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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1913,
Present Squad Is Strongest Washington Club Has Ever Had Star Hurler of Savannah Club a Hold-out from Sally Team. BASEBALL COMMENT Gallaudet Get a. Flying Start Tom Fisher May Return to Eastern. Climbers Recruit's Are Best In History of Local Club Griff Is Bubbling Over with "Pep" When Kids Work Out. Br WILLIAM PEET. Charlottesville, Va.. March E. Manager Griffith this spring haa surrounded him' self with the best-looking bunch joung ball plavers in the history of the. Washington club, and the Old Fox is go ing to spend more than one sleepless night figuring out the men to keep and those whom he will, of necessity, forced to send away. Two stiff work-outs featured the Initial nr.ictlce today. The recruit outfielders. llj C. W. SWAS. lnttelders and battery candidates were ni-v Pnh.rt:r.r, .!., h,i.. ... .u- forced to toil morning and afternoon. Savannah club of the South Atlantic Nhile the regulars got in one solid hour linip ln.t maenn will K I- i 1.,, ' or llEni ntjrK HUB inuriuiiK. cwc-i. ill be ml&bed by ine bally circuit aggregation this sum mer, according to Harry Dodd, sporting editor of the Savannah Morning News and secretary of the ball club. I-ast season Dick went great, winning the majority of Ills games, and being al wajs in shape to ascend the mound. lie is the most DODUlar member nf the Indian club. nd the fans in Savannah the league art all pulling for him to return. "Dutch' uick has a good position here with) ...,,h ,. the Gas Companv. and from all reports i ,",,," Will tint nlo ..!.,. i .,.i i night one Hut the old spring time vIH soon be here and. when Dick hears the hill smacking Into the bat. he ma reconsider and Join the Indians He asked for a big increase In salarv. too large an in crease for a Sally league club. anil, of course, the team could not stand it. Dick Mated several times that he would quit the game, ami Is at present coaching the Technical High School team weather marked the festivities. At the supper table fo-nlght Griff was the happiest member of the party, sim ply bubbling over with enthusiasm ana telling everjbody that unless hard luck in some form hit his camp he would be ready for the opening of the season with as well-drilled a club as any in Gallaudet got off to a fling start ves terdis. a. squad of thlrtv reporting to "apt Hume IJattiste The men worked for two hours, hitting tho ball, lieldlng and running bases From the material on hand the Buff and lllue -hould have a good ball club Of the new men out Hiemark. a t.itch er looked good He handles himself ni . hits hard and appears to know the game He will be given a thorough trial behind the bat and also on first basr Mirshill, Lapides. and KatmUbScn took turns on tin rublier lobbing the ball over, while "hief Uattiste managed to get in a few minuits on th. Mah. I'oltz. thi star end of the football team was plated .n third base, and handled everv thing tint came his wa. Ro kwell md Hughes worked in short, w th Jacobson and Hedlick on second Truke and Miller worked at lirst. while the latter was also shifted to third base Hattiste will have the mn out again thi-, afternoon at 3 o clock, and practke wl I continue from now on every da, weather permitting. Jth the carefulcst of watching and constant surveillance Johnson, of Hast- rn. could no doubt be turned into a most successful high school twirler. As lias been often repeated, all this bov needs to make him a winner Is strength, for he his beautiful control, a nice curve ball and a straight one th it is tantaliz ing Hut if he insists on uiug a curve ball .md the amount of steam that he has b en putting on the ball during the few worK-outs mat ne nas bad in the open this season, he will be In the same pre-dl-ament that he was In last vear. John son will be a winner if he takes care of Cnplaln. arrival of tho regulars last f the first moves made by Griff was to appoint Germany Schaeffer captain of the Tannlgans. The Teuton has entire charge and will use his own judgment about shifting around the men The infield will be composed of Capt. Schaefer at first. Krhard and Gedeon. second base. Morley. shortstop, and Kebcl Williams, third base. Dutch Munch and Jack i:gan will do the catching For pitchers Capt. Schaefer will have his pick of the even dozen here In cimp. and for his outfield he will use the recruits, t'alvo and Acosta, the Cubans. WcK-honce. Connelly. Al len and Scheer. all of whom will get Into the practice games. For the next two davs onlv- batting and fielding practice will be attempted, but on Saturd v morning the regulars and Unnlmra will hook up in a seven Inning battle, to be followed with a game between the voungsters and the Unl ersit of Virginia team In the afternoon. The writer, who has followed the des tinies of the Washington club during the papt five ears, never saw a likelier look ing bunch of recruits than tho present juad. Of course It Is much too early to tell whit thej will do against major league pitching, but every one handles , t aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKiiaBsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW-'ah sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbs bIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW B.;'.Sibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbfbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbs ViH CLARK GRIFFITH. Cubans Look Great Welchonce and Mor ley Showing Bright. ENTRIES FOR YJ.U0AME5 Young Athletes to Be Seen in Classy Events at "Y" To morrow Night In Pitcher Buck Barton, the Washing ton boy. who made such a name for himself on the District sand lots last rummer "Barton has a nice side de livery," said Walter, "and mighty good control for a youngster." Johnson likes Barton's looks, and will show- the young ster a few of the finer points about whirling. It was amusing to see the regulars work out this morning. Most of them had not seen a ball since the 1912 season closed, and batted against Kngel, Sulli van, and Barton. "Rlppy" Williams hit the first ball pitched for a clean two- bagger, but after that po files. Gandlll and Frank Laporte also gave a fancy exhibition of hitting into ,,,,., , .i r ,W, Musical director of the department. The fouls into tho first-base portion of tho i r ..Ai.. - i. ,. .k- -., a nn. l viii i-vjiiiiuia xuurieen eienu. uiviaeu the regulars were not asked to do more I among ine junior lompetltors. or those than limber up their muscles. Walter , "eiween u ana H. the Intermediates, CLUB RELAY RACES Brent Young Georgetown Star Sprinter in 300-yard Exhibition Run. The full schedule of events, with lists I of entries fur h. Anntial InflnAp m.ot lped v!p weak I of the V. M. C. A bos" department. vhlch takes place to-morrow night, was announced yesterday by Gordon Law, P-B & Co. The Nationally Known Men's Store 'Your "P-B" Hat for Spring SPBING models in P-B Derbies and Soft Hats a score of styles made to fit the features as well as the head of a man. See the Soft Hats in the new Pearl and Blue shades. P-B's, $2, $3, and $4. Youmans, $5. Advance Sale of $8 and tfjrr rrn $10 Panamas JO.OU Genuine Panamas for men at this secial price for this week only. It's an advance show ing and sale. &46&J The Avenue at Ninth r himself like a ball player. Infielders Williams, Morley. Krhard and Gedeon are big, tall, rangy gins, who know- how to field, can throw and who stand up to the plate fiarlessly. Morley and Gedeon look to be the best, but the mar gin Is slight. Coonrllr on Hand. Outfielder Joe Connelly, the heavy hit ter with Montreal last year, reported from his home in Pawtucket, II. 1 . last night and got into harness this morning. He Is a little chap, hats left banded and is fast Ilarrv Welchonce. the Southern League swat leader of 191?. Is taking things eas), but gives one the Impression of being a hard hitter. The Cubans. Calvo and Acosta, are In the pink of condition for the reason that they have been plavlng ball nearly every d ty since last October. Both arc wonderfully fast and because of their superb condition the others suffer in comparison. "Dutch" Munch, the Washington sand- lot catcher, did the bulk of the receiving this morning, as Griff believes he needs the work The other recruit. Catcher Jack Kgan. from Bridgeport. Conn , Is storkv little bow legged chap, who handles himself nicely. Walter Johnson took quite an Interest broktn Johnson. Bob Groom, and Tom Hughes did not even warm up with a catcher. Henry Works Oat. John Henry, who was operated upon for a floating cartilage In his left knee, showed uo In uniform this morning and took his turn at the bat. but wan cau tioned against running, the collegian ap peared to be as good as ever, and If he follows Instructions, should be ready to go behind the bat by the time the season onens. Jack lUan. who has charge of the young pitchers and catchers, was n gaged this aftirnoon to coach the Uni versity of Virgil la nine until the 15th of April and will be with the college every day from now on. working out with them after the Nationals have finished uIng Lambeth Field Up to supper time. Nick Altrock. of the firm of Sih.iefer and AltrocK. comedians extraordinary had not put in an appearance, tut Is expected on ever) train After sunner to-nlcht Manager Grimm helil a snecial meeting, attended by all of his ball plavers, he outlined his train ing camp rules, told each and every one of them what he expected of them and them to understand mat any offender would be punished. Tho re cruit, were lmDressed and It Is not lie- llcved that training camp rules will be MIDDLE-WEIGHTS TO CLASH TO-NIGHT Local Greek Grappler Meets John Le bark, the "German Oak," the Lyceum. bin ilf If Wcte'n cin develop a capable first Iwman the West End school will have an inheld second t" none In scholastic tlrcles in this vicinitv in Buck Howard. Mearns and Bethel Western can boast of three ii-st-el is men But it otten h.ipp. ns tint the work of a star trio like this goes for naught If there is not a o-ipabl- man to work with on the initial sack The man who plavs this sack must not onlj Ik: a goot receiver of throws, but he must displav some degree of head work Of course a star infield bv itself never won a high school pennant for any team. Put with an infield of this callbtr, it will mean the st( rn will win more games with ordinarv pitching than an other team would win with a first-class twirler The outfield it the GeorEetown institution will be a b iter trio than an ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS 1 inal arrangements hate been made for the NEW YORK COLTS TRIM REGULARS IN FAST GAME Bums' Homer in Fourth Drives in De ciding Runs Doyle Leads Batters. Special to The Wajhlnston Herald Marlln. Tex.. March S The Colts wal loped tho regulars in the first game to day by a score of 10 to S and there Is much Joy In tho recruits amp to-night. The game went six innings, but Burns' homer in the fourth, when two bnses were held down by aspiring olts, turned the trick. The veterans" fielding as ragged and Jim Thorpe. In the right restllng bout to-night at the Lv ceum J r'saiont0"'0 "" Capt. DoIe led In tho hatting with doubles and a single, alo starred FORM PLAYERS FARE BADLY IN FOUR RACES Rosebud Demonstrates He Is Best Two-year-older Romps Away from Field. HIGH STREET WINS AT 10 TO 1 Theater after the regular performance, when John Kllonis. the Greek champion, clashes with Jack Lebark, of Germanv. Preparations for the accommodation of the inaugural visitors have been com pleted, and Manager Mayer, of the Ave nue plai house, has left nothing undone to give the ypectttors a grand view of this attractive card. I-cbark Is not so very well known to the local followers of the mat game, but bv what can be learned bv the Northern wrestling authorities the big German Is a crackei)B.ck good man and has beaten all the light-heavy and middle-weight wrestlers that he has met In his tour of this country The "Germ in oak." as Lebark Is better known, weighs 175 pounds, and as Kllonis Is Just slightlv above the middle-weight limit, he will have to hustle to dispose of the Dutchman The local sho-vhouse manager arranged for this meeting of these men liecause he believed that they both are formidable Jaurez. March S. Old Rosebud dem onstrated this afternoon that he Is the 'best two- ear-old In these parts when I he provid his superiority over the field i.i, .bi i...v-a .. xr.. ..... or youngsters opposed to him in tno will be out of the game for the next few opening race and won buck Jumping, davs as a result of a smashed linger he On his recent good race the bookmakers received in to-day's set-to I'itchei Han ley Is also on the hospital list and he hopes to be out soon. Arthur Schafer, who was reported to be a hold-out, re ported to-day and took part In the practice. that has represented Weste'n in a long challengers of the middle-weight title. lime, accoraing to reports So to sum it I l'at O Connor, the popular local official Western needs to devote it-, energy to is the development of a capa ble pl'cher and first baseman If Coach White succeeds in filling these two posi tions with good men. Western should at last win a championship, something that has been snatched from her hands for the last two vears Eastern Is another school th it is ut search of a capable first sker The man who plajed this position n last 1 ear's nine has graduated and a new man must le developed At present. Danforth and Horn are the only known candidates Neither of these men have jet shown their ability. will be the third man In the ring. RECRUITS OCCUPY CHANCE'S ATTENTION The Work of Johnny Priest, the Local Boy, Impresses Yankees' New Boss. There is a possibllitv that Tom Fisher, who recently resigned the captaincv of the ball nine, which subsequently fell to ! am " "Zl "' "',"!"'." - 1 u' JUS iiriuiug aiiu ilij(J. woiij KLAUS GETS WIN OVER BILLY PAPKE made him favorite at 1 to 3. All McCabe had to do was to sit still. Bosebud opened up a big gap at the start and galloped all the way. Favorites fared badly, as only two were able to catch the Judges ee first. High Street, at odds of ten to one. was the biggest upset of tho afternoon. Green Morris was forced to protect Klva after the filly won the third race. Frank Boss bid her up CO) over her entered price t IllsT RACD-Four rirlonts. 01 1 Itsid. J t S. won. ahulncb. 1 to 10. mstoiI, Uliui II, t tn 3. thlnl Tune 0 (7 lnnlefs Jinlcr Ceorco Autum nal Mrritmrxs Nni Hy Kt alo ran. SECOND RArE-sit farlonin. Itaron. 9 ti i won, lVdro. 3 to 1. Mvnad. nto flirl. S to S. thbiL TUn I B. Pare Montiomtrr. Hill Andoww. IU1- VViillic Rock- I dale. Clint Turkrr. an! llldd-n Hand aim ran 'whose ages range from II to lb. and the seniors, who are over 16 vears of age There are also three relay races between organizations affiliated with tho V. M.I C. A. bojs' detriment, and an exhlbl-' tlon 3ffl-)ard race by Urent Young. ueorgeiown s star sprinter, wnose most recent achievement was the winning of the "20-jard oDen handican In the Johna- Hopkins-Fifth Regiment Joint games at' Baltimore last month The order of events for the meet, vvhich will start at 7 C to-morrow night, is; Heats of a)-vard dashes In Junior, in termediate and senior classifications; Junior obstacle race against time. In termediate throning the basket-ball for accuracy. Junior SOO-jard dash: inter mediate and senior high Jump, reliy race between the Y M C A. Midgets and the Spartan Athletic Club, intermediate ZZ jard race, final heats tn the 20-yard dash for the Junior. Intermediate and senior classifications; senior shot-put: invitation lOO-vard dash between the bovs' depart ment champions. Sidney Leech and George He-cht. senior CO-jard race; Mft vard exhibition by Urent Young, of Georgetown I'nlverslty: relay race be tween the Y M. C A. Okcma Club. Fort Mver Juniors and Y M. C A Olvmnle Club, and relay race between the Knights of blr Godfrey team and the Y. M. C A Hero Club. The officials are Samuel Zlrkin, referee; Arthur Shaffer, starter. Lmmert Meanv. clerk of course: Edward Wilde. Henry W. Usher and Samuel Miller. Judges and ln- pectors, Thomas J Ford, timer, and I ttinucl Gallawav, scorer The I.'ntrirs. Ts-mhj jar! dh ft junior.. Flist hfat-am-uel IVarti. Edmund E1II Jin V ntrt. IXn- I aid IVjier. each one foot liandlcmp: Jrjb Hum , Irrr acratrh Srasid lirat-t.ro r.rrrn, VVUllam llrrron. James Shcrtnan Effni Frmlm&a. and beat- PhlHtert Uodier. Harry nnnrnrn.ronnmnn.NTl unutii inHi drmribduii! NOW AND SAVE $10.00 WE WILL MAKE YOU A $30 SUIT FOR - - $20 n L To lessen the tailoring rush that always sets in a little later and to make a usually dull period busy, we find the best method is to offer a cut price. You'll admire our showing of the New Fabrics for spring. Let us have your order now, and get a high class $30 suit for $20. JOS. A. WILNER & CO. 911 G Street Northwest Only Rnion Tailoring Snap in the City Pittsburg Lad Awarded Bont in Paris When Kewanee Boy Fouls Repeatedly. Parts. March St After fifteen rounds of fighting. Frank Klaus, of Pittsburg, was donU. Itobrta, Coldra Ajnet. Lad awarded tho rleclslnn over HIIIv Ponk.v I dale. Clint Turktr. anj llld(l-n Ha nf l,-.i. Tils at it,- -l a p.ri. I THIRD lUCE-Sli frrtocss. Kita. C to 5, tM ,..,1,- Mora,. flJr , ,..!..' , - 1 lo 1. j; DjTamo 1 lot third. """ "- , -K". "-"-" . . . , Tto-e. 1JI 4-i. lml VVelah. Kins 3ulart. Amid, eree. Papke's tactics became so flagrant that the referee stopped the fight In tho fifteenth. There was no question that Klaus had the upperhand all through the match. The fight was scheduled for twenty rounds for the middle-weight championship of the world. The men weighed In at 160 pounds. REDS IN FIRST PRACTICE. Hamilton, Bermuda, March 8 Three, untried recruits monopolized the atten tion of Manager Frank Chance and the ren of the Yankee gathering at the cricket grountds to-day. Malcolm Barry, of the Brockton club, of the New Kng land League, proved the day's sensation ier. win return to school in Anrll I : .. .C ..,... n.u ...,.. .. ! .' . , , "I" . "I ""..:. "Whotber bo win k .iin,. . , --, !- atumiu mc dhw. ,.u iwnj cid paces, unaer stated mat jonnny xviing. i? wn .J.i.e"?".e.i.?la ,,a?lllo short of remarkable. He was sure the catcher, and last year manager of ,f iihioti,. ,i..ra.7i . . . . ,eath to trround balls, and made his the Boston Nationals, will report here " """ i Piav s with ine precision ot a iionusi Within n few inv nnn will 1nn .wl Wagner. i uniform, despite reports to the contrary. jonn I'riest has mane a nit witnimanco hy his plavlng at third. Despite his bulk. I'riest gets in on bunts speedily. Chance Manager Tinker Snre Kilns Will Tleport In Few Days. Spmal to The Waahlntton Herald Mobile. Ala , March 6. The Cincinnati National baseball club had its first work out of the practice season here to-day when Manager Joe Tinker, formerly of the Cubs, put the men through their of athletic advisers decld Fisher. Eastern's chances for a cham pionsnip win oe Doosted fully 25 per cent. In the event of Fisher returning 1 nomeu wouia PILGRIMS WORK OUT. felllliea IO llrsr hC la nUicA ... hA nvmA ma r4 ... ? 7"mbc " h?m-.?" h" lWv Green and his spltter. "Paddv" ;ir; , ' . :L " ',n,s " i"e( showed good control. n...w wmjc ..,,- u1Mj ijictce on the in field which would lack an experienced man. as Capt Djer will hold down tho shortstop position and should be a star in ine urst water me coming season Fisher Is at present attending the Army .iiiu .ij i-j ocnooi, wnere he Is pre paring for an ent-ance examination to Annapolis, which will take place some iime auwiig me nrsi part of AprlL Bosk Murphy OIT for Camp. Chicago, March E Charles W. Murchv- prerfdent of the Cubs, left to-day for Tampa. Ma., wnerr his men are training. He said he would spend at least ten days at the training camp. He will then return to Chicago and rejoin the team In Memphis. March is, when It Is working its way northward. "IVillard Knocks Oat Leon. Port Wayne. Ind , March 5. Jess IVil lard sent Jack Leon down and out In the fourth round to-night wltn a vicious up per cut flush on the jaw. Five minutes of hard work was necessary to rev h e 1-eon Sbafrr Reports to Giants. Marlln. Tex.. March 5. Arthur Shafer. the inflelder. who was wintering in Cali fornia, settled all talk of quitting base ball when h reported for duty this morning. Boid Cancels Game with Timpm for March -8. Athens, Ga . March 5. The Boston "Pilgrims," under the tutelage of Man ager Stalllngs. had their first real work out in the new park of the University of Georgia this afternoon. The players are being given two work-outs dally, and "Big Chief Stalllngs U losing no time. In getting down to hard work. The game that was scheduled with Cleveland for tho twenty-eighth has been canceled, but while here the team will play Macon, of the South Atlantic League: Atlanta, of the Southern, and the University a num ber of games. CUB REGULARS WIN. Defeat Yannltrann In 5 low Game, ! io 1 Ituelbnch la (he Goat. Tampa. Fla, March 5 The Cub Yannl- gans were beaten 9 to 1 bv the rra-tiim-. this afternoon. Ruelbach was the goat. In the two Innings he worked for the Yannlgans he allowed seven hits. flv. bases on balls, and smote Roger Bresna han. Paynter went the route for the regulars, and allowed but two hits. A wild, pitch IP mo nith robbed him of a shut-out. , MEETS LEBARK TO-HIGHT. HBafBaViViVivH HE T-'AalalllllllllH fflnia&sHHymtit M KK,H nd Lrnnanzhl FOLKTH KlCt-Sii furlonp. Hifti Strrrt. S to 1. on. Carroll Hill. to 1, arrnnd; 3laraaad. 2 to 5. third. Time, 1J3 14 Stmnc of IVrcka Bnla. Utmli. blr Bajir. Butttrball. and Ere Whit, alao ran. FIFTH nACE-flne mile uflrt, T tn i on; John Loiiia. 3 to 5, aramd. Clrthumta'aji. 3 to 5, third. Time. 1J 3-5. Hid Wl.lmT. l'ataa. Crou Orrr. L-vrrdaj-. and Sake alio ran SIXTH RACE One and nor-efehth mUrs. Itrre tal s to I. won fTTjinp. 5 to L aflnond: Sam Bfr nald. 1 Io ; third. Tune, IS 4-5. Ehrrrfoot, 511 priaon. Larminster. 1. M. Ecaert. C W. Kenjon. and Uunis abo ran. CHARLESTON RESULTS. 1 IK.ST lUCB-Thrre-jr-oMa: ail fnriongs. Jack Kellisi. HI ISIruBTare). T to i won; I'menrsrOe. 110 (Jloorr). ; to 7. sfcond: Earlr Licht. 119 (Grand). 20 to 1. third. Time. 1J J5. Slonacarr nd bt. Arano alf ran. HELOND RACB-Two-rear-olda: three and one. half furlonju. Pared Post. 109 (Vandoanl, I to t woa; .dna Ieka, 109 (Mnaa-raTet, 10 to 1, second; Ada. IX (Corn). I to J third Time. IIIU Mary Mlchaloas. Bfllr Stuart. Al Jcon. Flarnlnt FUmminao. rVarsdale. Hommain.. Free Trade. Da- lector, evendau. arm uasle LAUmcr also ran. THIRD ItACK-Thrte-yrar-olda and npward: sell- tax; lire and ooe-half finionfs. Dlitprr, lot (Mon- toin-i. li to i. iron; niu timnn lit (Trncmr). 3 to 1, recood; VenrU Strcme. UO (Moodon), 9 to 5. third Time. 1X9 S3. Jnrop Bnrn. Lima. T. H. 3leHride. Curroiffis, ItoMbtirs IV. and Toddline al ran. FOURTH nCE-Tbe Ilia of Palms aelhnc ctalei. thrre-jrar-oldn and ntnrard: one mile. Ef- fmdi. K) llltuton), 11 to 5. won; Chilton Kln. 1 (O'lVrt). 8 to 5. Mcond; Cblonel Ojok. 114 (Wolfe), 11 to 5. third. Time, I (I 3-5. FStl, R. H. Craj. ad Huaky Lad alo ran. fTFTH UCE Thnr-rrar-olda anil mxt.rri: aril. InU; Trn furlnnp (lardenla. 103 (Duxton), 5 to X won; cuerryou. lis iKoerner). 3 to 5. sreond; Itlanl. 115 (Vlnnmrr) 5 to I. third. TUre. IJO 14 Nanphtr Ild. llrlden TTrasnrf. Ato, and Lord Elam at ran. HIXT1I RCE-ronrr-ir-olda and upward; tell in; one mil. Swarta IH1L 1CS (3Iontonr). to S. won: Irl Kid III (Fwdl. 3 to 1 sitond; Milchael Anjrlo. 113 (Grand), 4 to I. third. Tunt. 1-43 1-3. Commmrr'a Triich. flam Ilartr. Cbevr L'p, New Riter, and Woodcraft alao rar. SOX ARRIVE IN JRISCO. First and Second Teams Doth Have Very Heavy Schedule. Sox first team arrived In San Francisco m tne ""'"relty of Michigan, and late to-night. They will play Oakland to-morrow, and will battle dally from Adam Kiir Allison, Samiel Roln. Frank ilnmr. each ore foot handicap. Von.T fro, xratch Four Urat Jn Rurt.rt. Schlej Zirtln. VVlrt Ilorliul. Charlct Walwsi, rich one foot handicap Il lrrri-ntock. sr-atch. Fifth heat Kenneth Mark waid. Walter --rlccnrr. Edwin lleul, Jenxne Al len. Raich UUaon irtli hct K E. Crorten. Ikirdon ounr. Tliomaa Mrrrar Charles Cild well, each one foot handicap: Arthur Hit". cratch Ktcnth heat -Alan Kroude llecae Jim '"al each two feet hamlii-ap John lvsa scratch. Winter In eich licat qiullfev for aerci final Twenty janl da. rcr Irtermediate". Flr hat-Jan-c U ilinetli J ,liui T Addoe. Jsme -ntherln, ntofne Veamee. Ijrrrrr Mierman, Paul Vlalntie eeond InntIUymond btrln. Rryce I'ariK- Clarcncn naw.n. Lee Hart, each one fm handicap. John McIonald. snitch Third heat Harrr Ilnnlt. Louis Millard. Brooke Boer, each ' feet handicap. Hairr Mulard lUrmoral Hcr toi icratch. Fourth heat tlhert. Cnmrauiea. Raymond Heljrvn mam fiotthet. rurmnnd (iatchell Donald 3IcCnire. each one foot handl I'onald Wwlf. MTatch. Winner of iu 1-at qu!Ife frr llnaU senior mentjjard daali First heat-Lolte Vljer. Joel Ilnscra, O Lrtrard Ihinlura. each one font handicap. Rot Slater. srra'ch Kenml hest Eujcno JlcCOrmick. HtroH Lawton. Larl Hiitmau, ech ono foot handicap, ticonm 'vioore. acraicu. iTiira rteal-llituwi 31a)ncld- bamuet Cal lawijr llerbrt HurJer. each one fo. han heap: .eoric k nccni vratcu. Konrtli heat Francis lloj Keel each two feet handioin. bidnev Leeeii, one f tt handicap Thomas Binslej. acratch. inner m each teat qualities for the final. Junior oretadn race acainat tune, all scratch Wlllanl ValU. -an-uel B,wch. Ldmund EIl J Jin r Kotna, William HerTon Jamrv Sherman, Adam Klnc. riulihrrt Rilier, Harry Mlison. .iro nel ItihNn Frank Murray. John Rnppert. Wirt Borland thirles Wahoi. Kenneth Markward Ld win Held BalHi Wilwn. F li Croiton. Thomas Murray. Charie Caldwell. Donald Wrliht. Mortl met Morehouv. Leal Dreiaenatoi.. Jolin Goeta. Intirmtdiates. Uirowinp basaet-ball for accuracy Jerome Sutlicrin. Antuine Mcamee Paul Malutie. Kaymond btein. Bryce Payne. Le Hart. Barney Robuin, Raymond Hortoo, Alhert Cummlnr". bam aon Ceotthet. lUymond tiatchi.U. John I3rmau Jaraew L. WHmeth Junior SO-tard dath Ilmuld Tenwr. Im r.rrrn William Herron James bhirman, IJTnik Friedman. Adam Kinc. I'hililvrt Ikidier. Harry ALlaoo. bam- uel Robbin. Frank Murray. John Rurpert, Wirt Brland. aurl Walvin. Kenneth Marknard. Ed win Hrid. F K Croiton. Thomaa Murray, (.liarlen Caldell. DonaM Vrljfct. Dcaiald Recede. Sidney Knowlo". No-man Hammet. each ten fett handi cap. Iwia Irrelsenaloi k eleiit fct handicap. l"or ter Croaa. (lie feet hantilcap: Arthur Hales, thrw feet handicap: John toeta, scratch. Intermediabi hiih tumn-Jerume Sntherln. An- tolne McNamee. Lcroy Sherman. Paul 3!a!one. IUr mond buto. Clarence lHweon. Edward Austin. Barney RobUn. Harry MilUnl. Harry lluntt, Loula Millard, Brooke Beyer. Raymond Helarscn. fonaJd McConrille. earh two inches handicap; John Sle- lionaio:. one inca handicap. Raymond (latchell. scratdi. Senior runninj hldi Jump-Allen E. Brown. Roy biaier. u. teram lunlrum, iMgrne McCormick. Karl Hickman, aiftcn Marneld. Gilbert Walker. Will Clements, each three lnche handicap. GcoiKe Jlecnt, rrancla fee. Sidney Leech. Roy Rord. each two Inches handicap; George Moore, one inch han dicap; Samuel Callaway, scratch. Intermediate T.rard dash Julius T. Adler, Je rome numerin. Astoine McMsue, Leroy Hberman. Paul Malone. Raymond Stein. Brooke Beyer, AI- Dcn vunmmT. uonam viccimTUIe. each reren feet handicap; narry Hnntt. flxe feet; Clarence Dawson, four feet; John 3IeIonaId, thrre feet. ttaymena Jlcrlon. erratciu Senior shot rait Jnlina T Addnr. 1nlw MyeVs, Roy Slater. Joel Rofvrs. lMnkiun (I kerard. Eu geno MrfVnnlck, Harold Laaton, Earl Hickman. Clifton Mayfeld. (irontr R Hertt HerNrt Bursler. Sidney Leech, Roy Reed, each elcht inches handi cap: Georce Moore. Tliomaa Binder each four inches; Samuel Gallaway, two inchta. IVancis Pee. scratch. Senior 450-yard race Leslie Myers. Cliarlea A. Swaon. r , Dunktun G Ercrard, Harold Lawton. Earl Hickman. Cliftcn Marfleld. samnel Callaway. Hetbert Bufley. Frarcii Pec, sesen feet handicap, Eiurere McCormick. i:oy Reed, fife feet, Roy Sla ter, four feet: Georce Mccer. three feet. Thomas Bhslr. two feet, t.eorce necht. Sidney Leech. scratch. LOANS TO ANY AM0U1T On Diamonds. Jewelry, &c. Interest 3 c liave opened a loan office at 0 Kincj Street, Alexan dria, Ya. Pledges can be forwarded by mail, express, or messenger. Cars leave for Alexandria every fifteen minutes. Correspondence solicited. Licensed and bonded under the laws of irginia. E. HEIDENHEIMER Alexandria, va. 47 Years in Wsukingtoii, D. C Alexandria Phone 622 TURNER IN SHAPE FOR YOUNG OLSEN Local Champion Trained Hard for the Fast Newfoundland Grappler. Although In Rood condition throughout the entire wrestllnc reason, Joe Turner, the champion mid ile-w eight of the world, has been training hard the rust two weeks for his second bout with ojngl 01en at the Gaety Theater to-morrow night. Despite the fact that Turner en countered in Charles Kler the hardest man of his carer last Monday night In grueling roughhoute bout at Oloves- vllle. X. Y., he Is in very good condition and will be prime for such a worthy op ponent as Young Olsen. Olsen, who was very anxious for this return bout and to be given another nee at the mlV"-w eight title, hm I n working .Tieitly to try and change the result of thU match. 500 MEN WANTED TO SAVE, JUST A3 MUCH AS THEY PAY FOR A NEW SUIT AT THE "B-K" CO. KALF PRIGE SUIT 1 SALE 1 1 ek tnelndeat 3 aad bluea). Itearular. 13.10 S1..00 1710 $20.00 Xow. Resrnlar. f eUS 1 3C2.10 ST.-.O SS.00 SS.T.-V I 27.30 9 10.00 I S30.00 Now. 11.23 S1Z--U) SI 3.73 1SUW RACING CARD TOR TO-DAY. Jaarei. REDS ON FIEID. Joe Tinker Will llnve vqnad Thlrtj-one 3Irn to llnmllr. niLST R-VCR-Selllnr: maWen; t-o-iearo!d four furlonss. llrndia, lit); King. Ill: Carmoa. 110, I Estrrlla. 110, I'eek a lion, 110; .vuen-4on. Kobett Mantell. 110. Breritr. 110. Korfhaje. leal Carroll, 110; Osiplo. 113, Ilimifu. 103. SECOND RACG-Kbur-rear-olda acil upward; (Ire aru nne-bai: nmoncs. venetun. 103. vvasteila, 101; Kutb Rather. 101; CtiUk. 108: Mike Mollette, U0. Ahs Slupaar. U0; Salraf. U0; Jorlter Joe. UO; llamsr. 110. Deianer. 1U. Fort Johnsoo. US; Funda mental. Hi. THIRD RACE Foor-Tear-oMs and npward; one mile. Ethel Samson. "B; Nannie McDee, 99; Mc AUn. 101; Adolant. 101; '13 Palo, 101; Fkocr. 103; Royal Hirer, 103; Ocean Qneen. 103; Oelko. 10S; Dick Baker, Kb; Oawold 11. 110; Anneal Inter est. 11! FOLKTH IIACC-Ilanducap; thrce-year-olch and up. MTcn furlures. Idle Tale, SO; Capita! llravov Si. Unnin Witch. ST- Koctcnay. BO; Tmlr 10B; LexkroM. 10S; Injur, 1SL Fll-TIl R CK-Thrce-yealxld and upward, fixe -ind ono-half furlocfs. 1'alaUble, 10Z, Amon. 107, Dorothr Dean. 108. 'Parlor Boy. 110; Sap Mck. 112. Jlona, Canoman. 113; Dominica, HI; Kin Llk. lit. SIXTH RACE-Helllnit. four-year-olda and up ward; one mile. 'First SUr. 95; Jlalse OlrU 101; Zurtauter, 101. SeadlS, IOC, IlatUTaa, 106; SUckrin. 1C7; Duncraccln. 107. DOWN THE AUEYS. NATIONAL CAPITAL DL'CKI'IN LE.VOUE A. C Jf T. !. Lid 0 99 S- OS 91 101 TJ S3 Hawkaworth.. SI 91 101 I'.lcketl larael 115 Jloblle. Ala. March 5. The Cincinnati ,h,'Ji'' Reds, under Managr- Joe Tinker, had Jolliffe.. their first work of the season here to- Carroll. a nltcher. who was secured Ill-STKIIT IlULTVl'IN LEAOUK. Totala 53 111 1 Alteratloaa at Coat. O'coats 1-3 Off BIEBER-KAUFMAN CO. THE MAN'S DEPT. STORE 901-9 8th St. S. E. Down br tae Xarr Tar. Always the Same Tharp's Berkeley Rye Special Prtrate Oelrrcrr. 8ia F Street N. W. Pkoa. Mala 1141. DR. SHADE SPECIALIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO MEJT. Thirty ears" practice, treating th btomach. Bowels, and Nervous Condi tions; Uver. Kidney. Bladder. Blood, and Skin trouble. "00 Neo-SalTersaa Administered. Consultation r... tiMin. ..... nlied; charges low. Hours. t U Norton.. Ijtrtto Ummnn Krmuaa.. Totalv Saenerrhtmit JJ"t!pr- m in Dakln SO lrs 'e del 97 77 1-eiy ... s & Hamner 87 M4 JOHX KILONIS, Creek nuMlle-wietit champion irrestler, vbo will tactla John Lebark. the "Cerman Oak," ( at the Lroram tremiat. Nagle, at short, showed up in great Ilunmerdey. lro ST form. Tinker has tvlth him a total of ll'ebanln '5 now until March 17. Friday and Satur- tnentv-eient men, and with tho arrival Tlmi-n.. n x x day they play in San Francisco The OI "iree v-utwns. narsans. Alamed.t, and llajtow a a r. second team was scheduled to leave Paso Rcmancna, he will have thirty-one men ,nu-n JZ - Jl Hobles to-night, and Is due at Pasadena to care for- I TOala. 3 iss s In the morning, playing a game with " rtntiNrxi virv-s r pipit Los. Angeles In the afternoon. The two Came Postponed. Sart" OnK V ? BriLt i On. squads will not meet again until Chicago The Natlonnl duard.Knlnhanv hanket-! Herbert tz I ChrlalnarV t Is reached ADrll S or 9. Ihnll rcun. .cht.Hiilr.rt .t th. imnre h,l 'Mheerfr...... T9 O MKlkear..... 74 TO M DR. REED SPECIALIST 804 Seventeenth Street ! 110 ss'97 YEARS' "ueeeauifal practice la ta IT. ; b " sfcnaiw Cur of Cbronlr. err as. 131 100 li; nd Special dlaeaaws of Jfea aaatTVoaaea. S S3 531 1'ieans Health to Yoa if Xoa Sarfer frcm CBiarrn. UDaaltr. KAeuaoataun. CoaaUpataoa. rUea. Tnroat. Loos, Bra-a. Heart. Blood, and SO Inaeaaea. erTOna lability. Kidney UUeSM. BlatV Jet TmeMef. KpenSe Blood foUoBlct. Cnptlota. li Lkcn and all linn. Uiacuca cured (or Ute w V ufa nt.tl.Arf. atia aettoda. .tUHt.t! row, irLrmvo MCDICtSIA, CrlTatr Waltlaat llit-m far fcaallsa. Totala 1SJ Ol IX OfFIPE HorRSt ,u m It to IH toe HnxtoTa. at to U. Manager M real find in jfoufftHsoc The National Guard-Kplphany basket-! Herbert. Mil game, scheduled at the Armory last . I night, was postponed as the gjm la still Writ.. si to PR. BALDUS If? 5Jjjw S. E.Cor. 61biFSij. On the nervous system, blood, and 77 Ilbmerar..... 79 Uvea Jhat he has being occupied by troops for sleeping " w 1'armele n es ;iom'J"' Srir fT PhZ Id,fi?S' per, am outfielder. .' quarters. - I Totals. et tml Tni.i. sa aiu i"in.ri sund.tv i.