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UNIONS GETIORRY GETIORRYEvy GET MURRY MURRYNavy JIURRYI
I Navy Twirler Is Signed by byManager byManager byManager
Manager Irwin IrwiuCHAHIEY frvillCHAltLEY IrwinCHARLEY
CHARLEY MORAN TOE FORCAFTAIN FORCAFTAINVll1 CAPTAIN CAPTAINWill CAPTAIN1vI11
Will Vll1 head I ead I JLocnl Outlaws tu the tliel thehI
l hI Iclil lcl Until Un tlI Atliertoit Atll rtOJ1 llei IhlmrtHllnln IhlmrtHllnlnlr ltepnrtxltnluIrevyutcil nrM Ilnln IlnlnIreveu
Ireveu lr Irevyutcil ntcll < cMl Gniuc with v It orioles rloh H YIH YIHierdiiy YCHcraIn Yes Yesterday
ierdiiy craIn l hilt ut Teams Got In Some Some1rnetlee SOllie1lntI SoulePrnethedtas4
Prnethedtas4 1rnetlee 1lntI ItiiMlt Work V cu on CroiiuilN CroiiuilNAfter rounds rolluIIHAttor roundst
t After watching th the youngster porform porformIn
In practice Jtt UCe Arthur Irwin of thq th local localUnion localUnion localU1110n
Union League club yestorday ye yes lord tortJlLY ay signed signedPltehor slqnedr signedPltelior
r Pltehor Murry of this city cityMurry cityMurry cityMurry
Murry wa wna a member of tho Navy team teamIn toamIn Loamto
In tho Departmental tnl League last gooson roaxonanti goosonatul OMonud
anti ud was Wft considered con ldoroa ono of the boat twirl twlrlov twl twirlors rl rl01fJ
ors ov In the nmut I1mo amateur teur ur ranks As Irwin wasnot wa wanot was WIUInot
not signed by the Unions until nearly n > arly all allof allot allof
of the duslrabltt du < tlrnbl players were already u udor un under Undor ¬
dor contract ho has had considerable considerabledtfltaulty consltJorubldtfUoulty considerabledtflloulty
dtfltaulty In landing enough good pitchers pitchersno
no 0 lie docldad to take Murry as ho wan wanmuch WWlC
C much impressed by the h work of they9ungst the theyauntpiter tholIunptr
y9ungst yauntpiter yauntpiterAs lIunptrAs er erAs
As Charley Atherton hues ha not yet ro roportad 10portoLl reportod
portad Irwin has decided to make makeChurlwy mtrk mtrkChrhY makeCharley
Charley Moran tho form rarmor or Goorgotawn Goorgotawnplayer Goorgotownplayor Georgotownplayer
player captain of the club until Atherton Athertonuomtts AthertonOOmrt8 Athertoncomes
comes to Uike charge Moran arrlvodhors arrived arrivedhero urrlvodh
hero h ro yesterday yesterdayIrwln y yeatordnyErwin tordny tordnyIrwin
Irwin had his hl players out practicing practicingyastordny prnctlclngastordfty practicingyesterday
yesterday morning for two hours In Inpreparation InprpuraUon Inpreparation
preparation for tomorrows game with withth w1ththu withsthis
this th < Baltimore team As the teams wore woreunable woreunnblo wereunable
unable to play yowtasdny Irwin has nr sirninged nrnmged nrronged
nmged with Manager Kennedy enno to have havethe IU1VOtho havethe
the Oriole team remain over to play hdro hdroTuesday h hdroTuesday ro roJ
TuesdayConaldorseblo Tuesday TuesdayConuldornble J U luy luyCon
Conuldornble Con ldorl1blo work was done on tho thonow thonQW thenew
now ground yesterday but Irwin door dooanot doOfinot doornot
not hope to have hav them completed until tintlltho untiltho untilthe
tho club returns from its first regular regulartrip regulortrip regulartrip
trip
GALTATJDET IS SMOTHERED SMOTHEEEDfCciMlulI SMOTHEREDHenalull SMOTHEREDRcndali
fCciMlulI Green Ten Tenut Jcnl in Proven Itrove Easyfor Easy ISnuyfor En Enfor
for Vtllnnova Vtllnnoyn Yl lnnoyn College CollegeSfviHal CollegeStxtrlal
SfviHal to The Waalitiicton Herald HeraldVlllaiiova J1eruhlVillanova HesaltiVlllanova
Vlllaiiova April IS 1SVltlunoaa Vllkuiova V1Uun0 defeated defeatedQiillaudet darteaOal1ludo1 defeatedOallaudet
Qiillaudet here hpr today in a slow low game by bylf
lf 30 to 2 2Birch 2BIrch 213lrelt
Birch and nd ODonnell were driven from fromthe fromlit fromthe
the lit box early Jn n the th gnmo gismo but Dillon Dillonwho Dillonwho Dillonwho
who Huecuodod them did much bettor bettorwork bottorwork bettorwork
work R and d held the home toom to live liverun fIvoJouna fiveruns
runs run in the lest five innings of the game gameMonnlmn gnmc1fcnfhftn gnrneMonahan
Monnlmn and McGeehan led at the bat batCor butCor hatfor
Cor Vlllanovn with with four hits apieceODonnell apiece apieceODoanell nplecoODonnell
ODonnell played tho best game for thevisitors the thevisitors thovl
vl visitors llor Score ScoreVllUnora ScoreMrl ScoreVfllannra
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SECOND REGIMENT BEST BESTOulplnyn BESTUu1ltinys BESTOuiJIR1
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The 110 opener of the finals for the basketball basket basketball ¬
ball championship of the city was played playedlast pluyodhlst playedlast
last night in the Young Mens Christian ChristianAssociation ChrlstllnJJ ChristianAmoelation
Association JJ oolatfon gymnasium between botw ttl the As Association Associntlon AssoclntJon ¬
sociation five arid the Second Regiment Regimentlivo ReglmontftVIJ RegimentIlva
livo of r the National Guard the latter latterwinning latterwtnnlng latterwinning
winning by 27 to 13 13The 131ho 13The
The contest was the most interesting interestingof
of the season Both teams are tied fur Torthe furthe forthe
the championship of the City League and andthe andtho andthe
the winner of the series of three games gameswhich gamoswblch games gameswhich
which has boon arranged will meet Bal Iialtinioros Baltimores 1Jattfmoios ¬
timores premier basketball tossers to de decide deotd deoldc ¬
cide otd the supremacy of the South Atlantic AtlanticAssociation AtllLhtlaAssociation Atlatitie AtlatitieAssociation
Association of the A A U UTho Urho Urho
rho natural rivalry between tho two twobrought twobrought twobrought
brought forth tho fastest and most solon scientific solontUle salontitle ¬
title basketball seen bore this seos Heunon Heunonthe HeoRonthe on ontile
the forty minutes of piny being replete repletewith repletewith repletewith
with snap and dash which makes the theindoor theIncoor theIndoor
indoor game game so Interesting InterestingThe InterestingThe interestingThe
The touoh of roughness added greatly greatlyto
to the play neither side sldcpurtlelpulIng participating inany in inany Inany
any seemingly Intentional disobedience disobedienceof
of the rule ruleAlthough ruloAllhough rules rulesAlthough
Although tho winning team deserves deservesniuah d deservesmuch < ervoH ervoHmuch
much praise tho work of Sohlosser their theirsturdy theirHturdy theirsturdy
sturdy center was the bestThe best bestThe bestrho
The same teams will moot again this thisvoolc thiswoolc thisweek
week Scor ScorScuond Scorer ScorerSeeornl >
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PYeo PYeoK AKrce Krce Krcea pia
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Raninhn w 1 0 1 Kowlcr 0 0 v vlUiferee 0 0Jl4JforeeMr 0ltufereeIt
lUiferee Jl4JforeeMr Mr r Iluelian Tinifr TlmfrMr Mr UoohctL cchelt Time Timeof Tlmoof Timeof
of lialrcs llalfLosin 20 minutes minutesheuncsNeelaiCcn mlnuUitTcnncNNee mhmh1cnncHHec
TcnncNNee heuncsNeelaiCcn TuIcrH Jul Two Two T o Games CinnieMKnoxville GamesKnoxville RnU RnUJ
J Knoxville Tonn April 18lho 18 The Univer UnlvQralty University University ¬
sity of Tennessee Tennes oQ baseball team won both bothgames bothgurnQs bothguinea
games from GoVrglu GOJrgfnTI901 T TicU Gf to today day 3 I to totlnd toand 2 2and
and 6 to t8 2
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McGUJBE AND CANTILLON HOISTING AMERICAN FLAG
GOSSIP OF THE DIAMOND
1C ICop top an eye on Jim Delohantys batting battingPrinceton battingPrfnooton battingPrinceton
Princeton nt G Georgetown orgotown Field tomor tornorrow tomorrow tomovrow ¬
row rowMilan
Milan Dolehanty Shlpko mid Im Burns Burnsaiich BurnsolLch Burnseach
each smashed out two bIts hltaJimmy bItsJimmy liltsJimmy
Jimmy Collins ho has been doing some tall tallbatting tallbatting tallbatting
batting for the Athletics this sprln4 sprln4Charley sprin sprinCharley prln prlnChorloy
Charley Smith will probably bo on the therubber therubber therubber
rubber for tho opening game brum < t of the s sea S9UNon season a aHon
Hon at National Park ParkPlloher ParkPllohcr ParkPitcher
Pitcher Ifiastely who refused to consent consentto
to his transfer by Washington to Sari SariFrancisco SurtFrnnolsoo SariFrancisco
Francisco has at last signed with the thelastnamed thelustnntnod thelastnamed
lastnamed club clubGeorge clubGeorgo clubGeorge
George Tebouti says that Kansas I u1ls City Citywill Citywill Citywill
will not finish l1nl h lower than third Monte MonteCross MonteCross MonteCross
Cross is a bit more sanguine and says saysonetwo suysonetwo saysonetwo
onetwo for him himTim 111m1lm himTim
Tim Jordans homo run Tuesday after aftornoon uflornoon afternoon
noon the first of the season was one of ofthe uCtho ofthe
the longest over driven over the UJ fence at atWashington utVnshlngton atWashington
Washington Pork Brooklyn BrooklynIf
If young McDermott the the Unions third thirdbaseman thlrdbnsomnn thirdbaseman
baseman can continue at the th clip he heHturtod hefiturted hestarted
started in the game with the Baltimore BaltimoreOutlaws BulUmoruOutlaws BaltimoreOutlaws
Outlaws ho should prove a big find findRichard 1ndRlohnrd findRichard
Richard F McCarthy ono Of t the train trainers trnlners trainers ¬
ers at the Missouri Athletic Athl tfe Club of St StLouis stl StLouis
Louis l aufs has been engaged engng to train the thePiratea thel thePiratox
Piratea l > lrntAt until the recovery of IGd LnforceRubo Lnforce LnforceRube LaforceRube
Rube Wftddell mu m missed ll ad the train nt SJ SJLou StLouhJ SJLoule
Lou LouhJ IK and couldnt get into the opening openinggame openingganu openinggame
game at Cleveland Now MeAleer McAle r Is look lookIng lookIng looklag
Ing about for forn a a keeper to watch his er erratic erratio erratic ¬
ratic t wirier twlrhnIt twirlerIt wirierIt
It looks as though tho National NnUc > nnl Com Commission Conmission Cornmission ¬
mission Is determined to try to make piake It Ithot Jthot Itlint
hot for JOB Cantlllon for using Bert BartKeeloy Bertoolo BertKooloy
Keeloy oolo who was obtained from Jimmy JimmyCullahans JimmyCaJJahuns JimmyCullahans
Cullahans outlaw teamtrial team teamHal teamHal
Hal Chase before starting out to make makehimself maleohlmsef makehimself
himself a great ball player players was a student studentof titudQntor
or telegraphy at San Jose J lC > Cal whprc whprchis whrehis whgrehis
his brother IB now telegraphing tel grtLphlng for the theSouthern thoSou theSouthern
Southern Sou thorn Pacific Chase is fssnJd said to tct be a afair afair
fair operator operatorAccording opcrntorAcoordlng operatorAccording
According to more or loss l ss official figures fisur s s1423U
142311 persons witnessed the opening openinggames openinggnmos openinggames
games of the National and American Americanleagues AmorlcanIOt1guos Americanlongues
leagues seasons The American League Leaguewas Loaguowa Leaguewas
was wa tho boat of 81111 while tno Nationals Nationalshad Nationalsbad Nationalshind
had 61000 visitors visitorsPresident vial visitorsPresident tors torsPresldont
President Joseph OBrien of tho Amerlenn Ameri American Anrerlonn ¬
can Association hasnt put any extra bur burdons burdons burdons
dons on his umpires this year which he hehas hebns heline
has not outlined heretofore with the sin sinBio single single
gle exception of th the balk rule rul He H will wlIJtn wlIJtnslst willInslet in insist ¬
sist that it be b rigidly enforced uA A balk bulkIs balkIs bnHtIs
Is tho worst WOnl worst Invention thut tl u < tt siabman abman has hasto hnsto hasto
to kill off base running he says S S Thoro Thoreare Tliare Tliareare Thoroare
are schemes to get around the bail and andcatch Andatch end endantcli
catch atch runners napping by b a p false move niqveMi n moveMy vc vcM
Mi M umpires have Instructions to note note all allsuoh 011shah allshop
shop shah moves and call tbam prince bulks b Jlcs There Theremay Thoremay 1heremoy
may be kicks at first t put ut 1 shall sfu tl Insist Insliton insiiaton
this thl and also have featured clean clonnbaaobull
as usual
Get ready for the big opening Wednes Wednesdtiy Wednosday Vednosdl
day dtiyThe dl dayThe
The J he St Louis Browns have sold In Infloldar Infiolder infielder
fielder Gardner Gurdn r to Hartford Conn ConnSimon OonnSImon ConnSimon
Simon Nlcholls of tho Athletics won n n nbox
box of cigars and u pair of shoos for his
homts run Friday FridayIt l rlday rldayIt
It remained for the th tailend St Louis LoutsCardinals LouisCurdlnnJs LouisCardinals
Cardinals to score their first victory of oftho ottho ofthe
tho season by trimming the worlds worldschampion worldschampion worldschampion
champion CubsSt Cubs CubsSt CubsSt
St Paul plnyors are not in the best of ofshape oCshupc ofshape
shape Tim Flood has been suffering with withgrip withgrip withgrip
grip and isnt in shape to put up his hisscrappiest hisscrappiest lirascrappiest
scrappiest battle battleFrom bnttlulirom battleFrom
From Detroit comes a story to the of effect offect offeet ¬
fect that there are now two factions h hthe in inthe inthe
the Cleveland team one led by Lajole Lnjolethe Lajoletho Injoletho
tho other by Joss JossNick JossNick JossNick
Nick Carter th the twirler who has been beendoing beendolnssuch beendoing
doing dolnssuch such such good good work for tho Athletics Athleticshalls AthleticshnUs Athleticshalls
halls from Loosburg Va Ho is a former formerUniversity fortnorUnlvorslt formerUniversity
University Unlvorslt of Virginia pitcher pitcherGraham pitcherGraham pitcherGraham
Graham the St Louis Browns new newpitcher newpitcher newpitcher
pitcher showed to advantage advant ge when ho hedivided hodlvldecl hodivided
divided honors with Ed Walsh yesterday yesterdayEach Ycstorc1ayEnch yestordayEach
Each twirler allowed only two hits hitsLarry hitsIArry hitsLarry
Larry McLean the Cincinnati catcher catcherpredicts catoherpredicts catcherpredicts
predicts big things for McHalo of the theBoston thoBoston theBoston
Boston Americans They played < l together togetheron
on the Portland Ores team three years yearsago yoursngo yearsago
ago agoHarry
Harry Hoffman of the Boston Nationalr Na Nationalg National
tionalg hits renlgged upon his release to toProvidence toProvidence toProvidence
Providence and is backing water in great greatstyle grenttyl greatstyle
style tyl Ho doesnt propose to go there if it itcun Itcunposslbly Itcan
can cunposslbly possibly be avoided avoidedCharles l1voldeaCharles avoidedCharles
Charles Murphy Is quite tickled over overthe ovorthe overrthe
the Cuba now nuwball ball park The improve improvements improvements improvements ¬
ments are extensive and have been made madeat madeat madeat
at an outlay of 40000 Bull players play < rs and andclubs undclubs andclubs
clubs in statuary are among the artistic artisticeffects artisticofrc artisticeffects
effects effectsCharles ofrc effectsCharles cts ctsCharl
Charles Charl s Ebbetts has hasspont spent 22000on the thenow thenew thenow
now Washington Park at Brooklyn He Hesays Hesuys IIesays
says he H will be more than satisfied if his hispatrons hispatrons hispatrons
patrons are given any additional com comforts co cornforts u uforts ¬
forts and the players are able to put up upbetter upbotter upbetter
better games gamesAs samesAs gamesAs
As Pickering has boon doing clever cleverwork cleverwork cleverwork
work with the stick this spring it is to tobe tobe tobe
be hoped that he will not be out of the thegame thegnme thegame
game long The big fellow was unfortunate unfor unfortunate unfortunute ¬
tunate In being hit by b a 1 pitched ball at atNew u atNew t tNew
New York yesterday yesterdayBoth yeJterdrYBoth yesterdayl3oth
Both of the Boston ball clubs arc are pro preparing proporing proparing ¬
paring fof a 0 rush of business bu lnQSa this sea season soa80n sonson ¬
son Now bleachers have been erected at attho attho atthe
tho National League ougue grounds and more more60ccint there rhoro5Ocll1t there50cent
60ccint saints stfnts lu1I t8 have boen added td the out outfit outfit outfit ¬
fit at the American League Park ParkThe Parte1h PanicThe
The 1h Chicago Chl ago Cubs will be without tho thoservices thoselvfcs thesorvices
services of Arthur HoCman I = for several severalweeks s scrveral scrveralweeks veral veralwtoks
weeks Homan Hofrpan bumped his hand h d Into an anelectric nnelectric anelectric
electric light globo at the th hotel in Cincin Cincinnati Olnclnrtotl Clneinnutld ¬
nutld nati and the globo broke tearing a n long longgush Ipnggush longgash
gush in tho littlo finger on his hlslort left hand
WH WHAT T BASEBALL LEAGUES COST
Would you think that It cost 2
000000 n season H ason to maintain tho thoclubs thoclubn thecluba
clubs of the two big baseball baseballare busebnlllongles basebnliloaguesl
longles These are the figures that thatnre thatare
are given by b a president pr llent of one of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the big clubs clubsA clubsA lubs lubsA
A llltlo bit of cnlpulatlon cnl ufatlon will willshow wlJlshow willshow
show that hes pretty rioarly onrlY right rightif rlghtIC rightIf
if n nQt < t absolutely absoluttlyaccumt absoluttlyaccumtFirst accurateFirst accurate accurateFirst
First it Is well to fierce that for foreach CMnoh formelt
each noh club the rent of 9f grounds groundnstands groundHHtands groundsstands
stands stands clubhouse sill the cost of ofputting orputting ofputting
putting the ground in good condi condition condltloit conditiori ¬
tion amounts to 40000 40000In 40000In 400001n
In the National League this year yearthe yonrthe yearthe
the clubs will travel trJVt l about 0600 9500miles 0600milCH 500 500mlJcH
miles which at 2 cents a n mile mlJ for fortwenty Cortwunty fortwenty
twenty players foots up to 3800 3800JDllch 3800lfaclt 1800Each
Each club plays seventyseven seventysevengames iloventysevengames seventysevengames
games away from home which whichmeans whlohmoan whichmmeans
means as n many nuLtJ days In hotels at a arate an arate
rate n to which average 3 a n day perIpau per perman porpnn
pnn man totaling 14600 Z4G00 4GOO Meals Mt > al and andberths andberths
1 berths rtlls on trains will cost another anothernooo anotherp000
nooo nooof p000The 1000 10001h
f The 1h average salary list of the theplayer thoplayer theplayers
player of a major league club is isJfiOOOO IsliOOOO
JfiOOOO A manager mauagorwlllKet will get 6000 6000and 6000an 6000and
and an < l a bualnoHH manager 53000 53000livery tOOO 3000ivory tOOOYCvor1
livery year tho clubs draft or pur purohnse purohnsu purohase
ohnse players front the minor tn1horlcngue tn1horlcnguetgum Thor leaguetuxtm league leaguetiMimK
tiMimK This Thlsavorhges averages averftges tree three pitchers pitchersJ2COO pitchersGOO pitchers20o
20o J2COO GOO one oatohor 1000 two in Ini
i
J
fielders 92000 1000 two outfielders 2
000 01 Willoh which makes a total of 7500 7500a
a modcgt estimate Indeed In this day dayof dayor dayof
of hot rivalry and andCancy fancy prices for fbryoung foryoung1 roryoung
young players playersICach playersEach playersEach
Each club orders fifty firt dozen ballsnt balls ballsnt ballsat
nt 516 15 a n dozen and frequently 50 50dozen 50dm 50dozen
dozen dm en is not enough but this num number number numher ¬
ber costs 750 Basing D uinS calculations calculationsupon calqulationHupon caiqulationsupon
upon twenty men the two sots of ofuniforms orunHorms ofuniforms
uniforms alone cost 650 and the theHhoea thoHho theshoes
shoes Hho round it up to 1000 Trainers Train Trainers lralnTN ¬
ers TN get from 600 up upNow upNow upNow
Now add to all this SrOOO C 5000 > 000 for a aSouthern aSouthern aSouthern
Southern trip and the expense nc nccount nCcount account
count shows 130OBQ for a club Be Before Betore Before ¬
fore the books will balance 260100fans 260100 280100fans 260100fnus
fans must pass through the gates gatesat gatcsnt gatesnt
nt an average admission of HO cents centsIn oentsTn centsIn
In some cities the average price Is labut Is1u Isbut
but 1u t 3R cents c > n ts because four prices pricesrule prlcosrule2 pricesrule2u
rule2 rule 23 RO i0 and 75 cents c ntswlth with the thebox theox thebox
box ox sales at 1 lEstimating 1KRtimatlng 1JIRtlmnling
Estimating the average at 35 35cents 35cents r rO
cents O 11 ts then th < n to meet the expense expense3S3GIS exponsQ3Q3GIS expense3936i8
3S3GIS fans must pass through the theturnstiles theturJHltlles theturnstiles
turnstiles before the account Is Issquared issquared s ssQuarod
squared squaredFiguring
Figuring the average expense at at1300RO
1300RO the cost of sixteen teams Is is2o80S00
2080300 To this add the salary of ofBan orBn ofBan
Ban Bn n Johnson John on 15000 and of Harry
Pulllum 10000 10 OOO and this sum Is 2 210r800 210ri800
10r800
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QUENTIN PLAYS BALL BALLPresidents BALLPresidents
Presidents Son and CharleyTaft Charley CharleyTaft CJ arley arleyTaft
Taft on Winning Team TeamPLATEAUS TeamPLATEAUS TeamPLATEAUS
PLATEAUS LOSE TO MADRIDS MADRIDSCon MADRIDSContest
Contest Con lent Wages Vn eK on Green Greco Swnrrt SwnrrtSontli Swn SwnrrlSouth rtl rtlSonth
South Sontli of the tJI White IIouHe I1CIHtScorc Ilo mseScore mseScorelid Score
14 to to 11rIOMcrH 11IoHerH Iii IntTuctc < Tiicte l to Go Goanit Gonull
null 011 il Get bt n Itfputiitlou ItePntitiionYount ItePntitiionYountItoosevelt YoiiiiHr YoiiiiHrKooMCvelt ounJ ounJJCOONCCU
KooMCvelt JCOONCCU and Tuft Make n Run KunOn UunOn RunOn
On tho green sward sward immodlately south southof southoC Houthiof
of the White House grounds yesterday yesterdaya yostordaybloodloss
a a bloodless victory Ictory was won when Qun Quntln QUitnUn Qurafntin
tin Roosevelt son of tho President PresidentChnrloy Presldont PresldontChllrloy PresidentCharley
Charley Taft son of the Secretary of ofWar ofWar ofWar
War and seven other boys defeated a abaseball tLbn8Qball abasgbalt
baseball team known as 1 < J the PlateausThe Plateaus PlateausThe PJateausIhl
The Ihl RooBovoltTaft Roo evoltTlLft organization orgunlz Uon IB 8 cult cultod culled celled
ed tho Madrids and It Is a hummer liummerhe liummerhegamo The Thegame Thegame
game was called at 1030 oclock and andwns andwus andwas
was concluded Just In time to save th thPresident the thaPresldent thePresident
President and lite guests from disturbance disturbanceduring dlsturbtlnooduring disturbanceduring
during the hour of luncheon luncheonThe lunchoonThl luncheonThe
The Madrids won their third consecu consecutive consocuUvo consot u utive ¬
tive victory by n score of 11 to 11 and andthe anllthe andthe
the RooseveUTaft noo ovttrnft aggregation will not notplay notplay notplay
play the Plateaus again until they go goand goand goand
and gat a reputation reputationTh rlputfUonIhQ reputationThe
Th The first game played ll odonrllor earlier ih tfttt tftttsdason th thsdllson tWoseason
season did net pan > an out so well but the theMadrids file1rfndrlds tIteMadrids
Madrids wore hot In practice then thenPlayed thenPl1ed thenPlayed
Played Center field fieldQuentln I Its Jelcl JelclQuentin ie1dQuentin
Quentin Roosevelt youngest son of oftho oftho ofthe
tho President played center field and andCharley annCharley ariaCharley
Charley Charley Taft son of tho Secretary of ofWar otYnr ofrar
War Ynr rar was covering first bag Erich Eaoliscored EholsOC Erichscored
scored sOC > lel1 a n run In the nine innings 1 andthe and andthe ar1dthe
the game lasted about two hours and anda anda
a hnlC hnlCYoung lu1 hrilf hrilfYoung C CYoung
Young Roosevelt Roosovoll did not make mnl < o n arecord nrecord nrecord
record with the stick but whon it came cameto cameto ame ameto
to fooling the pltdher plt hcr he was in his hisclement hisele1nc hisclement
clement ele1nc nt He wns given glvC three bases on onballs onbaILs onballs
balls and walked walJc > d again whon the care careless careloR3pltchcr careless ¬
less loR3pltchcr pitcher planted a a ball in his sldo sldoInstead sldoInstoad sideInstead
Instead of over the plate plateCharley I1latcCharle plateCharley
Charley Charle Taft made two hits One of ofthe orthe ofthe
the features of the game Ilme was wMwhen when the theMadrids theMadrlds theMadrlds
Madrlds retired the Plateaus In the th scv scventh s stiv stiventh v venth
enth by the quick way in which Roose Roosevelt Roosavelt Itoosevelt ¬
velt passed the sphere to Taft Another Anothersensation Anothorsensation Anothersensation
sensation was when Campbell Noack Noaclcand Noackulll Noackand
and Remsburg mndo a triple In the thefourth thoourth thefourth
fourth The lineup of Quentlna nlnq nlnqwas nlnqwaR ninqwasas
was wasas as follows followsCampbell fonowsCampbell followsCampbell
Campbell shortstop Nodclc thirdbase thlr third thirdbase < 1 1buso
base Romsburg Rorn burg second base Brooks Brookspitcher Brooltspitcher Brookspitcher
pitcher W Lockwoodr Locltwoo left field Taft Tnftfirst Taftfirst 1nftfIrst
first base J D Lock LockwoOd wood right fieldRo field fieldRoosevelt fiehlROfuovclt
Roosevelt Ro aOvelt center cen center tar field Cliff catcher catcherDOG en catoherDOG tohor tohorDOG
DOG BREEDERS TO ORGANIZE ORGANIZESpecial ORGANIZE81echtl ORGANIZESpecial
Special Clult Will Advance Interests IntereMtMof Inter Ht Htof
of IrJnh Wolfhound WoUliouiulThere WolfhoundThere VolfhonnlThere
There were five Irish wolfhounds at the thelast tholast thelast
last New York dog show when there therewas therewns therewas
was a u class for them as a now ventureand venture ventureandean ventureand
andean and nn American specialty club Is under underforizutllon under underformation undertormuUoa
tormuUoa formation to advance advance the interests of the thebreed thebr thebreed
breedThe breed breedThe br cd cdIhe
The breed in the Inat century divided dividedspace dividedapnce dividedspace
space In tho dog books with wlthshccpdoga wlthshccpdogannd sheepdogsanci sheepdogs sheepdogsand
and Newfoundlands for these dogs were wereheld were wereheld werehold
held In high esteem for courage and sa sagacity sagnclW sagacity ¬
gacity Then they nearly became extinct extinctand extinctand xUnctand
and In tho SOs the English fancier Cnpt CnptGraham CnpLGrnJ1 CaptGraham
Graham GrnJ1 m sat about the rehabilitation rBhubilltntfon of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the breed breedHe bccilHo breedhie
He suggested that tho native material materialto
to be had be crossed cross d Judiciously with the theScottish theScottish theScottish
Scottish dcorliouml Groat Dane and Rus Russian Russian Russian ¬
sian wolfhound to carry out the plan The TheIrish TheIrish TheIrish
Irish Wolfhound Club of Great Britain Britainwas BritainWILS Britainwas
was started in 1835 and the th breed was wasclassified wnsolasaliIcd wasclassified
classified olasaliIcd In 1 the English I nglls stud book in that thatyear thl1tyoar thatyear
year yearWhen
When first shown In England the type typelacked typelacked typelacked
lacked unity the parent strains too often oftenpredominating oCtenpradomlnutlng oftenpredominating
predominating but now and then t en an ex exhibit exhibit exhibit ¬
hibit was of the desired stamp The type typoshould typeshouJd typeshould
should resemble tile Scottish deerhound deerhoundexcept doorhoundeCcept deerhoundexcept
except that red is the preferable color colorand oolorand colorand
and the Irish wdlf wolfhound V Hhound hound is a heavier dog dogstronger dogstronger dogstronger
stronger In head bone and body while whileseveral whilesevern whileseveral
several severn I inches higher at the shoulder shoulderSome shouldcrSome shoulderSome
Some aonfuslqn regarding tho appear appearance appenrance appearancoof ¬
ance ancoof of the dogs hud been created be because because because ¬
cause in Ireland a dog known as the thematin thematlu timemnlln
matin had been maintained In the long longago longago longago
ago It was W S a U powerful smoothcoated smoothcoatedcreature smoothcantedcrouture smoothcoatedcreature
creature suggesting the German boar boarhound boarhound boarhound
hound to judge by a painting of one that thatfor thntfor thatfor
for more than a hundred h ndred years YC JS hud been beenin beenIn beenha
in the picture gallery of the Karl of An Antrim Antrim Antrim ¬
trim trimAs trimAs trimAs
As to the history of the Irish wolf wolfhound wolfhound wolfhound ¬
hound It attained celebrity out of its itsnative ItsnnlIve Itsnative
native country as long ago as the year yoarml
391 when seven Irish dogs wore sent to toRome tc tcRome toRome >
Rome and astonished her citizens who whoviewed whoviewed whoviewed
viewed thorn with wonder and fancied fanciedthey ranclc1they fanciedthey
they must have been brought thither In Inlarge Inlargo Inlarge
large cages cagosAs On108As cagesAs
As to their courage doubt has beenthrown been beenthrown beenthrown
thrown and In October 1667 says 8ad the theLondon theLondon theLondon
London Field One Addy Loftus brought broughtan broU ht htan
an Irish dog to fight with a 0 mastiff before beforo be before ¬
fore the King I lng The Irish dog had all the theadvantage thondvantago theadvantage
advantage imaginable and dragged his irisopponent hisopponent hisopponont
opponent five or six times about the ring ringso ringSo
so 0 that everybody gave up the therdastUt therdastUtor mastiff rrlastifCfor mastifffor
for or dead all mono were concerned as if it ithad Ithad itland
had boon their general and y yet t at last lastthe Juttho lustthe
the Iclsh dog ran away awny
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