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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WILBEINVSIATE AT CHICAGO EETIN Siiice Games Of 1917

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Th-iry-eight llen Have Been Asked To BASEBALL CHIEF LOS ANGElLES, Jan. 4.-Ray Can-
-R- re,,ent Wieu irregularities 1 /
Will Be Aired DIRECTS HEARING non, Milwaukee attorney, who at one!
time represented baseball players dis-
RISBERG TO TE STORY followin the expose of the
so-called White Sox "scandal" in
(Thy Associated Press) 1919, declared here today that Com-
ChIICAGO, Jan. 4-Many accept- missioner K. M. Landis knew back in
ances have been received by Commis- 1922 that the Detroit club of the Amer-
signer K. M. Landis for the seance at ican League. had "thrown" games to
Chicago in 1917 as charged- recently y
122 South Michigan Avenue tomorrow y"Swed' Risberg, and refused to
when Charles A. (Swede) Risberg investigate it.
will dangle before his former White I Cannon was attorney for Oscar
Sox teammates and members of the "appy" Felsch, Charles "Buck"
Detroif Tigers the baseball skeletons Weaver, Joe Jackson an(] Risberg in
of ten years ago. I.claims against the Chicago club after
Pokig u th ded eber ofthetheir- dismissal from baseball Can-
Pokings up the dead embers of the non said that Felsch told the baseball;
eweks, of the 1917 American
League season is expected to cost or-' commissioner, Weaver later corro-
ganized baseball at least $20,000. borating, that the Detroit club de
Thirty-eight men have been asked to liberately permitted Chicago to win
be 'present when Risberg materializes '{seven, games near the end of the sea-
before them the ghost of diamond son. Cannon said he asked Charles
scandal. Some of the players and Comiskey to submit to an examination
former players will travel 2,000 miles to determine the status of the White
to reach the commissioner's office, Sox club, but that Comiskey declined.
with their expenses guaranteed. --"At that time," Cannon said, "Com-
Commissioner Landis' invitation to jMLandis 'missioner Landis made the statement
the ball players to appear at his office i K nesa Mounetaodil that the money interests in baseball
indicated that both the 1917 and 1919 Baseball commissioner, who will were above reproach while only the
scandal charges would be aired. "The meet accused baesball players at Chi- players could enter into what was
commissioner will conduct a hearing,". cago today in an effort to"cleanse the termed by Landis as 'unlawful agree-
said his telegram to the players, "re- great American pastime. "ments.'
specting charges of irregularity in "The present baseball muddle is
connection with the Detroit-Chicago berg was telling his story to the com- nothing but a resurrection of facts
series, September, 1917, and 1919." missioner Saturday. that were brought out in the 1922
Cobb Will Attend George Cunningham, who pitched in case in which Felsch, Weaver and
Ty Cobb, whose departure from two ofRibrwhweeepsntdym,
ha ba abbtheilise epatursea twoofthe four games Detroit lost to Risbery who wer represented by m,
baseball at the end of the last sea son tefu ae eri ott
was shadowed by charges of partici- Chicago Labor Day week, 1917, said revealed the throwing of the 1917k
pating in a "fixed" game, is one of in Chattanooga, Tenn., yesterday that games. At that time Ray Schalk,
those who will face Risberg, although he received $50 from Bill James, an- fund existed, made up of donations of
he was given a clean bill by "Swede." other Tiger pitcher, some time afterfudxitdmaepofoninso
Tris Speaker, who for a week ast the Chicago-Detroit series, but he de- between $45 and $50 by Chicago play-
has been, conferring with Cobb and nied knowledge of any "frameup." ers and which was to be given to De-
attorneys planning to fight charges Risberg has told the commissioner troit club for losing.
involving the integrity of both Cobb that Bill James was the Tiger pitcher During the investigation, Cannon
and himself, is not connected with the who received a $1,100 pool, collected quoted Schalk as saying that each v
new scandal charges. I among the Sox players as a "present". member of the team contributed a i
The list of men summoned before to the Detroit players. Risberg said like amount, adding "there was noth- b
Landis includes five who have Ameri- the money was for "sloughing" the ing crooked about it and I remembern
can League clubs. They are Eddie Col- Labor Day week series, but the story contributing $45 to it." e
lins, former manager of the White of other players involved is that the "Felsch in a brief signed statement '
Sox; Ray Schalk, recently named as money was paid the Tigers for win- during that investigation," Cannon o
Collins' successor; Ty Cobb, who re- ning a series from Boston two weeks said, "intimated that Charles and t
tired from the management of the De- later. The Detroit victory over Bos- Louis Comiskey of the Chicago clubf
troit Tigers last fall; Clarence Row- ton was a deciding factor in assuring were cognizant of the transaction be-a
land, the American League umpire, the 1917 American League pennant , tween the Detroit and the Chicago
who was in charge of the White Sox for Chicago. clubs."
in 1917; and -Donie Bush, now manag-
er of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Louis "Jack" Usher, former grid
formerly manager of the Washington star at Syracuse university and a SUCCESSOR TO HORNSBV
Senators. member of Walter Camp's 1916 all- DEMANDS HIGHER WAGES I
George Burns, chosen the "most American team, was killed in an auto-
valuable American League player of mobile accident near Chicago on New (By Associated Press)
1926," also has arranged to come here. Year's day. NEW YORK, Jan. 4.-Sam Breadon
Among those who were members -has a little financial matter to arrange
of the White Sox or Tiger teams inc with Rogers Hornsby's successor.
1917 and who up to today had not ac- VARSITY TRACK MANAGER- Frankie Frisch, who became the
cepted the commissioner's invitation . SKIPrC
to appear when Risberg repeats his S property of the Cardinals in the New
story of the alleged "sloughed" series, Sre York-St. Louis deal which broughtI
are:- Joe Jackson, Eddie Cicotte, Buc teSophomores and second semew s IHornsby here, says that he will de-
ter freshmenawho wish tot.ndra. two-J ai ,..ja..fromJX .4-,

Bruno Betzel
Veteran minor league player was named to replace Donnie Bush as man-
ger of the Indianapolis American association team. Last season he was
with Louisville.
British Will Renew Polo Contest

NEW YORK, Jan. 4.-Great Britain'
will renew its attempt to regain the
nternational polo challenge cup, held
here since 1921, in a challenge series
next September. Matches will be play-
ed probably at the .Meadowbrook Club,
Westbury, Long Island, the best two'
ut of three to decide possession of
he famous trophy.
The United State Polo Associationj
announces acceptance of an official

challenge from the Hurlingham Ciub
of Great Britain which contained no
mention of plans for assembling the
invading team. Indication has been
given, however, that a combination
picked, from British officers in India
will carry the British colors.
This year's series will be the ninth
between the two countries since 1886.
After being held for 23 years by Eng-
land it was finally brought here in

Six Swimmers Are r
Added To Entries OKU W
For Catalina Swim I
(Ry Associated Press)
LOS ANGELES, Calif., Jan. 4.-The Ar'angement have been made with
array of swimming talent in training 1 the managemnt of the Vindsor, Out.,
for the $40,000 Wrigley marathon skating arena for the playing of
channel swim scheduled for Jan. 15, Michigan's late hockey games there,
was augmented today by six natators according to an announenent mado
of note who planned to immediately Yesterday afternoon by Elton E. Wie-
begin their preparations for the event. man, assistant di'etor of intercol-
Antony Isele came the longest dis- legiate athletics. The Big Ten hockey
tance to have a crack at the 'pot of schedule with Wisconsin and linne-
gold" at stake, having traveled from, sota was so made out at the *Western
Lake Constance, Austria. Isele hal Conference meeting in Chicago re-
only enough money to pay his ex- eently as to bring the Gophers to An
penses to New York. There lie ob- \rbor March 11 and 12 while the
tained a job in the galley on the liner Badger sextet is scheduled to play the
Mongolia and worked his way to Los k Wolverines at home the previous
Ingeles. He claims to hold a number Y ('k-en(, \arch 4 and 5.
of swimming records made on Lake Since the ice in the local coliseum
Constance. almost certainly wir not bef it for play
From the eastern part of the United the Athletic association felt it neces-
States caie the five others. Louis sary to open negotiations with the
Timson of Lynn, Mass., representing Windsor management. Due to the
the American Legion of that state, is fact that the Windsor arena is already
one of the latest arrivals. He ac- engaged-for March 4, Coach Wiemani
Scompanied Gertrude Ederle and Mrs. has written tp the Wiconsin authori-
Clemington Corson on their success- ties in an effort to reach an agree-
ful swims of the English channel. ,ent on another ate. The games will
probably be played March 5 and 7
TN MAT H which days are Saturday and Monday
TUNNEY=DLELANEY MATand will necessitate no additionalloss
CONSIDERED BY RICKARD of time 'from school. Other possible
dates are March 3 and 5 or Feb. 28
.Ac.eand March 1.
(By Associated Press) Plans are being arranged to take
NEW YORK, Jan. 4.-Tex Rickard the band over to Windsor for at least
enlarged his heavyweight war map to two of the games. Also an effort will
include Jack, Delaney today before be made to make these games a get
b Tarding a train for St. Louis to signjtogether for Michigan alumni in this
Gene Tunney. section of the country. "Many of the
A way to reconciliation between the alumni have never seen'a real good
promoter and the world's light-heavy- I hockey game and don't know what
weight champion appeared to have they have been missing," Wieman
been opened after a conference yes- stated. Greater interest is expeted
' terday in which Pete Reilly, manager to be stirred up for hockey among the
of Delaney, met Rickard for the first 'alumni. The Windsor arena will seat
time since their split last spring. 5T00 people.
Rickard refused to discuss the meet- Originally plans were made to hold
ing, but Reilly admitted he had given four games at the new Colsiemn Olym-
his consent for Delaney to fight either pia in Detroit, but this structure will
Jack Denipsey or Tunney. r not be ready for use before April 1.
Bouts for Delaney with Paul Berlen- "Skating during the holidays was
bach, Jiac Sharkey, Paolino Uzcudin the best experienced in years," ac-
a and Jimmy Maloney, among others, cording to Wieian. Many of the stn-
also were discussed, dents who remained during vacation
took advantage of the coliseum which
1909, when Harry Payne Whitney or- wa:; open nearly every day during the
ganized America's first "Big Four." I Christmas recess.
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Weaver, Bill James, Oscar Stanage1
and Chick Gandil.-
Rikberg Baekers P]resent
Gandil and Weaver have indicated
their endorsement of Risberg's state-
ments; Gandil with the cogiment that 1
"Risberg didn't tell the half of it," and!
Weaver by nodding assent while Ris-

out for the position of Varsity
track manager will report any
afternoon this week at 3 o'clock
in Yost field house.
WILLIS E. TOPPER, '27,
Manager.

ident Breadon at $20,000 a year. Te
is asking $5,000 more than he received
as a Giant.
Breadon traded Hornsby to New
York when the latter insisted on a
three-year contract at a salary of
$50,000 annually.

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