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THIS WASHINGTON TIMES: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14;.' 1913. "'T
Many Records Expected to Fall Before Onslaught of Star Athletes in Baltimore Meet
OF TRACK STARS TO
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VALENTINES FOUND IN THE ASH BARREL THIS MORNING
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BALTIMORE, Feb. 14. The greatest
collection of track stars who have ever
entered a meet In this city, will be seen
In action tomorrow night at the Fifth
Jteglment Armory, when the Johns
Hopkins-Fifth Reslment meet Is held.
.Records are certain to fall.
There Is Llpplncott, of the University
of Penn, In the 100-yard dash, a man
who ran third in the world's contest
at the Olympic games last summer.
Then there are Patterson, of Penn,
who goes the 100 In 10 seconds and who
won the intercollegiate championship
last year, and Carter .Glass, Jr., of
Washington and Lee. intercollegiate
champion in the quarter in 50 1-5, and
who 1 a ten-second man in the 100-yard.
Wagner, of the Johns Hopkins, lias
done the hundred in 9 4-5. and Bob
Miller, of Georgetown, in 10 seconds.
Hortor. of Georgetown, ran second to
the great Robinson in the Middle States
champs last Var. Then there is File,
of Pniverslty of Virginia, and Cronlcy,
of piscopai High School, who goes the
distance in 10 1-5. x
In the quarter there are entered .the
great Talt, champion of Canada; Gal
lagher, who finished seventh in the
Stockholm Olympics, and winner of the
S. A. Av cross-country run last Decem
ber, and Horter, who cleaned up four
events in the military athletic meet in
In the high pump Marshall Low is en
tered. This star cleared six feet In the
Columbit interscholastlc last year. Ger
ald Connelly, of Hoboken, has gone 5
feet 11 inches. The nole vault honors
will He between Weldman, Costello,
Hcrrax. and Blanco. Blanco has cleared
31 feet and so has Horrax.
The 100-yard hurdles will be a feature '
event, with Martin' J. B. McDonagh 1
pitted against the great Bob Eller and
Horrax. McDonnaugh has been con
stantly improving each month since he 1
took up hurdling and the local boy may I
carry off the bacon. ' I
Too much cannot be said in advance '
of the appearance of Talt, the Cana Ian.
In the Quarter as well as In the mile.
Among other opponents, Talt will have
against him Brow n. of the Central
Toimg Men's Christian Association,
here, and Spike Brown, who Is the
Southern athletic champion this year
In this event.
McDonagh will ruin In the 100-yani,
the 230-yard, and, perhaps, the relay.
TVlth Talt m the mile will be Reeside.
.of Hopkins; Rumbaugh. Gallagher, Roy
Holden. the Canadian, and Elphlnstone,
the well-known local distance man.
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Arrange All Details
For Championship Games
PHILADELPHIA. Feb. 14. Details of
the approaching International racquet
match between Jock Soutar. the
Racquet Club professional, and Charles
Williams, the world's title holder, were
arranged by cable today.
Seven games will be played in Eng
land and seven In America. In case of
a tie the player with the greatest num
ber of aces to his credit will be de
clared the winner. The first games
will be played on April 7 in the Queen
Club, London, and those here the latter
part of May.
Cuban Shortstop Will
Have Trial With Reds
HAVANA, Feb. 14. Tomas Romanach,
shortstop on the Almendares. has
signed to play with the Cincinnati Na
tional League team, and will join that
team at its training camp. Romanach
played with the Long Branch, N. J.,
team last summer, hitting for more
than .300. Cleveland and White Sox
scouts have been on his trail here, but
Garry Herrmann, through Armando
Mar sans, his crack outfielder, who lives
here, .succeeded In signing the hard
hitting shortstop right under the eyes
of the scouts. '
It is reported that Bob Emslle, the
veteran National League umpire, may
be pensioned and accept a Job as
manager in the Canadian League.
Major league owners have spent
nearly $400,000 for minor league young
sters in an effort to strengthen teams.
Four southpaw twirlgrs won, seventy
one games In the American league last
season. Plank, Collins, Gregg and
Hamilton piled up that many victories.
Bob Unglaub, former ttg league play
er, will manage the Minneapolis club
In the- new Northern league, "which,
will Jnvade that city.
With Doyle, Fletcher, and Wilson
from ninolls, Crandall and Devore from
Indiana, Merkle from. Ohio and Tesreau
from Missouri, the corn belt Is exten
sively represented on the GlantsJ
TO OISCUSS RULES
No Changes in Gridiron Rules
Expected to Result From
Meeting of the Experts.
DON'T WAIT UNTIL
THE FINAL CURTAIN
NEW YORK, Feb. 14 Members of"
the "football rules committee will meet j
tonight in the Hotel Martinique to con
Flder the advisability of making changes I
in last season's football code. '
It is unlikely the solons will decide'
that any radical changes arc necessary
as the coaches who were present at the
nnnual meeting of the National Inter
collegiate Association In the Hotel As-!
tor on 'December 2C all uent on record '
sa being In favor of seeing the rules of I
3?12 in ogue for at least another seaon. j
It Is not thought Ilkt-ly the meeting
tonight will develop anj startling news. I
Routine business will come up in the)
arly part of the mating and the gen
eral discussion relative Jo the reiisionl
of the code will not occupy the attcn-1
tion of the members until late thte '
evening. The work of the committee'
naj not be flnl.-hed tonight, and in that (
event another session will be called for J
The present r-ii , or football Iiapi
pioved to be satisfactory Few co.1cl.13
have found any fault with last year'
code. It is the general opinion of those
who havee tudied the situation that If
:ny tinkering with- t.ic rjles is dont.
ii will be simply with the phrast-o'.og..
The chairman of the football nilos
fommittoe of th National lnlcico
Irlatc Association. Hem. I. ilso
a formfr Vale !.iei. will prei nl
-t tonlqht's ineetinir. Williams, on l -1
elf of his committee, will pr"- nt th
rport of the National I'ltercol egiat
Association to the Football Rules ,om
mitte, and ask that boO. to adopt tl.
susgextlons made la&l Docemhor
W'lllams is read coach in the I 1 -ersltj
of MimiPbotn. His coinmttu-i
will urge that tl rules of 1D12 he Kent
Intart for at least another car
jj ayer-. co?che. and spectators nr--tlfled.
he tiilinci' there is no ncc 1
of any.ra.iical changes. Williams saj
ii at the rules of 1S12 made possible
1 best football American colleges
ever pLiyed i
Walter Camp it clm.11 man of the I
football rules committee The inem
bvr of the National Intercollegiate As
sociation's rules committee, which will
make Its report of the game for last I
j ear, consists of Dr H L. William
T'nlvcrsity of Minnesota, i:. IC. Hall.
Dartmouth: I.lcut, H. M. Nelly. W(s.
"oint; C. W Sava-;e, Ober'in. and Pro'
S C. Williams, of Iowa I'niverpity 1
Record Jumps Expected.
IRONWOOD, Mich. Feb. H. Many
famous ski jumpers hae arrived in
rntlclpallon of the ninth annual chani
J.onship tournament of the National
Kkl Association of Amcnca, whirli Is to
1C held here tomorrow and Sunday
Sar performers of more than a troie of
clubs scattered throughout thp Noith
west will be seen in competition.
Has Been Rung .Down on the
50c Turkish Hath Slippers
There's no time for delay now. Get in while the style and
leather assortments are still good while you can still save about
as much as you spend out this fine footwear.
Not a shoe in this sale is a "second," but all fresh, this sea
son's stock of broken lots, discontinued lines and odd sizes.
Remember that NEWARK shoes are sold di
rect from "maker to wearer." You always save
the profits that would otherwise go to dealers and
jobbers, and now you save, in addition, our own
loss of profits which we are willing to bear in
effecting a general clearance.
Made by the famous Goodyear Welt Process,
exactly as used in making $5, $6, and $7 shoes.
Your choice of many styles, many sizes,
many leathers from which to make selection.
Newark Shoe Stores
913 Pa. Ave. Between9th&10thSts.
1112 7th St. Between L&MSts.
10c Best Corn Cure Made
reduced to... 6e
25c Fleecy Bedroom Slippers,
reduced to He
10c "Dr.r Foot fork Inner
Soles, reduced to Gc
oOr herncj Ovcrgaltcrs. re
duced to 39c
$1.00 Itroiidcloth Om-gultcr.s.
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