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THE 'WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 2. 1912.
Bourgeois Phases Experts at Norfolk Georgetown Vanquishes Lafayette
Will Men Ever Lose the Savage Instinct to War Badges?
TO BE CONTENDER
AT NORFOLK TRACK
Big Bay Colt Looks Like
the Class in Two-
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HUDAS MAID LIKED
TO WIN HER RACES
Good Horses Will Be Seen at
NORFOLK, Va.. April 2. Bourgeois,
son of Burxomastor and Victoria M.,
who will hear the silks of Mr. Earl,
a sportsman of N'sw Jersey, this yenr,
s the most forward two-year-old quar
tered at the Jamoatown Jockey Club's
track. He turned a half in fifty-six
seconds over a fast ttack Sunday
morning, and con Lelghton, tho man
who brought him up from Charleston,
pays he will show some speed before
the week is out.
BourgeolB is pointing for a race to be
run the opening day. If Ielghton'a
reputation for veracltv was not fixed
he might find it difficult to convince
folks that this Bourgeois Is a two-year-old.
Thn colt, n biff bay with block
points, stands lust .under sixteen hands,
, and has the development of a thrco-year-old
H? haa powerful shoulders,
a splendid middle piece, and well de
vtlored quarters, and he weighs nil of
His legs and feet look as though they
might endure forever, and, Letghton, a
man .if wide experience, predicts that
he will prove tin uncommcnlv " tough
campaigner. Bourgeois started five times
at Charleston, finishing second twice
But lit- did not do his best In South
Carolina. His racing at Palmetto Park
was intended merely as preliminary
work for the Norfolk meeting.
I.eichtnn had no Intention of hurry
ing such a big youngster. Bourgeois 'is
home bred. Mr. Karl, who owned and
raced his dam. a daughter of fjold
S)lniiir, bred bv Jamps B. Haggln,
raised the oolt at the Crawfoid farm In
.Monmouth county. Now Jcrpty.
Pat. "".' Yl" 'l veteran hirseman, who
watched Bourgeois run at Charlcston.and
was deeply improved bv his way of
handling hlniaelf, predicts thut the son
of Rurgomaster will make the bent
two-year-old of the Norfolk and Pint
lb o meetings.
Cotnfnz Coon, the only horse known
to have been raised at the old Graves,
end race traek, lias recovered from the
cold he developed Just after his ar
rival at Norfolk and Is snlloplng again,
uelghton bad hlro on the track Sunday
with Hilda Maid, and he galloped u
mile at a two-minute clip. His short
Hpell of sickness dj.l not nut him .Lack,
and he will be racing next week.
Hudas Maid Angular.
Hildas Maid, a sister of Hudas Sis
ter, Ib a lightly put up, angular miss
of the Blues type with a trick of break
ing from the uarrier light lightning
and moving quickly into her stride. She
will win here.
One of the two-year-olds Pat Olvlll
brought down from Bennlng is a
daughter of Sain and La Sorelia, and
a full sister to Emperor William. Sho
Is compactly made and active and la
ready to run us well as are all of Mr.
Clvill's horses. The Sain filly has a
Mkoly two-year-old stablemate In a
chestnut colt by Bannockburn out of
All of Clvill's horses came from Bar
ney Schreiber's "Woodlands stud in Mis
souri. Four of them are three-year-olds.
These are Little Erne, a brown colt by
6ain; Ttidgeland and Sheriff Gannigan,
respectively a chestnut and a brown, by
Deutschland (he a son of Sain), nnd
Aplastar, a bay by Bannockburn.
Sheriff Gannigan is the only maiden
In the lot. The others won la3t season
and Sheriff Gannigan Is pretty sure to
get a purse here during tho spring
meeting of the Jamestown Jockey Club,
which begins Easter Monday to con
tinue until the 27th of April. Clvlll is
not given to tho extravagant practice
of carrying dead ones about the
Pimlico Will Open
Season This Month
BALTIMORE, Md., April 2. The Pim
lico track will be open for spring rac
ing on April 2, according to latest ad
vices. The meeting will follow close
upon that at Norfolk, which is sched
uled to start Easter Monday. Pimlico
will be allotted wenty-slx days of rac
ing, thirteen for the spring and thir
teen for the fall. The meet Is expected
tt close on May 11.
Laurel will open up after the Pimlico
dales, "Curley" Brown's track getting
sVteen days for the two seasons. The
In n..n ..... ...u i rw n
Laurel have separate dates eliminates
the conflicts which obtained before. The
Laurel hunt clubs come in for a three
, days' meeting. The week of the con
vention, starting June 21, has been ob
tained by the Gentleman's Driving
Te ?R0GRG-SS OF CIVIL 1-Z.fVTJONf. XHOSe Lob3e &USS ALWAYS HfVJe SMETHfAlCa
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Only nine more days.
No, we fans don't like this rain, but
we'd rather have it tumble down upon
our heads now than Just after tho
regular season opens, it's going to be
a long, weary wait for most of us be
tween tho 9th nnd the lSth. so the rain
gods may no well clean up right off tho
Western Is real winner.
Catholic University, though white
washed by the Nationals, has nothing
of which to bo ashamed. The Tied and
Black team Is as strong aa the next
college nine, and "Chief" Greene, by
eliminating his feverish deslro to got
runners napping, can be most formida
ble. The team Is well balanced and
always dangerous. It Is too bad tho
Brooklanders won't meet Georgetown,
this year, for the battlo would be most
Pimlico Is stirring.
FEINLI UY PITCH
IN TODAY'S GAME
Georgetown Team Hopes to
Win After Whitewash
Victory Over Lafayette.
Georgetown will meet Columbia this
afternoon In the second game of the big
week holiday games. Coach Sprlgman
has selected Chris Felnll to work for
the Blue and Gray team and from the
exhibition given by the pitcher against
the Nationals on Saturday an excep
tional performance should be credited
to the popular twlrler. Fury will do
Columbia comes with several star
players, notably ICelndl, reputed the best
first baseman In the colleges today.
Keindl Is also a basketball player of
ability and has played for several years
on the Light Blue and White. Tho Co
lumbia team has had but few games
this year, but on form should be a
strong contender In today's game.
With the first game of the big series
of the week safely tucked away with
Lafayette's defeat yesterday by 4 to 0,
Georgetown is looking forward to the
games to come with the assurance that
big Dave White Is there with the goods.
The big fellow had everything yester
day that goes to make a heady pitcher
and combined with faultless support be
hind htm succeeded in shutting out La
fayette with ease.
Ryan, utility fielder for Georgetown,
furnished the sensations In the game by
grabbing everything that came his way
including one catch that was thought
to be out of his reach.
The Score :
0 4 0 0
0 1 10 0 0
0 0 0 10
0 0 10 0
0 0 3 10
0 0 2 10
0 0 4 0 0
0 10 2 0
0 0 10 0
0 0 0 3 0
0 2 6 0 0
0 0 13 0 1
0 0 10 1
0 0 0 4 0
White, p.. .
Totals... 4 4 27 5
Georgetown 1 0 10 10 10
Lafayette 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
I,oft on bases Georgetown, 8; Lafayette. 5.
First ba on balls Oft White, li off Nugent,
5. Struck out Dy White. 9; by Nugent. C.
Two-base hits Fury. White. Helfricli. Dou
ble play Hollander to Daly to Chapman.
Hit by pitcher By White. 1 (Wright): by
Nugent. 1 (Davis). 'Passed ball Wright
Umpire Mr Colliflowcr. Time of game 1
hour and M minutes.
BINGLES AND BUNTS
By Grantland Rice.
"IVovr, Johnnr." piped tbe teacher to a freckle-featured
Who rrnn wondering liovr "Wagner hit the hall,
"Will yon kindly rise a moment from your dally class
And tell ua what they mean by 'The rUeallT
And Johnny set n record, for he didn't daltr Ions
As he rose up with the answer, void of dnubtl
"It's wot we hand de pitcher wen dey're setttn' to 'lm
TAKE 'I SI OUT! TAKK ISI OUT! TAKE '181 OUTl"
Players to Be Fined
For Late Reporting
CINCINNATI, Ohio. April 2. The Na
tional Baseball Commission yesterday
restored to good standing W. G. Dell, of
the SL Louis National League club.
Dell failed to report for the season of
1911, his argument being that he was
dlxsatlBflcd with the salary offered him.
Tho commission Issued a warning that
hereafter players who are offered a
reasonable salary' by a major league
club for their first season will be fined
If they refuse to report for duty.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., April 2. Can
didates for football will bo called out
within the next week, according to
Until Dan Moeller undergoes an op
eration ho may bo forced from tho
Nationals' line-up almost any time this
season, often, too, when his presence
might be absolutely necessary. The
fleet gardener should waste no time In
having hinges put on his weak shoul
der and a Btrong padlock attached to
the Joint, for wo may need him later on.
Owen Moran Is beaten.
Groundkecpers of the various golf
clubB around Washington are welcom
ing tho rain, which Is bringing the grass
out In full force. Chevy Chase, Colum
bia, and the Washington Country Club
will soon wear a midsummer appear
ance with tho Intermittent rain and
sunshine, Aa Boon as the dry weather
permits a number of golfing devotees
will be out In full force.
Virginia loses to Lush.
Baseball games which will be watched
closely to get a line on the relative mer
its of the high school baseball teams
are those between Central and tho Car
dinals, of Alexandria, and Tech and
Gallaudet. Eastern will try out with
Georgetown Prep, tho game having
Mattls and Allen have gone,
"Skcets" Hayes, shortstopplng for the
Catholic University, yesterday raised
him even higher In the fans' esti
mation. Tho lanky boy got next to
everything and made a couple of stops
that caused C'npt. George McBrlde to
applaud heartily. Hayes Is considered
one of the best of the shortstops In the
And It's wot wo hand de empire wen ho cracks our
final hopo: "Get a rope! Got a rope! Got a rope!"
And It's wot wo slip de leader of a collar-flghtln
clan: "Get a can! Get a can! Get a can!"
The Recall, for all Its present vogue, Is old stuff.
Tho first dazzling young slabraan who looked like an
other Cy Young thirty-nine years ago, got it when they
crated him back from Chicago to Fort Wayne, collect
And If this iBii't proof enough there's the caso of
Shortstop Adam, of tho Eden Club in the old Euphrates
Totals... 0 4 23 10 4
Holy Cross at Catholic University,
Vermont at Georgetown.
Central at Langdbn.
Princeton vs. Baltimore.
Navy vs. Columbia.
Athletics vs. Phillies, at Shlbe
Cardinals vs. Browns.
Yankees at Indianapolis.
Giants vs. Nationals.
Red Sox vs. Dayton, at Dayton.
Buffalo vs. Athens, at Athens, Ga.
Cleveland vs. New Orleans.
Annual amateur championship of
America at clay pigeons begins at
Travers Island, N. Y,
Opening of the annual bench show
of the Portland Kennel Club, Port
Southern championship speed boat
races begin on the Matanzas course,
Jack Britton vs. Ray Temple, twen
ty roundB, at Oakland. Cal.
Pitches No-Hit Game
For Vermont Team
LEXINGTON. Va.. April 2. Malcolm
pitched a no-lilt game ' yesterday
against Washington and Lee, whosJ
only run was made on a base on balls,
two stolen bases, and an error. Tho
same teams play again today.
V. of Vt.... 0 3 10 0 0 2 1 07 12 I
W. and L.. 00010000 0102
Battel les Malcolm . and Mayforth;
Tompkins and Donahue.
Fred Westervelt, the Washington um
pire, appointed by Ban Johnson for the
American League this seuBun, is um
piring the games at Richmond and this
week, nichmond plays the Boston Na
aionals today and tomorrow, and meets
the Montreal team, of the International
League, Friday and Saturday.
Capt. nonus Wagner
Capt. Hans V agncr. of ths Pirates. Is
the latest baseball convert to golf.
Honus tried It at Hot Springs, where
several of the players were devotees,
and liked It so much that now he can
hardly wait for a chance to "swat the
pesky little ball around," as he puts It.
Mandot Whips Moran.
MEMPHIS, Tenn.. April 2.-Joe Man
dot, of New Orleans, won the decision
over Owen Moran last night In an eight
round bout, before the National Ath
A Fertile Spojt.
No one will ever know Ju3t what a good ball town
Washington, D. C. also U. S. A. is, until some man
ager is lucky enough to furnish the citizens thereof a
team up among the contenders.
It's a matter of some doubt if New York or Chicago
would outdraw this city on a steady run where its
clammy athletes were in poking distance of tho flag.
How many paid-in souls would New York, Chicago,
or Philadelphia average with a team grapneled through
a weary stretch of years to seventh place? Nino and
three-quarters is right. If Griff can only demolish the
sempiternal hoodoo which has harassed the spot where
Colonel Roosevelt is willing to return, the gate receipts
would not only turn J. P. Morgan a mottled blue with
envy, but there Is also the chance that we may be will
ing to let our name go before the Baltimore convention
with four years of local residency ahead.
Extended a Bit.
Tide, Time and Ty for no man wait;
They dally not within tho gate,
But with a spurt they hit the dirt,
Where he who tags is alwaye late.
They go forever hurtling by;
Forever on tho speedway fly;
But while they flash in record dash
The fastest of the three is Ty.
The Perfect Laxative
For Elderly People
New Orleans carries an athlete by the name of Mar
tini. If we felt In the mood we could introduce "Bugs"
Raymond into tho controversy and establish at least a
class B bonmot But sterner matters beckpn us along.
"Ball players," announces an esteemed co-pal of the
Sporting Pen, "are only human after all." The author
of these stirring lines was evidently never a pitcher
forced to face Lajole, Baker, Cobb, or Wagner four
times in one afternoon.
Chicago may not care for grand opera in bulk, but
here's 8 to 3 that the "Tlnker-to-Evers-to-Chance" re
frain crowds Alexander and tho Beautiful Doll spasm
into the cobwebs. It's tho Marseillaise, Dixie, and
Yankee Doodle of Cook county or as much of it as may
border or appertain to the West Side, For some straugo
reason it is not as popular along Broadway aB George
M. Cohan at the top of, his game.
Brings Rowing Secrets
For Eli Varsity Boat
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. April 2, Clos
lng a month's tilp to England to study
old world rowing, William Averlll Har
riman, Yale, '13, son of tho late Edward
Hurriinan, returned to Yale yesterday.
He stated that he was pleasod with his
reception, but will not discuss his trip
at length till after he has filed his
formal report with the Yale rowing
Jeannette Is Chesty
Over Easy Victory
NEW YORK. April 2. Joe Jeannetto's
chest completely Mils his vest today, fol
lowing his easy victory lust night over
Griff Jones, a hurd-hltting heavyweight.
Referee Dan Tone decided at the end of
the fourth round that Griff had enough
nnd stopped the bout. Jones was on the
tloor twice and was badly cut about the
eyes, nose, and lips.
Hayes and Dorando
In Big Marathon
BERLIN, April 2. The International
Marathon, originally proposed for Mon
aco, France, will be held here May 20.
Johnny Hayes, winner of the last Olym
pic games marathon, and Pletro Do
rando, his closest competitor, are en
tries. '1 -
Battle Hanging Fire.
CHICAGO, April 2. Jack Johnson,
champion heavyweight pugilist, who
has returned to Chicago for a week, ex
pects to meet Jim Flynn, the Pueblo
fireman, and Jack Curley, the promoter,
within a few days, and make final ar
. for the coming champion
.vhs announced by Johnson
last night, ulll arrive In Chicago today.
Curley Is said to be on his way here
A date and place for the fight is ex
pected to be fixed at this coming joint
New Motor Record
A new world's record for one mile
on a circular dirt trai'k has just been
established by l.ouls Dlsbroiv. Driving
the .lav Eye See. n 290-horsr power rac
ing c.r, on a track at San Diego, Cal..
he cut tne former record of 51 4-5 sec
onds to 2s seconds, a reduction of
13 1-5 seconds. The record is official,
as It was made at a meet sanctioned
bv" the American Automobile Associa
tion. The time made bv P'ahrow. who
promises to bo n big factor In this
J oar's cor.teslA, w.11 !'3.26 miles an hour
lie alro set a world's record for twelve
mllen over a dirt track, covering it in
Harvard Varsity Is
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., April 2.-The
opening spring football practice of the
Harvard squad was begun yesterdav on
Soldiers' Field with thirty-eight candi
dates out. Only three of the number
were veterans Captain Wendell, Gard
ner and Parmenter. Coach Haughton
fmt" the men through an hour's work
n passing, sprinting and falling on the
ball, while Captain Fisher of last year's
team assisted in the work. At tho same
time the track men came out for their
flrt wnrir on tn field. 110 men reporting.
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Most elderly, peoplo are troubled in
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of belching, drowsiness after eating,
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The remedy that fills all theso re
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