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7 BD Cl'BLEY.
NEW TORK. July i?.?juai aoout
3:30 daylight saving time this afternoon
at Empire City course there
wa? one loud groan floating through
the atmosphere. The moan came
at the start of the Frivolity stake*.
Aa the barrier flew up the sight of
one of the assistant' starters hanging
on to Pastoral shocked the crowd
and brought tears to the eyes of
Pastoral, coupled with Sailing
Along, was played from to 10 to
1 to t. so one can easily imagine
the anguish. Once the field got in
motion the backers of the Whitney
imlr knew they were gone.
^lice C.. which got off winging,
made it a runaway event and won
handily. Picnic gathered in the
second money, and Sailing Along
Kt was third.
? Some flne day the Jockey Club
will prohibit any horse being heldJt
is next to impossible to give a
horse an even break under these
ondltions. It would also prevent a
lot of unfair criticism. If a horse
can't break properly it should be
put on the schooling: list.
The race was worth 13.115 to the
winner. A few minutes after the finish
the clouds felt so badly over the
cataclysm they began to weep profusely
for a short period.
Chateau Thierry carried the Sanford
silks to an impressive victory
in the Primrose handicap. She
waited until the last sixteenth to
come along. When she sailed under
full sail the others looked as if they
were standing still. It was a thriller
from the moment the flag
Klected II went off like a bullet
with Banksfa chasing her. The
pair cut out a sizzling pace and
when they hit the home path both
were weary. Lunetta came along
and made it a threesome.
Inside the eighth pole Banksta
made her dying effort, she got to
the front, then died. Then Chateau
Thierry cam* along like a wild
charger and soon showed the way.
* Dominican Lyceum
V Tom Cutwtll, former major
league ball player and one of the
moat experienced players and
<oachea In the pistrtct. haa taker
up hia duties aa head coach for the
Dominican Lyceum, fantwell. with
the present assortment of ball players
an the Lyceum's team, together
with hta Inside knowledge of baaeball.
haa threatened to put a championship
team on the field.
At a meeting of the team last
night he save the players a few inside
tlpa and sounded warning ti
all teams .laying any claim to anj
District championship that hia team
must be met and beaten
ile has called practice at Diamond
Nfc 1 on the Monument (iroundi
nSC Saturday at I:i# p. m. The following
players are requested to be
hand promptly: McConnell
Lloyd. Roche. V. Riston, Snow. Carrick.
Ford. Fisher. F. Gerardl. Pa.
rella. Greene. J. Geradl. Coatello. Ra?fan.
Mickler, Homer. Buck holt*,
Balser and all other players who
would like to line up with the Ly'
<?m for the balance of the sea.
s<g. The team will be teiydered a
rrW* feast next Saturday sight at
^ Sistb atreet southwest, to which
alt players are invited.
jlrooklands Want Gaines.
Jhe Brooklands are without a
c4&>e for Saturday. Anyone d??irinr
a gftma can communicate wim
J. /. McCann. Nortb 1?5C
? **,<1 7 m ?r North
P after 7 o'clock.
Peo&yhraaa fr \
\ Shop Tode
We have had s<
extra trousers thai
?at an astonishir
poraneous mar kin
made as we make.
It's something ;
;"} such a price, too. S
Go to it, gentler
' the Sa
1 I i- ? . .''
Plus Bbc aad BU(
model*?and all size*, in
J Of coarse, they ar
The thadowproof w
with jeneroBi caft, awl
rom Elected II
Lunetta nosed out Eletced II (or ,
second mono ' Chateau Thierry
went to the poat a heavily-backed
J to I favorite, ao the victory was
more than popular. .
A storm of protast went up when
the judgas declared Sammy Kelly .
the winner of the fifth race. The
crowd waa satisfied 'hat Plikwlck
had beaten Sammy Kelly bv a nod
at tha ivire.
Whan Ensor. the rider of Pickwick,
came back to the stand and
?a* his number placed aecond he i
did everything but burn the tiacx.
Sande. the pilot of Sammy Kelly, |
came back amiling. and the result
stood aa the judges decreed.
Alexander Hamilton led the parade
In the coming event, much to
the gratiacatlan of many. Alexander
was a hot aecond choice at ,
U to i. 1
Benn> Leonard was there with a .
nice wairer and decided that playing
hosse* waa softer than flchtlnsr.
Cum sah was the J to S favorlt* and 1
finished second. He wouidti t $u.u
the early speed, but came line a
shot at the finish.
Charles A. Stonehams orange ailk
flashed home to an easy victory in
tha Cornwall purse. This bird waa
favorite at ? to S. and as he galloped
along In front down the home
stretch the spectators appreciated '
the sight. Curfew, which set the
pace, faltered In the laat furlong.
laated long enough to collect '
second money. Parader fT.'.ed out
the third hole.
Empire City Entries.
First Rare Two-year-olds, The
Carnation Purae, dve and a half
furlongs: Modo. 109; So It Goes
10S; Dr. T. s. Dabney, 117; Cydonia.
??; 81leve Conard. 108; Rose Brigade.
109; Missionary, 108.
*** ?* u<*?Three-year.olda and
up, selling; the Melrose Puraa; about
six furlongs Uranny I^ee. 10S; Carline
S? 105; Teomanette, 91; War
Map, 110; Miss Rankin. 98; Ltoye
Gorge. 110; Celtic Lass, !0I; Flopf^jn.
100; Gloomy Gus, 106; Rustler.
108; Equator, 110; Frippery. 93;
Foam. 98; Mandalay. 115; Machine
| Gunner. 108; Wedgeweod, 91: Turnabout.
101; P. T Barnum 10J.
Tbin Itsre Three-year-olds ana
up; selling; the Edgewood Purse;
mile and 70 yards: Biff Bang. 109
*2?* funnyland. 109;
J-Eclair, I OS; .Neddam. ms The EnWha'cw
V.V ?*rk H,It- fddy
Whack, 10C; Mammy Kelly, ifi- r0.
? many. 101; The La^h iff. ,i*L
: is* Dlet
Dancer II, 90.
*?lfth Rare?Three-year-old* an1
up; seHing; the Rockland Purse;
113. ?omy Gua, !07. Ma, "...
^ Bantry. n: pad'a'
J?7. Kellher. 109; Brink. 104; Queen
it?" Hoel,P0'-t. 1?T; Horeb.
t cm A?rl?",a- 1"; Pirate Mc
ing: the Hprlngdale Purse"'flv'e fur*
, Bloom. 101; Fred Klnnay. lot
is 3c (Unmpi
iy?Closed All Day
something you are y
i Beach. 1
-xtra Pair of Ti
mplete, d>? / * ?
many calls for Palm
t we've provided them??
l*ly ]?CY pfice- A. compi
g* of Single-trousers Suil
Beach Cloth?modeled a
you haven't had availab
>izes, 36 to 44 "regular"; 3
nen?make the most of il
le of Mohaii
- ?13 75
Jgjih* r ,
e fiut fo?f?the price is bond
kite Flannel Trouser
'eight?sad is the best of the sc
_ M loeps. AO sizes
AT BNriHB CITY.
Flrat Wm ? ?? HrKMt, Mete, ir
9t. T. *- UataMT.
?m4, r. t. k
TkM llrl Ltr4 Itlfkiu, H#TII*
Knrtk RMf?Mad Matter. Harn J
iMlt, !% ??? flap. Cl
Fifth Rm?RMkHrti Ckallnm
laatr>. = J
Klxtk Hare?stark ria. ?
Bar*. ? R
AT WINDSOR. "
Flrat Katf?Marklas Bird. Baa- E
Kir luipa, Mlaa Franlaad.
>m?< Kara? Mallewaaet. Klaar, fti
Ularaer 1*7. T
Tklrd Han Markla. Devealte, J'
laaaea B. Brewa.
Feartk Kaea Olfcky. ftaa
Klftk Ran-M|t. Blarkle Uaw, "
Mxtk Hih?1Taatalaa, Pastoral (
mala. Stat Baby. r
ttvralk Kara?Alraaaa, LaFeadre,
Flr?t Race?11,300, claiming; 2year-old
maidena; Ave furlongs;
Bumpety Bumps. Jit; Oraee Foster. pi
112; Alma Waaser, 111; Prunella.
112; Spaad Rlvar. 196; Popper Graaa. ?
111; Mlaa Frauland, 112; Modna. Ill; ?
Powder Faoe, 112; Forestall, 112; r
Nellie Lemon, 112; Blackflag. 112; K
Mocking Bird, 111; Wllfex. 115.
Meeead Race?Purse 11,200; claim- r
ins; 3-year-olda and up. Canada 1
bred; mile and an eighth: Vlolla C.
>1; Dorothea Carlin. 101; Maliowmot.
10*; Blarney Boy, M; Flamt.
102; Crown of Gold. Ill; Statlm, 07;
Tklrd Bare?Purae 11.200; allowances;
2-year-olds and up; colta and
geldinga; five and a half furlongs;
Jamea B. Brown, 110; Tom Caseidy.
110; Saddle and Boots, 110; Marble.
110; Devonite, 110; Topmaat. 111.
Feartk Baee? Purae 11.200; ?year-olds
and up; mile and an c
righth: She Devil, *1; Neensh. 101; j
Seaway, 10S; Olbby. 10S; Corydon.
105; Tom Brooks, ltd; Bond, 103; k
Austral, 105; Buckboard. 105; Lady
Longfellow, 102; Hackamore, 102; ^
Cavalcadour 11. 115; Dotta's Bast.
105; Darnay. 106.
Klftk Rare?Purse J1.200; allowances;
3-year-olda and up; one mile;
Chief Barthell. 01; Alvln T. Hert, v
103; Claymore, 110; Biackie Daw,
110; Tlppo Sahib. 101; Blowing Bubbles.
100; War Zone. 113; Registrar.
103; Smart Uuy. 107; Dodge. 110.
Blatk Rare?11.200; claiming; 3year-olds
and up; mile and a six*
teenth; Prunes, <7; Tantalus. 107; j
Accelerate. 100; Mint Cat. 113; Gain
de Cause. 90; Comme Ci. 107; Aph.
112; Pastoral Swain. 114; Some Baby,
99; Murray. 101; The Wit, 113.
*eveatk Rare?$1,200; claiming; 3year-olds
and up; mile and an
eighth; King Trojan. 91; Frank t
Shannon, 104; Kingllng II. 101; Peer- u
less One. 108; Montlllo. 95; Kohlnoor,
102; Pierre a Few. 105; Lo- t
thair. 108; Little Ed.. 108; Oar Birth- ?
day. 101; Lafoudre. 101; Yowell, 105; c
Air Mai., 108; Ellison. 101 a
Linicorths to Play I
Independent Nine ?
Linworth Midgets will take on the J
Independents Sunday on Diamond t
No. 9. Monument grounds, at 3
o'clock. On the following Sunday
they will travel to Georgetown and b
take on the Trinity Midgets. On j,
Saturday the Ltnworths will meet t
the Aztecs on Diamond No. ) at 1 |(
9'clock. The Unworths hare been
traveling at a fast pace all aeason. having
won thirteen games and lost
but one. J
ttltj %?. |
75 , :
Beach Suits with I
ind here they are J,
ired with contem<
ts, the extra pair is *
* you'll approve;
le before?and at
8 to 46 "stout."
Mm'? aad Couerotfo J
to make skort work of J
? : ?
" $0 50 .
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t IN PR
BUF1RK CITY. July 14.?Weather rid
Per ?r?ar olde aad up: tto Blfhai
ilUsg Pirn; $a.#r.' sdded
ten* W? Jockey
lei HswUtea 1M Srhuttlaaer In
hk 111 to to. j.
iTovrwM to iiallahaa *taek
' Daws It* Kb or 4
III ItoW 1UU PtDMIB *
ppejerkfl 103 J Mooaey
??< VO'4 Buliuiaa J
"</ MM , Coltlletll I
P ! ?' Turtor I
>rt t'kerehlll 11* Weraer 10
iw HcAtfa' |1
MU Claua IOC Carroll l]
Iprlaio IIW Nan u
Ale* llamiltoa. 3 a !, arra, 1 ta J ;~C
ih, I to a, 1 ta I: Matoaraeen, 1 to
In*. 1:10 1-i. Start food; waa haadl
ara drirlsf. Wlaaer?br.a, I, by Rwe
reet l".o?er. Tralsar. K. I'attaraoa.
Tto Carawall Purse; Ifair olda ato i
in?, 92.10-.-; alia ato aereaty yarda:
Hocae Wt 1 Jockey
aceual ||4 Millar
nrfew 92 J t'allakaa
aradrr irei celtUettl
allat Dearer II 104 J. lieoaey
X* U? C. (aaaar
to Meeaab so Ruliaiaa
'aara *7 Walla
leceest, 7 ta 5. 1 to I. l |; Csrf?
t? 5. I ta 10; Paradrr, araa. Tli
i.141 _fUrt f " ?setly; Pi
1*ls?. Wlaaar?b.h. 0. by Ballat-Caam
rulu.r. A. J. tleldatoroarh.
Tto Prlaellty SeUlaf (takee: 2year al
?re?. M.S00; 9ae and oar-half furlcMi
Haraa Wt Jockey
lira 0 100 Meoary
lesle 110 Kaaor
ilia* Alaaf 101 Caltilettl
aateral 101 Piaa.a
ad Tea 104 Carroll
Alice C. It to S. aaaa. 1 to ?: Pl?
'J ' * ??? AK?M. oat. Hi
2-9 kttrt (air; waa totoliy; pi
"Ribbed niblicks, abolished
.rest Britain, may bo barred slao
'tlT 'j!" ?"'? l>a ailed to a toakar.
rl.^7 * "" * " "??? s well.
Vitalise awajr wltk tto wrath to a laakei
Te?iaf up uM ilka a aoaeeiacb atoll
ye, to tto rar tolfkts ef Haarta |
'?? 2TS^a ,
Chile In the ravara I kaaatrH a ad fc
Seeking from heetprlats to holat ?dt
ooth waa tke blade of my alfcltrk wi
rir?t at the hall a* 1 started ta hat.
Ifter rl(kt atrokei It ?aa .tarred. rib
nnd rive a?
What sre tkry ?oi?c to do about that!
.?_** Ar*'at?a of tke title a.
The Shame or tha Cities." 0t
. popular theme, haa now given *
0 the acclaim of the cities In slsl
Pr> . ,por,'n* of the natli
only a few years iCn Bo?tnn ?
indoubtedly the Nation*! Capital
Iport. Boston won worlds aer
hamplonshlpa in 1?14, His m
From 19U to mt the Haught
larvard football machine waa mc
'lag up right, left and oblique
ulmet, of Boaton. waa open cha
Ion In 1911 and amateur golf cha
ton m 1914. No other one city U
ould lay claim to auch abound!
alent 'n so many tinea.
Today the *!ory of conquest
ecomiDr badly scattarad. Clei
?nd is still tha main baseball c?
Cf. a defending champion holdl
Philadelphia lay. Intimate ela
first series won
' by sales tea
Swampin* the Ordnance team
score Of 12 to 1, the Sales ni
inched the llrst section of I
sries In the War Department Inti
ureau League. Their standing
" tof, ot ,"> Issgue shows tht
?vn 11 wins and 3 louses, wi
rdnanoe In aeccnd plac0 with
ina and S losse*. The Air Servi
?s withdrawn from the league a
lie second section will be play
rlth Ave teams?Sales. Ordnan
Icnal Corpa. Quartermaster Ga
ral and Adjutant General. T
cheduled fames are expected
?*ln the first of next week wi
11 teams ready to make the seco
action a hotly contested one. Ma
rer Collins, of the Salea. hopes
apeat in the second series.
ohnson home; _
will fight soo
CHICAGO. July 14.?"Qee. it fei
ood to be back home."
These were Jack Johnson's fli
'ords on arriving here from Leave
forth where he sojourned for t
Tha former heavyweight chai
Ion of th* world shook hands wi
verybody within arm shot at t
spot, posed for tho movies and th
>ok a taxi for the home of ?
Johnson said "certainly" he w
olng to flght again.
* *ot half a dosen offers rig
ow." he declared.
Christ Child Cops.
Christ Child Midgets defeated t
outheaat Stars Midgets .yesterd
y a scare of 10 to J. Mulrow
Itching featured for tha wlnnei
Silver Stars Win.
The Sliver Stars defeated the Fe
ral Midgets yesterday by a sco
f to 2a
Yanks Beat Eagles.
TTie Mt. Rainier Tankees defeat
r'si^'j" y#,ten,*y by * ?
'V1 Hoapital A 0 1 3 o 0 2 n l
> ?? < * oinoooooo
"osa? Neaman. Camp Jarr?tt. Dare
ftoa, Bart. Straaga. Error*?IWkar .
fraoa. Nruman. 2: Speckt. Rtrasse. Cat
argott. Two.baao hit?Edward., Thi
lae hit?Strang., atolea hum- Ha
irrHire hlta?(lewder. Brbea. Baaea
11a?Off Rperht. 2; off Mumford. 2erbwlth.
1. Struck oat -Br Specht. R;
iimford. ; by Rorkwlth. 11. wild Dltcl
jeeht. Hlta?Off (tprrht. 9 la R lanlai
r ' -tnford. ft la S Inalajra. Hit
(chad ball?By llumford (Brbea).
Cssm toaaorrow; Pristara War'
ittl. Tor Srat pUca.
' "? I''10* Hiiitod
i?d * Detweiller... 0 I 2 0 0 0 0 0 0y<Mt
? '*?. Nooi
tt. Two-baao klta? Lorartoa. Km
awe run?Noooc. Stolen baae?MrMah<
lerlflee hit?Jett. Struck out?Ay Beam
'i V * pltek?Calhoi
lased ball?Petaraoa. Tweadalo ft).
TY RESULTS ' |
*** rrt?t?a? MiBllriy; t jmmr ol4, aid ooft.
1* Ou,?? nurr, o&Jg, ,?
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S2J ? ? *!?!?, *
iTi. IU MllWr
. n"*' T>ltrr'. 1 ?1. ( Ui. lul;
DUT!" dli'fL. _ ' ? *?*: "* wllTl
SSL^S**. ?. b? bowi
Trilwr, P. M. Bnrrh.
P"": 1-rHr old. ui u?,
T ?/ "?iV P0"e' m' " ?" ?
U: Wt Jorkt; n?
?? * "? ?! 1-tl
PWkwifk lit Eaaor S4
H<mkm? ,11 TsrB#t K
J?<*i ?? 110 - r.tor ?
>; rnOrirk Or.. I ,00 Kommer 3
Claqarr 10T C?m>il ?
r1" ? ? ?. ? ? *. ?w?: PWk
,.j wlrt. | to 3, 1 u 3; Haakrakaa. Jut.
J.| n?t. 1:M. nun faotf; w<m drl.laf; aUta
1-2 ''I", Wl.aar- b, 5. by KwMp-AhMtot
4 rrf.ad Trilwr, J. T. Blrktrdxw
* Daily pinr; !)?r oltfa; tolMli HUM;
?' (orlotota. para*. $5,012;
w. narar Wt larkc; Fta
M. i'?llto(a 114 Malt llti
.C. I'lrwxlli 110 Cltllattl 1-%
a*, hton lla Ktototod >-H
Valtatta 110 law 4
Pr??7 LtoOj 110 rami 5
Hldtaa 110 nw
" ni.ab.ll. 110 Rodrlgu.. T
i Ptepal. 110 1. Mooa.; (
7* Delhi M.M 110 Mr AIM #
riunKli Mail) 110 Zoallar 10
MarylaU Ball* 110 Taraar 11
" La ? Night 112 ralrlmrthec 12
* ( Colllaga. I ! 2. I la S. I to 8; CarJ
at*a?ta. t to S. 1 t* I; BaUan. 1 to t.
ale, Ttia.. 1:02 Curt gaad; wea prtTtaf; pUca
?. aaaaa Wlaa.r -<-k.f. by Light Brlgada
tea I IJtndo. kaaa. Tnlaar. F. U Taylor.
to Bin Tilden. the leading tennis
ln Impresario of the day.
jn Chicago oftars three rousing cheers
for Jock Hutchison British open
champion and Chick" Evans. American
amateur golf title holder.
New Tork and immediate vicinity
Is the habitat of the victorious polo
C four, who were able to win by
one %of t^ie largest margins in In**
Los Angeles (are we right?)
ia claims Chsrlle Paddock, the fastest
human being that ever rambled on
tfc? a brace of legs.
Atlanta still points to the emlhe|l
nence of Alexa Stirling, unbeaten on
this side of the Atlsntlc.
Baltimore offer* "Babe" Ruth in |
ringing rebuttal as the world's mosi j
eminent Propeller of Pellets over
And so it goes. The development
of champions is now a nstlon-wide
,c# affair, embracing most of the charta>
ed sectors, with no one sector on
n* top of the heap. Which is Just
&n ss it should be.
of There wss s day in baseball when
lie a outfielder was supposed to
chuck out a man at the plate trying
to score from third on an outon
ip" Now It takai a combination of
*y* "Red" Murray and "Dobe" Birmlngm"
ham. two of the longest distance
m- throwers in baseball annala. to work
' n the relay in as far as third bee.
ng And this doesn't include the evergrowing
fusildes that drift over the
fence into another oountry.
re- The most amazing feature attach,n.
ed to Carpentier's popularity ia that
Dg he managed to retain it even after
the tide of "Greek god" and "Or1m
ch,<1 Man" penshots had risen to a
flood. They made a noble effort to
nauseate his support, which refused
to break even under this avalanche
f AHEARN T0U~GH
n? FOE FOR BOWEN
be . ,
ir" Washington fans who are pulling
st for Young Bowen in bis battle with
m Goldie Ahearn, featherweight
th champion of the A. E. F., at ArdI
more on July 2i. can take a tip
ce j from Mike Schwarts. manager of
nd I the service star, that it's going to
td be a whale of a fight.
c#t "I know what Bowen can do,"
inl declares Schwarts, "but my boy is
>h4 a tough customer. He mill take on
t sny man ln the country, even Johnny
. Kllbane, at 121 pounds, and give a
mighty good account of himself. He
nd doesn't look very rugged, but he
n" packs a wicked punch and can abto
sorb a lot of punishment. Bowen
is going to run across the toughest
customer he has ever met."
In addition to the Bowen-Ahearn
scrap. Johnny Eggleston. the hard/V
hitting middleweight of Washington.
will clash with Big Jeff, of
f\a Baltimore, in what should be a
slam-bang mill. Both of these men
st a knockout punch, and it's
even money that the scrap doesn't
~ go the limit,
_ niTUIAL LEAGUE.
" Macs Ab H 0 A| P. off AbHOA
th Esll/.cf... 3 0 0 <VK?*ttaer.rf 5 1 0 t
he Aetos.rf.. 2 1 0 O'flirardl.Sb.. 4 0 0 9
an I'Ong.Sb... ft 2 2 1'Jacobs.sa... 4 0 10
.ia Eirby.M.. ft 0 8 2'Bmlth.r.... 4 1 15 1
JTord.'.'b .. 4 0 0 0 BaU'fer.lb. 4 2 7 0
H'tch'?oa.p 4 2 1 1 Wajae.ef.. 4 S 1 1
as Wood.If .. 2 0 0 omach aoa.lf 4 0 10
Young.If.. 110 0, MrQlnr?.2b * 0 2 *
Kt aSwss.lb... 1 0 1 OILotf tt.p... 4 3 0 2
"l B.WleT.it> 2 0 1 01
EWiley,rf 2 0 0 0|
Bowdoa.rf. 2 0 0 0|
garrer.c.. 3 0 18 1|
he Totals.. 3ft 6 27 ft! Touts.. 38 0 27 6
ay Km re by laalsfs:
?*8 Maccsbees 00200002 2?8
rn K. ?f P 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0?3
V i>??? Krtnn I^vbs (3). Kord. Hutrhiaos. |
Kartsr. Oirardi, 8ailth, Love. Error*?Kir- i
uy, Hiitcbliton, Kettner. Jacobs. IIpCIui*. I
Ballinger Two-base hit*?Long. I-orett,
uirardl. Doable play?Elrby to B. Wormsre
ley, Struck oat?By LoTett, 14; by Hotchi oa,
18. Flrat ba*? on balla?Off Ix>Tett, 4;
off Hotehlaos. 1. Balk?Batchinoa. Bit
by pitched ball?By Hutchison (MeClure).
re War 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 2 7?1*
Annex.... 23000040 1 4?12
Run*?Walsh. 4; Mackey, Rhodes. Fergusoa.
Wright. Nordftrora. 3; Andrae, 3; WaT?ng|e
est. Noose. I; Cerpley, 2; Ciahagaa, Fits~~1
geiuId, schuaaan, Rutan. Ernua?Walali. 3:
on. iimkc/, VNrlghl. Nordstrom. 3; Xewhans..
la* I "nCo??n^ '-lea* ** Vnqo* Gsnp.
hsgaa, 2; Schurmsn. Two-base klti?
rt. Rhodes. Corbley. Stolen v,
on Mackey, Wright, Aadrse, Tingle Nooae. Gi*
off Itagan. fk-uuiman, ?*?>.... ??
Yfr balls?Off Elliott, 4; off <)ahagan. 3.
i-L , Struck oat?By Elliott. B; by Oahagan. 8.
? Double plays?Waters to Walah. lilt by
h' pitcher?By (iahacan (Wright, Nordstrom).
Next game -Friday. July 15. Na?y Auditors
ys. Public Bealth.
H. imp Th.m u?>
CMil. K. NILLKR. INC.
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Ready for Tesi
Face Strong Competitioi
In Big Regatta Tomorrow.
The oarsmen of the Potomac Bo*
Club are all set for the Souther
Ratal la that la to take pLaoo to
morrow afternoon on the FaUpie
River course, Baltimore, starting a
>:) o'clock. About fifty men of th
local club are listed to take par
In' the events. The Norfolk Boa
Club and the Virginia Boat Clut
of Richmond, are sending up aevera
crews, and the Old Dominions, o
Alexandria,^ are volar to compel
la I number of event* against th
The Ariela and Arundela. of Ral
tlmore, are acting a* hosts for th
Vlaltora, and will also have entrle
In all the races. President Joh
Nolan and Vice President Wllllai
McKinney have been selected to ac
as officials from the local organ!
sation. Coach Clarence Hecox ha
had his crews out over the Potoma
River courae every day for the pa*
month and feels that they are li
tip-top shape and capable of bring
ing home several trophlea and cupi
The seniors will only be repre
sented In ona race, the gig. w.itl
Berger. bow; gupplee. No. 1; Scan
nell. No. 3; Hutterly, stroke: am
Klntx. coxswain. If there Is i
singles senior sculls event. And:
Hutterly. who won the aaaoclatloi
race at Philadelphia. July 4, wil
be entered. Kent Ashford wil
enter the intermediate singles race
Preston and Oliver in the doublet
and Kurtx, bow: Wilton. No. I; Yet
ton, N'o. 3; Duncan, stroke; am
Skeets Hayes or Shorty Klntc. cox
swain, in the Intermediate gig event
The juniors who are in the ma
Jority as member* of the club hav
Ing entries in four events. Willlan
Preston will go out to win the sin
glea scull a. and he and Oliver wil
row in tbe Junior double* as wet
as the intermediate double* race
Bodwell. bow: Calloway, No. r
Gaach. No. I; Rosinski, stroke; an<
Kintx. coxswain, will row In th<
The Junior etght-oared event i
about the class of the regatta, am
the following Potomac crew is ex
pected to bring home the bacon
Oude. bow; Carr, So. 3: F.aslry, NV
3 Chisholm, No 4; Woltx. No 5
Imlay. No. Lewi*. No. 7; Sandy
stroke; and Holme*. cox*wafn. Ove
200 watermen are expected to tak
the trip to the Monumental City.
Flrat Rare?Fort Blisn. 115 (Lyke
$19.05. $6.90. $4.10: Ima Frank 11!
(Claver). $1.50. 33.05; K.ng John
131 < Anderaon). 114.00. Time, 1:1
3-5. Kama, Uncle* Lassie, Kiix
boodle. Dimples. Ultra Gold. Top o
the Morning, Bill McCoy and Dr
Carmen al*o ran.
*+* *4 Rare?f'orenzio. 116 (Mur
Pby), 33.35. 32.30. 32.05: Lynmouth
101 (Claver). 33.50. 33.05; Koya
Gift. Ill (Parrington), 32 15. Timt
1:00 3-5. All started.
Third Race?Vice Chairman. Ill
(Grunelaen). 17.30. 35 15. 33 li, Tai
Son. 110 (Claver). ??.?S. 36.75: Ex
horter. 10> (Fields). 14.So. Time
1:M 3-5. Merrimac, Vic Munox. Joa
quina. Mi** Tetlt, Kuklux. Diomed
"Kashmir, Chow, also ran.
Foarth Rate?Dream of Allah
11? < But well). 317 15. 36 70. 33.30
Second Thought. 113 (Parrinuton)
33.30. 32.95: John Finn. 125 (Poole)
33.75. Time. 1:05 2-S. Martha Fal.
Ion. Johnny Dundee, Wolfs Cry
Bonua and Capt. Scott, also ran.
Fifth Raee? Irinh Jig. *3 (Lane)
353.35, 321.70, 311.^0: Jim Daisy, 10<
(Joalah), 37.85, 35.75: Runquoi. lOi
(Cartner), 35.35. Time. 1:45 2-5. Pon.
gee. Bunga Buck. Dark Horse. Pim
llco. Black Servant. al*o ran.
Klxth Hare Muttlkin*. 104 (Claver),
33.60. 32.70. out: Lough Storm
100 (Josiah), 34 30 out; Tallunan
111 (Morris), out. Time, 1:3? 1-5
Goldine also ran.
"event h II are?Roseate. 90 (J
Rowan). 35.70. 33-30. 3*?o Oui
Birthday. 111. (M Rowan)). 317.50
37.45; Darnley, 107 (Dryer). |3.75,
Time, 1.47 2-5. Antoinette. Kapthalius.
Alma B.. Kohinoor. Harry
O'Neal, alao ran.
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