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Laurel 1aur l Fair Proves Pr ves to Be e a aGrand aGrand
Grand Success SuccessDR SU cess cessDR
Vnahlnffion n btngton Haraea Do Do Not Prove Provetliut ProvetJULtTJacy ProvethiLt
tliut tJULtTJacy They Are Up to the lie Standard StandardIn
In the Fait Weelr Wee1t1 Veelcukeords Ileoords eordM Are AreIjowereil Arej Areiyercd
j Ijowereil nTcrcti One After dler Another AnotberD Anotherfled AnotherfledJr Bed BedSvoiithj tl tlO
Svoiithj O ht Jrf Jr the Champion ChampionBy ChampionBy
We are now on the laat l t lap of a glorl glorious glorlJus ¬
ous Jus reason of o sports sportsIn sportsIn pOrtBS pOrtBIlL S
In the tb light harness world tho events eventshav evontsha
hay ha bean of ot urtequated ul qualed Importance ImportanceWorlds 1mportanc8WorldS importancaVor1d
Worlds Vor1d records s have fallen one UG by one oneOne onoItil
niL eking t the a Uno line and tho th end Is not yet yelOne
One of the Important features of the theyear thefat thear
year fat ar is i the th interest Intor 6t taken In agricultural agriculturalfairs agrloulturalta
fairs ta alii5 r5 This Interest promises proml 6i to grow growhnd growfind growand
find the tn time is 3 not far distant when whenovery whenOH whenevery
every county In n every State In the Union Unionwill UnionwflI
will 111 haw Its agricultural society and andl
give l tvG exhibits In counties where the pop popnltlon popuation populatlon
nltlon Is sparse spars contiguous qont1gu u counties will willjota wllljoin will3eiri
join haads hands1 as In the th case of the tour fourcounties tourQOuntIes tourcounties
counties fair at Laurel LaurelAnd LaurelS
And speaking of the th Laurel Laur fair no noone noORt noone
one ORt not oven Its It ineorporators Incrpratol dreamed dreamedthat dremd dremdt dreamedthat
that t at it would woul be such a grand succe sc
lnncaUy financially and an otherwise otherwIse as a It I proved provedto provodt provedto
to t be and ad perhaps perhap perhape4 it may prove prve the theeotuMon th thButo theeoluMon
eotuMon Buto to the suocesg U Q of other othlr counties countiessimilarly caunt eountleilmftarly
similarly smialy Inclined Jnclned The he suou success of a 0 fair fairmainly fairman fairmainly
mainly man depends depnds on its It management managamont It Ithas Ithas
has 118 been b en proven prv n that a 8 narrow naklW policy policywill poIoy poIoywl polloywilt
will wl not win success sucess The menvwho me men who fur furnish turDish furnsb ¬
Dish the material materl for fairs farbore falrshorsea horses agri agricultural asl asloutua agrloultural ¬
cultural outua products podut machinery machlnoI and ad nil the theother te teothe theother
other things which to the
othe go making maIng of ofan otan ofan
an exposition 6JIUonult uxpoeltlonexpeet expect and ad have the right rightto rightto rightto
to demand most mot liberal lberal treatment treatmentThis tretent
This Thl they Out do hot got In too many In InBianeee Instaes InEtftThO
staes Bianeee and an hence wo s s eec e In too to many manycases manycse manycases
cases cse shabby exhibits exhibit poor Pr racing and L
disappointments dlalplntents on the part rt of the pub publie pubJe publie
lie are Je who sustained sustainedThe sustaInedTbe furnish turn Ih the means by which fairs fairsare rars rarsare fairsare
S 0 0The
The Laurel Lurel four county Qunt fair promises promisesto promise promiseeto
to t be a 8 fixture fxture beeause beeusU beeausalt lt has haI a secretary secretaryivho seret seeretnrywho
who wh has ha ha a true tre regard regad for fo fo horsemen horsemenwho horemen horemenWM horsemenwho
who knows kawR kow how hw to treat teat them thorn1 and who whoJteeps whokeep whokeeps
keeps keep faith faih with wih them the It I costs cosu a 0 secre secretory secretar3 lcre lcret ¬
tory not one red cant to be
t cat polite pOJe and andobliging andoblglng aridobliging
obliging oblglng to look after afer the wants want of ofhorsemen ofhorsomen
horsemen and fnd exhibitors odtblors and to see that thatwhen that thatwfn thatwhen
when wfn they have h8o honeatly hon ty won what Is Isdue Isdue Isdue
due them they are promptly prompt paid Pid not notin notIn notIn
in checks cheks which they are ae compelled compele to torun torn torun
run rn around arund among strangers stanger in order to tobe tobe
be identified Identifo and got cashed cashedToo cashedToo cashedToo
Too many fair managers pray pr for rain rainwhen rainwhen
nn nnwhen
when the attendance Dtmdance is not up to what whatthey whatthe whatthey
they the think tInk it ought to be be in order ore that thatthey tat tatth thatthey
they th may avoid avoi paying pying the purses pure hung hungup hungup hun hunup
up up They The fail fal to take Into consideration considerationthat consideraton consideratonthat considerationthat
that a tergtt 1g ftrge number of horsemen travel travellong tnw travelOng l llong
long Ong distances dhtoes to keep their ter entries good goodand g6 goodand
and a at the te present pr ant high rates mUa of trans transportation tam tamprtaUon tran tranportatlon ¬
portation prtaUon it I costs cost a good god deal del of money moneyto mon monto
to travel trvel by b rail railThere raiLhee railThere
There hee are a lot of scurvy sur tricks of ofwhich orwhlh olwhiCh
whlh which fair tll managers mnages are guilty giy and there thereis thereIs therEIs
is general complaint cmplant made mde by horsemen horsemenover hosolon hosolonoye hosamenover
over oye the manner mnne In which whih they are aretreated areteated ar artreated
treated treatedThe teated treatedThe
The transportation trlprtton companies emple of the theUnited theUnie thEljnlted
United Unie States State seam se to think tink horsemen horen are arerich Ira Iraric arcrich
rich ric plucking in fact wore born br to be beplucked bepue bcplucked
plucked pue They not 1ot only onl charge ohlrge them t the thehighest theh1tbt thchighest
h1tbt highest rates rt possible psible but in many man case casethey o oas I Ithey
they the give them the most miserable kind kindof kIndot I Iof
of service service They sidetrack at will wU car carleads carloads carleads
leads of valuable horses horse and leave them themthere themthrt I Ithere
there thrt for an indefinite Indefnie period perIod and also alsohandle all aIsEhandle
handle hanle them tem so roughly that in some somecases somecE6 somccases
cases cE6 anlmajs anlmas worth wort thousand of dollar dollarhave dolar I Ihave
have been ruined rine for fr life Ufe Such instances instanceshave Instanc I Ihave
have recently oetfurred urre right rght in 1118 1118lmnl tihls tihlsvicinity iIs iIsviclntty
vicinity lmnl and a suits suts are now pending pendingagainst pendingaglnit pendlntagainst
against aglnit offending ofondlng railway raIway companies companiesThere cmpla companleaThere
The There Is i much muc room for reform all along alon alonthe alonithece
these the lines linesWashington Une UneuRlngon a S SVahLngton
Washington uRlngon horses during the past pastweek Pst Pstwoek pastweek
week have not fared tare aa a well w 1 as a one onewould onew omwould
w would uld wish wlh Most of them to havo been beenjust beenjut beerJuat
jut just fast enough eough to lose loe > first frst money moneyCountry moneyCont moneyCountry
Country Cont Boy By wag wa again agin behind beInd the breast breastworks bret bretwek breastwerka ¬
works wek at Frederick IreJk redrkk on Thursday Thuray and andKushan ad adJushn am amKushan
Kushan and Dr Chase Ch
Jushn An at Leonardtown Leonardtownwere Lenardtown Lenardtownwere Leonardtowrwere
were defeated by that rare good trotter trotterBedworth toter toterB trotterBedworth
Bedworth B worth Jr No one believed lhtve g here her or orelsewhere orelsewhere orelsewhere
elsewhere elsewhere that tht the bay by son In on of Bedworth Bedworthwa Dlworth Dlworthw Bedwortirwas
w was wa equal eul to beating btng our own Dr Chase Chasewhatever C Cbaeewhateysr e ewhtel
whatever whtel might mlrk be b his hi disposition clton of ofKuahan ofXuban ofKuhan
Kuahan who wh h ha had d an a ailing leg before beforehe batorolle btoroho
he started startedKttehan startedKuehan
Kttehan Xuhan at Leoaardtown Lofrdtow was extra extraGood eta etao extragood
Good o on Monday and a Harry Hlr Corbin Corbindrove Crin Crindrove Corbindrove
drove him most mOlt skillfully skltly He won the thesecond tbesoond thesecond
second soond ht and seemed 8 me to be getting IotUnl gotUn gotUnbetter
better each heat when darkness came
ana me race re had nan to b oe carried crried over to tothe tothe
the next net day After that he had no nochance noctfnC8 nochance
ctfnC8 chance against aSIJt the th local lal stallion staUln as a hie hieailing bleailing
ailing aUnl leg was Y a1e too t painful pInul to stand stan the theimpact theimpct theImpact
impact impct of or the hard har track trackAs trl trackAs
As for Russell RueU G he never novO dW di have a ashow aMOW aakow
show to win in anything Aytbng but third thir monl moneyand money moneyand
and an it I now looks lob that tht he must mul have a along aIo along
long Io letup letu before ho will wf be h worth much muchas muchas
as a 8 racing rcing tool toolWhat tol tolWha 2 S SWhat
What Wha happened happene to t Dr Chase Che on Wed Wednesday WidDea Wedneeday ¬
nesday Dea that he made such a 0 poor pr show showing shw shwSn showleg ¬
leg Sn no one seems ms to t be able to explain explaincertain exp1fn exp1fncertn explaincertain
certain certn it I is he was wa not the tle cnase cae ho hoshewed hoshwe besh
shwe sh shewed wed himnelf to b ba at Laurel Lurel the week weekprevious w86kprers weekjwevSom
previous prers when ho could cou1 more sora down with withthe wit withthe
the fastest 1tt pacers paer in the freeforall tre toral and andstemed andeeme andseemed
seemed eeme to tf be almost amost as a good goo as now At AtLeonardtown AtLenartwn AtLeonardthwn
Leonardtown Lenartwn Chase Chu seemed seme to have lost lostIB lostIs losthis
his IB Is trotting trottng form and ant was w dead did on his hisfeet histea hisrest
feet in each of the three heats
tea 4 tro heU trotted trottedand trotte trottedand
and a Wldmeler Vldmer could couk not revive rve him Try Tryas TryI
as I 1 ho did di and aD gamely gaely Chase C could culd not noteven notevn noteven
even evn reach the to sulky slky wheel whal of Bedworth Bwort
Jr and wa w was beaten beten on his merits meIt such suchas suh suhas suchas
as ho possessed possessedIf Pe
If Bedworth Beworh jr continues cntnu to be begood bego begood
good go he h is a horse to be r6koni reckoned with within withIn within
in future engagements enggemets and 8ud in addition additionhe additon additonhe additionhe
he is I a a most remarkable rearkable horse In the thematter th8mater themattor
matter mater of gamcnaes Sm n as a well wel as speed ipeo He Hetrotted Hetrtte Hetrotted
trotted trtte two heats heat on Monday Monda one of ofwhleh otwbo ofwhit
whit wbo he won wanthe onhe the first frstIn 1irtln in 236 2 over a ntrk atrack
track trk sixty Bxty yards over oor a 8 mile mie Kushan Kushanwon Iushanwo ICushanwoo
wo won the ascend send in 22eVz 2 2iS and was wa getting
better when whe darkness daknes felL On Tuesday Tueda TuedaBewrt
Bedworth Bewrt came cmo out better btter than thn ever and
KuRhan lusa very ver lame lme Bedworth Bcworth finished finishedup finishedup
up the race raoe in straight strIght heats hets tho first firstbeing frst
being beng In 2fS and the te second seond in 221 221pulled 1 1puled 114 114pulled
pulled puled up beating betng the th track record reor by byone byOlt byone
one Olt second secondOn aend aendOn secondOn
On Wednesday Wednoay Bedworth Jr defeated dafeate
Dr Chase in straight stight beau hMt the te time
bng being 2S 33fe S 33 and an 236 2 The result resultof roul resultof tme
of tho throedays racing mcng leaves leavs Bed Bedworth D fledworth d dworU
worth worU Jr the Ue undisputed champion chmpIon stal stl ¬
lion lon of Southern Maryland and also
leaves lea leay no doubt in the mind of any can cn ¬
did man m who saw 8 him hm perform that h is isa Isa isa
a sure sro 316 2 trotter toter when right and when whenraced whenraced h hrAe
raced rAe over a good go mil mie mile or halfmil halfmiltrack haltmi
track trackThe tk
tke S S S S SThe
The e man who o made mat Bedworth Jr the thehorse thE thehorse
horse br he h is IS this your y or ar is i Harry Hrr3 Bowling Bowlinga Bowln BowlnI Bow1in Bow1ina
a I Washington WtMiStp boy 11 w well ll 1 and an favorably t favorabl favorablknown vorll vorllkown
known kown at this Uta point pint Although Alhough in delL delkcats delLcat8h deli delicats
cats cat8h haajth heth t ho 10 trained tnned and conditioned1 conditioned1him condlUon8 eondlt1one eondlt1onehim
him forhl torh tofbls miles mU and drove roY him in all allof aUof allof
of his h races nos in It MM 11 With VIU good g1 h tth tthand th thand than
and an possessed jSle of sufficient sufeet strength stro 1 Mr MrBowltag I
Bowftuff would ould rank
owlg rDk among some se of the
beet drivers rivera and a 3id trainers tralnni in the te United UnitedStates Unie UnitedStato
States Stt He le is an excellent oeaUent judge Jud of speed speedand spee speedand
and a poseesses pe8s the rare power pwer of rating 1tn a ahorse 0 ahorse
horse in hie hl miles and Is quick quik In taking takingadvantage tking tkingadvantage tkingadvantage
advantage of the th mistakes of his op opponents opponent opponeath ¬
ponents ponentsBedworth ponent poneathBediorth
Bedworth Bedwort Jr Tr had a 0 heavy he season sespn in inthe Inthe inthe
the stud tud and this th1 makes mak6 his recent recCt tri triumph triumph tn tnumph ¬
umph all al the th mdfe remarkable rmarkabte He Is Isthe Ispropert isthe
the property propert of Harry narr MJentS lLJong a a lead leadleg had3e fid
1 3e leg merchant mcr t of Leonardtown Leonadtown who is l I
also at lo o secretary ecrtnr of ot f the SL S Marya farya County
Racing Association AssociationS AssocIaton AssocIatonJ
a 4 S SS
J C Mott 1 tt of Washington who ylo raced racedRuasell racedRussell d dRUSel
Russell RUSel G Palm Cozine and The h Wol Wolverine WolverIne Wolverine ¬
verine at Leonardtown left lef this morjilng morjilngby mollng mollngby mOtPln mOtPlnby
by boat for some of the fairs talr in the te Vir Virginia Virglnla Virginia ¬
ginia tidewater tdewater country He will w1 strike strikein strikeIn striken
in I n first frst ot t Mathews Va Va will wu go gothence gohence
thence t tq Heathsville Heathsv1e and from from the last lastnamed lastnamed lastnamed
named point to Kimurnock Klmanock Va V and andhopes id idhopes andhopes
hopes to wind up at Hillsgrovo Hlegrove R I IW IV Iv
W V E Mlllec lor has hasnlso also taken his string stringto stringto
to t o the points named nam they consisting consistng of orAxIs ofAxle
Axis Bosky Bosk and Tuscarora fuscaora Mr Miller Millerwill 1IUer 1IUerwU MlUorwilt
will wU return ret rn home when the fairs falFs end The Thetowns Thetowns Theowns
towns t owns named named give three weelts of racing racingo racingNapoleon
0 0Napolen o S S SNapoleon
Napoleon Napolen Plunkett and aJd Mathew Myer Myerof Myel Myerof
of Washington Vashlngtn were jjn n evidence at atLeonardtown atLeonardt atLeonardtbwn
Leonardtown Leonardt wn during th tht the week with some somegood somegood somegood
good runners The string consisted of ofElaborate otElabrato ofElaborato
Elaborate Elabrato Qojdlo B Special p pciai lo License Lcnse and andAzure andAzuro i
Azuro Maid The gentfemen gent gentmen men named re returned returned ¬
turned to Washington Wnshlngoh with vlh their horses horseson horsoson horeoson
on Friday Frida morning morIng by boat Messrs MessrsPlunkett Messr MessrsPlunkett i
Plunkett and Myers yers won the good will wi of ofthe O c cthe
the t he people of st St Marys Mars during their ther visit visitby vISItby Iitt Iittb
by b their square dealing daRlng And nd willingness wllnge to toentertain t tentertan toentertain
entertain entertan the crowd which was especially especiallyl opeot ospeotlIyarge Uy Uytlrgo
l tlrgo Urge l arge on Wednesday W dn sday
J The way waythe the trotters troters have been tumbling tumblng I IInto
Into I nto tbj Uu t2 210 charmed Charm t circle since the theseason I
season eaonponed opened compels compls those who are areinterested are11ntorot6t arenterested
interested i to t sit iIt up and take tke notice noUce X Xto Up > I Ito
11ntorot6t to last week fortyssven forty e entered ctor d the th 210 210list I
list lst l ist and an possibly pOHlbI a a few more may be berounded berounde4 I
rounded up before the t e and of another anotherweek anotherweek
I week roundoq The season S6on on n h the other hand handhas handhas I
has been an exceedingly eeed ngl lean JMl one for forthreeyearold
i threeyearold threoarold t pacers pne fl Leftwich Lottwlc and andTwinkling ad adwlnkUng J
Twinkling Dan have boon about the only onlytwo oohtwo
two that thft have distinguished distnguished themselves themselvesand thomsehosand
and they have not shown much in Inthe Intheway < the theway
I way of extreme etrme speed spe Tho new hopples hopplesrule hopplesrule hopplesule
j Ij rule r ule if rigidly rJgldl enforced entorce will wil drive a a large iwgenumber lrKonumber
number of young pacers pacer out of bU business businessduring ln sl
during duIng the next two years ears earsWhen
1 1When
i S S S S
When E P 1 Hall Hal went we i over to Stony StonyPord Ston StonFord StonyFord
Ford Orange Ornge County N Y some three threeyears threeyears
years ago or or ° r more moreto to toand and d brought t back backwith backwith backwith
with him a 0 field feld of youngsters by b Austral Australlittle J stral strallte
little lte was thought of the venture by bylocal bylocal bylocal
local horsemen It I is true that Manu Manuolltt Manuola Manuoils
oils ola was wa at the time tme the most promising promisingthreeyearold promisingthreeycrold
threeyearold threeycrold pacer pae owned owno in this sec section se seelion ¬
lion lon but one swallow Invalow does doe not make a asummer 0 asummer
summer sumer and the te wise ones thought the thapurchases thepurchae thepurchases
purchases purchae were largely lately speculative speulatve As Asa A AI s sf
a f I I matter of fact they wore wereUp woreUp
Up to date dne however not a single singleyoungster Bingleyoungster singleyoungster
youngster brought brught to tho District DistrIt of Co Columbia Columbia Celumbla ¬
lumbia lumbia from Stony Stan Fprd FOrt FOrd has turned out outbadly outbaly outbadly
badly baly In fact 38 9 percent p porcant ce t of them have havemade havemade havemade
made good goo and tnd those thOe that are not racing racinggood racinggoo racinggood
good goo this year ar may ma do so s next noxt Nearly Nearlyall Nerly Nerlyal
all al of the young things purchased purchat8 by Mr MrHall MrHal MrHall
Hall Hal at the place plac named naed are in the te hands handsof handsof handsof
of others One of the best
otors very var b6t ra6 mares maresthat
that he parted pared with wih recently recety was the bay baymare baymaro baymare
mare Sweetheart Sweetheart owned owne by Will Wi Mc McHenry McHenry McHenry
Henry S S bjt went a stiff stt fiveheat fv ht race raceat rae raeat raceat
at Hagerswwn Hngern a 0 few days singe and a4 all allof A1
of her winning heats were around 214 214and 214anti U Uand
and 211 15 She would wo ld another year if ifwell J ICveIl
well wel veIl cared for easily Osly enter tho S10 list lIstS listAnd Jst Jstnd
j S S S S SAnd
And nd speaking speking of Mr r Halls HalI venture ventue of ofsorof atSO
sorof SO sOri 9 years ear aars ago the time tmo has ha htt about abut ar arrived ar arrived ¬
rived rtyQ when several evel Washingtonians Washlngtonlana if ifthey Itthey ifthey
they intend to stay Sty in the te game and ad ke keep keepup p pup pup
up with wit the te procession procGslon of fast ones one will willbo wi willho
bo compelled ompoled to go g to the sales slN rings rng or orlalsewher orelsewhere
elsewhere and bring home some Bme fresh freshyoung treh trehyoung freshyoung
young and fashionable blood llo The sea season se season ¬
son 8n just closed cosod has ha demonstrated deonstted that thatthe tat tatthe thatthe
the horses horso owned owed here that have been beenracing b beenracing
racing rcng this year Y8r will w not do to go with withvery withvry withvery
very vry far fal from the boundary bundar lines Ine of the theDistrict th thDltrlot theDistrict
District Dltrlot of Columbia Columblo It I IB I a painful painfulthing pinful pinfulthing painfulthing
thing to say and doubtless dubt6 painful pntul for forhorse forhorse forhorse
horse owners to road ro but such we is the thesolemn theslemn thesolemn
solemn slemn fact factWhen fact factWhen
When a horse hore owner owne finds fnds that he is h in inbad Inbd inbad
bad bd he will 11 save himself expense uPe and andmuch andmuch andmuch
much humiliation if ho unloads
humUlton unlos qulnkly qulnklyevn fulfkly fulfklyeV1n iiulnklyoven
oven eV1n if the unloading unlo unlos Ung ia at a substantial substantialloss ubtant ubstantiitl ubstantiitllose 1 1lO8
loss lO8 By using good g judgment he ht may mayrecoup may mayreup mayrecoup
recoup reup his losses IOSM in other directions directionsBorne dtreUns dtreUnsSome directionsSome
Some of the beatbred bo bred horses horQ in the theUnited theUnltG theUnited
United UnltG States Stat will wU In a few weeks waes go gounder g gounder
under the hammer in New York YorkThe YorltThe YorkThe
The good ones will w1 of course cours6 go high highbut highbt highbut
but bt btor better pay py a a high price for a horse horsathat horsethat horsethat
that promises pmises to go out and an bring brng home homethe hamethe homethe
the money than winter wInte one or two no noaccount nofunt noaccount
account funt ones one With one or two exoep exceptions exoeptons exoeptions ¬
tions tons the race horses hors6 owned here will willnot wHinot
te owne wi
not do We need here something that thatwill thatwU thatwill
will wU give gve the National Natonal Capital Capial a 8 reputa reputation reputaton reputation ¬
tion ton abroad abrod and make mao the City Cl of Wash Washington Wah WahIngton Washington ¬
Football Fo and Basketball Teams
Name Officers OfficersLouKhlln Ofcer OfcerJIcIougJUn Officers3IcLouglaIi
JIcIougJUn 3IcLouglaIi LouKhlln a Will VII Manage Eleven Elevennnil ElecnnntI Elevenand
and Hone one the Basket nlliet Shooters ShootersOther ShootcrsOther ShootersOther
Other ililltnn Hilltop Ulto Gosiip GO lp
Raaant Ront elections Qlotlons held by the freshmen freshmenclasses treshmenelfUM freshmenclaees
classes elfUM at Georgetown G rgotown University with withregard wIthNgard withregard
regard to football and basketball teams teamsfor teEJfor
for the coming season Ji6aSonp resulted in the theelection theelection theelection
election of Charles Duffy Duff as the loader loaderof loodorof leaderof
of the 1914 oleven and Qeorge O lg King to tocaptain tooaptaln tocaptain
captain the basketball b sktba11 quint For mana manager manaIller mannncr ¬
ncr of these two respective sports spansCharlie sportsChftrlll
Charlie McLoughlin was selected to get geta geta I
a schedule of games for the football footballeleven toot footballeleven ball I Iehen
eleven while Roger Bono a local lad ladwho
who ho has made a a reputation at Western Westernin I
in such a capacity aapacl IB I to look after the themanagerial themanagorlal themanagerial
managerial duties of the Blue and Gray Grayquint Grayquint Grayquint
quint quintThe quintThe quintThe
The freshmen are taking an early ad advantage adantago advantage ¬
vantage of the great amount of material materialoffered materialoiturod materialoffered
offered this thu year ear and are are as a conse consequence conseu consequonce ¬
quence u nct getting their class toams Into Intoshape Intoshapo intoshape
shape before the rest of the unpor class classmen claamen clammen ¬
men For the past several days daystbe the foot football tootball football ¬
ball men have been out practicing and andexpect andexpect andexpect
expect to have the jump on their oppo opponents Opo OpoJlODts ppo ppopants ¬
pants when the first interclasg game gamecomes gamecomes gamecomes
comes off No varsity wrslt man will be al ali allowed allowed
i lowed to play in these games but as this thisaffects thllartects thisaffects
affects every class equally the freshmen freshmenare treshmenare
are not discouraged A great addition to totheir totholr totheir
their squad will be Lamborton Jamberton one of ofthe oftho
the strong contenders for a position In Inthe Inthe inthe
the back field of the varsity but who whoowing whoowing whoowing
owing to parental objections will not be beable beable beable
able to play It is probable that ho will willplay wUlplay willplay
play on the class tpam and will willstrengthen willstrengthen
I strengthen the back field fieldThe fioldThe fieldThe
The basketball squad has also been beenworking beonworking boonworking
working for the past two weeks and andwith andwith andwith
with such material as that whloh gradu graduated graduRtOO graduateci ¬
ated from torn the prep school last season
1914 should make a a name for themselves themselvesBesides themsolvesBelJldes themselvesBesides
Besides these regular interclass games gameshotl gamesth gamesloth
hotl th managers are ar going to arrange arrangegames nrrangegam arrangegani
games gam s with IUt the high schools and such suchteams suchteams suchteams
teams as St Johns and Loyola College Collegeand Coli Collegeand ego egoanti
and probably Manager Bone will be able ableto ableto ableto
to Jet et the Virginia freshman up for a abasketball abaktbplJ abaskqtbplI
basketball game some time during the thecoming thecoming thecoming
coming season 8oo59n 8oo59nCARDINALS seos n nOAItDINALS
Alexandria Jil l xu xandria tlrin loya Do Smuuu Swam Wnahing Wnehing WnehingtU Vnflll1 og ogtou
ton Lnrts 21 to O OSpecial 0peeisl
fB Special edal to The WtitiDfttl Y hii > 6ten Herald HeraldAlexandria 1IaIdAexandria I
I Alexandria Aexandria Va Ta Oct 22 2fly By a score of off f
f to 0 tho Cardinal Athletic Association Associationfootball ASlOeiaUoQtoot Associationfootixtil
football toot lll team this afternoon defeated the theJRaylew tJMRaew theflaylew
JRaylew Athletic Club of Washington WashingtonThis WuhlnttonThls VliiagtonThis
This was the first game of the season for forthe torthe forthe
the local team The stars for the Cardi Cardinal CardlDal Cerdinal
nal were Hamlltorypund Hamiltonrind Dioaelt Long Longruns LonGns Longruns
runs ns were made by Cockroll Sullivan Sullivanand Sulllyanand Sullivanand
and Snowden For the visitors Stogar StogarKelly St Stog g r rKelly rKelly
Kelly and Smith played well wellAnbury wellHlmr welltslnry
Anbury Hlmr Drowns flrowii to Play PinyThe Pln PlnThe PlayThe
The Asbury Asbur Browns Browu play the White Whitdteam Whittt6ftm Whiteteam
team of allstars at t Capital City League
Park today at 23 211 2 oriftek A good gO 1dgaJntl 1dgaJntlor < gajn gajnof gains gainsof
of baseball Is fxrffted as thi thihMt team
have been practicing hard for this thisstruggle thisituggle thisEuggle
r I
Eenter R ntel and Hamilton Make MakeBig MalteBig
Big Gains for Central CentraTHE Cenl l lEE
i THE T EE FINAL SCORE IS 23 TO 0 0Heywiml 0I 0t
Heywiml Play PIA Star Game for the theLower theLoerVlnd theLosersWind
Lower LoerVlnd Wind Hobs Rob SVarncr Warner of ofDroplclclc otDrolkJ ofDroVkIek
Droplclclc DrolkJ DroVkIek k from 3Oyarel LIne fcineAlexandria LIneAlexa11tlrla LineAlexandria
Alexandria linyii D Are Outplayed OutplayedThroughout 0utllftedThrougbout
Throughout the Contest ContestAlexandria
1 1AlexandrJa
Alexandria Va Got 22 22Centr CentraDHlgh CentraDHlghSchools lHlgh lHlghSchools l4jighchools
Schools S football team played Episcopal EpiscopalHigh EpiscopalHigh EpiscopalHigh
High School off their foot here today todayscore todaycore
score seore core 23 to 0 The TheEpiscopalians Episcopalians could not notstjp notstj1 nott
stjp s t the end rushes of f the 0 street lads ladsHeuter Jadsl ladsouter
Heuter R outer and Hamilton were the bright brightstars brightstars brighttars
l stars starsHeyward starsI s tars tarsHoyvhrd
I Heyward was euslly the star on the theEpiscopal theI theEpiscopal
I Episcopal team It was just the right rightkind rightind
r kind k ind of a day d y for two fast teams to meet meetThe meetThe meetThe
The game opened up by IJ Randolph kick kicking klckIng kickng ¬
ing i ng to Mlnnix Minnix who rushed the ovafback
10 1 0 yards ards Router R uter fumbled on the next nextplay nextpIa nextlay
play pIa p lay and Hamlltqn punted to Pemborton Pembortonwho Pembertonwho Pembortontho
who t fumbled and Chapman fell on the theball thel theill
l ball b ill ll Central by smashing smaahlng the line and andcfrcllng andcrcIlng andirclIng
cfrcllng c tho ends sent Router over the
line l ine for the first score scor King kicked goal goala goalminute
a minute later Score Central 6 Epic Episcopal Epl Eplcopnl Epicopal ¬
copal c 0 0King O1lng 0King
King kicked off and the wind catching
tho t he ball swept it over the line and andEpiscopal an
Episcopal chose to put the ball balllnplay Inplay on
their t heir 25yard yard line After a few rushes rushesand rushesIlnd rushesanti
and no n gain Heyward punted the oval oralo
to t o Van Dyne who rushed back 8 yards yardsbefore yardsbefore arda ardabefor
before being brpught o earth carthon j pn a the thonext thenext thenext
next play Reuter tumbled and Episcopal Episcopalrecovered p 8copal 8copalrecovered scopalecovered
recovered r the ball Heyward punted to
Minnlx and on a fake kick Hamilton Hamiltoncircled Hamiltoncircled Hamiltoncircled
circled the end ent for the first down Van
Dyne made S 36 yards around the end
Hamilton went around the end for fo the thesecond thesecond theecond
second s score of the1 th game King kinked kiokeda
a goal Score Central 12 Episcopal 0 0 0There
There was a return of punts after the
kickoff and MInnix circled the end for a again agaln again
gain of 20 yards The first quarter ended
by Hamilton punting to Pemberton who whoumb1ed whoumbled
fumbled t the bell and Chapman recovered recoveredthe rocoveredthe recoveredthe
the oval on Eplseopals Epl eopnls 35yard llns
The second quarter opened by Hamilton Hamiltontrying HamlltortrSng Hamiltonrying
trying t a field goal but the ball went wentwide wentwide wentwide
wide Heyward then punted to Van Dyne Dynewho Dynewho Dynewho
who was downed in his tracks A series seriesof serIesot seriesof
of line plunges and end runs netted Con Central Contral Conral ¬
tral t ral two first downs but Episcopal held
Central for down on the next plays and
Randqlph punted to Minnlx Hamilton Hamiltonand Hamiltonand Hamiltonand
and King worked orked tho forward pass for forl
80 l yards but the Episcopalians held Cen Central Central Canral ¬
tral t ral for downs on their own 3yard yard line lineRandolph lInoRandolph lineRandolph
Randolph punted tho ball out of danger dangerand dangorand dangerand
and Central worked end runs and line lineplunges Uneplunges lineplunges
plunges for three thre first down and the theperiod theperiod theperiod
period ended endedKing endedKing endedKing
King opened oP ned the third period by b kicking
to Wilsbn and Episcopal made two first fir t
downs by line plunging On the next nextplay nextplay nextplay
play Episcopal fumbled and Stokes re recovered recovered recovered ¬
covered the ball for Central Reuter Reuterwent Reuterwent Routerwent
went around end for 30 yards r s and on onend onend onend
end runs Central gained three first
downs Pollard then took Richs place placeand placeand placeand
and Hamilton went around end for 10 10yards 10arda 10yards
yards arda Reuter went over the line for forthe torthe forthe
the third touchdown of tho game King
kicked goal Score ScnreCentral Central IS Epis Episcopal Episcopal Epiccopal ¬
copal 0 0King OKing 0King
King kicked off to Pemberton who was
downed In his hI tracks A series of line lineplunges lIn lInplunges lineplunges I
plunges netted Episcopal Epl copal first down but butthe butthe butthe
the next play netted them no gain ln and andHeyward andHeyward
Heyward punted to MInnix who ran 3 3yards 9ards Syards
yards ards before being brought down Reu Reuter Reuter Reuter ¬
ter made first rat down around end and the thewhistle thewhistle thewhistle
whistle announced the end the third
period periodThe oerlodThe periodThe
The fourth period opened by Reuter Reutermaking ReutermakIng Reutermaking
making 16 yards around arounl end and Cen Central Cent181 Central ¬
tral was penalized for being off side lIldeEpiscopal sideEpIscopai
Episcopal then worked the forward pass passfor passfor passfor
for a gain of 20 yards and a series of ofend atend ofend
end runs rU 6J and line plunges netted them themtwo themtwo themtwo
two first downs Central held them for torlowns fordowns
downs and a forward pass Hamilton to toKlnS toICing
King gave Central first down Reuter ReutertMn Routerthen
then went over the line on a long end endnm endrun endrun
run for tho last touchdown of the game gameKIng
missed an easy goal Score SooreCen SooreCentral Cen ¬
23 Episcopal 0 0Coach 0 0Coftch 0Coach
Coach Thomas then made some changes
his lineup Jones replaced Router RouterBras
Bras replaced Hunt Acorn replaced replacedMlnnlt
and Hltnor replaced Dvso DYlIOn
Randolph kicked off to Hamilton who whoran whoran I
ran th the b ball ll back 20 yards On the next nextplay nextplay I Iplay
play Hamilton punted to Pemberton who whofumbled whotumbled I
tumbled the oval and King fell on the theoall
tall oall Warner tried a drop kick but the thewind thewlntI thewind
wind carried the ball far out of Its Itscourse ItsCOOt itscourse
course COOt Heyward punted out from the the26yard the5yard the2kyard
26yard line and Hamilton rushed the theball theball theball
ball back 15 yards Hamilton then punted puntedto puntedto
to Pemberton and the whistle blew blc an announcing announclng announclng ¬
nounclng the end of the game gameLineup gameLineup gameLineup
Lineup and summary
Central Ponlticm Episcopal Kith KithHint UJrhIUIt HighRust
Hint IUIt Unas D Ml r ntd d Vflboa VflboaKtag on
Ktag It I loft Uekle Bnckrf uclc 1 1mer
XVaraer mer left sward ruardCrenl81 guardstc3g M Crenlay
Stokw S owiter Drawn
man IaKirf 1iaMi4ht right gllt guard s rdPhllllps Phillips
CIta Cbaptaa light taeklo isekieIlysee Drona Dronafb1 Dronuifa
DTWHJ mjiw IlJISOr Il4Jeerigt rififat rod Kromrt
Miantr Acorn Montuarter uj quut art r r back beckIctnbcrten beckIctnbcrtenniter Icmbcrtcti
neuter u niter June JU9Ilalt left half bat bade backItandolph backItandolphaft Randolph
Van aft Dyne Drnerfsht right half buck bddtHeJIIud Heywaid
Haaallten fuH bade Macijell
Rfcw5Ir Refer rr Danlefa Daal UmplrtrrMr Kin King Field FIeldudgeMr
judge j udgeMr Mr Gibson Hed linesman itI flsemanM n Sir lr Lewesoe L
TinMr Ttmer TimerMr Mr Ir LeaanL tTo IwOOdoft1l6ltcuter ohdoTn Iltutcr 3 Haze
Ittoa i ltei deals nwm tr touchdown touchdW11Klng King 3 Time of ofQuarters ofquartm1 cEqusittm1O
quartm1 Quarters M niautetu niautetuRANDOIPHMACOK 1D1ftUtnRANDOLPH sniestesIWThOLPRMAOON
Johns Hopkins opklnll Rolls Up tT Large LnrffeScore LnrSeScore LargeScore
Score on Southern LU Lad LadSproid Lads LadsSixel < N NSpecial
Special to The Wuhlnctm Wuh Hcnld Iiem1dBaltlmore
Baltimore Md Id Oct 22 22The The Johns
Hopkins University football team put It Itall Itall Itall I
all over Randolph Macon this afternoon
in a well played game by a score of 26
to 0 0 Hopkins made
four touchdowns on onthree onthree onthree
three of which goals were kicked and
Stollenwerok dropped a Jleld leld goal from
the 25yard line for an additional three threepoints threepoints threepoInts
points The feature of the game was a a80ynrd a10yard
80ynrd 1 run made by Stollenwerck for the
first touchdown The lineup
Hopkins Positions RidolphMcan
nadine Iaalus I4alu51eft l left ft md81m DdSlrapa > > n Wightman Wightman1ailitaaWt VightnintackleS
Iwniwan 1ailitaaWt laft tackle tackleS J II Woodhowt Voodbo
Scare Woodi O dJett loft guard Chapman
MeCabe HeCabBtshe center J F Vrocdtotise
Bfetop Btshe Sfcreiber Ii reUerrlght right guard ruard1ordon Jordon Tucker TuckerJonloiv TuckerTOrJon zcker zckerOtIhtt
Mor IQaSeT right tackle Turner
Oflfctt Porter Rutherford RutherfordGitlett RuthertnlGillett RutherfendOHIett
Gillett D DoolW Dabr brkr right end t Hopkins HopkinsPorter
SWUenw seneimeeek ek QptJ QptJIori capt
Porter < quarter back backnane Bane Fisher hher
Ftiltos Honey Doneyleft left half back Wanton lantoll
UridgiaaH 1rkI flrMginaarglit W1right right half back 1x ckRowc Rone rapt
riper Sehaefar SehaefarPlptGQieU Rebller RebllerPlptr ScheelarPiper
PlptGQieU Piper Gillett Giliettfull Jail back Wrar Ives
ToHchdoww TOIIcbdowJuSt1fet1werek St HnvweX Bridgnun Drld Rddm an Piper Mu lies hu
set Goalc Go Go1eFsilton kFultoa Pulton 2 Bridgroan Goal from held
StoUenwwck 8t Uen et RvfarrtArdiie Hunter Wlbrook
UmpirePace Hunter Walbrcok TlmenSIowrs Tlmen Isrs
Slam J Jl U and Newman RandQipUMacon
Field judgeMr JutIJe lr Dmgfcerijr RandolphMaoon Randolpb aeon Htad
ItMMwiaMr 1Ir Oolten OoUo J 1 H U Time of gaaae ame
J1wIw JS aIte isete Qltlrtea f
ClHHsy Clallll LIst of HotscH Entered tot totCoining torComIng forComing
ComIng Meet MeetBpedal MeetBpedaI MeetSpecial
Special to tolbo The WarfUngton Herald HeraldNorfolk Hen1dNorfolk HeTaI HeTaINorfoIk
Norfolk Va Oct 22 22Nover Never before In Inthe Inthe inhe
the t he history of the American turf outside outsideof outsideot outsideof
j of New Tew York State have so great a num number number nunsher ¬
ber of t millionaire sportsmen whoso names namesare namesare namesare
are known all over the country entered enteredtheir enteredtheIr enteredheir
their t horses for a mae meeting as have haveentered haveentered haveentered
entered them for the fall meeting of the theJamestown theJamestown theJamestown
Jamestown Jockey Club to begin No November November November ¬
vember 1 and continue ntlnue until November
19 1 9 Practically all the big stables of of the theEast1 thoEasti tueEast
East and many from the West will bo borepresented borcprCtien bercprcaented
represented representedThe rcprCtien rcprcaentedThe tcd tcdThe
The turfmcn have decreed that Norfolk Norfolkmust Nort01kmust
must be a fixture on the racing map and andto andto ando
to t tt o make it so O have rightly divined that thattheir thl1ttheir thatheir
their t colors must be seen on the James Jamestown Jamestovm Jamestown ¬
town track trackNlnetyflve trackNlnetyfio trackNinetyfive
Nlnetyflve owners of thoroughbreds thoroughbredshave thoroughbredshave thoroughbredshave
have already signified their intention to toship tosblp toship
ship to Jamestown Jnm Stown and have requested requestedthe reQuestodthe requesteduse
the reservation and stall room at the thetrack th thtrack thetrack
track for the horses that will race under undertheir undertheir undertheir5
their their5 colors Following Foliowln is a list of some someof SODl6at sonicof
of those that are best b t known and all of ofwhom otwhom ofwhom
whom are millionaires millionairesAugust mlIllonntresAumt milliona1rAunitt
August l IWowmt lMol fiunsfer tM1Gf Mad A banker owner own of ofBelmont ofBelmont ofBelmont
Belmont Iark nee track and chairman of the UteJockey the100ker theJoey
Jockey Club Jinx JaMjII R Ketae of u New ew York Sean financier ft81n1 Sean01cr ¬
cier and vice chairman of the Joefetjr Joek Club Rtchftrd RtchftrdT
T r Wilson Jr of New York bankar and president presidentof
of the Saratoga Hara lUcia Itae Uaetag lli AwooiiUoo R P Cameo CMUMBof Cr1IIof Cameoof
of New York financier Forrest Rose Iloe of Sabot SabotVa 5100tVa 5attVs
Va a young 1011 It man Mm who uptrtl Aptr to b bfo one of Ute Utegreat tMImtat thegreat
great turfmen of the oouatry John E ifudden of ofKentucky ofK ofKootucky
Kentucky K lltuckf fanxxu n5004 breeder alio cwm owi some 1iOm of the thefuteit therutet theCutest
Cutest harn JlamfiU u hon bone in iathe Ute world worJ4i Thfta Tbo u Wet Clydaof ctdeof Wetof
of Philadelphia president t of the Clyde Steamship
Coojpany Thomae Hltchoock Ultc oock of New ew York member memberof memberI usareberof
I of the Jockey Club Harry Payne Whitney of New NewYork NewI Newyork
I York director of nnmeroua naiag course owner ownerof 0IfI1nof ownerof
of Bwhtl tb the famous twoyrroki SHy which h hbought he hebought
i bought by cable from Bnglacd 1 at a cost of JSfOOO JSfOOOand ht50end <
and a adety tunZEUSCAPTURES man manZEUS manZEUS
Hildreths Colt Is Winner at atOld atOld atOld
Old Pimlico PimlicoBaltimore PimlicoBaltimore PimlicBaltimore
Baltimore Oct 21 2Bam Sam Hildreths good goodtwoyearold goodtwoyearold goodtwoyearOW
twoyearold Zeus won the Walton WaltonStake WaltahStakoc WaltoiStakes
Stake for twoyearolds two nrOlds the feature featureevent featureevent featureevent
event event decided docld l at Flmlieo this afternoon afternoonbut afternoonbut afternoonbut
but he had to be pounds tbe best to do doso doso doso
so and it was only a brilliant ride on onthe onthe onthe
the part of Shilling that landed him a anoe ano a anopo
noe no e in front In the very lost stride strideJust strldJust strideJust
Just as the break was made Touch Me Meswerved Me8wtlrv Meswerved
swerved 8wtlrv d over and hit Zeus knocking knockinghim knockinghim knockinghint
him bock to next to lost and he seemed seemedhopelessly seemedhopelo seemedhopelessly
hopelessly hopelo sly out of the running But Shill Shilling Shilling ShillIng ¬
ing gave the colt time to get into his hisstride hiestride hisstride
stride before making an effort to over overtake overtake overtake ¬
take the th leaden and the result was that thatZous thatZeus thatZeus
Zeus mndo up ground fast in the last lastquarter lalttquarter lastquarter
quarter and aided aided by Shillings good goodftnifth goodflnlah goodfinish
finish was as able to got up in the last lastHtrlrto laststride laststride
stride and win winThe winThe winThe
The Amateur Cup with gentlemen gentlemenriders gentlomonriders g8ntlemnriders
riders in the saddle was won In a hard harddrive barddrive harddrive
drive by Dullcaro ridden by his owner ownerMr ownerMr ownerMr
Mr O Fleischmann while in the steeple steeplechase steeplechase steeplechase ¬
chase for hunters over a threemile threemilecourse threemilecourse threemilecourseDion
course courseDion Dion Kerr piloted Adventurer to tovictory tovictory tovictory
victory his mount making all the tun tunning i un unnln Unning ¬
ning nln and an winning easily sUy The results resultsFIRST resultsFIRST resultsFIRST
FIRST RAOBAll aew six fwiaags tloe Skatmea SkatmeaIK S a1llHK1
110 Shilling 9 U to > M 1 to 3 and out Tree Rae Raoqtet Haoqt RaeiWet
qtet qt 110 B Dteo It > Iep l 7 t 18 5 5 1 to 3 3 and out Ott 4Md 4MdMedallion oueiMedalilee i
Medallion M aWoq 110 1 ltonR Rowan Mtol 50 to 1 IStol 16 to 1 aadStal aadStalthird ud 5 to 1 1 1third
third Tia rn 1144 115 41 J Jme raie WWW Wn Capt pt SirawoB muuod
tatd Goaafj Ceea K also ran ranSECOND ran5ECO ransICOND
SECOND 5ECO D RAO IUC ItATheeyro1di > Tbf TbNere ey r Uj and vp Vi teUJng teUJngOM dlllli0Il4I ecUlegone
OM and three tkreeaixttests iUtHBths itee tbi deL Hint Prftate IK IKOUbert 115GUberU 1 1GUberU
GUberU 1 to 2 and est H w won n Lad La of Langdon LaI1 ics 106Bell 16meU icslain
Bell lain 3 3 to 1 S to 1 md 2 to i l iccood Dixie DixtKalllht Dixielnist
KnlBht 10 100 Fain 1t 4ta t9 1 twos toad 1 1 U tQ 3 3 third thirdTime thirdThne lird lirdTime
Time IiH4 201 ot I t4 TuMBda Laralnatcr LsrmB ter and Baron
Dlet er tlw Ise nn nnTHIRD ttt tttTHIRD TSnTHIRD
THIRD nACB1aatatr ACBA aU r Cap wUtae UIIII kanrftnp P
for Utreeyearcld ud UP one o mile Dndcare DIlII re 1 1Mr it itJ USMr
Mr J r FlrfftcbeuirD 5 t ie S eren en and 1 to X wen wenDr II9RDr weeDr
Dr Barkley Ill Mr B B Tucker 4 to 1 8 to 5 5and 5and 5and
and 4 to 5 Koood HI Ore Oro Iii Sir Ir II T 1WkerI k r 4 4ta 4t 4to
ta 1 1 3 to 5 and 7 to W third Tteto 1 148 Wilt WiltLadlcytt VOum Ilzee
Laduye CMriTart Mta 0 PorifOfd Trudo ad
Dnchm she ran ranFOURTH na naFOUUTII ranFODItTII
FOURTH RACKBlk rtA m Ridge Rid S Steerdssse < eepifcha c for farnjflte
hunters njflte thee < mO mike AdT Adiessti durur Mvrer MS I 1lr Mr D DKerr DKml 1 1Kerr
Kerr 2 to 1 even ceo ft and out won Ramto US Mr MrT MrT Ir IrT
T WrisfcO 8 to 5 4 to i 5 and out teeeod Kara KaraKola Earsgua
gua Kola llTMr 1 IA Mr L L I PisSed I ta L 1 Z to 1 1 and3 ud to 1o5 1o5tbtd 5 5tktid 5tIItrd
tktid Time l lien Prism aad ud SapoHo also alsor alsonL alsoran
r nL iL >
nLFIFTU FIFTH iLFIFTH ILVOCTbe Walden for twoyearoWs twoyearoWswe h oe3rold5lItO
we e Bite Zeus HZ I Shilling Sldtlb1 9 to S i to 5 aad aMto asdto 2 2to
to 5 WOT VB Cberiah 112 GroM 7 to 2 t cite and i h
to 5 woond nd y Maresn ilaroe r 119 Lang ArI t 1 15 to 1 6 t tlf 1 1 1aDd Iand
aDd 3 to 1 UtM Thee 1H6M 1 46 3 lleatitrbroora UoaMrhroomAJdrlan HeatherkinoenMdrian
AWrian AJdrlan road Me SUIIW SUn r Ktag Pin Trty
Wel Weiht rt and at IlBrtsHi also n nSIXTH cSIXrn
SIXTH 81 TII RACBO RACBOee e and eiiitw eeMxtreith otrt th h nit seiko s
brent 163 McCsrthjr CCanlaJ1 eren C1 sad HK wee w aUf
Edge K6 Land S to 1 e seen e uti out ou Bew Tf Tfoed MC MCOBd seeoed
oed J 1 II HmgUm IItMf KB Or tOTeM u 6 to 5 aDd rat ratthird lit eatthird
third Time 115 115Added 1 1E 1115 1115Added 15 15Added
Added Marta startmGALLADDET tart tartGALLAUDET MartaGALLAUDET
Mount St Josephs and Kendall KendallGreen XendallGreen Xenda1Green
Green Team Both Score Once OnceWnnhlngtoii OnceYn OnceWasshtngton
Wnnhlngtoii Yn btnJ1on Eleven Comes Back BackStrong DackStrong flackStrong
Strong In the Second Halt Haltof Hnltof Halfof
of the Content ContentSpecial Conte ContestSpecial t tSpecla1
Special to TOO Washington Ilerald IleraldBaltimore lIezaldBaltimore en0J4 en0J4Baltimore
Baltimore Md JJ Dot 22 22Gallaudet Gallaudet Gallaudot of ofWashington otWashington ofWashIngton
Washington and Mount Iounl St Joseph played playodfootball pla playedfootball od odfootball
football at Irvington today toda and they theybattled theybattlod theybattled
battled to a tie tie 6 to 6 Gallaudet won wonthe wonthe wonthe
the toss and Holler kicked off o the ball ballgoing baUgoing bailgoing
going behind the goal line A second try trysent trysent
sent the ball b ll again over the line and the thepigskin thepIgskin thepigskin
pigskin was put into play on Mount St StJosephs StJosephs St StJosephs
Josephs 30yard line lineBy lineBy lineBy
By heavy line plunges Iungos and long end endruns cn cnruns endruns I I
runs by Mullaney Lawler and McGrathMount 31cGrath 31cGrathMount 1cGrathMount
Mount St St Joseph managed to land the theball th thball theball
ball on Galludets 10yard line but here heretho heretho herothe
tho ball was lost on a fumble and Gal Gallaudet Gallaudet Gallaudet ¬
laudet punted out of danger In the sec secJind secd eec9d
Jind d half lal Gallaudet came back su str9ng ng and andworked andworked andwbrked
worked the th ball up the field for the first firsttouchdown firsttouchdown firsttouchdown
touchdown Rockwell kicked the goal goalRoller goalRoller goalRoller
Roller Baptte and Conley Conle carried off offthe ortthe offthe
the honors for the visitor lMttoril The l lineup lineupnallaudet lineupGalla1ldct lineuplaliawdet
nallaudet Positions MfSt Mt St St Joseph JosephTalte JozephtackleSthauh
Talte T Wt md sMIle sMIleCOOlcrleft SeallimCoaler SeallimSehaub
Coaler COOlcrleft left tackle tackleSthauh tackleSthauhTalbeit Sehaub SehaubSeallim SehaubUoU S laub laubX
X Ieft gtartl UoU UoUClark UoUaTalbt
Talbt Talbeit easier ter Clark ClarkJWIey Clarkvt ClarkJacehsonnight
vt rhJbt RI JWIey JWIeySnyder 11t1lCJAcebson
Jacabson Jacehsonnight right tackla Snyder SnyderCltrano SnyderlRockwell SnIderR1Kkweli
Rockwell ittht aad sadCitrano sadCitranoBasdatessrter Cltrano CltranoBulltTan UltnnoDaptlete I IBpUate
BpUate Basdatessrter quarter back beckSulihan beckSulihanhalf BulltTan BulltTanJacabson BulltTanHoller HulnnnHoller
Holler laft half back backMallaney Mullanoy
Birch Rladhill IlathillLull fuU uU back Lawfcr LawfcrMwey LawlrMOe
Mwey right half back beckl1clrath beckl1clrathTeachdownsLawkr McOrath McOrathTsuoMflwusLawler UcGrathT8u
TsuoMflwusLawler T8u tLawler Cosley Cortl lash 0 from fnnntotclt fnnntotcltdownsSUhaa rein tmtch tmtchdewm toadidewneSwrihas
dewm downsSUhaa SHlHTaa Hock Rockwell JU Refarae tJUr Mr Ieterson IetersonTJmpIreMr letomossUuipireMr t1UlIplrt
TJmpIreMr UlIplrt Ir lltvtf Tia TiMdII TliceyareMsimce chae i r Maaic JHAQ JHAQand Judeoeand
and Anderson I4n LtnenMttiHS Ltnsuean MenMa i4ee M iloriett I and andGrace arlfliage VI VIGrA
GrA Grace t Head Mnanaaa tnealIr Mr Dan Bafl Tin Titt Thee at f nwr Urtc qeartoreIS nwrter
tc toreIS ter M ntiBHtes sash
The gnme between the Cribs nnd the AUileiicn foifnr foifnrwill to lodnysvill RY
will 111 be shown on o the Roillcr Electric Uonrd at lisa Columbia Coluin Jlft
Theater starting tnrtln nt 3 oclock Washington Vn blnKton time ThiN brtnrd
CITY TODAY nnrt nn In the one which hlc l hu hum been wntcliert qH qHMummer niltiminer 11 11nnmer
Mummer nnmer by the bnneball fling of Washliifrion ashln on end IH great rent
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Harvard Victories Victori Victoris Attributed sAttlibutedto Attributedto
to Lighter Eli Oarsmen OarsmenIn
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In 1l an endeavor to find out why Har Harvard Harvard Earyard ¬
vard crews have been defeating Yale Yalerecently Yalerecently
recently the Yale Dally News News has pub published publIshed pubished ¬
lished l some interesting statistics and ar articles articles antides ¬
ticles It has been stated that Yale Yalecrews Yalecrews Yalecrews
crews have not been beonheavy heavy enouh From From1E91 rom romlS1
1E91 1 1 to 1505 Yale invariably defeateoLHar defeateoLHarvard doteatedHarvard defeatedHarvrtrd
vard and had a heavier crew Begin Beginning IJegln IJeglnnlng ¬
ning 1906 Yale was outweighed for five flveseasons fiveeason fiveseasons
seasons eason and lost four tou races laC II Harvards Harvardseight Harvardseight Harvardseight
eight last season averaged erased 199 1 pounds poundsnnd poundsand poundsand
and Yale averaged 171 pounds Since SinceIffll SinceUOI
Iffll the total average averoge weight weightcrews of Yal Yalcrews Yalcrews
crews has been 171 1711h ½ pounds while vnu vnuof < that thator the theof
of Harvard has been 174 17414 pounds Yales Yalesaverage Yale YsIeaverage
average height during that time Urn has h8been hasbeen
been i foot 11 45 Inches to Harvards
5 feet 11 26 inehas fl The average age of orYalo ofYnlo
Yalo oarsmen since 1811 has boon twenty twentyono twentyono twentyone
ono years and three thr months and nd Har Harvard Harvard Haryard ¬
vard has averaged one month JD nth older olderAn old olderAn r rAn
An article on the subject by W G GAnderson GAnd6rion GAnderson
Anderson rends r llda < In part as follows followsThe tallowThe followsThe
The arch enemy of the th oarsman Is Isfatigue Istatlgue Isfatigue
fatigue Three element are to be con considered considered considered ¬
sidered when speaking of exhaustion exhaustionthe cxhaWitlonthe exhaustionthe
the will the nerve center which Is made madeup madoup madeup
up of cells stored with energy and the themuacle themUfcle themuscle
muscle Tho man who IB I richest in these thesethree thesethree thesethree
three olemonts stands the best chance chanceof chanceof chanceof
of winning winningIn
In the fourmile race two factors factorswork factorswork factorswork
work against the th athlete the great effort effortbreaks etrortbrooks effortbreaks
breaks down the minute cells of the thebodXrwe thebO thebo4we
bodXrwe bO xwe call is wearing out outand gnd this thisdisintegration thisdlslrftegratton thisdisintegration
disintegration produces produces a poison pol on that thatvery thatry thatvery
very ry quickly affects the action of the themuscles themuscles themuscles
muscles and weakens the system The Thebiggermuscled TbebIggermuscled ThebiggermusCled
biggermuscled man is better able to tostand totJlnd toetjtnd
stand this breaking down and toxaemia toxaemiathan toxaemIat toxaemiathan
than t an his lighter opponent opponentThere opponenlThere opponentThere
There is a definite proportion between betweenthe betweentho betweenthe
the size of tho muscular system and the thecorresponding tbecorrespon thecorrespondIng
corresponding correspon lng nerve center Hence the theman theman theroan
man with the superior musculature w wl l
last longer if the demands made upon uponhim uponhim uponhim
him are practically pr tlcaIlr the same as those thOlemade thosemade thosemade
made upon his his rival It must mu t then be beevident beevldeI1t beevident
evident that of two men equally well welltrained welltraIned welltrnine
trained trnine the heavier man will win be because because1 because ¬
cause cause1 > ol r his greater endurance for he hehas hehas hehas
has more energy to be liberated by the thewill tkewm thewill
will and It lasts longer longerElftot longerEUot longerElftot
Elftot P Frost t writes on the matter matterin matterIn mattertnpert
in tnpert part as follows followsAlthough tallowsAlthough followsAlthough
Although the th statistic in this article articledo artfcledo articledo
do hot by any an means prove conclusively conclusivelythat COftClualvelythat coaclusivelythat
that we e must have heavy men to pull pulla pulla
a winning shell over the four miles yet yetthey yettbey yetthey
they do show that Ii greater proportion proportionof
of the winning crews have been made madeup madeup madeup
up of heavy material The advantage advantagea
a heavy heav powerful pow rful oarsman has over a acomparatively acomparathey acomparatively
comparatively light wiry man is in be being beIng being ¬
ing able to throw the weight of his hisheavy hishCt1vy hisheavy
heavy back and shoulders onto his oar oarat oarat earat
at the catch and to t follow out this thismovement thl thlmovement thismovement
movement by a drive with fcis powerful powerfullegs powerfullegs powerfullegs
legs A light man in making these moves moveshaving movoshaving moveshaving
having ne weight to throw onto his cfer cferat uat 4r 4rat
at the catch must accomplish the sane saneresult a nazcresult e erasult
result by a terrific strain on the muscles musclesof muscleaot musclesof
of the lower back and by another strain strainon strainon L
on the legs when driving the slide up upthe upthe ugthe t Lt
the stretcher stretcherIn
In the twomllo race the light set of ofmen otmen ofmen
men can keep this up and this together togetherwiUi togetfterwl togetherwith
with wl their ability to handle themselves thenwetveemore thenwetvtMmore themselvesmore
more quickly ltulekl and without BO much exer exertion exertion exerlion ¬
tion can ufiuallywin 1Mually wIn from a powerful powerfulelum511y
moving mo1n crew However we are aretraining aretraining I Itraining
training for to a fourmile rourmneru race and we weratMt wemu wrmust
must mu t have fourmile material to work workwith workwith wont wontwith
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Alexandria Va Oct 22 22The The young youngMens youngfelons youngMons
felons Sodality Lyceum Lyceum basketball basketballteam bft3ketbaUteam basketbaRteam
team tonight defated a team composad composadof
of members of Company H District Na National National Natlonal ¬
tional Guard by a score of > t 33 to 10
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Dunn averaged 110 in the RoyalaEu RoyalaEurekaa RoyalsEuFew RoyaisEuekas
Few rekaa games on Wednesday Wedne5 1ay < night Well Welldone Welldone Welldone
done doneZepp
doneZepP i i
ZepP after at r bowling 206 in his second secondgame secondgame secondgame
game faded tad away to 119 U in his next nextMarey nextMe nextMerct
Marey Me howcareless howcarelessMilleh how howcnrelessMillei careJess careJessMUler
Milleh had hiada d8 nice eet sctl83 183 201 and 211 211In 211 211noO 211n
In i iI noO n the Fat ilenNeulands games There ThereIs ThereM
Is 1 M flometljlng lomet lng classy about this boys boyswork boyswork boyswork
work workTotten workTotten workTottenrdlIed
Totten Totten TottenrdlIed rdlled 107 m 111 and 113 averaging veratng
110 1 10 in the ArgyleColumbla games gam 8 Well Wellwell Wellwell Wellwell
well havent heard from Tattle for a along along aong
long l ong time timeJ3rosnan timerocnan
4 4Brosnan
Brosnan rocnan sneaked in a total totaf of 235 In his hissecond hissecond hissecond
second game of the Fat MenNeulands MenNeulandsset
s set t Jack also had a good total in his histhird hIsthIrd histhird
third getting 196 196Goodman 196Goodman 196Goodman
Goodman rolled 100 103 and 138 totals totalsin totalsIn totalsn
in I n one of the District Duckpin League Leaguegames Leaguegames gue guegames
games last week An average averag of 113 is ispretty Ispretty ispretty
pretty nifty bowling bowlingWard bowUngWard bowlingWard
Ward a member of the Arcade J bowling bowlingteam bowlingteam owltngteam
team In tho old District League What Whatis WhatIs Whatis
is the matter Jlmmie = Dont you like likeany likeany likeany
I any of your old friends any anymore anymorejDe more moreDe
jDe De De Yo totaled 118 11 in his first rst game of ofic ofthe ofthe
the ic CensusTreasury set Come on Bert Bertyoure Bertyoure Bertyoure
youre mistaken There Is no prize of offered Offdrocl ¬
fered t red for low score this season seasonLayfof seasonLn seasonLayof
Layfof Ln of the Commissioners quint has hasa hasa hasa
a new game gameladeaway fadeaway That set of 219
141 and 132 scores shows that GUB has a aperfect aperfeot aperfect
perfect knowledge of the new game gameBontz gameBontz gameBoats
Bontz of the old Potomac bowling bowlingteam bowUnsteam bowlingteam
team is now In business on the Pacific PacificCoast PacltlcCOIlSt PacificCoast
Coast Cheer up Barber dont look so solonesome 60lonesome solonesome
lonesome All the boys miss Big Chief ChiefKrauss ChletKrau ChiefKrause
Krause Krau s of the Fat Fat Men had a string stringof stringot stringof104
of ot of104 104 lQ 4 4 and 93 totals fn the Neulands Neulandsset Neulandssot Noulandsset
set Harry bowls such sets BO often that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they cause little or no comment commentDoyle QommentDOYle commentDoyle
Doyle rolled 147 in the first game of ofthe orthe ofthe
the IroquoirPilgrims Ir9quoiszPiigrims set but he was wasvery wasvery wasvery
very busy in the second and third with withtotals withtotals withI
totals of 204 and 224 Oh you Connie ConnieHelp ConnieHelp ConnielHelp
Help Help Plurher pther of the North Northeasterns Northeasterns Northeasterns
easterns team totaled 21S 13 in his third thirdgame thirdgame thirdgame
game after getting 191 and 12S in his first firstand firstand firstand
and second soo nd This world Is full of sur surprises surI curprices ¬
I prices prisesMarkham prlsesMarltham pricesMarkham
Markham of the G P O League Leaguerolled Leaguerolled Leaguerolled
rolled 181 147 and 117 in his three games gamesof gam9Bof gamesof
of the StampersFoundry set Gee but butthose butthose butthose
those scores seore would put an awful crimp crimpIn crImpIn crimpIn
In any ones average averageHartman averageHartman averageHartman
Hartman of the Pioneers pulled out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Continental games with totals of ISO 150
100 and and18 218 Pop certainly can hoot tlootem shootalit hootem
em down when once he gets thoroughly thoroughlytuned thoroughlytuned thoroughlytuned
tuned up upPoole upPoole upPoole
Poole of the W V B Moses l es duckpin duckpinteam duckpinteam duckpinteam
team had SiI 9 88 and MO totals in the theParker theParker theParker
Parker Bridget C gamae gam The pool potHwas po poolwas t twu
was rather shallow in the early stages stagesof stagesof stagesof
of the game What WhatMcCarthy WhatMcCarthy WhatMcCarthy
McCarthy Mount lount Vornons crack duck duckpin duckpin duckpin
pin artist had ha another goed set last lastweek luteek lastweek
week eek against the Casinos Calfl getting totals totalsof totalor Wtlsof
of 113 104 and Ill Hope there is nothing nothingeerious nothingserious nothingserious
serious Dave DaveBlind Da DaveBlind eo eoBlind
Blind of the Antiques bowling team teamtotaled teamtotaled teamtotaled
totaled only 37S pins for his three games gamesagainst gamesagainst gamesagainst
against the Rulers Wonder what name namewould namewould namewould
would have be been n in the summary had hadhe hadhe hadhe
he bowled a decent total totalLovett totalLovett totalLovett
Lovett rolled totals of 97 7 W 94 and 119 U In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Patent Examiners League last Mon Monday Menday on onclay ¬
day night Dont you believe it was wasduekpine wasduekplps wasduekplns
duekpine he was bowling he was trying tryingto tryingto
to bowl tenpjns tenrins Would you believe it itIt Itl ItlIt itIt
It is mighty hard to tell from the thescores theeoores thescores
scores made In the ClerkaShope games gameson gam86on gameson
on Thursday night Just what they were werebowling werebowlingducks
bowling ducks or tenpins Wonder onder if
they couldnt t have been playing ping pingpong pIng pIngpong
pong or marbles marblesKriegers marblesKriegers marblesKniegers
Kriegers set of 106 ItS 1L and loa totals totalsin totalsIn totalsin
in the ArlingtonCapitol Hilt series last lastMonday lastMonday lastMonday
Monday night was very ery good work Many Manya Man Mana
a tenpin bowler would be more than thandelighted thandelighted thandelighted
delighted to have such a total in their theirset theirset theirset
set of games gamesThe gamesThe gamesThe
The best that Collins could get in the theCarroll theCarroll theCarroll
Carroll InstituteChamber of Commerce Commercegames Commercegames Commercegames
games was a string of 137 37 146 l and 149 149totals 149total 149totals
totals But then no one ever accused accusedLonnle accusedLonnIe accusedLoanie
Lonnle of being able to bowl on rubber rubberbowling rubberbowng rubberbowling
bowling alloys alloysWeiser all alloysWelser 0 6 6Veiser
Weiser of the Pilgrims rolled 221 1S3 1S3Had 1S3 1S3I ISSsad
I Had IB I in IF one of his sets last week in inthe inthe Inthe
the Colonial League Wonder if he felt feltanyv feltany feltany
anyv any better after getting that high game gamet gametota1 gamethtaI
tota1 out outS outSof t nf ol hIs sivtflm system Most MnKt nf ot the thegood the thegood thegood
good bowlers bowlers do doThe doThe doThe
The Arcade bowling team looks very verymuch V8Cmuch verymuch
much like the old PostolSue team in the theDepartmental theI theDepartmental
I Departmental Wonder onder if they thought thoughtj thoughtthe
j the picking In their new league would be beany beany beany
any easier than in the old Well Vent here is iswishing Iswishing Iswishing
I wishing them good goo 1 luck luckLord luckLord luckLord
Lord of the Bureau team rolled 221 221and 2laftd i iand
and S3 3 in Ws first and second games gamesgainst gtlmesagatnat gamesagainst
against the Easters but could total only onlyM onlyi
II M i in his bl third That is all right Char Charlie CharUe Charlie ¬
lie twas too much muc exertion for this early earlyIn oorlyIn earlyin
In tbe season seasonNo seas seasonNo n nNo
No indeed no one fainted it was WS only onlyKemper onlyKemper onlyKemper
Kemper of the Iroquois bowling team teampulling teampulling teampulling
pulling out a 244 H total in his second game gameof gameof gameof
of the Pilgrims set that caused all the thecommotion thecommotion
commotion His recovery Is assured but buthe butbe buthe
he will never look the same sameSome sameSome seineSome
Some one has dubbed the newlyorgan newlyorganizad nelorganIud newlyorganIzd
Iud District League the Insurgents Well Wellbe VTellbe Veil Veilbe
be that assit a t may one must admit that it itlooks ItJook itlooks
looks Jook like a mighty migltt strong aggregation aggregationof
of bowlers Yea verily verll like a group of ofbrightly orbrightly ofbrightly
brightly shining tenpin stars starsSaw starsSaw starsSaw
Saw Harry Hnr Krauss and his side partner partnerwatching gartnerwatching partnerwatching
watching the electric Scoreboard e last lastTuesday lastTuesd lastTuesday
Tuesday Tuesd y afternoon From the pleased pleasedexpreaslon pleasedexpr pleasedexpression
expression expr lon df their faces the game must musthave musthe musthgve
have he ve been breaking good for them Oh OhIts QlIts Ohits
Its easy to tell the Athletic rooters rootersKing rootersKing rootersKing
King carried the burden in the set setbowled setbo setbowled
bowled bo led by b the Nationals and Wlsconslns Wlsconslnsgetting Wisconsirsgetting VIsconslnsgetting
getting totals of 106 108 and 12 125 averag averaging averztglag verag veraging ¬
ing 112 It was too bad that his hi team teamwiis teamwas teamwas
was shy sh the fifth man else they the might mighthave mighthave mighthave
have copped at least two of their games gamesVan gamesVan gamesVan
Van Busklrk of the Census team teambowled teambowted teambowled
bowled totals of 255 203 and 202 02 in his set setagainst seta setagainst
against a lnst the Treasury Treasur boys last Tuesday Tuesdaynight Tuesdaynight Tuesdaynight
night He also rolled over 240 In one of ofhis athis ofhis
his previous sets Let us hope this boy boywas boywas boywan
was not guilty of padding any of his hisreturns hisreturns hisreturns
BX the CkmaBMB Bier was surely there thereTV thtr thtr1Ie therebe
TV He wa was a came little kW kWAad kided
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Determined ta t de or be did didAad did did1Id didtnd
Aad 1Id he said says he I would like to see seeThe seeTIt9 seeThe
The Elephant Kl f1haBt whit whitg Dr r black ttaekIH WukThat blackThat
That 1 cant whip alld Ill give U eu a tip tipIll tipIS
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8t St Louis Times
Curve Pitching Invented in
1870 Says Critic CriticBy CriticDy
What will the baseball ba5 ball rules committee committeedo
do For the first time in years there has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been little said about changing the play playIng playIng playing
Ing rules and the few unimporaiit unimporaiitchanges unlmporartchanges upimporartchanges
changes suggested sugge too for the scoring rules ruleswill ruleswill ruleswill
will no doubt go through with a rush rushbacked rlIsb rlIsbbacked rhshbacked
backed up by the Baseball Writers Vrtteftjsoctatton A Asedation 1 1oe1ation
sedation the one body bod of men yhi fdl1 fdl1knows a aknows
knows the value alue of a uniform arorih arorihrule 8orilg 8orilgrule snoniugrule
rule ruleThe ruleThe ruleThe
The national board will have bay It Its annual annualmeeting ann annualmeeting 11a1 11a1meeting
meeting in January and there ic no nothat doubt doubtthat d J ot otthat
that August HltTlnluan H mruu n will accept acc pt the theposition tileposltfon theposition
position for one more year and for tb tbgood UF UFgood t tgood <
good of baseball let us u hop hope for mar maryears Mary
years to come com I dont look Ioo tar President PrHl t
Tom Lynch to msk make much of it stir a a amember amember amember
member of the board for a year yt or tw
but he will 111 find in Ban Johnson and Ga Gary Gary ia iarst
ry Herrmann able men hewing to the
line for fair play py for all and Mr Lynch Lynchwaa LYA Lynctwas < h hwu
was built on that line lineI lineI C CI
I was very el7 much interested tnt Nlted in Joseph JosephMcElroys JH JusephMcElroys ph phlcElros
McElroys lcElros article in a baseball magazine magazineFor maazn maaznFor magazlnFor
For years a I have hoard people peopl say that thatMann thatMann thatMann
Mann was the inventor Innnt r of curve pitching
Now the old Princeton pitcher admits admitsthat admitsthat admitsthat
that the first time he saw a ball curved curvedwaa curnllwu curvedwas
was by Arthur Cummins In Ootohi Ootohi1S74 tobtl tobtl1S14
1S74 on the Princeton grounds and it itwas Itwas itwas
was after that that Mr Mann dlc di discuvred discuvredthe vr for d dthe dthe
the secret Mr Mann says that he rlelJ rlelJundor is isunder s sunder
under the th Impression Imprf Oft that Cummings and andMathows atdMathews Jld JldMathow
Mathews > were War tbe only ones who bo had tat tatcurve tilt tiltcunei ttcurve
curve at that time tlm and they the bad no con control oOTltrol on ontrol ¬
trol No doubt this Wag Mr Manns hon honest h hureat r rest ¬
est opinion but the fact of the matt mattr mattrthat r nthat rthat
that both Cummings and Mathews ha I Iabsolutely ialNJolutely iabsolutely
absolutely perfect eoctrol in Iflfif lZfl in fa fabetter taP flrbotter taPbatter
better control than any other pitchers pitchersthe Jiteh pitchersthe ni i itho
the country not only om of tbe outcurve bu buthe L Lthe bthe
the shoot taMe and the raise curve curveall s sall san
all professional player of the early ly sev seventies ie ieenUea e eentice ¬
entice will testify to I faced both men menseveral Ill IllHeral rie rieseveral
several time tlm in 72 1 and 74 74 There wrrother Wffother wrr wrother >
other men who need the curve as far farback farback farback
back aa no noJohn ILJohn 7L 7LJohn
John McMullan with 1th the old haymakers haymakersof
of Troy was a fine lefthand CUff curvfpitcher CUffPitcher curtepitcher
pitcher at that tIme ttm I could name sev several Sf Sf6ral ccoral ¬
oral that mattered the curve before Mr MrMann MrMann lr lrann
Mann ann enjoyed th the work of Arthur Cum Curamings Cummlns Curumings
mings It wo wan Cummins who taugt taugtMathews talg talgMathews taugMathews
Mathews the trick and the Brooklyn Brooklynboy Brooklynboy Brooklynboy
boy wonder aa Cummings Cummtn was sty1 sty1In sty ty > l lin 1in
in W 40 had worked but ut the new fad tadoors sevn sevnyears sevtyears
years oors before Mr Mann entered Princeton Princetonas
as a student studentPresident studentPr studentPresident
President Pr b1dent Bbbets says as that baseball Ss Ssstill 11stJU isstill
still In its Infancy and yet Mr Ei Eibeta Eh Ehb6tli Elbets >
beta who is a grandfather was attending attendinga
a primary school in Brooklyn when Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur Cummings was 8S puzzling the scien scientific scientitle mientific ¬
tific men with his remarkable curve curvepitching curvepitching curvepitching
pitching pitchingHABVtABD pitchingRAItVRD pitchingHARVARD
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finally ran intt In19 a real test of it Its strong strongeleven strungeleven trngeloven
eleven this afternoon and in a game in inwhich 1 1which Iwhich
which the score of 12 I to ft in favor favorHarvard favorHarvard OJ OJHartlrd >
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