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p CLARENDON TEAM TO
4. PLAY IMPERIAL CLUB
On account of the Moses of the seat
degendable piteher em the stal of the
is1 Electrical School team, the game
hieh was scheduled with the Ameean
dria County team at Clarende tamer
row pfternoon has been postponed. and
Me r Jone., of the Virgianans. has
the Imperials to take ther. paca
on the schedule. This is a new aggrega
t$ es composed almost entterly .of oneiegt
ne, and the team acros tihe Potomac
win have to hustle to take the long end
of the score. Francis McDonough Is
piloting the team which he win line
up about as follows:
l'tnnegan, pitcher; Carrell, catcher: K.
tlillivan. first base: Gorraty, second
lse: Weis. third base: Maloney, shorn
stop: Orsmer, left field; McCarthy.
tehterfieid; McDonough, right field, with
3M quade. Noonan and Gillis in reserve.
manager Jones will have practically the
raise line up as used in last Sunday's
.-tsagement. with pitchers selected from
1un Herbul i. Jarboe or Blundon, and
either Davidson, or Degnan behind the
Yale Nine -Picks Leaders.
Ne.w Haven. Conn.. April 20.-Raymond
P. Sr.,. or B-ockton. Mass., class of
was elected captain of the Yale base
lsit team. ie plays second base and
succeeds Werry !egore, who resigned to
join the colors.
. Yanks Release Pitcher.
New York. April 2.-The New. York
A'terican League club has announced
te release of I'itcher '.Tack' Enright to
the Toronto International League)
team, under an optional agreement.
iasti. doesn ' .ant to pitch for ,neianatl. He
bate. to we himself seing back that fat.
risg Bnde. ol the Atilcties, threatens to break
all base rue ru rent, for Shibe Park this s-aon.
COMPLETE STATISTICS (
Athletics. 6; Washington. 4.
Detroit. 7; Cleveland, 4.
Chicago. 5; St. Louis. 2.
New York-Boston. rain.
Athletics at Washington.
New York at Boston.
Detroit at Cleveland.
St. Louis at' Chicago.
Clubs. Won. Loot. Pct.
Chicago............ 6 2 * .750
Boston............. 5 2 .714
New York.......... 4 2 .667
Cleveland........... 4 4 .500
it. L'uis........... 4 4 .500
Athletics........... 3 5 .375
Washlagtea ...... .. 2 5 .2a6 1
or t............. 2 6 .250;
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WOOD DH ISFIST
AT HAVRE DE GRACE
Beats Robert Bradey in Sixth Race at
Maryland Track-Favorites Score.
Hawne de Grace. Md., April 20.-Wood
stone won the feature race today when be
came through In the sixth, beating Rob
ert Bradley, the odds-on favorite which
has broken two records in his last four
races, finishing outside the money. The
winner was well played by a select few
who plastered the mutuels with "kale"
as the horses were going to the post.
The card offered today was a very or
dinary one with regards to class. but
as a general proposition the finishes
were close enough to send the large
crowd home satisfied that the "Sport
of Kings" is the real thing when it
comes to furnishing real thrills.
Nightstick made a run-away affair of
the last race of the day, winning by
half a deen lengths, polling up to a
gallop. One of the odd features of the
mutuel betting was brought out in this,
race. as the winner paid more to Show
than he did to win. The summary:
PIBET 1408-Selling; 2-year-olds; four fartonge.
Bues Marosetta 34 (Haunes). 32140 $11.1. WOK
was; Leu Det'. 1tt (arrington). We M.CC. sae
sad; (tibia, Ws (Amare.), $0.3. thbd. 'nme,
0. n nawt K., Daeety Bu~hem. taaesty.
IAtol tesW weginl 9 'GOI It, Asses and
BECOND RAGE-elhis: Myeaelds and or
ward; six furlngs Colors. 112 (Ward), sa, .5,
P33U. won: Rey lUnta as (Rowani, MID. 57.1. sec
and; Two Royals. 117 (Batwelli, "Alt third. Tlme.
1:151t5. Durin. Hiker. Jim Base~r. Gaelio, Smirk
ing. Enoss, Lone star. Vuinia S.. te. Bank
Bill. Sir Fretful and Altamaha also ran.
THIRD RAGFMaidre 3-year--olds and upward;
five and o whalf furlong. Smart Honey, 106 (Roun
ant) . $4. 4.10. won; Bladen. 106 (Troaler)
312Ji1. W.M. second: Royal W IV les (TacMA) SL
third. Time, 1-0. Scarpia 11, P'hoto. Bells Ronald.
IF THE MAJOR LEAGUES
Boston. 4: New York.,2
Phillies. 4; Brooklyn. 3.
Pittsburgh. 6; Chicago. 1.
St. Louit, 7; Cbncinnati, 6.
Boston at New York.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at t. Louis.
Chicago at Pittsburgh
Clubs- Won. Lost. Pet.
New York .......... 6 2 .714
Bostons.............. 5 2 .714
St. Louis............ 6 3 .667
Chicago............ 6 4 .6
Cininnatis-.- rel 6i .0
Phil ies............. 4 .429
Pittsburgh .......... 7 .300
Brooklyn ........... t .143
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rae Cahoiner C ait F oe tos o
tha hedh t wn. Thne smary:it
Swa eant. A.(lsne) SPEAR 80N ..
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unisa~.wgin14e. 0 lbt. t. ~eem
UCOIT)ftA TCiAT.RR e edaS
GE~sx rO.p CWu. 0BI(ad)5 0
Pl.won: bem bewen H and a. an. I si. s,
Et -.DrA.HiOPT. la~ 00MA.al. d.
b~g ).noq. LneSet s. lah ,Te.Ba
Phone. M.. end TRET Wg 05(a~I
Bostn.4 oer, Yoer. k. Ne es. vt
14e in ng.
St. Loas. 7n cin' L6
osnim atNe York. e te
CB liti a t Loi.
Chc t -itsbrg
Pnr, Ment. It. Widow Bedetta. Blaasawav. Ban
daI. Jee Dougilas Bond and Kingling I also ran.
POURTz RA0o-Selling; yneaolds and riad;
dx furloag. Bfeein. 110 (ayaqsa). 1, Si6,^
w4 was;. Kabn IM (Oblit). $3./. U asemed; NBae
Beek. III (Prwringon), $11, third. Time, 1:15.
Beby C . Royalist. Trasa. VirnAa W.. Bairak.
Osmba. Lady Laedon. Beart Beat, Slumbenr Sad
Beiliatism Aso ran.
PEFI' RAO-Selliag; Syearold.; air furlease.
Cheaimng. l (Kopplesani. O.0. R.M. 0.t, wn;
Obasiu 13 (Mart). Db j . eensnd: Lady In
nema. l0 (Pets!, S1,t third. Tnm 1:144
Star Pear, Dr. Neban. Owesa sad Ahura asor a.
s r RAO -aedimpe; trear-olde and stn
ward; nib and treerr yards. Wedstoe.. 113 J.
Mekh art). 7. 41, R.M wo; Wooden Shaw.
15 (Metealf, 1P. .3.1 accod; Fnnness. 119
(Amabned. .5, third. 'lis. 1 :f. Reret Bred
ey. Judge. Delancy and Napoleon aism ta.
nEV43TH 3.ACE-SeiIfg; >yeaelde and or
ward; dg fransp. Night Stiek, 113 I(tWInisms.
P. 54 5350. woe: Maxi's Chnoee,. 1 ('TnisIe.
.5.35.0, semod.; Hoe, I 1IW. Coltam.. $19, third.
Ties. 1;14. Billy Oliv. Sahe. Presumption.
Masik. Deil Fish and Birdmaa also rae.
HAVRE -DE GRACE ENTRIES.
FIRST RACZ-Selling: ZrearSds.; four farloeg
Suany 83111 (inq.). 1e7. Peeper. 104.; *fady Gri. 9;
Kidars Bog., 110: 'ill Livingutun. IS, *ired Gold.
10; Ban Le limp.-. IM; Risande. 10; Produner.
11; Lady nines.. 104; *W., 10.
BECOND aACF.-andiap; millas; 4-yesteide
and upwrI; olecbs; aboet two miles. Raco
Brok. 1M; Mn Caest. IM; High PVar. 10,
aerhumanlw. 1M; Idle Miohael. 10: Basbo' 14,
Ramway, IN; Miss Caanasd,. 13: (%aa. I'
(lratner. 134; Avlater. 111. Zellwood, IK
THIRD itACO-Selag; raaro-oa and Upward;
Ax tebna Ceig Hares. 10; virginla W., 1M1;
" mse. 1%; LebmpIs, t11 513p. 111; stasmh
8.. 133; Za. 151 Anjebt. &. VIlry. IM; Lre.
13rUa9g3 'Te. Ill: B ur apiin 0: Quid None. 10;
Saeg of Valer. 130; *Rlei Ns... Ma: LWtU.
Net.bw. 115. Al- eligible: htellarina. 15; 'Eu
ens. 106: *Maery. 10; Parl-,r Itm. 116; Siler
Shapiro,. 11; *Joe Flnn. 13; ltiton ug. 111;
Plumins 30; Prm Harry 410.1 . I1:; Ma, me W.,
19: Eleanor,. 10. Thy Buarbody, 10,; Led Well. Ill.
FIIUtTH RACPF-Condtian; 3 nari d.; tfie and
ne-half furlongs. Nashvilk. 10. (evua.Le lmp 1.
111- Killia 1W1: Mae Mu-a'. 1i:: 4Sar lnc. 1Ir;
COrmin Dan. 103 ton 1. 1.; (1rtahip, 116
Lady YMol. 111; Amalpmatnr, 1'; P ,um limp,
Vir RA The Phl adel14ia HandwCap: J.
year-olds and upwards stz furlons. sandmarch. Is.;
Pnnant. 128; He Will, 12,; J. J ii;. ;M; 9yoit
(fib. 110; Isoebarea 13. Flitter ld. 114. Hau
berk, 115; Rones. 10; Top .' the Morning, 119
Tom Ca y. 10. ('TUG weights on !lfdt ake and
Hauberk iolude p malty of 5 Pounds).
S TK RACE-i.1Ng; rnrolde and upard;
fine and one-half r.long, lmntnrtnr, 119; Repr
bat-, 116; Pomp, Ill; *(berry R. r'. 116; Ma.nnmno,
116: Amtoe.. 118: e ;.. p: (NM. Ree
13. Grand Jury. 104: King hagunt, 11; *'bm II
ward. 110; Polly J.. 111.
SEVI.NTiI RACE-Ha rllap: a;ing: 33-ar-olds
and upard: mil.' nd ae.enty arda 'airy Legend,
112; Prcsto Lyon. Il1; Bus Around, 1; Iouo. lit;
Sky Pilot. 111; Weoenah. IlM
-Apprenlee amsnons claimed.
Al Shaw Out with Deft.
Al Shaw. of Brooklyn Is out with a
deft to any light-weight eghter in the
District and vicinity, and is more than
anxious to meet "Buddy" Ray, the well
known local light-weight.
Shaw yesterday accepted Tommy
Louis Ratta. of 1429 II street northeast.
is acting as Shaw'b manager, and will
take care of Shaw while he is In Wash
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING.
O. B. THnOMPsO,.
"As Neer You as Your Telephioa"
3415 Ga. ca. ow. Ph'e Col. 431.
Rooms,. U and Si.
JOHN F. DONOHOE A 80Nis.
Bales Rants. Losns and Insursnce.
314 Ps. aye. s. Phone Line. as.
Boeses for sale-U to MU.95.
SB onthern Bidg. Phone Meln 134.
SCRAP METAI4, PAPER & RAGS.
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-Pbene Line. 1'712.
VEDUAL T'tABA coOPAWT,
AWDE WINDOW CLEANING OCs.,
8 U 8U. M. W.
WINE~D l LQUO..
131 3 0. sn..
Phone Main 110.
A. E. BEITEEa4
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Wace Peident Marsial 1hrew Out
Firt BaD of Ss..
By LBLAND L. HOLME.
Basebaorn in its fintial bow et the sea
ion betoe a aim crowd of Capital City
fans yetery afternoon at Seventh
street lot. was for a time farced frenm
the ilmelght to make reom for a great
Vice President Marshall opened the af
total season in the city when be tossed
a brand-new league ball to Umpire Brick
"Better step back a littlhe." said the
Vace President. 'I used to pitch a few
now and them myself." With this he
buried the bell at the umpire and the
season of 1117 was oSeially en.
Prior to the opening of the time by the
Vice President the patriotio exercises
Assistant Secretary of the Navy
Franklin D. Roosevelt was the feature of
the demonstration, along with the mili
tary Griffmen, armed with baseball bats
and under command of Corp. Dean, U. a.
A., their drill master.
'K sincerely hope that at the end of
the season we will have another Sag to
add to the American flag over this
Dark." Mr. Roosevelt told the Griffmen.
Shortly before 2:30 o'clock the soldiers
and sailors stationed in and about Wash
ington who attended the contest as the
guests of "Old Fox" Griffith fled to their
positions along the front of the stands.
A moment later the I. S. S. Mayflower
recruiting party, Chief Yeoman H. H..
Hines, and J. T. Jackson, Yeoman (first
class) H. L. Thomson,' Boatawaln's
Mate B. E. Karnes, and Coxswain D. W.
Thompson. all of the United States navy,
appeared in an automobile on the field in
frost of the grand stand. Assistant See
retary of the Navy Franklin D. Roose
velt took post Immediately behind the
automobile which was led by the band
then in marched the Grifmoen in sets of.
fours in command of Drill Corporal Dean.
United States army. The procession
marched to the southeast corner of the
To the tune of the national anthem
Secretary Roosevelt, assisted by Manager
Griffith. Nick Altroek, Capt. McBride.
and Groundkeeper O'Dea raised Old Glory
to the handsome new flag pole which has
recently been erected. While the flag was
being raised the entire audience stood at
attention. Secretary Roosevelt then
gave the boys his word of cheer and fol-.
lowed the band to his box in the grand
The Griffmnen responding to the sharp
commands of Corp. Dean staged a pretty
Clece of drilling to the great delight of
the patriotic fans. They marched In col
umos In fours and in platocns and show- I
ed great aptitude in their foot work.
After the drill was completed the glad
iators of the diamond marched to the
front of the box occupied by President
Marshall. The Old Fox ahook hands
with the Vice President and handing him
a n. w ball asked him to throw it out
from his seat.
The Vice President rose and hurled
the ball to Umpire "Brick" Owens and.
the game was on.
What the crowd lacked in numbers wasl
made up in enthusiasm. The band play
ed patriotic numbers and a general feet-,
Ing of patriotism thronged the assem-,
The lower pavillion was well filled as
nas the grand-stand to the right. The
upper tier of seats was sparsely set-.
tied and the seats without backs along
the ale of the left garden were mostly
vacant The jury box contained the
usual crowd. House-tops and tree-selats
about the park were well filled.
For the first time lit the history of1
the Seventh Street Park the Tricolor
of France and the British Union Jabk
floated on either flank of Old Glory at:
the tc-p of the grand stand. Boxes on
both tiers of the pavillion were draped
in flags and Old Glory flew from every
available pole about the park.
VLe Prenldent Marshall was accom
panied by his secretary. Mark Thistle
thwaite. In the box with Assistant Sec
retary of Navy Roosevelt were Mrs.
Roosevelt, Lady Maude Cavendish. daugh
ter of the goveror general of Canada.
and Henry S. Hooker. a former law
partner of the secretary.
The party left the stand Just prior to
the opening of the Seventh inning. The
Secretary explained that he must leave
because of important business.
The following Congressional delegation
were present at the contest: Senators
Hughes, New. Ashurst. Wolcott. C.
S. Page. lee S. Overman. T. Hard
wick, and 1: D. Smith; Representatives
Gordon Lee. William Stafford, Sam Ra
burn. E. 1 Hill, J. C. MacKenzie W.
F. Waldow, Cordell Hull. McClintde.
Vestal. Comstock, Dyer. Phelan, Mondel;,
Cary and Kann.
Others in boxes at the game were:
District Commissioners Newman ano
Prownlow, Major Raymond W. Pullman.
superintendent of police, and party;.
President of the American Federation or
Lobor Samuel Gompers and Party; Ed
ward Beal McLean and party. John
Ghucane and party. Maj. Luce, N. G. D.'
C.. and party; Col. Glendie Young, com
mander of the Third Infantry, N. 0.
D. C.: Ralph Given. "Cy" Cummins. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Wardman. Woodberry
Blair and party. W. B. Hibbs and part,
Dr. Harry Kauffman, Mr. and Mrs.
Horace Wescott, Edward Walsh and
party. Ben Minor and party. W. H.
Rapley and party. Col. Robert N. Harper,
A. Leftwich Sin-lair. Col. C. W. Ruts,
P. T. Moran, James F. Oyster, Mrs.
James F. Oyster. C. F. Nesbit, Hon.
John Schofield, E. J. Murphy, William
F. Gtde. William Grant. C. I. Crissey,
Samuel Mattison. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Grant. Dr. iCopeland, S. T. Cameron and
Others present: George C. Shaffer.
Henry T. Offterdinger, George Isemann.I
Dr. Clyde Shade, Harry B. Halley, Wil
liam L. Miller. Contad B. Doyle. Law
rence McLaurin. John Stuckett, Thomas
E. Kinney. Htarry KrausS. Clarence
Dodge, John T. Meany. Hanry Armiger.
William Wells. Harry Standiford, Ber,
nard Carroll. J. 5. Brosnan, John Tucker.
Dr-. A. D. Butz, Robert .9. Akera, Fire
Marshall Nicholson. George Watson. Dr.
Paul W. Willmeth. Henry C. Bailey.
Herbert Garrison. Charles Dietz, Con
way B. Hunt. Mark Thistlethwaite, At
bert Wagner. James Fenton, Capt. M. B.
Louthan. Edward C. Wrede, Harry Win
ningder, Adam Walters. John Zimmer
man, Otto H. Bartmann, Lieut. T. J.
Crimmins, George Gill. Charles Rossiter.
John R. Wrenn, Dr. Louis Sacks. Edward
Roche, Michael Scanlon. P. ~B. Fletcher.
Morris Cafritz, Murray Long. George D.
Cantrell, Luigi Thornett, Harry- Gray.
George Burdine. James E. Dwyer, John
Teacham, Charles Kinsella, Charles Ht.
McBride, E2mer Irey, Edward Boss. H.
T. Hoffman. Henry Rodler, James Mc
Cleiland, Charles Myers. Eugene Hurdle.
R, B. Mann, and Earl Phillips.
Karylanders Want Game. .2
The Southern Maryland All-Star base
ball team has organized for the season
and would like to arrange gams withm
some of the fast teams In Washington.
Th's team ia made up of players from
different parts of Maryland and expee
to bave a very strong nine.
Teams desiring games with this club
wrill be paid a good guarantee. Address
slt challenges to C. C. Buckler. Owing,.
Central to Play Tome School..
Port Deposit. Md., April U.-The Cen-l
tral High School. of Washington. will
play the Tome School baseball team at
Tome. Port Deposit, Mdt, Caturday. As
the Washington teamn has played eight
games this season and laet nose this
sam asunisd a ded bae ema
prova tat the" pe
ST MUS K OL
Our entire stock of High-ra
price reductions. All the latest
makes as Fruhauf-Imperiai. Ade
fit and pleae every man.
Men's$15.00 Suits, a
Retiring Sale Price. .
Men's $18.00 Suits,
Retiring Sale Price. .
Men's $20.00 Suits,
Retiring Sale Price. .
Men's $22.50 Suits,
Retiring Sale Price..
Men's $25.00 Suits,
Retiring Sale Price. .
Full Dress and Tuxe
NINTH INNING RALLY
LANDS FOR THE TIGERS
tleeland. April n.-- The Tiger finally
Came through today and in a Garrison
ninth-inning finish defet,t d the Indlane.
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LICENSE TAX FOR RACING.
Horsemen Must Pay $504 Dail. at
Frankfort. K.. April 3a.-The tate
enat Geerdara pted a huse bIll fix
nea itll.enee tax of r-M a daY fo"r race
nor t ings at Kentucky tra,":s . within
wenty m iles of . t1,a nf ^_.'" :tri $>(Y
day for all othern exe P, those at
state and countyi iro
An ::mendment . et to ho in, Ned upo'1 h
he house6 nrolles the licen~ in er~
In those tracks under the jurl-r ion u!
6he Stat 7 tacing commision. Th . fec
would, it In stated, exempt track, de
-te~d to. trotting races.
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lo Suits at 333% OFF
rcoats at HALF PRJ
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FEDERAL ALTO SUPPLY CO..
477 Penna. ave. Phone M. 3445.
M. r-. EAIMMER.MANe-- - --
Steward-Warner Mervces Station.
1117% Fourteenth at. North 2565.
BOYCE NOTORCYCLES - RAYFIELD
Service Station. 1318 Fourteenth St.
IRVIN T. DONOHOE. Phone N. 374.
%ATIONAL ELECTRICAL SVPPLV CS.
"Everything for the oar owner."
1330 New York aT.
Phone Main .686
sup.rlls.-day or night.
G st. between Sixth and SeYents,
BARTRAM E.LECTRIC OARAGO,
1204-06 New hampshire a,.
2107-11 M st. Phones West 46-454.
A UNiR N-PATWFINDEE
AUBURN AND PATHFINDDR SALU
1022 Conn. ave. Phone V. 6396.
EMERBON & ORXU.
1420 26 it.
Phone N. 671 ____._
Chevret Motor Cs.
I21l Conn. a'.
Phone N. 3415.
Arnerteas Greateat Light S12." Two
trodels- three boy styles. hlaye
Motor Co.. Inc.. 11293f 26t. TelW. 35
N A SWEllt -
H. B. LIART. JR..
2521 Pourteenth at. Phone W. 4436
Herald Automobile Direehy.
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and E Sts.
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THE LUTTRELt. CO..
1214 New Hans pahire av.
Phone Wet /R.
RECORr AUTO CO.,
631-3-5 Mams a,. nw.
Phone. Main 22-34.
THE COMMERCIAL AUTO SUPPLY
312 Fourteenth at. Phone Ma i 3174.
UNGoERER1 MOTOR CO..
1126 Conn. av.
Phone _. 621.
Sf-ton. Phone N. 2923 fo'r demnenstra
t on. JOHtN R. PENDlLETON 0O.. Rear -
1110 13th at. ow.
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N,.rideonration. JOE11 3. PENDOLETON CO.
sfe 1110 18th A. es.
The new aetyet rubber.
National Electrical Suptly ('0.,
130 New York av. Phone MI. 40.
PIRESTWE TERE AND RUBDSm co.
Moat ine Der dollar.
324 Fourteenth st.
OWES-KEsuLER RUDDER IM3U co
''* TREAD TIRES -- MARATHON
TIRES, 606 and 6123 E t. Tel. M. 1041.
1521 14th at. Tel. N. 4144.
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