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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29. 1913.
Foster Grieves Because He Cannot Add Weight Aloysius Wins
ALOYSIUS QUINT TRIMS
Y. M.C. A. REGULARS
Fast and Cleanly Played Game
Results in Score of
32 to 10.
GOLD OF OPHIR
Equals Track Record in Fea
ture Handicap at Juarez,
Winning by a Head.
Third-sacker of the Nationals
Grieves Because He Cannot
Take on Extra Weight
fVFRAID OF GOING STALE
Midget Taking Thing Easy in Chicago
This Winter Other Sport
Br WIM.IA3I PEKT.
"Buzz" Foster, the Nationals' diminu
tive third-sacker. is about the only mem
ber of GrifTs official family who has not
been extensively featured In tho local
press during the present stove league
In a letter to a Washington friend
Foster is gricvinc over the fact that no
matter how strictly lie follows the advice
.r his family physician, he has thus far
been unable to take on weight. Last
vprlng he reported seven pounds heavier
than normal and was happy. This ad
vantage, according to the midget, was a
god-send, for lie nad something to take
oft and went to work with a vengeance.
Now he moans the disinclination of his
physique to assume rotundity, as there
ill be no weight to extract, and fears
'hat he will be overstrained about mid
feuson. Foster hails from Chicago. lie is a
product of the sand lots of that city, and
every time tho Nationals played there
last summer his friends presented him
ivith a suit case or a gold watch. The
'hicago sport writers dubbed him the
'suit-case king" before the season closed.
No player on the Washington team
was better liked by his colleagues or
more popular with the majority ot fans
than Eddie Foster, and he deserves all
the good things showered upon him.
When the 1112 season closed in New
York and Griff asked the boys how many
wanted to sign their contracts for next
" far. Foster was the first to step for
ward. He was perfectly satisfied with tho
orms. and said: "I'm glad that's over
now I won't have to bother about It this
Griff molded a third baseman out of
Foster, who had never played that posi
tion before, and the hot corner was well
taken care of all season. At pulling off
tue hit-and-run with Danny Moeller on
tho sacks, Foster was a marvel. It was
almost uncanny, the manner In which the
midget sliced the ball through an un
guarded spot, invariably advancing Moel
ler to third. This precious pair, when
things were breaking good, put more
than one game or ball on Ico Tor the
N itionals last year.
Foster, during the off season, works as
clerk in a cigar store. He does not be
lieve in going In for exercise to any ex
tent, and eonsequently reports mighty
oft In iv -p ,115 ne did not play real
- " il 1. .,t ear until late in JIay.
The Memorial A. C. Run.
s has been pointed out in these col
umns before, tho Memorial Athletic
' uh. in holding. February S. an un-s.im-tloned
run and defying the South
Atlantic division of the Amateur Ath
l tic Union, has probably bitten oft more
than it can chew.
skcd last night what his particular
Brtevance against the Amateur Athletic
I nlon happened to be. President Foley,
of the Georgetown organization, replied:
"Our club is sore on the Amateur Ath
letic Union for the reason that we have
never been given a square deal in long
distance races held in Baltimore. These
events have been settled before the
rare, and our men have received scant
courtesy oer there. Protests have been
thrown into the waste basket, and the
best we ever get is the worst of It.'
Mr. Foley believes that the Memorial
Athletic Club run will be a success and
that before many months have passed
every athlete in Washington will Join
the local amateur federation and Ignore
!He Amateur Athletic Union.
"To prove that the Amateur Athletic
Union is a Joke." added Foley, "how
ibout the Thorpe case.
Tomer Defents l.enla.
Sreeial tn The tVaehington Herald.
Gloversville N. T., Jan. 2S. Joe Turner,
middle-weight wrestling champion, added
his fourteenth victory here to-night when
he defeated Jack Lewis, the Western
marvel, who had previously conquered
Charlie Kaiser and Sam Anderson In this
-!ty and who held Henry Gehrlng, of
Cleveland, to a two-hour draw. The
match was by far the best ever seen In
this city, both men proving to be the
fastest ever seen here.
Alexandria turiiti th comics ct Griff to-nicht
vith rpen incs. Ha mil be accorded a crand weep-
-"OnUemin to m Mr. BUI Bailey,
"What's hu canjer'
"nad oat whether it's Sid. Cfcl. WaMo. aod
show him in u h sober.
Tea mlnntea later offlcw boy rrtnrat: "He'i went.'
No, which ob was it?
Office boy says he von a beard.
They ocht to poison the sink who brousht to
jicirt that Jim Tnorjw sens.
Soma day th men who role amttenr athletics in
tM country will be broad-minded enoor-h to mjder-
stand that a yonth who taxes a few doUim for play
ins baseball in atncmr is mors to be honored, and
admired than a lad who makes a bluff at bedns ft
waiter or a bellboy in a summer hotel in order to
arc his wapes on the ball team.
Efldently an amateur athlete these daj is a man
ho Is not cansht with the roods.
Iteal amateurs are about as abundant as chin
trhisxtrs on a billiard ball.
Eddie Chapman says we are to Verp his name oat
ft this column. All risht, "Chappie," old chap.
-Our old friend. Gordon Mackay, r&lls thn one:
I bad a date.
At balf-paat dM.
To so and akate
Alone with Kate;
But sad to state.
I shewed np late,
She would not wait;
Ah. each is fate!
At any rate
X had a skate.
Bat not with Kate.
-Cy Morcin. the former Athletic twitlcr, has now
wished himself on the Chfcafo White Sox. It didn't
take Graff Ions to inform the pubUo that he had no
jjaos for Morc&n with the Nationals.
In tin weeks now the winter Ieacoe season will
- Hngbey Jennincs win be in our midst next week.
Mike Kahoa continues to pet picture post cards
through the mall,
Pretty tocsb, when many of our leadins "efts'
are placed on tht &atwunJ tall commtttes, and the
ball to called cSV
Tie Aloysius Ave lowered the colors of
tho r. M. C. A. Regulars In the for
mer's sym last night by 3S to 10.
The game was fast and cleanly played
from beginning to end, notwithstanding
that the score would make It appear
The clubmen went Into the contest de
termined to win and never let up a
The Aloysius team's reversal Is due
mostly to being well coached, as their
passing and guarding was machine-like
No individual for the winners could be
picked for especial ability, as the team
played as a. unit.
The contest was run off In fine style
by Ernest Colllflower, as he kept the
players constantly on the Jump. Line
up and summary:
I. SL a A. AlonlM.
Ahnon. R. K. Tit tenon, L. P.
iaii. u p. wraums. u r.
Volke. C McCarthy. C.
noppe, II. C. Hurler. It. n.
McDonald. L. G. IJraulac. L. G.
Substitutes Vatlla tor Hall: Kraziee for Alm-n;
Aluine frr Voile; MeKar fur MclXjoaM. Goal,
from floor Williams. 6; McCarthy, S; Hurler. 2;
lteaulac. 2; Patterson: Vallla. 2: Almou, Hall. Coals
(rem foul JlcKaj. Hall, McCartry. 1. Tuners
Frawley, Eeckett. Referee Ernest ColHflower. Time
of Lalres 20 minutes.
George Washington Basket-ball Quint
Captures Rough and Exciting
Game by 21 to 14.
In a rough and exciting game of basket-ball,
George Washington University
defeated the Maryland Agricultural Col
lege. In the Uttur's gym, last night.
11 to 14. In the first half the Farmers
scored all their points from the Held,
but In the second halt tha George Wash
ington quint, by superior teamwork,
forged ahead to a comfortable lead.
Morris proved to be the mainstay for the
loers. while honors were equally divided
by the winners. I.ine-up and summary:
Coleman. It P.
hiKhn. U. K.
Shirley. It. V.
nay. It. i.
Slorris. L. C.
Noonan. I G.
Goals fmro Add- Mini (31, Kuehn (3i. Coleman
(21, Nnnnan O. Iteee. Ole. IYeo tows Morris
(6), Noonan. 1'mpire- Mr. Ilia..
JIM THORPE TO PLAY
Noted Indian Athlete Interviewed at
Carlisle Has Received
Carlisle, Pa., Jan. 28. James Thorpe,
the world's grea'test athlete, who was
seen-nt the Carlisle Indian School to-day
regarding the action of the Amateur
Athletic Union In declaring him a pro
fessional, he said that, although he un
derstands now that he was guilty of a
ipnnira vminiinn nr am fM nmnpuiiAa
he was glad that all of his friends around
here knew that he had never been a pro-
fcssional In spirit-
Thorpe referred to a number of re.
tnarkably goci offers that had been made
to him by baseball managements, and
that he had refused, as he preferred to
continue as an amateur along the lines
track and field work which he really
declared now, however, he will
turn to baseball, but said most positively
tnat he had come to no decision as to
what club he will play with.
G. P. 0. CLUB SMOKER.
lloxinK nntl AVrcntllnir Ilonta At
tended Iir Hie frond.
. At the weekly smoker of the G. P. O.
'Athletic Club last night, five boxing
bouts and two wrestling matches en
tertained a large gathering.
The boxing bouts went three rounds.
and the following took part: Young
Scott, Kid Taylor. Country Kid, Mike
Urine, Bennle Winters, Bis Thompson,
Danny Lewis, and Shanky Gardner.
The wrestling bouts were between
Fiddlesop and O'Brien, Bragg and
Reece. Vic Guazza refereed all the
EACING CARD FOE TO-DAY.
FIRST ItACK-Tbree furlong-.
WatJT Ladr 1OT ftoma
BrtntT 109 Sliadrarh ,
llartMKl US' Ii Dodl. ....
Edith W. 1UI
SECOXD-RACE Four-ycir-olds. cai. talli
Florence Kripp 06 Gren Isla 101
Galena Gal Ml' Aftcrmatli .7.7. 103
Hariris Maid wi! iMlmaa
THIRD RACE Thrwv-rrar-olda, all farlonfs.
Trnlr 1001 Ral Star
r.v 100 Lewln .-...
Idl Taki 1011 Uobbj 115
FOCRTI1 RACE Kowr-yearHMs, oo mile.
r3iftnnJIl 08 ISmto
Baby Doll imDuncpn
105! Gellco 110
FIFTH RACE Thrfc-Tur-oIds. 1
Sifrannr 931 Bonanza
Fcm Ij. 103 Oakland
fiold Finn 105 Sir Alrwot
Amon 1061 Bonnie Elotso 107
SIXTH RACE Fonrorar-olds. one mile.
Oimli Khortr NorthMtt... 10S
Compton itu macs: .Mil 10S
Utile Marchmont .. lOSl Orbed Lad in
Princrss Industry .... 1061
Apprentice sUotrance riaitned.
FIRST RACE Three-year-olda, fire aid one-balf
Pretty MoHj ?6 WinllVed D. Ill
Mhtt Cnasn 97 Motoer Kins
Mattis LTl Commoner's Touch. Ill
Clotnra Brush. 1 oooe 11;
Alma .'. 110 Insrilred 11!
Chilton &ius 1 Mslme IE
SECOSD RACE Two-rear-olds. one-fourth mile.
MadRS later t 1U Smiling Faoe It
Kuby uram&r" liz Laay mnooenoe .. li:
112 uony waitersj .... 11:
112 Galea 1U
IS! Jewio Donise IK
AitJ 112 HopUn entry.
I'dna Leaks 112) IRluel entry.
Dldu 1121 fComstock entry.
THIRD RACE Three-yearolds. on. mile.
Rnsenburz IV. ...... 921 Jndz. ..ulna 101
Ella Orane 91' New Rifer ... . 10;
V. Powers 102 Heretta - VT,
niinrfc Frances 105! Miss Jonsh ... Iffi
Montairle 1031 Jone Rose 1!0
riiant .- ""i
FOURTH BACE Handicap. thre-year-lda,
Amcrot 1M Sherwood 113
Spoon lwcona uomns so
FIFTH RACE Three-year-olds and upward, one
and ooe-half miles.
I Merry Lad U Irish Eld
Font 15 Donald MaodonaM.
Accord 1081 Lord Elam
SIXTH RACE Three-year-olds, orj mile.
Little Ep." ... i2 rreusnd
Floril Day ...
Apprentlc9 aSowanco claimed.
Largest Morning: Circulation.
Sweden Jumps Into Second
Place. Gaining Honor of Hav
ing World's Champion.
INDIAN'S GREAT RECORD
His Disqualification Creates Profound
Sensation in Athletic Circles.
THREE LEADING NATIONS
UNDER REVISED STANDING
Thorpe, by winning" the pen
tathlon and decathlon, was rec
ognized as the world's amateur
all-around chlmplon athlete. II.
Wleslander. of Sweden, who fin
ished second In the decathlon,
becomes champion through
The following is the revised
standing In the purely athletic
events, based on the principle of
three points for a first, two for
a second, and one for a third.
Nations. Ists. Ids. Sd. Tl.
United States. . 14 13 12 SO
Sweden 5 J?
Finland 6 - -
Canada and Norway gained one
and three points, respectively,
giving them a respective final
total count of S and 5.
James Thorpe's admission of profes
sionalism will In no way affect tho final
I standing of the United tuatcs in me
I athletic eents which were held In con
nection with the Olympic games at
Stockholm, Sweden, last summer. This
country still maintains the world's cham
pionship. Sweden Jumps from third Into second
position, passing Finland, as a result of
the revised computation of the standing
of the nations. Altogether the Cnlted
States loses five points.. Sweden gains six,
Canada gains one. and Norway tains
three. Thereby Norway Jumps ahead of
Germany. France, and Greece, and Is
tied with South Africa for sixth posi
tion. Another result of Thorpe's action Is the
acquisition of the world's all-around
amateur athletic championship by H.
Wleslander, of Sweden. There Is no rea
son why he should not be accorded the
title vacated by the Carlisle Indian.
Wleslander finished second to Thorpe .In
the decathlon. GSS.CO points behind tho
aborigine. Since the decathlon Includes
of the events Incorporated In tne
pentathlon, with the exception of the 200-
meter run. there does not appear to be j
any logical reason wny ne snouia not oe
Thorpe Won Tlotli Errnli.
Thorpe's crown was awarded on the
strength of Ms having won the pentath
lon and decathlon, the two all-around
tests on the Olympic programme.
Thorpe's score In the decathlon was
8.41i9.-, and AVleslander tallied 7.721.1S9
It would not be fair to declare the
athlete who finished second In the de
cathlon event, namely, K It. Ble, of
Norway, the all-around champion, when
Wleslander scored enough points in ten
events to finish second to the Sac and
The world's championship s far as the
nations represented Is concerned. Is based
upon the purely athletic events. Sweden
won tho Olympic cames when all the con
tests are included, and the United States
finished second. This country will still be
second. In fact, the disqualifications of
Thorpe will not affect Its standing at alL
In awarding points at the Olympic
games hree were given for a first place,
two for a second, and one for a third. By
loslnjr the two first places which Thorpe
scored In the penathlon and decathlon
the United States, or course, loses six
points. In the pentathlon. F. It. Ble, of
Norway, moves forward from second Into
first place, while J. J. Donahuei of this
country, moves Into second place from
third. Thereby this country gains one
second place, while It loses a third place,
because F. L. Lukeman. of Canada, ad
vances from fourth position Into third.
Clecn Strep for Sweden.
In tho decathlon Sweden now lays claim
to all three places. II. TVIeslander sup
plants Thorpe. G. Lomberrr moves from
third to second, and G. Holmer moves
from fourth to third.
The American Olympic committee,
through Its chairman, James E. Sullivan,
to-day notified M. Freidman. superinten
dent of the Carlisle Indian School, to re
turn the Olympic prizes won by Thorpe
to tho committee so that they can be
turned over to the Swedish Olympic com
mittee. Apologies were made to all na
tions represented at the Olympic games.
The Swedish Olympic committee will
turn the matter over to the International
committee for further decision, and that
body will declart those athletes who fin
ished second to Thorpe, the winners of
the events In question and advance the
other athletes accordingly, awarding the
prizes In accordance with the places
which the athletes now are entitled to.
PUGILIST IS KILLED.
Kid Ilone Dropped by Tlclons 3 Trine
Under Chin from Smith.
New York. Jan. IS. A pugilist known
as "Kid Hose' Is dead to-day as the re
sult of a -prize Ogltt held last night at
the Washington A. C In Brooklyn.
"Sailor" Smith, his opponent, and Ed
ward Oldla, the referee, are under ar
rest and are held awaiting action by the
In the sixth round of their scheduled
ten-round fight. Smith loosed a vicious
swing which caught Hose under tho chin.
Hose hit the floor with a crash, was
carried to his dressing room, and then
to ttie hospital, where he died without
Snperban Sign 3IcDetltt.
The Brooklyn Superbas have signed
John J. McDevitt, a young lnflelder, from
Kastern College, of Manassas, Va. He
will be taken South for a trial this
spring, and unless be shows up particu
larly well ho will be let out to some
minor league for further experience.
Falling to arrange a. game with tho
Baltimore Orioles on March SL the Su
perbas will play In Richmond. Va., on
that date, as well as on April L
DISTRICT DCCKTIX LEAGUE.
Dirjrr Ill M 1031 Van Horn.... 103 M 50
Krlecer M S8 Kl forties! U II IS
Chlawell MO 101 2! Kranrr 101 HO loo
Ueanj ........ ttf 91 la;) HltUncrr ....101 O 13
Elmer .........KB m l Iosun ......IS 32 M0
Tvtala'' .5U 5 MS) Totals .... XT 43 527
Benehert 91 113 D
Heisler ICC 101 M
lleroo M 52 10i
Knrlen 103 83 S
Bell 110 111
McClore 101 1113 111
Totals ...fS 7. SIS
Totals ttl S3 CI
UNITED STATES TBCST COMPANY LliAGUE.
VTS-rrSTVTTT B SEVENTH KT.
Sehirlner K 86 Shipley ....-lot 100 to
. 87 113 El Owen
SI Blrsle It X
llodler S3 81 951 Hanm o
Donch 36 103 UOj Wilson 89 103 M
Totals M B ia Totals 132 459 413
. 17 W 88 Keeler T 83 11
inf. 1011 Eovler 126 103 K
HI loc STl Oehler 13 10S
Totals 09 519 sOl Totals ....SBC 477 433
CARROLL COUNCIL (K. OP Q) LEAGUE.
MarCorton .... S3 101 Sl Colbert ...... 5 '
MacCartr 8S 91- l'ettr 99 81 1
Ituito SO 1S McLnon K '
Donohoo 101 81 wl Hart T7 .
Sbceban IK 51 wsjJKey
t Totals -"9 43 471
Southern Itnllirar Clerks' Leasnc.
(At Casino Alleys.)
llunl X 109
Camill lis 100
lllalsdell IS IAS 131
CJood 78 87 83
Dorsay 88 99 87
Totals Ul 4SQ 4M
Larrcnea ... 93 81
Hldummd .. M 93
Itanmy .... 81 93
,.tr 471 43
ARCADE UUCKIIN LEAGUE.
nnnlt Si IJ2 HI BA.NKUIW.
hebmiodler ...til 113 971 Salb 116 105 117
Oheoa Ill W 131 H. Hniley ..111 107 76
RK-hanlvm ....81 97 81 Mat 89 91 97
Bltjkdell Ill 110 9(111. Hurley
m 1 Bonu ....
Totals 52S E 3D
.11 103 113
Totals 486 Jl 490
ll ltm 84 96 91
..I OWeil 15 113 Kl
96. HeUnarlens .111 M e?
991 Loreday 109 107 ICO
Total .3 IE 4S
TERMINAL T. M. C. A. LEAGUE.
snOPS . STATION Nn 1
Shlrmin o .. ..'Pins 83 93 93
liorvr ?o 90 weekly 33 lai si
'oentll m 98 89 Allen 94 11 1
WUIiams 89 WlllUras ....103 lor. 93
Walta 87 89 Miller 91 UO H
Wallett 87 ..
William. 95 Toils IS3 54S 457
Total. tB 449 451
feOCTHWE-STERN I1CCKPLN LEAGUE.
Aeton 114 83 91 LINWOltTS.
lymsfort Ill VO 1101 Sdmsemnart 104 78 83
bni ft ra; Mrar 87 '."i ra
"9 97 97 SI. Wen! ....1 87 87
uh ID 113 lUJ V. Wood ....81 91 S3
NORTTTE-XST DUCK PIN LB.OUE.
J. IIAGGERLY. 1. T. KEANR
M 9l 90, Kettter 193 114 10t
E. rvcr Ill 93 Ml Acton
1L yotmt II 89 107i Elliott 7 ?3 117 K3
Totals 5P6 4S0 130 Totals W ji 451
W,,.AVY T&Si 13) , watwi WABj
. . 23 li 131 1 Witsnn..
.. isa U9 1U . llarmel. .
(wu 159 u, lj . liarmel lt Kl lai
... lfi Id irr , lMlluma 2ui as
17fi 1(C 37 i .IansT.
1 3 E? I Kssex... .....
Totals.. . 019 7K IC TMsls. SC n ?.
31iller relied st'Cuod and third rsmea.
1M ItO l"S ! Rohlnme..... n 151 III
133 1 11 i Allison Kl 1J7 183
1SS V 215 , Jacrken 1-b Kl
Melntyre.-.. 1-3 rM 114 I .VcKnew. 1W It: 1H
Williamson.. It 1S3 1 i hrauw. K W) to
Totals 5 SCO 93B Totals. B n M
TV. & U I J. A I.
m m I iuantreu.
83 UK l I ielltncer...... 102 W M
O 101 fS I Abbott. KK K rO
llklvo. ST 111 i llnleunson... S3 H Kl
.Nslley 157 lit Clllcurcey 101 W SO
Totsls K C , Totals , M tl ill
IVh S3 95 93! MrKulan ...1M 102 l
Iiuinll Vi 109 7. Haf 101 SO la
WoIU 8 l 92 Holmes 3 117 lcr
Copthnd 97 l 99! McKenoh ... 3 93 92
Lttchneld 91 92 101 Jasper 103 107 S
Totals 3 417
Richards KB B T. A. Hartsall
Heaters ....... w in Kfiiojrr n K T9
McDonald .... M S IB Traers f6 (7 los
Kllett S3 3 119E. Uartaall .. 91 92 100
Parker S3 99 H Smith 191 97 93
Totals 132 501 Oil
Totals ....(is KO cS
r. Georse 112 ffl VA KJi
Klnm II. . lflp
u... iro as IK
90 103 ;nil so ( U7
113 Fredrs "V ai 41
S3 98 3l Noach 52 103 106
500 W 4-Jj Total !1 0 53
By New York Telegraph.
First race Edith W.. Dick Do
Second race David 'Warfleld,
Lotta Creed. Delmas.
Third race Gasket. Connaught.
Fourth race Gellco, Duncraggln,
Fifth race Oakland, Sir Alves
cot. Gold Finn.
Sixth race Black Mate. Orbed
Lad, Shorty Northcut.
First race Clothes Brush. Mall
tine. Commoner's Touch.
Second race Comstock entry.
Please Welles, Joplin entry.
Third race Heretic, Miss Jonah,
Fo.urth race Spohn, . Sherwoodr
Fifth race Donald MacDonald.
Irish Kid, Lord Elam.
Sixth race Question Mark, Ban
orella, Tpwton Field.
It. IT. Y. 31. c.
Ifl the Railroad" T. M. C A. gym last
night, the Railroad basket-ball team de
feated the Korthnstnlsters by 3 to ;.
Line-up and summary:
R. R. Y. M. O. A. KorthminlsteTl.
Nottingham, n. F. Atheny. K. F.
Seteren, L. F.
Lehman. It. O.
nisei. L. G.
PlaU. R. G.
Henderson, L. G.
Goals from field-Nottingham (4). Moffett (2). Ma
son (D, Sherman. Goals from fool Mason. Blade.
Smith. Fools NotUnrham. Sherman. Mason. Plata
(3). nendenon.- Smith. Lehmsn (3). Black (2). Um
pire Mr. Underwood. Timekeeper Mr. Dickinson.
Scorers-Messrs. Sherman and Moffett.
Alien Trim Mnreortha.
In the Southwest Duckpln League match
last night, the Atlers defeated the Lin
worths in all three sets. The work- 'of
Murphy and Langford for the winners
was the feature. The former landed high
set, ZS0, and 13 for high game.
The Oldest Remedy Katoira
Is a seidlltz powder. All physicians pre
scribe It for all troubles of tha stomach,
liver, and bowe's. You can now buy a
rood-tasting seidlltz powder. It Is called
HoTs Lemon Eeldlltv
FINISHES ARE EXCITING
Upright and Seneca Under the Wire
No$e Apart Pedro, 15
to 1, Win.
Juarez. Mexico, Jan. 28. Gold of Ophlr
captured the handicap this afternoon and
Incidentally equaled the track record for
seven furlongs. The winners time was
1:212-5. Cold of Ophlr was third choice
in the speculation. Robblns gave the
mare her head without delay, and she
raced close up with Daddy Gip, who set
a dazzling pace. The latter tired In the
final sixteenth, where Lack Hose moved
up with a rush. Gold of Ophlr, however,
hung on gamely and lasted long enough
to take the purse by a nose. Lack Ros
beat Sea Cliff for the place by a very
Tho purse race resulted In another close
finish for first money when Upright and
Seneca finished noses apart. Fast time
was hung up in this event, the six fur
longs being run In 1:12 2-5.
Pedro, at 15 to 1, upset calculations In
the first, when he spread-eagled his field
and won In a big gallop. Mother Ketcham
was the only pronounced favorite to
FIRST RACE-One mile. Pedro. 13 to 1. won:
Detaaa. 3 to 1. second. Lambertha. 7 to 10. third.
Tine. 1:M 2-S. Ttoocer IUttle, Adolante, M. Cam
ton. Jobs Patterson. Laimlnster, Ilasnls, Sam
Cernard. and Firemen also ran.
SECOND IIACE-Flte and one-halt forlorn. Kid
Nelson. to I. won; Ernest 11 , S to 2. second;
Palatable, ertn. third. Time. 1ST. Rl Widow.
Joe Riulier. FlUserald. Kaltina. Cordla F.. In
rmteta. Loan Shark, and Valletta also ran.
TniUD RACK-Hix finioncs. Uprtrht. 5 to 1.
von; Senesra. s to 5. second; General Mareh
ment, 1 to 5. third. Time. 1:12 23. Follie Lety.
Fljlrc Fuctster. 1ft Doorherty. and Georffa Oa
nard also ran.
ForitTII KACE Seten fcrlor.ej. Gold of Ophlr.
! 2. wnn. Lark Rose. 2 to I. erenod: Sea Clin".
.J 5. third. Time. 151 13. Oorfcsrrar. Daddy
;;p. Dutch Rock. Ymlr, and Melton Street also
KIITn RACE Six ftalonrs. Hnffraaist, 5 to L
won; Anglos. 7 to 1. sconnd. Mandadero. 7 to 19.
third. Time. 1J2 2 3 Lady Vonnt. Percy Hen
derson. Meada. Dominica, tloMrn Axnea. Bell
snlrker. and Shocticc Spray also ran.
SIXTH UACE-Frte and half furlonji. Mother
Ketcham. 9 to 10. won: Moller. 5 to 1. seennd:
SrrlrhUy Miss. 1 to S. third. Time. 1-97. Velit
ur. 3iscus. Dynamo, i-aner. snu
BEATS THE FAVORITE
Charleston. S. C, Jan. 3. Sylvestrls. a
IS to 1 shot, beat Rose Queen, an odds-
on favorite. In the third race at Pal
metto Park to-day. This was the best
race ot the day, although the talent
dropped a barrel of money on Chilton
King, tipped as a good thing. In the sec
ond race. Guldepost. with Sklrvln up,
won this race without any trouble.
The Squire finally copped another race
to-day when he beat Coropsla. a 20 to 1
shot. In the first race for four-year-olds
and upward. Tiny Tim, a SO to 1 shot,
was third. The track was clear and fast,
and the attendance large. Summaries:
FIRST RACE Four-year-olds; fife and one-half
fcrlonci. The Strcire. 1QS Qnsehotten). 12 to 1,
won; Corcrsia, 1LQ (Vandnsen), 20 to 1. srrood;
Tiw Tim. 1" (Montanr). 50 to 1. third. Tune,
ISO 1-3. Lady Sybil. Dustpan. Dedefndar.t, Cheer
Up. Con Curtail. Fotsch. ewarbl Hill. Ethel Le-
brume. and Semi Qnarer also ran.
SECOND UACU-Ttree-year-oloa; six toncexs.
Guldepost. vr (Skirrtnl, 7 V. n. won; Gardenia, K7
(Gooee), 11 to 5, second; Chilton Kirz. Ill (Koerner).
8 to 5. third. Time. 1:13 ml Merry Ctiase, Fid.
Armor. El!a Crane, and Pascrs also ran.
THIRD RACE Three-year-olds and up: seren
furtons-Carlton G.. 112 (Wilson), i to 5, won;
Renobliean. 103 (Mclntlle). t to 3. second: Vol-
thorpe, 107 (Mnssrore), 10 to 1, thud. Time, 13 1-S.
JacQneluia, Mnd SQ1. and Leamecce also ran.
FOURTH RACE Handicap, mile and serenty
yard. MUton B.. 107 dilutee). 3 to Z. won;
Husky Lad. 93 (Sktrrin). 5 to 1. second: ECendi.
101 (Vandusen). 11 to S. third. Time, 1.-45 4-5.
Font and Lawton Wlssica also ran.
FIFTH RACE One and one-half fcrlonsj. Sjl
Teatris. Ill (Eckera). 12 to 1. won; Rosa Queen.
108 (Martin). Ono 20. secooa; Monkey. 101 (Drrytr).
43 to L third. Time, li Pmk Lady, Fatherala.
and Amoret alo ran.
SIXTH RACE Four-yeaolds and upward: seren
furlonss. Toiaon D'or. 106 (Buxton). 11 to S. woo;
Jack Nmmally. 100 (Peak). 5 to 1. aerxod; Spell
bound. 107 (Goose). 5 to l. thud. Time, ls 13.
MocamL Ben Prior. Tirrr Jim, Belfast. Thetis.
Fair Atlanta. Maurice ReSd. Bettia, and Qulsey
Bells also ran.
The B-K Co.
Now. Reenlar. Norr.
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WARREN MOTOR SALES GO.
Ills rtemored ts
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Phone M. 3364. .
CEO. W. PAREZO,
"Green" Beer, that is, beer that hain't been
matured, mnit be protected from the Bjht, and
it i aho likelj to deteriorate from a change of
Needs no protection. It is put
up in clear, light bottles, where
its sparkling contents arc in
plain view. This superior beer
is scientifically produced to
blend every ingredient perfectly
then it is aged until just right.
After that neither light nor
change of climate can have the
slightest effect on its purity or
Family trade supplied at 91.23 per case.
MONUMENTAL BREWING CO.
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I Money Talks
J We Ssre Ton 225 ler Cent o
;. Falntlac Automobiles.
i We nse only Valentine's Van.
J. adlnm Varnishes, the only yst-
3. nlshes that will stand soap. mad.
X and water. We bake enamel on
X hoods and fenders.
X Autos painted. J 12.50 and on.
i Died automobiles and motorcy-
. cles for sals.
t Cor. 14th and W Sis. N. W.
I AND RACYCLE
H And 14 Other Makes of Bicycles.
j Sandrfe mnd Repalrtnf.
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430-31 10TH ST. 5W.
Open ETenlntm Until 7i30. 3I-3.
Wlir should Aatomoblle oiniera be tot
tnented sTlth tire troafales irken they
ean be poattlTely dons away with, by
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for Automobile Tires.
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Fllllnr Flaat. 220-134 Foorteenth
Street IT. W.
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Of Every Kind Always Hera.
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1319 U St N.W.
Phone N. 1470.
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Expert Electric Vehicle Repairing
Storage Eatterles repaired "and re
newed. Ignition and Lighting Batter
ies Charged and Built to Order.
SOUTHWORTH KEISER CO.
Phone M. 1233. Rear 1120 L. St- K. W.
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P. (Vi. COftR,
Agent for Flanders and Yale Motor
cycles and Corrs Speelnl Bleyele.
Motorcycle Overhsullnr nnd Belt Ile
palrtag. Accessories and Sundries.
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just bow th. nsa
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operate? Come In ws11 be
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far TOU at any ttae.
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CLOTHES OF FAULT
Are assured when we make one
of our Famous Suits to your
measure. Vast selection of pure
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447 Seventh SL S. W., Cor. E St.
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Consultation free. Medicines fur
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97 YEARS' Successful practice In tha
tl lt" cote of Chronic, rterrsns,
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Means Health to Yon if Yon Saner
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