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necessity for a a new atadlum and It Is Isexpected Isexpected isexpected
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tained It Is proposed that the university universitybuild unIversItybuild universitybuild
build the stadium on tho condition that thatthe thatthe thatthe
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eral treasury 5 per cent annually of the thefunds thefunds thefunds
funds Invested the association to have havethe havethe havethe
the privilege of paying off the principal principalfrom princIpaltrom principalfrom
from time to time as they are able ableThus ableThus ableThus
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Athletic Association and its cost would wouldgo wouldgo wouldgo
go to the university unlversI as an endowment endowmentto
to be reinvested
RACING CABDSTOB CARDS FOR TODAY TODAYJacksonville TODAYJacksonville
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loUie Montroso tc I ITempter Ben Sand 103
Tempter Anderson 113
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Rob Lynch 1W I Dick Moss 113 3
Marian Casey IK Lucky More lose 115 115THIRD 115THIRD 115THIRD
THIRD RACEFiTO and onehalf furlongs furlongsCreaton furlonssCrMton
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Lady Elizabeth 105 Bean HeaI11Ian Man 113
Tom McGrath 110 1 W V T OTorton Of rton 113 113FOURTH 113OURTll 113FOURTH
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Edith Inez 100 10 Trance IS
Suffragist 1 111 John Griffin II v 113 113SIXTH 113SIXTH 113SIXTH
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Bonnie Prince Charlio harile 1 1011 1011GEORGETOWN 187 7 1 1GEORGETOWN IGEORGETOWN
GEORGETOWN OPENS SEASON SEASONInitial SEASONInitial SEAZOtrInitial
Initial Baskethall Game Tonight TonightAgainst Tonightgnlmlt TonightAgainst
Against Baltimore MertlcoThe Mertlco lledicosThe lelIcoThe
The Georgetown basketball quint will w1l1play willplay willplay
play their first game tonight with the theBaltimore theBaltImore theBaltimore
Baltimore Medicos The game should shouldprove shouldprove shouldprove
prove to be a fast one as the George Georgetown Georgetown Goorgetown ¬
town quint Is right up to the standard standardwhHa standardwblote standardwhIle
whIle nothing has been heard of the theBaltimore theBalUmore theBaltimore
Baltimore toam but they always turn turnout turnout turnout
out a good one and will give the Hllltop Hllltoppers II1I1toppars Hilltoppers
pers a hard rub rubNo rubNo rubNo
No admission will be charged but the thefair thelaIr thesir
fair sir sex will not be permitted to wit witness witness witness ¬
ness the game as a a rule rul stands that no nowomen nowomen nowomen
women can be admitted to the gym gymnasium gymnasium gymnasium ¬
nasium The game starts at 830 Lineup LineupGeorgetown LIneupG LIneupGeorgetewn
Georgetown G > QIet wn Positions Balto Medicos MedicosMartin fMlroaartin
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Bchlosser center Lepham LephamMonarch IephamfOUAnh
Monarch Monarchright right Euard guacilIehkellleft Strick Strickllebhell BtrickllebkeU
llebhell lIehkellleft left guard nrdBcheurholtz Scheurholtz
Referee ltofereeMr Mr lr Hushes Hugh Umpire UmpireDr Dr M Maston MastonSailor 1astonSailor ston stonSailor
Sailor Burke Beaten BeatenNew DentonNew BeatenNow
New York Dec 2 2Frank Frank Man Mantel tell of ofPawtucket orPawtucket ofPawtucket
Pawtucket R i who ho has middleweight middleweightchampionship middleweightchampionship middleweightchampionship
championship aspirations subjected Sailor SailorBurke SanorBurke SailorBurke
Burke to a thorough beating In a 10round 10roundbout loroundbout 10roundbout
bout at the National Sporting Club to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night The bout was marred by clinching clinchingtaotlcg cllnchlngtaotl clinchingtactic
taotlcg tactic on the part of tho sailor who whohowever whohowever whohowever
however did not quit under fire and put putup putup putup
up a better fight than usual
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EASTERNTEAMFETED EASTERNTEAMFETEDCapitol EASTERN TEAM TEA FETEDr FETEDCapitol FETED IETEDCapitol
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Capitol Hill Eleven Honored Honoredby Honoredby Honoredby
by the School SchoolWEAVER1 SchoolWEA SchoolWEAVE1
WEA WEAVER1 V 1t IS 1911 IEADEE IEADEEEnjoyable tEADER tEADEREnJonble ADER ADEREnjoyable
Enjoyable Spread Speeches J and andSon andSone andSonga
Sone Son pa Mark Windup of One of ofMost oflUo ofMost
lUo Most t Successful Sucee sfnl SonmonB In History Historyof lUstor lUstorof
of School SchoolConch Conch Charier Donnelly DonnellyRewarded Donae117CW DonnellyRcwrded
Rewarded CW rded for III JIb Work WorkEastern WorkEastern VorkEastern
Eastern High Schools footbaU team teamwas teamwas teamwas
was the guest of the faculty and alumni alumniat alumniat alumniat
at a 8 spread held In the Capitol Hill Hillschool HUlschool Hillschool
school last night nightAfter nightAfter nightAfter
After tho dinner It was apnounced announced that thatWeaver thatWeavor thatWeaver
Weaver the stocky full back b Ck had been beenelected beenelectod beenelected
elected captain for 1911 The Th choice was wasa wasa wasa
a a popular one and he la counted upon to tomaintain tomaintain tomaintain
maintain the reputation Eastern estab established established established ¬
lished this season seasonThe seasonThe easonThe
The Eastern football team has finished finishedone finIshedono finishedone
one of toe most successful seasons In Intho intho Inthe
tho history of tho school Tho team auf suffered 8uftered auffared ¬
fared only on1 00 defeat that by Central Centralin CentralIn CentralIn
in the opening game gameCharley gameCharley gameCharley
Charley Donne DonneV y tho old Holy Cross Crossstar Crossstar Crossstar
star coached the eleven and to his un untiring untiring nfltiring ¬
tiring efforts success was due In appre appreciation appreciation appreclation ¬
ciation of this the members of the squad squadgave squadgae squadgave
gave him a handsome watch fob fobThe fobThe fobThe
The men at the table were exCapt exCaptParker exCaptParker oxCaptParker
Parker Capt Capteloct elect Weaver McCaffery McCafferyDefandorf McCafferyDefandorf MeCafferyDefandorf
Defandorf Wright Williams Pope Wil Wilson WU80n WI WIson ¬
son Whitman Sanderson Smith Chase ChasoEvjms ChaseEVllDS ChaseEvtns
Evjms Baker McGlflln Wells Crisp CrispUnger CrispUnger CrisplInger
Unger Hughes Rnpaport McCoy Fltz Fltzhugh Fttzhligh FItzhugh
hugh Duval Cohill Swartz J Donnelly Donnellyand Donnellynn Donnellyand
nn and < tt C Donnelly who coached the team teamthis teamthis teamthis
this year and to whom all the credit was wasglv wasgIv wasg1vn
glv g1vn n In the afterdinner speeches speech s that thatwere thatwere thatwere
were made by Mr Wallis Coach Don Donnelly Donneny Donnefly ¬
nelly exCapt e Capt Parker Dofandorf Evans EvansCaptolect EvansCptel EvansCnptelect
Captolect Cptel ct Weaver McCaffery Simpson SimpsonMr SimpsonMr SimpsonMr
Mr Field and Dr Small SmallSchool SmalJScltoot SmallSe1too
School Honor Tenm TenmAfter TenmArter TeamAfter
After the spread the boys adjourned to totho totho tothe
tho assembly hall where they were greet greeted greeted greeted ¬
ed by the th whole school who gave gnV them a arousing 0rouslng arousing
rousing good cheor The girls were weremassed werema8iod weremassed
massed to the left of tho boys and the theparents theparents theparents
parents and visitors wore behind the thowarriors thewarriors thewarriors
warriors while they themselves wero In Intho Intho Iiithe
tho front rows at the right of the halL halLDr hallDr ballDr
Dr Small called order and announced announcedMr announcedMr
Mr 111 Wallls the athletic adviser as the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first speaker He spoko on teams past pastand pastand pastand
and present that have represented the theCnoltol theCanttol theCanitol
Cnoltol Hill institution institutionNext InstitutIonNext InstItutIonNext
Next on tho programme came a a parody parodyby pnrodyhy parodyby
by the wholo school about the team The Theaongr Thesong Thesong
song went to the tune of It Looks Like Likea
a a Big Night Tonight TonightCoach TonlghtCoach TonightCoach
Coach Donnelly was next to speak and andtalked anI anItalked antitalked
talked on school sports and also pointed pointedout pointedout pointedout
out that Easterns success was duo to the thefaithful thefaithful thefaithful
faithful manner In which which the team teamtrained teamtmlned teamtrained
trained trainedA tmlnedA
A parody by the school was next on onthe onthe onthe
the programme pro nmme taken from the song songPut songPut songPut
Put On Your Old Gray Bonnet BonnetExCapL BonnetExCapt BonnetExCapt
ExCapt Parker then spoke and when whenho whenho whenho
ho took the platform ha was cheered to tothe tothe tothe
the echo He gave the credit of the fine fineshowing fineshowing fineshowing
showing of the team to tho coaching coachinggiven coachinggiven coachInggiven
given them by Donnelly DonnellyManager DonnellyManager DonnellyManager
Manager Defandorf then took the stand standand standand Standand
and gave tho record of tho past season seasonThe l5easonTho seasonThe
The record follows Gallaudet 6 East Eastern Eastern Eastera ¬
ern 0 Hockvllle 0 Eastern pastern astern 29 St James 1ameO
0 Eastern 32 Gonzaga 0 Eastern Enst 12 Cen Central Central Contral ¬
tral 20 Eastern 0 Western 0 Eastern 5 5Business 5Business 5Business
Business 0 Eastern 6 Technical 0 East Eastern Eastern Eastera ¬
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A parody followed 1011owed taken from Come ComeAlong ComeAlong ComeAlong
Along My Mandy Evans who was an announced announeod anflounced ¬
flounced as a loyal substitute took the thestand thestand thestand
stand and said tho reason he thought thoughtsuch thoughtsuch thoughtsuch
such a fine showing was made was due dueto duoto dueto
to having the best quarter back tho best bestcoach bestcOAch bestcoach
coach and that the faculty took an in interest Interest interost ¬
terest In the team something that they theyhave the thehave theyhave
have not done in years yearsWeaver yearsWeaver eftrs eftrsWeaver
Weaver tho captainelect spoke spoke next nextand nextand nextand
and talked on behalf of the team He Hethanked Hethanked Hethanked
thanked tho members for electing him himcaptain hImcaptaIn hImcaptain
captain and retired greatly embarrassed embarrassedMcCaffery embarrsssetlfcCattery ernbarrasseMccaffry
McCaffery gave the credit for the great greatshowing greatshowIng greatshowing
showing of the team to the coaching of ofDonnelly ofDonnelly ofDonnelly
Donnelly and stated that they would wouldcarry wouldcarry Wouldcarry
carry off the championship next year yearCheer yearCheer eu euCheer
Cheer Leader Simpson Talks TalksSimpson TnlkSimpson TalksSimpson
Simpson who led the cheers at tho thoIntorhlgh thoIntorhlsh theinterhigh
Intorhlgh school contests then took tho thostand thostand tilestand
stand and he was given a rousing cheer cheerHo cheerHo cheerHo
Ho spoke on the great coaching that thatDonnelly thutDonnelly thatDonnelly
Donnelly gave tho team and said had hadIt hlldit hadit
It not been that the Central game was wasI wasplayed wasplayed
I played early the team would have given giventhem giventhem giventhem
them a a harder rub rubA rubA rubA
A song followed by the girls of the thoschool theschool thaschool
school to tho tune of Any Little Girl GirlIs GirlIs GirlIs
Is a 0 Nice Little Girl GirlTho GIrlrho GirlThe
The featuro speech of the evening came camenext camenext cainenext
next when Mr Field father of Jack JackField JackFIeld JackField
Field who played half back on the Yale Yaloteam Yaleteam Yaleteam
team took the stand and was cheered by bytho bythe bythe
the whole school Ho boosted the gamo gamoalong gamoalong gamoalong
along and said that it taught tho boys a agood a agood agood
good lesson He said that a man who whowent whowent whowent
went into life with the spirit that tho thoEastern thoEutern theEatorn
Eastern boys showed in their games was wasbound wasbound 1
bound to succeed but the lnly fault that thathe thatho I
he h could find with tho game was that thatthe thattho thatthe
the girls coud not participate In the theNorthwest theNorthwoat theNorthwest
Northwest part of this country ho went wenton wenton wenton
on to say S Y when you pass a schoolhouse schoolhoUSQoou schoolhouseYOU Bchoolhousoyou
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playing basRetball and the boys are root rootIng rootIng rooting
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to sea a girl in basketball bloomers bloomersbut bloomersbut bloomersbut
but Is not as bad as seeing thorn in a ahobble a ahobble ahobble
hobble skirt This T ls made a decided hit hitwith hitwith hitwith
with tho whole assembly assemblyDr assembl assemblDr
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year ear made by the team was due to the thefact thefart thefact
fact that the boys had proper training trainingand trainingand trainIngand
and the coaching that thatthey they received was wasof wasof wasof
of the best In the city elt He stated during duringhis durInghis duringhis
his speech that the physical laws of life lifewould lUeWould lifewould
would not allow a man to smoke con constantly constantly constantly ¬
stantly or stay up until 12 at night and andthen andthen andthen
then expect to play the game of football footballas footballas
as it should be played playedThe playedThe playedThe
The last event on the programme was wasthe wasth wasthe
the th presentation of the letters to the themembers themembers themembers
members of the football team that par participated particlpated j jtlclpated
tlclpated In two full halves Twelve men menreceived menlcled menioceived
received the coveted letter They were wereParker wereParker WereParker
Parker Weaver Wright Trlght Williams Pope PopeWhitman POIleWhitman PopeWhitman
Whitman Sanderson McCaffery Defan Defandorf Defandort Defandorf ¬
dorf Smith Chase and Evans Dr DrSmall DrSmaJl DrSmall
Small gave each member a 0 short talk talkwhen talkwhen talkwhen
when ho h presented tho letters lettersPENSACOLA lettersPENSACOLA lettersPENSACOLA
PENSACOLA BESULTS BESULTSFIRST RESULTSFIRST BESULTSFIRST
FIRST RAOEEeren RAOESeT I1 furlongs Broken Ties Tie ICO ICODoooron 10DOOOTon 110Dcooren
Doooron 3 1 to 1 wx woo Inflection 103 I < B Bauer Blueto Bausri 2 2to 2to
to 1 second Omicron 100 IrvIn 4 to 1 third thirdTime thfrdTime thiritTime
Time 13335 133 35 Restless Lady Little Litt Lighter Don DonHamilton DonlIamiltoo Donhamilton
Hamilton Virginia Maid IakI Sir Waller Wa Rollins R ll1na and tnaFrsnk andFnnk antiFrank
Frank Fatten also ran ranSECOND mn6ECO ranSECOND
SECOND 6ECO D RACBSertn furlongs Albion H IL 1U 1UGriffin 1UGritBn 114Crilila
Griffin 3 to I wm W tl Wara WArMr r Grlswrtl GriAwt > U 103 Wets Wcispen Wetspen Vdspen
pen 8 to 1 second Bethlehem othldtem 11 114 Lewis ms 15 to
1 third Time 13335 Dr Crook Herman Doyle DoyleWarden D03teWarden DoyleWarden
Warden Night Mist Ust Vanra Dander and Procla Proclaalso Proclaalso Prailaalso
also ran ranTHIRD ranTHIRD ranTHiRD
THIRD RAOBSlr and onehalf furlongs furl on Alice
109 Burton 10 to 1 won Golden Castle 109 lack Jackson lackIOO lackeon
son 3 to 5 second SOon Leer 10ft 1 Ramsey 6 6to 6to 6to
to 1 1 third Time 125 25 Ben fl Howe Hiram O Oilickle OMickte 0Miekle
ilickle Tight Knight and HOTBOT E also IO ran ranFOURTH ranFOURTIt ranFOUILTU
FOURTH RACBFhe furlongs furl La U Mexican fwQIlID9
108 Griffin 4 to 1 won Cherokee Rose 112 Bur Burton Durton flueton ¬
ton 2 to 1 second Bright Maiden 112 Steele 10 10to 10to 10to
to 1 third Time 104 10U5tGotden 10635Go1dm 35 f Golden Ruby RubMluhe RubMluheand RubySIisatyeand Missile Missileand
and Sandiver also ran ranFIFTH ranI ranPIFIIL
FIFTH I II RACE ItACFour Four and onehalf furlongs furlon Star Starof Starof Starof
of Venus 100 lynn 2 to 1 won Loadstone EJ EJPryor s sPrror 12Prior
Prior 10 to 1 second Nora Emma 92 2 Burton
6 to 1 third Time 05725 O5i Z5 5 Stafford John Mam MamChenoult MarrsJ1encult MacreCenan1t
Chenoult < Luostta School Mum Bererrtein and andEUlo andElfo andElate
Elate Van also ran ranJACKSONVILLE ranJACKSONVILLE ranJACKSONVILLE V
JACKSONVILLE RESULTS BESTJITSFIRST RESULTSFInST ItESULTSFIRST
FIRST RACEFiio and onehalf furlongs Pho Phoronia Ph PhronlA Phoronla
ronlA 105 Adams 8 to 1 won Wool Spun 111 111i 1IlDueDJJrt 111Darenport
i Darenport 5 to 1 second CDI1d Madeline fadellra I L 105 But ButI Butwem Butwell
I well 7 l to 1 third Time 108 35 3 Lydia LydIaWoolcuta Lee LfeI LeeWoolcMta
I Woolcsata Lou Lanier and Anna also ran ranSECOND ranSF ranSFA10NL
SECOND SF OSD RACESIX furlongs The Nigger 100 100Bell 100BelI 100Bell
Bell T l to 1 von Adrian 107 Butwell 4 to 1 1second 1second 1socond
second Jack Denmat Det1m 107 Obert 2 J to 1 third thirdTimp thirdTiIIlt thIrdThnt
Timp 113 35 Patrick a 8 Band Hill County Qunt Tax TaiHeatherbloora TaxHeathcrblootU TaxHeathcrblooin
Heatherbloora Antoine and Wbitevrool also ran ranTHIRD ranTHIRD ranTHIRD
THIRD RACEFire and onehalf oneh f furlongs Billy BiyBarnes BUlyRames BillyBarnes
Barnes 107 Lang 5 to 1 won ri M IL ior > r 112 But Butwell flutwell
well w U 2 to 1 second Splinters 112 Trailer 8 to
1 third Time 1S lOSs Z5 Dell Americaneer Red RedBob RedBob RedBob
Bob ColletU and Tippy also ran ranFOURTH ranFOURTH ranFOURTH
FOURTH RACESix furlongs Alfred the Great
118 Trosler 1 to 2 won Flyiag rbg Baulrrel 137 137Bell WDem 107Bell
Bell Dem 4 to 1 second Detect lOG Ross 15 to 1 1third 1third 1third
third Time 114 16 Herpes and Galley Slate SlaTBalso Slateal Slaeale
also al ale l ran ranFIFTH nnFIFTH ranFIFTH
FIFTH RACESte furlongs King ATondale 110 110Bell 110Dell 110Bell
Bell 1 l to 10 won Bat MasUrson 109 Goose Gameto 7 7to 7to
to 2 second All Red 103 1 DaTenport 7 l to 2 2third Zthird 2third
third Time 113 U 5 J A A Monroe Rwebure RwebureWise Rtlsebu1lWise B4naburgVise
Wise Vise Mason Canoplan and Gilpin also 30 ran tinSIXTH ranSIXTH ranSIXTH
SIXTH llAOEOna and onosixtecnth miles milesBtoneman mUrsStontfIUD milesStoneman
Btoneman 109 111 Roes eren won Shapdale 109 109Obert tOOObert 109Obert
Obert 12 to 5 second Sigo 100 Bell 5 to lr lrthird 1 1thin Ithird
third Time 119 26 Mamie laxne ame Algol Oberon Ha Hadram It Itdium Radiuni
dram Star and Hibemica 1I1bm = also rajv rajvJTTAEEZ ftJ ftJJUAREZ ran ranTYAaEz
JUAREZ EESTJjLTS EESTJjLTSFIRST RES BESIJiLTS BESIJiLTSV BESIJiLTSFIRST TS TSFInST V
FIRST RACESlt furlongs line 107 CMurphy
6 to 5 won Signed 111 11 Thompson 3 to l 1f6eeond 1f6eeondOutficlder 1seeondOutfielder 6econd 6econdOutfldder
Outfielder 100 1 Nolan 8 to 1 third Time la lU 25 25Clay 25ctay 23Clay
Clay GehnIcht Ben Price and Stalwart Lad Also altoran Alsoran alsoran
ran ranSECOND SECOND RACE RAOEF1Te Five and onehalf furlongs furlongsChipultepec furlongsOhapultepec furlongsChapultapec
Chipultepec 13 Benchoten 7 to ID von Elder ElderICO EldertOO
tOO Nolan 8 to 1 second secondi Bon Ton 107 Kennedy KennedyS
5 to 1 third Time Tim TimeS 108 23 Oobelskill James JamesBlackstocfe JunesntAdtstDck 3aznesJllackstoc
Blackstocfe ± Mrs n Nugent and Deerfoot Du oot also ran ranTHIRD ranI1IInD ranTHIRD
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third Time Time 112 11 3 36 Short Order Vesme La LaDestra L LDextra LaDextra
Dextra Marcus 11J1CU5 and St SL KUda KUd also ran ranFOURTH nonFOURTH ranFounTli
FOURTH RACESeTen furlongs JacaaeMni 105 105Nolan 100NotanJ 1115Nolan
Nolan NotanJ 5 to 1 won Tho Wolf 105 Murphy 3 to toI
1 second second nd Ocean Queen 108 Gans 5 to 2 2 third thfadTime tJWdTime thirdTtme
Time 127 Donate Lomond Potts Otilo awl awlWork AJIdWark astIWork
Work Box ox also ran ranFIFTH n1lFn raerirrIi
FIFTH Fn H RACBFire and onehalf farlCHCi farlCHCiRound r rnound farIgaRound
Round the World 120 Rice 1 to 2 won Frank FrankMullens Ftutfullens Frank3iullens
Mullens 113 Wilson 12 to 1 eecond Duboise 110 noKennLdy 110Kennedy
Kennedy IS 1 to 1 third Time 107 1O15 25 2 Rue RaeUncle RueUncle RueUncle
Uncle Bin and Welt Point also ran ranBIXTII ranSIXTH
SIXTH RACEFlTe and onehalf furloifc turlozs Miss MissCaithness fJM fJMCaithness
Caithness 102 10 Bcnscbotea 6 to 1 won TIRl Gene GeneWood GmeWood Geneood
Wood ood 110 Reynolds 7 to 1 sacoad S COftd Ice Woods
K I 101 Smith r to 2 third Time 1 11 34 Preen PreenEd PmnEd PreenEd
Ed Holly Yankee Niece Valley alley Stream m Bell BeMFlower BellFlower BeltFlower
Flower Pilian Shamrock and ROM Daly also ran ranSAN I1U1SAN ranSAN
SAN FRANCISCO RESULTS RESULTSFIRST RESULTSFIRST RESULTSFIRST
FIRST RACE RAaEFiTe Firo and onehalf OD half furlongs tm1an Tim TimJudge TimJudge TimJudge
Judge 110 ShiUins 4 to 5 won Tay Par HI HIArchibald 111Arch1 litArchibald
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8 to L 1 third Time 1OT25 111l 25 Etldie Eddl Dal Dais I Ilrtek IlrtekDob Irte4Bob > te4a te4aBob
Bob Chocolate Fbntello Ord Cl111e Herbert Waco Bill Billand Bnland Billand
and Parlor Par r nor Bo also ran ranSECOND nnSECOSD ranSECOND
SECOND RACEFutnritjr RACEJ turitr course Quality Street steetlU
112 Garner 5 to 1 won Miss Sly 107 OlcCarthy t3IccrtkyII 3 rtJtr
11 to 5 second Banocdla 107 Callahan 2 to 1 1third 1third 1third
third Time 10925 l 100 25 5 Beda lied Sonia Cameo and andDescendant andDescendant andDescendant
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THIRD RACE RACESix Sir fortones Bemcenoa BerTi n 112 112Glass 1I 1IGlS 112Glans
Glass 6 to 5 won Prudent l de1lt 103 Gilbert 10 to 1 1second 1d 1recond
second d Oombury 105 Garner 25 to 1 third Time TimelU
lU 1 10315 13 15 l3 Emma R Routine Novgorod NOT Special D Dllrery Do DolIrery Dolivery >
livery Titus II Nettie Netting and Argonaut also ran ranFOURTH ranFOURTII ranFOURTh
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Elgin 51gm 10 100 Thomas 12 to 1 won Capt Baroett Burnett 105 105Garner 103Garner j jGuner
Garner 7 to 2 second Molescy 100 Kederis 9 9to Sto I Ito
to 2 third Time ISO 15935 3 Star Actor Bellerlew BellerlewSir BellerlewSir BelleriewSir
Sir Wesley and Swell Girl also ran ranFIFTH ranFIETH ranFWrH
FIFTH RACE RAOEOne Ona mite mltt Tony Faust 114 Archi Archibald Archibad Archbald ¬
bald 2 to 1 won Cabin 112 Mentry 18 to 5 5second 5e 5aecond
second e < < ond Doralta 111 Gamer 7 to 1 third Time T1melU
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SIXTH RACESix furlongs BeManlcker 110 110Leeds noLeeW 110teeth
Leeds 6 to 1 won Harry Stanhope 105 lC Cava Cavanangh CIlTanaugb Caranaugh
nangh 6 to V 1 second Pal 109 Garner Oarn 4 to 1 1third 1thinL 1third
third Time 1U Lookout Wap Hannibal Bey
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Lowfi Lewis 85 ItO 110 James JamesTota 188 3O5 110 110Totals 110Totals
Totals Tota 451 493 555 5 1 T otsis als 431 4F6 531 531Syinanoekie 1 1Srmanoskie
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Oaodwln Odwin T4 101 1 < 11 96 9 Tctten 99 9 101 IQ 112 112Mnllin J12Mu1Un 112Slullin
Mnllin 98 85 103 like I 96 107 ItY 97 97Whitman 97Whlttnan
Whitman 88 83 K Kilby KilbyTotals 86 107 111 111Totals 114Totals
Totals 4S7 4 4 455 430 Totals 431 sl7 511 51 5UJ 5UJNATIONAL SIt SItNATIONAL 514NATIONAL
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IIomtrd S7 99 83 Harlow M B3 Ire IreDaum 102Baum
Baum 95 93 121 Mtchaud Ichaud I ITota15 100 10 03 03Totals
Totals 464 4 479 518 1 Totals 583 5 491 400 400V 410v fl 1 1V
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WASHINGTON RAILWAY RELIEF ASSO A8SOMechanical ASSOMechanical ASSO3ccbanlcal
Mechanical I Lighting Co CoSis CoBb 61eSi
Sis Si 141 157 112 I I Brooks 148 183 IS I IIellingtnn 121Mellingtnn i iMellington
Mellington 121 122 135 13 White l1lte 118 11 12 12Redmond 121 121Redmond 1ZRedmond
Redmond IE 151 143 175 Hays H I HO HOHomlne IroJIomfn 110lOoming
lOoming JIomfn 126 153 169 Uoodhart 1TO 1iOlU ill 116 116Wenner 116Wenner 116Wanner
Wenner 169 166 157 Monaban 116 175 175m l1 l1Cooke 175Cooke
Cooke m 131 191 191ToWs 191Totals im imTotal
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A doubleheader will wlllb < be b played at the theJToune theounS theyoung
young ounS Mens Christian Association to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night As an added attraction a game be between between between ¬
tween tho Railroad Y M C A team and andthe andthe andthe
the Rovers of o the Central Branch has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been arranged for before tho regular regularleaguo regularleaguo regularleague
leaguo game between the Y 7 M C A ARegulars ARegulars ARegulars
Regulars and Carroll Institute The first firstgame firstgame firstgame
game will start promptly promp3y at 8 p m and andthe andthe andthe
the lineup will be as J follows followsRRYMCA followsRRY followsRIISMCA
RRYMCA RRY fCA Positions PmiU ns YMCA YIC Boron RorcrsBnlliran nOTenSulliTan BoronSufliran
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Taylor right forward fOfW n Hanna Btrambaugh BtrambaughPJatz StrallbangbPlatz StrausbaugliPlata
Plata center Dttt W V V Valk ValkS ValkSeDstna1 V31kSensensy
S SeDstna1 nsenay left guard uard McDonald McDonaldDrelsenstok 3ic9onaidV lcJonaldDrelrensrok
V Drelsenstok DrelsenstokCoriutsr Drelrensrokiht DreivenstokC
Coriutsr C rhlEg right iht center SIcKajr McK r Allvrtns
I SHORT LENGTHS LENGTHSWhile 1 19tiIe I IYJtlIe
While YJtlIe rittshnrff baseball officials officialslaugh offlelnlslaugh officialslaugh
laugh at the idea of trading their great greatshortstop greatshortstop greatshortstop
shortstop Hans Wagner to Cincinnati Cincinnatitney CIncinnatitley Cincinnatithey
they dont deny that the big fellows use usefulness usefulness usefulnens ¬
fulness fulness jo 0 the Pirates Is at an end endEhhetft endEblJetJI andV
V Ehhetft and nn Herrmann are sinking sinkinga
a football out of little Tommy TOJl1m McMillan McMillanOna MeMfilanOne 1r l1an l1anOna
Ona says this thl and the other says some something iOmlthing something ¬
thing different and Tommy does dO not notknow notknoW notknow
know where he Is IsEver IsEver IsEvers
Ever and Callahan will be thenext the thenext thenext
next number ladles and gentlemen gentlemenThey gentlemenThey gentlemenThey
They are not actors but plain baseball baseballplayers I Iplayers jplayers
players earning an honest living at stage stagework stagework stagework
work in the winter time timeMfinasrerM timennaJ1erJII timeManagers
Managers nnaJ1erJII of boxing clubs in New NCTTYork NewYork etT etTYork
York are not so sure that they want a aboxing a aboxing aboxing
boxing law They The suggest a n mass meet meeting meetIng meetinK ¬
ing of club owners to talk It over overJohnny overJohnny overJohnny
Johnny Evcra Elerll intense teDlle desire to iocoach tocoach tocoach
coach the Middles died out after he hetalked hetalked hetalked
talked with 1tl1 Charlie Murphy Th The con conversation conversation convorsatlon ¬ V
versation cost the Cubs magnate the theprice theprIce theprIce
price of an airship airshipLnjoie alrsl1lpLajoie airshipLajole
Lnjoie Lajoie boosted his uniting average averagemore averagernor averagemore
more rnor than fifty points by resigning as asmanager asmanager b bmanager
manager Now he Is going to quit as ascaptain ascaptain ascaptain
captain Lajole figures that ho will beat beatout beatout beatout
out Cobb nest n ct year mf even If he has to tocut tocut tocut
cut two syllables off his name nameAhc nameAbe nameAbe
Abe Atiell is one chnmpiorTswho chnmpiorTswhodoes eJtnl11ploJ cJtnznpIosvb cJtnznpIosvbdoes bo bodoes
does not want to belong to tho th Come ComeBack ComeBack ComeBack
Back Club Abe is the original member memberof
of the Getitandholdfast Association Associationflportlnc AssocIaUonAJiportlnl AssociationA
AJiportlnl A sporting writer in London says aoyaIthat 8ay 8aythat saysthat
Ithat that Stanley Ketcholl tho late middle middleweight miMlewolght middleweight ¬
weight champion was w an Englishman Englishmanand EngU Englishmanand hmon hmonand
and that his parents will put In a a claim claimfor claimfor claimfor
for his estate It was the general generalthought generalthought genera generathought
thought that this poor fellow was a a Pole PoleYnle PoleYnlc
t 0Yale
Yale Favors New 1Footbnl1 1Footbnl1ew PootballNew Football FootballNew
New ew Haven Dee 24Seventeen 2 + Seventeen Yale Yalefootball Yalefootball
football men who got their Ys this thisfall thisfnll thisfall
fall gave their views today to the Yale YaleNews YaleNews
News on the new football rules Their Thlrgeneral Th Theirgeneral lr lrgeneral
general opinion Is that the game Is more moraInteresting moreInteresting moreInteresting
Interesting both from tho players and andthe ondthe andthe
the spectators standpoint There Is less lessdanger lessdanger lessdanger
danger attached to the present game and andthey andthey V Vthey
they all think that a n man has to use his hishead hIShead hishead
head more than ever before beforeMayflower betoreJlnf1ower beforeMayflower
Mayflower Indoor Team CIinllciiffCB CIinllciiffCBSporting ChnllengeSportfng ClsallciigeeSporting
Sporting Editor Tho Washington Herald HeraldDear HeraldDear V VDear
Dear Sir Will you ou pleaSfc plea b publUh In Inthe Snthe 1 1the
the sporting sheet of your paper a achallenge a achaltenge aehaienge
challenge for an Indoor baseball game garaowith gamowith gamewith
with the team from the U S S May Mayflower Maytlowcr Mayflower ¬
flower Central Y M i C A preferred preferredVery preferredVery preferredVery
Very truly yours H H HIKES HIKESU I1I ES ESU
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