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"SOME PEOPLE WILL DO ODD THINGS IN ????G< ENDEAVOR TO GET EVEN," MUSES THE SAGE OF ROCK CREEK
Sweet Patootie" Keeps Things '
live When H_mpton Rds Wins
The Times' Complete Sport Page ^"-=? -
LOOKING ?? OVER
LOUIS A DOUGHER
Saw the Navy win a football f-ame yesterday. Saw Second-class
sician Joe Wheelock enjoy himself ?-lamming Lieut. Bill Brown, Mar
corps, all over the *-od at Central Stadium. Saw Seaman Herbert
Tinier Ensign E'.ward out of the way to get at Chief Storo Keeper
jghman and First-class Ship's Fitter Hendricks. Saw Third-clas?
nner'?? Mate Walson. whose old dad runs a bank right here in thi.s
n'?? town grab two brilliant forward passes and chase him.self over
? line for touchdowns. The regulations were smashed to flinders when
? Hampton Roads Trainintr Station eleven defeated the U. S. S. Pean
vania 27 to 13, for the Eastern football championship of the navy.
It waa a fine, sunny afternoon when old Irv Belt and I blew into
? place, followed by that pest, Bob Pritchard. We beat Bo'sun Joe
niela by a ship's length and had five fathoms on Gen. Joseph T. Dick
Ji. A whole lot o' fish stood around the entrance, kept a respectful
tance by Sweet Alyssum, one of Major Pullman's stalwart cops with
?n-*-5t measurement of 26-inches. They wanted to give up money to
? the navy win. but the cops wouldn't permit it. Wasn't that strange?
- had yellow itekets and so walked right past the two neat young
rines and rushed over to the four neater marinettes who showed us
ere we belonired. They knew.
. sweet little band was playing
r Id the rottene? seats available,
t why they put that band -?/here the
sician? ?couldn't see anything pui
i na a bit, t**at Musician Wheelock
de amenda by doing all his best
ht down where the poor flute play
er? horn blowers could see hi?
ry move. The hackneyed "Made
? was wafted out upon the ?oft
ese and popular aira fell over each
er In a wild pursuit. They teach
? snappy stuff in the navy, any
V C. P. O. with a ere. ? kin a* machine
?ne out from the bowels beneath the
'urn and got all ready for the big
iff. the arrival of Secretary Daniels,
.t hat, flowing tie an' eve'ythtng.
en a marine stepped out and blew
? aseen?ly in regulation styl? and
rose the field came the athletes.
<ey were needed as witnesses when
s eoe toeeed out the ball. This was
new stant in football. We've seen
etball for ag?? and ages and ages.
:t not t:il November 27. 1919. did we
er se? a guy atand up and throw out
football to a waiting athlete. Joe
ade a record yeeterday, believe us.
Be?tk ___? Start Slowly.
Both team? started slowly. They
??_ed to have cricks in their knee?
? eomethlng. Th? battleship babi?s,
?. basineasllke b'.-ick Jersey?, began
pplng the shore boays all to bits. Lit
? Mike Thompson, once graduate
anager at Georgetown, now the
?hole ? eese at M*_ St. Mary's and
t? of the very best little referees in
ne country, had to k??p on his toes,
basing that bail up and down the
Carl Wrniams. a gr?at quarterback
X Penn in the dark ages before the
?leased light of prohibition came te
? a. was the umpire. He gave Mike
nany a grand little race.
Tom Thorp, with balloon-like pro
t?ortior..?, wa.? a wise bird. He was a
?eld Judie? and , "**e!ng a Judge, he
preserved his dignity by standing still.
He didn't even ruffle the parting of his
hair nor bother the crease In his whit?
trou??r.?. It looked like Palm Beach
to gaze at Tom.
Quickly the battleship bab:?? flung
fo-ward passes and scored a couple of
touchdowns. Just like that.
Ttse Peat Betta le.
Who did that'"' butted in the pest.
Bob Pritchard. folding up h?? pro
rram and putting it in hi? pocKet.
".?-n't this a ripping game"*- chir
ruped a darling child immediately be
hind us. Our neck is still lame. It
was a long afternoon.
Then the lads in the gray Jersey
started doing things, and when the
flr?t half ended the score was 13 to 1
In favor of the Navy. We had all ou
dime on the Navy to win.
"Who"? going to win?" called out a
colonel or an admiral, as the gray
Jerseyed athletes came off the field
to get a drink or eat a hot turkey
"Well get 'em next time on condi
tion," was the cheery answer.
The navy always goe? down with
Sllea?? Ia "aal tri-???*.
A great silence had pervaded thi
stadium throughout the flrst half, 'it
didn't seem to be in the regulations tS
do more than breathe. The C. P. Q.
with the cranking machine caught
Secretary Daniels breathing once
This great triumph of the mo*rie art
will probably be shown at all "training
stations for the next five month.?
Then ?ome coal passer'll sure burn up
But b?twe?n the halves the s!len-*e
A tall C. P. O., with a ?mile frozen
upon his face, stood out on Bill Foley
running track and shouted: "Hey
Mike, any room up there? I got ?
?weet patootie with me. Got any
With one voice, we all roared: "Tee
Even the past. Bob Pritchard, join
ed in this welcom?.
Ib ? od?? -Treet Pet ?e tie.
And what d'ya know?that guy
really did come bouncing down the
steps with a real sweet patootie. Did
they get seats' We'll ?ay they did.
And everybody lamped the swe?t pa
tootie. It made our afternoon worth
And say. that guy could root. He
put some life into the game. II? was
rooting for the battleship babies,
which made it sort o' rough, for Chief
Wheelock?oh. yes. we all called him
Chief, even the pest. Bob Pritchard ?
kept on doing a whole lot of things
to Brownie and his pals.
The Hampton Hoads boys marched
up and down th? field in both direc
tions and slammed over Chief Whee
lock a couple of times for touch
downs. Everybody cheered the Chief,
to hear this said of our
$40 suits are worth $50
And it's especially gratify
ing to know that this infor
mation is unsolicited by us.
For many men, admitting
they have looked all 'round
at "ready-made'' values, tell
us that nowhere have they
seen fabrics of the quality
we cut and make to your
measure for $40 and up.
And it's true. Every reput
able store in the, city will
charge you $10 to $15 more
than we do, for suitings and
overcoatings of this grade.
Furthermore, wherever it
is desired, we can make a
second pair of trousers to a
suit. That's what 80% of
the men are demanding to
day?it's something they
can't get in "ready-mades."
Newcorn & Green
1002 F Street N. W.
Open Saturday Evenings L'uni
Center's Center Now
GEORGETOWN", ?y., Nov. 28?
Kicking eleven straight goals
from touchdown here yesterday
against Georgetown College
Weaver, star center on the Center
College eleven, brought hie total
up to forty-six straight, which is
believed to be a record. Weaver
has missed but one touchdown
goal this year.
Center found Georgetown ripe
for picking and won, 77 to 7.
but he never turned around. It seem
ed all old stuff to him.
?? heelo?-!?. la '?avme-'a Star.
If there was any real star in that
game, it was Joe Wheelock, who is
old enough to have invented the fly
ing wedge. He was the only one to
do any spilling in the backfleld. He
made perfect interference for his own
side and really had a good time. Ves.
come to think of it, he was the only
back on the field to hit the line low.
Mebbe that's why he shoved over
couple of touchdowns for Hampton
Roads, giving It the championship.
But wait-let's not forget that sail
or boy with the water bucket. There
was an earnest worker, if ever there
was one. He first came to our notice
during the second period when he
brought in a goodly part of the At
lantic ocean from far down on Elev
enth street. He splashed most of it
all over the gridiron, for he was
traveling in high.
Using up the Atlantic ocean in
three mad gallops, he next appeared
with the Carribean sea. As soon nu
that was gone he came back with the
Baltic, then followed with the Yel-|
low sea and a part of the waters sur-!
rounding the Azore?, and flnal'y
wound up with a grand ?plash in the
final period whpnh? brought in the
Pacific ocean in a huge lard pai!.
Even Joe LMckman cheered that ?ob.
H? deserved it.
"Wasn't that a great game?" chir
ruped the darling child immediately
behind us. By that time our nc ;k
wouldn't bend any more and. besid??:!,
old Irv Belt, cautioned with "Remem
ber, she may be married." But no
voice like that could ever belong ta
a storm anil strife, no, not a voi?.e
Doomed To SllcBce.
After the game we heard a drea?l
ful thing about Kaiser, the battle
ship fullback. He's doomed to silen*?;
for a week or ten days. Yep, Just
because his team was trimmed to a
fare-you-well by Chief Joe Wheelock,
Kaiser will take a vow to say no'h
ing for at least a week. That's pr?t
ty toogh, too, for this thirty-eight
year-old Chief Machinist's Mate is a
good player. He just happened to be
up against It. that'? all.
John Keller led the interview ins
reporters, totaling several hundred,
and with the final whistle the two
teams were surrounded on the grid
iron and compelled to tell their rlirhi
names Then they all went down
town to a turkey dinner and forgi-t
their troubles laughing at Ed Wynn'.;
funny show at Billy Fowler's o.vn
And old Irv Belt and I quit the
pest. Bob Pritchard, went out to Lin
coln Park, hitting two motor cars ori
the way. and killed our own turk??y.
demolishing the bird and putt'n :
away a peck of potatoes, two quai's
of cranberries, an oak tree of cerelry,
most of the mince meat In Washing
ton, etc., etc.
And the Navy won.
VIRGINIA CADETS ANNEX
GAME FROM V. P. I. TEAM
ROANOKE. Va., Nov. 28.?Virginia
Military Institute, forceo to travel
??ver a nineteen-year route of deOat
after defeat, has waited until "Red"
I leming arrived to coach the team to
a vlcfiry over Virginia Polytechnic
The Lexington cadets showed in no
uncertain terms just what they could
a<?~ompll.?h here when the Bla? ksburg
lads were routed by a score of 13 to 0.
Bunting's touchdown In the first
period was the result of a forward
pas.? from I.eech. who kicked Um goal.
In the final period Stuart carried the
ball over after It had been carried to
the one-ynrd Une by a series of for
Fleming'?? short forw-ird passes, a
r?-li?? ?>f th?? ??Id WashinK,,?>n and Jef
ferson play, were unstopped by the
I.lacksburg men. The larg? st crowd
in the history of football saw the
gam??, which was a complete surpris??
for the i:i-wk?burg men.
GOETZ IS CAPTAIN.
ANN ??.???*. Mich.. Nov. it.?
Angus Cootz ha.? been re.elected cap
tain of the Michigan football eleven
for 132ft. He comes from Detroit,
Mich., and is consider???! one of the
best forwards in the Middle West.
WILLIAMS WAS THIRD.
Bobby Williams was third in the
Halt nuore Cross ?'ountry Club race
in Baltimore yesterday. Jack Unsold
won the slx-rmle e\cnt for the home
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BY PENN'S ELEVEN
PHILADELPHIA. Ta, Nov. -"8.? The
big Bed team goes back to Ithaca
today after one of the worst beating.?
ever administered to Cornell elevens
in history by the I'niversity of Penn
sylvania. The score of M to 0 gained
at the expense of Cornell's team on
Franklin Field yesterday is no indi
cation of the beating that Cornell got
during the afternoon.
Yesterday's contest marked the last
for eight of Penn's regulars and they
took full measure In rollicking
through and around "Speddy" Rush's
The Penn Players were superior in
every department of the game. They
outrushed, outpassefl, outkicked,
and generally outplayed Cornell
throughout the game.
Cornell showed no offensive power
while Penn slashed and battered the
red line to the limit, interlarding the
line play with forward passes which
caught the Cornell secondary asleep.
But twice during the game did Cor- I
nell brace. Penn was stopped once |
on the 1 yard line In the only attempt
at sustained resistance.
The first period was rather closely
fought, but Penn, with much In re
I serve, tried out the Ithacans, with
the Idea of seeking the weak spots.
j In the second period Penn scored. Bell
heaving to Hopper standing Inside
his lOyard line. Cornell had held
on the 1-yard line just previous.
Starting a whirlwind attack In the
! second half Penn romped through for
a touchdown, Light ?coring, after
which Itrunner counted with a
! field goal. In the final period Bell
! uncorked a forw.ir?! pass to Miller,
who was able to score a touchdown
without a Cornell man touching him.
I'enn and Cornell played many subs
in the latter part of the game.
IN FINAL GRID BATTLE
CHAR?SSTOWN W. Va.. Nov. 2S.?
West Virginia Wc.?leyan. after smash
ing defeats at the hand? of ?-arietta
and Washington and Jefferson showcl
Catholic I'nl versit. players a thing
or two yesterday, ; nd cairn? back int?
the limelight with ->. 30 to 0 win over
the District of Columbia players.
Catholic University men were great
ly outweighed and outplayed thr?iug?i
out the contest. There was consid
erable difference In all-around play
between the teams.
The mountalne? rs tallied a tou.h
down two minutes after play start?d
?nd another forty-seven seconds later.
Varied line anil n.-rial attacks played
havoc with the C. V. defense.? The j
visitors were bew ildered by the fr???.:?:
formations and ?nappy work of the j
West Virginia forwards.
GENERALS. JUST WIN.
NEW < M'LEANS. Nor. _.- A .?Up
per*/ run by llxlfback Haines for
iwenty yards through a broken Meld'
In the first period for a touchdown
gav? Washington and Le?. a victory
over Tulane. 7 to 0, her?? yesterday.
This run followeil a gallop of sixty
flv?? yiirds by Corbett, who had picked
up a fumble. Tulane threatened the
Generals' goal three times thereafter,
but failed to score.
COACH DAWSQN QUITS.
NEW YORK. Nov. 2?.?Fred T.
Dawson has resigned as coach of the
Columbia football. basketball and
baseball teams, giving ill-health as
JERSEY CITY. Nov. 28. -Pete Her
man, of New Orleans, the bantam
champion, prove?! too clever for
Mi? key Russell in eight rounds here
DOYLE IS WINNER.
Harolfl A. Doyle won low net nnd
? low gross score in yesterday's play
in the Columbia Country Club holi
day golf turnanient.
Alexandria defeated Charlotti? Hall,
i 13 to 0, in their annual same at Al
Hampton Roa-is N. T. C, t?; I*. 8 S
Maryland State. 14; John? Hopkin?. 0.
Weit Yirginiu Wesley an. 38; Catholic
(Jallauiiet. 20; War Hlek, 15.
Pennsylvania. 24; Cornell, 0
Hrown. 7, ('?jlumbla? 7.
North Carolina. 6; Virginia, 0.
G??? State. 20; Pittsburgh, 0.
Weat Virginia, 7. Washington ?nd Jef
I'etrolt. 21 ; Holy Croa?. 7.
The Citadel. 14; South Carolina. 7.
Western Reeerve. IS; Case. 3.
Washington State. 41; Montana. 14.
Oklahoma. 33; Oklahoma Aggiea, I,
Notre Dame. 14, Mornlngaide, (.
Colorado. 13; Colorado Aggiea, 0.
Canter, 77; Georgetown (Ky), 7.
Kentucky, 13, Tenneaaee. 0.
Uucknell, 0. Dickinson. 0.
Southern California. 13; Stanford. 0.
Ml??!??ippi. 6; Miaalaalppi College. 0.
Washington, 7: California. 0
Washington University, 7; St. Louis. 0.
Davidson, 41: Furman. 14.
North Carolina State, 21; Wake For
Michigan Aggira. 7; Wabash. 7.
Alabama, 14. Miasis?lpi>i Aggies, 6
Georgi?, 0; Clemaon. 0.
Nebraska, 3. Syracuse, 0.
Vanderbilt. 33. S e wane?, 21.
W_hln*-t??n and I.ee, 7; Tulane, 0
lliaaourl, 13; Kan???, ?.
Auburn. 14. ?T?eorgla Tech, T.
Virginia Military Inatitute, 13; Virginia
Cettyaburg, 3; Franklin aod Marshall, 0
NORTH CAROLINA TAKES
VIRGINIA OVER JUMPS
CB?G??. RILL? Mt, C. Nov. 2R.?
T'nlversity of \':rginia students were
mercifully spared the sight of seeing
North Carolina University administer
a 6-to-0 defeat to the Charlottesville
men here yesterday because the bulk
of the student body was denied the
privilege of coming down for the
The Tarheels, for the sixth time
In twenty-live years, scored ? win
over Virginia, and there is consider
able rejoicing? over the victory?!.
Since the Charlottesville men had de
feated V. M. I, and V. M. I. had
trounced Carolina, there was thought
little to the battle until the teams
took the field. ?
Virginia fail-d, a? it has generally
this fall In football, and Carolina,
taking advantage of the breaks,
thrust home a victory. Carolina's
long forward pass, Lowe to Coleman.
scored a touchdown late In the scc
The Virginians failed to threaten
Carolina'!, defense? until late In the
second half, when three forward
passes strovo desperately to even up
GNUNERS ARE SOFT.
Rex Athletic Club players landed a
???-to-O win over the ?Seaman <;unner
team yesterday at L'nion Park. Moy
er'a run of seventy-five yards for a
touchdown after Intercepting a for
ward pass was the feature.
HOLY CROSS LOSES.
DETROIT. Nov.' 28?Outplayed In
every way. Holy Cross went down In
defeat here yesterday before Detroit
University, 21 to 7.
MARINE PREPS WIN.
Naval Apprentice School player?
were handed a severe Jolt yesterday
by the Marine I'reps, who walked
away with ? 9-to-<) win.
STILL AFTER GAMES.
The B?* Juniors are still looking
for footoall games with fast 120
pound elcvi-ns of the District. Ad
dress Manager Milton Brown, 1355 ?
Truxton A. C. players were bump
ed in a U-to-0 game with the Quams
Hilton Athletic Club players, un
defeated up to yesterday, were trim
med ao to 0 by the Terminal Midgets
?Vovrinhrr 14th to 29th, lae.
Firat Reee. 1 i**o
Spri'li?! trailla leave White
Hou??- Stetloaj. Klflernlh ?nd II
St?. "North???!, ut 1-H5, G??O,
and Hi?? ? ?*-?? ??*? -?*?* w? ??
.?t *. Rleetrle Lit?.
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lefludiiiK Gevenaaaacet Te_ j
PENN STATE MAKES
HISTORY AT PITT
PITTSBURGH. Pa.. Nor. 28.?Hugo
| Bezdek's Penn State eleven, rated by
I many as the best team in the east,
' despite Ita one defeat at the hands of
! Dartmouth, treated Pittsburgh fane to
' a rare eight here yesterday when Pitt :
? waa beaten soundly by 20 to 0. It
I was the second time this season that
I the Panthers have been trimmed and
? the flrst tim? on Forbea Field.
Penn State had the honor of stop- |
ping the Warner contingent in a his- ?
torical engagement since It is the
first time in the history of football
here that Pitt haa been defeated
twice in a aeason. There waa no j
doubt about Penn State'a victory.
It waa the first time tn seven years
that Penn State has trimmed the Pitt
eleven. And Pitt waa outplayed from
whistle to whistle. Hastings ano
Davis were effectively stopped by the]
Penn State forwards.
Ilei?. Snell and Robb, for the Penn
Staters, were able to make first downs
in two or three tries, while Way'? 47
I yard gallop for a touchdown waa the
? feature of Penn State's rushing game.
Pitt braced tn the third period and
I appeared to be on even terms with the
visitors, but Penn State was superior
in scoring, gaining a touchdown.
Warner's substitutions in the final
! period made things lively for the Tenn
? State team, but faiiled to count for
! the Pitt eleven. Higgins. Hess and
?Way scored touchdowns for Penn
? State while Cubt*age got two goal?
j ufter touchdown.
Penn State'? followers went wild
after the team won. Little better than
? an even break was expected, but the
'decisive win established l'enn State,
especially as Pitt had drawn but one
defeat before yesterday, and that at
tho hands of the Syracuse eleven.
MKE URAfl? TRIUMPHS
OVER YOUNG KID BROAD
Mike Uralne, Washington's "Fight
ing Cop," defeated Young Kid Broad
In fifteen rounds of slam-bang box
ing at Ardmore last night before a
big crowd of fight fans from the Dis
trict and nearby points. Uratne was
easily the better man. driving the
Phlladelphian around the ring with
perfect showers of wallops. Lack of
sleep punch alone saved Broad from
listening to the birdies ?ing.
Joe Schwartz, the Washington
newsboy, knocked out Voung Kilbane,
of Akron, Ohio, dl?playlng* a most
The preliminaries were generally ?
fizzle, Kid Holbrook getting a de
cision over Kid Montano in the only
one to go the limit.
MAY CHOOSE B0YNT0N.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Not. 2S?Al
though no announcement has been
made officially as yet. there is little
doubt that Joe Brook?, of New York,
will return as football coach at Wil
liams ne\t year. Next year's outlook
Is especially bright as most of the
varsity men will return while Benny
Boynton. the brilliant quarterback,
may be re-elected captain.
GRIND STARTS SUNDAY.
NEW YORK, Nov. 28- The annual
sfx-day bicycle race starts at Madison
Square Harden Sunday night. A
large field of ?tars will be seen.
RACING UNDER WAY.
Racing has started at Havana and
New Orleans. There will be at least
100 days of the sport at each track.
On Diamonds, Watches,
(South of Highway Bridge)
Bl SIXES? THANSAITED EXt'LC
Tak? e*r* at 12th st. *m? PrtAsyi
vani? ?ve. f?r so?Ik end of HlgsVay
Brida?, rar? ft? ***h ***r?
WORLD'S CHAMP TARGET
FOR FIGHT FAN MISSILES
Benny Leonard ami Bartfield In
Brother Act At Phila
PHILADELPHIA Nov. 2S?<>o In
censed became the big crowd over the
palpable brother act staged by Benny
Leonard and Soldier Bartfield at the
Olympia Athletic Club yesterday after
noon that a veritable bombardment
of paper balls, cigar stumps and emp
ty cigarette boxes was tossed Int?
the ring by the enraged fans over
the farcical Thanksgiving Day wind
up at the Broad street arena
In only one round, the sixth and
final, did the two boxers ?how any
actual desire to fight. Evidently
stung by the taunts of the crowd, the
two cut loose for a minute or twe
and the crowd was given a flash of
what should have featured the bout
from the opening handshake.
Bartfield was slow and awkward
and it was aparent to all that the
champ;on was "pulling his punches"
SIATE COLLEGE IN
ME WIN AHI
Maryland State Coller* I? age'?
football champion of Maryland. A
highly aucceaaful aeaaon waa brought
to ? cloa? on Homewotxl Field la Bal
timore yesterday agalnat Jote? Ho??
Wine t*nlv?r*lt> with a 14 te 0 wia.
Aa waa expected Mackert p**ov?-) ta
he th? thorn in the aid? of th? Rop
Klna ?leven The big ?tat? fullbark
tackle waa proteateo by Hopklaa be
fore th? gam? Telegrama ?eat t?
many colleges by State ??king th-ir
opinion In Mackert* case derided th?
athletic board at College Park io pl?y
An unwilling Hopk n? e even ec
r.pted the inevitable yeateiday w 11 h
Mackert in the lme-up and -? ?
' -red : ?? a?e th? Colleg? Park men
*? a k off wit? a ?a eil-earned \? lor*.
Hopkins played vahantly. but tt*?
Black and Blue team was nc ms Ute
Kr th? pow*rfuliy aggress!?. ? h.sl?
.-team roller tactic? ??ned with o.
i caalonal f r\?ard pa?*?. netted State
many >arda in the .' rst hm.it Hop
kins was l't?rally rushed off it? tern
: for a touchdown in the fir?! pent?.
i Stat? fc?ld up well throughout ?od
! rame through ?mpree?ivrl>
In the final period State scored
again hav ng rr.laaed a fir.? oppcr?
itunity for another u uni ir ih? *?-c
! ond period Mackert. Hoaley Berrn'l
and knode slammed the Hopkins lin?
unmercifully In the third period
Hopkins braced perceptibly and kept
I th? visitors from ?coring
Mackert was ?ruin in th? final
touchdown When Slate marrn-?
down the field Knod? heaved a far
ward pass tr. Mackert who ran twea
ty yarda for a touchdown
State waa bener than Hopkins ??
th? way Th* Colleg? Park men wer?
much ?tronger on defense than their
rival*, and produced much mo-?
punch in the offen?? Hcpklna four) t
desperately, but wa* unabl? to gain
when it had the ball
BOLUNG FIELD LADS ?
WIN OVER TANK ELE?EN
Boiling Field aviator? annexed
their fifth ?freight wn on tbelr own
lot yesterday ?hen the Tamp afead?
Tank Corpa eleven waa treated t? a
The ?viator? improving with each
came *h. ?ed considerable (tuff y**
erday and put It on th? Mead? play
er? throughout "Chief* Sommer? aad
lanewicz pr?.??. ed to be the real ?tar?
of the contest
Arthur ?cored the first towehdoara.
Witt <;iea?on. ? a* he. Ltnakl aa?
Clieaaot. helped the birdtnen la their
Th? Semin?le A C proved to
too easy for the Virginia A. C. t<
in Alexandria yesterday, and
back to t.'Wn with a ?ft>-to-0 defeat
Of Our Remarkable Value-Giving Power is
Shown in This ExtraordinaryOffering at $4.95
HOW can we possibly sell shoes of such genuine high
quality and smart style at ?V4.95, for inst**jK*e, whet?
no other store in the land has them for a petiny under
$2 to %A more than our price.
Here ia how : (1st) We have an output of mor? than
four million pairs a year. (2nd) We sell every pair direct to
the public through en?.?- own cha.? o? over 300 store? in the
U. _ A. "(3d) Not a single iTU?_l?-_an get* a penny troco
us. (*?th) We Can sell at less profit per pair ?._? any re
tailer, because our volume of busines? is so en(~rrrn<xis. S**e
this and ZOO and more o_ex -*_-_rkable values at ?*-_*??&,
S6.S5, 17-5 at- $_9&.
A value that ?*oi__'l be duplica te . at 1
today ior lesa than?' to$2r*--*r-- _, je QC
than our tpa__ ???. S_tppy $*1 ?*7*-*?
English last, Mah<*?j-*i.ry ??lor.. *^
?|U-.arfe S-oe S?ol-? Go.
? Lvfrl ClukStertSk- Uasf-? at- ^orm~3mbemre.mPlCitm>
506 Ninth Street 1112 Seventh Street
Brt. I: :<?,.: 1 SI?. "i?. n Mg h la Ilei. I. arati M Si?. Ofara M|al
913 Pennsylvania Avenue
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