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The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, November 14, 1909, Sporting Section, Image 38

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Something About the Rise of the theMan the1lnn theMan
Man Who ho Refuses to Sacrifice SacrificePrinciple SRcdficPrInciple SncrIflePrinciple
Principle for Office OfflceFontl Fond of of tiLe tlioGame tIlcUaIne tiLeGame
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cessful as an UmpIreWHY Umpire UmpireWHY UnpIrWHY
Hns Hn been n plnyer plnyerPlnyN plziyer1Inyi
PlnyN 1 lnH m nn ii favorites favoritesUnit favor1te1iut
Unit 110 been uu umpire umpireIM
IM 1 honest onc3t and principled IJrlnclplcdl1ent principledTwenty principledTncnty
Twenty l1ent years cnrll in the gnme gnmellni gameIini
llni been a Lawcbnll writer writerKn writerI iTltcrEnforces
I Enforces Kn forces discipline dl clplloc on the field 11eldOwes fieldOwes flclLOwes
Owes lila office o lco to no favor favoritism tUOlItIHII1 favorItINLIL ¬
itism itismDo ItIHII1Doct ItINLILDoes
Does Do ci not reSIde In National XntionnlLeague NntlonnlLeaguo NationalLeague
League city cityIN cityb cityIN
IN independent of any club or orfaction ortnotlon orfautlon
faction factionEnjoya tnotlonEnjoys fautlonEnjoys
Enjoys confidence con tlcnce of public publicand pUbIlcond publicand
and press pressAway
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I Away A way back is the days when Uncle UncleKick Unal UnalIck UneIick
Kick Ick Young Youn presided over the destinies destiniesof d dUnIeof Un Unor
of tho National League and maintained maintainedhis
his 111 headquarters In this city clt which at atthat atthat atthat
that time was on the old circuit he took tooka
a great fancy to a lad who was wa promi prominently prominlmtly prominntly ¬
nently Identified with amateur sports in intho Inthe j jtho
tho District His young oung friend was as an annthlete anathlete anathlete
athlete of no mean ability ablltt and baseball baseballwas buebllwas baaeballwas
was his hobby From pitching for ama amateur amateur amateur ¬
teur teams he drifted into umpiring and andsoon aDd600n andnoon
soon became one of the most popular popularofficials pop popiIarolUclain lar larofflclals
officials in the tho District Districtthat that is I as popu popular popular popular ¬
lar as an umpire could hope to be beand beandhis hoandhis and andhis
his services were in demand because he hehad hehad hebad
had the reputation of being square qur and andpossessing and1os andpoueaolng
possessing 1os euln good judgment judgmentTho judgmentTbe judgmentThe
The young oung man appreciated Youngs Youngsfriendship Youn Younfriendship Young Youngfriendehip
friendship as Uncle Nick in his official o ofilelalcapacity officialcapacity lc1a1C8
capacity C8 aclty was a maker of umpires and andgave andga andgave
gave ga him good advice A few f w years found foundthe toundthe foundthe
the youngster an umpire in tho National NationalLeague NaUonlague NationalLague
League ague Years passed p HOd and tho league leagueretired leaStMrftlred leaguertIrnd
retired Uncle Nick who is now living livingquietly livingQ livingquietly
quietly Q uletJ In Washington His young friend friendquit frlen frlenQuit friendquit
quit umpiring but stuck to baseball in inthe Inth Inthe
the th capacity of a critic That man is isJohn IIJohn isJohn
John Arnold Heydler who today Is pros president pree1dent prosIdent ¬
ident of the National ationaI League He occu occupies occupies occupies ¬
pies a position far more important than thanIt than1t thanIt
It was in Youngs Y ounc I day and responsibility responsibilitysits
sits well on his hi shoulders shouldersJohn shoulde shouldeJohn shouldersJohn
John A Heydler Heydl is a man who never nevercrowded nevercrowded novercrowded
crowded into the th spotlight apoU ht of public opin opinion opinIon opinIon ¬
ion The fans knew of him but his worka workas work workas
a as secretary of t the National League did didnot cUdnot didnot
not receive much publicity and nd his name namewas namewas namewas
was seldom mentioned Elected president presidentlast pre presidentIzt ldnt ldntast
last summer to fill flu out the unexpired unexplredterm unexpiredtem unexpiredterm
term of poor Harry Puniaai his name namebecame name1ecame nameiecaine
became more familiar to the fans through throughthe throulhth throughthe
the th attack made upon him by Owner OwnorMurphy OwnerIurphy OwnerMurphy
Murphy of the Chicago club following tollowlngUeydler1 following1eydlers followingHeydleis
Heydleis support of Umpire Klein when whenMurphy wheuI whenNurphy
Murphy I urphy filed charges cbar against that official officialla offtdall olUclallast
la l last i t summer And now he has become becomean
an issue in baseball because e of the move movement mo morn movement ¬
rn ment nt to oust him which Murphy urphy is head headin headIn headir
in ir
InIcrhapa 1erhaps the fans want to know what whatmi whatm1l1ner whatminner
mi m1l1ner nner of man and official he is who has hasIncurred hASInl1rred hasIncurred
Incurred the he enmity of the volcanic Chi Chlcacoan ChiIoan Chicaoan
cacoan < Ioan what qualification he possesses possessesand poue88lSn possessesond
and n nd why hy he IK now involved in league leaguepolitics le I sue suelolitics gueinlitics
politics although he is 1 no poltUclan politicianNobody poltUclanobody poltUclanNobody
Nobody obody ever questioned Heydlers abil ability abliity bU bUit ¬
ity it and judgment and Impartiality until untilGarry lntHGarry untilGarry
Garry Herrmann H rrmaiin owner of or the Cincin Cincinnati ClnclAnaU Cincinnati ¬
nati club and Murphy urphy last summer summersud summersud1cny sud suddenly sudden1y ¬
denly discovered tbat t al he WIll not broad ubrCNldenoush broadenough4 broadenough
enough and not big enough to be bepresident bepresident bepresident
president of the league Let us ftntt rt con consider con61der conaider ¬
sider Heydlers experience and Illness IllnessWell 11lneacn fitnesscll
Well cn Fitted liy h ICxpcrlenoc ICxpcrlenocThere KqlcrlenocThere ICXIcrlenceThere
There are few men who ho hav < seen base baseball baMball basebali ¬
ball from as many angles lea as the Na National National National ¬
tional League president He grew up in inbaseball InbasebJl Inbaseball
baseball whereas hereu some > of o the other men meneuggested meneuglested menruggeeted
euggested for him h job have viewed the thegame theJame thegame
game from only the angle an of an owner ownerHeydler ownerlieydler ownerileydler
Heydler has played baseball baeebalJnd and plays playsit
it yot YOlhaa has been an umpire has traveled traveledover traveledIer traveledover
over the country as a baseball reporter reporterand reporternnd reporterand
and for the last seven years baa handled bandiedthe handledthe handledthe
the office omc work vOrkthe the details and figures figuresof ftgurosof r rot
of the th National League Lea In short he has hasbeen 1Mbeen baabea
been the business bu lnea manager of the organ organization organ1zaUon organizatlon ¬
ization and there isnt nt a man who who3nows whoJmo who3nows
Jmo 3nows the business buln better tter than he heYou heYou heYou
You couldnt very ver well find an official officialwho omalWho ofllIalwho
who has a more Intimate knowledge of ofthe orthe ofth
the th great enterprise which organized organizedbaseball wpnlZClbASebaU organizedbsebaIl
baseball has become Few baseball exec executives exec1Jtives oxenutlves ¬
utives realize what an n umpire is up upagainst uptlgtlnat uptgnlnsL
against Heydler does Ho Was an ar arbitrator arbitrator arbitrator ¬
bitrator in tho days when the league leaguedidnt lea leaguedidnt e edidnt
didnt hack aek up the Held st ld judge jud e as it does doeunow doegnow doesnow
now and he therefore realizes rea1l the Im 1mfportance Importanc8 importance
fportance of discipline lIe never brat prattled brattied rat rattIed ¬
tIed league lea e secrets ecret yet > et withal he is I tho thofriend thofrJend thefriend
friend of every newspaper writer on the thecircuit thecircuit thecircuit
circuit He is i courteous to them all allknows anknows allknows
knows what news Is I and when wh n to tell tellIt tellIt tellIt
It and wh when n to suppress it It Nobody Nobcd cn cnquestion Cn Cn1uostlon
4 question his hi honesty Baseball reporters reportershave reporterhave reportershave
have never caught him in a lie You can cannot can1110t cantflot
not < find a scribe who wh will speak 111 of ofvhim olJhim ofhim
him That Is why the Baseball Writers WritersAssociation WritersAe WrItersAesoclatlon
Ae Association laUon Indorsee his administration administrationnnd admlnlatratlonnnd administrationand
nnd protests against tho league turning turnin turninlm turningIm
Ihim lm down without further chance to totnake tomake tomake
make good goodCharges gOOdCbnrgcs goodCharges
Charges Aflrnlnst Him HimLet 111mLet HimLet
Let us now consider the Indjctraonts Indjctraontshanded In indktmoatabanded Jctmontll Jctmontllbanded
banded down by b the tlt Murphy faction Of Ofnecessity 0 0b00t631ty Offlocesity
necessity they are few and brief They Theycum TbeyBum Theyeum
cum up this tbl way wayNot wa waNot wayNot =
Not big enough onou < h for the place placeRefuses placoRefuses placeRefuses
Refuses to lot club club ownors Intimidate Intimidateumpires Jntlmldateumpires IntimIdateumpires
umpires umpiresThats umpiresThats umpiresThats
Thats all The Urst charge c1ullr e is vague vagueand vagueand Ilguo Ilguoand
and probably prob bty means that the National NationalLeague XnUonalLeabU NaUonalLeague
League does not want an executive that
Is not a master of Intrigue and who is isrue Isl IsThe Isthe
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a better business man than an after afterdinner afterdlnnll afterdinner
dinner speaker speok r The old league has al always always always ¬
ways been a hotbed of politics Natural Naturally NaturalJy NaturalIi ¬
ly Ii some of tho members cannot under understand understand understand ¬
stand an official who stands aloof and andrefuses andrefuses andrefuses
refuses to participate in factional dis disputes dlsput dispete ¬
pete put His neutrality is not relished by a acertain acertaln acertain
certain restless re Ue element elementThe eJementThe elementThe
The charge that he supports his um umpires umptres urnpires ¬
pires Is fortunately true Wore be to toallow toallow toallow
allow petty disputes to alter games gam II die discipline dlsclpllne diecipilne ¬
cipline would be cast to the winds Heyd Heydler He Heydlet d dleI
leI prefers preC rs to see gasnes fought out on ontho ontho onthe
tho Held A protest must bo unassail unassailable una unassatiable nU nUable ¬
able from rou1 oven angle of baseball law to toget tosot togot
get by b hint biq Harry Pulllsm enforced enforceddiscipline enforcedd1sclpline enforceddiscipline
discipline Hoydlor proposes to do the thesame thesame thesame
same or step down and out He will not notform nottorm notform
form petty alliances to hold his job jobThats jobThats jobThats
Thats how big ho Is Ho may not be so sobroad soblOld sobread
broad but he is straight sLmtghtStnrtcd straightStarted straightStarted
Started as Umpire UmpireHeydler UmpireHoydler UmpireHoydier
Heydler first mixed up in baseball about abouttwenty abouttwentJ abouttwenty
twenty years ago when the crack ama amateur JUn JUnteur zna znatour ¬
teur teams of the country count played for the thachampionship tllecbamplonablp thechampionship
championship He learned th the j trade i of ofa ofa t tprinter
a printer aDd was employed in Washing Washington ¬
ton at the tune he was appointed a sub EUbstitute BubItltuto substitute
stitute umpire in the National League LeagueThat Le LeagueThat u uThat
That was in 1M6 He umpired off or oron and andon lndon
on for five years oars From the typo case casehe casehe casehe
he gradually developed Into a baseball baseballwriter baseballwriter baseballwriter
writer His first experience eXp rJence was vas on the theWashington theVlhlngton theWashington
Washington Star Than he became sport sporting BortIng sportlag ¬
ing editor of the Washington Poet At Aftercrard Atterward Atterward
terward he went back to the Star StarAs StarAs tar tarAs
As a printer Heydler made good Just Justas justI justas
as he has in everything overy thing else Ho once onceset oneeaet onceset
set type on the New York Herald and andstill andUU andstill
still UU Is an honorary member oC typo typographical JYJOgraphical Jypographical ¬
graphical Union No No6 No6During 6 6During 6During
During all those years Heydler has not notneglected notn notneglected
neglected n lected his physical welfare He thinks thinksbaseball thinksbueblll thinksbaseball
baseball is I tho best game in the world worldand worldJIcI worldand
and at his summer home at Rockaway RockawayBeach RockawayBMch RockawayBach
Beach he misses no opportunity to bat batfungoes b8tufun batfungoes
ufun fungoes e1 and chase ih Lhvm tn One bummer bummerwhen t summerwhen mmer mmerwhen
when he lived in Harlem ho was otten ottenseen ottenMer oftenseen
seen playing pI1LL bull on the diamonds at Van VanCortlandt VanCortlandt An AnCortlaDdt
Cortlandt Park He loves every outdoor outdoorsport outdoorlport outdoorsport
sport In his younger days he watt quite quitea
a roller polo player playerTraveled playerlrneled playerTraveled
Traveled with Ith Teams TeamsIn TeamsIn rcnm rcnmIn
In the old oh days tho keeping keeplngof of 0 unoffi unofficial unometa1 unoiflclal ¬
cial averages av nt5S was a new n ° w thin tlJnlt Heydler Heydlerhad Htydltrbad Heydierhad
had a statistical turn of mlnJ HI HIS iig iigures JlgVOII hgures
ures were copied all over the country He Hetraveled HetlaveJcd Hetraveled
traveled with the Washington team t8I and amithus andUlua andthui
thus got the players angle Finally he hequit hequit hequit
quit the newspaper Dew J por business butn to take tak80r tak80rIce serv service aorvIce ¬
ice with Ith the National League as mere socrotary liocrotry meretar
try tar to President Young You That was some someseven omQseen someseven >
seven or eight years Yt rs ago agoWhen a agoWhen n nWhen
When Harry PulHam was put in ofllc ofllcHeydler OtucHeydler ofUcHeydler
Heydler remained as secretary He H made madehimself madehlrnHlt msdehimself
himself so valuable that hla salary was wasraised wasraJaed wasraised
raised several veral times and finally tho tholeague thol thelegue
league l ue appreciated him by making his hisoffice II IIoUko bsotflce
office an elective one So well did Heyd Heydler Hedl Heydicr ¬
ler l r serve that nobody ever eve thought of ofputting t tputlIng fputting
putting another man in the place Put Pullutm Putlbun Put11am
lutm had his troubles but the secretary secretarywas MCretJIrywas secretarywas
was not touched by b baseball politics He Heattended Heattended Heattended
attended to the iKwks and 00 during the thelast thelaat thelast
last year of Pulllants administration administrationpractically administrationpractically dmlnldcrattonpractically
practically ran the league JeB < ue Pulliam al always always always ¬
ways consulted Hoydler about his umpire umpireassignments um umlreassignments lre lreAWlpmcnte
assignments Last summer when Heyd Heydler Hedler Heydler ¬
ler was placed in the executive chair cb ttr he hehandled hehandled hehandled
handled his umpires well Discipline was wasplaced wasplaced wasplaced
placed above everything else and yet the theumpires theumplr theumpires
umpires umplr were ore constantly admonished admonlth to toavoid tovokl toavoid
avoid vokl trouble and m a overlook petty in infractions Intractions 1nfractions ¬
fractions fractionsThe tractionsThe fractionsThe
The campaign against Heydler has hasearned htsearned hasearned
earned the condemnation condom nation of f a inHJnrlty of ofbaseball IfbuebtlU ofbtseball
baseball critics and fans The Chicago Chicagomagnate Chicagomagnate Chicagomagnate
magnate has nas directed invectives against againstseveral againstHveral agatngtseveral
several other club owners on various oc occasions oecalonl ccculons ¬
casions and has assailed tho national nationalcommission nationalcommlll8lon nationalcommission
commission of which Heydler Is a a mem member member memher ¬
ber One thing that tho scribes B rlbes cannot cannotunderstand cannotunderstand cannotunderstand
understand is how 110 > iw t11 ipagnatcs Ipagnft wash washtheir WMhtheir washtheir
their dirty linen during tho playing sea season seaeon en enson ¬
son and then fall Into each others nnrs nnrsat nnrsat flIWSat
at the winter sessions and gush aliout alioutgood n eboutgood out outgood
good fellowship They The call aU each orher orherhard oh orherhard r rharl
hard names naan in the summer time and have havetheir haveU1etr havetheir
their knives whetted at the league J 3 meet meetings we 1 1lng tlags ¬
lags lng but exude nothing but compliments complimentsin
in public In their th lr executive exe Jtlvt sessions sessionshowever tusionshowever Istdonshowever
however the fur flics flicsStands m mStandI flIStands
Stands on Ilia Record llccordIn UccordInsuch RecordIn
In Insuch such chicanery Heydlor is unskilled unskilledHo unskilledHe unskhIldHo
Ho stands on his record I IJ the league leaguedoesnt IC leaguedoesnt Jue Juedo
do doesnt nt want tmt him ha will step out Ho Hohas Hohas Hohas
has a printing business in Washington Washingtonthat Washingtonthat aahfnston aahfnstonthat
that nocds him But if he is ousted the theNational theNatlonal theNational
National League will make one more moremistake moremistake moremistake
mistake and the organization or anlzntlm has been beenguilty litenguUty beenguilty
guilty of a few Heydler He dler fa not an activo activecandidate activocandidate activocandidate
candidate and ho is not loading up with withobligations wl111obllbat1ons withobllbatlon5
obligations to insure his realection realectl n He Hedoesnt Hedoesnt Hedoesnt
doesnt care to be interviewed interviewedI Inlorleodknow
I know nothing of what la going on onhe onhe onhe
he said except what I read in the pa papers papers papors ¬
pers and I dont know how mUh of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that information ts accurate I am ask asking askIng a8klug ¬
ing for no favors The league has a per perfect perfed perfcct ¬
fed right to retire me but if that hap happens handflS ¬
pens 1 dflS ns I will go out of office knowing that
1 1 enjoy the confidence of the critics and andpatrons andpatrons andpatrons
patrons of the game There Is just one onething onething onething
thing I will not stand for nnd that is tho thotrumping thotrumping thetrumplng
trumping up of false charges against my myconduct myconduct myconduct
conduct In office officeWhich officeWhIch officeWhich
Which means that if Charley Murphy Murphyreopons Murphyreopens Murphyreopens
reopens the Klom case ho will get a bat battle battle battie ¬
tle tleJohn
John Hoydler Hodle has worked up to his po position 10sitton position ¬
sition His is no unearned reward ha haowes h6owes haowes
owes his place to no favoritism tnvorltls and he hedeserves hedeserves hedeserves
deserves the honor andthe and the salary Then Thenwhy Thenwb Thenwhy
why wb should he be retired on such ridicu ridiculous rIdiculous ridicuhoes ¬
lous charges ohargoaOrientals oharsoolOrlentnb chargesOrlntahs
Orientals Defeat Jf Streets StreetsTho StreetsTho StreetsThe
Tho Orientals won an Interesting 5too 6toOgame 5toogame 5toOgame
game from tho N Street Athletic Club Clubyesterday Clubyesterday Clubyesterday
yesterday The feature was the playing playlnjof playingof
of Hines Hines1 Gottlieb Hunter and Thomas
o OccTc400 cm < GOORO raort Lie
Central Y M C A A Is Victor in inClose inOlose inClose
Close Basketball Contest ContestSecond ContestSecond ContestSecond
Second Game of Washington City CityScries Oft OftSerlc3 CitySerle3
Scries Goes to strong Asso Assoelation Assodntlon Assoiut1on
elation Quint QuintThe QuintThe QuintThe
The Central Y 1 M I C C A A bastietbaN bastietbaNteam bulletballteam ot otteAm
team and the quint representing roprCl ttab the Car Carroll Carroll r rroll ¬
roll Institute Clashed ckl ec1 In the second game gameof PM PMor gameof
of tho Washington uhtn on City basketball series serieslast aer1calut whoalast
last night and after a hard contest OOD the theY th thY theY
Y M C A men captured the large end endof endot endof
of the score of 31 to 10 10The lThe 10The
The game was played ia the Y M f C CA CA C CA
A gym and the home team fairly ran ranthe raAthe ranthe
the visitors off Qrr their feet In the th first few fewminutes 1e 1eminutes fewminutes
minutes of play but the institute men mensoon JIteftsoon mensoon
soon caught on to things and n4 the Y M MC MC MC
C A A team had to work for every one of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their points pointsThe OmtLThe poIntsThe
The winners were outwelghted but buteasily butenaUy butoastiy
easily made up the odds with ith their speed speedaccuracy sPMdaeeuraey speedaccuracy
accuracy and seeming better knowledge knowledgeof knowlflcJ knowlflcJor
of tho game Allen playing left forward forwardfor forwardCor forwardfor
for the Y M Me C A A quint although a ashort ashort ashort
short youngster r was w one of the most mostaggressive moataggreutV6 mostggreutvs
aggressive and a slippery players pia OB the thefloor thefloor thefloor
floor w while l1e Crogan a 8 > former Y M C A Aman Aman Aman
man who played last night at right ht for forward forward forward ¬
ward for tho losers was taS the star player playerfor 1JIa7erfor playerfor
for his side sideTho sideThe
The series is well under way now and anda nd nda
a close fight for the finish is expected expectedBut extedBut expectedBut
But two games have hlv been played and the thenext thenext
I next one is scheduled for Tuesday night nightbetween nIghtbetween nightbetween
between Carroll Institute aad the Fort FortMyer FortM FortMycr
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Olympia A C Wants Vunt Games GamesThe GnmcTbe GamesThe
The Olympia Athletic Club would ould like liketo liketo liketo
to meet any an 120 1 or ID pound team in or oraround oraround oraround
around the District The Olymplas meet meetthe mHtthe meetthe
the Holy Name altar boys today and a agood agood agood
good game is I assured The Olympian will willline willJlne willline
line up as follows Full back Peake Peakeright Peakeright Peaksright
right half back ThorneUe Thorn otto left half back backMcDonald bAckIcDonald backMcDonald
McDonald quarter back Dodge right rightguard rlhtguard rightguard
guard Betz right tackle Swan riifht riifhtend rld1tend rIhtend
end Costello captain center Walls Wallsleft WallaleU Wailsleft
left guard Bradshaw left tackle Tipton Tlptonleft TiptonleU Tiptonleft
left end Smith Address W J Prockel Prockelton Prockelton Prockelton
ton Tenth and C streets northeast
Dam ot Miss Hobson o 2174 217
A few years ago there was brought Into IntoWashington IntoWashhaton IntoWashtxigton
Washington a drove of horses from Cin Cincinnati Cincinnati CIacinnati ¬
cinnati Among AmOD tho lot was a handsome handsomebreedy handsomebreedy handsomebreedy
breedy looking and richly colored bay baymare baymnre baymare
mare a trifle trl o abovo fifteen hands which whichattracted whichattracted whichattracted
attracted the attention of Thomas Thomast ThomasDun Dun Dunworth Dunworth Dunworth
worth a local connoisseur of blooded bloodedhorseflesh biooded bioodedhorsefiesh bloodedhorseflesh t
horseflesh After some little negotiations negotiationsshe
she became his property was driven on onthe onthe Onthe
the road and excited much admiration admirationSeveral ndpllraUonSeveral admIrationSeveral
Several very ery tempUng offers oti rs wore woro re refused retUled refused ¬
fused for her herI herAbout herAbout
I About six years ago Sir Dunworth de decided decided decidcd ¬
cided to breed her to Hobson Ho a good and andfast andfast andfast
fast son of Happy Lad he In turn a son sonof sono eonof
of o Happy Russell 222 22 by Mambrino MambrinoRussell lIambrinoRusseU MambrinoRussell
Russell and ho a a son of Woodford aiam aiambrlno lInmbrJno Mft Mftbrino
brlno 221 2ZW and the celebrated celebrated Miss Rus Russell Russell Ruesell ¬
sell by Pilot Jr In due time the Dun Dunworth DunVtOrth Dunworth
worth mare produced produ a a filly which Mr MrDunworth MrDunworth Ir IrDunworth
Dunworth named Miss Hobson which whichwhen whichwhen whichwhen
when a tijreoyoarold won a a match race raceat raceat raceat
at half tal mile heats ovor the Brightwood Brightwoodtrack Brlghtwoodtrack BrightwOodtrack
track against a local horse Last spring springMiss springUss springMiss
Miss Uss Hobson became tho property of E EF EF EF
F Hall of o this city and was put Into Intotraining 1ntotrnlnlng Intotraining
training and raced raced getting a record of
217 which is not by several seconds secondsthe secondstho ecofldsthe
the limit of her speed at the tbopnce tbopnceThose pace paceThose paceThose
Those who are in the know claim she shebaa shebl1D Shebae
baa been guilty Uty of eighths ia I thirteen
Bf iin OG
Green Mountain ountain Boys Put Up Great GreatFight GreatFight GreatFight
Fight FightNeither Fightcltber Fightcithicr
Neither cltber Side Able blc to Score in the theo theOpetIasg
01101111117 o lJCII illJ Period l urlodlrIllnl Final Figures FiguresArc Phurcsre FiguresAre
Arc re 12 to 3 3Cambridge 3OJRbrk1 3Cambridge
Cambridge OJRbrk1 Mass I Nov 11 11BY Br a score scoreof aooreor scoreof
of 11 to 3 Harvard won a deancat vic victory vietory ic ictory ¬
tory from Dartmouth today tocJa Both tmms tmmsput t tpct tosmsput
put up a great light Neither team t was wasable w wab wasable
able ab to come coin within striking distance In hithe Inthe Inthe
the first half although Harvard kept the theball thei
i ball in her opponents territory most of ofI o oI ofthe
I the th time timeIn UmeIn timeIn
In this half Dartmouth made ooly one oneflrst oneftnt oneOrat
flrst down against pt three for Harvard HarvardNeither HazvanlN HarvardNeither
Neither N llher side attempted any open plays playsbut pla7Jbut playsbut
but resorted to the old plunging tactics tacticsMarks tact1caMark tacticsMarks
Marks found tho Crimson line too stilt urr a aproposition aJMopotdtlon aproposition
proposition for many gains ga tl but his work workon workon workon
on defense told agalast a t the Harvard Harvardbacks HananIback Harvardbacks
backs and nd though they the broke through the theforwards thetorwarda theforwards
forwards of o the Green yot they woro woregenerally worogeaeraJly worogenerally
generally stopped 8t pt6d short by the th big full fullback fultback fullback
back backBoth backBoth
Both teams t ams were forced to punt re repeatedly repeatedly repeatediy ¬
peatedly and Mlnots work was decidedly decidedlyinferior docldedbIwerlCK decidedlyinterior
inferior to o that of IngersoH who at the theend theend theend
end of the first half had piled up a total tetalof telalor totalof
of 1W tQ yards more than his h rival To Toward Toward Toward ¬
ward the end of the second half Sprague Spraguafor Spracuefor Spraguefor
for Harvard did much better Al Although AItl1oul1 Although ¬
though Dartmouth had the bettor of it itin ItIn ItIn
in punting yet Harvards rtshlng game gamewas ImeWU gamewas
was going 3 to 1 better than her op opponents opponents oppononts ¬
ponents ponentsIn
In the second half both teams came cameback camehlick camehack
back strong and the game was w full Of Ofsnap otsnap ofsnap
snap and ginger until final time Ula was wascalled waacall wascalled
called call d The greatest contest of tho aft afternoon afternoon at t ternoon ¬
ernoon was between Fisher Fish or of Harvard Harvardand Harvaroand Harvardand
and Capt Tobin in opposing guard po positions po posltlona posittone ¬
sitions Lineup LineupHarmd LlnoupJIUTani LineupRrmrd
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seconds quarters In thirty seconds and andthat andthat andthat
that when she wag wa real good during the theracing theracIng theracing
racing season just closed could pace a amile amUe amile
mile around 209 However this may ma bo boMiss boo booMiss beMiss
Miss Hobson is considered by Intelligent Intelligentand Intell1lontand intelligentand
and reliable local horsemen to be the themost themost themost
most phenomenal mare it t the pace ever everbred eorbred everbred
bred In the District of Columbia It Is Isbocauao Isboeause Isbecause
because of all those details that the Dun Dunworth DunWorth Dunworth
worth mare is featured in these columns columnsSho columnsShe columnsShe
She has recently been bred to Alto AltoDowey AltoDewey AltoDewey
Dewey son of Admiral Dewey Alto AltoDeweys AltoDeweys AltoDeweys
Deweys dam being a daughter of Palo PaloAlto PaloAlto PaloAlto
Alto 203 to high wheels a worlds worldsstallion worldssta1JJon worldsstallion
stallion record when mode Admiral AdmiralDowey AdmiralDowe AdmiralDowey
Dowey Dowe Is a son of Blngon 206 2O6h and andNancy andNanc andNancy
Nancy Nanc Hanks 2M by Happy Medium Mediumout lI Mediumout dlum dlumout
out of Nancy Nancy Lee by Dictator The foal foalif CoalIt foalif
if It lives and grows up to horsehood horsehoodshould horehoot1should horsoboodshould
should place the Dunworth mare in the thegreat thosreat thegreat
great brood mare list listThe listThe listThe
The breeding of tho Dunworth mare Is Isuntraced Islntraced isuntraced
untraced but efforts are being made to toestablish toestab11sh toestablish
establish her blood lines That she is a ahighly abllhl ahighly
highly bllhl bred mare there can be no ques question QUestion question ¬
tion and she is a splendid Individual Individualwith Jndlvldualwith individualwith
with it all Should all eqorts to trace tracethe tracethe tracethe
the blood lines of the Dunworth mare marefail maretaU marefall
fail she wfil be In the th class of the dam damof damor darnof
of George Wilkes the dam of Abdallah I Isiro Isire Isire
sire of HambletonianX X and of the dam damof damot damof
of Abdallah XV the three named being beingamong beingamonG beingamong
among our very greatest progenitors of ofspeed orspood ofspeed
Speedway Sp edway Opening Promises PromisesIncrease PromisesIncrease PromisesIncrease
Increase of Interest InterestPROGRAMME InterestPROGRAMME InterestPBOGRAMHE
3Jatlncc at Official Beginning DC lnning of New XCTVCourse XeuOOl1rllC NewCourse
Course la Opening for Many Inn Vari Varieties Varletlcs ynrleties ¬
eties of Horieflcsh IIor HorseflcsitJ crhHlbJ J S Snnabnry SnnabnryExpect San SnnsburyExpects hur hurExpecb
Expect LarKTc Crowd at Ills For Forciitvllle liorcshllle Forcstville
ciitvllle Track on Tlinnksslvliffir TlinnksslvliffirBy TJnnlughhJ TJnnlughhJD Tlanksg1vIzB
The formal opening of the new Speed Speedway 9peOOpromMa Speedwa ¬
way wa promises to to o produce a revival of oflight orI oflight
light I ltit barue harness Interest in the District of ofColumbia orColumbia ofClumbia
Columbia ColumbiaTha ColumbiaThe ClumbiaThe
The programme as outlined by those thosehaving UaoMhaTtng thosehaving
having tho event In hand ta III happily happlbbrOfld happilybroad happilybroad
broad enough ia scope to bring into a acommon acommon acommon
common fold all u of the u several horse In Interests InterCIIUJ intercetj ¬
terests in the District of Columbia with withthe wtthth withthe
the th single siftS exception of the heavy draft drattIt draftif draftIf
If tho revival goes oe far enough the day daymay claymay daymay
may soon arrive when the lastnamed lastnamedclass lutnllmpcl lutnllmpclclus laatnampdclass
class will have ba its innings in an annual annualhorse anedalhora aniuRlhorse
horse show to be held on the thabTOtmda groonds ef efthe erthe ofthe
the Potomac Park ParkNo ParkNo ParkNo
No good reason can be produced why whythe wit witthe whythe
the city ef Washington should not not during duringtho duringtho duringthe
tho early spring or faU months rpW an anexposition anexpGllitlo anoxposltioea
exposition of horseflesh honIe eah We W Va have In our ourmidst ourJIIklItt ourmidst
midst enough good horses he of all classes classesto
to Li make a respectable showing and once oncethe one onethe oncethe
the scheme soh is put into action a a rivalry rivalrywfll rlTaJrJwtU rlysirywilt
wilt spring sprl up ip among lovers of tho horse horsethat horthat horsethat
that will not end until the Capital ptt1 of o the thaNation OMNattoA theNation
Nation sia stands 4s in the front t rank to tail tailrespect UWIrpeet thisrespect
respect respectThe rpeetThe
a a a aThe
The writer of this column Is one Wash WashIngtonian Washingtonlezt ub ubIngOOna
Ingtonian who believes that the commit committee CORUDtttee committee ¬
tee which met early hut week and draft drafted 4nteel drafted ¬
ed ed a programme p raname for the opening openl of the thenew thennr thenew
new Speedway betided better than tbejr tbejrknew tbvknew tbyknew
knew and that they have paved the way wayfor wayfor aT aTfor
for the accomplishment of great things thingsThey thlnpThe thingsThey
They The have recognized the speed and sad sadi add saddl
i die d dl horse the heavy harness harn horse the thehorse thehorse thehor
horse hor that can get his knees up to his bischin hisdam bInchin
chin while in motion and the horse horsethat horHthat horsethat
that can get et over timber Even tho thowiry thowiry thewiry
wiry little polo pony will be able to come comein comein oomeIn
in for his share of recognition and if all allthe allthe allthe
the details decal of the scheme are faithfully faithfullycarried ta1lhtuUycarried faithfullycarried
carried out the city of Washington whI tOft will willproduce wUIproduce willproduce
produce such a carnival of horseflesh hOrH Mh as aswill asill aswilt
will ill attract international attention attentionIt
It e An < n be accomplished if every lover of ofthe otthe ofthe
the horse In th the District of Columbia Columbiatakes Columbiatak Columbiatakes
takes tak hold of the matter in the proper properway properay properway
way ay If there are any knockers knocke let letthem letthem letthem
them take takethenwelvN themselves for the time tim being beingto beingto beingto
to the tall Umber and pessimists should shouldfollow shouldtollow shouldfollow
follow closely in their trail The time timehas timehu timehas
has arrived when it is no longer a ques question quoaUon questhen ¬
then of men but of measures Action is isneeded Isneeded Isneeded
needed and not talk Social rank should shouldcut shouklcut shouldcut
cut no figure ft e The West End should Join Joinhands joinhands joinhands
hands for once with every other end of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the city in making the t event a success It Itwill Itwill Itwill
will not soil Its gloves or its clothing clothingor
or detract one iota from its dignity dignityIt
It will find on the grounds men and andwomen andwomen andwomen
women quite as respectable as itself al although althOUgh 1 1though ¬
though they may not figure in the Wash Washington Washlngton YuhInston ¬
ington Whos os Who U Every man and andwoman andwoman andwoman
woman in Washington who loves the thehorse thehorae thehorse
horse should henceforth labor to make makethe makethe makethe
the proposed d horse show and speed car carnival earn1val carnival ¬
nival an event to which every citizen can canlook canlOOk eanlook
look back upon with sincere pride prideEvery pcldeEvery pridevec3
Every vec3 horseman who fto has h driven over overtho oyerthe overthe
the finished quarter of the new Speedway Speedwaypronounces Speedwaypronounces Speedwaypronounces
pronounces it one of the fastest pieces of ofdirt oCdirt ofdirt
dirt in the Untiec < States The top soil soilwhich BOIlwhich soilwhich
which was pumped from the bottom of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Potomac is of a peculiar nature The Thesubsoil Theaubeoll Thesubsoil
subsoil was Wa of muck over which was waslaid waalaSd waslaid
laid a a covering of ashes ash JS The result resultproves rMUltprove resultproves
proves that tho tb course cou e Is of an elastic or orspringy oraprlnsy orspringy
springy nature and aids the horse as he hestrides bes hesrldei
strides s srldei ldft over it It Superintendent McCaully McCaullyhas McCaul1ybas McCauZlyhas
has made ma the most of the existing con conditions condltkms conditlons ¬
ditions and has put the completed quar quarter quarter quarter ¬
ter in splendid shape for speeding For Forupward Forupwaro Forupward
upward of six weeks past he has been up upwith up1th upwith
with 1th the lark driving things with a forty fortyhorsepower fortyhotsepower fortyhorsepower
horsepower and has only quit the thegrounds OUtgrounds thegrounds
grounds when darkness Intervened With Withthe Withthe 1lth 1lththe
the limited implements be has had at athand atband t thnd
hand fas has done wonders and ad when ban all allIs allill allis
Is done and over 0 with common decency decencywill decencYwill decencywill
will award to him the lions sbaro of ofcredit orcredit ofcredit
credit creditThe creditThe
a S S S SThe
The question is frequently asked among amonghorsemen amo amonghorsemen g ghorlomon
horsemen in the District of Columbia ColumbiaWhere ColumbiaWhere ColumbiaWhere
Where shall we go now that Bright Brightwood 1kightwood Brightwood
wood has gone out of commission 7 The Theanswer TheJlIwor Theanswer
answer la easy ce 1 Tho Burke Va v track trackin trackIn trackin
in 1910 will 111 be doing business at tho old oldstand oldstand oldstand
stand just as it has for the pest two twoseasons twosOtUIOnL twoseasons
seasons Henry Henr Copperthlte owner on of ofthe otthe ofthe
the course has ha decided already alread to give giveracee Gheraee giveraces
races on Decoration Day as s usual an anwill and alldwIll andvIil <
will also 180 give meetings meetln on July 4 and andLabor andLabor andLabor
Labor Day Da Dr J S Sansbury expects expectsto
to build a a grand stand on his track dur during durIng durIng ¬
ing the winter or spring and sufficient sufficientstabling sufilclentstabling suflicientstabling
stabling to accommodate all the horses horsesliable horsesliable horsesliable
liable to demand room Forestvllle Md Mdwhere Mdwhere Mdwhere
where the track 1 Is located is only onJ eight eightmiles clghtmilts eightmiles
miles distant from the city and can be boreached bereached bereached
reached over a fine pike It can can also bo boreached boreached bereached
reached by trolley trolleyEdward troU trolleyEdward y yEdward
Edward Daniels contemplates c erecting erectingin
in the near future a number of stables stablesadjacent stablesadjacent stablesadjacent
adjacent to his track at Autoville near nearBerwyn DoarBerwn nearBerwyn
Berwyn He will also construct a grand grandstand grandstand grandstand
stand in the beautiful grove adjoining the thetrack thetrnde thetrack
track and extend the latter a full hall hallmile halemUe halfmile
mile Either one of the tracks mentioned mentionedIs
Is safer faster and better in every overythan was wasthan waythan
than the old Brightwood course and rae racing r3cInS raebig ¬
InS events will be given over o r each ol olthem or orthem ofthem
them during the coming comin summer The Theonly Theonl TheOnly
only onl valid criticism that can be made madeagainst madeagainst madeagainst
against either of the tracks mentioned is isthat 18that lethat
that they are not close to the city clt The TheAutoville TheAutoJIle TheAutoville
Autoville track can be reached In fifteen fifteenminutes fiteonrnlnutoo fifteenminutes
minutes by either steam car or trolley or orIf orIe orIf
If one wishes to drive out ho can do so soover soover soover
over one of the finest pikes In this coun country country courttry ¬
try In fortyfive minutes from Washing Washington Wasblngton Wanbington ¬
ton Burke can be reached by b steam cars oarsIn carsIn carsin
In a few minutes ride rideMr rideIr rideMr
Mr Ir Daniels has decided to give another anothermatinee anothormatinee anothermatinee
matinee on Wednesday of this week at athis athis athis
his Autoville track Tho events will com comprise comprJse cornprice ¬
price trotting t otUng and pacing pacln races the thehorses thehorses thehorses
horses taking part being classified on the theday theda theday
day da of the meeting after their arrival A Anumber Anumbor Anumber
number of Washington horses are ex expected 6peeted oxpected ¬
pected to partlcipato in the events as aswell aswell aswell
well as horses owned In Prince George Georgeand Georgeand Georgeand
and Montgomery counties A feature of ofthe ortho ofthe
the day will be two mule races owners ownersto ownersto ownersto
to ride Dr J S Salisbury expects a arecordbreaking nrecortlbrt a arecordbreaking
recordbreaking recortlbrt > aklng crowd at his track No November November November ¬
vember 26 Thanksgiving Day Somo of ofthe orthe ofthe
the horses that are expected to partici participate participate partielpate ¬
pate In the events of the day da are already alreadyat
at the track and are being beln worked ovor ovorit ovorIt overit
it The match race between Kushan
218 and Russell G 217 21 213 promises to tobe tobe tobe
be one of the leading features fe turea of the aft afternoons aCternoons afternoons ¬
ernoons sport Kushan is being prepared preparedat
at Forestville while Russell G Is being beingworked beingworked beingworked
worked for the present over the new newSpeedway newSpeedway newSpeedway
Speedway SpeedwayThe SpeedwayThe SpeedwayThe
The lastnamed horse is In splendid con condition condition condition ¬
dition Kushan is not quite as hard but buthe buthe buthe
he Is a horse that conditions quickly and anddoes anddoes anddoes
does not need much hard work to put puihim puthim puthim
him on edge He always has his speed speedAll sp ephedAll cd cdAll
All he needs is condition to carry It it The The2tO
220 trot and pace which will be pulled pulledoff pulledof pulledoft
off the same day Is also exciting much muchInterest muchlnteresUThe muchInterest
Interest The horses which will take part partIn partIn partIn
In lnteresUThe that ivent vent will probably bo the same samefield Barnofield samefield
field W which cb made such a splendid exhlbl
tion over the track a tow weeks since sinceCountry b eCountry sIneCountry
Country Jake Jab Linkwood May Trixey TrixeyCarrlclta Trtxe TrtxeCarriclta ThxeyCarriclta
Carriclta and Red Rock The country countryrace countryrace countryrace
race trill ill include a number of excellent excellenthorsas excellenthoros excellenthorses
horses which although they do not pos possess poee4I8 peasees ¬
sees extreme speed are closely c1o 1y 1yand matched matchedand utqhedand
and will put up an exciting exdtl t race The Thecountry TheOOUBtry Thecohutry
country dinner which will be served on onthe onthe onthe
the grounds will put all present in good goodhumor goodhumor goodhumor
humor humorPhilip humorPbUtp humorPhilip
Philip steubener of Badnster m Biadanabazrehased dIn8bm pw pwehascd
ehascd on Monday last the fast tutloan pacing pacingmare padhLimare
mare Cora ora Wiggins V tM of Richardson RtcbanI80nWllltRm RichardsonVIliItna A AWllltnms
Wllltnms WllltRm of < Norfolk and the mare bat baibeen ha habeen batbeett
been delivered d4UVE ru She Sbi is a a breedylooking breedylookingsteel weeclylookinllte1 broodylookinggLOY
steel te1 gray mare of upwartt of 13 in inheight ibotght inheight
height and is 1 by Leteber Let ber sire of the fast fustthreeyearold tJItthreeyrold fastthreeyearold
threeyearold Sh Thomas Lipton dam damby 4amby damby
by Wiggins st 211 2i tt he by Aberdeen It ItMr is isMr IsMr
Mr Steubeners intention to use his new newpurchase DeWpurchase newpurchase
purchase on the Speedway and it is ru rumored ru rumored rumored ¬
mored that she is a pacer to be reckoned reckonedwith reckolledwith reckonedwith
with on the straightaway htawy Edward Dan Daniels Da DaIe DeeIcis ¬
iels Ie has purchased from the same firm firmthe Slrmthe firmtho
the great speedway mare Trilby Trf br She Sb is isa fabrecdylooklnc Isa
a breodyIpoking brecdYiookin chestnut mare by Beam BeamS Beama
5 S dam a a fast road mare with a record recordof recordof recordof
of 21612 H 1 Beam S Is by Stranger and andStranger andStranger Be BeStranger
Stranger is l a son of Gen Washington Washingtonand WhID8tOnand
and Goldsmith Maid 214 14 i4 Gen Wash Washingtons W Wlucton WashInglons ¬
ingtons lucton dam was u the celebrated celebrat Lady LadyThorn Lad7Thorn LadyThorn
Thorn 2ttK 2i Washingtons Wa btnCtoD sire was wasGen WUGen wasCeo
Gen Knox JBOX 231 3S for which the late lateHenry lateH lateRetry
Henry H N Smith of Fashion Farm New NewJersey NewJeney NewJersey
Jersey gave ylt 86QM toO upward of thirtyfive thirtyfiveyears thtrtyftveMn thirtyfiveyears
years Mn ago Trilby is also 180 a pacer and it itis Itt itIs
is said that in her long career on the thespeedway tbeapeed thespeedway
speedway apeed she has never been beaded but butonce butcmoe butonce
once cmoeAter onceAfter
S S S S SAstor
After the Madison Square Garden sale ssJewhich Iebldt salewhich
which bldt begins be November N Js it is highly highlyprobable IIIshirprobbie highlyprobable
probable that additional speed will be bebrought bebrou1bt bebrought
brought to the city The three Morris Morrisbrothers Moniabrothen Morrisbrothers
brothers John Michael and William Williamhave WWIaInKve WUIIaDIhave
have decided to visit the sales ring r on the thedate thedate thedate
date mentioned mentl ued ae has also George W WGoodacre Were WGoocre
Goodacre ere and other lovers of fast horse boneNti horseflesh horseflesh ¬
flesh Nti residing in Washington All horses horsespurchased hOlSeflpUrehaHd horsespurchased
purchased will 111 be used on the Speedway SpeedwayPeter SpeedwaYPeter SpeedwayPeter
Peter Loftus is also looking for a little littlespeed Utt1eA littleI
speed I A E Brooke is inclined to dip dipinto dipInto dipInto
into speed again and will also o visit the theGarden theGardeJa theGoat
Garden GardenGen
Gen 0 Charles Heyward of the Marine MarineCorps XarlncCor MarineCorps
Corps Cor retired was on the new Speedway Speedwaya
a few days dqo since and went away awqooupIy so thor thoroughly thoroughty ¬
oughly enthused l over 0 the looks of things thingsthat W Wtht thingsthat
that he h announced that be be too thought thoughthe thoaPtbe thoughthe
he would return to the game by making makinga
a visit to the Garden GardenThe GardenS eP ePThe
S S S S SThe
The saddest news horsemen everywhere everywherehave ev everywherehave e ehaye
have received for many maa J months ontba is the in intelligence 11IteJ Intelligenee ¬
telligence teJ Dee that Hamburg Bell BeD 24H4 t1 t1deaL 01M to todead Isdead
dead Whether the dead daughter ler of ofAxworthy ofAxworthy ofAxworthy
Axworthy 215 1544 and Sally Simmons had hadreached hadreadted hadreached
reached the full limit of her speed or not notta DOtSa notIs
ta now a question that must be consigned consignedto
to the realm of o speculation That she shewas shethe shewag
was the greatest race mare that baa thus thusfar thusv thusfe
far fe v appeared most m be conceded Her two twomiles twomUe twomiles
miles in a race in 2 61J4 and 208 2 the thesecond theaecond thesecond
second heat being betn only a quarter of orJIeCOnd a asecond a asecond
second slower than tho first one OIM demon demonstrates demonstrat demonatrates ¬
strates strat what a wonderful trotter she was wasShe wuShe wasShe
She spent the spring seasons of IfiKtt 1QS iit in inWashington inWashington IaWashington
Washington preparatory to her trips tripsEatsward tripsEataward IINI IINIEataWUd
Eatsward and if there was a a horseman horsemanhi
In this bailiwick who predicted that she shewould aMwould shewould
would rise to such extreme turf tur eminence eminenceand emlDeDceand eminenceand
and become the trotting queen of the theworld tMworld theworki
world the writer of these lines has never BeVerheanl neverbeard neverheard
heard of him b1a She was a a plainly made madebrown madebrown madebrown
brown mare of about 12 i in height Her Heraction Heraction HeractIon
action even at extreme speed was not notparticularly DOtpart1eularly notparticularly
particularly impressive as her stride u14elow waslow was waslow
low and sweeping and she carried her herhead herhead herhead
head low lowShe lowShe lowShe
She was a a line trotter as are nearly all allthe aUth6 allth
the th fastest t latterday trotters trott and as she sheglided sheIfUded shegilded
glided from quarter to quarter with her herstealing aecateatlng herstealing
stealing gait she deceived every 8Y one who whodid whoCUd whodid
did not hold clock in hand But one other othermare othermare I Imare
mare mare Lady Lad Thorn 2184 2W J8I matched her herexactly herI herexactly
exactly in gait and that splendid daugh daughter c1aUChtel daughtet ¬
tel of Mambrino Chief II was never her herequal herequal herequal
equal except in the matter of gameness gameneesIn pmeneuIn
In the matter of blood lines Hamburg HamburgBelle BaaabuI1uen HomburgBelle
Belle was aa JU inbred Winces WIIk Her B sire sireAxworthy sire sireAx sireAxWOrthy
Axworthy Ax thy is a a son of ofAxteJt AxteO 3 Z SK 232 U i2 the thefirst thelrat thefirst
first threeyearold stallion to gain such7 such a atow alow
tow 10 record and which sold for the sum sumof sumof sumof
of SM6ee the day he accomplished plta his hishitherto hI8hitherto hishitherto
hitherto unparalleled feat over the Terre TerreHaute TorreHute TerreHaute
Haute track in the early WL Ws Axtell was wasa wasI wasa
a son oa of William L an untried sire and andhe aD4he andhe
he a son of George Wilkes 222 22 by byHam byHambletonlan Hara Harabletonian Hambletonlan
bletonlan X and Dolly Spanker believed believedto beUey l lto
to be by b Henry Clay VIIL Sally Sall Sim Simmons SmmoM Shumona ¬
moM dam of Hamburg Hamb Belle was a adaughter adauchter adaughter
daughter of Simmons 228 S 8 by b George GeorgeWilkes Georpl1kee GeorgeWilkes
Wilkes l1kee 222 2 For some unknown reason reasonno reaOllno reasonno
no other strain of blood has succeeded as ashas asaM ashas
has the Wilkes blood In the matter of In Intense in intenM intense ¬
tense inbreeding Ordinarily inbreeding inbreedingthe
the American trotter brings to the sur surface surfac6 surface ¬
face more defects than virtues inasmuch inasmuchas
as the American light harness horse is isnot 1anot Isnot
not as yet a fixed type typeDd and he still auf suffers auffens satfezs ¬
fens from the defects of his coldblooded coldbloodedancestors coidblooded coidbloodedaoce coldbloodedancestors
ancestors ancestorsJust aoce ancestorsJust toes toesJU8t
Just how much lodger I ser the Wilkes strain straincan atraJncan straincan
can stand such intense Jn inbreeding Inbreedingsome Inbreedingsomeof ome omeoC some someof
of it decidedly lncestuouaw incestuous is a grave gravequestion FVeqne gravequestion
question tlon Certainly Carta1n Certainly y there are but few in instances tntaDCflS Instances ¬
stances in breeding annals that parallel parallelthe parallelthe parallelthe
the history of the Wilkes Ytlk strain up up to todat to todate todata
date dat Count OrtoCC of Russia R founder of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the family of o that name name did actually in inbreed Inbreed Inbreed
breed for ex three generations gen atooa < in order to tofound tofound tofound
found a family f8D ly of trotters But his cx excuse cxCM cxcuse ¬
cuse In so doing was to fo bend nd a family familythat fllmO fllmOthat fsmilythat
that would go on the th trot In this he hesucceeded hesuccee hesucceeded
succeeded succee e In the case of the Wilkes Wilkesfamily WilkesfmllY Wilkesfamily
family the blood teas been used so freely freelybecause treel treelbecause freelybecause
because the Wilkes blood Is a a racewin racewinning rc4wmnln racewinning ¬
ning nln strain and breeders believe bellenat at least leastsome Mst80me leastsome
some breeders believe beUevetbt that one cannot cannotget caftDOtset cannotget
get too much of it It While breeders of ofthe otthe ofthe
the thoroughbred have hay in times U past in inbred Inbred Inbred ¬
bred to certain strains of blood they theyhave the thehaYO theyhave
have been very careful to breed out at atintervals atInttrvaJs atIntervals
intervals in order not to Intensify defects defectsWhilo defectsS fecb51 fecb51Whllo
S S S S SWhile
While the death of Hamburg Belle BeU is a asevere Asevero asevere
severe financial loss to her owner own and a aloss aloss
loss to the turf it does not follow that thather thather thather
her like like and even a greater than she shewill she sheill shewill
will ill not arise and in the near future futureSomewhere flitweSomewhere futureSomewhere
Somewhere today on 0 some farm in the theEast OMEast theEast
East East West rmt or South there may be nib nibbling nibbl1n nibbling ¬
bling bl1n her oats and nd hay some filly that thatwill thatwUl thativill
will surpass her achievements It is the thehope thehope thehope
hope of every breeder breede1nd and it Is the very verythin verything verything
thin thing that keeps him m In the business bu lDe of ofbreeding orbrdlngthat ofbreedingthat
breeding brdlngthat that ho will breed a champion championIt
It is as liable to be the good luck of some somesmall somesmall somesmall
small farmer who ho owns only one brood broodmare broodmare broodmare
mare as to the breeder who owns 100 1 A Apoor At Apoor
poor milk dealer bred Hamburg Belles Bellesgrandsire Bellesand81re Behtsgrandsire
grandsire and81re Her greatgrand dam on the thepaternal thepaternal thepaternal
paternal side was a a castoff mare for forwhich tOCwhich forwhich
which C C W Williams paid the measly measlysum m17sum measlysum
sum of only on 1i 1iThe 72 72The ThTho
The threeyearold Caarevna 20 2 < K or orthe orthe orthe
the threeyearold Baroness Virginia YlrcinlaOS VirginiaOS
20314 OS 1 14 may when matured with their theirroyal tbelrroyal theirroyal
royal breeding and phenomenal speed speedoutdo speedoutdo speedoutdo
outdo anything thlnb that Hamburg Hambur Belle ac accomplished ae aeoompll8lMd socomplisbed ¬
complished on the turf The light har harness hrne harness ¬
ness s breed Is less than seventyfive years yearsold YenloJd yearsOld
old The speed limit of the breed has not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been reached and it is quite possible that thatwithin thtwithin thatwithin
within the next five years 6ni tho worlds worldsrecord worldsrecord worldsrecord
record tor a trotter will be nearer 155 155than 155than 1i5than
than two minutes minutesV
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con College this afternoon in a pretty prettygame prottySame prettygame
game of football 21 to 5 i V YL M I kept kepttho kepttho keptthe
tho ball in the collegians territory most mostof mostol mostof
of the game Tho star play of the first firsthalf firsthalt firsthalf
half was a s run of S5 yards for a touch touchdown touchdown touchdown ¬
down by Moseley IOHle He R ateo ais ran 60 i yards yardsIn yardsIn yasIn
In the second half for a touchdown A Acrowd Acrowd Acrowd
crowd of Southern Seminary girls gtrl of ofBuena orBuena ofBuena
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show its full strength to win wt as the deaf deafmutes daatmutes t tmute8
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heavy team with ease and in seven 8ft 8ftute8 into misjutes intoutes
utes scored three points on a pretty drop dropkick tIIOpldck daepIdck
kick from the Siyard line The Hpkias Hpkiasteam H Htam Hopiclustoast
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men men as the coaches saved every Mar atsxplayer Marp1a7er Marplayer
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scored a touchdown In about fifteen atteMuta min minutes setsnIne ¬
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caught a good clean one from Hower Howerand HoweraDd Howerand
and behind a a good interference ran the thelength tileJencth thelength
length of the field scoring another ano touch toacIadown touchdown touchdown ¬
down and kicking another goal making makingthe DUlktItgthe makingthe
the score 12 to S in favor of Hopkins B Hopkinswhen Hopfcteswhen pktns pktnswhen
when the whistle blew for time timeThe timeTha timeThe
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