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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912.
Tech and Eastern Hook Up Today in Battle to Decide Runner-Up in High School Series
TECH Hi EASTERN
BATTLE FOR SECOND
PUCE IN SERIES
Both Teams Have Been De
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ON PROBABLE WINNER
-ast dame for Two of Capitol
Hill School Ath-
Powell. L. E. JJnWr. t p
William. L. T. White. L T.
Brockwell. L. G. Sunnl t. n
Qrter, C. EeWndnrf o
B'ker, R. G. Boyer. R. G.
Watkins. R. T. Glhuon P T
Fisher, R. E. Steed. Pro.Ue. BR
Wells. 0. B. McKnn n n
Cohlll, L. H. Putnam. L. H.
Smith, R. H. Ockenreiter, R. H.
Armstrong, F. B. Davis, ProsUe, F.B.
Referee Mr. Gass, of Lehigh. Urn
pire Mr. Nielsen, of Nebraska.. Time
of quarters 10 minutes.
By BRYAN MORSE.
Eaatern and Ttch are to battlo at
union league Park today for second
Place In the annual high school cham
pionship Series, llnth ioiim. !,,. v....
defeated by Central High School, the
only losses In their high school games
this season. The honor of runner-up Is
to be decided with nastern a lighter
icuin, using an tne speeyl at Its com
mand, and Tech. with a heavier ir.u
Ration, pitting its brawn against tho
uasmng uapitol Hill athletes.
Coach McCaffery, of Eastern High
School, Is making no prediction on tim
score. Ho bases his calculations on the
fact that ho has as fast .1 backllelJ as
can be boasted of tho high schools In
Cohlll and Smith. McCaffery thinks he
in mu Buiuuon 01 ine recn problem
and will use these two speedy Halfbacks
to the limit In the effort to win
Tech Is pinning Its hopes on Ochen
relter, Davis and McKlnncy In the back
field, and White. Roberts. Steed.
Kcltcndorf and Gibson In the line.
Coach Hecox, too. Is malting no pre
dictions but argues that his team will
be able to ovcrcomo the lighter Cast
erners. Gass to Referee.
The game Is scheduled to start at
8.30. Referee Jack Gass will act In his
usual capacity, while Fred Ncilsen will
be the umpire. It Is assured that a
capacity crowd will nil the park. East
cm Is closely following Us team, vvhll-j
Tech Is ready to take Its 1,000 students
to cheer for the Maroon and Gray
Today's performance will mark East
ern's last try for the year, and will bo
the last time that Cohlll and Smith . ill
be found In the Light Illue and Whlto
Uniform Cohlll has played In but two
games this season, while Smith has
been one of the most brilliant of high
school backs this ear. Cohlll and
Smith were the boys who defeated Busi
ness and knocked the Orange and Blue
out ot the championship race. Smith
ran eighty yards for a touchdown on an
Intercepted pass, while Cohlll earned
the distinction of being the only high
school player to successfully negotiate
a dropklck In the series
Look to White.
White, the giant Tech tackle, will bo
colled upon to do tho bulk of the work
this afternoon, whllo Captain Ecken
dorf. at center. Is looked upon as being
able to take the measure of the East
erners on end runs. That the game will
be hard fought from start to finish goes
without saying. Both teams are out for
the second place position, and both
mean to win all the way.
No predictions liavo been made on tho
score. Both teams were defeated by
Central High Bchool by a single touch
down. Tech was heavier than Central,
and Eastern will nearly approach Tech
In weight. It will be a toss up, ac
cording to the dopesters, as to which
will be able to outgamo and outgeneral
Joe O'Brien Announces
Himself as Candidate
NEW YORK. Nov. 19,-Joe O'Brien,
fanner secretary for the Giants, has
launched his campaign to succeed Tom
Lynch as president of the National
League, and Is believed to have throo
votes already, Chicago, Brooklyn, and
Philadelphia. His recent trip to the
West was to obtain Barney Dreyfuss'
vote, and ho Is now actively pursuing
Jim Gaffney for tho noston vote If he
obtains Ave otes, he will be the new
president. Four will keep Lynch In his
O'Brien la back In New York, closing
his personal affairs with tho New York
club, lie Is also booming his campaign
for the presidency. Ho will remain here
throughout the meeting ot the league
Hoppe Is Expected
To Win Championship
NEW YORK. Nov. 19 It looked like
WUllo Hoppe as tho billiard champion
of tho world again today. Tho little
New Yorker, who now holds tho title,
made a great showing last night against
George Sutton, defeating tho veteran by
tOO to 140, and playing his best game of
George Slosson also defeated KoJI
Yamada, 00 to 331, and Is tied for sec
Are Picking McGoorty.
NEW YORK. Nov. 19 Friends of
Eddie McGoorty, who fights Mike Gib
bons here on December 3 wero offering
7 against 10 today that Eddie gets the
popular decision over tho St. Paul
crack. McGoorty. training In the
Bronx, Is apparently In the best shapo
now ho has ever been The adwtnco
salo for this match already has topped
the 3,0CO maik.
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fflfeSiE"- OfcS j, - jfcs tjife FOOLISH CHJE5TKDM5Maft46g5i&5,
SELECTS HIS TEAM
Names Athletes to Represent Georgetown at South At
lantic Cross-Country Championship Chapman
Coach Jim Mulligan, of the George
town University track team, this morn
ing selected the squad which Is to rep
resent the Blue and Gray Institution in
the big South Atlantic cross-country
championship which Is to be held In
Ualtlmore on December 1. Ai only
scen men aro allowed to be entered
from any one team, several of the Hill
top candidates will have to enter un
attached If they run, as only John
Gallagher, the Oljmplc runner, who
last year won the Yale-Harvard fresh
man cross-country race; llattls, who
finished third In the same race, Iiowlcs,
formerly of a l'eiinsjlvanla college;
Chick Laudvn, one oflat ear's track
letter men; Leo Iawlor, a cross-country
man of experience from Couders
port. Pa., Cook, formerly of the Toledo,
Ohio, Central High School, and Don
nelly, of the Troy, N. Y High Bchool,
will bo entered by the Uluo and Oiay
management as representatives of tho
West End university.
It had been the Intention to enter Ed
Chapman, Georgetown's great quartcr
mllcr, In the cross-country run, but It
has been decided that no chances will
bo taken that might Injure tho former
Fordhamtte's chances of winning short
er rares during the winter, and accord.
Ingly Chapman's entry has btcn
Entry List Large.
According to advices received from
Baltimore, this year's race will be tho
greatest In the history of tho event, as
not only is tho entry list larger than
ever before, but the caliber of the con
testants Is nlso much higher than In
former years. Teams have been en
tered from the majority of the Houth
Atlantic colleges, as well as practi
cally all the athletic clubs of tho vi
cinity. This is tho first ear that col
It ge teams wire allowed to be entertd,
and at first few colleges exhibited tiny
Interest in tho affair, but now that the
ban has been lifted by the board of
managers, one of the liveliest cham
pionships ever held In tho South over
FOGEL NOW WOULD
Admits He Is Trying
Sell His Baseball
ii?rTtr VAnv Va in tVhtti.i
Horace Fogel of Philadelphia will get
Ills wish unu uuvu uie iuvvaiisuiiut,
of his charges against President
Lynch and tho staff of umpires of
the National League postponed will
not be determined until the magnates
get together on November 26 All of
tho club owners have received a let
ter from Fogel asking the delay, ex-
l-l l !.... !.. llkll..lntiln .lilt.
s on the market and he must be
given time to put through that deal
before answering the Lynch charges.
It has been decided, however, that
Under the rules the meeting must bo
....... l.HAr1 nn.l Man l urilnnrn.
neiu Un Jiiuuucu, mm i.iv., nujwu...-
ment ! believed be-Bt, a resolution to
that effect must be formally adopted.
Fogel In his letter admits that he Is
contemplating getting out of the
I I, la nn.lnln Ihn Mllh nll'n-
ers will welcome this, as It will au
tomatically enu uiu prujiuocu uivooii
gation. Rochester Gets Barrows.
CHICAGO. Nov. 19. Tho White Sox
. I a Dnlnn,. tliipmura (in mitfsilrl.
llttVG BUIU IVUIUVttU JimiwiiD, a uuvtwu
er, to the Rochester club of tho Inter
national lfUfiUf. IU IHUjVU Willi J--
Hcy t'ltv last season, hitting for more
WELC01E DELAY OF
I - -i ,
the hills and dales should bo experi
Resides Georgetown, the other col
leges which will be represented are:
Richmond College, Virginia Military
institute, Washington and Lee. Uni
versity of North Carolina, Oeorgo
Washington University, Catholic Uni
versity, North Carolina Agricultural
and Mechanical College. Johns Hopkins
University. Ualtlmore city College, and
I'ol)technlc Institute. The Cross Coun
trv flub of Ualtlmore. the Washington
Athletic Club, the Central Y. M. C. A.
of Ualtlmore, and probably the Y. M.
('. A. of Washington, and the Memo
rial Athletic Club are the best amateur
organizations that will bo represented.
Many Cracks Out.
Tho race for first place promises to
develop Into a battle between Johnny
Gullagher, the Georgetown star; llattls,
alio of Georgetown; Freddie Lee, the
great distance runner from Johns Hop
kins, who nearly defeated John Paul
Jones In the mile race at tho George
town games last March, Elphlnstone,
of tho Ualtlmore Cross Country Club,
the present champion, and D. W.
Ueachy, of Roanoke, Va,, a hill and
dale artist of note, who is confident of
winning a high place In the big race.
As the recent action of the board of
managers of the South Atlantic Asso
ciation of the Amateur Athletic Union
ulso permits tho entry of preparatory
school athletes for the hill and dale
race. It is not unlikely that several
school boy stars will be uncovered on
IWembcr 7. Entries have already been
received from Roanoke High School and
Ualtlmore High, and several other high
schools are expected to be represented.
Three regulation A. A. U. die medals
will bo awarded to the athletes tlnlsh
ing tlMt, second, and third, whllo a
team trophy will be awarded to tho
squad of four men making the least
number of points.
The race will bo run over a six and
one-half mile course, starting at the
Walbrook Athletic Club, and as the
course Is an Ideal one, no 'condition of
the weatheT will cause a postponement,
for the roads aro In excellent condition
at all times. Tho races will start at
.30 sharp, and should be finished by
3,20 at the latest.
CO. K. WINS ITS
1 0A1E IN
Company L Is Defeated in
First of Series aL
Members of tho National Guard Bas
ketball League are receiving congratu
lations today upon the successful start
of the league season, which began last
night with a game between Company L
and Company K. Company K was re
turned tho winner by 12 to i.
Superior passing by the winners en
abled them to total their points while
tho guards, covered up in exceptional
stjle. The losers showed considerable
promise, and with practice expect to
como forward rapidly.
Tor Company K, Boyd and Spanghlt
were the principal sources of point
making. Their throws were cleverly
executed, and they managed to so score
10 points for their team. Heavers and
Ullrich were thu bulwarkB of Com
Cant C. Eugeno Edwards, president
of the league, opened the season with
a speech, The line-up and summary
Company 1C Positions. Company L.
Rojd L. r Mills
Spanghlt R. F Linklns
Easton Center Seovcrs
Seltmann L. a Wlthington
Hutterly R. o Ullrirh
Goals from II floor Uod (2), Easton (3)
Spanghlt, Scavers, and Ullrich. Referee
Mr Ross. Timer Mr. Stuli, Tlmo of
halves 15 minutes.
FRANK BAKER KILLS YOUTH THREATENS
BIG LEAGUE STARS
Cuban Fans Sour on Ath
letics Because of Their
HAVANA, Nov. 13.-The mighty slug
ging of Frank Uakcr, hero of the lull
world's series between tho New York
Giants and the Philadelphia Athletics
has soured all Cuba on American base
ball trams, and as soon as tho present
trip of the White Elephants is con
cluded, Cuban teams will play among
themselves and never again tamper with
the really good teams of the American
It has been Uaker's delight to come
to bat In pinches ever since landing In
this city and send careening to tho
fenco one of those wonderful slashing
drives of his, ending the hopes ot tho
home tram to tako the victory. I laker
haa killed tho golden gooso of the
Cuban diamonds. Sunday's victory by
the Athletics over the Almendares. the
result of Render's air-tight pitching
and Uaker's murderous slugging, has
completely broken the spirit of the
Cy Rlgler, the National League um
pire, who has been gathering a team of
National League players for a trip to
this city, has been notified that tho
deal Is off. The fans here are enraged
at ths treatment handed their best
pitchers by tho batsmen of the Ath
letics and tho way their sluggers are
made to look ridiculous by the great
twirling of Render, Plank, and Coombs
"I have called off that trip ot Rig
lei's team," said the promoter today,
"becauso It would surely result in
heavy losses. The Havana fans ex
pected at least an even break with the
Athletics, instead, the have seen
their pet defeAtc-d with ridiculous
ease. Now they refuse to look at any
more games "
'Tho last time wo camo to Havana,"
said Eddlo Collins, captain of tho
barnstorming Athletics, "wo made no
pretense at playing good ball It was
a Joy ride for us Wo had Just copped
the world's championship and the
strain was off. This year, though,
we have attended to our knitting. We
haven't tried to let tho homo boys
win whenever possible Wo havo gono
right along playing the kind of bnll
we played all during the past sea
son. I'm sorry we, havo spoiled the
game for Rider's hunch, but we're
not down here to bo beaten. Wo
haven't seen any pitching ot that ws
can't solve and, say, tho way Bender.
Coombs, and Plank arc fooling those
sluggers. It's really a shame"
The rooters here have soured upon
the Invaders. Every time the plajers
take the field they are greeted with
hoots and curses, most of which go
over the heads of tho Americans, who
do not understand the lunguage.
However, nothing serious Is expected
to tako place. The series will soon ho
done and It Is possible that the Ath
letics are the last bunch of big leag
uers to visit Havana. At last Havana
realizes the difference betwoen a
major and a minor league outfit In
the United States,
The Athletics rubbed II into the
Cubans yesterday, winning 10 to 5 over
the Havana team, supposed to be the
champion outfit of tho island Thu c
tory was hissed by mo small crowd
present When Raker crashed a doublo
to right, scoring two iimnsrj, ho was
greeted with a dead silence.
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Fourteen-Year-Old Boy May
Eclipse Work of Wizard
CHICAGO. Nov. IS Tho title of
champion billiard plaer of the world
may soon rest on the head of a fourteen-year-old
boy about as big as a cue.
He is Walter Cochran, who halls from
Iowa, and Is now rounding Into a world
Cochran'a instructor, "Professor"
Perkins. Is the man who coached Calvin
Dcmarcat and any number of high class
blllladlsts, and ho declares that not only
Is joung Cochran the most promising
pupil ho ever had In his forty-five years
experience, but that tho boy will bo
greater than tho lato Wlxard Shaefer.
If ou understand billiard language,
consider this latest feat of th bo won
der: Ho averaged & G-3t In a class A
18.2 Inch balk line tournament, to tho
amazement of Chicago experts. He
continues to amaze thoso same experts
by tho skill ho shows In his dally
The lad was "discovered" by his
father, who Is a hotel keeper In Man
son, Iowa. Two years ago ho ob
served tho marvelous skill of his
twelve-year-old son. and. disagreeing
with the celebrated scientist, Herbcr
Spencer, who declared skill at bil
liards to be "evidence of a misspent
life." he brought little Walter to Chi
cago and turned him over to Prof.
Perkins. Cochran. sr considers a
bachelor of billiards degree Just as
good as a college sheepskin, and
Cochran, Jr., agrees with him.
The boy Is modest about it, though.
When tho scribe asked him to talk
about himself, his experience and am
bitions, ho answered:
"Oh, I guess there Isn't much to
say You'd better talk to Mr. Perkins
about It." The avernge kid In his
place might have said. "See Perk,"
but Walter Is as coWtcoua us ho is
Tho best thing about Walter is that,
in spite of his wonderful ulft. he l
Just a regular boy, unspoiled by pralso
unu uurmruuun, unu naving no bad
He does not smoko cigarettes.
BOSTON. Nov. 19. Davo Shean. for
mer second baseman of tho Boston Na
tional League Baseball Club and last
season with, tho Providence club, was
married today to Miss Eleanor C. Too
mey. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
13. Toomoy, of East Uoaton. The cere
raonv was performed this morning In
the Church of tho Most Holy Redeemer.
Came Through Safely.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Nov. 39.
Pennslvanla's varsity eleven camo
through the Carllslo contest safely, no
one receiving more than bruises or
scrutches. Today light practice was In
order after jesterdaj's rest, and the
coaches are Jubilant over tho chances
of winning from Cornell on Thanksgiv
ing. $3, $3.50 and $4
Beacon Shoes are made to
sell at standard prices. That
is why so many men wear
MOON'S Beacon Boot Shop
1111 Pa. Ave. Opposite Postoffice
HOW TEAMS WIN
Giants Lead Both Leagues in Runs, With Total of 822,
Against 799 For the Red Sox Nationals In
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By GEORGE I.
It takes runs' to win games and It
takes games to win pennants.
in the record of runs scored, tho New
York and Uoston teams, winners of the
two major league pennant races, were
leaders for the season of 1912. The
Giants led both leagues In runs, with a
total of i.. against TW for the Red Sox.
Tho latter team, however, led the
Giants In having fewer runs scored
against them. The total number of
tallies sent over the rubber against
Stahl and hhi boys was 511, while
against tho McGraw crew C71 were sent
across. In the runs scored by opponents
the Pirates led tho National League,
only KB being scored against them.
One peculiar happening In both leagues
Is thut three clubs in each circuit led
their opponents, tho other live being be
hind on runs scored. New York, Pitts
burgh, and Chicago took tho honors In
the National, and Roston, the Athletics,
and Washington in tho American.
In tho matter of runs scored, as stat
ed above. New York and Roston led
tho two leagues; on tho other hand,
tho other two clubs In those cities were
the tallendcrs in the races. Boston had
tho most runs scored them, K70, whllo
the Highlanders wero last In tho Amer
ican, with 842.
Tho eight clubs In the National scored
moro runs than did the eight clubs
In the American, with 11,316, against
10,0 for the rival league.
The totals of runs scored per Inning
by tho sixteen clubs shows some Inter
esting facts. It shows that Cleveland
scored more runs In tho first Inning than
any other club, 119, while the St. Louis
Nationals had the same number scored
against them In tho same Inning
Pittsburgh and Roston Americans
wero the only teams to cross the pinto
over 100 times In three different Innings.
The Giants wero tho winners hi stor
ing the most runs In one Inning, with
127 In tho third Inning. Ronton Ameri
can led In tho smallest number of runs
scored against them In uny ono Inning,
with 5S In the eighth Inning.
In both leagues tho first Inning proved
the best scoring session, which only
shows how hard tho teams try to get
tho Jump by sending runs u round In
the opening round.
In each league a nlneteen-lnnlng gnmo
was plujcd. with Itttsburgh defeating
Roston nnd Washington handing It to
the Athletics Neither league had an
elghtecn-lnnlng game, although both
Pittsburgh and Roston scored two runs
In that Inning. Tho White Sox defeat
ed tho Tigers In a seventeen-lnnlng
game. Tho National League did not
havo any extra-Inning gnmes that re
nulrod 15, 16, 17 or IS Innings, whllo the
American failed to havo u 15 or an 1S
In the official averages for tho Amerl
can League, Just Issued, the statistician
of that organisation gives Washington
7 runs more than It really scored, whllo
ho takes from Roston 5, Cleveland 1,
New York 4, and Chicago 3. Runs aro
Specific Biood Poison
Everyone realizes that this disease is a blood infection of the most '
powerful nature, the virus of which so thoroughly poisons the corpuscles
' "" tircuiauon mac us symptoms are lnamiesteu over almost the en
tire body. First corae3 a tiny sore or pimple, theu the mouth and throat
ulcerate, glands in the groin swell, the hair begins to fall out, skin dis
eases break out on the body, and even the bones ache with rheumatic
pains. Only a real blood purifier can have any curative effect on a blood
poison so powerful as this. S. S. S. is the greatest of all blood puri
fiers; it goes into the circulation and by thoroughly cleansing the blood
of every particle of the insidtou3 virus makes a permanent and lasting:
cure of Specific Dlood Poison. If you are suffering with this disease
S. S. S. will cure you because it will purify your
ff'rtEi Sjs,fK blood and enrich its health-promoting corpuscles.
" C S. S. S. is so absolutely safe and certain in its results
tJ J ,p tllat ever'one may cure themselves at home and bo
IVoiS assured the cure will be permanent and lasting.
raTHjOCtrw S S" 9 n PurL',v vegetable remedy, being made cn
HsbJWED if tirely of roots, herbs and barks, and it will certainly
cure Specific Blood Poison in all of its forms and
stages, No trace of the old trouble
Treatment Book and any medical advice free to all.
. TtlE.SWlFT.SPEClFlC COATLANTACA.
runs, nnd It doei not make any differ
enco whether they are scored officially
or not; they count Just the same. There
Is no rxcuso for making mistakes tn
that department; If they make mistakes
In tho run column It is a question if
the have not done so In others.
I Bowling Bouts.
Smith, of tho Genoos, in tho Car
rol Council, K of C League, proved
good enough to win two of tho three
games against the Columblns. The
anchor man fell down In hts first
game, but toppled over 100 and 127 In
his last two.
Acton and Miles, of the Keane Coun
cil, In the Northeastern League,
fell down In the second came of the
series and Capitols won. Rowling con
sistently In the first and third game?
Keano munaged to take two out of
Navy Yard was Just a little better
than Bureau in tho Departmental
League, topping each game rolled by
the Engraving team. O Nclll of tho
losers was the star performer with
an average of more than 100,
In tho samo circuit Pension took
three easy games from Treasury, the
money men being unable to get their
stilde In anv of the three contests.
Parker was the leader with 125, 103,
Holmeads, In the Arcade League,
walked off with three from the G.
1' O team in rather cosy fashion.
Price led all tho others with threo
Station No L rJSmped away with
the Ticket Office team In the R. R.
Y M C A. League, taking all threo
games In easy manner For tho win
ners Thompson has tho high score.
Two good DO) games put tho Pioneers
ahead in tho big pin games In tho Col
onial league over tho Virginians. Pio
neers won nil threo due to the elever
rolling of Thomas, who averaged 1S7,
The Aggies camo fur enough ahead
In tho Departmental leaguo with tho
big pins to win out over tho Interior
ti am. Gorman's 200 199 and 209 put him
In tho lead for tho honors.
Judd & Detwcller, In tho Commer
cial League, nosed out two out of the
threo wins over the Star, getting E1C,
479 and 47 Quantrelle, of tho winners,
was tho leading Bpeller of tho evening.
Tho Rlucs won threo from thn Reds
In the Westminster League, whllo tho
Greens took threo from tho Whites.
Only Twelve Left.
Thero are onlv twelve of the original
world's champion Mnckmcn who
slaughtered the Cubs in 1910 left on
is left when S. S. S. cures. Hoinn
Schedule of Games
CINCINNATI. Ohio, Nov. U. Al
though a manager Is yet to be named
for next season, the Reds have already
booked an attractive list of spring prac.
tlce games, including three with tho
world s champion Red Sox of the Amer
The team will leave Cincinnati on
llarch 4 for Trench Lick Springs, re
maining there four days and then rolng
to Mobile. Ala. Thev will remain in
Mobile until March 26, when they will
return direct to Cincinnati. On March
29. 30, and 31 they will play the New
York Americans; on April 4, 5, and 6.
the Roston Americans, and on April 7. 8.
, tho Detroit Americana. o"enng tho
regular season here on April 10.
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clothing wear R -K. clothes.
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$10.00 to $30.00
The Man's Dept. Store
901-909 8th St. S.E.
'Down By the Navy Yard"