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; . - THE WASHINGTON HERALD. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 26. 19i3. 5 8 Nationals Arrive Home Today-Defeat Virginia in Final Game NICK AND DUTCH iREttSTARS Comedians Poll Great Stuff While Nationals Trim Virginia. GRIFFMEN CLOUT BALL Boehling: Pitches Clever Ball, Not Is suing a Walk in Seven Innings. By WILLI IM PCET. Charlottesville. Va.. March 25. Ger many Schaefer and Nick Altrock sot to gether here this afternoon and pulled some of the stuff they expect to spring on the American League fans. It went great. The Scharefer-Altrock combination per formed while the Nationals were wal loping dear old Virginia in the fifth and final game of the series, 11 to 1 The Climbers have won all five of these games without much effort. The climax to the afternoon's frolic came with two out in Virginia's ninth Altrock, who had replaced Chick Gandil at first baBe, sat tailor fashion on the bag while Landes took his position at the bat A sharp grounder at Morgan was picked up cleanly by the Baltimore boy, who slammed the ball over. to Alt rock. From his sitting position he stuck up his gloved hand and speared the ball, ending the game The crowd roared its approval. Cronil Clieera Pair. Nick and Schaefer had a lot of fun with the big gathering, which included several hundred pretty girls here for prom week Everything the comedians attempted was greeted with cheers and hand clapping, and the antics of the precious pair are sure to be a bigger scream than eer during the coming campaign. It was rumored around town that Eppa Rixej, former Virginia twirler. who turned professional last summer, would oppose Walter Johnson, but when the time came to start the game Mr. Rlxev was not in etidencea Johnson. however, was on the Job and pitched of administration of athletics Plans two Innings, retiring the six men whoare ln ratilcr tcntatite form, still if faced him as quickly as they stepped up to the plate Joe Boehling reheed Johnson when the third opined, and for the first time this season the Richmond thunderbolt had perfect control, not a man was pass ed during the setrn innings Boehling pitched He allowed four hits and fanned the same number As the Nationals made such a sorry Ehowing against two kid pitchers in the game against Virginia Saturdaj. Grift had a few pertinent things to Sd) which must hate penetrated underneath -the skin, for the wa the Climbers started after a outh named Anderon was a caution Anderson did ter well Situr da aginbt the profesionals but three Innings saw his finish toda During the first three rounds ten hits, for a total of sixteen bases, sent him scurrjing to coter, and James reheted him James had better luck, and reall pitched good ball Both James and Anderson are righthanders Tur.'e Hun" eort-I. Moeller opened the game with a single, and came home on Morgan's triple Scheer singled, scoring Morgan A pass ed ball sent Siheer to the midway bag, and Gandil's drive to center brought him home Three runs In t'le second, after Mcllnde has gone, Ainsmith singled to left and stole "sec ond Johnson crashed through the in field, and the catcher scored A regular old-fashioned swatting bee was uncorked in the Climbers' third. Gandil opened wi'h a single Laporte lied to Phillips. Shanks tripled to right, eiorlng Gandil McBridc singled, scoring ShanKS. Ainsmith connected for a three Dagger and schaefer came home John ,on died, Beckwith to Finla. and Ain Tuth scored on the out Four runs With Janes in the box when th Na ional s fourth opened. Gandil and I-a-jorte both hit safcls and the first sacker 'ounted on Shanks' infield out. Jamts got along nicel until the eighth, a hen Morgan btarted trouble for him Rlth a single Schetr was hit in the back Altrock beat out a bunt, filling the tests. Shanks .talked, forcing in Morgan md when Schaefer farced Sh-inks at sec 3 id. Schecr crossed the plate with the letenth run Schaefer replaced MeBride In the fifth ind contributed a couple of bum heates. nhich are proper! v charged agaiust him n the error column The Teuton blamed 'he strong tt ind, claiming that old Boreas was m league against him The score. Washinrtin. AB R. n O A E Moeller. rf I 1 1 0 0 0 Morgan. 3b ; 2 0 I 0 Scheer cf 4 : 1 2 0 0 Sandil lb 3 2 3 T 1 1 Altrock. lb 10 14 0 1 Larortt, lb S 0 2 2 S 0 Shanks If 4 12 2 10 McBnde. as. 3 112 10 Schaefer, as. 2 0 0 0 0 2 Ainsroitb. c. 2 2 2 3 10 ycMh. c 3 0 0 4 0 0 Johnson p 2 0 1 0 1 0 Boehlinjr, n. 3 0 112 0 Total 40 11 17 27 13 4 Virginia AB It H O A E Finlay. lb 4 1 2 13 1 0 Phillips, if 4 0 0 2 0 0 Ntff. ss. 4 0 0 2 4 0 Ule a 4 0 0 2 10 Fltchett, 3b 4 Beckwith. 4 Landes. If 4 Anderson, p 0 Stickler '.'.'. 1 Total, 34 I 4 r 17 I Stickler batted for Anderson in the third Washington 314.1000: 0 11 t Ircinia 00001 1000 3 Earned runs Washington. 7; irginia, I First base bj errors tirgmij. 4 Lett on bases Wash ington. 6, irginla 4 lint base on balls Off Anderson. 2. off James, i Innings pitched By Johnson, I; bj Boehling. 7: bj Anderson, 3; by James 6 Hits made Off Boehling. 4, o Ander son. 10; off James 7. Struck oot-Br Boehling. S; bj Johnson, 2. Three-base hits Morgan. Shanks, Ainsmith. Two base hit Green. Stolen bases Jloeller. I, Morgan. Ainsmith, Finlay. Double plai Beckwith to Finlay to Fitchetti Ltle to Neff; Beck with to Neff to Finlay; Shanks to McBnde, Schaefer lo Laporte to Altrock Hit by pitcher By Jams, (scheer). Passed balls Munch. CmpiroRoth. Time, of game 2 hours. BrnslieK Wins nip; Pnrsc. Manchester. England, March 15 The Jubilee handicap hurdles, worth 13.000, was won here today by Benabeg Rathlea was second and Samson third. The American ent-y was unplaced. Sir Colin from the Wlnan's American stable was second to Short Grass in the maiden hurdles, worth SJOO. St. Feliclan ran third. Downs npliihnny Quint. The Webster School basket-ball team defeated the Epiphany team by the score of 17 to 6. The scoring of Webster was divided between Morris, Sweeney and Solomon. MAY GO TO C v$& MIKE THOMPSON, C. II MAY HAVE ATHLETIC HEAD Salaried Manager Likely to Be Obtained at Brookland Institution. AFTER MIKE THOMPSON Well-known Football and Baseball Coach Is Mentioned for Position. It was learned jesterdaj that there Is la mottment on foot at Catholic Vniter- I sit In lnt.nll .i mnrp modern Et stem the idea of certaiD powerful alumni and other close followers of m rts at Brook land hate their wa a salaried manager will be placed in charge M J Thomp son, formerlv graduate manager of Georgetown, is the man who is being prominently mentioned for the plate The contention of those who are fath ering the present motemont is that athletics hate adtanced to such a stage of general importance that the man ige ment should be on a higher plane. modeled after the systems that obtain at the larger unltersltles of the country This., it Is fjelieted. would not only add to the attractitcne-s of sports for the general student bods, but In addition, would insure better business arrange ments and make the financial outlay subject to better management Thompson is known throughout the whole intercollegiate athletic wo'ld as a close student of sport, and has so muih experience in handling affairs that he Is looked upon b mint as an ideal man for the proposed position. Thompson is at present In rharge of ath letics at Mt St. Marys College, Md He has been in Washington for sev eral dats. and it is known that he has been informally and unofficially ap pioiched on the subject of coming to Catholic University These otertures hate been made by men who hate the highest interests of the Brookland in stitution at heart, and If the plan meets with the approtal of the present powers that be otertures may be made to Thompson KLL0NIS MEETS HANSEN. 'axt "IVrestlluK Mnich Booked nt the (5artv TonlKlit. John Kiloni". the Greek middle-weight champion wrestler, will meet Jess Han sen tonight at the CJ.it ct In a finish bout, best two out of three falls. Pat O'Connor will referee the bout. Tonight's bout should prove to be one of the best of the season, as loth men aro in prime condition for the battle Kilonis has been working hard for the past three dijs, as Hansen comes here with a reputition of being one of the fastest and roughest wrestlers ln the business The match tonight starts promptly after the fall of the curtain of the regular performance Al Maupus has challenged the winner of tonights bout, and will be on hand himself to challenge him from the stage. OPEN WITH VICTORY. Army nnd nt) Prep Tlotvn Emrr- ou Institute liy SO to 2 Score. The Arm and Navy Preps, opened their baseball season today with a very easy win oter the team representing Emerson Institute. The game was ft tery slow and unin teresting The Preps hit well, but did not hate a chance to do any fielding, as the tisitors could do nothing with the pitching of Hoatson and Von Schenk. HERE THEY aV' 4 t - -YSt SiC. 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Knit Wanlilnirloa Sunday School Lenient- tant CIulis far Clrenlt, The East Washington Sunday School League will hold Its Initial meeting, Fri day night. March 23, at 7:30 o'clock at the Ninth Street Christian Church; Ninth and D Streets Northeast, &' Last J ear this league was composed of four clubs, viz: Ninth, First Presby terian, First M. P. and Metropolitan. This j car it is planned to have a six club circuit. It Is almost an assured fact that one church represented last year will not hae a team on the field during the coming season. It Is requested that churches desiring to enter the Sunday School League should hate representatives present at Friday night's meeting. It is the purpose to get et en thing in working order without fur ther delay. The grounds at Thirteenth and D Streets Northeast hate again been secured for the coming season: work has already begun toward putting them In condition and when completed the league can boast of one of the best fields In the city. FINALS TONIGHT IN WEEKLY SPORTS Last of the Series of Indoor Gaines at the Y. M. C. A. Gym nasium. The final contest in the series of weekly Indoor sports at the Y. M. C. A. will be run off this etening, the events being the 3-5 ard dash, the standing broad Jump, and the standing high Jump, ln the 25-ard dish 10 points wil be allowed for each one-fifth second taken off the slowest allowable time of rite seconds, while in the standing broad Jump one point will be allowed for each one-half inch oter six feet and the standing high Jump will jlcld one point for each quarter inch oter two feet nine Inches The ten high men enter the final con test of the series this etening with the following number of points to their ciedlt. respectitely: Thompson, UW 8: E. bchuler, 1.9S4 7: Elder, 1.721.1. Linden. 1.7.U7: Powell. 1.676.3: Lassley, 1.6351 Johnson. 1.6U.5, Mall. 1,409. Ashley. I.:i9 2: Kluge. 1.115 2. The teams into which the athletes are dittded stand as follows. Team three (Lass!e. capt.), 6.635 2. team two (Mansfield, capt). 6,531.7. teim one (Linden. capt.), 6.477.8. team four (Schuler. capt.) 5 630 1. following the contest, prizes will be awarded to the winners of the second series, as well as grand prizes to those who made the greatest total number of points in both this series, and the fall series CHARLESTON RESULTS. FIRST R CK Thirr-Tnr-oMs and tir-wrd, mII ing nre nd cme-balf furlon;-. Mmrlc Reed. 1 (Montour), f to 5 woo. bhuoo. ir . 1CT, (Kurt 3) to t, second, EIie Herudon. 1C1 (SklmDt T t 2. third Tune. 19 15 Mother Km. ITk-iu. Ilenock. Buah, Morjan. WUsoo, and Quincr Bells ilso ran bECOND RACEMaidM two-fur-olds. oelltaff. four firlonn Edna Lnka, lu (Ohertl. to Z, won; honny Boy, 113 (kocruer). 5 to t, 0)nd. Charirs Cannell. 109 (Ford, 3 to 1. third Tune 0 19 2-5 It Limine- Santaoeca. Dick s It. ltd '. Rjah. Col O , and BfrWe Latimer alo nn ! THIHII BACE Four yer-olds and upward, 'in ix furUmra. Chilton txiuaw. 9S (WoJe), 1 won. Silicic; 1D9 (J HanoTtr), 1 to 2, aeound. Key, 103 (Buxton). 7 to X third Tim, 1 H 1-5. inn Barter Wild ed Mai Ilirer, Commoners . Ttxieb New Riter, Kuii.-maj, and Aldemua Chitxo also ran. KOLIITII IUCE TLree-j ear-oMi and nrrwird; fvflliDA, ons mile and aeTenty janU Srrllbound. Ill (kinln), 19 to 1. won. Colonel Cook, 10 (Mondoa). 3 to L aecond. Cherrj'ota, 109 (Koerner), eicn, third. time 1 15 4 5 Lawton Uirzi&s Gardenia, Counterpart. Mycenae, Woodcrait, Lea mancr and SptodJe also ran. FlITII RACE Four year-old and upward, HI inf. six furlongs, eneta btmvne 101 (Mocdon), 4 to 1. won. Clem Beichy. 109 (Wolf), to 1. ond, llowdy Howdy M9 (kofmer) 9 to 10 third. Time, l.li 1-5 Miss Nett. Toddlit:;. Swarts Hill, Camel, and Tenon d Orazo also ran. sIVTII 1 LACE Three-year HDlda and Bpward; aell me, ui!e and ooet-alxteRitii. Benedictina, 106 (Obert), 8 to 5, won; airy dmother, Si (De runde). 7 to 5, second, lAdie ftracey. 110 (J lian oter), 9 to 2. third. Time 1 O 1-6 (Jrace 31c. Old Hank, Lady iiybil. Golonnda. and Montagnie also ran. RACING CARD FOR TO-DAY. i hnrlontn FIRST TXACE Thrcr-yeir-old. fire furlong. Mtrrr CLe, 50, Wilej B . 91. Snow Flike. 95; Garden if Ito-i. 96. TiiBpn, 86. Mtj Vett, IK. r.nbu (Iracdi IK. Mua Ami. 1M. Sxloa. K. Miw Jonah. 106 Premier 109 !-lCOM KVCE-Thrcejeir-oldj. one mile Vol thorj. NO. ttirtr Lisht. 90. tLnehltl. IB. tAnnor. 97. yohn lIlo. 113. MiIiod B, m. TIe Or TOr. 100 Note-To he ran a third ncn. THIRD UtCE-Thret jeir-oldj. nto furlorr. i Muni Johnwn. j:. Tink Ldr. 96. 'Serine rn. . 6ill . W- Shenff Urueninerr 103. II Golden I 103, l-hcw 106. Aene Ji"r. 10". tinuni Bodkin. 1G9 Note To be tun at second we POLRTH RACB-Two-3er old. four nd half furlongs Mb, Waters. 112, Gordon. 125: San Jon, 112, tUiinn canncu. 1U. IPrnton Linn. 1U Wooden Shoe in. lUinlj Jllnt. 12. FIITH R,tC&-Three-jrar:ld. nte and one-half forlonsi "tiler, KM; "Theoiore Onok. 14, 'Rose Queen, 103, Procn-cire. lw. Chemulpo 103. "Sjl- trn iro, tiack 11. l-.uDiuim. ICO. Troyweiirht. 116. SIXTH RlCB-Three-rrar-olds: mile and aerentj- jaras. -Key 3. -liaa News 11. "9. -tMconda. 99 I'retend 10t, Idleweiss 107, NaLbt7 Lad LOS Font. 110; Haldeman. 110 tRedwell entrr tTencesaeo atabl, entrr IZimmer entrr "Aitrenlice allowanoe claimed. Motor Ilontmcn to Meet. All the regatta committees of the yacht clubs of this city and Alexandria will meet at the smoker to be held in the club house. Wednesday, March X. for the purpose of arranging plans for a series of motor boat races, to be held on the nacostla and Potomac Rlter during the coming season. ARE, BOYS! TO FACE NATIONALS. A i --t.5s-r ri'X fmmSk nLtttt sit !'.. IbLH WALTER HEIHIEM., J Cubs' Star Backstop Will Re ceive Big Boost in Salary. OTHER CAMP GOSSIP Pitcher Peatter, of the Beaumont Club, Holds Giants in Check. Chicago. Siarch 2T Jimmy Archer, the hold out catcher of the Cubs, this eten ing signed for a four- ear contract. The terms were not made public, but it Is understood he recetted a big boost ln salary. Archer will leale Chicago and jcln the Cubs at Loulstllle. Gin lilt Beaumont. Tex . Mnn.li 5 Although tho Giants shut out the locals toda) the t,ame was not as easy for them as the 0 to 0 score would Indicate The "coring was done earl) in the game, but when l'easter, pitching for Beaumont, came ln, the Giants were powerless. A game has been arranged with the New Orleans team of the Southern league for Thurs day rlillndrliililn Donna Illelih. Raleigh. ?.' C, March 3 The Philadel phia Nationals easily defeated the Ra leigh team, of the Carolina league, today, by a 3 to 1 score hile the locals put up a good tight the heaty batting of the big leaguer" was too much for them Kirl Mack, "on of Connie Mack, of the 1 hiladelphia Americans, is manager of the Raleigh tiara. kretr ! c Hamilton, Bermuda, March 3 Ray Keating and George McConnell, Yankee slab artists, beat the Jerse Skeeters today, 9 to 1. The pitching of the two Yankees were the finest specimens of the twirling art ever seen on the island Keating toiled for five Innings and held the Jersej team to one hit. He did not pass a man McConnell allowed his only hit ln the ninth. Krrors by Der rick and Cree gate the minor leaguers their only tallj . Inillann Hnn) for Sai, Riterside, Cal , March 3 The White Sox regulars plaed a Joke game with the Sherman Institute for Indians to- j . . ,, . , .m.- . ,' L'," V ., "DU " 'f- teen hlts and stole n,ne base' Smith. Walsh and Benz worked for the Sox. ltalll Stops Gftlue. Loulstilln. Ky, March 23 Today's game between the Athletics and Colonels was postponed because of rain. The Ath letics may be unable to leave for Indian apolis tomorrow because of numerous washouts. DnoKlnsi in Form. Boise Springs, Cal , March 25. The White Sox seconds walloped the San Francisco Seals 4 to 1 this afternoon. Phil Douglas went the entire route for the Sox, and was ln splendid form, fan ning seven. He would hate scored a shut-out but for Zalder's error in the opening round. WILSON TO COACH. Sacceeda McEuenr Tutor of the Stanton Ilancbnll Team. C McEneny. of the Lyceum Club, uf New York, has resigned his position as coach of the Stanton Athletic. Club base ball team. His loss will be severely felt by It, but It expects to have a compe tent coach In "Reds" Wilson, the Busl ness High School star. Harris, who is out for the Business rine. will play with It, having signed his contnet last evening. Manager. Hatenner expects to have a strong line-up against the Twining Ath letic Club. Dunbar is slowly rounding Into form and Is expected to pitch good ball this year. McCabe Is batting in mldseason form, and is sure to cause trouble with the stick. Anilrevrs Jnnlors on Top. The Andrew Juniors defeated the I Street A. C yesterday on the Monument Grounds by a score of 10 to 6. The feature of the game was the all-around playing of the Andrew Juniors. Bat teries for."Andrew Juniors, Rosenblatt and H. Boucher; for I Street A. C. Held, Morris and RuppelL Score by Innings: R.HB. I St. A. O. 010031000-581 Andrew Juniors ...... 00310031 i-W 0 1 Hank" O'Dar a Holdout. Chicago, March 25 "Hank" O'Day, who was coaxed from his umpiring Job ln 1912 to manage the Cincinnati Reds to day heads the distinction of being tho first umpire ever enrolled In the "Hold out" League. "Hank wants; to umpire In the National League again this season. but because the organization won't give ium neany an its reserve tunas for salary "Hank" feels a bit hurt, and has announced that he won't do any umpir ing any mora. VETS BLANKED BYPIMIENTAS Schaefer Fails to Show Up, and Altrock Leads Team to Victory. HUGHES IN RARE FORM Long Tom Holds Regular. Safe, While Austin Is Hit Hard. s Special to The Washington Herald. Charlottesville, Va.. March 25. Owing to the absence of Capt. Germany Sclnefer, who attended the for hunt this morning. Griff selected Nick Altrock to lead the Plmientas against the regulars in the daily practice game. So success ful wre the oungsters that as soon as me net en inning combat ended, waivers were asked on the Teuton by all his b.ill platers, final score. 10 to o. in favor or the Pimlentas Plmientas' tictory was due almost en tirely to the great pitching of long 'lorn IlUgheS. Who toiled nn t!i mnund hn Innings Hughes allowed but one htt and .struck out half a score of the first string placers. The regulars were ab solutely helpless before the teteran. who mixed up curtes with a change of pace Shanks' clean single to center in the fifth Was the onlt blow rpirtatprori nrr Mixrh.. Little Acosta put up a whirlwind game for the victors The Cuban came to bat five times, connected for three wal lops, was hit in the arm and walked once, besides scoring three tallies and drlting ln a run Joe Connolly was right behind AcoMa In the matter of hits wltn a trio of singles to his credit. Auntln lilt Hard. Austin pitched nte Innings Tor the regulars and was hit hard. Dent, who went in the box for two innings, was also touched up right lively. The last named did not work smoothly and com plained of a lame arm. The )oungsters lost no time going after runs Acosta, In the first Inning, led off with' a clean single to left. Calvo beat out a bunt and Joe Connolly did likewise, tilling the bases. Gedeon Hied to Moeller. Rebel Williams singled to left, scoring Acosta. Altrock walked, forcing in Calto and when Morgan let four bad ones sail past Connolly scored. Ainsmith rapped out a high Ilj to Allen Kebel Williams came home on the out fc'our runs. In the Pimlentas second Acosta was hit ori the arm, reached third on Laporte's boot of Calto's grounder and crossed the pate on a wild pitch Austin settled down and retired the side during the third and fourth innings, but as a parting biiui in me nun me joungsters grabbed off another run. when MeBride fumbled Altrock's grounder and Morgan. Ain smith and Acosta followed with clean singles. Dent apparently has nothing on the bail when he relieted Austin In the Bixth for the regulars Calto walked and raced to third when Moeller fumbled Connolly's line drite to right Gedeon scored Calto with a single to center and on Rebel Williams smaBh to right Connolly came home. Gedeon and Rebel Williams at tempted to pull off the double steal, but the Pacific Cost InH wn. noiii t. plate by McBnde s lightning throw home. ...urjiau oouuiea to right scoring Will iams. The Pimientas c-rnhheH nrr tt,ai ..s. run in the seventh and last inning on .tcosia s walk, cutos out and Connolly's Single to left Acnata Mara. Acotta nrnvMed th m.l aai.i.. ture of the struggle in the sixth, when Laporte singled to left with Moeller on third The Rochester Rambler at tempted to score on the smash, but Acosta's perfect throw got him at the plate. In the Pimlentas' setenth the sntedv Cuban mml nil .KA n ... - - .... ,,,, noj Hum first to third on Calto's slow roller to tiporie. another noteworthy feature of laporte. another notewnrthv r.,in 01 me contest. Milan and Foster w- aAtinn- .. vt. under the weather, and Grift only plajed the last named n f.tu tn.uM ti, was excused after batting practice and urn Aura piajea center for the regu lars The score: -Morning Onmr. RFRIXtRA All. R If O A E. Moeller. rt. . Koster 3h. I 0 o l o n Morler. lb 1 0 0 1 n o n cf 3 0 0 5 0 1 llandil. lb .1 ft a . n I aporte. a 3 0 10 4 1 Mianks It 3 1 C 3 0 A tVUliao. e. i a a t K AusUo. p. .. I 0 0 0 1 0 went. p. fTT... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kim' - t 0 0 0 0 0 Totals n 0 2 a 12 3 riHIENTAS Aim n n a Acosta. If. ... 3 3 3 110 Cairo, rf.. 2 1 0 0 0 CoonoUj, cf. S 2 3 0 C 0 Gedeon. 2b 3 0 13 2 1 R. Williams. 3b. 2 J I 1 Altrock. lb. . j 0 l 1 Morean. is. 3 1 1 J i t AiUBEith. a 3 0 1)10 Muncb, a 10 0 0 0 0 Huchei, p. .- 3 0 10 10 Bicker, p. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Tool at io it a 1 "i flatted for Dent in the orentli. Reenlkra , 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 imueniaa 10 0 13 1-10 Earned runs Pimlentas 1 First base by errors iicku!i9, ... a iuuccui, l. uti on bases uerulars ; Pimientaa, First bfse on balls-OS Huzhes! l.ioff Hickers, 3. off Dent. 2. Hits anade OS Hug-hes, 1. oS Hickers, 1; off Austin. 3. off Dent, 5 Struck out-Bj Umhes. 5. by Hickers, I. by Austin. 1. Two-base hit-Morsan Sacridcr flr-Alnsmlth rw. He riays-Alnsmith to Morgan. R. Williams to imiem. mi oy piicner wy Austin (Acosta)- by Bickers (JicRrlde) wild pitches- tusUn Cmrjre Mr. Roth. Time of same-1 hour and 30 minutes. ZERAGER STAYS LIMIT. Local Heavy Weight Wrestler Makes Good With Hansen. Frank Zerager, the local light-heavyweight wrestler, stated the limit fifteen minutes with AH Hassen, the Turk wrestler, at the Lyceum Theater last night. Zerager put up a clever exhibition and Hassen was forced to work on tho defensive at least a third of the time. Tonight Hassen will take on Scroggins, of the Memorial Athletic Club. Scroggins Is well known around tpwn for his mat work, and will put up a good bout. To morrow night Hassen will take on two men, FIddlesop and Kid Stelne. Zerager challenged Hnssen to a finish match, winner to take the entire purse. last night. If a suitable purse was of fered. Hassen stated that he could beat Zerager In thirty minutes, and If Mana ger Mayer Is agreeable the men may get together again before the week Is out. Wlnntona Organised. The Winston Athletic Club has reor ganized for the coming season and would like to arrange games with teams averag ing nineteen years. For games address Harty L. 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Spring Su, W.OO to T.30. BIEBER-KAUFMAN GO. THE MAN'S DEPT. STORE 901-9 8th St. S. S. Down by the Xary Tard. MAUPAS AFTER TURNER. Ilnltlmorr tlor Anxious for n Sfntcla vrltta I.ornl Chnninlon. Baltimore. Md , March 2k. 1913. To Sporting Kditor The Washington Herald. Pear Sir: I challenge Joe Turner to wrestle Al Maupas ln a finish match and Turner accepted the challenge and set the date for the match, ana men crawiea nut of It. and took on AH Hassen, whom hi- knew he could beat. Now, to show the public that te are not after a loner's end. I will agree to let Maupas wrestle Turner, and if Al is not the winner we will gite our end of the purse to charity. If Turmr still refuses to meet Maupus. then Al Is ready to wrestle any one that Turner ma name, if he (Turner), will agree to meet tne winner. Now, It is up to Turner to name the man for Maupus to wrestle. It he (Turner), won't take him on in a fln!h match. (No one barred under JXJ pounds ) Thanking jou kindly for this space, I remain. 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