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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 19U.
LIVE SPORTS -jssaA Old Fox Pleads to. Have Milan's Suspension Raised Soon
GRIFFITH PLEADS WITH
BAN JOHNSON TO LIFT
SUSPENSION OF MILAN
It Is Hoped That Linden Lad Will Be Back in Center. Feld To-'
morrow or Friday at the La test Ray Morgan Misses
k Train From St. L ouis to Chicago.
CHICAGO. June la CUrk Griffith
tcday called at the orcice or nan jonn-
ton to personally
pieaa ior ute an
lifting of the ban on Clyde Milan. While
the manager himself Is willing to en
dure banishment 'for the part he had
In the trouble with Umpire CLoughUn,
ho does not think Milan deserving of
such punishment as has been meted
out It is hoped that Milan will be
back tomorrow or Friday. The first no
tice will come from the umpire.
Jack Ryan, who quietly visited the
Tederal Park at St. Louis yesterdy re
ported to his manager there were hard
ly enough spectators to pay the at
taches ot the park, leaving aside play
ers salaries, hotel bills and other ex
penses. .Bay Morgan missed the train at St.
Louis last night, but will be herd in
time for the game today.
Those who saw the Grirtmen make
their great spurt In the closing days of
the stay at home, and who followed
them to Boston and New York, would
never have recognized the team at at.
Louis as the same that set the pice on
other trails. Real baseball by a visiting
team In St. Louis under the conditions
that the Nationals encountered was an
This Is not an alibi for the defeats
that have now been recorded, for It
was pointed out the morning after ar
rival that, unless there was a change,
the defeats were toJe expected. While
the Nationals did not utterly collapse
at St- Louis, the showing was. indeed,
a sickly one. Of the four starts they
copped one that with Johnson at the
helm. The other three were defeats.,
and all due to wavering In practically
every department of the game In which
thy had been showing themselves such
apt students. The first 1914 stop sit St.
Louis will not soon be forgotten by
Clark Griffith and corporation.
Possibly the enforced absence of the
tier' leader had something to do with
It. for the fact remains that there
was less dash and drive in the team
yesterday than they showed at any
time In the Mound City.
The team, in its various parts, was
absolutely lacking in steadiness. Joe
Engel. while he remained on tho
mound, pitched as well as he has at
any other time this season. His con
trol was much better than it usually
is; still, one of the runs came from
a base on balls, and the score that
finally developed into the decisive one
came from the Ditcher himself muss
ing up a bunt that should have been
an out by Ave yards.
Of the five hits that were made off
Knrel, two were homo rnns. The first
of the Sharkers was made by Pratt.
WISH BfJfcT-'UUf .UUIJ Ul UCljl Ul? tlUXU
nhad ol lm o go- through with a
steal. It appea as though the bat-1
ter could not rce the ball with an
Standing of ClubX
Philadelphia,.. 27 17
WASHIN'T'N. 17 IS
Detroit 27 21
St Louis 25 21
Boston 23 23
Chicago 22 2S
New Tork 17 25
Cleveland 14 31
Pet. Win. Loi.
Washington at Chicago.
Boston at Detroit.
Philadelphia at Cleveland
New York at St. Louis.
'Washington at Chicago.
New York at St. Louis.
Uoston at Detroit.
Philadelphia at Cleveland.
Bt. Louis, 4; Washington. 3.
Philadelphia, 7; Detroit. 3.
Chicago. 7; New York. -4
Boston. 9; Cleveland.
Standing ot Clubs.
New Tork 25 15
Cincinnati 23 19
.ret. win. lxit.
Pittsburgh .... 23 19
St Louis 23 26
Philadelphia... 19 22
Boston 13 23
Pittsburgh at Boston.
St Louis at Brooklyn.
Chicago at New York.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Chicago, at New York.
St Louis at Brooklyn.
Pittsburgh at Boston.
St Louis. 5; New York, 2.
Brooklyn, 2; Chicago. 1.
Boston, 3; Cincinnati. 2.
Philadelphia. 2: Pittsburgh.
Standing of Cluns.
W. L. Pet Win. Lose.
Baltimore 24 16 .600 .610 .5S5
Chicago 26 19 -578 .587 .563
Buffalo 20 19 .513 .525 .5&
Pittsburgh 20 22 .476 .48S .46
Brooklyn 18 20 .474 .487 .42
St Louis 22 25 .468 .479 .45S
Indianapolis ..19 23 .452 .465 .442
Kansas City... 21 26 .447 .458 .428
Buffalo at Kansas City.
Pittsburgh at St Louts.
Brooklyn at Chicago.
Baltimore at Indianapolis.
Buffalo at Kansas City.
Pittsburgh at St Louis.
Brooklyn at Chicago
Baltimore at Indianapolis.
Baltimore, 7: Indianapolis, 6.
St Louis, 6; Pittsburgh, 5.
Kansas City, 2: Buffalo, 1.
Chic&jto, 3; Brooklyn.
oar. but he swiped it on the end of
, ". nu me ni uuu uuur h
Th ,,th ,, ,,i,rt in fn..r
out of hts place, misjudging a fly that
Milan would ordinarily have had in
Even -in the defeat, there was one
bright light In the work of Harry
Harper, who pitched the final third
of the Frame, after Engol had given
way to a hitter.
Harper showed as much or more
than did Bentley the previous day, for
he did not allow a clean hit in the
two innings In which he workwl. al
though the Browns did beat out a
couple of lnfleld hoppers that were a
credit to tho men off whose bats they
bumped. Harper struck out two. and.
on the whole, his work was particu
larly encouraging, especially In view
of that fact it was about all the real
work he has been called upon to do
w cnaznpicnsnip sames since the sea'
son was ushered? in.
Johnson T-ent in In nlacc of VnTiM.
with two out In the ninth, and had hi
gotten on Toug. Noff would have mado
ms aeDui as a Aauonal, as he had a
bat and was to hit for Harper. Johnson
struck out, however.
In Chicago the Nationals are quar
tered at the Chicago Beach Hotel, -which
is so much an improvement over St.
Louis that comparison is impossible.
The InUnco heit in Missouri took all
tho life anJ ambition out of the men
but here they are on the lake shore,
where there Is always a breeze, and as
socn as they can get In from the game
they can Jump Into real water, instead
of tho water in 3t. LouIsl that would
get hot In a tub before one could re
move his clothes.
Thjthermometer in St. Louis showed
I-,.,8 "A1 that m on the
ceid were dashlmr nrounrf with tKi m...-
cury hovering around the century mark.
The recalling of Gallia from. Kansas
(-lty means, an cxcuk1vw avmm.MU t
these columns yeaterdav. that tifnn ,
F?5? ' "other month, at least one
minor league club. TVho will go Is one
of the mysteries of the camp.
Although out of nosltlnn Tia. mr-..ii,-
vas hero for a magnificent sprinting
catch off Pratt in the third. It was a
line drive whlth called for all speed
aneao. out Moeller ramA fn cm n. u.&
he was able to grab It back of second.
a ip .unnirnis jaier ne hesitated be
fore catching his stride In getting back
for K. Walker's Jrlve. Barelv ..it
MOCllcr's Flove. the hall r-r.r,H.J
to the fenca. and went for a home run.
tielag the score.
til. . j,t . .
fPYF'a,V.L ?! SoVe,,d was an unusual
?p.er'enTce, Jor Schaefer. I the fourth
I nf,I" Leary,s fly, and the runner was
The Griffmen allowed tlw Smni..
! Tr tn ,1.. tfAM& , .. "a fcu
jk t uonl .'" lnB "ttn Dy con-
.trlbutlng a couple of errors. Shopn
- SS a.bU.nt that Engel Juggled like
a crap shooter. Then Morgan booted
a grounder that bounded almost long
enough to enable Shotten to breeze in
Wally Smith was used as an emer
p.tnc.yJhltier ,n Place of Acosta. He
singled sharply over seconl and un
doubtedly gave way to Ainsmlth, run
The Nationals made two clean hits
!.ni fi ei?htnv fhen a double play
guillotined a belated Qriffithfan nisn
that promised to at least even the
V. Ith C. Walker on first in the eighth.
Gandll slumbered when Harper threw
to try to nip the runner. The first
oaseman apparently expected Walker
" u, m return 10 me sag. Instead
the runner darted to second.
The suspensions of Griffith and
Milan are Indefinite, they afe expected
to miss half of the series at Chicago
"r a J?sxir J thelr run-ln with
Gandll! injured his left wrist in
sliding back to first In the second He
wore a heaw bandage during the re
mainder of the afternoon.
After Foster had shoved his team to
li! ,th a P" ln the third,
the Griffmen proceeded to drop the
honors to the Brownie In th- fourth
22d, rifth- Ernest Walker, brother of
Dixie Walker, shoved a fast one out
over Dan Moeller's head for y'our cor
ners, tying the tilly InUbe fourth, and
the scenri was all ready for-the prize
boot of the day in the next frame.
Shotten lived on Engel's fumble, and
j-tole as Austin fanned. Ernest Walk
er's roller made Morgan look foolish,
and so Shotten kept right on and scored
the run that give his team the victory.
Sh ten.cf.rt S 1 2 0 0
Aujtln.Jb.. X q 1 4 0
Moeller.cf.. 3 110 0
4 1 :
1 1 3
0 0 0
0 0 3
4 J 7
4 0 4
5 0 1
l o Prattlb..
4 12 3 1
B.wrrf.cf 4 ; o o o
C.Walker.lf 4 2 0 0 0
rr.lb.... 4 l :o a o
Wre. . 3 0 r Z 1
Ajraew.c. . 2 4 S S 0
Himilton.p J 0 0 1 0
Totali... 29 I.1U I
i a n
TCMUrti.c. l o
Totli 20 i, ! 3
Batted for Acoita In elgtith tnnins
tRan for Smith ln eighth Inning;.
JB&tted for McBride In ninth innlns
Waablncton . . .. .. C03 000 (402
St. I-ouls . 200 110 (0 I
Buns roster. Henry. Ensel. Shotten. Aus
tin, Pratt. E Walker Three-le hit Pos
ter. Home runs Pratt and B. U'aJk-r. Hits
Off Engel. S In. t Innlnirs- off Harper. 2 In
2 lnnlnss Sacrlflc hits Moeller ani Warts.
Farrlfice fly Schaefer. Stolen oasesKhotten
and C Walker. Double plays Pratt to
Wares to Leary; Wares to Pratt to Leary;
McHrMe to M or ran tn Gandll Left on bare
Washlneton.4:SL Louis, t. First is en holla
Off Ensrel. 1; OK Hamilton. 2; orf Harper.
1. Struck out By Ensel. 2: by Hamlltni. 3;
by Harper. 3 Passed ball Airaew. Umpires
Messrs. O'Lnushlln and Hlldebmnd. Time
ot rame 2 hours and IS minutes
Cardinals and Giants
Break Even on Series
NEW TORK. June 10. St, Louis and
the Giants broke even on their series
when the Cardinals, with Salee In the
box. won the final game by 5 to 2. The
game resolved itself to the twlrlers.
Sable having the better of Demaree.
The score . R. H. E.
St, Louis 000 OOO 020 S-5 7 0
New Tork 000 000 COO Q-2 S 4
Batteries Salee and Wlnsro: Demaree
REFITTING NEW RIGGING TO A POSSIBLE DEFENDER OF AMERICA'S- GUP
Fastening the main sheet of the Defiance to the boom for today's first
raco with the Resolute and the Vanitie to select a defender against
Lipton's Shamrock IV, challenger for the America's Cop, the blue rib
bon of yachting supremacy.
TO SET NEW RECORD
Johnson Drew the Biggest
Throng to Navin Field to
Date on May 18, 1913.
DETROIT. Mich., June 10. When the
Washington Senators show up here they
are expected to hang up a new attend
ance record for Navln Field. They
hold the present mark. 24,455, drawn to
see Carl Zamloch battle Walter John
son on Sunday, May 18, 1913. and when
they play here on Sunday, June 21, it
is expected that a larger crowd than
that will see the clash. Now that
both the Tigers and the Senators are
fighting uo around the top of the pro
cession, thev are the best drawing
I cards in the American League.
Last Sunday s crowd ol 3,6o3 at Na
vln Field stands fourth in the list of
big attendances at the Tigers' stadium,
falling slightly less than 4.0(0 short of
the record made Sunday, May 18, 1913.
when a game between the Tigers and
Washington, with Walter Johnson
pitching against Zamloch, attracted 34,
The next largest crowd was that of
opening day, April 20, 1912. the first
game ever played at Navln Field. This
event brought out 24,282. The next day
another mammoth throng was on hand,
the paid count then being 22.468.
Record throngs at Navln Field follow:
Sunday. May 18. 1913, 24,455, Detroit vs.
Opening day. April 20. isiz. 2i.3az
Sunday. April zt 1912. 22.468
Sunday. June 7. 1914. 20.559.
Opening day, April 14, 1914. 20,142.
Old Bennett Park record, April 16,
Wheat's Perfect Throw
Enables Robins to Win
BROOKLYN. June 10. Zach Wheat
made a wonderful return of Williams
fly and doubled up Johnston, there
by eavlng the game frorj the
clutches of Chlcayo CvKx, tsw home
club winning by : le 1,
Score by Innings: A 'C E-
Chicaeo 000 00s- 100 1 4 1
Brooklyn 11" 000 ro 2
Batteries Zabel, Vaughn,
Bresnahan, Needham; Reulbach,
fer and Mccarty.
White Sox Manage to
Clean Up Entire Series
CHICAGO. June 10. The Yankees
dropped the last ame of the series here
to the White Sox, not getting a single
contest. The final battle was a uwat
fest in which the home team produced
the better walloping In the pinches.
Cicotte was driven from the slab after
four innings, and Scott was touched up
freely. The score. It.H.i:.
Yankees 002 000 002 t 10 4
White Sox 300 300 Olx 7 12 2
Batteries Yankees. Keating and Gos
sctt, Nunamaker; White Sox, Cicotte,
Scott and Schalk.
Close Shave for Bouts.
SAN FRANCISCO. June ia Prize
fighting had a narrow escape from be
ing crossed off this city's program of
future entertainments today, when the
Loard of supervisors voted 9 to 8 to re
voke all fight permits. Cnder the char
t r. 10 voles were necessary to adopt
the resolutions, and one member of
the board was absent.
HAYDEN GREW PEEVED
CLEVELAND, Ohio, June 10. Jack Ifejlrtoa and his Loujsville war
riors, quartered at a downtown hotal, m!&$ mMing for a bus to carry
them to League Park.
A well-dressed stranger, ra&attrf njlbaeniable symptoms of the,
baseball bug, edged his passage through a cluster of Colonels to where
Manager Hayden was orating.
"Beg .pardon, but aren't you Branch Rickey, of tha St. Louis
"Wot tha h ! Who? Rickey-: Browns! G-r-u-u-h! Suh, I'll
have you to understand that this is the Louisvillo baseball club. Get
that? Baseball club! We're in the American Association, and we're
better than at least eeven other club3 in that league. And I why, I'm
Jack Hayden, boss of the Colonels."
But before Hayden's wrath had. begun to subside the indiscreet
stranger was several squares from the hotel.
It was quite evident that the Browns are still the official butt for
jests, despite their recast fcivstat to
TIGERS BREAK EVEN
Mackmen Support Shawkey in
Brilliant Fashion and Land
the Final Contest.
DETROIT, Mich., June 10. The Jun
galeers were able only to break even
with the world's champions after grab
bing the first brace of contests. Yes.
terday's game went to the Mackmen,
who backed up the erratic Shawkey
in brilliant fashion. Mclnnea' stop of
Cobb's terrific drive ln the eighth.
doubling Moriarty at second, was the
individual play of the game. Ty Cobb
stole home in the fourth while Shaw
key was winding ufX Baker's homer
in the second frame was hts second
ln as many days. The score.
Mackmen 010 305 000 7 9 2
Tigers 001 200 000-3 3
Batteries Mackmen. Shawkey and
Lapp: Tigers, Dubuc, Main, Boehler,
Naps Go to Pieces and
Red Sox Clean Up Series
CLEVELAND, Ohio, June 10. The
Red Sox made a clean sweep of the
I series: with the Naps, when the lattsr
outfit went to pieces absolutely ln the
sixth. Three of the visitors' runs were
f irced acoas by the wildness of Colla
more and Blandlng. Cooper pitched
good ball for the Red Sox, but Coumrbe
blew up ln the ninth. 3 he score.
). H. E.
Red Sox OH 007 010-9 11 2
Najis 000 100 104-6 11 1
Batteries Red Sox, Cooper. Coumbe,
and Cady, Carrlgan: Naps, Collamore,
Blandlng ond Basrler.
Overland Track Opens
After Eight Years' Rest
DENVER. June 10. For the first
time in eight years, except for a brief
attempt at racing three years ago. a
race meeting will be held at the old
Overland track here beginning next
Saturday. Running horses numbering
350 are here for the meeting which
will Continue until July 4.
The promoters ulan n. aomblnation
tunning and harness rare meeting. The
flnt six days two hamem events will
be on the program. Thereafter the
enrds will be made up of running
events exclusively. This will be the
first race meeting held under the new
Colorado horse racing,, law which
licenses such events Under the law
arl-mutuel betting is allowed. Over
ind track was built In 1SS3 and meet
ings utre held annually until boou
maklng was forbidden ln 1906.
All Details of Bout
Settled; Ritchie Is Off
NEW YORK. June 10. After consid
erable Jockevlne for position, not to
mention ultimatums and protocols, the
Rltchle-Welsh championship fight is
bpwetl up with the regulation rail tape
todav. Forfeits have been posted, and
Ritchie will sail for Europe todav on
the Aquitanla. ac- ompanlcd iy his man
ager. Emll Thlery. and several friends.
The match will bo staged at ths London
Olympla on July 4.
r-.i'MlK,aBX3JB V . ,' 1 - .AY. ?,
The hollow steel mait of the Defiance
fattening the new freak rig which
Pittsburgh Veteran's.Double Re
sults in Only Run Mayers Al
lows Visitors. '
PHILADELPHIA, June. 101 By' get
ting a safety in the game which Phil
adelphia won from Pittsburgh by 3
to 1, John Henry Wagner, the grand
old man of baseball, registered his
3,000th base hit as a major league
player. Wagner's 3,000th Wngli was
for two bases, and it came In the ninth
inning, and resulted ln a run for the
Pirates. Furthermore, it .sent over;
the only run tallied off Pitcher Erskine
Mayer. The failure of the Pirates kept
them from moving up nearer first
place. With victory they would have
Jumped up, as Cincinnati and Chl
oago both dropped their games.
Old Man Wagner's 3.000th bingle
came ln the .ninth Inning. He had
stood at the plate three times before.
The first time Mayer passed him. The
second trip he hit a ball that Mageo
fumbled probably some scorers might
have stretched a point and credited the
J ancient shortstop with a scratch safety
fl 111C ,111C. U TAilCk;, WUb tlb ,'UU,4
nave marrea uie record. Anynow,
Honus settled the chance for an ar
gument on his last appearance.
Like a shot out of a cannon, he
smashed the sphere to left field. It
was on a line, several feet over Ma
gee's head, and hit about five yards
In front of Becker. The ball hopped
high, continued over the left fielder's
held to the bleacher wall, and it was
easy for the gray-haired pastlmer to
plant himself on second base. The
crowd cheered with as much henest
vim and delight as If the hit had been
a homer made by Cravath, Luderus.
or Magee. of the home club. And
Wagner was as happy as a boy with
a new toy.
Score by Innings: R.H.E.
Pittsburgh rf..0OO 000 001-1 5 0
Philadelphia 000 003 O0x-3 9 3
Batteries Conzelman and Gibson;
Mayer and KUIifer.
Freak Betting Increases
On International Matches
NEW YORK.- June 10. Betting on
the outcome of the polo series quick
ened somewhat ln the financial dis
trict yesterday, but no large wagers
3.000TH BASE HI
were placed. Freak bets seemed to be J keep ahead of the Jungaleers. Mean
more In favor than straight bets on while, watch those Mackmen set the
the series. In Fred Schumm'a $500 to J
tsau was wagerea on me American
team to defeat its opponent. Several
other smaller bets were made at the
same odds. The betting Is even money
that the American team wins the first
game and also $100 to $200 that the
first game will not be played Satur
day. A bet of $400 to $500 on the Resolute
to win today's race between the three
America's Cup candidates was report
Among the Minors.
Indianapolis. 7: St. Paul. 3.
Milwaukee, 9: Columbus. 5.
Kansas City. 4; Cleveland. S.
Indianapolis, 3; Louisville. 2.
Baltimore. 7: Jersey City. 1 (first
Baltimore, ; Jersey City, 2 (second
game). . .
Providence, 1: Newark. 0.
Rochester, 3: Toronto. 1.
Buffalo, 5: Montreal. 1.
Tork. 7: Reading. 0.
Allentown. 10- Trenton. 2.
Harrisburg, 8; Tork, 0.
Southern Association. -Nashvllle,.8:
Memphis. : Chattanooga. 3.
New Orleans. 5; Mobile. 0.
Montgomery, 3;-BirmIngham,-A ,
has been removed aad the' new wooden mast is skowx as ker crew begins
has caused so much comment among yachtsmen.
Big Leagne Biff era" of a
" Dy. n
Janvrin,RedSox 2 2 4 1.000
Corriden, Cuba.. 112 1.000
O'Neill, Naps... 112 1.000
High, Tigers.... Ill 1.000
Smith, Griffmen 111 1.000
Peck, Yankees.. 5 4 5 .q0
Olson, Naps 4 3 .3 .750
Baker Mackmen 3 2 5 .667
.Collins, W.v Sox. 3 23 .067
Magee, .Phillies'. 3.-2 "i .667
Cravath, Phillies 3 2 "3 .667
Magee, Cards... 3 2 2 .G67
Strunk, Mackmen 3.2 2 .667
Barry, Mackmen 3 2 2 .667
Schmidt, Braves 3 2 2 .667
Won six and lost sir-so far en the
Bet the Griffmen are glad to have
escaped from those Brownies.
The gink who picked Rickey's team
for soft ones should be hanged.
The Mackmen managed. to break even
with the Jungaleers. thanks to their
Though his timely hitting won Mon
day's game, "Shag" Thompson was
benched by Connie Mack yesterday.
"Raga" O'Loughlitr is up to his old
tricks' again, suspending players to
keep up his high average for the same
with his boss.
"Cutie" Morgan's boot let In the win
ning tally yesterday, but how about
those timely wallops that never came
at other stages of the contest?
Bill Carrigan's Red Sox made a
clean sweep of the NapUnders, shov
ing them still farther back In the race.
Nobody has any pity for the Naps.
"Slim" Sallee won a fine pitching I
duel from AI Demaree yesterday at
the Polo Grounds, enduring the not
pace Just a wee bit better than, the
The Orlffmen must hustle now to
pace out there ln front of this little old
According to the dope, the Federal
League backers are ready to throw up
the sponge unless they can buy a
bunch of big league stars. The ven
ture has proved a failure.
After playing tjiree light-hitting
games, the Yankees and White Sox
mixed up In a swatting bee yesterday,
twenty-two hits being chalked up.
Such Is life on big league diamonds.
Ernest Walker, who Is playing util
ity sferden roles for the Brownies. Is a
younger brother of Dixie Walker, for
mer National twirler. However. Ern
est Is said to possess more gray stuff
than his brother.
JVJiK 3 TO M, ISfCLUSIVE.
Special Train Pennsylvania H. R.
Parlor Car Attached From Union
Station, li05 P. St.
EWIRK. "1.00. ADMISSIO.V. 50e.
Special trains. Qitsapeak Bach n. K.
from District line. 13 noon and l.D p. m.
Far SO cents.
Ife'clal TraUs Over tae W., I.i,
ILL BE REPLACED
St .Louis Fed Mogul" Says Club
-Owners 'Are Satisfied With
ST. LOUIS; Jua 10. Tluraors that
Mordecsi Brown will be deposed as man
ager of the St. Louis Federals were set
at jest today; by ex-Presldnt Stelnlnger
and Dlrector'otto F. etlfcL Stlfel Issued
a statement In which he raid, the former
Chicago pitcher would fee retained; that
tho club owners wero satisfied It was no
fault of Brown's the" team was -la sev
enth place In tho league standing.
Stelnlnger announced no attempt
would-be made to slxn-Armando Mar
ians. Cincinnati National outfielder, un
til the -Cuban was a free agent. Mar
sans. who has been In town since hts
suspension by Manager Henog last
week, announced he would sign with ths
local. Federals -when his ten-day notice
to the Cincinnati owners had expired.
Champion Bulldog Dead.
NEW YORK, June 10, Champion
Hewlett King Orry. rated as one of ths
best English bulldogs in America, la
dead at . the kennels of bis owner,
Charles P. Boyd, of 'Lansdowne, Pa.,
according to news received here today.
King Orry was known .In every dog
show ring in England and the United
States. He was-valued at $L5O0.
Drives Malaria Oat oi tie Systea
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A UTTLE OF EVERYTHING.
By "BUGS" BAER. '
Oft WHst Oily t&lur St Lwe
difa't tika ni ohi fraacUs ia the
We are doing fairly B an. am
Wettern trip. Notts of the playerf
have mitteS a' meal era train.
Sir Thomas Upton says he. was never rnors
conadsat of winning the cap. u shouldn't
1m hop this early.
In spite of th fact that the hull hoi
been taken away from right field, tht
umpires atiQ keep en making them.
WUlie JtUclUe wiO plan Beinla Aim
merman a game of golf. It thoitld it
tha oett gam of golf anybody eva
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DAILY SHORT STORY.
Pitcher wavers. Waivan.
Shift Batting Order
And Win From Reds
BOSTON. June 11 The aMftlnr of
Boston's batting order apparently solved
. problem for the Braves as they won
front the Ctneteaatt elu by 3 to i. Each
club got two games ot the series. Score
by mnlags: P-KJB.
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' Batterfeav-Davenport sad. dark; esa
Alrm -tawrr "WlllUsas
One of Grlffmen's backstops
and a moat vicious clouter. His
job Is safe.
And so are you safe when,
you . lj(y Tw olothjnr- aa
furnishings from this store
' TDoVn by the Navy Yard."
Especially must yon bo care
ful ln buying; blue serge sultsv
Blue Serge Suits .
are sewn with silk, and ar
guaranteed to remain true
blue, unaffected by rain or
sunlight. They are $18 suits.
We can sell them for $13.S
because we are out of the
main business section of the
city where rents are high.
Shoes for Men Who De
mand Style, Wear, and
Bieber Shqe $2
$2.50 and $3
$3.50 and $5
TW Ham's Departaeal Stare
Dnr by the Nary Yard
901-909 8th St. S.E.