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TIE q WASHINGTON iTA1TTTfPflJ HERALD VPAT11 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29 19tO
l JOHNSON BREAKS WORLDS WORLDSRECORD WORLDSRECORD WORLDSRECORD
I RECORD FOR STRIKEOUTS STRIKEOUTSNationals1 STRIKEOUTSNationals STRIKEOUTSNationals
Nationals Twirler Has Thus Far Fanned 307 Opposing OpposingBatters Opposingt OpposingBatters
t Batters This Season SeasonOther Other Sporting Gossip
All hall Pitcher waiter Johnson the thestrikeout thestrikeout theWalter
strikeout strIko t king kingWalter kingalter kingAll
Walter alter needed according to Statistician StatisticianMoreland StatisticIanMoreland StatisticianMoreland
Moreland Just five more points before beforeyesterdays betoreyesterdas beforeyesterdays
yesterdays game in Chicago to boat boatWaddells bontWaddells boatWaddells
Waddells great record icord in 1908 of 301 30LTen 301Ten 301Ten
Ten of Duffys White Sox went down downbefore downbetore downbefore
before the Nationals great fllnger and andWalters andWalters andValter
4 Walters Valter claim to title of strikeout king kingcan kIngc
can c r Jmrdl hardly be disputed as the official officialbatting officialbatting officialbatting
batting averages at the close of the sea season season seaeon ¬
son will easily ftslb show showWhen showWhen bow bowWhen
When Hugh Jennings and the Detroit DetroitTigors DetroitTisor DetroitTigers
Tigers were hero recently recontI the scrappy
loader remarked If I had Johnson my m mteam
team would easily win the champion championship champlonhlp championship ¬
ship shipTim shipTim hlp hlpTim
Tim Murnanekthe Iurnane the noted Bdston base
ban writer 11tor aeerareo d < K1aroo it It me the Red Red ooxhad Sox Soxhad oox iOXhad
had Johnsonian Johnson on their pitching staff I Ibelieve IbeJlee Ibelieve
believe they the would win wi the flag for with witha
a team like Boston behind him Johnson Johnsonnevor Johnsonneor Johnsonnever
never would lose a game gameThe gftmeThe gameThe
The foregoing shows what others think thinkof thinkot thinkofJohnon
of ofJohnon Johnson who Is easily the best draw drawing drawIng drawing ¬
ing card In MoAloers pack packLocal packLocal packLocal
Local fans fnn who have never mat John Johnson Johnron Johnson ¬
son personally do not appreciate what a amodest amodest amodest
modest unassuming clean cut chap he heI heIs
I Is Johnson IB i always In the pink of con condition condition condition ¬
dition because he has sense enough to totake totake totake
take caro of himself He does not know knowthe knowtho knowthe
the taste of liquor is a clean liver and andla andIs andIs
Is always willing to pitch when called calledupon calleduIMn calledupon
upon Unlike moat ball players ho does doesnot doesnot doesnot
I not chew tobacco I find nd that I can cankeep cankeep
keep my mouth from getting dry dr during duringa
a ball game by chewing gum and be besides besIdes ¬
sides I dn d not like the taste of tobacco tobaccoalthough tobaocoalthouSh tobaccoalthough
although frequently I smoke a mild cigar cigaraftar cisaralter cigarafter
alter dinner ha said to th the writer dur during durIn durin ¬
ing In a friendly t1endl rt ndiy chat last las month monthThe monthThe monthThe
The Nationals havo lIa 0 nine games left to toplay topIll toplay
play pIll and Johnson I iure wa to twfrl at atleast atleest atleast
t
least two of them to giving gtvin him the oppor opportunity opportunity opportunIty ¬
tunity Of boosting booIUn his It strikeout record recordso recordso
4 so high that it will probably stand for foryeaa fore foryears
years yeaaWashington yearsWahlngton e SI SI1t
Washington 1t lnston has Just reason r son to be proud proudof proudot proudof
of Walter Wal er JohnsonWld JomiOnWid Johnson
Wid Conroy and Dixie Walker reached reachedWashington nachedWaahtaston reachedWashiogton I
Washington yesterday morning mornln from Chi Chicago Chic ¬
c co cago They were sent on in advance as asManager a aIanger aManager i
Manager McAteer decided h he would not
PURSE PURSE OF 500 U FOR JOHNSON JOHNSONDistrict JOHNSONDistriot JOHNSONDistrict
District Fans Plan to Reward N Na Nationals a ationals
tionals Twirler TwirlerRoynl Twirlernonl TwirlerRoal
Roynl Rooter Dreyfusn DrefIlU Starts DnllROllln BallitohlInj Ball BallRolling
ROllln Rolling to Raise 250 sO to ioMeet toJleet toMeet
Meet AVardraans nrtlrnnns Offer OfferHerds OfferHeres OfferHeres
Heres a chance for the District base baseball baseball baseball ¬
ball fans to set together and give Wal Walter Waltot al altel ¬
tel Jahnson who has just established a anew anew anew
new woridj worid strlkaout record a nice lit little UttleprfS it ittiepreMv ¬
tle tleprfS tiepreMv pr siinv tfand and WalttrIs Waite W IJI is 15 deserving of ofthe ofthe
the prop proptMl eed d testimonial testimonialTwo tesUmonlRlTwo testimonialTwo
Two week weeks ago Hun Wardman the thewellknown theeUk1iown theweltknown
wellknown r real l estate man offered to toput 1o 1oput toput
put up 3M IO if the fans would WOUld raise a alike a alike
1 like amount a ount making In all 609 to be bepresented beprei8ntecJ bepreientod
presented to Johnson when the Nationals Nationalsreturn Natlonallrturn Nattonahreturn
return hom h home me from their pre present nt trip tripMr tripr
Mr dr r Wardmans ardmans announcement appeared appearedIn appearecIn I
In all the local papers but up to yester yesterday yosterday ¬
yoatorI
day no one made an effort to raise the therequired therequIred th threquired I
required 8 t Last night Ben D Drey Dreyfuse Dre DrefUH Dreyfuss1
fuse fuss1 whose place of business Is at 617 617Pennsylvania 617Pennyhttnla 01 01Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania avenue a Ilue stated that he hewouM hewould h hwouM
wouM start the ball rolling with a a 1 l lsubscription 5subierlpUon
1I
subscription and said he Intended to call callon cal1on calon I
on all his friends during the next few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days to try tr and obtain the amount amountneeded amountneeded amounineeded
needed neededI
I believe beJle said ld Mr Dreyfuss thai thatthe thaithe thaithe L
the local fans will 111 come across acr with sub subsrriptions subsrrlptlons subseriptions
srriptions to show ow their loyalty to the theclub thedub tiuiub
club iub and appreciation of Walter John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son I will 111 gladly gladl receive all subscrip subscriptions subscriptions subseriptions ¬
tions at my store and send to The Wash Washington Washington ¬
ington Herald each morning a a list of ofthose otthOfile o othoe r
those who have subscribed I feel con confident confident confident
fident that we can raise 36 50 to meet Mr MrWardmans MrWArdmans MrWardmans
Wardmans generous gift and reward the thegreatest thegr th thgreatest
gr greatest tst twirler that over wore a a Wash Washington Washington rash rashington ¬
ington uniform uniformMr uniformMr
Mr Dreyfuss DrofuSl hopes hop os that the fans will willdrop willdrot wil I
drop aroundvto around to see him and help swell swellthe swellthe swelthe I
the fund No muter how small the sub subscription HubscripUon subC ¬
C scription it will be b thankfully received
YALE BEATS WESLEYAN WESLEYANevr
> evr e1 Football Rules Cause Little LittleTrouble LittleTrouble LittleFronbh0
Trouble nt Xeiv XC CW Haven HavenNew JlnenNow havenNow
Now Havan Ivn Sept 2S 2SThe Tho new rule rulemade rube rutumade rubemade
made little trouble for either the Yale or orWefileyan orele orWesleyan
Wesleyan ele an elevens hare this afternoon in intho intho Inthe
tho first game of the season when Yale Yalevarsity Yalevarsity
I
varsity yarmt trimmed tho Methodists by a a22toO nZtoo a2to0
22toO score scoreThere scoreThere scoreThere
There wore few penalties and no pro protest protl8t protest ¬
test by b either team The feature of the thegame thegame thegame
game was a 00yard run in the third thirdperiod thIrdperIod thirdperiod
period when Corey Core intercepted a long longforward longforward longforward
forward paw and went shooting afown afowntoward Jowntoward iowntovard
toward the Wesleyan Ve leyan goal Walter Camp CampJr Campr
Jr it r who who was then playing full back tried triedto trleeto triedto
to kick tho goal but missed missedThe
4 The lineup and summaries summariesYak summariesYsie
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BomeMer Wt end Leggwa LeggwaFrench LtaflHlFra
French Fra cill teft tackle todd McCarthy CII1IIr
Paul Wt sww gnani gnaniMoyia I IfbU Utbbl10friI
Morris 10friI eentar Mitdult MitdultLew Ult Ultright
Lew ri right it gwrd giMTotnheenrtkt OHtew < < 1 1TomlhNe
TtotallM Totnheenrtkt a right teektc tackleBeniani BenMid
Broak right wd eisdhalf Wright right
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Pteld Wt half 1t kaek bac ¼ Murphy f1IIay
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PhilbiM Philbiatell u full hAck heckWeetwueth Weatwwth WeatwwthToHeMowMPhilMfi VefttnrtkIJe
SeeYale IJe 2 W t tT eTniehewuPhl1bIa
ToHeMowMPhilMfi T IIIt1Wt1 Brook Daly Paul Goals
fmm fn te UMtCbdowaDJr didow Daly 2 PariodF PailodFeqr Hr of Id l hutes min minutes minutes ¬
utes each ea nSriakBratM dshEaa Wllltanw aad ad IUf IWr Rare re
Torrpr r PeRMtfrantA Umrtre Umll UmnhFuItz eiFultz Fuitz B ilpeuw w fieM
jlld judu de Hall Y YAle le Head liBtnawn StitaYak II Ya
Brotuon f for r Francis Pr Freeman man for Paul Sticking
ham far Loree Campbell for Temiiasofl Stnwt for fOffe
Corey < fe RcMIr RelU f fer fe Field KtoUw for Dalr Camp for fO
Philbla Wed WHlerAR jr a Blerille for OJbbt Murphy for foraoo1
Bacon aoo1 Huntos Wltus for Kiahxke Gnu Gn for f r H fluiitM fluiitMerlaud IIItH tk S Seth Sethtrlad th thfriaad
friaad for WeatwaruX Baeon aCiOft for Sutherland SutherlandIlnrvnrd SutherlandJlnnnrd SutherlandHarvard
Ilnrvnrd DefcntN Baton BatonCambridge nntcnCambridge nt ntCambrIdge
Cambridge Sept 2S SHarard Harvard had no notrouble notrouble notrouble
trouble In defeating Bates In the first firstgame firstgame firstgame
game on Soldiers Field today tod by b a score scoreof scoreIt scoreC
of It C 22 to 0 Using t slng a variety of plays and
c holding the ball twothirds of the time timethe tImethe timethe
the pupils of Haughton simply slmpl outclassed outclassedthe outclassedtht outclassedthe
the Maine team
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Casa2dol I to merely read about
Old O Id i case Old delivered Glory Have so you ou a
I and the home folks can
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use them In New York where the club clubplays clubplas clubplays
plays Friday and Saturday of this week weekand weekand weekand
and the first two days dny of next week The TheNationals TheNationals TheNationals
Nationals open up a threegame series serieshere serieshere serieshere
here with the Boston Red Sox beginning beginningnext beginningnext beginningnext
next Wednesday ednesdll and close the 1010 sea season season season ¬
son with a doubleheader against the theAthletics theAthletics theAthletics
Athletics Saturday SaturdayYesterdays Saturdn SaturdnYesterdas SaturdoyYesterdays
Yesterdays victory vIctor gver ver the White Sox Soxputs Soxputs Soxputs
puts the theNa Nationals Naionals Ionnls in sixth lxth place by a ascant ascant ascant
scant margin and only on winning ball will willenable willonnblo willonabho
enable them to finish the season in this thisposition thisposition thl thlposition
position Boston and New York have havepulled havepulled havepulled
pulled down the locals more than any anyother an another anyother
other two clubs cluhsln la in the league and It is isabout Isabout isabout
about time luck luc1tchanged changed a bit Heres Hereshoping HereshopIng Hereshoping
hoping
The The following suggestion sugge tlon is I not a bad badone badone badone
one oneSpurtinc one5I1rtln 4 4Sporting
Sporting Editor dlter The Wassinctin Wa Waihingtin ln en Herald HeraldSir HeraldSir erald eraldSIr
Sir While bile the talk of various post postseagon postseaOnbluloball postseason
season seaOnbluloball baseball series la still In the aIr nlrpermit aIrpermIt airpermit
permit me to offer a suggestion which I Ihave Iha Ihave
have ha not seen made heretofore heretoforeWhy heretoforeVh heretoforeWhy
Why Vh not arrange a postseason series seriesbetween seriesbetween seriesbetween
between the Washington Was lnKton American AmericanLeague AmorlcanLoosuc AmericanLeague
League team and the Brooklyn Nationals NationalsThere NationalsThera NationalsThere
There are several reasons for this sug suggestion suggestion suggestion ¬
gestion gestionThe gestionTho gestionThe
The first is that Brooklyn is anxious anxiousfor an anxiousfor dous dousfor
for some postseason money as evidenced evidencedby eIdencedb evidencedby
by b Its oagerness to participate In a a three threecornered threecornorod threecornered
cornered fight for the Manhattan cham championship champlonsltlp championship ¬
pionship with the Yankees and the theGiants theGiant theGiants
Giants Giant Of course there Is no chance chancefor chancefor chancefor
for this thisThe thllThe thluThe
The second reason rea on is that McAleer too toosopms toosepma tooS435
sopms S435 anxious to got into some post postseason postlOn postaaon ¬
season aaon lOn gamesThe gamesThe games gameeThe
The third and I think best reason Is Isthat Isthat isthat
that Washington and Brooklyn are the theonly theonl theonly
only onl Eastern cities represented In the thebig thebIg thebig
big leagues loogu < t5 who arc not represented in inboth Inboth inboth
both leagues This gives them a point of ofsimilarity orslmUartt ofstiullarity
similarity slmUartt which is a sufficient reason In InItself InItselt inItself
Itself for their being matched for five fivegames fivegames ve vegames
games at the close of the regular sched schedule schedulo achedtile ¬
tile even If their relative standing in tholr tholrrespective thoirrespective
respective r6Specttvo leagues were not so nearly nearlythe nearlYthe nearlythe
the same sameThe samoThe sameThe
The fourth Is that the fans and play players pla platlrs playera ¬
ers too would probably take an interest interestin interestin
in such a a series If arranged A FAN
EXMAGNATE FOR CONGRESS CONGRESSThomas CONGRESSThomas CONGRESSThomas
Thomas L Reilly Is Nominated in inConnecticut inConneoticut inConnecticut
Connecticut Di9trict DistrictFormer Di9trictFormer Di9trictFormer
Former Eastern League Len ue Manager ManagerMay Jlnnagertln ManagerNay
May tln Succeed John K I Tener as asDiuieliall DIIDnllehnll asBaseball
Baseball Statesman StatesmanDespite StnteltmnnDespite StatesmanDespite
Despite the fact that Representative RepresentativeJohn RepresentativeJoh RepresentativeJohfl
John Joh K Toner has retired to enter Penn Pennsylvania Penni Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania i lanlft State politics the coming session sessionof sessIonof sessionof
of Congress Con ess may have a a baseball repre representative repres representatlve ¬
sentative s fttatlve in the House Representative RepresentativeTetier RepreBentativeTener RepresentativeTener
Tener was an exbaseball exbn ehftll pitcher and a apossible apoulblo apossible
possible successor as a baseball states statesman stat68man statesnian ¬
man is Thomas L Reilly of Merlden MerldenConn MerldenConn MeridenConn
Conn an exmagnate exmagnateMr cxmagnateIr exmagnateMr
Mr Ir Reilly who has been mayor m or of ofMeriden otlIerlden ofMeriden
Meriden for six years was ruminated ruminatedlast omln8tedJast umlnatedlast
last week by the Democrats of f the Sec Second Second Second ¬
ond district of Connecticut to fill the theplace theplaee theplace
place made vacant by b the retirement of ofN otN olN
N D Sperry SperryProm SperryFrom SperryFrom
From 1S85 1 up to lOOt Mr Reilly was wasidentified wasidentified wasidentified
identified with the affairs of the Connecti Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut ¬
cut and Eastern leagues Connie Mack Macknow Macknow Macknow
now manager of the Athletics played on onRoillys onReillys
Roillys team te m years ago in Merlden and andmany andmany andmany
many big league stars have been brought broughtout broughtout broughtout
out by b thft th baseball candidate for Con Congress Congress Congross ¬
gress Mr Reilly tells with
some pride prideof prideof i ipicking
of picking up Fred Parent now with wit the theWhite theWhite i iWltte
White Sox for his pennantwinning team teamin teamNew L LIn
in New Haven Conn In ISM Fred Free vas vasbrought casbrought as asbrought
brought from Sanford in the woods of ofMaine otMaIne olMaine
Maine and signed with New Haven for forli torUI fora
UI li a week weekEd weekEd
Ed Walsh and Jack Barrel Barr a both of ofMerlden ol
Meriden wero started on their big league leaguecareers leaguecareers leaguecareers
careers through Mr Reilly who had hadwatched hadwAtched haiatched
watched atched them develop developAfter devclopAfter developAfter
After the death of Tom Burns In In18O ir I IReilly
1902 18O Reilly Relll took charge of the Jersey City Cit CittEam
tEam of the Eastern League during its itsfirst Itsfirst itt I Ifirst
first season and landed the Skeeters Skeetersin
in second place Ho was sunarvisnr of I
umpires ror for years ears in the
League and that experience
men say Sft ought to entitle him to
anything ho wants wantsMr wantsMr wantsMr
Mr Reilly gave up one national
for Its rival the political game in 1DM 1DMHe 1104He 1304He
He has been active in politics in n Con Connecticut Connoctlcut Connecticut
necticut since and was vas thrice elected electedmayor olectedmaor electedmayor
mayor of his homo town townI townGONZAGA townGONZAGA
I GONZAGA PREPS IN GAME GAMEXortli GAMEXOlth GANEorth
Xortli orth Capitol Street Lads
Tie with withWaverley withVnerey I IWaverley
Waverley A C CTrie CThe CTe
The Te Gorzaga AllPrep football
had a redhot scrimmage against
Wavorly rgvorly A a C yesterday 36sterda afternoon aiternoon
After forty tort minutpa mlnut 8 of play neither aide aidewag sidea t twas
wag a able to score Landreau and Brady Brad Bradpla Bradplayed
played pla ec1 the best game for the Preps PrepsOonzaga Prepsnonzagn Prepsonzaga
Oonzaga onzaga up to date has shown
con considerable oonsldcrable conaiderable ¬
siderable class and Capt OReilly Is Isconfident Isconfident it I IconfIdent
confident that I the squad will be in fine I
trim when wh n the regular schedule starts starts
With Triplett last years oors star punter punterI
I back in the game the team will pre pref pret preaformidablo
f t a formidable a fr frnt frntManager nt ntManager ntolanager
Manager ODay thinks his men will willmake willmRke I Imake
make a good showing this 3ear
year yea con considering oonslderlng ¬
sidering the hard schedule he has thus thutfar
far arranged arrangedFntST arrangedFIRST arrangedFIRST
FIRST FOOTBALL ACCIDENT ACCIDENTDickinson ACOIDENTDleldnfion ACCIDENTDickinson
Dickinson Guard Fractures Shonlcler SboulIerPenu Shonl ShoulbrPenn
cler IerPenu Penn Wins Game GamePhiladelphia Gnm GnmPhiladelphia GamePhiladelphia
Philadelphia Sept 28 28Penn S Penn defeated I
Dickinson today IS to 0 The Red and an I
Blue Bind showed better bett r form than
they did didagainst didag dic i iagainst
against ag lnst Urslnus last week but at that t
the play pia was far from being what It Itshould Itshould Ii t
should Dickinson was weak on the of ¬
fense and ane Penns tackling was pretty prettygood prettygood r rgood
good goodPaul goodPaul goodPaul
Paul Brown the left guard of the th
Dickinson DIckInson team was Injured In the first firstpart t tpart
part of the game and was taken to the tlt
hosnltnl hO pltal with with n a franfiiro nf fha 110ft
shoulder shoulderolu shoulderBehemian
j jBohemian
Bohemian olu mlnn Tenm Challenges ChallengesThe ChallengesThe lI lIThe
The Bohemian football eleven would woulilike
like to arrange games with teams
aver averaging averagtn5 averagfng ¬
aging 125 1 to ISO pounds Address A < 1dresB Capt CaptHarry
Harry Weeks Veek 425 42 New Jersey avenue avenuesoutheast avenuesoutheast avenu avenusoutheast
southeast southeastProbably southeastProbabl3 southeastProbably
Probably the tiniest tribe in the thework theworkis world worldIs i iIs
Is the dwarf of the Atlas Mountains of ofMorocco otMorocco 0 0Morocco
Morocco who are between three and am I
four feet In height j
BARHICELLO JOINS SQUAD SQUADGeorKetbwna SQUADGeorgeton SQUAThGeorgetOwns
GeorKetbwna Crack End of Lad LadSellJlion LastSeason LantSeason
Season Reports ReportxThe n ReportsThe porb porbTho
The Georgetown football squad was wasgreatly wasgreatly wasgreatly
greatly strengthened yesterday yesterda afternoon afternoonby atternoonby afternoonby
by the arrival of Barrlcello a regular regularend regularend regularend
end of last season who played a con consistent consistent consistent ¬
sistent game for the Blue and Gray in inthis Inthis inthis
this position During the summer Barrl Barrlcello BarrlccHo Barncello
cello has put on fifteen pounds and now nowweighs nowweighs nowweighs
weighs 1S5 pounds Notwithstanding the thefact thettLCt thefact
fact he is fast on his feet and In excel excellent excellent excellent ¬
lent condition conditionCoach conditIonCoach conditionCoach
Coach Neilson is sUll following the thesame thesame thesame
same Une of dally scrimmaging stacking stackingthe stacking stackingthe stackingthe
the scrubs against the varsity Although Althoughthe Althoughthe Althoughthe
the second team make It pretty hard for forthe torthe forthe
the varsity arslt at times still they are never neverable nevorable neverable
able to gain consistently consistentlyOn conlIstentlOn consistentlyOn
On the other hand uin < l the the good offensive offensivework ottcnslvework offensivework
work of the regulars has earned them themtwo themtwo themtwo
two or three goals daily lan p and ane Dunn and andFurry andFurn andFurry
Furry as usual were the men to put the theball theball theball
ball over overLamberton overLamberton overLamberton
Lamberton who has been on the sick sicklist stcklist stolelist
list for several days wns out again againplaying againpla againplaying
playing pla lng full for the varsity and distln distlngui dlstlngullng distinguisjilng
gui gullng hlng himself by byacoring scoring a touchdown touchdownIn
In the scrimmage scrimmageA
A came with Gallaudet for Satur S turda
is possible possiblePROMISE possiblePROMISE
PROMISE GOOD SPORT SPORTMarlboro SPORTMallhoro SPORTMarlboro I I
Marlboro Meet Ieet Attracting AttractingMany AttractingIany Attractirt AttractirtMany
Many Excellent Eiders EidersGEORGE RidersGEORG ltiTC1SGEORGE
GEORGE GROSS TO COMPETE COMPETEonnnBter COMPETE1onn COMPETIYoungster
1onn Youngster onnnBter lIter Who ho Wn Was nil One of the theMont thmi thmiMost
Mont 10111 Successful Jocloe In
Jockey Cunnclu CunncluThlj CunntlnThiN ii iiT1m15
ThiN Season Will HI Try Tr III Ills Luck LuckHere IuckIIereUnn C CHereMarty
Here IIereUnn HereMarty Mnny Canadian Stables to toBe toDe t S SBe
Be Represented In Meet Meet3lsal MeetSpeal eet eetS
3lsal S l to The Wukingtea Herald IlenMMarlboro HeraldMarlboro erald eraldMarlboro
Marlboro Sept 2S 2SThere There will be no n 0
dearth of good riders at a the Inaugural Inaugnralmeeting Inauguralmeotlng 1 1meeting
meeting of tho Marlboro Racing Associa Association Association Association ¬
tion which begins b gins on October 4 and con continues continuos continucs ¬
tinues for ten days Many who are now nowriding nowridinG no V Vriding
riding on the Canadian tracks will come cometo corn e eto
to Marlboro George Gross who Is one oneof oneot on e eof
of the most successful succo sful riders In Canada Canadathis Canadathis Canad a athis
this season will be here Frank Upton Uptonwho Uptonwho I II
who has been riding all summer will willcome willcome wt wtcome I
come along with the stable of Joe Jones L
Dlrnondo a boy 00 who has an apprentice apprenticeallowance apprenticeallowance e eallowance
allowance will come to Marlboro a a afree atree afree
free lance This lad was one 0fl of the finds findson tlooson find a aon
on tho Canadian tracks and should do dogood doGood d 0 0good
good work at the meeting meetingWillie meetingWIIUe meetingViItle
Willie Dunn who Is a Baltimore lad ladand ladand In 43 43anti
and under contract to Carter Hall will willcome wlUcome wi 11 11come
come over with that stable from Toron Toronto Toronto I Ito ¬
< to arriving the latter end of ths th week weekHenry weekHenry C CHenry
Henry McDanlels who does the training trainingfor trwntngtor trainin g gfor
for the stable of R L Thomas will sond sondthree sondthree son a athree
three horses to Marlboro and along with withthem withthorn wit it itthorn
thorn will come tho apprentice boy Ern Ernie ErnIe I Iie ¬
ie Hawes Ha es who has been doing the thelightweight theJlghtwolght th 0 0lightweight
lightweight riding for this stable since sincetile sincetile sine e eUie
tile Fort rort Erie meeting meetingJockey meetlnlJocke meetingJockey
Jockey Jocke Cole for whose contract J W WSchorr WSchorr W
Schorr paid 1500 15 at the Hamilton meet meetIng meetInG mccling WL L
Ing will come to Marlboro to ride the theSchorr theSchorr Ui ie
Schorr horses which will be trained by byCarter byCarter b iey y
Carter Hall at this meeting The Schorr Schorrstable Schorrstable Sohot Sohotstable r
stable will include the useful colt Paul PaulDavis PaulDals Pa PaDavis
Davis who is now no a strapping three threeyearold three6arold threiyearold
yearold 6arold and Sllverln a handy hand mare A Acarload Acarload Acarload
carload of Jumpers arrived today from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Penn Hunts Enthusiastic turf fol followers followers oh ohlowers ¬
lowers of this city cft predict a most successful sueCeMtul sue aucceseful ¬
cessful meeting and a revival of the thememorable thememomble thememorable
memorable days when Bonnlng saw the thegreatest thegreatest thegreatest
greatest crowds and most wonderful wonderfulhorseflesh wondertulhorsetlcah wonderfulhorseflesh
horseflesh horsefleshFRATERNAL horsetlcahI horsefleshFRATERNAL
I FRATERNAL NEWS NEWSNational NEWSNational I INational
National Lecturer Lectur r Thomas H Duffy Dutr of otDubuquc ofDubuque i iDubuque
Dubuque Iowa was the guest of George Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown I
town Camp No 12500 Modern Woodmen Woodmenof
I
of America at an open meeting at Po Potomac Potomac P0tomac ¬
tomac Bank Building last night nightMr nightMr nightMr
Mr Duffy made an excellent address addresson
on Woodcraft He told of the great greatprogress greatprogress greatprogress
progress of the order and also described describedthe describedthe i ithe
the work being done at the sanitorlum of ofthe i ithe
the order at Colorado Springs Col He Hesaid Hesaid liesaid I
said although the order was young young in inthis inthis I IthIs
this part of the country countr he was glad to tosee tosee tosee
see it getting the good start that it has hasin hasIn hasin
in the District of Columbia ColumbiaMany ColumbIaMany ColumbiaMany
Many promlnen local officials and mem members members mcmiihers
bers made short addressee and a social socialsession socialsosalon socialsession
session with mucis and dancing closed closedtho closedtho closedthe
tho festivities i
Friendship Temple T TempleNo l1lple No No9 9 Pythian Sis Sisters Sisters Sistors
ters last night made mad arrangements for aghost a aghost
ghost social to be held on Halloweennight Halloweennight
night Mrs Claude W V Woodward vas vasappointed ias iasappointed
appointed chairman oi o the committee on onarrangements onarrangements onarrangements
arrangements arrangementsThe arrangementsThe arrangementsThe
The drill team of tht temple gave an anexhibition anexhibition armexhibition
exhibition drill before the members in inpreparation Inpreparatlon inpreparation
preparation for the ceremonies to be hold holdOctober heldOotober holdOctober
October 5 L when a largo number of candi candidates oandldates candidates ¬
dates will be initiated initiatedWashington InltlatodYnshlnston initiatedWashington
Washington Assembly Assembl No 51 Artisan ArtisanOrder ArtisanOrder I IOrder
Order of Mutual
Protection received an anofficial anofficial I Iofficial
official visit Isit from W F Bui of Phila Philadelphia Phllndelphla Philadolphin ¬
dolphin at Pjthlan Temple last night nightMr nIghtMr nightMr
Mr Bux made an Interesting address
on ontho onthu I Ithem
them work of the order in rls na district districtW districtYo districtW
W Yo F Rogers Nathan Williams and andWilliam QndWilliam i iWilliam
William Rink were taken Into full mem membership memberlhlp mentberahip ¬
bership In the order ord r After the Initia Initiation InItiation initiation ¬
tion the members memb rs held an informal Inform l recep ¬
tion In honor of their guest and refresh refreshments refrehments refreshments ¬
ments were served servedVally servet1Vally servedVally
Vally Forge Council No 51 Junior Or Order Order Order ¬
der United American Mechanics initiated initiatedone Initiatedone I Ione
one candidate at t Its regular meeting at al L
419 Tenth street last night
Arrange Arrangements ArrangeI Arrangemerits ¬
I I ments were made for an entertainment entertainmentand entertainmentand L Land
and special degree work to take place on onOctober onOctober or 1 1October
October 5 On this oqcasion the Arabian ArabianDegree ArabIanDegree I IDegree
Degree Klari will be b conferred on five fivecandidates flvtcandidates ve vecandidates
candidates candidatesThe J JThe 11The
The Independent Order of Bnai Brith Brithheard Brlthhenrd Brithheard
heard and address by b Col R L l Mon Montague Montague olon olontague ¬
tague at their regular r gulnr monthly month meeting meetingat
at Washington Hebrew eTmple last lastnight last lastnight lastnight
night The subject subJ t of the address was wasFraternity wasPraternlt wasFraternity
Fraternity Praternlt and his
audlenco was so sogratified sogratified I Igratified
gratified with his remarks that they in invited Invited invited ¬
vited him to make
another address
on onOctober onOctobar onOctober
October 26 26An l6An 6 6An
An AmericanTurkish railroad to start startat startat startat
at the shores of the Mediterranean and andto andto
to penetrate Asia Minor and Armenia A has hasbeen hasbeen I
been given the favor of thc Ottoman Ottomangovernment Ottomangovernment Ottomangovernment I
government and Is likely IIkel to be realized realizedIt
It will 111 be belXO 1300 miles long and will cost cost100COO000
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FINAL TOURNEY TOURNEYON TOURNEYON TOIIRIEYoI
ON oI OLD LINKS LINKSColumbia LINKSColumbia LINKSColumbia
Columbia Country COUl1h Club Golf GolfMatches GolfMatches GolIMatches
Matches Start StaitTday StaitTdayQUALIFYING Today Todayi TodayQUALIFYING T clay clayQUALIFYING
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QUALIFYING ROUND PAIRINGS PAIRINGSTjnnnunl PAIRINGSTJnUllunl PAIRINGSUnusual
Tjnnnunl Number umbcr of Entries Hooked Dookedtor Bookedfor Hookedfor
for Annual Full Event EentPuttluK EventPuttingGreens Putting PuttingGreen I
Green Uncertain Owing Oln to Dry DryWonther DryVentherTullrnnment DryWeaherToiirnnnient
Wonther VentherTullrnnment Tournament Will Vlll CloseWith CloseVltb Close Clonevith1
With Vltb Finals on Saturday SaturdayThe Sntnrdn SntnrdnThe SaturdayThe
The annual fall tournament of the theColumbia theColumbia theColumbia
Columbia Country Club which begins beginstoday beginsto beginstoday
today to day on the links of o the thoolub olub has at ¬
tracted an unusual number of entries entriesThis entrlfSThis entriesThis
This will be the the last event of Its kind kindupon kindupon kindupon
upon the grounds which for or so many manyyears manyyears
years enrs have been occupied by b the club clubInasmuch clubInasmuch clubinasmuch
Inasmuch as it is expocted that the new newproperty newproperty newproperty
property In Connecticut avenue extended extendednorth extendednorth xtendednorth
north of Chevy Chase will be occupied occupiedbefore occupiedbefore occupiedbefore
before the first of the year yearThe yearThe enr enrTho
The continued drought drouJhthns has had Its effect effectupon etCeetupon effectupon
upon the fair fair greens eens and the putting puttinggreens puttinggreen3 puttinggreens
greens but the course Is nevertheless In Ingood Ingood ingood
good condition It Is very fast and the thelow thelow thelow
low score of the eighteen holes qualifying qualifyinground qualifyInground qualifyinground
round ought to equal any precious record recordThe recordThe recordThe
The only onl handicap to good scoring Is the thefact thefaet thefact
fact that the putting greens are uncer uncertain uncertain uncertaint ¬
tain After the qualifying round this thismorning thu thumorning j
morning the first match round for the thefour thefour thefour
four sixteens will be played pla ed Match play playwill plilYwill playwill
will continue tomorrow and on Satur Saturday Saturda Saturday
day da tho finals
will
be thirtyslxhole con contests contoots contests
tests The prizes which have been se selected seheeled ¬
lected for the victors In the respective respectiveslxteons respectiveslxteons respectivesixteons
slxteons are unusually unuIJual handsome handsomeAt handsomcL handsomcLAt
At the clubhouse last night the pairings pairingsfor paIrIngsfor painlngmfor
for the qualifying quaJlt lng round ware announced announcedfts
fts follows followsH followswt
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Dudle Archdale had one sharp ahar clash In Intheir Intheir intheir
their race today but the real thing
turned up when the 2 210 eo G trotters came cameout cameout cameout
out the race going to Startle that was wasnowhere wasnowhere wasnowhere
nowhere in the betting The summaries summarIesIt summariesdais
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ARMY AND NAVY NAVYArmy NAVYArmr NAVYArmy
Army Orders OrdersFirst OrecrlFirst OrdersFirst
First Lieut WILLIAM P 1 LAMB LA m Medfcal Iedl l RCTOTTU 8
Corns C b hoflOrtWjr hoft rahir discharged from the smieo smieoef sarieoof sersiesof
of the Uait Umtll Staten StatenLeare statML UU UULeave
Leave L TC of ateeacc a for or three mo months tltl to take effect
November XOfem r 1 WX 910 > with permission to g 19 beyond tOOd
the sea < wa is granted Maj Mu Jaj WILLIAM WILLIA C BROWN
Third Thin Carnlry CarnlryThe CuaJryThe CaralryThe
The lease 1l1T of abstsec a eC granted First Lletit SHELBY SH L l
a C LEASUKE Signal Corp is extended fifteen lifteentoate
darn darnLeave daflLeave
Leave of alwenea a for two months is granted First rst
Ltwt LIui ROBERT O KRT M NOLAN First CAYalry alry
Lea Len Leave TO of ntwtrivee al Me for two month is granted Capt
JOSEPH H GRIFFITHS GItIFFIT 8 Ulehth Infantry
First Lieut EDWIN L I COX < OX Elcrenth Cavalry
is relieved from duty at the recruit depot Fort
SVocuin 8iocii Dad will Join his regiment regimentCapt ns1mentCapt regirneriLCapt
Capt EDGAR A MACKLIN United States St tt army armrretired armTretired armyreIred
retired te data duIJed lied as s profwsor of military science scienceand scienceand
and tactic taetl at Ouachita College Arkadclphla rkadrlphl rkadrlphlrk
I Ark ArkThe ArkThe rk rkI
The leave of abwnce granted First Lieut DUNCAN
I BLLIOTT Eighth Cavalry atllJo is extended two twonwwtht twomoetha twotaeeths
nwwtht and t ten n days from December Dt < < mber 1 1910
Naval Orders OrdersThe OrlersTIle OrdersThe
The Mknvlng order have bu bc been n issued issuedCunt IssurdCapt IssuedCapt
Cunt Capt F M ir r BBNNETT RXXETT commissioned a captain l1tain In Inthe Inthe inthe
the navy f frem m September 8cptemll < < 22 1 1910 1910Commander 1910CommAndtr 1910Commander
Commander W V 0 MILLER detached duty u In Inspector Insr Inencfer ¬
spector sr ctflr of the Eighteenth Lighthmuo Ilght District
San Francisco Cal at to duty on Asiatic station
i Commander L A KAISER RAISE commissioned a com commander commarullr cornmaniler ¬
mander In th the > navy from rein September 22 Z 1910
Lieut Commander W W A MOFFETT detached
i dais < tilt Maryland to duty as Inspector of the
Eighteenth Lighthouse District San Francisco
Cal CalLieut C CIlent CsiLient
Lieut Commander C J LANO r XG detached duty
Natal Intelligence rntt1l1rn Nary Xa Department WaMiing
ton D C C to duty MarjJand a M executive offlcer
j Lieut Commander R EARLB to duty Naral Nanleadem
Academy eadem Anno Annapolis polls Md MdLieut MdUnit Jd JdLlmt
Unit C E K COURTNEY COU T > El detached tach d duty Nebraska brukl
to duty BarMH D rMIl of II Steam Engineering Nary De DejMrtment Deltartmtnt
jMrtment Wa WalldDCttm hlnct < m D C CUnit i
Lieut R McCANDLESS detached duty Louisiana Loullanato
to home h8m and trait orders ordersCnj orneillCnpt ordersCapt
Cnj Cnpt t Ilnlnn lInin ham lo < o Go GoPresided GoPreslderL GoPresiderL I
Presided Taft will proba probaI probalgj recom recommend recommend recoinmend ¬
mend to the next session of Congress the theenactment theenactment theenactment
enactment of legislation that will per permit permit permit ¬
mit the dismissal of Capt Peter CHains C CHains Chams
Hains from tho army for the killing of ofWilliam ofWilliam ofWilliam
William E Annis The law governing
such cases ca < es Is
so complicated that an anamendment anmendment anamendment
amendment Is considered necessary nece gary
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1S71 1 1 second secc cl base Baltimore Ba IUmore 1S7S73 1Il3HartJortl ISI3Tartfonil
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cinnati Nationals 18777 8 Providence Pro1de C
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bany 1SSO batted 314 In 17 17PINCKNEY 171 171PINCINE1 U7PINCKNEY
PINCKNEY G BSecond baseman basemanthird b basemanthird eman emanthIrd
third baseman Peoria P rta 188384 1 Chicago Chlea o
Unions 1SS4 Cleveland Nationals 1SR1 ISIIooklyn 11Brooklyn
Brooklyn American Association ISft i
3337 57 1 Brooklyn American Association I
1SSSS9 Brooklyn Nationals 180091 Stt SttLouis St L IL
Louis Nationals ISC l Louisville Nation Nationale Nationale
ale IJfflS 1S qJ > batted 335 31 3 in 1SS7 1 and 309 l la L a
1S89 played pla ed in the world series of 1S99 1S99and lSSland 1 S Sned
and ISO ISOChicago 1SOPINInIAfl 1503 1503FJIKHAM
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Nation Nationals XaUonalso I Ials ¬
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phia Nationals iy050607 1l1 DG607 pitched 3 two twohit twohit twohit
hit games and 1 threehit game in 18J6 18J6PLANK 1905PLANK 1006PLANK
PLANK EDWARD S SPltcher Pitcher left let t
handed Philadelphia Americans A 1H01
OMSWOa0607080010 0 C > > t50007OS 10 pitched a onehit onehitgame onehItgame onehitgame
game In 1901 and 3 threehit games and andwon ftndwon andwon
won 2 2 10innlng games and 1 13InnIng 13InnIngsame 13lnnlngame 13lnninggame
same ame against Boston played pla d In n the theworld theworld tImeworld
world series of 190i hit X batsmen In In191V
1906 and was taken out 7 times tlm 8 pitched
2 twohit games nnd 2 threehit games gamesfourth gamesin Rms Rmsin
in 1005 rltched pitched through the first and
fourth of 0 world series of 1905 1S winning
fourth fourthPOLHEMUS fourthPOIHEMlS fourthPOLHEMIS
POLHEMUS T TOutfiolder Outfielder Indianapolis
Nationals 1 1POlD 17 17POND 57 57POND
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ternational ISTi ISTiPOND 1Si1 1Si1POND 1871POND
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190203 Brooklyn Nationals 1004 for W Wpames 24Rmes 54games
games Rmes ranking sixth Providence
Champions 1905C6 for 21 game Tren Trenton Trentn Trenton ¬
ton 1007 for or 23 games winning 17
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pitcher Jersey City 1870 Buffalo Na Nationals Natlonal Nationals ¬
tionals 1SSO 1 O Toledo 1SS3 Toledo Arn Miser r ¬
lean Association A otlltlon 1SS4 1s t Boston Nation Nationals Natl6nalp Nationnls ¬
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ciation cIa tlon 1SS78S batted 31C in 1SS7 1SS7POPP 18S7I 1857POPP
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I 1002 1902PORTSR 1002i 1002PORTER
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Unions Tn Ions 1SS1 Brooklyn American Asso Association Association Association ¬
ciation 1585S5 l 5S6 Kansas City American
Association 1SSS pitched a nohit game
Kansas City vs Baltimore June 6 1SSS 1SSSPOSTAL 1SS1POSTAL 1855POSTAL
POSTAL FREDPresident Washington
Americans 190102 10010203 10010203POTTER 19O1O2O3POTTER 03 03POTTER
POTTER JAMKSPresIdent JAM lSPr ealdent Philadelphia
Nationals 1903W 1903WPOWELL 10031POWELL 130341POWELL
POWELL ABNER ABNEROutfiolder Outfielder Peoria
1SS304 National Unions 1SS4 1SS4POWELL lSStPOWELT 1884POWELL
POWELL JOHN P PPitcher Pitcher Cleveland
Nationals 1S079S St Louis Nationals I
1S99190001 St Louis Americans 190203 1902
Chicago Americans IMS New York
Americans Amc > ritans 1901 St Louis Americans
19J50607OS0910 pitched a twohit game
In 1904 and one threehit game and
won one 10innlng lolnnln and one 11inning
game won a 15innlng game In 1901
against Cleveland 3 to 2 i
POWELL MARTIN J JFlrst First baseman
Lowell 1S7S Holyoke Holo 1S79 1S Nationals Nationalsof
of Washington 1S88 Detroit D trolt Nationals
1SS1S2S3 Virginia American Assocla AssoclaI Association
I tion 1SS4 Cincinnati Unions 1SS4 lSS Ath ¬
letics American Am lean Association ASAO < < IA tJon 1SS5 1 1S 5 bat ¬
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POWELL WILLIAM DPitcher PIUs
burg Nationals 100010 1 190016POWERS < OO1 OO1POWERS
POWERS Dr MAURICE RCatcher
Louisville Nationals 1S8S9S 1 Washing ¬
ton Nationals 1S 1 19 Indianapolis Amer ¬
Jeans 1900 Philadelphia Americans
l 11Ol 1O203Ol4O67OS6 03 St 4ttOS ff0S < < Caught the
third fourth and fifth games in the theworld theworld theworld
world series of 180R l0O played in ft games
in 1906 190 died in 1909 M9 anniversary of his
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the city el at S p m and A when h he h organ organized on onle organzed ¬
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the best place to be born brn if you OU want to tostand tostand tostand
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