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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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\ THREE PLAYER
BAND/LI JAMES LEAVETHE
FORSCANDAL HEARING:
"Black Sox" Player And Tiger Hurler . 0 1
May Tell More At Chicago A
Investigation
JENNINGS REFUSES
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Jan. 6.-The two remain-
ing chief witnesses in Commissioner
Landis' investigation of the Risberg
1917 baseball scandal-the collectori
of the White Sox pool and the payoff
man to the Tigers-were enroute here
tonight, to tell their stories tomorrow.
of the 1917 Labor Day series.
Chick Gandil, banished from base-
ball with "Swede" Risberg for the 1
1919 World Series disclosure, declared!
today in Kansas City that Risberg1
hadn't told half of the 1917 story.!
Gandil passed the hat among the Sox}
for the $1,100 present to the Detroit
players.
Bill James, the Tiger pitcher who
received the purse from Gandil and
divided it among the Detroit team,,
wired Commissioner Landis today that
he oull be here,tomorrow morninga
whoA the hearing is resumed. He has!
so far refused to discuss the case.
Four other players on the 1917
troit and Chicago teams sent word to .
Landis they would be here making 35,
of the 37 players summoned by the
commissioner. Hughey Jennings, De- A
troit manager at that times an'd Haigry
Coveleskie, ex-Tiger pitcher, declined
to come saying they knew nothing
about the affair.
In the belief of Commissioner Lan-
dis, James will be the important wit-
ness of tomorrow's hearing. Three
Tiger pitchers and oire catcher testi-(
fledl yesterday James gave them a'
total of $355 and only James can ac-'
count for what became of the re-
mainder of the $1,100 contributed by ~
the White Sox. The four Tigers said
James told them that this was for
knocking the Boston Red Sox out of Three clubs in the American league
the 1917 pennant race, contradicting ss
the testimony of Risberg. must place their hopes for a success-
_ ful season in 1927 in feet adequate to
ST. ANDREWS, Scot.-Negotiations fill the shoes of departed stars. They
to remove the conflict between datesI are the Chicago White Sox, the Cleve-
for the American and British open land Indians, and the Detroit Tigers.
championships next summer are now The Sox must find a capable succes-
being carried on between the two rul- sor for Eddile Collins, the retired
ing bodies. manager. The Indians must pick a
man to fill in for Tris Speaker, also a
Dartmouth swimmers are expected retired manager, and one of the best
to prove real rivals for Yale and outfielders ever known to baseball.
Princeton who have dominated the in- Detroit is looking for someone to put
tercollegiate swimming for years. in Ty Cobb's place. Cobb is also a
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THREE TEAMS FOR COMING RACE

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Freshman Trackmen Resume Training
With 175 Reporting To Coach t
Approximateff 175 men, candidates f squad of candidates isthe prcson1(
!for the Iresmn track team, resumned! of the Evans', twin birasticrs;.Th10
Same Line-up That Defeated Maryland training at the Yost field house yes- twins, are hurdlers and ap1ea sto be
Will Open Game With Gophers 1 terday under the direction of Charley I fairly good track men.
In "Big Te" lilt. Foyt, freshman track coach. Daily In view of the lack of men iinthe
drilling will be in order from now on. long distance aiid high jmpevets
NINE MEN MAKE TRIP The present numbers it is expected, Coach Hoyt is earnestly appeallgi1to
-_will be augmented considerably with- freshmen who participated in those
With the Wolverines' opening Con- in the next few days. events in high school to report to him
ference basketball game of the season In commenting on the men i ,uded at once at the field house.
scheduled against Minnesota at Min- in the present squad, Coach Hoyt -
neapolis tomorrow night, Coach Math- stated that they represent, on the
er yesterday selected nine players to ! whole, young and capable track men.AUA
make the trip. The men will entrain There is a plentiful supply of good CULTY PTA s iiW"
at 49 o'clock today over the Michi- weight men, hurdlers, and sprinters, (
gan Central railroad, accompanied by but there is a dearth of long distance -
Coach Mather, Harry Kipke, assistant runners and high jumpers. The faculty of the l l~ersitY
coach, and William Dey, manager. Robbins, a product of a Chicago high school will lay agam t
higli school, has appeared to be the i the high school basketball.tea
Capt. Chambers, Harrigan, Ooster- best man in the weight ivision tonight in the University high
baan, McCoy, Petrie, Martin, Rasnick,Marsh and Oldham, th of Detroit, school gymnasium. Th ginc
Reason, and Schroeder were the inen have I lkewisedhown upthfavq ryin will start at 7:00 o'cloc,r., ~~
picked by the Skihave likewise shown up favrably in
Syper to ae the first vaulting. f the sprinters mission charge will be 25e; ien-
Coach Mather announced aftet the!Chapman and Bartom have performned tire pecds being given ,o
Coach Mather announced aftethe ost creditably to date. it the high school team.
workout yesterday that the ,same teammoAreital eate.fhsye'
that opened the game against Mary- A unique feature of thisyea's
land will be used in the starting lineup
against the Gophers, with Capt.
Chambers and Harrigan at the for-
wards, McCoy at center, and Qoster-
baan and Petrie at the guards.
If this quintet proves unable to
match the Gopher attack Martin may .
be used at forward, or Coach Mather
may juggle the lineup, using Chamers}
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retired manager, and without doubt
the greatest star the baseball world
has ever known.

sox have an abundance of fielders, but}
lack powergwith the stick.
The. same cannot be said of Summa

ana tarrigan, Orf' DO, at the guard
positions. Schroeder stands ready to q
replace McCoy at center or to fill in
at the guard post, while Rasni k and;%
Reason are expected to see service
before the game ends.
iMinnesota is expected to use the
same line-up that has been used in the
last few games. Otterness at center,
has proven good in taking the tipoffs,
and is strong defensively. Nydahl and
Stark, forwards, are both fast floor
men, while Capt. Mason and Tuttle
have shown up as a powerful defen-
sive pair.
Coach Mather worked his regular
team last night in a final attempt to j
speed up the attack and strengthen
the defense. Minnesota plays were
used by the opposing five to show the
weaknesses.
The team will leave Minneapolis at l
10:30 o'clock tomorrow night.
CHICAGO.-The Women's Western'
Golf association championship will be,
decided next summer on the links of
the Lake Geneva Country club, Lake I
Geneva, Wis., on Aug. 22. I

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With these facts in mind, Shalk of and Mlanush. Both are fairly young
the White Sox, McCollister of Cleve- jplayers, both are above the average
land, and Moriarty of Detroi C ve- in fielding, and both can hit .330 or
looked about and decided on the three -better. What more could be wanted?
players pictured above to try and fill
the bill.'1 The United States Golf association
Ward was obtained by Chicago froiim has issued a new ruling regarding the
the Yankees, and the only weakness use of strokes in a championship
the veteran has is in batting, which match going more than the regular
is probably the most important. The rounds.
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