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8 THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY DECEMBER DECEBER19O6 10 1906
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extraordinary values Here are arethe arethe arethe
the latest latestSuits latestSuits latestSuits
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906 F Street StreetBASEBALL StreetBASEBALL StreetBASEBALL
BASEBALL NOTES NOTESA
A New York dreamer has It that Kelley KelleyHuggins Kene KeneHuggins KeileyHugglns
Huggins and nd a twirler are to be traded tradedto tradedto tradedto
to New York for Bresnahan Gilbert and andMcGann andMcGann andMeGanu
McGann McGannMr MeGanuMr McGannMr
Mr Dovey Do asks Boston B titOft fins f fans ns not to ex expect e eJtect oxpect ¬
pect him to Win a pennant tt In bis 1I11flrst 1I11flrstyar hI first firstytar firStytar
ytar The new baseball boss is neadleas neadleasly Mt11II Mt11IIly neepdiees neepdieesly
ly alarmed alarmedSt
St Louis critics are hailing OHIo QlliePickering OlIfePikerlng OHIoPickering
Pickering as the missing mlsstr link between betweenthe betwoent betweenthe
the t he Browns and next years American AmericanLeague AmerleaALeague AmericanLeague
League pennant pennantScrappy pennAntrapp pennantScrappy
Scrappy rapp Jack Ta k Doyle one of the thegreatest tber thereateat
greatest r reateat ate8t nndheadlest and1iead st players who ever everdonr ver verdonrfd verdonred
donr donrfd d a spiked Iked shoe will manage the theBrewers theHrfwerg the1lreweri
Brewers in 1907 1907Christy UO UOChriaty 1907Christy
Christy Mathewaon has returned to New NewYork NewY NewYork
York Y Irk from a hunting trip in Michigan MichiganHe MlchlgaJLHe Michiganlie
He claims to lie s completely restored re t red to toJalth toJaith
1 Jalth tilth and looks loon it itBarney ItBa it itBarny
Barney Ba rnfY Dreyfuss Is said to be a a silent silenttiirtner anentutner clienttrtner
tiirtner utner in the th new arrangement at Bos Boston Bostn Boat ¬
ton t n If that is the case look for some sometransfers sometrrnsfers me metrn1fers
transfers from Pittsburgh PittsburghLou Plttsbur PlttsburL0U PlttsburgLcu <
Lou Criger the great Boston Bo backstop backstopi
i at it his home in Elkhart Ind much muchimproved muchlJprovtd muchiprovcd
improved in health He probably will be bei behIe behie
i hIe le to pLay pI > ball again next summer summerFrank SUlWl1MIFrank summerFrank
Frank Donahue would rather register registerM
M it t this his hntcl In Philadelphia than tb n register registerkicks regj registerIkks tttr tttrkkks
kicks tigainst the umpires for Detroit Detroitntxt Detroitnat Detrcltnxt
nat season Thats why he resigned resignedEven resignedEV resignedEven
Even EV > R Mighty Dajote does not escape escapean
an tfl occasions OC lsi1 11 pinning A Cleveland Clevelandwriter Clevebtndriter Clevelandrtter
writer riter ays a s that the king should take a alittle alittle aI
little I i t t le advice ad < e from hs h players once in a awhile awhile aWhile
whileThe WhileThe while whileThe
The Indianapolis Club la angling a r for forGinrel forGinrel forinrer
Ginrel inrer Jackson on the Cleveland outfield outfielder out eld eldt ¬
t er who is said to M slated for initiation initiationInto lnttMttonInto teltiatlenIltO
Into the > Order of the Tin Can in the thespring thespring thespring
spring springBiseball springBseba1I springB1S4ball
Biseball presidents are giving out bales balesof bAlesor balesof
of interviews pro and con on an earlier earlierrning earlierfning earlieryenlng
< > rning of the ball season Then they theywilt theywill
wilt 11 decide at their meeting to have the theseason thes thesrton
season s a n I is i s long as m In past J years yearsDusty yearsDusty yearsDusty
Dusty Miller the exRed is getting gettinga gettinglot ttln ttlnR
a lot of advertising for his hi Memphis Memphisjag Mempblsjag Memphisjig
jag emporium by exhibiting a photo of ofore orO offle
ore O fle f of the t he worlds championship games gamesthe pateS pateSthe gamesthe
the largest baseball photo ever taken takenThe takenThe takenThe
The nw n w owners of the Boston too National NationalLeague NAtionalLfague NationalIague
League Club are willing to spend some semenumey IIOIDernunfY someIflflPY
numey to strengthen their team but they theyre theyre theyre
re now stumped by b the fact that there thereare tbeleHr therear
are Hr no players to be had Valuable ptey pteyrs pIayHS p1ay4ra
HS rs are all corralled and not easy to topick topick topick
pick up upJohn upJohn upJohn
John I Taylor the owner of the Des Boston noton Deston ¬
ton American League Club knows that thathe thatht thatIR
he > has a hard h rd task ahead of him next nexty Mxtar
y y > ar to yet his team back to tor form < m and andwill AIKIill andII
will ill II be satisfied sa tlsned if the playe players make a ashowing aFhowing ashowing
showing which will get them near the thefirst thefinst theflzst
first division divisionCharley divlionChatltY divisionThathy
Charley Murphy fears a challenge < e from frommint fromClInt fromint
ClInt mint int Bony Bone who received an ofter from fromthe fromT fromthe
the T hE > Cub president prf Sid > nt to t act as valet for forMs fori for1i
Ms 1i i players next season As Murphy lI1Irph will winbe willbe willfae
be the challenged party he non 8 a right righttu r rightIt ht httll
tu It name nam the t Iw weapons which will prob probably probably probably ¬
ably be cream puffs pudsJohn pufflJohn puffsJohn
John T 1 Brush has a wideawake press pressu preafnt pressant
u ant < rent who linded him the job of auc auctioneer auctuJer necfor ¬
tioneer for the th sale of tickets tlek ts for a atheatrical atI atheatrical
theatrical tI fa trical benefit bt > nftt Brushs Bmsh fellowknock fellowknockersdown feilowkJlOCktrsdown fellowknockersdown ¬
ersdown were LIHtan Russell Ru l Marie MarieIVessler MarieDressler MariePressler
IVessler and a nd Irene Bentley and they theydo theydu theycli
do cli say thit with this formidable op opposition opposition oppsitlon ¬
position Brush sold only one i i seat seatThe 888tTilt seatTie
The purchaser was Fred Knowfes KnowfesFrnnk l KnowtesPrank r1es r1esPrnnk
Prank Farrell owner of the New York YorkAmerican YorkAmfrtcan YorkAmerican
American League pague Club will 11 attend the theAmerican theAmtrkan theAinerknn
American Le LI3Ue igue meeting at Chicago Chica this thisweek thiswek thisWek
wek us 11 the representative of his or organization orgtn orginIzatIon ¬
ganization gtn tlon Mr Farrell intimates that thatsome thatsomE thatsome
some deals will be made which will help helpthe htlpthe helpthe
the New York team but gives the Im Impression Imprtsslon hoprss1on ¬
pression that New York is not over anx anxious ADXIolls anxIwis ¬
ious to secure com Collins It Is doubtful doubtfulwhether doubtfulwhfther doubtfulvIvther
whether he h would hitch ltch well with Griffith Griffithand Grifflthand Griffithand
and in addition to that that his leg te none nonetoo nonetuo nonetue
too strong strongIt
It was wa stated ted In Chicago that an ef effort efrt offrt ¬
fort rt would be made mad to patch p teh up the thedifference thedfCerencf thedfterene
difference of opinion which exists be between behWfn between ¬
tween hines Comtekey and Ban John Johneon Johnjon Johnpresident
eon president of the American League LeagueWhen LeagueWitn LeagueWhon
When Comiskey Comiske heard of It he sent word wordto wordtl wordthe
to tl the peacemakers that they were labor laborlug labor1ng laborlug
lug in vain as under no consideration considerationwould corndderatJonwould considerationwould
would be ever recognize Johnson except exceptin exceptIn exceptin
in his official capacity as president of ofthe ofhe ofhe
the he baseball organization with which he heis heis heIs
is connected connectedTRISTATE connectedTRISTATE connectedTMSTATE
TRISTATE MEETING OFF OFFOntlnw OFFOntlnwM OPFOutlaws
Outlaws Decide to Hold Conference Conferencent
nt n Later Date DnteYork t tYork sYork
J
York Pa Dec D 9 9There There will be no nomeeting nomeeting nomeeting
meeting of the TrIState Association at atHarrisburg atHarrisburg atHarrisburg
Harrisburg on Monday nlgjtt t as ached scheduled sdteduled acheduled ¬
uled Manager Hoecker of the York Ath Athletic Athletic AthleUc ¬
letic Association announced tonight that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the meetiBff meeUM will not be held until after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the meeting of the National League Leaguewhich Leaguewhich LeaguewhIch
which meets at New York on Tuesday TuesdayThe Tuesda TuesdaThe TuesdayThe
The meeting has hft been postponed po so as to togive toghe togive
give members of the national committee a achance achartce achance >
chance to be present prSt during which the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question of protection prot CUon will be definitely definitelysettled definitelysettled definitelysettled
settled Members of the TriState Asso Association Assodation Anteelation ¬
elation will be present at the New York Yorkmeeting Yorkmeeting Yorkmeeting
meeting meetingFolvrell meetingFohvell meetingFoiweli
Folvrell Pennsys peun New Captain CaptainPhiladelphia OnptnlnPhiladelphia CaptainPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Dec 1 lEob Bob Folweil of ofPhiladelphia ofPhl1 ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phl1 delphla was last evening elected electedcaptain electedcaptain electedcaptain
captain of the Pennsylvania Penns hanl football elev eleven ele eleen eleven ¬
en for 1987 after Eddie Greene bad been beenunanimously beenUnanimously beentinanimously
unanimously tendered the honor of doing doingthe doingthe doingthe
the work over again and had refused refusedManager reCused3nnnger refusedManager
Manager Clnrke Will Ill Xot Retire RetireWlnfleld RetireWInfield RetireWinfield
WInfield Kans Dec 9 9Fred Fred C CClarke CClarke CClarke
Clarke Clarke manager of the PIttsburg Base Baseball Baseball Baseball ¬
ball Club of the National League denied deniedat deniedat deniedat
at his home today that he intends to re retire retIre retire ¬
tire from baseball baseballHerald baseballHerald baseballHerald
Herald Want Ads Adswill Adswill Adswill
will be received re elved at Keners Pharmacy
Ninth and S sts nw and promptly for forwarded torwarded forwarded ¬
warded tu the main office
4
BUTCHER IS CAFTilFull CAFTil C CAPTARiFull PTAIli PTAIliFull
Full Back D3 k the Georgetown GeorgetownLeader GeolgetoYilIlcatlcr GeolgctowTilLeader
Leader for 1907 1907McLAUGHIIN 1907McLAUGHLIN 1907McLAUGHLIN
McLAUGHLIN ALSO IN RACE RACESpirited RACESlrHecl RACEI RACESpirited
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Spirited Content for Position Po ltloll nt the theMeetlntc theUe theMeetlii
Meetlntc Meetlii Ue jtIJlJt < of 1UOJJ UOU Eleven Yesterday YesterdayEdmmul Yeste YesterdayElniun n nUelnmncl
Edmmul Elniun Fitzerernid Fitzgerald Jr Advanced Advancedto
to Mnnnprer and Peter Dolin Is IsElected IsElected IsElected
Elected Assistant IHhmtProfitnble H Profitable Year YearThe YearThe
The semiannual meeting 1etID oftlie athletic athleticassociation athletic8ssociatIOft athleticassociation
association of Georgetown University was washeld wallheJd washeld
held yesterday In Gaston Hall for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of electing the manager assistant assistantmanager a slstantmanaer assistantmanager
manager and captain of the football footballteam footb footballteam ll llteam
team for 1997 1997Former l 107Former t1 t1Former
Former Assistant Manager Mana Edmund EdmundFitzgerald EdmundFllgerald EdmundFitzgerald
Fitzgerald jr of Troy N Y succeeded succeededThomas ueeeededThomfts occeededThomas
Thomas A McCann as manager and andPeter andPeter j jPeter
Peter Dolin of r Hartford Conn was waselected WUelected waselected
elected to succeed Fitzgerald The eiec election j jtlon
tlon of a captain proved the closest that thathas tJtathas thathas
has ever been held at the Blue and Gray Grayinstitution ora oraInstitution GrayInstitution
institution and resulted In the choice of ofFull ofFull ofFull
Full Back Duteber after much discussion discussionHalf dISCUSSIOnHalf 8km 8kmHalt
Half Back McLaughlin ran the new cap captain captain captam ¬
tain tam a close race for the leadership and andwas andwas andwas
was the only other candidate candidateCapt eandldateCapt candidateCapt
Capt Dutcher came from Milwaukee MilwaukeeWis MilwaukeeWis MilwaukeeWit
Wis and IB In his third year at the theGeorgetown tileGeorgetown theGeorgetown
Georgetown Law School He was re regarded re regarded regarded
garded as one of of the best men on this thteyears thisyears
years 3 ears Blue and Gray eleven and an al although althoull1 1 1though ¬
though he had strong competition eom ltIon for the theelection tOOelection theelection
election his selection was received in the theright theright
right sort of college coll e spirit by his friendly friendlyopponents trtendtyopponenta frld1yopponents
opponents opponentsAnother opponentaAnother opponentsAnother
Another important election was that St StDan f fDan
Dan MeGowan as representative Nplt ntaUve of the thelaw thelaw
law department of the university on Ute thoathletic UteatJtletle theathletic
athletic executive committee committeeHeld eommlUeeHe committeellell
Held He Two Sessions SesNiniiMBecause SeNMlonMBecause SessionsBecause
Because of the amount of business to tobe tobe
be transacted it was necessary 1HCN to tohave tohavetwo tohavetwo have havetwo
two sessions morning and evening At Atthe Atthe Att
the t lo first ftrst the manager maDa and assistant man managers managftS managers ¬
agers of the football team were chosen chosenand ehoienand chosenand
and before proceeding with wlthtbe 1tb the election of ofa ofa ofa
a captain it was 118 decided to vote on a amotion amotJon amotion
motion made by exCapt Bocack to the theeffect theeffect theeffect
effect that the Georgetown Geo GeorgetownVirginIa town Virginia game gamebe gaaaebe gazesbe
be a erG G game that Is that the men menwho menwho menwho
who play In that contest be given the thevarsity theVArsity theyarslty
varsity letter A small majority rtty were la lafavor lafaver Infavor
favor of this and a rule to that effect effectadapted etteetaMpted effectadpted
adapted This allowed four more men to towear toWMr toweai
wear the G than were ele given that priv privilege prtTege prvliege ¬
liege at a meeting JDettIn of the executive com committee committee corninittee ¬
mittee last week These e men are Grogan GroganDevine Grogandnf GroganDerhie
Devine dnf Buckley and Kane This makes makesseventeen makesseventeen ke kexventeen
seventeen men who have won the right to towear towear towear
wear the letter on the gridiron thte fall fallThis fallTbts fallThis
This ruling rutl gave the men Just men mentioned mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned a vote In the election of a football footballcaptain footballcapt1n footballcaptain
captain and it was wa practically their vote votethat votethat vOted vOtedthat
that elected Dutcher as they held the thebalance thebalance thebalance
balance of power powerThere powerThere powerThere
There was as some talk before the meet meetIng meeting t tIng
Ing was called to order by President Pre ldent John JohnMcH JohneH JohnitcH
itcH eH Stuart as to whether or not the theGeorge tb tbGeorxe theGeorge
George Washington game should ulel be a aG atame aG
G game but It was settled out of th thmeeting the tlktmeetl themeeting
meeting meetl that tba t playing in this contest contestwould contettwoukl contestwouki
would not give the men a right rl t to wear wearthe wearthe wearthe
the initial and those who wbokad had made the thesuggestion tbenuestJon thesuggestion
suggestion did not brin brt1f it up formally formallyTenm formallyrenm formallyTeam
Team Cleared Clenrcd ClearedExManager 2500 2500ExManager mo moE
E ExManager tanager McCann m In a partial re report re report report ¬
port of the financial resources stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that there was a net profit approximating approxhnatlZ5II approximatingP50
Z5II 2 for the season son As bus been the therule therule therule
rule In previous years most of this win winbe winbe willbe
be turned over to the crew for the pur purpose purJIO purpose ¬
pose of repairing damages d1uttM sustained to tothe tothe tothe
the boathouse and paraphernalia p pIMnaaIta1Ifta when the thehouse theboae thehouse
house was submersed d in the Potomac Potomachut Potomac1ast Potomaclast
hut summer summerThe SUlRIDerTIle summerThe
The subject su Jfct of formally adopting a agraduate apaduate agraduate
graduate system of eoacatng ooaee was WMlp brought broughtup broughtup
up by b F M Foy but was toot by a large largemajority JaIPri largemajority
majority majorityThe majorityThe ri riThe
The only other matter usa tter of importance importancewhich importancewblcb bnportaneewhich
which was discussed at the meeting was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that regarding the attitude the associa association aaociattoft associatimi ¬
tion should hold toward basketball basketbailwhich baketbaltwh1cJt basketballwhich
which at this time te being beIR boomed at atGeorgetown atGeorgetown t tGeorgetown
Georgetown It was decided that basket basketball basketball basketbail ¬
ball from now on will be recognized recognizeda as asa asa
a secondary sport and the the executive executivemlttee com committee committee ¬
mittee was empowered to choose a man manager manat manager ¬
ager < for the team They will elect a man manager manIn manw ¬
ager w in a few days and lie will ill begin begincorrespondence Delucorrespondence begincorrespondence
correspondence with local and outof outoftown oatoCtown outoftown
town teams for a schedule a he4ule of games In InconectkHi J Inconection n nconedion
conectkHi with this itj It was decided decidedfurther decidedfurther cledfurther
further that for the remainder of the thepresent U1epleMeIt thepresent
present season a the team selected etfd by byPhysical byPhysical byPhysical
Physical Director Maurice A Joyce to torepresent tofepFefilCAt torepresent
represent Georgetown will play pia all its itsgames lupanes Itsgames
games at home as the sport te not Jl t on a aflrm aftrm afirm
firm enough footing to admit of a aschedule aschedule aschedule
schedule of games away from the city cityVEEDEE dtyVEEDER cityVEEDER
VEEDER SEEKS CAPTAINCY CAPTAINCYYnlc CAPTAINCYYnle
Yale Half Back Opuolngr Bigelov Bigelovnnd Bigelownncl Iligelowand
and Jones for Football Lender LenderNew LenderNew LenderNew
New Haven Dec tThe > The election of a acaptain acaptain acaptain
captain for the Yale varsity football footballeleven footneleveft footballeleven
eleven next season son was not held last night nightIt nightIt nightIt
It was given out that tha t it will take place placeon placeon placeon
on Monday night next Indications point pointtoward pointtoftrd pointtoward
toward a a hot fight for the captaincy captaincyThe eaptalncyThe captaincyThe
The election was to have been held last lastevening Jaatevening lastevening
evening aqd a the recognized candidates candidateswere candidateswero candidateswere
were T A D Jones 68 6 and L L H H Bige Bigelow BlgeJew Bigelow
low 08 fl a academic but the sudden decision decisionof decl lon lonof
of Paul Veeder the star punter and half halfback hAlfback halfback
back of the team during durin the season SOA just justclosed justckMJed Justclosed
closed to return to college another year yearhas yearhas yearhas
has changed the situation entirely and andhe aDdbe andhe
he now comes forth as a formidable can candidate candIdAte candidate ¬
didate for the captaincy from Sheffield SheffieldSclentle ShefileldSclentle SIieIIIeMScientle
Sclentle School SchoolThe Schoo1The SchoolThe
The number of men who played In the theHarvard theHarvard theHarvard
Harvard or Princeton game this year and andwho UtIwho andwho
who who therefore have the UI right to vote Yfte is isseventeen IsHventHII Isventeen
seventeen venteen Of these th Se eight are academic academicmen academicmen academicmen
men men eight scientific students Knd and one oneman onenum oneman
man is from fromthe the medical school schoolDUFFEY sehoelDUFFEY uchoolDUPPEY
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DUFFEY LOSES HIS SUIT SUITConrt SUITCourt SUITCourt
Court RefnJTefi Refue to Make Inke A A U Re ReiiiNtntc RcInHtntc Reinstate
iiiNtntc Sprinters Record RecordNew RecorcJNew RecordNew
New York Dec 9 The Appellate Di Division DIvision Dlvision ¬
vision yesterday handed down a decision decinIn i iin
in the case caseof of Arthur Duffey tim former formerGeorgetown formerGeorgetown formerGeorgetown
Georgetown Georgetown sprinter against James E ESullivan ESullhran a aSullivan
Sullivan of the Amateur Athletic Union Unionsustaining Unionustaintng UnionsustaIning
sustaining the decision of the lower court courtwhich court courtwhich courtwhich
which held that DuUey DutIe did not show abowthat abowthath thathQ that thath
h hQ had any right 1i ight ht of action against the theAmateur theAtiulteur theAmateur
Amateur Athletic Union to compel it itto Itt Itta
to reinstate his alleged records No opin opinlon opInton oploIon
lon was written writ n the case having been de deckled decided deckled ¬
ckled upon the opinion of the court below belowPermission belowPermls belowPermission
Permission lon is granted to the plaintiff plaintiffto
to amend his complaint upon the payment paymentof
of the costs of the action but it Is un unlikely unlikely unlikely ¬
likely that he will take advantage adYftDta of this thteprivilege thisprivilege thisprivilege
privilege and it is probably the end of the thelitigation theUtlgntlon thelItigation
litigation Bartow S Weeks chairman chairmanof chalrmaoC
of the Amateur Athletic Union Unl n legislation legislationcommittee Ieoglslatlonoommitte legislationcommittee
committee represented James E Sullivan Sullivanand Suutvanand Sullivanand
and the Amateur Athletic Union UnionSMILE 1nlonSMILE tnionSMILE
SMILE AT ATSA11S ATSA11SAnd SAMS SAMSAnd SAM 5 5And
And Enjoy EnjoyKOTLUKCK EnjoyHOT a aHOT
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RULES COMMITTEE TO MEET MEETWill MEETUI MEETwlt
Will UI Convene in Xtn oW York Deccmlier DeccmlierIS
IS 2 to Consider Com IcIer Changes to Code CodeThe CodeThe CodeThe
The first meeting of the football rules rulescommittee rulesommlttH rulescommittee
ommlttH committee this year will be held Saturday SaturdayDecember SaturdayDecember SaturdayDecember
December 5S in New York for the pur purpose purpMfe purposh ¬
pose of changing the rules to suit next nextseasons nexteeaaon nextseasons
eeaaon seasons play According to a statement statementmade stntomantmade statementmade
made by b Prqf J B Pine Fine Princetons ex exathletic e eAthletic oxathletic
athletic director and the universitys rep representaUve repre repreeentatjve
re reeentatjve resentaUve ve on the football Cpotbttl rules commit committee commlttee commIttee ¬
tee tee and ndby uy y several other members of tho thosame thome thecame
same me committee there will be no radical radicalI nt radicalchanges Icnl Icnlcha
I changes cha made de thIs year the only alters alterations n11omttona alterstIoia ¬
tions being a few minor ones The most mostImportant mOBtImportant mostImportant
Important of them t m will probably bo a adistribution r rdtetribution rdkitrlbuUon
distribution Of > f the duties of tho referee refereetwo rQer rQertwo refereetwo
two umpires and linesman linesmanAt IIne lInesmanAt man manAt
At present the rules commIttee consists consistsof consIstsof consistsof
of fourteen members seven of whom were wereelected wereelected i ielected
elected last year y r as representatives repr entntives of the theNational theNational theNational
National Athletic Association of Colleges CollegesTheir CoUcgosTheir Coll gos gosTheir
Their term however expires on January Januor
1 TSffl and it te understood that a meeting meetingof
of this association has been called by Its Itspresident Itspre Itspresident
president pre ldent Capt Pierce of West Point Pointfor Pointtor Pointfor
for some time during the latter part of ofDecember otDecember ofDecember
December at which meeting these vacan vacancies vacandoe noon noonelfll ¬
cies doe may be filled It is the wish of the old oldrules oldrules oldrules
rules committee that the men may ma bo re reappointed reappointed reappoInted
appointed They are James A Babbitt Babbittof
of Haverford Cpllege Charles D Daly Dalyof Dabof Dalyof
of W West st Point PolntF Homer Curtlas repre representative represe reproseitatIve ¬
sentative se latlve of the Sodthern colleges colIegesE E 1C 1CHall KHall K KHall
Hall Hall of Dartmouth James T Lees of the theUniversity theUnlver theITnlversity
University Unlver tty of Nebraska C W V Savnge of ofCrtMTlin ofOMr ofOherlin
CrtMTlin OMr n and H L L Williams of the Uni University Un ITnIveatty 1 1Wr ¬
versity Wr lty of Minnesota MinnesotaNO Mn MnNO MnnesotaIo
NO BID FOR BROOKLYN STARS STARSNew srfARSNew STARSNew
New York Never Made an aft au Offer for forJordan forJordan forJordan
Jordan and Lumley LumleyOwner LumleyI LumleyOncrlt LumleyOwners
I
Owner of Both Clubs Emphatically EmphaticallyDeny Emlhntlcnl1yDen EmphaticallyDeiiy
Deny Den Story Stor thnt Him Been Going Goingthe Goingthe Goingthe
the Round of Fnndoni FnndoniNew FnnomNew FandonNew
New York Doe Dee LEinphatlc Emphatic denial was wasgiven wnsxtvea wasgives
given both by the New York National NationalLeague NotionalI NationalLeague
League Club and tile Brooklyn Brookl n Club yes yesterday y ytenia yesterday ¬
I terday tenia to the repeatedly published yarn yarnthat YArnthat ynrnthat
that New York had ottered 1 2S 2LOOsfor 5fflhfor < the theservices thcerrlcea theservices
services of Jordan and Lumley Lumh two twoBrooklyn twoBrooklyn twoBrooklyn
Brooklyn players and andtMt that tho Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn management ment was KS on the point of ac accepting 3 3eeptl soceIng ¬
cepting eeptl the sum and permitting the man manto mOll mOllto mento
to jofh th the Giants GiantsThe GlaatThe GIaitaThe
The New York management denied flat flatly flRtIy fiatly ¬
ly that an otter o er of any M sum from one onepenny onepet1fty onepenny
penny up ever had been made to Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn
lyn for either player The Brooklyn own owners ownera owners ¬
ers just as s emphatically asserted that tliatno thatno thatno
no utter ffer had been received from the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York club and In addition to that stated statedpointMa statoopointblank statedpointblank
pointblank pointMa nk that New York could not nothave nothave nothave
have either player at any an prlcts prlctsI
001 I hope this will wI settle this th thIs story S ry for forgood forgood forgood
good and aU said Charles H Ebbet Ebbetthe Ebbets Ebbetsthe bbets bbetsthe
the president of the Brooklyn club I Iam 1am Iam
am positive that it has been circulated circulatedwith circulatedwith circulatedwith
with no other motive than to try to in injure Injun InJuTe ¬
JuTe us with 1U1 our ourlatfOU patrons in Brooklyn BrooklynHad BrooklynHad BrooklynHad
Had those who have been foremost in inpublishing Inpublg Inpublishing
publishing the story tory broadcast ever have havemade havemacIe havemade
made the slightest 1I htest effort e ort to have veri verified Terlfted von vonfled ¬
fled it by making inquiry of a Brooklyn Brooklynofficial Brooklynomcial Brooklynofilcial
official as to whether New York had of offered offered offered ¬
fered such a Jam sum for two play playera playera playens
era and we would accept It I we could couldquickly couldquickly couldquickly
quickly have given en them the tb facts Jor Jordan Jordan Jondan ¬
dan and Lumley wil wi 1 be with the Brook Brooklyn BrookJyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn Club next year 1 just t as a8 surely as asthere asthere asthere
there is a club in Brooklyn BrooklynARMYNAVY BrooklynARMYNAVY BrooklynARMYNAVY
ARMYNAVY BASEBALL GAME GAMEAnnual GAMEuuuaI GAMEAnnual
Annual uuuaI Content to lie Played nt Went WentPoint WeMtPoint VetIoint
Point Dlay Jln 2 2AnnapoUs 2pedalte 2OarMl
pedalte OarMl is The Wsthi y U UpnHI 1lM 1lMAnnapolis
Annapolis pnHI aid Dec S tTbe The athletic athleticoMciak atkJettcot athleticomclab
oMciak of the Military and Naval acade academies acadoJIdea azmdemis ¬
mies have selected May Ma 26 as the date for forthe fortIae forthe
the annual baseball contest t between the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two institutions The game will be played playedat playedatWNt
at atWNt West Point Point as according to the the agree agreeftient alfMteSt agreeznct
ftient teSt > the contests take place phl alternately alternatelyat
at West Point and Annapolis and last histseasons lastemcees et etaeaaoa
seasons aeaaoa gaay gae was played here hereft herei hereIt
It will be the sixth game SIte since the series serieswas serieswas
i
1 was begun 4 Army wan W3 three and andNavy a andNavy C Cavy
Navy avy two of the previous games uae There Thereis Therelis ThereIs
lis is something of a hoodoo connected COItAeCt cl with withthe withI withthe
I the annual contests as neither team tea has hassucceeded 00ssueceedecl hassucceeded
succeeded In winning a game on its own owngrounds owngrounds owngrounds
grounds groundsAmong groundsi groundsAmong
i Among the big teams that the middles middleswill mJddlesw1ll middleswill
will meet next season are Yale Harvard Harvardand HltnBrdalld Harvardand
and Cornell and probably Carlisle In Indians Ini Indiana ¬
i diana The University Unl ty of Georgia will willplay winpia
play 7 her hOrS for toro the first time Navys Navysschedule NavTsscbedule Navysschedule
schedule will include lach about fifteen games gamesand gamesand gamesand
and the one with West WeatPoint Point will close closethe closeth closethe
the th season seasonTh onThe seasonThe
Th The midshipmen ate e manifesting great greatInterest greAtIlnttrest greatInterest
Interest in basketball which will be beplayed beplayed beplayed
Ilnttrest
played at the Academy this season for the thefirst th thefirst
first time Already there are sixty candi candidates can candidates l lda1ftJ ¬
I dates at practice pract and from that number numbera
a strong five certainly ought to be be chosen chosenIn chosenI chosenIn
In addition a number of football men are arecoming arecoDling arecoming
I coming out later as at present pr nt they are aretaking aretaking
I taking a rest from the hard season which whichclosed whichclosed whIchclosed
closed a week ago agoPUIimr agoPULLIAM agoPULLIAM
PULLIAM BACK PROM EUROPE EUROPEPresident EUROPEPrcHldent EUROPEPresident
President of National League Lcn ue Ex Expects Expects Expects ¬
pects to He Ilcclcctcil IlcclcctcilNew HcecctcclNew lieelectedNew
New York Dec 9Carefree Carefree a and andDvoyantlooklftg andbuoyantlooking > nd ndbuoyantlooking
buoyantlooking Harry Pulliam presi presiuent preslent prealitent
uent ent of the National League stepped off offthe orttlte offthe
the steamship steam bll New York today on the thevessels thovesser thevessels
vessels arrival here from Southampton SouthamptonH
H He returned from a six weeks swing swingaround swIngaroIUd swingaround
around the European Euro ean circle and looked lookedin lookedIn lookedin
in fine ftn condition for the annual meeting meetingof mcetlngof
of the National League which takjs takjsplace taJse taJseplace takjsplace >
place here this thl week lIe went abroad abroadfor abroadfor abroadfor
for his health healthHe bealthlIe healthlie
lIe will be the th main figure in the themeeting themeeUu themeeting
meeting meeUu this week w ek as the matter of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the election of a president will be the thechief thechler thechief
chief item of business but his chances chancesfor chanMsror chances chancesfor
for reelectIon have ha grown rather than thandiminished thandiminished thandiminished
diminished during his absence and op opposition Ope Opepo1ttfOh oppoSItion ¬
position to him has not assumed assume se serious serious sonone ¬
rious none proportions proportionsRegarding proportionsRegarding proportionsRegardIng
Regarding league matters Pulliam Pulliamhad PulJlamhad Puillaxnhad
had little to say sa today todayI toda
1 stand on ray recordV record he declared declaredwhen declaredwhen declaredwhen
when he went away and that is still stillhis sunhIs stillhis
his position positionThe l1osttlonTho positionTho
Tho outlook for baseball in Eng England England England ¬
land he continued Is good It wont wontsupplant wontsupplAnt wontsupplant
supplant cricket there but will become becomea b come comea
a much more widelyplayed game than thanit thanit thanIt
it is now nowIf nowIr nowJr
If there were any an outoftown base baseball basehall baseball ¬
ball men in the city today todo they kept keptunder keptunder keptunder
under cover Herrmann of Cincinnati Cincinnatiwas Cincinnatiwas Cincinnatiwas
was expected to arrive tonight The Theboard Theboard Theboanil
board of directors will meet Tuesday Tuesdayand Tue3dayand Tuesdayand
and the league proper on Wednesday WednesdayOBrien WednesdayOBrien VednesdayOnrlen
OBrien Sidestepped tIle Pictures PicturesLos PIcturesLos PicturesLos
Los Angeles Cal Dec 9 DThe The films of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the BurnsOBrien fight were tried out outhere outhere outhere
here last night for the benefit of the thenewsPftper thenewspaper
newspaper men Barring the first few fewrounds fewrounds fewrounds
rounds the pictures are period pertoct Every
b bfcnv w in the fight can be seen and the thepile thepile thepile
pile driver right which nearly sent sentOBrien sentOBrlEn sentOBrIen
OBrien to Luna Park looms looms up as large largeas largeas largeas
as life Tommy Burns and his training trainingstaff trainingstaff trainingstaff
staff were on hand tfr t look the fight fightover fightoer fightover
over For the OBrien forces the only onlyrepresentative onlyrepresentative onlyrepresentatIve
representative was Mortimer Swanson SwansonJoe SwnnsonJOe SwansonJoe
Joe Cans anns I Mist I iHt Weigh In InTonopah InTonopah InTonopah
Tonopah Nov Nev Dec 9 9Kld Kid Herman Hermanstated Hermanstated Hermanstated
stated last night that fua he would Insist Insiston I lidst lidston ist iston
on Joe Cans weighing welghlngn In In at 133 pounds poundsringside poundsringside
ringside for his bout here Herman de declared declared dedared ¬
clared the articles call for this and al1d he hewill hewill hewill
will claim Gans 5000 forfeit If he falls fallsto Yallsto fails failsto
to do the weight Both men are train training traInIng training ¬
ing hard and they th y look to be in excel excellent excellent excel1ent ¬
lent condition S
1
TOTS TO RAGE HERE HEREMiss HEREMiss HEREMiss
Miss Levitt of London After AfterWorlds AfterW AfterWorlds
Worlds W orl ls Championship ChampionshipDASHENTG ClanlpiollshiJDASHING ClianipioiisliipDASHING
DASHING AND NERVY AUTOIST AUTOISTHnN AU10ISTIInH
has Ueatcn EJv liVry ery ry Woman Conipet COmlJetUor CompetItor 1 1Itor
Itor In Europe l and IM Inolcln ocIILInJ ocIILInJAbout fJJklUJrAlont i iAliont
About for Yew C1T Fields to Conquer ConquerFcnrlcNN CouclucrIenrlcHM ConquerPearless
FcnrlcNN in n Motor ot r Car She SIlcVonhl SIlcVonhlScrcnm SlieWoilitiScreani Would WouldScream
Scream nt Sight of n nJIouHe nJIouHeel Mouse MouncOrresponitenet MouseCsrreMlalHImm
Orresponitenet of The iVtnlilnmon r litnld litnldLondon 1I111IIdLondon jluaT4LLondon
London Dec 1 IIf If there th 1e is > any wo woman womAn weman ¬
man in the United States who thinks thinksshe thinksshf thinksshe
she can equal or bettor the tIt rocprd of ofnesrly oCneArly ofnearly
neArly 100 l 00 miles mn an hour In an ci aatom aatombile automo automobIle anthmobile
bile she sh will now have a chance to to1n to1nthe vftn n nthe j jthe
the title of worlds wOlId chadkpfon woman WOJ1l1UInutomobmt womanautomobilist j jautomobiilct
automobilist Mis MIat Dorothy Dorothy Levitt of ofLondon otLondon ofLondon
London at present claims the title and andhas awdhas andhas
has many prises won In various races racesboth IRe IReboUI racesboth
both in cars on land and in motor boats boatson boatlon boatson
on sea 5 Only the other day SlID ecHpsed ecHpsednil e InIl et1SetIall
nil women records at Blackpool ol by bytwice bytwlee bytwice
twice doing the flying Inl kilometer In ex exactly exI1cUy oxactly ¬
actly the same tbne tlmeI 51 S4 1 seconds secondswhich MeOndwhleh secondswhich
which nearly nttlrl approaches appr hes one hundred hundredmiles hundredmiles UDdreclmiles
miles an hour hourI
1 want to arrange a match for the theworlds theworlds i iworlds
worlds tchamplonshfp with an Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can woman roman automobilist she saW leI to tome tI tome
lOlR8
me Please Issue a challenge chaUeD e to Amer America AmerIca Amerlea ¬
I ica through h your paper I am willing willingto 1t11ngto
to race either here or at Orraond Beach BeachFlorida BeaehFlorida BeachFlorida
Florida or elsewhere in the United States StatesThe StateaThe StatesThe
The conditions need be of the simplest simplestI
I am wild to race an American woman womanfor womanfor Omaafor
for the worlds championship I must mustlook mu mustlook t tlook
look to America for a race There is isno Sno isno
no one left in Europe with whomJo whomJocompete whom1oeompete wbomtocompete
compete I have Beaten them all and andbadly andbRdly andbadly
badly too Mme du Gut the French Frenchi Frenchmotori Frenchmotorist
i motorist motori t does not drive a highpower highpowermachine blglpoWltrmachine highpowermachine
machine There are only onl two real rae racing raeItlg raelag ¬
lag cars over here Mine goes to Brazil Brazili BrazilIn BraZILin
i in a few days But It ray 7 challenge is isaccepted Ispted Isaccepted
accepted pted In America I will go to work workand workand workand
and build a new racer It will be a aninetyhorsepower anlnetyhonaepower aninetyhorsepower
ninetyhorsepower for I think I handle handlethat nand nandtha handlethat
that tha t the thJt th best bestTo bNtTo bestTo
To read Dorothy Levitts Lmtt own words wordsor wordsOr wordsOr
or to look at her records one would at atonce at0Me atonce
once picture an Amazon But she is far fari farfrom farfrom
i from that t She is a very womanly wo woman w wmanfairly we wemanfairly
man manfairly fairly tall tall with s g willowy figure tigurclarge figureJarxe figurelarge
large and velvety brown eyes e es bronze bronzecolored bronzecoIorecI bronsecolored
colored hair wellshaped weUa apecl features with witha 1th 1tha
a large but laugaterUt mouth Her Hermuscles HermUllClu kr krmuscles
muscles are like steeL She Is the pIe picture pIeI
I ture of health and a perfect example of ofthe ctCthe ofthe
the wellgroomed wel1 fashionable English Englishwoman En EnO lngl1ahwoman ¬
I IA IA
woman O
A Romantic History HistoryMiss IIbtor IIbtorns hliioryMI
Miss MI ns Levitts is a romantic history In Infive InAve Infive
five years she has reached the top of the thetree theree thetree
tree ree In her unique profession and makes makesan makesan makesan
an income of hX OO t a year While Jthls Jthlsgirl IhlSir lhISgirL
girl Sir of twentyfive is I the most Oaring Oaringand darlnraD41 daringand
and nerviest of o woman automobile drivers driversIn driversIn driversin
In the world outside of her car she shewould shewould e ewoukl
would scream at a mouse and is nervous nervousand aervouaaad nervousand
and afraid when hea trundling truDdUn around town townin toVIIIn townIn
in a hansom cab cabI cabThe cabThe
I The Levitts IAYIt are an old London family familyi tnmtlyDorothY familyDorothy
i Dorothy was born here Her lather who whowas whowas bf bfwu
was in the government service has re retired retired retired ¬
tired on a pension to his country house houseWhen househen
When 1 hen en Dorothy was twenty a awaa a marriage marriagewas marriagewas
was arranged arran for her The man was wasnearly waJMarly wasnearly
nearly three times her age but but unlike unlikethe uaUketbe unlikethe
the novelists usual story he was neither neithertitled nelthectUJed neithertitled
titled nor wealthy Dorothy quarreled quarreledwith quarreledwith quarreledwith
with her parents pare and then on the eve of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the distasteful marriage ran away from fromhome fromhome fromhome
home She went to a married relative la laanother IIIanother Inanother
another part of Lone LoDCJD TO who kept her hersecret herHeret hersecret
secret welL welLIt wellIt wellIt
It w wu s this friend who introduced lntmdU d ed her herto Iterto herto
to S F Edt the motorboat racer raeerautomoblltllt and andnutomoWltet andautomobftst
nutomoWltet Mr Edge dge was toW the lit little little littie ¬
tle tale of woe Ge and am suggested she carve carveout cnfout carveout
out a career for herself So be arranged arrangedher ArIIqJedIter arrangedher
her apprentIceshIp tleeah19 to a firm of French Frenchautomobile P1ftIeIIautomobUe Frenchautomobile
automobile makers on the outskirts of ofParis otParis ofParis
Paris and there Dorothy Levitt went for forsix torsix forsix
six months monthsWhile monthWhile monthsWhile
While her parents searched everywhere everywherefor tner W ere erefor
for her although they knew she was as well welland welland ell elland
and happy Dorothy was teaming leanela the theautomobile theautomobile theautomobile
automobile business b She began at the thebottom tbebottom thebottom
bottom as a wiper 1per or cleaner and finish flnished ftftI8hed finished
ed as a machinist and chauffeur Site Sitetook Sbetook Shetook
took an interest in her work and daily dailywore dallywore dailywore
wore her blue overalls and worked along alongside aloask1e alongside ¬
side the others at the factory factoryTunRht factoryTnnJt11t factoryTaught
Taught the Roynl Family FnmllyThen Fnmn FnmnTheon FamilyThen
Then she ae be returned to England and a im immediately 1m 1mteellate17 hemediately ¬
mediately began learning IMrai the ins and andouts KJNlouts andouts
outs of London trkflfc Mr Ir Edge was as astonfehed as astOliMbed astosished
tonfehed at her quickly q q IcJdy gathered 1 profi proficiency proftcJeney proficleney ¬
ciency and at her nerve She was soon soonearning MOIlearning soonearning
earning a good salary teaching women womenhow womenhow Omenhow
how to handle a car She taught a host hostof bost bostof bestof
of people from the Queen and royal royalprincesses ro royalprinceesw J Jprlne
princesses prlne down through duchesses and andcountesses Andcounteaee andcountessec
countesses to plain everyday a7 American Americanvisitors AmerlcaRvisitors Americanvisitors
visitors visitorsThere visitorsThfOre visitorsThere
There happened about this time to be a areliability arelIAbIlity areilblllty
reliability run from Edinburgh Edlnba to London LondonMiss LondonMS LondonMiss
Miss Levitt was one of the M i competi competitors competitors competitorn ¬
tors She reached London thirteenth and nndwon andwon andwon
won her first ftr t prize and medal thereby She Shedid Shedid Shedid
did all her own repalrs repalrson on the road and andwas andwas andwas
was not ia a bit dismayed at the hoodoo hoodoonumber boodoonumber licodocnumber
number numberThirteen numberI numberThirteen
I Thirteen Is my lucky number and Fri Friday Frfdft3 Friday ¬
day < my lucky day she told me meOnce meOnce meOnce
Once in the public eye Mitw Levitt went wentup wentup wentup
up with a rush She was a competitor in inthe Inthe Inthe
the motorboat race at Cowsa CoW 1 Isle of ofWight otWight ofWiglit
Wight the first contest of the kind held heldanywhere heMI helilanywhere
anywhere Miss Levitt won this big and andexciting nridexcltin andexciting
I exciting excltin race race and was afterward taken takenon takenon
1 on board b the royal yacht and presented presentedto
i to King Edward who congratulated her heron heron heron
on her pluck and skill A few days later latershe laterslto latershe
she raced again at Trouville against all allthe allthe allthe
the worlds cracks and won tho fivemile fivemileworlds ftvemllworlds fivemileworlds
worlds championship of the sea and the t t17li
1750 cup cupShe cupShe cupShe
She tried racing on land after that and andIn andIn andIn
In cars of Increasing power won trophy trophyafter trophyaftcr trophyafter
after trophy Her biggest race was last lastJuly lAstJuly lastJuly
July In the Brighton Handicap Mme Mmedu Mmeu rm rmu
du u Gast had a very big allowance but butMiss butMiss butMiss
Miss Levitt wore down all her opponents opponentsthe opponentsthe opponentsthe
the cracks of Europe and by her suporb suporbnerve suporbnerve superbnerve
nerve won by a block blockShe blockShe blockShe
She has cups and shields and medals medalsgalore medalsgnJo medalsgalore
galore gnJo and has received dozens of prize prizechecks prizeche prizecheeks
checks che ks for hillclimbing hll cllmblng endurance and andreliability andreliablJlt andreliability
reliability reliablJlt trials Only the other dRY she shewon shewon shewon
won a small car trial at Hereford with withher withher 1Ul 1Ulher
her pet machine a baby eighthorsepower eighthorsepowerwhich eighthorsepowerwhich eIghthorsepowerwhich
which she built herself In Paris ParisThis ParisThis ParisThis
This is one of the daintiest cars in inLondon InLondon InLondon
London It has most graceful curves and andlines nndlines andlines
lines such as are seldom seen on auto automobiles automobiles automobiles ¬
mobiles The coloring Is white picked pickedout pickedout pickedout
out with green greenMiss greenMiss greenMiss
Miss Levitt has had plenty vlent of narrow narrowescapes narrowescapes narrowescapes
escapes At Blackpool for Instance dur during durIng during ¬
ing the speed trials two dogs three chil children children children ¬
dren and finally finall three more dogs came cameout cameout cameout
out on the track and tried to cross over overMiss merMiss overMiss
Miss Levitt spoiled her trials but man mnnagcd mlmaged managed
aged with splendid work to save the chll chllNo chllNo chilNo
No Overcoat equals in instyle instyle instyle
style and swaggerness swaggernessthe
the Wineman Beau Brum Brummel Brummel
1 mel semiformfitting semiformfittingcoat semiformfi t t ing ingcoat ingcoat
coat It r sacoat s a coat for the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young fellow who wants wantsto wantsto wantsto
to dress up to date dateJOHN dateJOHN dateJOilN
JOHN C WINEMAW WINEMANGO WINEMANGOi4 CO COJ4F J
J4F 14 F FSTREET STREET REET
I
dren History HI tory does not tell what hap liappened happened
l pened to th the dogs dogsAgain dOPI dogsAgain
I Again at Wofieastar Wo Woltmqtor tor hlllcJIrnHng her hercar herear
car was the only one without nonskId uonskdwheels nonskIdwheels
I wheels Going G olng rattnd rJ nd one sharp bend her hercar herear
car began skidding Miss Levitt Levitt though thoughthe thoughI thoughthe
the crowd frantically shrieked to her to tojump toJump
I jump held h h1 tight to her steering et rlng wheel wheeland wheeland wheeland
and stayed in In her seat 11M Yet her outskl outsklwheels outskipwhEt18 outskiwheels
wheels went onehalf an inch from the theedge t tag theedge
edge ag of the road and after n trr the edge of ofthat offinn
that road ro d there titer was nothing nothn but a frtuw frtuwprecipice itheerprecipice
precipice 4tfi feet dxn d dx o At the last Black Blackpool m Blackpool k kpool ¬
pool speed p trials tnII white > going lCoIn at fully fullyninetysix futtynJn fullyninetysix
ninetysix nJn lylx miles mil an hour hourIt it was a stand standJng tandI standlag
I lag start lartone one of the tb stmjs 8tJJ on the bonnet bonnetbroke bonnetbroke bonnetbroke
broke and the lh wind got o under the th Mg Mgstyel bigstVel
i styel t 1 envoto nvok > o and blew It back Miss ful MLssLevitt MissLevitt
Levitt l v1U put tlie bJafees bl aJes on ondowlyt slowly < r rat at first firstand lintand llrstand
and then jammed 1 11fYKCl ttEm down hard hardThe hardThe
1 The ear was stopped Just as the last lastscrew lastKrew lastscrew
screw gave way and the bonnet flsw flswback 1I ilrwbeck w wbeck
beck If it had gone back while at the thefurious thefurkn thefurious
furious furkn pace of ninety miles mO an hour the theJjeavy thlV thejeavy
Jjeavy V steel covering would either have havecrushed haveenahfd havecrushed
crushed to death the woman driver or orelse oreliit orelse
else cut her head off offI offI
I asked eel Idles Levitt I vltt what her sensations sensationswere 8tnatlolqWere sensationswere
were in going gcin nt this awful pace paceSever paceXecr paceXever
Sever ThlukM of Dnngrcr DnngrcrWonderful DnJlJurWOnderful DniigerWonderful
Wonderful she answered One can canhardly eAnhardly canhardly
hardly describe ones one sensations There Thereis ThereIs ThereIs
is a feeling t ltnc of flying ynl through space J JKever Jenr Iborer
borer enr think of the danger That sort of ofthing orthinS ofthing
thing wont plo But i know it is omni omnipresent omnlPlftre oumipresent ¬
present t The slightest touch of the band bandand bandand handand
and the car fWerv swerves and swerves crvea are areusually areusually areusually
usually fatal But I am a good gambler gamblerand pmblerand gamblerand
and always willing to t take the chance chanceIn ence enceIn chtneeIn
In going that pace the t hardest thing tbill is isto 18to isto
to keep in the car Half the t le time the thewheels thewbct thewheels
wheels wbct dont touch the ground round at all aJl and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when they do touch you 011 must be prepared preparedto
I to tak take the shock and lurch or else out outyou outyou outyou
you will 111 go It is far harder work to sit sitin sitIn sitIn
in a car than to 0 ride a a g pllopinS IJoping horse horseover honeover horseover
over the Jumps in a steepk steeplechase chase When WhenI Then ThenI
I made the tI records I was In the car caralone caralone caralone
alone I prefer It ItMiss ItM It ItMiss
Miss M Levitt Yltt told me that SM sw > made mad up
for the fearful excitement of automobile automobileracing automobileraetng automobileracing
racing by quietly going fishing < She hi a agjvteiMiid asplendid
1 splendid ndld rod and troutfishing is her herfavorite hertavprtte herfavpnlte
favorite tavprtte As It takes wonderful nerve to toplay toplat topla
play pla poker BIT favorite game well ell Miss MissI MItevJU MissLevitt
I tevJU evitt has proved n star Star at the American Americannational AmerIcanJNttfona Americannational
i national card gamble She is also an ex expert cxpert
pert at roulette and has a most wonder wonderful wonderfnl wonderin ¬
ful in secret system with which whlebahe she ie going goingthte In Inthis
this winter to attempt to break the bank bankat b Akat bankat
at Monte Carlo She will take with her herDodo bfrDodo herDodo
Dodo a tiny black Pomeranian dog
Dodo was the property of Mile Marie MarieCoineiiie MarieCornefile aI1e
Coineiiie and was given to Miss Levitt In InParis InParls InParis
Paris three or four years ago There Is a avery avery avery
very strict law against admitting dogs dogsInto dogsInto
Into England So Dodo was smuggled smuggledHe sm smuggledHe led ledHe
He was first ftr t drugged and then packed in insome insome Insome
some waste in the repair rep lr box of an auto automobile aulolnoblle automobile ¬
mobile which blch came through without withoutmuch withoutmurh withoutmuch
much examination Dodo went w nt to sleep
in Paris Parls and came safely Cet7 out of his trance trancein tranceIn trancein
in London He goes everywhere lTwt re with his hismistress hlamintrem
mistress and Miss 1m Levitt declares he has hastraveled hastravelfd hastraveled
traveled more miles in aitautomobile than thanany thanany thanany
any other dog dogtn in the world worldMiss W011dlttse woridMiss
Miss Levitt I u Juts has traveled much m In the thelast theJut thelast
last new yearsla ye in France Germany
Spain Italy and Morocco Now she 81Mwant shewants b bwants
wants t visit the United States S Wont Wontsomebody Wontmebody
somebody omebod mebody accept pt her challenge for a race raceAGNES raceAGNES raceAGNES
AGNES WESTON WSSTOXDALLYING W5STONDALLYING WESTONDALLYING
DALLYING WITH JEFFRIES JEFFRIESIOM
Los 10 Angeles uJtele Club > Offer the Retired RetiredChampion RetlreelChnmltlon RetiredChampion
Champion 10000 OOO to tf Meet feet Johnson JohnnoiiLos JohnonLos JohnsonLos
Los Angeles CaL Dec tJ1m 9JII Jim Jet Jeffries JetfnM Jetfries ¬
fries may accept ac pt the offer ° r of f litOft to tomeet temut tomeet
meet Jack Johnson The champion has hasstated hasatated hasstated
stated he would consider the matter matterand matterand matterand
and the sporting aportln men think that he hewill bei hewill
i will be tempted into signing phS articles articlesfor arUclefor articlestot
for the immense Sum as the winner winnerwill winnerwill 1 1m
will m receive r lye H per cent eeat or 4 41NO tO for forthe forthe forthe
the trouble troubleThe troubleThe troubleThe
The champion haJR > loa is not inclined to glv glvJohnson give
Johnson J a lot of class el He could not
dispose of men like George Gardner Gardnerand Gardnerand Gardnerand
and Marvin Hart and he is not worry worry ¬
log In over the possibility mty of a defeat hut
be J be e does not care to enter the ring 1111 1111Ad ringgIu
again gIu and Ad if he does d It win be to tosecure toseere tosecure
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Philadelphia Dec 9 JW1UJamFIl2 JW1UJamFIl2Serald 1WIlliam William Pita Pitagerald Fitzgerald ¬
gerald yesterday morning montl received a atelegram atelegram atelegram
telegram from J Coffroth Cotrrotb telling him himhe hhnhe himhe
he had been matched mateb to fight Jimmy JimmyBritt JiMMYBrttt JimmyIInttt
Britt in San Francisco on December 2S 2SThe 2SThe
1 The contest is to be for twenty rounds roundsFitzgerald rou rouJIIa roudsFitzgeraJd
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Britt for some time and was so elated elatedat eJatedat elatedat
at the news that he e decided cJe hfed to start startWest atattVNt startWest
West at once onceHe onceHe onceHe
He left yesterday ye terda for Dayton O Owhere 0 0where
where here he is to meet Peter Sullivan of ofFall ofFall
Fall River In a twentyround bout bout or oras oras
as Fitzgjmld Fltzg rald says less s if possible possibleIt
It will 111 be remembered that a counts countsof coupleof
of months months ago IL Fitzgerald beat beatSvntvan Suftl Sufllvu van
in New England in seven rounds roundsMICHIGAN roundsMIOHIGAN roundsMICHIGAN
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tercollcffiitte Gnnies GnniesPhiladelphia GnmePhllKdJphla GaniesPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Dec 9anager Manager Baird Bairdof Bairdi Bairdof
i of the Michigan track team recently reeentJywrote recentlywrote j jwrote
wrote a letter to Rawle Gevdln the thepresident thepreMdent thepresident
president of the Inte Intercollegiate nes1te Athletic AthleticAssociation AthleticASfIOCIaUon AthleticAssociation
Association asking that thatlllchigan Michigan be ad admitted admitted admitted ¬
mitted to the association a tlon In time for the thenext thenext thenext
next intercollegiate games which proves provesthat prOVEthat provesthat
that Michigan is not at a t all satisfied with withher withher wIthher
her treatment by the Western ellem conference conferenceIt
It te extremely e tremesy unlikely unllkel that that Michigan Michiganwill Michiganwill
will be admitted admitted for the reason that she
has nbt had a track team East to any of ofthe oCth ofthe
the th intercollegiate Int reoU Iat meets m ts since 19M 1 and andas aOOas andas
as the bylaws of the association require requirea
a member to enter a team every two twoyears twoy twoyears
years y years ars and pay annual dues dues which Michi Michigan Michigan MiebIgan ¬
gan has also neglected to 4 < fe there tb re will 111
be extreme ext rem difficulty In getting the West Westerners Ve Veerners t ternErs ¬
erners in inBILLY InBILLY inBILLY
BILLY MURRAY RECOVERING RECOVEEINGPhillies RECOVERINGPlilIlles
Phillies New Mnnnprcr Will VIII Recu Recuperate Rcc Rccperate ¬
perate in Florida FloridaNew FloridaNew
New York Dec D 9 9Hfliy Biliy Murray the thenew th thnew
new manager of the Philadelphia Nnf Nnftionals N Ni NiUonals
tionals has had more than his share of ofHard orliard ofhard
Hard luck since his success SUCC as a team di director director dlrector ¬
rector was appreciated and rewarded rewar ed but buthe buthe buthe
he Is beginning to shake off the hoodoo hoodooMurray hoodooMurray hoodocMurray
Murray has been wrestling wrest1ln with a bad badcase badcase
case of typhoid t phold fever for two months monthsbut m monthsbut nths
but Is now convalescent Pat Powers Powerswho Powerswh Powerswho
who is i perhaps Murrays closest friend friendhas frienOhas friendhas
has seen that Murray lacked for no care careor cureor streor
or comfort comfortS and the physicians ph 5Ietans say the themanager th thmanager themanager
manager should should be able to leave the hos hospital hospital hospital ¬
pital in about two weeks Powers and andMurray andMurray andMurray
Murray w wJlI H go goto to Florida as soon as asthe asthelatter the thelatter tJtelatter
latter Is able to travel and Murray Murra ex expects expects oxpoets ¬
pects to be able to get to work on the re reconstruction re reconstructiOn noCOnstructiOn ¬
construction of the Philadelphia team teamlong teamlong teamlong
long before the call to spring practice practiceColumbia practiceColumbln practiceColunibla
Columbia and tu Harvard May Row RowBoston Ro RoBoston RowBoston
Boston Mass Dec 9 Jlmm Jimmy Rice Ricecouch RicecOllch Ricecoach
couch of otthe the Columbia College rowing de department de department dopartment ¬
partment Is here he visiting old friends He Heis HeIs lIeis
is highly pleased with the material he hefound hefound hefound
found at Columbia and expects to de develop develop deveiop ¬
velop a good crew for next season s from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the freshman squad He speaks highly highlyof
of tho manner In which his varsity con condidntes enndldntes cnndldntes
dldntes have been taking bold and hopes hopesto hopesto hopesto
to be able to tozneasure measure blades in a match matchrace matchrace matchrace
race with Harvard next spring springWill springVIII springWin
Will Not Defy Gov Folk FolkKansas FolkKansns FolkKansas
Kansas City Cli Ci Dec 9 DThe The directors of ofthe ottHe ofthe
the Kansas City Jockey tllub Iub have de decided decided decided ¬
cided not to attempt to hold a race racemeatlngr racemeeting racemeeting
meeting at the tile Elm Ridge race track tracknext tracknext tracknext
next spring because of the positive dec declarations decVlaratlons ec ec1arnfJons ¬
larations of Gov Folk and Attornay Attorn AttOrnGeneral y
General Hadley that a race meeting meetingwould meetingwould meetingwould
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and 114 Guy Burns brothers of Tommy TommyBurn TommyI TommyBurns
I Burn the Jockey is a matter which whichthe whIchthe
I the courts Of t Brooklyn Btookl n will perhaps de deternune deternne
ternune this week Their mother wants wantsthem wantst wantsthem
them t m to be Jockeys jock like their famous famousbrother famousbrother famousbrother
brother Their father Is opposed to this thisand thisand thisand
and wants to take them back to Chat Chatham Chntbarn Chatham ¬
ham Canada where he Ii says he lives livesMrs livesKrsBurn8 hivesMrsRurng
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and claims tl legal al residence in this thisState thl thlState thisState
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possession of the lad lads through an order orderissued orderRUed orderIssued
issued by Judge Wllkin of the Court of ofSpecial orStxdal ofSpecial
Special Sons Yesterday Ye th they y were In Inthe Inthe inthe
the court before Justice Kelly of the theSupreme thQSupreme theSupreme
Supreme purt vrt on a writ of habeas cor corpus corPUI ocrpus ¬
pus sued out by b the mother They left leftth leftthe leftthe
th the courtroom with iU their father to re remain re remain reinsin ¬
main at least until lIm tomorrow tonio rOw Justice JusticeKelly Ju JusticeKelly tJee tJeeKeny
Kelly having taken the case under ad advisement adviSf advisement ¬
viSf visement nt until then thenWillie thenWillie thenWIWe
Willie and Guy have l been > een living with withtheir wIththeir withtheir
their mother in Sheepafooad S JNlhead Day appren apprentices apprentiNS apprenUces ¬
tiNS under Father Bill Dajy Gay is isfifteen Isfifteen isfifteen
fifteen and is considSK r t the stables stablesa
a promising youth He has Mea mak making makIn ranklng ¬
ing In his friend say y as much a as JMt S a amonth am amonth
month m and giving at g th the money te His Hismother 1dmother hISmother
mother Willie to a a year older olderMm olderMnL eiderMrs
Mm Burns declares in her affidavit affidavitthat affidavitthat alikiavitthat
that the tbctatMr father from whom she has been beenseparated beeneparatecl beenseparated
separated for more than a year is not a aproper aproper aproper
proper person n to have custody of the thechildren thechildren thechildren
children being beln cruel and intemperate intemperateThe intemperateThe intemperateThe
The father denies this He says 78 that he hehas hebaa hebaa
baa lived in Chatham n for years ana and can canproduce canproduce canproduce
produce any number of witnesses to his hisgood hisood hisgood
good ood character characterMrs characterMrs characterMrs
Mrs Burns lawyer Jow er asked ked for an ad adjournment adJourn adjournmeL ¬
Journ journment until this lb afternoon for the thepurpose thePUrpoft thepurpose
purpose of producing witnesses wltn in sup support support support ¬
port of her assertions Justice Ju tlce Kelly al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed the adjournment but specified that thatthe tllattlt thatthe
the boys should remain with their father fathermeanwhile fathermefinwhUe fathermeanwhile
meanwhile The lads took this order with withapparent wIthaiVRat withapparent
apparent indifference They ar are lean leanfaced le leanfaced n ntaeed
faced sharpeyed youngsters seemingly seeminglyin
in perfect possession poa 8Slon of themselves themselvesMrs themselveaIrs themselvesMrs
Mrs Burns will 11 make an application a IeaUcm dn dnWednesday dnYecJnetlday doWednesday
Wednesday before betore Surrogate Church to tobe tobe tobe
be appointed goardian of the boys Burns Burnswfll Burnswftl Burnswill
will resist t this on the ground that as the theboys theboys
boys 00 are Canadians Ca Adlnns the Surrogate of ofKings orKhtp ofKings
Kings County has no Jurisdiction JurisdictionTO jurisdictionTO JurisdictionTO
TO PART WITH 21 PLAYERS PLAYERSPlttNlinrB PLAYERSPlttKlmrJ PLAYERSPittabung
PlttNlinrB Would Give All of Them Themnnd Tllemnnel Themand
and More Iore for Three Star StarPittsburg StarPlttMburg StarsPittabung
Pittsburg Pa Dee 9 9Preefdeat President Bar Barney Baraer Barnay ¬
nay Dreyfus of the t Pittsburg Baseball BaseballClub Ba BaseballClub eball eballClub
Club will ask waivers on twentyone of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fortythree players BOW under re reserve rEI rEIHe resere ¬
serve He will Also try to secure three threenew threeDeW threenew
new players evidently diamond stars of ofgreat otgreat ofgreat
great magnitude He said today in par parrying parTYhtr parrybig ¬
rying a question as to their identity that thathe thatbe thathe
he would give all of the twentyone tweat oJ men menPittsburg menPltta menPlttaburg
Pittsburg Pltta urg will part with several others othersi others5beslde
5beslde i ue e > an and a cash consideration ff nec necessary nooe8SiUY necemary ¬
essary to secure the three men he wish wishes VtIshto wishes ¬
es to don Pirate uniforms In ISO ISOOf 14f 14fOt l9TOf
Of the Plttsburg players under reserve reservesixteen r reservesixteen ene eneaLueen
sixteen are pitchers plteher not including includingLefty I in ludlng ludlngLetty ludlngLofty
Lefty Mcllveen who plays lit the out outfield outhid outfield ¬
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