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BUNTING WINS 'CURTAIN* FEATURE AT GRAW-NAVY CREWS BEAT MASS. TECH
Trantula Is Only Public
Choice in Front on
Closing Day.
By HAWTHORNE.
HAVRE DE GRACE. April ??.?
Racing 'luck" entered Into and
playa prominent part in the
running of the I5.000 Chesapeake
?takes at Havre de Grace this aft
ernoon. which was won by Harry
Payne Whitney's three-year-old colt
Bunting. In fact, there are still
many hold to the belief that had
It not been for an imperfect stirrup
ring, the Lexington stable s Lucky
Hour would have been returned the
winner.
The list of overnight nominations
for the closing day's feature com
prised the names of but five Lucky
Hour. Miaionary, Sidereal. Bunting
and Superlative. Missionary was ol
necessity scratched out of the event
on account of having contested in
the Century Handicap, while Slder
eal was excused through the fact
that he had developed a cough dur
ing the early hours of the morning.
With but three leit. R. 1 Miller's
Sailing Along was declared eligible
as an added starter at the last min
ute and the quartet went to th<>
barrier with the. Lexington entry
an odds-on-choice over the field.
BsstiM Breaks on Top.
At the rise of the webbing Bunt
ing was the first to show on top,
closely pursued by Sailing Along,
laicky Hour and Superlative in the
order named. As the field ewung
Into the backstretch It was notice
able that Schuttinger. astride Lucky
Hour, was repeatedly taking his
mount up and as the three-quarter
pole was reached the son of Hour*
lass-Lucky Catch was running last.
On the far turn It was also no
ticeable that Lucky Hour was re
peatedly blocked when trying to
get through on the inside to the
leader. Straightened out in the
home-stretch Schuttinger still held
to the pole with no possible chance
of getting through. As they passed
the line Bunting was out in front
by three-quarters of a length ahead
of Lucky Hour, with Superlative
but a half lengtft to the rear of the
Lexington utable's Preakness can
didate.
Schuttinger was subjected to a
line Taxiing" by the crowd upon
his return to the. unsaddling ring
The criticism was entirely unjusti
fied tor the reason that at the start
the saddle ring of his stirrup had
slipped and at no time during the
running was he able to replace his
foot in the stirrup.
W ianer >ever Kxtended.
While it is true that Bunting
was never fully extended to win.
the alow time in which the Journey
was negotiated makes it hlghl>
probable that had Schuttinger been
able to do his mount Justice there
may have been an entirely differ
ent story to tell. But Lucky Hour
was the victim of only one of the
thousand and one things which go
to make and break winners.
A ragged start marred the run
ring of the secondary feature on
the program?the Century Handicap
and it probably cost George W.
Foreman's Super the race. After
considerable delay at the barrier,
due . ntirely to the fractiousnes or
Bunga Buck, the field was dis
patched in Indian file, with the
Dattner silk bearer breaking on
top as the result of a running start
before the webbing was sprung.
Kunga Buck's unruly disposition
irade it necessary that a twitch be
used and as one of Starter Milton s
assistants was leading the cut-up i
to the barrier he got Buck away to |
a flying start. It was just this
margin that told In the ultimate re- I
eult.
Super, a notoriously slow breaker, j
was shuffled back at tho rise of the
gate, but once straightened out on
the backstretch moved up with a
determination that won the admir
ation of the large crowd. Straigh
tened out for the final drive, after
rounding the far turn. Lang astride
Bunga Buck, went to the whip in
order to hold his advantage over
the Foreman entry.
Banga Huek Win? By Nose.
Thomas, likewise, went to work
upon the son of Superman and with
every stride was cutting the lead
er's advantage down. As the pair
flashed past the judges' pagoda
there were many who thought
Super had won the decision, but the
placing Judges ruled otherwise.
Bung i Buck had been awarded the
victory ty the scant margin of a
nose.
Favorites as usual meant noth
ing. No matter wljat the form play
ers settled upon as the good thing
In a race. Just as surely was that
one force.1 to bow to defeat. J. R.
Skinker's Trantula proved the one
exception of the afternoon. Out
breaking his field the Washington
owned spric.ter went to the front
and was never seriously threatened.
Little "Chick" lang added to his
ever growing popularity and also
went a long way In dispelling the
belief that his Bowie riding was
only a flash in the pan. Lang
scored with no less than three of
the seven winner? In the. opening !
number he piloted L'Effare home
first ahead of a rather bulky field '
and came right back in the second
with Trantula He completed the
triple by rid.Bg Bunga Buck to
victory.
R. R. Y. M. C. A. LEAGrE.
Soothern Ah II OA- R. M C. AbHOA
Kirklaad.lf 3 2 1 0{ Ford. 2b SOS 1
Hlll.lb.... 5 1 a 1 Shaffer.r. . S 15 2
Barah'dt.** 5 3 3 2,Rnrro'ch*.lf 3 14 0
Hatch! n. lb 4 J 10 0IWard.3b. .. 10 13,
Ball.2b 3 3 1 liShulte.cf... 0 0 0
Bocksr.rf.. 4 10 Ojlfyera.cf... 10 10
Weooola.rf. 0 0 0 OfWort'n.im-p. 1.0 1 0
Malrw.rf. . 1 2 0 0- Ho'der.rf.. . 2 0 10
Folder.ef.. 1 0 0 OjLane.as 3 0 0 1
Welch.c... 5 14 1| Holme*. 1 b.. 114 1
Howder.c.. t 0 2 0 Rran.p 3 0 0 2
Thorn p?oa.p 4 2 0 1,
Kearney.p. 2 ? 0 1
Totals. - 41 20 21 12 Total*. . 2\ 3*20 10
* Kirfctai?d uut rua oat of liar.
Score by tnnin?a:
Southern 702 411 0?21
R?j. Mail fleck*. - ? ?? 011 a? 2
Kua* k irklsad <21. H1U <1>. Barahardt
(3). Hutrhiaon ?.?>. Ball (4). Becker (1).
Muiroo <11. Wok* 41). Thompson. Shaffer.
Ward. Error* ? Burroughs. Shulte. Lane
12). Ho'mm. Ryan Three-baae hit* ?
Hatchfesa, Ball. Jinlroe. Thompson. Two
bo** hit*--Ball l2?. Welch. Burroughs. Sac
rlSco hit?kirk la ad Doable play?Welch to
Barahardt Struck oat?By Thompaoa. 4;
by Kearney. 2; by Rya*. 1: by Wcrthea. ?.
First ba*e ?a ball-?Off Thornp*oo. 1; off
Rye* 1; <>ff Worthea. d Stolen bases?
Kirk la ad (21. Barahardt (1). Hutchlaaa.
Barker. Wftlroe. Welch (2) HoMec.
How They Ran at Havre de Grace
- . ? !
??????
'* THIRTEENTH DAY. APRIL ?*, i9:a.
Weather Clear; Track Fast.
IRQ UK RACK??lz furl*Q(m. Fur*. ?1,200.M. Tor S-7Mr-oMa ?d
lag Start food: *oa Milly; placo driving Went to post at 2:99; off at
2:4ft. Wlaaer?Ch.g. 6. by Aa P'AW lw>>taww. Trained by D. Knra?y. Value
to winner. $909.28; aecond. $200; thlt*. $100.. Time. 0:28 1-5. 0:47 2-5. 1:113-5.
**
lou,
3?
7*
lUrtm
L'Effare
?4 Arrah Go On...
144 ? franc Tlreur .
12T Fllbbertygibbet
141 *9*9%
15ft Mum ho Jumbo .
148 Wr*rk?r
100 Lackj Olrl ....
141* Jaffo
lftft 'Protestor
141 A lei. Hamilton
lftft 'War Map ....
140 'troidea Chaace
141 'Perbapa
114 'Dairy ma a _
?Hold. Tw*-4ollnr at s toe la pold?L'Bftare
Wt. Poet SI.
1M 8 4
8
It
1
6
12
11
7
9
2
15
18
4
5
14
1
1
1
1
1
1
107
107
102
112
112
112
107
2
8
?
8
1
7
8
?
14
11
18
10
12
18
X
4'
ft*
8?
**
?*
?? 7?
12* 10*
?tr.
2*
1H
4'
T?*
?>
?*
?*
fia
10"
11* 11*
13*
?*
14?
12*
1ft
12'
14*
IS1
lft
ft?*
8>
TH
8'
9'
10*
if*
12*
13*
14*
lft
Jockeys
. "'J?0 iww-aoiiar mn fuels paid?I.Effare. 12.70. 7.HO, 4.20; Arrah Oo Oa ft SO
But wall
Stlrllag
Merimee
Wallace
Johoaos
T. Bice
Thorn at
B. Bice
Oantner
Orecory
Rowan
Morrla
Mariaelll
Chalmera
Arrah Oo Oa. B.ftO,
Straight
3 8ft
8.68
8.88
8.80
20.10
17.80
6.05
80.43
8.70
1*0.80
.?. J r~ ?V " *** i?a<wmaaer until straightened out Is home
?tretcfa ohm k. no.* upi.toiitlj .od .mJIjf <u,p....d of oppMltlo.. Arr.h Go On ?l
??? furlong* Fr.no Tlirnr Juit l.itrd lou
Fllbbertygibbet 1 raah. Scratched nn?,. r. 1. t
f..? ?rlj par. but miopia ,ri.r lolnf i? furlonj. mar Tli?ur luit In
'? ???? It rilbt?ftytU>b?f. n,.h. Hcr.tcK.J -MI.. JI.,o, r"r
170
?:1?.
SECOND RACK?*li furlo... Purw $1,200 28. For 3-r?.r old. .od up; claim
*'?" """ *????: pl?r? (Wrliit. w?t to po.t >t S:14; off >t
WlMW ?.?.4. by l.t?l. ?rd. Tr.l??l hjr W A. Bortt~-h.il.
w-" "">???? i' *. oj iraanraai?tiamia arO.
Value to wlnser. $?oo.28: second. 8300| third. 8100.
fntox starters
127? Traatsla
148 Panaman
?ft Perlgourdlne
184* Little Black Sheep
55? Satasa
148 Baluatrade
114 'Oaai. Elahmann
35 'Dr. Chaa. Wella..
Thlaca
14M TrouMer
7S Capera
?? 'Artful Dodger . .
Tacle'a lassie
Wt. Poet St.
118 0 2
118 8 4
102 8 3
*
ft'
H
1'*
Time. 0:28 1-ft. 0:47 1-5.
Ft
i?
r??
8?
4*
118
110
111
107
104
102
107
10ft
10
8 11
12 12
7*
IP
10*
Oft 7 6 2*
102 2 ft 8k 4?
4 ? 8* 7?
11 s s* s*
10? 10>
11? 11=
S* ?'
ft 7 7* M* ?
13 18 13 12 12
10 1 12* Palled np
? Two^doll.r mutu.1. p.ld?TntntuU. ?.*). S.20, ?.*>; P.n.a.., 4.1* *S^,?
P.rttoordlo.. *40 Trantola outran hi. (1-1,1 from tl... .t.rt nnd dr.? awa, I.? f?,.'
dr?f. ti'Ti If". fu.r ' outf.mwl Mttl. Bl.rk Kh.rp In Hn.l
? lnn^oL, Klrih "" I,al!e4 "? roun,Un? 8cr.t*h?d
Jockeya
I.ang ....
Turaer ..
81 * Thom a i .
( lia 1 me re
Marta ...
Stirling .
71* Johnaon
8* Haatner .
B. Bice .
tlregory .
Hammond
Tryon ...
ltowan
4*
r?*?
8*
10*
II**
12
jja i-.v
straight
2.40
4.IS
. 88.5ft
. 11.10
. 20.85
. 2.05
. 17.45
1HO.OO
37 55
1 n-% THIRD BACK?Sli furloaga. Purse. $l.r<00.28. For 3 year-olda; Pacl?c Hasdl
rap. Start good; won drlrlng; place name. Went to poet at 3:48; off at
3:40. Winner-Ch.g. 4. by Vtilrain?Boee of Pink. Trained by J. P. Smith. Value
to winner. 81.000.28; aecond. 8800; third. $130; fourth. 830. Time. 0:23 1-ft. 0:46 4-3.
1:12 3-ft.
Str. Fin.
Index Startera
M Merrnry
137* Mj Play
131 Wellfintor
? UminM ...
124 Ijidy Meaee
Wt. Post St.
108 4 3
100 2 ft
101 ft 1
103 3 2
100 1 4
Jorkeja
Rowan ...
Boblnnon .
Wallace .
lang
Thomaa
5 ft Thomaa 3ft.fi
K 0.8O. 4.80; U? Play. 2.00,~2.30; ~WelI
Straight
18.25
.83
5.05
2.8ft
33.5ft
Two-dollar mutuela paid?Mercury. 38.30. B.80. 4 30; Mj* Play. 2.90. 2.80; Wall
flntor, 3.00. Mercurr fon*ed a faat pace and drew away l.nat furlong. My Play. In
hand ontll rounding far turn, where he wai taken to outside. He outlasted Wellflnder
I In final drlre. Meaainea tired after going Ave furlong*. l.ady Meare flnlahed atout y
and waa going the xtrongeat at end. Scratched?Silver, Sailing y.. MUalonary.
1 n<\ FOl'BTH BACK?Mile and aeventy yard*. Purae, $2,000.28. For 3-year-olda
nnrl np; Ceatury Handicap. 8tart fair; won driving; place eaally. Went
to poet at 4:19; off at 4:24. Winner?Ch.c. 4. by Vnlcain?Mary Orr. Trained
H Davenport Value winner. $1,890.28; aecond. $400; third. $200; fourth. $100.
0:24 4-3. 0:4M 4-ft. 1:14. 1:40 2-3. 1:44 1-ft.
Trained by J.
Time,
Index starters
131* Bunga Buck
13HJ Super
(143) Mlaftlonary .
160- Bygone Daya
1HO Slippery Elm
Wt. Post St. *
116 ft 1 1<
100 1 ft 4h
107 2 2 2*
10S 4 3 ft
108 3 4 8*
Str.
1**
Fis.
la
2*
Jorkeya Straight
Laag 2.80
Thomaa 8.93
2* 4** 3'* Schuttlnger... 1.65
4h 3 4** Turner a.20
5 Morrla 22.80
30 ; j|l?eioa
_ _ _ w- v m aaosi I
Two-dollar mstiels psld Bunga Burk. 7.20. 3.6??. 2.40; Super. 4.00. 2.30; ^Tuaios
ary. 2:20. Bunga Buck outbroke hla field and raced under alight restraint until final
furlong; waa driving to the limit to last long enough to stall off Super. Latter broke
?ery slow. He fiaiahed full of courage and would hare won In another atrlde. Slippery
Elm saved ground catering home stretch, but tired last sixteenth. Scratched?Mayor
liooae. My Play.
FIFTH BAC?? Mile and one-sixteenth. Purke, $5,000 added For 8-year-olds;
Chesapeake Stakea. Start good; won ridden out; place driving. Went to poet
at 4:55; off at 4:57. Winner?B.c. 6. by Pennant?Frlllery. Trained by J. Bowe. Jr.
Value to winner. $8,825. aecond. 81.000; third. $500; fourth. $250. Time. 0:24 3-5.
0:49 3-3. 1:15 4-3. 1:43. 1:4* 1-8. (Private time. 1:491.
Index Startera Wt. Poet St. * * \ Str. Flo. Jockeys | Straight
Bunting 121 2 2 1** 1* 1? 1? Hi Morrla 1.80
124) Lucky Hour .110 1 1 8'* 8' 4 3* 2* Schuttlnger.. .95
1144) Superlative .... 106 8 4 4 4 S? 2** 3* MarlaeUl 17 85
160 *Kal'ing Along. 105 4 3 2? 2* 2* 4 4 Lang 17.90
'Added starter. Two-dollar mutaela psld?Bunting. 4.60, 2.80; Lucky Hour, 2.10.
Bunting broke free and clear and drew away rounding flr*t turn. He was under
reatraint until last quarter end bung on with good courage when called on. Lucky
Hour repeatedly blocked and taken up Schuttinger loot one of hla stirrups aoon after
the break and was unable to do his mount Juatice. Superatlve made a determined cbal
lenge in stretch run whei* he moved np on outside with a ruah but tired at end.
Scratched?Missionary. Sidereal.
m SIXTH BACE?Mile and one-eighth. Purse, $1,200.28. For 3-year-olds and up:
ilaiming. Start good: won driving: place same. Went to poet at 5:26; off
at 5:80. Wlnner^-B.g. 7. by Sir John Johnson?Deviltree. Trained by J. Muaante.
Value to winner^ $900 28; aecond. $200; third. $100. Time. 0:25. 0:49 4-5. 1:15 8-5,
1:42. 1:54 8 5
Index 8tarters
182 King John ....
si Biff Rang
(lilt Sea Pirate
146* Gain de Cause. .
(133) Attorney Mulr. .
Cam mi Ci
Ill1 Jacqoee
161 Dark Hill
Wt. Poat St.
3?
5'*
1*
8
7*
6"
4?
2*
4*
l'S
8
7*
6*
l-s
24
3*
7*
4>
5
3'*
6
Str.
1*
2*
31
6=
4*
7*
Fin.
1*
Jar keys
Marinelll .
Thomaa ..
3'S Tryon
4** Lang
Wallace ..
Woodstock
<*antner . .
R. Bice
Straight
2 83
H.30
. 10.00
3.H5
8.10
7 J--.
. 39 40
6 40
Two-dollar mutuela paid?King John, 7.7(t, 4.10. 3.90; Biff Baag. 10.90. 6.80; Sea
Pirate. 8.80. King John, fractions at barrier, left the post full of run and raced ua
der reatraint first half. H" was stopping and Just lasted long enough. BIK Bang cloeed
in resolute fa?hion on outside the winner and would have beaten him In a few more
strides. Sea Pirate came again nex; the Inside rail. Gain de Cauae closed a big gap.
Scratched Frank Monroe. Vitamin.
175 * BACE? Mile and three-ajxt^n,,, rur*e. $1,200.28. For 3-year-o!ds
_ .. "P; claiming. Start good: won driving; plsce ?ame. Went to poet at
.?:55; off at J*;00 Winner ? B g. ft. by Celt Discipline Trained by J. F. Kelly. Value
to winner. $!?00.28; second. $200. third. $10O.
2:00 2-3.
Ily. Value
0:24, 0:4* 1:14 3-5. 1:412-3.
Indei Starter*
153 'Anniversary
161 Joss of An-. .
? 168) Lucy Kste
147- Eihorter
(1341 ?Staunch ...
154 Fixer r
118* Hoi id Bock .
154* Amaze ....
143 *Exploaive
153 'Dolly C. . .
tW.nk.Jc
158 'Bavenawood
61 Weary
t Coo per Freeman
Wt
116
110
104
103
105
1O0
1(19
lOft
9H
Poat St. U
109
93
104
entry.
10
8?*
13
12*
*
3*
7?
8a
12*
6*
f?
10*
34
13
11*
%
3*
Str.
6*
I"
42
2*i
9*
8i
10*
11*
7'*
12*
18
Fin.
1?
3a
Jockeya
Morrla ..
Tryon
Frei*hon
Marti ...
Wallace .
R. Bice .
Gantner .
Brooke ..
Brown
Chalmers
I-IT1E ...
shllllck .
Thomas .
?Field. Two-dollar mutuela paid ? Annivcr**r
9.75. 6.40; Joan cf Arc. 7.5H. 5.40; Lucy K.ite. 18.70. Anniversary, a forward
from the start, hung on gamely in final drive and Just lasted long enough.
*? ? courage and waa wearing the winner down. Lucy Kate
Scratched ? Mary Jane Raker. Stanley.
3* * 3*
RJ
IS*
11*
7*
12
13
?;
7*
?'
9h
10"
11'
12*
13
Are finished full of
fiaal atrlde to beat out Eihorter.
Straight
15.00
15.00
8 35
. . 29.60
.. 11.45
2.4U
5.20
.. 7.60,
y. 32.00,
contender
Joan of
got up In
GRIFFMEN NOTES.
LEXINGTON RESULTS.
Heimarh'j* fine hurling: took the
stinp out of Washington's attack
and it fell short. Rommel appearing
Juat When It threatened a come
back. Heimach with a single, a
double and a triple started all the
Athletics' rallies.
One of those rare occasions when
Cy Perkins drops a fly ball oc
curred in the second. Grower sent
up a high foul back near the stand.
It was a really difficult chance but
the crowd Is so used to seeing Perk
ins snare such balls that it gasped
with astonishmnt when he fumbled.
And then Brower singled and scored
on Peck's blazing triple to right.
WAR DEPARTMENT
WINS POLO MATCH
War Department poloists won a
fiercely fought match ftom two
teams of Fort Myer on the Potomac
field yesterday afternoon. 8 to 7.
Fort Myer sent in a fresh team
against their foes in the fifth pe
riod. but the reserve force was un
able to check the fierce attack of
fered by the War Department four.
Capt. Colt, of Fort Myer. helped
War Department emerge with the
vfctory by driving the ball through
the latter'* goal on a fluky play.
The ball bounded through the ^oal
posts after hitting a pony.
Gen. Bethel, of the British Em
bassy. played a principal part In
the victory tor the War poloists.
He substltued at the four positions
during the eight chukkers. Sum
mary:
Wsr Dept. Posit loaa. Ft. Myer.
Ma J. Walnwrlght. No. l Lieut. Jones
Ueut. Jadwio No. 2 Lieut, .sibert
Col. Babcork No. 8...,..Cspt. Waters
MaJ. Howe No. 4 Capt. llikyer
Score by rhukkera:
Fart Myer 0 1 0 2 1 2 9 1?7
War I>eparepeat A... 2 9 0 2 2 9 1 1?8
Subetitatl?a Gen. Rethel far MaJ. Wala
wright: W a hi wright for Bethel; Churchill
for Jadwin; Bethel for Babcock; Babcock
for Bethel: Bethel for Howe; Howe for
Bethel; Barton for Joaes; Pattoa fpr Sibert;
Cole for Watera; Kitta for Thayer. Goals?
Walnwrlght (2). Babcock. Jadwin. Bethel.
Howe, goal by poay. goal by Cole of Fort
Myer counted for War Depnrtmcnt. Fort
Myer?Thayer. Jones. Sibert. Cola ($)', Pat
I'mulre?MsJ. Newman.
First Race?Centimeter, 112 (Wil
son), 4.00, 3.20, 2.20; Sewell Coombs,
108 (Noble). 10.50, 3.90; Surf Rider.
101 (Scobie). 2.50. Time. 114 1-5.
Pickwick, Ginger, War Prize, Bullet
Proof, Tableau d'Honneur, Ben Valet
also ran.
Second Racc?Avisack, 115 (Con
nelly), $.10, 4.00. 2 90; Fighting Cook,
115 (Jones). 8.40., 5.80; Put and Take,
113 (McDermotO. 2.80. Time, :48
4-5. Valolse, Kennomare, Full Spoon,
Dardanella. Bella Amie. Velma M.,
Miss Britain. Belphrtzo^ia. Bell. 1+
also ran.
Third Race?Chacolet. 107 (Gar
ner). 26 70. 14 90. 9.60: Ava R.. 107
(Kennedy). 14.20, 10.40; Pirate Mc
Gee. 107 (Owens), 8.70. Time. 1:54.
Marie Rappold, Link Boy. Conan.
Faux Col. Blackwatch II. Ollie Wood.
Bob Baker. Young Adam, Merchant
Also ran.
Fourth Race?May Blossom. 102
(Wilson). 7.50. 4.80, 4.90: Evelyn
White. 102 (Jones), 7.?0, 8.00; Lot
tie Lorain. 102 (Dishmon), 8 00.
Time. 1:14 2-5. Brilliant Star. Glyn.
Martha Fallon also ran.
Fifth Race? rnited Verde. 112
(Garner). 5.30. 3.10' 2.40; Advocate.
103 (Connelly). 4.10.- 3.10; Rouleau.
112 (Pool), 3.30. Time. 145 3-5. Bet
Mosie. Sands of Pleasure. Kinburn.
Wood trap also ran.
8lxth Race?Mt. Rose. 116 (Gar
ner). 57.80. 16.50. 9.40: Easter Belle,
11$ (Connelly). 3.90. 3.30; Donzes. 110
(Murray) 7.90. Time. .48 4-5. Cer
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Maacotte. Prince E. also ran.
Seventh Race?American Boy, 112'
<B. Ruling). 9.80. C.50. 4.80: Rep,
113 (Zoeller) 9.t6. 6,30; Escarpo
lette. 108 (J. Burke). 16.70. Time.
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Paris Maid.. The Swimmer. Nordeck.
Honolulu Boy, Plmlico also ran.
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Washington Club's An
nual Tournament Will
Open Thursday.
By GORDON SHAND.
This week will mark the opening
of the competitive golf season iu
the District. The Washington Ooit
and Country Club's annual tourna
ment, always the first on the list
for Washington's linksmen, Is
scheduled for next Thursday. Fri
day snd Saturday.
On Thursday, an 18-hole Qualify
ing: round will be held, followed by
the first two rounds of match play
on Friday and the semi-finals and
finals on Saturday. Four slxteena
will qualify for the match play.
In addition to prises for the win
neif runner-up and winner of the
defeated eight In each sixteen, there
will alsp he trophies for the lowest
Kross score on qualification day and
for the lowest gross and net scores
In a 18-hole handicap event to be
run off Saturday.
Albert MacKenzle. of Columbia,
was the winner cf last year's tour
nament, defeating Bobble Flnken
fttaedt. a clubmate. then District
champion, 1 up over a 19-hole route.
Entries close tomorrow with A.
D. V. Burr, chairman of the golf
committee, 606 Rhode Island avenue
northeast, telephone North 360.
Colamlla Aiiovrcm Tourney.
The Columbia Country Club has
issued formal invitatlohs for its an
nual tournament, open to members
of clubs In the District Golf Asso
elation and invited guests, to be
held June 1. 2 and 3.
An 18-hole qualifying round will
be held on the opening day. with
five 16s to qualify for the four
rounds of match play on the tw*
succeeding days.
Prises will be awarded to the
players making the two lowest
net scores in the qualifying round;
to the winner, runner-up and wln
er of the de/eated 8 In 16.
The course will be closed to all
except contestants on the final day
of the tournament.
Entries close at 6 p. m.? Monday.
May 29.
Last year's tournament, which
was held in the fall, was wor in
rather easy fashion by Walter
Tuckerman of Chevy Chase, over
Miller Stevlson, of Columbia.
Four Xew Potomac Park Holes.
Four new holes in the East Po
tomac Park Municipal course have
been practically completed and will
be ready for use as soon as suffi
cient grass appears. Tt is hoped
to have a complete 18-hole layout
ready for action by next spring.
Gallagher at Silver Spring.
Charles Mothersole, who was re
cently slicn^d as professional by the
Indian Spring Club, has been re
leased from his contract to give
him the opportunity to sign up with
one of the New York clubs. In his
place. Charles Gallagner, forme-ly
assistant professional at the Wil
mington Country Club, has been
signed as Wilfred Reld'i assistant.
Twelve holes \*re ouened at In
dian Spring last week and members
are now using the course. On the
opening day. Reid and Gallaght*'
played an 18-hole match, the for
mer turning In a 69 and his assist
ant a 74.
Intercity Team Match.
Plans are under way for an in
tercity team match between golfers
-representing our own Potomac Park
course and the Clifton Park public
course of Raltimcre. Baltimore has
already challenged the Capital's
club swingers and it is probable
that 10 men will represent each
' city.
Last year, four Baltimorcans uiet
a like number of Washington play
ers and were beaten rather hand
ily.
Mr*. 4? ott Winn Putting Tourney.
Mrs. E. C. Gott won the first
women's putting tournament of the
year at the Columbia Country Club
yesterday, defeating Mrs. Clifford
Hangs in the final round. Mrs. A.
B. Shelton won thte consolation
event, defeating Mrs. B. W. Chis
well in the finals.
POTOMAC LEAIilK.
X. A. H. Ah II O A| St. Ter. Ah H O A
Donnelly.ss 2 0 0 3
FieMs.lf... 1* 0 2. 0
Selden.3b.. 3 0 11
Krsxier.c.. 4 15 0:
Kannally.rf 2 0 0 0
Dietrich.of. 10 0 0
Lushy.rf... 4 2 0 0
Todd.lb 1 0 6 0
Stewart.2b. 3 10
Luber.8b... 3 O 2 0
Barclay,cf.. 3 0 0 0
Jenkins.cf.. o 0 0 0
Smlthsnn.sx. 2 0 0 2
Mudd.lf 3 0 10
Hudson,rf.. 3 10 0
Gilbert.lb.. 3 0 3 0
Helm.2b... 2 0 0 1 Robey.c.... 2 1 14 0
Batcher,2b. 2 0 1 OjBesll.p 2 112
Welde.:?... 1 0 3 2|
Totals.. 24 3 18 7| Totals... 24 4 21
Score by Innings:
Naval Air Station 000020 0?2
St. Teresa 030 1 00 x?4
Runs?Dietrich. Frasier. Stewart. Hudson.
Robey, Be.ill. Two-base hits?Stewart.
Robey. Beall. Stolen bases?Donnelly, Frts
ler. Sacrifice?Todd. Errors?Selden (2),
Stewart, I.uber, Gilbert. Left on bases?
N. A. S.. 6; St. Teresa. 4. Hit by pitcher?
By Welde (Smithson); by Beall (Selden).
Struck out?By Welde. ft; by Beall. 12.
Wild pitch?Beall. I'm pi re?Mr. Crooke.
n LMfM Battlaf' ,
Playera Clnh O IB B HUB SB PC I
MobaeOt, Dot ... ? 1 2 1 0 6 1.0001
Guiato. dm.... t ? s S I o ,
Staphaaaon. CUT# 7 23 t 11 0 0 .....
Pratt. Boston... 11 43 10 10 0 0 .4311
Speaker. Clare.. 13 40 11 22 0 2 *
Willlama. St. L.. IS 40 10 33 0 ? .?
Bt. L.... IS 34 10 34 1 0
???th. Boo 11 43 u lt 2 0
Clark, Dot 4 3 3 3 0 0
Millar, N. Y... T II 0 13 3 1 J07
Colttja, CW .... 11 43 4 II O 0 Bl
Ocott, K. T 13 43 7 17 0 0 .370
M'-tll. IHl ID 34 7 0 1 3 .003
J1"- ***? -??? II 44 7 10 O 1 JM
Heilaaann. Dot... 13 44 0 10 0 3 .004
Hooker. Chi 12 43 10 10 3 3 JM
Jaaleeon. Cloro. lt 31 4 10 0 0 .333
Browor. Want... 0 23 3 8 1 0 341
Cutahaar, Dot.... 12 32 S 10 0 0 !}40
rotkortlU. Dot . 7 20 4 0 0 O .040
Biro. Waik 14 33 0 10 0 4
Pit teener, Boo... 7 20 4 10 0 1 ,
Wood, Cleee. ... 13 44 0 13 0 0 .041
Mrlaala, Clove... 13 34 0 10 0 1 Ma1
Ganlnor, C'ooo;.. 13 43 7 13 0 0
Htrnak, Cfcl 7 27 3 0 0 2 in
Witt, N. Y fl 13 3 3 1 2 .333
Mogridge. Waih 4 0 1 3 0 u .303
Brheag. N. Y... 11 43 t 14 0 1 .fit
J. Colllaa, Boo..: 3 37 3 12 0 1 .034
Judge. Wiik. ... 14 33 13 17 1 2 .321
Joha?toa. Phil... 12 44 7 14 0 2 .313
MrMlllaa. X. Y.. 13 31 3 10 0 0 .114
Mlllor, Phil. k... 12 43 7 13 0 1 .113
Vouch. Dot 13 43 4 13 1 1 . .113
Perklaa, Phil. ... 12 43 3 13 0 0 .313
Waaabafaean. Cla 3 ? io 0 0 3 .310
Harris. Wash. .. 14 33 14 17 0 4
Pewater. N. Y... 13 43 10 13 0 1
Nunamaher, Cle? 10 10 4 0 0 0
ttraaey, Clare.... 7 10 3 3 0 0
Dngaa, Boa 11 44 4 11 2 0 .mo
Haney. Dot 3 04 3 10 0 0 .204
Ward? N. Y 13 44 4 14 0 1 .232
O'NolII. Clove.... 3 14 0 4 0 0 .233
Rommel. Phil. .. 3 7 1 3 0 0 .233
Rlgney. Dot 12 10 4 11 0 0 . 232
Raa?ler. Dot 12 13 1 10 0 0 .37*
MrManaa. 8t U. 11 47 3 13 1 1 .277
Gbarrlty. Waah.. 11 40 7 11 0 | ,27a
Dykea. Phil 12 41 7 11 0 3 .233
Meaooky, Boa. .. 8 13 3 4 0 0 .237
Jacobaon, St. L.. 13 40 3 13 1 1 .233
Oevereld. St. L... 11 33 3 14 0 0 .234
O'Ronrbe. Boa.. .. 3 1ft a 5 0 0 .233
Lamotte, Waah.. 7 23 2 3 0 0 .231
Kilerbo, Ht. L.... 13 50 8 11 1 0 .200
Young. Phil 11 41 S 11 0 1 .233
Sowoll. Clove. ... 13 43 7 11 O 1 .233
Hchalk. Ckl 12 30 7 10 0 8 .256
Smith. Waak. ... 14 30 0 IB 0 0 .234
Waltora. Boa. ... 8 24 2 0 0 0 .230
Johnaoa. Chi. ... 12 53 0 13 0 2 .343!
Tobin, St. L 18 31 S 11 1 0 .245
Burna. Boa 11 43 8 11 2 0 .244
Galloway. Phil.. 12 42 8 10 0 0 .23*
Raker. N. Y 13 48 4 11 1 0 .223
Gerber. St. L.... 18 44 7 10 0 0 .227
Hheely. Chi 12 40 4 1 0 0 .335
Pipp. N. Y 11 40 ? 11 1 0 .224
Peckinpough. Wn 14 54 8 12 0 2 .322
Pilk. Chi 7 27 3 8 1 0 . 222
Joooa. X. Y 4 9 2 2 0 0 . 222
G'eaaoa. Waah. .4 ft 2 2 0 0 .222
Welch. Phil 12 31 5 11 O 0 .218
Hhanka, Waah. .. 5 14 2 8 0 0 .214
Flagitead. Dot... 3 13 1 4 0 0 .211
Milan. Waah. 0 24 2 5 0 0 .208
Harrla. Boa .... II 44 4 0 0 0 .303
Morton. Hove. .. 3 5 0 1 0 0 .200
Walkor. Pkll. ... 10 42 4 8 0 0 .100
Mc4lellan. Ckl... 12 40 4 0 0 1 .184
Goo'la. Waah. ... 7 17 1 8 0 0 .178
Znchary, Waah... 4 8 0 1 0 0 .187
Buol, Boa 8 13 1 2 0 0 .118
Phllllpo. Waah ... 4 a 1 1 0 0 .125
Rraall, Phil 5 12 O 10 0 .088
Courtney, Waah.. 4 3 0 0 0 0 .000
Hbocker. St. L... 3 10 0 0 0 0 .000
American I^afic Clak flahlng.
Club (i AB B H 2B IB HB 8B PC
Cleveland. 18 448 70 149 88 4 o * 838
St. Lonla. 18 442 70 181 21 8 12 18 .001
Boaton... 11 105 35 118 21 4 8 2 . 230
New York 18 424 88 123 1ft 7 3 3 .207
Detroit... 12 410 31 121 25 0 1 3 .331
Waah 14 480 75 137 28 8 2 10 .271
Chicago. .. 12 405 38 108 11 8 4 12 .234
Phi la 12 420 30 105 12 7 0 8 .230
American Leagae Pitching;.
Lent Shut
Pitcher. Club W t PC W L Out
Hojt. N. Y 1 0 1 000 S 1
Van C.ilder. Ht. L.. 1 0 1.000 3 . 1
She whey, N. Y 2 O l 000 2 .. 2
PUlette. Det 2 0 1.000 2 .. ..
Hu.h. N. Y 2 0 l OOi 2 .. ..
Mall*. Clove 1 0 1.000 1 .. 1
Davie. St. L 1 0 1 000 1 .. ..
Kohertaoa. Chi. ... 1 0 1.000 1 .. ..
Daaforth. St. L.... 1 0 1.000 l ..
Stonor, Dot 1 0 l.ooo l .. ..I
Maya. N. Y 2 1 087 1 .. ..
Mogridge. Waah.. 2 I .087 1 f.
Rogby. Cleee 2 1 .887 1 .
Rommel. Phil 2 1 .887 1 .. ..|
Mortoa. Hoto 2 1 807 1 .. ..
Karr. B<.? ........ 2 1 .807 1 .. ..|
t'hle, Clove 2 1 .887 .. 1 ..
Paber. Chi. ....... 2 2 .500 . 1 ..
Zarhary. Way. .22 .300 1 ..
Shocker, Ht. t 2 2 .ON I
Hedge. Ckl 2 2 .500 .. 1 .
Nay lor. Phil 1 1 r.oo . 1
Pennock. Poa 1 1 .500 1
Harrla. Phil 1 1 500 . . 1 ..
Colo. Dot 1 I .300 ? ? 1 1
Kolp. Bt. L 1 1 .500 1 .. ..
Helmach, Phil 1 1 .501 . 1
(ileaaon. Waah. 12 .333 1 .
Johm. N. Y 1 2 .333 . 1 ..
Phllllpo. Waah. ... 1 2 .333 1 .. 1
Qulan, Boa. 1 2 333 . . 1 ..
Aroata. Chi 0 1 .000 1
Myora. Boa 0 1 .000 . 1
Moiling. DM 0 1 .000 . 1 ..
Johnaon. Waah. ... O 1 .000 1
WHkinaon. Cfcl. ... 0 1 .000 . 1 ..
Moore. Pfcil O 1 .800 .. 1 ..
Coaeleakle. ClOTO... o 2 ooo .. 2 ..
Oldham. D~t 0 2 .OOO .. 2 ..
Yarrlaon. Phil 0 2 .000 .. 2 .
Payne, hi. L 0 2 .000 .. 2 ..
Bunnell. 0 2 .000 .. 2 ..
Ehmke. Det 0 4 000 .. 4 ..
> atlonnl Lengue Butting.
Plnyem (lab G AB Tt H HR SB PC
Cnuaey. N. Y 4 3 2 3 0 0 .0110
Marquard. Boa... 4 8 1 3 0 0 .500
Buether. Bkla .. 8 17 4 8 1 0 .471
BN>h. N Y 11 54 10 25 0 1 .483
Kellv. N Y 11 48 10 22 3 1 .438
O'Parrell, Chi.... 7 1? 5 18 O 0 .444
Walker. Phil .. 8 32 7 14 0 0 4l?
Hungltng. Rfcln 4 14 4 8 0 0 42ft
Smith. N. Y 7 1ft 3 8 1 0 .421
Tleraej. Pitt*.... 10 38 3 15 0 1 .417
Mokan. Pitta. .. 7 27 4 11 0 0 .407
Marunvllle. Pitta. 13 48 12 10 0 4 808
Holiocher. Chi... 13 51 10 20 0 0 102
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Carbon is eliminated once and for all from the com
bustion chamber, piston head, around the' valves and spark
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Power is increased to full capacity- motor efficiency is
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CONSTRUCTION
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OPERATION
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Hmm I MM?SERVICE STATION?1115 14th Si. I. V.
ue Averages
IUr??r. CU. .... 10 B i Ml?
UotMkr. ?L I? i* 41 it it i i .MO
''"""Hi, rill I U 4 13 ? ? ITS
OatMr. ?t. L ? 11) a ? . o ITS
Blfkn. MtU. .. IS ?i i It ? l .m
Wl lUm-. Hill... 11 a t II | 1 JR
run..*. it n i3 u i ? mi
**."? **?,!? 5 IT 4 ? ? ? .HO
rrlb?rt. Ckl. ... ? IT S ? ? 1 U3
"?***? Ak It 54 I U 1 1 11]
Owu. CU. .... II 4* ? IT ? 3 14T
T OrUHU. BSla O 28 ? f 0 2
Shrlaym, W. T.. If 47 7 IS 0 l ft?f>
PwrjU. Ban .... 11 4| ? 14 ? 0 JU
!f. T.... 8 10 4 10 1 0 SSI
Toporrar. St. L.. 10 34 S .8 0 O SSS
Ileathcot*. SI. L ? 14 1 S S S SSS
J?v??I; ? " ? 5 1 0 .SSS
Uowdy. Boa 5 15 1 1 0 O SSS
R. Griffith. Bkln. 7 13 1 4 0 0 SSS
J?lth. Bk'n 4 S 1 3 1 0 .SSS
Tmjtor, Bkte. ... 4 S 0 2 0 S SSS
*?mthworth. Boa.. 10 40 S IS 0 0 .825
Bawllagv X. T.. IS M 13 18 0 4 .821
O N#ll 8 33 3 8 t 0 .830
Honllae. Phil. .. 11 4i S IS 0 0 .SI7
High. Bkln IS 54 10 17 1 0 .Sir.
Salth. St. L 10 82 1 10 1 | .SIS
Keleber. Chi. ... 18 45 ft 14 S 1 .811
Stork. St. L 12 43 S 18 0 0 .810
Bancroft. N. Y.. IS ft? IS 18 1 1 ,sr>f.
Goorh. Plttn 12 44 8 18 0 O .802
Grlnaea. Chi 18 47 8 18 1 1 .208
Johnatoa. Bkln 18 54 8 18 0 3 .2#*
"? T.... IS 48 11 14 S 2 .202
Plael". cla IS 45 7 IS 0 2 TV
Booekel. Boa .... 11 SO 8 11 1 0 282
Foaraltr. St. L... 8 82 8 9 I 0 2*?
Mil >r. CM 18 AO 8 14 1 0 .370
Wheat. Bkln. ... 18 54 ft IS | o .278
Ford. Bob 11 M 4 10 0 0 .378
Ur??. St. L.... ft 18 1 ft 0 O .378
Millar. Bkln ft II 3 8 0 0 .27*
PhU 11 87 8 10 0 0 .2711
Me Henry St. L.. 13 45 4 13 0 0 .287
Nela, Bkln 8 18 4 4 0 O .230
Fletcher Phil. .. 11 41 8 10 l 1 344
Young. N. Y.~. . IS 54 8 IS 1 S _.241
Aln??lth. Bt. L. 10 20 ft 7 2 0>341 !
Cnrey. Plttn 12 40 8 11 0 s 289
Stat*. CM 18 30 II 18 0 2 .2SJ
Crnln*. Boa 7 28 2 8 0 o .7*1
Trarnor. Pitta.... 12 48 8 II 0 2 .220
Cnllaghnn. Chi. .. 0 81 3 7 ? T .228
Grima, Pitta. ... 12 4% ft 10 0 0 .222
Wlngo. Cln 12 80 8 ? 1 ? .222
Bohne, Cln 18 44 4 9 0 2 .205
Burna. Cln 18 ftO 4 10 0 1 .20O
llolkr. Boa ft 2ft 2 5 C 0 ,2??
Knur. Chi 18 47 n 001 .ipi
Daubert. Cln. ... IS 42 8 * 0 1 .190
ftchfttandt, Bkln.. 13 54 6 lo 0 1 .185
Oerierrj. Bkln... ft 11 1 2 0 0 .ifti
Nicbolana. Boa . 8 17 S 8 O 2 .17.-.
Olaon. Bkln 10 40 8 7 0 1 .175
Rnp?. Phil 11 47 4 8 0 o .170
Unmans. Bkln... 4 1 0 0 0 0 (lOO
National I.eacae ClnU Batting
Club C, AB B 14 2B SB HB KB PC
New York 18 408 87 15* 2ft 8 10 IS 888
Plttabargb 12 41ft ?8 133 28 9 1 18 .80]
St. Loula. 12 808 58 118 28 5 8 2 . 298
Chicago. .. 13 429 82 1 23 23 7 2 7 .287
Brooklyn. 13 4AS 78 1S1 lft 7 ft 9 2*8
Phlla 11 S71 58 ]08 14 ft 8 S 2M
Boiton.... 11 SftS 40 98 8 4 2 8 .281
Ctariaaatl IS 400 42 9ft 14 5 1 IS 234
Xallaul Lragnr Pllrhlnn.
I4?t Shot
Pitrbor. Club W L PC ' W L Oat
Alexander, Chi. ... 8 0 1.000 8 .. ..
King. Phi. 8 0 l.ooo 8 ..
Aldrtdge. Chi S 0 1.O00 S .. ..
Doitglaa. X. Y 2 0 1.000 2 .. .. 1
Rherdel. St. L 2 O 1.000 2 .. ..|
Carlaoa. Pitta 2 0 l.ooo 2 .. ..
Canaaj, X. Y 2 o i.t?oo 2 .. ..
(adore. Bkln 1 0 l.ttfO 1 .. ..
Jounard, X. Y 1 0 1.000 1 .. ..I
Pert Ira, St. L 1 0 1.800 1 .. ..
Martin. Chi 1 0 1 fiori 1 .. ..
Doak. St. L 1 0 1 raw. 1 .. ..
Crimea. Bkln. .... 1 0 1 000 1 .. ..
Osborne. Chi 1 0 1.0M? 1
Bnetber. Bkin. ... 3 1 .7ft0 1 .. ..
Xehf. .N Y 2 1 887 2 .. ..
J Baraea. X. Y... 3 1 .887 .. 1
Morrlaoa. Pitta. ... 3 1 .887 1 1
Cooper. Pitta 2 3 ..VO .. 1
North. St L 1 1 .5*10 .. l ..
Hubbr'l. Phil 1 1 .508 . 1
Hninea. St. L 1 1 .ftOO .. 1 ..
Cl.eeaea, Chi 1 1 .500 1 .. ..
Watftoo. Boa 1 1 ..*.<*? 1
Bran. X. Y 1 1 .ftOO 1 .. ..I
Marquard. Bo? 1 2 .333 2
Meadow. Phil. ... 1 2 333 .. 3 ..
Joao?. Chi 1 2 . 333 1 ..
Vance. Bkln 1 2 .333 1 .. ..
FTUagiia. Bo. ... 1 2 .333 .. I . .i
IV.noliue. Cln 1 2 333 2 .
Biier, Cln 1 3 ,2.*? 1 .. 1
Lnqne. Cln. 1 3 .210 1
Markie. Cln 0 1 .000 .. 1
Walker. St. L 0 1 .000 1
Haiti). Phil O l .000 .. 1 ..
Mimani. Bkln ... ? 1 000 . 1
Ollenple. Cln ? 1 .000 1
Oeachger. Boa .0 1 .000 .. 1
Bailey. Mt. I ?? 1 Otbi .. 1 ..I
Glazner. Pitta O 1 .000 .. 1 ..
Wlntera. Phil O 1 oo?? .. 1
Karfttot. Ht. L o 2 .000 2
Mitchell. Bkin 0 2 .000 2 . .
Ariama. Pitta 0 2 000 2 ..
Budo'ph. Bo* 0 2 .000 2
New Mat Wrinkle
To Be Tried Here
Thursday's Boats at Capital
To Be Divided Into
Rounds.
Washington mat fans will have
an opportunity to see the latest
thin* la wrestling when Charlie
Metros and Plnkey Gardner clash
at the Capitol Thealer Thursday
nlffht. The bout will be governed
by what is known as the "Chicago
style" and will consist of fifteen 1??
mlnute rounds with a 2-minute in
terval betweeq each. Th's style of
B.t'in" recently originated in the
Windy City and its popularity lias
swept the country by storm.
TMirsdsv night's card, the second
of the summer season, at the popu
lar Pennsylvania avenue house, will
he en nil-star affair. In addition
to the Metros-Gardner match then
will bs two others, one between
Charles l>e\Verdt and Joe Turner,
ard smother between Peter Dallas
and Cyclone Smith. Both of the
latter w'l! be decided by the best
two out of three falls.
DeWerdt is the middleweight
champion of Belgium and is *>ne of
the clevert^t grapplers seen In
Washington this season. I^ast Tues
day flight he defeated Younc
Stecher in sueh easy fashion that
he was judged worthy of a match
with Turner. Although he out
weighs the champion by several
pound-?. Turner's wide experence
??nd rins: genetaVbio is expected to
overcome this handicap.
Pete Dallas' match with Cyclone
.Smith will be his first in Washing
ton since he was defeated by Tin
ner at the Coliseum and is ex
pected to be a good on* as Sm'th
has the reputat'on of being a fast
grappler.
Capital Lacross Team
Beaten in Baltimore
BALTIMORE. April 29?Mount
Washington stlckmen ripped apart
.the defense of the Washington la
crosse team in the first period to
day In defeating the Capital C'tv
players. 9 to 3. The local club did
not tarry in clinching the game,
scoring six goals in the opening
period. The Capital City entry was
dangerous in the final when the
players finally hit their stride.
I,ineup:
Mount Washington. Washington
Fort Goal Hyatt
Tower Point Bra'imer
Wood Center Point (*uno
Meikle ...First Defense. McQuade
Barrett.. Second Defense . M< Donald
Pyle Center Taverner
Abbott ....Third Attack Smith
Sutton ...Second Attack... Hewitt
Stuart ....First Attack.... Elliott
Morris Outside Home. . Brown
Bagley Inside Home... Broach
Score by periods:
Mount Washington fi 3?9
Washington 1 2?3
Substitutions?Jones for Hyatt.
Zalesack for Hyatt. Perry f??r Smith.
Gallaudet Easy Victor.
Gsllflttdet trouaeed bine Ridge College at
K?*nda!l <;reen reaterday. 8 t<"> 2. Boat*
vri|ht. although * W wild. twirl* 1 a beady
[imp. allowing the Mountaineer* bnt fo?r
hits find fanned batters. Borit wrlght
Ml*.! vtarr.d at hat getting a limner in the
opening frame with two m*-n oa ba*e? The
se??r?:
Gallaudet Ah II <> A Bine Rilge A?> II O A
Bradley.lb. 5 0 10 o Hiteheo. k.s* .1112
Relpp Sb . 4 1 2 1 Smith.2b S 1 1 2
I>anofnkjr.ua 4 0"" T?nnn lh 4 1 IS ?'
B'twright.p 4 S ? ? ?tup.3b S ?? 1 0
I* tin. If 4 1 o 0 M -W ? ?" ?' ?
Rme.r 4 1 * O Wil?*.? f 3 ? ?? ??
LarsdA.cf.. 4 14 oTntto.rf S ? 1 "
Ha wkin?.2b 4 0 1 4'Petera p S ? " 4
klarkle.rf . 4 O 2 ?? Svnder.lf 3 1 O ??
. _a.| ? ? ? ??
Total* 37 7 27 10 Totals... 32 4 24 11
Score by inning-:
C.allaudet SOloiftoSx -?
Blue Ridge . 0 0 0 O 1 0 0 0 1 -2
MIDDY VARSITY; f
WINS BY 5 LENGTHS]
OVER BAY STATtRS
"Sailors" Prove Superi
ority Over Henley Dis
tance Course on Severn.
Amorous. Md . April 2H?Row
ing m far letter form than their
opponents the Navy Varsity c<#ht
oared ahell crew defeatcd the v??
Ity ?l*ht of Maaaachu sella T,kc"
five lensths In a race over tbeHen
ley distance rourse on the Sever*
river this afternoon and the N?vy
second and third varsity crews both
outdistanced Tech'. ae.-ond varsity
ovrr the Mire curse The former
croaslng the line with l> "n*
lersth lead and the third cr' * par
,njc a mnrrln of half a lrn?th ?ver
the noatonlans. TVe time of the
respective crew* at the finish wa?
JCarv ' tnlnwlea. ?" aec
onds; Tr.h Varalty. * mlnutea
Navy second Var.it> I nilwitc.
11 S-S deconds. , _
Navy third varalty. * minutad fi
_ ,
Tech'. aec-Td varatty. * minntea
26 necoml*. _ .
The w-re rowed ?e,.ara'*lr
the varsity event h. ins the nl8*'
cap. This was ? vert.iWe walVaway
and the Middi-s ?e" not forced t?
extend themselves. to an\ rnarkc
decree, leadins the ert r.
eourae. The brush between Ihe
three junior crew. However. devel
oped into a spectacular
the atart to the half-" ay point the
Navy second-. anl T-? h rowed *
and neck, while t N ? "T
Lading the Navy third v?r?tr ?>
..pen water from that P"'"'
however, the Middle- sc. ..nd. f<mt.
t., draw away from their
and steadily increased their lead
V. ?n-vhile the other t ?
t ratlins al?i>? I" ? W'ter
With the Middies sbowlns ->e
stamina a.-.d endurance t
rive Is. Tney steadily .lo^ed op ??
Tech's second Varalty aid I" I
tiral stretch ahot t? the front a.d
finished half a lenslh to the I
Thoush defeated the a^owla. ?.f
the tr.,stonlans was
!??<? tally in view of th*
th. y rowed In boat, ^rrorj-4 fr?m
th. Midshipmen, as the? did
brins their craft alone All ?f ? e
c.ntendins crews rowed a ..
r:.
r^: hot it was *.i.i> e;-e??
th-.-t th-re was sreater power l.e-^
hind the Navy sweep.. part.. ularlv
affr half of the curse had he ?
covered. The Navy crew, were m_
hMV1.r'^r;hrir.nr..wi -
V.""" Varslt v - Oallaaher. I ?w
klsLina. =: Kins. S' Boll's ?.? ;?
X?Ve1: FM^.e
1,^.
bow; Mollines. J. W ?.J-.
MOlun*-:-. ?.
, Eaton ?.rant??.d
McOurdy. T; Brill, stroke; H
co*swain. . . -?
\avv Junior Vars ty Pa -
bow; Phanklln. r. Kirkl.-tr^k
Strohecker. 4. Washburn. ?. ?
?: Walsh. 7: Wanalow atro
Tracev. coxswain >?
Massa. husett. Te? h .tunlor V
,|t> -livans. Ik.w.
i i ?? , llfr 4 S^holtr. .? >?' ?
? Nmv,'.II. : n mUry. Mr-ke V*
iinvljf-. wx**'a?n- ___
N:tv, Third Varsity-Kin!:
row. II : SmilK-r. 3. I'dl
Mitchell S: <*hi:i nrwortb. ? <
7; ?"..mpton. stroke. Fle.d
IV1STOX. April S*?I'niv. r* ty
rent! won th. varslt-. <rew r
w th Harvard hete late tods*
quarter of a lenPth Th.
? "r.wV time was . minutes ? i
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