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Griffs Land Overtime Game When Williams Makes Wild Heave?Racing1
Eighteen-Inning Battle
Captured by Nationals
C. Williams' Wild Heave
Paves Way for Griffmen
to Beat White Sox.
Florida avenue stadium became the
"land of the midnight sun" yesterday
afternoon when Griffs Nationals
handed a setback to the world cham
pion White Sox In an eighteen-innlng
combat by a l-to-0 count
It was a pitchers' duel all the way.
King pin Walter Johnson working
the entire route for the Nationals,
while Claude Williams, of southpaw
in-and-out fame, did the duties for!
the White Sox. Claude has no one
to blame for this over-time defeat
but his wee little self" as his wild
heave in the eighteenth gave the
Griffmen their lonesome tally and
sent to a very late supper some 4.000
fans who were keyed up to high pitch.
Starting these ball games at 4:J0 is
all good and proper, but when they
ask local fandom to ait through two
real pitching battles It Is more than
is desired as many "wayouts" Jumped
Into one-armed lunch rooms to over
come the starvation period caused by
Umplre-in-Chief HUdebrand. in work
ing this game through the "midnight
sun period."
Outside of Williams' wild heave,
which paved the way for the local*.
Walter Johnson and Eddie Ainsmlth
are credited with timely clouts which
put the Nationals in the running. It
.happened in the eighteenth after Fos
ter had popped out. Alnsmith singled
#to center and moved all the way to
the far corner when Johnny Collins
delayed a few seconds in recovering
Johnson's clout in the same ter^tory. |
The Nationals' rooters appealed to !
Bert Shotton to deliver and because
of being over-anxious this speedy out- 1
fielder allowed a hook ball to pass I
over. He fouled off the next and I
things looked dreary for local fan- J
dom. but Claude Williams made the j
next issue a gift by heaving a curved 1
ball to the grand stand which placed '
Ainsmlth over the dish with the de
ciding tally.
Many opportunities were presented
to'both teams to push tallies through
but emergency air-tight pitching
clamped down the lid. Johnson's
credit for nine strikeouts Is not any
thing remarkable, as Claude Williams
Jell victim on five occasions, and Rls
herg twice. Sensational fielding by
1.avan. Judge and Shanks at different
times saved the day for the locals,
while the champion White Sox out
field was compelled to work overtime
in tearing down twenty-three clouts !
In their directions.
r*laude Williams, although wild
pitching himself out of this over
time battle, demonstrated that he has
more In his southpaw slant than the
ordinary heaver, as he forced the
Nationals to pop up for six straight
innings and not until the seventh did
the Griffmen ground one to the inner
works, this coir rg f.om the bat of
Johnny Lavan. Milan Immediately
followed with a tingle to center.
Hopes of no-hit fame slightly rattled
the southpaw twirler, as he issued
free t. asportation to Howard
Shanks, but Joe Judge's effort was
a fly to Collins.
Morgan was hit in the ribs in the
next session and moved along by Fos
ter's blow to right, but Ainsmith's
attempt to sacrifice resulted in a
force-out of Ray at the far corner.
Hopes were past when Johnson and
I-a**n skyed the ball. The Nationals
did not have another chance until
the twelfth, when two men were
down and Judge singled over second
and Morgan drew a free pass, but
Foster was not there with the pinch
punch.
In the first sessim the White Sox
proved a worry to the Kansas Cy
clone, as Murphy s hit and Lavan's
error of Weaver's mfleld out made
them look very much alive, but a
fast double play by Lieut Johnny
killed off the going.
FIELDER JONES' CREW
NOSE OUT YANKEES
New Tork. May 15.-With Ave for
mer Yankee players In the linkup,
the 8t Louis Browns nosed the Yan
kees out In the twelfth inning today,
winning 5 to 4. The Yankees tied
the score in the ninth sfter two were
out. Score by Innings: R. H. E
St Louis 000 200 200 001-5 12 1
New York 200 000 002 000-4 9 1
Batteries?Shocker and Nunamaker;
Love. Caldwell and Hannah. Umpires
?Evans and Nail la.
Check Up Wild Heave ?
Against These Zeros
Nitlwili abr.hbb.so.sh.sb.poi a. a.
Sbottoo. rf. 7010000000
Milan, cf ... T ? 1 I I M I M
Khanka. V ? 0 1 1 4 0 0 10 4 0
Judm. lb. r o i t 1 o oa i o
Footer. 3b. T 01 OOOM4I
A mssnith, c. T 1 1 0 0 0 012 1 0
J obnewsi. pi T 0 1 0 1 0 0 11
Totals ?.J01 TIM 1MB
White Box? ab.r,h.bbiso.sh.sb.po.a.e
Lribold, If 0010100000
Murphy, ft 0 0J100000O
Wester, m. 0 01001 0s 14
Gondii, lb. 0 0000001400
X. Collin.. cl TOOOOOOOO
McMullen. 3b. 001011014
Schatt. e. 0010010400
WMm* pi M 1010011
Totals * 9 010 I 0 I 0*14 1
?One out irnen winning run waa scored.
NATIONAL*.
113454700 10 11 1313 14 1514 IT 10
Runs ..000000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
Hit* .000000110 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
WHITE BOX.
133450700 10 11 1J D 14 If M IT If
Runs .000000000 00000000 0- 0
Hits ..110100011 00 111 0111
Flrst base by errors-Nationals 1. White Box 1.
Left on baaaa. Nationals H White Sox Ml Tvo
bc.se hit a. Murphy. Riaberg. Doable pUys,
Leran to Risbert to Gandil. Hit by pitcher,
by William. (Morgan). Wild pitcbea. Williams.
Passed halls, Ainamith. Umpirea, Hiklerbrand
and Owena. Time of came, 3 hours 43 minutes.
PITCHERS' DUEL GOES
TO MACK'S TRIBE
.
Philadelphia. Pa., ^fay II.?The
greatest twirling duel that tuts been
developed in Philadelphia this season
resulted In a victory for the Athletics
over Cleveland In the opening game
of the series today by 3 to 2. Score
by innings: R. H. E
Cleveland 000 010 000 000 1-2 5 1
Philadelphia .. 000 000 001 000 2-1 ? 4
Batteries?Coveleskle and O'Neill,
Myers and McAvoy. Umpires?Con
nolly and Dtneen. \
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS
TRIM BOSTON BRAVES
8t Louis, Mo., May IS?St. Louis
took a 10-inning contest from the
Braves here today. The winning run
was scored In the tenth off Ragan.
who relieved Heame. Hearoe and
Sberdell staged a pitcher's battle for
eight Innings, but both weakened In
the ninth. Score by Innings:
R. H. E.
Boston 0 00 000 00 a 0?2 7 2
St Louis 000000002 1?S ? 1
Batteries?Hearne, Ragan and Wil
son; Sherdell, Packard and Snyder.
Umpires?Klem and Emslle.
BROOKLYN DODGERS
DEFEAT PITTSBURGH
Pittsburgh. Pa.. May 15.?Ball and
bat fund day was celebrated here
today In a game between Pitts
burgh and Brooklyn, the latter win
ning 5-to-l. Marquard was hit
Creely In the llrst Ave innings, but
kept his hits scattered. After that
he did not allow a safe hit. while
Cooper, for Pittsburgh, was hit
hard. Score by Innings:
R H. E
Brooklyn 00002012 0?5 0 1
Pittsburgh.. 01000000 0?1 7 0
Batteries?Marquard and Kruger;
Cooper and Schmidt. Umpires,
Messrs. Qulgley and Harrison.
GOLFERS START T0DAT.
One hundred and sixteen top
notch golfers, along with prom
inent out-of-town players, will
start today in the annual spring
tournament at Chevy Chase Club.
The first pair will tee off ^t 8:3<V
this morning in this eighteen-hol*
qualification round.
Such well-known golfers will
make the journey today as Wal-.
ter Tuckerman. and E. B. Eynon.
Jr., of local fame, and George M.
Hoffner. of Philadelphia. Peroy
R. Pyne, 2d., of New York; Rich
ard Tumstall. of Norfolk; Thomas
Sasscer. of Baltimore, and W.
P. Cleveland, of Aronimlnk.
BOTH SIK5 Of 7? AT K ST. "THE DCPEMSABUl STOPt
S'vrt H-urt: 9: IS A. M. to C P. M., Indndin; Saturdays
Men's and Young Men's
$20 and $22.50 Suits at
Another great suit value-giving oc
casion for today, offering the season's
newest styles at a price far below the
prevailing cost. Considering the
prices the makers are asking today
for these suits this sale is, indeed,
extraordinary.
These Srib aril of ALWool and
Gray Cheviots and
Effects ami
r- ? . ,
Styles in English and Military models, with patch or flap
pockets; also conservative models. Sizes in the lot, 33 to 42.
Men's $25.00 and $27.50 Suits, $19.50
Men's High-grade Suits, of canimere, worsted and cheviot,
in the most desirable colorings; nobby and conservative mod
els; best tailoring; sizes in the lot from 34 to 40.
FM Floor, DayKfht Clothing Stan for Mm.
ZEROES HANDED
0T. ST. JOSEPH
Catholic University Takes
Baltimoreans Into Camp
By a 5-to-0 Count.
Catholic University ball club de
feated the Mt. St. Joseph's College
! team from Baltimore yesterday In a
pitchers duel In which Krooenweter
came out on the Ions end of * i to 0
count.
Zasassll. who opposed "Togo." was
wild In spots and his bases on balls
resulted In runs for the home folks.
Kronenweter was In rare form and
held the visitors to two lone hits,
seattered through the nine Innings.
Only one taan reached second baa*
and not a man reached the hot
corner.
St. I. AB HOil C. V. ABHOAB
Nt.it let* ttGlennon.rf. Mill
M'Dmitt,2b <01* wCaahwan.aa |IM|
MeOutn.U. J ? * ? e{Roon?r.3b.. 1 I i I I
Hdsch.lb., J Oil 0 OfScbvsits^b 11)11
Osnaon.cf. Ill* OIQIaseott.cf. ? 0 J ? I
Maii0.3b... lilt OjO'Don'ell.lf t 0 0 0 I
AtVrton.ss 10 0 4 1 K?adric*.lb 4 0 0 *0
Hoock.c? llll Zjll'Don'ih.e Ittll
Zaaasali,p. 3 0 0 0 JKmn'te.i, 3 10 3 0
?Bro loooo
Totals... 33 10 V M 0
Totals., a 1 24 10 3]
Scnrs by Innings: *
St. Jowph 000 000 OOO-O
Catholic ITnirenity 100 mws
Summary: Runs-Glennon. Oaahman, 2;
ODonnrll, McDouough. Eara?d nuo-C. 0.,
<- Hut baas by error*? C. D.. Z. Lett an
bsiss St. Joseph, 1; C. D? 14. First base on |
balla-Off Zaaasll. 0; of Krooenweter. 1
Struck out?By ZassllHa. 0; by Krooenweter. 0.
Sacrifice bita-Kradrick. Krooenweter. Stolen
baaerf-Caahmsn. 1 Double plajra-Kronenweter
to McDooough to Scfewarts. Wild pitcb?
Zaxaxall. t'mpira?Ifr. iiroee. Time of taste
Two boura
RED SOX RALLY IN
NINTH BEATS TIGERS
Boston. May 15.?Overcoming a
three-run lead. Boston today defeat
ed Detroit, S to 4, In the first game
of the series. The Sox staged a
ninth-Inning rally and shoved two
runs across the plate before two
men had been retired. The score.
BOSTON. | DETROIT.
ab-h.po.a.e.j ab.h.poa.e
Hooper, it. i I I I Of Bush, ? ..t) 1 i 0
Hbssn. 2b... 3 lit 1 Walker. If.. 0 1 1 0 1
Streak. cf... 9 111 UCtobb. cf . . 4 0 2 0 0
Wb'man. If. 4 I 1 0 I Veach. rf... ? 0 3 0 0
Molnnis. lb. J 1 IS 0 WH'lman. IK 4 0 14 0 0
Tbomaa. iloli 1 Vitt. 3b... 4 114 0
Scott, 1 J 4 ojYounJt ?.. 4 0 1 T 0
Agnew, c. .. 3 0 3 1 ?Yalle. c. .. 4 1 1 t 0
Both. p. ... 3 1 0 4 1 Dallas, p... 0 3 0 I 0
?Scbang .... 0 0 0 0 fl
?HobUtiel. ..11000
Tbtais ....nioair 4] Toui? ? <301* 1
?Batted for Thomas in ninth.
tBatted for Arnew In ninth.
tOue out when winning run scored.
Scora by innincs
Detioit 0 0 1 ? 1 0 ? 0 0-4
""?too .0 OIltlllM
Runa-Strunk ?, Scott, Ruth, Sthang Bush
(2), Telle. Daius. Two-baas hits-Bush,' Ruth,
Whitman, Dam. Three base hits?Walker.
Stolen bases?Sheas. Stnmk. Left on bssrh
Boston i, Detroit 4. first baas on errors?De
trait 1. Base on balls-Off Both L off Dais* 4.
Struck oat?By Ruth 1, by I>suss 1. Sacrifice
bit? Shean. Sacrifics flv Mrlnr.ia Double
play a-Ruth. Scott and Mclnnia rmpirra
Moriarity and O Laughlin. Tlme-1 hour ?
minutes.
PHILLIES TAKE CUBS
INTO CAMP BY 5 TO a
Chicago. May if.?'Walker pitch
ed well until the fourth Inning,
when the Phillies hammered him
freely, and drove him" out of the
box. The final score was Philadel
phia five, Chicago three. Pender
gast hurled a steady game all the
w*y.
RUE
Philadelphia. 00020011 0?a 10 i
Chicago 02000001 0?3 ? 1
Batteries?Prendergast and Burns;
Walker. Weaver and Killlfer. Um
pires. Messrs. Rigrler and Moran.
Abbot Wim Title.
The Abbot School baseball team I
defeated yesterday the Blake team. I
by the count of 8 to 2. This game
decided the winner of Section "A,"
in the New York Avenue Play
ground League. Russell held the
Blake boys In the hollow of his
hend all the way. Score by Innings:
Blake 00 00 01 10-2
Abbot 3 2 1 2 1 0 0 0?9
Batteries?Russell and Goldberg;
coll urn and Hagrne.
JOHNSON STARTS AGAIN.
Walter Johnson has once more
started upon his regular route of
handing seroes, In run getting to
his opponents. The It-inning
victory scored by the Nationals
yesterday pushes Walter up into
31 consecutive Innings, without
being scored upon. Walter start
ed in the final three innings of
the second game with Boston
and followed this up by a'one
session emergency against the
Red Sox in the finil battle. l.?st
Saturday I c- KrU"- ? ?': n I-l >
were handed nine big seroes by
the Kansas cyclone and his 18
inning performance yesterday
gives him the grand total of tl
straight innings without being
scored upon.
The new Spring
j?COLLAR./^
MONROE
$17.00
CLOTHES SHOP
F at lOtk St N. W. UpAh
?. B. Ceraer. 3d Flaer.
$25.00 Vaiae for $17.00
PIMLICO
_ BALTIMORE
Waryl?d tookoy Clah
admimion*. iuo.
WAR CLOUD AND
JACK HARE, JR.
Divided Preakness Stakes
Is Captured by This Pair
at Pimlico.
?r Jtzmyr doy i.e.
MAY HOLD MATCH RACE.
The condition* of the Pimknsss
provided that the winners of the
race decide among themselves who
waa to retain the historic Wood
lawn vim, Three ways were dis
cuaaed aa to lta disposition: Win
ter* to to** a coin for It; acre* to
race for It thl* fall, or acre* to
race for It Friday, the closing day
of the meeting.
A* both the owner* will not *htp
their horae* Immediately to Ja
maica^ it i* possible that the Jock
ey Club will arrange a match race
for War Cloud and Jack Har*, Jr.,
on Friday. Huch a race would
mark another epoch in Maryland
turf niatory.
War Cloud, A. K. Macomber'a
prise three-year-old, captured the
first division of the Preakneaa Stake,
at Pimlico yesterday. Jack Har*,
Jr., made a run-away affair of the
?econd diviaion and won easily.
War Cloud waa favored at the
break, and Jockey Johnny Loftua
got his mount away from the poat
in One style. George Starr went on
the rail with Flags racing him hard
at the first turn but War Cloud was
racing easily In third poaition.
At the turn In the back *tr*tch
the pace began to tell, on George
Starr and Flaga and both dropped
back giving way to War Cloud.
After getting into the *tretch Lof
tu* touk hi* mount to the front and
drew him away for a safe distance
and let him down. Sunny Slope
came with a rush about sixty yard*
from the finish and Loftus had to
resort to the whip. His mount,
however, answered gamely to the
beating and won going away. Sunny
Slope went Into aecond poaition with
Lanius, the favorite, who came from
behind in time to get the place.
War Cloud stepped the distance
in 1:53 2-5, and proved that he
would have ahown better In the
Kentucky Derby had the track been
to his liking.
In the second division although It
did not call to the post the high class
horses as did the first division, the
patrons were given a run for their
money when Jack Hare, Jr., grabbed
the declaion.
The race was Jack Hare. Jr.'s from
the break, when he got off to a good
lead and drew away from his field
for the entire distance. The Porter
hung on to second podltloa gamely,
but never could get up with the
leader,
Troms la >Mort, an imported colt by
Verwood-Marsa, was the contender
for a mile, but could not stand the
pace and soon tired and began to drop
out of the running. Jack Hare, after
once getting In the stretch, took
things easy and won aa he pleased.
The Porter holding to second position
the entire distance, came in for the
place with Kate Bright third.
Officials at the track estimated that
more than 5,000 persons turned out to
witness the turf classic of Maryland.
An hour before the first race was
scheduled to be run every seat in
the grand stand was taken and an
endless procession of people filed In
to the track.
Such Interest was manifested in the
winners of the Preakness that a match
race between War Cloud and Jack
Hare, Jr.. is practically assured for
Friday, th* closing day of th* meet.
Other races carded for the after
noon were of high caliber and fur
nished an afternoon of good sport.
The Monumental Handicap, a six fur
long sprint, was annexed by Tea
Caddy, who, after getting off at the
break raced easily and won by three
lengths from Cum Sah, who closed
with a rush. Hauberk, after a rough
Journey, ran in third place. The sum
mary:
FIRST RACK Two miles: Superhuman. 130
"i?. ??<?. 5.?. won; New Ha ten. 152
(Crawford), 7 30 4.10. aeoond; Sixty Four IK!
(F. Williams), 5.00. third. Time, 3a M ' Ke
Pentant, Garter, The Carmet, infidel U Porin
Melos. Turmoil. Kin* Simon, Khomb and Sa
turn also ran.
BGCOND RACE?Four and one-half furlonn
Penroae. KM (Ericaon). M0, no, 110. won:
Little Man die, 104 (Kummer), 180, tlO. aeeond:
Little Cole, IB (J. HcTaoait). M0 third.
Time, 0 ?. Gilder, Dunedin and Banzai also
ran.
THIRD RACE?Mile and atrtr yards- N K
Beal. 10? (Corey). M?0, 14.30 and T.I0 won:
Captain Ray. 101 (T. Rowan I. 10.20 and 9.50
second; Tie Pin. 100 (Walk). 3.00. third. Time,
1:40 44. Great Dolly, Frank Ketch. Wodan.
Fairy Lejend, Dalroae. Cncle Sande. Cbmacho
Kebo'alaoMnDOC*Cy. M?"7 ?" CUA M'
FOURTH RACK?Mile and an eishth: Wai
Cloud, 117 (Loftu*). 5.W ?.*>, 3.50: Sunni
Slope. 107 (Callahan). 37.30. lire aeeond
Uniua. 110 U. McTassartl, ? 90. third. Tim.
153 34. Flags. Jnhrea. Orestes. < :? orje Stan.
Quietude. Foreground and Mary Mamie ;i1m
ran.
FIFTH HACK?Three-fourth mile: Tea Cad
dy, NO (J. MrTassart). 5.30. 3.X. 2.20; Cum
Sah, 97 (Kummer). 7J0; 100: Hiiherk, 112
<Jeak>. 3.30. Time, 1:1315. Japhet. Bill Me
Cloy and Deeiaite alao ran.
BIXTB R- E?Mile and an eishth: Jack
IU <***>? ** M? end M* won:
The tater. 1* (Kummer), 3a. 110: Kate
W (Lrkel. 5J0 Time, ISM. Tramse
I* Meat. Beconat and fTinhmhes the mx
SEVENTH RACE?One Mia: Menomoy MB
(Lyke), 10.70, (.? and JJO, won; Burr te
non. Ml (Walk). ML* sad M0, aeeond: tad
Maa. U0 (O'BriaB). 3,00. third. Time. 1*44
Firing Lis*. Kisc Worth, Bar ef Phoaala,
' LOUISVILLE RESULTS.
FIRST BACB-Ptnse, MOO; maiden Olllea.
2year-olds: four and a half furlon*. Binding
Tie. IIS (Gentry). 9.1V. C*. won; Madras.
11S (Movyi), 2.80. 130. aeeond; Le?DUl, Ill
(lfetolf < 3:30. Tine. 541-5. Heater R. Black
Wing. Lister Queen, Astrae, Lamppoet, Miai
Orl* e'.'o tin. h
SEiT"1 P.M'FJ-Claiminf pur* $700; 3-year
?>2d? and i ; ?ire and a half furlongs. Sedan.
Ill (8andi). 3.'0. : K> sad 2?. von; Sqoeeler.
US (Liltey). ilo ' 2?. second; DaTli Cjai*.
US (ObnaeBy). t;:# r.iid. Tin, 1*>* Kit
and Sparklet also i.: i.
THIRD RACE- l'un*. Ml; *year-olda; vita
and areaaty l?d> Larky B. Ill (McCabe).
3.60, 1M aA 1SD, won: W. P. Dehner. ?
(Slmpeon). 00 mi rto. >eeond: Aunan. 10
(Gantry), Ml Hi Time, 1:MM. Th* Toff,
?sa Haffeein* ate na.
FOURTH RACK?Handicap puss, ?.??
3-year-olda aad ap; Sz hakjasa Solly. IS (I.
Mont). UL UOasdUl won; Kla( Qertn,
IS (W. Owmrt, 11* and 1*. aaeeod; N
Srson 100 (Kedaial, 4J0. third. Cm
Chalmers and Maria as- m
FIFTH UOC-lh* ead a half furkmo*
Billy KaOy. Ill (Bhwiia). uo, M0 and MO,
woa: Cot Tailor. 110 (Mans). 7Jo sad 4.(0
osooad; Cot IMwda. 110 (UDa?). Ml third
Time, M. Henry Botarta, Mack Oaraer, Cor
Stna BusJa Can. Baa Bek. fan Deeod
Lancelot nq.
SIXTH RACE-Mil* aad a n - - -
m (Sands), 130. M* sad Ml. wm; IisBi.i,
f? (Sentry). M0 and IA Moot; taasaar. Ul
(Tharher). 10.10. third. 11m* 1* Todalaa
Con Lam, Uop, BapsOlai 'oho ?
UIHn RACE-Mile sad
TbonJk*?. 110 (Gentry). wea; Safety )M
111 (Benett), aeeond; BUi* T. 110 irirhrnl
ta*. lime, 1*714. Oaoaa Enat K
?. Wsdl. Ml Bart
^ opm on 9m Ma
JS_/
Only Pro-Germans Can Put
In Sunday Ball Protest
ramuupi MtcLn. ,
Waahlncton. 1; Chicago, 0. (Ill
Inalnrs).
Athletics, ti Cleveland, t.
New York, 4; 81 LtOuis, i <Uj
innings).
Bo*ton, I; Detroit, i. ~
WIDU1 THEY PLAT TODAY.
Chicago at Washington.
St Louis at New York.
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
Detroit at Boston.
STANDING or"m CLUBS.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Boston .... IS 1* .??0
New York 11 11 .511
Cleveland .11 11 .Ml
Chicago |.... 11 It .114
Washington .'...11 IS ?***
St Louts 10 11 Alt
Athletics 1* 11 .41*
Detroit 1 11 .Ml
TBITHDAPl KKSULTS.
Cincinnati, I; New York. 1.
Brooklyn 6: Pittsburgh. 1.
Phillies, 5; Chicago, 1.
St. Louis, 1; Boston.
WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY.
j Brooklyn at Pittsburgh.
New York at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Boston at St Louis.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Won. Lost Pet.
New York 10 4 ' .111
Chicago 14 1 .434
Cincinnati 14 12 .111
Pittsburgh 11 11 .1M
Phillies 4....1I 11 .471
Brooklyn 1 14 .114
St. Louis ? I IS .141
Boston 1 11 .111
PIMLICO ENTRIES.
FIRST ILACB?Claimiaf; C jear-olda; (bar aad
a half furkm* BrapK IV; Tmamj Wuc,
MT; Mart* Oonnetl. IV; Oorm W . W; Sir Beau.
1M; Hilda. W; Banaai, 110: #l>eadaaia. M.
Eddie MeBride, 110. Rinc Lender. lit; ?Agam
Cook. IS; McLean. M; OU Bdl Bmkr. I"
BEOOND RACE?Claiming; yytwMa; ?
ad a tfxteenth. 'Frank Keogh, Ml; Huw>
Hill (imp). 114: tOrey EifV (bnrx). 114;
African Arrow (imp.). 114; ? Scotch woodcock,
lit; nuriw *, Ml; ?Albtm (ImjO. tDmn
ttlla. Ml; Valapar. 114; Golden Glow. U4; Poor
IIHMflj. Ml; Mohican. U4; 'Lord Herbert
(tap.). Ml; "Ctorai. *?; Thamar. 1?. Saxhama
Jounamr (tmxn). Iff.
tBom entry.
THIRD RAOM?<Vicknora rteepleehaaa tea
dicnp; 4-year-oida aad op; two milea. Drama
turfe (imp.). Plight Captain. 1M; Goldilocks. I
1?; Lttle Horn. IS; OnMbwd. IS: Broofca
m. TCaptain Parr. IS; 'Robert Oliver. Ml;
tSklbbereen. Ml; JPlaMr D'Amour (imp.). IS;
Sua Kiac. 1?; Tbm Brook (lap.). Ml; BL
Charicota. 1ST.
TParr entry: SWidaaer entry
FOURTH RAPE-The CUbaodi MeaorW
Pinard. 1M; Esquimau. Ul; Sea Pirate. 1M;
Bettie Bluff. Ill; Dr. Ran. 1M; Broken
ProcnJaoa. 112; Keynote. Ill
FIFTH RACE-The Btafford handicap: S-yaar
olda aad up; milei Crank. IS; Kin* Neptune.
104; tLeocharea. IS; fJaphat. ?T; Nebraeka. IT;
I ^un roach. UT; Senator iamaa. S.
SIXTH RAOB?Belling handicap; 3-year-otde
and np; mile aad iitj yarda Biermaa (imp.).1
IS; "Crwpuacalo (imp.). Ml; Dan. Ill; Pint
Troop. S; Irw?lir. 112; Ookl Greet Boy. IS;
?Boner. Ml; W. K. Baal. IS; tfteeer. Ml;
tSandman II. 1M; ?Starry Banner, S; "Tfce
Beiaian II 0m*.). Ml
tMcLean entry.
SEVENTH RACE?Selttaff: ?rear-old* and
np; mile and eizternth. Goblin, IS; Game
Cock. Ml; Judge WiogAeid. 112: '.Bar at
Phoenix. Ill; Amattaaain. S; ?Obolua, 1?.
?Apprentice allowance claimed.
JAMAICA ENTRIES.
FIRST RACE?Two-year oide; eelling; Ire
furkmfa: *Anat Dinah, IS; ?Sharp Practice.
S; Unviee Child. S; Clare Bo<*he. Ml; ffcia
Spring. IS; Dottie Vandeveer (formerly Mia.
Kate Leydrcker). Ml; Onaood (imp). 112; Da
hlnda. IS; Court J cafe* II. Ml; The Depot
imp), IS; Harry 11. 8te?en*. 112; Fain
I*rince, Ml; 'Keen Jane. KB; Bylrano (imp.?,
112; Woodermaa (bap.). IS; War Zone. IS
SECOND RAGE?Three year-old* aad ur:
Mllingt Bee aad one-half furkm?B: "Jona Buc.
CI; Royce RoBa. Ml; *BeO Ringer. IS; 'Poach
cr. S; Stamping Ground II. S: Wheat Cakea.
%; *Adde. S; 'Wood Thrush. S; Ixmghi
(imp). S; AO Aglow. Ml; Peep 8%ht. Ul;
Harry Burgoyne. 104.
THIRD RACE?'Three-year-olda and up; aell
ing- one mile and aereaty yarda: *Gokttag
(imp.), S; Phalerian (imp.). US; I^dy Ger
trude (imp.). S; Home Sweet Home, 112; *Say.
104; *Jul(a B.. IS; *Aldebaran. IS; Saade
(Imp). 115: Treadlifhtly II (imp ), S.
FOl'RTH RACE-Three-year-olda and up:
?n?e Paumonok Handicap; ttx furlonfa: High
Noon. IS; Camp Fire. 18; Tumbler, KB; Royal
Enwgn, Ml; Greek Lagen (Imp.). S; Green
Gold. S; Panaman (Imp.), ?; Old Kaoatf.
lit; Hank O'Day. IS; StaitHa* llR
FIFTH RACB?Three-year-olda; aalliag; aix
furlonga: Oar Nephew, Ml; Jane Mary. 1?:
Royce Rolla, 1H; Whlpponr Will. 1M; Prune*
111; 'Wheatcakea. Ml; Thlatle. Ill; Pledra
(imp.). 1M; Frederick the Great (imp.), 1M.
SIXTH RACE?Two-year-olda; maideue; Br?
furlongs: Different Eyea, 115; Teddy Ronacan.
115; Yuruckri. 115; Jorlce. 112; Charley Thorley.
Ill; Sailor. IS; IAon D Or. Ul; Manet. 112:
Rundial II Ul: Ariea. 1M; Cte. Ill;
R'fdat, 1M; Taraacon (imp), Ul; Croii d Or.
UR . ??
j ?Aprrentkc allowancr claimed.
LOUISVILLE ENTRIES.
IIHST I'Af'B t'urnr. I8D6; 2rrtir-old B1.jd("
o>lu mid gtlditifi: four and ? half furlongs.
tfiWnt Bid. I4i; Bmnins. Park. Ill; Bl Beet.
IB; Bonrtdta. Ul; Lo??Il, 111; Counter B?a
?rce. Ul; Imp. fin Ul; Lothair. ill; Bo?
ter OUrt. Ill; 1 ?h. I Wis. Ul; MaMd. II;
Charier Beetor. Ill Aks rtWM.: Jos SUkr,
M; tPVutsr Mm. ul
mtrj.
SECOND KACB-CUtanin?. pan.. Ml; lw
otd. tod ??; riz (Blow, lap Sirocco, ?;
Olympian Kiss, ?; darter NolU, ?; mIts
Jaho, n?; t? Muter. Mt; 'Vlter, M; nUr
tro. IB; BIDi. B.. W; ?Word. O'Wbdoo, MS;
Lord Byron. Ul; Sir Bigtr. Ill; Bstinr, III
Atoo rtHbte; TortrUl., NT; Otow Up. HT;
?Olairromt. ?; Tom Cm, IB; Opb.Ua W..
M0; -aiady. I Is. ML
THIRD BAOB?C^aimins; pus MM- 4-rasr
old# and ap; Mtl* and aUlwulh. ?kathrm
Grnr. ?; ?Hifh Hone. 1M; John Horte. W;
Old Broom. Ul; Sod Maid, Ul; ?Dnar, lM
FOURTH HOT-Pot.. |M; VrMroH ?)
Hte; foor aad s half furlongs Lady Rwhcl.
1M; I Wis. Ml; Batter Ok. (tan). i?; car
rte Moon, ni; Nona T., Ul.
nPTH BACB-Ptns. B.W handicap, tylu
olda and up; mil. aad one ililnntli. Tate,
M; Wansw. M; Basnr Kill. M; Opportan
kr. us.
SIXTH MAtm tUnaamjaa Mi; l.y<arold
fllBaa; lb flllln?s. Ickibas. Ml; Tally, Ul;
ulnar Qtmn. Ill; Baka. Ul; Cnatal Dar, Ul;
Vita Amarira. 1M;
SBVBNTH BAOB
mil" and oas rtatentk. ?Ladkr' Dec. _.
?Dnar. N9; Saasaaav, M; Uttna Polly. M;
Mint
PIMLICO SELECTlOm.
First race?A?*aa Cook,
wuc, Swaeplat.
Second nm-Onr Ksxlc. Coral,
Umatilla.
Third race??t. Charlooto. Rob
ert Oliver, Capt. Parr.
Fourth race?Baqolmauz, Dr.
Rsa. Pinard.
rua
Sacrifice of Boys in Uni
form More Than That
of Other Home-Staying
Americans.
SUNDAY TICKETS ON *Ai r
..TLOU~nd* ?o|0'*r? from th?
lB thl* ???'nltr will
?*? ''wnUft of til* Sabbath
h*?a ball attraction at tk? Flor
id-"""1* ball park on Sunday
inn 0?\ When th*
will, no doubt, meet th* Now
22 BJt *?. Tlck,u "??
w" P?t on aala by the local
management for this Bandar
**"" ?t th. downtown
These pasteboards will bs aold
5!. .. Spauldlnra until Batur
' *' noon when they <??? ^
*l <?>? Florida Avenue
7^'"? . Th? Sunday came will
ba called at t:M instead of 1:M.
Ten tf twenty thousand young
? ot th?n> without friends
in Washington, will ba at liberty
on Sunday afternoons during this
coming summer. That they can be
tMltv fC?m# C,e*n he<utl"r ?PPor
t unity of amusement upon Sunday
afternoon is highly necesaary.
,.?S talk '? of tha boys in khaki,
roreat green, and blue. Bueball
offers them the best means at
D'?tliet Commissioners
and the Washington Baseball Club
sure made a brilliant patriotic
more, when Sunday baseball was
legalised for the soldiers, sailors and
marines, who will be in ovr midst
?a long as Kaiser Bill Insists on be
ing king of the world.
This year of the Lord 1?1S should
. a highly durable time for all
to make sacrifices as the principle
of 8unday baseball may not ring
true to the ears of a few local In
habitants, but It is a recreation that
'* *nd the princlplea of the
game are for the good of the nation,
especially Its lighting forces. The
boys who are trailng in Washington
ana the vincinity, to go over sea,
aro mkklng a rather Important
sacrifice themselves. They are of
fering their lives if they are needed
and why should not all Americans.'
who are real Americans, give theae
boys opportunities to enjoy them
selves In the clean national pas
time, while on their forty-eight
hour leave.
Anyone, big, Uttle or amall. re
gardless of all creed, who should pro
teat against these boys, who are
serving America today, from having
recreation, should be ranked among
alien enemies and cooped up where
all pro-Germans belong. These boys
who are carrying your light and the
world's fight are the finest bunch
of boys ever g^tl.eitd together for
any purpose. They have no love
for violence; they do not enjoy
the prospect of being blown up.
sniped, mined or gassed any more
than do the gentlemen who are stay
Iln* rtght In their homes here, pre
tending to be doing their bits
Many things that these khakl-clad
warriors are doing In this great war
Rre against their principles and vet
they make this great sacrifice as
they make aU others. When it comes
I to a question of sacrificing some
I tht" rime It is apt to strike
the Sabbath observer that the boys
In the service have given up much
mors thsn this self-sppolnted guar
dian.
It will be from the rank and file
of theae boys in khaki that the
.711' ?om< whlch win witness
the Nations s In action on the thir
teen Sundays thst have been pro
posed for the entertainment of Dis
trict soldier faej j.\-i
.J?U?"lg.vn *pp*"' fnm J<* Cos
^fe i.. City, in behalf
of the men in uniform, we aay ?
^Would It not be better and more
patriotic to hold back our personal
25? *'"O Indorse stoically the
wrench this thing Is giving our con
sciences than to interfere with
in.!,!"?y*' entertainment, for after
h, . W? ,hu? Practice
^?r0X"np,rrtwi,h th~
INTERNATIONAL.
Toronto, ?; Jersey City, 4.
Newark, 8; Buffalo. 2..
AT WEST POINT.
Army 11; 8pringfleld T. X. C. A., L
Parker, Bridget & Company
l . *? ? .j jr'
k
. '"About young men's suits
EVERY Store talks about
young men's styles. But
the clothes say it all; when
you see the rery smart
?deli at P-B'i year eye wl tel
jm tken's aotkag mr seed ke
f Net mif Afctfct rtyiw hat r?
?Mr H VALUES awl Ike betf rup
ef peltew at
$20-25-30
77ie i4 venue at Ninth
JUDGE PROVES GAME.
Local fans emitted a bis *igh of
relief when Joe Judge stood on his
feet and bravely faced the ordeal
of the Ift-innlng battle at Ameri
can League ball park yesterday,
after he was submarined by an at
tack of Buck Weaver. This hap
pened in the first inning when ran
dom figured that Joe Judge had
once again broken his leg.
Murphy had beat out an infield
hit asd Weaver grounded to U
van. Johnny's throw was a little
delayed and Judge was compelled
to stretch. Although La van's
throw beat W^pver to the bag he
tore Judge off the bag when their
spikes and legs became mixed.
Judge laid on the sand and rolled
around for a few seconds. His
team mates rushed to him and
the'trainer, Mike Martin, with his
first aid oils and advice placed him
once more In a position to do him
self Justice. Under this handicap
of Injury Judce gave a wonderful
account of himself in this over
time same.
REDS BEAT GIANTS
IN FIRST OF SERIES
Cincinnati. Ohio. May IS.?The
Giants celebrated bat and ball day
by dropping their first contest with
the Reds, by the score of S to 2.
The victory came In the eighth in
ning. as the result of a deadly base
on balls* a sacrifice hit. and a double
by Rousch. Score by innlhg*.
R. H. E
New York... 00260000 0?2 10 S
Cincinnati... 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 1?S 5 0
Batteries?Benton and Rariden;
Schneider. Idler and Allen Umpires.
Messra Byron and O'Day.
GEORGETOWN PREPS
DEFEAT TECHNICAL
Georgetown Preps received the best
of the breaks in a slugging bee yes
terday afternoon with the McKinley
Manual Training School, when the
Hill toppers won by a 10-to-* score.
Although the Tech tribe touched up
ConlfTs slants for nine hits he sent
eight back by the strike-out route.
Schrider and Krucoff worked for the
visitors. Score by Innings:
Preps 21023110 x-lfl
Tech 0 10000022-5
Batteries ? Conlff and Dai ley;
Schlder, Krucoff and Gurevich.
Umpire? Mr. Smeach.
Ju; Barry ia a Hospital.
Chicago. May IS.?Jimmy Barry
formerly bantam-weight champion ot
the world, is in a hospital today re
covering from an operation. Barry
retired from the ring soon after the
accident In London which resulted in
the death of Walter Croat.
HANSON ARRIVES FOR
MATCH WITH TURNER
| Frit* Hanson the d?f#f Sw?4?
arrived last night and reports him
i self In rood shape for hfts match
tonight with Jos Turner at ths
Lyceum Theater.
Both men are legiraate middle*
weights and are about evenly
matched in skill and it looks as
though the winner will be ths one
that has the greatest endurance, al
though. the 8wede feels sure that
he will win in short order. Hia
friends have insisted that he was
given a raw deal the last bout here
snd claim that the toe hold was
purposely barred by Turner to save
his own hide from a good sound
lacing.
lYmight all disputes should be
settled for no holds are barred ex
cept the strangle, and both men
know the rules well enough to
abide by Referee O'Connor's deci
sion. The bout should be clean and
hard-fought throughout. as each
has a great deal at stake, bsstdss
the entire purse goes to the wiiMr.
Jack Price who wrestled Joe Turnst
three hour* to a draw is after an
other match with the champion and
although he has not sent in his
forfeit for a bout insists on meet
ing the winner of tonight's bout
Turner says this Is his last bout In
this city until next season and it
will be up to Hanson to meet Price
If he wina
MIDSHIPMEN DEFEAT
MOUNT SAINT MARY'S
Annapolis. Md . May II.?The Navy
ball toeeers rolled up another btc
score today. This time Mount St.
Mary's College, of Emmittsburg.
Md.. was the victim by a count of
IS to 0. The visitors fielded miser
ably snd the Middies batted hard
and timely. Score:
R. ft. B
Navy It 12 ?
8t_ Mary's 0 7 1?
Olson. Bolton, and Clongliley;
Hogerty and Rogers.
PUTS HOURLESS
AT TOP OF LIST
Maj. August Belmont's ffourlesa
> which has been retired to the stud.
< was assigned top weight of 132
| pounds for the Kings County Hsndi
{cap of $5,000. to be run next Satur
day at the Jamaica track.
The distance will be one mile snd
a sixteenth, and the weights were
snnonnced yesterday. Chief Inter
est centers in the fact that Walter
8. Vosburgh. the official handicap
per. rates Hourles? two pounds bet
ter than Omar Khayyam, his grest
rival of a year ago, and Cudgel,
which beat the last named in the
Pi mil co 8pring Handicap last week.
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against high prices and
unreasonable profits.
ihees. The smart styles are the leaden in the
ion centres of America. They are made in s well
at Brockton, Mass., bribe
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