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8 > 1 THE WASHINGTON HERALD HE ALD TUESDAY rANUARY 18 19 19f0 0 1
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Clearance Sale Salew SaleHESS SaleHESS
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HESS Shoes ShoesWeve
Weve just begun this important Semiannual Sale SaleThe SaleThe S SThe
The big business of the first few days indicates how howmany howmany howmany
many men were eagerly awaiting this announcement announcementRemember announcementRemember announcementRemember
Remember this is not ordinary Footwear or a job joblot joblot joblot
lot but our regular stock of the finest benchmade benchmadeshoes benchmadeshoes benchmadeshoes
shoes manufactured for this seasons wear wearLatest wearL weare weares wearLatest
L Latest Styles StylesAll StylesAll es
All Leathers Leathersttt e 4j
ttipUra ttt fr 5 59 596and7 y ftfi IT 6 6and7 6and7Footwear a y and ttPef fr frFootwear 7 7Footwear 7 7ttipUra 3 9 0 I I
Footwear FootwearThe
The enormous array of styles and the great size sizerange sizerange sizerange
range we carry make it possible for us to FIT ALL ALLFEET ALLFEET ALLFEET
FEET in almost any style desired desiredThe desircdThe desiredThe
The stocks will not be replenished and this is isthe isthe isthe
the lowest price we ve will quote on them themWHY themI
I WHY NOT SELECT A PAIR TODAY TODAYNHessSons931PaAve
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PIMLICO P114L160ASKS ASKS FOR DATES BATESFormal DATESFormal DATESFormal
Formal Application Made for April
20 to May 8 8Xerr 8I 8cw 8er
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Xerr cw York Horsemen Arc Anxious nxlou to toCompromise toCompromile toCompromIo
Compromise for Earlier Open Opening OpenIngState OpenIngStato ¬
IngState ing State Reasons ReasonsNew RcnsonsNew flenson5New
New York Jim J 17 17A A representative of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Maryland tUjlnd Jockey Club came here herefrom herefrom herefrom
from Baltimore today toda and made mad8formal madeorma1 a aformal
formal application to the Jockey Club Clubstewards Clubstewards CLubstewards
stewards for official sanction 9 for a spring springmeeting sprtn sprtnmeeting spclngmeeting
meeting at Pimllco beginning April 30 30and Oand 30and
and ending May M y S HeeaW lIAald that Pimllco Pimllcodid PlmUcodid Pimlicodid
did not care to open up at an az earlier earlterdate earlierdate osrilerdate
date because the wishes of o Baltlmoreana Baltlmoreanahad BalUmofeenshad BaltimoreansIad
had to be considered and the track tr ek itself itselfwhich It8elfwhich itselfwhich
which is I made of clay would not bo lit litfor titfor litfor
for racing until about the middle of the themonth themonth themonth
month monthHorseman monthHorseman monthHorseman
Horseman who are anxjoba to have havePimlico hayePlmllco havePimilco
Pimlico begin operations on April 1 BO BOthat othat eothat
that the local seaaon can open on April Aprllw Aprilii
15 ii said today that as the Baltimore Baltimoretrack Bt Baltimoretrack Umore Umoretrack
track without a conflict con lct would attract attractmany attractmany attractmany
many more horsemen and outoftown outoftownpatrons outoftonpatrons outoftornpatrons
patrons than last year they could see no nogood nogood nogood
good reason for beginning operations on onApril onAprllO onApril
April AprllO 30 Furthermore the bookmakers bookmakersat b90kmakersat
at Pimlico pay a dally d8l1 fee of 510 l1i 1O each eachwhich eachwhich eachwhich
which makes up a rev revenue nue t the New NewYork SeWYork NewYork
York tracks do not collect vg J as urged urgedby urgedby urgedby
by these horsemen that some sort of a acompromise acom acompromise
compromise com pro mile be made by which Pimllco Pimllcowould PlmUoowould PimUcowould
would close its spring meeting about aboutApril aboutApril alioutApril
April 20 20SAN 20SAN 20SAN
SAN FRANCISCO RESULTS EESTTLTSFIRST RESULTSFIRST ItESULTSFIRST
FIRST RACBSb fnriw far Pia 1 P1kte kta 1 1M WtleW W Wa1
6 to 1 won Deueen IH n I Cotton Ain S to 1 second secondOld IIOld semedOld
Old Setttor 1M I LaplmJ tA a to i tfcM tMi Ttaw 115 115Cobtakill 1J5CoblMill 115Cob1ekilI
Cobtakill Ocean Shore CbHterHng JiDette L IAttk IAttkStuber LhStruber H HStruber
Struber Woodlaader Hand P I and CaeraaTaca CaeraaTacasBCOXD euenIMIIai50 cuMvasiso
ai50 ran ranSF TinSECOND
SECOND SF oXD RACE RACEIbreHillt rlii BjhUia II of oil a mite iJe nalern nalernKartee HelmaBarbee llemBtrbee
Kartee M5 Kent Keutl 13 to 1 won WOOj AU Balance Ml MliWakh 1S 1SWJh
iWakh 4 ohI 1 to 1 wcood Media 1M OoleBridet McBride 3 3to 3tl 3tr
to 2 third Tia Time e 138 15 Wtoona Winter Musk MbateTHIRD 1I1sIkDacia Muskbac2
Dacia liN roddie VatUIt and FoateDo also D DTIIIRD ranTHIRD
THIRD RACBSlr furlong Billy Myer MyerWilliam MyirWi11ini yer 1fIi 1fIiI
I William lliama JJ 3 to kS 5 won WClftj Steel l IflO Cotton 10 l to 1 1s 1 1J IMcflnd
J Mcflnd s md < Grace G m Salman lUb 8 to 1 thinL Tim l1me
11515 1 115 1515 15 Serrieenc SerriceDce May J Sotton Anna May la Dare DareOrelki Da Dajj fl flZ1
jj 110 Z1 t Orelki Itacolie Bndora Badon ai aia ud Don Rmiqae Rmiqaei gaiiquFOtIITH
a > r nn nnIOlRTH n nFOURTH
FOURTH RACBOne mite FmlletU FIIUft1aII FullsUahap MS Lap Lapha lAphu
ha hap 4 to 5 won Raleiat Ia Ml Groat Gre M to toond 6 6fl1l 5 5A4OI
A4OI ond Mile Miles 86 liens eftDJ S to ti third Time
11325 1 1 5 s Special DeHwry Deli ry a and d Ialo Chiqnito also alsoFIFTH alsoran 10 10run
run run1nYnl FIFTH RAC IIACOnO One and ooeatsteenth aike Buck BuckTliom BuckThorn IkskThorn
Thorn 81 lbcllDUt 11 > pmaa 5 te 1 won w Mr 4r Biahop 100 100ITapUn lX lXTapln 0 0Tptin
Tptin < > 33 to 5 Korod IOCOOdj Bi ld Dill m Koogn 7 7t 7t 7ti
t ti > 5 third Tim tIM 11 15111L 1 14 Carl a aT1e1 er r P Palne PIfl I Tony TonyF Ioarlaust P0S17Faust
F Faust ust Brjc B Brwe Hi CW Can ca CitaMne Who aod Right RightSort ltiPtrt
Sort rt also tan tanSIXTH taoHIXTJI 2fliITI
SIXTH RAOSFiT ItO ltO15FiTedabUte I HIIbUle < eWjUi8 of i wile Gopptr Gopptrtown C CtGvm CowsrWwn
town VI X Walifa WIi 13 to won flex MO Boxum BoxumIS
IS l to 1 foeood i Mi 11 Miss Picnic < Ro RooMJ xry 7 to 1 1third Itll 1thir4l
third tll rd Tia Time e 1W 1 1t H Binocular and Detaias atoo atooran allotan ao aoran
ran
TAMPA RESULTS
I FIRST RACBAboat three fnriooga fD hsrks oe V VOj VOjI Vaen wo KB KBDarenporU 105flarenpzU
I DarenporU U S to 2 won Louise B Ml Gilbert
5 to 1 aeeond Blanche Bine IU MS 1 A A Bvrte kIrtoB 15 Kto 15to 15In
to 1 third Time 13115 J8 M 15 M Depww De ARM B Bvere nwrt lIe lIeere
vere ere Sanctum nctum and Mrs Carter also ran ranSECOND ransECOXD ransEoD
SECOND RACBKfe furlonas Clyswte il ilIDtenport WIuflaTenpoet i iDatennort
Datennort 8 to 5 won The Raw R 130 1 Glaeeer GlaeeerIS
IS I > to 1 M 1MODd oa4 Loeky 1 Mate 116 Jackaon JaenI wen wenthird even event
third t 11 ird Thw Tiw lfi6J5 1f6 1 f 25 5 Firebrand Okenite CwjaeUa CwjaeUaMiss JqttetUMiss coqneuaMiss
Miss Elliott and Grouse also TAB TABTHIRD nulTHIRD ranTHIRD
THIRD RACBSix furhma furlon Aliee lioe M Jack w Mfr W D DMnrphy Dll1fJM1 DMurphy
Murphy ll1fJM1 8 to U 1 won Icarian W Reilly 2 to 1 1second IfNOOd 1eeord
second Alice Ml Burton 4 to 1 tlurl tht Tla TIMe Tinse e
119 1 1I J C Core May Jane Joe Uncle Jim Irncg IrrlniDi Irnn I IDigK LDig
Di Dig DigK and Virginia MUd also ran ranFOfRTH rau rauFOrRTII ranFOtItTH
FOfRTH RACBSix R C Six furious Milton B 95 95Murphy 9i1Iurphy 3 3Murphy
Murphy 4 to 5 won Jud Jud e udg Cabannbs l8 110 Jack Jackfumt Jacksuoi Jadcaon2to1semndSearvesuasl5Ore3t0
fumt aon2to1semndSearvesuasl5Ore3t0 aon2to1semndSearvesuasl5Ore3t0thnI 2 to 1 second Seamnac t3 Orme 3 to totJmd 2 2third
third Time 113 118oS X5 Three starters startersFIFTH starterLFIFTJI startersFIFTh
FIFTH RACEKlTe and a halt furlooxs far1 ogs Caesar
110 IGlainer Glaaner 3 to Z won Brookline KK LewIs Lowteto LewIsS
8 to 1 seonod T M 1 Irvin l 1O < ff Keener 3 to 1 1third 1third 1third
third Time 112 l Temr TeID Teaps r Robert Pow Powell U Bar Barnodo nuDulO Barndo
nodo and Carandolet aho ao ran ranSIXTH ran ranRIXTII ranSIXTU
SIXTH RACBSer n furlooBs Puaky MO MOGlawer 1UIHilaoMC ie ieGlasner
Glawer < S to 1 won Frank Fleeter KO Botend oWIdG
6 to 1 second Otogo 1M ii LaIg 7 to 2 tWnl tWnlTime tWnlTime diltlTime
Time 13J CharloU Hamilton Warden CUborm CUbormHuerfano CJanonwI1ue CklbocteIluerfano
Huerfano I1ue aDo Baksbed Bronte and Dredger also ae ran ranJACKSONVILLE ranJACKSONVILLE ranYACKSONVIIJLE
JACKSONVILLE RESULTS EESULTSFIRST RESULTSFIRST RESULTSFIRST
FIRST RACBThrea ftek fnrJoop ts Darting 113 113Howard usmowarol 113Howard
Howard 1 to 3 3 won JMW Jam K Daman 113 113Musgrave 118musgnnJ 113Musgra
Musgrave Musgra 7 to 2 1 second Orbtoer 113 OOatet OOatetto
to 1 third Time I I5 35 5 Grand Pcsr tVftte tVftteVool W1titeWoI WkIIvt4
WoI Vool and Yuletide de also ran ranSKCOXD ranSlOXD ranSECOND
SECOND KACPiv0 an a oartU furlongs furlongsDave forlonDue fnrkmaPass
Dave Wallace WalJaee 1W 1 Trader J i to 1 1 won Uulwise
110 Nfcol Ioo li 1 to i L second Same MT W Mwerve
5 to 1 third Time ltt 1 Sol Briarotf Ileriamui IleriamuiMartin 1IemnMartin l1erdaanMartin
Martin May Folly P Ib Lee e Katherine Van Tempter TempterGray TllltpterGray TempterGray
Gray Goose Kdeotat Lerecgiton Jack Hale and andK andTrying Dd DdIi
K Iff r Trying alto ran ranTHIRD ranTHIRD ranflIIRD
THIRD IlACBStr furiocss tur Seymour Butler Bttt Ballet2Q r
108 Magee e 3 to 1 von ToUbaac ToUbn HI King If to
1 second C W V Hurt l rt M9 Clowen Power 3 to 1 third thirdTime thlnlTimf thIrdTime
Time 11335 Robin Grey G La Salk Clam Beaehy BeaehyJfJsfct Dadu1Jt BmthyNilt
JfJsfct 1Jt MIst Home Run and Grantar also ran ranFOURTH ranFOlltTH ranFOUIITII
FOURTH RACfiOm mite Onma 0 Ml 6 1 1graN Mm Mmgnve rm rmT5TO
gnve T5TO > 3 to 10 wim Canuafener Ill Nicol 7 to tletnnd tosecond
1 second < Shapdale K 5 Owe K 1 to 1 tMnL tMnLTime UdnLTim UejqdTime
Time Tim 1JJ45 1 > 45 Top Note also ma maFIFTH raoFIFTH ranFIFrU
FIFTH RACBOBB mile Dr Baikky Ir2 11 11tII Kl Kln1 NIe1
n1 I to 1 won John Orrotl Ill Powenl Powers 3 to
1 seoood First PremIum 111 Mue 1Iwwrne ve S to 1 1third 1 1third 1thfrd
third Time 1425 1 14fl 25 5 Hooray May Lutz ScUea ScUeaTTiif elfiif Sthleewig
wig and Bosom Friend also ran ranSIXTH ranIXfl1
SIXTH f KACKOM and tbreeaiiteentha miles milesLlgiu JBUei4in milesIgi I
Llgiu 4in Igi 103 lkW Ht lftwtdl > ritd td 11 to 2 won ei Otilo MB Mot Motcrate lIesgrave I
grave 1 to 5 leoond Harry 1Ia Scott Mi lt l towsi < m w > 1 1ti tt Ittr
ti t ttr 1 third Time 23025 2 2t 2 Cocnty C ntJ Clerk Danger Dangerand DatilftII Daniarml
and II nit Maximum also ran ranAlways ranAlways I
Always the Same SameTharps SameTharps Same6Tharps
Tharps TharpsBerkeley TharpsBerkeley
Berkeley Rye RyeS12
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RACING CARDS FOR TODAY TODAYJacksonville TODAYJnckaonTtlle TODAYJacksonville
Jacksonville JacksonvilleFIRST JnckaonTtlleFIRST JacksonvilleFIRST
FIRST IlACEOiMsquartcr nCEO uarUr mile mileRoll milenon railsItoh
Roll Itoh U lit i Kentucky Been 112 1MMUeolDetand 112nue 112Belle
MUeolDetand Belle of DeIaDd Ill Altaoena AIt ftJ 112 IBChaek 112Ct 112Cbes
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3li 1 oDdaiKodea 11 112 lay ay Vsed 112 112a1ioaIa
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IMM Curie es4r112 v 112 I Al DhU 112 112SECOND l1II U USECOND
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SM St Senestem t ca 1 1TIURD 11 11TlUHD 213 213ThIRD
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BUSINESS HIGH VS PREPS PREPSScries PREPSScricli PREPSSerica
Scries of Basketball Dnslc Gnme to Set Seltlc Set Settle Settie
tlc Intcricholnstlc Title TitleFollower TitleFolJ6weNJ TitleFoilower
Follower of tho Business Bu lnea High School Schooland Schooland 0001 0001and
and the Georgetown Prep Iwisketball Iwisketballteams beisketballteams meketballteams
teams are anxious to see their favorites favoriteshitch favorlteshitch favoriteshitch
hitch up for a series of games to decide decidetho decidethe decidethe
the scholastic championship of the Dis District District District ¬
trict of Columbia ColumbiaNo ColumbiaNo ColumbiaNo
No other teams In scholastic holasUc circles can candispute candispute candispute
dispute the claims of the two quints for forthe forthe forthe
the Blue and Gray youngsters have not notsuffered notsuffered notsuffered
suffered a defeat this season at the hands handsof handsor hamlsof
of any of tho high or prep schools and andhave Q1have andhave
have numbered In their victories games gamesagainst gamesagalnst gamesagainst
against Western and Friends while Busi Business BuslnC88 Bualness ¬
ness suffered Its only defeat against againstFriends againstFrIends againstFriends
Friends This In part may be over overlooked overlooked overlooked ¬
looked since the game was played pl YOd In the theQuakers theQuakers theQuakers
Quakers gym gym where until the Preps Prepsplayed Prepsplayc Propsplayed
played < l and defeated them the Istreet Istreetlads istreetlads Istreetlads
lads were invincible invincibleManager invincibleIanager invincibleManager
Manager Wurtz of the embryo col collegians co collegians 1 1le ¬
legians le ans has written the Business man manager managel manager ¬
ager asking for a series seriesProf seriesProf seriesProf
Prof Joyce has offered Carroll Institute Institutegymnasium Institutegymnasium Institutegymnasium
gymnasium to Manager Wurtz In case a athird athird athird
third game should take place placeAKMY pJaceAR1rIY placeARMY
ARMY FENCING SCHEDULE SCHEDULEWest SOHEDULEcst SCHEDULEWcst
West cst Point Announces Seven Meets MeetsThis MeetsThis UectsTill
This Till Season SeasonWost SenllonW08t SeasonWent
Went Point Jan 17Cadet Darlington Darlingtonmanager Darlingtonmanagor Darilngtonmanager
manager of the fencing team announced announcedtoday announ announcedtoday d dtoday
today that the Army schedule would wouldconsist wouldconst wouldconsist
consist const t of seven meets besides the pre preliminary preUminary preliminry ¬
liminary tourney at West Point on Jan January January Janusry ¬
uary 18 0 between Harvard Yale Cor Cornell Corne11 Cornell ¬
nell and West Point to decide which whichtwo whichtwo Whichtwo
two teams enter the intercollegiate at atNew atNow atNow
Now York March 36 The Intercollegiate Intercollegiateturney intercollegiateturne intercollegiateturney
turney turne will be held this yeaf yea oof at the Hotsl HotslAstor Hot HotiAstor l lAstor
Astor and the teams team have arranged an aninnovation aninnovation aninnovation
innovation in h the shape of a dance to be beheld bebeld beheld
held after the fencing fencingThe fenclnlThe fencingThe
The Army Arm team is composed of Cocroft CocroftSohlberg CocroftSohlbe CocroftSohlberg
Sohlberg Sohlbe and Dargue with Rayner RaynerHineman R RayiterIlineman Jler JlerHineman
Hineman and Anderson as substitutes substitutesThe substitutesThe substitutesThe
The schedule follows followsFebruary followsFebruary followsFebruary
February 12 I University Unlenft of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaat
at West Point February 19 Princeton at atWest atWetSt atWest
West Point February 22 2 Now Yors Yor Turn Turnverein TurnI Turnverein
verein at New York February 26 Co ColuniWa Columbta Colurnbia
I luniWa at West rest point oint March 6 Yalo at atWest atI atWest
West Point Marc 3larc4 IIlre4 12 I Cornell at West WestPoint WestPoint WestPoint
Point March 19 1 PreUmlnlry preliminary at West WestPoint WestPoint WestPoint
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York Point March SC intercollegiate at New NewYork NewYork 1ewYork
VESPERS DOWNED DOWNEDNqrthminsters DOWNEDNorthminsters DOYEDNorthminstcrs
Nqrthminsters Add Another AnotherVictory AnotherVictory AnotherVictory
Victory to Long LOl1 List ListCONTEST Listl ListCtmTEST ListCONTEST
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CONTEST PROVES EXCITING EXCITINGGlinrcli EXCITINGObnrell EXCITflGGhnrcli
Glinrcli Quintet Displays Better BetterTeamwork DctterTcnmork BetterTeamwork
Teamwork and Flnl FIiiiabea lnlJJhell he Well In InLend InIeael inLend
Lend with with 47 to 25 l5 5 Score ScoreDu ScoreBusiness ScoreBusinessIfigit Business BusinessIlleh lnelllll lnelllllJl1gb
Illeh Jaiiiors Are Beaten l lf > y Xorth Xorthniinstcm XorthnllnllterJl Northnilnaters
niinstcm In Preliminary Battle BattleSUCTION DnttlcShCTIO flnttleSlICTION
SUCTION B STANDING STANDINGW 6T NDI G GI
W v L 1 Pet W V L L Pet PetKorUnatautera PetINorttlBiD1It PetNorthmluMera
KorUnatautera a 3 0 1000 I Vespers 0 4 000 000YMCLAKM MY 00 00LILOAitei
INorttlBiD1It YMCLAKM Y I H 2 2 rooTho coo 300The cooTho
Tho undefeated UndOoot Northmlnstera hmlnBter again asralndowned againdowned saln salnI
downed the Vespers In an exciting c clting and andfast andfast andfast
fast basketball game In the Northmln Northmlnster Northmlnstar Nortlinlinster
ster gymnasium last nhjht nl nilit lt by the score scoreof scoreor scoreof47to
of of47to of47toThe 47 to 26 26The SThe
The game was clean from start to fin finish finIsh finish ¬
ish brimful of exciting ecIUn plays pi as bringing bringingthe bringingthe bringingthe
the crowd to its feet rooting for their theirfavorite theirralortte theirfavorite
favorite loam loamThe toomThe teemThe
The Vespers wore the first to score on onKeiths onKeiths onKeiths
Keiths brilliant shot but this did not notlast notlost notlast
last long for the Northmlnsters got their theirteam theirteam theirteam
team work down and scored goal after aftergoal afterotl aftergoal
goal otl It is easily seen that the chunffl chunfflboys churo11boys churdliboys
boys are much superior sup rlor to tho Vesper Vesperlad VcsperlaM Vesperlatis
lad laM and nd when they meet on the night nightof nightot nightof
of January nualy 31 In the latters gymnasium gymnasiumthey gmna gymnasiumthey lum lumthOY
they should have 1m 8 no o trouble in defeating defeatingthem docatlnJthem defeatingthem
them themKeith themKeith
Keith Freeman and Bailey were tho thostars thotars theMars
stars and only on I scorers for the Vespers Ve peri
while every man on tho Northmlnaters Northmlnatersscored NorthmlnBtorscored Northmlnstersscored
scored > and played a star game gameIn h gameIn me meIn
In the middle of the second half Plum Flummer Plummer Plummor
mer was substituted liIub tltuted In Furmages place placeand placeand placeand
and Rouaee was put in the formers formersplace formersplace formeraplace
place This move worked well and both bothmen bothmen bothmen
men scored scoredLineup acoredLineup scoredLineup
Lineup and summary summaryZsofthMiaMcM iummary1CMt summaryerthmImIms
ZsofthMiaMcM 1CMt IMitfews I us Vapor VaporForeran Y VeaDotsiteemsis ra ralIur
Foreran lIur HMmtrWt l Plummet rWt lsIt forward frwaMfcerazdFrmsii K KeiUt KeiUtuin itk itkUtU
UtU rtebt farrord fcerazdFrmsii fcerazdFrmsii1iadso FROM FROMIttacfcoff R Rceata
Ittacfcoff center centerPhsmm ItaflerPhMUMr Itafler
PhMUMr 1 Phsmm IteweWt eee Wt guard DoMatt DoMattMonte D t tt
Monte rht t gwud sasMGesia MeMMUta MeMMUtatola loM loMOoab
tola from ftoor UoorKonna ffl mamma 1 l m run runII 2111
8 II Biachoff ltlscko tn 1 ROOM Jt 1tom Mania KeHh 8 Free Freeftp lInIen Yiura
a ftp 41 Hailqr I 9 35 Free r tiMGPkHMMr triesI Keith KeithKotowMr KeJtlr KolthItthreeMr
KotowMr IIo II 11DII ix Sooror and ti t timerMr erMr lr Fur PtwMOT PurTiIM Furms
ms MOT Tiwo T of balm91 wiautca wiautcaorthniinHtur nalsutenNorthnmlnster bM1W bM1WXorthmlnHh
orthniinHtur r Junior Win WinBefore Vln VlnBefore In InBefore
Before tho big bl game the Northmlnctei NorthmlncteiJuniors NorthmlnatemJuniors i iJunIDn
Juniors defeated defeat the Business High Jun Juniors JunIors Junbra ¬
iors by the score of 36 3 to 11 Both teams teamsaveraged teamsavorafed teamsaveraged
averaged twelve years and played the theSme theJMe thegan
Sme gan well It was w a a a pretty prelt right to s He HetlM seeth e ethe
the th youngsters t unpterll scrambling after the ball bnlllike baUlike balllike
like the big bigplayers players Once in a while on onof one oneof onof
of the lad lads would Guld get hurt but ho stuck stuckto K1tekto stuckto
to the game iame like it little Trojan TrojanBoornstein trojanBoornsteln roJan roJanBoornsteln
Boornsteln and McMurray c ury wore the theBtars thestars thetrs
stars trs for the winners the former making makingten meklngten makingten
ten goals and the later five Allison and andMoore andloore andMoore
Moore were always in the limelight for forthe forthe forthe
the losers losersLineup l losersLineup Sers SersLineup
Lineup and summary summaryVutimmn summaryIIouIIIIIIM summaryIkiekien
Vutimmn Hick Juniors XorthnlMtar Jutes JutesAlliMB JtorsfMWafdD JanlormAUon
AlliMB Mt forwonl fMWafdD f B MoMwraf MoMwrafMartiaSufer McMiserayMartluStabIerrtgbt lImLr lImLrriI1Iat
MartluStabIerrtgbt MartiaSufer right ftxwud orurdBoorae4en orurdBoorae4enDavis Boon BoorMMta BoorMMtanaris ta taDwte
Davis enter orr orrCmskrleft Smith SmithKeaafer stItK
Keaafer K Cmskrleft toft mart enMC C c Murray Murrayrfeht 1harraJo 31urayguaMWHile
> o rfeht Hoard JIUI guaMWHile guaMWHilelesla ViUiw tUiatIM tUiatIMGoabt 3 3Goate
Goate lesla fro trees aoornoerDctete 1Ioar8c M I D Mcilnmr McilnmrW
W S Smith fch < 3 AUteM m 3 Darfe < t 1 Hauler tU tUud U Uand 1 1Mi
ud Mi Moore U I 11 Goate l from free trtelC Mo MoMurray 10lunar lI lIMursay
Murray t It Z and Mora oore I it TfcMr tad refarwMr refarwMrCOBB rderw rufereelIrCOBB r raw
aw awCOBB
COBB PLEADS FQR SPIKES SPIKESHAVE SPIKESHAVE SPIKESHAVE
HAVE EM DULL HE SAYS SAYSTy SAYSTy SAYSF
Ty F Cobb In n letter to Ban UnnJohllNon hanJohnson BanJnluiMon
Johnson IIn MnyM flint in future injuriel Injualen Inju Injurics
rics On ° on n the bull fielil cnn be len ¬
sened if the umpires umpires lire empow empower elUllo elUlloCrell ciiijoereil ¬
Crell er td to line plnyerx who hue ImvcNhnrpiMicd huefoIllurpeneel havesharpened
sharpened spikes Cobb ivlio hn 1l In Inqualified fitflunlif1cd Islunhifieci
qualified to give In nn expert opin opinion ojinIon ¬
ion declare thut liase run runners runuercnn runnerscnn u era eracnn
cnn speed spec pee < l over the turf starting startinganI NturtloJunct startingmmnJ
anI stopping easily cmdl with iiti It It dull dullspikes dullIJlkco dullslaikes
spikes < Instead of blades blneJt oI as keen keenas keenn keenIts
as n razors on their shoes Cobb Cobliwas Cohbwn Cobbijius
was wn accused or spiking several severalplnyerM IIcCrnlplocrlol severalplayers
players on rlvnl tenniN ln Jut 1utson t rea reason i ioOO ¬
oOO son II but lie insist 11I lst he was un unjustly unjUItly unjustly ¬
justly censured He makes it itplain ItpInln itplaIn
plain In his letter to Johuson that thatthe thnttheuNc thattime
the theuNc use of wpikcs pike is absolutely absolutelyneeessiary IIhtoluteI IIhtoluteIneCfunry absolutelynecessary
neeessiary for without them the thepnuic thegRane timegame
game would lo los inucli of Its at attractive ut1methe attracilie ¬
tractive speed peetl Joe Tinker the theCult thcCuh4 theCubs
Cult Cubs shortstop I anyn ayw thnt play pinycrs IJlnyers playera
ers takingr tnIdn thrown balls 1nhI at the thebases thehn limebases
bases hn eK or the plate can avoid 1 lie lieIng IJeIIIJ belag
Ing spiked plke < l by h runners If they will willtake willtnke willlake
take time t to < > study tdud the methods methodsused II1ctlloel11usel macthudsascii
used by b men who ore the best bestblidcri bedbJldertl beatsliders
sliders blidcriOCONNOR bJldertlOOONNOR slidersOCOOR
OCONNOR FOR REFEREE REFEREEHnltimnrc REFEREEI1nltlmorc REFEREEBaltimore
Baltimore Sporting Club Obtains OhtnlnnWollknotvn ObtnlnVe ObtainsWhIkflOscn
Wollknotvn Ve lIknonn Washingtonian WashingtonianBaltimore VViisIilnRtoiilanBaltimore Vl1shlngtonlnnBaltimore
Baltimore Jan 17 liP P F OConnor of ofWashington ofWashington ofWashington
Washington will be tho official referee refereefor refereefor refereefor
for the Monumental Sporting Club which whichwill whlohwill whiohwill
will offer its Initial boxing and wrestling wrestlingcard wrcstllngcard wrestlingcard
card at Albaughs Theater next Friday Fridaynight l Pridaynight ri ay aynIght
night It was the intention of the officials officialsof officialsof officialsof i
of the new organization to have hay Prof ProfJohn ProtJobn ProfJoln
John C Doyle Do le the wellknown athletic athleticinstructor athleticinstructor athleticInstructor
instructor to Judge the events but Just Justat justat justat
at present the professor finds himself himselfover hlmseltover himselfover
over his head in work at his gymnasium gymnasiumand gymnasiumand gymnasiumand
and cannot act actManager actManager actManager
Manager Jeffries of the th club Is in inWashington InYuhlngton inWashington
Washington for the purpose of securing securingTommy securingTommy securingTommy
Tommy Lowo to meet Dummy Decker Deckerand Deckerand Deckerand
and Joe Turner to meet Frank Lynch LynchNEW LynchNEW LynchIfEW
NEW JOCKEY FOR FORODOM FORODOMRider ODOM ODOMHitler ODOlYRleler
Hitler Grand Engaged En nJctl lir 1 Yonng YonngOwner YonngOWIICI YoungOwner
Owner anil amid Trainer TrainerGeorge TruinerGoorge TrainerGeorge
George M I Odom the young oung Wner wner and andtrainer andtf1llner andtrftiner
trainer who saddled fortytwo winners winnerslast winnerslast winnerslast
last season on the Eastern tracks has se secured seured Secured ¬
cured ured first call on the services of Jockey JockeyGrand JockeyGrand JockeyGrand
Grand who will report to Odom at atGravesend atGr8esen atGravesend
Gravesend < on March 1 Grand because becauseof becauseort
of ort a queer rido at Belmont Park last lastfall lastfall lastfall
fall was W called before the stewards for foran foran I Ian
an explanation A few days later Grand Grandstopped Grandstopped I IstopJJOO
stopped riding in New York because of ofsudden Ofsudden ofsudden
sudden illness he said He rode at Pim Pimllco Plmlea Pimilco ¬
lea later on Grand is a firstclass firstclassjockey firstclassjockey firstclassJockey
jockey and under Odoms management managementho
he will probably steer clear of complica complications compllcai comphications ¬
tions tionsFoRel tlonsI tionsFogel
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FoRel Strong for lOSgame Schedule SchedulePresident SchedulePresident
I I II President Fogel Fo l of the Philadelphia Philadelphiaclub Phlla Philadelphiaclub elphla elphlaclub
club says the IGSgame lGS ame schedule will wfi be beplayed b bI beplayed
I played pia l by the National League teams this thisyear thisyear thisyear
year regardless r of the objection filed by byBarney byBarno byBarney
Barney Barno Dreyfuss Fogel declared yesterday yesterdaythat yesterdaythat yesterdaythat
that six club owners would vote to adopt adoptthe adoptthe adoptthe
the schedule which has been prepared by byC byC byC
C H H Ebbets of the Brooklyn Brookl n club clubBusiness clubDmdnellIJ clubflimsiness
Business vi TI Cathedral School SchoolThe SclloolThe SchoolThe
The Business High School basketball basketballteam bnsketbnllteam basketballteam
team will play the National Cathedral CathedralSchool Cathedrall CathedralSchool
School for Boys quintet in the Business Businessgym Businessgym Businessgym
l gym this afternoon j
HIGH SCHOOL TO TRY TRYNEW TRYNEW TRYNEW
NEW FOOTBALL RULES RULESProminent RULESProminent RULESProminent
Prominent Coaches Propose Plan for Safe and andSane andSane andSane
Sane Gridiron Sport
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By B WILLIAM VIIIIA PEET PEETAt PEETAt FEETAt
At an Informal mooting yesterday four fourhigh tourhiGh fourhigh
high school football coaches proposed If Ifpossible 1CpOStJlble Ifpossibl
possible to do a little experimenting In Infootball Infootball infootball
football before the rules committee meets mqetsand m meetsand ets etsnnd
and work out for the benefit of those In Interested inten Interested ¬
terested ten ted many of the socalled changes changeswhich changeswhich changeswhich
which in the opinion of experts will tend tendto tendto tendto
to lessen the dangers madb mad apparent by bytho bytho bytilO
tho long fatality list last season seasonThe sensonTho seasonThe
The men behind tills scheme and who whohave whohave whohave
have discussed dllcus e it sro tho conches of ofTechnical otTechnical ofTechnical
Technical Business and Central and tho thoNational thoNational theNational
National Cathedral School for Boys BoysWestern BosV BoysWestern
Western V ltern Eastern and the Georgetown GeorgetownPrepa GeorgetownPrepB GeorgetownPreps
Preps will be Invited to join In the dem demonstration demonstration dcmonstration ¬
onstration and will doubtless doubtio accept acceptJust acceptJut acceptJust
Just at present football is In a chaotic chaoticstate chaoticstntonobod chaoticstatenobody
state stntonobod statenobody nobody scems to know just what whatwill whatwill
will 111 bo done as to changing the rules All AllInsist AllIntillt Al Alin1st
Insist that changes chanS 1 mutt bo made in the thepresent U Uproent thepresent
present playing code and it is safe to nay naythat flaythat saythat
that threefourths of the people who have havetho havetho havetho
tho best Interests Intere ts of the sport port at heart heartare heartare heartare
are strong for continuing the game pro providing providing providing ¬
viding It can be maintained on a safe 5 Ce and andsane andano andsane
sane basis basisThe bulsThe basisThe
The District coaches propose tho fol following followln following ¬
lowing lowln plan If the weather permits a asquad nsquad asquad
squad from each of the four high schools achootaand schoolsand = hoo1a hoo1aand
and as many of the private schools who whomay whomay Whomay
may wish Wi ll to be represented will assem assembje alSomble assembo
bje bo on one of the large fields and for forlialf forhaU forhalf
half an hour or so each coach can ox oxplain explain oxplain
plain to the boys his 11 Interpretation of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the important rule change Formations Formationscan
can be b run through and then several severalshort everlshort eral eralshort
short halves played between the different differentteam differentteatna differentteams
team teatna It is not intended to allow any anystrenuous anystrenuous anysUenuous
strenuous work and as the various teams teamsline teams1t1 teamsline
line 1t1 up against e each h other y rInG using lng new for formations formMlons or orrnaUO ¬
mations rnaUO il and sticking to the proposed proposednew proposednew d dnew
new changes some idea can be gained sainedas 8lned 8lnedas
as to Just what is I needed in Washington WashingtonThe WuhlntonThe WashingtonThe
The suggestions su gUoni printed in another anothercolumn anothercolumn anothercolumn
column seem to bo tho roost Important Importantof
of any yet et offered and will bo given a atrial ntrktl atrial
trial by the high school teams providing prorldtnjrthat provldlnKthat providingthat
that the principals of the schools > have haveno haveno
no objection objectionUsing obJectionGllnr objectionVIn
Using VIn the high school boys as trial trialhorses trialhof1loN trialhorses
horses with Ith competent coaches to nee neethat aeethat seethat
that they do not overdo tho thing may mayhelp may11mI mayhelp
help the th game a whole lot 1 t Georgetown Georgetownis G80rset wn wnIs
is waiting to hear from the rules com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee before ore deciding whether or not to toabandon toabandoa toabandon
abandon the gridiron sport port The officials officialsat o officialsat leIa1aat
at Georgetown will in be made welcome at atDOWN atDOWN atDOWN
DOWN THE ALLEYS ALLEYSCOLONIAL ALLEYScOLONIL ALLEYSCOLONIAL
COLONIAL LEAGUE LEAGUES LEAGUEPIoD LEAGUEPionrari
PIoD Pionrari ra Ir IrW lrauic lrauiclstidM
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II Usitsian art Ml 1 K 1 Us 113 1M1 Ml Mg Ja If Ifwhffc JiI JiIlAadflr 1541Mth
whffc 1Mth m JW M9 links 8 6j 5 1S4 1S4Trtali JSTeall 134Totals
Totals 7 iI5 S5 E fill Totals T M 8M SH It 4 4a OS OSa i1IiG
a 1 r O OLLtGUs OLLtGUsPrethran LJCGUPr LKAOUB LKAOUBaam
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II hestoss 15 B 3 115 Cramp CmmpM 8 Itt Itt Ittk 115lQfft 116Majeis
lQfft M n Si Gil GilO G CIba 8 15 II 7 7AiiD8oa 7 7Alkinsoem
AiiD8oa 00 t O 111 K K Kwaw w HI Xtj XtjTutak 305Totals
Totals U 4ft1I 47 415 fniaJl m Ui fro froioa 405li000tITa
li000tITa ioa tn e flwoi flwoivan eoonI eoonIall
van all Hen Mue 55 15 111 ToMn at i9 If IfJ3I WPups
Pups Ill 3 11 < 1 tr 355 15 E
54 it 7 Jokiwiti 9j t3 3 Ii i i2i1itiN
1 553 HI i 81 81SOl kisai
SOl Ii 5 II II IJ 91 M ftl ftlk 121stu
stu k m 47 m m Tot TutaI fe IH 4 4 HI ltd 4ftJ ltdprAT1 5 5I
I J prAT1 LAT LT1 PRINTERS LKMJUB LKMJUBSbnwakciK LKJUHNa LUGUIISkiiXrs
SbnwakciK J NaUBuah NaUBuahud Na NaileenkLand IIUIL IIUILLtaI
Land ud i6 1 111 15 Kent 7S iI1I5 MS 3Ilenman 59 59a 00I
I Ilenman a 1W 11 B N Nekim lwi H VO 100Honr m mIT 3llorw
Honr 16 IT I K OMwfasfcim oia 81 K Ka I1M 15 15I4eda
I4eda a d r W lit W Wmi 90 r S3 88 88nSef S8n 33JISMIS
n JISMIS nSef m II Ml 1 Bojti U X5 S5 t tTotaJI 5 Ml MlToUto 3TSais
ToUto 451 45 III t m M 1 ITOISIS TftUl TrAa 4 446 W Ml
WASHINGTON RAILWAY LKAQUS LKAQUS3t LLtGULlAbUnr I II
I IdIU 00 ledIAIaIrAl ledIAIaIrAlFeI MedusnlralFefleisa
FeI Fefleisa 3t 15 fc 1 115 111 I M lIssara 151 MilS 3ilays m mm I
1117 ilays m m r Wilson W llIIIO m ia 121ua 3 3ec4bsz si sitaH
< ec4bsz taH 155 IH m Mflliogtoa Ilillia 136 3 KO OB IIB 3lImus OBi
B lImus i 144 MB MS 1 HornteR H MZ 14 3 8 HI HIm WIGrcta 3Gardner
Gardner m m 1 111 Warner eDDe ISO ISOTotete 1mTotaIa 1 3 3 3Totals
Totals 7SS 7 m Wi Ttt l Tt T Tulais Tulaisus > 4b 78 100 7M rn S59 S59Si ii iirolled
Si us idled rolled tfcM ddnllUW ddnllUW1TKItDK thhdINT1IIIDJINOMINATIONAL gMw gMwINTBRDKNdMlXATlOXAL
INTBRDKNdMlXATlOXAL 1TKItDK IXtTIOXAL DUCKPIN LEAGUE LEAGUET LEAGUElftIdaII LEAGUEgandhi
gandhi I FIfth FtCtkTO FIfthT
T TO G Csnns me SI JT M I I UMi MaftlIIMlcL MMenaI bL Ill 113 30lkeI K KItoed MUcoed
Itoed K M 1 M 155 MiQcfcn < iIa 75 74 74r Ii 15IS
r Jeoor itut 81 91 5 SI 1 Sitoaiwjr 4pusmnaey n nI II iii iiiI 15Leech
I Leech 92 Ml 7 23 > Mirdwr t irdior M 1 9T 1M 1MTotals 118Carroll 115Carroll
Carroll lli M 111 Ueu 1JS 15 it itI itTou1s 31TU
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Totals TU m 7S 4M S Tutate 4W 44 31Dl61IUCT W WDISTR1CTLBAGUB
DISTR1CTLBAGUB DISTR1CTLBAGUBChmber DISTRICT UAGUB UAGUBcu LEAGUIChamber
Chamber cu af Comacrc C I Fat Men MenAlbion Y YAI lIeuAllison
Albion AI ttS ID 18 1 Water tera IK ISO Ml MlluwneX 1MUdllIft 3liamner
luwneX UdllIft Iffl 156 1 l5t I KrttJ as W Ifl II IISbaaf 211Shufeu
Sbaffcr Sbaaf 171 114 1 115 Kodwx liB 135 m mMiliw InfIIWr lflMuller
Muller HP W 5 1leW We 10 1111 1 lit litKra 115Kastem
krant Kra Kastem m W 213 Broaaan Ml 5 MS Id IdS 1111ota 361Totals
1ota Totals S 8K K4 iM 1 kbtals kbtalsCOMM1UICIATa TotA K Wi arc ii sos sosCOMMERCIAL Iii IiiCOUIRRCIAT
COMMERCIAL DUCKPIN LEAGUB LEAGUBWaab LEAGUW LEAGUSwash
wash W Tt Tebowm > hKJ Co Teoptes M Met K Ins 1 Co CoT CoCr CoCramer
Cr T S4 3 t W 3 IS I Cote 90 S3 531dbIc 3 n nK 3 3Spaldkig
Spaldkig 1dbIc K Si 7T K ilawbail lanbaJI MB W 3T 3TK rlborD 37Thornton
lborD t K 5 87 Houses U m lIS M MdOer r rutIec tOiluLies
utIec dOer 15 SS W Jarrfc J arris 7 It a SS SSety 8Svr 33Levy
Levy ety vr 1W Ml K I Thomas J9 i 5 IIi J3 J3Totals 73 73TMaJa 73Total
Totals 4H 43 JI 403 0 Totals 4ST 4TO 43E 43ENATIONAL 4JTIO 412NATIONAL
NATIONAL TIO A CAPITAL CAPITALiDUCKIIN DUCKHN L TiRGUE TiRGUESa Ii12AGU1Subwus GUB GUBSabwajc
Sabwajc Sa Mt 1t Vernon VernonTtkjcr Y VerneKrelser tmOII tmOIIKr
Kr Krelser Ttkjcr Ito 1 1 121 95 Cox ox 33 90 tOhi4Iaustt 122 122t 1 1lku
lku t u tt Ill 11J IH I GolH Sulli ulH W n Ifl IflcClure I Ilcct1liCo 121McClure
McClure cClure lei MS 3 Ill Howard ani 91 2 iti 114 114arrol 1101Carroi 114carrel
carrel arrol TK W W Harfcy KB 1 1tI SI SIoUrU 91nu iihtonrts
nu oUrU Ml 1M KB U llaum m MB K 9 MB MBTotals 1tITotals 355Totals
Totals i30 SfB S 53 I Total M 490 40 457 S61 S61DISTRICT 361DISTRICT 161DISTRICT
DISTRICT DUCKPIN LBAGUK LBAGUKRfieotatw LBAGUtRe LBAGUtLResolute
Resolute Re Arlington ArJingtoaaNairn ArlingtOftlXim ArlingtonNairn
Nairn M H fJ 15 Davis 110 100 M2 M2Poet 132Post
Poet 95 UK 111 Al Keaton 16 93 3 IK IKYouag 13Young
In Ini
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Young 11 M W 1M 10 SL > LFc Festun ton 15 I 30 74 74Rider 73ltlder
Rider S3 1W SB MoCarty M7 IBS 1113l Si SiFarror 15Ferrer
Farror l arror jr Hi ls l M 4 133 Ober 147 1001115 115 111 111Totals UtTotals 111Totals
Totals 410 400 4 513 Totals 15 SOS 500 roJO 585 585O 5
O I 1 0 UNION U ION LEAGUE LEAGUERater LEAGUERaIen LBAGUERulers
Rulers Rater RaterTaylor Pressmen PressmenRlchfabacker Prn menTAylor PrrsmezmTeylor
Taylor 9K Wt 111 USIxr Rlchfabacker S7 1 U7 153 153Store 153I 15Leer
Leer I r 1M 1 m m mK I Store US 110 127 127K 12Kw 121ukart
K Kw ukart Ji r rt MO 13S 1 17 1i CufrHM aw4mn 1 156 2W U7 U7SUwMy IIilit 117Stxudly
SUwMy lit 131 154 air 157 155 2K 2KCooper Y3Cooer
Cooper = m 1 139 1 MB Ledtam 1 153 13 1J4 172 172Totltli 112Tota 172Totals
llLdtum
Totals Tota 77 m 7 711 7i t 714 Totals SOS SS5 SS5Lynchburff Si6Iync 355 3551ynciiburg
Lynchburff Iync ImrJ Ilclcasca Blprble BlprbleLyncliburg DIgbIcLynchhurK BIgbieLynclihnrg
Lyncliburg Va Jan 17 17Frank Frank Bigbie Bigbiethe Bigbiethe Bigbiethe
the Richmond boy bo who played second secondbase sooondooae secondbase
base for Lynchburg last season has been beengiven beengiven beengiven
given his hi release although he was re reserved reserved reserved ¬
served for or 1910 Bigbie is a heady head and andclever an anclever andclever
clever infielder In elder but is s a weak hitter hitterGOSSIP hitterGOSSIP hitterGOSSIP
GOSSIP OF THE BOXERS BOXEKSBattling BOXERSBattling BOXERSBattling
Battling Nelson < n wants Stanley Stanlo Ketchel Ketchelto KetchelIto
to go to France and nd meet some of the thesoft thesoCt thesoft
soft ones who float 1l it at at about billed1 as cham champions champions cliampions ¬
pions over there thereThey thereThey thereThey
They claim that Jeffries has not notsmoked notsmoked notsmoked
smoked a cigarette clpr Ue since gl e his h return from fromEngland fromEn fromEngland
England En lflnd and that he puffs on one cigar cigara
a day dfl and does not inhale it itThey It ItThe ILThey
They The say 8I that Jack Johnson is going goingto holnSto goingto
to carry his motor car to California and andthat andtbat andthat
that he will do a lot of motoring out outthere outthere outthere
there He will take good care not to hurt hurthimself hurthimself hurthimself
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MODIFIED FOOTBALL RULES RULESAIMED RULESAIMED RULESAIMED
AIMED TO LESSEN ACCIDENTS ACCIDENTSBrery ACCIDENTSEery ACCIDENTSEvery
Every r4 i4ayer IBr mrat p Vut a medical exam examination enm1D1t10n aiiminstion ¬
ination inationDivide 1D1t10nDltkle instionDivide
Divide the game gs into three periods of ofequal ofCiQlitl ofeisa
equal eisa length with flTemtaate rests reau Ute Utatime UteUmc thetime
time of the game not to exceed sixty sixtyminutes six sixminntes sixtyminutes
minutesNo minutes minntesNo minutesNo
No player of any team barter the tll ball ballahill ballahill lnlhshill
ahill me bit bl fund baRd to oMtot the rwwtr or orto orto orto
to block an iHterfertne iHterfertneAll IRerfen IRerfenAU isterferenerAll
All tandem fanaattoo in I the back field fleHBbouki fieldbooId fieldshexid
Bbouki be barred barredThe banMThe bszrsLThe
The offmTet oiJTe tem an atatt bare seven men menknown maobKmn menknown
known as Moomen Jm en OH the Hue of Bcrfm Bcrfmmago JClimmagc scminiinage
mago at the inoraent mo w tin ball is put ia play playand pla plaand playand
and teee shall at all times retain their tbelipositlens tlt theirptUeur lr lrrom
positlens rom rafellw to tolcm center centerKoao centerNone
lcm of ottItee these MMgmea halt be drawn drawnbade drum1JKIc drammhack
bade of the tertoaage tee except for Uw Uwpurpose ed thepurpose
purpose of kicking whereupon kia place placehall pIaeehall placeAsh
Ash hall be taken by one of the bade men raaoAll D18f1AU menAU
AU lacoraptoied fsrwud paaaea a aIl aIlmint shallaxint all allcount
count as downs xritbmt 1 UtMtt dtoUMd penalties peiitieaad mlt1uand penaltiesand
and Uw ball MaR be wUmwd to Ole pol point tQIatfnnn pointfrom t tfrom
from where It mm aMwod aMwodThat enappodThat d dThat
That there be no bolt ehctidac af epkrer a apiajwr aplayer
player resulting n a forward pace ns and aMliaer a a apJayer aplayer
player recdring the baH sboufci lei sot attaspt attasptto Mt Mtto
to pa paOn pose poseOn ill illOn
On the qmeUoa of nesting it is rraem rraemmeaded r rmlmded reosmmended
mended U that t wb If wbe UM ball 1s carried to totho tthe tothe
the a 15yaxd yard MM two points be snored K Kyanl I Iyan1 15yarti
yanl line IIDe three paInts Hiud MM 3 fo fou foupMau fan fanpolsin r rpobtU
pobtU Syard JUd line ue Its Ate fe potete and aeresa aeresath aaieethe Mthe
th the coal six axThe sIxThe poiate poiateThe
The points are not to be aueiMMilatifa aueiMMilatifaAfter aonemkIeAfter ldfIe ldfIeAft
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fee J lam M than S yank a cat U UK pUy ky awt awtnext DNItnet m mnext
next gnp orte UM scrteaagB JiM mere this thaaS u
5 yards fremthe Item tae ea center oeIIMtbeee centerthose r rMe
tbeee Me proposed ed testa test and It experiments experimentsrork experimentsork experimentswork
work for the good of the game it may maya maycau maycause
cau cause a use 9om4 soui oC ° f the skeptics akep al to change changeh chan chanutr changetheir
their h tr minds and use their influence la ueace in inestoring Inrestoring Inrestoring
restoring the game ame at th the Wo Woet r08t t Sid SIde in inJtitution institution insiltation
Jtitution stitutionThMe siltationThose JtitutionTha
Tha Those e behind the scheme eme wit wUJ try to torrange toarra toarrange
arrange arra 8 for or experiments within two twove twow twoweeks
w weeks ve ks k probably tome Saturday morning morningx
110 x > as not to conflict with 1th school work workr01G workYOUNG workYOUffl
YOUNG ATHLETES START IH IHraded INGraded I IGraded
Graded raded Schoolboys Have Initial InitialPractice InitialPractioe InitialPractice
Practice at Y M C A Ahree AIhree AThree
Three hree School Alrcmlj Alren < l Loom Up Cl ni niFornililnlile nit nitJormldnhle asFornuidnlle
Fornililnlile in Relay Itncva I1nccliand Itncvanntl llncesand
and Other Events KveiitnThe I EventsThe enh enhThe
The grade school athletes of Washing Wnahlngon Washington Wuhlnlton
ton on who are going to compete In the theIternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon event Y8IltJI on th the Ped Federal r l indoor indooranves Indoorfalna indoorgames
games anves pro pro amme ramm on February I Itralnln began begantraining j jraining
raining tralnln yesterday afternoon aCter 06l on the Ut new newtanked 1te 1tebanked newbanked
banked track In th the gymnasium of tho thotoys thoooys theboys
boys toys department of the Y M f C A and andvMl andwt andwill
will continue to do light work every after aftertoon alternoon afternoon
noon In the week For an hour the track trackvai tracks trackwas
was s crowded with Uh likely IIkel young athletes athletestad athlete8aDd athletesand
tad most of tVe te tWe time Um w wan spent in couth couthng COI1thIng cooEhlag
lag ng them tb m on running form No attempt attemptivili attemptwill
will 111 be made at speed until the boys have havetocome havebecome havebecome
become tocome thoroughly limbered up and all allho allthe 11 11the
the ho kinks in their muscles removed removedThree removedThree removedThree
Three schools whose representatives are arsjoing ausoln aregoing
going soln to give all the other schools mighty mightytard mightyhard mightyhard
hard tussles in tho relay races and Jive Jivendiridual JIeIndh1dual liveindiridual
ndiridual events are the Tyler Carberry Carberryind Car Carberryanti rry rryand
and Monroe Ion Managers Soper of the theTyler theTler theTyler
Tyler and Sill of the Carberry are espe espeilly espedAily capedaily
dAily active The Tyler has Boyd Mc McDaniel feDaniel McDaniel
Daniel llammell Soper and Cook Cooktbe as ashe asthe
the he most promising pomi lng material for the cham chamrionship chamIJlonship chamltonshlp
rionship r rIay ay y team with Rise Willis Willis3rown WillisBro1n WillisBrown
Brown William Ferguson erSUfiOU Bdward dward Lang Langtenny Langhenny Langhenny
henny tenny and Norman Nor an Sill leading leadln just now nowor nowfor nowfor
for or places on tile Carberry team Thin Prlnrpal PrinCIpal ThinIpl
CIpal rpal Draper of th the Monroe School Is Isspecially Ises Isespecially
specially es lally anxious to win the champion champtonihip championship championship
ship point trophy and will 111 have boys in inhe inthe inthe
the he individual events as well as relay relayaces relayraces relayraces
races racesAmon racesAmong acesAmong
Among Amon the outoftown colleges COne 8 Mary Maryand Maryland Marybend
and Agricultural A rkultural College will 11I be one of ofhe ofUle ofthe
the he most mo t numerously represented representedIt
It is expected that tho classification of ofclay oCrcla ofrely
clay rcla teams will be completed not later laterhan laterthtUi laterthan
han February Februar 7 the entries for the indi individual individual Inthlvidual ¬
vidual events closing three days da s later laterSPORTING laterSPORTING laterSPoRTING
SPORTING SIDELIGHTS SIDELIGHTSBy
By DILl < BAILEY BAILEYBy DAILEYB BAIL1YBy
By B all means let Business High HI h and andlio andthe andtiio
the lio Georgetown Preps fight ht it out for the theiaskctball theb thebasketbali
iaskctball b championship Not ot one game gameut gamebut gamebut
but ut a a series of three threeFor threeFor threeFor
For the benefit of some two dozen ice iceseating Ices Iceslating
seating s aUng fans we beg to announce that thatthere thtitthere thatthere
there is nothing doing on the basin to today todart today ¬
day Those youngsters had best keep off offtoo orrtoo offtoo
too or there will be a job for some good goodlive goodlive goodlive
live undertaker undertakerPresident undertakerPresident undertakerPresident
President Noyes oyes of the Nationals is isback isback Isback
back from a trip to Cuba He is feeling feelingflno feollng1Ino feelingline
line and expects to bat 100 0 or better from fromnow fromnow
now on
Count that day dA lost whose low decend decending decendIng decendlag
ing sun finds no new attack on a c major majorleague majorle6 majorleague
league le6 c magnate m gJ1ate or a fellowclub member memberIf
If you ou want to take a smash sm sh at any anybody anybody anybody ¬
body and have nobody nobod in particular in inmind jnmind Inmind
mind just hand It to J Joy Jo Miller late lateof Jateof lateof
of Michigan MichiganWe S SWe
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We were told that Tex Rickard was wasonly wasonlr wasonly
only a silent partner in this Jeffries JeffriesJohnson JeffrJesJobnson JeifrienJohnson
Johnson affair Silent Huh HuhThe HuhThe HuhThe
The Carlisle Indians will not be b repre represented repreientod reproseated ¬
seated on the baseball diamond this year yearbut yearbut yearbut
but instead will take up lacrosse Noth Nothing NothIng Notiling ¬
ing heard about dropping football how howThe howevcr however
ever
The patrons of the PUtaburg Plttabur libraries librariesare librariesare librariesare
are clamoring for books on aviation aviationNews avllitlonNews aviationNews
News Item Now for the plane pl Jte Their Theirsky Theirsky Theirsky
sky has been so obscured by b smoke and andscandal andscandal andscandal
scandal that they want to get up there thereand thereand thereand
and see how it looks Nasty weather weatherwere weatherwere weatherwere
were having are we not notThey not notThey notThey
They are still whooping whooping things tbln s up for forthe forthe forthe
the auto show Looks like a big week weekfor weekfor weekfor
for Washington WashingtonJack WasblnstonJack WashingtonJack
Jack OBrien says 5a s that one reason there thereIs thereis thereIs
Is no new talent Is that the youngsters youngstersdont youngstersdont
1 dont sot a chance to fight
Annual Midwinter Clearance of ofP ofP ofp
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P B Metropolitan MetropolitanSuits MetropolitanSuits MetropolitanSuits
Suits and Overcoats OvercoatsIncluding
Including the famous P P B Club Models ModelsMetropolitan IvlodelsM ModelsMetropolitan
Metropolitan M etropo 1 Itan University V DIversIty and an d Cosmos Cosmosand C Cosmosand osmos osmosand
and all other o her herup up P B winterweight suits and andOvercoats andOvercoats andOvercoats
Overcoats OvercoatsNothing OvercoatsNothing OvercoatsNothing
Nothing but our regular regularup up P B stock stockoffered stockoffered stockoffered
offered in this sale salePo salerep f fP
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tP P B tI 3000 Values S217S S217SP 2175 2175P 2175rp
rp P B 3500 Values S2550 S2550P 82550rp S2550fep
rp P B 4000 Values 3125 3125rP 3125rp 3125rep
rP B 4500 Values 83475 83475tP 3475 3475P 3475Cep
tP P B Bt 5000 Values 83750 83750HeadtoF 3750 3750HeadtoFoot 375OHeadtoFoot
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AUTOMOBILE AUTOM BILE NEWS NEWSNOTES NEWSNOTES I
NOTES AND GOSSIP GOSSIPUy I IUy
Uy DIIIECT Dlnl CT DRIVE DRIVELocal DRIYELocal DRIVELocal
Local dealers are much interested in inthe intbe inthe
the movement Jll < wement which hlch has been be n started startedIn
In New York for the purpose e of crushing crushingall crushingan crashingall
all opposition oppo lUOIl to the Licensed l Anne Association Anneelation 880 880elatlon ¬
elation Brtofly the idea of tb the New NewYork NowYork W WYOtk
York dealers 1 Is to inform and warn the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public of the danger of buying buytn cars from fr fromdealers m I Idealers idealers
dealers who whose hole e cars are not licenced underj underjthe under underthe underthe
the Selden patent patentThere patentThere t
ti i
There is many mall a man today tocla who can canafford canatl canafford
afford atl rd to own an a automobile and who whowould whOwould whirwould
would enjoy having avl one said a prom prominset i itoent ilnent
inset Washington dealer yesterday but butwho butwho I
who hesitates to make the purchase be because becaUH because ¬
cause he fears he will not be able to todrive todrive todrive
drive th u ear himself himselfI hlm elf elfr
I can recall one Oft cas ease in particular particularwhich particularwhich parUcularwhich
which happened not long ago a A gentle gentleman gentlelana entle entleman ¬
man was U taking takt a ride with me one day dayand dayand a aaM
and remarked I wish I could drive a acar aear aear
ear You can indeed and I can prove proveit proveIt
it to you Stopping the car I had him himtake himtake I Itake
take the th drivers rlvef seat and then carefully carefullyinstructed carefullyinstructed I Ila
la instructed tructed him as to how to start the thecar thocar > I Icar
car slowly sIowl at first then faster as he he1Md hegained j jgained
gained 1Md confidence Inside of thirty mm mm mmutes i iut
ut utei c that man was s an automobile enthu enthusIst 1 1siast j jsla4it
siast and the result was an order for a acar acar acar
car which a short time previously IM tously I had hadno hadno hadno
no idea of getting and the gentleman gentlemanwith entJeman entJemanIth j jwith
with Ith me had no intention of making makingMany makingMany j jMany
Many women too would enjoy th the au a automobile u utomoblle j jtomobile
tomobile more if they learned to drive the thecar thecar thecar
car themselves It gives ves them a greater greatercontidence IJIPatercon greaterconfidence
confidence con dence in themselves acts as a tonic tonicfor tonicfor tonicfor
for the nerves and provides a not too tooviolent tooviolent tooviolent
violent exercise which is of great t benefit benefitto benentto benefitto
to health healthTh hM1tkMte healthThe
The Th real pleasure comes with 1th the thedriving thedr1 thedriving
driving dr1 of o the car Try It ItAH It ItAll ItAU
AH the way ay from Flint MIL nclL only a ashof 1lsheil ashout
shout t distance south of the Canadian line lineto lneto lineto
to Dallas Tex a shipment of automobiles automobilesWHS
was s made recently that tM t is believed to tobreak tobreak tobreak
break all records in the matter of num numbers numbers numhers ¬
bers bersThe bersThe hersThe
The shipper was wa the Snick Motor Iolor Com Company Company Cornliany ¬
pany and on December 30 2 there went wentforward wtonttOnard wentforward
forward from their plant a solid train trainload tralnload trainload
load of forty cars consigned cons ned to the Buick BuickAutomobile BuickAutomobile
Automobile Company This trainload was wasmade wasmade as asmAde
made up entirely of Rock Island special specialfortyfoot spedalfortfoot specialfortyfoot
fortyfoot automobile cars cars and contained
127 Buick automobiles all betA befog 1910 1910models 1910models 1910niodels
models It was the longest lon t train the thegreatest thegreatest thegreatest
greatest number of cars and the most mostvaluable mostvaluable mostvaluable
valuable shipment of automobiles autom U S ever evermade evermAdo evermade
made anywhere anwere by b any II au factory tadOC The TheBuick TheBuick TheBuick
Buick people had a reason to feel proud proudOFFSEASON proudOFFSEASON proudOFFSEASON
OFFSEASON BASEBALL BASEBALLIndoor BASEBALLIndoor BASEBALLIndoor
Indoor baseball ba sebRl 1 the renewed agitation agitationof a tation tationof
of having it by eleclric eleqrle light and the theregular theregul theregular
regular regul r season thrown throwJt in should make a asufficiency asut asufficiencyand
sufficiency sut sufficiencyand dencyaftd and then some someJoe som someJoe I
Joe Doyle the slow 10 man of the New NewYork XewYork NewYork
York Yankees pitching staff has just in invaded invaded ¬
vaded Oklahoma in his annual crusade crusadeagainst crusadeagainst
against the quail of that State StateGenuine1 StateGenuine StateGcnuin I
Genuine Irish sod from from om County Count Cavan Cavanwill Cavanwill Cavanwill
will cover the new White Sox grounds to tobe tobe I Ibe
be opened in Chicago this season son If the theIrish th thIrish theIrisis
Irish sod is as manse as the American Americankind Americankind Americankind
kind on the old White Sox lot Comiskeys Comiskeysboys ComiskeysI Comiskeysboys
boys will keep k p right on winning wtnRln all their theirgames theirames theirgames
I games ames at home homeWild homeWild
Wild Bill Donovan will make his hismanagerial hismanagerial hismanagerial
managerial bow as chief of Detroits sec second second ¬
ond team on the journey north from San
Antonio Tex next spring Donovans Donovanskittens DonOanskittens Donovanskittens
kittens will show in Fort Worth Okla Oklahoma Oklahoma OkIahoma ¬
homa City Enid Topeka Top ka Kansas City CitySpringfield CIt CItSpringfield CitySpringfield
Springfield Ill Indianapolis Indllln poUs and Dayton DaytonHorace DaytonHorace DaytonHorace
Horace Fogel has done two things since sincehe sincehe sincehe
he bought the Phillies He has substi substituted substitute1 ¬
tuted Dooin Doom for Murray Iurra as manager and anddecided anddecided anddecided
decided on something classy chtS i for next nextyears nextyeltrs nextyears
years uniform His athletes will wear wearwhite wearwhite wearwhite
white stockings with green stripes strlpeaprob strlpeaprobably atripeeprobably prob probably ¬
ably in honor of the new ncwmanAgor ncwmanAgorConnie manager managerConnie managerConnie
Connie Mack will not get down to the theroster therOllter theroster
roster limit until he really has to He Hehas Hel Hehas
has l u such a lot of finelooking young ma material materllli material ¬
terial that he wishes to give every ever one a areal areal areal
real chance to make good in the South SouthHis SouthHis SouthHis
His chief problem now is the outfield and andbackstop andbackstop andbackstop
backstop positions positionsRARE positionsRARE positionsRARE
RARE BARGAINS BARGAINSAT
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Golf Hubs 175 to JIM JIMCaddy 250Caddy 250 250Caddy
Caddy Hags L50 to uO uOBalls 1100Halls 10balls
Balls per OOE dos 688 to 9CO 9COSweaters 9JOSweatlnl 9A0Sweaters
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