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Catholic University Hopes to Repeat Victory of Georgetown Over St John's Colleg
Lfti QUINT
HOPES TO DEFEAT
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Brooklyn Team Falls Before On
slaught of Georgetown Uni
versity Team.
LATTER IMPROVES
IN ITS TEAMWORK
.Waldron and Campbell Feature
Game, Scoring Greatest
Number of Baskets.
Members of the St. John's College of
Brooklyn basketball team have several
hours of severe practice scheduled today.-
being: required to so up against
rvthn1l ITnivllv'a nulnt. after hav
ing int tn rSpniTftomi In their first ap-
pearance here this season. Score.
Georgetown, 23; St. John's, 16.
Coach Rice's quint, although not as
speedy as that of Coach Collflowcr, or
Georgetown, is considered one of the
fastest aggregations of the District. In
tbclr clash with St. John's tonight, the
Brooklandera ill try to repeat the
performance of Georgetown last night;
at least a close game Is expected, and
the rivalry will be keene.
The mest rotable feature of the
Georgiown-St. John's fiasco was prob
ably the improvement In team work of
the Hlllioppers. In the game with New
Tork UnHersIty last week the Blue and
Gray won by a substantial margin, but
the former team was of a low caliber
and th victory was not a matter of
much pride to the winners. Lack of
team work by the Hilltoppers In the
game was noted from the beginning,
and It was felt that they would not
stand much of a show against a team
with any kind of speed.
During the first fifteen minutes of play
there was little scoring and what points
were -registered came almost alternately
to the rival forces. At the ending of
thl time the count stood S to 7, In favor
cf the Brooklynltes. Then Georgetown
put on some steam and ran its total up
to 12 before the -whistle blew for inter
mission. At the outset of the second portion of
the game the contenders again went at
it In a hammer-and-tongs style, but the
Georgetown players by shooting better
and guarding more carefully, kept grad
ually getting a little farther in the van.
A dash that netted three baskets, with
only about two minutes to go, gave the
locals an advanagc that St. John's
could hardly hope to overcome, but It
kept-JJP the' fight ta. the .blast from the J
umer nailing me nosuuues.
Georgetown's all-around work was of
high class, and it might be said that it
was the best showing a five wearing the
Blue and Gray has made In the pact two
seasons. There could be no criticism of
the way In which the ball was handled,
it being clean, fast, and heady, and
every one of the players shone In de-
Tensive tactics.
"While some of the baskets made by
the Hilltoppers were from bad angles
and long distances, these shots were
made only when they were really neces
sary. TValdron and Campbell rang up a
couple each that brought forth the ap
probation of the crowd, which was one
of the largest that has attended a bas
ketball contest here this year.
Tracy was the principal performer for
the tribe from the city of trolleys, and
but for him the St- John's quint would
have been much more badly worsted.
He was responsible for twelve of the
points that his team scored, and stood
well above his teammates in ability In
every department. Line-up:
Georgetown. Positions. St John's.
"Waldron R- P Crenny
Martin L. F. Driscoll
Campbell Center Tracy
"Wetzel R- G Casey
vFoly L. G Burchell
'Substitutes Marum for Martin, Ritch
for Campbell. Kelly for Foley. Casey
for Tracy, Tracy for Crenny. Crenny
for Casey, Carney for Burchell, Ma
honey for Casey. Goals from floor
TValdron it), Martin (2, Campbell (5),
"Wetzel c2), Crenny, Tracy (1). and
Casey. Goals from fouls Waldron (3)
andTracy ) Fouls missed Tracy and
"Waldron. Referee Mr. Hughes.
Georgetown Receives
Relay Meet Notice
.Georgetown has received its invita
tion to enter Uip Penn relay meet to be
Keld April 26, at Franklin Field. Phila
delphia. The Hilltoppers are ranked
with Swarthmore. Penn State. Carlisle.
Virginia, Fordham. Ohio State, and
Ohio Wesleyan.
Catholic University has received an
invitation to' enter a team to compete
against Washington and Jefferson.
Dickinson. Lehigh, Bucknell. North
Carolina, Massachusetts Aggies, and
New Tlork Law School.
West Point and Navy have been In
vited for a special race, but this may
not be held if the Middles are barred
from races longer than a quarter of a
mile.
BOWLING TONIGHT
Colonial League Manhattans vs.
Pilgrims, at Palace alleys.
departmental League Navy vs.
Commissioners, at Palace alleys.
Patent Examiners' League Me
chanics vs-. Farmers, at Arcade al
leys. National Capital League Fat Men
vs. Welsbachs, at Fat Men'j Club.
District League Garrisons vs.
ReoIutcs, at Garrisons' alleys.
Northeastern League Carrolls vs.
Crescents, at Northeastern alleys.
Commercial League Star vs. Gen
eral Baking Co., at Palace.
Southern Clerks' League Audi
tors vs. Freight, at Casino alleys.
Arcade'League Sherwoods vs. Im
manuels, at Arcade alleys.
Departmental League Pension vs.
Treasury at Capitol Hill alleys.
Southwestern League Virginias
vs. Hippos, at Capitol Hill alleys.
Spalding League RalpbB vs. Shee
heys, at Casino alleys.
Terminal League Auditors vs.
Shops, at Union Station.
Interdenominational League All
teams, at Palace alley.
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CAPTAIFfiWILL
CONTINUE TO LEAD
Denies Reports of His Quitting
College and Will Return to
Capital' This Week.
"Tug" Fury, captain of the George
town baseball nine for 1913, denies the
rumor of his leaving college. He Is ct
present at his home in Trenton, N". J.,
cleaning tip the odds and ends of busi
ness since his father's death, but plans
to come back to Georgetown before
the week Is out. He will at once start
training for the coming season on the
diamond.
Fury has yet to announce where he
will play Uiib year, being a goo dbacli-
stop and just as good an outtieldcr.
His decision will rest on the strengtn
of the candidates for these positions.
If !awIor, Xeubauer, Mullaney, and
Lyiich come up to exceptions as hand
lers of the big mitt Coach Harlcy will
probably use "Tug" In the outerworks.
as good hitters will be needed In the
pastures now that Sktcrdln and Co-
gan have been lust to the team by grad
uauon. anouia me quartet or re
ceivers full to deliver the required
amount of ability Fury will again don
the wind pad witn McCarthy, lat
year's Georgetown Prep captain, the
most llke.y candidate lor his position
In the outfield.
Coach liar ley has decided not to
come to waslnngton until Mutch 1.
when the squad will most likely be
able to begin outdoor work. Until
that time. Kury will do the coaching, as
me uauer men win fee the only play
ers called to report for Indoor practic .
The Hilltop diamond Is being put in
condition and will be In tine shape by
me time tne season begins, there will
be a grass infield this year instead of
the customary skinned diamond, and a
system of drainage will lie installed
that will do much to eliminate the call
ing off of games because of wet
grounds. Manager Harrington i splan
nlng many other Improvements and
which. If put Into effect, should mak
the Hlltloppers' field as complete a
park as there Is in this section of the
country.
Dedicate Princeton
Boat House in June
PRINCETON, Jan. 2L-Dciilcatlon of
the new Princeton boat houhe which
Is a present to the University Rowing
Association by the Class of 1S87, will
be held in June. Work on the. new
building, which Is of Gothic architec
ture, characteristic of Princeton build
ings, was commenced yesterday. The
boathousee when completed, -will have
cost J3M0O0.
According to the piescnt plan the
work will be rushed throughout ti-.
remaining winter and the carl yspnng
months and there is every reason to
i,..Havp that the association will be abl
to store Its equipment In the new hou.se
by the first of May.
Washington Runners
Invited to Compete
Invitations have been extended by
Manager Sheppard Crump to the crack
runners of this city to apjtcar in the big
Indoor meet of the Richmond iflues
T7t ,.!. ..., CnMvt? rhfltil('ri for "Wash-
1 Ington's Birthday. Georgetown will
Bend down to the Virginia capital many
of the best men at tne jiiiuop ono
some of Washington's best known run
rera outside of the Hlltloppers will be
seen In actlcn.
Fined for Speeding.
JAMAICA, N. T., Jan. 21.-Chrtsty
' Mathewson. New York national league
pitcher, was fined 110 today ror using
too much speed. It was not his high
salaried arm tjiat got him into trouble,
but the automobile presented by ad
mirers last year. A policeman timed
him on a Ixjng Island boulevard, run
ning thirty-one miles-an'hour. .
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BINGLES AND
Now that preliminary arrangements have been fairly well developed,
Prof. J. Bull, of England, and our own Uncle Sam of America, are squar
ing away for the greatest international sporting melee the two have ever
tackled.'
There's been nothing like it in all past English-American rivalries,
and before the year is out there should be a tidy opinion established as
to where the bulk of the laurel belongs.
In Every Field.
No field will be overlooked this season for dual clashes where the
two sets of landscapes make any claim to a common game.
For those of more, elevated brows, England will ship over a polo con
tingent fbEi&nother .whack at this trophy, which-Captain -Whitney-hopes to
hold again.
In return America will dispatch her best little collection of .tennis talent
to go'after the Davis cup, which the Britons finally lifted from" Australasia,
This latter program promises to bring on more.gencral interest than any
tennis conclaves of many seasons gone. The result should be close with
no edge apparent now either way. This may be settled In a world-wide
tennis tournament with other nations entered in the contest where the
winners will be In position to challenge for the cup.
Still Further Orv-
This isn't all of it- America is planning to send the best of her amateur
and professional golfing talent abroad, where for the first time the U. S. A.
will make a determined and concerted effort to move somewhere Into the
vicinity of a few finals.
McDermott will lead the pro. golfers, while at least eight or ten of the
best amateurs are planning to make the trip over to swap shots with
Messrs. Hilton. Ball, etc. .
The' odds here are against America winning but there is always that
ultimate chance worth an offside play. The game has moved along here,
and with a fairly strong numerical field entered, there will be at the least
of it a strong tendency toward the uplift
The Fourth.
Further international flavor Is added to the year's program In the pro
posed mill between Messrs. L. McCarthy and Bombadier Wells. They
whisper about that their Mr. Wells has Improved quite wonderfully and all
that sort of ballyrot since his last sip of tea upon these shores but the
Grandolddope is against him.
Playing past performances, Palzer whipped Wells; McCarthy whipped
Lew Richie Escapes
Death in Accident
DAYTONA, Fla.. Jan. 21.-"Uirld"
Lew Richie, one of the star pitchers of
the Chicago Cubs' staff, was badly cut.
bruised and shaken up and had a nar
row escape from being dangerously hurt
while speeding on his motorcycle on the
famous Daytona beach automobile
speedway yesterday afternoon.
Richie, In company with BUI Hinch
man, manager of the Columbus Ameri
can Association club, was on his way
from New Smyrna to Orniond to pay a
friendly call on Jim Archer, and the
two were making fast time when the
former's machine struck a soft spot
in the sand and the uitcher was cata
pulted ahead and rolled over on the
beach. Hinchman was but a few yards
behind and managed to turn his ma
chine In time to miss the thrown heav
er, although Hinchman was hurled
from his motorcycle and also badly
bruised.
Richie's machipc was wiecked and
the pitcher was' stunned, but he later
revived and was taken to New-Smyrna
on Hlnchman's machine. Ills legs,
arms, and head were cut. bruised, and
scratched, and he considers himself
fortunate to have escaped moio serious
Injuries.
Dailey Signs Papers.
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 21. - Pete
Dailey. drafted front Los Angeles, has
signed his contract with the Athletics.
He was the star of the Pacific Coast
League last season and Is expected to
make a strong bid for a regular berth
here.
Are Not Eligible.
NEW TORK, Jan. 21. According to
new rules adopted by the National As
sociation of Amateur Billiard Players
and announced today, foreign players
arc, not eligible to compete In national
tourneys lor tines.
Jackson Signs.
Outfielder George "Hickory" Jnckson.
of the Boston Braves, has sent In hts
signed contract
WASHINGTON TIMES.
Billy Nolan Plans
To Run Health Farm
Billy Nolan In planning to convert his
Lake county ranch, near Is Angeles,
Into a "health farm," similar to that
conducted by Billy Muldoon In the Tast.
The idea was suggested to him by
two Los Angeles business men, who
want to take a new start physically,
and who offered him a tempting fee It
he would put them through a month's
course of his training system.
Nolan's achievements In reducing
Willie Ritchie from a near-nilddlewelght
to 133 pounds ringside, and In putting
twelve pounds on that llstir derelict,
Ale Attell. wem regarded as little less
than miracles by those familiar with
the Fck-nce of conditioning athletes.
To Decide Camp.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 21. President
Locke and Manager Dooln will todav
select a training camp for the Phillies.
Southern Pines and Winston-Salem, N.
l. look the best of the lot seen by
Dooln on his recent jaunt Into Dixie
land. Could Keep
Barney Dreyfuss, president of the Pittsburgh baseball club, tells of seeing
an old colored man during his recent sojourn in Aiken, who bids fair to have
Methuselah skinned a mile if the South Carolina Ethiopian survives a few
more centuries. With a broad grin beaming from among the wrinkles that
cobwebbed his toothless mug, the aged darkey, with the aid of two heavy
poles, was feebly tottering along the main street of the little Southern town.
He was traveling a something like half a knot per year and presented such
a striking picture that Colonel Barney couldn't resist hailing him and asking
his age.
"Deed'n ah reely kain't tell how ol' ah is," replied the old man in a
squeaky voice. "Ah done lost count long ago, but ah's sure ob one thing, an'
that is ahs either a hundern'n f o'teen o' else a hundernn twenty-fob."
"Do you enjoy good health most of the time?" inquired the Pittsburgh
baseball man.
"Well, ah's able to keep a navigatin'," answered the old fellow, and with
that he steered himself cheerfully along the sidewalk and disappeared into a
saloon. '
TUESDAY, JANUARY 2V 1913.
As to Know How to Read and Write
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BUNTS
Palzer, and the polite chit-chat In
WellB.
The Edge
America has the advance edge in
shade in tennis and golf in so far as
concerned.
Or rather England has the edge
will be quite a year. Internationally
worth much discussion when all the
Unfortunately '
- -Unluckily there is no Olympic debate on; and even more unfortunately,
there is no opportunity to enter our Mr. Cobb our Mr. Johnson our Mr.
Walsh, or our Mr. Brlckley against a rival field.
These other games golf, boxing, polo and tennis were England's
games several weeks before we became firmly established in our new
quarters upon the "stern New England" or the Virginia coast. But we are
struggling along as best we can and hope to make It as interesting for
them-as conditions will allow.
Owner Navin, of the Tigers, is in a beautiful little pickle. If he pays
Cobb and Crawford all they demand he won't have any money left If he
doesn't, he won't have any ball club left
As the situation now stands he Is only sure of his home plate and
grandstand.
Th. foot nt Tv Cobb's devotion
better understood when It is seen whether he goes back into baseball for
$15,000 a year or sticks to goit ana pays out t,vw.
All the luck isn't against Mr. Taft He left Washington Just as the
Senators wiggled back into polite baseball society, but he comes to New
Haven several months after a certain 20-O score.
Mr Wilson will be the biggest man in Washington until Walter Johnson
begins 'warming up or Clyde Milan's well-"known features gleam again in
an April sun.
There Is always some raw edge to Gllead's well-known balm. When
vr Chance examines American League pitching averages and sees where
Kd Walsh ranked thirteenth, he may figure the $25,000 a small part of
what should be coming.
J
Laurel Race Meet
Refused Sanction
II D. "Curlcy" Brown, general man
ager of the Maryland State Fair,
laurel. Md.. has been refused a sanc
tion for a race meet In October until
he pays up his debt to the Jockey Club.
The rules rail for a payment of 1 per
cent of tho full value of each race, and
Brown must pay this money before
being allowed to 'hold a meet at Laurel
next fall.
Tho following dates have been ap
proved by the club:
Jamestown Jockey Club. Norfolk. Va.
March 31 to April 17 Inclusive, sixteen
Hartford Agricultural and Breeders'
Association. Havre do Grace, Md April
IS to May 1 Inclusive, twelve days.
Maryland Jockey Club. PImllco. Md.
May 2 to V) Inclusive, sixteen days.
August Belmont has beenv re-elected
president or the Jockey Club, with
Frank K. Sturgls. secretary-treasurer;
Algernon Dulngerfleld, assistant secre
tary and W. S. Vosburgh. handlcapper.
Navigatin' ?
coess ill
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PIMOCHL6
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the way of rebuttal is now up to Mr.
and Such.
polo and boxing; England a faint gray
the four intercontinental debates are
In golf, with the tennis a toss-up. It
and cross-Atlantically speaking; a year
scores are in..
to golf heralded broadcast will bo
Frank O'Rourke to
Play With Buffalo
ALBANY. N. Y.. Jan. 21. Frank
O'Rourke, the youngster who held
down the shortstop position for the
Boston Braves the gf-ater part of last
season and who. It was announced,
would be seen In the uniform of the
local New York State League team
next season, is lost to the Senator.;,
as announcement was made last night
that BUI Clymer. th ene wieader of the
Buffalo International Leaguers, hail
stepped In and snapped up the player
at a cons'derably higher figure than
the locals would have been willing or
able, to put up for him The announce
ment came as a blow to Albany fan
and Manager Tamsett.
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feeling runs free and the air is filled with story and song
Old Overholt Rye v
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BALTIMORE MEN
MAY HAVE SPACE
AT MOTOR EXHIBIT
Few Places Unsold, Are Held for
Washington Dealers Who
Cannot Get Cars.
By BARRY WARD.
It is likely several Baltimore auto
mobile dealers will exhibit at the forth
coming motor car show in Convention
HalL A few spaces remain unsold
and they are being kept open for Wash
ington dealers who have been unable
as yet to obtain cars from the factories
they represent.
we want to maKe it distinctly a
wasnington show." said Chairman T.
Oliver Probey, of the show committee.
and for this 'reason we are keeping
ine unsold spaces open lor a few deal
ers who are having trouble getting
cars from their factories. If. these
remaining spaces are not taken by the
ena ox me wees Dy wasninstomans,
we will, of course, let the Baltimore
contingent come in. A number of deal
ers In that city are anxious to exhibit
at our show and after the dealers of
this city are taken care of we will be
glad to allot space to the Baltl
moreans." The Monumental City always sends a
large delegation of dealers and private
owners to the Washington shows and
according to Secretary 1L M. Luxius.
of the Automobile Club of Maryland,
the delegation this year will be larger
than ever. Many will come over the
Baltimore-Washington boulevard in
their cars, Secretary Luzlus having been
advised by the District Commissioners
that Maryland owners of District li
censes would be able to use them until
February 16, when the new rates will
be put Into effect.
The meeting of motorists Interested
In the formation of the Motorists' Asso
ciation to take the place of the Auto
mobile Club of Washington, scheduled
for Saturday night at the Grafton, has
been changed to Friday night at the
Raleigh Hotel. The meeting is for the
purpose of electing officers and ratify
ing the work of the committee on con
stitution and by-laws. It is expected
several hundred automobile owners will
attend the meeting and join the organi
zation as soon as it is perfected. "The
proposed association is attracting a lot
of attention," said John K. Heyl, tem
porary secretary of the organization,
"and from the applications already re
ceived the chances are we will have 200
charter members." s
Capt. J. T. Rose. Washington repre
sentative of the Wolverton Lubricants
Company. left today for Philadelphia,
where he will attend the automobile
show now in progress In that city.
Laugh and
the World
Laughs
with You"
For all festive oc-
at every step until
mellow, pure,
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By Goldberg
Columbia Cuts Out
Its Southern Trip
Columbia's varsity baseball team will
make no Southern trip this spring- for
the first time In years. Only four games
wiH be played on foreign diamonds.
Billy Lander, former major leaguer,
wOI call out candidates for the team
on February 13, battery men reporting
February I for preliminary work In the
cage. The" schedule follows:
March 26, St. John's at South Field;
3, C. C N. Y., at South Field: April
L Colgate, at South Field; 5, .Rutgers, at
South Field; 7, Amherst, at South Field;
9. William and Mary, at South Field;
12, Union, at South Field; IS. Stevens, at
South Field: 12, Harvard, at South
Field: 23. Tale, at New Haven: SB. Cor
nell, at Ithaca: 30. Princeton,, at Prince,
ton: May 3. Lehigh, at South Field: 7,
Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia; 9. Cor-,
nell. at South Field; H. Wesleyan, at1
South Field; 17, N. Y. U.. at South
Field: 20. Fordham, at Fordham; June
4. Pennsylvania, at South Field.
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