Sport: Baseball Resolves

To curtail rail travel, big-league baseball last week agreed to forego its southern training season—a practice that dates back to 1886 when fabulous Pop Anson took his Chicago .White Stockings to Hot Springs, Ark. for a tonic. This year's unkinking must be done north of the Potomac and Ohio and east of the Mississippi (with the exception of St. Louis' two clubs, which may train anywhere in Missouri).


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