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THE WASHINGTON HERALD FRIDAY MAY 31 1907 190 7 9
I HOOD MAKES RECORD REOORDDlircs RECORDDrives
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Drives Big Auto 100 Miles in inJ inHours
J Hours and 13 Minutes MinutesSPEED Millute3PBED i1iniit i1iniitSPEED
SPEED ON ONBENNmG BENNING TEAC TEACImmense TRACK TRACKImmenlle TRACKImmense
Immense Crowd Sees Baltimore Man 3InnSteer ManSteer Inn Innsteer
Steer Cnr About Circular Coumc Coumc3Ir CourlleJrll CoureMrs
3Ir Mrs Jrll Ctinco Daring Woman omnn Enthn EnthnMaat EnthuIItl1l1t Entituidnt
Maat FlninhcM Lnst on Three Cyl Cylinders CIInlersGIII 01inderGI1I ¬
inders InlersGIII GUI Drops Oat OatIn OotIn OutIn
In winning Innln the hundred mile national nationalchampionship nAtionalchampionship natIonalchampionship
championship for racing automobiles on ona ona ona
a circular track at the Banning race racecourse racecourse raceCourze
course yesterday resterda Wallace C C Hood the thedaring thedaring thedaring
daring Baltimore driver lowered the pro previous pro10u5 proTIu6 ¬
vious 10u5 record of 2 hours and 15 minutes by bynearly bymar hinar1y
nearly mar six minutes Hood sent his mbn mbnster robnst mn mnster
ster st > r 60 horsepower ho power Thomas over the thecourse tbelourSJ theenurs
course In 2 hours 12 minutes 43 4 24 seconds secondsThe secondsThf secondsTIw
The race wag hotly contested from start startto st8rtto startto
to finish seven of the most formidable formidableopponents formidableopponents formklab4eOpponents
opponents in the racing game lining up upfor upfor upfor
for the start startMore stArtMore startMore
More than four thousand people wit witnessed witnessed 1t ¬
of
nessed the race and as one car pulled pulledup pulledup pulledtip
up on and passed another or a driver driverpulled driverullfd driverpulled
pulled ullfd out of o a precarious Mtuatlon the thecrowd thelrowd therowd
crowd would rise cheering to Its It feet feetThe f feetThe et etThe
The atmosphere suggested sqge ted a chariot race racein raceIn raceIn
in the th days of ancient Rome great clouds cloudsrf cloudsrr cloudsrf
rf dust rising from the thundering wheels wheelsof wheelsof heeIs heeIsof
of the th modern Juggernaut as they tore toreuround toretround
round 1 the oval seemingly oblivious to topossible topm8lble topossible
possible danger dangerFinishing dangerFlnlBhlng dangerFinishing
Finishing second to Hood wa was a local localdriver IoNlIdrhlr localdrIver
driver A L McCormick in a a 4Ahorae 4AhoraepOwer horse horsepowcr horsepowlr
pOwer Oldsmobile 2icCormlcks icCorm ks time timewas timewag timewa
was wa 2 hours and H 2 minutes Jack Con Conway Conay Conway
way ay in a 31horsepower 5Ohor epower Thomas was wasthe wasHI wasthe
the HI man who gave Hood the most trouble troubleFor troubleFor trocihieFor
For the first fifty fltt miles it wa wu a neckand neckandnpck neckIlndnfk neckandnk
npck affair but the smaller car ran short shortof shortof shortof
of gasoline and in about the eightieth eightiethlap elghUethlap eightiethlap
lap wag forced to retire r Ure with Ith a broken brokenradiator brokenradIator brokenradiator
radiator support supportGill 8upporLGill supportGill
Gill Drops Out Bnrly BnrlyHoward HnrlTHoward EnrITHoward
Howard Gill ra In a Thomas 4 4hrMpowermachIne hrsepower hrsepowermachine horaepowrmachine
machine also dropped out early in the therace therae therace
race This Th left A 1 Monginl oqiRl On the Terrible TerribleItalian TerribleItalian TerribleItalian
Italian with a SBhorsepower Columbia ColumbiaJohn ColuntblaJohn ColumbiaJohn
John Flster in a 49horsepower h er Oktame Oktamehlle OldtlmohllE OkMmoh1t
hlle h1t > and Mrs 11I J J N CUM of Long LongIsland Longhland Long1lani1
Island who demonstrated demon trated that a woman womanIs womanthl womaniS
Is the th equal of man in nerve and en endurance ent1lrance enlirance ¬
durance when at the steering teer1 wheel wheelMr wheelMrs hM hMIr
Mr Mrs Ir Cuneo wan Wa unfortunate enough to to1Vv to1eiv
1 1Vv rtit it a spark s plus early In the race raceshe race1If racele
she 1If pluckily drove her car carat5horM carat5horMT cara a 45bor IShoree IShoreep e eP
T P Wr Rainier Rnlnlerthe the remaining miles on onrr onr Ontrt
trt rr r cylinder cylinderThird ryHndenThlrll cylindersi
Third i hIr4l place was wa captured by Fteter Fl ter In Ins Ini In1Z
> s i lr 1 > fourth and a fifth places going go1n to toMnngini totngini toMngini
Mnngini and Mrs Cuneo respectively respectivelyTho pCtlyely pCtlyelyThl
Thc fistpst time for a mile was 1 minute minuteMid mlnuttI >
Mid TI I d S seconds tond made by Hoed on th thtiffy u ufiftyfourt thetiftytwrth
tiffy fiftyfourt fourth lap Hood also established e tabU hecl heclW a auw aw
uw W r rlord r cord for distance covered on a clr clrtruck clrir clrr
ir r truck In one on hour by makln making 41 11 UM UMr K Kt
r t < < the previous record being 44 miles milesManjsol mUesrt mIlesIlangol
rt t
Manjsol Ito ol Get Jcts Motor Cycle Kvcnt Ihcntent Jisentr
7 r lrt ovent vent ent on the programme > was wa watpmlp a atiTTinilf aF
tiTTinilf F c jniI race for motor cycles MangoL MangoLan aJl Ol
an a 1 Indian 1 nltlanwaa was first in 4 minutes and andJ
1 nds ds d W F Troupe was second on onx unJ onI
x 1 iilson and the other < two entries entriesL entrtHL
L iY 1 ivtir > inn and Mertes on Curtis eydes eydesdown erclNdown eycksy
> y down Uanavls ilan or best mile was J Jrid 1I II
I t rid S 3J 3Jtl1mn second secogdSr secondt
r t tl1mn tumllcbafApenshIp n mile ° championship cb for the IHs IHstiV Di Dit Diet
tiV t ti t 1 > nest event open to cars uf ufrsrvwer ofrswer r rTwer
< rsrvwer or under and carrying all allt 11 11r1pnt
t i r1pnt r1nt virnt except cx ept pt lamps and mudguards mudguardsV
w Iaptured < ptured ala > by Wallace Hood In Iniiiiorrepower Iny
y < iiiiorrepower 1 Thomas ThomasTh ThomasTho ThomasTh
Th Dupont Garage Gara e entered Its 24horse 24horseT
T > w Wi 11 r Columbia car against 40 and andy H Hi liftnIY11Hr
i y rscpower machines and IUId although h the thelitht thehhtpt theUgitt
hhtpt litht < > t car ar in the race made a most mostrr moetfflitahlf mostrrIitahlp
rr fflitahlf ilitaMf showing showinicA lhowlngITit showingprize
A prize of o a silver loving Io cup was of offifi oCfpd ofrF
fifi rF ° l The time for this th race wa was 1tS I Iiriisitfs 1rhutrs
iriisitfs 1 1Jtu snd 55 seconds Jack Con Conway ConWIIYWlS ConwayWa way waywas
was Wa S Fetond In his SOhorsepower 5 hOllMpo r Thomas Thomasvhlo Tbomuwhil ThomaswhI
whil vhlo Howard GUI the other entry entryilrpid eatrythnPlffl entryt1rPl
ilrpid t1rPl out in the fifth lap lapTi laph IspIi
Ti this race Hood Jumped to the lead leadMi leadIl
Mi 11 1 sustained u taloed it throughout finishing a aovl aru1
ovl 111 < 1 W yards ards ahead of the Washington Washingtondiiver WaahIntonm
diiver diiverMrs 11 m i ivr ivrMrs 11 11Ir
Mrs Ir Cunoo 11 O received cehed an ovation for her herlaring herjfl heririrlig
laring jfl hg ability as a driver and the crowd erowdmfd crowd1iOI
5 rued thoroughly satisfied with lth the ex exLOCAL exlhjIr1 cxLOCAL
lhjIr1 lhjIr1LOCAL
LOCAL AUTOISTS HAVE RUN EUNMne RUNIne RUNtlne
Mne Ine lleiiilicr of Wnililnef uJlllnJilll1 cm Club Clubllnke ClubMake
Make Trip to Hnrprr Kerry KerryA Ferr FerrG
A G Mulheisen finished first ftr t in the ther thern
r rn ri If f th thl Automobile Club of Washlng Washlngf Wll hl hlt
t n i from Harpers Ferry Ferr 7e yesterdayNn yesterday yesterdayNinr tenJay tenJayXinl
Ninr Nn members I1lmbers left the clubhouse elubbo on onEriglitwood onrrightwnod onIr
Eriglitwood Ir ghtwood avenue Wednesday 1dne dtly afternoon afternoonK
K InS ng to Frederick ericlr over the t National NationalPik Xa NationalIk Uona I Iik
Pik ik thence to Harpers Ferry and andhrning re retiming retrning ¬
timing lit late te yesterday ye to the clubhouse clubhousevhere clubhousevhere e evhE
vhere vhE > re a supper was as served servedThis 1IIeIeelThis servedThis
This is the t clubs first run this reason reasonand JHtl1lOL eneon eneonrind
and L nd considering conmdtrtn the fact that there were wereno we weno wereno
no accidents and that the time was good goodthe goodthf goodthe
the event Cflt was wa most mo t sucessful sucessfulThe IU suesesfulThe 8fu1 8fu1The >
The following nine > men participated In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the run Robert Ro rt Caverly anorl Leroy Mark MarkA lArkA MarkA
A G Mulheisen Mulbe n Robert Heater George GeorgeChandlee GeorgeChandlee GeorgeChandlee
Chandlee William West Harrington HarringtonMill llarrlngtotmMIlls
Mill MIlls 1111 Mr White and W 1 A Copenhaver CopenhaverMcGRAW Copenhaver1YIcGRA openhaverMcGRAW
McGRAW 1YIcGRA W TO RETIRE KETIKEReport 1 1Ueport TIteport
Report That lie Will VIII Quit Onnie nt ntKnrt ntRncl atlnl
Knrt nf If This Scnson SruJllllnXw SensonNow ScnsonNew
New York May 30 38John John J McGraw McGrawmanager McGrawmlUlAger McGrawmanager
manager of the New York National NationalLeague NationalLeague aUonal aUonalague
League ague Baseball B II Club will 11I give up base baseball 1M iisseball e ebatt ¬
ball at the end of this th season 3ea This means meansthat meansthat meansthat
that he will neither neltb r play ball nor manage managea
a ball club after the last game of 1MT I is iscndfHl Isendl Iscfldi
cndfHl cndfHlT cfldiTI
T TI manager of the Giants one of the thesrritFt thetrftt therrtt
srritFt trftt rrtt t generate nerals that the national game gameh
h 1 n i 1 vfT fr seen 11MIll is not string c1v1 out this news newshfrtiulfast MWShrIkast newshrni1east
hfrtiulfast yet he makes no denial of its itstruth Itstruth Itstruth
truth and he admits that there are some someft IIOmefatlrp somefature
ft fatlrp at are of professional baseball ben Hfe I that thathf thath thathm
hf h does not like likeStttesmentg liketiltfsmpntr liketmtesmente
Stttesmentg similar lIar to this are made madePri m4thtrrilldkally mudderjudkally
Pri rrilldkally rjudkally < Klifally by many hall players and andmanagers andmanagpTI andrnn8grs
managers of note at times when hen they theyirr the thearl theyre
irr re dVkoring dllkrln for big bt salaries Some Somemak Somemak Somernak
mak It a point to hold out for a short shorttime shorttimE shorttn1e
time each spring < with more or less sue sucrfia sueI suets
rfia ts I as to tl t the salary proposition Mr Mc McGraw McGraw Ie IeGraW
Graw however ha halll no ax of this kind to togrind toKrind togrind
grind since his salary lal I ig mutually agree agreeable agreeahie ree reea ¬
able a hIp to him and President Pre John T Brush Brushf
I f the New York club and Manager Mc McJraw Medraw Ic IcIJraw
draw has come to his determination with withthe withthe ilk ilkthp
the season of 1907 well ell under way The Thafact Thefad Thefact
fact is McGraw and an BtU have a high highadmiration highadmIration highadmiration
admiration for men Ch other and a money moneyaffair mone moneaffair moneyaffair
affair is i not likely to separate them themJohn themJohn themJohn
John J McGraw lcGra does not have to play playbaseball playbaseball playbaseball
baseball any longer 1on He has been in the thegame thegtlm thegame
game gtlm fourteen years ears has made good goodmoney goodmone goodmoney
money mone during dUrl most mo t of this time and now nowh nowh nowhe
h he has commercial and property Interests Interestswhich Interestswhkh Interestswhich
which make him independent of salary salaryHe asian asianlIe lary laryU
He U asserts a rls that what hat he moot hate hat in inbaseball InbaHbeJi Inbaseball
baseball life is i traveling travelingUmpires travell travellrlltlJlre8 trayeilngtmullres
Umpires A Ask k Ralic RalicThe nallCThe flabucThe
The Connecticut League lUe umpires have haveasked havfaskfld haveasked
asked for a raise They want t 1 for forsingle forsingle
1 single games and 11 for doubleheaders doubleheadersIt
n It j looks as a It a compromise would be bereached bereached bereached
reached and that the th arbiters will receive receiveJ
J 8 for single games and 11 for double doubleheaders doubleheaders
headers A mall vote Is I to be taken lollble1 on onthe onthe onthe
the matter
b
YACHTING RACES OFF OFFCalmness OFFCnlmnclIlI OFFCalmness
Calmness Canned Postponement of utIlepnttn ofItegnttn ofRegatta
Regatta on oii Potomnc lliver lliverThe ItherThe itlyorThe
The races of the Corinthian and Capital CapitalYacht CapitalYacht CapitalYacht
Yacht Clubs at Marshall Hall yesterday yesterdayhad yesterdayhad tsterda tsterdahad
had to be called off owing to calmness calmnessMembers calmnesslembErs calmnessMembers
Members of both clubs started for the theriver therher theriver
river resort In their craft dirty e lrly In the themorning themorning themorning
morning and spent the day da plckhlcklng plckhlcklngand plcknlcklngand picknickingand
and dancing daneln leaving there for the trip triphomo trIphomo triphome
homo about 439 In the afternoon afternoonThere afternoonThere afternoonThere
There were some six or eight power powerboats powerboats powerboats
boats on the water the members of the theclubs theclubs theclubs
clubs having several lively tilts in the theCourse thetourse theCourse
Course of the afternoon Several owners ownersof OWJ1ersof ownersof
of sailing craft found It necessary nocesenr be because because because ¬
cause of the light breeze to leave their theirboats theirbOfits theirboats
boats at Marshall Hull and take the thesteamer thestetlmer thesteamer
steamer back to town townTho townTho townThe
Tho Capital Yacht Club will run off Its Usraces Itsraces itsraces
races this Sunday at Marshall Hall Hallweather Hallweather 1muweather
weather permitting p rmltUng The races will start startat startat startat
at 130 or 2 oclock In the afternoon afternoonFINAL afternonFINAL afternoonFINAL
FINAL CUTTER RACE ROWED EOWEDFirst ROWED1lrAt ROWEDFirst
First Company Tnkcw rnke Event and We Weelnlon neellllon 1ecielon
elnlon Will III Soon He Known KnoirnSpecial lnoI1sptclal KnownSieclal
Special to The Tb Washington HmM HmMAnnapolis IImldAnnapolis lleraklAnnapolis
Annapolis Md 111 May tll 38 38Thc The final race raceIn raceIn raceIn
In the company competition of the theBrigade theBrig tImeBrigade
Brigade Brig de of Midshipmen in cutters under underoars underrs underoems
and the thecrew thecrew thecrow
oars rs was rowed this morning
crew picked from the First Company Companywon Compilnywon Companywon
won with th the Seventh Company second secondand secondaad secondand
and the Twelfth Company third The Thecaptains Thecaptains Thecaptains
captains of these three companies arc arcGeorgo Ar ArGeor armGeorge
George Geor o W V Simpson Brooklyn Is Y YAlfred YUrecl Ylfred
Alfred Urecl H Miles 1IIe5 at large and Schuyler SchuylerP
P Helm Plymouth Ind respectively respectivelyIn
In In this thl rac race race as well a at other sailing sailingcontests salih1KcontefI sslllntcontests
contests I and other branch branches of sports sportspoints sportspoints porto portopoints
points are won which help In deciding th thwinner the thtwlnRer thewinner
winner of the right to carry the brigade brigadecolors brlgadocolors brigadecolors
colors for the succeeding Ing year The d dclsfem de decision dicislon
clsfem will l be e announced shortly shortlyCORNELL shortl shortlCORNELL shortlyCORNELL
CORNELL CREW VICTORIOUS VICTORIOUSHarvard VICTORIOUSHarvard VICTORIOUSHarvard
Harvard Eight Meets Defeat by byOnly byOnly byOnly
Only Bare Boat length lengthCrlmnon LengthCrll11Aon LengthCrimson
Crimson Lends ut the Stnrt StnrtItnce Itncc on onLnkc onInkc onInkc
Inkc Cnyn Cnon n Not ot Started l Until UntilNearly Untiletrl UntilNearly
Nearly etrl 8 oclock oclockIthaca oClockItMca oClock1thoc
Ithaca X Y May la1 JIIITbe The Cornell CornellVarsity CornellVAnH CornellVsed
Varsity VAnH crew ere defeated Harvard on Lake LakeCayisga lAkeCayuga LakeCaynga
Cayuga today t da day by It a bare bItT boat length in inone Inone Inone
one of the prettiest contests tS that has over overbeen overDeM overbeen
been held on Lake Caywga For about abouthalf abouthalC abouthalf
half a mile the Harvard crew was in the thelead t tlead thelead
lead but the Ions powerful Courtney Courtneystroke Courtn Courtneystroke y ystroke
stroke finally told and In the last half halfmile halfmile halfmile
mile the Ithacans Ithaca passed paN 1 the men from fromCambridge CrcmCambridge frontCambridge
Cambridge and won out in handy fashion fashionlUte fashionlUte fashionlUte
lUte race did not begin h n until about S Soclock Ii8cloek Soclock
oclock because aUH of the rough h water but butthe butttMt butthe
the long wait was 8 well worth while whileFor whileFor hUe hUeFor
For nearly half of a mile the crews crewsrowed crewsrowld crewsrowed
rowed exactly opposite each eII h other both bothstriving bothtrll bothstriving
striving trll with all of their power to g get getan et etan t tan
an advantage and neither succeeding succeedingNeck succeedingNeck In InNeck
Neck and neck they rowed with Ith the bow bowof bowof bowof
of each shell bell on a straight strAl ht line with the theother theother theother
other and the crews c s so close together that thatthe thattlM thatthe
the oars nearly touched touchedWith to touched1Ith hf41 hf41With
With tense and bated breath the thous thousands tbOO5and8 thousaDds ¬
ands of people in the t observation oi > train traintvaited tramwaited trainwaited
waited for one crew cre to take the lead but butIt butIt butIt
It It was after the mile and a half mark markthat markthat markthat
that It naally clinched the race 18 Then Thenthe TMnthe Thenthe
the Cornell crew cr proved that after all It Ituld Itcould Itcould
could uld fit t itself ip an emergency and row rowIng 10 10In rowlag
lag In th the long Courtney lourtn4 stroke and with withWMitlful withbMuUful withbeautiful
beautiful form the Ithacans gradually graduallyiuahed graduallypuahed graduallypushed
pushed their shell ahead by inches until untilhey untilt untilthey
t they hey y approached UK finish line when they theypelted tbeopened theyopened
opened pelted with an additional burst of speed speedhat speedthat apeedthat
that swept sw pt them across acr the line a winner winnery winnerby innerb
b by > y a length in eleven minutes and one onesecond OMHarvard onesecond
second secondHarvard secondharvard
Harvard caught c3 < ht the water first and hit hitjp bitup hitup
up a terrific pace with a stroke of It to tohe tothe tothe
the he minute Cornell began with Ith M The TheHarvard TlHHarvard TheHarvard
Harvard crew Immediately jumped in infront Intront infront
front and by the th time the crews had hadrowed hAdrowed hadroweil
rowed a quarter of a mile the Cambridge Cambridgeboys Cambridgeboys Cambridgebogs
boys were a half boat length in the lead leadFrom leadFrom leadFrom
From that time Cornell began to slowly slowlywear slowlytoAr slowlywear
wear toAr down their opponents oppo ents and by h the thetime thetime thetints
time the halfmile mark was wa reached reachedHarvard rMcheiJHarvard reached1larard
Harvard was but twenty feet ahead The TheCrimson TheCrlm TheCrImson
Crimson on oarsmen still tlll rowing JCwln at very veryhigh veryhigh el1 el1hl
high hl h stroke although Rlth01l h it had dropped to toslightly toslightly toslightly
slightly under forty At the threequar threequarter ¬
ter mark both crews were on equal terms termsami ter termsand 18 18and
and the struggle here ht > re was memorable memorableFor memorableFor memorableFor
For nearly nearl half a mile it seemed med as if ifthey Iet Ifthey
they t would never separate but Cornell Cornellgradually CorlHlIduany Cornellgradually
gradually duany crept In front At the mile the theIthacans theItnacans theIthacans
Ithacans were leading rowing a stroke of ofthirtyfour ofthirtyfour ofthirtyfour
thirtyfour to the t minute with Harvard Harvardgoing HarVArdgoing Harvardgoing
going at thirtysix At t the mile and a ahalf Ithalf ahalf
half Harvard began to spurt but could couWnot couldROt coukiitot
not make any Itn headway Instead I 8te c1 Cornell Cornellwent Cornellwent Cornellwent
went further front at every stroke and andby tndby andby
by the time the last quarter was reached reachedthe reachedthe reachedthe
the Ithacans were threequarters of a alength alen alength
length len th in the lead leadAs lef1dAs leadAs
As they came down the stretch they hit hitup hitup hitup
up their stroke and spurted crossing cros tng the theline theline theline
line a length ahead aheadThe aheadThe aheadThe
The Cascldllla Ca clelllla School crew defeated the theStone theSOOne theStone
Stone School of Boston by b about a length lengthIn
In a race of a mile and oneeighth oneeighthMAY oneeighthI oneelgimtliNAY
MAY I AY TAKE UP AQUATICS AQUATICSDistrict AQUATICSDIlltrlct AQUATICS1iatrict
District HlKli 1I1 h School to Organize OrtrnnlzcUontlng OrJunbeDOlltlng OrganizeBoatIng
BoatIng Club ClubEncouraged ClullEncouraged Cliiifincouraged
Encouraged by the success of the Tech Technical TeehHleal Techideal ¬
ideal High School eight in defeating the theGeorgetown theGeorgetown theGeorgetown
Georgetown Preps In their race on the thePotomac thePotomac thePotomac
Potomac this spring lovers of acquatlce acquatlcein
In in the high schools met at 212 L 1 at street streetnorthwest reel reellorthwest retnfHthwest
northwest last night and discussed plans plansTor planstor plansfor
Tor the organization of a boating club to toje tobit tobe
bit je known as the Washington High School SchoolBoating SchoolBoating SchoolBoating
Boating Club ClubAll ClubAll ClubAll
All the high schools booll were represented representedit
at it last nights meeting and considerable considerablevas CO SderalJle SderalJleWitS
vas done toward tow rd arranging the prelimi prcllmllarfes preliminaries preliminecks
necks of this new n w departure in high highichool highschool highschool
school sports It was determined to hold holda
a i mass meeting meeU at the Riggs House lIou en enTune enJune enJune
June 12 at which meeting the promoters promotersof
of if the venture hope to launch the enter enterprise enterprtH enterpnise ¬
prise prtHIt pniseIt priseIt
It is planned to have each of the th five fiveitgh Slvehigh livehigh
high schools hoo18 in the District represented representedty repre ented entedb
b by ty four and an eight oared crqw and to toindulge toIndulge toIndulge
indulge in all branches of the sport in inrludlng Including Ineluding
eluding canoeing sculling and rowing rowingFrederick rowln rowlnFrcderlcl rowingFrederick
Frederick Uefenleil by II Trinity TrinitySfeefel IrlnU IrlnUHr lrInityStvl
Sfeefel t l Ja to The Washington WII HeraU HeraUFrederick IItnldllredprfck iltisIdFrederick
Frederick Md lcl May 88 OThe The baseball baseballseason buebftUson basebeiiseason
season son In Frederick opened today todR with withi
8 i game game between the newlyorganized newlyorganizedFrederick newborganlzedrederlck newlyorganizedFrederick
Frederick team tc m and the Trinity club of ofWashington QCWsshlngtun ofWashington
Washington The visitors always hud hudihe badthe hadthe
the game in hand winning by b a score of ofto ofM ofto
M to 15 The features of the game were wereAree wereth werethree
three th home rune fun by B B Sebastian of ofTrinity oCTrinity ofTrinity
Trinity
Cmiibcrlnml Taken Tnlic Both BothSpecial UothJlfdal hailSieciat
Sieciat Special t t8 The Washington Herald HeraldCumberland Ilna1dCulftberJAnd IlizaldCmuberland
Cumberland CulftberJAnd Md Id May Itly 30 30About About 2108 2108Ktople 2IIJOpoople 2jiepeople
people saw Cumberland win winboth both games gamesumbertaml gAmfCrom gamesfreiti
Crom ConnellslIIe here th thS afternoon afternoonCumberltlnd afternoonCumbenland
umbertaml has just entered the Western WesternennsyUmnla WesternPennsIOnta WesternPennsylvania
Pennsylvania League Ie gup taking the fran franhiee franchle franchlee
chle hiee when Latrobe Latr dropped out First Firstmme FlrltzamlCumbcrland FirsttameCunibrrlaad
zamlCumbcrland mme Cumberland 7 ConnellsvJHt ConnellsvJHtecond Connclhn1l1eS ConbeiisvliirSecond
S econd game sameCumberland Cumberland 10 Conneils Conneilsille COnr1 Conmiellsyule n5 n5lIIe
yule ille 6 6Trotlllll G GTroim
Trouble Troim tile In it ThreeEye Tb rceEye IenRnc IenRncThere IenoeTMre Len gn e eThere
There Is trouble brewing brewlngln In the Three Three3ye ThrffEye ThreeEye
Eye League After a game at Decatur Decaturhe Decaturthe Decaturthe
the he other day do President Kensello of ofiprlngfleld ofSpringfield ofSpringfield
Springfield assaulted Umpire Wheelock Wheelocknd Wheeiockand
and nd the case will now be called up be beore beere before
fore ore the league for action
SPORT WITH ITll CANOE CANOEAnnual OANOESAnnual CANOESAmiual
Annual Regatta of the Inter Interclub luterclub Iuteiclub
club Association AssociationHOWELL AssociationHOWELL AssociatioliHOWELL
HOWELL AND DECARRE W WCapture WIN WINCnpttlre WINCapture
Capture the Championship Uonlilc UonlilcIn nonhlcAIn
In an Exciting Finish from Wash WaulihiKton Washington nllh nllhIJl
hiKton IJl ton Canoe Club Pnlr InlrlIcnTllI InlrlIcnTllICnrrlel IalriiYellCarries Hovrol HovrolCarries
Carries Off the Individual Honors HonorsGood HonorAGOOlI llonorsGoomi
Good Hnce In the Mixed Honhlcs HonhlcsYesterday noolllclllesttrdR BonbicaYesterday
Yesterday lesttrdR will 111 be looked back upon as asa asred asa
a red letter day da in the history Ills tor of aquat aquatics NquatIcs aquatlea ¬
ics by b lovers of the sport in Washington Washingtonand Washingtonand
and vicinity elnlt and incidentally the annual annualspring annualspring annualspring
spring regatta of the Interclub Canoe CanoAssociation CanoeAlISoel3Uon CanoeAgsOeisLtiohi
Association will be helonS long remembered remembfredone ai aione asone
one of the meet mo t successful events of Uskind Us It Itkind itskind
kind ever held on the historic Pqtomac PqtomacThe PQtomac1l1e POtomacTime
The regatta was held Just off Sycamore SycamoreIsland SCAntOreIsl SycamoreIsland
Island Isl < nd above IJttte Falls on the upper uppeiPctomac uppetIctonlAC upperIctoniae
Pctomac the spectators being guests of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Sycamore Island Club ClubThere ClubThere ClubThere
There were eight events and all but bulone butone butone
one of them furnished the most exciting excitingkind excitingkind excitingkind
kind of sport The doubles for or the cham championship champlon chantptonshlp ¬
pionship plon hlp of the association aa proved to lwthe be bethe bethe
the best t race of the afternoon although althoughthe althoughthe althoughthe
the club fours were pre exciting In the thechampionship thechAmpionship thechampionship
championship doubles Howell and andcarre De Decarre Ieearre >
carre unattached were pitted against againstC
C Skinner and R G Garrett Washing Washington Wuhlngton Washington ¬
ton Canoe Club the latter being defeated defeatedin
in the last few f strokes by a margin marginof marginof marginof
of a foot footIn footIn footIn
In the club fours oun the boats came calR down downthe downtIH downthe
the course closely bunched with ith th thHigh the theHIgh theHigh
High Island quartet about half a length lengthahead Ipngthahead lengthsheath
ahead but when fifty yards from th thfinish thIInlsh the theIlnish
finish three th of the four boats collided collidedwith collidedwith collIdedwith
with each other and haters neler Adrian AdriatiSizer AdrianSizer AdrianSizer
Sizer called it no race The race was wairun wasrun wasrun
run over this thl time the representative representativeof prH4ntUfof
of the High Island Club finishing ahead aheadof aheadof aheadof
of the Kolumbia loIumbiaKanoe Kanoe Klub by a a APAce APAceSf
9 Sf > small that many of the spectator spectatorthought lpectatorthought spectatorsthought
thought the race was a draw drawThe dOlWTlte drawThe
The Analostan and Roaring CAmp CamrCanoe CAmpCAnoe CampCanoe
Canoe clubs cl1 club the other contestants wen wenwell WMewell werewell
well up at the finish ftnl h it being beln anybody anybodyrace anyOOdYsrace anybodysrace
race until the last fifty yards yardsIloivell yartlLlIowell yardshhiU0i1
Iloivell AVinn Inll Honors UOJlor1Iouelrs liomiorsHowelts HonorsHowells
Howells performance ui 11 winning wlnl ng all allthree anthrat allthree
three of the tb races in which he entered enteredwas entereda enteredwas
was a especially commendable and dre dreforth drew dl1lCortn drewforth
forth much favorable comment from the tinspectators theflpecttttors thespectators
spectators Howell first took the novice novicesingles ftOlcInsles novIcesingles
singles from Decarre winning wlnnt g handily handtl b by >
2 length len < thfll Then Th tI with but one race inter intervening Intervening Intervenlng ¬
vening lie captured the association sin singles slnICII slimlce ¬
gles ICII from rom Cleve Skinker who was gen generally XMeraJly genorally ¬
orally picked to win beating him by 1 1 1lengths I1I8gtbli 1lengths
lengths Bearing and Bberbach llnlsheti linishedIn llnlshetiIn
In the order named Immediately aft aftfinishing after Attflrftnt afterlinlabing
finishing ftnt hi this race Howell IIo 1I nicked up his hlipartner hisPfrtner liiipartner
partner Decarre r and paddled in ahea aheaof ahee1ur ahealof
of C Sklnker and Ray Garrett for f r th thchampionship the thechamplonehlp thechampionship <
championship in doubles of the associa association 1M C1AtJon aseoclation ¬
tion tionIn tJonIn tionIn
In the novice oovt < e doubles two youngster youngsterR
R G Garrett and J R Skinker High HlgfcIsland HIJhIlIland HighIsland
Island Canoe Club beat Pltkia and Deck Deckwith fleckwith k kwith
with Roaring nArlft Camp Canoe Club by 2 K Klengths 1 1J 12 12lengths
lengths lengthsThe J lengthsThe ngth ngthThe
The mixed doubles proved to be a good gootlrace goodrace goodrace
race Miss I Joy Marston and X A Schmlti Schmltibeating f ehmlttbeating SchmittbeatIng
beating Miss II Theresa Drexel and RajGarrett flay RarGarrett flayGarrett
Garrett by Inches InchesThe InchesThe inchesThe
The last race on the programme the thetallend thetAliend thetailend
tallend race was won by Decarre DecarreBberbach DteUIBbecbKh Decarneilberbach
Bberbach Beckwith and Masterso tin tinlahlng ftnI8bbg tInletting
letting in the order named namedThe ltflmedThe namedThe
The tilting lt contest was u amuetng and amimade anditiado J Jlnedo
made quite a hit with the spectator spectatorBtberteach IttAtOntEber spectatorsEberhacim
Btberteach Eber 1t and nd Barnes Bam managliig mR g to upset unceiMarston UPHtlar upsetlarston
lar Marston larston ton and Schmitt hmltt after afterabout about fl tutu mhvUtes mtntites tutuUtea
Utes of work
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Steood nm BMiee MibiMWaa WOll br K R O len tcjrmt lentait r rwtt
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Fowth net r MsoektVw donMc doublettWOll V < m br b Hwr Hwrd H HNId heath heathsemi
semi d Dotiw I i tffoni C C 8kink tubber lDIIfI r and R O Hotu HotuPMth JamuPHth lenetiFWth
PMth nee dub fonrsVon nanOII by 11 111th W > I IslaM ta d Car Car3rt Ca CaClGb Case Caseclub
club 3rt tW V K GmU J K It 8Mnk SIItDIIft T K U t C Cftt Gu Gutn 0 0rett
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KAIIOf C nw Ktob Sdwirtr 1 S Ufteftiea I Banrnre at atM atSixth allll allllIlJcbI sod1isb
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Seventh raw tailend race runeWoe Won 011 by IHnuv IHnuvJB leraftDIId so socod
cod JB Kberfcach cb third B Kfdt1th Kfdt1thElPth tprkwfthl5bth wHh wHhOgbth
Ogbth ncFKberbaeh ra iberbad1 and Uarnea 1Mm detested MM MMUm u utmI Manton
Um and Schmitt SchmittILL ScbmIttHILL tIIIItt tIIIIttHILL
HILL ILL CLIMBERS IN A TI1 TI1oe TIE TIEJoe PIEJoe
Joe oe Tracy and Bragg a Yale Stu Student Student Student
dent Make Same Time Timejcvcrnl TimeScernl TimeSeveral
Several Iln Bnct l J Spill plll plIllI and n nnibcr o o3Incblnc of oflnchlncH ofMaclilacs
3Incblnc Are Wrecked Wreckednt reclecl recleclnt
nt Ilrlilftcpnrt IlrlilftcpnrtBridgeport BrlclgeportBrWgeport hiriiig port portBridgeport
Bridgeport Conn > May Iay M J Joe Tracy TracyIrivlng Tracydriving Tracyhiving
driving a 40horsepower LocoavDbire tied tiedvlth tiedwith tiedwIth
with C S Brag Bragg a Yale student In a aitoreepower 18 18horsepower i ihorsepower
horsepower itoreepower Stanley Stanle steamer for or first nrstilace firstpl3ce firstplace
place ilace they the having made exactly exactl the same sameinw santetime me meUIM
time 131 1242i J5 in the mile run in the auto autonobile automobile automobile
mobile hill climbing contest today todill of o the thelutomobiie theltutomobUe theautomobile
automobile club of Bridgeport D I1 rtI port on short shorttill shorthili shorthIll
till Eaaton EaatonT3nsS FAatooBragg 1aaoetBragg
Bragg was awarded aw rded the prize cup the thei thetie thetIe
tie i not being run oft for the reason that thatL thatA thatA
A L Rlker of the racing bo bottrtJ rd of the theV theA theA
A V A A being referee feree and Andll a member of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he firm employing Tracy withdrew him himIB himas himas
as IB a contestant eont tant for the U prize and Tracys Tracysun TracY1IIrun Tracyarun
run un was against t time timeThe UmeTh timeTime
The Th winner of the Yale cup offered for forlie fortht forthe
the lie amateur amatt > ur driver of a gasoline car has IMStot hasnot hasnot
not been n determined us the question tltNtion of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he contestants eligibility to the class of ofimatcurs ofamatcurll ofamateurs
amateurs was disputed and the matter mattertag matterbAil matterhas
bAil tag been referred to the Automobile Asso Association A80clatlon Assoelation ¬
elation of America to decide decideThere deeldfThtre decideThere
There were three th e bad spills on the th hill hillArthur hiliArthur billArthur
Arthur Warren Arren of New ew York driving a a0horsepower ashorsepower
0horsepower 2 Stearns Stear 8 in rounding a aurve IIcurve acurve
curve urve in the road crashed into a stone stoneVHll stonewAll stonewall
wAll and nd wrecked his machine machineHarry marhlltHarr machineHarry
Harry Harr P Seymour of Hartford collided collidedvlth collidedwith collidedslUm
with a tree and wrecked his Pope Po Hurt Hurtord Hutforel Hartford
ford ord R R B Crawford New York ran raniver ranover ranover
over an embankment with his Steen Stevenauryea SteenDurn StevensDuryca
Durn uryea All three drivers escaped seri serlms serious sen senotis
otis ms Injuries by close cl margins The sum sumriMrlee sumnmrle summanes
manes maneslisa riMrlee riMrleeJa
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Vatton driftr dnti Z 25g 115 Secoad Foul aniH ISbcnevower ISbcnevowert
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drher rlt r IB 2 1V Second lie Ubonevowrr KatrfleM KatrfleMmumtobile PalrietllAutl lakdedAuWueotnle
mumtobile Autl Coaipaf ZX 25 1 Third JaefcMn JaefcMnower oJIOIfef hnst hnstpower
power ower Artbnr rtbt1r U t lIfO Staatfort Hts Stasifonileer 2JB 2JBHa A Aalii
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lopfllartfd opeHarU wd K to 3 3J hot mOteepeser ei < viw ff II H 11 Sersaonr SersaonrkWnepwt SPIIIOUttW St3ieimrIkideepoet
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14fClld yfwd Ufos Hrtdseiwtt HrtcI IJOrt K KCta t tCk SCheer
Cta Cheer a DStock ear tars oter J > 1O3t OOt First jg jghorsepower Slmiites Tf Tfnrserxnrer 7i1Oer
horsepower nrserxnrer 1Oer N W V Itbh Ulbotl i lirtdseport lir 1JTW IJ 1 X U See Seeod S So seeoath
o od 1aikard SMwifeiwwer bm IOft1 T W V reanalt eshi New Newfork ew ewYork ewYsek
fork 141 1 4i M Third 1arkard horjeiMwer IWlf litaetftbon litae IIIutnillboD lubehlibixam
tftbon acne foatmB eMpiY IWdflejiort I 1K 1KCkm IMC llSClaus
Claus C B SPre4OilI Kreefoi JItwro1l ll car cars aDd niBabouU up to toim tolifKo tolias
lias im Flrtt Stanley aftho hDhtierpeeie h tnoel I > w r C I K S t4Nec Hr IIrM IIrMeI s sC
Nec C eI w listen 12424 1 h242 H Sccnnd Lotoaotiik Looomo ik 41hone 41honepower honc honctmer honcJMePh
power tmer Joseph TPsqr IWdgrpirt 12IJ5 121 Third ThirdteteMIrttrrm ThirdStrZIIlhtfJN ThIrdStteotlhinse
teteMIrttrrm SShflrFciuner 58 sirictowfr lOwer U II 11 Crawford New iewynrt Nework ew ewYast
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lobe oha H It Unm4 Watnaurj 126 I 25 Filth Starn StarnMiaiwimrer Steams Slurnler Steamsahentvower
Miaiwimrer er toe OB exhibition Arthur Warrca WatitnYeit New NewIS ew ewY4JItIS
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poxec ter Peter II OK 5z Xe Ntir lJIr Haven Ilaxenl lM l Secand Secandttk SroendCautk SeesodCimnik
Cautk ttk WiorwpmvtT pmfI C Kdmud lwal Clark llrtdgejwrt llrtdgejwrtdtlS Uritl IMIrt IMIrt1t
1t dtlS l Third Indian 4Hhuneiower 4 hunepower E Eo L 1 Joba Joban JobofOn Jobmimom
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WRIGHT WINS GOLF PRIZE PRIZECaptures PRIZECnllturel PRIZECaptures
Captures Chevy Ch ChevyCiI1iSe T Chase Club Handi Handicap IInntIlenl ha ntli ntliCflh ¬
cap Stroke trokc Competition CompetitionW CO 1I tltlOJ1 tltlOJ1W
W M it Wright captured the first prize In Inthe Intho Inthe
the Chevy Che > Chase handicap stroke compe competition competition eompatltion ¬
tition yesterday with a net score of 72 72His 7 7Ills
His gross score was 90 O but with Iris han handicap haftdlcap harmdicap ¬
dicap of 18 1 he defeated defo ted Andrew Parker Parktrwho Parkerwlto Psrkrwho
who took second pJe ptact with 1tll a low SCOTS SCOTSof Coreor scoreof
of 73 73W iiJW 71W
W S Peter also turned In a low IMOr IMOror scoreof score scoreof
of 74 giving him third ptace p cu IntWs In this com comIKtltlon competition coinpetition
petition The scores 8cor6s
CM u lisp X yk ykv t L LW
W v M 1 Wrfeht rfrht M MAndrew i it itARdNW flAndrew
Andrew Tarter larksrI SI SIW It 11 11S
W I S Pater 1atn6 M MS JI II IIS BSLlltap
S SLlltap SLlltapv L L Hwp HwpW K II IIH
W v H HayseUs 91 91H hiii II J4j J4jII
II McCain McCainJ II IIJ 7 7J
J s Webbo elloo SI SIH If 71 71u
H V S Snfi r ljr W WV > I iiv
V F 1 Him HimU HamL N NL
L A lr lradt dt Ml MlM m 81 Nliutse
M liutse K Uatea UateaJ Iii 11 I IJ iiJhlott
J Jhlott Ilott IlottThe N II 1 II IIThe 7Time
The greatest surprise of th the dar oc occurred ocCtIrred orcurred ¬
curred In th the handicap oomp com competition competitionagainst tIUon tIUonagainst tlUonagainst
against par 72 2 when 11 B Davidson on Jr Jra Jrtt Jra
a fourteenyearold fourteene rohl youngster turned In Inthe Inthe inthe
the low More eor of 71 against a fleW of thin thirtyone thlrtone thintyono ¬
tone competitors competitorsAndrew competitorsAndrew competitorsAndrew
Andrew Parker and W C Ford tied for forthe forthe forthis
the trophy offered for th the second lowest lowestscore lowt5eCe lowestscore
score each having a total of 72 7 even Mr MrParkers lrParkera MrParkers
Parkers work Wall more than good as he heonly heonly
only 011 had a handicap of 9 Th The coura course cotfrtelit was waaIn wasIn
In excellent condition and was largely largelyresponsible Jar Jarre largelyresponsible
responsible re pon lble for the many maa god soodtumcl scores aeoreaturml scoresturod
turml in Handicap competition against againstM aptpar againstpar
par scores COreaI I IB
I
M W Seat SeatAndrew Sea Seath M 4 4tnmiNw I Io8dIew
Andrew Tutor I IB x xI
B I Jl 1 T Tau le tt tts S J JS Sinai SinaiS
s L I H ilsep P M a aV hews hewsv
V S Iettr 1 iet ietA 9 9A t tA
A T Brte BrteA at 4 4T iowa iowat
A t T t Kb KIss KIssPintIl B BFuntH IIIintJl
FuntH H I IJUITIS63S4IM6SS Hat Jr 0 0i I hidep k kJ Nut31511l663545146563
JUITIS63S4IM6SS J S r 6 J 4 1 4 6 5 6 1 81 81SccmidV N fl fle 71SeeeiidW
SccmidV C t ton laItI ldU44S4Sl45S3SS4
4 U44S4Sl45S3SS4 I 444iS4Sil 4 4 I 4 i I 4 I 1 > tSC I C H HDEIS N ft ftDEIS 12DEIS
DEIS IN THE TENNIS FINALSDefeats FINALSDefeats FINALS FINALSDefeats
Defeats George Parkes in Middle MiddleAtlantic MiddleAtlantio MiddleAtlantic
Atlantic Tournament Tournamentcojihefinn TournamentGcoh TournamentGecighegan
cojihefinn Gcoh Jnn Takes Jll Set from Ida Lincoln 1lncoinBrllllnnt IdacohnBrilliant ¬
coln coinBrllllnnt Urllllnnt Ilny IIEI Feature of ofDny ofnn of1mi
Dny nn on Ilnclielor Clnli Courts CourtsTh CourtsTIM CourtsThe
Th TIM mii hHItI tuelms singles MS In the Middle AUntie AttentLtennis AUntietenols AUsatletesnis
tennis tournament narrowed down tSowathe h hthe o othe
the finals y Teeter yesterday ateriy when Vela d defeated rttJdGeoIe defeatedGeorge f at d dG
George G ws Park Parkas the tb New Yorker Yortl who 110 IM IMth lathe hithe
th the early rly stages of o tit the tournament WM WMlooked wa walooked waslooked
looked on as the probable flM winner winnerThe wiener wtJmerThe wienerThe
The match was the fastest ptar played d dfar 10 10far sofar
far in the tournament The two men menplayed m mplayed metplayed
played much the name me style atyl game a iw iwgame Mt Mtpme netgame
game and tuin gng a choppy stroke Del Delwae D Da Delwas
was a especially eP IaUr < good In handling Parke Parkecrowcut ParJrecroaeut Parkecrosscut
crosscut drift Parke did not piuy piuyquite pldyquite pLsyquite
quite up to hte usual 1 standard seeming Beetnlngtired IIMmJItKtired seemingtired
tired and playing on the defensive defenalwthroughout detflWiythroughout defensivethroughout
throughout For tb the first flrs at two eels eU the thematch t tmatrh thematch
match wall clote Dole won Oft the tint a adeuce adeuce adeuce
deuce set by b the hardest kind of work workbut workbut workbut
but in the second after he had Parkec Parkecthree lrkftlth Purkesthree
three th love In games mes the hitter rained rainedand raUkdlIocI ralliedand
and beat Del out for that let set U ft In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the next Park went to pieces and al allowed alto allowed ¬
lowed to his younger opponent to take a alove aIoe alove
love set t from him himGeagbegan himag hImGetghegsn
Geagbegan ag n who has been looked upon upona uponu
a u 5 the most likely IIkel winner of the tourna tournament tourunt tournameat ¬
meat nt took his match from Lincoln in ineaar IneaQ ineasy
easy sty style k Scoe f sI Si Lincoln up upto upte upto
to yesterday hut been playing excellent excellenttennis eXetlkntt excellenttennis
tennis t nnl but a sllgfct injury to his h knee kneeHandicapped kneebandlcappM kneehandicapped
Handicapped him and be went ent down downbefore downbefore on onrore
before rore the expert placing of Oofrhran OofrhranLincoln GeoKhfpnLI OcogheganLincoln
Lincoln LI ln won the first two games m of the theop theOJlfldnK theopening
op opening nlnK set t but was unable to tofarthtr get getfarther getfarther
farther The match was marked mark by sev several isversi v veral ¬
eral brilliant rallies in which Geoghegan Geoghegangenerally Geeghegangenerally h n npneraUy
generally came off with 1th the first honors honorsGeoghegan bononGeoshf88n honorsGeoghegan
Geoghegan and Dele De are now booked for forthe forthe forthe
the finale in the tournament and aftCI al although althouth although ¬
though the former is I a hot favorite a afast afut afast
fast match Is expected The winner of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th match will play Conrad B Doyle the thepresent thepteant thepresent
present holder of the title for the cham championship champIon champhonship ¬
pionship pIon hlp of the Middle Atlantic Associa Association A8IOI1atlon Amoelatics ¬
tics tionBefore ticsBefore
tlonCore
Before > Core his match with Ith Parkes Dels Delsplayed Delsplayed Is Isplayed
played a hard match with 1th Ilackett IlackettHackMt Hack Iiacketthackett tL tLHackltt
HackMt played in splendid form and In Inthe Inth inthe
the th third set Nt after Des had him 52 f 5 he hemtmaged hemtUIA hemanaged
managed mtUIA to deuce the set t Seat five all alln allIIMI allrntl
IIMI n l later six all It was all a struggle ste for forthe fortbe forthe
the net throughout the match and DelIS Delatine DelISSJne DeLiline
tine serve rve stood him in goad stead steadMkw steedMiss tHd1lkHI
Miss Evans and Miss Ua Winter Imer will 111 meet meettoday mwtt meettoday
today t day for the champlonehip in the ladles ladlessingfee Jadtft81ng ladkssingles
singles 81ng Miss 11811 Evans won the champion championship chantplonship championship ¬
ship of the tournament and now his has to toplay toplAY toplay
play Miss IIN Winter the present holder of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Middle Atlantic title titleThe UtiIThe titleThe
The semifinals for the mens IMn doubles doubleswill doubleswill
will 111 also be played off tomorrow The Themens Thens Theiena
mens ns doubles tournament is for two twohandsome tuOhantJeome twohandsome
handsome solid silver cups the hand handsomest handSOmNt handsomnest ¬
somest tennis prizes ever presented this thissWe tbttJside thisskis
side of New ew York The cups are the gifts giftsof girtsor giftsof
of J Thllman Hendrick and go one to toeach toeeeh toeach
each one of the winning pair pairSummaries pairSummaries pairSummaries
SummariesSHaIIM SummariesSIise1 Summaries SummariesSemiana
Semiana rated rises s gfaeieCMa ilu nDths Dt4I beat lladi lladiett lladlrU lta ltafit
fit rU 4i t 6I J 1 Bfi Iutm beat lleyaMO Il 14 4
7 t Ceetrfatgan lI1I1hr an l teat t ItaHewer Ua tt SI 61 61SemiAmi 6ISemifrul 1 1SlfiNl
SemiAmi romA nue n 8 MotheaGerelsegun > intt dfatitrrta heat heatlAseobt Miatlobc lusthtnenhii
lAseobt 11 6 t 6 f Z Deb lust t IVwhet ii 7i 44 SC SCPint 5tPint SIP1mg
Pint round WiN rtorfeiMtai 118 lIven 1m beat t Mtas MtasSadie 111Isctie MbSMite
Sadie O Uoolittle UooIit Ilf fr3 5J f SI J Miss C ita J K K I 1oatkJe 1oatkJewoo oollUlc ooIIUJe1JGft > > oollUlcwon
won tam Mite 31 Uoyle by default defaultSecond dGauit8fMId dofaultSeentid
Second round todies diM 8to SIMIPSMIM < 0 > Mtw IIM Betns eses beat beatMfan beatMba t t11M
Mba J 1 E R DooHtU f 62 64 64rreltohiarT iIlMtmioary 64lrelbtnsry
rreltohiarT round roo euncolaUnM eoo OAsOItiOOePIOurIWy Kkmrwy won wonfroM WOBIQII wonlion
froM llarnard by default Vihry won from Smith by byrtf bJrLt bydefault
default rtf rLt ult lease ceor wen from f ma A Y beth 11 11JlNri l 6 6Hairh 6i 6iiletlu
Hairh van on frost rom Kelly by detaalt detaaltKlrat cltfaaltFtrat detaultPint
Pint mend coMotstim lDMCIMllcJolIydt HyaU won trasa Orcar lees OrnerftlCr leesrsor
rftlCr r aw J fu r default Headrirfc won fraat teeth bjr de detanlt de defanlt dounit
unit Csae ike won from Hill by default Wile WileflO IVIIe ass assfret ta tafrom
from l Ktonrnof 110 by default c Jwnsf eii mm from harm liartijby lIuriJ1tJ harma
by a default uIt Dona won from SVamrr Warner by default defaultliHlock cWlnaltWhitlock defaultVhIIImiCIe
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