Weather conditions are not being allowed to stand in the way of the Giants-White Sox at their world tour. At Kansas City last Sunday up to noon it looked as if a game would be impossible, but shortly after the midday hour the snow stopped and after a short consultation between Colmiskey and McGraw it was decided to play. The idea in playing the game was not to disappoint the fans, who had already bought tickets and were presenting themselves at the gate for admittance. It was one of those days that they boast of up to the Arctic regions and yet, in spite of the cold and mud a fast contest was staged. The chief trouble lay in making throws because the mud on the ball caused some very wild heaves.
It's worth the price of admission to watch and listen to "Germany" — Schueler on this present trip. He keeps the fans in constant uproar as they laugh until their sides ache.
His remarks are all new and there is none of the old bait dope all coachers use. He is always making himself the goat just to help the team along.
No autos will be permitted on the grounds at Medford.
Colonel Tengswald autoed to Ashland to see the football game this afternoon.
Earl Potter of Ashland, accused of debauching his own sister, was acquitted by a jury in the circuit court Friday upon the technical instructions of the court, who held that the state had failed to name a specific act in the charge. The same ruling upon each appearance before the supreme court has been reversed. The law provides any date within three years.
After the verdict Potter attempted to shake hands with a number of the jurors who refused this courtesy upon the grounds that the evidence showed guilt, but a technicality had saved him.