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LEAGUES UNDER WAY WAYWashington WAYVasl1ingtoll AY AYWrashington
Washington Amateurs Start StartOff StartOff StartOff
Off with Rush EushLARGE RushLARGE RushLA1GE
Departmental Draws Assemblage of ofNearly 01Nenrl ofNenrI
Nearly Nenrl 2000 Fnii Fnxia to White hlte Lot LotDiamond LotDlnmondDlg LotDiamondDig
Diamond DlnmondDlg Hip Time nt McDcvitts McDcvittsField JlcDeIUaFlcldpromlncnt IcDevittsFicitiPromluent
Field Flcldpromlncnt Prominent JIcii Take Part Partin PartIn Partin
in the Opening Ceremonies CeremoniesHurrah CcrcmonleaI CcrcmonleaHurr8h GcremonleiHurrah
Hurrah Theyre off ofti Who haa w not notheard nothear notheard
heard hear this cry at t various arIou athletic con contests oontest contesti ¬
tests time after tter time or at a horso race racewhen 1IICOwhen racewhen
when tho prancing steeds lined up and andsuddenly andsuddenly andudtieiily
suddenly whirled away awa around the whlto whltodusty whltodust whitedusty
dusty track to flnish in the th order of their theiritepectlvo theirspectivo
1 itepectlvo 8pectho worth worthBut worthBut worthBut
But yesterday yeaterd it was not a track meet
or a raco of fine ne horsoc that drew hun hundreds hundreds hundreds ¬
dreds of business tJ men away a wa from their theirdesks theirdttlks theirdek3
desks at an early hour spoiled good hot hotdinners botdinners 1otdnnor
dinners by b b3 lotting them grow cold for the thewant theant thewant
want ant of an cater and made many faith faithful fallhful faithful ¬
ful wlvos h peevish and fretful because becausetheir beeauaetheir
their husbands hbAnd remained away 8a No in indeed Ind ¬
deed d The average man would rather eat eatwhen eatwhon eatwhen
when hes hungry hU ry than watch horses horseeprance hora horaprance horsesprance
prance by b no matter how ho dandy and andtrim nndtrIm andtrim
trim looking Jooklngtthey they may be The magnet magnetthat mtlgnotthat
that cauSed all of this commotion yester yesterday yestetay t tay ¬
day ay afternoon wa was as tho grand rAnd ItW open opening openIn openIng ¬
ing In of the District amateur baseball baseballleagues 11 11It8
leagues It8 N nil ahon hon on five organizations opened openedthoir openedtholr
thoir doors and fourteen teams of husky
American youths JOU h8 battled for hours for
baseball supremacy supremacyThe wpromacyThe Iwomacy
The weather eatber warm and calm could not
have hay been on better for such a day and andOld andOld
Old Sol So proved that ut after all all he was wasa
a true sport and beamed b ed down upon the thecity thecity
city lot JOtS with 1th a a smile that 4aat huge hugeshadows hU fJ fJshado
shadows shado
CroiTilfl Crowd Gnthcr Early EarlyAt Enrl EnrlA
At A t every ball ground und where the young youngsters ¬
sters tfrs are wont to play a a goodnatured goodnaturedcrowd podna t1lnCl t1lnClnowd
crowd of all a es and stages ta CiI of life gath gathered ptbrd ¬ S
ered rd early to pay homage to Americas Americasnational Americanational
national game Looking about about you 70Uold see seeold
old friends or maybe ma be enemies enem willing < to
lot bygones bY onN be bygones for the day all allrooting allrootlnK L
rooting for the same elub The Tb natural naturalquestion uaturalQUfstion I IquestIon
question that pops to your mind is hi
Where do they all come from T And Andyou Andou I
you ou commence to argue a with yourself that thatthey thAtthf thatthey
they thf must either grow ro or spring aprt A up uP from fromsome fromsnme fr ni L
some ma hidden recess rse in the ground they
hs h J1aA a we com < ome together so suddenly
On the White Lot where bere
years ago a alarge 0l1T
large l1T f number of people would ould occaslotf occaslotfally occaslor occaslorally or orall
ally all gather to we ee rival teams clash the theDepartmental theDePArtmentaJ th t
Departmental League L Lesu e yesterday yeatelda drew drewwhat elrewwhat dre drewhat
what WU estimated to be at least 2001 2001fans o ZO ZOfans
fans the majority of whom were ere govern government governrnPnt ern ernmfnt ¬
ment clerks pulling pullln for or their favorite favoriteclub favoriteclub
club When rhen Mr Nag Na Nae1 l threw out the thewhite thewhite I
white ball a roar went ent up that caused causedpeople caueedpfo I Ipple
people pfo le as far down as a Ninth street to topause topau C Cpause
pause pau and wonder if they were dreaming drmln drmlnTwo S
Two other prominent officials of th the goY government IOVfrmnfnt ¬
ernment departments at the Departmental Departmentalriins DePArtmentalpp1Inllf
pcIfln riins yesterday YHter Ay were wreTO T TO 0 Weed chief chiefrk chiefrrk CII1
S > rrk rk of the Postoffice ftIce Department and andA andH
A II Baldwin chief clerk of the Depart Departru Departrwht
rwht ru ht of Commerce and Labor LaborAt LaborAt
At the th Sunday School Sch Ol League 1Je ground groundat groandl groandlat
at Thirteenth and D streets tr ltI northeast
President Prp l ent Herman A Meyers ley pitched the theinitial theinitial
initial ball to the slate lal8 and the Rev Revrorge ReHnrIt8
HnrIt8 < rorge rgc A Miller pastor of the Ninth XlntbStr
Street Str t Christian ChurcKdrove Churcl
rove It to left ief
field for a clean single After this the the
Ninth Inth Street Church team
inspired by b r
the worthy effort of their pastor trounced trouncedthe trouncedthp I
the th Hamline club by a score that had hadsUlI us usstill w I Iatil
still atil counting when the battle terminated terminatedFather terminatedFnther terminatedFather
Father Hnnnnn Hnnna Star Stuns < n LenKuc LenKucThe Len LengueThe ue ueThe
The Rev Eugene A Hannan of St t
Martins Church who organized the th C
Marquette League Lea < ue some me years ago < 0 set so t
the wheels of the
Catholic organization organlaUonn r rn
In n motion Father Hanan has still
a good goodrye gOOdrye gooe I
rye for th the plate plat and sent the ball sailing sailingover sailinioer
over tho corner for the flrst strike strikeAt
At McDevltts Field there w wdre dr < Sre big bifiolnS 111 111t1o1nR
doln fiolnS if we e are to believe our ears for forthere forthpre rot r rthPre
thpre certainly WM W a anolae noise and amid all alltiie 1 1 1tklP
tiie racket we are Informed that the thegl1s Ag Aggies Aggls ¬
gies were tore presented pre nted with tho pennant Rant for forwhich forwh fo r
which wh they fought so hard last summer S rS
President Harry F Worloy made his little llttI llttItalk
talk to the players and then the 1200 1 eraS eraSa craz r ra
fans a just hollered h lIer and the
Independ Independent lAdePinclcnp IZIdP d dTp ¬
ent Tp League I season was on onExCommissioner onE onEComissioner
ExCommissioner E Comloner Henry L West wa wapresent w wpIfpnt I Iprc
present prc nt at the opening game of the Commercial Comtnfrdal Com CornzeriaI ¬
mercial League L and started the proceed ¬
ings ing Berry A Whitmore doing something lIIOmethlD lIIOmethlDtrrlbl
terrible to the Andrews Andre team We left let t
in the flrst Inning when the Berries Berriesmade Bern Bernmad Berriesmade
made mad nine runs run and when we w e came back bad I
found that the final score was AS 8 to toS 7 7showing isholn 5
S showing sholn that the paper men are made of ofsterner otstfrner o C Ceterner I
sterner stuff stuffAll aKUaAll stuffAll
All of Petworth was on hand when hen
President rreld nt Fred Page tried his new Mer Morry Merr
ry r Widow curve as advertised ad ver tWed at the tb a
Petworth Pt worth grounds round yesterday and nd after aXte r
Mr Page Pa had shot hot one on of his b curves to ti p
S the catcher eher Brightwood Brl ht1OOd
aad Woodburn Woodburnengaged rooclburn rooclburnnfa F FengagE4
engaged engagE4 nfa 4 In a a nlpanVjtuck nlp nIpaiItuck tuek battle btLtU which whfcl it
finally vr svet v t to the Brightwood Dr1 < htwOOd lads by b a ato atn
5 to 3 3The scored scoredThe 8COr1Th
The Th Capital City League played its itsusual Itausual It I Itisual
usual scheduled ltCAtdul game at Capital Capit City Cit I
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High Schools crack baseball baaes JI team tsar tsardowned
downed the Giants fl to Iw i The Th feature featurewas featur featuras eaoar eaoarW8
was W8 as the batting bRtUn < of Hoffman and King ij for forthe forthe fo
the winner Score by innings inningsV
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making four runs in the flrst rst inning inningOTHXR InningOTIma
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lumbia l Printers blew into the th Marquette MarquetteLeague IarquUeLtA
League LtA L eague e for another season yesterday tordar and andsoundly an anlOundl I
soundly lOundl s trounced the Hygienic Hy enlo Labora Laboratory Laboratoe ¬
tory t ory team from the Treasury Depart Department Department Departent ¬
ment m ent IS to 1 1Weaver 1ea
Weaver ea vel of the winners held the Treat Treasury Trea Treaury Treatry ¬
ury u ry clerks to three scattered binglea bing and andstruck andstruck ane I
struck s out eleven men menThe menThe
The loser scored their only run In tto ttofourth tbefourth the C Courth
fourth f on a b hue e on balls sacrifice and andpassed aDdpaaed a I
passed p assed ball Score ScoreC
CotoMbta C R ItHOAgI H J 0 A K HT IFTAb Uh R ItltO4tl II Q 0 A K
Wood W oodrs M 3321 3 332111JBeaeer J 2 1 1 I JBe J r lb 1 t I SSI I I
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KTOMT K ruit lb 1 1 5 0 1 Hutm Uta s 11221 1 2 8 1 I
ThormbWfc TbonIbIrr T hcrabagUlIIlI U 1 I 1 MaMriy M 11113 1 1 1 3
ShWdt Sb S SlI d 3 1 0 1 SwMtlf If 1 I
fUraoMA lI iyaolrft2 if d 2 J i Coltet l Vvlbmte e 0 CCII CCIIe 1 1c
Sum S SW e c 01 Ill n 1 S OMMVW G p Po I I I 1 I
WUhM WUlt W UhidsrZ1IC rf 1 1o S AnwM AkuartISIS rf 1 1OweD t I IItttfc
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W tm p 1 1 1Total J I Itttfc 1 13181 3 38 13 6 9 9T
Total T WU 6 U 8 3 JIIJ111de
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CotuaabIa C ulda 4 418S16x1 0 8 0 0 6 x4S x4SPint xULeft s
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Wood I Ttaae rim at sunel hour and 40 Dates DatesGALLAUDET Inutea
GALLAUDET WINNER 11 TO 6 6Georgetown 6Georgetown
Georgetown G Preps Lose Second SecondGnmc SecondGnme I
Came of Season ScnnonThe ScnonThe
The Georgetown Preps lost their second secondgame secen econdpm ti
game pm g ame of o the season to Gallaudet College Collegeyesterday Collegeynterday e
yesterday y on the Kendall Green diamond diamondby dlamoa4by It
by b y 11 to f Laagmulr pitched in good goodform podformln goo Ii
formln form f orm hi aft ft the Innings except two wflen wflenthe wit whO whOhe I
the t he Buff and Blue Bla boys touched him up upfor upCor u p
for f or six runs in the third and four in inthe InOw It it
the t he sixth Maxson who was wa on the themound themouM th C Cmound
mound for Gallaudet played his h flrst full fullgame raUpme C ul 11
game g ame of the season and although althou h he was washit washl wa a
hit hl h it often he had good support which whichkept whichkept it
kept k ept the th runs down downGalJawdeL Score ScoreGaUavdct
GaUavdct R RHO ltlIOAlfl H 0 A K I G CorsrtowultOA orttovn < R II 0 A K gockeI1
Rockwrll R ockeI1 e 101 1 C 1 101 I S Laj taDp1 ulr IJ p I 1 S 3oedsd J 1
MCInW M oedsd ct S 3411 I 1 1 KftWta I J 4 1 1
BIaadIanl rnaediardrt111s1 rU 1 1 XiiIII MiItsrlb lb 1 1
HOMW Hom r 3b lb3 3 1 11 S 1 II McCarthy K L221 2 2
AITM A1IM 4 trv If 1 32 J I I Ixwbl li i c 0 1 C C
IC Itettttti I 2bJl lb Thie 1 0 2 I S Martin > artiD m 10020 1 S C 2
Cntm Cra C saeealb11711 lb 017 1 1 I HUburs MilbzrndII1C cf 0 1 1 0 0 C
Hn II hM M 0 0 0 1 S MathtJMi 3b S l 0 Ci CiiU 1 2
Majuon I p iU l 1 l 1 UMUM Uanasif UanasifToteM rf 11202 liS 2
Dwiaa M 000
Total TotaJI GUM I11 1111 j i f
Totals 11 IIISJIU9 MM J 13 9 9KarMd 9CallaadK
CallaadK G I 1CC4Cix 4 1 xU xUS
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muir 2 UmpireMr I IVD Time of gene 1 1boor 1boar 1hour
boor and CD r rLABORITES minute minuteLABOEITES JabnateLABORITES
Sailors Lo LOllI Los R AVlltMin lIlnntetc1 l < entccl Oto3 Oto3Hnttlc to3 to3nnttlc io 3 3Battle
Battle In Departmental League IjcnfmcCommerce JenJtleCommerc
Commerce and Labor and Navy played playedan plays playsInteresting eel
an interesting InterHt1 contest in the Depart Departmental t tmental ¬
I mental League Lea 1J yesterday y terdy which the theLaborites t cc ccLaborites
I Laborites Anally copped by a a fto3 mar margin matIn I Igln ¬
I gin ginXorrls In Xorrls orris who served them over for the thewinners theI ti I Iwinners
winners nners proved a a stumbling tumhUn block and andheld andlheJeI ar id idheld
lheJeI held the Sailors well in hand Kino Ino men mendied menI net in indld
died by the strikeout route For four fourrounds fourrounds Cot C Cr
rounds only three men faced him Score ScoreC r
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Mapp Mapplf If 0 10011 0 001 1 I KM Ie 1tsaa M 10000 1 1110
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Cvana t lmcf ef 2 lilISIalycf 1 1 0 0 I DalY > ahr ef 0 1210 1 2 1
Kinmy 3bl 1 1 150 1 5 C CMri c e 0 9812 C 8 1 1ub1d
VaabTdit ub1d lb I 1 C 13 1 2 Han U lIa 2b 10400 1 II 4 0
Bnnm 1 II 11221 221 1 WUnvr WIlmylh lb 1 10703 1 1070 e 3
8 Sboeuskirrr1SSS BbiMMakcr rf 1 000 Wataon W Watwef rf 00101 00101Norrta i i 0 r ri
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Norrta Xem Nosriep p 01040 IlA Sa 8aldnap Sabtea p 0 0017 0170 0170T 2 2TetaIL
T TetaIL Uk 6 12718 I Z IS 6 Total 3 1S111 1 11 7 7and 1C 4
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The Colored Departmental DeJHLrtmen l League Leagueopened Long gue gueopened IC ICopened
opened Its second season yoetorday oetGrda the thePostoflico theP tl 1S 1SL
Postoflico P tof co team winning from t om tho G GO P PO L
O by the generous score of 15 15to to 4 4The 4The 4The
The winners made eighteen hits Score ScoreG Scor e eGPO
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llcmb lioyd lloyd ef 21000 2 1 0 WoodwuJb Wood4lB 1oodealb1211 3b 12010 1 2 1 0
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Aanrfek k 2b 03100 0 0 1 0 S SudUr M d 01120 a 1 I 2 0
Waters WeteraeaOI1S1 as 0 0 1 S 1 Taylor TajlorIf If 22000 2 2200 2 9 0
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Forest defeated Culpapor here this thisatternoon Ui IS IS1r
by b 7 to 5 The game gamewashoUy gamewashoUycontested gamewas was hotly hot 1r
and d large crowd was in Intendanco at attendance attendance t ¬
Berry and Whitmore Club ClubScores ClubScores
Scores Nine Runs RunsWALKER RunsWALKER
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Plate nnd Result L Li Continuous ContinuousProccflflion ContinuousProees101
Procession Around the Sacks In InOpening 1nOllcnlnG
Opening Chapter ChnptcrAl1drcT Andrews Boys BoysCould DosCould
Could tot ot Overcome Handicap HandicapOut I1nndlcnlOut
Out on Georgia avenuo is 8 vacant oaca t lot lotwhore lotwhocQ
whore the amateur teams play ball It Itis S
is I bounded on the south by Irving street streeton stnoton
on the north by Kenyon street trot on on the theeast theea
east ea t by a number of back yards udtl and amion an4on andon
on the we west t by b a large school building buildingDuring buildingDuring buildingDuring
During tho game It is an oven o en b bet betwhether t twhether
whether w hether a foul tip will 111 break OA OM of the theschool lb lbscoool
school s room windows wllHo ThoM Tho who wh b bet lMtMterday t tyesterday
yesterday y on the nobreak sM side won woneasily on
easily easilyInto 011 011Into e
Into this vacant lot y yestsrdy Urday terda after afternoon aternoon ¬ S
noon n oon rolled two automobiles The first firstwas tintVII S
was w VII as very v < ry rod and contained the players playersfrom playertrom playeruS I
from fr frli om Berry I Whltmores jewelry estab establishment eta1ll ¬ S
lishment ll li hment They The were a husky lot of ofchaps oCchaps olhaps
chaps c haps and wore classy c gray ay suits orna ornamented ornamented ornaonted ¬
mented m onted by a beautiful monogram Jft no m Then Thenthere Thenthore
I there t appeared a a glittering aggregation aggregationlooking allIegatJonlooking S
looking l like the th comet in all its glory gloryThis P r3 r3Th
This Th T his was U the R 1 P Andrews Andre Companys Companysteam Companysteam
team te am and it clad in the
was d most gorge gorgeous loreOUII gorgCS ¬ S
ous o ow us yellow and am red costumes CCNJtum Tha Th yellOw yellOwthe y allow allowWM S
WM w as the yellowest and the red wan the thereddest theleddNt
reddest z that tha t ever came out of a dye shop ahopAcroea hop hopAcross
Across A Aw croos each manly yellow eUow breast was the theword theword th C
word w ord Andrews in capital letters No Nowonder O O1ODder C
wonder w onder that Mr Ir AIKJMAWS AiMW AndWews applauded applaudedloudly applaudedloud applaudedudly NcI I
loudly loud lo udly from hi his seat on onthe rhe he bleacher bleacherThe blelcheNThe bleachersThe
The occasion was 81 th the opening fame ol olthe o ohe f ftlM
the t he new ne Commercial Baaeball League LeagueTbte LeapThis Leaguehis
j This T his accounted for the presence of ofFormer ofForm8 ol
Former F ormer Commission Commissioner tr West Weat who bo had hadb badbeon I
b beon ean on asked to toss thoHlrst tbe t ball Whan WhanMr WbenMr I
Mr M r West took hid position in I th t pitchers pitchersbox Jltchersbox pitchersOx I
box b Ox it was aa an even wager 8 < as to whether whetherhe wheOMrhe
he h e could throw thro to tit tM catcher and andwhether andwhetbQr I
whether w hither he would come anyway anya near the theplate lbeplato
plate pl ate He did both much to the th antis satisfaction tte ttetaeUon ¬
fh faction f of the thousand small boys who whohad whobad I
had h ad assembled Most of them being GAd eaddles GAddh cadice
dles d ice at the nearby Columbia Golf Club Clubhollered Clubhollered
hollered h fore when hen Mr West t appeared appearedAfter appearedArter
After A fter that thA t their chief eh r Interest Inter was plainly plainlycentered plaIn plaIncenterocl r
centered c in the opposing pitchers pitchersThe pitch pitchTh pitchersThe
The Th first Inning Innln was weird Ird Walker Walkerthe WalkerI
I the t he Andrews pitcher was so nervous narvousthat JULrVOUthat nervousthe
that the bait U went tent everywhere but over overthe OYerthe r rhe
i the t he plate Man after man gyrated gyratedaround Uratedarnund I IrMmd
I around a tho bases until everybody lost lostcount loetcount L
count c of the number of runs They cir circulated circulated ¬
culated c around as if they were re on the thehuman thehuman the I
human h hh uman roulette wheel When hen the Ant flrsthalf AntbAlt rs t
half h alf came to an end there were nine nineruns nln nlnruns 1
runs r uns to the Berry Whitmore credit creditAfter eredttAlter
After A fter that there was nothing much do doing doIu ¬
ing i nS until Conner the umpire got t hit in inthe Inthe I I
the t he neck with a ball n and it looked lookedIt as asIf as I
If J f he h might have to go home homeEverybody bomeEverybody
Everybody wu excited accept 8 ceeot t II r tall tallpoliceman tallp ta tapoliceman I
policeman p who whO stood by by with hi hili h club clubunder clubunder
under u ndet his h arm and who when the th um umpire umplr ¬
pire plr p ire pluckily went back to his post wem wemon wen wenon urnL L
on down the street Then the Andrews Andrewsboys AD4re AD4reboys yewe S
boys b oys made a gallant rally and nd when the thegame theme the
game g ame me was called on account of darkness darknessthey arkneuth darknesihey a
they th t had scored seven runs They say saythey uythey sa I Ihey
they t will 111 do better next time Score ScoreB ScoreBtw
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Totals Toea 0 518 8 6 Total TcItaIa 7 I 7 S SBerry SJIerrJ
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Game in Inilcpcndchcc Circuit CircuitTwining CircuitTwining CircuitTwining
Twining defeated the Manhattan anhattaa aggre aggregation a re regatlon e ¬
gatlon yesterday in th the Independence IndependenceLeaguo IndpendenceLeagu8 ee e
League 8 to 3 3Burke 3Burke
Burke mounted the slab for the win winners winner I Iners ¬
ners ner and pitched excellent ball through throughput < b bout 1 ¬
put out allowing allowln but five scattered hits and andfanning aDdfanning an 1
fanning seven evcn Umbaush Um urh also al pitched a asteady astead
steady stead game for the losers but buthis his team teammates teammates I ¬
mates errors erors were costly costlyDlvver CCWit1 CCWit1Dhcr
Dlvver starred in both batting batUn and andilelding aooSleJdlng an anilelding ti
ilelding driving In throe 4runs rUM with a asingle tInglo as4nglo
single nglo and a double and making three threesensational threelonaUonaI thre C
sensational catches catch in center Score ScoreManhtan SeoreIaahta Scoreit
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TftUJ 3 3521125 3521125Manhattan 52112 5 5Manhattan 5lanhattaR
Manhattan 10000033 10000033Twlniw 1 0 8 I 0 G 3a 3aT1rlDiIl 3 3
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Iuftd l M bill b1nFt ballFogais F eaa Umpire URJpre UmpireMr > Mr r Webb Time jea jeagamei e egamol f fgamo1
gamo1 hour and 45 minutes minutesROSEDALE miDOteaROSEDALE
Play PIn nt Union LcnRiic Park Under UnderXnmc UndcrXnme linde r
Name of IlippoilroincM IlippoilroincMThe
The Hippodromes formerly tho Root Roeedales ROllodales Rootdales
dales have organized for the coming comingseason cominSseason comic g
season and have secured Union League LeaguePark LaguePark t tPark
Park for this year ear As the Rosedales Rosedaleswon RoeedaJ8Bwon en enwon
won tho Independent championship of the theDistrict theDistrict th 10 10District
District last year car a successful 8uccs rul campaign campaignis a ajs
is looked for this season Manager ManagerChambers MRJ1ftgerChambers Marag r
Chambers has as signed 51 od tho strongest toam toamin t04mIn toai 12
in tho city clt including Brady Brad who was waswith waswith wa
with Baltimore this thl spring and Run Kumnler Iumnlcr C
nler of the Philadelphia Americans AmericansSheep AmericansSheep 8
Sheep Dore the coming twIrler of ofWashington ofashlngton c I IrashLngton S
Washington ashlngton is also with the toam and andwill andwill an d
will m have a strong battery partner In InNorman InNorman I n nt
Norman Kraft Games are doslred with withtho withthe wit witthe t
the best teams In the District and sur surrounding surrounding swrounding ¬
rounding cities citiesNoxt citiesNext citiesNext
Next Sunday Sunda at 2 oclock In Union UnionPark 1mb a
Park the Hippodromes and Washington WashingtonGiants WashIngtonGiants WashlngtoGiants n an
Giants the strongest colored team In Inthis Inthis I Ithis
this section will moot m ot In the opening openinggame openinggame openirsgame
game Home Run Johnston the fa famous tamous ft ftnous ¬
mous colored shortstop of the Philadel Philadelphia PhUadolpnl3 Philadophia ¬
phia Giants will play In the game Tom TomCrooks TomCrook To ToCrooks
Crooks of the Washington Nationals Nationalswill Nationalswill ratIonaitwill
will umpire the game For gamog gRmcs tmo3 ad address add a adross ¬
dress d ss Robert Chambers Chambers
care of Union UnionLeaSUo Unlo fl flLeague
League Park
McthortJiitN 3l 3lth Arc Hurled Under AvnInncho AnInnche Avn Avalanche
Inncho of llcnlthy health Dingier IHnRloxNinth DlnJtleliNinth DingierNinth
Ninth defeated Hemline yesterday eaterda in jnthe intho Ine
the th e Sunday School League 14 to 5 5Manager 6Manager 5anager
Manager M Mth anager Lovo selected Symanoskle to do dothe dothe doe
the th e twirling for tho Christians and with withthe withthe
the th tha thth e exception of tho second inning when whena
a single triple and two doubles netted nettedthe neUeelthe
the th thhi e Methodists three runs runs he kept his hishits hithits
hits hi ts well scattered scatteredGordon scatteredOordon
Gordon started on the mound for Ham Hamline HmUne
line li ne but was relieved by b Birch at the theend theend
end en d of the second inning aCtor nine runs runshad run runhad
had ha d crossed the p pan n Ninth soared thre threrune thr thrnina three
rune nina n ina In their half of the first on two twopasses tvO tvOpaae
passes pa padr sses a single In > < le and Richmonds long longdrive Ionsdrive
drive dr ive to center the latter however being beingcalled belnKcaned
called ca lled out for not touching first base baseIn bABeIn
In the second they added dlNl six Ix more moreruns moroIUlUtfour I
runs IUlUtfour four consecutive single a L home homerun homerun
run ru n by Mareeron with bases full fol followed tolJDre folwed ¬
lowed lo wed t by a triple by Moreland am and single singleby Iln e eby C
by b y Broomo BroomoAlthough BroomeAlthough
Although defeated < Haralta Haml looks to tohave tohave C
have h ave a a strong team team and with Ilh a a HtUe HtUepractice UtU UtUpractice I Iactice
practice pr actice will bo right in the running runningi ruIJaKScore
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Cornell rnc11 Company Appllc Cont ot otVIiItcwnnh ofllltcwnh ot C
VIiItcwnnh to Navy u Yard Nine NineFor Ine IneFor
For six innings Innln yesterday the game gamein pmeIn r
in the Capital Capt City League Lea between the theCornell theCornell the S
Cornell C ornell Company and Navy Yard teams teamswas teamswa teamsaa
wa was as pretty pr tty a a pitchers teben battte as any anyon anyGIN C
GIN 0 on fl4 would wish to i see But Conner Connorsweakened ConDonwkened I
weakened w in the eighth and before beforeBecker beCoreJkteJter a
Becker B ecker could stem tftft the tide wve seven en runs runswere ruuwere S
were w ere over the plate plateScola Scora Cornell S SNavy SNYy
Navy N avy Yard OL OLCornell 0Cornell 0 0Cornell
Cornell scored one in the second sea session M8 M8ston seaion ¬
sion l ion oa a 0 base oa balls to XJ lUng followed followedby followedby
by b y an out out a a stolen base and a a sacrifice sacrificefly aaerldcy CrtAee CrtAeeIty e
fly fl y Navy Yard had a a good opportunity opportunityla
la i n the sixth when the flrst two men menup meAup me
up u p singled but the succeeding batters battersfailed betterstuled
failed 1I to get the ball out of the th diamond diamondIn diamondIn
In the seventh vtnth the th downfall of Censor Connorscame Connortcame
came and all hope for a Navy Yard Yardvictory Tanvictory Tart
victory v was lost Big BI Chief Green of ofCatholic orCatbollc o if
Catholic C atholic University fame had been signed signedby nM nMb Ii
by b y Manager Cornell and twirled the flrst flrstfour ftr t tfour
four t out innings lani for the winners iJa lie looks lookslike loonlike S
like li ke a welcome addition to Cornells Cornellspitching Co r rpltehtnl
p pitching staff Brauner Brauner played well In Intb Inthe Ii S
tb the t he field and snared honors with Salb Salbwho Salbwho e
w who ho made several startling starU onehand onehandstabs onebandatabL
stabs s Score ScoreCornell SeoreConell
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By making their seven hits count countBrightwood countBrt coun t
Brightwood Brt htwood defeated def at Woodburn in the theSuburban theSuburban tb tbuburban to
Suburban S League yesterday afternoon S Sto Iel
to 103 103Gnt t el 3 3Grant
Grant of the winners winDe was hit by a apitched apitched
pitched ball and lost several Mv 1 teeth Score ScoreBrluwwrf ScoreBrht S
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ting in six runs The Th play pJft was some somewhat somewhat son e ¬
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Continued from Page EIght Elcrhtbo EI EIghtproperly ht htbo
bo properly handled Hunt contributed contributedtho contributedtho contributedo
tho th o longest hit of the matinee by slap slapping slapping slapng ¬
ping pi ng the horsehide to deep loft center In Inthe Inthe infourth
the th fourth and then making a sensa sensational sen senlIonal aoosaonal ¬
tional tb onal sprint around the sacks being beingnipped beln belnnipped beingpped
nipped ni pped at the th home plat trying to tostretch toIItretch toretch
stretch st retch it inte a a foursackor Tho play playwas playas playas
was w as close but the ball reached the Vir Virginia Virginia Virnia ¬
ginia gi nia backstop just a bit ahead of Hunt HuntIt HuntIt Huntis
It is doubtful dO lbtful If there was another play playmado pJa pJamado playeado
mado sn ado that wag so thoroughly enjoyed enjoyedby enjoyedby enjoyedy
by b y the spectators and as a Georgetown Georgetownwas
was w as two scores ahead and going good goodthey goodthey gootiey
they th ey were in a frame of mind to take takesuch takeluch takeuch
such o uch happenings good naturedly naturedlyGeorgetown naturedlyGeorgetown naturedlyGeorgetown
Georgetown handled Mndledthe the ball like a aveteran aveteran aeteran
veteran v aggregation in the infield the thetwo thetwo thewo
two t wo errors being bln the th result of a a poor poorthrow poorthrow peorhrow
throw t to second by Feenan and a foul foulfly touly foulS
fly y that was dropped by Sltterding near nearthe neArthe S
the t he Virginia bench All of the balls hit hitinto hitllito hitt S
into in t the InfIeld Inftel were well taken care of ofCogan otCo ofogan
Cogan Co C ogan aa and OConnor doing lIne work and andgetting andsettlnS andettIng
getting g in front of some vicious drives drivesIn drivesIn
In I n the seventh Hume drove one at Co Cogan Corall Coan ¬ S
gan g an and he h held on to the ball although althoughit althoughneriy
it nearly took his hands off OConnor OConnortook OConnortook OConnocS OConnocook
took t a stinging Itkl lng bounder off Douglas Douglasbat DouCJubat S
bat b at in the eighth that looked to the thecrowd tbecrowd therowd i
crowd c like a a safe r drive through Stat flrstbase firatbue
base b st territory The visitors work was wasgood WIdgood wsisood t
good g ood in some me instances IDlltaAc but they blew bl6 up upon upn p pon
on o n easy chances In tight places placesRoth pIceaDotb placesBoth
Roth Catcher Do WellFew Well WellFew elI elIFe
Few Fe stolen tol bases li a were registered registeredagainst re registeredgainst twod twodaplnst
against a either catcher both Feenan and andRoan andR andoon
Roan R an < catching a a good game and throw throwing tNowIn throwg
ing In g to the sacks In great form Peenan Peenanprobably PeenllI Peenanrobably
probably p caught the largest number r try trying tf1Ing tryg ¬
ing lu g to 0 pilfer and be aided Balzer ma materially mterlall7 maerially ¬
terially t in tight corners cornersCapt cornersCapt cornersCapt
Capt Ptekford and Cogan each han handled handIed hanied ¬
dIed d ied the ah with 1Ja telling effect and rang rangup rangUP rangp
up u p three hits apiece PJckfords single singlehi singlethe
hi the th ninth started what threatened thr tene4 to tobe tob
be b e a a tevtimttog ttaS rally on the part of the theCbarlottesvnte theCbarlottenll1e
Cbarlottesvnte C tribe Roan let fly a a sin single sinlie jfl ¬
lie g ie and advanced the Virginia Vlrl 1 captain a ape aP8tt a aeg
pe P8tt p eg bat Brown found Balser a a puzzle puzzleand puu puuand
and a nd wMffed wMffedBalser Ufed UfedBa1aer
Balser struck out six X of his opponents opponentsand opponeaaand opponentsnd
and a nd held the bits hit well el1iCtterecl scattered In three threeInnings threeInntap threennings
Innings I tb t the losers mad made two hU btta hits > tl tM tMftnt th thtat e efirst
first S tat sixth Ixth and ninth They made one onescore aaeacore
score s core la the lirE inning but their other otherbiaglea otMrb
biaglea b 1a were cre wasted wastedThe udThe
GEORGETOWN AB R IL IL H PO A E ESitterdlafj EStttercUJac EltterdlnTh
Sitterdlafj ltterdlnTh Jb 3 1 1 1 I 1 1Murphy 1Murpby
Murphy M urphy TeapU eapt cf cf4 4 IHunt I I t I I IHunt
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Gibson G lbeosiTh 2b 3 1 l i 7 i 1 1Connelly 0 0onusIlyU
Connelly onusIlyU it f 4 1 I 1 1Cosaa I II
Cogan se 4 4 1 I IM 3 3 I IOCoonor1b
M OConnor OCoonor1b 1 4 t m mFeenan I 7 7JCIan I 1 15
Feenan c 4 4Balser 5 5 7 i 1
Balser Bab uJserp p S SCarter I 1 2 1 1TotaJ8 0 0I
TotaJ8 I 7 7YIRGIXIA 17 S
VIRGINIA XB R H PO A Eo EoJiume E Eumelf
Jiume umelf It 4 1 8 8 0 0Carter 0arterIb
Carter C arterIb lb lbBlakenev 1 I 111 111Fitchett 1 1
Fitchett F ltchett is 4 1 1 1 5 1
DoU81u Sb 4 I 0 1 1BJakeney 0 0
Blakenev B rf 1 1 1Hitch 1 1 1Hfteh I I
Hitch H ttehIb lb I 1Pickford I 1 1 I 1
Pickford P cant epl cf eLI S I J 1 Ie 1 0
Ron e 4 4Brown I 1 I 1 1BrOWD I Irownp
Brown B rownp p I 1TotahK S I 1 J JTotaJ I ITotals
Totals TotahKGeorgetown 1 S 8143 8143eorgatown Ii I IfKowJ
Georgetown O eorgatown fKowJ 2 is 1 ib Ilx 1 x
Virginia irgthIa 10410I0002 10410I0002Earned 1 1001 0 1 0 00000 0 02 02Earned
Earned runs runsVirgInia Virginia vtr n 1 Georgetown Qeorgetow
1 Left tt on bases bue baseaVirginta Virginia I Georgetown Geor8eton George Oeorgerat ¬
town 1 First rat base on 111 balls bellsOff On Balser Balseroff
6 off Brown Brq 4 Struck out outBy By Balxer
I LbY by Brown 4 Threebase Thr ba hit hitHunt hitHuntJwObaH Hunt
Twobase l 4wobase hit hltHufM Hume Sacrifice Sacrtd hits hiliCu hitsCarer Car ¬
ter t er t2 2 Stolen bases baIte3Blak8n basesBlakoney Blakeney Cocan
M OConnor Passed ball banTeenan Feenan Um Umpire UmpireXl ¬
pire pireXl p irMr Mr Belts Time Tlmeotgam of game sam 2 hours hoursNOTES hoWsNOTES hoursNOTES
GueK t we evened up some yesterday yesterdayFtonanj YetvclaylFeonaas yesterdayltmi
Ftonanj throwing tmi was U the > c best t that thatthe thatUwt
the t he War Georgetown Geor etown backstop ha has been beenguilty beeaptltr
guilty g of this th year u He was u downright downrightmean doDl1Pta elowarichimean S
mean a to the visitors when they tried to toadvance toadvance toadvance
advance by theft theftAs thertAa
As usual Virginia ylrg had her friends in inthe Intbe Inhe
the t tt he grandstand s aud but the organized Abd cheer cheertog chearla cheerag
tog la t ag section must have mtesed the train trainThe trainThe trainThe
The fusillade e In the first lasting was waslike wulike wasike
like l ike a premature explosion ton of a are arecracker ftrecrackertoo lIrecrackertoo
cracker crackertoo too soon oqn to be appreciated In Inthese intheM isthese
these days of weak hearts heartsVirginia bataYlr
Virginia Ylr 1a plays six game on the pre present prent pr ¬
oct nt trip the game here being the lImit of ofthe ofthe cithe
the bunch Today the ChartottesvlUe ChartottesvlUeboys Cbarlotte vUIe vUIeboys t tboys
boys will tackle Pennsylvania and then thenwill thenwtU thenwill
will play Harvard Holy Cross Yale and andWest aadWut I IPoint
West Point m in the order named May Mayyou layyou 4ay 4ayyou
you have better luck in these the other otherplace otherPaCOll
place Virginia VirginiaBrown VirginiaBrown
Brown of Virginia Virgin VlrgfnIakickod kicked like a steer steerwhen steerwbon steerwhen
when Betts Bet t8 permitted Gibby to take takeflrst takeftrat I IStat
Stat on four our balls in the third and the theump theump theump
ump became peeved peeved and in another anothermoment anotherIftOmont anothermoment
moment Brown would have been watch watching watchIn ¬
lag In tho game from the bench The gen genial gunml n nal ¬
ial Capt Piekford ambled in from his hisperch h hperch Mi I Iperch
perch in center and smoothed the rut ruffled rured rutfled ¬
fled ed feelings of his toam mate mate stopping stoppinglong atoppl atopplJong stopptnlong
long enough to are Belts that the rest restof rNtor restof
of the nine did not share Browns opin opinion oplnIon opinionofhim ¬
ion ionofhim ionofhimWhen of him himWhon blmWhon
Whon Cogan laid down a a neat bunt In Infront Infront infront
front of the plato in the third in an at attempt attempt it ittempt ¬
tempt to sacrince Gibson on and Connelly Connellyalong C Connellyalong nnfIb nnfIbalong
along a a notch Roan failed to pick up the theleather theleather theleather
leather in time to catch the fleetfooted fleetfootedshortstop fleetfootedshortstop eetfootfdIhor
shortstop Ihor to and all hands viewed the dig disgusted diggu dirgusted ¬
gusted gu t 1 Virginia Ylr lnl catcher contentedly from fromsecure fromSOClf fromocup
SOClf secure ocup positions on the three corners of oftho ottho ofthe
tho diamond diamondSpeaking dmmondSpeakIng diamondSpeaking
Speaking of Cogan ho must have blos blossomed blossomed biossomed ¬
somed out in anger at something thaj tba tbahappened
happened in the last t VirginiaGeorge VirginiaGeorgetown o otown ¬
town game the way aj he everlastingly everlastinglypasted everl8UnSlYAsted everlastinglypasted
pasted his label on the horsehide horsehidePickford horlefttdePickford itorseitidePickford
Pickford made ma o three hits and drew a afree afrc afree
free tlckst the four times he advanced to totho totho tothe
tho plato He is a quiet chap the most mostmodest m mostmodest t tmodest
modest captain of any college teAm that thathas thathas thathas
has played hero this spring and an his work workIs workIs workis
Is just as smooth smoothSmoke smoothSmoke smoothSmoke
Smoke has as probably nevor nev pitched pitchedbatter Jltcb8dbatter pitchedbetter
batter ball than ho Is twirling right now nowPhil no noPhil nowPhil
Phil King has drummed It into the theheads thehends theheads
heads of his henchmen that to win games gamesIs gamesIs
Is the essential thing to become great In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the realm of ball and bat bnt and the pitch pitchers pitchers pitchC5 ¬
ers and Infielders are playing with more moresnap moreBnaI moresnap
snap > and dash and loss of a Iam Iamafraldtomakeanerror IaunatraJdtomakeanerror IVflafrajdtornakeanerror
afraldtomakeanerror look Balzer Balzerglnla Balzerpitched Baizerpitched
pitched no a grand game against W Went fit Vir Virginia Virginia
ginia and yesterday esterda ho used us d excellent excellentjudgment excellentjudgment excellentJudgment
judgment and was a8 cool all the way W be being MInS beIng ¬
ing especially effective in tight corners cornersGibsons cornersGlbsons cornersG1bsos
Gibsons high foul foulin in the eighth was wascaught wascaught 8S 8Scaught
caught in a clever manner by Roan RoanBlaheney RoanBlateney RoanBlakeney
Blaheney scored in tho fourth In a aqueer 0Queer aqueer
queer manner He was as on 09 o third and andPickford andPickrord andPIckford
Pickford drew a pass Fccnan letting tho thofourth thofourth theourth
fourth ourth boll l roll to one eWe While think thln
I Edmonston Co CoAdvisers CoAdvisers coAdvisers
Advisers and Authorities Authoritieson
on Foot Troubles TroublesMen Froublesl1en ProublesMen
Men and Women who enjoy being out of ofdoors doors will willappreciate willappreciate willappreciate
appreciate the Foot Comfort afforded by our ourFoot ourFoot
Foot Form Boots and Oxfords OxfordsWhatever OxfordsVhatever
Whatever aches assail assailzijf assailyour assailyour
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V S X our Instep Brace Foot FootForms Footorms FootV
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5 easily easilycorreet correct flat feet feetand feetand feetand
and relieve those aches so sooften sooften soS sooften
often attributed to foot footrheumatism footrheumatism footrheumatism
rheumatism rheumatismTheres rheumatismTheres rheumatismS
S Theres a Foot Form Formlast Fonnlast Formlast
last to correct and cure cureevery ell cureevery re reevery
every form of foot ailment ailmentOur tilment tilmentOur ailmentOw
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feet perfectly perfectlyFoot perfectlyFoot perfectlyFoot S
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in all good leathers priced up from fromEdmonston ill illEdmonston fl4 4 4I
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Advisers and Authorities on Foot Troubles
ing Ua g about a out the weather or something ejse ejseFeenan eJ ejsreenn 1
Feenan F eenn nan forgot there was U a runner on onthird onthird onhird
third t and when the bleacherites yelled yelledGettlmathome yelledGetUmathome yelledGettlmethome
Gettlmathome he couldnt gobble up upthe upthe uphe
the t he leather ia time to tag the man com coming com11I cornng ¬
ing 11I S ng in inThe in in11M
The sarsapariUa parlUa man aa had a a busy day dayThe da7Tbe dayThe
The bleaeherUes have stood d the warm warmsun WUID111ft warmun
sun s un of the put t few days like Uk the Us real realfans reltan realans
fans f ans they are are and they h ha base tafce taken U th thsarsapariNa u uunIaMtrl thearsaparIlls
sarsapariNa unIaMtrl l erase like Uk ducks ducksTheres cbTllerAs ducksTheres
Theres an old saying All things tat5stastY are areforgiven or ororgtven
forgiven tastY f when we win winThroe w1nThree M MThroe
Throe straight games for Ute HUttop HUttopPOTS Bl IDUtsplea tA p ppert
p POTS POTSPlckfor lea leaPtckZor
Plckfor Ptck s hit bkla la tho ue sixth ran up upSlUerdtog upapbaet
apbaet a he second base bug I act aa4 took tookaucI
a madden change el L esumsa ui uiprtMd that sue sueibeed
prtMd prtMdSt p ibeed everybody everybodySitterding
SlUerdtog St ws WU nabbed Ole CT flnfc k bos in inthe litthe hihe
the t he seventh eatb after he bad Ilk aOMr nS to toright atight toight
right r field fieldI fieldCarter AeJdCart 534Carter
Carter Cart made two sacrifice hits and an drew drewa drewout drewpass
a a pas pass out of four times tl at bat batI IIatVIRGINIA betVIRGINIA
RoRnoUc 10 Iticliinond RIchmond 0 0Spr DSr 0yeend
Spr Sr S yeend tel to The WMUncton Hmld HeralRoanoke HmldRoanoke l lRoaoke
Roanoke Va V May Xa 2 Boanofce JIo won wonfrom WODfrom wonrom
from f rom Richmond today by a score X of ofK
K 1 1 41 to I Fifteen hits by the visitors and amiseventeen aMseventeen andeventeen
seventeen s by the tb locate I a a total of thirty thirtytwo tblrt tblrttwo thirtywo
two t wo speaks eloquently of Chinese ChI balL balLIt ballIt balit
It I t was a a genuine ulne swat test eat Cefalu CefaluRoanokes CefaluRouIoke CefainRoanokes
Roanokes new pitcher was replaced with withAndrada withADdIwIa withAndrads
Andrada in the eighth ObI Oh was In the theBox tile150x theSox
Box rom start to ftniah nlsh I lea HT Bidtmond BidtmondSCOTS Rk 1cbmon 1cbmonScore moacl moaclScore
Score by innings
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BattcriMOrfBlu 0fth1 A JIdnIdA nda a aed l 5 kaatdt st Obi Obiand 0IalaaIIL Delnd
a and nd M aaIIL i > U UntptwJ4r U Man esL esLNorfolk Ait i ssfcia I 1010 1 1oorroIk j jXorfolk
Norfolk 18 lynchbnrpr 8 8Special 3tit ital
Special 3 al to Tb ftc Wi W Waton iMbjftrm Uenld UenldNorfolk BeaWNorfotk BesahlNorfolk
Norfolk Va Y May 2 8Norfolk Norfolk ortoak hit the theball tilebaU thebU
ball often and bard this afternoon and andwon andWOl1 andwon
won from LynchborK easihr sash W to 2 2Lynchtranr 1 1Lynebburp lLynchburg
Lynchburg also piled up errors most mostof mostoC mostof
of which assisted 84 Norfolk Nor k m In the run runcolumn runcolumn runcolumn
column The Tb visitors seamed to be at afflicted atAided atmeted ¬
Aided with stage ta fright Scot ScotLoncfabof Score Scoreuthbcrg
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Kodolk Kodolkad N odo I 1 1 S 2 S 11I M J JBnfIdoa I0iUseleBraadon
0iUseleBraadon BnfIdoa GebriIIC GiIrin ebm sad sadr Sse 0 IrXw 5 5nd
a ad Xnnaon U u3r r rda PwdcrPortNiiionth rdaPortlllUontb PSSdsfPortsmouth
PortNiiionth S Danville 1 1Special 1 1Sedal
Special 1 t te Tha nil T WiiMngtoa Wton Mcmld Mcmldr H BeraldVs aId aIdDanviJJe
r DanviJJe > anville Va May ay 2Jn In a pitcher pltcl1enlbattle pitchersbattle pitcherbattle
battle Danville lost the flrst rst game of the 4heseries theetlea M MMrtes
series s today with Portsmouth making makingthe maklncthe makinghe
the t he fourth consecutive con defeat before the thesame theHme theame
same s club Hannlfan for the viattorv viattorvpitched vtattonpltebad vis5toapitehod
pitched a conatotant game gam and tae only onlyrun ODlyrUA onlyrun
run scored off aim was 4 due directly to toa towild topitch
a wild Id pitch Score
R LXI LXIDeashle X I IDuntDe B BDamfoe
Damfoe 0010000001 1 1 4 1 1rortMWNtta Iloruoa 1 1octsmosath
rortMWNtta I 3000000003 S ta I sRattcriwHanks IBattHaaIta t tiatttgisffa
RattcriwHanks iatttgisffa MIll LaocbUn 8ai Banaaa tfa and u4Conll aciCowan
Cowan Umpira lJaPbXr Mr BorrowAMERICA JIarrOIftAJIERICAX Borrow litnrosAMERICA
At t ladianarolislndbnapolia 4 Toledo 1 1At 1 1At 1At
At Lrwi Louimleolumtl rill Columbus 9 LoixrriUe I
Famous P amo Pittsburg Shortstop la an anAuto anAuto anAuto
Auto Wreck WreckCompanion WreakCompanion WreokCompanions
Companion Seriously Serloul Injured InjuredMachine aa aaJlachlne asIachlne
Machine Goes Over an Em Embankment Bmbanltment Binbanlrm ¬
bankment bankmentPtttstmrg banltmentPtuburs banlrm Cut CutPIttaburg
Ptttstmrg May y 1 2In In a teat of s speed 9IMedWwen speedbetween > ed edbetween
between automobiles automobl driven by Hans HansWagaer HansaSMr HartsWagner
Wagner aSMr the ball player and Gregc Gr GCIg Hue HueIcr HUer Buset
Icr l et a a young youn man of Carnegie this even evenlas evenfter evenag
las l ag after the ball game the Busier ma machine maebbM machine ¬
chine was hurled over a a hill hill injuring tnj the thefive theYe thefly
five fly Ye occupants while Wagner W in Me haste hasteto buteto hasteto
to stop his machine and render aid to tothe tltile t tthe
the injured narrowly escaped ped death un under antier undar ¬
tier another aooth r automobile which whirled by byhim byhim byhim
him at great speed speedTho apee4T1ae speedThe
The injured are Dr JL I G H LInsi si r bur burBS buroC burcC
BS of Carnegie the nan Who tost t in inftneed Inttaee4 Iniisd
ftneed Wa W Wagner ner to play profesatooal ball ballDr bJ1Dr ballDr
Dr K JC S S Simpson of Cbarders Valley ValleyJames YalJe YalJe1me1 Valleylames
James Grits proprietor of the Carnegie CarnegieHotel Carn CarnegieHotel e eHotel
Hotel W S SIson business man of Car Carneie Car11efde Carn
neie n and Gregg G Busier The injuries oi oiDr ofDr 01Di
Dr Hualer and Mr r Orris are serious seriousAbout JJeCiOai seriousAbout
i About a a mile below Carnegie with a abank ai abank
i bank tweatyftve feet high on on ODe side sideof Sideof de deof
of the road road the Hualer H Hu1et er machine ia some someway someway
I way went over Wagner Wn was at tills time timejust timeI timejust
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