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8 i THE WASHINGTON HERALD TUESDAY KAECH ABCE I 22 1910 1910I
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BI BA ASEBi SEBA LLI LL In Sensational Sens ion Finish FinishGeorgetown Ni NiA NATIONA AT A A TJfJ TIO I1TA A LSElbe L I Sf2t Q Elberfeld eld Greeted Greeted CampP B BOWL P lO 0 TT7 WLING T 11TGT 1 ATf I Twel elveD District trictTeams trictTeamsj trictTeamsl1 Teams j
l1 f1 Georgetown Wins Game 1 V jfl i 1 J1 1 Yll Y O at Norflok Camp JLJJ VV JU1 1 V J in zn Baltimore n Tourney
UN iii II ll ELEVENTH ELEVENTHGeorgetown ELEVEN TH THGeorgetown
Georgetown Lucky to BeatMount eat eatMOl1nt
Mount St Joseph JosephSCORE JosephSCORE
SCORE TIED IN THE EIGHTHHllltoppers
Hilltonpcrs Five Huns Behind Un Uncork tJncork
cork Sensational Batting Rally In Including IncludInG ¬
cluding Two Home Runs RunsUenefee RunsUenefeeFormer Menefee MenefeeFormer p
Former District School Boy Saves SavesDay SaveDay I
Day for Blue and Gray GrayBy GrayDy
By N T WORtBY WORtBYGeorgetown VORLEYGeorgetown
Georgetown Field 1a1d has been the scene sceneof scenoot
of many historic battles but yesterdays yesterdayscontest yesterdaysoortest
contest between Mount St St Josephs of ofBaltimore otBaltImore
Baltimore and the local collegians which whichwae whichwas
was won by the Hllltoppers S to 7 7after 7atter
after eleven hardfought Innings de deserves deserves deserves ¬
serves to rank with the best athletic athleticbattles athleticbattles
battles ever ev r pulled off on the west side sidediamond sidediamond r
diamond diamondAfter diamondAtter
After falling hopelessly hope1 SSly behind In the theearly thoearly
early eary part of the game disheartened and andtired andtired
tired of trying to push their runners runnersaround runnersaround
around the bases Georgetowns Georgatownspluck Georgatownspluckcame pluck pluckcame
came to the front for one more desperate dasperatostab desporatosLab desperatestab
stab at victory In the t1l eighth inning Innln and andby andby
by a a few smiles 6f Dame Fortune and andsome andsome
some mighty good use of the willow the thelads theIads
lads from across the creek tied up the thegame thegame
game and after three more more rounds of ofstrenuous otstrenuous
strenuous effort landed a wellearned wellearnedvictory wellearnedvictory
victory victoryGeorgetown victoryGeorsetown
Georgetown used four pitchers and all allof allof
of of them ware wall scorched but Schaub Schaubof SchlWbof Sohaubof
of the visitors stuck to his job in good goodstyle goodstyle
style and It was no fault of tho MountSt Mount MountSt
St Josephs captain that his team did didnot didnot I
not go back home with the game safely safelytucked safelytucked
tucked away Each team made sixteen sixteenhits sixteenhits
hits so s it is unnecessary UnneeM88f to say that the thegame thegame th
game was replete with the good old oldbingles oldbingles ok I
bingles that bring joy to the heart of the thefan thefan th
fan Georgetown Geor Qtown did not commence to toconnect toconnect t
connect with the ball until after tho thoseventh thoseventh
seventh session se nine of their hits com coming comIng cornIng ¬
ing after this round live of them two twoof twoor twcof
of which were homers being bunched in inthe Inthe L Lthe
the fatal eighth eighthAre el8hthAre
Are Game Finishers FiuisherKThe Filllsl ers ersThe
The Hilltoppers displayed an unexpected unexpectedability une cpecte cpecteability = I
ability to put up a game finish which whichwill whichwHl
will probably be the most mo t pleasing bit bitof bitof bi
of news to the fans Besides they con continued continued ¬
tinued to field the ball In great t style styleonly stYleonly
only one tniscue being registered a muff muffby muttby met metby
by shortstop Gibson In the eighth inning inningIn tnnlngIn Innlngin
In the tenth t nth when it looked like the thevisiting tbeyjsiUng tb S
visiting aggregation would score a quick quickdouble quickdouble quid
double play by Gibson Feenan and andMenefee andMenefee ani aniMenefee
Menefee shattered their hopes and gave gaveGeorgetown gaveG
Georgetown G rgetown a chance to win in the next nextturn nutturn nex t
turn at bat batThe batThe
The contest was as good an example of ofthe otthe o 9
the great American game as has baS been beenfurnished beenfurnished I
furnished local fandom for some time timegood timegood
good and bad plays coming e mlng In quick suc succession succession ¬
cession and the ball beIng constantly const nUy hit hitto hitto hi t
to odd corners of the field Toward the theend theend th a
end of o the game when the score was wastied wastied wa S
tied and when the crowd had been swell swelled sweUed sw l 1 ¬
ed by those who had been over watch watching watching watching ¬
ing the WesternGeorgetown Prep game gamethe gamethe
the Georgetown rooters roote got busy and en enlivened enlivened L Llivened ¬
livened things with their Hoya Hoy Hoya HoyaSaxa HoyaSaxa I ISaxa
Saxa and Locomotive yells yellsAlthough yellsAlthough yellsAlthough
Although on a strange diamond and andwithout andwithout an d dwithout
without a a handful of sympathizers the theMount theMount th 0 0Mount
Mount St St Josephs contingent proved to tobe tobe t 0 0be
be gritty until the last man was a down downand downand dow H
and out and the boys from near Balti Baltimore Baltlmore ¬
more left the field having h vlng earned a right rightto rightto righ t
to share th the glory and honor of one of ofthe otthe c f
the tightest of games when the battle battlewas battlewas e
was over overMenefee overMenetee
Menefee who again was on the receiv receiving reclving recohing ¬
ing end for the tb Georgetown team han handled handled L ¬
dled himself like a votoran and but one oneman oneman on e
man successfully pilfered a base besides besidesthe besldethe e
the exCentrallte made four hits hits leading Icadin
his teammates and it was Menefees hit hitin hitin hI it itin
in the eleventh which started the down downfall dow dowfall I Ifall ¬
fall of the Mount rount St St Josepn JO epn aggregation aggregationMenefee a gregatlon gregatlonIenefee I IMenefee
Menefee also scored the winning run and andwas andwas an anwas
was a tower of strength when it came to t 0
bracing up the Infield with his words of ofcheer otcheer c r
cheer when things looked darkest for the th e
Blue and Gray GrayCatcher GrayCatcher
Catcher Williams of Mount St St Joseph Josephsproved Jo ephsproved s
proved to be a tight customer at the bat batslashing ba t tslashing
slashing out four hits out outof of otfiv five trips to tothe totha t 0
the chopping block ono of them being a
double along the left field foul line In the theopening theopening Ui o oopening
opening round which brought home the th Le
first run of the game gameThe gameThe gameThe
The fielding of Gibson at short Lanasa Lanasan Lanas 0 0n
n left and McGrath
on third was as sen sensational sensational se I ¬
sational Lanasa made a wonderful wonderfulcatch wondertulcatch ii iicatch
catch of Connollys swat in tho seventh seventhand soventhand i
and while on the dead run Jumped up in inthe Inthe I Ithe n
the air and brought down the leather leatherVisitors lootherYJsltors leatheriaItors
Visitors First FirstMount FIrstMount
Mount St Josephs started trouble In the theopening theoPEnlng Ui e eopening
opening Inning Lanasa failed to con connect connect 1 1nect ¬
nect with Wymards shoots and fanned I I1mm
Bain 1mm singled to center and after Mc Mc ¬
Grath fouled out to Feanan Feenan Williams Williamssent WnUamssent s
sent a hummer down the th third base line linefor 11Mfor lit IC
for two bags scoring Bain
Tracay sent senta senta
a weak roller to the pitcher and was wassnuffed wassnuffed
snuffed at first firstFor finstlor firstFor
For Georgetown Hunt walked Connol Connolly Connolh ¬
ly h was retired second to first and and Mur Murphy Murphy Murphy ¬
phy beat out a bunt and stole second secondSittordlng secondSittordlnS
Sittordlng struck out Menefee made nade his hisfirst hisfirst
first hit of the
game by slamming one to toleft tolett toleft
left field that got away from the guardian guardianof
of that corner and scored Murphy MurphyThe MurvhyThe
The visitors made four runs In their
half of the fourth Inning and gave the theGeorgetown theGeorgetown
Georgetown pjayers and rooters a bad badattack badattack badattack
attack of the blues Williams Tracey Traceyand Trace Traceand Tracayand
and Scallon all hit safely and after
Brooks lifted a high one to right which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was caught by Hunt Boyle Bo le singled to
left and sent two
runners over the pan panAt
At this of the
stage game Wymard was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken out of the box and OConnor OCon or took
his place on the firing line Wab was wasall wasal1 wasall
all smiles and his advent In the game gamewas gamewas gamewas
was hailed with much joy until he hewalked hewalked hewalked
walked Schaub Schau filling the bases and andLanasa andLanasa andLanasa
Lanasa beat out o t an infield blow sending
in another runner OConnor then walked
Bath and Mount St Josephs total was wasswelled wasswel1ed wasswelled
swelled to five scores s ores McGrath ballooned balloonedtn
tn t left l rt and Williams hit to short and andthe andthe andthe
the ball struck Lanasa this out retiring
the side sideAftir sIdeAttr sideAfLr
Aftir Schaub was hit by one of ofOConnors otOConnors ofOCrnnorsspeedy
OConnors OCrnnorsspeedy speedy curves in the sixth sixthThe sixthrrThe sixthThe
rrThe The Beer Tat Thattho Wins Winstho Winstho
tho highest approval of exact e =
Ing people Is IsTho isOLD IsOLD
OLD GLORY GLORYThe
The finest of its type Brewed
from the highest grade malt and
hops hopsproperly properly aged Cases Casesof C1sesot Casesof
of 2 doz 175 175iSBottle 115tKBottle
iSBottle rebate BOc BOcAbnerDrury 60cAb Oc OcBrewing
AbnerDrury Ab ner D rury Brewing B rewmg Co C 0 whm w Phon 43
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Lanasa L anasa sacrificed sacrificed him to second and he hecounted hecounted heunted
counted co unted when McGrath nailed the horse horsehide horsehide horsede
hide hi hia hith de to center field for three sacks In Inan Inan Inn
an a hiw n attempt to score on the hit Lanasa Lanasawas Lanasawas Lanasaas
was w as nabbed at the home plate by a good goodthrow goodthrow goodrow
throw th row by b Murphy to Gibson and his re relay reI rey ¬
I lay la y to Menefee MenefeeWilliams MenefeeW11llams MenefeeWilliams
Williams started off o In the seventh seventhwith seventhwith seventhith
wa with w ith a slashing drive to the left garden gardenand gardenand gardennd
and a ww nd was advanced a base basowhen when Tracey Traceywas Traceywas Traceyas
was w as retired pitcher to first first Scallon Scallonpoked SCaUonpoked Scallonoked
poked p oked a mean one to left that brought broughtWilliams broughtWlJUams
Williams V IlIiams over the line lineTic UneTie lineTie
Tie Score eore In Eighth EighthWhen Elgl1thWhen EighthWhen
When the eighth inning rolled around aroundand aroundand
and a nd the score stood 7 to 2 there was wasprobably wasprobably wasrobably
ap
probably p not a person present who had hadthe hadthe hade
the th e faintest idea that Georgetown would wouldtie wouldtie woulde
tie ti e things up but they did Cheored on onby ony
by b y the rooters from the Prep PrepWestern PrepWestername Western Westerngame V stern sternI
game g ame the Hllltoppers went after afterSohaubs afterSchaubs afterohaubs
I gS gte Sohaubs S delivery with a vengeance Sit Sltterdlng Sitterdlng Sitrding
terdlng te rding struck out but Menefee was on onthe onthe onjob
the th job and soaked the ball to left leftCogan leftCOsan
thC
Cogan C ogan hit to short and Boyle made an anerror anerror anror
error er ror which allowed all hands to pull pullup punup
up u p safe Then Gibson picked out one to tohis tohis
his hi s liking and sent it over the bank in inright Inricht
right ri ght field for a home run His hit hitbrought hitbrought
bd brought b the Georgetown teams confi confidence confidence ¬
dence d ance up to par and Feenan was there therewith therewith
with w ith a twobagger twob ger Coach Grlllo Grub sent in inCharley InChatley
Charley C Dugan who was warming the thebench thebonah
bench b ench to bat for Flannery Charley Charleymade Charleymade
made made m ade himself solid forever in George Georgetown Georgetown ¬
town to wn by b duplicating dupU atlng Gibsons homer to tothe tothe
the th e sam sema territory tying the th score Hunt Huntand Huntand
and a nd Sitterding poped up files and onded ondedthe ondedthe
the th e Inning InningNeither InningNelthor
Neither side scored In the ninth and andtenth andtenth
tenth te nth sessions but in the eleventh eleventhGeorgetown eleventhGeorgetown
Georgetown G eorgetown won the th game Menefeo Menefeocracked llenefeocracked
cracked c out his fourth hit after Sit Sitterding Sitterdlng Sitnding ¬
terding te nding had been put out out second socond to first firstand firstand
and a nd Cogan then hit ito J to right field the theball theban
ball b all getting ttlng away from Brooks and per permitting per permfttlng ¬
mitting m itting Menefee to cross the pan with withthe wththe withe
the th e winning run Score ScoreGEORGETOWN ScoreGEORGETOWN
GEORGETOWN AB R R H PO A A E EHunt EHunt
Hunt H unt rf B 1 2 2 0 0 0Connolly 0Connolly 0onnally
Connolly C If 5 0 1 1 0 0 0Murphy 0urphy
Murphy M urphy capt of 5 51 1 2 0 I 1 0 0Stttardlne 0Sitterding 0tterding
Stttardlne Sl tterding 3b b 6 0 0 2 1 A AMonefea 0 0Menefee
Monefea M onefeec e 6 6Cogan 2 4 6 4 t tCogan
Cogan Sb 5 5Gibson 1 3 1 3 0 0Gibson 0ibson
Gibson G ibson se S SFeenan 1 2 t 6 1 1Feenan
Feenan F eonan lb 4 4Wymard 1 1S 1 1 0 0WYmard
Wymard W vmardp p 1 0 0OConnor 0 0 2 2O 0
OConnor O OF Eonnur onnur p 2 8 0 Q l lFlannery 0 0 4 0 0mannery 0lannery
Flannery F p 0 0 0 0 0 0Gr7 0 0rayp
Gray O rayp p 1 0 Q 1 0 0 0ugan
Dugan D ugan i 1 1 1 0 00 00Totals 0 002 0 0Totals41i
Totals Totals41i 46 1 S 1C 33 i3 21 1 1B 1Batted 1BttOd
B Batted tted fw Ftannwy In the eighth eighthMT eighthMT
MT ST J AD H H PO A E ELanasa ELanaa Banaaalf
Lanasa L anaaalf If I 0 3 1 0 1 1BaIR 1
Bain B aInef ef it 1 1 1 0 0 0cGrath C i
McGrath M cGrath Sta i 0 1 3 2 1 1Williams 1Willi 1 1illiams CL L
Williams Willi W illiams A c 6 2 46 4 6 1 1racey2b 1 1Traceoy
Tracey T racey2b 3b 4 1 2 2 6 6Scallon I Ii
Scallon callcoib lb 6 1 3 18 i 0 2 2Brooka 2Brooka I Irooks i
Brooka B rooks rf S 0 1 3 0 0Boyle 1 1 L Leyless
Boyle B eyless ss i 1 1 3 1 1Sehaub 1 1chaub
Schaub S capUi cpt P I 1 1 1 1 30 30Totals 3 0 07
Totals 44 7 IS 16One 1 li V VOne 7One r
One out when game was won wonGeorgetown W11nGeorgetown
Georgetown 0 60rgetOwn2O 29IOIC9S0018 29IOIC9S0018Mt 0 I 0 0 ii OS t 5 0 0 01s 18 18lUt I
lUt Mt tSTtJ St St J 1 0 Q04O11000O Q04O11000OFirst 0 n40110Dft 1 0 1 lOt 0 0 07 07First 7 7First r
First base on errors errorMount Mount St Jo Josephs JoaephlI Joephs ¬
sephs s 1 Georgetown 2 Left on bases basesMount bases baseslount basesount
Mount M MF ount St St Josephs Jo 12 I Georgetown 12 12i 12 12First IZirst
i First F irst base on balls ballsOtr Oft OConnor 3 oft oftGray oftOray oflray
Gray G ray 1 off Schaub 2 Innings pitched pitchedBy pltehedBy pitchedy
By B y Gray S by Wymard 313 by OCon OConnor OConnor OConor ¬
nor n or 328 3 23 by b Flannery 1 L Hits made madftOff madi madiOft madeff
Off o on ff Wymard 8 off OConnor 4 off Flan Flannery Flannery Planery ¬
nery n ery 1 Ii off Gray ura ray 3 3 Struck out outBy By Wy Wymard Wyr V Vmard ¬
mard m ard 1 1 by Flannery 1 by Gray Gra 2 by b r
Schaub 5 hauh 4 to Home runs runsDuan Dugan Gibson GibsonThreebane GibsonThreebn Gibsonhreebase
Threebane T e hit hlt1lcGrath McGrath Twobase hits hitsVIIUams hit hitWIlliams
Williams Schaub Feenan Sacrifice Sacrificehits SaorlftcehitsLanasa
hits hitsLanasa h Lanasa Brooks Connolly Murphy Murphyogan
Cogan Co C ogan n Stolen liases ImSesHunt Hunt 2 Tracey
Connolly Murphy Feenan Double plays play
Gibson to F P4iian > nan an to Menefee Hit by bypitcher bypitcherBy b
pitcher pitcherBy p By OConnor OCon or T Passed ball
Williams Umpire UmflreIr UmpireMr Mr Ed Handiboe
Time of game game 2 hours and 30 minutes minutesSAU minutesSAN minutesSAN
SAN FRANCISCO RESULTS RESULTSFIR8T RESULTSFIRST RESULTSF1RT
FIRST RACHalf mile La Camarge MQ MQWOlfaBttJ 1mfWO It ItVWiiei
fWO WOlfaBttJ 7 to 1 woe Sam m Mattlwwa IK RQIIi Rue RueT Ruielto
T to 5 5 Mooad Jim JI Ba BalliQ ey 112 Rettfe 9 to ttIIbd tohird 2 2thhd
thhd t Hoe 05134 Ot 35 RawfeUm Ra KocUllo ostsllo Eddie BddieMatt EddieIou BOdiolt
Matt M olt Obafe Ob e Z z Blana Blaaa Cmabd aad Abegafl atoo atooran 111raB di
ran 1 55
ranSECOND SECOND RACEPtaterity course > Blacksb DIackaIMep ep
113 113 1 11 Kedtm I to 5 woa W Gen Gm Haley its1e H6 King Elogito
3 to 1 1 second Old Settler MS I Roberts t M to tol tolThi 1 1U L
U tJaW bd Tfa on Thi 11314 1131 113 16 WapabeBe Wapa eUe Kteney Barring DQXStD g
Both Sir Barry and Aaqfe A W Wus Ua also ran ranTHIRD railTHIRD raeTHIRD
THIRD RACEFtourity cewse use Damegtoe D 115 115OlMtrr 11iIII ii iiMsntni
OlMtrr t III l1 N to 1 WIlt One Crace O IB Martial Martialto
5 5t to S aeoMd Ben B Stone st 115 RetUg rnw 8 to 1 1tkM 1 I Ihkd
tkM t TIMe Idt flex Bdtriora FMMMU Hall Hallnatmibtl Hall L
natmibtl i lee Hanoock and The SUdscr also ran ranFOURTH ra raFOUKTII I IFOURTh
FOURTH RAC RACESftoeA S wa fnrlom fcnion I IDdemeat cfcH > eat XX XXMartin 100 100OIartia IC ICMantis
Martin H to M won Rapid Water Vi Page Pager Panelto
r to I second Galmca S mar n 3 to 1 1third 1tltird I Ithird
third Ttaw ne 1 1S 1i 0 Lewtotoa Faiwy and Duke of ora t
Miles also a ran ranFIFTH raaPIFT1I ranFIFflI
FIFTH RAOEMlte M IIhI and a lUteentkRMtaUm1 Sixteenth R itMiatlee aOBH aOBHM I IThoi
M Thoam S to I wen Rnbde m I Rice 1Uee IU II 5 te t taecood
1 MOOMi AvoBiaRtM Aoe1m KM Pag Pagij abWt 6 te 1 thfed I
Tbna 14C34L 14G 35 VoiWUe riUe Fraoefa Cook CookStnUl Btjoat I1rn I1rniau
Smug S iau Ban A AkairB uArBtIo ArBw aDd Shier S fel Gram afeo afeoran aJroJaIl di 0 0an
ran i an
ranSIXTH SIXTH RACBStz RAO stx fartaiEs Big Gbtef tk 111 111Mentry 111I 11 11Mentrl
I m Mentry T to 5 won WOni Bit of FortoB Fortu Fontuaato 9S TbofOMi
4 to 1 fteoad cond Waaer MS OartJn Martin 10 to 1 UiM tk tkse
Ttew T se 11543 115 45 4 5 Jim Offej OaJreJA Oiffii > n Orikee Dr Do DMsh gh ghertjr L
ertjr G GeD D Russell and Johnny Ioas t jo s ran raaJACKSONVILLE raBJAOKSONVILLE ranFACXSONVILLE
JACKSONVILLE RESULTS BESTTLTSFIRST RESULTSFIIUiT RESULTSFIRST
FIRST RACESlx fartangs fnn3so Ya Yama a 110 pW piment Poweral rs I Ito
5 to 1 mm Toll n BGK B IM 11 Grlfiln GriCint 11 to i ecoond ecoondFireguard dFongurd V VFocegnard
Fireguard MB 1 Davenport 8 to 1 third Tine TtaelEW 11me r ra23s
lEW 1 a23s 35 P Pearl trl P Poiat Po4nt lnt Granwar Manheinwr Mfe MfeMarjone 311 UIII UIIIarjorie C Carie
Marjone 3 arjorie Ned Canaaek SQ Sqre are Deal and Nicbt NicbtMist NIshtMht NIgt It ItMistalioran
Mist Mistalioran MistalioranSBCOND alto ran ranSECOND ranSBCOND
SBCOND IlAOEFbwr furlongs Dont Dont 115 115Trader 115Trader 11 L5 L5Troxier
Trader 3 to 2 2 won lR1 VaHoni allonia 115 lOWeD Powers 4 to t 0 0eooinl
1 1 second Startler s rUer 115 Wilson 12 I to 1 third thirdTime thirdTime
Time Time 041 Ot Mud lien Aunt Lena Fruitful Sylvan Sylva SylvaDelI
Dell Mias U Helen and ITT Green also ran ranTHIHD ranTUIRD ranTHIRD
THIRD RACESix furlongs Dennis Stafford StaffordIK taffon
IK Burns 12 2 to 5 5 won Hcrace E 106 Grand GrandM
M 10 1 0 to 1 second hint int Premium m1um 112 Nlool Slcott 9 to toN to1i I Ie
N i e third Time 10231 11 11235 35 Fkmey Scfaleawig Sehlwf Miss Mi C
Herbert Jubilee Jurgins Gordon Lee illss l1sa Worth Worthand WoUJand i ind
and a nd Bomur Bloom Ot11 also ran
FOURTH RAOBSls ftong Martinez M3 4i
Davill Davis 5 to I won Alilton B Ill Nice Nfcult 2 to toemnd
1 second Anavri DUri Ill Griffin to 1 third third1me
Time Time 102 I 12 Frank Purcell Duke of Ormonde Al Alred ¬
fred f red the Great ESIay EIa and Montcalm also ran
FIFTH RACESir furlong furio gII 0 W B Burt rt 130 13
Trashr 12 to 1 won Jljstifler 130 Davenport
10 1 0 to 1 second Home Ran Ran 130 Nice Nfcol 13 to 5 5third
third Time 11335 113 1 13 35 Judge Cabanlaa Cloistress Cloistressaad Gl Gloistressand
and Lord Teteon aha ran ranSIXTH ranSIXTH ranSIXTH
SIXTH RACEMil and a furlong furion Edwin I 14
143 1 43 Davenport 9 to M won Gotomda da 103 Burnt
4 to 1 second Gerrjraawkr Ml IO Wilson 7 to 1 1
third Time 134 1S1 Oberon Oberon St St Ilario and Hartinz BartIn BartInaiao
also ran
rapTAMPA
TAMPA RESULTS BESULTSFIRST RESULTSFIRST RES1JTSFII1ST
FIRST RACE RAOETluf Thrta forlongs furl Ctananlt 1H
BrannemJ 7 to M wen Bertha D MS Koerner
7 te 1 1 second seroadj Orttta OrelJ 1W l0 Burton 7 to t 1 tfclnL thi l
Tim Tints Od7 34 3 Lord Wells Frank H McKinney
Mjr Kitty K1U and rapt Ca t Hand also ran
SECOND SRCO D RACBSir fmlongs fm1 ngs < Frank Patten 112
QlaMKr 3 to 1 won Xecba itS Reilly 8 to 5 5second 5second
second Altar 1tIU 93 Burton 6 to 1 third Time
111 34 Bar B 3IJ 31ay ar y Trappe Gatrine Montpar Iont ur Bill
Cowden Dr Heard Hnn Fete and Alanda also ran
THIRD RACESeran furlongs Bronte 1M Glav Glaviwr Gla5er GlasLbej
iwr Lbej 2 to 1 won on Red Hnasir 113 Fain 7 to 10 10eooond 10se 10noand
eooond se D Diq < u y B VA 1 Cole 3 to 1 1 third Time
133 13 35 CUibourne and Besom Friend FriendallO she ran
FOURTH RAOEFlva R EF1ve and onelralf furlongs furJ 1ijj BU
Ikrd Ball M9 Pain Pain 7 ta 14 won Yankee Yank Pooh
SS Koerner 3 to 1 Moood Jtrdje Henderson 100 i iBurton
Durtoo Burton 3 to 1 third Time 110 4o Nlantic Nlanticand Niantieend
and Pearl Hoptdm also ran ranFIFTH ranFIFlH ranFIFTH
FIFTH RVCBSer n fnrhwes Judge Dundon
li lii Rowe Ro e 4 to 1 fOil Laekle 111 Brann Brannon n 10 10to 10to 10to
to 1 second Locust Bud 91 Steinhart 3 3to to 1 1third Ithird 1third
third Tim Time 1JI 1 1t 5 Funky Morpeth Nattia N ttiB
Biunppo Own Lawn and Dry Dollar also ran ranSIXTH ran ranSIXTH ranSIXTH
SIXTH RACOnj UC On aDd oueajxtetnth miles mUt La Lafajette Lafayette Lafayette
fayette Ill Gleaner 3 to 1 won L L Cavana Aunagh avanagh i I I1M
1M 1 Fain 3 to 1 second Flora Riley 10 1 Bran fBannoQj Brannon i inoo
non noQj 7 toU to Ie l0 third Time 151 1 1 35 LaUoV LaflotvCobtuota Type j
Cbbmoea and W I flInch HI atoo o ran ranKetcliell raDKetcl1ell ranKetcheli
Ketcliell 3Icefa 1Ifcet Klaus Tomorrow TomorroTvStanley TomorrowStanley TomorrowStanley
Stanley Ketchell will reenter r enter the ring rIngtor
the first time since Jack J Ck Johnson John on onstopped
him last September when he hemeets
Frank Klaus In a sbcround bout boutIn
Pitteburg PU burS tomorraw tomorownlg1L nlghL night They wi will willfight
fght at catch weights wOlght and Ketchell Ket hull eli who wh whwl
wl weigh about 160 1 pounds says he hew1
w1 win by a n oknockot knockout knockout
ELBERFELD TW IN I III PUMP UAfllr UAfllrTabasco CAMP CAMPTlbasco
Tabasco Tlbasco Kid Is Warmty WarmlyGreeted WarmtyGIJeeted
Greeted by the tle Nationals NationalsFOREMAN ationalsFOREMAN
FOREMAN F IS STILL STI MISSING MISSINGainiinger MSIG MSIG31unnger MISSINGanager
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During the Jllorainsr lIorlllng at Norfolk Norfolkbut Norolk Norolkbut
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noon noonVll noonWill Will Meet State League Len ue Club ClubABUU ClubAGalu ClubIlgnin
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Special SP E uee tl to The T W W gt M Herald HeraldNorfolk Hfl HeraldNorfolk
Norfolk Va March Marh 21The The oftdelayed oftdelayedElberfeld oftdeloyed oftdeloyedElbofeld oftdelayediberfeld
Elberfeld Elbofeld E iberfeld got Into the te camp cmp of tho Na Nationals Natonas Naionala ¬
tionals tonas t this ti Is Afternoon Aferoon Ho said he was wasglad waslad vasglad
glad g lad to t got hero and In condition cndion to go goInto goInt gonto
Into Int I nto hard training The Kid made n nnolsa aoise
nolsa n oise when he landed laded With 1Vlh him he hebrou herought
brought brou b ht a new bat with wth which he expects expectsto eect a ato
to t o do wonders wondeI this tlls season seson It I Is a lilckory lilckorystick Idokorytick
stick stck s tick without a knot or cross cos grain gin In It ItOne Itne
One O ne of his admirers the son of a mil millionaire mUlonfre mu muoneire ¬
lionaire lonfre Il of New York had it mode me cape especially ope opecl81y capeaily ¬
cially cl81y d aily for him The bat bt like 1 the Kid KidIs KldIs Kids
Is I s somewhat am what undersized undorlz being shorter shoror and andsmaller andsmaler andmaller
smaller smaler s in diameter diamete than the average averagestick averagesUck averageUck
stick sUck s Uck But It has the weight of two twoaverage twoaveage twoverage
A average aveage bats bts Tha tKd Kid says that he hehas heha heas
has ha h as already Alredy tried It I and that it suits suitshim
him h im fine fineAfter fineAtter
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After the Kid had shaken hands with withtho w1
tho t he other Nationals Natonas whom ho met In the thehotel te
I hotel h otel lobby McAleer Mcleer walked waked up behind behindhim beind beindhim I
him h im him the back
and slapped slappe on The Themanager Thei Themanager
i manager and and newcomer newcmer greeted each eachother eaohi
i other oter o ther cordially cordialy and soon san left lef together togeth r to totalk toI
I talk tlk t alk over matters mattersNo 1ttr mattersNo
No Sign Slgn Signs of Foreman ForemanMcAIaer ForcmnnMcAluer ForemanMcAleer
McAIaer has hal about aout given up looking looking for forForeman forForemn foxoreman
Foreman Foremn F oreman to report reprt but is not giving him himself himnole ¬
i self s ole any 8Y concern concet about abt him him The pitcher pitcherprobably picher picherprobbly
probably probbly p realises reUu that tt there thro te 1 but little littlechance IUe lltthhenc6 I
I chance e for him to make the team tem Some Somebody Somcbod1
body b ody passed pUse out the Ut word wor that Foreman Foremanwould Foremanwould Foreunarwould I
would get here today tocay with wih Elberfeld ElbertcldMelr ElberfeldMcAiser
McAleer Melr has hs decided dolde not to play the theNorfolk theNorolk I INorfolk
Norfolk Norolk State Stte Ixxtgue Lg club cub Wednesday Wednesdaybut Wednesda Wednesdabt
but bt there will wl be b another anUe game gmo between betweenthe bteon bteonthe 1 1I
the t he Nationals Natnaf and an the State Ste Leaguers Leaguersi LoaguemiSaturday I
i Saturday Saturay The National NaUonal manager maago thinks thinksIt 5 5t
It i t more moe to the te advantage of his men to togve t tgive
give gve them tem regular rela daily practice practiceThere prctce practiceThere
There Tro wax W but one on seaslon selon of practice practicefor Jctce Jctcetor I Ifor
for the te men today tod It was W8 cloudy cloud > and andthe andte am I Ithe
the te temperature taleuro was a rather rther low The Theworkout Thoworkot I Iworkout
workout workot was ws In the te morning mning and an it was wa 3 3a
a lon long one Obertln Obri Groom Gom Gray GI and andRekrifner andRelnr ant IS I
Rekrifner Relnr worked wore in the te box boX Oborlns Oborlnswork Oberlin Oberlinwork S
work was wa the best bet that Ut he h has ha done here hereand hee heeand hereand
and he seems soms to be rounding roundl into good goodform goodform goot I Iform
form form
Take Afternoon Off OffThe Oat OatThe OftThe
The men me having hnS no n work to do this thisafternoon thisaferon thE thEafternoon
afternoon aferon CapL CVt Harvey Cunningham Cunninghm n nmember ameber i a amember
member meber of the Virginia Pilot Plot Association Associationand Associaton Associatonand I Iand
and once a a prominent baseball bebll club clubowner cluboWo cliii cliiiowner
owner oWo of Norfolk Norolk took them to see the thepfot tb 6 6pilot j
pilot pfot boat bt Belief Reief The Relief Relet is in dry drydock dr V Vdock
dock dok at a a local lol shipyard shipyardCapt shlnYArdCpt shinyardCapt
Capt Cpt Cunningham Cunningha once onc owned a flour flourIshing fiou flourIshing
Ishing State league lego club hare hae All went wentwell wontwel won t twell
well wel until unt Norfolk along ang with wth Richmond Richmondleft L Lr
left the State Stat league logo to enter a a larger largerorganization largeorganization r i iornizton I
organization ornizton Then calamity C1 lty came cme Capt CaptCunningham CapICunningham I
Cunningham lost lot a f a good gd slaed slH fortune forune in inthe Inthe ii a ahe
I the he crash bt but he h was game gme to the te last lastWABBENTON last las lasWAIiLENTON
WABBENTON WANTON DRAG DRG DRGLnlJe HUNT HUNTLnrcre
Large LnlJe Field Ont nnd Finish In Glenn Glennami OIennnncI Glen Glenanti a
anti Pretty PrettySrodal Pct PrettySrcl
Srodal Srl to t The T WMi Vwhtegbm HonU HonUWarrenton nwWarranton IIa1dWarrenton
Warrenton Va March 21 21The 1TJe The regular regularweekly ragularweky r rweekly
weekly weky drag drg of the Warrenton Waroton Hunt Club Clubwas Clubwa Cm ii iiwas
was wa ridden tills tl afternoon afenon over a stiff stiffcourse sUf sUfcurS stil rf rfcourse
course curS with wih the te meet at Patties Pattes gate gateThe gat gatThe
The Th field was w a a large one one owing to the thegood thegoO th 0 0good
good goO weather wethe and ad the t going SOng was good goodThe goodThe geot geotThe
The dogs ran ra well and ad the finish fnish was wasclean wasclen wa waclean
clean clen and pretty prettyAmong preU3Among prettyAmong
Among those tOe riding riing and an finishing fnlhlng woll wollup we 01 U Uup
up with the hounds bnd were Mrs Irs Peter La Labouisee L 1 1boulsee
bouisee bulse Chaning Strother Charles Crle Daniel DanielHarry DanielHary I IHarry
Harry Hary Edmonds C H Smith Smit Mrs F A AB i L LB
B BPohman Portman W Yo F Wilbur 1br James JeIO D DHall DHaU L
Hall J J P Evans E T I L L Bvans Evns J P PStone PStone I IStone 5
Stone and Frank Wythe Allan C C H HSmith HSmith I ISmith
Smith hunted hunts the tohouns tohounsATTO hounds houndsATLANTIC houedaATLANTIO
ATLANTIC ATTO CITY OIY GOLF GOLFAnnnal GOL GOLAnnunl GULPAnnual
Annnal Spring Spr g Tournament Starts Startson Startson a aon
on April Al11 2S 2SAtlantic 2SAtlantic
Atlantic Atantc City N J March 21 21The The an annual a I Inuam ¬
nual spring golf tournament tournment of the Coun Country Country I Itry ¬
try Club of Atlantic Atantc City Ciy will wf be held heldApril heldAprI hel d dApril
April AprI 28 2 29 and 38 38Qualification 3 30Qualification
Qualification QuaUficton play phi will wU take tko place April Aprf Apr II
28 and will wf consist con st of eighteen holes holesmedal hole hole a amedal
medal play pla The first and second rounds roundsof roundsot round Is Isof
of match play will wf take place on Friday FridayApril FrIdayApri I IAprIl
April Apri 29 2 and the third hird and Il final fnal rounds on onSaturday OnSaturday o a aSaturday
Saturday April AprI 30 30All 3 30All
All Al matches matche will wil consist of eighteen eighteenholes elghte eighteenholes m mhole
holes hole On Saturday Sturday all al day an IShole ISholemedai ISholemedal ISholemedal
medal play handicap handicp will wi be played A Aspecial Aspecial Aspecial
special consolation cnsol ton event will wI be b arranged arrangedon aranged arangedon
on Friday April 29
1
Drmlrtocks Win Vfn Again AgainIn AgainIn glln gllnIn
In a 8 onesided oneside game yesterday yoterday the theBraddocks theBradock thuBraddoeka
Braddocks Bradock made It I their third tIrd straight straightvictory stright strightvlctry straightVICtOrY
victory vlctry this season seasn by defeating defoatng the Gon Gonzaga Gonzaga Gonzaga
zaga College Colege second seond team The The winneis winneisclinched winneisclinched 1nnel S Sclnched
clinched clnched the game gae In the th second sond inning inningeight Inningeight Inningeight
eight runs rus being beng scored sred as a a result resul of offivo otfivo offive
fivo passes pU an error and a double Hurd Hurdfor Hurdfor Hurdfor
for the Braddocks Brddocks carried crre off ot the tle batting battng
honors with a single alnSIe double and a triple tripleBoth tripleBoth tripleBoth
Both sides side fielded fielde well well Score ScoreBraddock core coreBrdo
Braddock Brdo RHOAE RHO AE Gonzaga G RJTOAE
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hitIi hiII thin O HlteOff HI 0 Lipp LJ 4 off Cullraan Clnl Trb 2 2ort Zi 5Oct
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off ot of Purcell J1 1 off o HcheJlwger Ece 13 off o Lipp 4 Hit Itby by bypitcher by
pitcher Jter dtclierehehbcrger JSufeelbcreer vl ODay ODa Senior Slto CtilUman Otlmn
Kaufman Kaufma Parcel Punl Struck Sm out oBr outBy By Btehelbwer Erhelbe 1
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bl Le LeFlnnl Learity baJteShee Ttea TR of o eamo1 JG1 aniel hour hOr hourLearity DmpiroMr DmpiroMrFinal UmpM
Final Basketball Dnslcctlml Tonight TonightThe TonlglltThe TonightThe
The Carroll CaroI Institute Instute basketball team teamwill tea teamwill
will wl close cose its season seaon tonight when they theyplay theyplaj theyplay
play the Lyceum team of of Alexandria AlexandriaVa AlexandriaVa
Va at Carroll Carol Institute Instute gymnasium gmnasium The TheVirginia TheVirginia TheVirginia
Virginia Virginia team tem has a clean record for the theseason theseaBOn theseason
season seaBOn having played and ad won fifteen fifteengames ffeen ffeengames fifteengames
games which whch Is a showing slo1ng to be proud proudof proudor proudof
of The Carroll Institute Insttu10 boys are are deter determined determined determined ¬ I
mined to break tho Virginians run of ofvictories otvictorIe ofvictories
victories victorIe while whfe the latter later are ae out to keep keeptheir
their record rcord clean clen and a lively lvely game gamemay gamemay gamemay
may be expected The United States StatesPatent State StatesPatent
Patent Office Ofce team and the St Dominies Dominieswill Dominiesw1 Dominicswill
will w1 play in a preliminary prelminay game gae the same sameevening sameevening sameevening
evening starting stat g at 8 oclock ocloak A large largedelegation lare laredelegtion largedelegation
delegation delegtion from frm Alexandria AexandrIa Is I expected expected
DEFEAT DEFET D OLIVE OL AVENUE AVE STABS STABSGcorectnun STRS STRSGeorgetown STABSeorgetown
Georgetown G eorgetown Athletic Atl1 to Club > Wins the ilieFirst tIl tIlIlr theFirst
First Ilr t Game 13 to 4 4The J JThe IThe
The Georgetown Athletic Athletc Club yester yesterday yesteray eater eaterday ¬
day d ay met and ad defeated defoated the Ollvo Olvo Avenue AvenueStars AvenueStars
Stars S St tars by the score of 13 to 4 The fea features features Zenures ¬
tures t ures Included the battery batery work of Wells Wellsand Well Wellsrid
and a rid Corsdn Cors nthe n the batting batng of the George Georgetown Georgetown Georgeown ¬
town t own aggregation aggregaton and the allround allroundfielding aUroud aUroudfielding allroundelding
fielding fi of both teams teamsWells tcam tcamVens teamsWells
Wells struck out seven men allowed allowedfour aIowed aIowedtour allowedour
four f our hits hit and gave two bases baes on onbal balls ballsCorson ballsorson
Corson C orson caught his first game gae of the year yearreceiving yearreceiving yeareceking
receiving r Wells Wels deliver de1ve delivery In fine style styleand stYleand
and a nd throwing to t the bases balO with WJ1 oase and andaccuracy andaccuracy andccuracy
accuracy accuracy a ah He also laid lad down two pretty prettybunts prety pretybunts prettyunts
bunts buntsBatteriesGeorgetown buntsBatterIcGcorsotown h unts untsBatteriesGeorgetown
BatteriesGeorgetown BatterIcGcorsotown Athletic Club ClubWells ClubWeUs ClubWells
Wells and Corson Olive Olve Avenue Stars StarsOBrien Stas StasOBrien StarsBrien
OBrien O Brien and Mills MillsPREPS Mfs MfsPREPS MillsPREPS
PREPS TRIM WESTERN WESTERNBIGB WESTERNBIGBMcLughln HIGH HIGHMclaughlin IIIGIIMcLaughlin
Mclaughlin McLughln Georgetowns Young YoungTwirler Youg YougTirer
j Twirler Tirer Pitches Shutout Shutout Game GameTodd Gae GaeTodd
Todd of Western Blows DIow Up in the theSeventh theSCcntb
Seventh Inning InnluJ and Lets Letsin Lt
in il Four Irotl Runs HunsWestern RunsWestern RunsWestern
Western High BIlh School fell tel before the theGeorgetown theGeorgetown theGeorgetown
Georgetown Prep team tea for the second secondtime secondUmG secondIme
time t yesterday afternoon afernoon by b a scoro of oftoO
4 to toO 0 McLaughlin McaughUn the Prep Pep pitcher plchor al although although athough ¬
though t he allowed alowe four bases base on balls ballscounterbalanced bals balscountorbalanced ballsounterbalanced
counterbalanced c that by striking stiking out eight eightof olghtof eightr
of o r the opposing oPP05tng team tem Second Sen Baseman BasemanGeorge Ba5cmanGeorge
George and First backer acker Dawson Dawson awson falling fallingfor t Ing Ingtor
for f or his curves curvo twice twice He showed showe an abU ability abUIty ¬
ity i ty to get himself out of holes when whennecessary whonnecessary
necessary a faculty Todd Tod for the lo IOlea IOleadid losers losersdid er erdid
did not possess possessThe possos possosThe
The blowup came in the seventh seveth Inning Inningwhan inig inigwhen
when Todd was touched touche up for three threeclean threeclean
clean hits his right off at the th reel and ad every everybody evor evorbOdy ovarybody ¬
body WAS WfS getting gettng on the balloon balon for a agrand agrnd n ngrand
grand grnd ascension Eddie Edie Donovan who whohad whohad wisehad
had been warming up for such suh an emer emergency emergee ¬
j gency gee went Into the to box bx Then the team teamseemed team I
seome seemed to take a brace brce and with SUI Eddies Eddiesmasterful Edies Ediesmatorful Eddiemmasterful I
masterful matorful pitching the to Prep men were wereretired wee weeretrG wereretired
retired retrG with vlh no more serious rlon casualities casualitiesOnly caaUt casuahitietOnly
Only one error was w charged charge up against againstthe aginst aginstthe agatestIme
the Prep crow the tem team backing bckng up their theirtwirler thei thohI
i twirler whenever ha needed support In Ingrand InSad In Ingrand I
neee wpprt
grand Sad style styleBone style
Bone and Todd To were the te only oh two on ontho ontho orthe I
tho high school 8oool team t8f whom whm McLaugh McLaughlln Mclugh Mclughlin McLaughitri ¬
lln failed fato to strike strke out out the te formal frme form work working wok wokIng ¬
j ing him for two paaeae pe Donovan in his hisone hison hi hione I
one on time at the te bat bt worked wrke the t Preps Prepstwirler Prepstwirler Prep Preptwirler
twirler for a free trip tlp to t the to first irst sack sackThe sack sackThe
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Innings pttrimdBy Todd 7 bjr Doooraa 1 2 IliU IliUDUd WtsmadeOlr lIlt lIltmadeOff Ia a
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by Tedd 5 by b Donovan Doaowm L I Twohue bue hits htt8GeoIi htt8GeoIicCardl hItaGeor hItaGeor3tardte Georpe GeorpeMeCvdle
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DOWN THE ALLEYS ALLEYSG
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Markbam uJJtam 1C J3i i MB l1 I Rkk RlckabadNr aba fc r 1K IN > J3S Ii l3 H7 ttiU6 11
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Stawter 143 138 1 lit flair US ii ha ii IS
CaidweU Ca wtl MO IN 1 MS I LedDaa Ledim Lwtonal 1SK 1STotAls Ii SSS 9S 9STotals
Totals 7S7 m 37 7 iSS 733 Totals TotakDISTRICT 8a 8ii Si l S SDISTRICT S SDISTRICT S
DISTRICT DUCKPIN LEAGUE LEAGUEBebnonto JKAGUBD LLtGULIloknosts
Bebnonto D CapttoHIOl Cat nw
Hawteworth If1 W W f5 I Jay II a M I a
BBw 87 ilft 1W M MeOnricic US 00 6 17 I 7
RwjMrt Jt 83 M W Sb She 74 111 115 115HO U
HO 11 Iiahiu MT i as 91 Rider it SI S3 S3K B3lkillculd I
lkillculd K 5 W Ktt K KT Krsc IIi It ItT IC IC C
911 ICj
T Tetala Uh iTt i3t iI 4 Toiate 400 S 465 465COM3IERC7AL iil iilCOUmmcaL 41 41COM3IEIICLtL j
COM3IERC7AL LEAGUE LEAGUEPtoffes LJtJGUP LEAGUEPooshes
Ptoffes P s IIM Oft t I Wash Tob On Q
Hwmat J tt 89 ggf W g BueUer M W W 0
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Darfa Da rla MO Bptidtec ti M S 3S 3
Oote SB 96 84 TkeratN 93 SS S S
Hasiws H 7 S 90 1M Lery 55 8 SI tl tlTotal I 1 1Totals
Totals 431 C 463 40 Totals 4T2 4 430 474 474G 41 41C 4 4G
G P 0 DUCKPIN LEAGUE LEAGUERecord LEAGUKReoon1 LEAGUERecord
Record Monotype MonotypeT Mnoot IODotnx
T Temra vcrs S3 95 117 MeFVqtfen 13 ia S 1H 1HJohnson ii c
Johnson Jok Jo inson n S3 99 9 89 Martin Iart1n 00 91 91 1 1ciesser ii
Ctettsor CJtLer1M m K6 S si Pro ru u 95 e SB 86 86Comb 15Conroy
Comb Conroy ° Y 1C8 114 3 IT SOI fll 1 Z Mi S sz ii
Spsnce Ill 93 95 Van an Horn H n1 87 ltf 1 100 > Hfi HfiTotaJs JroTotaJ IC ICTotals S
Totals 590 500 500 474 m Totals 4m 4SJ 4 471 ffi 4S5 4S5DHL m mBilL 41 41Bull
BilL Proofroom ProofroomPerkins lroofroomP Proof room roomPerkins
Perkins P rkin 76 T 92 97 Sbeeban Mi l 101 99 99Chjmix 99Lrump i iCrump
Crump 1W 133 87 Tattle is ISLatsmann S 93 93Lchmann QLehmann
Lchmann 99 I 79 Or Atkinson 95 IK 86
Them G cs Ill 31 1 H6 Walters IK 35 35Totals ft
Knapp It1 9S 91 O UkIDlOll 9S lIS lISToWs 105 105Totals
Totals 500 0 513 IK I Totals 483 4M 432
INTERDENOMINATIONAL IXTeRD OnNATIONAL DUOKPIN LEAGUE LEAGUESt
St jrarks 1fuk Fifth FU i Baptist BaptistSckoide BaptistSckalde IISPUStSchseide
Sckoide S7 56 89 McDonald U2 USToagie S7 88 88Tqatfle SGrlaKle
Tqatfle MS 92 9 2 91 n l bisoacney tii OlflD91 St l 62 Ml MlFdnngd 1J 105FelilogeL
Fdnngd J K SS 113 CooHalugs 93 9 9 OS a 61Klu
King Klu 81 95 SS WiMfeor wi eo P6 6 M6 M6Friodrkfcs 1061riodticb 81 81PrledrioM
Friodrkfcs 8S 185 00 E Blfett cU J6 00 IK W3 W3Totals ItJTotals 103Totals
Totals 4R 4H 4EG14S6TOt1A 471 m 4S6 4S6 Totals m 477 4TT4fl0 4TT4fl0NtTIONAL 471 m 460 460NATIONAL 46 46NTIO
NATIONAL NTIO AL CAPITAL DUCKPIN LEAGUE LRVGUESubwajre LEAGUESubnra LEAGUESubways
Subways Mt Vernen VernenCarroll VernenCmoll VernfinCarroll
Carroll 142 14 123 Mi Cue ox MO KO S3 S3McGinns 53lcCluro 83McClure
McClure S6 97 188 T 1 OnllI M5 1W S3 S3Kraitss DKrauss 01Krauss
Krauss 114 90 110 Genci bead 91 90 S SBrosnaa SBrosD3n 6 6Brosisan
Brosnaa 181 125 97 Howatd M2 115 81 81Roberts 81ltobcrts 81Roberts
Roberts 81 114 100 llatun 122 94 lIt 131Totals 1HTotals lItTotals
Totals 51 51 S3 3 SM Totals T S9D i rog SB 4T6 4T6DISTRJOT 4r6 4r6DlST1U 416DISTIIICTLEAGUE
DISTRJOT DlST1U DISTIIICTLEAGUE DISTIIICTLEAGUESaenerbund T LEAGUE IEAGUESaengertnmd LEAGUESaM1
Saengertnmd SaM1 erbund Oriental OrientalSchuennan OrienWI OrientalsSehuernan
Schuennan MT 173 liT Miller 173 1 189 189Burdlne 119Burdine
= I Mt IH Mi H H1i
Burdlne 202 197 1 110 Shenrood 154 2H t 178 178Redder 175Itediker
Redder 181 IS 101 178 Thomas MB 211 l i19 i19Ecksteln 9 9KcksUln
1i fr In it = m m mMachler
KcksUln 23B 174 IS Grist 183171 183 111 I IMachler 14 14Macbier
Machler 210 15 191 Myers 157 191 1M 1MTotals 1ML 1MTotals iSITotals
L
Totals 936 5 35 919 Totals 639 971 901 901WASHINGTON 901W 901WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON W SHIlGTON RAILWAY LEAGUE LEAGUENortheastern LEAGUEI LEAGUENorthsastern
I Northeastern I Northern NorthernHedrick NorthernHedrick NorthernHednick
Hedrick M9 lit 153 Porie P e U Wi 117 16S 16SLyda 166LydA 168Lyda
Lyda 150 113 136 1 Compton HE 14 1 HI 216 216Uall 16gl 216ilali
Uall 133 18 196 UuDpentbal 194 163 lIt 157BMnncr lItSkinner
gl 6 1 m
i Rr i If IfMcKinney
Skinner ii T 1E9 210 US I SellinRS 143 16S lit litMcKinney 141McKlnney
McKinney 149 IfS M9 C Soellings S 133 134 111 141Totals 111ToWs 111Thirds
Totals 744 ill S3 m 766 m 66 I Totals 773 m 748 m mRenno S3 S3Rcnno 823ltenno
Rcnno rolled third thirdSOKOOL gone goneSCHOOL gIU1cSCH
SCHOOL SCH OLQAMETODAY OLQAMETODAYnTtlllne GAME TODAY TOPAYBnKliieM TODAYBualneat
BnKliieM nTtlllne High High Meets the Army antI nnilNavy antIia andiavy
Navy ia Preps PrCI Team TeamAn Te1l111An TeamAn
An interesting Interesting baseball b seba I game ga game ne is ion on onthe ontheboards the theboards theboards
boards for tjfrls uhs t1s afternoon aUomoon between Busi Business B Business sl slncss
ness High Schools SchoOI s team and the Arm Armand Army Armyand Armyand
and Navy Nav1Prqp5 Nav1Prqp5The Prqps PrqpsThe PrctpsThe
The Stenogjaphers will be without the theservices theservices theservices
services of Capt Davis and Catcher CatcherGobel CatoherGobel CatcherGobel
Gobel but hope to make a creditable creditableshowing creditnbleshowing creditableshowing
showing showingJIcGovcrn showingUeGoTcrn showingMcGovern
JIcGovcrn VH If Mrltt rltt ToniffhtBaltimore TonlthtBaltimore Tonight TonightBaltimore
Baltimore March 21 2180 So sure does doesPhillip doesPhillip
Phillip McGovern of Brooklyn feel that thathe thathe thathe
he will defeat Young Brltt the local localchampion localcl1amplon localchampion
champion In the fifteenround mill to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow night before the Eureka Ath Athletic Athletic Athletic ¬
letic Club at Fords Opera House that thathe thathe thath
he h has consented to meet the best ban bantamweight bnntamweight bantamweight ¬
tamweight Manager Al Herford can cansecure cansecure cansecure
secure for him during the coming race sacemeeting racemeeting ace acemeeUng
meeting at Plmlico
DOZEN TEAMS ENTER ENTERCapital ENTERCapit BTERapital
Capital Capit C l Well tV ell BepreSeiited Repre ented in inBaltimore inBaltimole inBaltimore
Baltimore Tourney TourneyH Tonrne TonrneIt
H R Y YM M 1 C A TEAM MAY GO GOChamber GOCJuu111 GOimnmbhr
Chamber CJuu111 G imnmbhr of Commerce Bowlers Will WillBe Willlie V1l1De
Be Seen Atrain AJnlnTogetJler Together with the thePat theFnt thePat
Pat 3Ien Mens Ien Team and the Bureau of ofEngraving ofEngrning olEngraving
Engraving They Want to Enter CuterIndividually EnterIndhlclually EnterIndividually
Individually Under Own Names NamesTwelvo NameTwolve NamesTwolvo
Twelvo of the local boSvling teams arc arcgoing aregoing arcoing
going g oing to Baltimore next month to com compete compete comete ¬
pete p ete in the big bowling tournament to be beheld beheld beheld
held In that city The Chamber of Com Commerco Comrnarco Cornmerco
merco team that did such fine work with withthe withthe withhe
the t he maples at the annual tournament of ofthe otthe ofhe
the t he National Natlon l Bowling Association In De Detroit Dotrolt Dcroit ¬
tt tt troit t roit last week Is the first on the list of ofthose ofthose ofhose
those t to enter and all of the leagues In Inthis Inthis inhis
this t his city will vill be represented at the event eventThere eventThore eventThere
There has been quite a little discussion discussions
as a s to what names the teems would enter enterunder ontorunder enterunder
under and several of them objected to totheir totheir toheir
their t designations d lsnllUOn5 by numbers as First FirstDistrict FirstDistrIct FirstDistrict
District team Second District team teamc teamWant teamc teamVant teamIVant
c c
Want to U TIMe e Own Names NamesThe NameThe NamesThe
The Chamber of Commerce bowlars the thaFat thoFat theFat
Fat Mens team and the team from the theBureau theBuraau theBuroau
Bureau of Engraving and Printing all of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which will 111 havo their expenses paid by bytheir bytheir
their t various yarou8 organizations wore par particularly particularly paricularly ¬
ticularly t opposed to this thi and wrote to toSecretary toSe hiecretary
Secretary Se S < retary Stevens of tho National Bowl Bowling BowlIng Bowlng ¬
ing i ng Association for or advice on the matter matterTho matterTho matterThe
Tho letter was sent laac Saturday and andreply a areply a aeply
reply r is expected within the next few fewdays fowd feways
days daysA d ays aysA 1S 1SA
A meeting of the th Washington City CityBowling CityBowling CityBowling
Bowling Association Auoclotl n wag held at the thsPalace thePatace thePalace
Palace alleys last Saturday afternoon afternoonand aternoonand afternoonand
and after some discussion it was decided decidedthat d decidedhat l ed edthat
that t hat the association aa would pay their duos duosto dUMto dueso
to t o tho national association associationColonial IUisodationColonial associationColonial
Colonial Leaguers Will Go GoA GoA GoA
A team from tho Colonial League of ofthis orthis ofthis
this city has been formed formed of the players playersIn
In that league who will also go to Bald Baltimore BaJtImore Baldmore ¬
more under the name of the Colonials ColonialsTho ColonialsTho ColoniaLsThe
Tho IroquoIs team in the same league leaguewill leaguewin leagueWill
will go O as a team teamIt toamIt tetinIt
It is 5 said ld that a team from the Termi Terminal Terminal Terrutnal ¬
nal Y M C A will be formed to go as asthe asUte asth
the th representative of the t 8 R R R Y M C CA C CA CA
A League Tho list of the teams who whowill wbowlU whowill
will attend from this city follows Cham Chamber Chambr Chamher ¬
her of Commerce Fat Men Potomac PotomacSaangerbund potomaos potomaosSaengerbund PotomaoaSaengerbund
Saengerbund Bureau of Engraving and andPrinting andPrinting andPrinting
Printing Pilgrims Pioneers Plon ers Colonials ColonialsIroquols Colonh ColonialsIroquois s sIroquois
Iroquois West rest Washington Nationals Nationalsand Natlonalsand Nationalsand
and the R R R R RY Y M C A AEIFLE ARIFLE ARIFLE
RIFLE PRACTICE SCORES SCORESVeterinary SCORESVctcrlnnry SCORESVeterinary
Veterinary Surgeons Gain Five FivePoints FivePolnt FivePointsBuitiue
Points PointsBuitiue IJuiiluc Jump Up 2U3 2U3The 3 3The 3The
The United States College of Veteri Veterinary Yeternary Veterlnary ¬
nary Surgeons competing against aa1n t the theGeorge theGeorge theGeorge
George Washington University in the theinterscholastlc theInterscholastic theInterscholastic
Interscholastic class of th the shoot being beingheld beJngheld beinghold
held under the auspices of the Sports Sportsmans Sportsmans Sportsmans ¬
mans Show at the range of the National NationalRevolver NationalRevolver NationalRevolver
Revolver and Rifle Club last night again againfailed againfailed ga1n ga1ntailed
failed to better the score made by the thaBuff theBuff theBuff
Buff and Blue cracks at their last night nightof nightor nightf
of f practice Wednesday The highest the theveterinarians theetednarJans theveterinarians
veterinarians could shoot last night was wasa WtiIa wasa
a total of 120 20 while whH they shot a score of ofSIS otSUi
SIS last Wednesday night as against S29 S29for Szttor 823for
for the George Washington team teamIn teamIn teamIsi
In the high school class Business came camelast camelast camelast
last night closest to the mark set by byTechnical byTechnical byTechnical
Technical of any of the other schools schoolsmaking schoolsmaking schoolsmaking
making a total of 746 while Technical Technicalis
is i hovering around the 775 mark each eachweek cachweek eachweek
week far ahead of any of the other othercompetitors othercompetitors othercompetitors
competitors Last week Technical and andBusiness andBualneas andBusiness
Business both shot the same night and andthe andthe andthe
the latter only scored 3S3 as against againstTechnicals againstTechnIcals t tTechnlcals
Technicals 75S There Is only a differ difference difference differeiice ¬
ence of twelve points between the count countmade countmade countmade
made by b tho Technical marksmen last lastweek lastweak lastwoir
week and that attained by b Business last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night Scores ScoresU
U S S U 1 I rf Vet Sttrg S Standing l lroM w fc Total TeUlLwtdstta T aJ aJDa
Da u SI 98 111 111LtuMlstln 111Lwidstin
Lwtdstta ro w wWhittafcer E6 Jti JtiUlliUker 148wisiarker
Whittafcer wisiarkerPoic i 84 84Porte 18 m ml
Porte l Glc 81 i iBaxter I 1M 1MDuUr 168Baxte
Baxter w 74 I i iTotal S STou1 glotals
Total lotalsThainess 3S3 437 S SDiWness 88 88Business
Business HIsh School lsxd Standing 6 Pnme Tetri TetriLoimr TeI8ILobear mliiLetrear
Loimr M M 70 73 MS MSShort IUShor8 Misin
Short sin K r rNath 89 16 16Ntoh 11 11Ahh
Ntoh Ahh 77 80 0 117 117Moliatnu 1STUlleau 1173tUaegu
Moliatnu Ulleau 75 87 136 136McAIcer ISMcAteer i
McAIcer 53 67 190 190Totals 11Totals amTo
Totals To 360 306 Itl
WANT NEW MEMBERS MEMBERSClifton MEMBEBSClifton MEMBERSClifton
Clifton Athletic Club to Doom Ath Athletic AthleUclf Ailsletics ¬
letic leUclf This Season SeasonAt SeasonAt SeasonAt
At the meeting held at the home of ofConrad oCConrcd ofConrad
Conrad Kinyoun the members of the theBoys theBoys theBoys
Boys Jolly Club voted to change the thename thename thename
name to the Clifton Athletic Club The Theofficers Theofficers Theofficers
officers are as follows R Hoover presi president president prosident ¬
dent G Plant vice president E Fen Fenwick Fenwick Fenwick
wick secretary secretar J Johnston treasurer treasurerThe treasurerI treasurerThe
The members of the club are C Kinyoun KinyounJ
I J Kinyoun KJn > oun L L Johnston M Goodacre GoodacreP
P Dawson R R Fisher W V Shepherd B BEdwards BEdwards BEdwards
Edwards C Fenwlck R Nagle F FMeeks FMeeks FMeeks
Meeks R Peck and J Hunt The club clubengages clubengages clubengages
engages In all branches of athletics and andwould andwould andwould
would like to increase Its membership membershipCHINAME1T membershipCHINAMEN membershipCHINAIEN
CHINAME1T AT YALE YAIETwo YALETwo YALETwo
Two Clever Celestials Out for Base BHHCliall Baseball
ball and RowIng IlOTvlnffNew RowIngNew RowingNew
New Haven March 21 21or Of the candi candidates candidates candidates ¬
dates for the Yale freshman baseball baseballteam baseballteam baseballteam
team Mun Yl Chung of Honolulu is isamong Isamong isamong
among the best He surprised the coaches coacheswith coacheswith
with his ability to handle the bat Each Eachtime Eachtime Eachtime
time the Chinaman stood up to the plate platehe platehe platehe
he landed a hot liner He Is trying for forthe forthe forthe
the outfield and Is not slow to get under undera
a fly flyDaniel flyDaniel flyDaniel
Daniel M Chung of Shanghai China ChinaIs ChinaIs hinn hinnis
Is also active in sport at Yale Yal Ho Is one oneof oneot oneof
of the best best coxswains coxswains of the freshman freshmancrew freshmancrow freshmancrow
crow squad squadSt squadSt squadSt
St JolinflRonnokc JoItnJIIRonnokc Game Oft OftSpecial OrtSpecial OftSpecial
Special to The Washington Herald HeraldLynchburg IIe81dLynchburg HeraldLynchburg
Lynchburg Va March 21 21The The base baseball baseball baseball ¬
ball game arranged for the local grounds groundson
on Friday between Roanokte Collage ot ofSalem otSalem otSalem
Salem Va and St S1 Johns Collage of ofAnnapolis ofAnnnpQ1fs ofAnnapolis
Annapolis Md has been canceled canceledAlways canceledAlways canceledAlways
Always the Same SameTharps SameTharp3 SameTharp3
Tharp3 TharpsBerkeley Tharp3Berkeley Tharp3Berkeley
Berkeley Rye
812 F Strcct Stre N W v Flioae Pl1 11e aiata 3mm 11 11j 1141 1141ec1al <
iliedal j eclal Private Dellrcsr lhsliveg
Karlton Is Hat HatConsistency HatConsistency
I Consistency ConsistencyMost
I Most Hat makers have a hobby
If its quality style suffers If its itsi itsstyle itsstyle
i style theres nothing back of ofit ofit ofit
it
When the Karlton Hat was wasproduced wasproduced wasproduced
produced it impressed us right rightaway rightaway rightaway
away as the Hat that was wasdifferent wasdifferent wast
t different Its makers sac sacrificed sacrificed sacrificed ¬
rificed neither quality quali y nor norm norshapeliness n 0 r rshapeliness
m shapeliness but combined combinedI combinedthe combinedthe
I the limit of both Thats That s what whatmakes whatmakes whatmakes
makes the Karlton such a apopular apopular apopular
> popular Hat with men who whoknow whoknow
X know knowP knowThree knowThree
P Three Dollars DollarsWere
Were sole agents for Karlton Hats Hatsand HatsandStanhope HatsandStanhope and andStanhope
Stanhope 200 Hats Hatsand and the Mossant Vallon VallonArgod Val10nArgod VallonArgod
Argod French Hats at at a 4 and andakii 5 5Pennsylvania 5nki
I
C nki 1 lnwa4t mp mpPennsylvania I IPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Avenue J and Seventh Street StreJ
I Co CoBASEBALL +
BASEBALL NOTES NOTESAND NOTESAND NOTESAND
AND COMMENT COMMENTBumpw COMMENTBumpu0
v
Bumpw Jones and Pitcher Wiggs have havesent bavelent haveCent
sent their signed contracts contr 1cts to the Mon Montreal Montreal IDn IDntreal ¬
treal club with the usual statement statementabout statemontabout statementabout
about being in shape to t pitch the games gamesof gamesor gamesof
of their lives livesBan UvosBEht livesBen
Ban Hooter last year with Toronto Torontocontinues Torontoconttnueli Torontocontinues
continues to slug slu the ball for the Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia PhuiladeiphIaAmerican ¬
deiphIaAmerican delphia American League Colts In a agame agame agame
game against a bt Memphis Sunday he made madetwo madetwo madetwo
two of the four hits credited to his team teamSotno teamSome teamSome
Some action may be taken on the now nowfamous nowfamoo nowfnsona
famous KHng case Herrmann H rrman Johnson Johnsonand J Johnsonand ehIHIgand
and Lynch are expected to meet In Cin Cincinnati Gln GlnehmaU Cm Cmcinnati ¬
cinnati tomorrow and final action may maybe may maybe thaybe
be taken Let it be cleaned up ono way wayor wa waor wayor
or the other otherThe otherThe otherThe
The recant deal between the Altoona Altoonaand Altoonaand Altoonaand
and Bridgeport clubs cIub looks like a bloomer bloomerany bloomerany bloomerany
any way you take it George Bannon Bannonwas Bannonwas Bannonwas
was traded to Altoona for Zollerg by byBridgeport b bBridgeport byBrIdgeport
Bridgeport Bannon now refuses r uses to toIn play playin playin
in Altoona and Zollers declines to don a aBridgeport aBrIdgeport aBridgeport
Bridgeport uniform uniformManager uniformManager uniformManager
Manager Clymer of the Wilkesbarre WilkesbarreCoal WnkesbarreCoal WilkeabarreCoal
Coal Barons has secured the signed con contract contract eontract ¬
tract of three exbig leaguers who were werereported werereported werereported
reported to be holding out They are arePitcher arePitcher
Pitcher Eagan of Cincinnati Pitcher PitcherMathows PitcherMathews
Mathews of the Boston Americans and andInflelder andInfieldor andinfielder
infielder Curry obtained from the Phila Philadelphia PhUadeJphla Philadelphi ¬
delphi Athletics AthleticsCapt AthleticsCapt AthiaticsCapt
Capt Chance of the Cubs C bs Is waxing waxingenthusiastic waxingenthu waxingenthusiastic
enthu enthusiastic lastlc over a Chicago semlprnes semlprnessional semlprrfesstonat somlprntcsslonal
sional pitcher whose name is Smoke Smokestack Smokestack Smokestack ¬
stack The youngster helped the Cubs Cubsto Cubsto Cubsto
to beat be t the Clevelands the other otlier day by byhis byh b bhis
his h brilliant pitching and Chance at atonce atonce atones
once notified him that he would be re retained reWned retzined ¬
tained tainedManager WnedMuaagor tzinedManager
Manager Ed Barrow of the Montreal Montrealclub Montrealclub ontreal ontrealclub
club of the Eastern League following followingthe followlngthe followingthe
the plan of several big league clubs has hasordered hasordBt hasordered
ordered ordBt d his players to be vaccinated be before be befnre before ¬
fore leaving for their Southern training trainingcftmp trainingeamp trainingcamp
camp The smallpox experience of the theYankees thoYnk theYankees
Yankees Ynk last year is the cause ca se of the thenew thenew thenew
new order orderTrte orderTrls orderTrig
Trig Speaker the bast center fielder in inthe Inthe Inthe
the American League has not joined the theBoston theBMtoft theBeston
Boston Red Sox So at Hot Springs in spite spiteof spiteof spiteof
of the fact that he signed a contract contractsome contractsome
some time ago It is said that Speaker Speakerhas Speakerhas Speakerhas
has decided to hold out for more coin coinBut coinBut coinBut
But while he is thinking it over Man Manager Manager Managat ¬
ager Donovan has uncovered another anotherwonderful anotherwonlertul anotherwonderful
wonderful center fielder in Lewis who whohalls whoballs whohails
halls from California The Cincinnati CincinnatiReds CIncinnatIRed CincinnatiReds
Reds Red who have been playing pla ins a series serieswith serieswith serieswith
with the Boston Americans say Lewis Lewisis LevisIs
is a genuine find findEACINGi findRAOING findRACINGi
EACINGi CARDS FOE TODAY
Jacksonville JacksonvilleFIRST JRck80nvlIleFIRST JacksonvilleflflST
FIRST RACBF RACBFour r furlongs furlongsTow farlongsTom
Tom Fiyw Pi 115 Bodega od lhxlcp 118 118Jo 118jk 111 111Joe I
Jo Joe VemMe 115 Sir Kearney 113 113Ja III IIIlask
jk n m mSe
Ja lask k Ryan 116 Judge Monk 115 115GMMM
GMMM < S Se K IK Yuletide liiI 1IB 1IBQiMt 111Oaeiar I
QiMt Caesar 115 Hawklike 118 118ilaah 118na Th ThItamli
ilaah na 115 l Del > d Friar IIS IISDoflutt 111
111I
Doflutt 113 Jehn Pendergast 113 113SECOND 11SSBCOD Ui UiSECOND I
SECOND RACBSix furlongs furtonesAtMMk furkmsA furlongsAaasda
AtMMk A Lee VK i SUcker St SUckerVlel cw 112 112YMrn 1I 1IVJt
YMrn Vlel W 1 Coonskin 112 112Mfas 1J2MMiI lii liiMini
Mini Sly 112 Lawndale Belle 112 112Autataa U2Anb Ui UiAutisen
Autataa aa Rc R Bose 6 112 Pair Lowiw IK IKBright 112D
Bright D t Start 112 1l Sou 112 112Pladde 112PJa I
Pladde PJa de 112 11 Saraband TItbafld 112 112THIRD ItTHIRD Ui UiThIRD
THIRD RACESevcn furlonG furlongiUnpnuap furlonGyatWWmp
Unpnuap 107 Hoffman IK IKHasti 110 110Buq 114BaaL S
Hasti BaaL Araas tMo IDS lUeker 110 110GewseS 110Georpe
GewseS Georpe Geo M it Dark 1 110 Ilantland lID 110BecriaB lIDlit 114 114I
BecriaB 1 lit Gretna Green 110 110Ja 110JIICk I
Ja Jack < Rluht t 110 Live Vire 113 113J 113J ii I
J H R Iteed d 1H lID > OH Honesty 113 113G 113G1I1 U UGuy
G Guy y FitJwr FlaMe160 FlaMe160FOURTH 1W 1WFOURTH IlQFOURTH
FOURTH RACBGtotleracn riders sir fnrloacs fnrloacsTttrncoit fnrlonsTItrDeoat furlon
Tttrncoit ISTITlToJini 124 1 Timllnl IS ISJohn 131 131Jo r
Jo John a Orttfcm 157 1 1 Goldsmith liO liOTwaMeGralh 1111Tom is isibm ixI I
TwaMeGralh Tom 1ICOraUl 131 1311 131FlFTII 131Flyrn 1 1J
FlFTII ltACESb furlongs fttliongr furlongsCooey
r Cooey K S3 Critic title 116 116lalnlll 114 114lUrddaer
lalnlll 99 Kin King Avondale AvondaleS3 100 100J
J A MwH MwHFood 11IRIO 99 Stringency l 107 107lood 1 1YoDd
Food Heart HeartSt 102 Dr BarkJey narkl 11D 11DCft 110Qid
Cft Qid 194 Ida IdaJ I ITK 110 110St 110St
St Jta lame se TK Parkview ParkviewPlate 110 110llate 110linte
Plate 106 Bonnie Bard BardOremoofew 113 113Ceremoo 113Cerensoisloiis
Oremoofew Ceremoo 1061 106 100SIXTH 168SINTH 1 1SIXTH
SIXTH RACBOne and onequarter miles milesGatfcnLats milesrra milesGitlea
GatfcnLats rra Gitlea e TdI5 Ls 115 1 Oroonoko OroonokoAsrwtneBt OroonokoA5rNment 121 1211Rt
AsrwtneBt 1Rt 1151 116 j Contest Contestee ce ceJC 121 isiI
JC tey 117 ill Harry Uan Scott ScottI JI
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I
AMATEUR GAMES WANTED WANTEDTwinfctg WANTEDT WANTEDTidnieg
Twinfctg T niBg A C with amateur tams in District DistrictAddress DistrictAddreu DistrictAddreM
Address manager Arizona Hotel 310 U 1 street north aarthUOftt northW06t neithwest
west UOfttSptrtan westSlartatt
W06tSptrtan
Sptrtan A 0 0 X with sixteenyearold teams Ad Address Addrees ¬
dress A J Kearney m H street northwest northwestSt nortlnf northiweifSt t tSl
St St Stephen A O with eighteenyearold t ans ansf aroa aroafor amslet
for f Sundays Address Add Matthew Noene Noen 1140 Twenty
third street northwest northwestClifton northwestCUlton northwestClifton
Clifton A A C with siiteenycarold bte rcarold teams Ad
drc draM C R II PirfUam 1465 Clifton street northwest northwestBiuiMK n rthWe5tlllllbteM northwest1iuMs0
BiuiMK 1iuMs0 Hi BugS Reserves with serenteenyearold serenteenyearoldtekms eTenteenUroldteel serenteenyearoldtelirns
tekms > Addrew Wre Harry Wilson WUson Business High HighSchool 111gbCcrtJal 11kbScb
School SchoolCertral Scb
ScbC4rtrl
Certral HIzti ScJwol second oqndteam team with kte sereatcen sereatcenjearofcl sereutcenyesreltl ccn ccnyearald
jearofcl toanm Address Minnlr manager Central CentralHigh CentralHlg
High Hlg Eeherf EeherfIntercity SebeoIInterclt SebeolIntercity
Intercity Interclt Hosing odng Boats BoatsNew Bo BoutNew ts tsNe
New Ne York March 21 21It It will bo New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York against Philadelphia at the Fair Fairmont Farmont Fajrmont ¬
mont Athletic Club tomorrow night nightwhen nightwhen nightwhen
when local pugilists will meet Quakers QuakersIn
In four glove fights The chief ugo go is isa Jsa isa
a tenround bout between Young Loughrey Loughray Lough Loughrey
rey of Philadelphia and Dave Ryan of ofBrooklyn ofBrooklyn ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn At the National Sporting Club Clubtomorrow ClubI Clubtomorrow
tomorrow night Charley Cha rley Griffin of Aus Australia Australia Ausstralia ¬
I tralia will meet me t Max Baker it f Boston Bostonin
in a tenround contest
MARRONE IN TROUBLE AGAIN AGAINItalian AGAINItalian AGAINItalian
Italian Turfman Barred from Jack Jacksonville Jacksanville Jaoksonville ¬
sonville Track Tracki Tr TrackMan ck I ItIan
i Man Who o Got In Had at Banning Banningi DennIngHits flenningBits
i Hits Bookies Doo le8 and Pool Poolroonu Poolroomns
1 rooms Hard HardNew HnrdNew HardNew
New York March 21 lJOHph Joseph Marroae Marroaea Marro Marroa
a wealthy Italian contractor who las hmiattracted huattracted lasattracted
attracted attention i3voeal varal times on time tJiarace tJlerace timerace
race tracks has become indirectly In Involved involved involved ¬
volved in a a mess meSs with the Jacksonville Jacksonvillestewards Jacksonvi11estewards Jacksonvillestewards
stewards Mrrone M rrone rrone ever since he was wasbarred WBIIbarred wasbarred
barred temporarily from the Benning Benningtrack Beaningtrack nnlng nnlngtrack
track and Incidentally brought suit for
50000 59000 damages has been unable to get a atrainers atrainors atrainers
trainers license from th t the Jockey Club Ctaband Cluband Cluband
and has raced horses hors In the name of his hisdaughter hitldaughter hisdaughter
daughter Miss A A M lL MarxoneWhen MacnoneWhen Marxone Marron8When
When the local season ended last fell fellthe 211the fallthe
the Italian turfman engaged John P PMayberry PMayberry PMayberry
Mayberry to train several horses at Jack Jacksonville Jacksomme Jacksonvihle
somme and also turned over er to Mm the theservices theservices theservices
services of Jockey Bergen The Marrone Marronehorses Marronehorses Matsonhorsos
horses have won several races at lucra lucrathe lucrative lucrative
tive odds since then and report has it itthe Itthe Itthe
the Marrone checks were always down downBut downI downBut
I But on Saturday the mare Pahtoufte Pahtoufteafter PMtounatter Pamstoufleafter
after a a poor performance the previous previoustime prEWfOQtime previoustime
time out ut ut showed a wonderful Improve ImProve ImProvement imprflveamerit Improvement ¬
ment in form beating Nealon and others othersover Gtlleri othersover
i over the sixfurlong route In 1O14I 111 41 a anew ai anew
i new track record and not far behind bibindtIle behindtlto
I
Ute worlds record recordThe recordThe recordThe
The Marrone checks were down again againit
it is said and not only did the book bookmakers bookmakers bookmakers ¬
makers at the track suffer but also the thepool tb tbpcol thepool
pool rooms all over the country countryThe eountrThe countryThe
The reversal of course shocked Judge JudgeJoseph JuI1 JudgeJoseph e eJoseph
Joseph A Murphy and the straight straightlaced straightlaced straightlaced
laced Curly Brown so that forthwith forthwithcame forthWithcame forthwithcame
came an official edict to the effect that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the entries of Miss Marrone were refined refinedand reCUMdand refusedand
and tho licenses of Trainer Mayberry Mayberryand Yaberryand Mayberryand
and Jockey Bergen were suspended suspendedpending sU8encWdpending suspendedpending
pending further investigation As cer certain certam ¬
I tain tam wise ise
persons at Jacksonville were werenot Werenot
I not allowed all owed to partake of this melon meloncutting meloncutting
I cutting i t is said that Murphy Brown Brownand Browni Brownand
i and company comDan will 111 receive some inter Interfacts interest interesting t ting
ing facts regarding the case case and that thatmany thatman1 thatmany
many wires will be pulled to put the theMarrone thelIarrone theMarrone
Marrone confederacy contedernc out of btoatn btoatnUNION bItsInUNION bueinem bueinemDMON
UNION STATION TEAM CHAMPS CHAMPSTake CHAMPsTakc CTAMVSTake
Take Final Series from Trainmen TrainmenWinning Tralnmcninning TrainmenWinning
Winning inning Two Out o of Three ThreeThe ThrceThe ThreeThe
The Union Station and Trainmens Trainmensteams Tralnmensteams Trainmensteams
teams In the Terminal Y M a C A Bowl Bowling BowlIng Bowling ¬
ing League finished the schedule games gamesIn gamesIn gamesIn
In a tie Last night the Union Station Stationteam Stationtoam Stationteam
team defeated the Trainmen team In the thefinal thefinal thefinal
final series of three games and thus won wonthe wonthe wonthe
the championship of tho league The Thegames Thegames Thegames
games were played on the th associations associationsalleys assocfaUoosalleys aszocia1ons aszocia1onsalleys
alleys Union Station StationThe StationThe StationThe
The contest was close and exciting from fromstart tromstart fromstart
start to finish each team winning w1nnS one onegame onegame onegame
game necessitating the tnird third game to de decide de decide dedde ¬
cide the final winners A large crowd of ofenthusiastic ofenthusiastic ofenthusiastic
enthusiastic rooters were present among amongthem amongthem ftgthorn
them many ladles During the availing availingrefreshments eV8IIingrerresl1ments eveningrefreshments
refreshments were served and a social socialtime s claltime socialtime
time enjoyed by all The league Je8 U8 has had hada hada
a very ery successful season that created a adeal 8deal adeal
deal of interest among the railroad rall ad men menScore menScore menScore
Score ScoreUnion
Union Station Tram Trainwa1st Traliws1st
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T f Thompson fJOn 167 16 180 15 IDS Z Zew ene p W 198 IN INBiyan
11 kThompson ThemlSOp 159 159 Zt BJIfIe 1 1M
Bryan 190 ll 169 MeCaidar Hi W 1 129
H Hab cor 133 LIt l 153 JBi Beady ir7 IS 3 UIt l 11 11Totals unTotals liiTotals
Totals 7S3 m j 633 S31I S jTotals Totals 822 HI m 7
Giant Colts Colt 7 11 Regulars 4 4Marlin 4llarUn 4Marlin
Marlin Tex March 2L 21With With Manager ManagerMcGraw 11aaaSelMcGraw ManagerMcGraw
McGraw absent and the temperature and andhumidity andhumidity andhumidity
humidity making any sort of activity un uncomfortable uncomfortable Uncomfortable ¬
comfortable the Giants put In a rather ratherlight ratherl111t rtherlight
light day of practice They worked about afcoutone altoutone aboutone
one hour and a half in tho morning morningand morningandin and andIn andIn
In the afternoon quit the flold fioldal4 at 4 oclock oclockafter ocIOcktiftor oclockafter
after the Colts had soundly s undly walloppad the theRegulars theRegulars theRegulars
Regulars 11 to 4 4The 4 4The 4Thescore
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New C T York 10 Georgia 0 0Athens OAthens 0Athens
Athens Ga GaMarch March 2L 2LFor For the second secondtimo seeondtlme secondtime
time during the training trip the h High Highlanders HJ1hlanders HIGhlaztders ¬
landers defeated tho University of Georgia GeorgiaIt
It was a shutout victory for StalHngs StalHngsclan Stnlllngsclan Stalilagsclan
clan and the score was 10 to a 0 It did didnot didnot didnot
not much resemble a baseball game The TheAmerican TheAmorican TheAmerican
American Leaguers simply Simpi massacred massacredevery massacred6ery massacredevery
every bosman their thelropponents opponents could pro produce pro produte produue ¬
duce duceTho duteTho duueTho
Tho score
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New fM York 14029082 I 14 4 0 020002 3 0 2 1B I 11 0 0Georgia 0GOCIfg 0Georgia
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Kfcteovr TbomiKon Braatr Studs gDlUl and Lucas LucasAd UJCISAd LiramAd
Ad Wolgast says his next opponent opponentwill opponentwill opponentwill
will be Owen Moran Ioran of England Ad A3was AdW45 Adwan
was to have given Battling Nelson the thefirst theAt thefirst
first chance

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