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8 THE B WASHINGTON HERALD TUESDAY JANUARY AUAPY119O7 1 1907
ACCIDENTS IN I
Series of Mishaps Mar Ma
at the Fair Grounds GroundsLONG GroundsLONG GroimIs
LONG SHOT WINS IN THE FIFTH FIFTHDromo FIFTHDromo
Dromo Bnclccd Down from 40 to 1 1 to to1O
10 to 1 1 Captures Knee from rom liar HnrmnkiH Bnrmnlds liarnnk1H
mnkiH the Favorite by n 3Vo Nose XOltcJle1en e eHelen
Helen Lucas nt 15 1 to 1 Defeats DefeatsJohn DefcntsJolm
John Kaufman the First Choice ChoiceNew Cl1olc Cl1olcNew
New Orleans Dec 31 31Thls This afternoon afternoonwas atterftOOnwas ifternoonwas
was the most exciting day of the season seasonnt selulonat
at the Fair Grounds The racing racingwas racingwas
was full of accidents in which Jockey JockeySmith JoekeySmith JockeySmith
Smith suffered the most The accidents accidentscame nccidentscame accideethcame
came in the second race race a fivefurlong fivefurlongpurse ftvefurlongpurse
purse affair for twoyearolds Sir Mince Mincemeat Mlneemeat Mincemeat ¬
meat meat while at the post threw his rider riderWalker rlc1erValker riderWalker
Walker and ran away a quarter of a mile mileut mUeat
ut Lt top speed The animal was caught caughtand CUChtlDd caughtand
and brought back to the starter where wherehis wheehis
his jockey remounted When the start startcame tart tartame
came ame Sir Mincemeat outbroke his field fieldand fteldand fieldand
and raced away aw with a a safe lead Expect Expectto
to See See who was coupled with Miss MissTtertha lU lUBertha Misa3ertha
Bertha as the Miller entry was w running runningin
in a prominent position po llion when the field fieldnoared eJdneared fieldneared
neared the threefurlong pole Expect Expectto
to See stepped ed into It a hole about that point pointand pointand pointand
and went down The Scout and Harry HarryGardiner lIartYGardiner parryCardiner
Gardiner who were racing racln behind himtumbled him himtumbled himtumbled
tumbled over both Jockey Austin and the thehorse thehorse thehorse
horse When the injured riders Were Werepicked Wereplckld I
picked up and carried into the jockey jockeyroom jockeyroom Jockeyroom
room it was wa found that Smith suffered a abroken ahroken
broken collar bone and a crushed rib ribJockeys rIbJockes
Jockeys Noone and D D Austin were wereseverely werestverely wereseverely
severely shaken ken up upThe upThe upThe
The move of the stewards in the clos closing closfng doning ¬
ing event was wa sensational for the time timebeing ttlbt timebEIng
being bt > Ing They The ordered Jockey Mountain Mountainwho 2IouDtatnwho Mouatalnwho
who was scheduled to ride Abe Meyer Meyerthe 1lqertlw Me3rerlIic
the favorite taken off and Garner sub substituted subtit ¬
stituted tit u ttd The move was liS made at Moun Mountains Mountalns Menutaln ¬
tains taln request t The stewards announced announcedlater announce4llatr announcedlater
later that th the boy who was hit by b a aclod alod
clod lod of mud In the opening openln event broke brokea
a small blood vessel in his eye Abe AbeMeyer Abere
Meyer re er after winning the closing event eventin eventIn eventIn
in a drive was boosted WOO 4OO over his hisentered histntfred
entered price of 9809 by Sam Lois LoisOne LoinOne
One On of the biggest t killings of the the meet meetIng meetIng
Ing came off ol when Dromo backed from
40 to 1 down to 10 to 1 won the nf ftfth th race raceby raceb raceby
by b a nose e from the favorite Harmakis HarmakisMissouri Harmaktslissourf
Missouri Lad and Garner had an easy easytime ytime
time In the mile purse race The colt coltsimply coltimply ceititiipIy
simply galloped throughout and was wasnever wasnfVlr s
never extended extendedHelen extendedHfl
Helen Hfl n Lucas Lucas with IS S to 1 about her hernon herwon
won the six x and onehalf furlong furloia seUfng seUfngjffair MlHnsdfair neH1n
affair by a head from John Kaufman the theAv thewol1played thewUp1ayed
Av wol1played llplayed favorite favoriteFinsticker favoritePinstJcker
Finsticker an outsider oftt kler won the opening openingrvfnt openl openlrwnt
rvfnt vcnt by hi Jui hzif if a length h front from4oxhaU Joxhall xhall The Thesummaries Thesummat1eal Thesummaries
summaries summariesFIRST summat1ealFIRST
FIRST RACKSdHw Jt4CK5eI tawy tIIfteNIIIII tIIfteNIIIIIani eyriMu roti tad tadYard up
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iliiach 1iLa 15 to 1 L won FoxhaU Itt 1 Itaaamt i to I Is 1 1nd Icrnd
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110 F Faveuita < arorita ronU ronUtanoy Laarioe CeIHoa sa Eas 1JwIiaa 1JwIiaaau TjTslaawy
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SECOND KACKStBfaNj KAC ltAcnsf41 all aw asm ate sa ad 1IIllalf oa oalalf
lalf furious fnr1on Helen Lews V Trojan X to 1 1w 1 1a 1vA
w vA < a Joba Kaufman W Job Johamieuiga nrRd U to tobtRi a abr i itor
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Tim 12115 1 15 CanMM Ca B DaD M KoinaMr K KM oT oTUlster fIlLos
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nesseyi 8 to 1 taM Taae 141 1 Dick t SkatteT SII8tIe7tdra SkatteTira shIr
tdra edra ira MHS IS Bertha The Scoot Septet pe to See See ee and andKiiry aDdfum and11rT7
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t Martin 5 to l second Pour Pri lriat Ir M I Uojd LIoJdlt
7 to t 10 third TIEs TiMe 143 1 43 M OwrnTa StojtU StojtUhnata iIbJDanata Sibyflaiata
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FIFTH KACeFoarTWMiMc ItACFOUI and upward sue oaemil OMDUll suemih
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1 iron Ifanaau US MoaaUia 3 to 5 i aeoond aeoondTcrua 8eOIIDdIrma ae aeiern
Irma iern Rod II 2 Kye R Ity 3 to o 1 taM Time TillIe IM 1 13N1 13N1rzie 14 14Jtirnw l61troie
Jtirnw rzie Craawr HnaUaaton Pootfigbto Farorit FaroritIhikorr 1bcrMej 1CIrMe 1CIrMeHI
Ihikorr HI < ltol1 Coraen aDd dawawat aim na naSIXTH JaIlSIXTH muSIXTH
SIXTH KACeThrecic ltACWTbncJftNIIda roU > and aewaid InjJE we wenile sueIhile
nile > and twenty NftIItyUdl yai yid Abe Merer 1M lOanMr lOanMrk forJL
k trt t 5 voa oa Fenaotoea Femo NT Martin D 7 to X 2 MeoaH MeoaHLitter MIJBIIIiUr
Litter Browa M OokMtia II to I 1 1 taM Taae
151 1 51 i Bitter < Hand Hand Fore Peni Ber Sliest SWa HIlla nci and andlii MIdJ a aL
lii J ucvolent al aim Tan JaILSCRATCHES TanSCRATCHES
SCRATCHES AT ASCOT ASCOTl ASCOTtnexpeetel
l nexpccted Rain Caused Greatest GreatestClimber Greateoltnmber Greatestnmber
Climber nmber of Withdrawals of Season SeasonLos SeasonLos SeasonLos
Los Angeles Dec 3L 3ljnexpected Unexpected rain raintoday raintoday rainliday
today caused ed a change all around at 8t As Ascot Aacot Ancot ¬
cot and the greatest number of scratches scratchesof
of the season The handicap steeplechase steeplechaseover stee H Hover
over the short course which was carded cardedus carded4S cardeds
us s the first event was changed to one onemile onemile
mile j1e and a half on the flat Starter Dick Dickopened Dickolrfned Dickorened
opened the day and gave ve general satisfac satisfaction satlafaetion satisfaclion ¬
tion The summaries summariesFIRST summatieFIltST summariesFIItST
FIRST RACBOae sail oaebmtf laita nd1 GMador GMadorITS tdcr1T5
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4 TO t 1 second Sfttebd US 1 Wtma 3 te 1 tUtti tUttiTim tWnf7imt tldrd7ime
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uor 7 to X 2 seooad XenfU lIi Pfeeiwr Fie S to 1 1t 1 1tiro 1I
t tiro ml Time 1MK 1 Had Garter Gart VafcoKac Gold GoldHsihfr GGIdUltthfr Gdd11a
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THIRD RACKSetttog g oae ODeiIe wife n la Cell BretMtmi BretMtmilin n
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Harris 7 to 1 second Laooeee lMceIeae Mf Koeraer Koentei Koemerto
3 i to 1 third Taaa 1 Story Taylor George oorzeHnmff GeorgeKhrrifT
KhrrifT Bell 1t and DUet Ufl aba ran TanFOlRTH ranF
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miles nii Varieties MB I Orsa 5 to 1 1 was Datty DattyMiller D1IIIttilltr DuelyMiller
Miller tilltr 104 Hooker M to 1 seeoad mud HcserraUoa IteseratlonioJ
101 Kneraer T to Ml 1 third TIe ne 1S9K 1 OBo OBoal 0eU0al I1o I1oaIo
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II 112 j ii llddlin 31 to 1 1 seooad nxud Bates Ba Ml Grand GraDll GraDlllit
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RECORD FOE FOIUflLLER FOIUflLLERCrack MILLER MILLERCrack fTTLERCrack
Crack Jockey Has Ridden 3S7 38 Win Winners WInners Vln Vlnner ¬
ners ner During Durln Past P st Year YearOakland YenrOakland YearOakland
Oakland Dee SI ILWith With lth Millers victo victories vletories vietories ¬
ries today it gave the crack Eastern Easternjockey Eafiernjockey Easternjockey
jockey 387 T winners for the year 1986 1986which 1 1which 1Nwhich
which is the worlds record that is liable liableto liableto liableto
to stand for many man long years y rs In 19W 19WHildebrand 19tiHildebrand lttHildebrand
Hildebrand piloted Sfft Oi winners which was wasthe wast wasthe
the t he record until this year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The weather was nne fine today toda but the thetruck thetrdck thetrack
truck was holding Jockey Sandy distin distinguished dlstlnguished dintingshed ¬
guished himself by rldln riding three winners winnersOne winnersUne winnersone
One was Grace St St Clair who beat Blagg Blagga Bisg Bisga
a neck in the second race The winner winnerwas wInnerwas winnerwas
was as good as 30 to 1 at one time The Theother Theother Theother
other events were won In easy M y style The Thesummaries Theummariet Theuinmarie
summaries summariesFIRST < ummarietFIRST uinmarie uinmarieFIRST
FIRST RACKFite furlongs How Cherry IN INi 1 1I INnt1a
I i sandy nt1a 7 to 1 L wen Woo Woa 1H QlaBrtte rWet 30 to 1 1gtvvnd 1 1ocod
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10515 15 15 15 Anfeoes SKhd Sa4 ZewM Ncpwr S Sat Satlu 51Par l lPew
Pew Berife A A and Lady Antrim also ran raaSECOND lLIECOXD ranSECOND
SECOND RACESIX farlewgs f Grace St St Clair kLr
100 t Sandra SaDflfhJt Jl to 1 woa Itaag 11 IK 1 McBride
9 to 10 wooed F I Xageat N 1M W Milled 2 to S Sthird 5 5third itbtL
third Tine 11111 l 111 l5 Kudora Gil C Mar Edge EdgeJerry KosJerry 018 018J
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THIRD iUCBPatwity oowsa N N l Laeflle LaeflleIOS Lwcme Lwcmelie LuduetS
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RACING CARDS FOR TODAY TODAYXevr TODAYX1T TODAYNew
New Orleans OrleannPinST OrlcnuHFIRST OrleansFIRST
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Paul P aul CHffonl 113 Pity U4 UtnoseW
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New Xe Years Ycnr Day Handicap Is I Feature Featurent Featurent
nt the Fair Grounds GroundsNew Groul1f18New GroundsNew
New Orleans Dec 31 nAn An excellent ec t card cardis canlIs cards
is I s offered for New Years Day at the Fair FairGrounds hrGroulHls FairGrounds
Grounds The feature is the New Years YearsDay YearsDay YearsDay
Day Handicap at a mile and seventy seventyyards aeventyyards seventyyarth
yards with Judge Post Guild Jacomo Jacomoand Jacomoand Jacoasoand
and Mortiboy ortlboy having good chances chancesThe chancesThe chancesThe
The first twoyearold event of the theson sea season season ¬
son will be run as the third event at atthree atthree atthree
three furlongs with a large field of un unknown unknown unknown ¬
known quality In the first race at six sixfurlongs sixfurlongs sixfurlongs
furlongs Foxhall Tom Mankhis Spider SpiderWeb SpiderWeb SpiderWeb
Web and Veribest may go well In the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second at five furlongs Emergency EmergencyMonet EmerKencyMonet EmergencyMonet
Monet and Toboggan To n look dangerous In Inthe Inthe Inbe
the t be fifth at a mile Phil Finch Sir Tod Toddlngton Toddlngton Teddhagton
dlngton and Henry Watterson seem best bestwhile of ofwhile beatwhile
while in the last at a mile and seventy seventyyards nesnt nesntyards tf tfyards
yards Quinn Brady Jack Lory GauzeJ GauzeJand G Gand Gauze Gauzeand
and Lady Charade figure well wellWRESTLING wellWRESTMNG 1 1WHESTIINGr
WRESTLING TOURNEY TOURNEYProf
Prof Joyce Will ill Have Charge of ofWashington oraldllngton of1nslsinton
Washington 1nslsinton End of Championship ChampionshipProf Ch ChampionshipsProf 1111110nshillll 1111110nshillllPro
Prof Pro Maurice Joyce of Carroll Insti Institute Institute Institute ¬
tute has been selected as a Washingtons Washingtonsrepresentative Washingtonsrepresentative Vashlngtonsrepresentative
representative to arrange for the annual annualchampionship annualchampionship annualchampionship
championship wrestling tournament of ofthe o otbe ofthe
the South Atlantic Association A AnsocIU oci4U n n of the A AA AA AA
A U which will probably be held in inBaltimore InBaltimore inBaltimore
Baltimore on January 19 19The 1 1The 19The
The classes cJ have not been absolutely absolutelydetermined a absolutelydetermined ohlelydotermlned
determined as yet but the 116 IlL 12S i2 116 KS KSand 145and 14kand
and 188 1 and heavyweight classes are sure surewith surewith surewith
with the possibility po of a 125pound class classbeing cIa88being clansbeing
being added It is expected that about aboutthirty aboutthirty aboutthirty
thirty entries will be received receivedBnrlevf receivedDurlew receivedllurlera
Bnrlevf and OXcill In Lead LeadBurlew LenlIBurlcw LeadBurlew
Burlew ONeill are keeping k pi up the thegood thegood thegood
good work at t the New Orleans Orlea 8 tracks trackswith trackswith trackswith
with their powerful p werful stable Not includ including Includh1t hnchrdjog ¬
jog yeateraays s races they have won wonlo4N won14N
14 lo4N in stakes and purses heading headl the thebest tbebeat thebeat
beat of successful owners Ed Corigan Coriganstands COrlganatands Coriganstands
stands second with 1 53G33 3631 3Ii A C McCafferty McCafCcrtyI
ie I third with 3 3480 Jockey Jocke Garner has a agood Agood agood
good load over the boys for the riding
honors He has rlden thirtyseven tblrty even win winlllff winners winnersL
ners nersL
lllff Dli Taslc for Jeffries JeffriesAlthough Jcttrle1lAIthough JclrriesAlthough
Although the CansHerman fight will be berun berun berun
run at a loss the promoters of it are arequoted arequoted arequoted
quoted a 3iI saying that they will hang up upfjQ000
59000 000 for Jeff to meet Squires Burns BurnsOBrien BurnsOBrien BurnsOBrien
OBrien Kaufmann K fmann and Schreck Schreckon on sue successive sueIve sueconnive ¬
connive Ive days the boilermaker to receive receive10OUo
10000 10000 for each appearance appearanceA appearanceA appearanceAHAPPYAN
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Gans and flerman Primed Primedfor Prinledfor Primedfor
for Light Lightweight weight Bout BoutNEGEO BoutNEGRO BoutNEGRO
NEGRO A DECIDED FAVORITE TAVOEITEPrcvnllliisr FAVORITEPrcnlJln FAVORITEPrevitilliit
Prcvnllliisr Odds Are 3 to 1 Yrltli YrltliConnldcrnMc irlthaConsiderable dtllConldcrnl1e
Considerable Herman Money In InSlKlit InShbt inSight
Sight and Experts Figure that the theDnltimorc tIleDaltImore theBaltimore
Baltimore Man Can Win Vin Any Time TimeAfter TimeAfter TimeAfter
After the First Few Fe Rounds RoundsComparison RoundsComparison RoundsComparison
Comparison of the Fighters FightersQsat FightersGaL
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Tonopah N Nay v Dec 3L 3LRoports Reports from fromth fromtJae fromtbe
th tJae rival training camps camPI are that Joe JoeGsoBt JoeG JoeGau
GsoBt G Gau of Baltimore and Kid Herman Hermanot
ot Chicago Cbfca o are in perfect condition for fortomorroWs fortomorrows fortomorrows
tomorroWs finish battle for tae light llglitweigfct JlChtwel lightweight
weight ht championship championshipMany championshipanT championshipny
Many ny ring experts declared that Gana Ganawill GRnswU1 Ganswill
will win in the fight whenever he decides decidesto decidesto decidesto
to cut loose for the reason that Her Herman Hermans
1 manx man beat defensive tactic tActlC8 cannot prove proveof prOveof proveof
of sufficient merit to withstand the storm stormof litoImof stormof
of blows blo that the colored champion can canrain canrata canrain
rain upon him In fact tact in the th opinion opinionof opinionof opinionof
of experts ex ts Gaas will beat t thfl thtrChlCAo thtrChlCAoboT Chicago Chicagoboy Chicagoboi
boy aa soon ac be succeed in taking his hismeuure hinmeasure
measure Some experts said today that thatthe thatI thatthe
I the mill will not last la t more than ten tenrounds tenrouada tenrounds
rounds white hlle others predict that Gans GanswiU Ganswill I Iwm
will win inside of fifteen At with fI a a knock knockout knockout ¬
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out oa L I
outTbeae TheM predictions are made on the sup supposition lIII supposition ¬ 1
position that the aPt ght will a on the thasquare theesluare I
square for in the event of a victory by byHerman byHenDan byHerman
Herman there is almost wire to be a aerr aerr acry
err of take Guns Gaa however has made madeft mad madItpIaia madeIt
ft ItpIaia Diaia that there will 1JI be no funny bust busiB 00 00that bustae
B ae SS and that he wttl get the money moneyOans moneyGuns
Guns 0 said lei today that he was confident eonfldentof C confidentof nftdMlt nftdMltof
of winning decisively and that in such sucha
a case he would retire from the theO ring ringantes ringlie ringunlesu
antes he can make another match with withNehwtt withN withNelson
Nelson N He declared that it would not notsurprise DOt81IIIIrIR noturae
surprise urae him if he disposed of Herman Hermanm
m 1ft about fifteen rounds but that be would wouldhind wouldland ouk ouklantl
hind the Chicago lightweight anyway if ifit ItIt IfIt
it took toLk fifty fty rounds Gans bases base this pre prediction prediction prediction ¬
diction on his ability to outbox and out outgeneral outHerman outgeesEal ¬
general Herman together with the fact factthai fctthat t ttIaat
thai he to fit lit and ready and will weigh weighn weighII weighpouads
n pounds ringside without trouble troubleHerman troublelIermnn troubleIlerninht
Herman Is Confident CoiifldciitHerman Con ConfidentHerman llcnt llcntHJDaII
Herman to filled with 1tll confidence and andsays aMthat andsum
says sum that he will gtv give a better account accountof Accountfit
of 1 himself than haD in any previous encoun eaoouaer encaustar encounter ¬
tar He admits a that Gns is the greatest greatestfighter areateetM greatestfighter
fighter he baa ever met met but states that thatcondition thatCODdIdon thatcondition
condition will win the day for Mm Her Herman Herw Hermuan ¬
man will scale under the lightweight lightweightmatt light lightweightUmlt ht htIbaIt
IbaIt matt but says sa he will be stronger physi pbllleaIIJ pbynieaHy physically ¬
cally than ever before The Tb Chicago Chicagoboys Cldcap1Ior Chicageboys
boys 1Ior relatives are on the ground with a abunch abuach abunch
bunch of money which bich will be wagered wageredon
on isbn at 3 to 1 1 the prevailing prevafl odds at atTonopah atTOBOII atTouosiab
Tonopah Herman has planned to fight fightSans ftghtGaa fightGaul
Sans freta the start instead of keeping keepingaway ceepbaraway keepingaway
away awayGana awayGaul
awayGaDa
Gaul has a remarkable ring record He Hehas Heiaken Heham
has taken part In I 1 H5 tattles of which whichnine whichwwe whichshea
nine were draws and five defeats In Infortyseven IntertJrtIeRII Infortyseven
fortyseven of his victories knockouts knockoutswere knockoutsWW kuockoutewere
were WW scored Many of o his bout were no nodecision nodecWott nodeciuiosa
decision affairs affairsHerman aft1nsHerman affairsHerman
Herman who te nine years year younger unger than thanGana thanGaas thanGaas
Gaas has been fighting about six > years yearsIn yrIn yearsIn
In that time he has engaged in seventy
nrae nine contests of which twentytwo were weredraw WeNdraw weredraw
draw battles eight defeats with knock knockouts kJlOCkouts knockouts ¬
outs in twentysix affairs in h which he hemet bemet hemet
met an inferior lot of boys His best be t per performance pertornaaace performassee ¬
formance was a decision over Eddie Han HanIon HanJon HanIon
Ion in twenty rounds roundsIt rouDdsIt roundsIt
It was stated that uj up > to noon not more
than 5000 0000 worth of tickets had been sold soldin soldIn soldIn
in advance but that there would probably probablybe
be a large number on hand when the fight fightbest fightbegins i ibegins
begins best The arena is said to have coat OO8tand cost90NO
40806 and the men will fight for a f 2ftOW 2ftOWpurse OGQ OGQpUrR ONpuzuc
purse the loss on the affair being rough roughly roughly roughIy ¬
ly estimated at 30008 008 The fight will take takeplace takeplace takepluce
place in the open air Jack Welch of San SanFrancisco SanFrancJ SanFrancisco
Francisco co will referee Champion Jet Jeffries Je Jefries Jetfries ¬
fries who declined this thiejob job will be a spec spectator spetator spectator ¬
tator
Winner to Meet Unit BrlttManager Drlttana UnitManager
Manager ana Riter is already laying his hisplans hisIJIIIMI hisplaus
plans for the fisticuff carnival to be hold holdhert holdMr holdhere
Mr here in the spring He talked to both bothGaflfe boUtand bothOmh
Gaflfe and Herman today toda about a a mate matewith matcitIth matelwith
with tIth Britt He wants the winner wlnnerto to meet meetthe mMtthe meetthe
the native son and offers a purse of Si SiIf S5N1f S259M S259MIf
If I win In you can consider con lder the match matchI matchu matchas
I as made made said Herman I will ta tat e the thapurse thei th thpurse
i purse under consideration con He later ex explained explained oxplalned ¬
plained that although he had contem contemplated contemplated contemplated ¬
plated retiring reU from the ring a tempting temptingoffer temptingolter temptingoffer
offer has to be considered consideredIt eon tdered tderedIt i
It is taken for granted here that thatwhether thatwhether thatwhether I
whether the winner of the New Years Yearsbout Yearsbout Yearsbout
bout is Gans or Herman there will be beno beno beno
no difficulty dlf cult in inducing Inducln him into a match matchwith matchwith matchwith
with James Edward EdwardGEORGE EdwardGEORGE I IGEORGE
GEORGE WASHINGTON ENTRIES ENTRIESFonr ENTRmSFour ENTRIESFour
Four Hntchetitcs AV111 VIll Compete in inIndoor InImloor InIndoor
Indoor Meet Ieet nt t Baltimore BaltimoreFour DnltlmoreFour BaltimoreFour
Four men will represent George Wash Washington washlngton rash rashill ¬
ington ill tc at the joint field and track meet meetto meetto meetto
to be held in Baltimore on January 12 12Capu 12Capt 12Gapt
Capu Lorando will run the mile and a ahalf ahalf ahalf
half half Fleming Flemin the mile and Gunning the thehalf thehate thehalf
half mile while Sterrett will 111 enter the thehigh thohl thehigh
high hl h jump jumpRegular jumpR jumpRegular
Regular R 1ar training for the Buff and Blue Bluesquad Bluesquad Bluesquad
squad will not begin until next week weekwhen weekwhen weekwhen
when a number num r of candidates are expect expected expectcci < pect pecteel ¬
ed to report for the relay four that will willmeet willmeet willmeet
meet meet Virginia at the Federal games gamesKentucky snmes snmesIicntuck gamesKentucky
Kentucky Iicntuck Futurity Nominations XomlnntJonlJLexln NominationsLexington NominationsLexington
Lexington Lexln ton Ky Dec 3L 3LSome Some interest interesting IntercstI Interestlug ¬
lug I things are revealed by the nomina nominations nomInations nominalions ¬
tions just made to the Kentucky Futurity Futuritythe Futuritythe Futuritythe
the classic threeyearold trotting event eventJ eventJ
J McGregger a public stallion is third thirdin thIrdIn thirdin
in favor there being twentynine of his hisget hisget hisget
get entered The famous McKInney l1cKlnne and
Todd have twentyeight each Siley
Brook twentyseven The Bondsman
Peter the Great and Oratorio nineteen nineteeneach nineteeneach nineteeneach
each Bingen Sidney ney Dillon Mabel and
Hal Direct sevaueen HvrlSiteen each Jay Bird fif ¬
teen and John A McKerron Bongara Bongaraand Bongaraand Bengaraand
and Oakland Baron fourteen each eachFirst 08011First eachFirst
First Trroyenrold Races of Year YearThe YenrThe YearThe
The first twoyearold races raco of the year yearwill yearwill ear earwill
will be run at the winter tracks today todayIn todayIn todayIn
In spite of the fact facttoot tbat this practice has hasbeen hosbeen hasbeen
been aounflly scored by horsemon and andbreeders aJldbreeders aridbreeders
breeders the owners of these youngsters youngstersare
are too anxious to t go after money to heed heedadvice heedadvIce heedadvice
advice According to the rules of the theurf thelurC theturf
lurC turf urf yearlings become two old
years oors on onNew onNew onNew
New Years Day and are eligible to all allevents allevents I
events for horses of their age a o
TECH MAY NOT ENTER ENTERManual EliTERManual ENTERManual
Manual Trainer Undecided About AboutComfnsr AbontComnJ AboutComini
Comfnsr Indoor Game GameTechnical GamcT GamesTchnica1
Technical T hnlcal High School is I not likely to tofigure tofigure tofigure
figure prominently in field and track ath athletics aUIleUca atitlotion
lotion in this city this winter 1nter but the themanual thomanua themanual
manual manua manual trainers will 111 concentrate their theirstrength theirstrongth theirstrength
strength in the various outdoor meets es especially ospoclally onpactally ¬
pecially the championship intersoholastic intersoholastictourney Inter Intersoblastletourkzey lftSUc lftSUctourhey
tourney In June JuneIt JuneIt JuneIt
It has been practically decided not to toenter toontoI toenter
enter a relay team In the games at Con Convention Convontlon Conventlon ¬
vention Hall on February f to and nothing
has as yet y t been done in regard to the theGeorgetown theGeorgetown theGeorgetown
Georgetown meet two weeks later It is isprobable Isprobable Isprobable
probable that Tech TechwiU will wfilbe be represented r r08enled by
individuals In hhlua18 at the different meets during
the indoor season seasonThe euonThe seasonThe
The prospects for a field and track trackteam trackt0810 trackteam
team seem fairly 1alrl bright al althought thought there thereis theroIs thereis
is no truth In the report that Thrall
Smithson and Schmidt will form the thebackbone thebackbone thebackbone
backbone ot the relay team Smithson Smithsonand Smithsonand Smithsonand
and Schmidt are Central High athlete athletewhile Athletwhite athleteswhile
while Thrall is a high jumper Tech auf uffored nutfored
fored a heavy loss when Brown the cap
tainelect talneloo1 withdrew to enter the Reve Revenuecutter Revonuecutter PevoflUonttcr ¬
nuecutter Service ServiceWANTS ServiceWANTS ServiceWANTS
WANTS TO RUN 100 MILES MELESIndian MILESInlIun MILESIndian
Indian Athlete Anxious to Give I3x I3xIiibltioti Exhibition UxliIbJtjfl
Iiibltioti of Stamina StaminaChicago StulllnaChicago StanilnaChicago
Chicago Dec 31Thomas Longboat the theIndian theIndian theIndian
Indian longdistance runner is in this thfacity thiscity thiscity
city with his manager Harry Rosenthal RogenthalLongboat ROIentha1Longboat RosenthalLongboat
Longboat whose e home is I in Caledonia Caledonianear Caledonianear caledoatanear
near Hamilton Ont and who comes comasfrom comestrom comesfrom
from the Six Nations Netto of Indians I d ia the thechampion thechampion thechampion
champion longdistance runner of the theworld theworld theworld
world He won the Marathon race at atToronto AtToronto atToronto
Toronto in September and on Christmas ChristmasDay Cbrl ChristmasDay tma tmaDay
Day nm ten miles in a race at Hamilton Hamiltonin
in 5450 54iO 4iI beating the record by three threeminutes threemlnute threeminutes
minutes l He is only on I nineteen al uiii teeR teen years yea old oldami oklanti Oldand
anti weighs we1f > h8 leas than 140 pounds His Hismanager HImanager Hismanager
manager says he can beat any an man in the theworld theworlel theworld
world at from 19 1 to MO miles milesLongboat mlleLongboat mullenLongboat
Longboat is anxious to give an exhibi exhibition BdIibltlon sxhlblLion ¬
Lion of his hl stamina by running rannln lei miles milesin milesin
in Madison Square Garden GardenWASHINGTON GardenWASHINGTON GardenASllIGTON
WASHINGTON TO GET GANLEY GANLEYPittsburgh GANLEYPittsburg GANLEYPittsburg
Pittsburg Unconditionally Releases Releasesthe Releasesthe Releasesthe
the Fleet Outfielder OutfielderClurke OutfielderClarke i iClarke
Clarke Disappointed with lt1l III Ills Work Workund Workand ork orkIlnd
und Dreyfuss hopes the Plnycr PlnycrSuccess IJhlcrStlC IJitycrSuccess
StlC Success eH Here HerePfttsburg HcrcPftta herePtttaburg
Pfttsburg al Dec ILThe Ptttsbarg pt club ctafetoday clulttoda clubtoday
today toda ttMcoMHttonaUy w COfIdItIona r released Outfielder OutneiderBod Oautelc1erBOd OutfielderDOd
Bod Gaaley to the w Washington American AmericanLeague neticaftLeague AmericanLeague
League club There was no player Jla7eror given givenor gfvsueor
or asked eel for the fleet ouiAetder who whoBOt hair hairnot hue huexot
not met with the approbation aj of f the thePfttsburg tilePfttabu11f thePittubung
Pfttsburg club owner ownerFred ownerFreet ownerFred
Fred Clark Clan today sent word to Pre President Prealdent I Ident ¬
dent Barney Dreyfus to let Ganley go to toCantlUons toCanUIIoA toCantiflons
CantlUons team without money or price priceand riceand priceand
and Dreyfuss at once got busy sending
CNuiley his hi release relea e and hoping he would woulddo woulddo woulddo
do better with Washington Wul lllrtoa than he had haddone JwldoM haddose
done with Pittaburg This disposes of the therumor theMI1IIOI therumor
rumor that Ganley was one of the out outfielders outfielders ¬
fielders to go to Boston Bo m In exchange exe for forAMtatfcchlo forAJ forAbhadccbln
AMtatfcchlo AJ bdccbIoAMONG AbhadccblnAMONG AMtatfcchloAMONG
AMONG THE BOWLERS BOWLERSDr
Dr Cobey after aa au absence from mess the thealleys theaDen thealleys
alleys of more than a a year has returned returnedWashington returnedWashington
Washington 1 t now now has nearly fifteen fifteenleagues iUteenJIa fifteenleaguca
leagues In the Held and all are dome domewell dOIftawell doingwell
well wellThe
wellm
The m Orientals are a ttttle Inconsistent Inconsistentthey incoindatenbut
bat I if Ute tley keep JJ p their present gait gaitthey to
they th Yl1l will be dangerous cIanaero in the race raceHarry raeeHarry raceHarry
Harry Krause is picked to walk away awaywith awaywith
with individual honors Harry bids bid fair fairto fairto
to reach 260 as he is
now only three threepoints threefIQInts I Iijoints
points below that mark markWillie mar1tWJlUe markWillie
Willie Miller will bp b absent from the theSaengers theSaengen theSeengeri
Saengers lineup for the remainder of the theseaeon thefJUOft theseason
season owing to his Jaw mw studies at atGeorgetown atGeorptown atGeorgtown
Georgetown taking up alt of his leisure leisuretime JelaureUme leisuretime
time timeThe
UmeThe
The defeat of the Sa 5MDserbuDdtt ngerb n4s by t tOrientals t the theOrientate e e0rIeataJ <
Orientals will tend to give the other otherconftdenee ther teams teamsconfidence teamsconfidence
confidence and nd it would not 11 11In be tunIsia surprising tunIsialug ¬
lug to see some of them overthrow the theGermans theOennaaa theGermans
Germans GermansGeorge OennaaaGeorp GermansOeorgs
George Campbell can see nothing to It Itbut Itbat ithut
but the Orientate Buck Allison AJJI8oftit says saysit ya yaIt
it looks like Sanger to him IdJIa and Cap
Ernest claims the championship for the theFlorists UtePJortat theOne
Florists FloristsOne PJortatOne
One of the prettiest pennant races in iathe inbe Inthe
the city to that of the G P O League LeagueEvery LeapeEvelJ LeagueEvery
Every team has a show for premier hon honors bonora henore ¬
ors ora as only a few games separate parate the theleaden theleaden theleaders
leaden from the tallenders talJe den
Al Dunn Bunn the old Interior crack is in inWashington inWashlnKtoft InWashington
Washington on a visit for a couple of ofweeks ofweek ofweeks
weeks Al lives in Chicago Chlca and is doing doingwell doingWell doingwell
well He has ba the bush wishes of the themany themany themsny
many friends he made while living here hereGeorge hereGeorge hereGeorge
George Land after rolling poorly last lastseason lutseasen lastseason
season is going goln welt this year George Georgesuffered GeoresutIered I
suffered one of those slumps slumps which come cometo cometo coinsto I II
to nearly every bowler at some time timeonly Umeonl timeonly
only onl his lasted ted longer lon r than Is generally generallythe g8 generallythe erall erallthe
the case caseLew cueLev caseLew
Lew Schrader turned off 279 27 against A nst the thePostoffice thePosto 1 1PostobOe
Posto Postoffice lce team last week This Thl Is the thehighest tbehighest thehighest
highest score ever made in the Depart Departmental DCPIlrtmental Departmental ¬
mental He had a a few lucky lu k falls yet yetbis yethis et etbit
bit hit in the the fourth box was perfect and I
up No 4 4Clyde
Clyde Bradley the popular manager of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Monarch alleys of Baltimore aver averaged 8veraged averaged ¬
aged 212 21 for thirtyfive games In a match matchwith matchWith matchwith
with Sweiger Swei eI Brad who ls I a good goodbowler goodbowl goodbowler
bowler bowl r has been seen several times on onthe Onthe onthe
the alleys in this city cityThe elt eltThe cityThe
The spirit being shown by the National NationalGuard NationalGuard
Guard men is the kind that will make a asuccess asuccess
success s of any league Although there thereare thereare thereare
are only onl a a a few bowlers In the organiza organization organl organltlon organizaflea ¬
flea who show any kind of class the theothers theothers theothers
others make up this shortcoming by en enthusiasm enthusiasm enthuslnsm ¬
thusiasm thusiasmA
A Western paper says ys that Garrett GarrettGreen GarrettGreen GarrettGreen
Green wen vcll known on the local alleys alleJ in ina ina ina
a match m tch game g me with Mike Denim the thebaseball thebasobll thebaseball
baseball player started ptarted with 26 N 265 N and ands1
231 s1 and then lost by ISO pins In ten tengames tengames tengames
games Almost as good as that one oneabout oneabout oneabout
about the man ma musA In Wilmington who whorolled whoroIled whorolled
rolled 300 279 279 and andFarren 289Farren 289 990Fnrren
Farren Easy for Murphy MurphySpecial UnrllbySpecial MurphySpecial
Special to The Washington Herald HeraldAnnapolis H8r11dAnnapolis HeraldAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Dec 8L stKid Kid Murphy Murphyof Murphyof
of New York champion bantamweight bantamweightboxer bfmtamwelhtboxer bantamweightboxer
boxer got a decision over Jimmy Farren Farrenof Fnrrenor Farrenof
of Baltimore In the second round here heretonight heretonight boretonight
tonight by a foul The bout was to have havegone haegone havegone
gone ten rounds but there was only a aslight 11sUght aslight
slight semblance of a fight After the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two had loafed in the first round Farren Farrenstruck Farrenstruck Farrenstruck
struck the Now York boy OO throe times be below below below ¬
low the belt Young Brltt and Kid Lenny Lennyboth Lennybo1h LennyboTh
both of Baltimore mixed things up for forfour forfour forfour
four fast rounds But this also resulted resultedin
in a foul Lenny getting the decision decisionPlease decisionVIJfJLt7ZMLr decisionPlease
VIJfJLt7ZMLr VIJfJLt7ZMLrPlease
Please accept our ourbest ourbest ourbest
best wishes for a Happy HappyNew HappyNew HappyNew
New Year and our sin sincere sincere sincere ¬
cere thanks for a pros prosperous prosperous prosperous ¬
perous season seasonj
j I A 1 i
CAPITAL CITY PLANS PLANSDlateur PLANSAmateur
Amateur Ball League Will WillAgain WillAgain WillAgain
Again Be in the Field FieldSIX FieldSIX FieldSIX
SIX CLUBS IN ORGANIZATION ORGANIZATIONColumbia ORGA ORGANIZATIONColumbia IZATION IZATIONColnmJ
Columbia ColnmJ fa Athletic thletlc Club St Steph StephenM Stephen Stephens
enM en Institute Aloysius Aloslu Club and andthe nulthe anitthe
the Atlantic Will 111 Again Be Rep Represented ReFrc ¬
resented rc resentedGovern entelIGocrnSlleut Government mont Printers Are AreAnxloa ArcAnxlon AreAnxious
Anxious to Join the Ieasne IeasneThe If llagueThe ague agueTbe
The Capital City Baseball League will willbe willb willbe
i
be b in the field next season with six clubs clubsFlans clubsPlaM clubsPlans
Flans have already been formulated for forthe forthe forthe
the coming < campaign and the men in incharge Incharge Incharge
charge are already mapping out their plan planof planor planof
of action tor the summer It is I likely likelythat JJkelyUaat likelythat
that the Government Printing PdntJn Office OfficeLeague OfflceLeatUe OfficeLeague
League which has played practically in independent Independent independent ¬
dependent ball for the past two years yearswill yearswin yearswill
will select a picked aggregation Ion from the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various teams that composed eom the old G GP GP GI
P I O League and cast their fortunes tortu with withthe withthe Withthe
the Capital City League LeagueTlio LeagueTho LeagueThu
Tlio Columbia AthteJc Athle Jc Club St St Sin Stephens Ste Stepbens Sinphens ¬
phens Institute the Alorsiug club and andthe andthe andthe
the Atlantic AtJantq will continue In m the league leagueThe lequeThe leagueThe
The Southern Railway has also requested requestedthat requestedthat ted tedtbAt
that its team t be permitted to compel CO IJet un under uneIer meden ¬
den the patronage tTOU and anc1lUperyWon supervision of the theCapital theCapital theCapital
Capital CIty League LeagueTo LeapeTo LeagueTo
To Have Ihn Private JJrhn tc Field KieltlArrangements INeldrrl1gementa FieldArrangements
Arrangements rrl1gementa are under consideration considerationfor eollS deratlon deratlonfor
for grounds In the northeast section of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city and it is hoped to have them theminclosed tllemInckNled themlackesed
inclosed and subscription cards sued to tothe tothe tothe
the followers of amateur baseball ia the thecity theeftJ thecity
city The adherents of the Government GovernmentPrinting GovernmentPrinting t tPrIIIUng
Printing Office have ever been faithful faithfulto
to their teams and with 1Ut such a a team in inthe IIIUte Inthe
the organization Uon the officiate olTIctahioC of the Capi Capital Capital Capttal ¬
tal City think that the association will be bematerially bemat8r1aU bemnatgrlly
materially mat8r1aU strengthened For the last lasttwo Iutt lasttwo
two t 0 seasons this th aggregation aan UOft of ball balltoaaera 1MtJItoaers btdtosners
toaaera furnished turnJ bed much recreation to the theoJttee tbeoIlIce theollice
oJttee and the opening game was wit wftueaaed wttneed witneesed
need by Public Printer StilUngs StilUngsThe StlllblpThe StilliugnThe
The managers mana er of the old crabs in the theassociation thei8OClt1on thesuocIation
association are extremely reticent about aboutthe aboutOle aboutthe
the piayera playe that will figure on theirHeaou theirHeaounext thetMeamaJNXt theirteamsnext
next year There ia considerable rivalry rivalryamong rivalry11IOII rivalryanesstg
among those in charge cha who desire to pro procore proetIre procure
core fast perfoMners for their teams teama and andone andORe andone
one team is wagering now that it will wfllland willIaAd wIllland
land the championship St Stephens In Institute InIIdt1lte Institute ¬
stitute followers fo1 r are ambitious to again againland againland pin
land the pennant and 1Id will centralize their theirstrength t eJr8treftCth theirstrength
strength instead of distributing it aa was wasoone wuene wagdon
oone ene don In the past season seasonOn R8OOR seasonOn
On the whole no amateur organisation organisationenters orlaft organbatlonenters atloneaten
enters upon the new year with such good goodprospects oodptOBpeCts goodprospects
prospects as a the Capital City Cft League and andIts andIta andits
Its officers are anxious to surpass the thework thework thework
work of last year A meeting meeUD will be becalled becalled becalled
called shortly to perfect details detailsPRETTY detaQaPRETTY deta4sPRETTY
PRETTY POLLY FOR THE STUD STUDHamcni STUDlnlUfllJ STUD11niiious
Hamcni EnKlIfth Mare Has Run Her HerIant HcrInut lienIziut
Iant Race RaceLondon UnceLoDcIoa ltnceLondon
London Dec JL JLPrettr Pretty Potty univer universally wamraJI7 untvereany ¬
sally known aa the queen of the tbeturf English Englishturf Englishturf
turf and one of the moat famous r race racehorses naceJIor racehoraci
horses of modern times ha baa nm her test testrace Jutrace lastrace
race and report has It thai she Is booked bookedfor okedfor bookedfoithestud
for foithestud foithestudThe the stud studThe K1IdMIe
The great mare re ia rising six years of oface ofaae ofale
ace and during her career has won for forher forber forher
her owner MaJ iaj Eustace Loder the nie niesum nice JIIeesum nicesum
sum of 524M ss 2N Other English horses honeeaotably horacanotably horsesnotably
notably Isinglass 1 Md Donovan have Jaaftbeaten haebeaten havebeaten
beaten these Ihjures lip but t they never neverachieved neverachieved er eraehIewJd
achieved the worldwide notoriety of ofPretty ofP ofPretty
Pretty P ty Potty While Wlltleoa on the tf tfAt and andftt andt
ftt t and wen Maj Loners mare wa WU peer peerless peerless ¬
less 1 and only on two occasion necP 101 did didtan flaw flawfall abstaft
fall to In mull finish Ann flratBASEBALL AnnBASEBALL firstBASEBALL
BASEBALL NOTES NOTESMcOfll NOTESXcGUI NOTESXcGftl
McOfll late of o Austin Au tba Tex is said to tobe tobe tobe
be the m4et most promising of the jaw ew St StLouis St St1om StLouis
Louis Brown pitchers pitchersSchreck IItcbenSchreck pitchersSchreck
Schreck the Athletics catcher Ts 1 malt making maltlug k kID ¬
lug a record as a double century bowler bowlerin
in a Philadelphia League LeagueThe LequeTIM LeagueThe
The Memphis Southern League r e Club CJubhas Clubarran Clublean
has arranged arran d games with the Chicago ChicagoWhite ChicagoWhite
White Sox SoC for March N and SL SLSince ILSince 21 21Since
Since the JohnsonComtekey John onCom1 k8T Jov love feast feastJimmy feastJimmy feastJimmy
Jimmy Callahan is trying trytn to figure out outwhat outwhat outwhat
what will become of his lawsuit lawsuitAs lawsuttAI lawsuitAn
As a reward for his stick work Ork feat featsummer Ia8tsummer lastsummer
summer the Brooklyn management maaa emeat has hasdeckled Udeelded hasdeeMed
deckled to raise ra Lumleys salary to 4 4105no 4Mt 4Mtso
so it issakL issakLThe 1a said aakIThe saidThe
The Southern League magnates turned turneddown turneddown turneddown
down the application of Sammy Strang Strangthe Strangthe Strangthe
the New Yok player for a franchise fOr lorChattanooga 1OrChattanooga fOrchattanooga
Chattanooga ChattanoogaThe
The Cincinnati pitching plteW stale sta < will go to toTexas toTeua toTeag
Texas on March 1 The ether Members Membersof JlMJllbe JlMJllbeoC
of the club will report r rt at the training trainingcamp traiatngcamp trainingcamp
camp ten days later laterIf laterIf laterIf
If 8 deal that is now hanging arc goes goesthrough gMSthroush goesthrough
through Joe McGinnlty GmDlty will tend in St StLouis St StLouis StLouis
Louis and Grady and Brown will 11l be trans transferred tranerred transferred ¬
ferred to New York YorkCharles Y YorkCharles wk wkCharles
Charles Comiskey will start down the theMississippi theUs theMlsglsslppt
Mississippi Us lssJpp River on a houseboat about aboutthe aboutthe 1 1the
the middle of this month He will take takealon takealong
alon along a varty or friends
Lindsay who will be supplanted at AtAr8t AtAr8thue first nrstbase firstbase
base at Detroit by Hoesman objects to tobeing tobeln tobeing
being beln sent to St Paul PauloI or Baltimore He Heis HeIs 1icIs
is asking askl for his outright release releaseThe releaseThe releaseTue
The salary limit of the Southern League Leaguelias L88guehas Leaguelens
has been raised to 2 i70 2704 No club will be beallowed beallowed beallowed
allowed to carry more than fourteen fourteenplayers fourteenplayers fourteenplayers
players one month after the thp campaign campaignopens campaJ campa1gopens n nopons
opens opensIn opensIn f fIn
In four single sln games last season Willie WillieKeeler WUHeKeeler WillieReeler
Keeler peeled off four hits Chase Cbue of ofthe offthe t tthe
the Yankees Murphy trph of the Athletics Athleticsand AthleticsAnd Athleticsand
and our own Lave Cross made ma e that num number number anneler ¬
ber three times timesHerbert timesHerbert timesHerbert
Herbert Barger Nowton and and7several an several severalothers S8Vel1i1others severiothers
others who could not come up to the thestandard thestandard thestandard
standard of the American League L gup while whilewith whfltwJtlt whilewith >
with the Highlanders have been told tj tjreport t treport tireport
report to Montreal MontrealTate MontrculTate MontrealTate
Tate Cromley the big Indianapolis Indianapolistwirler Indianapolistwirler Indianapolistwirler
twirler is anxious an < Jous to retire from the dla diamond dlamond dlamend ¬
mond and devote himself him elf entirely to his hislaw hi18w hislaw
law practice in Columbus Cromley Cromle is a aGeorgetown ftGeorgetown aGeorgetown
Georgetown graduate graduateFrank grxduateFrank graduateFrank
Frank Donahue tho Detroit pitcher pitchersays pitchersays pitchersays
says It Ismore pleasant ant to register hotel hotelguests hotelguats hotelguests
guests than register kicks against the thepoor thepoor thepoor
poor umpires so he has decided to stick stickto stickto stickto
to his hotel in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaThe PhiladelphiaThe
The brunt of the pitching for Detroit Detroitnext Detroitnext
next season n will 111 fall on George Muliin MuliinThe MulfinThe
The Tiger management managem 1tt has offered him a aaonus aoonus
tonus of 51600 1100 If he gets the long end of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the score in thirty or more games gamesKIttridge gmetiKUtridge gainesKlttridge
KIttridge who was with the Nationals Nationalsthe Nationalsthe NtionaIsthe
the greater part of last season writes a afriend afriend afriend
friend in this city that ho expects exp ts to togive tog togive
give g o Montreal onteal the strongest team that has hasever hasoer hasover
ever represented the Canadian city cityThe cll cllThV cityTh
The ThV Th advent of Tommy Corcoran in the theNew theNew theNew
New York Nationals means the relegation relegationof
of Jack Hannifan to the substitute sub sub tltuto list listHannifan listHannitan listHannlfan
Hannifan was triedybut bytfte by the Philadel Philadelphia PhUadelphlt1 Philadelphia ¬
phia Athletics last spring but was not notquite notQuite notquite
quite fat t enough enoughRational enougbXatlonnl enoughNational
Rational Commission Meeting Meeting1Winter Jleetin JleetinWinter MeetingWinter
Winter baseball will receive a boom boomnex boomnex boomnex
nex week when the national commis commission commission commission ¬
sion holds its annual meeting at Cincin Cincinnati Cincinnati CincinnaIl ¬
nati Garry Herrmann who opposed the thereelection thereeloctlon thereelection
reelection of H C Pulliam to the presi presidency presidoncy prosldoncy ¬
doncy of the National League because of ofthe oftho ofthe
the latters antirowdy ball policy Is Isslated isslated Isslated
slated for reelection to the chairmanship chairmanshipof
of tho commission on the votes of Pul Pulliam Pu Puuntil
liam and and B B Johnson The commission commissionwill commissionwill commIssionvill
will decide numerous cases in detail be between between
tween tween the big bi leagues and the minors
j 4
ARMYS ATHLETIC FINANCES FINANCESExpense FINANCESExpenHcII FINANCESExpenses
Expense of West Point Football FootballTeam FooUJnllTeam FootballTeam
Team JJS000 JJS000Treasurer 38000Treasurer OOO OOOTre
Treasurer Tre surer Smith of the athletic nine association nSS4elation nineelation ¬
elation of West Point Point has made public publiclite pubUcIris publichis
Iris annual report of the finances of the theMilitary themltary theMIlitary
Military Academys sports and Incident Incidentally Jncldentally Incidentally ¬
ally affords a splendid object lesson on onthe onthe onthe
the proper conduct of athletics to col colleges college cotlagos ¬
lagos and other institutions beset by finan financial financlal financlal ¬
clal evils of which there is a general generalcomplaint generaleomplatnt generalcomplaint
complaint The students of the Military MilitaryAcademy MlUtnryAca4l MilitaryAcademy
Academy Aca4l conduct their sports wholly by bysubscriptions bYnbacrlptlons bysubscriptions
subscriptions without charging a cent for forgate torgate forgate
gate admistbn admission at any of their contests contestsThey contestsno contestsThey
They no go through a hard football loot1 a1l > ueason ueasonmaintain ueasonmaintain neasonmaintain
maintain baseball and minor athletic athleticteams athleticteAm8 athleticeami
teams t eami and complete the year with an ex expenditure expeRdtture cxpemidtture ¬
penditure of less than 14000In 14000 110In 14000In
In contrast to the extensive budgets of ofYale ofYale ofYale
Yale Harvard Princeton Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaand Pennsylvaniaand Pennsylvaniaand
and Cornell theArmy report is most strik striking strikIng stnikng ¬
ing I ng For football the gross sum of JSHB78 JSHB78was 810378W1UI 4U78was
was expended 1i2CU8 153013 went for coaching coachingJIJ828 conchlngIm coachingi541N
JIJ828 Im i541N in guarantees to teams visiting visitingWest visitingWest J8ltIngWest
West Point to play J1W580 1049 to officials officialswho offlclalswho officialswho
who served at the games JlOSLK L05L5 to a atrainer 1trainer atrainer
trainer and his assistants as 178411 479411 for ma material material matenial ¬
terial 5181274 JGIM on the Army and Navy Navygame Navypme Navygame
game and Si31 9010 for livery liveryThis liveryThis liveryThis
This money together with all others ex expended expended expended ¬
pended during the year was supplied suppu d by bycontributions byccmtrfbulon5 bycontributions
contributions The cadets gave I1S8S 1888 and andofficers mdoftlcers d dofficers
officers on the post t 51130 1 l1 Civilians con contributed contributed contributed ¬
tributed 41W and officers not on the post po post13lfl0T t tUl1ifi
Ul1ifi 817797 while Sl4l 14122 1412 came from Ixed 3xedsources IxedlIOurees Ixedsources
sources The contributions from officers officersnot omcersnot officersnot
not on post came from all over the globe jjiobesome Clobeme globesome
some me from as far as Slam where officers officerswere officerswere officerswere
were ui u i furlough The total contribu contributors conlrlbutonJ contnibutoe ¬
tors toe were 1311 1 in number giving slightly slightlymore slightlymore llghtlymore
more than 5 SNOlS t l the contributions rang ranging rangI yanglug ¬
lug I from 51 1 to 5308 910 Only M9 5O gave 510 10 or orBOCOCKS ormore ormore
more moreBOCOCKS
BOCOCKS BOCOCKSNEW NEW POSITION POSITIONGeorgetowns POSITIONGcor POSITIONGeorgeiowittt
Georgetowns Gcor toJlH Former Football Cap Cnptnin Captain Caplain
lain Enters Railroad Ofllce OfllceBranch OmeeBraIIeh 051ccBranch
Branch Bocock who captained the theGeorgetown theGeorgetown theGeorgetown
Georgetown football team last season seasonleft seasonleft seasonleft
left last night for Athens Ga to accept accepta
a position In tie 1gal l gal department of the theGeorgia theGeorgJa theGeorgia
Georgia division of the Southern Railway RailwayBocock RanwayBocock RailwayBocock
Bocock was considered the beet cap captain captain captate ¬
tain that led a a Georgetown team m In sev several SEVent several ¬
eral year years He graduated last June and andhas andbaa andhas
has been taking a postgraduate course coursebut coursebllt coursebut
but decided to withdraw w from the uni university untvenit university ¬
versity in order to begin his professional professionalcareer proCe professionalcareer slonal slonalcareer
career Several Southern colleges have havebeen bavebeen havebeen
been anxious to obtain his services as asfootball asfootball asfootball
football coach but aa his new duties will willrequire willrequire willrequire
require all of his time Ume he Is not likely to toaccept toaccept toaccept
accept any other position positionSANE po ItlonSANE positionSANE
SANE MOTORING ADVISED ADVISEDAntoUts ADVISEDAntobtJri ADVISEDAntoists
AntoUts Urged Ur el to Relieve Growing GrowingPublic GrowlnJlulJllc GrowIngInhlIc
Public Tension TensionHew TensionNew reJ1Hlon1kw
Hew York Yo Dec 3L J1Tbe The board of BOV BOVernors govetnors OV OVer1IOIII
ernors of the Automobile Club of o America Americahas Amerlcobaa Americaban
has made public the report of a a special specialcommittee 8 specialcommittee 1al 1alcommittee
committee appointed to investigate car certain cortala cartam ¬
tain tam avtat which have ye been developed in inconnection tnOOBBeCUon inconnection
connection with the evolution of automo automobfltng automoThe antoineb05ng
bfltng bfltngThe b05ngThe
The tension between the public and the theautomobtlists theautomobilists theautomobillata
automobilists is becoming tighter every everyday everyday everyday
day says the report and if the sober sobersense BOberMIIH sobersense
sense of the automobilist does not cause causehim causehim e ehim
him to restrain the tendency to reckless recklessspeed reckJeuJDadne8B recklessspeed
speed madness on n th the highway the public publicwin publicwiR publicwill
win see to it that he is restrained re by bymeasures bymeuurea bymeasures
measures that will 111 be so drastic dra tic that they theyare theyare theyare
are unpleasant to contemplate contemplateANAKCHIST contemplateANARCHIST contemplateANARCHIST
ANARCHIST A PRINTER PEINTEESinn PRINTERIan PRINTERMan
Sinn Ian Who Vbo Shot Henry Frlck Sets lip Tfpn Upn lipa
n Shop in New Xe York YorkAlexander York1ex1Ider York1Uexuder
Alexander 1ex1Ider Berkmau the anarchist auarchl t who whosliot whoatot whoabot
sliot H H C Prick about the time of the thesteel thesteel thesteel
steel mill riots in Pennsylvania fifteen MteenJftUS fifteenyears fifteenyears
years ago and served fourteen years in a aPennsylvania aPmD8Ylvanla aPennsylvania
Pennsylvania prison for the crime has hasstarted halltrted hasstarted
started a a little printing establishment at atm atEast atIN
m East Twentyseventh street street says a aNew aN a aNew
New N York letter to the Philadelphia PhiladelphiaLedger PtalJ PhiladelphiaLedger elpbfa elpbfar
Ledger r Not that Befknmn is tired of ofanarchy otaaareby ofanarchy
anarchy but but as he plaintively pointed pointedone pointedout pointedout
out today to4ayThe to todayThe ay ayrb4
rb4 The cause ca of human liberty Is glorious gloriousbut gIorJoufbat gloriousbut
but a man must t make a a living livingBericman UvlngDe WringDerkman
Bericman said today that the trade tradewas traA1eas tradewan
was as an old one to him The press s the thetype thet thetype i
type t the cases the chases the galleys galleysthe salleysthe galleysthe
the quoins and the keys all suggested suggestedby suggestedby
by 11 their very newness that somebody iO had hadstarted had8arted hadstarted
started afresh h in life HfeBut tCeBat lifelInt
Bat But you say you are still an an anarchist anarehl anarebistr ¬
archist arebistr t T be was was as asked askedI a kecl keclI
I I 1 did not n t say y I was an n anarchist rcht I Ifight Ifight Ibt
fight bt for human liberty I ant a com communistanarchist commUl cornmunlstanrChIst ¬
munistanarchist mUl stanarcbtst and between the com communistanarchist comJaunhKanarchl cornmunlutanarchist ¬
munistanarchist t and the Individual an anarchist anarchist anarchist ¬
archist there is a difference differenceThe dttrereneelh differenceThe
The individual anarchist is something somethingrather 80methinsrather somethingrather
rather vague His ideas are vague He Hecan Hecan Hecan
can attain to nothing achieve nothing nothingTHe nothingTJie nothingThe
THe communistanarchisthe he is an anar anarchist anarchist anartrue ¬
chist it is true but be tempers his the theories theones ¬
ories ones with communism1 communism1Do eommunism4Do
Do you agree with Mrs May Iabrick brick as asto asto I Ito
to the conditions conditIOnS condttloniexisting existing in some Pennj Pennjsylvaaia Penn PennayI Pennsylvania
sylvaaia ayI 1a jails he was asked askedI I Ioor
oor I agree with her in everything butj butjthe but butthe I Itbe
the matter of plum puddings he replied repliedsolemnly repliedsolemnly repliedsolemnly
solemnly as he began to stick type typeI
1 served fourteen years in a Pennsyl Pennsylvania PennsliR Penasylvaaiht ¬
vania iR prison prl on and when we got an extra extraslice extraIce extraslice
slice Ice of bread It was one that could be boused beu beused
used to protect the eyes In studying a apartial apartial apartlI
partial eclipse of the sun The Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania t wil e41 I is a terrible place placeIt placeIt placeIt
It is believed that the main work of the theprintshop theprlntshop theprintnhop
printshop will be for the anarchist propa propaganda propaREAL ¬
ganda I
REAL CHINESE GONG I
Terrible Power pow of Utterance De Described Dcecribed
scribed by Lnfcadio Ln c11dlo Hearn HearnFrom HearstFrom I IlItoM
From Lafcadtos Beams Lnters LntersBy I ters tersBy tAteaBy
By the bye did you ou ever hear a real realChinese realChlnet18 realChinese
Chinese gong I dont mean a a d dd d hotel hotelgong hotelsong hotelgong
gong but one of those great moon disks disksof disksof disksof
of yellow eUow metal which have so terrible terriblea terriblepower
a power of utterance A gentleman In InBanger InBangor inBangor
Bangor North Wales 1YaIIwhobadaprl who had a pri private private ¬
vate museum of South Pacific Pa lftc and Chi Chinese ChinOlle Chinone ¬ I
none curiosities exhibited one to me It Itwas Itwas
was hanging amid Fiji spears beau beautifully beautifully beautlfuUy ¬ I
tifully barbed with sharks teeth which whichtogether whichtogether
together with grotesque New Zealand Zealandclubs Zealanddubs Zealandclubs
clubs of green stone and Sandwich Isl Island Island IsIand ¬
and paddles wrought with the baroque baroquevisages baroque158ges baroquevisages
visages of the SharkGod were depending dependingfrom dependingfrom dependingfrom
from the walls Also there were were ere Indian Indianelephants Indianelephants Indianelephants
elephants in Ivory carrying balls In the thecarven thecarven thecarven
carven bellies each ball b ll containing some someother someother someother
other balls inside it It The gong limmered limmeredpale Ummeredp himmeredpale
pale p e and huge and yellow eUow like the moon moonrising 1I100nrising moonrising
rising over a a Southern swamp My Iy friend friendtapped friendtapped friendtapped
tapped its ancient face with a mufiTied mufiTieddrum muffiicddrum mufihieddrum
drum stick and it commenced to sob soblike sobUka
like waves over a low beach He tapped tappedIt
It again and it moaned like the wind in ina Ina ina
a mighty forest of pines Again and it itcommenced Itcommenced itcommenced
commenced to roar and with each tap tapthe tapthe tapthe
the roar grew deeper till it seemed like likethunder likethunder
thunder rolling over an abyss in the theCordilleras theCordllJeI8s theCordilloras
Cordilleras or the crashing of Thors Thorschariot Thorichariot Thorschariot
chariot wheels It was awful and aston astonishing astonishlng antonIshing ¬
ishing as awful I assure you I did not notlaugh no nolaugh notlaugh
laugh at it at a all It Impressed me as assomething assomething assomething
something terrible and mysterious I Ivainly Ivainly Ivainly
vainly sought to understand how that thatthin thatthin thatthin
thin thin disk of trembling metal could couldproduce couldproduce couldproduce
produce so frightful a vibration He In Informed Informed Informed ¬
formed me that it was very expensive expensivebeing expenslyebeing expensivebeing
being made chiefly of the most precious preciousmetals preciousmetalssllyer preciousmetalssilver
metals metalssllyer silver and gold goldUTOMOBILE goldAlL
AlL UTOMOBILE UTOMOBILESHOW UTOMOBILEshow
SHOW SHOWDupont showDupont
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Superior Region RegionFrenx RegionProm RegionPreen
Prom Records of te Is Past PastArchaeological PutArchaeolog1ca1 PastArchaeological
Archaeological research reveals many manyimportant mnyImportant manyImportant
important details of the domestic econ economy economy seenorny ¬
omy of ancient times but practically practicallynothing praetlcllnothIng practicallynothing
nothing that indicates the character or oreven oreven oreven
even the existence exi tence of what are today todayregarded t todayregarded day dayregarded
regarded as vital branches of an ade adequate adequate idequate ¬
quate public service Perhaps there were wereno wereno wereno
no such branches in those times and andperhaps andperhaps andperhaps
perhaps there were many of which we wehave wehao wehave
have no inkling because they were or organized oraniZed organized ¬
ganized like an afternoon reception in insuch insuch Insuch
such form that they could and actually actuallydid actuallydid actuallydid
did disappear without leaving palpable palpabletraces palpabIetracos palpabletraces
traces behind behindThe behindThe behindThe
The general delivery of private Informs information IBtOrmaUon Informstiozi ¬
tion from house to house theoretically at atpublic 8tpublic atpublic
public expense and actually actu JlT under gov government government governmert ¬
ernment regulation is supposed to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been unknown to the ancients of all allperiods al1periods altperiods
periods but I can state that one of the themost tbemost themost
most effective as well as one of the most mostinteresting mostInteresting mootinteresting
interesting systems of rural free deliv delivery deUvcry dclivcry ¬
cry ever conceived was in use for un untold untold tintold ¬
told generation by the Indians of the thenorth tbenorth thenorth
north shore of Lake Superior especially especiallythe especiallythe especiallythe
the Pillagers and I suppose prior to tothe tothe tothe
the demoralization wrought bt < by the advent adventof adventof nentof
of the Caucasian by the Indians IndIa of ether otherlocalities etherloca1lt1e etherlocalities
localities localitiesUnder loca1lt1eUnder localitiesUnder
Under the tribal law Ia every person who whotravels whotravels whotravels
travels over the trail must examine ex the thecontents thecontents thecontents
contents of each poetoffice that he passes passesfor efor passesfor
for the purpose of forwarding torwardtn any moo messages JDeII5Ages moosages ¬
sages which are deliverable in the di direction direction dimeLlon ¬
rection that he is pursuing If the first firstperson Anttperson firstperson
person who passes pa the cache or post postoffice poIItoffice postoffice
office in which I I Ibovo heve deposited ray m letter letterknows Jetterknows letterknows
knows my family or where wlI < e they live liveand Itveand liveand
and expects to see them he must take takethe takethe takeiii
the iii message J to them If he intends Jnte s to togo togo
go 50 only a portion of the way he copies oopIesm copiesmy copiesmy
m my message leaves the original original as he hefound hefound hefound
found it It and deposits his copy ia the last lastpostoffice 1utpostofilce lastpostobilce
postoffice that he passes on his journey journeytoward j urneytoward Journeytoward
toward my wigwam wigwamIf 1gwamIt
If another person comes into the trail trailon traHon traIlon
on the hither side of this copy he must mustrepeat DlU8trepeat mustrepeat
repeat the operation daqrl described deiiv delvftclJsg delvftclJsgthe delIvningthe ring ringthe
the copy to my family QE bJ b hii hi i own copy copyinto OtiYinto copyinto
into the last cache on the road he travels travelsIn trayelsin travelsIn
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I asked the civil chief of the Pillagers Pillagershow Pillagershow PlUngershow
how long his people had used u ed this beau beautiful beautiful beautiful ¬
tiful and effective free delivery system systemad systemand
and ad he replied Always AlwaysAs AlwaysA AlwaysAs
As A the Pillagers PlI rs claim to be the abo aboriginal aboriginal abeiIglnI ¬
riginal natives of the soil where the rem remnant remnant rentrant ¬
nant of their tribe is now located and as asthe astb asthe
the tepee of the present hereditary chief chiefoverlooks chiefoverlooks chiefoverlooks
overlooks the graves of more than thirty thirtygenerations tJalrtyseaeraUons thirtygenerations
generations of his ancestors the term termalways termalways termalways
always in this case must mean at the thelowest thelowest thelowest
lowest many many centuries centuriesHerald centuriesHcrald centurleeHerald
Herald Wnnt Ads AdaWill odRWill AdsWill
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