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THii ' WASHINGTON TIMES. SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1913.
Few Washington Athletes Expecting to Enter S. A. A. A. IT. Championships
FEW ATHLETES HERE -
ABLE TOENTER MEET
South Atlantic Amateur Athletic
Union Games Finds Wash
ington Athletes Under Ban.
THIS ALL COMES UNDER THE HEAD OF PLEASURE
ENTRY BLANKS ARE OUT
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Last Applications for Champion
ship Events Will Be Received
in Baltimore May 17.
TJnleaa the athletes of the high schools
and Georgetown University compete In
.the South Atlantic A. A. U. champlon
felp to be held at Homewood Field.
Baltimore, May 24. Washington Is go
la to have but few entries for the va
rious events. None of the athletes at
Georgetown wllh be able to represent
duos at that time and all will be point
ed for the intercolleglates.
The entry blanks for the big meet
are out today and may be had by ap
plication to John T. Meany, chairman
of the A. A. U. There are thirteen
vests carded which include the 100
yard dash, the 88-yard run. the 120
yard hurdle, one mile run, 410-yurd
dash, .230-yard dash, 230-yard hurdle.
pole vault, high Jump, broad Jump,
running hop, step, and Jump, slzteon
seund shot nut. and two mile run. The
events wBI be run oft in tho order
aacaed starting promptly at 3 o'clock.
The regulation championsblo A. A
V. medals will be awarded winners of
flrat, second, and third places, ken
trance fee of 50 cents per ruan will be
charged, and the entries close May IT,
with John T. Meany. 602 Continental
In order that the athletes clearly un
derstand the stipulations for entrance
It will -be noted that "no unattached
athlete will be allowed to comoeto ex?
cept a registered athlete who has re
signed from a club that Is a member
of the Amateur Athletic Uclon who
may compete in championship meetings
of the district for one year."
The committee will reserve tno right
to reject any entry and no entry will
be received unless registration in the
8. A. A. A. U.. or allied organizations
Is given, and "entry -fee enclosed.
The best of the performers in Wash
.lagton are now under the ban of the
Amateur Athletic Union -for having par
ticipated In unsanctioned meets and it
Is thought likely that several or the
Georgetown men will take part in the
meet at Homewood field two weeks
Brooklyn Is Second.
BROOKLYK, May 10. By defeating
Chicago to 5. Brooklyn ascended to
second place In the National League
.. race. - Brooklyn scored four runs on
' thje WMS.es, , a trjplenfl an. error in
.the nrst! Inning; with fierce In the box
" for Chicago.
Score by .innings: ,
Chicago.... 020000210 5 D 4.
Brooklyn... 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 x 7 6 1
Batteries Humphries. Reulbach,
Pierce and Archer; Curtis, Stack and
Luderus Saves Games.
PHILADELPHIA. May 10,-Fred Lu
lerus turned a possible shut-out Into a
.4 to 1 victory over St. Louis for the
Phillies when he connected for a home
run when two men were out and Lobert
was on third base in the seventh Inning.
Jt will be remembered that Luderus'
two bagger in a game with the Giants
last Saturday saved the game for the
Score by Innings: R. H. E.
St. Louis 1000000001 2 1
Philadelphia 0 00 0 00 21X-3 " 0
Batteries: Geyer. Steele and Wingo:
Alexander and Dooin.
Marquard Is Shaky.
v-cw vnnir M.r 10. Cincinnati
and New Tork broke even on their
aeries, when the Reds took the last
game by 3 to 1. Marquard had a bad
sixth Inning, when the Reds scored
Score by innings: R. H. E.
Cincinnati.. 00000300 03 9 0
KewTork.. 010 0 000 00-1 6 2
Batteries Fromme and Clarkel,
Crandall Marquard and Wilson.
Some of our noted baseball experts
declare that the Athletics are lucky.
Sure they arc lucky. All good ball
teams are lucky.
Ralph Glaze, the old " -Dartmouth
pitcher and later ulth the Boston
Americans, is now managing the Beau
mont team In the Texas League.
If the annual baseball series between
Harvard and Yale Is a tie the odd game
w ill be .played on Ebbets Field, Brook
lyn. June a.
It looks as If the team that Hugli
Duffy has placed In Portland will be
'able to do its share in makinc a hot
race, in the New England League.
From all accounts VChance Da'- at
Chlcagc.May 17. InJionor of the former
Cubs' boss, will be the last word In the
'welcome to ourisoap factory" thing.
If the National League schedule al
lowed the Cubs to play the Reds every
day. Johnnv Evcrs would still be sad,
because he "is unable to play against the
Prof. E. M. Lewis, acting president of
the Massachusetts Agricultural College,
is a former major league pitcher. He
was -a member of the Boston cham
pions of '97 and '9S.
Outfielder Mann, recently purchased
by the Boston -Braves from Buffalo, is
showing the real big" league stuff. His
batting and fielding has been quite a
help to the Braves.
The Detroit pitchers have been forced
to live a miserable life on the field of
battle this season. Even Mons. Dubuc
has been slammed and likewise wal-
i loped fo a fare-thee-well.
Pitcher Cy Falkenberg. of the Naps,
haa-a new alibi. In -a recent game Man
ager Birmingham asked. Cy the reason
for so mucH wlldness. - "I'll tell you.
replied Falkenberg. confidentially, "t let
them get on so that I could wai m up
throwing to first."'
i For several years past the Cleveland
Naps ha-e curled up and withered after
making a real fight for the pennant.
But, Manager Birmingham says the old
doings of the Nans are off. -and that
.they will "turkey trot" up yonder and
stick there. ,
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Chevy Chase Tennis Matches
Expected to Furnish Good
Sport in Today's Pairings.
The concluding rounds In thj various
matches In the annual tennis toarna
aent at the Chevy Chase Club will
be brought to a closo today and there
Is every indication that tho challenge
round in the singles for tho honor of
meeting -Conrad B. Boyle, bf tills city!
will ho nlflvpd nn Mnndav. " "
The flnnlft In ihtt ttipti HnnhVw- tr.lxd
doubles, women's doubles and the
women's singles will be run off today.
Yesterday's play was not productive
uf exceptionally good tennis. Thos:
.who were possessed of better ability,
more or less easily disposed of their
weaker opponents and won their
rtttrhes with comparative case.
Today's matches, those between Miss
Marie Wimer and Miss Ev.i Baiter.
District title holder, will probably be
well worth seeing. Miss Baker's defeat
of Mrs. Lawaon. of Cincinnati, yester
day, was the best bit of tennts seen in
the competition for tlip women's title-.
In the men's matches today R. L.
James and Wallace Johnson will piob
abry furnish the banner event. John
son has shown, first-class form and
his work against Freddie Holtzman
yesterday showed thct he wa3 at the
top of his game.
The matches for today follaw:
Second round II. E. Doyle '-s. E. J.
Third round Winner of H. E. Doyla
O'Boyle match vs. George Zlnn; R. L.
James vs. Wallace Johnson.
Seml-nnal round Winner of matcn in
i upper half of third round to play C. M.
Bull Jr.: winner of James-Johnson
match vs. F. C Inman.
First round Graves and Gordon vs.
Inman and Bull: Leech and Leech vs.
Hills and Carlisle; Brown and James
vs. Moorhead and Wilcox.
Final round Miss Baker vs. Miss
First round Mrs. Murray and part
n"" vs. Mrs. Moorhead and Miss Llp
pitt. Second round Winner of match first
round to play Miss Bryan and Miss
Bker: Mrs. Lawson and Mrs. Carlisle
v. Miss Wyeth and Miss Lay.
Preliminary round Mrs. Moornead
and J. U. Moorhead vs. Miss Duboise
auj Spencer Gordon.
Yankees Take One
From Detroit Tigers
DETROIT, Slay 10. Poor inleld and
outfield playing and failure to hit with
men on bases is responsible for De
troit's 9 to 0 defeat at the hands of
The Highlanders took advantage of
Detroit's misplaj h and won easily
Warhop lasted a little over two in
nings, when, after allowing a single.
a "base on balls, and two wild ones,
he was relieved by Ford. From then
the Tigers were held at bay.
Score by innings: K. II K.
New York.. 1020-1100 19 11 1
Detroit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 G 6
Batteries Ford, Warhop and Swee
ney; Zamloch, Wlllett and Stanage.
Houck Pounded Hard -And
Wyckoff Is Weak
ST. LOUIS, May 10. Houck was
knocked out of the box In the first
inning and Wyckoff, who came lo his
relief for the Athletics was hit hard,
the Brownies winning the game by 7
to 3. St. Louis got an early lead, scor
ing fivj runs in the first inning after
timely singles were made by Pratt and
Shotten when men were on bases as a
result of two bases on bulls, an error,
and a sacrifico lilt.
Score. l)y Innings: R. H. E.
Philadelphia 01000200 03 8 6
St. Louis... 5 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 x 7 8 2
Batteries Wyckoff. Houck and
TtMtnas; Wellman and McAUeitsr.
As we have risen or remained
take the tide long to veer in this game, -once it gets started.
Some six weeks ago down at Hot
from, there were two ball clubs grappling for the spring training stake.
One was the Pittsburg Pirates. The
had won ,a world's championship the
romp home with the National League
As we recall certain peppery interviews given out during that series,
Manakers Clarke and StabI were each confident that the other would win
and that they would meet again for higher honors in the fall. Tha Red
Sox, according to Fred Clarke, were a considerable ball club the Pirates,
according to Stahl, were certainly there and much stronger than the Giants.
No one placed Pittsburg any lower than Becond in the National, and no
one ranked the Red Sox any lower than second in -the American. They
may finish this well or better yet But not at their present rate of speed.
The Pirates, with all their promised power and push, have been playing
second division ball since the barrfer was lifted. So have the Red Sox,
who will now require a miracle to overtake either the Athletics or Sena
tors. No two clubs ever opened with greater promise to topple with such
Both clubs have been assailed by
injury and absence' left the Pirates gulping from the soup trough before
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with Joe Wood practically useless. Pittsburgh may rally and come on
through. But the Red Sox have a fearful roadbed ahead, over which they
must struggle to yank by the Mackian avalanche. The only clubs now
hooked up with a prospect of achieving this stunt are Washington and
Cleveland and theodds against them are great.
No club in either league was playing any better baseball than Wash
ington when Foster and Gandil were struck down. These two people are
stars of more than average luminosity. For an infield to lose a pair of
Among the Amateurs
Capital City League Bankers vs.
Central League Northern vs. Y. M.
Departmental League War vs. In
terior. Federal League Petworth vs. Tan-
East Washington Sunday School
League Church of Reformation vs.
First M. P.
R. R. Y. M. C. A. League No game
Northwest Sunday School League
Whitney vs. Fourth.
Capital City League Bankers,
Waverloy A. C. 0.
Central League Tw ining, 3; G.
Departmental League Postoffice,
Federal League Fairmonts. 4; Stan
East Washington Sunday School
League First Presbyterian, 3; St
R. R. Y. M. C A. League Car De
partment. S; Expressmen, 7.
Stahl Wlil Be Out
Of Game for Weeks
BOSTON. May 10. Manager Stahl,
the world's champion Red Sox. whoe
foot was operated upon Monday. left
the hospital todaj. and with the assist
ance of a cane he is able to make his
way about town. Although St,ahl ex
pects to leave for the West early next
week to Join the Red Sox and resume
the active management of the club. It
will be many weeks before his name
will appear In the. box score. Stahi'H
operation was entirely successful and
no complications are feared.
Ban Johnson Is Delayed.
rillCAGO. May 10.-IUness of .Mrs.
Johnson may delay President Johnson s
trip to St. Louis to discuss Munuger
Ktovall'a suspension with the director.
of the American League club of that
city. The league head wa3 to hae left
tonight, but may not get away before
seated to remark before, It doesn't
Springs, Ark., where the baths come
other was the Boston Red Sox. One
fall before. The other was touted to
pennant for the year ahead.
a carload of trouble. Wagner's early
Capitol Hill Boys Treat Tech to
a Defeat and Take First
Place in Race.
Eastern High School leads all the
others today with a clean slate in tho
annual Jiirtiiipiuiiainp series oy virtue oi i
a 9-to-3 win over Tech and will Dre-I
pare ror the final content with Western,
the team It must whip to win the 1913
Tccli was expected to do better against
Eastern csterday than It did. but all
chances of getting on even terms for a
win or u break In the, luck we,re marred
when the Manual Trainers made errors.
Johnson, the Eastern High fllnger, who
is enrolling his name among the high
school stars, was effective throughout,
although Tech managed to get sven
Hehind Johnson Eastern fielded well,
and his opportunely sending the men
around the bugs for tallies counted
heall against the McKlnley school
team with Paul Cohlll catching and I
l)j -r on second. Eastern presented a
formidable line-up, which is expected to,
proe atleiutn enough to stop Western. '
Oyer led his team jesterday, getting
three hits, while Cohlll cracked out a'
couple nr safeties. McCarthy, for Tech.
also got three, whllo Perry, righttielder
for the M.i( hlnists, managed to put two
safeties ai-ioij.s cm Johnson. ,
The score ly Innings.
Eastern . .30030100 39 S 3
Technical .. 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 03 7 7
Mattel ies Eastern. Johnson and t'o
hlll. Technical, Dudley. Defandorf, and
Stanford Students Give
Team Royal Send Off
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. jfy 10. A
Mg ciowd of university Mudcntn was on
hand today to cheer the Stanford Uni
crslt baseball squad, sailing for Japan
lor u series of games with Toklo Univer
sity. The Stanford men won the Inter-collegiate
championship uf the coast, and
then accepted un Invitation to be guests
ol the Toklo students.
EASTERN IS LEADER
FOR SCHOOL H
this caliber, even for a brief spell. Is
his men up there in close sight until
certainly oe in at tne aeatn.
It is-hard for eyen a rival townsman to keep from pulling for Joe
Tinker to win. In the face of the toughest break that ever confronted a
manager, the ex-Cub is fighting on with all the fire and smash of a vic
torious leader. Constant thumping hasn't even started to curb his spirit,
and in the long run this sort of fighting will tell.
Tinker not only hasn't quit he isn't going to. A young leader or a
new one who can bump into the harassing misfortune which assailed him
through ." 1 first month and take it all as a part of the game without a
squawk Is an unusual type. We believed back in midwinter that Tinker
would make a fine manager. We have more faith In his ultimate success
today than we had then, despite the fact that he is at the off-side end ot
the parade. ,
The new Red leader happened to be caught without a pitching staff.
The veterans upon whom he depended blew with a terrific detonation ten
minutes after the campaign opened. Bad pitching will break up any club
except the Athletics and when Joe Faversham is able to build up his
shootiug gallery the rest of it will come.
Tinker hasn't the job that Chance faces.. Three-first-class pitching ad
ditions would put Joe up among the elite. Chance needs that and as many
more inflelders, and then something.
A year ago in mid-May the Giants bad won 18 games and dropped 4.
But that was May, 1912, not May, 1913.
And" the queer part of it is that the Giants of 1913 look 25 per cent
better on copy paper than the Giants of 1912. The only kink here is that
very few bali games are ever waged exclusively upon copy paper, even
though said copy paper is in mid-season form.
We are willing to concede Hans Wagner's last day in baseball upon
the occasion of hearing the lid clamped down upon his lifeles form. Even
then it's only an even bet- if the funeral march is pointed pegging distance
of a ball park.
II. S. LEAGUE TO
OPEN SEASON HERE
Manager Carsey's Team Is Op
posed by Brooklyn Aggrega
tion in First Contest.
The United States League will have
Its formal opening at Union League
Park today, when the Brooklyn team
meets the Washington team. There will
be no admissions charged. Manager Cai
sey throwing open the -rate to the fani
and offering th first engagement be
tween the clubs gratis.
The Brooklyn team Is on hand ready
to play, and Manager Carsey's team Is
looking for a tough battle. Brooklyn
will line up as follows. Underdtink,
right field; Zimmerman, left field; Fin
neran, center field: Bradley, shortstop:
Lewis, first base: Gallagher, third base;
Parrow. second base; Hawkins, catcher;
Flood or Marshall, pitcher.
Manager Carsey's team will be com
posed of Duval, third base; Timanus,
left field; Mills, 2b.. Lcckle. shortstop;
Harding, first base, Henderson, center
field: Bennett, right field; Fulton,
catcher; Williams and Souder. pitcher.
Boston Gets First
CLEVELAND. May 10 The Red Sox
pocketed its first Western victory
when the Naplandcrs were defeated :i
to I With the score tied In the eighth
inning, wncn two men were gone.
Lew-Is singled, Gardner doubled, and
Engle singled, sending over the two
winning runs for Bostun
Score by Innings. j n j;
Cleveland.. 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 1 7' 0
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 10 2 03 13 0
Batteries Backette. Blandlng and
Carlsh, O'Ncil; O'Brien and Carrigan.
White Is Airtight.
PHILADELPHIA M:iy 10.- FrUnds
j--chool of Philadelphia did not have
:l look-in In thp gain- which It lost
to Cctlicjiraibrlio.il. Washington I
fcv . u 1. ; imp .bcrvi-d up airtight
work in the bo ror the visitors, hut
a .tingle lilt being Hooun-.d from Ms
t-'rore by Innings.
Cathedral 1 0 1 0 .-. 1 t 0 O-'p1
Friends 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 11- 1 1
Batteries: Whlto and Clebuurne.
Hinds and Robinson.
By "H K Y'KAK KWNS HAHVAHII hAVMHI-ll
a rough-house blow. If Griff can keep
the sick and wounded recover he wljl
Big League Biffers of a
Brldwell, Cabs.... 4 4 4 1.000
Johnson, Xnps 3 3 S 1.000
Zamlock, Tigers.. 1 1 1 1.000
Hyatt, Pirates.... 1 1 1 1.000
Safer, Cubs 4 3 4 .750
Wagner, Ited Sox. 4 3 3 .750
Sweeney, BraTes.. 4 3 3 .750
Morgan, Climbers. 3 2 3 .667
Lobert, Phillies--. 3 2 3 .667
Dooian, Phillies... 3 2 2 .667
Among the Minors.
York. 3; Wilmington, 2.
Atlantic City. 12: Harrlsburg. 6.
Allentown, 4; Trenton. 2.
Federal League .
Covington. 1: St. Louis. 0.
Indianapolis, 7; Pittsburgh, 3.
Milwaukee. II; Minneapolis. 2.
St. Paul. S: Kansas City. 5.
Toledo. ; Indianapolis, 2.
Columbus. 2; Louisville. 2. (Called end
of ninth to allow- Columbus to catch
New Orleans, 1. Nashville. I.
Birmingham. C: Memphis. 1
Muntgonierx. 10; Atlantj. 2.
Mobile. 3; Chattanooga. t
Braves Take Series.
nnsTON. May 10 The Hra-.es made
It four traight against the Pirates b
taking the game, o to 4. yesterday. Bos
ton oiltbatted Pittsburgh Victory came
In tin last half of the ninth when Dev-j
liu doubled, was sacrificed to third and
scored on Rnriden'n sacrifice tlj.
Score by innings. It. H E.
Pittsburgh - - 2000 1000 1-1 3 1
Bo-ton -- 10000003 1-3 11 2
Batteries Robinson. Canmltz and
Kelly. Simon, .lames nnd haling.
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Spring Football Practice Is
Brought to Close With Com
petition for Prizes.
PRINCETONv N. J., May Id-Spring
football practice at Princeton was
brought to a close In the annual prhw
contest open tcal eligible candidates
for the "varsity eleven nt rail
. Capt. 'Jlobey'" Baker, whose speed
and drop kicking did so much for the
Tigers last season, captured cups in
two contests, the drop kicking bv end-'
ng seven out of nine trials over tho
bar and the 100-yard dash for the,
backs and ends. H. Davis. '16. won
second place in the drop kicking witlt
only four successful attempts.
M. T. Boland, the probable cholca
for quarterback next fall, won the punt
ing prize by averaging flfty-iwo yards,
aierntt wa ssecond with a flfty-cne-yard
average and Oile. who won it
last year, came third with fifty yards.
uuu.uu .uav uwiu iimn nonors in tne
passing, both accuracv ami duinnn.
being considered. Heynigcr. the big
..-wuuu guari on ine iresnmau team
last year, took ecoqd. and Hammond,
varsity end two years ago, was tnlrd.
Semmons, a former Mercersburg play
er, and captain of the- freshmen team
last fall, won the dash for the line
men. Manager Yanks His
President From Box
GRAND RAPIDS. M3V10. Manaror
Ed Smith, of the local Central League
club, yesterday settled all debate as to
who will control the team.
Bill Esslck. Drlnciual owner and nresl.
dent of the club., essayed to make his
pitching debut. The visiting Terre Haute
uancn irii upon ins ueiivery ior nve
Manager Smith, who is also a pitcher,
watched the performance for just one
third of the first inning. Then he yank
ed the president and went into the box
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Penn and Princeton on tht
Charles River Today.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass., May 10. Har
vard was a slight favorite over tha
Princeton and Pennsylvania crews for
the triangular bpat race ot one and
seven-eighths miles on the Chaxlev
which' starts at S -o'clock this after
noon. The late start Is the result of
previous mishaps occurring when tho
race was started earlier, when tho
water in the basin is very choppy.
The course was exceedingly rough,
today, but smooth water is expected
by the time the race is called. The
crimson crew is several pounds
heavier to the man than the other
eights, which average about 169 to
the man. Morgan, who was taken out
of the Harvarl shell several days ago.
has returned, and will row at No. 7 to
day. Harvard class crews will furnish IB
preliminary. " ,
Con Albright Gets One
And Turner Two Falls
Taking the first fall from Joe Turner
in twenty minutes. Con Albright look
ed like a sure winner In his match
with the Washlngtonian last night.
However. Turner came back strong in
the last two bouts, and took the first
one in twenty-one minutes and the
other in twenty-three'mlnutes. Prob
ably no match seen at the Gayety this
season has developed the clever work
that was seen at last night's wrestling
Albright showed himself to be as
fast a man as Turner has yet taken
on. and during the early part of the
fray it looked as though the New
Yorker might get the best of the con
test. Albright Is still unconvinced
that Turner Is the better man. and
believes that he is entitled to another
match with the Washington boy.
Whether or not this privilege will be
granted him lies with Turner. aa4
should they be matched again the bout
is sure to bring out even raster work
than was seen last evening.
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