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THE WASHINGTON HERAID, SATTJBDAY, MARCH 25, 1911.
Atlanta May Get Ralston ---Noyes to Play Professional Ball
We're Agents for Hanan's Shoes for Women, as Well as Men.
gakB Sc (ttmttpatig
Pennsylvania Avenue and Seventh Street.
You'll Certainly Be Impressed
R I1'"" ' 'III 11
Chief among the Top-coats
at $15 are those Silk-lined Her
ringbone Tweeds but there
are a dozen other styles; not
silk lined but all Saks made.
In the Suits from Plain
Everybody calls the Kariton
a heap of meaning in that phrase same as there is a heap more than
$3 satisfaction in the Hats.
The Saks Special is the widest worn 52 Hat in Washington just
because it is the best Hat for $2; that's all.
Both are in Soft and Derby shapes of correct blocking.
CORNELL COMPANY STAR
GOES TO CAROLINA CIRCUIT
Arthur Noyes Signs with Charlotte, N. C, and Will
Depart April 2 Amateur Commission Meeting.
By N. T. -WORLEY.
Arthur Noyes. for tho past two years a
member of the Cornell Company baseball
team in the Capital City League, has been
signed by Charlotte, N. C. in the Caro
lina Association, and will report on
When a picked team of Washington
amateurs went down to rarmvill Va,
recently to play semi-professional ball,
and wore gone several weeks, Noyes was
in the party. His work attracted the at
tention of a scout for the North Caro
lina club and a letter from Manager
Iave Cross followed.
The Cornell youngster has been offered
inducements from several other clubs this
season. Holyokc. in tho Connecticut
League, and Fort Wayne, in the Central
League, being two of the organizations
after his services.
Noyes is twenty-two years old. stands
fvp feet nine inches, and is a right-hand
thrower and battt-r. Ho is one of the
best throwing catchers developed in the
amateur ranks in Washington for a num
ber of years.
When Noyes first broke into the game
he was a member of tho Atlantic, play
ing independent ball. This was in ISOi
when he was only fourteen years of age
and when ho played the outfield. Since
tho first real gamo in which the Tiger
backstop participated he has steadily
improved, and for the past two years
has been ono of the pegs upon which
Manager Cornell has built his champion
Tho Atlantlcs entered the Capital City
League and mado a game light for sev
eral years, Noyce continuing with the
club and rendering the team valuable
service. He went with Manager Cornell
in 190S, when the Paperhangers were
known as the Rrtntwood team.
Noyes accompanied th. Tigers to New
York and Philadelphia last fall and par
ticipated in the series for the. intercitv
chamnionshin. His thmtrlnr -n thn'
feature of the Philadelphia game, when
lie nirped a small army of his opponents
who tried to steal.
Several months of the summer of 1SB
Noyes was with the Martinsburg team,
playing semi-professional ball. Ho litis
also played with Ninth in the Sunday
An odd feature of Noyes' successful
career as a catcher Is the fact that he
Is minus two toes on his left foot and
In spite of this handicap has easily kept
abreast of his rivals on other cluos,
running the bases with the best of them.
The departure of Noyce only adds to
the long list of players who were with
the Cornell team last year, and who will
bo missing when tho gong sounds In
Charley King, who covered first base
for the Tigers, Is now in Boston manag
ing a sporting goods house. Phil Buscher
is with Dunn's Orioles; Curley Brown
is starting on his second season with
Augusta, Ga,; Johnnie Salb will play
with Frostberg. Md., and Al Handlboe
is tied up with Petersburg.
The gathering of the amateur commis
sion at Spalding's store this evening at
S o'clock should prove one of the most
interesting meetings of the season, for
many reasons. By this time all of the
With Our $15 Grade.
Strong in point of variety strong in
point of quality. It's the remarkable grade
it is because WE make the garments. This
tailoring-organization of ours doesn't dis
criminate it makes the Saks-way up to
the Saks-standard whatever it undertakes.
What it will be sold for is never taken into
account in the workrooms.
Blues to the fancy Cheviots and
Cassimeres a wide choice is of-
fcred modeled with that mas-
ter hand and made with that
We've a Personal Pride
in These Two Hats
The Kariton at . . . $3.00
The Saks Special at $2.00
the "Hat that's different," There's
LEAVES AMATEUB RANKS.
OroJI Oomjnrty catcher, who has siml Irish
Charlotte N. C,
officers have been selected by the leagues
and are entering upon their duties. The
report of the rules committee promises
to be interesting, ana fireworks are
promised when the new rules arc brought
up for consideration,
W. C. Thacher, treasurer of the ama
teur commission, left for Richmond yes
terday afternoon and may not be back
for to-night's meeting of the commission.
The announcement made in a morning
paper to the effect that thd Knights of
Columbus baseball team would be affili
ated with the Capital City League this
season meets with no credence from the
members of the Knights' team.
"Cy" Cumminps, manager of the
Knights of Columbus aggregation, firmly
denies this team will enter any amateur
baseball leaguo this season.
"I announced a few days ago," said
Manager Cummings, "that our team
would play the Fraternal Order of Eagles'
team some time in May for the benefit
of St. Vincent's Orphan Asylum, and the
young correspondent has probably gotten
his 'notes' mixed, as we are not In a posi
tion at the present time to enter Into a
Manager Andrew J. Cummings, better
known as "Cy." by the way, feels that
there Is a nucleus for a great team to
be drawn from the members of the
Knights of Columbus, and asserts that
in the near future they will have tho
strongest amateur ball team In this city.
Considering the vast number of good
ball players who are numbered among
tho ranks of the Knights of Columbus,
it seems reasonable that this Is a possi
bility. "Cy" was farmed out by Tom Brown,
of the Nationals, in 1S3S, and played la
several minor leagues. He understands
the game thoroughly, and therefore
should be a most excellent manatee
Manager Jordan, of Cracker Team, Needs Outfielder
and Is Pleased with Work of Akron Slugger. -
By WILLIAM PEET.
Atlanta, Ga.. March 21. When the Na
tionals leave Atlanta for the Capltaf on
the eve of the American League opening-,
one ball player will be left behind
to show the good people of this town
tvhat he can do in the Southern League,
and this man will be "Doc" Sam Ral
ston, the former Akron slugger, who
was purchased outright by the Nationals
Otto Jordan, manager of the Atlanta
club, told the writer h:s morning that
he needed one good oajiielder to com
plete his club, and that he thought
Ralston would rill the bill. Manager
McAleer refused absolutely to discuss
the matter, but it was learned to-night
that he -was willing to part with Ralstorr)
providing ho had some rnrt of a string
on him, and could recall the player if
When McAleer and Noyes came to At
lanta last fall to complete arrangements
for the spring training trip, a tacit agree
ment was entered into by which the At
lanta club was to receive one or more
of the Nationals' youngsters, the player
to pay for the use of the ball grounds
while the Washington team trained here,
and as MeAleer's family will be here
only two weeks more, Jordan has named
the man he wants. L'nless complications
of some sort arise. It is a 10 to 1 shot
that Ralston will play with tho Crackers
tl is summer.
McAleer does not want to part with
Ralston for keeps, but i; willing to
either loan the player tc the Crackers
this season or else turn hl"i oer to them
with the understanding that he is to
bave the pick of the chin when the 1911
curtain drops, and one of these arrange
ments will be entered into.
Ralston was purchased last August
from Akron, at a good stiff price, upon
the advice of Scout Hick Padden. and
while he looked the part of a real major
ltaguer. did not show to advantage in
Ban Johnson's circuit.
While with Akron list year, Ralston
played in 131 games and rhowed the fol
Ait. it. n. at. 3re nn.-sn. sii. at.
j Battins 473 'A US S II II 3 2! .2S
Games. TO. A. K. Ar.
I iVIdins 151 35 15 9 .72)
I Ralston took part in twenty-two games
for the Nationals last season, came to
bat fifty-three times, scored four runs.
I made fifteen hits, and collected a batting
J average of .205.
I There is no doubt in tho mind of Mana
ger McAleer that just one more year in
the minor league will about ripon the
youngster for fast company, and he
thinks thn Southern lcague a good gar
den in which to plant Ralston for future
Manager McAleer this morning decided
at the last moment not to put the regu
lars up against the Shamrocks in base
ball battle, as he wanted to give his
pitchers one more day of rest, so the
time was devoted to batting and fielding
practice. In which every member of the
squad was given a good, stiff work-out.
BETTS APPOINTED UMPIRE.
"Will Handle Indicator at George
town Field This Season.
Billy Betts. the popular amateur um
pire of Washington, has been re
engaged by Georgetown to umpire the
games on the Hilltop and wi'.l be In
charge of to-day's skirmish between
Georgetown and the American Security
and Trust Company nine.
Mr. Betts was employed in tho same
capacity last summer, and gave universal
satisfaction, his selection by the Blue
and Gray manager yesterday being re
ceived with elation by the players and
OFF FOE CHATTANOOGA.
D&hlen and Chnreca Leave on
Nashville. March 24. Manager Dahlen's
Brooklyns split hero to-day for the first
time on their journey North. The team
under his charge will arrive In Chat
tanooga early this evening and play the
local club to-morrow.
This evening Treasurer Mcdlcu3 and
twelve players left for Atlanta. To
morrow they play Atlanta, leaving early
In the evening for Chattanooga for a
three-days' exhibition commencing Mon
BEADY FOE GAMES.
Indian Head Baseball Clab Organizes
The Naval Proving Ground baseball
club, at Indian Head, has organized for
the season, and has a squad of ambitious
candidates out for tho team. Although
the record last year was rather discour
aging, there Is every prospect for a fast,
well-balanced nine this season.
The club would be pleaded to hear from
uniformed teams of the District of Co
lumbia and vicinity. Challenges should
be addressed to Henry T. Ward, man
ager. Naval Proving Ground, Indian
QUITS BASEBALL TO FIGHT.
Floyd Itroh, of LonlvlIle, Joins
Louisville, Ky., March 21. According
to Information from New Orleans Floyd
Kroh, the left-handed twlrler secured
by the local club, toward the close of
last season, from the Chicago Cubs, has
forsaken the Colonels and joined the in
surrectos In the Mexican rebellion. Man
ager Howard has been trying to locate
Kroh for some time and to-day received
the abovo surprising bit of news.
COMMISSION MEETS TO-NIGHT.
When the amateur commission meets
this evening at 8 o'clock at Spalding's
store, In Fourteenth street, the report of
the rules committee will be read and dis
cussed by the managers and others who
are expected to attend. ,
President Bob Young has Issued a cor
dial invitation to all those Interested in
amateur baseball In the District to be
present and take part In the meeting.
Sammy Smith Trims Bert Keys.
New York. March 24. Young Sammy
Smith was at his best In a ten-round
glove contest with Bert Keys at the
National Sporting Club to-night, and won
all tho way. rie was entirely too clever
for the local light-weight, who didn't
land a dozea clean blows la. the bout.
Tom Hughes and John Henry were the
only men excused. The latter's hand Is
stlir bothering him. but he declares it
will be all right to-morrow, and plans to
cover first base for the regulars. Hughes
will not attempt to pitch until Monday.
Several of the Chicago National play
ers were out at the park to see the boys
in action, and the comments expressed
would have pleased Washington fans.
They were all loud in their praise of
Somerlott's fielding and the work of
Kid Elberled was on the job at third
to-day and his presence put the usual
life and pepper into the other members
of the team. When Klberfeld lays off a
day the pepper is gone and the team
The Chicago Cubs have with them this
season a bush league twlrler named
Toney, obtained from Winchester. Ky..
where he pitched something like twenty
fivu games and won them all. He is 6
feet 2 inches tall and rangy, and the Cubs
to a man think he has more speed than
any (linger in organized baseball.
Joe Tinker said after dinner that Toney
had Walter Johnson beaten to a frazzle
when it came to speed, and tho Washing
ton players Immediately took up the cud
gel In Walter's defense.
"AH right, boys, come out to the park
this afternoon and I will get Toney to
warm up and show what he's got: you
will then bo convinced that I know
whereof I speak." shouted Tinker.
This bit of news spread like wildfire
and every member of the Washington
club started for the park bright and
early to see the Cubs' speed merchant
Tinker kept his word and Toney
warmed up with Johnny Kling. The
Washington players were disappointed,
for every one of them declared that
Walter could throw a swifter ball with
his left hand than the Chicago wonder
Clyde Milan said: "Why. this fellow
can't shoot 'cm ocr any faster than
TRAINING CAMP NOTES.
Bill Otey ami Dolly Cray will be the
opposing twirlers in the game between
the Regulars and Shamrocks to-morrow
It has Just been discovered that thirteen
of the twenty-eight ball players compos
ing McAlecr's family arc benedicts.
Manager Otto Jordan, of the Atlanta
club, formerly with Brooklyn, says the
Nationals look mighty good to him. He
declares that they will finish well up near
the top of the second division. The Chi
cago Cubs handed Atlanta another wal
loping this afternoon, final score, 0 to 4.
To-morrow the Brooklyn team will be the
Crackers' opponents, and the Dodgers arc
The weather down here continues bright
and sunshiny. Not a single day has thus
far been lost for practice.
Mysterions 3raladjT Kills St.
Louis Club Owner.
Cleveland. March 24. Stanley Roblson.
owner of the St. Louis National league
baseball team, died to-day In this city of
blood poisoning from which he had been
suffering two years. He returned from
Panama Sunday and went to his brother's
home'. His case was a mystery to physi
cians, as no causo for the malady could
Robison, who was born sixty-thrcC
years ago at Dubuque, Iowa, was tho last
of three brothers. One brother, Howard
died fifteen years ago. Frank De Haas
Robison died two years ago. Stanley
was at ono timo interested with his
brother Frank in Cleveland tractions. He
was part owner of the St. Louis team
when it w-as transferred from Cleveland.
Arrangements for tho funeral have not
Robison was born at Pittsburg, Pa on
March SO, 1SS3. Baseball was his favorite
outdoor pastime In his youth, and when
a student at the Northwestern University
at Evanston, BL. from 1ST7 to 1SS0, In
clusive, he became so expert that he
was made captain of the team, which
reiiresented the Institution In the league
composed of the Northwestern, Racine.
Chicago, and Wisconsin universities.
His interest in the national gamo did
not cease with his college days, and later
In life he became identified along with
his brother and business associate, Frank
dc Haas Robison, In the Cleveland club.
In 1SW tho Cleveland franchlso was
transferred to St. Louis, and ever since
that time Robison has been at the
helm. His club was nearly wrecked by
the Invasion of the American League In
St. Louis In 1301, when the Invaders In
duced his stars to desert him, but ho
President Robison's death was directly
due to blood poisoning. He came here
recently from Panama, whero he went
to regain his health. He had been 111
about a year.
MEETING CALLED FOE SUNDAY.
Capital City Manngrers Will Hold
Session at Jfoon.
President James A. O'Shea has called
a mestlns of the Capital City Baseball
League at his office in the Century
Building for Sunday at noon.
It is understood that final arrange
ments will be made at this meeting for
the erection of the fence around the
league field at North Capitol and L
At present the plan Is to start work
on the fence Monday morning and push
it through to a finish m as short a thno
Medicos Flay Georgetown Freshmen.
The Naval Medical School baseball
team win meet the Georgetown fresh
men to-day at 2 o'clock on the Medico's
field. As the doctors defeated Central
High School Wednesday and the George
town freshmen have been working out
regularly, & good gema Is' anticipated.
SEASON STARTS TO-DAY.
Catholic University anil Aggies
Meet in Openings Content.
Catholic University and Maryland
Agricultural College open their baseball
season together this afternoon at Uni
versity Field at 1 o'clock.
Both teams arc in prime condition for
to-day's battle. The Maryland Aggies
Intend to regain their lost laurels of last
year, when they were so decisively
beaten at the hands of the Brooklanders,
end the Red and Black team Is bent on
repeating Its past performance.
Although neither team has definitely
announced the battery for this after
noon's content, it is generally thought
that Coach Noonan. of the Brooklanders,
will send In Green and McDonnell to
open the season. These two men were
the mainstays of the university last
car, "Chief" Green pitching nearly all
the games, and McDonnell catching in
""While every one at the Catholic Uni
versity Is expecting a victory, the same
fteling prevails at the home of the col
legians, and owing to theiierce rivalry
that has engendered between these two
teams on the diamond, the exhibition
this afternoon promises to be interesting.
Committee Is Appointed to
Draft New Schedule.
Takoma was admitted to membership
in the Suburban league at a meeting
last night at tho residence of R, S. Jones,
S3S Varnum street northwest.
This addition makes a six-club circuit,
with Petworth, Woodburn. Silver Spring.
Parkview. Brouklund, and Takoma In the
President Pago was instructed to take
tho position of favoring the continuance
of the practice of allowing players to
participate with two clubs under the
jurisdiction of the amateur commission
when the question is discussed at the
meeting of the commission to-night.
The league also took the stand of op
posing any outside dictation as to the
brand of ball to be used, and appointed
R. S. Jones and V. VI. Torney a commit
tee to report on the adoption of a ball
for use by the league.
Messrs. Garrett. Jones, and Lee were
directed to draft a playing schedulo and
submit it to the league at its next meet
ing, which will be held at the call of
Petworlh's manager announced that his
team would be materially strengthened
by the following players, well known to
Suburban league fans: "Freddie" Hiscr,
"Billy" Bergman. "Country" Morris, and
Thoso in attendance were President F.
W. Page. Vice President R. H. Garrett.
R. S. Jones, secret.! ry: V. K. Torney,
Petworth; K. B. Blair, Silver Spring; G.
B. Olum, Brookland. and A. E. Tcrfilnger,
POSTPONE TECH-MEDICOS GAME.
Mnnnnl Trainers Cancel Contest
Ovring to Conch Hreox's Absence.
Owing to the inability of Coach Hecox
to attend, the game between the Naval
Medical and Technical Higli schools
scheduled for to-day has been postponed
until later In the season.
Manager Collier of the Naval Medicos
would like to arrange a few more games
with fast teams in or around the District.
Address Juanagcr Collier. Naval Medical
School, foot of Twenty-fourth street
HOLD MEET TO-NIGHT.
Ingram Memorial Boys in Fine Trim
Preparations for the meet to be held
at Ingram Memorial Church. Tenth and
Massachusetts avenue, to-night, are com
plete, and interest is intense among the
boys who won places In the preliminaries
heid earlier In Hie week.
The 50. 10), and 200 yard races should
be fast, wiiilc the obstacle, bean, hand-and-foot,
three-legged, and potato races
should furnish lots of amusement.
GALTHEESBUEG IN LINE.
Connty Cunmpions Ready for Com
Gaithcrsburg. Mil.. March 24. The
Galthersburg baseball team organized
here yesterday for the coming season
with most of Its last year's champion
ship players as a nucleus. Although
"Sid" Lodge, who has signed with Rich
mond will be among the missing, the
management hopes to be able to present
a formidable array of talent with which
to uphold their claim to tho title of
champions of Montgomery County.
All uniformed teams In the District.
Maryland, and Virginia, desiring games
should communicate with W. W. Zirklc,
ATHLETES IN LONG WALK
Olympia Clubmen Will Hike to
Ten members of tho Olympia Athletic
Club will attempt to walk to Baltimore
to-day. In record-breaking time. The
men will leave from Tenth street
and Massachusetts avenue northeast at
6 o'clock this morning and expect to
reach the Oriole City before 11 to-night.
Thoso who will participate In the en
durance walk are Mulhall, Neff. Thor
nett, Costello, Winters, Tipton, Flathers,
Smith. Dodge, and Redmond.
ADJ0UEN TO MEET TUESDAY.
Illness Cause Postponement of
Banker's Lengne Meeting.
Owing to the Illness of members of the
Immediate families of H. S. Reeslde and
Baker S. Greene, two members of the
board of directors of the Bankers' League
that body adjourned yesterday afternoon
to meet on Tuesday, without transacting
Ten or twelve teams were represent
ed when the league meets next week
It is expected that the organization will
name the six or eight clubs which will
Wagner Signs Contract.
Pittsburg, March 24. Word was re
ceived from Hot Springs to-day to the
effect that Manager Fred Clarke had se
cured the signed contract of Hans Wag
ner for one year. Wagner Is thus again
the last of the Pittsburg club to sign to
Gould's Horse m Winner.
Paris, March 24. Frank J. Gould's
Combourg won the Frlx Calllstrate,
worth 6.000 francs, at Haiaons Lafltto to
day. Triolette was second and Entxo
Coat third. E&ht horses ran.
G. U. NINE TO-DAY
Dolly Gray and Dave White
Will Do Pitching.
LINE-UP OF THE TEAMS.
Sltterdlng, 2b. McDonald, 2b.
Murphy, cf. Hayes, ss.
Hunt, rf. Rldle, lb.
Kurey, e. S. Ravrllngs, If.
Quintan, 3b. Davis, 3b.
Duffy, lb. West, c
Cognn, ss. Boykln, ef.
McLaughlin, cf. It- Itarrllngs, rf.
White, p. Gray, p.
Umpire Billy Betts. Time of
gnme 3:30 o'clock. Georgetown
Georgetown will line up against the
American Security and Trust Company
nine, champions of the Bankers' League
last season and pennant winners In Sec
tion B of the District post-season series,
in the opening game cf the Blue and
Gray schedule, to-day at Georgetown
Umpire Billy Betts will handle the In
dicator, having been engaged for the
The contest should be a good one. in
asmuch as the Trust Company lads have
been practicing faithfully for several
weeks, especially for this game, and the
Georgetown nine starts the year with
much brighter prospects than last spring.
Gray will shoot the ball across for the
Fifteenth street bankers, and those who
have seen him work this season are con
fident that he will pitch in excellent
form. He has had college experience
and has a long and excellent sand-lot
record In his favor.
Dave White will probably start the
game for the collegians, and may be suc
ci eded by Balzer before the game Is over,
the coach desiring to get a good line on
as many men as possible in to-day's
DE GEANGE NAMED AS HEAD.
Sunday School League Also Adopts
William T. De Grange, an employe of
the War Department, was elected presi
dent of the Sunday School League at a
meeting at the residence of C. C. Love,
101S D street northeast, last night.
A committee to notify him of his elec
tion was appointed, composed of A. A.
Ormsby, C. C Love, and Frank Adams.
After several changes in the consti
tution, which occasioned much discus
sion, it was adopted unanimously.
Those present were C. C. Love, of
Ninth street; W. R. Love, of Langdon;
Prank Adams, of Ingram Memorial; R.
M. Yost, of North Orolina Methodist:
W. W. Drummond and H. F. Wells, of
Peck; A. A. Ormsby, secretary, and
James Hughes, umpire.
The nxt meeting of the league will
be held at the residence of Mr. Love on
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The Commercial Auto and Supply
Company has delivered E-M-F touring
cars to H. N. Browner, jr., and D- A.
Dr. Khett Stuart has purchased
an Oldsmobile Autocrat special roadster
from M. T. Pollock.
Emil Grossman, president of the Emll
Grossman Company, of New York, auto
mobile accessory manufacturers, was in
the city yesterday. He was the suest of
William Jose, manager of the automobile
supply department of the National Elec
trical Supply Company.
The Bersdoll Motor Company has
adopted a novel Idea to show just what
materials arc used In the manufacture
of their cars, and where the different
things that go to make up the complete
car are placed. It is a multicolored
chassis, each color representing some
particular material. For instance, the
portions painted gray represent parts
made of selected steel, black being cast
James Flynn, manager of the Zell
Motor Car Company, agents for the
Stcvens-Duryea, was Informed yesterday
that Harry Fosdlck had been appointed
general sales manager for the Stevcns
Duryea Company. Und'.r his direction.
a complete reorganization of the sales
force of tho factory will take place.
The Cadillac Motor Car Company wlU
build its own bodies, having taken over
tho Detroit plant of the Monroe Body
Company. Speaking ol it yesterday, J.
M. Stoddard, of the Cook & Stoddard
Company, local representative of tho Ca
dillac, said: "The factory will now be In
a posiUon to give the body the same
careful supervision that It docs tho
mechanism of the car.
Tferr World's Motor Boat Record.
Southampton. England. March 21. A
new world's motor boat record for speed
was made to-day by the Maple Leaf ttt,
which traveled VP& knots an hour.
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1313 H St. X. AT. 'Phone Main 74ZH.
Automatic Tire Pumps
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