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THE WASHINGTON TIMES FRIDAY Y MAY 6 1910 1 15 5
ELBERFELD BRUISEDBY BRUISEDBY BRUISED BRUISEDBY
BY PITCHED BALLS BALLSQuick BALLSQuick BALLSQuick
Quick Return to Game Shows His Spirit Unglaubs UnglaubsWife UnglaubsVife UnglaubsWife
Wife Ill and Crooks Playing First FirstOff First Off Day DayIn DayIn DayIn
In Philadelphia PhiladelphiaBy
By THOMAS S RICE
Manager 8D8ge MeAleer of the Washington Washingtonteam WasitlAgteRteem Washingtonterm
team is i eeegratsd eoagratsMattog eeagnL himself JdM eK today tedayregular te4ayOver todayover
Over the tact that lee Is MY hy only ere GIMregular ereregular
regular player Instead IIIM of oo two twoBob twoBob twoBob
Bob U TJnglaun gtaub has been be out of the thegame Utegame thegame I
game since si ce Tuesday because e of the ser serious serIous serious ¬
ious illness of 1d ate wife in WUUamsport WUUamsportPa WIIUam port portPa
Pa His place is being filled by b Tom TomCrooks TomCrook TomCrooke
Crooks CrooksIn CrookIn
In Wednesdays Wedoe ays game Kid Elberfeid Elberfeidwas
was missing mlsstD at third and ad his place was wastaken wastaken
taken by Wid Conroy McAteers s cause causefor causetor causefor I
for congratulation 1tIoR Ices 1Ie In the fact that thatthe thatthe
the Kid was able to play yesterdaywhen yesterday yesterdaywhen yesterdaywhen
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when there had been a prospect plo peet that he hemight JtemIght hemight
might be out of the running for sometime some sometime ometime
time The Kid te such an II aggressive aggressiveperson aggressivererson < < GTessivererson
rerson at the plate that he e is always alwaysfaking alwaysfaking alwayssaking
faking risks and the consequence CC D equenee te tothat tethat 18that
that he is hit by seven pitched balls in ina iAa InS
a few games He was slammed on the thearm theann thearm
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arm and shoulders by shoots on Mon Monday Xonday Moeday ¬
day and Tuesday with great vigor and andthe aDdthe andthe
the bruises assumed a eumed such a serious hue huethat hwethat huethat
that he had to rest on We Wednesday ne day He Hewas Hewas HeRas
was feeling better yesterday ye terclay aad got goton goton braton
on the Job agate making a hit and also alsoWashingtons aIeoWasbingtas Iso IsoWasbtDgtoRS
Washingtons solitary MlltaI run lURIR ia the 3t 1I 11te1 11te1beating l lbeating 1beating
beating administered by y the AtMeUes AtMeUesIn AtWeUeIn
In Philadelphia PilIIa4e1lHtlIt I IIt
It was an off C t dayT day dayWhat MYat dayWhat
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What at is one mans s meat t is another anothermans anotbetmans IMKbermans
mans poison poI on the he misfortunes t fortvaes of Ung Unglub Ung1aub Unglaub
lub have given Tom Crooks the chance chancehe cltBCehe chancehe
he has hw long g sought to show slt w his worth worthCrooks wortkCrooks worthCrooks
Crooks is i carried by the dub especially especiallyas
as a substitute b tItte first baseman ba emaD The Thetheory TIletheory Thetheory
theory is to have him on band for ex exactly exa exactly ¬
actly a Uy such an emergency as has arisen arisenor rlenor
or to cover first if the exigencies of oflong a a10Bg along
long season require the swatting of Umj Umjlavb U U1allb Unglaub
lavb to be shifted to some other place placeto
to supplant a weak sister with the bat batSo batSo batSo
So far Crooks appears to have haveelL done donewrelL dopewell
well elL He Is hitting the ball and Is ac accepting acceptlnl accepting ¬
cepting chances in a commendable man manner manner manner ¬
ner He has not a ghost of a show to toset toge toge
set ge a permanent berth at first base this thisseason thtsS thisseason
season S or next at the rate Ungiaub has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been playing but bu highgrade hlhgnt e ball ballers play players piayers ¬
ers are none too plentiful and if Crooks Crooksdemonstrates C CdemonstnLtes Crooksdemonstrates
demonstrates that he Is of major stock stockhe stodehe stockhe
he will either be kept here or would wouldTnake wotlklmake wouldmake
make excellent trading material in indicker a adicker adicker
dicker with some other American AmericanLeague AmericanLeague AmericaLeague
League club clubEddie dubEddie clubEddie
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Eddie ColHns was injured in I a colHsioa colHsioaat coIU IoB IoBat
at the plate with Carrigan of Boston Bostonon Bo t ton
on Tuesday and was we not expected to toplay toplay toplay
play for the Athletics taleUe yesterday but butwas butas ut utas
was as at second seehedWhen secondWhen eeorGWJten
When all is said and done the fans fansdo f fdo fansdo
do not mind a good waoiesouled wal walloping waI10plDS walloping ¬
loping such as 5 Washington Wa btRgton received receivedyesterday receITedJestenly receivedyesterday
yesterday by M to tl 1 near so much as asthose asthose asthose
those games in which the team manfully man manfully maafully ¬
fully slugs out enough h runs to win an anordinary anordinary anordinary
ordinary contest and then loses Io es be bepart because because i
cause 0 of a onefaring incln5 weskenIDg OP thepart the thepart
part of the pitcher Every EveryIt fan know knowthat knwathat
that off days come to every team thatwas that thatwas thatwas I
was ever organised orgDI and the exhibitionstender exhibitions exhibitionstinder exhlbl oJUI oJUItInder
tinder those circumstances are often often1jdicrous oft oftealudicrous I Ibdfcrous
ludicrous One oC the mysteries of thegame the thegame I IJme
game te why the same team generally generallyconies enerallYC2tne8 rally rallyc2mes
teamage age
conies back the very next day and plays playsat
at t its normal nua1 gait or even above it itThe itThe itThe
The great trouble of a scout t te I that he heIs he1s Ht Htis
Is likely likely to be deceived for good or HI fitby HIfcy
fcy the short time he generally spends spendsIn pendsjn
In looking J over a player for foras Individuals lixifcrtduaisas
as well o is g teams are affected a ecl by the pe peculiar petullar peeullar ¬
culiar stumps that are a psycholo psychological psychologicalproblemwhich JMlYcboIoIcaIJ k 1 1problemwhich
problemwhich J problemwhich > roblem which has never ne er been solved solvedRube solvedRube sole soleRabe
Rube Oldriagassnother Oidri Oidriterday QWrlag wC1IOtINr expeciei expecieiout ex exto
to be beterday out or tAe Athletics lineup yes yetttfrday
terday but he was there and got never nevera
a hit hitA liltA
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A mild son of batting rally in the theEeventh thefecenth
Eeventh fe entll inning saved Washington item frernR rom roma 1
a shutout The run was of o no prac practical praettcal pracdeal ¬
method of making makingIt I I1t
deal value yttue but the
which have havecaused havecau8ed havef
It was wa along the lines
caused f faith to o be retained in the team teamdespite
despite the fall down dow n of Its pitchersEl pitchers pitchersElberfeld pltcbenJElberCeJd
Elberfeld El berfeld singled through h Morgan > > organ Gees Geesler GeN1er Geeler I
ler wee hit by a pitched ball and andCrooks 4IDCICrooke nd ndCrooks
Crooks filled the bases by a short sin sinAMATEUR sraAMATEUR RaAMATEUR
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in a a dose game where iasid ID Ide baH might mighthave JRi8kthave Rdg Rdghave kt
have been tried in the other othhaVe er Innings hwtogsis Inningsit It
is posstbie po IbIe there would have been beener the thecustomary tilecu
customary cu tomary three or four fourIngton runs for f < < Wash Washington Wa h hJD ¬
ington ingtonCrooks JD IngtonCrooks < < tOft tOftCrooks
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Crooks also made a helping stogie in inan jaaD inan
an emergency on Wednesday WednesdayIt WeclD88CIyItust
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It Itust must be admitted that IXxlpWaWker IXxlpWaWkerhas DtxIjYWalkhas DlxIy a ahas < <
has been a failure tal bre thte thl year yearathe He has bashM haslink j
had little to foot foolness t a a batter batteryear and athe the p plain1 plain1was pIam
ness 0 of his curves to the ob observers ervers JA JAtlte Inthe
the pre press box which has beeR noticed noticedwas noticedwas
was just ju t the same to the hl batters batter He Hewas Hewas e ewas
was touched for n nine hits yesterday yesterdaybut Y Ybut
but that was not notfeature the real distressing distressingfeature dlstre dn dnfeature < <
feature for the five errors behind hint himwere hintwere hintwere
were largely ely responsible for the lop lopsided lopsided lopsided ¬
sided score He gave ga e five bases basesballs on onbalte onballs
balls The great expectations expeeta 0D8 in the theWalker UteWalker theWalker
Walker case were based upon his con control control controt ¬
trol He allowed me > ne pass last year yearin yearIn yearIn
in three games and no matter now nowmuch nowmuch nowmuch
much speed he put on he seemed emed to tohve tohave i ihave
have perfect control This year It has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been another story He has never nevershown Devershown nevershown
shown the firmness ll and Del reliability thatwas that thatwas tbtwas
was his ts strong point In iaBefore 1101 1101Detore 1 QS QSBefore
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Before be came to Washington W88lt1B 0ft last lastyear J8AKyeer lastyear
year Walker had been in the habit of oftcbing oftag
1 tcbing tag every other day in the minors minorse minorsHe IDOrL IDOrLHe
He e Is a big fellow and Del thrives on workMaybe work workMaybe k kXaJ1te
Maybe if he were sent to the slab slaboftener BI BIotteDer slaboftener
oftener he would do better betterThe betterThe betterThe
The fielding yesterday was miserable miserablebut JDI miserablebut erab erabbot
but there is no occasion for alarm over overthat overthat overthat
that On the whole it has been excel excellent excellent excellent ¬
lent this season and the team has pre presented pre8eDtecl presented ¬
sented a stronger defense than any anyWashington anyWa anyWashington
Washington Wa btngton representation for a long longtime 10ft 10fttime longtime
time Lelivelt museine up two chances chanceswas chncesWa8 chancewas
was a sad blow while Schaefer Mc McBride XcBride McBride
Bride and Walker each contributed a amlscuc amkcve amiscue
miscue When the whole team goes to topieces topieces topieces
pieces these doleful doings invariably invariablyfollow IavarlblJfollow Invariablyfollow
follow Xew York mad four errors errorsthe errorst1M errorsthe
the day before but the steadiness s ofQuinn of ofQuinn atQuinll
Quinn in pinches and the downright hard hardluck bani1uek hardhick
luck of Oberlin with his poooeo pa e made madethem madethem madethem
them go for naught while Washington Washingtonsone s sone
one error on Wednesday was a big help helpto helpto helpto
to New York YorkDoc YorkDoc YorkDoc
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Doc C Gender oooler JDII made e a tw twe tweMcBride twobagger twobaggerMcBride ba5ger ba5gerMcBride
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McBride did not get one of Wash Washingtons W WIngbfts Washhegt ¬
ingtons hegt ns four hits its but his ht saerttce fly flybrought eybr y ybrought
brought br Ufbt in the th only onlyWalker run runWalker runVaJker
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Walker need to be be a strikeout artistHe artistHe artist artistHe
He fanned one man yesterday yesterdayHere ye yesterdayHere teniay teniayHere
Here te the tale of woe in figures figuresThe ApIreThe figuresThe
The Scare ScareWnohlngtoB SC8reWa ScoreWashington
Washington Wa Idng1 R AB ADit R XL FO A AX X XMltea > i iMllaa
Mltea X cf 4 I 0 1 4 t tSehaeter 9 9Sehaefer 1 1Sdaefer
Sehaefer 2b 4 t 1 1 1 1 1Lelivelt 1Leltvit
Lelivelt V 4 4Btberfeid t 1 4 S S Sgmerfdd
Btberfeid 3b b 4 4Geseler 1 1 1Ier i 1 1 1Geseier
Geseler Ier rf X XCreoles 1 < 1 1Cr 3 1 1 1Crooks
Creoles Cr lai lb 1 4 4McBride 1 1 1 1 1 1McBride
McBride ss 3 3Street i I 2 1 1 1Street 1Street
Street c Co 8 8Walker 1 s x 3Walker
Walker WalketTet p S STo i i t 4 1 1gotts
To gotts ils s IS I 1 1Phitedeiphta 4 34 J 5 iPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phlldelpl AB R H FO A IS ISHarteel BHart8eI 1 11
Harteel If IfOldring 1 1 2 2OIdriDb i 1 1Oldrtng
Oldring cL cfShunk X 1 1 I IShunk 1 1 i
Shunk ef 1 1Collins 1 1 3 3CoIl f 1 1COlllhs
Collins CoIl 2b 2 b S SRoth i I 1 3 3Rotb o oRoth
Roth 3b 1 1Baker 1Baker 1 1 1 1 1Baker3b
Baker Baker3b 3b X XMcMute 2 1 1 I IMeX1ds 5 5McMuts
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Dan lb 2 2Hanser 1 1 6 I IHauser
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Murphy X1lrJ lY rf 4 4Barry 1 I 1 1Barry 1 1 1Barry
Barry ss 2 2Livingstoa 2LhriDgwtoR 2 2 2 1 1 1Ltv
Ltv Livingstoa ngstoe c > 1 1Morgan I i I 1 1K0t88 1Morgan
Morgan p 4 I 1 1Totals 1 4 4TCM I ITotals
Totals TCM fli r rWashington > lfi f Ti 2l I 1 1Wa 1 1Washington
Wa Washington hlagton 1 I 1 1 t I 1 I 1 1 1Phlladetphte 1PhDa 1Phlladdphla1
Phlladetphte PhDa Phlladdphla1 elpbIa 2 I C 1 1 2 t x xBa x xBases M MBases
Bases Ba es on errors errorsWaeidagtoR Washington 1 Phila Philadelphia Philadelphla ¬
delphia Z Left oa onL bases 1Mut8IWSblDgton Washington
5delphia 5 Philadelphia PhiladelphiaWalker 5 L Bases on baBIOtt baUs OTf Tr TrWalker j
Walker 4 Struck out outB outBy By Walker Walkerby 2 2bv Zby
by Morgan 4 I Twobase hits h hBaker hitsGes Coaster CoasterBaker r rBaker
Baker OMring Sacrifice hits hlt hitsRoth Davte DavteRoth DavtRoth
Roth Hauser Hau er Stolen base be baseHarteel eHart Hansel eI Hit Hitby Hitby Hitby
by pitcher pttcberBy By Morgan 1 L C CDineen Wild pitch pitchWalker pltehWalker pitchwalker
Walker Umpires UmpiresMesR Messrs Coanolry and andDtoeen aIIdDbteen
Dtoeen Time of game gamel i hour sad ad 4 4miautee Ii 4aminutes Iimiautes
minutes Attendance AttendaneeBASEBALL AttendanceZMS AttendanceZMSBASEBALL XiM XiMBASEBALL
BASEBALL BRIEFS BRIEFSPittsburg BRIEFSPtttsburg BRIEFSPittsburg
Pittsburg has been gaping ea C 01 01JMI Chicage i icage
cage and JMI getting into a championship championshipstride I IstrWe
stride strideGeorge strWeGewge strideGeorge
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George Stallings Highlanders have batebeen havebeen Y8 Y81teeR
been s going teg well lately and It will be bevising Hto beus
us to the Bo Boston to Red Sox t4t de seine MIlleto seinehasthrEg
hasthrEg to get back late the Ant 4iI 4iIvt dlvision
vision vt iea before the end of Go the tMHarvard week weekHarvard weekHarvard
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Harvard has made made only eight hitsin hits hitsin hitsHI
in the last nineteen In innings played has hasscored h baascored 8 88OOIed
scored two runs ia t the e last et twentynine twentynineinnings tweatyalaeIDIIIft5 twentynineInnings
innings and baa not connected C safely safelyia Sfel9I
ia I the first five innings of the last two twogames twogaMes twogames
games gamesThe gaMesThe gamesThe
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The University of Virginia team te in inbad Inb inbed
bad b d shape The outfield has been handi handicapped handlcap handicapped ¬
capped cap by injury and yesterday Doug Douglas Douglas Douglas ¬
las the third baseman wrenched one1 one1of on onor onof <
of his feet and may not be able to play playany playany playany
any more games on the Northern trip
CLARKSON MANAGER MANAGEROF
OF oi AUTO SOCIETY SOCIETYWill
Will Handle Business of the theEngineers theEngineers theEngineers
Engineers Organization OrganizationMotoring Organization1otonng OrganizationMotoring
Motoring Comment CommentThe
The growth and importance of the theengineering Utee theeegineeting
engineering e cte branch of the automobileIndustry automobile automobileindustry automobile1IIclu
1IIclu industry try now fifth in the the industries Jndu trle of ofth oft ofthe
th t the United States was evidenced dearly dearlytoday clearlytoda7 dearlytoday
today 1qr ay the umtnimous UHnh ous election eetton of ofCoker orCoker ofCoker
Coker f darkson as general manager managerand 1DD8eraIKI managerand
and editorinchief of the Society Seclet of ofAutomobile otAutOlDOl ofAutomobile
AutOlDOl Automobile e Engineers Eft < < tDeers Mr Cterkson Cterksonleaves CJark Clarksonleaves oa oaleve
leaves the position po ItIot1 of assistant as hJtant general generalmanager generalmanager enerall
manager of the Association A odatlon of Licensed LicensedAutomobile LfeenMdAutorrMlle LleenaedAutomobile
Automobile Manufacturers whose members mem members members ¬
bers selling seIUa under th the seWeR patent patentproduce pete patentpuce t tproduce
produce as per cent of the domestic domesticautomobile cIomatlcautOlDOWJe domesticautoanobiLe
automobile output outputThe outputThe outputThe
The wellknown known mechanical branch of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Licensed Association to whose who e ef efforts e eforts efforts ¬
forts the quality and lid standardization of ofthe 0 0the ofthe
the modern American automobile are areIn areIn arelarge
In large measure admittedly due wasbuilt was wasbuilt WIUIbuilt
built up by Mr Clarkson directing this thtebranch thi thibranch thisbranch
branch with such prominent proDd t engineers engineersas e eas
as Andrew H Riker Howard E Coffin CoffinRussell ComnRu CoffinRussell
Russell Ru el1 Huff L 1 D Hubbell Hermann HermannF
F Curs Henry Souther Hiram P PMaxim PMaxim PMaxim
Maxim J G Perrin David PergusadfJohn Fergusscfti FergusscftiJohn Per Perohft
John ohft Wilkinson and many others In InMr InXr InMr
Mr darksons new office of ce this impor important Important Important ¬
tant mechanical work will be trans trans1ferred tlaBeferred transferred
ferred to the engineers organization organisationand
and increased Increa ed la volume aad vigor In Inaddition Inaddltioa Inaddition
addition Mr Clarkson will direct the thepublication thepubllctlon thepublication
publication of a digest dige t of current tech technical technical technical ¬
nical literature such as he initiated ia IaWi
1907 5 for the Licensed Association then thenthe UHmthe thenthe
the first publication of its kind and one onereceived onereceived i iand
received with great favor by engineers engineersand neers neersnd
and nd technical experts generally generallyWashington pnerallyWUlhIn generallyWashington
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Washington WUlhIn < < toa friends of Frederick H HEllkXt RElliott HElliott
Elliott for the past pe t three years aad a ahalf aba1t ahalf
half secretary of the American Auto Automobile Automobile Automobile ¬
mobile Association tloII were surprised to teteam toIeanI tolearn
team this morning mag that tl t he has resigned resignedhte
his position OIIIdon and has joined jo ted the forces forcesof tOCCeiof forceof
of the Touring Club of orADtec1ea America It Itte ItIs
Is said w that no successor to t Mr Elliott Elliottwin EUtottwiD Elliottwill
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win be appointed and that his at duties dutiesw dutlelwill
w will ± < ll be asumed ed by b Amos A G Batchel Batcheldfer B Batchelder eAeI eAeIdoer
doer chairman of the three As execu executive executive executive ¬
tive committee committeeThere eOllllntUeeTberf committeeThere
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There was much rejoteine at the thesalesroom thesaloneon
salesroom 0018 of the Commercial Automobile Automobileaad A1Itomo Oe OeSuppIy
and Supply Company thin morning moraimwhen DICKJIiBgwRen morningwhen
when wordwas received that the BMF BMFCompany EXFCompany BMFCompany
Company bad worked up the dally outpnt out output outpot ¬
put of BMF cars to seventy machines machinewhile machineswillie machineswhile
while the Flanders F1an ers factory ta turning turningout tundngout turningout
out thirtyfour cars a day Both of ofthese ortheee ofthese
these outputs will be materially in increased 18crca increased ¬
crca creased ecI shortlyTbe shortly shortlyThe Uy UyThe
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The Ford Motor Company established estabttabedbuMUng e tablWteda
a new hlebwater Mark Ja last t week by byIMIlNIBg bybNdfng
buMUng and shipping 1696 1 Ford cars carssaid eniad carasaid
said ad Claude Miller of Miller Brothers BrothersAuto BrothersA1Ito BrothersAuto
Auto and Supply Company uTh This InClnded in infore Inc
Clnded c J e4 no left oven frOM the week be belore before
fore be continued and Is the com comnalf eompears conpeers
pears record shipment for Ave and andJIaIC a ahalf
nalf half days daysThe etaysTIae daysThe
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The automobile dealers of Ode city ckywho clt citywho
who handle cars licensed under the t Sel Selden Selden ¬
den eft patent have been notified that the theAssociation
Association ia ttD of Licensed LiceD IA tensed ed Automobile AutomobileManufacturers AutomobileManufacturers
Manufacturers > te I preparing a sign to tosent be besent beto
sent to every dealer ia America who whohandles whoIe whohandles
handles Ie licensed Ifcen ed cars The sign te islithographed telithographed litI
lithographed I m fa brae white and gold on oncelluloid ORceIhdoId oncelluloid
celluloid It te I made to hang hD In the thewindow thew thewindow
window w or on the wall on a salesroom salesroomThe salesroanThe OOIIL OOIILThe
The sign will be ready for distribution distributionext dl distributionnext trltHlt10llDext
next ext week wedtNO weekNO
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The big fellow left W on an a early IY morn morntag JIIOraIn mornlag
tag In < < train for San Francisco to see the thesights tJtehts theM
M sights hts at the SetteFloto circus circusI eir I Ir
I promised proaaJ ecI Plots when I was In Den Denver Denver ¬
ver that I would have a look at his bi drcue dr circus drC1I8 ¬
cue and I am going xot to make makgood e good rue said saidJeffries I
Jeffries Jeft as 5 be swung s wuDf uhg aboard boa the he heBut train trainBut trainBut
But I will be back tomorrow ready to tomake to1Itke tomake
make up for lost time timeAn timeAn timeAn
An effort was made this thi morntar morning to toget toan toget
get an expression exJ eMkm of opinion from Tee jeffriec Teefrief ef effries
fries on the referee question questionI ues on
I dont don t care to discuss dl cuss the referee refereematter refereeJDa refereematter
matter JDa ter or to commit myself In any way wayon wayon wayon
on the subject said he Berger te terepresenting IIJre Isrepresenting
representing re letlelltlll < < my interests intMe t and I am amleaving amIeaYillg amleaving
leaving the entire matter Dl tt in his hands handsI
I have e not mentioned referee even to tomy tomy tomy
my closest mends and dont intend to tostart tostart
I start Irl In now neither have b e I been in intelephone IIIt inteephone
telephone t l epho communication with any anynewspaper anynewspaper IIY IIYI
I newspaper DeW Jl lp men on this subject I am amer amsaUsfted amsalisfledgecger
saUsfted salisfledgecger Berger er will not select anybody anybodyabt anybOdyfor
for the po position ttlOn who would be objection objecUonto objectionable
abt able to me That is all I care to say sayJeffries saYT sayJeffrhen
Jeffries T frrles absence ab el ce does not interfere interferewith Interferewith Interferewith
with Bill Papkes s training program a afeature afeature afeature
feature of which was a lively threeround three threeround threeround
round zo with Choynski The Thun ThunderboHrt Thunderbolt Thunderbolt
derbolt Is in great shape and those thosewho thOMlwho thosewho
who have watched his work predict a aquick aquiCk
quick victory dctoI over Thomas
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CHAPTER XLIV XLIVChief XLIVCbief XLIVChief
Chief Frank and I Get Some Soi n Great GreatHunting GreatHunting i iHunting
Hunting HuntingAFTBR HuntingA HuntingA
FTJPlR leaving tile Indians IAdIa we wesoon weMOB weseen
AFTBR A soon got late the midst mld t of of wn wnsame wildgame wild wildsame
same and it naturally happened happenedthat happenedtJaat happenedthat
that Frank and I usually hunted hunt hunted buulby ¬
ed by ourselves ourselvesThat OUr8flvflSXbat ourselvesThat
That Indian us used d to ask me somefanny some somefannj omeODD
fanny ODD things H He wanted to knot knovwhere kIlO knotwhere
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where New York was and ad I pointed the thedirection thedlnetJoD thedirection
direction to him but I couldnt coul at make
him understand how far away it was wasIf WILLIf wasIf
If we start for New York Y York 0rlI he asked askedwhere aRedwhere askedthere
therewill where will the sun be when en we get getthere getr getOne e etherer
there thereOne therer thererODe r
One day cia I asked ked Frank if he knew knewwhere knewwb knewwhere
where wb < < e there were any y gold old mines I Itold Itold Itold
told him Id give him a third interest in inthe inthe htthe
the profits of any y mine he oouU find findfor findfor fledfor
for me meAll meAll
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All right rl at Jam eem he said ld1 I find findmine ftoclJIItDe findmine
mine You dont give MM third then thenlook thenlook thenlook
look outWhat out outWhat outuWJlat
What would you do with me Frank FrankI
I asked Cut off 0 < < my head and throw throwme threwme throwme
me into the rtver like Uk you did the th medi medicine medlctne mediclue ¬
cine fir firMaybe man manMaybe maaay
Maybe ay so maybe not said Frank Frankvet FrankYeI Frankvet
vet quietly quietlyAnother qu1et17Another Iy IyA
Another A time I asked Frank about aboutsome about80IDe aboutsome
some empty adobe hour homes that stood on onthe onthe onthe
the hills hill above his reservation He said saidthe 8Ilhlthe saidthe
the Mexicans used to live there thereAtteen thereAtteenor fifteen fifteenor
or twenty families familiesWhat taIaIUeWhat familiesWhat
What has become of them I asked askedThey askedThey ked kedThey
They say r they pay Indian boy to towork towork towork
work but they no noJaT pay They all II time timesay timey timesay
say y come tomorrow Frank woundup wound woundnp woundup
up with a grunt I knew then thewhat what bad hadbecome badecome badbecome
become ecome of the Mexican population populationThe
The chief was a tricky oM party partyWhen parl7hen Datt7When
When hen anyone asked ked him to shoot incam in incamp incamp
cam camp hed pretend to miss by forty fortyyards fortyWhen
yards When we were out alone one lie hewas liewas beot II
was one of the finest fi e8t rifle shots sb ts rye Iveever ryeever
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ever seen seenOur seenOur
Our real sport came when Frank and andI d I
I killed the first wild boar We W Wbeen had hadbeen badbeen ha
wildother
been Ia the midst of other otherboar game right rightalong rightalonK rightalong
along There was BO much wild fowl fowldown fowldowll fowldown
down there that shooting It was no nofun 110tun nofun
fun You could shoot into I to a flock of ofsnipe orImipe ofsnipe
snipe and ad they wouldnt even take takeflight takefttttht takeflight
flight Just flutter alone aJeR a few yards yardsland yar yarDd yardsand
land Dd wait for or the next shot hot There ThereBill Th Therewere re
were millions or d ducks Bill Cumaings Cum Cumwith
> 158 used to shoot tJaem t with ItA a re revolver revolver 8 8volyer ¬
volver I never saw w him hi miss m one onedynamite OReThere oneThere
There were so many ft fish b we used ed to todYJlaI todynaMite
dYJlaI dynamite Ilte them for the Indians Ja lanul Indiansmellets lanulleu mal mallets ¬
lets and sturgeons and other Ask of ofthat orthat ofthat
that sort
A Peculiar Incident IsddentI
I remember this one especially dP Clal1y be because beea because ¬
cause ea of the curious way we discovered discov discovered dl eo eoend ¬
ered him We Ve were riding In through tnroughthe t rou h hthe
the swamps WID and 04 I saw somethtnqueer something somethinggleaming soraethtngleaming >
gleaming gleamingthat in the th sun It struck me as asqueer asqueer
queer queergleaming that thatin there could be anything anythingin lty Y YIn Dl hln hlnIn R
in the middle of a tule swanip awe to togleam toI togleam
gleam I DL On looking lookln closely I saw thatthe that thati thatthe
i the glitter came from the sun shining shiningon
on the biggest boar tusk I ever saw sawThe sawThe sawThe
The rest re t of the pis PI < < was W so near the thecolor thecolor thecolor
color of the mud ID which he lay that thatit thatIt thatIt
it was almost impossible Impo tDle to see him hlmWe himWe himWe
We would have missed him entirely if ifit trIt ifIt
it had not been for his bi shiny tooth toothHe toothHe toothHe
He was A on a little Island l laod and nd we weplanted weIantecl weplanted
planted Iantecl a few st stel el packet bullets in inhim illhIm inHe
him He was as big as a a yearling yearlingcalf 1 yearlingI rllBg rllBgbU
calf bUI
I cant MY that I was ever III danger 4augerfrom dangerfrom a afrom
from any wild boars They grow very verylarge verylarwe verylarge
large and strong In the tnles and could coulddo coulddo coulddo
do terrible damage dama e but those tho e we saw
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always tried to dive into the swamps swampsand swampsaJHl swampsand
and get awy W1 and we stopped them themAll themWith themwith
With oar guns pll8All gunsAll
All this tiMe w we were hunting alone aloneO aJoncthe along
O the e river working worktn down stream Frank FrankUtttA Frankh4 Franhad
UtttA some of the pride taken out of ofaim ofMm
aim Mm rowing rowtII with me I would some aomUme 8OIDet1DIeI sometimes
times pal the oar opposite opposite his ht jam J for forfan torun forfun I
fan un and pall ae 8 hard IaaId as 1 could couldFrank couJdFraak couldFrank
Frank was a hut husky ky man but be heooaMat beeouldnt becouldnt
ooaMat keep the boat from s1ll1DclJaaroand s winginc wingincaroond < < s saround
around to his sM side He would pull like likemad Uk Ukmad likemad
mad turn around and Dd stare at me meThen meThe meThen
Then hed he d fall 10 and pull his arms armsnearly armslMIUl armsnearly
nearly lMIUl out again Bat I bad It on onFrank ORFrank onFrank
Frank at rowing rowingI np npI
I used u ed to throw him He didnt know knowexactly 1mowexactly knowexactly
exactly what to make of It at first firstwhen antwhen Dratwhen
when I grabbed bbed him and put htm bit down downery downIn
In the mud TIM ant time he Ie 8I said in inery Ina I
a Very ery significant voice Jeem eem youno you youno youDO
no hurt me But he got so that he hedidnt hedJdllt hedidnt
didnt mind being kidded kiddedGoing kiddedGobIg kiddedGoing
Going on down the river we came at atlast at1aat atlast
last to the dangerous daB < < erou bar where the theCotorado theCoIora40 theColorado
Colorado makes a fork with another anotherriver aaotberriver anotherriver
river and flows into o the Gulf Some Sometimes Sometimes ¬
times the waves boat twenty feet high highon hichon highon
on that bar but we found K smooth smoothenough 8IIIOOtheROUSh smoothenough
enough and crossed safely tely Frank left leftus leftus leftus
us here He wouldnt go 0 into the Gulf Gulflac GulfI
I cue guess be couldnt see the fan I1t row rowiD rowIan
Ian iD < < around on a pond pondWe pondWe pondWe
We found Frank was w right It was wastame W8tame wastame
tame sport Taking tarns we rowed rowedand rowedand
and sailed across er the Golf which was wasonly wasonly wasonly
only about sixteen mite m eI1 wide at a that thatpoint thatpoint t tpoint I
point and landed on th Ute isthmus sthm There ThereWe Therewe Therewe
we saw w a Jot oC cranes and alcrettes aigrettessand I IaDd
aDd iIO on but there wan DO sport We Wecamped Wecamped 1
camped A for r a few days 1 aad started startedback startedback startedback
backFnuk backFrank back backFrank
Frank was waiting for us u at the themouth themouth themouth
mouth of the river H He wasnt much muchon
on wrestling but now be gave us an ex ¬
hibition hibl ilon of strength that surprised me
Coming down the river had been easy easyenough
enough where we only on1 brA to float floatalong
along along with the current Bt Bit k t we neversou never aevercould MyerGOuld
could sou have rowed a mile up p stream streame
e big Indian wrapped the end oC our ourt
t towrope around his forehead and andpulled andpulled Del DelpuUed
pulled edsthe the whole outfit scow and pro prothe provisions proand
visions and six ax men right ht up against t
the current of the Colorado and It runs
like a null race down there In all on I Imiles
that retulll trip Frank towed 111I forty tOrtymiles fortymiles
miles with the line around his fore
head headSomewhere headSomewhere beadSomewhere
Somewhere near the Indian reeervamm reserva ¬
tion we mm quit it the boat The outlaws on
the Cummings i range bitch up a wag
en and andaadd saddle aadd cW1e some huh horse roe and took tookas tookus
us as 8 far as the line Half of us rode rodeand rodeaDd rodeand
and the rest re t went In the wagon w 1L
I For T ° r obvious and delicate reasons our j s
friends were obliged to leave us at the theluternatloaal
international boundary We wer were orry
to see them turn back bac for they rarely urel
had been hospitable ho pKbJe to us In the wild wildcountry wn wnCOUDtry wlltcountry
country We found some Mexicans to togo togo I Ito
go the rest of the way
I a asked kd Frank to take the lent back
to Yuma for us and asked ed him Im how howmuch howJAuch howmuch
much he wanted for the Job He said 1I1dJ
Ji fie J would do He was willing to pull pulla
a boat three hundred miles against agala t thestream the thestream
I stream for II I gave him PI 31 and told
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him to go to It rye never heard 1terdhim
from nun him since sinceAs BIDceAs sinceAs
As for Gus the guide he and the In ¬
dian kept ept away a way from eaoh other after
the t trouble during the thunder storm
When we left the country we all warn waradown warned warned
ed Gus that bed better cut out going
down the river We told him that Frank Frankwould FrankwouJd Frankwould
would Ret him sure ure However I heard herd1at
later 1at r or that Gus took a chance not notfound
long foundafter after our trip His boat was weefo
found found und floating bottom up ia the golf gulfone
No owe ever saw Gus Gu again againTitle againTitle 8bLTitle
Title of next chapter c npter UF1 FltesIm Fitralmraons FltesImntoBs IJR IJRmUDS
ntoBs Has His Second Chisce Clu
FRANKLIN TREK CAR CARSETS CARS CARSE
SETS SE S ETS CS HIGH STANDARD STANDARDBy
By HARRY H FL + RRY WARD
PITTSBUHG PI r I6BU1tG Pa > iaY ay 6 6Tbe The Fr tk tklie ak aklin i iJta
lie Trek car which ta making JD s L 23M 23MmSta 2311mile
mile aoaenstoe eII5IDe stop ran through thr h eleven elevenStates ehnTeaStates elevenState
States and nftyflve Atty e cities left Pttts PtttsburK Pittsburg I Iburw
burg early this ut mOl1 morning llg The night nightstop D nightMop ht htatop
stop win be in Cincinnati C1 aati and lid as the theup therads therd
rads as leading to that city have dried driedup
up considerably 7 a quick run Is antici anticipated antldpated ¬
pated patedThe patedThe
The ran of the Trek car from Wa Wahurton Wan WanIagton Wasulegton
hurton to the Smoky City was a spies spiesdid apledid splendid
did one the distance d SSS miles being beingcovered heiR bringcovered < < i ieoftJCed
covered in less than fourteen ourte < en hours hoursThe hoursTbe bournThe
The actual running time was twelve twelvehours twelveihour twelvehours
hours Promptly at 815 yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaYmommg yesterdaymorning
morning Clean Score Carrie the driv driver driver driver ¬
er JN J N Aver and Messrs Xes n Stewart Stewartand StewartRoee StewartaNi
and Rose of the H H Franklin Man Manufeeturing Xanufactnrteg B Bufaetu
ufactnrteg ufaetu Company sad IUI The Times Timesrepresentative TImesrepreeentaUve Timesrepresentative
representative left the garage of 0 the theCook theCook theCook
Cook and lid Stoddard Company where thecar the theengine thecar
car had beeR kept over night with the theruaalag theengine
engine raaamg The crisp ert p meriting air airwas allwas airwas
was very bracing and ad the tourtetr tou set settled 8ettlecl settled ¬
tled back in the comfortable seats for foran foran foran
an enjoyable ride rideThe rideThe rideThe
The route out o t of Washington was via viathe vt vtthe viathe
the Chevy Cb YT Chaee road and the Bradley BradleyLane BracJlyLaDe BradleyLane
Lane road where the > Hockville pike pikewas pikeWUI pikewas
was encountered This 1bts was followed to toRockvillc toRoekviUe toRockvNle
Rockvillc and thence on lnt tn19 Frederick FrederickFine FrederickFiDe FrederickFine
Fine road If8 s were encountered until Bedford Bed Bedford Bedford ¬
ford was reached and from this point pointto
to within a few miss Ie of Pittsburgrough Pittsburg Pittsburgrough Pltuburgrough
rough roads and innumerable Inl umerable thank uthankoumams thankyoumama thankyoumams
youmams oumams were found f Und The route tak taken taken taken ¬
en from Frederick was that followed by bythe bythe bythe
the contestants in the 1S l hsoT < W GlWkien Gltd en tour tourthough tourthough tourthough
though reversed It leads aver two twomountain twomountaJn twomountain
mountain ranges and affords an Ideal
test of a cars hmclimbta h cw eapeb capaalntfes Utiea s
Going GoIn < < over the Alleghenies I there was a athe astea4 asteady
stea4 steady cOmb for AYe mfIea and lid when whenthe whenthe
the summit was reached The tourists touristswere tomistswere touristswere
were fully a mile high b The view from fromthte fromthis trnmthis
this point was a magnificent jaceat one and i
held the tourists touri t entranced entrancedThis entrancedThis entrancedThis
This was wa however only one of the themany theJllaDT theseen
many seen fine views that are encountered encounteredon elCOUDt elCOUDtOIl
on piis ula trip which would b be an Weal idealone Wealone IctealoD1f
one oD1f If some attention was laid Mid cl to the theroadcw theICMCk theroads
roads ICMCk The water breaks bre lm mar what whatmight whatmipt whatmight
might otherwise be a fair piece of road roadwhen
but when these breaks are coupled coupledwith coupledwith coupledwith
with many rocks and deep holes It re requires J JQuires requires ¬
quires a very skilled driver to tofully saceeM
fully negotiate te them The Franklin Praakllndriver Franklindriver
i driver Clayton Carrie earr te thoroughlyconversant thoroughly Iy i iconversant I
conversant e with all the kink thatstamp that thatstamp
stamp the expert automobile pilot and andhe andhe andh I
he had plenty of opportunities opportUIIIf1eIIring y yesterday + terd v vto
to bring all his expert knowledge Joowlt > tge into intouse intouse
use I
useA
A short stop was made ta Hagerstown Hagerstownand f
and stops were aim made ta Chamber Chambersburg Chamberburg ChaIRberburg
burg McConnelteburg Bedford and andGreensburg andGreensburg
Greensburg Greee burg Leaving Bedford X Driver DriverCams > river j
Cams carried the party out to Bedford BedtordSprtnp BedfordSprings I ISprings I
Springs Hotel where the Glfddenites In inldi I
1907 m mMe de their first Sunday Sunda stop at atMessrs top As AsMessrs AsXesfIrS
Messrs Carris and Stewart were on this this thistour i itour j
tour a sight of the springs recalled recalledpleasant j jpleasant iple1aIDt
pleasant memories memoriesSince memoriesSince I IStRce
Since leaving 1eavba the factory f ctory m Ia IaMonday ajrraeuee ajrraeueeMonday 9yracuseMonday
Monday morning morn Franklin until Pittrtmrg tig was W8asreached wasreached r s i ireached
reached the Franklin Trrk car carered has > ov nvBred overed
ered 11L1 miles It k > aimed to 3 eep repthe eepthe eepthe
the engine running constantly and this thisserves thiserves thisserves
serves to make the cars performance performancenotable peronDaDcenotable a anotable
notable one When the machine Is run runInto runInto i
into the garage of every night stop one oneof oueof oneof
of the party Is selected to watch the thecar th thcar thecar
car throughout the night so that the themotor themotor themotor
motor is not tampered with In any way wayand wayand wayand
and thus rob the car of making a record recordnonstop recordnonstop recordnonstop
nonstop run Another notable feature featureconnected featureOnnected featureconnected
connected with this unique run Is the thefact theact thefad
fact act that no extra tires are carried j
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