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8 THE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONiIERALD HERALD SATURDAY JANUARY 26 1907
FEATURE CALLED OFF OFFEain OFFRain OFFRaiii
Rain Plays Havoc with ith Card Cardat Car Carat Cardat
at Fair Grounds Track TrackFIVE TJ1ackFIVE TrackFIVE
FIVE OF SIX CHOICES VQX VQXNumerous wmSumcrOUff WEN WENNuluerouM
Numerous IVItlidravrnlH Cut Down Downthe Downthe Downthe
the FJcldH FJC1tJH in AH Events but a aFnlr nFair aFnir
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Fair Days Rncln Racing Results Re3ultsCeIIa Re3ultsCeIIaConfederacy Cclln CcllnConfederacy Ccl1aConfctlerac
Confederacy Confctlerac Said to Have Cleaned CleanedLp GlcanedUp CleanedVp
Lp on Dele Stronie In Last Event EventXew Ecntew EieniNew
New ew Orleans Jan 25 iThe The card at atthe atthe atthe
the Fair Grounds this afternoon was wasforced wasforced wa wathreed
forced to undergo a lot of scratching scratchingun
un account a unt of the continued rain of ofthis oc octhl otthis
this thl morning morningThe morningThe morningThe
The fourth race race which hlcft was wsi intended intendedfor lftteadec1for Intudedc
c for the feature was sa wiped out out whllf whllfevery whl1every wh11 wh11every
every other event was whittled down downmore downmore downmore
more or less by the numerous with withdrawals wItbdrawal withdrawaIs ¬
drawals The card however held to together tother together ¬
gether ther well w U and a fair days racing rae1n was wasthe wasthe 8S 8Sthe
the outcome with five ve of the sCx bet betting betting betting ¬
ting choices reaching the finishing line linefirst linerst If ne nefirst
first rst rstThe
firstThe
The most important looking race of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the day was the third a purse pur affair affairat atralra affairat
at a t one and ad onesixteenth one sixtee t miles mI1 tIes In Inwhich Inwhih Invhhh
which Mortiboy M < rtlboy was the choice and andAvinner andwinner andwinner
winner Mortlboy was a 6 to 5 favor favorite fori favorite ¬
ite i t >
tnoserrlan Roserrlan even money eae7 woo wtJ we the sixth sixtheasily sixtheasily Ixth Ixthaslly
easily easilyGamara easilyGamars asllyGama
Gamara Gama the eboleo in f the flfth never neverloft neverbft ever everIt
loft It > ft the thereanrlt result in doubt t winning wi from fromcnd fromnd fromend
end nd to end endLattice eadLttt endLattIee
Lattice Lttt e the favorite won the two twoyearold twoearo1d
yearold faroltl event with but a nose to spare sparefrom 8JMuefrom sparefrom
from Dew of Dawn DawnRefined Daw DawRedned IawsRefined
Refined the choice in 1 the second secondmanaged IeeOnclmanaared secondnanaged
managed to yet t the lead from fre Imper Impertimnce Impertimnee Imperflnnce
timnce timnceThe timneeTile flnnceThe
The Celia confederacy is reported to toavp toa toaVe
aVe a Yf > cleaned fI np uptth > ltft th Dele Strowe win winmr wlnflfr winpcr
mr of theciosinK the 4cksInK ekNItl1K event Dele Strome Stromewas Stromewas Stroniewas
was a 12 lf to to 1 chance in the betting bettingand betUA betUAa111 bettingtd
and won with wItl two lengths to spare spareafter aNUelffer spareicter
after forcing the pace paceThe pace paceThe paceTue
The Summaries SummariesFIRST SUlnmar SummariesF1RT cs csFIRST
FIRST RACBTwoyearold JtC1woJeaI Ida Unree thre and udrtlOnS ooebaH ooebaHfi
fi rtlOnS longs i Lattice MS J r Ixrt IA 17 to M KM Dew Dewf
f Dawn m M Wood N to 1 1 1g teeond Runlet RunletHrady Wawf WawfItrady
g Hrady 9 to L 1 thM Time TI 143 O 14 1 GaIn Ootandriiia GaInrim Gcburifl4
driiia rim Khraey Antonk MatMUjr Dfa DiIIk DiIIkKght aootbeni aootbeniKn ostbceaXgt
Kn Kght t Ama naa Irish and Bitter Fair hII1cX abe ran ranK ranEeXD
> K 1cX EeXD ND RACKThrcerearoU air d fmtoiwu fmtoiwuK f fK farIes farIesl
K K l UnM D4d m IJoytf HJosd T to 5 a woa w lanMiliicmr Jni8rlllzI 1tIMe 1tIMeVan Ml Mlr
< r Van Dop Due > > M to o S S weaad RertMeert ertieot M7 M7illue JI7IJIu l llIue4
illue IJIu lIue4 > lI ti8 M 11 to t S 5 thM Tine 115 1 ITmnt IL Xante XanteTaunt anl anlTaunt
Taunt Doric Dca Xkcted lected SkJaancr and Abteetoa abe aberan aileran ao aoran
ran ranTHIRD THIRD RACETbreeyearokb KE awl nfW paad paadand rd j jand M Mand
and onrMzteeBtli utw KSW ea Uortiboy Mat 9 Lowe I In Iwin t
5 won n Oraaada Ml Oaner T U ao 1 1l aeeoNd aeeoNdK eedl
K l Ir y W ftrrow IS to 1 1 AM Ttae IS IST IIiI IIiITmlfs lSTrnns
T Tmlfs rn ts Jaccmo sad OWre OWreIA OWreIArOlRTH aba e ran ranrotRTH niLFOURTH
FOURTH RACED KACEDrdaml KACEDrdamlnFTH xdared of ofFIFTH o
FIFTH 11 FTH RACKThwcjpearolda RA awl opwatd i iIInli ass owtami asssfl1
ami onesbtecnth onr temtb idle JIIiIeL a les Oamao U si IM 1 1 1Z J 1 Marti iartis
7 t < > 5 TTOO ni Delre 118 I1 lowerD U II to L Lhhq 1MaIi I aaeowl aaeowlMali
Mali hhq may alQ IIS Mttdtell SI ti t te 1 L third Ttae TtaeI2 one oneI ThasI
I2 I 2 35 Jack J Jst Lory Lni Canyo anyos Raioiawl BeB the thet
t d > t R F Wflliawa W WflU us MoOowaT sat BIle Il ate a nw nwSIXTH DLHXTH assxTli
SIXTH RACBThreefearolda JLCX r ft ni e awl allfrnn a oaefcatf oaefcatff assheXSnievta
f frnn ronRs NoMrriaa M5 Aohncfarfi C to torlI1flr M won wonMiwrp os osMnfrr
Miwrp IK 1 Farrow D to 1 1 seeood Vetii VetiiL Vottaf 0 III0I MS
I r IHI t < > 12 t to 1 tniid Ttae I 11 4 Ties Jolt JottNinrr JoltNie oa oaXiltf
Ninrr Nie Gram race lAnes Lwar L brie aDd NeWs NcffiaIUcii XdIIeI NeWslwim
IUcii I lwim dne e she ran ranSEVENTH ranSEYEXTJI ranEV
SEVENTH EV EXTI RACK JtACXIuweu Thiw jtmioUt awl upward upwardfn
fn fnt I T mile m awl tee wey rty yards Dele 9tecw W P FSwain PSIl PSwain
Swain SIl 1 B to L I worn wo Terms Nod MB 1 Ud MOae I to
1 second Gioagzaa Geoza 112 J Hattta S to 1 1 third thirdTime tJaiIdTim tbdThat
Time I 141 45 Kettle ForeiBMr l Sophie Carter Carterivimow cnPdm taaterI
ivimow Pdm I t1more Mmr Belie BawAd BuaeI8I awl a 1Jcal ealnUek as1 aba abaPOOR ailenn aboTan
nn nnPOOR
POOR CARD AT ASCOT ASCOTPonr ASOOTPour ASCOTFour
Pour Selling and Two Purse Pnrlol Races KneesAll RacesAll RacesUl
All That Are rc Offered OfferedLos OlTcrclILos OfferedLos
Los Angeles Jan 25 25Secretar7 Secretary Boden Bodenfor Bodenfor odcn odcnfor
for some unaccountable reason reA OtI presented presentedone
one rI of the poorest cards offered O ered at the theAscot theAsot theseot
Ascot seot track this year The card was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made up of four selling elU and two purse purseraces PUrRra purseraces
races ra es The Major in a a tremendous drive drivewon drh drhwon drtewon
won the initial event from Masapan MasapanBonnie Ma MaBonnie Maaapsnnnle
Bonnie ± nnle Reg showed Summaries SummariesrlKST SummariesllR SummariesF1RT
rlKST llR OIT RACKStlllac rix tatacs The Major Ia
113 HniweU 7 to X 1 won Maiarn laD IM < Piacfaeh erlto tathar
5 t to 1 1 atcond Boerie Keg It let 1 KoenMfl T to t tthird Sothird 2 2third
third TineS T 115 Nuns an TeMoR T Seaafck I 1rtDce 1rtDceIa PrhiniMamct rtoce rtoceMamct
Mamct Ia mct M Olsen lIMIt My Choice Search ile ilesiitba Ie IeI Meand
siitba I tba a awl Ratadood ate aIIonOXD nw nwSKCOXD ran4COND
SKCOXD KACEFhe KU Fhe and owehalf farioaa Am Amjvla A AI1 t tI
jvla I < log 1 nraavll thruarsift I to X 2 woo Green Bou ca1 ca1iIH nil nilLFPn MS MSKiint
Kiint iIH 5 to te2 X accord Caaanon o Sae MB nrnt IVeatoB IVeatoBi Prrato Prratoin
i to 1 third Thee 1 Ain A JerRY Lurty II IIim I Ihiln IIie
hiln im May L L X Yaddo Aileron lJkoroB lUHon at atK Stu t t4T
K Mr u and fld Mraakwdl also aIIoTUJRD ran ranIJURD ranrIII1tD
IJURD RAC8eUfa Brooke mesas Jack Ut UttU Uti
tU i h k 111 I 11 BolbBan 7 to M won Uold UoldNt Spot 8potI Ml MliNiihrtl
iNiihrtl I Nt titbttl it krU 8 to L 1 second 8mJDdj K KcaMambo W leOn MeDaavi
i k 1 1 1 to U X 1 third Tha Thee 27 21 Boatai l1o L naher naheriii 1fiIIIerDilln Fheruan
Dilln iii H We We1d3 y Chvwa lress and Thadde l1IaddNs also ran ranForRHC JaDr ranFOFRflt
ForRHC r iKMI HACBHandicap one 0Deue Mile Iutaafle IutaafleM
M 4 Mclhmiel 1 to i S won Dan l on Haarinon 91 KMa It
11 to li 3 ecaod Ootaiette 15 carroll I to X 2 third thirdtinir rdfin thIrdLne
tinir fin 111 I 41 Deanna and CUnuMy < Sweep ate ran ranFIFTH ranFUTU anFIFTh
FIFTH KACE9eren fnriona f1lfloDtls Behroir IN ISo CBou1i ISoh1 Bo BoUiifli >
Uiifli u1i I 7 to I won lID Meddltaw Daiay l 1a McDaaid leDaaidWII McDanielatrd McDaaidrvtn
rvtn WII st itmad nod Cardinal Sarto IM Wrhjht rilbt 35 to X Xtvird 1thinl I ItirI
tvird ThM T 12R 1 Crcb U dOr Tmby Tom T AQCM AQCMsin AninsIi 1IIUo 1IIUosill
sin Ii Mrrtlake frtlake and Kenan Kojr lio ate ran ranSIXTH JaILSIXTH anIXTl
SIXTH IXTl KACKSdlinj oce mile Treaawe Seefc Seefcr 5eSH 3e 3er
H r 110 Moriartj loran U to J 5 won i llmkK 1 1Han m Me Mel
l Han aniel nifli d S to 1 eoBd Iridt I ah Mail HZ < CIe Whttanai WhttanaiK
K to t 1 1 third Time lAflt 144 Fnacneht Itwcr a a aat nist d dHaU
HaU at Stella tr9a A MM sad Remember also nw nwCHOICES rail railCHOICES ranCItOICES
CHOICES LEFT AT POST POSTTalent POSTTulcnt POSTTalent
Talent Given a Jolt 11 l ny Starter Holt Holtman 11011mai Iloltnmu
man at Frisco PriwcoSan FriMCOSan FriscoSan
San Francisco Jan 25 5Starter Starter Hoit Hoitmnn HoItmon Holtman
mon gave the talent a terrific jolt when whenh whenFe
1 h < left Lasell the favorite and Orchan OrchanjHcond OrchanQncl Orchanttnd
jHcond Qncl choice at the poM in the fourth fourthrace fourtJarace fourthrace
race The spectators taton made aned quite a aorstratfon dem demonstration tleMohstratlon ¬
onstration Crowahade scored cleverly cleverlyover cleverlron cIeveryovir
over on r Rolla The Th flrst six horses Mnes were werequoted werequotf wereqtioted
quoted d from 1 i to M9 1 to 1 1Johnny 1Johnny 1Johnny
Johnny Lyons at 50 to 1 1 scored a neck neckvictory neetcYictory neckvictory
victory ovecFred cwelFre4 Nugent the fJ fJfavorite oddson oddsonfavorite odtlllonfavorite
favorite In the third thirdIn tJelrdI thirdIn
In I n the last Gateway Gat beat DolHe Dollars Dollarsby DoIlarabr Dollarsby
by a nose Summaries SummariesFIRST SUmmarleFIRST SummariesFIRST
FIRST lUCBTlireeeiaJbtfca IUCKLA riatt of a silts Bin BinMov DiIIJ Silty3Ite >
Mov 101 IB 1 Wttnrau tt to i i ama m K KIt KIt11IIPo Ithinartase IthinartaseUugan tee M 1H 1Huviean
uviean I to 1 L armed Irtt Mtte lib 4e m fGrallaatu Gnuum
1 tu 1 third Tiaw 53 S Bcaa Orcfcota Heather IIeasllert llnithaIt HeatherHot
Hot t Creation Swede Sw wcIe l Jim J Jay Xoowce Lady LadyAdelaide LtId1AdflaiM Lod LodAdelaide
Adelaide Contribution and AIM Ate also a ran ranSECOND rataSElOXD ranSEND
SECOND KACKPtra and onehalf If fnrl farbl pu La Lar Lar Lerte
r rte IM Morose 4 to 1 1 won WVIIj Aw 4 Anne Karentoa Karminaf KararinafMilltr W WiMilltr
iMilltr f I m rl 8 to a eoomi Doha D e of Oilman OrtIs MB S Sttlllbt Sen4rS ndy >
9 to 1 third Iel TilDe IM IaIa IaIaur > 4a Iia BtaAthorpe Sharp Sharpor
or I BaWD Doc Craig Cral Hewlett PifeeeM 1 Leal Lca1 Laura LawraL La LaJ
L J and bid Heather also ran ranTHIRD JaILTHIRD ranTIIIXD
THIRD KACKPntnrity eoonie a Johnny Johns Ljww J4eMJ
112 iJ J Ia Harea 21 to 1 1 1 ass < M Kred Nupent vtteat m Wil Williams Wil Williams WI WIJtania ¬
liams 4 to 5 5 aeooed Aama A m MeBride IS 1 to
1 third Tim 101 Kekeawo K Hwrftmo JI 5Ke 5KeJt StItejsae e ebSle
Jt bSle we Ben Lure o V Odd VoteMa and Tatamc abo aborm alllerm elser
rm r tfl
rmFOURTH
FOURTH RACBOne mO ails and afty fty yardc Crew Crewsliadc owshade Q Qabide
shade a Lynch IS to I wm Sofia Rella m Ljcw Ljcwpisi Lwrg1 Lp Lpgvs
pisi g1 gvs I 15 to 1 weood Oeripe W Motel M to I Ithird IhIid Ithird
third Time 1are 1H1S 118 15 Ctoehe dOr Atan A nor MoyAdirondack norAdirondflck BoyAdirondack
Adirondack Krone and Wemfcfc ate aI ran ranFIFTH taLF1 ranFIF1lt
FIFTH F1 FTII RACBOne aiW riJ and OM hundred yank yardcUtoian sa yankLucten
Utoian H Graham J to S 5 won Kd Hberidu Hberidulot SberiduI1M
lot VilaoiU 11 1 to 2 2 Moond Cant Burnett maatt W itar utoo Ihuton itarton
ton > to 1 thIrd Time 1 134 N IHne lila Byes and andLwoe ai aiLone
Lone Wolf 01 abu ran ranSIXTH rauSITII ranSIXTh
SIXTH RACESix and onebaK If fnrlbiiet ftsdOssvay Gate Gatevay Gatewar
vay M9 W MelMde K to 1 wan j Dou DoIIItt Dethua K KSand IIcS3nd1
cS3nd1 Sand 4 I to 1 1 second 11 Hednrthom m L L Wfl Wflli WQlialWl VIf VIfllama
li llama m 5 to 1 third Time T1 14S14 I 15 15 Neutwm Nqituauada Neutwmlada
1 lada ada and i Fred red Bent also a ran ranStccpleclinKO nul nulStepleha anStorrpleelrase
StccpleclinKO 6 OfllcInlH OmtrlalsNew Selected SelectedNew SeI etetI etetINew
New York Jan 55 SoAt At the annual a viuI meet meeting meeting meetIng ¬
ing of the steward of the National NationalSteeplechase NItlonaiStlpl8C NationalSteepIeehss
Steeplechase Stlpl8C and Hunt Association which whichcontrols whihcontro18 whichcontrols
controls crosscountry C erOssouutry tfy sports on the East Eastern Eastpm Eastecu ¬
ecu tracks August Belmont was re reelected reelected reelected
elected president with J H Alexander Alexandervice Alexandervice Alexandervice
vice president and a 5 a 5 Howland honor honorary honorary honorary ¬
ary secretary and treasurer H G Crick Crickmore Crickmor Crickmore
more mor was appointed appol1eCOrdlng recording secretary secretaryand ecretatyand secretaryand
and Algernon Darjgerneld Da Dozert1eki rfteld assistant l 1ant secre secretary se re retary retary ¬
tary W V S S Vosburgh V sburgh rgh was wa appointed appointedsteward tppolntcdi ampo1ntedsteward
i steward to represent the National Steeple Steeplechase Steeplechue Steeplecbae ¬
chase and Hunt Association A UotT for all allsteeplechases aUst allsteepethaees
steeplechases st plfthaaeii run at the Jeckey Club Clubtracks Clubtracks Clubtracks
tracks in this State Statea StateI
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RACING CADS POE TODAY TODAYNew TODAYNew TODAYNew
New Orleans OrleansFIRST OrlennsPIRST OrleansPIILST
FIRST RACESbc fariowgi fariowgiNerrator fscIuasNarrator ttrioelLNllrfttor
Narrator MT Deer fmpf fmpfUaagfe TIIBPI4aeker iaraiMale
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Major laj Carpenter Hi I Jerry C CDannte cD81 CSSCOD
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SECOND RACEFOOT farwacc farwaccIM f fPefM fsrtnssssPoem
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Late R ME 5 Rebel eI Qw On n r HI HIIAIte UtLute
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THIRD RACEFiT and onehalf If fur furLittle II IILtUIe 5 ss ssUue
Little George IS Peonrlm PeonrlmL 1niuihiLucuthis
L Lucuthis MaUm ill 1 Darejn M MZaun 111 1 17aslini
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libckbwn libckbwnFOURTH ll IflectiramFOURTH
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TiefetaMim Tlll Initse B S IS Matador tatn rc lg lU lUOm 31 31otilas
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1 Joe KeuJ Kelly NT Flornwam P1cuIs BeKa Mf NI NIMO7ar
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Baltimore Tonl Tonight TonlhtR TonightRobert ht htRobert
Robert R bert L Dunn the war correspondent correspondentand
and B d lecturer arrived in Washington Jut histnight Jutnight lastnight
night in his hi big PopeToledo car to make makearrangements mainarrangements makearrangements
arrangements at this end for the motor motorrace motorrace motorrace
race from Baltimore to Washington to tonight toht tonIght ¬
night nightHebert nIghtHebert ht htHeobert
Hebert H Lytle Lytl the well known nown rae racing 1aClag raefag ¬
lag car driver who ran fourth in lathe the re recent re recent recent ¬
cent Vanderbilt Cup races and who is isnow Ianow Isnow
now attending the automobIle show In InBaltimore InBaltimore InIlaltimore
Baltimore has issued a challenge chall to all allexhibitors allfxhibltors allexhibitors
exhibitors in the Monumental City show showtor allowtor showbr
tor a midnight run to Washington Wu for a awager awager a awager
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Mr Dunn has arranged arra to have Royce HoyceC RorceC
C C Hough of the Washington < Autdmobile Autdmobile Autdmo AutdmoWle
bile Company and a party representing representingthe r preatellttDthe <
the automobile club of this city leave leavehere 1eaTehere leavehere
here tonight tDnI < bt to meet the racers racersGeorgetown racersGeorpeton rersGeorgetown
Georgetown on the Stn Stage StnrcCaptainelect StagecaptabteIect c cCaptainelect
Captainelect Dutcher and his heroes o othe 0 0the othe
the gridiron for the first time in their theirlives tbeirlives theirlives
lives wUi appear on the stage and do dobattle dobattle 10 10baule
battle with th the eyes of an audience udlenee in insupport Insupport insupport
support of Robert Edeaon at the New NewNational Ne NeNational NewNational
National Monday njght when Georgetown GeorgetownUniversity GeorxetownUnlvelJlity Georgetown1JntverIty
University night will be celebrated The Theplay Theplay Theplay
play strongheart Stroo heft te a college play with withits lithJ15 withits
its scenes in Columbia College and has hasa basa hasa
a great deal to do with football Presi President President President ¬
dent Buel and the faculty will be guests guestsof gue guestsof ts tsof
of Mr Edeson in a box party and the theorchestra theorcbe5tra theorchestra
orchestra seats ea will practically be filled filledwith nlledwith tilledwith
with alumni and university men menFenilnlta menFcutlnllt menFendnlla
Fenilnlta to Ulcct U Unlit anti I IThe IThe IThe
The Kendall Cadet basketball team will willmeet winmeet willmeet
meet the U and I Fraternity basket basketball lMUIketball basketball ¬
ball team next Tuesday night The U Uand Uand Und
and nd I is a fast team team and will make malee mace the theFeudal theFeacJaJ theFendalls
Feudal hustle The winners of the theWesternEastern theWesternEutern theWternEsntem
WesternEastern game me will meet the Fen Fendall Fendall Fendali
dall Cadet team for the 110pound title titleThe titleThe titleThe
The Yankees and Warwick each of whom whomhas whomhas whomhas
has won a game from the Fendalls Fe Us and andlost andIo8t andlost
lost one to them will m be given a chance chanceto chanceto chanceto
to play the ties off next month The TheWarwick TheW1rick TheWrwlcks
Warwick Yankees and Fendalla will willplay willplay willplay
play for the disputed championship be before be betore before ¬
fore the basketball season is over The Thewinners The1nners ThewInners
winners of the th EasternWestern EA tern eStern High HighSchool IDcbSchool HighSchool
School contest will also compete for the the110pound thellOpound the110pound
110pound title titleThe titleThe titleThe
The Fendalls would like to meet the St StJohns StJohns StJohns
Johns choir team Address Capt J JKcane JK 3Keane
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AUTO RACER INJURED INJUREDFred IllREDFreIMarriott
Fred FreIMarriott Marriott Seriously Seriouslyllurt Seriouslyllurtand Hurt Hurtand Hurtand
and the Bug Wrecked WreckedGOING WreckedGOING 7reekedGOING
GOING 125 MILES AN HOUR HOURDriver HOURDrher HOURDriver
Driver I IH Knocked Senseless l 11 by y Ex Exploxion Ex1lo Exyrlosion
ploxion 1lo lon Which Follows When Pines PinesBurst 1 IipesBurstWas > llles lllesIJur
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Record at Time of tIle Accident AccidentFast AccidentFast ccic1cnt ccic1cntFust
Fast Time of Meet Ieet Just Made MadeHotel Madetotel lnc1cI
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fIotel Hotel Ormond Fla Jan 25 2ftTho Tho most mostdramatic mostdfamatlc mosttfFamatlc
dramatic dfamatlc Incident in the racing history historyof
I of the OrirtondDaytona Beach by which whichFred whichFred whichFred
Fred Marriott almost ltnoet lost his life lito and andthe nndthe andthe
the famous amoua Stanley 4 Bug ug steamer was wassmashed wasamaahed wassmashed
smashed into flinders ntncle brought todays todaysprogramme toduysprogramme todnysprogramme
programme to a precipitous end endMarriott endMarriott endMarriott
Marriott hi the only onl man who knows knowsexactly know5ctJ7 knowsexactly
exactly ctJ7 what did happen although he hehas hebaa helime
has not yet been asked to tell what he heknows heknows
knows knowsThe kftO knowsThe
The only onl thing thtn therefore to do is to totake totake totake
take the testimony of two or three per parsons per110M perIons ¬
sons nearest near the spot tOt where the accident accidentoccurred accidentoccurred accidentoccurred
occurred These agree ree that the hood hoOd be became b became ¬
came loose seemingly Jeemtn ly being lifted by the thewind Uto1Dd thewind
wind 1Dd while the front wheels wore woretilted so sotilted iIOlftlecl
tilted upward that they did not strike strikethe strikethe trikethe
the sand of the beach by several eral Inches inchosMarriott InchOllMarriott InchesMarriott
Marriott was running rnnl against tho wind windThe windThe windThe
The only fastening futenln of the hood is four foursmall foursmall
small wooden pins so this hypothesis bypoth is isreasonable inreasonable
reasonable Then the Bug made a asharp asharli
sharp curve for the ocean but as a it dW dWso
10 it turned over two or three times The Thetubing Thetubtug
tubing of course eoune broke and the car was wasenveloped wa waenvelOfHd wasenveloped
enveloped in a cloud of steam steamTrying steamrrlnl steamTrying
Trying to Lower Mark MarkThousand UnrkThousands lurk lurkTbouaancbl
Thousand of eyes were upon the ve vehicle ve yehide ¬
hide for Marriott was making his ku de determined de determlDed doterinined ¬
termined third attempt to lower his mile milemark milemark milemark
mark of last season which hleb was the fast fastest futt fasteat ¬
est t ever made anywhere by any IA class ela of ofvehicle ofveli1cle
vehicle He had got ot nearly out of sight sightI sightbeing
I being almost at the end of the mile milewhen milewhen
when the upset came The spectators 8pectA tor on onthe 011the onthe
the high clubhouse balcony could co ld see that thatthere thatthere
there had been an accident first rat noting notingthe noUnlthe notingthe
the escape of steam which caused an anexplosion a anexplosion
r explosion then the tangent taken ta n by the theracer theracer
racer toward the ocean oceanMarriott oceanMarriott
Marriott was w going fast fut and the bright brightsun brl brightsun ht
sun reflected on the ocean dazzling daxsll S all alleyes alleyes
eyes la an instant half the crowd had hadstarted hadIIW1ed hadstarted
started for the scene but bU t they were werehall no nohalf sos soshalf
half way there when they met t the Rolls RollsRoyce RoU RoURoyce RollsRoyce
Royce car r with Marriott Marriott his face covered coveredwith coveredwith coveredwith
with blood lying Insensible across the thenvps theJap thelaps
laps of two men in the rear seat He wiui wiuitaken wstaken
taken to the clubhouse e of the Florida FloridaKast FlorIdaJIawt Floridaaet
Kast aet Coast Automobile Association AssociationThree AMoctatJonThrcc AssociationThree
Three Rib Ribs Are Broken BrokenDoctors nrol UrolenDoctors cn cnDoeton
Doctors were on hand there and he heeanted was wascarried wascarried
carried to the upper front piassa which whichoverlooks whichoverlooks lIteII lIteIIOftrloob
overlooks the beach He spoke while be being be becarr1e4 hehag ¬
hag carried upstairs 11 and cried out in pain painOnce paILOnce painOnce
Once upon a stretcher it was found that thatthree thator thatthree
three of his h ribs had been broken ad he hecomplained hecomplaJaed hecomplained
complained that he could see nothing out outof outof outofhisr1hteye
of ofhisr1hteye his right eye eyeAs f fAs 145 145As
As no other otber broken bones cc d be befound befound
found and no internal injuries v Y ye re die discovered cHa cHahe diecovered ¬
covered he was taken six MI mft mite up the thebeach thebeach
beach to the Hotel Ormond an hour later lateron lateron lateron
on an improvised automobile ambulance ambulanceThis ambulanceThis
This evening emUI the physicians reported Mar Marriott Marrtott Marrlott ¬
riott as resting fairly t ly comfortable and andshowing aad1Ih0wing andshowing
showing Improved chances for recovery recoveryHte reooftryHia recoveryHis
His wife who lives in Boston was tele telegraphed telecrapbed telegraphed ¬
graphed for forThe forThe forThe
The wreck of the car was eontpiete eontpieteXVn eom eoma eomptetnWn
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w wa a going sota at t the rate of IX mites an anhour aaboar anbow
hour It te estimated The mile Ie record record5t to toSlS Is1G
5t SlS 1G seconds econ It was made e here last lastyear lastIn 1styear
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the meet meetAn meetAn meetAn
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power Franklin in a race of twelve miles milesto mUesto milesto
to Ormond and back Despite a cracked crackedcylinder craekedc crackedqllnder
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Chicago Jan 25 25After After losing tho sec second SCCond seeotid ¬
ond fall through an error of judgment on onthe onthe onthe
the part of Referee Dick Fleming l Fred FredB FrettBeen FredBeeli
B Been eII the little tth giant ant of Marshfleld llarsh eld Win Wiscnifiiied WinCrUhe1 is iscnvohed
cnifiiied all tho ambition out of WiHlam WiHlamDenxjtral WmamDem4 WiamDenmotral
Denxjtral Dem4 tral the Greek in the windup of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the wrestling Te Ulng show at Brooks Casino to tonight tonIght tonight ¬
night The Greek hit the mat with a athud 8thud athud
thud just sixtyone seconds after the men mentook mentook mentook
took bob for the Jln final l fall fallAlumni faJlAlumnI fallAlumnI
Alumni Coacliinpr Concllin at Virginia VirginiaSpecial VirgIniaSptC VirginiaSpecial
Special to The WasfcfeKUnt W Herald HeraldCharlottesvllle UerakCharlottesvilleVa HeraldCharlottesville
Charlottesvllle CharlottesvilleVa Va Ta Jan 35 2iIn In accord accordance nccotdan accoMance ¬
ance an < e with the wish of the faculty facult r tho Gen General Gentral Conoral ¬
oral Athletic Association A of f the Unlver University Unlverdty Unlverstty ¬
sity > of Virginia tonight voted oted to estab establish estabUsh estabUsh ¬
Ush the alumni system of ofCCNcbln coaching Ham Hammond Hftmmond Hammend ¬
mond Johnson on of Norfolk was wa elected electedHeld electedltetd cleetetiIteld
Held coach for next season seasoni
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YALES CREW COACH ILL ILLJohn ILLJolnl ILLJohn
John Kennedy Unable to Direct the theWork theVorl titeWork
Work Vorl of the Rowing Candidates CandidatesNow CnDtl1tlnteNow CandidatesNow
Now York Jan 26 3SJohn John John Kennedy pro professional professional professlonal ¬
fessional rowing coach of Yale University Universityis
is seriously sorlou l ill at his lil home in New Haven Havenand H Havenand vcn vcnand
and preparations among the oarsmen can candidates candidates caitdidatos ¬
didates is at a standstill in consequence ooasaaueneePrivate coJsoquonacPrlvate consequencePrivate
Private advices received by local friends friondgof friendsof rlondsof
of Kennedy state tnat he was taken ill illwith HIwith Illwith
with an n attack a ack of grip ten days ago and andthat antIthat andthat
that the famous coach lisa since 1nco devel developed doveloped developed ¬
oped pneumonia His condition is such as asto asto I Ito
to alarm alarm his hi family tamn and friends friendsAn friendAn friendsAn
An abstract from a letter written yes yesterday yestorday yeaterday ¬
terday is Our old friend trlellls Is a pretty sick sickman 8Ickman sickman
man He has fallen away so much that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you would not know him The doctors say saythat MYthat naythat
that he has a fairly good chance of pull pulling pullIng pulljag ¬
ing around but that It will take time and andhe Ilndhe andhe
he I must not go o in for any hard work workfor workfor workfor
for a couple of months Of course the theabsence tleabsence theabsence
absence of Kennedy at at this time Is 1 1serIous nserIous n nserious
serious blow to Yale particularly when whenthe whenthe Whenthe
the elementary work of assembling a and andteaching nndt8Rcblng andteaching
teaching possible varsity v ndty rowing material materialIs
Is at its height Kennedys Irenned illness should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be a great advantage adv ntaso to the chances of ofHarvard ofHrvard ofHarvard
Harvard in the June race at New Lon London London Lendon ¬
don donREILLY donREILLY donREILLY
REILLY WILL COACH AGAIN AGAINGraduated AGAINGraduatefto AGAINGraduateto
Graduated Have Charge of George Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown ¬
town Pootball Squad SquadHan SquadUnll SquadHa
Han Ha Instructed Blue and Gray Play Playcm Plnyerll Playera
cm on Gridiron for the Pant PantThree PUNtThree PastThree
Three Season SeasonManager SCRlfOnJtllUlapr SeasonsManager
Manager Ed PitxgenUd of the Georgcv Georgcvtown G GUJ Georn Georntnwn
town UJ JI football team announced hut night nightthat Jlilhtthat ltht lthtthat
that Dr J A A ReIlly would be the coach coachof coachof coachof
of the Blue and Gray eleven next year yearDr Y8rDr yearDr
Dr Reilly is a graduate of Georgetown GeorgetownWhile GeorxetownWhile GeorgetownWillie
While at the university he was consid considone considered consldereclone consideredone
one of the foremost athletes in the scl sclHe 8Choot 8ChootHe orhoo orhooHe
He ran on the relay team team four years y are cap captaming captalnl captabsing
taming talnl it the year the four made a aworlds aworkla aworMs
worlds record at St St Louis Lou He captained captainedand captaiaedand captainedand
and played four years on the football footballteam footbaJlteam fOOtballteam
team and was wa considered the fastest half halfback baitba halfback
back ba k in the South during < that time He Heatao Helito liealso
also rowed one year on the Georgetown Georgetowncrew Oeorlawwncrew Georgetowncrew
crew at Poughkeepsie PoughkeepsieJoe POU Poughkee PoughkeeJoe < le leJoe
Joe Reilly was still In the university universitywhen untvenltywhen universitywhen
when he was chosen coach three years yearsago
ago 50 of the largest football squad George Georgetown Oeorxetown Georgetown ¬
town ever had That senqpn sean ft the young youngcoach tOUDcoach youngcoach
coach turned out the championship chamtonahlp eleven elevenof elevenof elevenof
of the South He has coached two George Georgetown OeoqeI Georgetown ¬
town I wn elevens elevens1dnce xtnce that time timeThere timeI1Iere timeThere
There was a rumor current just after afterthe attttthe afterthe
the Thanksgiving TbankatPvt game to the effect e ect that thatDr dlatDr thatDr
Dr Reilly was going 01 to Boston next year yearManager 7 7MADa yearManager
Manager er Fitzgerald Flt erald and Capt Dutcher Dutcherof Duccberot Dutcherof
of the eleven have prevailed ed upon him to toremain torlllUlJn toremain
remain with the Georgetown team teamGUIer an another another ¬
other year yearMEET yearMEET
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MEET AT BALTIMORE BALTIMORELIllt I IIl
Il Lint t of Ifrventn vcntll Announced for Indoor IndoorGames IndoorGamcs IndoorCanie
Games on February 9 9Bntry DBDtr 9Icatry
Bntry blank were Issued yesterday yesterdaymorninr 7eeten1a7for yesterdaymorning
morning for the coming mIug games of tile tiwFifth tileFIfth theFifth
Fifth Regiment Re Athletic AMOdatlon tton to tbe tobe tobe
be held at the Aiinoi Armory IIDCH7 III a Baltimore on onSaturday onSaturday onSaturday
Saturday night February 2 2The 2 2The 1The
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The Carroll Institute baaketball baaketballteam Haketba1lteam basketbaliteam
team lat night smashed all record by bydefeating bycieteatln8 bydefeating
defeating the Canron Cadet In a aleague aeape aleague
league eape game e by IM to 1 1Three L LTlarH LThree
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Downey and G ColUflower also broke brokethe Droketbe brokethe
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the Opening Half IlnlfSaatem Jln1rEutem HalfeMern
Saatem High School defeated West Western Westera yet yetern ¬
ern yesterday in the Eastern gymnas gymnasium gymnulum gymnaslust ¬
lust by 17 to 14 The Georgetown Geor etown boys boyswere boyswere boyswere
were considerably handicapped by the thetow tile10w thelow
tow ceiling cel1l and in the first t half were wereunable We Wereunable > re reunable
unable to throw a basket while East Eastern Eatern Eastem ¬
ern em ran up eleven points In the second secondhalf HCOndhftl secondhalf
half Western braced up and came with within witkIn withIn ¬
in three points ol tying tytD the score scoreMartin coreXartin sooreMartin
Martin Martin Johnson Michael and < Morse lIorseplaYed Morseplayed Morseplayed
played best b t for their respective team teamLineup teamUneup teams teamsLineup
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Comnilssloiiers Tenni Is I Winner WinnerBefore WinnerBefore rlnncr rlnncrBefore
Before a large crowd last night at atWashington atWashington atWashington
Washington Light Infantry Armory rmory the theCommissioners th thCommlllllioners theCommIssioners
Commissioners basketball team defeated defeatedthe defeatedthe defeatedthe
the W V L L I 27 to 2S tOIj4 Only after good goodheadwork goodheadwork goodheadwork
headwork and fast team work did the theCommissioners theCommlll8lonerw theCommissioners
Commissioners capture the game The Thegoal Th Thgoal
goal throwing thron of Boyle Bo1 Je Hughes and andCramer andCramer andCramer
Cramer was one of the th features The Thoscore rhoIICOre Thescore
score at the end of the first half was 1S 1Sto 1SY 1SYtb 1Sto
to 17 11 in W V L L I favor This put the theCommissioners theCommllJllloners theCommissioners
Commissioners in the running for first flrstplace firstplace fIrstplace
place again Line up and summary summaryW summ ry ryW
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Sunday Sundn IHJIIUr nnno of TIle Washington Iler Ilernlil I1ernJll 11craid
aid nnd tomorrows issue will he liebrlfilitcr hehrl hebrighter
brighter hrl hter and better than ever No color colorno colorno colorno
no comic om Ie and only onl three ooiifw eellfHTh OcretsThe ooiifwThe
The Th Standard t d Liquor House HouseCRITERION HoweCRITERION bareCRITERION
CRITERION RYE RYEThe RYEThe RYEThe
The Standard St ndard Whiskey WhiskeySucceeds WhiskeySucceeds WhiskeySucceeds
Succeeds on Its Merits MeritsFull MerltsFull MeritsFull
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SHARKEY CALLS EM EMSailor EMSailor E ESailor
Sailor Claims He Can BeatAll BeatAll Beat BeatAll
All the Heavyweights HeavyweightsDOES
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DOES NOT INCLUDE JEFFRIES JEFFRIESCoitNlderx JEFFRIESCOIlNlderH IEPPRIESConsiders
Considers Boilermaker the Greatest GreatestFishtcr Greatc GreatestFighter t tFhbter
Fighter the World lln has Ever Seen SeenLaugliH ScenIanghH SeenLaughs
Laughs When lie TIiinljiH Thln Thins H of DuruM DuruMFncins DurnFacinl BurnsFacing
Facing the Clmmplon CJnanzpIono Xo o Regard Regardfor Rcgnrdfor Regardfor
for OBrien as a Fighter FighterN FighterNe ibtcr ibtcrN
N Ne = i York Jan JS 25Somebody Somebody asked askedThomas ukedlho askedTIwnsi
Thomas lho Sharkey at the McGovern benefit benefltthe benfttthe benefitthe
the other 0 other er night what he thought of Ute Utepresent Utepraet thepreset
present preset crop of haavywcisht pugilists pusMstsSharkey PUsllfataSharkey pugilistsSharkey
Sharkey who in in pretty fair physical physicalcondition ph7 physicalcondition lcal lcalcondtUon
condition at all times tJm smiled broadly broadlyhe as ashe ashe
he replied repliedThey repliedThey repliedThey
They are a poor lot If I couldnt beat beatany beatany beatany
any of them now with two months of oftraining oftraJnlnl oftraining
training I would be willing to take a ajump aJump aJump
jump off the end of a dock Mind you I Ido Ido Ido
do not mean by this that I will ever light lightagain AshtapJn lightagain
again for I believe that I have seen my mybest myIHJIJt myt
best t days NY But I have so little regard for forJack torJack forJack
Jack OBrien Tommy Burns Jak kk John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son Kaufman aad the other big fellows fellowswho Cello Cellowho fellowswho
who are called real heavy heavyweights weights that thatI
I know I could bettt any ny of them even evennow ev evno evennow
now no
nowWhen
When I read of Burns tackling tack Jeffrie Jeffrieit JeffriesIt
it makes mak me laugh I h Why if Jeffries ever everftghts everw everfight
fight w again piA you out bet that he win be befit beftt befit
fit ftt in which case a man of Burns Bur caliber caliberwould caJiberwould caliberwould
would not last half a dozen rounds rounds pro provtding provldl provdlng
vtding vldl of course the little fellow stood stoodup oo4up stoodup
up and took hill medicine For that mat matter matter statter ¬
ter do not be at all surprised if OBrien OBrienbeats O OBrienbeats Brien Brienta
beats ta Burns the next time they meet for forthe forthe forthe
the reason that that from what I have heard heardOBrien heardO heardOBrien
OBrien O BI14m did not try very hard when he hemixed bemised hemixed
mixed it up with Burns last Thanksgiving ThanksgivingDay TbaaluWIvtoKDay ThanksgivingDay
Day Jeffries today is the greatest greatestfighter greatestfighter eateat eateatftrh1er
fighter the world has ever seen seenHoney MenHoney seenHoney
Honey Meilody the tb new welterweight welterweightchampion welterweightchampIon elterwel bt btehamplon
champion reminds old oldtime tint boxing < en enthusiasts entJ enthuitast ¬
tJ thusiasts of Mysterious Billy Smith at atone atone atone
one period Joe Walcotts greatest rival rivalfor rtvaltor rivalfor
for the title Meilody looks like IikeSmlth Smith mith in inbuild iabaUd Inbuild
baUd build boxes box with the same style and andappears andappean andappears
appears to be an aggressive pugilist from fromthe tromlb fromthe
the lb ground 51 Iund up upPOULTRY upPOULTRY upPOULTRY
POULTRY SHOW SHOWENTS ENDS TODAY TODAYOlIlcinlK TODAYOJllelnlfl TODAYOjilcinla
OlIlcinlK Say Sn the Attendance Has HasBroken lInsErolten hasBroken
Broken All Records RecordsTwo Rccortll1lwo RecordsTwo
Two OOMII doe chickens el eu the firstborn of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the prize Incubator engrossed i the major majorpart majorput majorpart
part of attention tteatloa at the poultry show showyesterday skewyesterday W Wy
yesterday y The exhibition will dose to tonight to toJdPt tonight ¬
night nightAn JdPtJI nightAn
An excited woman directed the attention attentionof
of the spectaiors Lora to that portion of the thehail thtball theball
ball yesterday afternoon with the cry cryTheyre cryMfJbe cryTheyre
MfJbe Theyre re hatching < and a a general rush rushin ruahIn rushIn
in the direction dl of the Incubator followed followedSore followedStare followedSure
Sore enough one of the feathered tribe tribehad tribebad tribehad
had broke 411 its shell and was uttering utte Its Usfirst Itsant ItsNest
first peep pe Soon half a dosen of the thehelpless thehelpie8 thehelpless
helpless fluffy things tb were lying l at the thebottom tilebottotll thebottom
bottom of the motherly contrivance trlvaace Not Notwlthstsoiding NotwithaCaDdl Notwithstanding
withstanding C the fact that that the youngsters youngsterswere OUDPtenwere youngsterswere
were anything a but beautiful they sue succeeded 8110ceettIMd sueceadd ¬
ceeded in drawing WIftt many expressions ex expreson of ofdelight ofdellPt ofdelight
delight and approval from the feminine feminineonlookers femln1Ae0AJ00ken feminineThe
onlookers onlookersThe 0AJ00kenThe
The show continues contta to draw 4ra great greatcrowds Featcrowda greatcrowds
crowds and lid although Ou1 aU the awards awardshave awarahave awardshave
have been made the end of the competi competition eompetttlon coonpetitkmn ¬
tion causes no diminution of Interest The Thepremium TheMeIIIhlm Thepremhtm
premium winners come hi for the greatest greatelltoC greatestshare i ishare
share of attention but none of the spten sptendid JIIIeAdid splendid
did specimens goes unnoticed The edt officials teta edtdais ¬
dais eta of the show express ex surprise at the thenumber theJlUDIber thenumber
number of people who have entered tered the thehall thehall thehail
hall and the attendance has broken all allrecords allreeonk allrecords
records thus t ua far farToday farToc17 farToday
Today baa been set aside for the school schoolchildren booIcbSldrea mistedchildren
children for whom special arrangements arrangementshave arrAacemtllltahave arranigeinesitshave
have been made by the management and andwho aadwbo andwho
who are expected to attend in huge mum numbers namben mumbets ¬
ben After the dose of the show the thework thework thework
work of shipping the fowl to their owners ownerswill ODeniwin ownerswill
will b bIB in n and by Monday aT the hall will willbe willbe iU iUhe
be divested dlves of every evidence of its Itsent pres present preecut ¬
ent occupants occupantsFOOTBALL OCCUJaJl occupantsFOOTBALL ts tsFOOTBALL
FOOTBALL RULES CONSIDERED CONSIDEREDCommittee CONSIDEREDCommittee CONSIDEREDCommittees
Committee of Intercollegiate Ath Athletic Ailtictic tllctle ¬
letic Association o1I ocln Hon Meet MeetIsew JectNew MeetNew
New York Jan 35 50Tho Th football rule rulecommittees ruletl ruletleoaun1tteea ruleenmatittees
committees of the Intercollegiate Athletic AthleticAssociation AtbleUcA88Oelatlon AthleticAssociation
Association of the United States and andthe 0 0the o othe
the old oh University Athletic Club met to today today today ¬
day to consider the question que tJoa of amalga amalgamation amalpmatJon amalgaulatkIn ¬
mation and of changes cha hi the rules de derised deyilled dovised
rised hut year by a joint committee of ofthese oftheM ofthese
these two bodies Walter Camp of Yale Yalewas Yale Yalev Yalewas
was v absent owing owm to 4l slight attack of ofptomaine oCpto ofptomaine
ptomaine pto poisoning poisoningThe pohIontngThe poisoningThe
The committees voted to join forces forcesand foreMand forcesand
and Prof Dennis wa was 81 reelected chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man Edward K Halt Halt of Dartmouth Dartmouthwas Dartmouthwu Dartmouthwas
was chosen secretary to replace Mr Reid ReidbC Reidbc Reid6c
bC Harvard Walter alter Camp was chosen chosento n nto
to edit the football rules A committee committeeof
of three men consisting co U of Prof Den Dennis DennI8 ¬
nis nI8 51 Mr r Camp and Mr Hall was s named namedto namedto namedto
to codify and publish publ the rules for the theseason theaea theoman
season oman n of 1M7 1M7The 1MThe 3W7The
The committee plans a morning mornlD sea session IeS IeSson seasknn ¬
son in which all the doubts as to new newregulations newrerulatlona newregulations
regulations wilt be resolved At the close closeof eioHof closeof
of that session the new rules will 111 be an announced announced announced ¬
nounced nouncedAulttrnllnn
Australian n Counterfeit CounterfeitLo CounterfeitLocI CounterfeitLos
Lo LocI Angeles Jan SL LJacic Jack Cox of New NewZealand NewZu NeweaIand
Zealand who fought George Brown her herbefore le lebefore herdbefore
before the Pacific Athletic Club Club prior to tothe wthe tothe
the AttellBaker bout bout proved a false falsealarm fa faalarm falsesiariri
alarm and demonstrated that H hack hackwoods backwoods hackwoods
woods champion has h s no business 8 to mix mixwith mixith mixwith
with ith scientific boxers George Geor e Brown Brownknocked Br6wnknocked Brownknocked
knocked him out In the third round with witha
a right to the jaw after giving him a aIiard 8hardbeatJng ahard
hard hardbeatJng hardbeatJngnOh140n beating beatingllouson beatinghtohson
llouson to Meet Murphy MnrpliyPhiladelphia JInr11114PhUadellhla MurphyPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Jan 36 50Spike Spike Baboon the theIXpound the15pound the110pound
IXpound champion > n of England and andTommy andTommy andTommy
Tommy Murphy who recently defeated defeatedYoung defeatedYounr defeatedYoung
Young Corbett have signed articles to tobox tobox tobox
box six x rounds in this city on Wednesday Wednesdayevening Woone8dayevenln Wednesdayevening
evening evenln February FbruaryThese 30 30These 10These
These two met twice at the National Nationallast Nationallast Nationallast
last year with honors even and although althoughthe althoughthe althoughthe
the little Englishman is giving away Wa sev several several soyend ¬
eral pounds in weight he feels confident confidentthat conftdentthat confidentthat
that with 1tlt the cooler weather hi h can de decisively declsheiy tiecialvely ¬
cisively defeat Murphy MurphyEnrly MurphyEarly urphy urphyEnrly
Enrly Baseball Work ork at Yale YnlcNew YaleNew TalcNew
New Haven Conn Jan 25 5Co Coach CoachBilly CoachBilly ch chBllly
Billy Lush ulh ami Capt Gilmore Kinney Kinneyof
of the Yale ale nine have issued the call callfor calfor callfor
for the candidates to report for opening openingpractice openingpracttce openingpractice
practice next week They T e have never be before b bCore bfore ¬
fore reported till Washingtons Birthday BirthdayOnly Blrthda BlrthdaOnly BirthdayOnly
Only the leading candidates will begin begintraining btginttolining bcgnitrtinIng
training for the t e present Kinney IlnneythAt pays paysthat riy riythat
that he will play shortstop this season seasonwhere seasnwhere seasonwhere
where Frank OBrien played four years yearsHe yearsHe ear earHe >
He always has been third baseman basemanAlexandria haeemanAlcxandrla basemanAlexandria
Alexandria to Play Pln Shamrocks ShamrocksTh ShnmrockllThe
Th The < basketball team of the Alexan Alexandria Alexandria Alexandna ¬
dria Athletic Association will line I1n up upagainst upa upagainst
against a lnst the Shamrocks of Washington Washingtonthis Washingtonthis Washingtonthis
this evening enlng at 880 oclock In Schulers SchulersHall SchultrsHall SchulersHall
Hall At the conclusion of this contest contesta
a game pme will be played play d between the thosecond thesecond thesecond
second team of the local association associationand associationnd
and nd the Vespers of Washington WashingtonThe WashingtonThe WashingtonThe
The Washington Herald has but butone butono butone
one name It Is Tho Washington WashingtonHerald WUhlngtonHerald WashingtonHraId
Herald every morning In the week weekSunday weekSttndGY weekSunday
Sunday Included Telephone Main Main3oo Ialn
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POLICE CATCH PLEET ECKIE ECKIEWonderful ECKIEont1erful ECKIEWonderful
Wonderful ont1erful Football Player 3lnt 3lntAnKivcr 3fustAnswer UHt UHtAnHwer
Answer Charge of False Pretense PretenseChicago IretenseChicago > retense retenseChtcago
Chicago Jan 25 25Walter Walter Eckersall EckersallBckle EckersallReIde EckersallEakie
Bckle quarter back and captain of ofthe ofU ofthe
the U University of ChicagoCs Chlc gds gridiron gridironteam gridirontm gridironteam
team by far the best known football footballplayer football footballplayer I
player in the Wst and by Walter WalterCamp WalterCamp WalterCamp I
Camp called the greatest player the thegame thegame f fsame
game ha baa known surrendered to the thepollee thepolicetodtty
pollee polleetodt today when he learned le rncd that a awarrant awrant awarrant I
warrant was out for him charging him himwith himwith himwith
with obtaining clothes by false pre pretences preten68 pretenses ¬
tenses tencesHe ten68He tensesHe
He was allowed to sign his own bond bondfor bondfor bondfor
for 590 0O and will 111 appear tomorrow tomorrowto
to defend himself before Municipal MunicipalJiidsre MunicipalJ1Id MunicipalJudge
Judge J1Id e Jakewoll JakewollO
O C Gaylord of the tailoring firm of ofSheridan orSherIdan ofSheridan
Sheridan ft Co says Eckersall ker8 ll secured secureda
a 4t t overcoat and a 4 40 suit from him himDecember himDecoember himDecember
December 14 representing that his fa father father a ather ¬
ther would mail the firm a check Gay Guylord Gaylord Gaylord
lord says Y8 the money has never nev r arrived arrivedWhen arrivedWhn arrivedWhim
When I got ot the clothes f said I Iwould Iwo Iwould
wo would 1d pay at the end nd of this month monthsays monthy monthnays
says y Eckersall and I intended to do doit doIt doIt
it It Now the firm is I prosecuting me meto meto meto
to set et Its money moneyahead ahead of time timeCOLLEGE timeCOLLEGE timeCOLLEGE
COLLEGE RELAY RACES R CES RUN RUSColumbia RUNOolumbia RUNI RUNColumbia
I
Columbia Holds Open Meet at Mad Madison Madison Madison ¬
ison Square Garden GardenProgramme GardenProgrnmme GardenProgramni
Programme C of Twentythree Event EventBrings Bcnbnringt EventsBrings
Brings Brings Together Athletes of ofAll ofAn ofAll
All Classes ClasHCSMadison ClassesMadison
Madison 14 Square Garden New Ycrv YcrvJan Ycr1tJaIL YcrirJan
Jan 25Colurab4a Universitys annual annualopen amaualottea annualopen
open meet at Madison rad lOn Square Garden to tonight 10nlpt tonight ¬
night was v the greatest indoor fixture this thisseason lb lbsea thisseason
season sea on for the programme of twenty twentythree twentythree twentythree
three events brought together t ther all classes classesot
ot athletes Collegiate interscbolastic interscbolasticmilitary InteneboluUcmUltar fnterscholastlcmilitary
military mUltar Sunday school 11001 high schoolpublic school 8Cboopublic schoolspublic
public eboota schools as 8 well as interdormUory interdormUoryand
and class c relays for or Columbia Itself itaelfThe ItIIe1CTIM ItselfTb
The Tb main feature of the night was the therelays thereJall therelays
relays for colleges eolle Brown and Wesleyan WesleyantWQ We WesleyantWQ leyan leyantWQ
tWQ New England En land colleges met in the theonemile theoaelII theonemiLe
onemile e special while Columbia and andDartmouth andDartmouth andDartnstuth
Dartmouth tested each others mettle in inthe Inthe inthe
the twomile tWO1l 1e intercollegiate There was wasplenty w wpleaty wasplenty
plenty of exdtement during the special specialcollege speelaleoIleIfe speciall1ege
college l1ege relay between Brown and Wes Wesleyan Weeloyan Yea Yeaeyan ¬
leyan universities In the flrat nIt relay Ma Mahaw Mabaw Mahaw
haw the footballer ran well and gained gaineda
a lead of ten yards for Brown In the thenext theMIt thenext
next relay this was cut down to two twoyards twoyanJa twoyards
yards and at the start > of the last quar quarter quarter quartee ¬
ter the runners were even Then Mc McCormack McCormack c cI
Cormack for Wesleyan We lepa shot his bolt too toosoon tooand toosoon
I
soon and Brent for Brown running close closeto elMeto closeto
to the pole won by fully ruu thirty yards yardsThe yard6The yardsThe
The sixtyyard handicap was another anotherfeature anotherft anotherfeature
feature ft It was won by Lsagan Laa of the theIrish theIIriah theIrish
IIriah Irish A A A A C with 13 feet Johnson of ofthe oCI ofthis
I the New York A A C with 14 feet being beinga
a a close second secondIn 1IeCOIIdi secondIn
i In the onemile intercollegiate lntercol t8 relay relayPennsylvania rela relaI relayPennsylvania
I Pennsylvania had an easy hing of It Itagainst ItI itagainst
I against Ferdham Jlenl winning by about fifty fiftyyards tiftyl7JirdL fIftyyards
yards l7JirdLEllery yardsKllery yardsElleni
Kllery N Clark of the Boston Bo ton A A A Awon AIWOD Awon
IWOD won the hie high jump with 1tb the fine leap ac actually acI actually ¬
I tually of S feet 10 inches He secured securedthird securdI securedthird
I third place in the shot puting handicap handicapwith handicapwith handicapWIth
with an actual actual a1 put of X7 fiThe flat flatscratch fhtThe
The one oneirjibe e inVitatlolJ brought to the theIICTatch thescratch
scratch onl onlpard on three men They were Shop ShepI Shopjiard
I pard Nebrtch and Billy Frank Nebrich Nebrichwon Nebrtcbwon Nebnichwon
won by 39 yards from Sheppard in 4 min minutes mlnut mm mmutea ¬
utes ut 2425 oI 4 2i seconds the fastest mile ever everrun everrun everrun
run in the Garden GardenThe GardenThe GardenThe
The spectators ta1olS woke up > to some real realcheering realclMertD realcbocrtng
cheering clMertD when Dartmouth and Columbia Columbiacame ColumbiacaJne Columbiacanie
came out for the twomil relay Colum Columbia Columlala j jbut
but gained ed in the early part of the con contest contt contest ¬
test but Jennings for Dartmouth in the thebut the18IIt thelast
but relay opened up a big gap at once onceaad oncegoing onceand
and going at a a nice even stride won by byforty byforty byforty
forty yards yardsBARTL yardsBARTL yardsBAItTL
BARTL IN FIXED MATCH MATCII1strong 1IATCKStrong I IStrong
Strong Evidence That His Bout With WithAckermnn withAckerman wltuAckerxnnn
Ackerxnnn Was Vn Vas a Fake FnkeMrlon Fakeuloa FakeM3rIou
Mrlon uloa Ohio Jan 31 SOn Oa the eve of his hisdeparture blsdeparture hisdeparture
departure for the Panama Canal Zone Al AlAckerman 4UA AlA
A Ackerman kerman was defeated here in a wrest wrestling wreetIIIa wrestItng ¬
ling match with Fred Bartl After > r the thefirst thetint thefirst
first fall fall which lasted 5 minutes Acker Ackerman Ackerman Ackerman
man refused to go on until he received receivedhis relfhehis receivedhis
his share bare of the receipts The second fall fallwas fallwas fallwas
was secured by Bartl in 22 minutes minutesPrevious minutesPrevloua minutesPrevious
Previous to the match Ackerman stated statedit
it was an exhibition and gave out the thetime theti thetime
time ti of the falls ails barring accidents acclden This Thisstatement Thillment Thisstatement
statement ment was accepted as proof that the thematch themateh thematch
match was fixed Attendance 1600 1600INVESTIGATE 100INVESTIGATE 1500INVESTIGATEAIL
INVESTIGATE INVESTIGATEAIL AH ARRESTS ARRESTSAttempt ARRESTSAttempt ARRESTSAttempt
Attempt to Reform Accused ccuset Persons PersonsWithout Pcrlonl1VIthout PersonsSltinout
Without Punishment PunishmentThe Punl PunislinlentThe Innent InnentTbe
The Commissioners yesterday esterda referred referredto
to Corporation Counsel E H Thomas the thebill thebill thebill
bill recently introduced by Senator Gal Gallinger GalUOler Gallinger
linger which proposes to apply the proba probation probaUOft probetion ¬
tion system y tem now generally applied in the thecase tbecase thecase
case of juvenile offenders to adults adultsThe adultsThe
The bill provides for the appointment appointmentof
of a probation officer and flve male and andi andtwo andtwo
i two female assistants as tants whose duty It shall shalli shaUbe shallbe
i be to Inquire into the offense < the anteced antecedents antecedents antecedants ¬
ents and character of every person over overseventeen overeenteen overseventeen
seventeen years ears of age arrested for crime crimenot crimenot crimenot
not capital or infamous in the District Districtof
of Columbia for the purpose of ascertain ascertaining AscertainIng ascertainlag ¬
ing whether the accused may reasonably reasonablybe
be expected to reform without punish punishment punishment punishmeat ¬
ment menti
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Lawyer Seelis Mandamus 3fnndanusFrank JInndnmusFnmk MandamusFrank
Frank D Blackiatone yesterday flied a apetition apetition apetition
petition in the District Supreme Court Courtasking Courta Courtasking
asking a it to issue Js a a mandamus against againstEthan againstEthan t tEthan
Ethan A Hitchcock Secretary ecretary of the In Interior Intenor Intenor ¬
tenor to compel him to admit Mr Ir Biacki Biackistone BIACkistone Blackistone
stone stone the petitioner who te a a local at attorney attOrDe1 attorney ¬
torney to practice prac e as s attorney before the theDepartment theDeltArtment theDepartment
Department of the Interior Mr Biacki Biackistone Blacklstone Biackistone
stone alleges that on September S last tacthis lasthis lasthis
his application > n to be permitted to t practice practicebefore practicebetore practicebefore
before the department was rejected by byI byAs byAssistant
I As Assistant i tant Secretary Soereta Ryan on the ground groundthat groundtbat groundthat
that he was disqualified because of being beingan beingan beingan
an examiner in chancery appointed to tothat tothat tothat
that position by the District Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court C A A Keigwin Kelf > ln appears for Mr MrBlackistone MrBlackistone Ir IrBlackistonc
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Cornelia L Corbett Claims 434075 434O77iDue 434075Due RtG RtGDue
Due from F A Penning PenningCornelia FennlngCorneUa FcnningCornella
Cornelia L 1 Corbett who a a short time timeago ttat ttatago timeago
ago was released from the Government GovernmentHospital GovernllleDtHospttal GovernmentHospital
Hospital for the Insane a a Jury baring baringpronounced avtagpronounced hayingpronounced
pronounced her and her mother Mrs MrsCarolina MrsCarolina III IIICaroUna
Carolina F Corbett to be of sound mind mindyesterday m raliadyesterday ld ldyesterdaY
yesterday entered suit against Attorney AttorneyFrederick AttonteTFrederick AttorneyFrederick
Frederick A A Penning < to recover 54Wt75 54Wt75which tttLliwhich l4Tswhich
which Miss Corbett alleges Is due her for forpersonal COpenonal forpersonal
personal property belong belonging MB 1II to hiV and andtaken ataken andtaken
taken away from her and sold by Mr MrPenning MrFennl MrFenning
Penning PenningMiss Fennl FennlU FenningMiss
Miss U Corbett through tb h her attorneys aitoraoysMcNeill attornoJacXeili attorneysMcNeiU
McNeill cXeili k McNeill alleges that on a at June June2i JIIIMI
2i t ISM 1 Penning Feonin forcibly entered ed her real residence realdence restdence ¬
dence at IlK Seaton street northwest and andunjustly aadunjustly andunjustly
unjustly removed her personal effects e ects aDd aadproperty aDdpropertY andproperty
property Miss Corbett further alleges allegesthat allegesthat allegesthat
that Penning refuses ea to return the same sameand anie anieand J
and disposed of it to his own profit proatCorbett Miss MtoeCorbett MissCorhett >
Corbett itemises the articles alleged to tohave tohave tohave
have been disposed of among < which are areThree aleThree areThree
Three paintings paintJ 88 by R R Turner one on a aVenetian aYenetJ aVenetian
Venetian n marine seen valued at 51S09 51S09another 1500another 1400 1400another
another Four Mile lt1e Run valued hted at atand Mv Mvand 150and
and Cloisters Court flS 75 ateo aWoOteei steel en engravings aagraylnS1S engravings ¬
gravings valued at 290 and books valuedat valued valuedat ltIed ltIedat
at 500 500Ir 500Mr 500 500Mr
Mr Ir Penning last night nl t said that as com committee QOIDmittee cornmittee ¬
mittee of Mrs Corbett under an order of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the court he made q sale of all 11 the prop property prQJfrty property ¬
erty and that an itemised Iteml stat statmade atatp8llt atatp8lltmade atatnent atatnentmade
made by 1 the auctioneers was Wed in inat 1 urt urtat ourt ourtat
at least two years ago agoThis a aThis agoThis
This statement he said shows that thatall thatall thatall
all the goods mentioned in the bill of par particulars particulars particulars ¬
ticulars filed by b Miss IIss Corbett were I6f I6fand sokf sokfand suM suMand
and the proceeds credited to Mrs Corbett Corbettso oebett oebettso t tso
so that really Miss Corbetts only conten contention contention containtion ¬
tion is that her mother Mrs Corbett Corbett got gotthe gOtthe gotthe
the proceeds instead of having hav1n them di divided dlyidffi divided ¬
vided between the two My account cov covering covlring coyering ¬
ering this sale was passed on 1 17 y the thetor auditor audi auditor ¬
tor of the court and was approved by the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court courtThe courtt9fhe courtThe
The step taken by Miss MCorbett Corbett was was in instigated mstlgated histigated ¬
stigated by other parties and is merely merelyintended Jllet1IYinttnded zne ly lyIntended
intended to descredit de the Government GovernmentHospital GovernmentHospital Mllt MlltHospital
Hospital for the Insane and others who whowere whowere whowere
were appointed by the court to leek alter alterthe feetthe afterthe
the interests ta of Mrs Corbett and per performed per perlormed performed ¬
formed their th ir duties dutiesE dutiesE dutiesH
E D Morrill Leave All to Son SonThe SonThe SonThe
The will of Edward D MOnTh dated datedDecember elatedDecember datedDecember
December 21 1 last was filed for probate probateyesterday pr probateyesterdsy MLte MLteesterday
yesterday esterday The testator who died on De December Decembf Dceember ¬
cember > r 25 devises de 10W 1 snares shares of the King KingSolomon KIngSolomon KingSolomon
Solomon Mining Company and and4Ii 246 shares sharesof sharesot sImmusof
of tIre Bramer Mining Company to o hi hison hJ hJson IsIsson
son Samuel D MerrIll orrUi The Tb rest of the theestate tINestate theestate
estate is also o devised to his son under the thecondition thecondition thecondition
condition however that Mrs BeUphtae P PMorrill PMorrill PMorrill
Morrill the testators widow shall have havethe Mvathe havetho
the use and enjoyment thereof during life lifeCbarlea UteChllrles lifeCharles
Charles M M Catlin Is named as executor

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