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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 25. 1912.
National League Batting Averages Announced Vigilants Win
Nationals' New Outfielder
Connolly Looks Like the
ningham, and Others Did in International
By WILLIAM PEET.
Official batting and fielding averages of
'the International League, which wltl be
made public In a few days, reveal
lot of dope which will Interest Washing
ton fans. The Nationals last spring sent
Akers and Cunningham to Montreal. Dur
ing "the winter of 1311 Wld Conroy and
Jack Lellvelt were traded to Rochester
for Moeller and Foster, while Griff draft
ed an outfielder and a pitcher from this
circuit, both of whom will be tried out
in Charlottesville next spring.
Outfielder Connolly, the young man
caught In the draft net from Montreal,
wound up the season with a batting aver-
we of .116 for 137 rrames. Connolly came
to the plate 459 times, made 2S runs. 145
bits for a total of 193 bases, including
IS two-baggers, 9 three-baggers. 6 home
runs, and stole 37 bases. Close personal
Xriends of Manager Griffith declare that
Connolly has a chance to make good In
the big show. Ills record on paper looks
lmDressive. to say the least.
Pitcher Dent, another drafted player
whom it Is believed has a' chance in the
.American League, took part in forty'
two games while a member of the New
ark (N. J.) club, winning thirteen and
losing twelve. Ills percentage Is .620.
and while tolling 198 Innings Dent only
irave twenty-eight bases on balls ana
Of the former Nationals who dropped
to the International League, Bill Cun
ningham hit the best, amassing a per
centage of .255 for 102 games. Wld Con-
roy played in 151 games, and hit
Gabby Street, the former Washington
catcher, who figured In the trade for
Jack Knight last winter, was sent to
Providence during the fag end of the
r-eason. after the Now 1 ork Yankees
decided they could not use him, and
played in thirty-two games, batting for
Eddie Gagnier. the sensational early
season shortstop, who was a member of
the Nationals while the club trained at
Charlottesville last spring, and who was
shipped to the American Association,
drifted into the Eastern league, and
played thirty-one games for Newark.
Gagnier hit .211. Jack Knight, who wan
sent to Jersey City by Griff in a trade
for "Roxey" Roach, played In seventy
eight games, and only batted .210. while
Jerry Akers. the pitcher who was with
the Nationals for a minute this past
season, landed In Groom's class as a
'hitter The best Jerry could do with the
stick for thirty games was .109.
Gallaudet vs. Vigilants.
A football game to be played at Pnion
league Park Thanksgiving morning be
tween Gallaudet and the Vigilants Is par
tially arranged. This battle should prove
to be of more than passing Interest, for
If it is played. It will give the football
public of Washington a correct line on
the real ability of the Vigilants, the last
named club having defeated for the past
two years every Independent eleven they
The only reason why the Gallaudet
management has refused to reach a
definite agreement to play. Is that they
do not wish to get "in bad" with the
Amateur Athletic Union, as several of
the Kendall Greeners are track and
basket-ball players, and these branches
of sport We governed by the A. A. 17.
The point In question Is this: The
Vigilants do not play football for their
health. Last season the profits accruing
from each game were pooled and di
vided pro rata among the players. There
fore the Vigilants cannot be classed as
pure amateurs, and Gallaudet fears
that the disqualifications will follow if
Its football team meets the Independent
It seems hardly possible that the A, A.
tT will attempt to forbid the Gallaudet
football players from playing Thanks
giving Day. Inasmuch as this body gov
erns only basket-ball and track sports.
eo the game will probably, be arranged
Fogel on Trial Tuesday.
The day of reckoning for Horace Fogel,
president of the Phillies, Is at hand, says
the New York THTiune, ljut Just how far
the reckoning will go is a grave matter of
doubt. A meeting of the National League
will be held on Tuesday to consider the
charges made by President Lynch that
Fogel gave statements to the press re
flecting on the Integrity of the umpires,
and the head of the organization himself.
Each side In the battle has put Its case In
the hands of counsel, the briefs have been
prepared, and the owners will sit In Judg
ment on the charged.
A meeting to consider the matter was
called directly after the world's series
closed, but Fogel outwitted President
Lynch by standing on his constitutional
rights and demanding to bo served with
a copy of the charges. There was only
one thing to do, and the owners willingly
consented to Fogel's request. It was an
open secret at the time that in postpon
ing action they hoped a change would be
made In the ownership of the Phillies
which would remove Fogel from his posl
,Uon and thus do away with the neat sslty
or an Investigation.
Although rumors have flown thick and
fast In regard to the purchase of the
Phillies by new capital, still Fogel seems
to have retained his Interest, and the
owners must now handle him without
There Is not the slightest doubt that the
organization is In a serious predicament
and would much prefer to let the case die
TV natural deatfT. If It comes down to an
Issue, either Lynch of Fogel will be com
pelled to retire. If the charges are sus
tained, then Lynch must step down and
out; If they are disproved, there Is only
one thing for Fogel to do, and that Is to
pt:t out of organized baseball, the af
fair has received so much publicity and
LrrdT THE CUB
fe7 TlM0OSmTEDTD TRrMNINGr BY I faTp ff lKrw HBW W !PV p WMElH 0O IGtVT 3B0C ttrWSON,
Goods What Conro'y, Cun
Is so sensational In Its character that the
eyes of the baseball world are upon the
national League owners.
Joe Wood, of the Boston Red Sox. who
was the American League's greatest dis
triouter or goose-eggs last season.
blanked five of the seven teams that
faced him. Cleveland and Philadelphia
alone escaping. Smoky Joe whltwashed
the Highlanders thrice, the Nationals,
Browns, and White Sox each twice, and
the Tigers once. Three of the Boston-
lan's wins were marked by the narrowest
possible deciding score 1 to 0 the pitch'
era he conquered being Walter Johnson,
who, like Wood, stood well up in the
voting for the Chalmers trophy; Edgar
Wlllctt, and Georgo McConnell. When
Wood kept the Tigers from the plate he
had to toll for eleven Innings, and then
a fumble by Jim Deiehanty was of great
assistance to the Red Sox in getting
their one run. s
Wood was the lone American Leaguer
to reach double figures In whitewash
Walter Johnson, of the Nationals, was
the runner-up to Wood In using tho
brush. Ed Walsh, of Chicago, reached
third, another Eddie the left-handed
Plank, of Philadelphia-being No. L
Boston was the hardest team to white
wash and Chicago the easiest. All told
there were seventy-nine games In which
one team was kalsomlned and one con
test in which both drew ciphers.
Below will b found the pitchers" rec
ords In shutouts for 1912:
Wood, Rxton New York. 3: Chtcajo, 2. St. Louis,
2; Washinftou, 2: Detroit. 1.
Johnson. Washington New Tort. 2; Rnskw. 1. CM
ns". 1; Cleveland. 1. Detroit, I: rhlladelrMa, 1.
TValsh. Chicago Detroit. 2: Bctoo. I. New York.
1: rhlladdphla, 1; Pt. Louit. 1.
flank. ITuladelrhia Cleveland. 2: Cbtcajo. l;Nevt.
Tort, 1: Washington. 1.
rwiins, Boston Oiicaso. 2; CWdand, 1: De
OtMnrll. New York Cleveland. 2; t. Lotus, 1;
Bern. CSucajn-aereisnd. 1: Philadelphia, : -
Kahler. Cleveland-Nest Trek. 2; Detroit. L
Brown. Philadelphia Chicco, 1; Cleveland, 1;
New York, 1.
O'Brien. Bosun-Detroit. I: ltiilsrWiJua. 1.
Hall. Boatou-Cleveland. 1: St. Loins. I.
Langc. CtiaEO-FhUadrlphia. 1; Wathinston, 1.
Diiboe. Detroit-Chicago. I; New York, L
Mullln. Detroit-fit. loins. 1: Washington. 1.
Raumcardner, St Louis Cnlcaao, 1. Detroit, L
Wethnan. St. Louis Thlcafo. 2.
I, room. Wash iaston New York, 1; St. Louis. L
White. Chicago Detroit.
Ciootte. Chicago Washington.
Scott. Chicago tit. Loin.
Blinding. Cleveland Chicago.
Steen. Cleveland St. Louis.
Baskette. CJewland Boston.
tiregg. Clereland Boston,
forington. Detroit dereiasd.
Works. Dstroit St. Louis.
WUWt. Detroit-St. LesiH
Vaughn. New York PhfladeJrhia.
ffcnmb, Philadelphia Cleveland.
Bender. Philadelphia Chicago.
K. Brown, St. Louis Catcao.
". Brown. St. Lords Detroit.
Hamilton. St. Loola Washington.
Allison, St. Louis New York.
Hughes Waahlnjrtoo St. Louis,
Carhlon, Washington Cleveland.
Ylefrnt Fnrt lyer Tram by 30 to 14
The Engineer football team defeated the
eleven from Fort Myer yesterday at tho
Arsenal in a hard game by a 30 to II
score, the Bridge Builders, walking away
with the Virginians. At no time during
the game was the Fort Myer team dan
The feature of the contest was a run
of eighty yards by Morley for a touch
down In the second quarter. Morley In
tercepted a forward pass on his own
20-yard line and ran the length of the
field for the points. Blair and Sullivan
also played well for the winners. Next
Sunday the Engineers will meet the Vigi
lants for the championship of the Dis
trict, and as the Vigilants were only able
to score one touchdown last year, another
battle royal Is expected.
Anunpolla Eleven Drnten by 27 to U
In a hard fought game at Union League
Park yesterday the National Athletic
Club defeated the strong Maryland Ath
letic Club, of Annapolis, 27 to ft. The
visitors made their only score In the
first half on a forward pass, Connell to
Bass. Tho features of the game were the
playing of the Nationals back field and
the all around work of Costello. The Na
tionals will Journey to Frederick, Md.. on
Thanksgiving Day to play the crack
Frederick High School. Line-up and
Rotter. L. E.
O. Flaner, L. E.
Brown. L. cj.
Wilson, R. T
Collins. R. K.
Thompson. L. T,
ljunt, L. J.
Peyton. It. C
Rcrnolds. B. T.
Cwtell-v R. I.
Oraee (capt-1, Q. B.
Rarton. L. H. It.
n. ruber, y. b.
Desnan, R. H. B.
SabstiUitesTovreni for Barton. McDonald for Dcs
uv Ellis for Costello. Weaver for Cosier. Healr for
revton. Garden for Remolds. Locket for O. Fisher.
Brown for H. Fisher. W. Fisher for Lee. Maeallns
for Brown. Base for Collins, TonchdownawDegnaa
ttmteuo. a. Johnson. Baa. Kicked goals
Gran (3). Missed goalsGrace. Connell. Referee
Mr. Wajne Hart, of Vigilant. Umpire Mr. "Hip" i
Dugan. Oonzag. Head linesmen Mr Joe Crouch. I
O. W. U., and Mr. Kellr. of Iledmont A, C
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Uj BILL DAILEY.
Thetr wis niWta New lUn-n RatuMr nUht.
Ghaitel Street must hate rcsmWrd the mam ttaor
oaffafire In AlMaudn va m. bolldaj. Int itch
ttm buJWoc wit yetr.
Ai iredktM in thti enrumn FMdaji. !-
laa-Jrt uncrrtfd ft raOd wirpriM rrtj for Johns
H(in. Poor old Hofiins.
Lehtffh rananWiM it ancient lira. Ufijrtt
hi tie annual foottall l-ttlf. Omuderablfl money
rifht here In the Capital chmzrd haudi. Wc
know a pjy wno l'st a bnle deflar.
ylthe follies of 1?12: Centrr Itoah AiMtm
H&j Name football rlrren.
Nw has just reached us that Tad Donnollj.
Georcftcwn" end nnh, baa Joined tL local rn
cil of the EnlffhtJi of Columbia Ta4 will rrob-
ablr coach the dincine riaja thia vintrr tie a
ishme dancer, we hare been told.
Judzw Keller, our worthy ncxibe. hnuld be
on the bench Mfiodar morningr after (.eorgetoim-
-Herald's All-Hlb School eleren wiU rt-babU
please mo of the schoolboy football followers
here except the Central crowd, who will liielj
t that Tonntt Jir. fewan la in neea c an
oculist wbco be falls to a at least ten AH tlicb
ten on the Hlue and White tnuad.
Scout Mike Kahoe has not tned out the
half-mile track. He is waiting for them to put
up the ralied corners. "Sreed" is Mikes watch
Ms flrfrV: tb local semi I to football nlajrr
and wre&tler, says he knows who shot the jjtne of
petacB in the IUlkniw. f
AI Handiboe. the wartiinrton hw. who Mayra
auoh sensational ball with the Sarannah Hub. of
the Sally Lra.ru, aaya that the clunale down in
Georgia ajrreed with him. and that he cained
twentT-flte ruunds. Al looks srry and handsome.
and expects reit year to be his feat in the minora.
Althontfi the bones of all the football players
I the bic football ruae of Saturday were intact
after the clash, seretal hundred Yale students were
reported broke. But then w mint aniidpate aome
caaualties in all red-blooded sporta.
We can call the play in adTance: "Lynch
raught in a run-up, Fbsel to Brush to Herrmann.
The only time a Democrat can eonftlatently faror
protectlre taxUT Is daring the world's series, whan
tb "reTenne ooir pnnctr-e aoea nix app-y. rxr
the laDtection of tho fan aujtvest tha followinc
rcTiaion downward of th world's series schedule:
Beats. Old. New.
Box ehairs. each. ...,.. V-W t,00
Reset-re craxtd etand 3,w IJB
tlnreserred trand stand 2.OT 75
Admission, bleachers . 1.00 SO
BRICKIEY BEACHES MAJORITY.
Harvard' Great Football Star Cele-
Cambridge. Macs., Nov. 24. Charles Ed
ward Brlckley, the hero of yesterday's
Ilarvard-Yale football contest, celebrated
his twenty-first birthday with his family
at his home in Everett.
Of the ITS points scored by Harvard dur
ing; the present season. Brlckley has
counted 94 points, over half -of what his
team has made. Nine touchdowns, thir
teen field noals, and a goal following a
touchdown U his record. As a drop kick
er he stars, and he made this hls'Tpecialty
seven years ago with the one hope of as
sisting Harvard to defeat a Yale team.
brlckley Is a wftolesome. democratic fel
,0. and Is working his way through col
lege and stands very high In his studies.
Own System of Training a White Hope.
BIG CHANGE URGED
IN YALE FOOTBALL
Progressive System of Coaching De
manded Receipts This Season
Amount to $75,000.
New Haven. Conn., Nov. H. Plans for
a radical chance in Yale's football
coaching system will bo taken up by the
new athletic committee during the win
ter, but it Is Impossible to forecast their
action. Most of the older football alumni
wlph a graduate coach of experience ap
pointed for a series of years, demand
ing that a progressive system be estab
lished, and pointing out that Yale has
won from Harvard and Princeton only
once In the past four years.
Yale's football coaching headquarters
at the Hotel Taft were closed to-night
for the M-ason. Head Coach Howe has
gone to Ms home In New Jersey and will
devote the remainder of this school year
to Y. M. C. A. work. He may stuuy
law later. Line Coach McDevitt has
gone to Annapolis to drill the Navy
guards this week, and Scully and
Vaughan have gone to their homes.
Yale's football receipts for the year
will amount to about J75.CXXV Including
S31.V0O from the Harvard game: S2S.000
from the Trinccton game; 110,000 from
the Brown game, and the remainder
from the minor contests. This will be
easily Increased by J100.C00 another year
with the opening of the new concrete
stadium at Yale and the game in the
Yale's outlook for next season Is fair,
with Pendleton. Warren. Avery. Klynn.
Carter, Pumpelly. Markle. Castles, and
Cornell, of this fall's veterans, in the
squad. In case the present coaching sys
tem is continued. Spalding. Phllbin, Bo
melsler and Cooney will probably be the
coaching staff for next season.
NAVY TEAM HOPEFUL.
Middle Believe They Have Chance
to Defeat Army RItoIi.
Annapolis, Md.. Nov. 54. The Naval
Academy football team will start to-morrow
on Its final preparations for tbe same
against the Military Academy eleven on
Franklin Field. Philadelphia. The
victories over tho North Carolina Ag
gies and the University of New York en
courages the Navy contingent greaUy,
and It is believed here that tho chances of
another victory this year are at least
even. It is held that individually the
Navy team Is stronger than the Army,
and that the team work will Improve
greatly during the week.
The team will leave Annapolis for Phil
adelphia on Thursday, a day earlier than
usual. This will afford an opportunity for
practice -on Franklin Field on Thursday
afternoon and Friday, and will enable
the Navy team to 'become thoroughly ac
quainted with the grounds.
TO VIGILANTS BY
A SINGLE POINT
Independent Champions Retain
Title, Winning Great Foot
McBRTDE AND BROWN STAR
Sweeping the Vigilants off their feet
In the llrst quarter, the Cardinals, of
Alexandria, all but won the Independent
title of the District and Virginia yes
terday at Union League I'ark. the Blue
and Gray aggregation taking the strug
gle by a count of It to 13. and winning
by a goal In the final quarter.
The Cardinals outplayed tho Vigilants
In the first half, tearing through the
locals' line time and agiin. The visitors
scored a touchdown In less than four
minutes of play. The tVlgllants tied the
count In the second period, when Sin
clair received a forward pass and ran
30 yards for a toueiidown
In the second half the Cardinals
marched up the field until Kemp Cock-
rcll smashed over the line from the
2-yaril mark for the second Alexandria
touchdown. SIcBrlde missed a hard goal,
the wind carrying the ball wide. With
Mess than five mlnuten to play, Bay
Brown, the former Bochester I'niverslty
star, took the ball on the Cardinals'
30-yard line and circled right end for
a touchdown. Brown kicked an easy
goal, making the score stand 14 to IX
Mrltrlde n Star.
The work of Mc-Brlde and Corkrell. of
the Cardinals, was of tho highest order,
the former tearing through the Vigilants'
line time and again for good gains.
while Cockrell made several good gains
around the ends. Snowden. in quarter
hack, ran the Cardinals well, and used
a fake play to good advantage.
For the Vigilants. Bay Brown. Bumps
Turner, Bombrcst, and Sinclair played
the star game, th" latter stopping Mc-
Brlde many times. Line-up and num
Ifciuibft, l T.
Mrltnoald. U T.
Bum. U G.
Itombrraf. B. G.
Turner. It. T.
Uni. Q. B,
Irovr. L. H. B
Lswirw,. B. If. B.
MfKit'iif. V B.
men!!, u i.
Hhtnnnn. K. G.
McBrtd. U H. B.
K. Octroi. It. H. D.
mart. F. B.
TtoucfadawTi Mcflnde. Corirrit, MnciAJf, Brown.
ok1 men tKnHloMTjHrirtrn, Mchmii;,
Bndf. Gol mi-weil McUnde. ht.btilu4iae--Joiit
for Uousu. Brown for Fanner. Farmrr for tra
nnne. Btbhinffton for UrKmzlr. lAcarion tor Bb-
binctnn, Husf-n for rittvnra. McKlfmJi fur
IlnshM. Hart for McDonald. McDonald for Rrfin.
lltf (ire-Mr. Clifford, Gnrctmm. Vmrr Mr
IGmii, Gooxaa. Hfd lint-roan Mr. Omigh. G,
V L' I4nnicn Mtwrs. Krtlr ai! Mqullcr. TtnJ-
krrr Mfsar. Patirrsno and Carroll TAmo ol
quartrr-W and 13 minntca.
IS THE BEST SINCE
P. T. BARNUM'S DAY
As Battllnrj N'lson's rlnc powers
wane his ability as a press agent In
creases. The former light-weight
champion Is touring- the small towns
throughout the Middle West and Is
steadily adding to his bank roll In one
way and another. Nelson has acquired
the art of obtaining publicity to per
fection, and some of his efforts In this
direction rival those of the well-known
P. T. Barnum.
Among the things he did to keep
himself in the limelight during his
visit to St. Joseph were:
Attached the fcate receipt nt n
rlrrna) for 91 and Interest for a boat
be fonicht seventeen rear ago itlth
Paraded with a burlesque show,
Foucht Steve Ketehel.
Tried to referee m bout and on
being; turned dovvn acted aa second
for one of tbe rontrntauita.
flave dlnner to friends Is the the
Tried to ride a bueklatr bronebo.
Took part In a street right with a
Was arrested for prize fighting,
and beat tbe cane nfter making; an
exhaustive argument In ihlrh he
showed that he was familiar with
the law on the subject to -tr-remark-able
Meanwhile, his hunt for a wife goes
merrily on. He Is constantly on the
point of committing matrimony, but the
name of the lady In the case Invariably
changes, as he moves from place to
place. Ostensibly he keeps the names
a profound secret, but they always leak
out. From time to time announces
that he Is about to make a trip to
Australia or a tour of the world, but
he never finds time to start before he
Is deep In some other scheme.
One of the remarkable features of
Nelson's campaign for publicity Is the
fact that his exchequer is rarely dimin
ished by so much as a dollar for all the
advertising ho receives. At present he
Is having a specialist working on his
cauliflower ears for the purpose of re
ducing these appendages to something
like normal proportions. This Is taken
further activity In the ring for good
Frank Schulte. the Cub right fielder,
Is hibernating at West Baden and keep
ing In prime condition. If Mike Mitchell
goes to Chicago In the Tinker deal
Schulte will probably be shifted to center
by Manager Evers. allowing Mike to
keep his regular location in right. Or
Mitchell may be sent to left field, which
Is the aun garden on the Cub, grounds.
I Maintain Standards in Underwear
.. Of course, I add the worthy new lines as fast as tney
appear but I keep my assortments complete of the tried
1 and satisfactory makes. You will find it a great advan-.
tage being able always to duplicate styles and sizes and
UnioruSuits are my hobby, because I know how su
perior they are but not "a hobby to the degree that cur
tails my variety of "two-garment" Underwear. I guess
I've got tlie biggest range in town and in EVERY
Union Suits, $1 to $4. 2-garment, 50c to $5.
Louis Hirsh Nine-twelve F Street
Wc arc specializing in Fine Tailored Overcoats, and are
offering them at interesting prices.
Our specialty a $20.00 Overcoat, $16.50.
$1.50 English Cape Gloves, $1.15.
1233 Penna; Ave. H.W.,
give Herald sy,000 rontf mt Totem.
SPAETANS ON TOP.
Pefent honthrrn Klexen ! 33 to O
In a slow and uninteresting game, the
Spartan A. C jesterday defeated the
Southern eleven, 33 to 0. This Is the
Spartan's fourth straight victory. Bros
nan's 50-yard run was eaxlly the feature
of the game. Gray and Itecves also played
well for the winners. The Southern
eleven was greatly handicapped by the ab
sence of Hengley. Its yUir end. The game
was Spartan's all the way, their goal
never being In danger. The winners could
have easily doubled the score, but for the
fact that a string of substitutes played
the entire tecond half. Holden played his
usual good game. rext Sunday the Spar
tans playg tho Regents, and un excellent
game Is looked for. Line-up and sum
mary: hlnans. Southerns.
Mandn. L. E. Uttintesr. I- E
U'lsaaunn. LI. rranluni. !.. f .
Rmnun. I.. ;. Mrt'r. LC
Cranston, It. C.
Ilceie. It. n.
Wfsf. R. ii
Mmii. K E.
Howifef. J. K
Thrmai, L. l. R
I'antwril leapt.), Q. B.
Tailor. R. H I
httJ tcrt.. V H
Toucndonrni StiflonL MontrcnY (2), heyrr ij.
(oaJ fret flHd Cintwell. iUmi humkI CintiIl
O. B3t O. Korrjde. IWm-Mr. O'Lnrr. M"
curr. Imprn-JIr. Hrtmacp. C M. fi HeaJ lines
man Mr. JUyhrw. Timtierxf M. HWlrtjn, Yile
Sahtitntr-Rat44tt for Mamlra. Ttirnrr for Wim
mn UnT for Unxiian. Ttirkw for NruUDd. IioM-n.
fjf Cnuwtm. Mafford tot Lanamau, Rerm f-
Turner. Tim of quarter-10 mlnntrs,
RACING CARD FOR TO-DAY.
VfthT flee, trade fast.
HR-ST RAE To-tear--H: maltViu; xirte W'.
miditioiij; flte and a half fnrWrSv
Battrry 1 I A Woo
Harwl All Amind
109 ' Jack Krllctfir
1 i K II line... . .
Kairj (;taoUir . 19 I Itirblaiyl K3 1
SttOO.NTi KJrE-Tw-Tar4ds; nrditl9t: sevtn I
1JiM nnuh 103 1 Earlr LUftl 1W
Verichni H I VtAmX . 'IB
llanircat Iflfi I Ilmiarr 112
trnuOTS 1 1 Nash Cash ...... 115,
THIItD UACB-Tlire-sear-oI4 and opward: Wil
ms; six furlongs.
VtmA' 9 I Miss MrnnnU ... 1
! I"T 99 I Itnhnm II 10T
Ital OiSf .. lot I Starlet ltnjrn:tl.. HI
iikt in i iima mi
Ultie Pal IN I Bodkin 111 i
Hrrrab. jr .. IM I Itanmj Accottnt..... IU I
Als rliKlM?: I
Joe Caiuna I0l Toddling 104 '
C!isse ICT t Westem IW-llp 115
rOUUTTl rtACE - ihrnrtV Handicap; all ajts. ,
mile and a sixteenth I
Hamni 100 1 Lochhrl 115
Knrmsk 106 Guy Plshcr IIS
Merrr Ladd til I
niTIl RACE Thret-jtaMldJ an! npsiael: fir
rljlvan Dell"'.'.'.'.'. IOO Harvey
Jiidg' Howell IM ' Thro
linn v urran ...
104 I Jacobite
1IB I Lady Ssbil
lTrmiei 103 I Royal Meteor 11.
Coldcn Castle 100 I Jark IMiman 111
Siwllbonnd 1 ' Ventea Mrcme Hi
Clem Beachej 1 I lfcn Loyal lit
Moncnrf HI I . ,
AM eligible: Chilton Siuasr.- 100.
SEVENTH RACE Three yesrelds and upward,
mile and a sixteenth.
SI Josrrh 99 I Harlem Lass 10
Little Ep tool Kanfman .. Ttj
(rtrtlan ITO I Mdi
rjnilv I 110 t Cneerup
The rlijuire 101 Montagnie 107
Con Curran -. 103 I HaMeman
hlK 103 1 rUl llrsnev
Sam Barber IU I Annie Sellers lttl
Apprtntlce allowance claimed.
St. Georces Trim Celtics.
New York. Nov. SI. In the second round
of the American Amateur Football Asso
ciation cup tie at Marquette Oval. Brook
lyn, this afternoon the St. Georstes de
feated the New York Celtics by a score
of 3 goals to
Nearly half of the population of Fran -e
is engaged in agricultural pursuits.
Don't Throw Away
Your Dull Blades.
We will re-sharpen
thean so they will
shave bette- than
S Hslta Blades and All
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We tve Herald J3,000 contest votes.
$aks & (Sonuimig
Union Hardware, full nickle
plated extention, ball-bearing
Skates. Regular $2 value;
1422 N. Y. Ave., Evans Building
IS READY HERE
$10 to $30
And you are ready for It since
these nipping lajs have arrived.
B. K. Overcoats are tailored to
eat-h the eye of good dressers.
More than 'hat the sturdy fab
rics and thorough workmanship
mean extra service.
901-9 8th St. S. E.
all i;irxi io per cnT oft
GEORGE A. EMMONS
207-207 1-2 Pa. Ave. S. E.
ELECTRIC RADIATORS, $6
Just the thinp fur t'ie mom
that doesn't jjet sufficient heat
from the furnace.
Lamp sv-i ard crti attartun-nt.
Of Electric Grill., .-,0.
National Electrical Supply Co.,
Always the Same
pectat Prtrate Dvllvcry.
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WILSON & TRAMELL
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
atasaslnes. rertodlcala. and General
SIS G ST. -V. V. fbone stala rCO.
CTa Gin Votes in Tha Herald's J3.0M CcotasL
804 Seventeenth Street
97 YFAB1" Snccessfnl practice In the
LI IbHItd cnre ot chronic. Nervon.
and Special dlseaaes of Men and Women.
Sleans Health to Yon if Yon Suffer
Frcxn Cstarrb. ObesttT. Rbenmatism. CanstlpaUoo.
Illee. Throat. Lung, Brain, Heart. Blood, and Mu
Ulseasca. enoua Debility. Kidney Diseases. Blad
aer Troubles. Specific Blood I'oisonlQZ. Eruptloca.
I'lcera. and all Crirata Ulseaae cured foe Ufa bv
Private Unltlnir Itoom for Latllea,
13 to li 3 to 8. Snndaia. It to It
DR. BALDUSo 6ennaa zm
On the nervous system, blood, and
stomach. Doctor's service and medicine,
(2. Hours. 10 to 8. Phone M. 251L
Wa Civ. VcUs In Tht Herald's J3.0CS OmUst
Should know about tbe New Discovery
....... Imparts Vigor.
OINTMENT Promotes Growth.
.n ontvardlr applied remedy certain and
sure In Its action. Makes cak men stron
and srrorjc men stroarer. One acolication
proves Its worth. I nstlrcrsecnreasampleand booklet
Order today. " Line tnbe by mail, in plain wrap-
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book sealed. It elves full particu
lars and directions Invaluable to ladle
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