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8 THE WASHINGTON HERALD TUESDAY NOVEMBER 13 1906
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Abo Imt t Dr Drugging StlS of Trotter Trotterrv
rv Yorkt York Nov No 12 ttAnothcr Another attempt attemptw atftiuptmd
w v made md in 111 the Supreme Court today todyin todayin
in m behalf hIf of E E E Smathers to get et a look lookM looki
M i t in ii alftda amdvit Ada v it t alleged to have been made made1r madej
1r j r St Louis by b Edward Sanders Sande a driver driverii driverl driveri1
ii the lw Grand Ora ntt Circuit in which Sanders Sandersuinittotl SandenmIHCtl Sandersuinitted
uinittotl I had carried out the theLUll drusgtaff drusgtafftf
tf V f Lou I u U Dil Dilln < > n i when WM he the trottln trotting horse horsewas horseWl hOICva
was Wl va d IkLtHt1 < icaud by Major Delmur in their theirI
I Zz for tho th Memphis Gold Cup in Octo Octolif Octo1fT Octo1I
lif 1I 94 04 Justice DowHns to whom the theftl tbeIIPplkatlon the1pliaUOn
ftl IIPplkatlon piiaiion was ias as made has not yet et grant granti grantiIe
i ino i iIe It raciuept raciueptS r rq1LiCStrnathers ue = L Lmalher
S mat malher hens lawcr la1 r said the suit was a re repi re rep rei
pi p i > in i Fl action act tor the cup presented by the theUTviphis themphis the1itIj
UTviphis mphis 1itIj Trotting jVssiiciation having havingl
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IIOTV l ry by b the trotting association and andi
i llfvinvd nitd Ity rnathers on giving a bond bondUs bondi
1 Us s sF value 5000 5000FTmcr 5000 5000Former
Former F rmcr Judge J dg John F Cloonan for the thet thetu
t tu tIng ing association said tne tlieJDOtion tHe motion was wasimpiy wumIr wasrn
impiy mIr rn ly an a n attempt to get a favorable de deLisiMi de deon
LisiMi 1 n on H question ietn already otherwise otherwisetidjudivatcd otberwtilerijudkated otheseIjUl
tidjudivatcd IjUl kated by both the judicial term termhI of oftic ettie
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MUD UDRllERS RUNNERS DAY DAYD DAYDeep
Deep D ep and Heavy Going on onthe ontIle oiitlie
the Pimlieo Track TrackGOID TlaelGOLD TiackGOLD
GOLD LADY WINS MILE EVENT EVENTTwoyearold EVENTTo TSVENTTiroyearo1d
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lingua JIn n Rides Three Winners WinnersJockey WlnncrHJockey II111erH II111erHJocke
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fialtimore Md Nov ll 1uc1 Iod runners runnershad runnet1lhad runn runnhack
had their first chance of the meeting mo tinS at atPimlieo ItPimlioo atPimlico
Pimlieo tills afternoon the going being beingdcp beingdeep I Idft
deep dft > p and holding after Sundays storm jrtormNo stormNc torm tormX
No X complaints were w re heard from the th thmen horse horsemen horsemen ¬
weather weatherrunners woatherrunners t er errunnens
men for the reason that the fair
runners have had more than their share sharein sharein sharein
in the ten days d dut y5 of racing and it looks lookslike lookslike
like evening thing thin up for the webfooted webfooteddelegation webfootedt1plegatlon webfootedielogatlon
delegation to get t a chance to earn 0a winter winterexpenses WIUt WIUtexpenses winterXJMnMs
expensesThre expenses expensesThore XJMnMsThre
Thre was of course some reduction n nhe intle i ithe
the he size cf the neWs neld aDd the merit of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th contests ts Still all considered it was wasa
a 1 fair days sport with generous returns returnsfor returnsfor returnSfor
for these fortunate to pick the winners winnersThe winnenThe WhinesThe
The Hunters Huat rs Steeplechase Stoepl hse went w nt ntKlrkl le leKirklevlnstoH toKirklevlngton
KirklevlnstoH Klrkl 1ntoft who will 111 show to advan advantage aclvantag advantage ¬
tage tag in similar races at Sensing Gold GoldLadys GoktLadys GoldLadys
Ladys victory in the mite nub event ent for two twoyearolds twoearol twoeroMs
yearolds earol was SmpteJatvu Seve pteillllw enough to con convince CORYlnce convince ¬
vince her admirers admh HaU lt site is now at her herbest herbest herheeL
best She was mootfHg i bstIl a fir tot Jot yet yetbeat yetbea yetbeat
beat bea t them as if Uy were the most or ordinary 01dlnary ordinary ¬
dinary sdttnsni e1ftngyiint ling tGft i Hasan who rode rodeher rodeber lOdeher
her piloted two other dItt winners This boys boyswork bo boyswork 11 11v
work v ork here has been improving steadily steadilyand ste steadilyand dilyand
and at New Orleans where he will win wlnterE wi witer winter
terE ter there is sure to be a demand for his hteservices bIaerv1ce8 hiserv1ces
services servicesIn aerv1ce8In erv1cesIn
In the closing erect Incorrigible lnecKriGl was wascrowded wascrowded wascrowded
crowded Into the fence on the Dar turn turnand t tIUMI tarnand
and Noone who was riding had Ms left leftfoot leftloot leftfoot
foot bruised bruisedStarter ecIStarlf1 bruedStarter
Starter Dado suspended ea Jockeys John JohnHennessey JollaH JohnJienneasey
Hennessey H T and J Smith for the remain remainder r renialuder bt btder ¬
der of th tM meeting meftJ The latters offence oft oftchlfty to tochietiy Ischietly
chietiy Utnkttty dlDkH and his b suspension was waswell wuwell WSwell
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tonia races today Short prices pr1cai range rangeabout rasged rasgedabout
about most of the winners Summaries SummariesFIRST SuaunarIeSI SummariesFIRST
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MR SMITH RECOVERING HECOVERINGGeutlcmnii RECOVERINGGcntleml1l1 RECOVBRINGGciitlcnutn
Geutlcmnii Sportmnnn Will vnl Soon Be BeAble DeAllIe BeAble
Able to Leave Hospital HospitalBaltimore lIo hospitalltimore llltnl llltnlBalthROre
Baltimore ltimore Md Nov No 12 1C C W Smith Smithcf Smithcf SmIthCf
cf Warrenton Wanenton Ya who was seriously seriouslyhurt sertoU seriouslyhirt t thtJl1
hurt htJl1 by his horse hor falling and roiling roilingupon roilinghim re3fingistan
upon him at the late borne e show at Nor Norfolk Norfot Norfo ¬
folk fot fo of which he was w the manager maziner r i ibetter Iiktt in inhetter
better betterCol iktt hetterCot
ikttCoI Cot Robert Hough of Baltimore re received re receIVed remiveil ¬
ceived a letter on Saturday from 3 Yra YraSmltbBay1Rg MisSmith r rSmith
SmltbBay1Rg Smith Baying that her husband hb nd has im improved improved improved ¬
proved wonderfully and the doctors at atSt atSt atlit
St St Vincents lDceat Hospital Norfolk where wherebe wherehe wherehe
he was taken the night of the accident accidentexpect acddentexpect accidentexpect
expect him to be able to go borne within withinthe withinthe withinthe
the next ten days Mr lr Smith waa w gen general seneral genoral ¬
eral manager at the Virginia State Fair Fairat Fairat Fairat
at Richmond from October Octob r 9 to 13 and andmuch andmucb andranch
much of its wonderful success was due dueto duet6 dueto
to him htmBILLIARDIST 11ImBILLIARDIST him3ILLIARDIST
BILLIARDIST SUTTON HERE HEREHandle HEREI1nnU HEREhiandiess
Handle hiandiess < K Wonder oncler Gives Marvelous MarvelousExhibition 3IarcloulExbntion MarvelousExliflsltton >
Exhibition with Ub Cue CueGeorge CueGeorge CueGeorge
George H H Sutton the wonderful w ooerful hand handless nandless bandless
less billiard expert began a weeks ex exhibition exhibition cxhibitlon ¬
hibition at the Royal Billiard Parlor test testevening astevenlnb lastevening
evening He plays 2 O points ISineh balk balkline balk1tne iaicline
line two shots in each afternoon and andevening andevening Dd Ddevening
evening and offers 11 to any an Washing Washington Washington ¬
ton expert who defeats him himLast himLast himLast
Last night Wallace Carroll arrOII was wa his Op Opponent tipponent p pponent ¬
ponent Mr Sutton won 200 2 to 134 i in intwentyeight Intwentyeight Intwentyeight
twentyeight innings giving him an aver average a average er erago ¬
age of 717 7 17 to Mr Carrolls 437 43 4 37 It Is Issimply isstmply insimply
simply wonderful how Mr Sutton handles handlesthe handlesthe handes handesthe
the cue and manipulates the ivories HIs Hiearms HIsarma Thaarms
arms are both severed about two inches inchesbelow Inchesbelow Inehebelow
below the elbow but no shot seems too toodifficult toodl1ftcuU toodifficult
difficult for him even the masse and the themost tho1DOst themost
most difficult draw The score by innings inningsSttUra InningssttMI InningsSatton
SttUra SttUraHffik sttMI sttMIU1it6 Sattonlh6174699t65ld1i115i3eihi1i1290O
lh6174699t65ld1i115i3eihi1i1290O lh6174699t65ld1i115i3eihi1i1290OH0k U1it6 Ut651UUl5UeU5Ul Ut651UUl5UeU5UlHtRIt
Hffik nw I1MIo X Average Ierage T nr nrC nrIn 17 17Camll 1 1Carall
Camll C CarallIUIII1142111
571MI1242111 In 1 1 It 11 24 211 I 9S9XeM09523av 99 92910 U 119 lI0ti29t Ii 5 mt fcBi fcBiHigh 40111Hf li1t1High
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I FOUNDRY BASEBALL BASEBALL TEAM TEAMBolglann TEMBolginno I
Bolglann Sunday SundaySCliOOl School S < 110 1 Class Enter Entertains Entcrtnln Enterlains
tains tnln the dl CliaiaplonK CliaiaplonKThe ClmmplonHI CiliunpiOfleThe
I The Bolgteno Sunday school cliool class o oFoundry of ofI ofFoundry
I Foundry Methodist Episcopal Church 01 01Saturday on onSalurday onSaturday
Saturday evening gave ve an enjoyable enj yab1e re reception reI roception ¬
I ception in honor of its bns bnstbnl1 ball team teamwhich toamwhich teamWhich
which during the the past season won the thepennant thepennant thepennant
pennant In the Sunday School League LeagueA
A oropmmme uro nJnme of great merit was ren rendered rendered rentiered
dered in the early part of the evening eveningconsisting ovenlngstln oven1n oven1nconsisting
consisting stln of 1Iano iano ano solos by b Miss Elsie ElskIllekman ElsieHlcJman ElsieIflekinan
Illekman and Miss Ethel Tozier vocn vocnsolo vocal vocalBOio vocalseilo
solo by b Miss 1II s Mary Kolbe readings bj bjMis b byMiss
Mis Miss Virginia Walker and Andsoforth Andsoforthby Andnoforthby
by b Mr Paul Grove all of which were mos mosenthusiastically most mostenthushtstIcaJ1y mostenthusiastically
enthusiastically received receivedA
A banquet ofaix courses was laid in tin tinsocial the thesoelal thesocial
social hall where the guests numberln numberlnabout numbering numberingabout numberingabout
about eighty were w re seated to enjoy the he re remainlng remaining icusalning
mainlng hours of the evening Mr Mer Merritt Merritt MerrItt
ritt Earl president of the class ably fillet filletthe fllotlthe filledthe
the role of toastmaster Among those re responding responding iaspending ¬
sponding were the pastor Rev Robert M MMoore MMoore MMoore
Moore Mr Ir T A A Harding superIntendent superintendenof superIntendentof
of the Sunday Sun ay school Mr Ir L E 2 Breunin Breuninger Breuninger Brouningei
ger assistant superintendent of the Sun Sunday Sunday SUnday
day school Mr F W V Bolciano Bol 18no teacher teacheiof t teacherof her heroC
of the claM Mr C II Roosch Ro h manage manageof manugerof matiugerof
of the team team and Mr Charles King cap captain captain captaut
tain cf the team teamThe teADIThe teamThe
The jwstor whose absence from the city cityat cityat cityat
at the time of the winning of the pennant pennnnlmade pennantmade pennantmade
made him tumble then to give his congrat congratulations congriltulatJons congratulaijons ¬
ulations took title occasion to speak ol olhis of ofhis ofhis
his deep interest in the team and Ills joy jojat joyat joyat
at its success successThe SUCCMSThe sueceesThe
The benencial results of this thl department departmentof
of athletic lit the Sunday Sun R school became becamein becameIII
in part an inspiration In plration for the proposition propositionto
to plan for a gymnasium to be built at atsome atIJOIDe atsome
some future time in connection with the thechurch theeburch thechurch
church Mr C N Woodward started this thisproject thispr thisproject
pr project Jeet off by a gift of the first dollar and andothers andotbers
others 1 responded until an initial 6 26 i was wasraised wuraJaecl wasraised
raised raJaeclBig
Big Football F Games to toBe toBe toBe
Be Played in the East EastSATUUDAY EastSATURDAY EastSATIJItDAY
SATURDAY XOVHMRER 17 17Yato UYale iTV1
Yale V1 T tw > IriHMtoa I at Princeton PHacetenH PrtltC PrincetonRerisel ton tonJIanMII
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THURSDAY Y XOVB1IBBP NOYIDI BC 23 23Ieaasjliaak J J J1esarha
Ieaasjliaak 1 1esarha ra tS Coranl Ce at Ikttadti IkttadtiSATURDAY lWladliSATURDlY LhlLidsiSJITrUDAY
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SATURDAY DBCBJIDKR L LAaMpoti LA 1 1AmaM
AaMpoti A m vs Welt P PeNt tat at ihUadci ihUadciphta lltlladelGIANTS lbSadMGIANTS
phta
GIANTS VS ATHLETICS ATHLETICSSpring ATHLETICSI ATHLETICSSpring
I Spring Scries Being Arranged ArranJcclto to B BPlayed De DeI BeFlayed <
Played in 3fovr CT Orleans OrleansNew OrlcnnlNew OrleansNew
I New Orleans La Nov No 12 lCOfDle lCOfDleI ItConnIeblack Connii ConniiMack
I Mack IJ k manager of the Philadelphia PhiladelphiaAthletics l PhiladelphiaAtIIIPtIeS > hllaaelphlaI
I Athletics spent yesterday ye tndar in New Nci trn Or Orleans Ori Orleans ¬
i leans lean and while here he partially ar arranged AT1IUIPd arranged
ranged for a aeries of live games to b bplayed be beI beplayed <
played te this city next nex spring between betweentbe betweeithe betweenthe
I the Athletics Ath tlcs and the New York Giants GiantsIf Gl GiantsIf nta ntaIf
If Macks Mack plan Is carried through thi thiseries the thene theseries
series will begin March arch 5 5Macks iI 54aek
I Macks 4aek purpose e in making a persona personavisit personal peraonalTi personalvisit
visit Ti to New Orleans hi said to have hft va bee beeto been beento beento
to ask the New Orleans Club to lift it itboycott Its Itsboycotl Itsboycott
boycott from the National League in gen genoral g gencml n neral
oral and from the New York Giants G ftts h hparticular m mI hiparticular
I particular just krofc 101 enoucQ for the series seriejto ertesto seriesto
to be played The Southern League club clubformed clubsformed
I formed a boycott against Ist the National Nationawhen Nationalwhen atfonal atfonalwhPn
when PolMam tried to keep this assocla assoclalion usoclatioa aseoclaticit
lion out of lass C1 A and Southern tewii tewiihave 18W18lave lawashave
have been very ier el bitter bltt i toward the OMaafc OMaafcsince Gtaatastftt Ginassince
since stftt they are said to t have natateil painted lMftJI lMftJIphis Met Metphis Main Mainphis
phis and Birmingham Btrm 1m 1mHIGH green greenHIGH greenHIGH
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FOOTBALLTVerr
TVerr XC eW Dates Set for Remaining Cham Championship ChnmpionKJlil1 Chiampi ¬
pionship pi ° ns1iht Games GamesThe GnmcThe GamesThe
The faculty athletic advisers advt eMl of the theWashmgton tboWuhbattoa theWashington
Washington High School last night de decided dt dteidecI dbekied ¬
cided upon the dates da for playing the re remaining re remah reinnInlng ¬
maining mah ag games of football for the th inter interhigh Interlrigb Interhigh
high school championship The Central CentralTechnical CentralTechnical 1 1Technical
Technical game which was indefinitely indefinitelypostponed IndefinitelypoBtponed indefinitelypostponed
postponed three th weeks ago on account of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the MacDonald eligibility case case will be beplayed beplaJed beplayed
played next Tuesday afternoon Novem November NovemIUMl Novemher ¬
her 2ft and the Central CentralWestern Western game gamewhich samewklch gamewhich
which was to hrve b ve been played pla ed next Fri Friday Friday Fr Frday ¬
day has been set for Tuesday f November Novemberi
87 7 Just one week k from the CentralTech CentralTechcontest CootraITeohcontest CentralTechcontest
contestTechnical contestTechnical contest contestTechnical
Technical easily Iy won the first game of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the series or three from roJft Western r estern and an as asCentral IIBC asCentral
Central C ntral figures stronger st r than Western Westernthe Westernthe Westernthe
the greater of the two coming games Is Isthe isthe jgthe
the CentralTechnical l affair affairJack artalrJack altairJack
Jack Gass of Lehigh and Herman HermanSuter HermanSuter HermanSuter
Suter of Princeton will be the officials officialsand officIalsand officialsand
and It is probable that two umpires will willbe willbe willbe
be used so that every infraction of the therules therules therules
rules may be detected for the rivalry rivalrysince rhalr rhalrnee rivalrysince
since nee the MacDonald case was settled is isso 15so isso
so intense e that some rough work may ma be beindulged beIndulged beIndulged
indulged in In The halves in each game will willbe w1l1be willbe
be twentyfive minutes minut and both games gameswill gameswill
will 111 be played at National Park at 3 3oclock 3oclock 3oclock
oclock oclockBALTIMORE oclockBALTIMORE oclockBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE WANTS SIGHT SIGHTEcho FIGHTEcho TIGHTEcho
Echo Club Offer 7O 0 Per Cent of Gross GrossReceipts GrollR GrossReceipts
Receipts R < cclpt to JIcGovern and Corbett CorliettNew CorbettNew CorbettNew
New York Nov 11 l iWhen When Terry Mc McGovern McGtvern Ic IcGtvern
Gtvern and Young Corbett or their rep representatives rep repr reprenentatives ¬
resentatives r ntatlves get together at the Hotel HotelMetropole HotelMetropoe HotelMetropole
Metropole at 3 oclock next Thursday af afternoon aftcmoon afttrnoon ¬
ternoon to arrange the weights eights for their theircoming theIrcomlng theircoming
coming battle and receive bids for the thefight theft5l1t thefight
fight they th will have he ve before them a prom promising prom16mg promicing ¬
icing offer from the Sciio eho Athletic Club CluboC Clubof
oC Baltimore President Charles J Weiss Weissof Weissof Velssor
of the Echo Club will offer the old rivals rivalsfor rlvnlCor rivalsfor
for fistic fi tlc honors honOrs 70 71 per cent of the grogs grogsreceipts grOIJSreceipts grossreceipts
receipts which he says 5 S will net the thefighters thefighters thefighters
fighters something like 16000 16000PEINCETON 16000PRmCETON 16000PRINCETON
PRINCETON BASEBALL WORK WOEKTigers WORKTlcrs WORKTigers
Tigers Under McGlnnity JlcGhmIt > Engaging EngalingIn Engagingin
in Fall Practice PracticePrinceton lrncticePrinceton PracticePrinceton
Princeton Nov If 12McGlnnlty McGinnity of the theGiants theGtnts thoGiants
Giants who has been engaged to to coach coachthe coachthe coachthe
the Orange and Black nine through Its Itsfall Itsfall itsfail
fall practice has taken advantage of the themlkl thomHd theallI
mlkl weather to send his men through a asnappy nsnappy asnappy
snappy practice The Th < squad has put up upfaat upfiat upfast
fiat exhibitions of ball playing playingThe pJaYlngThe playingThe
The work of Bob Vaughan a star stnrfrom stnrfromlallt from fromlast fromInst
last year was especially good McGin McGinnity McGinnity McGinnity ¬
nity has been paying special attention to tothe totlte tothe
the development of pitchers for the team teamnext teamnext teamnext
next spring So far he has been con concentrating conutrAt1ng cexicastrating ¬
castrating < upon Walker Wa ker Carey Dewes Dewesand Dewesand Dewesand
and Jones the speedy twirler from the thefreshman thefreshman thefreshnan
freshman team of last year but as the thepractice thepractice thepractice
practice progresses he expects to try tr3 out outall outaU outall
all men of any ability in this line in the theuniversity theUnlVerstty theuniversity
university UnlVerstty including several men of great greatpromise greatpromise greatpromise
promise in the present freshman class classShcuandoali classShcunndoah classShenandoah
Shenandoah Bent llandolphOIacon llandolphOIaconSuttkd Uanlolpl1UnconSpeeMl l1andolp1iMconSedel
Suttkd to Tin Washtetfon Waei ngton Herald HeraldWinchester HeraldWinchester HotaidWinchester
Winchester Va Nov 12 12Shcnandoal1 12Shcnandoal1VUe 12hcnandoaljValley Shenandoali ShenandoaliValley
VUe Valley Academy Acadcm of this city downed the thefootball thefootball thefootball
football team team earn of RandolphMacon Acad Academy Academ Academy ¬
emy em Of Front Royal Va on the Fair FairGround FillrGround FairGround
Ground Field today by bj b the score of C Cto G Gto cto
to 6 6Y OY
Y 1 31 it C A Jrs va tI Fcndnll Cadets CadctaProf CadetsI CadetsPro CadetsProf
I
Prof Pro Ctese of f the T 1 MC 11 C Avmatch Avmatched Arnatch Arnatched
ed the twelveyearold tw leRroJd team of tho Y M MC MC MC
C A to meat the Fendall Cadets Ca ets In Inbasketball a abasketball abasketball
basketball game to be played pl d in the tho Boys BoysDapartment Boyspttrtment BoysDepartment
Department pttrtment Saturday nlght Mr Ir Lack LackJaafl LackaR Lackland
land aR of th the Certmi Hleh m h School will b breferee brccree be bereferee <
referee
IROSEBEN ROSEBE WINS I AGAINGreat AGAIN AAII1Gicat
Great Sprinter Carries Cflrrics 146 146Pounds 146Pounds i4 i4Pouiids
Pounds Seven Fiirlongs FiirlongsTOWHOPED FitrlongsTOWROPED Fir1ongsTOWROPED
TOWROPED HIS FIELD HOME HOMEThe HO HOTh HONE HONEI HONEThe f
The Th < Talent Did Nat Like Ll1 e RoHclieni RoHclieniChances ROHCbcuChances RosebelisChances
Chances Inasmuch Ina much as He Was Vall to toCarr toCarry < o oCarry
Carry Carr a n Heavy Hcn Import a Furlong FurlongFarther FurlongFnrtllcr FurlongFurther
Farther Than Usual UsuuIIIls His Last Race Ilaceof Itnccof Raceof
of the Scanon ScnllonOtber Other WinnerNew Winner WinnersNew VJunerNew
New York Nov No l uOver ± Over a mutld3track muddy muddytrack muddytrack
track Roseben Roeeb m the champion sprinter sprinterwon sprtnterwon sprhttrWon
won We last race of the season today at atAqueduct atAriuodooct t tAqueduct
Aqueduct Strange to say the smart peo people people peepie ¬
ple did not fancy fan y his chances at t all 11 but butmado butmado butmade
mado Hot Toddy a warm arm favorite lavorlteat at 0 0to 11to t tto
to I while the tb big fellow went up to to4 to4to 4 4to 41
to 1 in some of the book bookWith booJai booJaiWith booksWith
With 146 pounds on his back Rsttbeit Rsttbeitdid ROiIKbendid ROaObOfldid
did not get g t away any an too well when the thebarrier tbebarrier thebarrier
barrier was released but Shaw Shawworke soon soonworked SOOSiworked
worked 1 his hi way to the U front with wiL him htmand himand himand
and then taking the extreme owtslde of ofthe orthe ofthe
the track where the going was compara comparatively comparatively cemparatively ¬
tively dry Roseben slmnlyrlowroned the theothers Uleothers theothers
others winning in easy style by b two twolengths twolengths twolengths
lengths In 127 25 Oxford IS to 6 Miller Millerup MilleruP Millerup
up was second with Ormondes Right RlglJtto 7 7to 7to
to 1 three lengths away Hot Toddy TOdd nev never never soyer ¬
er showed in a prominent prominent position pOIdlf n and andwas udwas andwas
was badly beaten beatenPrince beatenPrince hastenPrince
Prince Frederick 12 1 to 1 1 made all the thepace tlMpace thepace
pace in the first race for three year olds oldssix oIGCItx oldalx
six tx and onehalt furlongs and won in a aromp aromp aromp
romp by five lengths in 13 1 Three fits favorites fn fnorlt fitsorites ¬
orites orlt won and the talent Owed compara comparatively CO IpttraUveiy comparativehy ¬
tively well Summaries SummariesFIRST SummartaFIRST SummariesFIRST
FIRST IlACBSrtUac ItCB for r tarey tbreyeechL JeM r M Six Sixand SixaD41 SIzaa4
and oaokaU farimcx l Iaee ritK PMSiftefc FredeS Ml Pin Planii
12 to 1 WM Society Bud tt Miter x 12 to 1 1seeead 1M08II Ireseed
seeead Klrefcraad 1 U Honwr 11 htora 10 to 1 1 thirdTtsHt third tIdnLTIme thIrdTha
TtsHt TIme Tha 14 1tS SUTCT weaate lie tin IflaoalaT IflaoalaTBin I Iaa Iisd IisdEdna
Bin Edna aa Ja JHbIta kMa MInIM sat a Oar Mtaatrtag Masaerh > also nit nitSBCOXD raRSBCOXD raeSECOND
SBCOXD UACB3aW RACE11 B StMateriMM for far18U1IdL tatw tatwT Uses Usesysarelik
18U1IdL T rri > i About bro aiMja sells LoeW Ix > chc l 0 ot t tIafcner az azPaJmer in inlaimer
Iafcner wen efl8 worn Paprika 138 1 HapiM U IS 3 to L LMco LMCIIIIIII I Immd
Mco MCIIIIIII d Daknw 137 S Mclacrar leI I to 5 1 tWnl tWnlTtae tWnITbM tbldThee
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THIItD RACEBdltog RCE hq tar tn teId teIdawl Mr ai Silks ftlnnand Silksand
and eMtofl Flw Ph fnriowsa Raektob htodsw a 15 90 J JHeiuMecr Jn I IIlonasey
HeiuMecr n 10 to 1 won PV FIre Opal 0 M ti Inns HnnMW JkInPI Innsii
W to 1 1 M MtOIId oad Ilatid 9G roo MlUer tn eftIIo ens tbMTiBM third tbinLlau thirdFlar
TiBM 1M I m 24 ftfroa nttolf My lies JUaarilrU Max Maxwen Mswif Iu Ium1
m1 wif wen linear f < VM I Inns OM Sb bftadde We Jaciata Ha HaItimmntu PI PIn Pluck PluckhI
n Itimmntu Sprtnf 1sii Bwtty BtaatrlrOmm and Caet ate ran raarOUirri ranIrOCIOTIt
rOUirri HACK Tae anew llaaMnp 11 lor aQ aQt aUaIM aSaea
aIM t wen ac forlonst turon Rosebeo Mf 1 Shaw 4 to towon tow towon
w won Oxford V Iii lii Miller 11 to i Mooaft Or Ortnaiid OrJMIItdec Ormsede
tnaiid JMIItdec Hhrat m 1 Natter tter 7 to I third TIMe TiBKIX TIMeIS Theelz
IX 34 4 Hot Toddy Md lisa t Ru BaaJlIPTU aao o nm nmKIPT1I isirrii
KIPT1I irrii JCAC ICACISeUej HACKSe c for toroe tktw thrseysrsl awoMi sad aadniHMMiU sadupesnia
niHMMiU Oae Os Briic IIe HIt aa eighth Mary 1IArJfGrriI 1IArJfGrriIII Monte
91 Cease ev ee a woo A Mmkoday 11 IN Hartr Hartrt 11 > It 5t
t 1 MOM second Bowlan 5oish Dfioat MS MeDMrid MeDs > 41 41to 41to Sito
to 1 1 taM TaM IJt I Se IaJctt IHage ike and 11 Vote Votediqr Y YaM Veindej
diqr ales nw nwSIXTH JUSIXTH anSIXTh
SIXTH KVCR HoadfaMp n for or tiM t ta twareareMs > jwr Ut Sin 3tcaw Sinaa
aw a atwaatf farkma Mala CBUMX Itt lionwr lionwrH 11
H t to M a Acrobat Mf Xottcr atler I to L 1 MC MCoad assad
sad Moafott 1 W 1 Mfttor I to S S taW That TIIMI T
12 I W 45 DonrOfe and LAnaoar L A also IH IH1UDDIES isai1IDDIES a aMIDDIES
MIDDIES ARE VERY CHEERFUL CHEERFULBelieve CHEERFULBelieve CIIEBRPIILBelieve
Believe They Have an Even Chance Chanceof Ohanoeof Chanceof
of Defeating West Point PointDefense PointDeCcnlle PointDefense
Defense of Sailor Considered Strong StronKEnouKli StronJEnou StrongEnough
Enough Enou 1l to Haiti Soldicm but the theOtTennc tileOfTemte IkeOffense
Offense Xcciln eciIs More Action ActionptNa ActionApeIIII ActionAaapS1ie
ApeIIII ptNa AMU d N r tt ITIIe Ta Navy N toot eotti toothaS ftt fttm
ti haS t m seine oat eC f Its bard bardSwaeitlaises PIlle vme wttb wttbstkH wttbS
S Swaeitlaises SaWnJAr imde altlnlOtllt wttM WithOststMous t tJoae
stkH stMous Joae a injury to aa any of 0 its players plajmvThe pIqreTIle playersThe
The stogie de Injury in I the game was WUtalnecl con contained mmtkiied ¬
tained by Frank SHttghift Jr who to the theIMdl thekId theMiddies
Middies IMdl kId strong l center man SllnglufC bad badMB badhi badhis
MB hi right kae knee badly twitted and while whilebe whtkbe whllbe
be will probably be out of the game for torsome forsome or orsome
some time it ta thot thought bt that Ie ie will be beftvaltabto beavailable
available 1 for the th struggle against aga1 st We West WestPoint feat featPoint t tPoint
Point at Philadelphia on December L LThe LThe 1 1The
The Mlddl Middles Ilddle are naturally encouraged encouragedby
by b their victor victory over the strong 1It19 f Swarth Swarthmue Sxvarthmore SwarthinClO
more aggregation ccnquerws of Untver Untverstty Ulttversty thversity
sty of Penaaylvaitia PeIUNIYlv although they were wereovtpiay were01tl wereontphe3ed
ovtpiay 01tl ontphe3ed d by the vitUora and the fact factthat faetthat factthat
that the the victory was ony 0IaJ7 by the margin marginof
of one point In 1 the lea I less titan three threeweek lbleeeEk threeweeks
week eEk > remaining the conches will work workhard workhanI workhard
hard to lick the team into the best pos possible pos1b peesible ¬
sible s1b shape shapeNet sbapeNot shapeNot
Not much will have to b H done to the theMiddy thelkldy theMiddy
Middy defense That part of their play pteyhas playhas p1arhas
has been strong throughout th t the season seasonbut Mesonbut seasonbut
but the attack will have to be strength strengthened strenbtheDed strengtltcued ¬
cued considerably The Middy backs do donot doibot o oI
not I t seem to get away W1 fast enough m the theplays th thplays theplays
plays and in non noDe of o the games against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the big teams te I this tb season has the team teambeen teambeen teambeen
been able to gain ground consistently consistentlyet
yet et the forward appear strong strongOne stIVn stIVnOne strungOne
One of f the chief results of saturdays Satnrdayscontest saturdayscontest Saturdayseontet
contest was the oldtime form displayed displayedby dlsplaooby
by Douglas the he fast half back who play played played played ¬
ed throughout his first game of the sea season seaS season ¬
son S n He carried the ball pretty well but buthte buthlil buthis
his defense dc D work was especially good goodDougla goo gooDougla goodDouglas
Dougla is sure of one of the half bal back backpositions bactpositions backpositions
positions With the return of Capt Spen Spentcer Spencer Spencci
cer who Is recovering from an injury injurythe Injurytilt InjurytIm
the tIm Navy will have a a heavy be vy had nd fast pair pairof pairof pairof
of backs backsIngram backsIngram backsIngram
Ingram who has been playing half halfwill halfwill
will 111 probably be mad made a fixture at full fullThese fullThese fullThese
These three will compose one of the thestrongest thestrongest thestrongest
strongest back Holds that ever represent represented ¬
ed a Navy eleven elevenUndoubtdly elevent elevenrndoubtdly
Undoubtdly t Norton a spirited player playerwill playerwill playerwill
will hold his Place at quarter and Dague Dagueand Dagueand Dagueand
and Richardson will 111 probably be the ends endsPlorsol end5PIersol endsPlersol
Plorsol the veteran tackle tackl4 and Myers a anew Iinew anew
new man at guard both of whom are on onthe onthe onthe
the Injured fnjuredUst list are fairly sure of their theirpositions tholrpositions theirpositions
positions Magruder Northcroft and andSimpson andSimpson andSimpson
Simpson are fighting for the other tackle tacklepositions tncklepositions tacklepositions
positions and Wright and Shafroth are arcrunning areitinning
running a close race for the other guard guardwith guardwith guardwith
with the chances probably In favor of ofWright orVrJght ofWright
Wright Slingluft it Is expected e pected will be bethe bethe bethe
the mainstay at center centerThe centerThe centerThe
The Middies have two more preliminary preliminarygames preUmlnalgames preliminarygames
games On Saturday they the will meet the theUniversity thoUnlve theUniversity
University Unlve lty of North Carolina and the fol following following Cotlowing ¬
lowing Saturday Virginia Polytechnic In Institute Institute Institute ¬
stitute stituteRear stituteRear stituteRear
Rear Admiral Sands superintendent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Naval Academy AC8dem r went to Washington Washingtontoday Washingtontoday V8lhlngtontoday
today to make arrangements for convey conveying comeYIng conveying ¬
ing the student body of midshipmen to toPhiladelphia toPhiJadelphlo toPhiliadeiphia
Philadelphia December 10 the occasion occasionof
of the ArmyNavy football game gameHeretofore gameHeretofor gameHeretofore
Heretofore the Baltimore and nd Ohio OhioRailroad OhioRallroad OhioRailroad
Railroad Company Com ny has furnished free freetransportation freetransportUon freetransportation
transportation to the middles Under the thenew thenew thenew
new railway rate bill this will not be al allowed alloved a atowed ¬
lowed
PennsyMiclilgnn Game GameThe GameThe GameThe
The PennsylvaniaMichigan game next nextSaturday nc nextSaturday t tSnturday
Saturday ait it Philadelphia will be attend attended attended ¬
I ed by a party of Washingtonians includ including IncludIng includIng ¬
ing Alumni of both Universities Others Otherswishing OtherswIshing Otherswishing
wishing to join the party at a rate of
408 for the round trip leaving leQ ing Washing Washington Washington Vashlngton ¬
ton at 9 oclock ocloekSaturday Saturday morning please pleasenotify pleasenotlf pleasenotify
notify notlf J J H Russell University Club an ansoon ansoon ansoon
soon as possible possibleBight P9sslbleEight possibleEight
Eight Clubs Clab for Virginia LcncncSpeeicl League IJengacS LeagueSpeczi
Speeicl S ci1 to The Washington Wae lllgAR1 Herald HeraldNewport HEDIdPort UccaldNwport
Newport Port News N ws Va Nov NovJ2It 12 12It It has hasbeen hasbe hasbeeh
been be n practically decided that the Virginia VirginiaLeague Vhgfnle VhgfnleLeague VirginiaLeague
League Circuit next year will comprise comprJaeeight comprieeeIght compriseeight
eight cities Newport News and Peters Petersburg P Pstersburg r rburg ¬
burg being added to the present circuit circuitof circuitof
of Norfolk Portsmouth Richmond Rf l1mo d Dan Danville Dan1Ue Danyule ¬
yule 1Ue Lynohborg ami a anitiuke bv lssoke oke
MCAENEY ENTERS DENIAL DENIAIsrannprcr DENIAL3fnnnser DEIWtLManriger
srannprcr of ulaJ Unk Russell Says ny Xo Xo3fatch XoUnteh NoMatch
Match Wan I1M Made with McGnrry McGnrrySperling MeGarrySporting lcGarr lcGarrSportfu
Sporting Editor SdutorWashinittgn Wubl Yatotairton lttcm HraU HraUKindly nenlwIInc11y I1isMlUridly
Kindly do me th the favor to contradirt contradirtthe eontradlctlhit eontradietthe
the report sent out ut from Baltimore that thatUnk Utattnk thatLnk
Unk Russell pulled out ttt of his match with withAmby withb withmby
Amby mby b McGarry of New York supposed supposedio supposedto
io to be scheduled to take tAk place in Bait Baltlv BIJtiItDre Baitore
ItDre v ore rd on November If The match Jll tell was wasSever wansever I
Sever sever made but would have been closed closedbad dOMdbua closedhad
bad Mr Herford treated Russell halt hattright haltr1aht halfrlhi
r1aht right in his lent boA bo thor It was 85 for forthe forthe forthe
the shabby treatment accorded Russell Russellin RUllSollIn RussellIn
in his bout with Kid Sullivan whom he heknocked heknooked heknocked
knocked out on November 3 before Mr MrHerford AirHerfords MrHerfords
Herfords club that I called off all 11 nego negothsUons ne net1lUoJts negothtions
thsUons for the MeGan match The TSierpunds Therpunda Therpunds
rpunds in the SulllvaaRtmen match werecut were wereaiL Sworecut
cut short every time Russell had Sullivan SullivanIn
In dtetreaB dlB distjees etI8 some of 0 the rounds going only onlytwo onlytwo onlytwo
two minutes mlnut and this in the face of my myprotest myprolesta myprotests
protest Russell worked on the house bousein houlein houseIn
in the match with i11t Sullivan and when we wecounted wecounfed wecounted
counted up there ther were IK 1 complimentary complimentarytickets complimentary1IcJeeti comPlimentarYtickets
tickets and a goodly portion oC them rep represeftted repreH represeiited
reseftted reH ted the I and i S kind I wanted wantedHerford wastedHcrford ted tedBuford
Herford to make k good the t amount aJft due dueRussell dueR1I88l11 dueRussell
Russell en account of the number of ofcomplimeularies ofcompUulArlN ofcontpibneutariea
complimeularies in excess of the number numbercalled aumbicalled numbereahied
called for in the articles of agreement agreementand agreementarod agreementand
and he refused He will not meet Mc McGarry McGarry McGnrry ¬
Garry at Baltimore except on a guaraa guaraatt guaraaUe guaTSi1Us
Ue tt I wired Herford the amount amCJUlft I want wanted wan waaPd wanId ¬
ed and as it was a little high lie claims claimsRussell clailll8cok claimsRuanell
Russell has cold feet RnsBeH tue will box boxMcGarry boxMc boxMcparry
McGarry Mc aITY any 117 time and any number of ofroonda ofrouna ofrounds
rounds W V T L L McCARNBY McCARNBYManager licCAR licCARlIan McCATtNgYManager
Manager lIan ger for link RusselL RosselLPhiladelphia RJLPhUaaelpbta RusselLPlaSnElelpida
Philadelphia Pa Nov ov 12 12Local 12Local 12Local
Local Football SchedulesGeorKeiotvn Schedules SchedulcsGeorgetown SchedulesGeorgetown
Georgetown GeorKeiotvnStMMtar Georgetowner Georgetownrosibsr
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George Washington WashingtonXowmkcr Washingtonlenndjer asblngtone
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high School Le Lcuguc LcugucterIma gne gneriaui
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N yenshe t mbcr e S WatftD wnt Xtm ra ja CtntxaL CtntxaLTKAHTER CIDUaLTRAI1ffiR CentzelTRAINER
TRAINER OBRIEN DEAD DEADHnndlcd DEADHnndlccI DEADHandled
Handled Sonic of tlii t1s Greatest Pcr Pcrforinerji Pcrformers Perforniers
formers on in the Turf TnrfLexington TurtL TurfLexington
Lexington L dngton Ky Nov No 12 1 ItDan Dan OBrien OBrienone OBrienOM OBrienone
one of th the most m t noted trainers traJ er of thoroughbred thor thoiougbltred thoreughhied ¬
oughbred hones in this country died det at athis athili athis
his home in ii this city teat night after a alingerlnc al alingering
lingering l erIDc Iltoes IltoesOlirien 1IaneOlln IlbiessO9rieu
Olirien Olln retired from the turf last spring soringbecause priItgbe springbecause
because be u e of f falling ftllla health IB 1 his career careeron eueelon careeron
on the turf ha handled same of the moat moatfamous JIIOIItfaIftoas mostfamous
famous performers known te the turf turfworld bidWOrld turfworld
world He broke and trained Savable Sa ble as asa asa asa
a y yearling arUng and for many years handled handledthe handlethe handledthe
the youngsters of John Drake and Henry HenryZtogter HenryZ1ogIer ry ryOBrien
Ztogter OBrien also Introduced Enoch EnochWlshard EnochWiahanl EnochWiabard
Wlshard now a famous trainer to the theturf theturf theturf
turf He He acted as stable boy for OBrien OBrienyears OBrIenyea OBrienyears
years yea ago agoOBrien COOB 250OBrien
OBrien OB gained much unenviable Ie neW notoriety JIOtooriety neWriety
riety and lost his standini on the turf turfhi turf1ft turfho
hi October JIll when he moved the thethreeeighths thetbreedghtba thethreeeighths
threeeighths pete at the Kwtncky Asso Associations AMocWlon AmscIkms ¬
ciations track and attempted att pt to sell a ayearllna ayeulJnK ayearling
yearling coil to C F Hill acting for forC tOtc forC
C c H Mackay on the ground that the theyeorttng theyMlttn theyearling
yearling bad worked m remariable time timeThe timeTM timeThe
The fraud was 8 discovered before Hfll paid paidthe paidthi paidtilo
the money y cyRrten confessed confessedGLOOM teIIleMeCLGLOOM confessedGLOOM
GLOOM AT ANN ARBOR AEBOEnilchisnii ARBORJHelllnl1 ARBOR3hleliigan
nilchisnii IOKCK Capt Curtis and andOther andOtbcr andOther
Other Stars Are Injured InjarcdAnn InjuredADn InjuredAnn
Ann Arbor Mich NOT OY 1Z lGIoom itGloomthick doom doomthick
thick and black has settled wttl over the Uni University Lmvendty lnlroyalty ¬
royalty of olMJcbbau Michigan and everybody aloud shudders aloudders ¬
ders when the game with Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniate PJmShaIda PJmShaIdameatloDed
te mentioned or even thought of The un unfortunate UDfortunate tinfortunate ¬
fortunate injury l to Captain Joe Curtis Curtisby Curt Curtisby
by which his te leg was broken brok twice Ice and andthe andUte andthe
the great player removed permanently permanentlyfrom JHrmaMntlrotn permanentlyCiem
from rotn the game coupled with the Injuries Injuriesthe htjurieatbe Injuriesthe
the other men n have received has sad sadthe snddeIted saddened
deIted the whole squad Then on top of ofhis oftbls ofthis
this his camp CJR the nrws from PhltadeipAia PhltadeipAiathat P PhII4C1pIIthat a4lelpiaia a4lelpiaiathat
that the Pennsylvania eleven had sudden suddenly ¬
ly 33 found itself and was beginning beclan1 to play playtike pia piaHke playlike
tike a whirlwind whirlwindTo
To many the hard luck stories which whichhave whichMve whichhave
have been sent out from Ann Arbor about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the lack of material and the injuries to tothe tothe tothe
the men may have seemed llk like wolf wolftales wolftales wolftIes
tales but to those who are on the theground tbeground theground
ground and follow roU the dope closely and andhave aaclbave andhave
have an opportunity to watch 1ttch the work workthe workthe workthe
the dispatches are gospel gospelASMY gospelARMY gospelARMY
ARMY TO DSC DROP PRINCETON PEINCETONWest
West Pointer Point < rJlJ Claim Player Were WereInjured cre creInjured creInjurecl
Injured Unnecessarily UnnecessarilyNew lnl1eCC8I1nrUNew
New York Nov No 12 12Tho The rough roughwhich play playwhich playwhich
which caused the dfequalteation of two twomen twomen twomen
men in the West W t PointPrinceton game gameon gameon gameon
on Saturday is apt to be attended with withserious WIthserious withserious
serious consequences It can be stated statedon sttedon statedon
on good authority that the game will be bethe bei bethe
i the last played by the two teams The TheWept TheW TheWezl
W Wept Point men felt keenly the fact that thatthree tbatthr thatthree
thr three of their best men were put out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the game promptly by b injuries sustained sustainedas
as they believe lteve unnecessarily unnecessarilyThe
The game was in distinct contrast to tothe tothe tothe
the games with Yale and Harvard which whichwere wblcliwere whIc2were
were marked by a cordial spirit of friend friendly frJo friendly d d1y ¬
ly rivalry It was not felt that Princeton Princetonlived PrthCetonlI Princetonlived
lI lived ed up to tho spirit of the new rules or orto orto orto
to the code that has governed all contests contestsat contestsat contestsat
at West Point It Is probable that the theplace theplnce theplace
place made vacant on West Points Pointsschedule Points5chedule Pointsschedule
schedule will ill be occupied by Cornell in inthe inthe inthe
the future futurePEESIDENT futurePRESIDENT iuturPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT ELIOT PLEASED PLEASEDHarvard PLEASEDHnrnrtl PLEASEDHarvard
Harvard Executive Considers Con ldertl Foot Football Footlmn Football ¬
ball Conditions Much Improved ImprovedCambridge ImproTedCambridge ImprovedCambridge
Cambridge Mass I8Ss Nov 12 12Presldent 12PresldentCbarl itPresIdentCharles President PresidentCharles
Cbarl Charles s W Eliot of Harvard is a con convert convert eonvert ¬
vert to the new game of football which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he saw played for the first time Saturday Saturdayin S turday turdayin
in the IndianHarvard game He said to today toda today ¬
da day
dayI
I < was greatly pleased with tho game gameIn gameIn gameIn
In my opinion it is a much better game gamethan gamethan gamethan
than last year I look however to see seefurther seefurther seefurther
further improvement made rond by further furtherlegislation furthorleglsl furtherlegislation
leglsl legislation tlon along the lines followed this thisyear this3ocnr thisyear
year
Americans at Olympic Game GameNew GnmeNNe GamesNew
New Ne York Nov 12 12on On acount acount of the therequest therequest therequest
request of the Greek committee In charge chargeof chargeor chargeof
of the OlympIa games of 1S1 191e 191G James Ja JaSullivan E ESullivan ESullhan
Sullivan American commissioner to the
1996 games today announced that a com commission commlsion oemmission ¬
mission will be named to continue as asAmerican asAmerican asAmerican
American representatives of the Greek Greekgovernment Gr Greekgovernment k kgoernment
government for the l 110 0 contests The Thecommission Thecommlselon Thecommission
commission will cooperate with different differentgoverning dlfC6lontgoverning differentgoverning
governing bodies bo le in the United Unlt Unitd d States Stnt = to toformulate toonnulnte toformulate
formulate a code of rules for future inter international International international ¬
national competitions competitionsCol competitionsCoL
Col William Jay Jny Injured InjuredNew InjuredNew InjuredNew
New York Nov No 12 13Vhl1e While cross coun counry country cottatry
try ry riding near White Plains Cot Cot11am WI1 WI1Inm wu wuHam
Ham Jay the well known lawyer laWrerand laWrerandwhip and andhlp andwhip
whip hlp nearly lost his life when his horse horsetumbled hOnestumbled horsestumbled
stumbled and rolled on him A rib and andwo andtwo andtwo
two wo collar bones were broken brokenHerald brokcmHerald brokenHerald
Herald Want Ads Adsvill Adswill
will vill be received at S Kann KannSons Sons Cos CosInformation CosInformation CosInfortuation
1 Information Bureau nnd nndpromptly promptly for forvrarded forwarded or orwarded
warded to the main office office
I
BAN BA B JOHNSON HERE HERElllelican HEREAitierican
American League President PresidentConfers PresidentConfers PresideiitConfers
Confers with Board BoardSAYSOANTIHON BoardSAYSOANTILLON BoardSAYSOANTILLON
SAYSOANTILLON IS AGOOD MAN HA2JNew MAlTXev I ISew
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New Manager 3Ia n1er of Xntlonnls HIclilv HIclilvIlcKardcil IIIJblyllcJnrtlell hutlilyRegarded
Regarded by J 3Ir 31 Jolinon JolanlConStnbI Jolt neonStahl neonStahl3Iay Stahl Stahl3Iay
I
3Iay JIit Join Annon non in Establishing EMtnbllKliIiiRan
an Independent Club In Chicago ClilcnBOTraining CIilcnoTrtlinlng ChicagoTraining
Training Plaus IJJ u of oftbe the Nationals NationalsBan Xntlonn18t Xntlonn18BaJt ntionaist ntionaisBaio
t
Ban B Johnson Joon president pre ldent of the Amer American Amern Amerleftn ¬
ican n League Lpedropped dropped into Washington Washingtonlast WuhlngtonJut Washingtonlast
last night and spent the evening with withthe withthe withthe
the board ba rd of strategy of the Washington Washingtonclub WashingtonclubPrMfdent WashingtonclubPresident
clubPrMfdent club President Noyce Secretary Minor illnorand Minorand nnor nnornd
and nd Treasurer Rapley RapleyThere RapierThere RapleyThere
There t Ie no significance b ftcnnco in I Mr Joan Joiirsans Joansons
sons visit here He had been to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York York where he conferred with wit th the own owners OW1Iera ownera ¬
era of the Boston Club and and te on his way wayto wa wato
to 0 Cincinnati where be a meeting moeUft of the na national mttlonal rattional ¬
tional commission will be held on Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day dayI
dayMr
I Mr Ir Johnson had no hot baseball nws nwste sews sewsto ws wsI
to take the eMU out of winters first firsteokl firstcold nt nteokl
I eokl snap bat spoke with 1th much satisfac satisfaction saUtacUon satisfactWa ¬
tion of the tb general condition of the Amer American Aner Anerfeaa Anericait ¬
ican League Lea and of the great success of ofthe efthe ofthe
the past st season HASOR widen he said was wasgreater W8SgUr wasgreater
greater than in 18 195the the banner year up upto fl1to P Pto
to that time timeWashington tIeVAsI timeWashington
VAsI Washington n secured see red a very v ry good man manlor JNl manfor n
for Manager JJIIPI te Joe CaatiUoa said Mr MrJohnson MrJohns MrJohnson
Johnson n The T The fans hare will dhd him himost himuat
Jt ost the right fOrt ort of a a peraon to baUd btrflda
a Waning team He has had wide ex experience cxperience ¬
perience perle ce in the game as player umpire umptruaad umpirenail
nail manager and d he may be depended dependednpon dependedapon dependedupon
upon to develop a a eat et of r men who win winbring willbring
bring the Nationals up the Hoe in one oneseason o1eI oneiaam
season iaam I dont know what are the plans plansof p1ansat plansof
of the Washington aslrlngten owners ow ers and Manager ManagerCantiiio J terCaAtl ManagerGantiliosi
Cantiiio CaAtl oa but I am sure that the thtkntea gen genttemen gaittlcnie
ttemen at the hood of the club are both bothliberal botilliberal bothUberal
liberal and painstaking and will heartily heartilycooperate lleardl lleardleooprate heartilycooperate
cooperate in any good plan for the Im Improvement HnprevemeAt Sinprovcmeat ¬
provement of the team that Manager Can CantiltoA CanUlloa Cantillott
tiltoA may 1M suggest Mr Cantlllon is 1881m a astern astem
stern dlseinttnarfan d and will get the beat beatwork beetwwk beatwork
work out of his men If he finds a droaa droaain droieIn droacIn
in Ms camp be wfll surely b be driven out outfor out outrOC outtoo
for Cantilion has bs no use for a laggard laggardThe 18 laggardThe gard gardThe
The financial allowing of the Wash Washington Wasblecton Washhigton ¬
ington club has been very gratifying the thelast thPlast theIat
last two seasons which is pleasing plea ng to toboth tobotb toboth
both the stockholders ft ddtoWen and the other mem member members momhers ¬
ber hers of the league With a stronger team teamhere teamhere teamhere
here here 1 predict a a marvelous attendance for forUur forfuture forthe
the future and 1 sincerely hope that th thNationals tbNatJonal the theNIOUII
Nationals of 1807 wilt be so strong StroD that thatthey thAtthey thatthey
they will l be as much of a factor in the therace thiJrace therace
race as any of the other clubs clubsWhen clubsWilen clubsWhen
When asked if he knew of any aR plans plansMr pIDnsYr plansMr
Mr Csatffion had up his sleeve for next nextyear nextyear nextyear
year Mr Johnson said id to I really do not notknow notknc1w notknow
know what Mr Cantlllon con contemplates contemplatesdoing templates ntempltedoing templatesdoing
doing although he told me that later on onbe onbe onbe
be would endeavor to make some trades tradesaad tradesaDd tradesnd
aDd nd purchases of players that would wouldgreatly wouldgreatly wouldgreatly
greatly benefit his team When en the league leaguemeets leaguemeeta leaguemeets
meets In Chicago on December 12 1 I expect expectto
to hear of a t great deal of dickering among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the different dtfferentmaDagers managers and I feel sure surethat surethat surethat
that Mr Cantilion will be Just as clever cleverat cleverat cleyeiat
at swapping wappID players as any of them themFormer themForme themFormer
Former Manager Stahl to likely to wear wearthe warUte wearthe
the uniform of an independent club next nextyear nextPar nextyea
year yea if he plays baseball at all A rumor rumorreached rumor rumorreacMd rumorreached
reached Washington to the effect that thatStahl thatStaht thatStahl
Stahl contemplates Joining Pop Anson Ansonm Anson1ft AnsonSn
m 1ft estabttshhtgr at an independent club in Chi Chicago ChicaGO Chieago ¬
cago next summer Both President John Johneon Jolmson Johnson
son and Tom Hushes HQ heshoaw honed something 1O MtJdng of ofthe ortbe o othe
the plans of Anson and Stahl but neither neitherknew Mft1lerJatew neitherkaew
knew whether there was any R Justification Justificationfor ju dfteadonfer
for the minor minorIt 1IIItOlIt rumorIt
It is said tel the Bcston club is after Jake JakeStahl Jplke JplkeSt JkeStahl
Stahl l to cover ver first base ba and a trade trademay tradema irademay
may ma h be w made de fc > for hint provided Stahl in intends Inwnds Intends ¬
tends to remain rem ln in the American League LeagueIt
It te 1 generally y felt pIt that Stahl does not notcare notcare notcare
care to return to the club as a mere pri private private pcivale ¬
vate after being deposed as manager manageralthough HNUtageralthough manageralthough
although Stahl would be welcomed by all allparties aUparUell allparties
parties concerned in the Washington club clubfor clubfor Iub Iubtor
for it is patent to everybody that hold holdIng holdi holdlag
lag i the trying Job of manager impaired impairedStahls imptdredStAb impairedStahls
Stahls StAb I usefulness useiulnes as a player Anyhow Anyhowit
it i Is net t likely that anything definite definitewill d dettrdtowill rlte rltevIU
will be learned of Stahls future inten intentions IntenUOn intenDons ¬
Dons until Manager Cantilion offers o > rs him hima himcontract
a contract for next year oar It was report reported reported reportad ¬
ed m In New York that a fourcornered deal dealinvolving dealInvohing dealInvolving
involving players of the Boston Phlladel Philadelphia Phlladelpbla Phlladelpun ¬
pun Washington and Detroit clubs may maybe maybe maybe
be pulled off of before many snowflakes snow akes fly flyLong fi fiLong flyLong
Long Tom Hughes is ineligible to toplay toplay toplay
play in organized baseball according to a
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When Hughes played piay with the Lagan LaganSquares LeganSquares LoganSquares
Squares of Chicago this fall he placed placedhimself pl plhlmself placedhimself
himself under the ban as the I Logan LoganSqures LoganSquares ogan oganSquare
Square are considered conskJ as an outlaw outlawteam outlawteam outlawteam
team playing in the Jurisdiction jarlsd Uon of both boththe bot bottbe botithe
the American and National Leagues Mr MrJohnson iIrJOhMOD MrJohnson
Johnson did not say na what Hughes must mustdo mustdo mustdo
do to set himself right with the national nationalcommission na nationalcommission t kma i ieommt8km
commission but It t H f s probable proba that when whenHughes wDDHughes whenHughes
Hughes makes application for reinstate rerestatement retMalement reinstatenatal ¬
ment he will be plastered with a small smallnae amaHthi assailline
line thi as the t national commission docs not notwish notwish notwish
wish to be too bard on the boys who were wereearning wereearning wereearning
earning some pin money 1ROIIf So far a aHughes aHughelJ aHughes
Hughes case with the Washington Wash Club Clubis ctuhIs ClubIs
is concerned the commission ce sfon has nothing nothingto thing thingto
to do with it It Hughes simply mply took French Frenchleave FrehJeave Frenchleave
leave of the club cl b after < being suspended suspendedand su dedand suspendedsnd
and it is up to the board of strategy to todeal t te tdeal
deal e l with him Hughes has ha shown showns a dis disposition disposition riteposition ¬
position to get in right again with the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local crab sad with Mr Canttttons aid aidIt aidIt aidIt
It is I likely that the players pla ers troubles will willbe willbe willbe
be straightened out satisfactorily satisfactorilyManager 8ad8facUN1bIanager satlstactssllyManager
Manager Cantilion expects to take the theWashington th thWa3kmgtoa theWashington
Washington players to Texas t to train trainnext traitnext tratnext
next spring provided satisfactory ar arrangements 1ra aringenoents ¬
rangements ra gemeau can be made as to groeads groeadsin ds dsIn
in the Lone Star State and < games can canbe canbe canbe
be scheduled for the return r of the team teamthrough teamtbrough teamthrough
through the West Of course lOtIIWt the e matter matteris DNLtteris matterIs
is still in its infancy and may ms be dropped droppedbut dntppedbut trappedbut
but MrCantHlon Mr Cantilion thinks a snort stay in inTexas inTe inTexas
Texas Te as where the Joints could Be oiled oiledand oiledand oiledand
and two weeks playing play with minor minorleague minorJeagae minorleague
league dabs would at t the tb Tattonais for fortheir fOTtook fortheir
their long chamatonahicj dIa campaign aJta Texas Texasis Tesais TexasIs
is not a good spot for spring training of ofball orbAU ofbali
ball players pIa ers Experience has taught man managers managers managers ¬
agers that the air te too enervating and andI andthe andthe
I the change from th the Northern ortherJ atmos atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere ¬
phere so severe that no good could come comefrom corn eomrom cornfront
from rom a trip so far SOUth Managers anagers who whoi wh whhave whohave
i have flitted from cue camp to another 8IIOt er in inthe Inthe inthe
the South are of the opinion that the cli climate climate clislate ¬
mate and weather conditions in Georgia Georgiaare Qeerglaare Georgiaare
are best suited to getting players into intocondition intocondition intocondition
condition conditionCharley conditionCharley conditionChathey
Charley Htckmnn of the Nationals Nattokucl NattokuclDr and andDr andDr
Dr Harry White of the champion eh 1R White WhiteSox WhiteSex fhlte fhlteSox
Sox Sox will associate themselvas with others othersin ot othersIn er erin
in establishing a sporting goods store st re in inWashington InWs5 inWashington
Washington Ws5 lngton It is understood that their theirplans theirplans theirplans
plans are edmost matured ed Both players playersare pIayrsare playersare
are immensely knmenselpopular popular in this city and andthe andthe andthe
the enterprise should be successful Mr MrHlckroan lrHickman Mrhickman
Hickman however expects to continue continuehis continuehis continuehis
his studies of dentistry dentlstr and Dr White WhiteI Whitewill
I will w ll continue his practice of the seine semeprofession KJl10proes seineprofession
profession proes on
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