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THE WASHINGTON HEBAED, TUESDAY, APEIL 11, 1911.
Walter Johnson On His W ay To Capital To Pitch Opening Game
BATTERY FOR OPENER,
"JOHNSON AND STREET"
Hold-out Twirler Will Sign Contract To-morrow.
Nationals Have Stiff Work-out on George
town Field Other Gossip.
Continued from Page One.
season opening Is commended for this
reason, that by asserting his authority
he plainly showed the other members of
the Nationals that he alone was su
preme in his power. Had Johnson been
able to hold up the club for the sum he
wanted, other players might take the
initiative nezt season, and so cause all
sorts of complications
When President Tom Noyes, of the
Washington club, was told that Johnson
had left Coffe- ille he did not -eem to
be much surprised, simply saving. "I
felt sure that he would come down to
our terms We hae alwajs treated the
players fairly Nobody has a real kick
coming, and Johnson would surely hae
seen the futility of holding out under the
existing conditions "
Walter Johnson's roommate. CHde Mi
lan, when told of the news that the big
twirler was on his way to Washington,
was delighted He said:
"I was sure he would ne with us. and
I am glad of it, for with Walter in the
iiox Wednesdav I don't believe that the
Poston club will have a chance to win
the game I'm tickled to death that he
l , coming "
The other members of the Nationals
felt the stiiie wav. and there was a gen
eral rejoicing in the camp
Manager Jim's hopefuls took advantage
ct Georgetown s kind offer and worked
out on the Hilltoppers- field vesterdaj
morning, starting at 10 3) o'clock and
keeping at jt until about 1 DO
All the pitchers tried their luck against
the batters and for a w'nd-up McAleer
h'melf cracked out hot grounders to
his regular inheld and assigned a couple
of pitcher-, to the task cf hitting to the
A croud of some 200 fans, besides hilf
hundred Georgetown bojs, watched
the practice ind enjoved teeing the pro
fessionals at work
Germanv Sthaefer, as usual, kept the
crowd in a pleasant humor with his
funnv antics He wore those violent
green-colored stockings ourchased in At
lanta on St Patrick s Dav
Manager McAleer announced positive
1 list night that Jack Lelivelt will
play left field in the opening game He
feels sure that Lelivelt, with his ex
perience, will make a much better
showing than cither Miller or Charley
The statement in an afternoon paper
vesterdav that Lelivclt during the past
week in Atlanta had been hitting the i inning game
ball hard is a joke Lelivelt couldn t I defeated the
hit an elenhant in the back with a bass I leaguers bv
CHICAGO OFFERS $15,000
FOR WALTER JOHNSON
Chicago, April 10 President
Comiskey. of the Chicago White
Sox, to-day offered President
Noyes. of tne Washington Ameri
can League club. $15,000 for the
release of Walter Johnson, Wash
ington's great hold-out pitcher.
This Is said to be the largest sum
ever offered for a baseball player.
SWATFEST TO WESTERN.
Second ."Notional Dnnk ShOTra Lnelc
Western High School lined up against
the Second National Bonk team yester
day afternoon and trimmed the Bankers
JT to S
The High Scnool bovs entirely outclass
ed their opponents It w'as the first game
for the Bankeri- and they were bad!
hindicapped by not having much practice,
Holden was. very effective. The batting
honors vveie ctrried off by Meyers and
I-oomis For the Bankers Moore and
s n. An n o a k
an. c 3 13 2 1
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VUtrs lb .
I Fuller 3b
Ijocmuo ct p
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5 0 0 1 Moore, lb
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3 2 4 10 1 Vlarlow
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Totals . 23 IT 15 9 2 Totals
11 4 15 7 9
I 7 S 2-27
-eoond National Hank . 12 0 0 0-3
Bun v Poller 3i Hmvairl (II Cray (3) Myer
(3l Bethel 3l I) Knlle- 2l Lonmls (21 Lamer
(31 Lehrran '21 Holden (21, Robinson eitz slier
wrjod Left on hie H. S 4 vcocd National.
3. Kirst Iw on lolls Off t an. 5 off Hall 11
off Holden. 2. Innirps rttrhed By K. V, an. 2, b
Hall 2, by UoIhpkot 1. bv Holden 2 by
Ixxmiis 2 by 'foneld 1. struck out By Holden
3 lv Hall 2 bv 'chofield 1 Throe-be-- hit
Iwimis Two-base hits !w-rri lers (21 Samper
hit Howard, t-tolcn baes Uubinson 2 Howard
(3) ,ray CI. Mcr- Btthe! (3 I uller. Sherman
Kcnble plays Bethel to Howard. Hit br pitcher
By Holden 1 Wild iitchm-Ilall 2. I'lved balls
L Van 4 Lehman 1 Lnirre Mr stokes.
ADDIE JOSS ILL.
Left Behind When Naps leave for
Toledo, Ohio, April 10 The Cleveland
Naps left for St. Louis at 6-15 p. m.
with the exception of Addle Joss, their
star twirler, who was left behind Joss
Is very 111 at his home, with a severe
attack of pleurisy In his right side,
Dr. Chapman, who is attending him
"Joss has a congestion In his Hght
lung, with a bad attack of pleurisy
He is not dangerously sick, but is most
uncomfortably 111, being unable to draw
a breath without severe pain. He will
not be able to play ball for a least
one month, and will not be out for at
least ten days His arm is not bother
ing him. but he is a very sick man. I
believe the attack is due to a cold Joss
caught while on his spring training trip
CATHEDRAL SCHOOL WINS.
Defent of A. A V Props Dne t
A smashing three-bagger by Small
which drove in three runs ahead of him
corked up the game for Cathedral on the
Army and Navy prep diamond against the
latter team yesterday The score at the
end of the fifth inning, when the contest
was called, stood 5 to 1 in favor of the
The Preps started the scoring in the
second inning, when a hit by Dobyns and
several errors caused two men to score
Cathedral passed this in the next inning,
when the wildncss of Stone, coupled with
a line dnve by Small for three sacks,
sent In three runners
Grod teamwork in their half of the last
inning -cored a tallv for the Tennallv
town institution. Lockwood romping home
on an rror bv the fi'st baseman With
this two-run margin ahend of them. Army
and Navy strove hird to overcome it in
the last half of the fifth, but fell short by
or.f The corc.
Cuthed L IRIHUM UM
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Robinson If 1 0 0 0 0 dams J
( rane ss. 2 0 13 1 itone p
-mall p 110 3 0 1 Smith r
Toil 1 3b 3 0 0 0 0 Vtallory.
-tone 2b 2 0 1 1 0 Ilobyn i
I'borne rf ,2 1 1 0 0 1 chandler
ltnt c .00601 Munror
Dandon. lb 2 0 6 1 1 I .Nicholls.
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3 10 0 0
2 10 2 1
2 13 0 1
10 6 2 1
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fiddle, but was meeting the ball better
and gave every evidence of bing some
where near right in a few davs Leli
iclt is a natural hitter always has
been and tin- alnne more thin makes
up for his slow work in handling hard
hit balls in his territory.
Infielder Dave Bunting will go' to the
Richmond club of the Virginia League
if McAleer can get what he considers
the player is worth Just what this con
sideration happens to be the Nationals'
boss will not sav . but it is understood
that one of the Richmond stars will he
turned over to Washington at the close
of next season
Bunting looked promising down in
Atlanta, but with Wid Conroy and Ger
manv Schaefer there was reallv no
need for the club to carry him. as the
veterans are easily of more value to the
The grounds at National Park will be
In shape for the opening game to-morrow
Workmen were busv vesterday clearing
away the debris in front of the stands,
and manv of the temporary chairs were
put in place
It is freelv predicted that the greatest
crowd in the history of organized base
ball in the Capital will turn out for the
The Boston Red Sox are due In Wash
ington late to-night. It is not known who
will twirl, but Joe Wood is spoken of
as the most likely candidate
Mrs Bob Groom arrived in Washing
ton late yesterday afternoon fane will
remain nere during the season
PELNCETON BUNCHES HITS.
4Ibnny Trlmmetl li Collegians
Princeton. N J, April 10 In an eight-
this afternoon Princeton
Albany New York State
i score of 4 to 3 Three
j pitchers were used by Princeton and
four bv Albanv Princeton bunched hits
and scored three runs in the second in
ning and one in the third, and Albanv
got one in the third and two in the
R. H E.
l'nnccti-n . . 0 3 10 0 0 0 0-4 8 2
Mbaro . . 0 0 10 0 2 0 03 9 2
Batteries Grrenbajun and Rogers, Dwyer and
ANOTHER FOR MT. ST. MARY'S.
Continue Wlnnlntr Mrenk with Ic
torv Over Colby.
nmmit"burg. Md . April 10 In a
spectacular rallv Mount St. Mary's de
feated Colby College bv 5 to 4 Score
Mount St Marr . 0 n 1 0 1 0 0 0 V-5 6 6
nlbv 00002110 n 1 6 4
I'attenes-Moline and MeHujh Tibbett, Wash
burn, Stnrterant. I mpre Mr. OalnaD
'VARSITY TEAM PICKED.
WALTER'S ON HIS WAY.
hit np von fans and listen
Walter's on his wav
Lrft his home in Coffeynlle
t 6M yesterday.
"Whieh way did be to' ' you say.
Why. Cast, of course, you rcutt.
To see Jim McAJerT and talk
About his salary cut.
"Is be TTeloornc'" What a question.
Don t you know that crepe was huns
When the Dews that Johnson vroulda t
Be here when the 111 was rung.
Jnst jiuiiiej to the ball yaxd
Tou'll hear a ereetiiic rare.
The pitcher's boi will catch jour eye
lonll tmd our Walter there.
GIANTS NEVER HEADED.
Tronnre Jeney City Club In Slovr
Game, 1G to S.
New York, April 10 It was a mere
romp for the Giants to beat Jersey City
to-day. The Skeeters looked very weak.
In the third inning the Giants made ten
runs, every man on the team scoring.
Mathcwson was as effective as ever
when he tried to pitch. The score:
Jersey C5tj 000300110-5114
Jew Tor . 201902200 X-1S 13 3
Bittirto KiCTlnctr and Boiler; Uxtbevsna. Bar
mood asd Meyers.
PHILLIES TAKE LAST.
Defeat Athletics In Final Game of
Series, G to 2,
Philadelphia, April 10 The Phillies took
the last of the interleague games from
the Athletics this afternoon by better
hitting and fielding, combined with wlld
ness of the world's champion pitchers.
The Phillies bunched three In one Inning
off Morgan, scattered as many off Colla
more, and had all kinds of fun with Tate,
the tall Texan, while the .Athletics con
fined their hitting to Moore and Chalmers.
Rowan fooling them easily. Oldring had
his hand badly spiked In th third In
ning by Knabe and was forced to quit.
Nationals 10100003 0-5 10 1
Americana....... 00000001 12 "6 1
r&itterio-aioore, Chalmers, Rowan, and Dooln
'and Mono; Moron. CoUaisorc. Tate, and Urtrtc
stoce, Lapp and Thomii Ccrjaro Messra. Cbo
Bcthr and OTJay.
Coarli nt Princeton Varan Flayers
for ontliern Trip.
Princeton. N J . April 10 The mmes
of the plavers who will take the South
ern trip with the Princeton 'varsity ball
team were given out by Coach Clarke
after to-div s practice Sixteen men in
all will be taken S V White, the
Tigers pitcher, who has been handi
cipped with a bad shoulder, will be taken
along and given .in opportunity to work
the stiffness out of his arm The teams
will lie played In sK day- The game
with P-irtmouth at Atlantic City is the
first The Baltimore team, of the East
ern league, the I'niversity of Virginia,
and Georgetown will be met on the trip,
the last in two gamps
MINOR LEAGUE RESULTS.
SOITII ATkA-NTIC LHGIE.
At Aujwsta viiEusla 2 Charleston, 0.
t Macon Maern. I VlHny. 3
U Savannah savannah 4 Colurrbia, 3
At Jacksonville Jacksonville. 1, Columbus; 5.
COTTX TATKS LGAGDE.
At Jackson Jaekvm 2 Meridian 3.
At lcksbun: lrkslurj; 4. Hatuebnrs X
At lazoo City azoo City, 3. Greenwood, 2.
Lehigh Downs Cornell in Lacrosse.
Bethlehem, Pa . April 10 Lehigh won
from Cornell In lacrosse to-day S to 2,
after tying at 2 to 2 the first half.
Totals 14 215 8 3 1 Totals . . 23 6 13 7 4
Cathedral . . . . 0 0 J 1 l-
v. S. N Preps ..0210 1
Itcns Lnckwood (2) Cleborne. Hast. Stone Mai
lory. Dobnx, Chandler Left on bae A. i. X.
5 Cathedral. 2. Hrrt bav. on bollsOS Stone 6
small 1 strnek out H Store. 5, by Small 3
Thre-ba hit Small, saenlce hit Crane. Stolen
ba.vs Crane. Lockood Hint Millory, Stone (2i.
Impire Mr Berkwith. Time of came 1 bosr.
innUees Plnj Rlntrs Around Monte
Scranton, April 10 Manager Monte
Cross and his local New York State
Lesgue t -am made a very poor showing
in an exhibition game with Chase's New
York merican ttam here to-day. Scran
ton was u nable to score, while Chase's
aggregation made ten runs
Chi&e enthused the fans with startling
plays He pitched the last two Innings
for nis team, and not a local reaehvl
fist bie Mccherly, Scranton's third base
man, was the only one to make a safe
hit The core
New Trrk . . 2 0 3 0 13 0 1 0-10 U 1
Scranton .. .000000000 0 1 7
BaUene"-Ables, aurhan. and Williams, Ktte,
Jackson, Thomas ard Monroe
GIANTS' SECONDS LOSE.
Wllkeslinrre Ilnnils Ont Drubbing; to
Wilkesbarre. April 10. The second team
of the New York Nationals was outplay
ed and defeated by the Wilkesbarre team
of the New York State League, here to
New York .... 0S100000 06 2
Wilkeshirrr ... 10113020 1-8 12 1
Battcne-Jcnkms, Shontz. and Hartley, McBndr.
Corey, and Wajmer.
I'niv ersity of Virginia.
Reds Down Rochester.
Cincinnati, April 10 The Cincinnati
Reds defeated the Rochester team of the
Eastern League here to-day by the score
of 0 to t Score.
R. H. K.
Cincinnati .. ..00423000 0-0 II 1
Rochester . ..00002003 i-5 3 1
BattenesfiuKS. Bnrre, and Clark, Manser, Mo
Cocnell, and Mitchell
American Boj Gets Fight Decision.
London, April 10 Eddie McGorty, the
Oshkosh middle-weight, bested Pat
O'Keefe. the Irish welter-weight cham
pion, to-night in a fifteen-round match
at the middle-weight limit before the
National Sporting Club The American
was the more clever and got the decision
L. Engle Wins In Pool Tournament.
At the Lambs' Club, 307 Ninth street
northTest, last night, the Engle brothers
were the contestants In the pool tour
nament which is being held at that place.
L, Engle succeeded in defeating A. Engle
1D0 to 94.
CORNELL NINE TIES
Darkness Halts Game -in the
HOWARD STARS WITH BAT
LoenI Doy Lends NeiT York. Team
ivltli MIcL and Kzcels In Field
Flenli Twirls Good Ilnll "Hnsrner
Piny Grent Fielding Gnme
Georgetown Starts Rnn-gettlng.
Georgetown "Varsity and Cornell bat
tled on Georgetown Field yesterday, and
when darkness settled on the diamond a
ten-inning 4 to 4 tie had been played
Carvajal was on the slab for the Utlca
boys, and twirled an Inconsistent game.
In spots Qarvajal's work was gilt-edged,
but In the first and eighth he blew up.
passing three in the opener and letting
the Hilltoppers tie the score in the eighth
by issuing four free trips to the first
Austin Howard, the American Security
and Trust Company star, played another
good game for the Cornell nine. Howard
accepted his seven chances in major
leigue style, and cracked out three safties
out of four trips to the pan, including a
screaming double to left Had It not been
for the fast fielding of Donnelly, the long
swat of Howard's would have gone for
Magner. the diminutive shortstop of the
Cornell team, played the star game on
the Hilltop diamond His fielding was
a revelation to the Georgetown nine Time
and again he got ground balls that had
the earmarks of hits
Georgetown Stnrts Scorlnp;.
Georgetown started scoring in the open
ing session Murphy, the first man up,
got a free pass and took second on a
fielder s choice Hunt walked, and Furey
drove them in with a pretty single to
left With the bases loaded, the best
-'ogan could do was a line drive to
Howard, which the third sacker took care
of. Murphy poled one of Carvajal's low
ones over the hill for a homer in the
The Hilltoppers' final tally camo
across the pan in the eighth A base
on bails, a sacrifice hit, and a passed
ball resulting In a run
Cornell did not score until the third,
when Howard Mngled and Duffy drop
ped Cogan's throw of Thompson's drive.
In the fourth Mahoney hit a slow roller
to O Connor, which the big twirler
threw away, Mahoney taking second
Dauenhauer then singled to center,
scoring Mahoney The (enter fielder
stole second and crossed the plate when
Howard cracked one of O Connor's
twisters to the road for a double The
Washington boy tallied a moment later
when Thompson smacked a double to
left This ended the scoring of the
Fienll went in the box In the fifth
and held the Cornell tribe to a lone
blngle in the six innings he was on
the slab Had Fienll started the box
work, a different story would no doubt
have been told
GEORGETOWN R. R. n TO A. K.
SCOUT KAHOE AT GEORGETOWN
Scout Mike Kahoe was an In
terested spectator at the Georgetown-Cornell
baseball game on
the Hilltop Field yesterday after
noon. Asked if he saw anything that
looked like big league timber, he
replied: "Yes, there, are several
players on that Georgetown club
likely to make good In the Amer
ican League, but they will need
a couple of years' experience In
Kahoe was pressed to tell the
names of the men he had In mind,
but refused, sayng: "I couldn't do
that, for there s a possibility that
I will want to get them for the
EASTERN HIGH SWAMPED.
Gallandet 'Vnrxlty Ontclasses Schol
astic Mne, 10 to .1.
With a changed batting order, Gal
laudet swamped the Eastern High School
nine 19 to 3 in a one-sided practice game
yesterday afternoon at Kendall Green.
Stevenson's heavy hitting was the fea
ture of the game for Gallaudet.
The schoolboys were helpless before
Ulrck's excellent pitching, and were lucky
to score thrice on Moore In the eighth,
low fielding netting the rt,ns. The
l.tfmn n, rf
AR H O A E I IraUandet. AB H O A fc
lb 4 18 0 11 ItoekwelL c . 6 3 10 1 1
s. .41030 Vtoms. cf . .. 3 2 1 0 U
e cf. 4 0 5 2 0 Hover. 3b 4 1110
4 0 0 3 0 Jaeohson. 3b . 0 0 0 0 0
Kin rman c 0 0 1
M L f j. rf. p 3 0 0 1
2 0 I Stevenson 2b 6 4 1 3 0
If. 4 1 6 0 0 Craven, rf ..61000
3 12 2 0 1 Miller lb . 4 0 10 1
10 0 1 lllanchard. if. 5 2 2 0 0
imtier. sa.. .zuuou
Hirck. p ..10110
Moore, p. 2 0
Totals .. r"52iu4 Totals ....42 IS
E. II. 8. 0000000303
Callaudet . . .10 0 0 3 0 3 6 z-13
Run Chase Daly. Hnnerman. RocJrwell. 3.
Moms 4. Honer. SteTrnson, Craven. Miller. 2.
nianchard 2. Roller. Rattistc. 2. Moore. 2. Kir-t
ba.e tiy errors U H. S. 1. fiallaudet. 2. Ieft on
baes-K. II S.. 3. liallaudet. T. First base on
hallv-OfT Moore 1: off JJcCaflrey. 1. Innings
Pitched Ry Bin. 4, by Moore. 5. by Licon. 6; by
Met affrry. 2. Ilita made Off Lison, 6. off Mc
Caffrey. 9. off Rirek. 1. off Moore. 4. Struck ent
ity Rirek 4, by Moore. 5. by LiKin. 2. Two-bae
hits Stevenson. 2. lllanchard. Baltiste Stolen
bases- arela. 2. Monre. Rockwell. 2. Moms.
RIanchard. Double plays Rirek tn Miller. Evans
to Ilaly to Chase. Hit bv pitcher Ry Lienn. 1,
by McCaffrey 3. Wild pitch Licon. Lmpireilr
West Time of time 2 hours and 5 minutes.
SUPERBAS LAND GAME.
Miirnhi. rf .321000
Mtterdins. 2b ..401140
Hnnt rf 4 1110 0
Furry e 5 0 3 10 2 0
Duffy, lb 3 0 0 9 11
Qmlan. 3b 3 10 2 0 0
Donnelly. If 3 0 0 2 0 0
Cccan. 3 0 0 3 0 2
nib5o.i ss 10 0 0 10
O Connor, p 100020
Fienll. p 4 0 1 2 4 1
Totals I 7 30 It 4
CORNEU AB R II 10 A. E.
Masncr. sa S 0 0 1 4 1
ante lb . . . . . 4 0 0 16 1 1
Kellar rf 5 0 0 3 0 0
O Connel. rf 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mahon-y. If . . .511000
Danenhauer, rf 4 1 1 0 0 0
McCrrmick c 4 0 0 4 2 0
Howard 3b 4 2 "3 4 3 0
Thompson. 2b 4 0 1 2 0 1
Carvajal. p 4 0 0 0 6 0
Totals 39 4 6 30 16 3
Genrcrtown 200100010 04
Cornell .. 001300000 0-4
Itticker Injnred in Overtime Game
New York. April 10 The Brooklyns
won an exciting eleven-Inning game
f-om Newark to-day In running
cover first in the second inning Ruckcr
fell and his right leg was twisted under
him He had to leave the game, and
may not play for some time Score:
R. H. E.
Newark .. . .0010000200 0-3
Hmk!yn 1110000000 1-4 9 2
Batteries Clean Parkin, McCarthy, and JleAUls-
ter. Rucker, bchardt. Bell. Rersrn and Erwln.
NEW SHELL ARRIVES.
IWt on Uises Georgetown 11 Cornell. 6. First
isn on halls Off Carvajal 8. off O Connor. 1
Innings pitched R O Connor. 4. bj Flenli. 8 Hits
made Off O Connor, t, off Henli, 2. Mmek nut-
By O Connor. 2 by Fienll. S . by Carvajal, 3.
Homa nm Jlnrphy Two-base hit Howard.
Thompson Sacrifice hits Duffy. Quilan. Don
nelly. Stolen bases Murphy. Darenhaner. nit by
pitcher By O Connor. CInte. Passed balls JIc
Cormick, 1; Furey. 1 Dmpire Mr. Betts Time of
game 2 hoars and 10 minutes.
English nnlli Craft Is Christened
Fpensl to The Washinjton Herald.
Annapolis. Md . April 10 A new English-built
eight-oared shell was received
at Annapolis to-day for the use of the
Navy 'varsity crew, and while sparkling
champagne was still dripping from Its
prow, following a christening ceremony,
unique in the history of local aquatics,
the middy oarsmen took their initial
spin 'n the enft on the Severn this after
noon, and when the practice was over
the oarsmen pronounced the new craft a
The new shell Is sixty-six feet long,
and is built of red ir. being one of the
standard designs turned out by the firm
cf Sims A. Co . of London It Is similar
l.i evcrv respect to the shell which the
Harvard oarsmen obtained from the
Eritish firm last season
CuIm Get Fonr PInjers.
Louisville, Ky., April 10 Owner Gray
son, of the Louisville American Associa
tion team, has sold four outfielders. Kai
ser, Paul Smith, Wolfe, and Keener, to
the Chicago Cubs, It was announced to
day. Louisville gets cash and one player.
whose name has not been given out.
Youngsters Open To-day.
The Gallaudet College Reserves and the
Technical High School Reserves will open
their season at Gallaudet Field this after-
To-night Johnson and Evans noon at 3.30 o'clock. An interesting game
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Besides getting high-class merchan
dise, you get different models, different
You get exclusiveness.
This is added value, because the prices
are no more than you pay for common
The new and different things for Eas
ter, for Spring and Summer are here.
We'd like, very rmich, to show you the
many good points of "P-B" Clothes.
Prices range from $15 to $40.
The Arenue ' J ' at Ninth
DAVID 8. BENDBICK.
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'Pbon U. US.
Licensed coder Stldea Talent.
M. T. POLLOCK
1018 Conn- Atc 'Phone 3J. 7T01.
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Four entries were received yesterday
for the Clover Leaf run of the Automo
bile Club. May 15 to 18 Though the
blanks were ready for distribution Sat
urday, the majority of the dealers did
not receive them until yesterday. It Is
expected before the end of the week that
fifteen nominations will be In the hands
of Capt Johnston. Before signing the
blank entering their car, a number asked
to be given a day or two to consider
which model machine they would drlve.
Thls morning Barnard and his Stoddard-Dayton,
with the pathfindlng com
mittee will lay out the third leaf of the
run, which is to be to Hagerstown, Md.,
the noon control, and return by way of
Leesburs. Va. On Wednesday, they will
map out the last day's trip, to Leonard
town, Md., and return.
T. S. Johnston, manager of the Bulck
Motor Company, leaves this morning on
a visit to the factory, at Flint, Mich.
The object of his visit is- to arrange for
an additional allotment of Bulck cars.
"With two or three days' weather such
as we are having now, every dealer In
the city should be able to close up a num
ber of prospects he has been working
on." said M. T. Pollock, who handles
At a meeting of the board of govern
ors of the Automobile Club, to be held
this evening at the Grafton Hotel, a
date will be set when all orphans of the
city will be taken for a Joy ride." The
manner of providing entertainment for
the Glldden tourists, who start from this
city June 19, will.be considered.
Herbert Lyttle will be behind the wheel
of an Apperson Jack Rabbit In the motor
speedway races "at Indianapolis, May CO,
according to advices received by Emerson
& Orme. local representatives of the car.
Alaska has great forests of timber,
but only- 15,471.000 broad feet 'were cut
J. H. EBEBS0LE, AGENT,
1511 14th Street N. W.
HARVARD MOTOR CAR CO.
102 Uth at. ow. TelcTAooa North 1331.
UcEBjed Under Selden patent
THE STILES CO.
B SEVENTEENTH 3TREET.
Theme M. S3 for a DemocatraUon.
WILSON CO.. 1S1 ltih ft. Thane North ZM.
CHARLES E. MTZB8.
119 L it, nw. Tdechoo ITorta '
Boxing May Be Stopped.
Los Angeles, CaL. April 10 The fate
of boxing in Los Angeles Is still In abey
ance. Thomas J. McCarey, manager of
the Pacific A. C, who Is charged Jointly
with Ad Wolgast, George Memslc, and
Referee Charley Eyton. with having pro
moted and participated in a prize fight
at Vernon on March 17 last, appeared
before Judge Willis to-day, when argu
ments were 1 eard on the application
of McCarey for a writ of habeas corpus.
Judge Willis then continued the matter
for twenty-flve days. .
Frye Klntr to Wrestle Bear.
At the Arcade to-night, Frye King, the
Washington wrestler, will endeaor to get
the best of "Alice," the 227-pound bear
which has been exhibiting there during
the past week. King has agreed to throw
the wrestling and roller skating bear
three times In flfteeen minutes. The
match is booked for 3 o'clock, anc will
be an interesting sight.
AD AMATEUR COMMENT
Harvard Ready for Red Sox.
Cambridge. Mass, April 10. The Har
vard baseball nlno to-day put in Its last
practice prior to its opening game to
morrow against the Red 'So Americans
second team. This- spring Harvard starts
with no really good pitchers, McKay not
being In. shape" and Kelton, who Is the
best pitcher in college, being on probation.
Liverpool is teaching many of its in
digent blind massage .to enable .them to
axa a llvinc
K. & W.
Double the life of anto
tires eliminates punctorra.
nm cuts, blow-outs. K. &
v. Reliner is SELF-UU
TVMZING. Let ns "ahow
National Electrical Supply Co.
13281330 Nw York Ave. Tal. 6300.
CARTER 1IOTOR CAR OOMPANT.
BuJnea office Ilrattsville. Aid. Phone DjattsviUe O.
Rauch and Lange Electrics
WHITE 6AS CARS
THE IMPERIAL. -MOTOR CO,
1112 Connecticut Ave.
STUDEBAKER AND FLANDERS
COMMERCIAL AUTO A SUPPLY CO
1313 Jf. Y. AVE. 'Phone M. 2174.
Tiieo. Barnes & Co.,
1 II at. rnr.
'Fhona If. 2C3.
PIERCE ARROW BAKER ELECTRIC
The Cook & StoddardCo.
1313 II St. X. TV.
'Phone Main 7428.
Anto repair tnop and aalesDon. IMS lra
Tfccc North 1M. NORMAN 8. BOWLES,
els. J. E.
1220 New York Ave.
LB DROIT AUTO. CO..
Bear 1O0 O at. Telepnons. North 1STV
phone main res. lunar, nw.
BUICK MOTOR CO..
1028 Connecticut Ave. 'Phone M. 3S33.
UlLLEtl UKOV AUTOMOBILE
noose, lies ltta . 'pon
AU main cuaranteed at the, rats rflcm mils
lor met of repairs.
1738 14th St. N. V. Thone W. 3737.
DAVID S. BENDKICK,
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