
Meadowbrook Club Runner
Decides to Quit the Game
at Which He Has Been So
Successful Other Notes.
Eddie llorlor, who for many years has
been this city's leading sprinter nmonj
the local club athletes, has decided to
put awiiy his spikes for nil time and do.
vote his attention to business. Iturtcr
wiib a star of tho first witter from tho
very day he tiled his hand nt tho running
gamo back In 1107. Ills career has been
ono string of sin-cesses fiom that time.
Titles galoio huvo fallen to the skill ot
the little Meadowbrook boy, but far ana
away his best season was In 1013, when,
as n member ot Jimmy Mulligan's
Georgetown University team, ho twice
turned tho centuiy In 10 seconds flat and
In the Southern Intcrcollcgtatcs on Home,
wood Klold, Baltimore, he sot a. new rec
ord of no seconds for tho quarter. It still
Horter's nunuuuccincnt of his with,
druwnl from umateur athletics will bo a
sad blow to his ninny friends.
Tho Meadow brool Club will lose Ted
Meredith now that tho college seuson ti
all but under way. Ilowovcr, he gave
them very 3mall help this summer, for
after equalling Mel Sheppard's record of
1 mln. 21 2-5 sec. for Ci yards at tho Aril
san games lato In June, he did little or
no running afterward.
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