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THE WASHINGTON. HERALD. SATURDAY. JULY 27. 1912.
0. S. S. Indiana Ball Club Challenges All Local Amateur Teams
Fast Sailor Team Wants
,Games with Local Clubs
U. S. S. Indiana Outt Chal
lenges Any Nine in, the
By C. W. SWJLf.
The crack bail club from the U. S. S.
Indiana, now at the League Island Navy
Yard tn Philadelphia, would like to book
several games with the strongest clubs
In the District, none barred.
Manager W. V. Collier, who Is leading
the Sailors, had charge of the Naval
Medicos last year In the Marquette
League, and won the pennant. Since
taking the Sailors In hand. Manager
Collier has whipped the bunch Into a
mighty good ball club, and Is after a
aeries of games In Washington.
This Is a good chance for some strong
amateur club tq book the Sailors here
for a Sunday game, and while nothing
definite Is known, there Is a chance to
see them In action against the Cornell
Tigers at Capital City League Park In
the near future. Manager Cornell has
cot been approached In the matter, but
when he learns that the Sailors Issue
a sweeping challenge, he will hardly let
It go by unheeded.
Manager Collier may be reached at
the Navy Yard. Philadelphia, care the
V. S. S. Indiana.
Fepco made It eleven straight wins
yesterday In the Independence League
by defeating Aloyslus, E to 1. The Elec
tricians look to be sure winners In the
pennant race, and as they have not lost
a game since the 3d of June, when they
lost to Manhattan. 3 to 2. It looks like
Two games will be played Sunday, the
Loftier and Manhattan clubs playing both
games. Monday, Pepco faces Loffler and
the Meat Cutters will have their last
cnance to regain lost ground.
The following- schedule of the East
Washington Sunday School League will
obtain next week:
July 29 Metropolitan Presbyterian Ta. Pint Pres
byterian. July 20 Xtoth Presbyterian ts. First Presbyterian.
July 31 Flnt Metropolitan Prrsbyterlui is. Metro
August 1-Klrat Presbyterian ra. Flirt Metropol
August 2 First Presbyterian ts. Ninth Presby
terian. August 3 Ninth Presbyterian n. Metropolitan
Two stellar attractions are to be staged
at the R. R- Y. M. C. A. League
grounds. Fifth Street and Florida Ave
nue, to-day. which should prove well
worth seeing. At 2 o'clock the officials
of the Adams Express Company and the
officials of the Washington Terminal
OUR ANNUAL SUMMER
As a discerning man should be interested in BENJAMIN
CLOTHES, the clothes preferred by critical New Yorkers, be
cause of their excellence in quality and their authoritative New
Our Entire Stock Is Now
All $35.00 Suits Now $24.25
A small lot of suits in broken sizes; some that sold as high
Clearance Price, $8.25.
FINAL CUT ON STRAWS
Any Straw Hat djl ff
in Our Stock MJ-UU
Regular $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, and $5.00 Hats.
Clearance Sale on Shirts.
We are cleaning out all our broken lots of shirts Madras,
Soisette, and Mixtures of Silk and Linen Stiff or Soft French
Cuffs. $2.00, $2.50, and $3.00 Values,
26 Dozen Madras and Percale Shirts, with Stiff
Cuffs. $1.00 and $1.50 Value. Now
SILK - O
)ur latest novelty in neckwear. A four-in-hand of solid
silk with crochet stripes. A 50c scarf.
Special Price, 25c.
New York Avenue
Company 'will clash In their first annual
game. At 5:45 Adams and Car Depart
ment nines win ao battle.
The first game between the old-timers
should be an Interesting one. and It Is
expected that a large crowd will find
time to wander northeastward for the
express purpose of seeing the officials
play. Although the players themselves
will feel the results of the efforts after
so long a layoff, the scorer and the um
pire will be the two busiest men In the
Should Car defeat Adams In the sec
ond number of the programme, they will
be tied with the expressmen -for second
place. But should the Carmen lose they
will practically be out of the scramble
for the gonfalon. Manager Snyder will
In all probability work Big Bryant on
the " mound, although Spence Harvey
may do the twirling. Fitzgerald will be
on the receiving end no matter which of
the pitchers ascend the knolL Kllrov or
Bell and Johnnie Callow will be Manager
layiors battery selection.
At the meeting of the Northern Associa
tion, held last night at the residence of
President Anglin, the Park team was
awarded the game In controversy, and
by the addition of this game, leads the
league with a percentage of .711 The
contention of some of the managers as
to the correct computation of the stand
lngs of the different clubs failed to ma
terialize. All were pleased with the out
come of the meeting, and the following
list of postponed games as adopted:
Jolr 2-Andrewa r Herald.
July 30 Seaton va, WaTerley.
Jnlr Si-Herald ts. Regents.
August 1 Park ea, Andrew.
August 2 Seatoa Ta, WaTerley.
August 3 Open date. ,
August S Herald a Seaton. ,
August fr WaTerley Ta Andrews.
August 7 Regents Ts. Herald.
August s WaTerley Tm- Para.
August ft Snton ts. Andrews.
Ausuat 10-Open date.
August 12 WaTerley Ta. Andrew,
August 13 Park ra, Andrews.
August II Herald ts. Seaton.
STANDING OF THE CLTJE3.
w. l. ret. i w. l rw.
r.rt 15 .Tl Herald . 11 IM
UaTerley U T .SiO I r-aton. t U .)
liegents....... la is .see Anarrws i u .cm
GAMES AEE FAILURE.
Olstuplnd Disappoints front Finan
Stockholm, July 16. As expected, the
Olympic games proved a failure from a
financial point of view.
Stockholm's experience was similar to
that of London during the coronation,
the Swedish foreign press printing stories
of prohibitive prices asked for accommo
dations at hotels and apartment houses
here, with the result that the crowd
stayed away, this despite the efforts of
the management of the games to coun
teract the newspaper reports by exten
sive advertising. As a matter of fart,
there were plenty of rooms at reasonable
and 14th Street.
Eddie Thompson fitches Newspaper
lads to 4. to 1 Victory Over
Eddie Thompson bad the Indian sign on
the Waverley club yesterday In the
Northern Association, beating- them 4 to
1. assisted by the remainder of The
Washington Herald team.
Waverley previous to yesterday's de
feat was tied with the Park team for
first place and confidently expected a
victory. Eddie Thompson, however,
pitched a great same, fanning eleven
and allowlne but biz scattered hits.
Stanton was reached for four hits In the
four Innings he worked. Sam HUleary
setting a four-base clout. Score:
Omenta. It. 1 0 1 t 0
Dokman. o... 0 12 J 0
Staunton, p.. 0 a 0 1 0
Koono, p.... 2 0 0 0 0
Totala..... 2t in I II Totali...... a 5 a I
Herald.- 1 0 0 S 0 0 0-4
Waterlr. 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
Rons Braen, Erasa, lflllfrr, Donaldson, IUnufr
dcU. lift on baaea-Wsterly. ; llsrald. 1 Flnt
base on balla Off Thompson, 3. off Stanton, 1. Xn
nin;i pitched Br Start ; br Nooua. a. Hita
madt 03 Stanton. 4; ocar. 1. BUuck ont-Br
Stanton. 2; br Xooor. . V Tbompann. 11. Home
run-HMrTT. Sacriac hlv-Roach. Stolts bam
llorch (2), Roach. Maruen (D. Krani. Doable
playa Ramadell (nnasaiftMJ. Tnohr to Janghaoa,
lilt br tdtchrr-ibr Stanton) Thompson, l'aaaed
ball Brpm. Umrara Mr. JmHna. Time of game 1
hour and 30 mlnotea.
STATION LOSES AGAIN.
Carmen Move Up in It. II. V. 31.
C. A. Lranci lO to 2.
Car moved to within half a game of
Adams yesterday In the R. R. T. M. C.
A. League, defeating Station 10 to 2.
Jim Callow twirled good ball and was
never In danger. Handy starred In the
field and at the bat. Score:
I Krhl. cf l o i o t
KDOU. d.... Z 0 1 0 2 . K Callow, p.l 1 0 i 1
Scott, d 110 OlKllroT. ..... 110 0
jaeaaon, Rai. A e 0 4
Rona-F. Sollitan (2). rush. J. SulUian (3). J.
Callow. Kebl. Stantbuir. Bell. Hand? (2). tint
baae br emwi Station, 3; Car, 3. Lrfl on baace
Station, T: Car, 4. Flnt bane on balle-OS Januoo,
2; off llajnca, 1; off J. Callow, X Inning? pitched
-Br Jacaaoo. 31 J, bj Haines, 4 2-3. HtU maJe
Off Jackano, 4; off HarDee, 7. Struck out Br
Jackson. 1; br Karnes, i: br F. Callow, 5. Two
bass bit Uandr Sacrifice hlls-Hamea, Small
wood. Saertnoo fflfW Callow, KtM. Stolenba.cs
Harnes, Land, rb. rngh, J. Callow, Kehl U),
StanabuiT (2), KCnr, Ilardj (21 Hit br fitcbT
Br F. Callow (Uajncal. Wild pitcb-Uarnea.
raised balls-J. Callow. Landls. BalkJacason.
Umpire Mr. Handiboe. Time of came 1 hour and
G. P. 0.. 10; War. 1.
AVar was easy for G. P. O. yesterday
!n the Government League, score, 10 to L
Hughes was v. ell out of reach of the
War batters, only four safe hits being
registered off his delivery. Goebel and
Limerick proved at home once they got
on the sacks, five stolen bases and four
tallies being their day's work. Score:
G. P. O. AB H O A E
Llmefk. cf.tt 5 2 0 0 0
Kltx'bons. 3b4 2 3 3 0
Frre aa. 3 100
McLarln. rf... 3 10 0 0
Fuller, lb .... 3 10 0 1
Onion. 2b .... 3 0 2 10
Chnrrh. If ... 2 0 1 0 O
BurtoC. 3b.... 2 0 10 1
Beall. 3b 0 0 1 1 0
H.rmjJ. c... 10 3 0 0
Coomba, as... 2 0 12 0
Lucas, rf 3 10 0 0
Miller, rf 10 10 1
Herbt, 2b.cf 3 0 0 0 0
Hurke. lb 2 13 0 0
Keilr. lb ...20600
txwbrt, Ifjb. 3 12 2 0
Cockrell. c. 4 2 5 2 0
ncguea, y... a a u u v
S 43 8 4
G. P. O 1110 0 0 2-11
War 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Rape Moutgumerr, Limerick. Fitzdbbona, IXerb.rt.
Burke O, Goebel (3), Cockrell. Hucbee. First baae
on erron-G. F O, 3; War, 1. Left on lue
G P. O. I; War. 1 Tint base on balls-Off
Began. 4. Struck out Br Bogan. 2; br Hughes, i.
Two-base hits-JIcLarin, Limerick (2), Cockrell.
Sacrifice flr Hughes. Stolen bases Limerick (2).
FUlgibbons K), Frre. Corbel (3), llnghei. Hit
br pltecer-UT llughea (Uarmal). wai ratcn
Bogan. Umpire Mr. Nalla. Tlaie of game 1 hour
and 30 minutes.
Lincoln, 9; North Carolina, 7.
The Llncolns came to life In the Sun
day School League by defeating North
Carolina in an exciting game, 9 to
AB H O A E
lincrtn. AB n O A B
Loeiff. 3b 5 110 1
Bweeocr. lb... 3 2 4 0 0
Murnhr. rf... 3 10 11
Irer. as 3 0 2 10
aDngIit. p.. 3 2 0 0 0
Mnrr. aa 4 3 4 2 0
Itischoff. If 4 1 a 0 0
Dongenrtr. If 3 1 0 1 0
Ita'Tini. p.... 4 2 13 0
FarrdL 3.. 3 2 0 0 0
Haskell. 2b... 4 2 12 0
Downer. 3b... 3 0 10 1
Kejser. lb.... 3 0(10
4 2 0 0 0
Totals..... 23 ISISl Totals. 341421 4 2
Lincoln 3 110 0 3 0-0
North Carolina. 0 13 0 0 2 1-7
Runs Munlir. Dyer. lTeart. Henderson. Doozn-
ertj. Buealna, Farrell, Long, Sweeny (3, Sesbright
(2), Mnrr, HaakeU, Mess O Earned nrns-Uncoln.
7; North Carolina. 5. First base by errors Lincoln.
2; Nortn Carolina, z. Xjell pa bases Lincoln. 0;
North Carolina. 6. First baw on balls-OS Sea.
bright, 3; off Bussins. 2. Struck out By Seabrlght,
11; by Buasiuf. M. Home run Henderson. Tbrre-
baie hit-Bossiua. Two-base hits-Farrell. Nrias,
8esbrilht. Mum Stolen baees-Sweeney. Haskell ra.
Msrthy. Murr (I). Heard (2). Dyer. Busdna. Hit by
pitcher By seabrlgnt, awwner ana siarpny. WIM
cttches Bussius, 2. raserd balls Henderson. 2:
Busahn, L empire Mr. Venable. Time of game 1
bour ana 3D minutes.
JOHNSON TO FIGHT.
Tlllly Gibson Sajn Champion Acrreril
to Meet Jennnette.
New Tork, July 28.Jack Johnson and
Joe Jeanette will meet In a ten-round
bout staged by the Garden Afhletic Club
Madison Square Garden on Labor
Day If Billy Sullivan succeeds In secur
ing the signature of the champion to a
contract. Gibson, accompanied by Dan
McKettrlck. manager for Jeanette, left
for Chicago this afternoon to sign John
son for the mill. Gibson states that the
match will take place., as he obtained
the champion's consent over the long
distance telephone yesterday. Johnson
will get KS.000 for his end, regardless of
Fire Destroy Match Factory.
New York. July IS. Fire which start
ed in the stock room, where 10.000 boxes
of matches were stored, destroyed the
fcur-story UUllding occupied by the John
T. Huner Match Company, at Evergreen.
Long Island, this afternoon. Over ICO
girls and boya who wer employed In
the factory, inaae an attempt to save the
building, but the flames spread with
such rapidity that the factory waa In
ruins before the arrival of the fire de
partment. Loss. J20,K)0.
Florence Burns) Divorced.
New York. July 26. Charles Whit tni.
drlck obtained a final decree of divorce
to-dap from his wife, who Is In 'Auburn
Prison. Aa Flora Burns., Mrs. Wlldrlck
figured In a sensational murder in this
city several years ago, and she is now
serving a seven years' sentence for nar.
tlclpettlng tn a "bad(er" gam worked
on a weal lawyer
Very Few Players in
Minors Warrant Trials
Kahoe, After Long Trip, Declares that the Bushers
Whom He Has Seen Are Worth Little
More Than Recommendations.
8pecial to The Washington Herald. f
Cleveland. Ohio, July 26. Scout Mike
Kahoe. who has been looking over the
baseball clubs throughout tha Middle
West, arrived here late this afternoon
and had a long talk with Manager
"I have seen several ball players whom
I would ordinarily recommend, and who
would probably be snapped up at once
at a reasonable purchase price," de
clared Kahoe, "but our present club Is
to strong In almqst every department
that I doubt If they would strengthen
us any, so I have simply recommended
that GrlnT put In a draft for them."
Kahoe declares that his Job this sea
son is Just about twice as hard as for
merly. He adds that after looking over
half a dozen leagues he has only seen
about the same number of players who
look to be big league timber.
"The major.ty of the men who looked
best In the bushes are former big
leaguers," continued Kahoe. "You will
find by looking over the box scores that
fully one-half of the best ball players
In the larger minor leagues are castoffs
from the majorri.
CInb Is Stronet.
"Our club at present Is so strong that
these men would simply be In the way.
and would be of no use to Griff. I saw
several likely looking pitchers, but none
who warranted paying big money for
at the present t'rae, as they need ex
perience." Mike Kahoe Is a shrewd Judge of a
ball plaser, and Grift Is confident that
should Kahoe pick out any youngster he
will be worth a thorough trial.
Jack Rjan. who Is now in the South
In search of pitchers, has been tipped
off to several hurlers In Dixieland whom
Kahoe has seen work, and the combined
Judgment of this veteran pair of back
stops aurely makes the outlook for the
acquisition of oung pitchers exceedingly
Thre Is Just a possiDle cnance mat
Ryan will don his mitt and catch Dick
Robertson, the local boy now with the
Sa.tnnah club, of the South Atlantic
League. R)an has been ordered to look
over Heinle Hchultz. with the same club.
and while with the Indians he will see
hat Dick Robertson has In the line
of majority league ability.
Grimth Nat Content.
Griff Is not content to rest on his oars.
and will leave no stone unturned In
order that he may give Washington a
pennant winning club. The addition of
Ray Jloran. the speedy outfielder of the
Chattanooga club, shows that the Old
Fox Is not satisfied with his outfield, and
that he will also corral several young
pitchers before the close of the season
Is an a'sured fact, as at the present
time there are no less than seven young
sters under consideration, and at least
three of these will be brought to the
Capital for a trial before the big league
season Is over
Schultz, the big Dutchman who has
been winning regularly for the Savannah
team, has been highly touted to Manager
Grimth, and It Is not unlikely that
Heinle will be seen In a Washington uni
form during the next homo stay.
There Is also a catcher In the South
Atlantic League who, although nothing
but a kid. has attracted the eyes of
Mike Kahoe. The scout refuses to di
vulge his name, but Jack Ryan will also
take a peep at the kid receiver, and If
he measures up tn the big league stand
ard he will be bought
An American League pennant flying
from a flagpole at the Florida Avenue
coliseum Is no longer a dream of the fan.
but has become almost a certainty, for
from the aggregation of youngsters that
Manager Griffith now has under his wing
championship team Is bound to b
molded together. If not this ear, then
IN DRDNKEN ORGY
Douglas City, Wisconsin, Scene of
War Maneuvers, in Possession
of Inebriated Hen.
Chicago, Julr K. Military experts who
went to Camp Douglas. Wis , to observe
the manemers there, for which Congress
appropriated J1.350.W0, hae returned to
Chicago, and charge that the soldiers
have engaged In a drunken orgy until
the- are unfit to carry on the warfare.
Women who were In Camp Douglas, ar
riving in Chicago, made similar charges
to-day, and further asserted that the
sold ers have Insulted women promlscu
ously, and that an unaccompanied worn
an on the streets of the little Wisconsin
town it a not rife at night.
The United States Army headquarters
here heard the story, and the wires to
tha military camp were kept hot. If
there Is any substantiation of these re
ports. It was Intimated at the army
headquarters, a thorough probe of con
ditions would be made and the officers
In- charge of the men would have to do
a lot of explaining.
One story told here was that a young
girl In a hysterical condition was found
In the railway station at Douglas. She
told women who found her there that
she had started to the station to go to
her home at Tomah. Wis., and that sol
diers had attacked her. while officers
made no effort to protect her.
One story told by a returning visitor
from the maneuvers follows:
The town of Douglas was captured
by men from the 'blue' army, composed
of the Third Wlscons'n and Third Illi
nois National Guard. Third Squadron of
the Fifteenth Cavalry, Battery A, Wis
consin Artillery, and one-half an ambu
lance company from Frt Leavenworth.
The saloons of the town filled quickly.
and within three hours the orgy was In
full blast. Soldiers took possession of
the streets and hurled Insults at women.
Fights and brawls started and soldiers
lay In a drunken stupor on the s'de
walks of reeled and fell Into the gutters.
Tvro Are Hanged.
Nashville. Tenn.. July 26. John Bailey
and George Shelton, convicted of the
murder of Ben Pettlgrew and two chil
dren In Decatur County. Tenn., were
hanged at the State penitentiary here
at 5:06 o'clock this morning. Ed Alex
ander, wno was to be hanged at the
same time, was granted twsnty days'
J respite by Gov,. Hooper, .
BILLY BURK WINS
Favorite Has No Trouble Taking
Feature Event of Closing
Detroit Mich.. July 26. Billy Burk.
favorite In the betting, had no trouble In
winning the free-for-all trot, the feature
event of the closing of the Blue Ribbon.
The brown stallion led all the way in
both heats, winning by several lengths.
A heavy favorite was trimmed In the
2:15 pace, when Our Colonel, a winner
on Monday, became unsteady, after win
ning the first heat easily, and was beaten
In the race by Clara Paul. The Detroit
mare. Alk Coast, failed to get near the
In th free-for-all. Zarlne won without
much trouble, taking three straight heats.
2 1J dais Trotting, jarrje Jl.oaO; 3 In S (three
b. m., by Silent Brook, Laoy Bruenels.
by Wilton (O Macryl Ill
Jofcn VT. Darta, br h. (McDonald) 4 12
Victor Star. b. g ( alenUne) 5(2
At Coast. Ceieitine. . oeen Lale, Mae CusMy.
Annie Kehl and Reubens finished aa named. Beet
Free-for-all daM-Trottlng; pure MtO: 2 In 3:
Euly Burk. br h., by Mlrat Brooe--Cryatal-e
Leaf, by Ondale (MelMnall) 1 1
Don Labrr. br, g (Hodnn) 2 2
Grace, eh. m. (McDetlttl 3 3
ICane (iirdle and KM Dollar finished aa named.
lVst time, 2f36
2 II rie-I'aclng. puce SLOOO 3 in (fonr heata):
Clara Faol, b. m.. by MetdamaRoM
Stratlimore, by Htratnmore (I'ennock) ..4111
Our Colonel, b. h.. by Colonel Oocbran-
Beme. by Bemal IJooe.) 10 3 5
I'at HaU eh. g. (J. E. Benyon) 3 2 3 4
Uafard. Myrtle Baron and Michigan King nnlabed
aa named. Best time. 2 KU
21 class-racing, purv JtTO. 2 In 3; (three heats)
Babe, b. g., by Atlantlc-Gracema. by Tru
man (Jamiioo) 1 J 1
Molly Darling, b. ra.. by Halbron Harriet, by
McEaen (Dean) 3 12
George Hem. b. g. (Valentine) 2 7 1
Mark Mzht. Early Tbseker, Walter J.. Fanny
Stanton, Forest Prnee. Maul G and I4e finished
aa named. Best time, 2bV
FIRST rtACB-Pcr-. COO; for two-year-olds;
about fire lorltcga. S T. Buckner. 119 ( Ousel),
eren, won; ra- On, 113 (II Boms). 3 to 1. second;
I Pee It. 110 (Mondon). 1 u I, third. Time,
029 33. Wild Lassie, Fhilcpeca, and Michael Rice
SECOND RACE-rune. (Xfi; for three-year-olds
and up; fire and rae-Lalf fuiongs. Jennie Wells.
109 (Knight). 10 to 1. on; Gift. 103 (Johnson),
eien. aeonod. Faneuil Hall, III Oloodon), to 3,
third. Time. 1:03 Delightful. Bodkin. NIta, Sabo
Blend, and La, a Ja alao ran.
THIRD RACE-Purse, POD. for three-year-oldJ
and up that hare not "a mere than two races this
jeir fire and onMialf furlongs. Srariet Praperael.
1! (Mcndon). 4 to L won; Eeelyn DorrU. 1")
(McArdle). ( to 1. second. Cslethumrlan. M ICon
rs. 2H to I. third. Time I JO 2 3. Yankee Lady.
Che Dems Ward, and Conain Peter alao ran.
FOl'lrril RACE-rtrr for three-jear-cJds
snd np. sir snd one-half forlcrrv Lroii Drscog
rete. Ill (KnieM) 4 to 3. won. Mad Rlter. 102
(Connors). 2 to L eeond Sea Kitty 111 (Small). 3
to 1. third. Time. 121 Lyne Tender, and Tee
3Iay also ran
FIFTH RACE-Purse. JTO for three-yearoHs
and np that hare ret won more than two races
this year, fife and one-half furlongs. Bay cf
Pleawire. 94 (CarroU). 4 to I. won: Joe GalUnr, HI
(Warrington). 3 to 1. second ; Incision, 111 (Bums).
4 to 1. third. Time. 1J0 Silas Crump. GreDewjuc,
snd Venetisn alvo ran.
SJXTH nACn-Pure. tV for fwir-TcaroVJs ard
up. one mDe Irish KM. Ill fRusU), 3 to S. won ;
Gnlerods. 112 (Carroll). 3 to 2. wennd. Lady
Onmer, 110 (Wamngton), 4 to 1 third. Tune
l.Ht-S. H M Babata. Duke of Brfdgewater. and
Howard Shean also ran.
nraddoclt Hare "o Tronlile Dent
ins Typon by 20 to 7.
By falling hard rn Weaer's delivery
Braddock defeated th Printers yesterday
In the Columbia League, M to T The
Printers' twlrler had an off day, allow
ing seventeen hits, passing eight, and
hitting a batsman Owens, for Braddock,
pitched exceptionally well Score
Brad k. An II O A K I rrtntera.
Johnsoa. If 2 1Z01J fiwirier.
Aitiltb. lb .. S 1 ! 1 0 Milan. 31
3 0 10 0
4 0 W 2 0
4 0 0 5 1
4 10 0 0
lfndd. 'rf.. . 5 0 0 0 0 1 ilheMei
4 110 0
. i 0 G 0 1
Tueaer. e 5 2 3 0 1 Weaiei
Oaena. p..... 4 2 0 3 0 1 Wood.
Totals 4417711 3( Totala . 33 4 3 17
Braldnei 0 0 0 5 4 2 1 S x-3
Runa Johnsri (3). Aaquith (2). Trnr (1) Bull
(3). Uandr (3). Pear R). Mudi Tucker. Ouray
Goucher. Milan. Sue, dett. Jnlien. Tborahera.
Mlhrlde. First bae on errors Bradlnea. 2. Print
ers, 2. Left on haae Braddrek, 7. Printer.
First baae on ball-Off Onens. 2. oft Weaier.
Struck out Br Owen. 3, by Wearer, 5. Taio-basa
ni:a4jirens. Torrey, Sear Stolen Irnaes MUan,
Thornbox. Johnson (3). Awroith. Tnrrer. Itnia (2),
Hin.tr (21, Mndd. Tucker (21. Dutible iJiTJ-lWan
to Elett to Milina. Hit by rtrher-B Wearer
(Terrey) Wild ritchOwens Passed ball-Tueker
(2). Saeu. Umpire Mr. Hmrbes. Tln of rame
1 nour and SO minatea.
Lavender's record was handed some
rough Jolts after the Phillies swooped
down upon Chicago. The Georgian
pitched two Innings In the eleven-round
bout of Thursday nfternoon and lost. lie
twirled three rounds Friday and took an
Blue Serge Coat
YOU WILL PAY $10.00
Every Suit made by us is
guaranteed for style, fit. quality.
New Full Dress and Tuxedos
811 G St. N. W.
Phone M. 2501.
The Lid Is Off
AH of our $3.00, $4.00, and $5.00 Straw Hats, representing
the best there is,
Note this reduction. The goods are exceptionally high
grade. $1.50, $2.00, and $2.50 values
AH colors, all sizes ; regular 25c value.
3 pairs for 50c.
AH silk ; all colors and effects ; regular 50c values.
Beautiful line to choose from ; all the newest effects ; 25c and
2 for 25c.
They are here in Soisettes and Madras; elegantly made, and
sold regularly at $2.00 and $2.50 the suit, - ' -
You might miss an opportunity. Come in to-day.
THE MEN'S STORE
Clarence H. Reizenstein
New York Avenue at Fourteenth Street.
RACING CARD I0R TO-DAY.
FTRST RACE-Two-jcaMjda, jaw added. s
Jeirel r Ada
102 Bunch of Keys
102 Briar Path
102 tVvk o the Walk
1M ' Richard tcnio. 1 1
Itaa.il of Keis and Briar Path. oucrJed.
SECON"l lUCE-Steeplechase. four jear-o!di and j
np: SfflO added, short eonrs I
O Connor 137 ' C.ua Cotton H
IickoUnd IS I Itinimaater . . - W I
Mystic Licht US UU11 Bnds 132
THIBD BVCE fellmt. three-yrar-olds and np
$VX added, ail furlongv
Mlirtc MS ' Dtrinr - .- - "J I
enta etroma" 106 ' Montcalm . . -. 114
Black Chief . .. 1W Keaj . 11? 1
Sherwood 10k Billy Wnderrr 1K
Sea Cliff K ' reeiana .
Isabel Ill I
WinitTJI nACE-Domlrdon handicap.. ISOno mar
anteed; three-year-olds and np. rail and a quarter 1
Ft.. 96 ' Superstition 114 1
John Furlone .. MIT!ie Manajer
1M I Vrrw, t.ir.
". 110 I Mr Charter
111 Piste ;la.
Font and' John Fin-lane Pom entry. Frog U-rst
and otar Charter. Schorr entry
FIFTH RACE-Three-year-olds and up: handicap .
STO0 added, six rnrionrs.
'f 1 linc inawwi . . ...
Altamaha 102 I Lahore . . :
SIXTH B ICE-Selhnit. three yeatolda and up
JVO added; mile and three-sixteenths.
Fslcada M3 ! rcord 10!
Supenlw ll ilre.1 Mnlholland I
Unburn' - -. US Larumla .. 1
SEVENTH ItACE Se'.Hnj: three-year-olds ana
up, (3C0 added, mile and a sixteenth.
Jndfa Mnnca ..
. )05 I Spellbound
.. IX .Sand 11111
.spinn. . . ...
vins-r starvFoe two-year-olds: fire furlocf.
Wool Msson lMItiTsno !?2
IHm't Korret- 110 I Pass On 115
Matlie L. 112 I Thesiem. 115
SECOND RACE For thrce-yrar-olds. Use furlorjs.
Ijidy Hitches. 1C1 I Myrtle Marion. 1W
SL Aaathe 101 I Helen Oow.
109 1 Plarnte..
103 I lMlble. F Ill
Th African 101 !
THIBD RACE For thrre-yearows; nte. ronongs.
;m llr.. 9S!Tee May HO
tlanlen of Rosea .... 101 McArdrcws. 112
Camseima inefKoronl Ill
;E!r " ... 109 ! Ioll Boy Ill
Chen 109 I Kaufman- 112
Haytcarket. Ill I
FOURTH RACE nodicap: mile and a sixteenth
Mttle Marchmont.... lKIOtilo. 110
Jiontdair Kt:nldn Treasure . . 112
Chilton Squaw liOiStickrin H2
FIFTH RACE Selling; lor tcreo-ycar-oiaa ana
np; aix furlonn.
Irish Town 1(3 (Jennie Wella IB
liay or neaaure ivijia ea ga t .
102 1 1 oal shoot
Ocnaln reter 115 1 Joe Rose. Hi
Ben bandan la I
SIXTH BACE-ror three-yearoa ana up; sell
ing: six furlongs.
102 1 lay unmar 111
101 I Joe Calteas.,.,. US
Jim o ,
111 I Smirk 113
btarboard 113 t
HEVEJiTH RAC&-5euuig: three-year-oioa ana
up; one mile.
1 . m iriolmndar 112
Tender...". loo illrrd tardea. lit
Cuttyhunk Ill I Mr Edward..
IKtlr ltnunan........ iiv i .anjrnr mu..
Oarry Herrmann will so to Laughery
Club for a three weeks vacation as soon
as the Reds leave on their Eastern trip.
He will be accompanied by Joe Flanncr,
and all commission business will be trans
acted at the club while they are down
lot " " kaass3fcj
SPORTING GOODS HARDWARE
PAINTS AND OILS
GEO. A. EMMONS,
207 Pa. Ave.S.E.
Phone L 1352.
Now in Full Blast for
Men and Young Men
901-909 8th Streets. E.
Expert Electric Vehicle Repairing
Storage ITatterlew repaired and re
newed. Icnition and Lighting Batter
ies Charged and Built to Order.
SOUTHWORTH KEISER CO.
rhone M. USD. Rear 130 I. St. N. VT.
NO BRANCH STORES
REGULAR S3 AND $3.50 CO CA
SILK SHIRTS - -VA-3U
M. LEVITAN & CO.,
3044 14th St. H. W.