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THE WASHINGTON HERALD; FEUDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913.
wn's Graduate Athletic Director
GRIFF GUEST OF
MAKES PLEA FOR
T(f MEMORIAL A. C.
IRISH GENTLEMAN IS
HRST'IN BIC RACE
Nationals' Boss to Attend the
Banquet as Guest of Car
dinal Athletic Club.
OTHER SPORT 'COMMENT
Big, Husky Twirlert Are Wanted by
Major League Clubs These
n WILLIAM PHET.
The "Washincton baseball club boasts
of no warmer friends and loyal fans
than the citizens of that llonrishine little
city across the Potomac River Alexan
dria. The Alexandria boys want to know
Manager Griffith better, and are to be
afforded this opportunity next Wed
nesday night, as the Old Fox has ac
cepted an Invitation from President
Sylvester -A- Breen, of the Cardinal
Athletic Club, to attend a banquet at
the Hotel Rammel. The spread Is in
Mr. Griffith's honor, and Is sure to be
a big affair, as Mr. Hreen never does
things by halves.
Since living m Washington, scarcely
more than a year. Manager Griffith has
endeared himself to the heafrts of lo
cal fans in a manner entirely differ
ent from any of his many predecessors.
He has addressed Y. M. C. A. meetings
for boys, accepted invitations to In
formal church gatherings, displayed
more than a passing Interest In local
amateur baseball, and. In fact, gone
out of his way to do countless little fa
vors. Is It any wonder that the Wash
ington fans supported the Nationals In
grand shape last season?
Alexandrians have always made the
cause of the Washington baseball club
their own. They. too. have been gen
erous In their patronage. The Cardinal
Athletic Club Is a permanent institu
tion over in the Virginia city. Its
1-asehall. b.isket-1-all. and football team
rank with the best of their class in
ManaiVr JJriffitli lias a pleasant
evening in store for himself next Wed
nesday. Only Big Twirlers Wanted.
Baseball scouts these days would no
mure think of recommending a five
feet four twlrlrr from tho minor
leagues than of tlymg.' They are after
the bis fellows, men able to irtand the
pan of a gruelling season.
-Wee Willie" McUill. Kid Carsey.
and other former hie league stars,
were midgets compared to the present
crop. The scout who dug up Jack
Warhop for the New York Highland
ers had his nerve with him: for of all
the little li.it- '.vlio have been reconi
i.i. ! .luring the past live years
w .ii hop is easily the best: and. in fact,
about the only one.
Take the :.sw recruits to be tried
out by the Xatlonals this season: every
one of them -measures close to the six
foot mark Doc Ayrcs, Bickers. Dent,
and Austin arc all great, big chaps.
Jirohan. Barton and others are about
lire feet eleven, and weigh in the
neighborhood of ISO pounds.
Griff himself is not a small man.
Although short of stature, he always
weighed 161 pounds when performing
active duty. anf the Old Fox wants
only big, husky, rangy twirlers for nis
Griff Calls on President.
Clark Griffith, manager of the Wash
ington baseball club, and "Brownie"
Uurke. the diminutive mascot of the Cin
cinnati Reds." called on President Taft
-n--terda. Proident Taft talked over the
K-iseball situation and semed immensely
pleased with his callers.
Southpaws on Champion Teams.
Manager Birmingham, of Cleveland, has
loaded up his pitching staff with live
"southpaws"-Gregg, Mitchell. Cullop.
James, and Wilson and opponents r the
Naps are promised a steady diet of left
hand twirling nexi year. Ed Bang, of
the Cleveland News, sees - hopeful sign
in so many "southpaws" hanging around,
because even pennant-winning team has,
had at -least one good left-hand twlrler.
Mr. Bang points out that Nick Altrock
and Doc White had a bis part in the
success of the Chicago White Sox In
7306; that Joe PflestT aided materials
In the pennant winning of Chance's
teams: that Ed Killian was a valuable
asset to Detroit when the Tigers
assei to J-ei-o.v , s.. '" "," w
landing championships: that Eddie Plank ,
and Harry Krause were
the Athletics in 1310 and 1911. and that
Rav Collins. George Wiltse. and "Rube"
-Mai-quafd had much to do with the de
ciding of last year's races. Ray Collins
MHnlnlv Hl.l It vhr the twri victories
in which he pitched at Shibe Park In the
first week of last July that turned back
the world's champion Athletics and helped
to prove to the Red Sox that they had
the power to pull down the buntln;
But had Mr. Bang gone back further
than 190? he could have added one more
illustrious name to his list. This was
"Rube" "(Yaddell. through whose ability
the Athletics won the championships of
1D02 and 136.
Bnltling Nelson Wetl.
Chicago. Jan. 3. Battling Nelson, for
fourteen years in the prize ring without
being knocked down, took the count from
Dan Cupid. To-day he was wedded In
his home. In Hegwlsch, to Miss ray King.
a Denver newspaper artist. A brass band
of twenty-five pieces serenaded his home.
ALL OUR MEN'S FASHIONABLE
IN A CICANTIC CLEARANCE
Itrgutarlj. tflO.OOj now..
Renrularly, lt-M)j now..
Regularly, Sl'-SOs now. .
Regularly, tSSJMi now..
Ilegulnrly, fSTJSOf now..
THE MAN'S OEPT. STORE
901-9 8th St. S. E.
Down by the Var Tftrd.
We clre vote In The Herald
Special to Tim Wa-hinjton Herald.
Baltimore. MdU, Jan. 23. An eloquent
plea for athletic amity Is made In the
following letter by William Burdlek.
chairman of the local registration com
mittee, to H. P. Foley, of the Memorial
Athletic Club, of Washington:
'The Baltimore TnaDers stated yester
day that you are planning a 10-mllo run
February S. Inasmuch as a number of
your members are registered In the A.
U., I hope that you are going to make
this,' a sanctioned event, so that members
of clubs desiring to take part may do so
Ithout affecting their standing. It seems
pity -when we have so few competitions
In Washington that there should be any
break in the present pleasant, conditions.
If tho Richmond Amateur Athletic Fed
eration has felt it would be a mistake to
withdraw and so weaken athletics. I be
lieve we all would be happier would the
Washington organization take the same
course. I would like to talk to you some
time about this matter, for it has interest
for you. Yours sincerely,
FUNTJS FOR REGATTA.
Navy SInat Be Aaaureil of Cash Dr.
fore Appljlng for Ilic Kvent.
Philadelphia, Pa.. Jan. 23. Unless the
Schuylkill navy can be assured of a suf
flcient sum of money to meet the ex
penses of bringing the national regatta
here they will not make an application
ror tne event.
This was decided at a meeting of the
naval board, held last night at the Col
onnade. A committee was appointed to
scund the clubs and to interest business
men In order to secure subscriptions.
The sum needed Is J2.000. Officers were
elected ns follows
rnnip .uaas. crescent Club, commo
dore; George Melloy, Undine Club, vice
commodore; Dudley G. Glmber, secre
tary. Quaker Club; Howard Young, treas.
urer, and Charles Selder, Jr., logkceper.
ROLLER POLO TO-NIGHT.
ou nml Baltimore ale
rrnu Sknllnc Rink.'
To-night's the night when the Wash
ington and Baltimore teams meet at the
Arcade Skating Rink in another one of
those fast and exciting games of roller
The Baltimore boys will appear in their
new uniforms for the lirst time.
Roller polo is gaining scores of ardent
followers every week, and the advance
inquiries maicatc a recora-oreaKins
BASKET-BALL AT "Y."
Upl-ilmny- and ItcKiiIare claaji To
To-mortow night at S:" p. m. the
Regulars of the A. M. C. A. will have
as their opponents In a regular league
game the Ave from the Epiphany gym.
This game should be a good one, aa
the Epiphany team has been playing in
good form lately and arc fresh from a
victory over the Georgetown Cblleglans.
Having won this game, they feel that
they are now due to turn the trick on
1. M. C. A. team and they are hot
after another victory- Line-up of teams:
V. M Cs A. KEG. EPIPHANY.
Vanla. I.. F. :bren, L. F.
Almon. R. F. VcHale It T
Valk. C Stro-sbansb. C
llone. I li Ilium. U ;
inc. is. i. 1-Tia.e. IE U
Ingram Five Win.
nappy game played at the In
gram .Memorial Church, the Ingram bas-l.et-ball
team defeated the Epworth
Church. S3 to 19. Line-up:
Pcdlow. L. r.
Rradhurn. It r.
l-k. L. O.
Norton. B. G.
Hl-iettJ. 1L C.
Ilolhtier Checks Ilrltlah W rentier.
New York. Jan. S. George Bothner. the
American light-weight wrestling cham
pion, successfully resisted the efforts of
Henry Irslinger, middle-weight champion
of Europe, to throw him three times in
an hour at Brown's gymnasium to-night,
a feat the foreigner had guaranteed to
perform. Bothner would have pinned
down his adversary, but for the tatter's
great strength. On points Bothner would
have been declared a winner.
SeliuItK tloes to Sarrrmentn.
Philadelphia. Jan. 3. "Toots" Schultz,
the college pitcher, was released by the
i Pli'llies to-day to the Sacramento club.
"Toots" Is said to have Incurred Dooln's
' anger last season by refusing to obey
training rules, and again this year by
nro.et, r,lnf m.i, .... X
" Iou1 Protests against a salary cut.
XlantC-er Doolli announced to-dav that
he had definitely decided to take the
Phillies to Southern Pines. N. C. to train
41ILr Murpby Suffer llelnitsc.
Philadelphia. Jan. 25. Word was re-
celved to-night that Mike Murphy, the
famous trainer of athletes who Is In the
South for his health, had suffered a re
lapse, and will not be able to return
to Philadelphia to resume his work with
the University of Pennsylvania team of
football players. Murphy had recently
reported that lie was Improved and
would soon return North.
Kid lcun Boxes Dnly.
Baltimore, Md., Jan. 3. Kid Egan, tho
Washington feather-weight. Is a slight
favorite In the betting to win over
Knockout Johnny Daly, of this city, in
to-morrow night's star event of the
Broadway Athletic Club at the Bohemian
Hall on Broadway, near Kggtfr Street.
It is expected that the Capital scrapper
will be the pronounced choice.
IlHnilee Troancff- Shcn.
Waterbury. Conn., Jan. 22. Johnny
Dundee, the feather-weight, gave Tom
my Shea a hard trouncing in a twelve
round bout here to-night. Dundee was
the aggressor throughout, and had
Shea on the verge of a knock-out sev
eral times. He could not land the
necesasry punch, however.
Giant and Sox to Tour IVorld.
New York, Jan. 2S. Tho New York
f-Giants and Charles, Comlskcy's White
Sox will tour the world next fall and
winter at the conclusion of the world's
series, according to an, announcement to
night by Manager McGraw, of the New
Cornell Defeat Priinsy.
Ithaca. N. Y.. Jan. 23. By defeating
Pennsylvania here to-night by the
score of 2G to 18. Cornell gained first
place in the Intercollegiate Basket-ball
League, her team having been tied for
the position with the Quakers for the
last two weeks.
rinnk to Conch Gcltyabnrg.
Philadelphia, Jan. a. Eddie Plank, slar
pitcher of the Athletics, will coach tho
Gettysburg College nlntxthls jprlng.
Chairman Bnrdick Asks Men
Washington to Be Sanctioned.
Chairman Bnrdick, of South Atlantic
A. A. U., Wants Proposed Ron
to Be Sanctioned.
William Burdlek, of Baltimore, chair
man of the registration committee of
the South Atlantic Association of the A.
A. U., has. mailed .the following letter to
Howard Foley, of the Memorial Athletic
BalUnare. Jan. 3. MIX
11. I'. Kbl-T, Men-Mill Athletic Club. KIR Jeffrnwa
Place. Wulitncton. D. C.
Dear Sir: The Baltimore Ppnv atlted mleriajr
rou are planning a ten-rallo nu on February. 8.
Inasmuch as a numlirr of jour membm are re-ji-
tirpd In the A. A. U.. I hope that -roo. are gotng to
make this a Mm-tioned emit, go that mnnbert of
clubn.deairin- to take fart mar do ao without affect
ing their standi--. It mom a pit when we have
so few c-omprtltlona In Washington that thiTe thouM
be any break In tho j-rr-ent pleasant exxallUor-s. If
the llich-nond .luutror Athletic Federation lua felt
it would be a mistake to witb-lraw and weaken
athletic. I beliere we all would be harrier would
the Washinrton oixanlzatioQ take the same course.
I would like to talk to you some about this matter,
for it has interest for jou. Yours sincerely.
dab-man IEesutratlon Gonynltlee.
DOWN THE ALLEYS.
DEPARTMENTAL DCCKIMN LEAGUE.
Totals. . .
Hunt .91 1M UK
Curtis &'. 80 1M
Brosman YZ 107 95
TotiU 5:1 SCO SI!
n in R
a r. 112
13 tei 3
CARROLL COUNCIL (K. OF C.) LEAGUE.
Columbia. I Oraudo
Costiesn.... 101 96 B. I Mc-Cartrn B a
Cuitin 87 00 N I McUarty S) 95 9J
Delaiitnie .. So .. 110 I Iturtf St 108 M
McCanhy.... S3 90 100 Ilonohne SJ 107
Ilsidj IS F7 100 Kheehan 103 V9 108
Totals in 511 (61
Totals iM Ct tSS
DISTRICT DUCKriN LEAGCE.
Uununrrs. I Saenrrrbund.
I SI nnriej 7
Va Va S3 I Wolfe..
Deckman 94 f7 97 I Raker..
Mearar 93 M Pakin....
timer & i "i i
Totals U0 tS CSI
Totals. 16 57
uX'irti .... 9:
Ijuikfnrrl.... IK 98 I
Kirko..l ..-. r
Robrruon. 1P7 77
Mm-phy 8S 101 10S
FA 109 78
tss w vn
Total .-: rs ei
ARCADE DUCKl'IN LEAGUE.
l.VIn... a S6 n
Kichhorn.... HO 13
IrUe !" "
IWiIrr 97 Ml St
Totals.. .. tM S08 tS
in in is
117 17! IM
in is JC4
IM -W IK
Hontirr ns is rc
PsiMo iro in HJ1
1X 171 IM
fiii fii in
C U. ric-ve. 179 HJ l
T. M. C A. LE-dOUT.
101 110 117 ; O.born 101 ll? 11
!- s: w
300 S 'nil TotaU
WASniNGTOK ItAILWAY RELIEF LEAGUE.
Southern. ! MertianlcsL
1S3 IM IK
143 13 IM Far
149 11 J5 F.ia
111 ISO 133
112 lm isi
Totals J(t till Oil Touls 711 'S
CITY INDIVIpnAI. CH.inONSniP.
1 1"9 I Hsn-----1.
I I Itanronrt..
Belmonta. I Royals
lm 102 107 I In
99 K 93 Wrckrrly ... 113 99 153
M 15 r ! Stafifonl ... It W K
93 114 11 OoMmin.... K 1 9
101 9". 9lJRodrirk 110 119 107
1C ll 9-.
W" ?T I"
! 09 91
. 90 WZ 99 1 rarr-ill
12 110 W j Harltr
. M K7 rl Totals
r.rnbhf Ill 101 100
McGra IM M 7
Hosrl 9S 97 90
JolMa. 101 107 111
Totals 03 459 4TT
Kerr SI ,. Iff
Uttlrfoid... 101 ?i
KlnOT 8? 99 92
Totals ! b IK
Totals 43 431 S
Totals IK JJ3 43
Lison.... Ill 74
r 101 mi
Totals 410 (U 408 1 Totals 490 43J 44!
TERMINAL Y. M. C. A. LCAGDE.
SUtt-a No. t Southern.
Pnies M 3 HI I TripMt 9 11! 90
Wertlj 10S "W 102 Moore SO 99 109
Aln 100 109 101 I Rtanter US 87 )
wnilams.... SO 101 iro Strrt-trr "D 90 111
MH1-T 10 106 91 I Strolel SI 10 104
Totals 471 5U 506 f ToUfs 4M 491 511
lowers. 215 1 151
I-fje 117 14 1!T
3M T 1W
IM va 171
1T9 190 IB
Weldm 1I IM l
r.inler ISO "25 m
Roerke : C us 131
TO tXS21 Totals SCO "a ITS
Oehler I 111 179
Rrmrn. D Kl IS
Miller in 1SS 170
LeitheUer.. HI 119 HI
Mack 183 196 153
tm ro 1 1S
Rinler. ITS ISO 1
Seaton 116 159 17
Rrown lfo 153 126
Drake 117 117 153
Totals T3 763 767
Totals S3 803 -79
Woodaard tc Lnttiro-x I Wash. Tcb Col
Johnson 101 IS 9 j Buckler 97 103 99
V. RUton... 103 113 101 I r-uimlnsham. n 96 70
Mills 116 9 ,ll I Unri-ter n 71 II
P. Riston... 101 96 93 Ienr 91 ins l
Nallr 96 106 99 I lltc-ns 65 13 91
ToUls...... 5T7 S3 06 I
ToUls IB tit D
Gtlchrtat -to Captain
Special to The' Washington Hrrald.
Annapolis, Md., Jan. 3. At a meeting
of the members of the Naval Academy
football team, held this afternoon, P. K.
Gilchrist, of Missouri, was elected cap
tain for next season.
Gilchrist is a member of the present
second class, and has played three years
on the team.
Peter P. Rodes. who captained the
team during the season just passed, and
who has another year at the Academy,
wa-s first elected, but he declined, and
Gilchrist was then named.
Gilchrist -aron the position of right end
duriDg his first season at the Academy.
Hilltop Graduate Athletic Ad
viser Quits to Engage in a
COUNCIL MAY GOVERN
No Successor Will Be Appointed, but
Alumni Likely to Take
Vincent (Dap) Dailey, graduate ath
letic adviser and manager of George
town University, handed lir his resigna
tion yesterday morning to take effect
Immediately, and for the present affairs
on the Hilltop will be In charge of Presi
dent Jack Langan, of the Athletic Asso
ciation, and the executive committee of
Dailey was appointed last winter as
graduate adviser and gave as his reason
for throwing up the Job that be had a
business position which IUd more money
than the salary Georgetown offered.
It Is understood that no successor to
Dailey will be named, but that within
the next fortnight an athletic council
will be appointed, composed of Father
Kilroy. college athletic supervisor, and
four prominent members of the alumni.
familiar with as many branches of sport.
James II. O Shea, the well known attor
ney, and Claude K. Zappone have been
mentioned as possible members of this
Tho council will decide upon all Impor
tant athletic matters, such us schedules,
appointment of coaches, and the general
policy of each branch of sports.
Mr. Dailey' resignation was In a meas
ure anticipated. Several weeks ago It
was hinted that he would not be In
charge of athletics next year, but this
rumor was emphatically denied at tha
time by those in charge on the Hilltop.
Dap Dailey has served Georgetown
ncll. He was an all-around athlete while
in college, and a host of Washington
friends will wish him the best of luck In
his new business career. Dailey's home
Is in Brockport, N. Y., where his father
conducts a flourishing fruit farm. Dap,
it Is understood, has taken over the busi
ness. Y M. C. A. REGULARS WIN.
Drfent Ilnll .1lnoera at Ilaaket-ball
l II to 17 Score
In u. fast and well-played game last
night the Y. M. C A. Regulars defeated
the Y JI. C. A. Bull Jloosers to the tune
of 41 to 17.
JIathews and Rutherford played a star
game for the losers, while Varela and
JIcKay played well for the Regulars.
Teamwork by both team featured the
The V. JI. C. A. Regulars meet the
strong Epiphany quint Saturday night at
p, and an exciting game Is looked for.
Line-up and summary:
KKOULARS. RCI.L SIOOsEIU.
Vjrrls. ynntr. R T Putnsm. Ileuij. II. F.
Almon. I.. K. Saivlrrca. U F
Hopjy. I Msthos. C.
Alaine. McDonald. L. (1. Rutherford U C.
Mchar. It. C Jlcllhan. IfeGracn U. G
Coals from mr Varrla (J), nopf-e (SI. Atmo-i
Ml. trailer hi. Amine izi. Jin.liin. Msthewi (S.
ittruienom ui. it (inure, (ioals from foul Al-
raon. M.U.ew. Foulv-Vairla. McKar K). Mr-
l.nan en. MiUie-fs. I Grarxe. Refer-e-Ylr.
Oilliflower onr-Mr. Reckett. Timer Mr. Hin-
Plrnte-i ppnlnt "Seav Secretary
1 PittRburs. 1'a.. Jan. 3. William
Locke rei-lf-netl yesterday as secretary
the nttsburi; National Ivea-rue club to
take up his new- duties with the Thlla
delplila club of the same lea-rue. 1-eslle
H. Constans. assistant secretary, sue'
ceeded Sir. Ixicke as secretary of the
lllcUs 3Irct 5IcGoort- Asntu.
York. Jan. '3. Freddy Hicks, the
Detroit nilddle-welsht. to-day opened ne-
Kotiatlon for another match with Cham
pion Kddle McGoorty. to whom he lost
last nlElit. Hicks showed surprlslnc clcv
erncss at times and easily blocked Mc-
Goorty's "sleep" punches. McGoorty was
given the decision because he forced the
White -o-c Leader to Plar.
Sir James Callahan, manager of the
White Sox, says that sitting on the bench
Is not to his liking, and that he will play
himself In left again next season.
nlacklinmr Mcn Trlth Milsvaakee.
Milwaukee. Jan. 23. Russell Blackburne.
the expensive shortstop of tho Chicago
"White Sox, who was released some time
ago, has signed a contract with the
Brewers for the coming season.
Iluah SI en a Detroit Contract.
Detroit. Mich.. Jan. 3. Shortstop Bush,
of the Detroit American League baseball
club, signed his 1913 contract here yes
New that Dftnnr Moener ba been located, not&
ip need interfere with Grill spring tninisz ptiss-.
-CkmiUnt Rndrr ukt if L-Ather McOrty b alV
Irish or cnly ball Irub. Ccoie aain; we doa quita
"Frnk L&portc' hena lay SCO ten day aaj
dispatch. Suae chickens, eh?
Few are the days nd full of woe.
Ob, pitcher, brate ml etout;
Then to tha minor you mast r.
Or tarn Into & scout,
Ala! tbe Titcber's day of Ufa
la shorter thin i. spin;
A few brW years of HUer strife,
" And then you crt tbe can.
Gar is thy mcrninz. flatterlns ebout.
Thy strictly tet attends;
Bat soon the cry of Uke bla outl"
Uron tby head descr-oda,
-I, a DTis.
My good friend 'Senator" cannot (ran to set
through his "bean" tha fact that Griff has two
Mnrthrw joimsstem oo his rtaff-Boehllnff and Rob
ert Autin, the Wcskjan College wonder.
- The millennium cannot be fir away when tha
YanWt and Giants play on the name ball nark In old
Thunder shower mer in VirrfnU yealerdaj indi
cates that winter's backbone is basted. Uoony for
SturTy ilcltmh hu signed his onatract. but Griff
hasn't yet seen tho color of that century nt Mclsnls
Not thlt -P1 Nelson has a wife to maniffe bixn,
he will hiTe no further two of Jack Hofalnsoo.
Unirenaty of Wisconsin rrctsts to surround Its
cimptts with a flre-mila prohibitloc xone, and an un
kind Oiksco juffrarWr adds: "ll-obably on the
thecrr that it will derclop crocaountry runners. "
Scares Hard-earned Victory Orer
Small Band of Sprinters Ro
berta Wins First Race.
Juarez, Jan. 23. Irish Gentleman scored
a hard-earned victory in the feature race
this afternoon, and ran the five and. a
half furlongs i In the fas time of 10 1-5.
A small band of sprinters faced the bar
rier in thl event, with Florence Roberts
and Pride, of Llsmore the ruling favor
ites. Tho latter, as usual, went to the
front right after the start and was close
ly attended by Florence Roberts. The
pair set a hot pace, and they had nothing
left to withstand the .challenge of Irish
Gentleman, who cipie on the outside
and grabbed tho leaders a few Jumps
from the wire.
Roberta annexed the first race' in n
sharp drive with Auto Girl. The winner
was backed from 19 down to 4 to U Hld
drn Hand was cut down In tha sixth
race and will have to be retired. Sum
maries: FIKST RACB-Sli furlor-o. Roberta. 4 to L
won; Auto Girl, 3 to 1. second ; CommetulaUan, T
to i, third. Time. 1:14 44 Lady Younf. All Moon.
Rredell. Hufti Oral. ETmn. Good Intent, Taflo-r
Dip. Ilannis. and Jndce Walton also ran.
SECOND RAO&-Sir furloncs. The Cinder. K
to i won: We-nnoke. 9 to 10. second: Kenneth. I
i. third. Time. 1-J3M. Amelia 11.. Banae.
Wmts-onh. Colqnitt, Valletta, and Rooster also
THIRD RACE-Mlle. Mary Emily, U to I. iron:
Duncx-uodn. 8 to 5. second: Calcthuxncian. 1 to 5.
third. Time. 1:10 1 A Slaersand, LuUa Creed,
ltsrtem Maid, Guj Si-t-ncer, and Ladr MQlia alu
TOCHTII BACE-Hto and one-half furloca.
Irish Gentleman. 3 to 1. non: Irlorence Roterta. 2
to 5. aecond; Prida of Llamore, out. third. Timet
In 14. Amoo also ran.
FIFTO RACB-Hto and one-half fnrioen. I
i.ernmeii. a 10 s. -son; bonf or uoctLS. 3 to I.
seeund; rerc-f nenderson, 6 to S. third. Tune.
1:07 1-6. Maraan. Bena, Compton. and Roeenta
MXTH IlACE-ii furloncv Roial Dollr. S to
1. won; Get Yo, 3 to 1, second; Anne Mollee, 7 to
10. third. Time, 1:1134. Lawn, Orfmar Lad. Oint
Tucker, Hiddeo lland, Oecura. and Cool alao ran.
RACING CARD FOR TO-DAY.
riRKT ItACE-MaMen; to-jeJr-oMs; thre and
Alabama Bam. 110 I Pint Cherry lis
110 I n.ihara I..r.o 11
110 . Water ImiI-w 110
Mella Ward 110 ITrab-a-x. m
Theooorea 110 Ilr Krl 113
Irish Ann. llOlGaUrt 113
SECOND KACK-gellii.-:; fou r-j ear-olds and up
srd -. one mile.
Ptllfh lflfi TviLmi. IftS
l'alma Hri miKMen.......!...'."" 105
KB , llilef Desmond MS
10J ; niftonlan- ItC
I 10, I Uw I'na. IfM
Bannister MS niek Raker."...'."..'.."'" 11$
THIttI) RACE-Kellliii thT-ee-TearK-i-ls: sla fnr.
Rosll-l 91lnaklaM ,
J. I. l-omnsnn lr l inrlrii- Witrti MK
Maaaln" 101 Dr. DouiLerti- K7
I. 13 Jack D'lntnn lffl
iinnnosn 101 lUcor GtD......
UoM lli I CfcSDullenee.
IXJI'RTn RACE-llindicao: thi-te-iesr-oM
uiwar-1 : seren furlongs
Oa-kerboi M Lack Rose lof
Riollraaos H .ieneral Marchmont.. 110
lmlr ino G M. Miller 110
KI1TII RACE-Sellim: four-7ear-ods and ntv
ward, aia furlon-v
ldS I Lltf!.. Jsr-e lftE
ntr i-an-r- llOMlrba fimlte..
Calronia ICC I Aniuul Interest
SIXTH RACK-SelUM; Uin-jar-ol4s and up-
aid: one mile.
Cornell'. Trminlnftr llonse Plans.
Ithaca. X. Y., Jan. 3. The Cornell
alumni field committee has announced
that work on the new training house for
which JlDn.00 was donated by an anony-
H h.iivnnf . nA r.t,.n
Jl .?, . .P ?J.TmeT Corne"
athlete, will be started this year, so that
it win do compiriea Dy ine spring or mi.
At a recent meeting the committee and
tbe anonymous donor went over plans
and adopted suggestions made by
Coaches Moakley, Sharpc, and other ath
letic instructors. The building will cost
between $-5,G)0 and IS0.GUO.
Johnny Kvrra Thro-n.
Chicago, Jan. 3. Manager
Kvers, of the Chicago Cubs, nearly col
lapsed when he heard that Manager
Charles Dooln. of the Philadelphia Na
tionals, was "willing" to trade Earl
Moore, a pitcher who has passed his
prime, to Even for Cheney, a twirler who
gave great promise last season, and
"Heinle" Zimmerman, the greatest all
around player and best batsman in the
Discover Another "ttTiIte Hope."
Oakland, Cat., Jan. 3- "Gunboat"
Smith loomed up large as a "white hope"
to-day by virtue of his victory last night
over AL McCluskey. of New YorkC whom
he battered Into such Bhape by the third
round of their scheduled ten-round fight
that the police stopped the flght.
WANT to KNOW
CIEGlllGOlUie G-okUKt Drricts that mod-
anil Tnlttor tTn baeirea are adoptim
AUU lUflMei, d-rrate! Crane to-well bo
et c clad to dt-fflcEist--iU them
4d.a"9 tt an time..
National Electrical Supply Co.,
l-SS-30 "V. T. Ave. Ph.me M. 6SOO.
W. GIt Totn tn Ths Ecral-l-s C5.0M CooUat.
AMT0M0B1LES FOR HIRE
FItw-and seren passenger cark
1319 L St N.W.
Phone N. 1470.
W Otn Votaa in Tim Berald'a X3.CC0 Ooeia.
IF IT'S ELECTRICAL, WE HAVE IT
Phone IL SS.
ceo: w. parezo,
COS B St. N. W.
Electrical Supplies and Novelties.
Wa Qh. Vcu. to Tha BanM'a t3.cn Oailaat
Wa aha Votaa m -.
Barald'l t3.ca CacUat,
Expert Electric Vehicle Repairing
Storage Batteries repaired and
nait-ed. Ignition and Lighting: BatUr
lea Charred and Built to Ora-.
SOUTKWORTH KEISER CO.
P. M. CORR,
Asent for Flandera nnd Ynle 11otor
ryelea nnd uorfs perlnI Bleyele.
Motorcycle Ovrrhaullnc nnd Itelt Re.
pair-In-. Aceeasorlea and Sondrles.
nlc-rel Hcpali-lns. nraalnc, and
OTerbanllnr, Sappllea and Aereaaorlea.
BIS 9th St. X. W. Phone Slain (IB
fftJ MMsvXSftO'Uai. uat TW5KiTfel-5 Jra I
When You Can Get This Rich,
Bohemian Style Beer
THERE was a time when the American people
had to turn to Old World brews for beer with
the wholesome, matured taste.
"PERFECT BREW" has changed thi condition.
. nere is a Deer Dreweci in tne
world's most completely , and
h!gienically equipped plant, of
choicest grains, and thoroughly
Perfect Brew is produced in
the Genuine Bohemian style and
is matchless in flavor.
i" i-.-.llll VJl iUl 1CJ-UIC, p
you need search no farther for Trh;
the ideal beverage. i2te"""ld CoB,"rt
MONUMENTAL BREWING CO.
7th St. and Rhode Island Ave. N. E.
M. T. POLLOCK, ,01S S'Sr'JL"'' KTfc
Money Talks ?
"IV. 9. -re Yon SS Per Cent oa T
Palatine Automobile.. 5
nlshes that will stand soap. mud.
and watir. We bakt -enamel oa
hoods and fenders.
Autos painted. .13.50 am ntx
Cor. 14th and W Sis. N. W. ?
Wbr ahould Automobile o-rroera be tor.
mented with tire tronble. -irhen ther
can b. posltl-rely dun. nirnr nltk by
Tffe Worli'i Btrt FnitT
for Antamotle Tins.
Inds Tire TrooUct I
JflreateVrt niltr C.
208 Southis. BtMfiis
Ftllln-c Plant, 0-234 Fonrteenth
Street Jf. TV.
'e srlve Iler.ld $;3,000 contest vote.
WARREN MOTOR SALES GO.
ns. nemo-red t.
1 1610 14th Street N.W.
T Phone Vorth S3S7.
I "BUY A WARREN AND
BE A WINNE3"
In Th. T
I National and Yale
I and Motorcycles.
vE. P. HAZLETON
I -420-31 10TH ST. 2VW. S
Open Evenlnca Until 730. 3134. S
We -sire Herald S25.000 contest tt
GEO. W. BEALL '
'C$5 9lhSt..B.W. M. 7685
Na Glta Vote, la Tba n-raldt dOM Cista-f.
Of Every KIndAlway Her..
Trl. 31. 6144.
We B-iT.jIIerald SS.0OO contest -rote.
Room 206, Woodward Bldg,
Phone West 213
CLOTHES OF FAULT
Arc assured when we make one
of our Famous Suits to your
oieasure. Vast selection of pure
Schwartz & Friedman
Leading Southwest Tailors
447 Seventh SL S. W., Cor-E St.
Wa Gin Totei Is Tb. Banld'a 3S.oa Coutaal
Always the Same
Spertnl Prltate Dellaer-r.
812 F Street X. A. Phone Main 1141.
Guaranteed Carving Sets
l-plece steel sets In
J2.50 Sets jus
J4.0C1 Ss i"?s
J5.00 Sets ji".9s
6.00 Sets, in fancy display
We KlTr Herald G3,000 rontrst Totr-a.
Pn.lCTICE LIMITRD TO JIE.T.
TTilrty years" practice, treatlnar ths
Stomach. Bowels, and Nervous Condi
tions: LiVer. Kidney. Bladder. Blood.
and Skin trouble.
tHXJ- eo-saiaenian Administered.
Consultation free. Medicines fur
nished: charges low. Hours: 9:30 to 1.
and 2 to S. Closed Sundays.
ns 13th St.
804 Seventeenth Street
97 V FADS' Sueecufnl practice tn th
CI 1-LHna of chronle. -Vrrrona.
and Special disease, of Men and Women.
Means Health to 'Xon if You Suffer
Frr-m Catarrh. OtmlM. Bhcr-milm. Ccmtlpttlo-u
Pllaa. Threat. Lour. Bra. Unit. Blood, and al
IHaaaaea, Knroua Utbilitr. Kldnrr Dlacawa. BU
JrT Ii-ooblca. Stx-ciae Blood fauootoc. Encclona,
L'leRa. and all lniata Uneaaaa cort-T lor Uia I
CUAKUtS LOW, Isr-LtTDINO MEDICISXJ.
Prl-rnte Waltlnjr lloom for f.a-Ut
to ll I la (. ansda-ra. U t li
is l&iertstca sa should know (
ibemt tbte wond-tf f nl
I MARVEL Whiriinj Spnj
ts new vasinai synng-k
aeit ooat cearenK-nt. n
Ask roat tlx-ctrslst for lu"
It He cannot aupir I
MARVEL, accept no c
tut send stamp for Illustrated
took sealed. It fflres fUl pattlca-
lara aaj directions InTaluabte to ladiesTC
MUKL C0 44 CaatB4 t-rttt.lt- Tata
O'HunncH'a ltunnacia. Xi V SL sir.. Ed and T
BU. w, 3d and Pa. Arm. n-r Sd and U Sta. aw.
DR. BALBUS, Gera" wm
.O.C.bUI.QIU o. r ill.
On th. nervous system, blood, aatt
stomach. Ooctor'ai service and medicine,
SZ. .Hours. 10 to . Phons U. :51a.
Xf tilts TeMs 1b Jit Ball'i mm Cat. .