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ITHE WASHINGTON HERAto. THVBSp&Y? ftCTOBER S.1912. j '
Bookmakers Have Bad ,
Day at Laurel Track
Form Players Carry Off the Money In AH But Two
Events Taboo Furnishes Surprise In ' ". ,
Special to The WaaMmtoa Herald.
Laurel. Mi, Oct. i Form player had
a good day at Laurel Park to-day, and
walked oS with the books money In all
but two races. The card was not near
bo good as ottered on the opening day.
but the lack of feature events was made
up for the stiff brushes that character
ized several of t races.
Probably ' Interest centered on the
fourth race Than on any of the other
events. In this race, at a mile and
sixteenth, Donald UacDonald galloped
home In front, taking the first place away
from Flamma by a neck. MacDonald
was well backed at 3 to 5, and those
with money on him were never sure ot
cashing until the last lump. Cheer Up,
a long shot, got away In front and held
that position until overhauled by Flam
ma, the second choice In the betting.
As Cheer Up died, Flamma took the
lead and held It until the stretch turn.
where MacDonald moved up, and In a
heart-breaking drive, went under the
Stockton put the talent In a good hu
mor by winning the first event, witn
Jewel of Asia second and Juaquln third.
Stockton was one of the favorites, and
paid his backers 12 to 5. Yenghee, well
played at a short price, failed to get In
The second race was taken In handy
fashion by Miss Edith, at 6 to 5. Ring
ling, another favorite lasting long
enough to get the short end of the purse
Insurance Man, well backed at a liberal
price, made a "game effort, but was not
There was much speculation on the
third race, a slx;f urlong dash, which v, as
captured by Lord Wells, backed from 2
to 1 down to C to 5. Ragman, Incision,
and Joe Geltens were well played, and
the latter two finished In the money.
Back Bay upset the calculations of
many players In the fifth, beating out
Moncrlef and Montcalm, figured by the
talent as good for a win.
In no race, however, was the public
so badly bumped as in the closing event
on the card. A hot tip was out on Troy
Weight, and Garth was figured by form
players as good enough to carry their
money. All overlooked Taboo, with only
95 pounds up, and the son of Potentate,
came In with a rush that took the lead
ers off their feet. Nonpareil took the
place, with Spin, an outsider, getting up
In time for the show money. Summaries:
FIRST RACK-FITS furlonra. Btoektoo, 109
(SchuUinrert. 13 to 5. inn; Jewel ot Asia. 109
(Dulirril). t to 1. second: Jwroln. 113 (MeTao
rart), 30 to 1. third. Time. 1-01 4 5. Venshee.
Lenin. Coldj, Frisk Hudson, and OldsJoc also
SECOND BACB Two-year-olds; aelUnz; Are and
a half furlonra. Mu Edits, in (Teaban). $ to 5.
von; Insurance Man. 139 (McTacxut), 12 to 1.
seeoodr RinsUns. 112 (Ambrose), to S. third.
Time. 191-5. George Stoll. and Car. Elliott also
THIRD RACE Tkrer-ltar-oldj and np: Mlliss;
ail radons. Lord Wells. 109 (MrTaaart). to S,
iron; Joe Gaitesa. 109 (Bjrae). I to L second; Id.
eislon, 1M Umbroee). 5 to 1. third. Time. 1:113-5.
Racman. Arccroant, and firrran Bell also ran.
FOURTH RACEThree-rear-oIda and np: one
and a sixteenth rnOea. Donald Macdonald. 108
(McTiRirt). 3 to 5. iron: Flamma, 107 (Butwell).
17 to 10. second: Lawton Wiixlna. Ill (Sehuttinm).
I to L third. Time. LIT 2-5. Cbeerup. and Guara
pola also ran.
FIFTH RACE Thrw-rear-oId and np; aellini:
it furlongs. Bactbaf, 107 (Schnt&nger). 7 to 1.
n Firty 101 (Ford), II to 1. second; Montcalm,
in ilSIaasi 11 to JO. third. Tune. lit. John
Unh-rr. IVmwr,- Lady lnna, and Montcrief also
SIXTH RArE Three-year-olds and np. ariling;
one sod a fifteenth miles Taboo. 96 (WotD. 9 to
Z. won Nonpareil. 110 (Brrae). 2 to 1. second:
Rn JC7 (Butwell). 12 to 1, third. Time. 1 CM
Trorwasht. Rabia Grands, and Garth also ran
FIRST RiCE-For thrre-rear-olds and upward;
fire frrriorca. Miss Doltn. 112 (Dreyer). eten.
won; Dabomer Bot. 107 (Cook). 20 to 1. aeoond;
Cooner K.. 112 (Knirtt). 5 to 1. third. Time.
1 SI 1-3. SatL Jim 11allad.r. Boano. Tiny Tim,
Mamita. and Cousin Teter also ran.
SECOND RACE For three-year-olda and upward:
fire forlonrs. Teroincrac, 112 (Jackson), 2 to 1.
won: Martre. 107 (Bersen). 4 to L second; Cloak.
107 (Dreje). 4 to 1. third. Time. 13X1-5. Mother.
Rnsticanna, Ben Sand, Con Came, and Milpitaj
THIRD BACK For. three-year-olds; fire, fnr
lonn. Boray. MS rjlinero), 3 to 1. won: Ah
Moon, 100 (Snider), 3 to L second; Stahnore, 10
(Dreyer). 7 to 1. third. Time. 1 Bright
Start. Dr. lValr, Larrine Hindoo. Rable, Laura A.,
aad n M Sabath also ran.
FOURTH RACE For three-yearolds and up
ward, fire furioRfrs. True Step, 105 (Kntsht). I
to L won: J-Tortaa a Beauty, l( lurryen, 6 to a,
second; Adnoche. 109 (Bersro). 3 to L. third.
Time. 1S1SA Afathe. Dr. IIollU. Noon. MirdlL
The Follies, and Little Minnie also ran.
FIFTH RACE For three-yeawilda and upward;
fire forlonff. Mia. 109 (Dreyer). 3 to I, i
Mias Joe. 100 (Snider). 3 to 1. second; Johnny
wise. 10 (Montour). S to 1. third. Time. 1-0114.
May Bridge. Albert A. Boy. Lncetta. and Iaabeli
Casse also ran.
SIXTH RACE For three-year-olda and upward;
six and a half forlonrs. Leilahoa, 107 (Dreyer).
! toL won; Tender. 112 (Whatley), 10 to J, aao
ond; Donation. 112 (White). I to L third. Time.
12U. Edna Collins. Tiger Jim. The Dutch
Kitten. Senator Hubble, Gold Laah, Lady Maxim.
and watehme also ran.
SEVENTH RACE For three-year-olda and up
ward; six ana & ball rurlocca. Scarlet runperneL
109 (Griffin). 3 to I won: Faneull Hall. 10 (Man-
don), 1UI second; Miss Jean. 97 (Montour). 4
to I. third. Time, 13J4 Little Erne, Jim
Milton. Mad Hirer, Caaaowary, and Inferno Qneea
EIGHTH BACE-For three-yearolda and np
ward; seren farlonrs. Frog, 111 (Minder). I to 1,
won; Evelyn Dona, 111 (Jensen), 4 to 1. second;
Chntco Trance, 101 (Snider). ( to 1, third. Time.
1SL Dorothy Webb, Western Belle, and Rose
O'Neill also ran.
Stranger Who Is that suspicious look
ing fellow who slipped off the back of
the train just now and ducked Into the
Native That's the local baseball phe
nom that we escorted to the depot with
the big parade and the brass band last
The Blue Point Selling Stake,
Five Other Well-filled Baces, Including a Steeplechase Over Finest -
Course in' -America.
Monday Will Be Ladies' Day
LADIES .ADMITTED FREE
America's .Greatest Horses" and Jockeys Competing at Laurel.
v ADinsSIOIT: "
Gentlemen f ...$1.50
By George B. Morris.
Flrts race Sip Denrah. Break
er Boy. Kind Sir.
Second race Lizzie Flat, Shan
non River, Helen B. ,
Third race" Yankee Notions,
Lahore, Right Easy. .
Fourth race Hobnob, Brlar--path,
Fifth raceT-Kormak. Clllt Edge.
Sixth race Jacquellna, Hemp
stead, Fred Mulholland.
Increases Grand Circuit Winnings
to $29,000 Impetuous Palmer
Betters Pacing Record.
Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 2. Baden put
his Grand Circuit winnings for the sea
son at CS.100 by going out this after
noon and beating the bunch that last
week cut him out of victory in the Hes
ter Columbus stake. The race to-day
was the Buckeye stake, valued at ,000,
In which Baden took a new record for
himself and the event by stepping the
first mile in 2:05 1-4. The horse also
showed his class by doing the third heat
In the same time.
Imcetuous Palmer, the three-year-old
pacing colt, owned by L. C Kinney, of
Bushnell, Ills., was sent against the
world's record for stallions ot the age
and gave a winning exhibition by doing
a 1.05 1-4 mile, which is a one-quarter
of a second better than the old record
held Jointly by Jim Logan and Kla
tawah. Eva Cord won the 2:11 class trot In
Bessie Boo took her time getting
started In the 2:13 pace and the first two
heats went to Adeline W. Then the
Iowa mare commenced and had the race
at the end of the fifth heat. In the sixth
heat of the 2:14 trot, five ot which were
decided on Tuesday. Jean Arlon was
beaten down the stretch by Dr. Wilkes.
2.14 dasa: trotting; three in fire; purse, tl,200
(fire beats Tuesday).
Dr. Wilkes, b. g. by Steelareh
(Murphy) 210 2 1 1 1
Jean Afion, b. m. (Gray) 3 112 4 2
Aiac jiio, v, u. uuuwsuuj.,.. a iv
Judge K.. Alta Cost. Glendale, Reuben Wnitsoi.
Decoration. Country- Tramp, Loin S and Kil
patrick also started. Beat lima. 249U.
2J5 class; pacing; three in Hre; purse, SL2D0.
Bessie Bee. b. m., by Star Onward
(Parter) 3 3 i 1 1
Adeline T ch. m. (Gordon) 1 1 5 S-
Stet Elder Lad, eh. h. (Rodney) , 2 2 4 6 2
View Elder, Prince K.. Sllrer Diamond. Nellie
Gray, Dr. Czar, and fete also started. Best time.
Bucreko Btage; 2J2 doss; tmttera: three la fire.
nurse, IS 000.
Baden, br. h.. by Bingira (Rodney) Ill
Roth McGregor, eh. m. (McDonald) 2 3 6
Either W.. b. m. (Coa) 4 7 2
Dorarh Medium, The Wanderer, Dare Hall.
Oaadale, and Ieter Boy also started. Beaf time.
2:11 dais, trotting: three in fire: purse. X1.330.
Era Cord. b. ra.. by Silk Cord (Geers) Ill
Deacheiter. blk. h. (Cox) 3 2
Robert MOrot, b g (Januson) 4 2 4
Thistle Uowne, 7ew Seel, Victor Star, Marigold,
BlUr Buff. Mike Egan. and John-W. Dana also
atarted. Bet time, 2JU-
To beat world'e stallion three-year-old record.
Impetuous Palmer. K c by Imretuoua Denl
(Valentine), aon. Time, 2:05V.
IN BOILING GAME
Newly Organized League Starts
Operations with Ten
The newly organized District Depart
mental Duckpin League, which made Its
Initial bow to the howling world Mon
day evening at Blsselle's HalL Capitol
Hill, bids fair to become one of our
largest and strongest aggregations.
This league, composed entirely of gov
ernment clerks. Includes many of the
city's crack small-pin artists. Brosnan.
Jklorrls, Carroll, MUler, Nachman, and
others of like caliber, give It class of
the highest order.
The teams comprising the league are:
Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Cen
sus. Commissioners, Interstate Commerce
Commission, Navy Tard, Pension Office,
Post-office, Treasury, War, and Weather
The officers for the ensuring year are;
H. A. Neff, Post-office, president; W. M.
Barton, Commissioners, vice president:
William H. Boyd, Bureau, secretary, and
B, S. Doyle, Treasury, treasurer.
With Its hundred members, this league
Is assured of a highly successful season,
and Is destined to become a factor In
the "doings of the duckers" from its In
auguration Into the bowling Held.
Largest Morning Circulation.
MARYLAND STATE FAIR, Inc.
Five and One-half Furlongs,
B. &0. Special Train Service.
Leave Union Station 1:10. P. M.
and 1:30 P.M.
Direct to Park in 20 Minutes.
WON BY HAWTHORN
$12,500 Beauty Shows Class 'at
Louisville,-Carrying Heavy Im'
post and Winning Easily.
LoulsvUle. Kk, Oct. i The lnltlat run
ning of the Prospect stakes, headllner of
the card offered at the Douglas Park to
day, demonstrated one thins; Quito con
cluslvely to local turf followers, and that
was that Hawthorn, the two-year-old, for
which A local syndicate paid 112,500 last
spring. Is about the best juvenile on the,
American turr to-oay, lie shouldered the
big impost of 125 pounds and beat the
best two-year-olds at the track, perform
ing the feat with ease. Hawthorn -broke
sideways when the barrier was released,
but quickly righted himself, went Into
an Immediate lead, and held Ms field safe
the- entire Journey. The Widow Moon.
highly thought of in these parts, was
closest In pursuit all the way, while Ros
turtlum beat Solar Star easily for the
short end of the purse.
Grover Hughes captured the secondary
feature, a sprinting handicap at six fur
longs. He shouldered 117 pounds, and
after leading his Meld a merry chase In
the early stages outgamed the supposed
good thing, Jim Basey, in a mild drive
at the end.
Form was very well observed through
out the day, the majority of the public
choices getting down to the wire In
front of their respective fields. Summa
Fl8T RACE-Two-year-olda; aix furlongs. Fly
lag Too. 108 Ulenry). 82.20. won; VollU, 10)
(Eatep), 82.70, second; Sam liincb, lit (LoRt),
C10. third. Time, VJX Glint. Silk Diy, Terrible
urn. ana Armour also ran.
SECOND RACE-AB ages; fire and one-half for.
kegs. Cohort. IK (Wlngfleld), JO 20. won; Saleaoa,
111 (Goose). 13.40, sreond: Gagna. IDS (SpHlman),
C10. third. Time. 136 2-5. Fairchild. Helen Bur
nett. Lady Lightning. Moiaant. Toy Boy. and Tranoe
alao ran. I
THIRD RACE-nandieap; thrre-yrar-oldj and up-
warn; au runonga. urorer Hughe. 117 (oooat),
H.3). won; Jim Baser. 104 (Molnworth). CM. aeo
ond; Three Link, 104 (Buxton), tXX, third. Time,
102 15. Campeon and Kootenay also ran.
FOURTII RACE-Prospects Stakea; handicap)
two-jearolda; six furlongs. Hawthorne. 13 (Lofros).
WO. won; The Widow Moon. 114 (llenrr). U.
econd; Roatnrtium, 101 'Button), LM. third.
Time. 1011-5. Benanet, GoweU, and SoUr btar
FIFTIl RACE Thre-yearHlds and npward; one
mile and aerenty yarda. Ella Bryaon. 105 (llenry).
ira., won; llua bill. 10 (Goose). P.10. aecond:
General Marnhmont. 105 (Moleaworth). ROO, third.
Time, 1:442-5. Dangeroua March, Merry Lad. and
L-amence alao ran.
SIXTH RACE One and one-sixteenth mH-a;
three.ytr-olds and upward. Beautiful. 100 (Molea-
worth), -3.S0. won; Chartier, 1(0 (Buxton), U2D,
second; Working Lad. im (11-nrr). C-. third.
Time. 1.(745. Hawley. Camel. Row of Jeddah.
Commcner'a Touch, and Sayriila also ran.
EACING CARDS FOR TO-DAY.
FIRST RACE Three-year-olds: selling; one mile
Concurran 103 Mar Jasmine 100
Monsieur X lraiKindMr no
l-amellia. 105IMri;llrt .. 112
Knboeonl 105 1 Breaker Boy 112
blr Iienrah 106 I Lucky George 107
bECOXD RACE Three year-olda and up; sell
tg; steeplechase; short course, about two milea.
Scholar. 133 I Shannon Rlrer... ... 137
TSimAnmlO- 1X3 1 Ahmnd-r 138
tUzzioPTaL. UollielenB It)
THIRD RACE-A11 ages: free handicap: COO;
Yankee Notions 93 I Carlton. 1IH
sprite ... US I Lahore 114
Light o'My Life...... 1S I sir John Johnson 121
Right Laay 109
lankee notion and bpnte. Oneck stables.
IXJURTH RACE-Two-yearolds: BUwpoint U-
infi stake; 21.000 added: fire and a half furlongs
fiirty Light, 10S I Tartar..
II en neck
Genesta and Tartar Wilson entry.
FIFTH RACE Three-y-ar-olds and np: frte han
dicap; aellir.g; purse. $(1(4. one and a sixteenth
Amain TWlKnrmak 110
: 1 Miller ..i 10J HSlaflovj Ill
Cliff Edge 110
SIXTH RACE Thr-e-year-oldJ and np; a-uinz.
pune. StiOO, mile and an eighth ,
Apuster vn l Grtden CaaUe HI
Hemprtead IK I Jacqiixllna Ill
Hatt-raa 1( I FrM Mulholland .... Ill
Lord Elam 108 Pretend 108
ITen pounds claimed.
Trojan Belle 105
Polly Worth iw
Anna Patricia 107
Bright Stone. ...
SECO.ND RACE-Tin-Tev-o!: aix fnrlortca.
Cream. 107 I rrine He nnia Iflf
1'orvmi IT I Foorjlattoa U0
Crore Oxsard. 1U
1 B. Itnblnaon:.?..... 105
Trason rl Or. 105
FOCHTII KACE-IIaidlcap, three-irar-olds and
up. mile aoc a alxtccntli.
(Ywnede Menthe.... 25 I Terror.
Mocaler 100 Star l)ou..
Whitewool 100 T M Gim.
FIFTH rtACE-Selllrit; ttree-jearnilda: mile acd
Floral Day. 1C I Pliant 105
Dynamite. 10J I Oar Bird.. .. 107
Patraehe 1CJ IHlntrrfieM. lis
PncJr 105lank IM
blXTII rtACD-Tnrte-yrar-oldi and np; mile and
Sister Florence 96 I Dutch Bock..
Rltrth 99 I Hanly. IM
BobEarlfr. KClOaana. Iu9
Feather Duater. KSlITendi 110
air euow no I
MnrrnUce allowance claimed.
FIRST RACE-Fire furionoi aeulnf.
Tommle Thompson.. 105 1 Spring Stert 112
(Iran Me IX I !. RitD Bindao 112
hiirarlxmf... Ill I fxmey K.A..J. Ili
Clina 113 I Donottn 1U
SECOND KACK-me larionsa; srjllnt
rmntWit, 107 I FVi.ua aft im
rtntlurer 107 Tee llay.....
nnlanri Parrij 107 I Ladr Etna.
The African 110 ( Carrillon, ...,
THIRD RACE Fire forlonrs; selling.
Stanley IL ....
FOUKTH BAC&-nre furlones.
Little Minnie in
it. m. oaoain.
FIFTH RACE Sir and a half fnrlorin.
Tnfmo Onen. KH I Mirmia Brieht:
liursar......a......... ivj imukjj, riucuL.... i.-v
103 1 Elndla B .
103 J. IL Barr.
109 I Little Marchmpct,..
SIXTH BACB-Flte furionrj.
rilHnn iVinaw 110 I Temmeraep.
Wairner 11J I Sabo Blend 112
Yankee Lady Jg Jlcile 113
May linae uai.-Mia 112
Sons of Rocka. 113 1 Cbippcwaran... 115
SEVENTH RACE Seren fnrlonca.
fwtm PriMTls 92 I Rifl4if.lirTnru 1W1
Oliptan J'llS0 " - HO
Jim. 107 1 Golden Treasure.
MCJvnarewa... ....... 1 iuicraaBaa..
EIGHTH UAUtr-Jllle ana a alxuenth.
103 i DorotliT iVe. . . .
Sflici 103 I Brelyn Ioria.......
Apprentice allowance 1
Philadelphia, Oct, i Although Frank
lin and Marshall displayed a 'stubborn
defense. th6 University of Pennsylvania
had no trouble in swamping them" with
a 25 to 0 score this afternoon. The fine
end running of Mercer, Harrington, and
Marshall enabled the Quakers to score
almost at wilt They made two touch
downs In the first' period, one la the third
and two more In the fourth.
Franklin and Marshall had an actlvn
team, and on two occasions the Quakers
were worriecL. Once 'the visitors took a
shot at. the goal with a rush, unit it
went wide only by'a few.lnches. On the
other occasion tne nan was lost on a.
fumble. The, visitors realized that Penn
sylvania's line was its weakest spot, and
they made a 'number of first down hv
I straight plunging, ibut they were usually
thrown foe losses when they tried the
FEATURE MITCH ,
WON BY PHrS.CAKE
Veteran Player Of Bachelors' Club
. -. . ";
Forced to Extend Himself to De
feat H. L. Mapes'at ,Tennis.
Fourteen matches were decided yes
terday afternoon In' the twenty-fourth
annual District: .championship tennis
tournament, held on the courts ot the
Bachelors,' tliib jn Woodley.'TarVr, and
vt ratio no extra. Bets were1 required, good
tennis was seen in nearly every .con
test. With the, exception of one un
finished match, the. first round was com'
pleted In -the' men's doubles and the
third bracket '.finished In 'the 'men's
sincles. Three matches were claved In
the first round ' of the "men's consola
P. II. S. Cake. a. veteran of the
Bachelors' Club, and H. L. Mapes fur
nished the feature of yesterday a pro-
eramme, and after bclnr pushed to his
limit. Cake finally won out, 6 i. S-. Six
Karnes were deuced In the opener when
the players were warming up for a hard
battle. Mapes almost took the second
set by his splendid side line shots, but
Cake strengthened In the pinches and
saved himself from defeat. Cake, how
ever, lacked his usual speed. Mapes was
especially good at the net.
The match that attracted the most at'
tentlon In the doubles was that In which
John Brltlon and Korris W. McLean
defeated Dudley Morgan and M. Turn
bull by 61 and 75. The losers had
a chance to win the second set when
they held the lead by S to 3, but Mc
Lean steadied down and won continu
ously by his terrific service.
Doyle and Lewis Fisher took
Treanor and A. J. Gore Into
camp to the tune of 6 I and 61. Had
Gore not persistently taken so many of
the return shots the losers would, have
made a much better showing'. At times
Treanor could have handled the balls
much better than did his partner.
Treanor won many points, by his smashes
at the net.
F. IoItxman was defeated by
Spencer Gordon In the third round of
the men's singles, the score being 6 4
and 73. In the second set over half
ot the games were deuced before a win
ner was decided. Holtzman clayed a
steady game and was accurate at all
times. Gordon won by his speedy serv-
:e. ine summaries:
Srond round-John K Gram defeated W.
Dunlon by S-i. C-8. and -3.
Third round-Spencer Gordon defeated W.
Holuman br 6-t and 75. John K. Grarea de
feated O. T Sinclair by 6-3 and 3-3 (will be
nnunea to-day) (J. T. Chapman defeated
HUlyer by 7-5 and -. r. II, 8. Cake defeated
II. U Mapra br S-I and 5-6.
rmunlnarT round U. EL DnH. anA Twls
Fisher defeated II. K. Bentlrr and GTT Sinclair
by -0 and -t T. J. Shearman -and Kites de
feated Le Mrdunc and partner by default, Horn
idje and Halltn defeated A. T. Leech and A.
Iech by 5- and 10-1 Loula I. Dojle and Al
W Howard defeated Deaxln and Dore by 7-6 and
6-2. John Ilnlton and N'orria W. McLean de
feated D. Morgan and It. Ttunbull by 6-1 and
7-6. II. E. Dorle and Lewia A. Kraber defeated
A. 1. Gore and I. L. Treanor br 6-4 and 6-:
First round Arthur Hellra defeated A E. Lewis
ly a-0 and 6-l a. JI. Chesley defeated P.
Treanor by 6-2 and 97. R. II. Wedittman de-
ziated I', u ucLachlan br 6-1 and 6-4.
I'lay will continue this afternoon at !:30
o'clock, when the eeml-flnals will be de
cided In the men's singles, the second
round started In the men s doubles, snd
the preliminary and first rounds finished
in tne mens consolations. The card for
SemVdnal rrmd Spencer Gordon n. winner of
indalr'Orarea match. C T Chapman ts. P. n
. Caxe. .
rreltmlnary round-CL Herrle ta. B Darldaon.
r Dr D M Green ts. B. S Dar. A. T.
Leech. Jr. ra. H. K. Bentley.
Trat round-Sam Merrick n. J. D. C Howard.
Cook ra. Hornldr-
Second round Artrrar Hellen n A. 11 Chealey.
Flrat ronnd Doyle and Lewis Flaher ts. Slesr
an and Kitch. Horcidg and Arthur Hellen ra.
. I Dojle and A. W Howard. John Rrttlm
and N W McLean Ta. winner of Floumoy and
Flournoy nilbrr and Darldsnn match. T. J. Shear
man and Kitch t. Homidce and Arthur IleQen.
BY G. D. SGRDBS
Sam Foley Scorps-Ione Touchdown
Against First Team Moriarity
The Georgetown scrub's threw a bomb
Into the varsity camp yesterday after
noon at University Feld, beating the
experienced team S to 0. The scrubs
were under the charge of Dap Dalley,
while the varsity was being run by
Coaches Gargan and Bennls.
A regular game was played, all. of
the new rules being observed and plays
run off just as they would have been
In a regularly scheduled game, gam
Foley, the diminutive quarter back, had
the honor of scoring the lone touch
down of the game.
During one of the scrimmages, Mor
iarity. the big lineman. Injured his
shoulder and will be out of the line-up
for several days. The exact extent of
the hurt could not be learned last
Middle-weight Who Mar Re Black'
listed Leaves for England.
New Tork. Oct, i Billy Papke, for
mer middle-weight champion, sailed for
England on the Mauretanla to-day
without having boxed Frank Mantell, of
Pawtucket, R, I., last night, at the
New Star A. C Papke claimed that the
crowa was noi oig enougn,- our. irienas
of Mantell declared to-day that the
"Illinois Thunderbolt" really feared the
New Englander. Papke may be black
listed by the boxing commission In this
State for refusing to, appear.
The former champion will meet George
Carpentler, middle-weight champion of
France, In Paris, on October 22.
Beginning next Monday. October 7, the
well-known and old-time Washington
manager. John Greves, will become man
ager of the Majestic at Ninth and tho
Avenue, and inaugurate a season of
stock, musical comedy, travesty, and
vaudeville, with a comnanv of forty
clever performers. The chorus will be
large and attractive, and the new cos
tumes and scenic accessories the best
possible. Popular admission prices will
nrevall. and the oromlse la for a season
of fun and frolic that will equal any of
the past Washington nas enjoyed.
Ithaca, N. T., Oct. 1 Cornell football
practice to-day was hampered' by the
absence of a Cumber ot the. best men
because ot Injuries, and others because
of university work., Bhuler, a. promis
ing new .half back, 'has 'gone 'to the In
jured squad, which at present Includes
Cant, Butler, lull dock; underhlll ana
Fritz, the right half back, while O'Con
nor, Williamson, and Jess Whyte are
recovering from hurt.
The scrubs, beat the vaxsitv la a, light
scrimmage, ., .
IVBtlonal "The Littlest Rebel."
"The Littlest Rebel," In which A-'H.
Woods ! cresentinir William Farnum.
commences a one week's engagement
'I next Monday night at the New National
Theater. This play, which has met with
enormous success In New York and Chi'
cago, was written by Edward Peple. and
Is without a doubt his greatest achieve
ment It Is designated an a military
drama, the scenes of the" nlajr are laid
near Richmond, "Va. toward the end ,of
the civil war, -when the ""fankees" were
stowly closing' lrv on the Southern Cap
ital. It tells a beautiful story about a
Southern scout who risked his life to
bring food to his little rirl. who lived
alone in a deserted cabin after the death
of her mother and the destruction of
their home, and In doing1 sd was cap
tured br pat Morrison. U. ,H- A There
Is. an abundance of heart Interest, clever
wit, and humor, and 'manv stirring and
spectacular scenes.' Mr. Farnum will be
sported In Washington by his original
' Colombia "The nose Maid."
Robert K. Graham, who was the- orig
inal leading comedian In "The Merry
Widow," has ornj of his characteristically
comic rolea In Werba. and Luescher1 new
operetta, "The Rose Maid," which comes
to the Columbia Theater next week. Mr.
Graham plays the wealthy bachelor uncle
who Is to pay all the debts of the ex
travagant Duke, of Barchester, his
nephew, and to .avoid which he Invents
a family. Including a bouncing baby
At the hotel in Ostehd. Belgium, with
the aid of tors and Miss Edith Decker,
assisted by the "Sextet of Kute Kid
dles," he delivers "The Happy Family"
song, which wins repeated encores at
each performance through the antics ot
the half dozen tiny tots who toddle
through a maze of dance steps during
the refrain of the number. From the
moment that the curtain rises a spirit
of gayety pervades the action of "The
VtAM XTmM'' anrf ennllmi, iirittl ItiA
Helasco Annette Kellermann.
Next week at the Belasco Theater, Will
iam Morris announces an evening's en
tertainment In three acts and presents
as Its principal feature Miss Annette
Kellermann, who will appear with her
company In "Undine," an Idyl of forest
and stream by Manuel Klein, and "The
Rose of Mexico, a wordless play In three
scenes, by Slg. G. Molasso. This portion
of the programme will be preceded by
a feature act entitled, "Chinatown." In
which will be Introduced the sensational
La Danse de 1'OpIum, with Giovanni
Molasso. Melissa Ten Eyck In the prin
cipal roles; "Tate's Motoring," and sev
eral other novel specialties, this to be
followed by Tom Terrlss and his com
pany of Charles Dickens players In
"Scrooge." an adaptation of Dickens'
"A Christmas Carol." The organization
numbers sixty people. Including an allur
ing ballet of English dancing girls. The
scenic settings are said to be unusually
beautiful and special attention has been
paid to the costuming ot the players.
Aeademr "A Fool There; Vns."
"A Fool There Was." In which Mr.
Robert HUllard has been starring for the
past four years, will be seen at the
Academy next week. Mr. Campbell has
organized a notable ccmrxmv. Including
Elsie Jane Wilson, a -oung Australian
actress, who has come to America with
a magnificent reputation: William Gib
son, who last year was seen In the
role of "The Virginia." originated by
Dustln Farnum; Bertha Julian. Marion
Frederic. Agatha Frederic Rupert Jul
ian. Charles H. Kllwood. Walter B. Wood
all. Edward Clare. Frederick NIcholls,
and Charles McHenry Despite the fact
that this engagement Is the most notable
and highest class to be seen In this
theater this winter, there will be no ad
vance In the regular scale of prices.
Chase's Pnlltc Vnnilevllle.
Mclntyro ind Heath will be the storm
center of laughter at Chase's next week.
These former stars of "The Ham Tree,"
"The Biscuit Bush." and other musical
comedies, are making In vaudeville a
grand Jubilee re.lval of three of their
most famous and funny sketches. On
Monday and Tuesday they will be seen
valtlng at the Church," their most
recent hit; on Wednesday and Thursday
In "The Man from Montana." their chief
success a decade ago, and on Friday and
Saturday, "The Georgia Minstrels," their
The extra added attraction will be
Edith Helena, the prima donna soprano,
the Carl Rosa, the Man-!!?ove
former star of
hHttan. and the Aborn English Grand
Opera companies. This artiste has a
wonderful voice which ranges even higher
than Pattl's, Nllsson's, or Ellen Beach
The special comedy inclusion will be
the Jolly New York cabaret comedians.
Gus Van and Joe Schenck. in a speedy
and sparkling blend of dialect ditties,
tropical songs, and planologue. Another
offering will be the cartoonist. Bert Levy,
giving his amusing projected caricatures
of twentieth "century types.. A foreign
tnovelty, Max's International Burlesque
Circus, will be lntroaucea. it is in six
parts, containing in tabloid form the chief
elements of a three-ring circus.
James McCormack and Eleanor Irving,
the- musical comedy entertainers, will
present their diversion called "Flirt-
f ology." Claude M. Roode. the aerial star.
int. of the Rlngllng circus, is aiso en
gaged. The pipe organ recitals at ISO.
Weekly, with new world-wide happenings,
are other Inclusions.
The Nntlonnl Travel Talks.
The first of a new series of travel
talks to be delivered by Dwlcht Elmen
dorf will take place at the National The
ater on next Thursday afternoon. As
the Initial offering, Mr. Elmendorf will
present his rew lecture. "The Heart of
the Rockies." Starting at Denver, the
tour will lead through many picturesque
canyons to Colorado Springs, from which
point a number of short excursions will
be made to noted places of Interest, such
as Pike's Peak, the Garden of the Gods,
Cheyenne Canyon, and the famous High
Drive, tho South Canyon and the Seven
Palls, the Crystal Park Drive, Manltou
and the TJte Pass. Then there will be
the Interesting railway Journey over the
mountains to Cripple Creek, Colorado's
famous gold camp, returning- through the
Royal Gorge of the Arkansas to the
Black Canyon and over the Alpine Pass
to Sllverton and Ouray.
Those of the fans who are not fortunate
enough to have won one of The Herald's
trips to the series of games between
the New York Giants and the Boston
Red Sox for the baseball championship
ot the world will find the best balm for
their disappointment In a visit to the
Columbia Theater next week, where the
series will be reproduced upon the Rodler
electric scoreboard, which will be In In
stantaneous touch with the field by di
, Foil's Vaudeville.
The famous "Poll Tirand" of popular
price vaudeville will make). Its advent In
Washington next Monday when the varie
ties will succeed the stock company at
the Avenue playhouse. On Monday S. Z.
Poll will change the policy of his theater
for a brief season, offering that class of
entertainment In which he has made his
The public .will await with keen Inter
cut the appearance of the "Poll brand"
of popular, vaudeville, which Is to be
offered at prices considerably lower than
the stock company price. The eater-
talnment will consist each week of ten.
features, beginning at 2 o'clock .for the
matinees and at 8 o'clock 'In the evenings.
The same attaches,, the same reserved
seats, the same accommodations for or
ders by telephone', and the same season
reservations will be aceorded the pa
trons of Poll's vaudeville as have com
mended the playhouse to public favor
during the stock regime.
Gayety f'Tlie Social Maids."
Headed by the eccentric comedian,
George Stone, who will be assisted by the
daintiest soubrette In burlesque, Jennie
Austin, "The Social Maids" will be the
attraction at the Gayety next week. For
a number of seasons Mr. Stone has been
recognized as one of the greatest dancers
on the burlesque stage. This season. Mr.
Stone Is Introducing a unique piano spe
cialty In connection' with his . freakish
Jennie Austin wlldlsplay twelve elab
orate Parisian gowns which were brought
lo her from the French capital this fall
by Joe Hurtlg, the producer.
Among the special features of the enter
tainment next week will bo a Texas Tam
my Dance number, a dancing sextet, and
a double male quartet.
The Lycenm "A Marriage of Con
venience." "A Marriage of Convenience," which
will be presented by the "Miss New
York, Jr.," company, at the Lyceum The
ater, commencing next week.
Heading an Incomparable cast of fun
makers, dancers, vocalists, vaudeville
head-liners and show girls, are Joseph
K. Watson and Will IL Cohen. These
two comedians, who will be remembered
for their fine Impersonation of the en
joyable characters of Brusky and Eusky,
have been reunited again, after a sep
aration of almost four years.
Special music has been composed, and
many of the features and surprises in
troduced are described beyond the pale
As an extra attraction the wonderful
playograph will reproduce the World's
Series preceding the performance.
Beltorelly and GUssando. International
musical comlques, one of the highest
grade offerings In refined vaudeville. Is
one of the many features, new and va-
ers will present a novel scenic offering
described as "a scenic shooting act. In
troducing target practice at the fort,"
with special stage equipment. Willie
Meek and Hester Waters promise "fif
teen minutes In the realms of song and
dance, with sclntlllatlnc snarks of hu
mor." Snowle Maybell. a very pretty girl, will
undertake to carry her audience back to
"kiddle" days. The Three Romans, a
musical trio. In a collation of clever
songs and Instrumental melody, and the
Four Grohvlnls. European acrobats and
rlsley artists, will complete the pro
gramme, which will be suoplemented
with an unusual motion picture offering
headed by Pathe's famous weekly story
of world events In motion picture form.
Alber's Great Polar Bear Act. present
ing eight real shaggy polar monsters. In
the only offering of Its kind In the
norld. will be the leading feature of the
Casino Theater bill next week. This re
markable act. Just as It will be presented
at the Casino, ran for six months at
the London Hippodrome, and for sixteen
weeks at the New York Hippodrome.
Brown and Bartolettl will offer a bur-
lesque travesty. Introducing musical wit
and merry melodies Pearl and Roth
nill provide a planologue. that Includes
clever songs, laughable comedy and a
"whirlwind" finale, while Ruth Curtis.'
whose dainty beauty is said to be a
charm, will sing sweet melodies, with 1
other acts yet to be announced. Motion
pictures new and entertaining, are also
promised features of the best bill of the
season at the Casino.
An engagement extraordinary has been
arranged for the appearance to-day and
the remainder of the week and Sunday
at the Garden. In Ninth Street, of Will
J. O'Hearn and company of eight In
dramatization of the poet Tom Moore's
beautiful Irish legend. Sweet Innls
fallen." embellished with elaborate elec
trie scenic effects. This sketch has an
attractive novelty In the part a flock of
"- Mr. O'Hearn and company
iidvr iiuuuLni tuts Biaiuiti luayivk ill
all tho leading vaudeville theaters In the
United States, with a record of seven
years' success, and appealing, as It does.
to the lives of all the endearing tradi
tions Interwoven with the story of Ire
land and her people, without offense to
the religion or creed of any one. It Is
expected that "Seet Innlsfallcn" will
enjoy tho hearty reception enjoyed else
In addition there will be five other
high-class audevllle acts and excellent
new photoplays, with a select programme
of orchestral music each day during the
engagement, the performance being con
tinuous from 1 to 11 p. m.
Christy Mathewson. premier twlrler of
the New York Giants, plaved the role
of rescuer last Friday night with the
Columbia Knight car, which the baseball
fans of New York presented to him last
spring. "Matty" was driving through
St. Nicholas Avenue, when he observed
a crowd at the corner of H5th Street
Jumping out of his car and elbowing
his way forward, he discovered that two
motorcyclists had been badlv Injured In
a collision with an automobile. "Big Six"
Immediately took charge of the situation.
Lifting the two men Into his car, and
with a policeman beside him, vigorously
blowing his whistle to clear tho traffic
the pitcher put on full speed and made
a record run to Washington Heights
Hospital. When the crowd discovered
the Identity of the rescuer he was round
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