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PLAOORFOLKTODAY PLAOORFOLKTODAYNationals PLAY NORFOLK TODAY TODAYNationals TODAYNationals
Nationals in First Exhibi Exhibition Exhibitio Exhibition
tion tio Game of Season SeasonBOB SeasonBOB SeasonBOB
BOB GROOM COMES TO TERMS TEEMSXnnlcy TERMSLanky TERMSi1nnlzy
Lanky Twirler and McAleer Reach HenehUnderstanding RenchUnderstanding ReachVnderatandlng
Understanding Regarding Contract ContractFigures ContrnctFlguresSlnbmnn ContractFigurcS1abman
FlguresSlnbmnn Figures Slabman Allowed to Let JLetOut LetOut LetOut
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will play pIa their first exhibition game of ofthe otthe orthe
the year against Norfolk tomorrow tomorrowITcAIear tomorrowMcAleer tomorrowMcAleer
McAleer took the team out for morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing and afternoon practice today to day The Theweather Theweather Theweather
weather wa waa w flne in the morning and andthe nndthe nudthe
the workout was to the liking of the themanager themanftger themanager
manager But in the afternoon it had hadgrown hadgrown ad adgrown
grown cool and the players did not ex exert exut cxcrt ¬
crt themselves them lve Pitchers Ohl and andun ber berlin r r11n
lin threw to the batters In the morning morningand morningand morningand
and Walker Helsllng and Gray in the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon The pitchers pl hen had b Al good speed speedand speedand speedand
and were allowed to u use o it more freely freelythan freelythan freelythan
than heretofore They ward 81 allowed to toput toput toput
put a few kina and bends in their da daliveries de delIverle8 doliveries
liveries too tooBob tooBob tooBob
Bob Groom did not pitch to the bats batsmen batsmen batsmen ¬
men today although he was at the thepark thepark thepark
park both morning and afternoon He Hewarmed Hewarmed Bewarmed
warmed up hitting ilies fIie to the outfielders outfieldersMcAleer outfteldersMcAleer outftoldersMeAleer
McAleer said tonight that Groom and andthe andthe andthe
the club have come to an understanding understandingand
and there will b IN no trouble between betweenthem b betweenthem tween tweenthem
them Groom probably has not signed signedyet signedyet signedyet
yet but seems to bo b on the best of ofterms otterms ofterms
terms with McAleer Business matterswere matters matterswere matterswere
were talked over between the two as they theywalked tbeywalked theywalked
walked from the park tf to t the hotel this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon afternoonCharlie afternoonCharlie afternoonCharlie
Charlie Street again reported for prac practice practice practico ¬
tice today The swelling e111nc in his ankle anklehas ank ankhas snkiehas
has disappeared He did no catching or orthrowing orthrowing orthrowing
throwing to bases but took his turn at atbat atbat atbat
bat and warmed up tb the pitchers Killifer Killiferwas KilUCerWas Killiferwas
was not allowed to go to the park parkTrainer pulLTrainer parkTrainer
Trainer Quirk thought it beat for him to torest tore torest
rest re t a day da or two more more and McAleer McAleertold McAleertold McAleertold
told him to remain at the hotel His Hissore H Hsore Hissore
sore ankle is doing do1n nicely nicelyMcAleer nleel nleelMcAleer nicelyMcAleer
McAleer likes Uk the snap and enthusiasm enthusiasmwith cnthuiumwith enthusiasmwith
with which the th Nationals Nat go at their theirpractice theirpractice theirpractice
practice It is a winning wt spirit which whichthey whichthey bieb biebthey
they are evincing according to th thager the man manager manager
ager and he expects expec it to count for forsomething forsomething forsomethIng 1
something when the season aon opens opensThird OpeftLThird opensThird
Third Baseman aeman Yohe will m leave th thsquad the thesquad Uisquad
squad tomorrow A deal has been con concluded COIteluded eonciuded ¬
eluded which will transfer him to Ken Kansas Raasas Kensas ¬
sas City He has no objection to going goingthere pblgthere o1ng o1ngthere
there and expects expee to do good work Cftk this thisseason 0111Is thisseason
season s a80n He is a good ball player but buthe uthe butbe
he was not needed with the Washington Washingtonclub Washingtonclub Wuhlngtonclub
club clubGEOBGETOWIT i iGEORGETOWN SGEORGETOWN
GEORGETOWN OPENS SEASON SEASONIHlHoppcrH SEASONIIIIItoppcrH SEASONililltoppers
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The Georgetown University baseball baseballseason baseball5e4S0n baseballseason
season will be Inaugurated this afternoon afternoonwhen afternoonwhen afternoonwhen
when the Blu Blue and Gray aggregation attr fatlon will willcross willcross willcross
cross bats with the Maryland Agricul Agriculture Agrlcultue Agriculture ¬
ture nine The contest t will be started startedpromptly startedpromptly startedpromptly
promptly at 4 oclock and as it will be bethe bethe bethe
the first real game to take place in the theDistrict theDistrIct theDistrict
District a large crowd Is expected to be beon beon beon
on hand handManager handManager handManager
Manager Brown has everything in read readiness readIness readmess ¬
iness for the occasion and the men are areanxious aroanxious areamious
anxious to start the Ieson season with a large largeeized largefized largesized
sized victory The gamo this afternoon afternoonwill afternoonwlll afternoonwill
will give the followers of tho Blue and andGray andGray andGray
Gray a chance to get a good line on the thateam theteam thetram
team team which many think not up to the thastandard thestandard thestandard
standard of Georgetowns teams in the theist thepas thepast
pas past pasttItlI ist istUntil
pas1nm Until last year the Hllltoppers have havofound bnyofound havefcund
found the Farmers armers an easy 8ftS opponent but batduring butduring butduring
during the past season M 1L A A C put up upa upa upa
a great game and came near getting gettingaway gettingaway gettingaway
away with the scalp of tho locals This Thisyear Thisyear Thisyear
year nothing much Is known of them but butit butIt butIt
it is safe sateo fc to > say that they will not be an aneasy anfasy aneasy
easy mark and a good game can be look looked looked looked ¬
ed for forTho fJrTho forThe
Tho complete lineup at the Georgetown Georgetownteam Georgetownteam Georgetownteam
team has not been
decided upon as asmany asman asmans
many man of the candidates will bo tried In Insome Insome insome
some of the doubtful positions This Thismuch Thismlch Thismich
much is certain that Balzer will pitch pitchMenefee pitchlIendee pitchMenefee
Menefee catch caleb Poanan at first Sitterdlng Sitterdlngat
at third and Capt Murphy and Duggan Dugganin
in the field fieldRonnokc fieldRoano fieldRoanoke
Roanoke Roano c QIalms Pitcher PitcherLynchburg PitcJlerLIlchbufS PitcherLynchburg
Lynchburg Va March lSThe Roa Roanoke Roonoke Reanoke
noke team will make a claim for t r th thservices the theservles theserviees
services of Pitcher Gohring the N Now NGWYork NowYork w wYork
York twirler Gahrfng two years ago agosigned agosigned agosigned
signed with the th Roanoke team and did didnot didnot didnot
not report He was suspended and and it Is Isclaimed Isclaimed Isclaimed
claimed Roanoka RCMl oko has never lost title to tothe tothe tothe
the player playerThe playerThe playerThe
The Giants pulled off a triple play in inpractice InpractIce Inpractice
practice the other day dayQUALITY dayr dayQUALITY dayfIIALTY
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p Palm Im Beach FIn March 18 18The The four fourday tourday fourday
day regatta of the Palm Beach Power PowerBoat PowerBoat PowerBoat
Boat Association on Lake Worth came to toa tosuccessful toa
a successful close today with a 1035mile 1035mileendurance 1035ml1oenduauco 1035mileendurance
endurance race for all boats over thirty thirtymiles thirtymllos thirtymiles
miles speed as the chief attraction The TheDewey TheDewey TheDewey
Dewey driven driven by Charles A A Clark and andowned andowned andowned
owned by W E Coxemans of Jackson Jacksoni Jacksonille JacksonfiIe
i vllle s fiIe was tho first over the finishing line linewith Unewith linewith
with the Jack Rabbit second one mile milebehind milebehind milebehind
behind and the Eaugallio owned and anddriven anddriven nd nddrIven
driven by George Houghton third thirdA thirdA thirdA
A cup prize valued at 500 500 was won wonoutright wonoutrJght wonoutright
outright by the winning boat besides a aleg aleg aeg
leg l eg on the Palm Beach grand prize val valued valied w wuad ¬
ued t at 2500 25CO In gold which has to be won wontwice WOntwice WOntwice
twice by the same owner before becoming becominghis becominghis becominghis
his property propertyHIGH lIfOpertyHIGH propertyHIGH
HIGH SCHOOL BESTS BANKERS BANKERSCentral BAliKERSCentg11 BAHKERSCentral
Central Centg11 Team Defeats American Se Security See Seeurity Security ¬
curity and and Trust Company CompanyContest CompanyGonteat CompanyContest
Contest Only Goes Goc for Five FIy Innings InningsScore InnluSScore
Score 7 to 5 tSLlneup Tjlneup Changed ChangedDuring OlmngedDurIng ChangedDnring
During the Game GameCentral GameCootral GameCentral
Central High School yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon d defeated f ated the American Security and andTrust andTrust andTrust
Trust Company in a fiveinning game by bythe bythe bYthe
the score of 7 to 5 The tendency of the thobankers thQbflnkers thebankers
bankers team to tumble tho ball was wasall wasall wasall
all that marred a a wellplayed game for forthe torthe forthe
the beginning of the season It was the theCentral theCentral theCentral
Central teams first prearranged game gameas gnmeas gameas
as well as the trust companys and both bothcoaches bothcoache bothcoaches
coaches made several changes In their theirlineup theirUneup theirlineup
lineup before tho close of tho game gameTaggurt gameTaggart gameTaggart
Taggart opened the game on the slab slabfor slnbtor slabfor
for the losers with Adams in tho box boxtor boxtor boxbr
tor Central The former displayed better bettercontrol bettercontrol bettercontrol
control than his opponent and in tho thofirst thoftrst theftrst
ftrst three innings struck oat four men menand monand menand
and gave only onl two free passes while the theCentral theCentral theCentral
Central southpaw only caused < aused one lone lonebatsman lonebatsman lonebateman
batsman to fan the air and issued three threetrips threetrips threetripe
trips to the initial bag Burrall was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken off third base in the fourth inning inningand lonlngand inningand
and put on the mound while Acton took tookup tookup tookup
up the work for the high school team teamThe teamThe teamThe
The latter completely outclassed the thebankers thobAnk81S thebankers
bankers twirler striking out four of the theopposing theoppo theopng
opposing oppo tng batamen while Burrall failed failedto tailedto failedto
to fool any of his men menKing menKIng menKing
King played a a good ood game on first for forthe forthe
the winners and the work of West Westbehind Vest
behind tho bat was the boat for the trust trustcompanys truatcompanTs
companys team BoYkin who played playedshortstop playedshortstop
shortstop for the losers seemed unable unableto Unablto unabhto
to find tho ball when h he needed neo ed it most mostfumbling mostfumbling mostfumbling
fumbling four out of the six chances chancesthat chancothat chancesthat
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WALTER W IV4 ALTER L TER JOHNSON WILL BE BEIN BE7N
IN IN CAPITAL CA PITA L IN A A FEW FE W DAYS DA YS YSHe Y YHe I
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He Expects to Adjust Salary Question Without WithoutTrouble WithoutTroubleSpeaks Wit hou houTroubleSpeaks
Trouble TroubleSpeaks Speaks Highly of Hendricks HendricksAltizer HendricksAltizer HendricksAltizer
Altizer Goes to Minneapolis s
By WILLIAM PEET PEETThe PEETThe FEETThe
The Washington Heralds exclusive exclusivestory exclusivestory exclusivestory
story Wednesday morning that WaIter WalterJohnson WaIterJohn WaiterJohnson
John Johnson on had refused to sign his con contract contract contract ¬
tract and would report here In ina a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days Is borne out in fri a a letter received receivedfrom rcceIYedtrom receivedfrom
from the big twirler by the writer Tlter la last laatnight lastnight t tnight
night nightThe nightTho nightThe
The Washington Herald also stated statedthat statodthat statedthat
that Johnson was in no sense a holdout holdoutand holdoutand holdoutand
and that when he showed showodup up for a con conference conference conference ¬
ference with President Noyes N yes the little littlematter littlematter littlematter
matter of salary woulfi be quickly ad adjusted adjusted adjueted ¬
justed Johnson has a few kind words wordsof wordsot wordsof
of praise for Pitcher Bill Hendricks Hendrickswhom HendrIckswhom Hendrickswhom
whom he signed for the local crew crewWalters crewW crewWalters
Walters W 1tors letter which is selfexplana selfexplanatory selfexplanatory soifexplanatory
tory follows
followsCoffeyrille
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Wltkn Poet Poet Sporting Editor The Th Washington WashingtonHmld WI15hin1onlltnld Washingtonfletld
Hmld HmldFrieed lltnldPrlelJd fletldFrind
Frieed Pact I intended to bare mitten you youscatter Ittbut na nasooner
scatter but have Jaa been laid uo in bed with a sertre sertreattack 5emeattack semreattack
attack of grip As AsW1 you know I have bought a farm farmhere fmnIt farmkere
here It and hope to realize on it handsomely I am amBoteg amgobtg amMDgin
Boteg MDgin to Washington Wathlngtoeina in a few fewdays days for era a talk talkutth talkutthMr with withMr withlr
Mr lr NOSe bout my contract I have not slgued up upa upa
a 81 yet ret tat feel f1Ure sure that we can fix things all a1ltigbt a1ltigbtI right rightI igbtI
I want to My a few f woords about Bill Hendricks Hendricksthe HeDdricksthe USedrickstkep4ttheI
the tkep4ttheI pHcbetf I recefflnwoded reeemeudedandeJgnedor and signed for the thea theattoIa Xa XatfeMla a atlena1
tfeMla Hendrieks i k going to school out in Call California CallfQ1 Coilornis ¬
fornia and says 111 he cannot report until the latter latterpart latterpan latterjart
part of June He Is a big feHowbiggor than me meand me meahd meand
and oaly oe1 idnetcm years Nts old I beHero he will make makea
a omckerjack pitcb vitell < r Like myself and a lot of ofolhws ofetMnt ofothers
others he dooMt know how to field his hi position positionbat IXJS1tlon1M positionba
bat this is his hi fint t year sr in fast eoapony and ke keeerUinly 110eeriaiat1 haearialnl
eerUinly earialnl twM twirled d great t ball lit wteter tei I fed eel sure surethat urotat sueIhit
that with a little csperonce ho wQl be as good as asany uUJ asas
any as of UMBI in Ute American League LeagueSeveral 1 arueSer LeagueSereral
Several Ser dote out on n the Coast C aAt tried t od to g get t Vm Vmhot him himmat himbut
hot be has never been away aa from home and wants wantato nntt wantsto
to go with our dub because he knows me Aman Amanfron A tman tmanfNIB mau maum
fron m the Loa AngcJea team came down to Santa SantaAura mtlA SahtaAssm
Aura A twin and was coins goin to got Hendricks for the thePMbitMiia t1leIlJl thePMicdkla
PMbitMiia IlJl ldlllala Nationals NaU nab bat I told him that he fo bo boSo boises
Joai ises to WaaWagton BIrton so he didat did t try to talk talkwitk talkwitk talkwith
witk tiM bar Ix at aU U and even if ho had it would wouldhaw wonkMftl wouldI
haw I done M good for the Phillies could not have havepaid hATeJIIIId harepeki
paid him owHgfa IMI money to go with thorn as they theyare thqa the theZN
are all stranger stn tr3ss en I am sure the Washington fans fanswflt ranswm fanswill
will like Ilk him him and if I didnt bilieve ha would wouldmate rouldmalie rouIdmaha
mate good I would not bare signed him up upHojiteg upI1g upUe4sg
Hojiteg to see you soon soon I remain remainYoun remainYOI1I3 rennainYours
Yours truly trulyWALTER tnlbW treibWALTEI1
WALTER W ALTER JOHNSON JOHNSONFrom JOHNSONFrbm JOHNSONFrbm
From Frbm the tone of oItho tho foregoing letterWalter letter letterWalter letterWalter
Walter Johnson is heart and soul for forthe forthe forthe
the Nationals and while he thinks he is isworth Isworth Isworth
worth more money he is not going to toget toget toget
get peevish or act stubborn if the club clubowners clubowners clubowners
owners do not quite come up to his de demands deIIUlnds denmnds ¬
mands for the reason reason that the club clubowners clubowners clubowners
owners are going to make Walter per perfectly pertecUy perfeetly ¬
fectly satisfied with conditionsThe conditionsThe conditions conditionsThe
The Washington Heralds Norfolk cor corrosponrlent corrospamient corrosporrdent
rosponrlent had a talk with Bob Groom Groomlast Groomlast Groomlast
last night and sent sent the thefollowlng following mes message message suessage ¬
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with a guarantee to tosell tosell tosell
sell you the best hat hatyou hatyou i iyou
you ever owned at the theprice thepriceanq thepriceand
price priceanq and it will be bethe bethe bethe
the hat suitable for foryou foryou foryou
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Prices start at 2 2A 2i 2A
A matchless line at 3 3Renowned 3Renowned 3Renowned
Renowned Stetsons at 350 350to 350to 350to
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baseball team opened the baseball basebaU50n baseballeason
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Inton School for Boys nine 27 T to 13 in Inragged n nIi
ragged game gameBoth tameBoth gameBoth
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lIsi WIZ Ktewitfcw KW Kftber r SsMai S and Swxlgrass
said tonight I have not yet signed a aWashington aWashington aWashington
Washington contract but expect to do doso doso doso
so Have not yet et fixed It up with Mc McAleer MclUcer McAleer ¬
Aleer Expect to closd clos with him between betweennow betweennow betweennow
now and Sunday I 11Ieo see ee no trouble ahead aheadbut ahendbut aheadbut
but should there be bewhy why I might mlg t Just Justgo justgo justgo
go home homeIn homeIn homeIn
In passing It might be well to note notethat notethat notethat
that Mr Robert Groom will 1U also find findmatters findmatters findmatters
matters settled to his complete satisfac satisfaction mtisCactlon atIsfaction ¬
tion and Its up to him to deliver the thegoods thegoods thegoods
goods goodsThe goodsThe goodsThe
The following wire came from Chicago Chicagolast Chicagolast Chicagolast
last night Dave Altizer utility first firstbaseman firstba firstbaseman
baseman ba man and outfielder of the White WhiteSoxs WhiteSoxs WhiteSoxs
Soxs squad left Los Angeles last night nightfor nIghttor nightfor
for Des Moines where Wh lre he will Join the theMinneapolis tQcMinneopolts theMinneopolts
I Minneopolts team of the American Asso Association Mooelation ¬
elation having been released relc8Sd to the theMillers theMillers theMillers
Millers MillersGood MillersGood MillersGood
Good news from Youngstown Presi President President President ¬
dent T Noyes stated that a telegram telegramfrom telcgramtram telegramfrom
from Pitcher Roy Witherup who had hadbeen 11 hadbeen d dbeon
been sent on to consult Bonesetter Reese Reesethe Reesethe Reesethe
the famous specialist announced that the thebig thebig thebig
big twirler had only twisted a ligament ligamentin
in his arm and that in a few days he hewould hewould hewould
would Join the Nationals again and by bycareful bycaroful bycareful
careful work would be able to perform performjust performjust performJust
just as well in the box as if nothing
had happened happenedWarrenton happenedTnrrcnton happenedTflrrenton
Warrenton Drag Hunt HuntSpedsl HuntS HuntSprcdai
Spedsl S to The Washington HeraldWarrenton HevtId HevtIdWarrenton Herald HeaidWarrenton
Warrenton Va March 18 18A A special specialdrag specialdrag specialdrag
drag was ridden this afternoon by the themembers themembers themembers
members of the Warrenton Hunt Club In Inspite Inspite Inspite
spite of the good weather the field was wassmall wassmall wassmall
small small The jumping umplng was big and all allplank allplank allplank
plank fences but over smooth nice nicecountry nicecountry nicecountry
country countryMiss countryMiss countryMiss
Miss Mabel Flynn on Lagl Laglon was the theonly theonly theonly
only woman out and finished well up up
Messrs W S Sowers G E Stone Roy
Adamson Mr Wyelhe Wye he C H Smith SmithW SmithW SmithW
W F Wilbur and and J K Maddux were werethe werethe werethe
the field fieldlargest fieldLargest fieldLargest
largest Morning Circulation CirculationAlways CirculationAlways CirculationAlways
Always the Same SameTharps SameTharps SameTharps
Tharps TharpsBerkeley TharpsBerkeley TharpsBerkeley
Berkeley Rye RyeBIS
BIS s1 F Street sutet W NW W Phone Mata 1141 1141DeclA1 U43necli4 14U j
Soeclnl DeclA1 Private Deliver Del1venj
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FLORIDA TRACKS BAD BADTrainers BADTrainers AD ADTrainers
Trainers Springing Yarns Yarnsthat Yarns111at Yarnsthat
that Condemn Promoters PromotersALL Proll1ote18ALL PromotersALL
ALL GRAFT CLEAR THROUGH THROITGHOwner THROUGHOwner THROUGHOwner
Owner Call Calls Treatment of Honest HonestIlornemcn lIon HonestHorsemen cst cstI1orlemcn
Horsemen lu Florida Blot Upon UponIlnclng UponRnclng UponRacing
Racing Which Cannot Be Erased ErasedSny ErnctSn EraseilSays
Sny Sn Says Its All the Property of Cer Certain Ccrtnlu Certam ¬
tain tam Exclusive Kings KingsNew lUngNew lUngsNew
New York March 18Methods pt CFIOr ofFlOrida CFIOrIdn JFlor JFlorIda
Ida race track promoters were discussed discussedby discussedby discussedby
by some of the trainers atGravesend at Gravesend to today today today ¬
day and several turfmen who ho have just justarrived justn justarrived
arrived n lved here with their their horses told In Interesting Interesting Interestlng ¬
teresting yarns oarns They are are killing the thegoose thegoose thegoose
goose that laid the golden oIden egg down downthercr downtherf downthoro
thercr said one of the th horse owners who whowill whowlllracf whowill
will wlllracf race at Aqueduct and It will not notbe notbe notbe
be long before thera Is nq O racing at all allIn allIn au auIn
In Florida Its all becauw two or three threemen th threemen ce cemon
men have hogged the game from every everyangle everyangle everyangle
angle angleNot angleNot angleNot
Not satisfied with collecting a big rev revenue revenue revenue ¬
enue from bookmakers In addition to togate togate togate
gate receipts paid by the public those thosepromoters thosepromoters thosepromoters
promoters have wrung money out of Jock Jockeys jockeys jockeys ¬
eys and trainers by fining them heavily heavilyfor hoovU hoovUfor heavilyor
for or trivial offenses and even have com compelled compellcd cornpolled ¬
polled them to pajne pa payesorb1tant orbltant rates for foreating foroatlng foreating
eating their meals at the race track trackkitchen trackkitchen trackkitchen
kitchen kitchenGrittt
Grhft ut Ifcttingr If il tUIlg Game GameTheyve GnmeTheyve GameTheyve
Theyve also been in with another anotherpart anotherpart anotherpart
part of o the game gamethe the betting and theyve theyvegot theyvegot theyvegot
got the money too Its a Ii cinch to own owna owna owna
a race track control bookmakers horses horsesand horsosand horsesand
and Jockeys and then put down the thechecks thechecks thechecks
checks in the right spot oh Its also luck luckwhen luckwhen luckwhen
when the starter lets an educated horse horseoff borseort horseoff
off running while the others are as good goodas goodas goodas
as left ut the barrier No wonder book bookmakers bookmakers bookmakers ¬
makers and others not in tho play are aretaking firctaking aretaking
taking the pledge never to go to the land landof landot landOf
of orange groves again Why the rank rankand rankand rankand
and file are all broke and will bo lucky luckyto luckyto luckyto
to get out of Florida with the price of a ameal ameal ameal
meal ticket ticketAVorst ticketort ticketWorst
Worst ort Conditions Ever lCno1T11SUCh KnownSuch Known KnownSuch
Such conditions wor were or never known to toprevail toproVflIl toprevail
prevail at Guttenburg Gloucester Iron IronHill IronHllJ IronHill
Hill and other sure thing tracks yet yetthere yetthere yetthere
there is isnobody nobody but the lawmakers and andprosecuting andprosecuting andprosecuting
prosecuting authorities in Florida who whocan wjio wjiocan e ecan
can put a stop to them It is easy to toee toeenow 4fiee 4fieenow see seenow
now why those rmc race track dictators put putinto putinto putInto
into effect a rule prohibiting criticism of ofthe otthe ofthe
the methods in vogue and why oven out outspoken outspokon outspoken ¬
spoken women wOTen have been ruled off for forsaying fOrsalng forsaying
saying too much The Jockey Club in the thointerests theInterests theInterests
interests of racing should at least make makean makean makean
an investigation of the o proceedings if ifonly Itonly Ifonly
only to fix the blame and bar the guilty guiltyones guUt guUtones guiltyfrom
ones from the New York tracks The Thetreatment Thetreatment Thetreatment
treatment Of honest horsemen ltorsOmen in Florida Floridais
is a blot upon racing which can never be beerased betrnsed beerased
It ItBASEBALL
erased
BASEBALL NOTES NOTESAND NOTESAND NOTESAND
AND COMMENT COMMENTPresident COMMENTPresident
4 4President
President John T Brush has gone South Southto Southto Southto
to watch his Giants train trainBilly traInDill trainBilly
Billy Dill Bergen the Brooklyn catcher Is Iswearing Iswearing iswearing
wearing shinguards this season seasonTim seasonTim seasonTim
Tim Jordan Wheat beat Lutnloy and Ulrleh Ulrlehare Ulrlebare Uiriehare
are on the Superb Superbu crippled list UstHarry listlInrr listarry
Harry lInrr arry Lumley is still un too ill to take part partin partIn pertin
in the Superbas practice at Hot Springs SpringsPitcher SpringsPitcher SpringsPitcher
Pitcher George Mullln of the Tigers Tigerssays TigerssnY8 Tigerssays
says he never had a sore arm in his life lifeLucky IICeLucky lifeLucky
Lucky George GeorgeThere GeorgeThere GeorgeThere
There are five Pennsylvania boys on onthe1 onth onthe
the th Brooklyn team teamBell Bell Daubert Des Dessau DaBsau Dessell ¬
sau Hummell and Knetzer KnetzerOutfielder Knelzer KnelzerOutfielder KnetzerOutfielder
Outfielder Kommors has rejoined the theGiants theGiants theGiants
Giants He has been be l called to St St Louis Louison Louison Louison
on account of tho lllnosa of his wife wlteDetroIt wifeDetroit vlfe vlfeDetroit
Detroit scribes say that young Simmons Simmonsworks Simmonsworks Simmonsworks
works something like Hans Wagner WagnerSomething WagnerSomething WagnerSomething
Something like Is not very definite definiteThe definiteThe definiteThe
The average height of the Brooklyn Brooklynteam BrooklIlteam Brooklynteam
team is 5 feet 10 and the average weight weightIi
174 Ii pounds Average age twentysix twontyslxyears twentysixyenrs twentysixyears
years I
George Mullin says the Detroit recruits recruitsare recruitsarc recruitsare
are the best he has ever seen George Georgehas Georgehns Georgehas
has looked over a few of them in his histime histlm histime
time timeCleveland tlm timeCleveland
tlmCleveland
Cleveland thinks with Clarke Bomls BomlsEasterly DomlsE1sterl BomisEistorly
Easterly and Higgins it Is better equip equipped equIpped equipped ¬
ped behind the bat than any other club clubin clubIn clubin
in the American League LeagueFred LeagueFred LeagueFred
Fred Tenney Is practicing at first base basewith basewUh basewith
with tho Giants ana It is questionable questionablewhether questionablewhether questionablewhether
whether McGraw will ill depend upon him himwhen hImWhen himwhen
when tho real fight starts startsIt startsIt startsIt
It is said that Indianapolis has first call callon ca1lon callon
on Detroits surplus players and Roches Rochester Rochester Rochester ¬
ter will get second call Rochester would wouldllkn wouldlIkA wouldlikn
llkn to have Simmons back backGriffith backGritnth backGriffith
Griffith nays tho Reds will be stronger strongerthan strongerthan strongerthan
than last year ear in left field third base baseand baseand baseand
and shortstop Hans Lobert is playing playinggreat plaYinggrent playinggreat
great ball at the off corner
The White Sox sick list Is growing Billy BillySullivan BUlySullivan BillySullivan
Sullivan ran a rusty nail In his right foot footCollins foot footCollins footCollins
Collins has a wrenched ankle Block has hasfever hasfever hasfever
fever Zeider is in bed bed and several others othersare othersare othersare
are complaining complainingBill complainIngBIU
Bill Dahlen is thirtyeight years old oldThe oldThe oldTue
The next oldest Superba Is Irving Wll Wllhelm Wiihelm Vll Vllhelm
helm thirtytwo Bell Bergen and Sen Sentelle Sentelle Sentelie
telle are thirty Catcher John Kling Klingaged KUngaged Klingaged
aged nineteen Is the kid of tho Brooklyn Brooklynoutfit Brooklyhoutfit Brooklyisoutfit
outfit outfitDode outfitDode outfitDade
Dode Criss of the St St Louis Browns is istoo istoo Istoo
too lazy and has too much money to ever everbecome everbecome everbecome
become a great ball player according to toFrank toFrank toFrank
Frank Ward of Trout La the man who whois whoIs whoIs
is largely responsible for Dodos career careeron careeron careeron
on the diamond dlamondClev diamondCleveland Cleveland land Exchange ExchangeDel ExchangeDel ExchangeDel
Del Howard the Chicago Cub who re refused retused refused ¬
fused to play with the Louisville club to towhich towhich towhich
which he was recently sold may be made mademanager madem mademanager
manager m nager of the Colonels says a recent re report report report ¬
port from Chicago Owner Owner Grayson Is Issaid Issaid issaid
said to have promised Howard the birth birthnext birthnext birthnext
next year If he will get into the game gamethis gamethis gamethis
this season seasonBill seaaonBUI seasonBill
Bill Carrigan catcher of the Boston Red RedSox RedSox RedSox
Sox refuses to be vaccinated He fears It Itmight itmight Itmight
might Injure his arm and says a catcher catchercannot catchercannot catchercannot
cannot afford to have either arm lame lameMindful lame1I1udtul lameMindful
Mindful of the Yankees smallpox scare scarelast scarelast scarelast
last year the Boston club ordered all allplayers allplayers allplayers
players to be vaccinated Carrigan was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the only one not to to comply complyThe complyThe complyThe
The bean ball is a popular one with withseveral withseveral withseveral
several of the Cleveland pitchers By Bybean Bybean Bybean
bean ball is meant a fast f t ball rmed rmedat jilrnedat aimed aimedat
at the head of o the opposing batsman It Itdrives Itdrives Itdrives
drives him back from the plate and gen generally generally generally ¬
erally prevents him hlht from taking a step or orso orso orso
so In 1nfrcnt front of the plate In an n effort eftortto to hit hittha hitthe hitthe
the ball out T betore > etoro the curve breaks tJre2ks
1
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i Because B cause Just Try to Match It ItThe ItSaks ItSaks
Saks The Th material mat rial is strictly ALL WOOL Unfinished UnfinishedWorsted UnfinishedI
15 15Worsted I 5 F Worsted either in Plain Black or in Oxford Gray And Andit AndTop Andlop
Top it it is lined throughout with sUk silkGUARANTEED GUARANTEED SILK SILKThis SILKCoat
J
Co Coat t This grade of fabric f briclined lined ordinarily would be a very verygood verythe 1 1the
the good value for 15 Lined with silk sillS its a splendid value valuefor vaIueBest vlueBest
Best for 20 All sizes sizest sizesFifteen v vi vFifteen j jI jFifteen
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Fifteen Dollars DollarsThe
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VANDERBILTS HORSES BEST BESTTake BESTTake BESTTake
Take First in Four Races at Paris ParisTrack ParisTrack ParisTrack
Track TracklUIItonnlre Track3lilllonaires i iMillionaires
I
Millionaires Entries Win W In Top Top31oncy Top31oncyI Money Moneyin 3lofleyl
in I Contests for Parses of of24OOO
24000 Francs FrancsParis FtnncaDarl FrancaParis
Paris Darl March 1STV K K Vanderbilfs Vanderbilfshorses Vanderblltshorses Vanderbiltshorses
horses won four races at the Maisons MaisonsLafltte MaisonsLafitte al ns nsLafitte
Lafitte course today toda Hs Hls Prestissimo Prestissimowon PresUssimowo pres9ssimo pres9ssimowoii
won wo woii the Prix Vlllochetlvo his Clatterfoot Clatterfootcarried Clattertoot Clattertootcarried Clatterfootcarried
carried off the Prix Andre Andre of 1C08 franos franostha trancsthe franosth
the th same owners Ramesceum walked oft oftwith oftwith offwith
with the Prix Calllstratc of 8000 francs francsand francsand francsand
and Oversight won the 10000 francs fran s z Prix do daSaint doSaint doSaint
Saint Pair du Mont MontThe MontThe MontThe
The race for the Prix Vlllechatlve of
5000 francs was won by W V K K Vander Vanderbilfs VanderbUts Vandeahilts ¬
bUts His lls Prestissimo Prests lmo ridden by Frankle FrankleONeill Frankie0Nolll FrankleONeill
ONeill There were six starters Ed Edmund Edmund Edmend ¬
mund Blancs Taupln rIdden by Stern Sternwas Sternwas Sternwas
was second and M Lomarols Comme CommeLaquo CommeLaquo CommeLaquo
Laquo on which OConnor had the mount mountwag mountwaa mountwas
wag third thirdThe thirdThe thirdThe
The race for the Prix CalHstrate of ofSOOO
SOOO francs was won by Mr Vanderbilfs VanderbilfsRamesseum VanderblltsRame9Seum VandorbtitsBamesseum
Ramesseum ridden by ONeill Veil VeilPioards VeilPIoardg VeilPloardS
Pioards Matlfan was second and Braq Braqtiasacus Braqtb5ecus Braqtbsacus
tiasacus Caton third Only three horses horsesran horsesrAn horsesran
ran Bollhouse rode Matifan and Clout Clouthad Clouthad Clouthad
had the leg over Caton CatonTho CatonThe CatonThe
The Prix de Saint Pair du Mont for for10lxi0
10000 francs tran s was won by Mr Vander Vanderbiits Vanderbllts Vanderhilts
hilts Oversight with Frankle l ONeill ONeillstill ONeillUl ONeilltili
still tili Ul on the job Mr BemOndS Ronde de deNuit deNut doNut
Nut ridden by Henry Henr was second and andM andM andM
M Leuyllors Joie over which Chllds had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the leg ran third Six horses ran ranThe ranThe ranThe
The Prix Andre was for 1000 francs francsVanderbilts francsVanderbllts francsVanderbilts
Vanderbilts Clatterfoot finished first firstguided flrst flrstguided firstguided
guided by Bona Nixons Coppellta ridden riddenby riddenby riddenby
by Bartholomew was vas vas second and Le Lenoirs Le Lenolrs Lenoirs
noirs Spring Wheat on which Boumen Boumenhad Doumanhad Doumonhad
had tho mount mount was third There were wereten wereten wereten
ten starters
JACKSONVILLE RESULTS RESULTSFIRST RESULTSFIRST RESULTSFIRST
FIRST RACE 1IACSlx 81x > Sr and onehalf fartOBgs Co Comedienne Ceardlenne ¬
medienne K6 1 6 Burns 3 to 5 wa Mozart MS MSMoss 155Menu
Moss 11 13 to 1 second Fkrney MB X Obert 9 to toth1nL
2 third Time 12135 I21 1fi13 S Coquetta Pedigree Ccgen CcgenLlsta CogeeLists
Lists Bitter Miss Lorimer and Away also ran ranSECOND ranSECO ranSECOND
SECOND SECO 1 UACEFiTe furlongs Cten Bewfcey
its Powers 8 to 1 1 won On Autumn Rose KM Obortl Olart
7 to 2 eecood Monaml lOG Wilson 15 to I thkd thkdTime UdrdTime thiniTIme
Time 1OT35 11FT 35 35 Catne Ca ke > Cbonskin Briaritts St StDonloJ St
DonloJ 1 Tom ODonnell Era Taasuay Lucctta Ger Gernado Ocrmile
nado Lottie Darr and Whim also a1 ran ranTHIRD ranTHJnD ranTHIRD
THIRD RACEOno ItACE < ne and OMrixtceath OO IUtceBth mUm Zy Zymolo Zymolo Zymole
molo 105 Daris 12 1 to 1 won Col Jot Jot 107 Burns BurnsS
8 to 1 8cot armed d Ten Paces Palm 10T 10 Wilson Sllsc 7 to 2 2third 2 2third
third Time 14325 148 1 45 25 Sticker Unirerse Sylph aad aadMarys aadMarys andMarys
Marys Lamb also ran ranFOURTH ranFOURTH ranFOURTH
FOURTH RACEOno mile Ozerlne 110 Mori Nl 1
9 to 1 mm Fulfill Ire MusgraveK uoogran 13 to 5 50 second eeoondArondack 6eOOOOArondack secondArondack
Arondack 1M Bergen 7 to M third Time
110 33 Crossover Crosso er and Vcneta Strom also ran ranFIFTH ran ranFIFTH ranFIFTH
FIFTH RACE lUesOne One mile and eeventy Be ntv yards yardsMoles UIbIoIesey yards3ToZeey
Moles IoIesey y 106 1 Henry 18 to 5 5 won J II IL Reed Ill IllXicol U1Xioot UINice
Nice 7 to 5 second Goloonda 105 Bums 6 to
1 1 third Time 115 I 45 M 5 Toison dOr Plume Plumestringency PlumeatrlDcncr Plumestrthrem3
stringency and Sir Cotcsby also ran ranSIXTH ranSIXm ranSIXTH
SIXTH RACEOne mile and tercnty yards yardsMerry Jaroterry yardsMerry
Merry Gift 100 Adams 4 to 1 won St St Joseph JosephIll
Ill Bergen ren G to 1 second 6eCOn Gerrymander G andcr 107 1O Wil Wilson Wi WiIOn Wieon ¬
son 25 to 1 third Time Time 11545 1ts 45 Endrmfrn EndrmfrnVanon EndfmonVanon indymnVann
Vanon Otozo > Sir Walter Rollins Belle Scott ScottHarting ScuttHartlnt ScottBoning
Boning St llarfo harm Woolstone and John Carroll Carrollola Curolla1 CarruUGran
ola a1 Gran > ran
SAN FRANCISCO RESULTS EESUITSFIRST RESQLTSFIRST RESULTSFIRST
FIRST RAOSIX furlongs fudo tS Little gin IflT IflTGross 167Gross 107Grms
Gross 10 to 1 won 00 Salcmy Jane 103 10 Rooney
6 tol second Elodia B 95 Martin 13 to 5 5third 5thJrd 5third
third Time 116 Banroac D I11OdCTim Jim Hanna La PeUte PetiteLoniU PeUteLcnitA PeUte1anita
LoniU Maud McG Blanche Bla che C c Bold Bold Edith B Band R Rand itand
and Col Brady also ran ranSECOND ranBECmm ranSECOND
SECOND RACBois IUCE furlongs furl Metropolitan MetropolitanSeMen etropolltanSe1den 95 95Sclden
SeMen 9 to 2 2 sean ton Clothe 95 Gross 12 to 1 1second 1tXQd 1seoxid
second Good Ship 5 Martin 4 to 1 third thirdTime thirdTime thirdTime
Time Time 1Jfi Kedondo Bell Snicker PhillistiBa Cop Copperflcld Copperfield Coptrfiei
perflcld Louis Strubcr Charles Green GfleIl and Pick Pickajroy PicklIJJ Pickeasy
easy lIJJ 7 also ran ranTHIRD ranTHIRD ranTuRD
THIRD RAOEMile IUOE me Miss fiss Officious 103 Kede Kederis Kroelis Eedethi
ris thi 9 to 2 2 won Radiation 92 Williams 9 to 2 2second 2 2second 1second
second Silver Grain 92 Martin 4 to 1 third thirdTime thintTml thirdTime
Time 11235 Steel Don Enrique Thomas Cal Calhoun Calhoun Calhoun
houn Wicket Mr r Bishop and Croats alec ran ranFOURTH nnFOURTH ranFOUIiTU
FOURTH RACESix furlongs Lady Elizabeth
93 Anderson 1Z to 1 1 won BalronlA S3 Martin
9 to 10 second sCC nd Lewiston 93 SeMon Sel Im < 5 to 1 third thirdTime thlnlTime thirdThe
Time l23i 142 zs Myles OConnell and Bit of Fortune Fortunealso Fortuneaho iovtnnealso
also ran ranFIFTH ranFIFrI ranFIF
FIFTH FIF r71 RACEme J R B LaHghrey 110 1WKcogh 110Keogh 110Keogh
Keogh 7 to 1 won Cobleskill 110 Gross 16 to
5 second Dr Doireie ItO WilUana 1 to 1 1third 1tblrd 1third
third Time 14 141 1 Jim Cafferata Fredoni SilTer SilrerLine SilTerLine SilterLine
Line Camera reHgrJ6 > Voloday l1 Special Delivery DeliveryWho De1IerrWho DeliveryWho
Who and N Nasmerito smerito also ran ranSIXTH ranSIXTH ranSIXTH
SIXTH RACE RCEl RtCEVuturky Futurity < utttri13 course Calico 1 lGross iO iOGross 2 2Gross
Gross 2 to 1 won Prince Winter 115 Selden
4 to 1 1 second Babe Neely 110 CRi Rice 8 to 1 1third Ithird 1third
third Time T ne 113 25 Vespisian Sweet Basil Can Cantem Cantern
tem Estelle M I Basil Ruil Barton Nautical NanU 1 Canter Canterbury Canterbury Canterbury ¬
bury and Ethel Me also ran ranTAMPA runTAMFA zenTAMPA
TAMPA RESULTS EESUITSFIRST RESULTSFIllST RESULTSFIRST
FIRST RACE ROFiIhre Thrco furlongs M r Depress 110 110McArdle 110McArdle 110MeArdle
McArdle 8 to 1 won Lord Wells Wells 105 Lang Langis
18 to 5 second Bertha D 107 Koerner 3 to 1 1third IthIrd 1third
third Time 038 2 zs 25 Elizabeth Daly Orella Orella and andFrank andFrank andFrank
Frank H McKlnney cKInney also ran ranSECOND ranSECOND ranSECOND
SECOND RACE RACEFlro Fira furlongs Achieve 107 107Fain 117Fain 10 10Fain
Fain 2 to 1 1 won C H Patten 100 Koerner Koernereven Koernereven Koomereven
even second Yankee Pooh 98 Cole 8 to 5 5third 5third 5third
third Time ISM 101 Kilderkin Trappe and Merry MerryBella 1erryDelIo
Belle also ran ranTHIRD ranTHIRD ranTHD
THIRD RACE IIACEFlre Fire and onehalf furlongs rurlon Lucky
Mate 111 Koerner 6 to 1 won Eminola 103 103Shoemaker 106Shoemaker 105Shoemaker
Shoemaker 5 to 2 second Occidental 106 Jack Jackson JacklIOn Jackson ¬
son 3 to 2 2 third Time 112 112 Inspection Neck Necklet Ncdlet ¬
let let Kith and Kin Oesa Oesa and Donna L I H also ran ranFOURTH ranOURTR ranFOUUTE
FOURTH RACE RACEFire Firo furlongs Joo oo Morrcr 110
Koemerl Ko Ko mer rner 1 to 2 2 won Percy Taylor 103 Langtn Langtnto
10 to 3 1 second BCOOIldi Bosom Friend 103 OhappeuJ UhafJ1ell 2 ZI
to 1 1 third Time 10335 103 I fi3 35 5 The Clown Amelus AmelusGor Mnelus0ev
Gor HaskeH and Gilliford also ran ranFIFTH ran ranFIFTH ranFIFTH
FIFTH RACE UACEFlTe Fire and 00 onehalf ont hal furlongs Don Donaldo DonaJdo Donaido
aldo H3 Steinhart S to 5 won I lunk1 uiky 112 112Glaser 11GIa5Def 1i 1iGleaner
Gleaner 3 to 1 second Judge Dundon 115 115Row lISRowe 113Rowe
Row Rowe 6 to 1 third Tune Time 11135 Tackle TackleZAMBIK TackleI10J1e TackleLstthie
ZAMBIK Hoyte hot Capt Gfcro and Baleshed also alsoraa Alsoru alsoSIXTH
raa ru
raaSIXTH SIXTH RACE RACBSIx Sbc fariono f donl San Gil 102 fLa fLaD Lane LaneM
M to 1 won McAadrews 93 Burton 6 to L LSMMd LM8Hd 1 1seeesI
SMMd 0r Xissgett X 86 SteinharU 4 to 1 third thirdTtae thlnLTtae thirdeee
Ttae eee 11724 117 205 Beth Goodman Goodmn Fundamental ndamenW and todTern andT andTam
Tern Dobs ateo ran ranRACING ranRACING
1 RACING CARDS FOR TODAY TODAYJacksonville TODAYJacksonville TODAYJacksonville
Jacksonville JacksonvilleFIRST JacksonvilleFIRST JacksonvilleFIRST
FIRST RACEFbur and onehalf furlongs furlongsMK rlUt > n n11M
MK 311 Vowfcrtxxfcn MO Cry Baby 1 1m
ShrKyrBey S sr Karney K 107 T H IL Mf 3iBride rBre Bride 1 1 105
Hawklike la e m Loofce Katz 50
1 U Kat
BWrLpaH B Bar Lillian 104 11 Pientate 709
LRltaLeo th idlt L Lea 1W 1 KlBart lkt E ill B Dart 50 > J
HteMtte kMtte KH 1 JjunasMe JjunasMeSECOND Ja Issues Mi Mc 11 1l 1lSECOND
SECOND SEOND RACBSeren C Sf farkmg fsrln farlougslelosso
Inferno II QOKB QI 9S 9 I Foreman Foit I1 1W
Pata 1 V Sandpiper r 107
Hwiwca He 97 Sap M J 1 Wfcdan WfcdanSpfcodHa an 1 140
itesart le YS Itisker 109
X lUce J
SpfcodHa SpfcodHaMyCotors Kg lmtPranism rn
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Harry Thomas have all run second
CINCINNATI INFIELDER DEAD DEADAlan DEADAlan DEADAlan
Alan IL MStorke M Storke Succumbs Succumbsto to Oper Operation Operation Operation ¬
ation for Empyema EmpyemaPirnte EmpyemaPIrate EmpyeinaPirate
PIrate Player Pla er of In Last t Year Die Dies in inBoston inDoston inBosion
Boston Hospital HospitalFriday lIospltalFrIt1AY HospitalFriday
Friday FridayBoston FrIt1AYBoston FridayBoston
Boston March 18 15Alan Alan M Me Storke who whoplayed whoplay whoplayqd
played play all of the Infield positions with withthe withthe withthe
the Pttsburg National League L ag1le team dur during durIng durins ¬
ing the seasons of 1303 and 19 1900 and who whowas whowas whowas
was signed signe f by Cincinnati CInaf Cincinnati maU for the coming comingseason comingseason comingseason
season died this morning II rnlng in the Newton NewtonHospital NewtonHospital NewtonHospital
Hospital after ap operation performedyeterday performed performedyesterday performedyetcterday
yesterday for empyema He was a a son sonof sonot sonof
of Frederick E Storke a prominent at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney of Auburn N Y and was twen twentysix twcnt twentysix ¬
tysix t slx years ears old o He was a graduate graduatethe of ofthe ofthe
the Auburn High School of Amherst AmherstCollege AmherstCollegt AmherstCollege
College class of 1906 and for the past pastthree pastthree
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three years ears had been a student in Har Harvard Haryard Haryard ¬
yard law JichooL JichooLHe chooL achoo1He chooLHe
He began his baseball baseb ll career In the high highschool highschool
school and later played with his college collegeteam collegeteam collegeteam
team of Auburn of the Empire State StateLeague StateLongue StateLeague
League Then he went to Providence Providenceand Provldencand Providenceand
and then to Pittsburg Just before the theworlds theworlds theworlds
worlds series last season seas m he was traded tradedwith tradedwith tradedwith
with Barbeau for Byrne of < f St St t Louis LouisHe LouisHe LouisHe
He shared however in the receipts of ofthe orthe ofthe
the worlds series with Detroit This Thisyear Thisear Thisyear
year ear he was signed by Cincinnati CincinnatiStorke ClnclnnatLStorke CincinnatiStorks
Storke had been 111 for ton days with a asevere aevere asevere
severe attack of grippe and for the past pesttwo pasttwo pasttwo
two days his condition had been critical criticalHe criticalHe criticalHo
He was taken sick at the home of Charles CharlesVinal Charle5Vlnnl CharlesVinal
Vinal a former college friend trlend In Newton NewtonCentre NewtonCentre
Centre and was taken to the Newton NewtonHospital NewtonHospital NewtonHospital
Hospital late Yesterday esterday afternoon His Hisbody Hisbody Hisbody
body was sent to Auburn tonight tonightCHAMPIONSHIP tonightCHAMPIONSHIP tonightCThAMPIONSBIP
CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL BASKETBALLColored BASKETBALLCoJored BASKETBALLColored
Colored Teams Tcnm Will Meet Icet for Inter Interstate Interstate Interstate ¬
state Honors HonoraOne HonorsOne HonorsOne
One of the biggest games of basket basketball basketbnl basketball ¬
ball bnl in the history of colored athletics athleticswill athlaUcawill athleticswill
will take place at the True Reformers Reformersgymnasium Reformersgymnasium Reformersgymnasium
gymnasium on March 3 26 s > under the aus auspices auspices airspices ¬
pices of the Interscholastic Athletic As Association Association Associatlon ¬
sociation sociationThe
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The St St Christopher team of St St Phil Phillips PhllIIps Phillips ¬
lips Church New York City Cft will play playthe playthe playthe
the Y M 11 3 C C A A team tear of the Twelfth Twelfthstreet Twelfthstreet Twelfthstreet
street branch of this city In a champion championship championShip championship ¬
ship game gameThe gameThe gameThe
The local association lads have won th thchampionship the thechampionship thechampionship
championship of the South and the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York aggregation have won the State Statochampionship Statechampionship Statechampionship
championship Neither team has been beendefeated beend beendefeated
defeated d teated by a colored club and the St StChristophers StChrlstophers StChristophers
Christophers have lost to only one other otherthe olberthe otherthe
the Mercury Athletic Club five of New NewYork NewYwk NewCity
York Ywk City CityFollowing Cit CityolIowing
Following this game the Y M C A Aquint A AquInt Aquint
quint leaves for Baltimore and Brooklyn Brooklynto BrooklIlto
to play teams in those two towns during duringEaster duringEaster duringEaster
Easter week weekHYATTSVULE weekHYATTSVILLE weekKYATTSVILLE
HYATTSVULE TRACK MEET MEETInteresting MEETInteresting MEETInteresting
Interesting Games on Programme Programmefor Progrnmmotor Programmefor
for This Afternoon AfternoonSpecial AfternoonSIXdal AfternoonSgeds1
Special to Tha Washington Herald HeraldHyattsville HenJdHattsv1lle HeraldHyattsville
Hyattsville Md March IS 1SThe The en entries entrIes entries ¬
tries for the field and track events to tobo tobo tobe
bo held on the baseball grounds near nearWines nearWIncs nearWines
Wines Woods tomorrow afternoon closeti closetilast olosenlast closdhlast
last evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The sport will begin at 3 oclock and andthe andthe andthe
the programme as outlined will be car carried carrIed carned ¬
ried out to the letter Some ot the events eventswill eventswUl eventswill
will have from eight to ten contestants contestantsand contestantsand contestantsand
and Intense interest has developed
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