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Ban try Takes
7 EO rr?LBT. ,
new tork. July li,?Billy Otb oa.
the Bronx magnate and mas??or
of Beany Leonard, was as
cheerful as the weather this afteraooa
at Empire City track. Billy
*? lun> that ha preseated
*PPaaranca of a man happy over
It belay 8t Bwithln's Day. The
funny part of It-was, that Gibson',
ouraful visage was oa account of
-1 . Royce Rools, winSing
the Grammatan handicap, valued
at ?}. ??. "
Xtoo the sight of Royce Roola
ffailoplag on to victory didn't chaaa
"Preaalon from Olbaon'a
Naming countenance. For
Koyoe Wools was handed the feature
?"\ platter. No other hoaa
to brave the nasty elements
and Royce Roola had a "walkover "
th* ? of th* ??on.
?*tter, Thunderclap and Ballet
t ?*?>cer accepted weights, but failed
| "P " the required time.
Despite the- appearance of Mad
I ,w ' the eatriea. Gibson waa
1 cocksure his ataadard bearer would
win and spread the clad tidings
throughout the Bronx. They oame In
droves, the paaaantry of the northern
borough, all poaseaaed of the
one feeliag that Royce Rools would
help materially to fatten bank rolls.
<?ibaon herded them Ih one part leul*r
P?t of the stand and told them
not even to get up until h? sent
the ward. Waving adieu, he skipped
aploahly for ths paddock. He faced
bl? trainer. Billy Travers. and
Gibson saw the bad news spread
all over Travera' handsome face.
"We're all alone In the dash."
"How am I going to bet?" demanded
Gibaon. "What ll I tell the
gang I brought from the Bronx V
."Tell >m it'a St. Swithin's Day
and It'a going to rain for forty days
wore." sung out Travers, as he
plodded through the mud.
Gibson toddled back to his coterie
of friends and started to explain.
"Don't we even get our money back
for our ticket?" Inquired one of the
Respondents. "Get it' right at the
gate." explained Gibson, as he faded
through the mist. And that's the
real story of how Royce Rools won
TUZLLS OF TUTTICPH.
Osee oa 1 tlm? when I was young,
A ad that waa kardlj yeaterday.
My serraa woaM often |ft unstrung
Before the teat of aome keen fray.
Toe. oft I broodod la ay yeetk
Upon 017 ekaaee for thia or that.
of soakiac homers like a Bath
Or walioplaf some Deapeej flat.
I dreamed of la a re Is oa my brow.
Bot siaee I'to found witk truer sifkt.
How little laarei matter* now
.Ceaapared to aleopftaf well at afckt.
^'Babe" Adams was a world series
h%ro twelve years ago and it has
j&t occurred to him that he could
utffe his share of another W. S. pitt^ice
by way of variety. "Red"
Ames waited from 1905 to 1911 to
cljileot the loser's end both times,
hjjt if th? buoyant Pirates reach
the haven this fall Adams will be
uj^disputed holder of at least one
rapord. officially known as the Long
J Del mm4 the Meters Ball.
'How far," queries a reader.
Ed Dalehanty have hammsred
one of theae modern lively
A?tls that keep outfielders against
tfc fence and inflelders standing on
*We have no way of presenting
a% exact anawer. but against the
combination of "Larruping Del" and
(h now ball, ff we were a third
baseman. *t would think at least
sjl extra moment before edging In
uSbn the grass to be set for a bunt.
3>elehanty and Lowe both struck
om four home runs In a game with
a?Heas resilient ball, where home
rups were far scarcer than they
*5 today. So there is at least ons
09-fashioned record, even with betammualtion.
for modern snipers
ttf shoot at during the next week
"Only think of old Fit*." a light
fans writes, "with hands as big and
as tough as Dempsey's are." Well
be glad to. But why not pass the
same thought along to Jim Jeffries?
James would get an even
Quicker reaction from the appeal.
" be sad Distance.
Many long hitters, both In baseball
and In golf, are content to enPloy
This is especially true of golf.
.But it so happens that "Babe"
~>!n "fty-two-ounce bat,
Willie Abe Mitchell revolves a seven.
Men-ounce driver and brassie.
?n>ere the normal bat is around
fdrty ounces and the normal driver
la not above fourteen. And "Babe""
ahd Abe are both record holders.
strength is needed
handle a heavy weapon with
?L,~. T*X Riekard. world s
e boxing promoter, put in a
B? the Lew Tendler^moter
the match for August 12.
-Wnard has agreed to make 1JS
?ounda at I o'clock and will receive
rSePeL,?*nt V *ro"
and th% top
Freed man. local Mghtwelsht,
"n^?und <?r?? Wth Pete
.. Ui ?r.Sl . ? York- received
ightinV^hTiif" "r? of hl?
tTv afou^J ?y- *1* ha* d#cld?<> to
M?y d"? N*W Y?rk f?r "" ???
Ick J: AfUr seeing htm
V^"1 be successful
tW match with Lyacfc. "
foxing la 8t. Louis i. _
Monday. ?h.n.A? ^ r?"
< /oar bouts will u nZZ?
se.auspices of the 8t. Lou^Tltil ^?'
a "walk-over" oa 8t. Swithln'a Day
in the city of Toakera.
There wag a revival of aad memowhen
Sleiveconard came awinging
down the aoft coarae with the
opening: eurpriae by- alx lengths
Sleiveconard vaa auppoaed to be a
flyer the Ane afternoon that Sideral
battered the lay ere. Sleiveconard
ran far below his proper form in
that event, but In thia scramble he
waa feel In* kindly, eo all the snar*.
players wagera on him from 3 to 1
to 3 to 1.
Despite the wet courae and heavy
rain, fifteen skates lined up in the
second race. The talent selected
Turnabout as the one to turn tha
trick, and their Judgment waa correct.
Fator. who rode on the Captain*
a neck, ateered a clear courae
with Turnabout. Once he atarted
sailing. Turnabout aplaahed his
companiona with plenty of mud. He
turned about ten lengths in frpnt
aa he headed for the line Fator
eaaed him up. The wise alecka got
11 to 5 for their tickets.
"Father Bill" Daly tried to shoot
his grand charger. Rockport. over
the line in the Rockland puree, and
came cloae to doing the atunt; that
la. he came within a length and a
half. It brought back recollections
of olden days to aee a Daly hoss i
opened up to 3 to 1. This Is what I
| Rockport did. but he climbed the
thermometer until he reached 7 to 1.
Ban try was the sweet patootle.
backed from 2 to 1 to 3 to 2. and
Bantry was the one that took thw
joy out of Bill Daly's life. '
When Sea Sinner slid past the
judges' stand four lengths ahead of
Biff Bang, the majority of folks
imagined they were atanding np the
banks of the Hudson watching: the
Poughkeepaie regatta. They could
hardly believe their eyes, which
told them they were watching: a
The betting: indicated that S?a
Sinner was a well-meant hoss. He
opened at 3 to 2. but at post time
the alert players were grabbing
even money with great confidence."
Biff Banc opened favorite at even
money, but none gave him a rumble,
and he died at 11 to 10. Sea Sinner
got the bust and breesed. Biff Bank
got off well, but displayed little animation.
And there yo*i are.
speed and rhythm, with the timing:
left intact through the process of
a crashing blow. Bob McDonald, the
big Scot, who is one of the longest
drivers in America, uses a light
club. He could undoubtedly get even
greater distance with a heavier
club, but his direction would suffer.
The marvel of Mitchell is that he
can manipulate such a heavy
weapon and still retain his accuracy
and look of ease.
He must have enough strength In
his Angers, wrists and forearms to
twist the head off a rhinoceros,
which by many ia considered the
"The ambition of a number of golf
cluba ia to have at leaat -'00 bunkers."
Manufacturers of niblicks will
kindly take note of this announcement
and install an overtime force.
And those who are annoyed by
strong language are warned to keep
KZTISED AGAIN *
Said Big Ab* Mitchell to Big "Babe" Both. 1
"We'll *mash all records, and that's tbe I
"One of os will, bat I don't know which 11."
Said Big "Babe" Ruth to Big Abe Mitchell
The job of piloting another pos- j
slble or probable pennant winner
has worked upon Trla Speaker's
nerves to auch an extent that he has
extreme difficulty in batting around
.4UK. The poor fe'-ow mut be in a
trance every time he reels up to the
"Wlllard is the Arst former champion
who has shown no great inclination
to seek a return match.
Wlllard is also the Arst former
champion for whom a return match
meant an afternoon or evening in
easy range of Dempsey's Asts.
(Oeyyright. 1M1. Itw Terk Tribaae. U?.)
Johnny Wilson Decisively
Trims Colored Challenger
in 10 Rounds.
BOSTON. July IS. ?Johnny Wilson,
middleweight champion, conceded
three and one-hale pounds 'to
George Robinson, the colored whirlwind
of Cambridge, and whipped
him decisively In ten rounds at 'the
new arena here tonight
The champion took eight of the
scheduled ten rounds, with one
round, the first, going to the challenger.
and one round being even.
The biggest crowd that has attended
? flght In this city In years Jammed
into the arena.
At the tap of the gong. In the
flrst round. Robinson started in like
a streak, apparently Intent on winning
the flght in the initial session
His going waa very vigorous, and
the champlvn was forced to take
second place In the flrst. Robinson
| landed the best blow of the flght
in this round, almost flooring "be
champion with a stinging right to
the head which obviously bothered
I Wilson weathered the storm, however.
and at the start of the second
round began coming strong. Using
a left a lot* Wilson occaaionally
slammed in a stiff right uppercut
to be followed almost invariably
with a heavy left to the body, which
had Robinson Mr distress. Wilson's
left uppercut. mixed occasionally
with his right, had the challenger
guessing, and dodging throughout
much of the distance. In the later
rounds Robinson fought desperately.
and la the ninth almost took
the honors. The tenth was another
session of hot in-flghttng. and at the
gong both men were going fast and
Lightning Kids Challenge.
The Lightning Midgets* challenge
any 11 year-old teams in the District.
Addreas Bernard Randolph.
IMS Pennsylvania avenue southeast.
Virginia Arenae Wins.
The VlrgthU Avenue Juniors deJuniors
by a acor# of it to I.
Win 2-Man Team
Honors at Traps
Local Gunners, Representing
Maryland, Take the
From Big Field at Baltimore.
BALTIMORE, Md.. July 13.?Representing
Maryland. R. D. Morgan
and C. C. Fawsett today won (he
Eastern two-man team championship
from a big field at the openlns
or the fourth annual titular trapshooting
tournament at the Oriole
Each shattering 14k of a possible
ISO targets, the pair turned In a
total of 2*0 and beat out by two
points the Delaware team, composed
of, Gene DfiPont and L. D. Willis.
DuPont brought down 144 of the
little clay saucers, while Willis' effort
was 142. Two Pennsylvania
teams finished In a tie fur third
honors, each having a total of III.
They were Newcomb and Fontaine
and Stewart and Martin.
Johnny Martin, hailing from Harrisburg.
Pa., ran off with the Eastern
doubles title with a splendid
score of 44. E. M. Daniels, of Vltginia.
smashed 4J of the possible
50 and finished second, while C. C.
Fawsett. of Maryland, was third
j with 41.
An exciting battle for high individual
honors among the amateurs
went on all day among E. M. Daniels.
of Lynchburg, Va.; J. CI. Martin,
of Harrlsburg. Pa., and L D. Willis,
of Wilmington, Del., with the three
finally finishing In a deadlock. Each
turned In the remarkable clever
score of 144 out of a possible 150.
Maryland came In for additional
honors when H. L Worthlngton. of
.this city, showed the way to the
"professionals, dropping only a single
target In the 150-blrd race.
George N. Fish, of Salisbury, with
147. was second, and L. 8. Gorman,
of Virginia, with 145, third.
First !Ui?^?Purse #1.200; claiming;
2-year-old*: Ave .furlonrs: Joe
Campbell. 1*4; Star Time. 104; Ashland.
107; Lina. 107; Fannie Bean.
107; Stamp. 105; William Oldt. 107;
Dorius. 107; Proclamation. 110; Coloussue.
113; Leochares II. US:
Troubler. 115; Blossom House. 107;
Mabel Curtis. 110.
Race Purse $1,200; claimins:
3-year-olds and up; six furlong":
Nurse Jane. 99; *The BagEagre.
99; Ban Jackson. 104: Amackassin.
104; *The Nephew, 109;
Ruvoco. 109; Osgood. 109; Klrah,
110; The Belgian II. 112; Coraoran.
113. El Mahdl. 115; Hereafter. 115;
O. Lester. 112; Broadview. 94.
Third Race?Purse $1,200; allowances;
3-year-olds; six furlongs:
Auntie May, 105; Adonis. 107; Hildur,
110; By Jiminy. 113; Last One.
113: Dark Horse. 115.
Favrtli Rare Purse $5,000 added;
Canadian Handicap; foaled in
Canada; 3-year-olds and up; mile
and eighth: Witch Flower. 104;
Antiphon. 105; Woodbine, 105: Sir
Clarence, 107; Ajom. 112: Yorkist.
114; Salvo. 115; Dellahm. 116;
Algonquin, 116; aChief Sponsor, 103;
aSt. Paul. 117.
aBrenner Giddlngs entry.
Fifth Rare?Purse- $2,000: Windsor
Handicap; 3-year-olds and up;
mile rfnd sixteenth: Petrarch. 92;
Irish Flag. 96; Daydue. 97; Brilliant
Jester. 100; King Thrush, 107;
My Dear. 112.
Sixth Race?Purse $1,200: claiming:
3-year-olds and up; mile and
sixteenth: I^ady Lillian. 95; Be
Sure. 100^ Goldine. 100; Water Willow.
104; Golden Dawn, 105; Gain
de Cause. 105: Master Bill. 107;
Murray. 109; Dr. Rae. Ill; Madge
Jr.. 112: Grace, 112; Brisk. 114; Ku
Sereatk Rare ? Purse $1,200;
claiming: 3-year-olds and up: mile
and a sixteenth: Louise Wynne.
96; Old Faithful. 98; Thunderbird.
103; Richard V.. 108: Old McKenna,
108; Walter Turnbow, 113; Omer K.,
98; John Arbor. 98; Refugee, 103:
Iron Boy. 108: Our Birthday, ill;:
Little Sandy. 116; Nonskid, 98; Nina
'Apprentice allowance claimed.*
Weather clear; truck fast.
Flrat Race Power Face, Hi
(McTaagart). 43 .40, 22.85, 11.00;
Bumpety Bumps 112 (Rowan), 7.55,
4.00: Forestall, 112 (Burke). 1.15.
Time, 1:0(2-5. Also ran: Pepper
Grass, Nellie Lemon. Grace Foster,
Miss Frauland. Mocking Bird, riunella
9e??ad Raee?Flame, 102 (Rowan),
9.40, 4.55, '8.55; Mallowmot,
104 (McDermott), 4.45, 2.55; Statlm.
07 < Huntomer), 6.10. Time, 1:52 4-5.
.Also ran: Viola G.. Blarney Boy,
Anmut and Crown of Gold.
Tbfrd ltaee?James B. Brown, lid
(Lilly), 16.00, 6.80, 4.05; Marble, lit
(Gruniesen), 4.60. 2.20; Tom Cassidy,
110 (MOrrls), 4.?0. Time,
1:04 4-5. Also ran: Saddle and
Boots, and Top Mast.
Foarth Raee Rond, 102 (Pollard),
26.65, 9.05, 5.20; Lady Longfellow.
148 (Denny), 7.20, 4.45: Sea
Way, 105 (Marinelll), 3.85. Time,
1:54 1-5. Scratched: Dotta's Best
Fifth Raee?Dodge. 114 (Burke).
2.75. 3.20. 2.55: Tlppo Sahib, 101
(Schwartz), $.00 4.20: Registrar.
103 (Grunison), 3.20. Time. 1:40 2-5.
Also ran: Alvan T. Hert, Blowing
Rubbles, Smart Guy, Traymore and
Math Raee ? Accelerate. 109
(Pool), 9.20, 5.25, 4.00: Pastoral
8waln. 114 (Lyke), 3.75. 2.10; Mince
Cat. Ill (Butwell), 4.56. Time.
1:44 2-5. Also ran: Prunes. Some
Raby, Tantalus, Oommi CI. Murray,
Apha and The Wit.
SeTeatb Rare Pieree Efeu. 105
(McTaggart), 14.25, 6.05, 4.50; Lothario.
108 (Mooney), *.20, 3.$*: La
Foudre. 103 (H. Burke),- 5.00. Time,
1:52 3-5. Also ran: King Trojan',
Kohinoor, Frank Shannon. KlngIlng1
II, Airman, Peerless One, Little
Ed. Ellison and Our Birthday.
Minor League Result*.
Losiarflle. 1: Milwaukee, 2.
Toled*.. 4; Minneapolis 11.
OotiuBbaft. ft; St. Psal. t.
Indiana pot Ik, 0; Kanxan City, 7. *
IVTER.II A^IONAX LEAGUE.
Newark. 2; Toronto. i. *
Jerae? City, S; Buffalo. 7.
Baltimore. ; Sjrsruae. .V
Bead inf. 0; Rochester, It.
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low Hrl.ail- in >*tor J-4
C'riial. IK Millar ?
a It (ion M (X>U?CU 5
K.,l,erw..rd. 1 <? I. ? to ? J ? ; * ?
ftrlfad.. to ?. 1 to *; Mta.lofc.i7,
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puc* nw. Wl.Mr b.c. ?. bJ <*'
rugb?Dasoa??nt. Oinfl, J. lssford. TWIaer,
P. JI. B.irch.
IWJtrr.a. P?r-?: wlllnf-. ?-70*r-?U? and ,
up: about all forlon*?.
Hirv. Wt. Jock??. ft?.
Turaakuut 1U? Tstoc l-?
I'elUc U>< 1"> fnltll?ttl J-%
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t: loomr Una 1?3 Bullous 4
Marklaa Uaaarr W-t Weiuer i
roam - Hi , Moooe? J
UojH Gaorfc 1W 1'ou.*
CarlU* f. 1<? ItaWn *
Man.laliy 111 Obert ?
Frlppef. US Hwirt 10
Wcdfowoef 0" OolUasi 11
Grauor Ut 1?S ilc.lre. U!
Fiona ia 104 W rthftvk 13
War Map 11" 14
Y?ooumette m Y.itrfln IS |
Turnabout, II to 1. a*??. 1 ? 1; t'.itle
I.aaa. ? to 1. I to 1; P. T, llaraUB, orra.
Tlm?. 1:11*4. ptsrt food: woa ea.ll/;
Trackman's Selections. ;
AT KM PIKE CITIT.
First lUrr ? rhlllarla. Tifttr,
Secoad Rare?Diuei, Krtwer, De- ,
Third JUff ? Kal-SiBg, i.|ttle
Fourth Rice? Kaobble, CMfcr
Demon, KHr<l>f Blood.
Fifth Have? llaakla, The Laaih,
Dae De Mora/.
Sixth Ilaee-?Cloaah-Jordaa, Re.
tralat, Fifty Fifty.
AT WINDSOR. j
Flmt Race Faaale Beaa, Leoeharea
Seeoad Race ? Hereafter, The Dagraae,
| Third Rare Hlldar, Aaatle May,
! Foarth Rare?Sir Clare ace. Glddlagi
eatry. Witch Flower.
Fifth Race ? My Dear, Klaa
Sixth Rare Madge F., Grace,
Heveath Race?Oater K., Walter
| Tarahow, Oar Birthday.
| In Scandal Trial;
| To Start Monday
j Attorneys for State and
Defense Clash Over
Case May Last for a
CHICAGO, July lft.?A Jury ?m
secured late thig afternoon to try
the seven former White Sox players
and four other alleged conspirators
in connection with the world series
of 1919 in which Cincinnati defeated
the Chicago team. Nearly two weeks
were occupied in examining almost
00 veniremen. The hearing of evidence
will begin Monday after arguments
to the Jury.
Private detectives, working In the
corridors outside the court room,
came in for attention today. Attorneys
for both sides admitted the detectives
were there, but each side
refused to *?dmit employing them.
The matter came out when one of
the attorney* for the State asked a
"Would the fact that there are detectives
out in the corridor working
for the defendants.^influence you?"
"They are Pinkerton men. workMng
for the State." shouted Attorney
Nash for the defense.
"They don't belong to us." retorted
Attorney Gorman. "We didn't
get any in time. We should have
had them before the 1919 series."
I Among the witnesses who will be
in court on Monday are George M.
Cohan, Muggsy MoGraw, Charles
Comiskey, sr.. Ban B. Johnson, Kid
Gleason and the entire Cincinnati
Red team. It is expected the actual
trial will last three to four weeks.
Empire City Entries.
First Ian?For 3-year-olds and
up; The Brookland Purse; claiming;
mile and a sixteenth: Watcher,
88; Episode, 103;.Mountain Dew. *1;
Tan II, 112; Tufter, 110; Black
Thong, lot; Phalarls, 121; Current
Events, 87; Incinerator, 107; Alda
McGee, ?1; Old Dad, 105; Lucky
Find, 107; Hello Plrdner, 106; Sunrose,
?7; Pansy, 101; Pibroch. 100;
L'Enjoleur, 105; Frederick the
"eeaa* Rare?For 3-ye4r-olds and
up; handicap: about six furlongs:
Luculllte, 133; Despair, 108 Dunsandel.
100; Biases. 11?; Dominique.
133; St. Allen, 100; His Choice, 102;
Krewer, 12?; Esquire, *3; Dfy Moon.
Third Raee?For 2-year-olds; The
Whirl Stakes of J7.600; five and a
half furlongs: Draft, 112; Runstar
114; Nancy F., 116; Yankee Star
lit; Oil Man, 112; Flannel Shirt,
112; Kai Sang, ll?; dough Jordan.
112; Phlloaopher. 112; Penitent. imQuesada.
112; Little Chief. U?; June
Graas. Ill; Sedge. 112?Sidereal, 114
Faartfe Rare ? For 3-year-olda;
The Empire City Derby: *6.00(1
added; mile and a quarter?Grey
Lag. 124; Copper Demon. 110; Knobble,
127; Sporting Blood, 110.
Fifth Rare?For 3-year-olds and
up; selling; The Sinclair Purse- mile
and seventy yards:Penelope. 106Houyhnhnm.
102; Dark Hill 101Flibberty
Gibbet. 113 Due de iforny'
?*; Mumbo Jumbo, 112: Herd Girl
'OS: Knight of the Heather, ?7Ramkin,
S7; American Boy, lisPhalaris.
110; Jock Scot, 116; Crack
o Dawn. 102; The Lamb. 110.
***** Raee ? For 2-year-oldsmaidens:
The Honeysuckle Purse'
?.Vr ind * half furtongs: Draft!
112; Twenty-seventh Division. U2g LU*t.Th?
Comber- "2: June
,.7*' Aw"'n*. 1": Flfty-flfty,
112. KeHoi. 109; B&rrlskane. 112:
Ray Jay, 11*; Rib Grass. 112; NewOrleans,
112; Wild Deuce, 112Restraint,
10?^ dough Jordan, ill
U2 *r' 1I,; Gr?enwlch Village.
Weather cloudy; track floppy.
Three Left in K. C. League
, T'I'1Knl?ht? Of Columbua League
Is still plugging along, though but
three teams remain In the circuit.
and ,8p",d'n* councils have
dropped out. The league Is now
-laglng three games a week, on
i Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays.
8 Potomac Club
In Regatta Today
Local* Have Entries in All
Events of Bif Southern i
Regatta in Baltimore. '
Alexandrians Also to
Membera and oarsmen of the Potomac
Tloat Club will eatraln this
morning at Union Station at 1:2i
for Baltimore. the crews will
race In th? Southern regatta over
th? Patapsco River eourae starting
at 1 o'clock.
President John Nolan. Coach riaretoce
Heco*. Vlea President William'
McKlnney and over tM enthuslaetlfollowers
of the rowing game will i
accompany the Potomac*. The |
sheila are betnr shipped early thl* j
morning by express In charge of
William Ttromley. dub caretaker.
The Potomaca here entries In all
the event* Including. a i"n!or end
Intermediate slnrle* s-nll*. Junior
and Intermediate doubles. Jtmlor
Intermediate and senior *1*. and
the e'rht-oered Junior race The '
Old Dominions of Alexandria are
alao entered In. the re-atta end exn?ct
to rtva the local oarsmen a
hard flrht for flret honor* The
other cluba belonging to the association
who have entered their
crews are the Arlela and Arundel*,
of Baltimore; the VI rgl n' a Boat
Cltih. of P.lchmond. and the Norfolk
Peerless Plays C. C.'s Todav.
The Peerless A. C. will face the
Christ Child nine 'at !:M today. Tomorrow
tl^e Peerless team will meet
Tndlanhead on the letter's ground*.
All Peerless playera are requested
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