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THE H E WASHINGTON WASHI N G T 0 N HERALD H E RALD SUNDAY S U NDAY JUNE UNE2190 2 1907 7 3
RECORD REOORDFOROENTRAL REOORDFOROENTRALTrack FORCENTRAL FORCENTRALTrack FOR CENTRAL CENTRALIrack
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Track Team TC l11 Most Successful SuccessfulIn
In Schools History HistoryMANY HistoryItIANY TIistoiyHANY
MANY NEW MARKS RECORDED RECORDEDCapf RECORDEDC1It 1ECORDEDapt
Capf apt Kcinper and Cy C IcDonald IcDonaldSet Icnonnlclst IcfloI1zLI1Set
Set Xew cw Mark IRrIOII In Dashes IJR IIh ell and andAVclsht nlldhht 81141Vel1it
AVclsht hht Bvviitn llcspoctivcly UCIIPcctheIDIck UCIIPcctheIDIckheI1lIcr 1epoc11 velyDIek velyDIekItcHiper Dick DickKrmpcr
Krmpcr Ilurcli Hnmlltnn anil anilchinitt nntldllllitt zt titi titiSCliiiilt
chinitt All t11 11 Star Performers PerformersWith IcrCormcrllWith IerforiucriVitli
With the InterHigh School hool meet al alVan atYII a aVtu
Van Ness Park rIt last Wedneeday W bftNbY Central Centraltded CentraldecJ Central1ed
tded decJ the most moe successful track season seasonat lleasont
t at a I t the t he school has ba ever experienced experiencedTJi experIencedBlue
TJi 1 Blue and White hall h had stars to toIittsent tol
l Iittsent rent them on the cinder clnd r r path be bef ber ber
f r > but never aare aae the students carried carriedf
f ff so many priaes banners and cups as asth asthy asthey
th thy y have in the season of 150607 con considering confl eoniderng ¬
sidering fl Hlng the quality of the men that the theathletes thethletes thetiIetes
athletes had to compete with withCentral withCentral wlthCentral
Central has always been strongly repre represented repreErnted repreErnted ¬
Ernted on the track the tb school usually usuallyrelying usuallyrIln usuallyrilng
relying rIln however e upon one or two cracks cracksto
to t uphold its honor But this year Ath AthMic Athltic
4 ltic Director Foley has b succeeded 8UC ed In Int Intrnlng Intrning
t trnlng rnlng out an evenly balanced AncM squad squadIkk lIquadI squadIkk
Ikk I Jjk Kemper Ourch Hamilton Wilson Wilsoni Wililonwfcj Wll8onwrj
i wfpfly wrj wfcj > dy and Schmitt are all stars at atrespective att att
t Ir r respective distances and with the theakl theHid thenl
Hid nl of If McDonald in the weight event eventit eventfl1lnaged eventsU
it 1lnaged > niged during the course co tf o the season seasont alOn alOnt
t win first honors in live meets and get gttt getnd t tnd
t nd place in two twoKxnrds tOJ twoIrda
Kxnrds J tord8 Irda too fell before these hardy hardyilltop hardyKemptl hardyfltcF
illtop Kemper broke the records for forVirginia fort forv
t v Virginia interscholastic meet at attriottesvllle atriottlS1I1e atIrottesijlle
triottesvllle in the 108 1 and 20yanl 20yanljashes 2Oyartliihes yar1 yar1ishe
jashes < ishe = going Ing the former in 10 14 seconds secondsil eeondstpl
> tpl Ill il doing doln the latter in 3 seconds flat flatM ftat1Donald
A M 1Donald Donald lowered Io red the marks for the theurmer the1mnwr theand
1mnwr urmer and discus throws thro sending the thefnner thefrlEr thec
fnner c ruer 134 1 feet f 11 inches I he and the latter latterfeet latterffPt lattert
feet t 1 inch and tied Dugannes record recordf
f 41 feet f t S 12 1 Inches for the shotput shotputTIP shotputflop shotputr
TIP r first athletic games fl that Ceatral CeatralIrrji Ceatralr
Irrji r rj ipated In this season was the Joint JointirJOr Jointmeet
irJOr 4 Ir meet In the Second Regiment RegimentArrnry n RegimentAr mlnt mlntnflry
Arrnry Ar nflry ry Hall Baltimore Baltlmo Central sent sentfhrr sentTir
fhrr 1111 Tir men men8chmltt Schmitt Kemper and Wilson Wilsoninnkt Wilsonlllnllt WilsonI
innkt I fl I t t was wa heavily handicapped in the thend thel
1 l mel > nd won on fourth place over a large largef e ef
f iL < i Kemper won On the InterscholastIc Inte boIaUe 169 169vsnls 1 1rs 1Wrd
vsnls rs rd and finished third in the 100 1 yards yanbJIfofn yardsFn yardsKn
Ifofn Kn at scratch scratchClime scratchCIc scratchClose
Clime to t Virginia VirginiaIn IrInlu IrInluTn
In the next track meet at Richmond Richmondn
n January K Central lacked one point pointf Point Pointfir
fir f tying trin the tb winners the University ot otVirginia otYirginia ofVirginia
Virginia getting tU 14 to Virginias 15 l point pointKcmper poIn polnttmpPr I Imppr
Kcmper < mppr and Burch were the only men menprsenting lllenpr titanprscntlng
prsenting pr fnti Central at this meet DlHt how howvn howvrF
vn 1 Kemper winning the 50 and getting gettingnd tt1 tt1ld
nd place in the NO 440 0 while Burch cap capt CAPh captd
t h td > jl third in each of the 50yard novice noviceytr DOYteepr1 noviceytrl
ytr pr1 l scholastic and the 440yard 440yardishs 4yardI yard yard1hs
ishs ishsi
r IJI l i February F bruary tI at the Federal I ral Indoor mdoorgames tndoorFames Indoorgames
games in this city eft Central carried aar off o flrst flrstn ftrat1nrs flrst1nrs
1nrs < n rs with a total of 31 points the fol folIvnng 101win foln
Ivnng win n men winning their respective die dtetiTS dlliiT
tiTS T c a Schmitt Kemper Dick and andTweedy andiWf andiW
Tweedy iWf iW fod dy The TIMItrophy trophy won was a silver silverr lver lverp
I p presented prfo nted by the University of Penn Pennfylviinia PennFhitRia PennlVtflja
fylviinia lVtflja Alwmnt t Association of Wash Washi Wash1gtn ash ashhIl
i hIl hIlntral 1gtnI ston stonntral
< ntral got t second in 1 the Georgetown Georgetownr G eton etonry
r ry n t ut Convention Hall scoring < a total totalf
f 14 point polnta Hamilton getting 8 S Carter >
1 Eager 1 1ntral 1ntral 1ntral
ntral won on the annual Interscholactic Interscholacticgui IntenchoJuUegn1PS lnterscholaatlcgn1s
gui gn1PS s of f the University Vnlvenlty of Virginia at att atttlntteeyffleon
t ttlntteeyffleon I M 1Itt lotteevilte tI11e on n April 39 with Si points pointsv poitItwwaIrJppints
v i wwaIrJppints t was 1 White white better tmtri 1h the wcfttd wcfttdi tsl tslfpeopi d dEfIopaI
EfIopaI i opal High School Kemper tank ok oki
1 < and Z20 yards dashes going goIn the thef thern1
f rn 111 r in 1015 14 lOl 15 seconds and the t latter latterseconds laltuI lattereconds
I seconds sp < ondll flat the time for or both of ofT o oT ofJistances
T distance being lower than th the former formerirks formerLlrk formerrks
Llrk irks rks made at this annual affair DIck Dfckand DIckrind Dicktfl
and tfl Chaney hane any ran a dead heat in the 440 440nd WIIII 4 4iI
nd iI tossed up for third place medal in Int In2Y
> t 220 Burch was as second in the 100 and andfiird andTirf andt
fiird t rd in the broad Jump Hamilton and andi and4gtt
i Mgftt 11 gftt were Ore second in the hurdles and andi andg andgi
i gi g jump respectively respectivelyBeat mPfUvelyHCR respectivelyBent
Beat HCR t UiilMMMinl ltIiCO1R I Illeh IllehIn IIhhTn 111gbTn
Tn the dual meet with Episcopal High HighMay IIipJf highMay
Jf May 3 3 Central won scoring IKOri IKOriTjnts M MIints WI
I Iints nte to Eplscopals Epl eopalII McDonald threw threwImmmer threwI
I < 1 Immmer Ilam r 138 1 feet and put the snot 43 43f af 43t
f rt t Dick won both the quarter quart and andiif andldf andLiif
ldf iif mile runs This was the fjst at dual dualihfet duaJNt dualt
ihfet Nt t rver ver held by these two schools and andif andi andIs
if i is i likey ke7 to become a fixture m in local localiThietics Joealt11iftks localthktiS
iThietics iThieticsIn t11iftksIn
In 1 the annual Tome Institute meet at atIrt atIn atl
Irt l r Deposit > poslt Md Central came off vic vici vlewith
t i MS with 31 points to her credit Dick Dickrtircd Dietfo1Imft DickTt
rtircd Tt red both thf the half and the quarter quarterc rtn rtnr
r r c C ns n naT t good fields McDonald 1onald won the thejiit theolt thet
olt jiit t and got second in the hammer hammerr
t S r ro w and Schmitt finished second in the ther
S r I Kemper K roper who was in poor condition conditiont conditioncnd
J > t = pcnd position in the MOyard yard dash dashHrmilton duhH dash1ISnhiton
Hrmilton H mHton placed second in the 220yard 220yardiTia 22lyardiS yard yardl
iTia iTiaivntral l iS rij rde rdeierttral
rijpntral
ivntral pntral finislied Its season with the thent thefpHlgh thetrHlgh
nt fpHlgh < rHIgh School meet at Van Ness Park ParkMiy ParkI ParkTiy
Miy Tiy I 2 > scoring M points to Techs O OTIS DftS 13T
TIS T was ftS the largest score ever rolled up upin upthe
in 1 th the history of past meets Kemper Kemperv Kem I Iwn
wn v n the 100 and 220yards dashes Dick Dickt Dickqiarter
n t qiarter and half and McDonald the thehammer theiammtr theiammr
hammer and discus throws and the shot shotput 3ootPlt shotVut
put putTh VutT
Th T election of a captain for the 1W7OS 1W7OStrnrk 1307OStrtk
I ItrJdc
trnrk team will not be held before the end endf
> f 1 the present f t scholastic year yearAMoNarHE i iAKONGTHE
AMONG AKONGTHE THE OARSMEN OARSMENJam I IJamfS
Jam JamfS s Pilkington president of the Na National a atnal ¬
tional Association of Amateur Oarsmen Oarsmenn 1
n received r > clved word that fouroared crews crewsfrorta crewsfr
frorta fr th St Louis and Portland Oreg clubs clubswill clubswi clubsWi I
will wi rw r nw In the national and international internationalregattas Internationalr
regattas r gattas at Philadelphia and Jamestown Jamestownrt JamstfJwnrtIfCt1v Jamstwnr5p4CtlVe1y I
rt rtIfCt1v r5p4CtlVe1y = 5 > p civly > ly In August AugustTlio AUBUStTIlt AugustThe
TIlt special committee to which hleh was wasd i iKitgated 1J
d Kitgated J cgtd at a recent meeting tIng the appoint appointrnt j jrfnt I Il
rfnt l nt of a committee to select intercity intercityPK Intrrdt intereltIa1l
PK Po a1l 01 eightoared crews crew for the interna internat Internat111 I
t t111 nnl races rac of Jamestown met yesterday yesterdayand yesterdaynd esterda esterdal11d
and nd selected elfct the foDowing J E Nagle Naglenptain NaglE1I Nagleptaln
nptain 1I > t1ln E E F Haubold R R H Pelton PcltonJilm PeltonJ
J Jilm in 11 O Reagan W C Doscher and andJhn an anJ
Jhn J dll1 in T Kemp einp There is one vacancy vacancyui vacancywill aancyWI
WI ui li l will m be filled by th the other members membersif membtors1ft
if 1ft IS f the Ill committee in a few days daysIt da daIt daysIt
It is planned by the committee which whichlias whichlias whIch1as
lias la charge the International rowing rowingrirps ro1ngriN rowingri
rirps riN ri el 5 at Jamestown Jnm town Va on August 14 14m Uan1 14ant
ant m I 11 1 that the intercity octuple shell shellrio shellre shellre
re shall be one of the feature open to tonirsm tol totrsnn
nirsm l trsnn smn n of the world It is I the Intention Intentiont
t iiiivo ila htv n a crew from each city made up upT upr upf
T tliM th i best cst men who can be selected ael > tPd from fromth fromth fromt
th t < various clubs the selection to be on onto onth ont
to t same order an the New N YorkPhiladel YorkPhiladeljUi YorkPhlladftl1la YorkPhiladel1la
1la octuple scull eights at Baltimore in inThfre inThere
1 Thfre Is no doubt that New Ne York YorkphiKidoIphra YorkILIr1tphJn YorkP
phiKidoIphra P ILIr1tphJn Washington Vashln ton and Baltimore Baltimorevi BaltlmorOin >
vi Oin niako ma entries entriesJ C trle trleJ
J R R Miller jr president of the Harlem Harlemjlgatta Harlemrgatt HarlemIcgatta
jlgatta rgatt Association has given nn another anotherr anotherfer
< S r for or the intermediate quadruple scull scullt
t nt of the Middle States Stat Associationti Association
ti f I tak thfc th place of the one previously previouslygp prevloueJi
gp g i ri a hv him and won three times by the theX tbew theXdw
X Xdw < w York fork Athletic Club crews ere which whichj whichiant
j iant ant itnal possession possessionAlthough pGRfIIIIionlthou possessionlthough
Although lthou h Coach Plaisted has not yet re rerf ref rer
f r rf d l several of the members of last lastAnatostan lasti
1 i 4 Anatostan Club crew ere are getting gettingshape gettingHt ettln
Ht 110 > shape by rowing nnrtn afternoons with withnib withC lth lthruh
nib eights ciphUfvoral eightsverai ghta ghtarfal
C
fvoral rfal of the members mens of the til Technl Technlt
t ii l High School eight t will toe candidates candidatesf
f ir r the th crews which are to represent the thePutomac thePutomac theIkttomac
Putomac BeAt Qub this miUmcr
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E F C KISMlMSIt KISMlMSItCapUin IEJlIJUCallUm KEaiIli1Cajain
CapUin of Cent Celntl nil High HII frinnls frinnlsfiflrt r h jj mt sucrefI sucrefIteki II I Itiltl
fiflrt an aol l la raris r L LESPERN team teamEASTERN tMmEASTER
EASTERN EASTER HIGH AT BROOKLyN BROOKLyNCapital BROOKLYNCapital BROOKLYNOapital
Capital City Football Team To m Will WillPlay WillPlay WillPlay
Play Intercity Game GameMeets GameJlcctl GameMeets
Meets the Crack Hrnsmii ICrn fHnl Halt HlKii HlKiiSchool JlhhSehool lilgItSchool
School TCHIII on Kluctlon Dny Dnynt Dn Dnnt Jnyat
nt Saratoga Iark lnrliXutem IarkEastern lnrlICastern
Eastern High Schools gebool football team will wulplay willplay W Wpia
play pia the crack Erasmus Hal High Bgh School Schoolteam Seboelteam Schoolteam
team at Brooklyn next election day the thearrangements thearlllnpments thearrangements
arrangements for the game P having < been beencompleted beeacompl beencompleted
completed compl led during the past week weekErasmus wMILErumWlo weckErasmus
Erasmus which is one of the strongest strongestathletic at atathletic strongestathletic
athletic schools in Brooklyn had a split splitwith splitwith plit plitwith
with Boys High H during the tb past year yearand 7earand yearand
and and after considering challenges halle from fromseveral tTotnseveral fromseveral
several other institutions the New York Yorkers Yorken Yorkera ¬
ers decided ded to award the game to Eastern EasternAs EutemAs EasternAs
As election P Uon day Is a holiday it is consid considered conaJdered considered ¬
ered one of the most desinrble date on onthe onthe onthe
the football schedule in Brooklyn and It ftis ItIII itIs
is expected that the game which hkh will 11 be beplayed beplayed beplayed
played at Saratoga Park will draw a alarge alarl alarge
large larl > e crowd crowdEastern crewelEastern crowdEastern
Eastern is the third local school to take takeon takeon takeon
on intercity contests Central plays pia an anannual anannual anannual
annual game with the Central High HighSchool HltbSchool High5chool
School of Philadelphia Phlla lpbla while Technical Technicalmeets Teclanlcalmeets Technicalmeets
meets the High School of Commerce of ofNew ofN ofNe
New N Ne York YorkWestern YorkWetltem YorkWestern
Western has under consideration dates dateswith date datewith dateswith
with Tome Institute and Norfolk Acad Academy Acadamy cad cademy ¬
emy but nothing nothl definite has as yet been beendecided beendecIded n nI
I decided on by the West Enders EndersHIGH EndersI EnderaHIGH
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HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS TENNISCIiniiipioiiMliip TENNISI TENNISChnmplon1thilt TENNISCliniiipluztsltli
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CIiniiipioiiMliip TiitirHHiiiciit AVI11 111 He HeHeld HeI lIeIIIti
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I Held on IJncIiHorx nnIIf flrM Conrti ConrtiAs CotlrtI ColrlMAs
I As soon as th the < > Middle Atlantic Tennis Tenntetournament TnnkI Tennistournament
I tournament te finished tlnI8h the Bachelors BachelorsTennis BachelorsI BachelorsTennis
I Tennis Club courts will be the t scene of an aninterhigh anehoot anInterhigh
interhigh school tennis tournament tournamentThe tournamtntI tournamentThe
I The tournament will ut consist of cham championships champIoMblp champlonshlpa ¬
pionships in doubles and singles and all allthe allthe
I the high schools will be represented representedCentral teplHlltedI representedCentral
Central Tech and Western will in all allprobability allprobsbl11t7 allprobabilIty
I probability send a full list of entries entrieswhile entrieswhile
I while blle Eastern and Business may have harecontestants haveI havecontestants
I contestants in the singles 81 IN only onlyOnly onlyI onlyOnly
Only five entries entrl will be allowed allo from fromeach Cromtacb fromeach
each school three in the singles sins and one onepair onepair onepair
I pair in the doubles doublesWhile d deubiasWhile ubl ublWhite
While the teams hare not been n picked pickedIn pickedan7
In any of the schools the following followl will willprobably willPfObalPIY 111 111I
I probably be among amon the entries entrl Western WesternSingles W WesternSingles tem temSincles
Singles Morse McLain and Kemp dou doubles doubias ¬
I bias McLain nnd Fillebrown Central CentralSingles CentralSIngles CentralSingles
Singles Bynitsky Yeager and McKeever McKeeverBusiness bicKeeverBusinessSingles cKeeer
I Business BuslneuSlnclefl Single Norman and Lynch LynchEasternSingles LynchI LynchEasternSingles
I EasternSingles EaattT Slngles Martin MartinYOUR MartinSAW MartinI
I SAW YOUR AD IX V THE HERALD HERALDStylish
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PUPILS JEER AT RAIN RAINFirst RAINFirst RAINFirst
First Division Pupils l > npils Go OnHirer Oiillivei
Hirer View Tjy Trip TripTHIRD fripTHIRD I1ilTHIRD
THIRD EXCURSION FOR SCHOOLS SCHOOLSYotuiRNtcrN SCHOOLSunJ4h SCHOOLSotiiigslera
YotuiRNtcrN unJ4h r JlOO 811 Strung Stroll Go it Down DownJMver nunnJUn 1Ov1tItlvtr
JMver JUn r Continued Wet Vet ct Wcntlirr WcntlirrPut cuthlr cuthlrIUCH cnlIierItils
Put IUCH Crlmii rlnip In outdoor Gnm Gnlllelro GnlllelroJrUIllIllC Gnntealrogrutitnie Pro Programme ¬
gramme UciirruiiKCil So Hint tutu Hvcntti HvcnttiArc ICnntAre Iteittat
Arc t re IuIltMl Off in PnvlIIloii PnvlIIloiiRain InIIlInnIraln IitslllicinItaln
Rain rain 10 go away come again som somother somother sonlother
other day was the plaintive cry of 3nt 3f 3 3First II IIFirst
First division school children who turi turibled tUtlbled titi titibled
bled out of bed in a hurry yesterday yesterdaymorning 7Mttrdamorning yesterdtmtirnlng
morning after a fitful slumber beset wit will willdream willdreams I Idreams
dreams of th the school excursion the l Ii Iiwhite 1jwhite > ji jiwhite
white steamer steam bedecked with flags flagsstreamers ftaK HI HIstreamerS 1 1streamers
streamers a placidly beautiful Hv river r n 11It 11Itthe i I Ithe Ithe
the cool shades of River View ViewBare ViewHare VIeWliars
Bare feet scampered to the window Iow i r rafter rafter 1 1after
after a tint look returned Ht disconsolate disconsolateIts dillcouolatIt disconsulatIts
Its It raining WM w the lugubrious wul wulHowever lIl lIlHoweer ulHowever
However after much pleading 1411 tl tlfinally tL tLtlnally tIfinally
finally capered M strong tro up the gang gangplank gangplank gangplank ¬
plank at 10 oclock and answered a t tstarting fL fLtarUng fl flstarting <
starting whistles wblstl with Itb screams of delight delightbroken dellgltbroken deligtbroken
broken with answering school cheers Th Thweather TI TIweather l lwEather <
weather was for the third U time tiro within 1thln a aweek aweek
week defeated teated in a rain endeavor t tdampen tdampen tdampen
dampen the ardor of the school hool children childrenturned childrenturned childrenturned
turned loose for a days eta frolic Every Everything Everything Everything ¬
thing else was U dampened good and plenty plentythe plentythe Ientr Ientrthe
the wharves harvee boats and the lawns all allpresenting allprfRntin allpresenting
presenting a wellwashed IIwuhM appearance appearanceIt
It I t rained There was no a mistake t e about aboutit
it but Supervising Principal Clark and andhis andhis andhis
his corps of aids aids undaunted by the fact factthat factthat factthat
that they tht had drawn the worst orat of three threerainy thlftrainy threerainy
rainy excursion days braved the elements elementsand elentsand elementsand
and led the charge of their unmistakably unmistakablydiminished unml unmistakablydiminished t ably ablylmlnllhed
diminished band on Washingtons oldest oldestexcursion oldeltI oldestexcursion
excursion resort Many parents pnb too were wereloyal we weloyal weteloyal
I loyal and came to the boat loaded with withbundles withbundles Itb Itbbundles
bundles of the goodies OOd ta Principal Murch Murchof Murchof
of the Force building and Principal PrincipalFlnckel PrlnclpelIncket PrincipalFinckel
Flnckel Incket of the Franklin were heavily heavilyladen IIMYJlyladen heavilyladen
laden the one staggering ta rlnlr up the gang gangplank gangplink ¬
plank under the weight of a twobushel twobushelbag twobqshelhag
bag of potatoes and the other making malrlngvaliant a avaliant avaliant
valiant effort with an equally large tag tagfilled blipftlled bagfilled
filled with empties for the sack race raceChildren raceCltlltlrcn raceCId
Children CId Itireit Shunt Ititti t 1Vclc IVCICCIHIIr IVCICCIHIIrPrincipals CICOHIf CICOHIfPrlnclpala iHi iHiPrincipals
Principals Simpson of the Hubbardf HubbardfMiss Hubbard HubbardXI8II HubbardMiss
Miss McLean of the Berrett rrett Mint X Smith Smithof Smithof Smithof
of the Adams Miss M III Sargent of the Har Harrison Harrison liarrisen ¬
rison risen and Miss I Brewer of the Johnson Johnsonalso JobMonalso Johnsonalso
also went on the theftrat first boat as did a ness number nUIDr nessbar ¬
bar r of teaL teachers including Miss 1 Fuller FullerMlM FullerMiaI FullerMiss
Miss Burke Miss Iss Mortimer Miss Tee TeeMiss TeeI TeeIK TealMiss
Miss K Paulson Miss Wolverton and Prof ProfDales ProfDaJ ProfDales
Dales of Central lUgfe If School Shoots of ofwelcome oCwelcome ofweleome
welcome from the nil greeted each eaebCOllier new newcomer newcorner ¬
comer comerOnce COllierOnce cornerOnce
Once under way parents and teachers teachersensconced t ehenensconced teachersensconced
ensconced themselves in the main saloon saloonkeeping aloonkeeplnc saloonkeeping
keeping guard over the lunch baskets backetsPennies baeketaPenn basketsPeiinea
Pennies Penn Peiinea were in demand mand and the picture picturemachines pleturIIachln picturemachines
machines IIachln S did a UndoBlce business businessCapt bullnNlCapt busInessCapt
Capt Harry Randall let the children childrenhave childrenhave childrenhave
have the run of the boat warning amIDl his men mento mento mento
to keep a watch for accidents Several Severalof Severaof Severalof
of the boys on discovery bent t foundthtlr found foundtheir foundtheir
their way to the engine en < M room and were wereIntently wtnIntently wereintently
Intently watching the machinery when whenthe Wh whenthe > D Dthe
the unsuspecting < engineer announced him himself blml himself ¬
self l ready to explain the workings of his htodomain hisdomatn hisdomain
domain Little Tom McMillan deeply in interested In1erftlted intereted ¬
terested in marine engineering en lneert turned turnedloose turDedJooee turnedloose
loose a rain of questions that almost ahnoetprlled com compelled cornpolled ¬
polled the engineer encin r to take the count ItWat It Itwas Itwas
was a long time before Tom understood understoodthe understoodthe understoodLb
the Lb working of the piston rod in the cylin cylinder C711nMr cylinder ¬
der lie reflected for Ions lone after it had hadbeen ba babHn hadbeen
been explained to him that the steam steamcoming steamcomlq steamcoming
coming in first from above MV and then from frombelow frombelow frontbelow
below forced it alternately down and up upwhen upwhen upwhen
when he innocently queried why it was wasif wa waIl
if 1 the t steam came In from both ends the thepressure thepure thepressure
pressure wasnt unt the same and the piston pistondidnt pistondldnt pistondidnt
didnt stand still in the middle This is Isfar as asfar asfar
far as Tom got < ot in his initial course in inengineering InfI11 InengineerIng
engineering fI11 l riD < but walking back upstairs he heInformed beInformed heInformed
Informed his companions companloulbat that he was go going 10 10I goleg ¬
leg I to Tech and be an engineer eo aeer when whenhe wbenbe whenhe
he grew ew up upAn upAn upAn
An elaborate programme of athletic athleticwent athtlcflftfttfll athleticevents
went at the end of the he boat ride rI similar similarto tmJIarto
to that of o the Sixth and Fourth divisions divisionsI dlvlalonabad divisionshad
I bad been arranged a d but this was of ofcourse ofeouree ofcourse
course abandoned When the landing landingwas lancllllrmade landingua
was ua made there t was a mad race up u the thehill th thhili thehill
hill leading from the wharf but instead ln of ofa ofa ofa
a freeforall scramble among amon the older olderboys olderboys olderboy
boys boy for the best picnic houses the bunch bunchstuck bunchstuek bunchstuck
stuck together and rushed In a stream streamfor trtnamfor streamfor
for the dancing pavilion pavilionAthletic paYilinnthletlcIruJrnmmc pavilionAthletic
Athletic thletlcIruJrnmmc Programme KeHrrHMKCil KeHrrHMKCilPrincipals nerJRJI IteariaageilPrincipals ed edItinclpals
Principals Flnckel and Murch and andTeachers andTNcbtn andTeachers
Teachers Simpson and Miss Wolverton Wolvertonthe Wolvertonthe Wolvertonthe
the athletic committee immediately ar arranged arranced arranged ¬
ranged the programme of events so it itcould Itcould Itcould
could be run oft on the pavilion 0wI 0wIto Owing Owingto
to the lack of numbers teams tea were werebroken werebroken ere erebroken
broken and there was no school competi competition competition competition ¬
tion but every event barring ba the base baseball b bee beebell ee eebllil
ball games pm went ent oft as per schedule hriule The Thuenthusiasm Theenthuslatn TheeflthUCl3slfl
enthusiasm was none the less lea warm for forthe forthe forthe
the cold rain beating in on all four sides sidesand slcl8and sidesand
and parents teachers and nonpartlcl nonpartlclpants nonparUelP3nt noparttclpants
pants P3nt who were ere banked around the arena arenaIn arenaIn arenaIn
In a big circle cheered lustily Most In Interesting IntertSUn Interesting ¬
teresting tertSUn of all were the tug of war warneedle 11Irneedle warneedle
needle threading tbr adtn sack and nd potato races racesSides raCNSidffll acesSides
Sides were ere chosen in the tug tQ of or war and anddespite anddHplte anddespite
despite the lack of school competition it itwas Itwas Itwas
was a battle royal royalThose royalThose royalThose
Those participating in the events were wereas wereas 1e 1ea
as a follows Howard Nichols Byron ByronEwers nronEwtrtI ByronEwers
Ewers Marion Anderson A lclenon Willet Foster FosterCarl Fo FosterCarl ter terCarl
Carl Flipp Henry Morgan orsan Walter Wil Wilson WII80n Wilson ¬
son Bruce Webb Charles Volkman Ger Gertrude Gertrud Ocrtrude ¬
trude trud > Musser Lola Bailey Jennie Me MeFall MeFall Ic IcFall
Fall Helen H ltn Warneke Hazel and Ethel EthelShaw Jt EthelShaw tbel tbelSha
Shaw Sha Percy Land LAndram ram and nearly all the therest therest
I rest of the crowd swelled to 400 by an anaddition anaddition
I addition from the afternoon boat boatIt boatIt boatI
It I I wax M announced that the baseball baseballschedule 1NIseb111schedule baseballschedule
schedule of the teams representing First Firstdivision liretI Firstdivision
I division schools schoo would be continued continuedthroughout lOlttlnuedthroughout continuedthroughout
throughout June until completed and andprizes andprizes andprizes
prizes will be awarded to the champion championship ebamploftship championship ¬
ship winners The proposed games yes yesterday 7 7terda yesterday ¬
terday terda were to have counted In the cham championship champlonllhlp champlonship ¬
pionship series seriesDr MOrlellDr seriesDr
Dr I Lamb amb school surgeon 8ur eon was at the theRed tMRfil thefled
Red Cross Cro station established by it Miss MissSmith MISSSmith 11a 11aSmith
Smith and several era1 of her pupils lIe Hefound lIefound lIefound
found nothing to do however In the gen general general en eneral ¬
eral rumpus between events it looked as asthough Mthough asthough
though several surgeons would be needed neededbut neededbut neededbut
but bumped heads went unnoticed unnoticedThe unnoticedhe unnoticedIhe
The he entire crowd returned to the city cityon dtyon cityon
on the 5 oclock oI k boat boat and left the View Viewdeserted V Viewdeserted W Wdee
deserted dee rtfil The evening trip was aban abandoned abandoned abandoned ¬
doned donedOn donedOn donedOn
On the way ay up th the river the band struck struckup struckup struckup
up My Country rn Tis of Thee and the thechildren thechildren thechildren
children sang the chorus under the leader leadership Inclership leadership ¬
ship of Mr Clark The whole list of pa patriotic patriotic patriotic ¬
triotic airs and melodies was gone gonethrough conethrou gonethrough
through throughIt throu h hIt
It is I probable that the large number of oftickets oftickets oftickets
tickets purchased for yesterdays excur excursion excurslon excuralon ¬
sion and unused mill be honored next nextSaturday nutturda nextSnturday
Saturday turda when the Third division goes goesdown SDHdown goesdown
down The matter is now under con consideration conldNAUon consIdratIon ¬
sideration siderationLnrgcat sIdratIonLargest ldNAUonLn
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The Washington Herald H rald are based basedupon bandupn basedupon
upon its sworn circulation circulationa a circula circulation circulation circulation ¬
tion In < n Washington larger by b thou thousands thoalands thotisands ¬
sands than was ever before attained attainedby attainedby attainedby
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Grueling Bout on the Kansas KansasCliHHipIon KinaChRHlltlon KanuClIsalItloll
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Philadelphia June 1 lAa < As a result of the theexposure Uteexposun Ikeexposure
exposure of the prize priaeftPt fight held on the thebattle thebattle thebattle
battle ship Kansas OB Thursday Tlnn night nt a arigid ariI1d arigid
rigid investigation WIll 01 undoubtedly be bemade beIDIlde bemade
made by the Navy Department entcouru entcourumart and andcourta andcourtamartliI courts courtsmartial
martial mart LI ordered orderedThe ordeNdThe orderedThe
The fight details detail of which became pub public pubUc publie ¬
lie today was between Jack Schaefer 8eb ter a amember amember amember
member of the Kansas crew eftwand and chant champion claampion chantplan ¬
pion of the navy nav and Bobby Calhoun for formerly formerly formerly ¬
merly of the navy and a boxer of consid considerable couIdble cosaidarabia ¬
arabia ble note noteThe noteTbe noteThe
The fight which was wa said to ban been beenfor heeDfor beenfor
for a purse of ISO 1 made up by oncers oncerswas oIIcen oIIcenwas oWeerswas
was witnessed by nearly every officer sta stationed staUon etationed ¬
tioned Uon in the yard The ring was w pitched pitchedon
on the gun deck of the battle ship hlp and ao4lieutenant a alieutenant alIeutenant
lieutenant acted as referee The men menweighed menwflbftI menweighed
weighed in at 120 pounds poundsThe poUDdsThe poundsThe
The first round was rather tame bat the thesecond tileHCOnd thesecond
second was a hummer Schaefer was all allover aUonr allover
over his opponent dropping him twice twicebut twicebut twicebut
but Calhoun was game llW The fight contin continued conttnUtd conflnued ¬
ued until the sixth round with CalhounIvlnc thlhounreceiving Calhoun Calhounreceiving
receiving Ivlnc an awful grueling 1fnc and about ail ailin enba allhi
in ba In this t round Schaefer again knocked knockedhis knock knockhfa knOckedhis
his opponent down downCalhoun dewnCalhoun downCalhoun
Calhoun then fought ht < his hi way in close closeand elONand closeand
and landed a hard blow on flchaefers ab abdomen ab abdomen nbdomen ¬
domen The bitter dropped like a flash flashThe dah dahThe dashThe
The referee decided th the foul wu u delib deliberate deliberate dellbcrate ¬
erate and awarded the fight to Schaefer BchaeferFACING Schaefer1tAQING SchaeferRACING
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I shall tave one of the handsomest and best equipped cquip d tailoring tailoringestablishments tailoringestabiishments tailoringestablishments
establishments in the city eit citt and extend a cordial invitation to t call and andinspect andinspect andinspect
inspect my my imported import d and domestic Woolens V ooJens for Summer Suitings SuitingsTailor Sl1itingsGILBERT7 SuitingsTigor5
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Hull Monday MondayNew JlundM JlundMNew MumlaySew
New York June 1 lkQrlie Jkorac Burnham Burnhamjr
jr who was general counsel oon 1 for the theMutual lheMut1 theMutual
Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association Aasociationwas JaaoclaUonwaa Associationwas
was brought brou < ht from Sing Sing to the Tombs Tombstonight Tom Tomto Tombstonight
tonight to lht The order on the decision of the theappellate theappellate theappellate
appellate division that he was entitled to toa toa toa
a new trial was signed this morning and andDeputy andDeput7 andDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Belol was sent to Sing SingSing SingI SingSing
Sing I to get et him himBurnham hi hiBurnham htmBurnhnm
Burnham was convicted of grand lar larceny larCfny larcenT ¬
cenT in connection with 1th his bl management managementof mana ent entor
of the affaire afta of the company It was II a alittle alittle alittle
little after afte 6 oclock when hen Burnham got gotto gotto t tto
to the Tombs He left Sing Sing Sl shortly shortlybefore shortbbefol1 shor1l shor1lbefore
before 4 oclock His wife wlf met him at the theGrand thfGrand theGrand
Grand Central Station and then he got gotBometliing gotsometlahtg t teomUaIq
Bometliing to eat eatS eaLT eatg
S T Tyng of counsel for Burnham Burnhamserved Burnham8fl Burnhamserved
served notice today on Assistant District DistrictAttornew DItrltAttornew DistrictAttornew
Attornew Taylor that an application appli tion f for forball fitball r
ball for Burnham would ould be made on Mon Monday MnndB7 Monday
day morning This will II not be opposed op d by h hthe hthe
the district attorneys attorn office om An ifiort ifiortwill ffort ffortwill trfrtwlU
will be made however to have the Court Courtof Courtof Courtof
of Appeal review Iew the decision of the theappellate the8pptllate theappellate
appellate division dlI 16n in the Burnham case cueTOBACCOS caseTOBACCOS
TOBACCOS SLAVE ENDS LIFE LIFEMaii LIFEI LIFEIiit
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of It Drives Him to Suicide SuicideOxford SulcldcOdord SuicideOxford
Oxford Pa June 1 lCompletely Completely un unnervM unnerved 1 1nerved
nerved by his struggle against ut the to tobacco tobacco tobacco ¬
bacco habit Frank t rank Hodgson fortyAre fort7fteyrs fortyfiveyears
years old of New Ne London near n r here herecommitted h hcommJtt herecommitted
committed suicide by blowing out his hiebrains hl8bralmr hisbrains
brains with ith a shotgun this afternoon afternoonHe afternoonHe tternoonHe
He was 8S found foundshortly Shortly afterward by his hisninetyfouryearold hilinlnety hisnlnstyfourarold
ninetyfouryearold nlnety ourr arold grandfather Dr DrGeorge DrG4t0r DrGeorge
George G4t0r D Armstrong In the granary granarywhere granarywhere granarywhere
where he h > ended his life lI l The shotgun lay laybeside Ia Iabf labeside
beside bf ldde him himHodgson himHod him1lodgeon
Hodgson Hod n a few weeks etkl ago1 sg resolved to tostop tostop tostop
stop using tobacco toba He kept t his resolve resolvebut r Olvhut resolvebut
but the struggle stru le so wore on him that he hebecame behca hehcame
became hca melancholy melancholyNo S
No one was U near when ben he kilted himself himselfHntl hlm himselfhail elf elfIInll
hail Obliterate Ohllt rutcll Crops CropsTaylor CropllTaylor CropsTaylor
Taylor Texas June 1 A terrific terrifichail terrincball terrificlali
hail and wind storm raged over the theeastern thest theeastern
eastern st rn section of o Williamson County Countycovering Countyloerin Countycovering
covering loerin an area of fully five miles late lateyesterday latetsttrday lateyesterday
yesterday afternoon A number of ofbuildings orbulldlnAI ofbuildings
buildings were wrecked Halls Hnton hlalistoneeobliterated tones tonesobliterated 1 1obllt
obliterated obllt rated the crops cropsXefrro eropstegro cropsNegro
Negro > Lynched In Lunlslnnn LunlslnnnAlexandria lonllnnnAlexandria Iots Isinna IsinnaAlexandria
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son n a middleaged middle sed negro was u lynched lynchedat
at Echo IM last night by about 150 150men 151men 110men
men who took him from jaIL Il He had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been arrested arre ted charged c u with attempted auptedMult as assault assault ¬
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