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n it ASHEVTLLE CITIZEN, ASHEVILLL N. C. SATURDAY. DECEMBER rage IWELVE f COMMISSION ORDERS PROBE AS BASS ft T. y .j. .j. a, 4- 4- 4- 4- Carrigan Resigns As March's Contribution To 1929 Sports 1 -V!, -V!, TtjomS Tine WALKftft. (sj 10 CO I'M OS iT CrtiCA&O Conger's Great Run Stood Out In March Sport Events NEW YORK. Her. 20 While baseball, baseball, w ith every ma or league team and moat minor league clubs tn tram ln. rire'v the utea'T portion of attention through the month, the outstanding events of March were contributed by track and f.eid athlete. athlete. The hlsih spot undoubtedly waa run in L I A c vier m Ah C in -e- -e- -e- cro-.-ed cro-.-ed cro-.-ed cro-.-ed cro-.-ed t!,1 tape fr-nio;,d fr-nio;,d fr-nio;,d Jieiirst riai, wna 10 yurda he-hind he-hind he-hind Piivjf v na in third place. I w v;iiorv definitely r.st ithllfthed Coitjci'.i MipriMiiHry at the rtlatancs. He J. Hd hca' en Paavo Nuirnl at the same d .:t ime In the mch iwc anies :n I-VhiUfiry. I-VhiUfiry. I-VhiUfiry. !!e had been the only one t') cltifeat Llovd Hhn in the in-rf'tor in-rf'tor in-rf'tor Keaaon of 10'H. at 1,000 yarda 9 V I ... M 1 t nv'J' n-,cr,ko n-,cr,ko n-,cr,ko V"S. v " Veteran Manager To Devote Time To Own Business Is Second Time In His Career That He Has Quit Boston American. WON nVo"wORLD TITLES "Heinle" Wagner Mentioned As Likely Successor To 13-Year 13-Year 13-Year Pilot BOSTOMrOe"c720. (AP) Hill Carrigan, who piloted the Boston Red Sox to two world championships, today resigned that baseball berth for the second time in 1 3 years. He told President Bob Qtiinn, who visited him at his home in Lewiston, Maine, that he had to quit baseball or neglect neglect hi own affairs. When Cjuinn fturned to Beaton to-nint to-nint to-nint he aa:d he waa not ready to announce Curricul a aucceaaor. who prolMbly Aill lie "Heinle" WaKlier, "Wild Bill s llrat lieutenant for many yearn " Dedxlon lte:i(hed 1 "Alter a rrHl man to man talk with CurrVfin," Qulnn aald." I am iiU.I.cd ihdt It would be Impossible . for him to continue to manage th(; ; lied ho and at the same time Rive hla own affulra the proper attention, Hnd I am not aeifiah enough to try 1 lo prevail nn him to tr:n:tin with OUT 1 cluh unrlcr awch cir umttancea. I I reiiL'p lullv Umi any innii owea more to th w-Uiire w-Uiire w-Uiire of ins t,i:nlly and hla 1 private tni.iine" than I." doea to out-: out-: out-: sula intrrets. "Willi the deepest fvrrt I accep; : hli retinnation " j (..tn 1.111. in biiihi ni. :i k hla dect-: dect-: dect-: a:on over tha telephone frfm Lewis-: Lewis-: Lewis-: ton aald "I told Bon Qulnn If It were i a cne of life and drarn with him I would not think of leavm the Red Hok, hut 1 do not feel that the con-ii,t. con-ii,t. con-ii,t. :i la such." I tirreil Out U f nre f 'ri I hiiliii'vi intcreh's which .iu I'WHiiie and aiied in and about I I'wii'nn forced h.tn out of ha.se ball m HMfl. when he via Mt the peak of ).u in material cart er. Me N d the club ;i !o world rhampionr.lpa. Il.. i Cjuinn luiid lini hack In 1027. v.:i'it llio Ited Hox forMins were at it I-.a- I-.a- I-.a- I-.a- eiib Canii;.i:i t:.(( to atreiK-fl.i atreiK-fl.i atreiK-fl.i u the team but wu unable to ob-t ob-t ob-t .ii: necensaey pi ivcri and tha team finished JiiHt in the lit three cam-piVii.', cam-piVii.', cam-piVii.', CarrlHn S 4tl years old. Red Sox He Calls His Shots ' " W Ss - lj Figure, m t.,e Vy OKi W. ' WORLO SiMCB WMKN it cornea to plavimr pocket billiarda thera are few bet'er M.nn the veteran Frunk Tithe: -ki -ki at calling their ahota. He haa brn t:.e pot-hpht pot-hpht pot-hpht for morf! than two ci ades. and wlun not wearing the crown he if- if- one of the chief contenders An exceptional atiaf ot. Taberekl won his flrt title In M16. and since then has traded, the hoimr chiefly with Itiilph Cireenleaf. another Iteadliner and -r.- -r.- -r.- f the (rreatevf - ket-bllllardi'' ket-bllllardi'' ket-bllllardi'' of all time. Nor oii 8KO CSrci nli.il was nailing Tdberakt In an exlilbit:"n match at Bol iii. 117 to 0. litbrtsKi h-iMnt, h-iMnt, h-iMnt, fcrrtn hcil trying to mak hit ilKth point, (iteenlcdf then nine up vi'h u run of 0. ae-wed ae-wed ae-wed up Taljrrakl, and Then l;n-ished l;n-ished l;n-ished tlie kame witii n run of (5 pom's, Oiecnkal won his firv title in ltiy and held on until beaten by T.iber-ikl T.iber-ikl T.iber-ikl in the aeaaon of 1IU4-25. 1IU4-25. 1IU4-25. He regained the crown the Iollov.ing yar, but t It sh'Htly uftiTWHnl tn ?MwIn Htidolph In a challenge mat'-n mat'-n mat'-n Taberskl tlii'ii regained the chainpion." hip on a lorfett, lMt It In but won It bHck In Chlcai;o laat aeaaon. Skipper - And Makes 'Em! I

Clipped from Asheville Citizen-Times21 Dec 1929, SatPage 12

Asheville Citizen-Times (Asheville, North Carolina)21 Dec 1929, SatPage 12
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