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GRIFFS TAKE FIRST OF SERIES FROM TIGERS- DEPARTMENT CLERKS IN TRACK MEET TODAY
ERIC JINXMAN x 1 TO JUN6LEERS Norseman Proves Puzzle to Former Teammates, Na tionals Winning 4 to 0. Lief Erickson obtained sweet re- ' vengc yesterday when he grabbed a , new lease on life and turned back 1 Ilugh?\\ Jennings' Tigers with nine big xertw. Eric gave a handful of local i fans and ?omp *.000 soldiers of the ; First Division a regular exhibition of j taming the Tigers*, with f.ie result that the Or iff men copped the first of the series. 4 to 0. Kric was using some kind of a shin- \ ?? that simply hopped all the way j over fie Jungleers' bats, as four scat ters! hits, two of the scratchy variety, j "Was the allotment of the visitors, while he put enough zip and "floater" substance on the '.lorsehide to force nine of the Tigers back to the bench by the strike-out route. Rernie Roland. who was opposed to the big Norseman, was touched up for nine bingles. three of w'.iich were for rxtra sacks. Timely swatting by the | Griffs in the fourth, fifth, seventh and I eijrhth. coupled with frood base run- ' ning. placed t'.ie quartet of markers I thiouuh the consent dish. JonslffM nin>rle-?. ?Vinsmith .secured a two-base blow in the third when Fllerbe and Menoaky \ riTlowed his pop fly to drop between t'.icm. while r*ohb obtained the Tigers* .?eeord binrle in the fourth, when he w-nlch'd i* sinslr through Ellerbe. j ^>'inc hit cleanly to right after two i Mere down in t'.ie lucky frame. while Veacb hit In the same direction under the same eircumstfinces In the eiehth Gharrity's double and Judge's single rave the Gr'ffs t'.ieir first counter in the fourth, while r\ pass to Milan, fol ?*!?>%ed b\ Rice'' tripte to right. c^*ve th?- GrifTs anothfi in the tifth. Milan's blow art! Kllerbe's double counted rxmt'.^r in the stand-up frame, while S'im love's v iMness combined with ? iharritv's hit an?i two s vcrifices rush ? *1 the tinal ta ll> thrombi In the eighth. Phillies Tak? S!ustfe?t Pittsburgh. Sept. 12.?The Phillies de-, felted the Pirates in the opening game of the final appearance of the tribe from the Slumberland City here by 6 to 5. The visitors had a field day with the willow at the expense of a trio of Ruecaneer hurlers. Score by. Innings: Philadelphia 300- * 10 2 Pittsburgh i?w 10T? 5 7 1 Cantwcll and Hark: Miller, Ponder. Wisner and Schmidt. Virginia Tech Schedule. Blacksburg. Va.. Sept. 12.?F. P. T-arer. of Middlesboro. Ky.. man ager of the 1919 football team, has announced the following revised echedule for Virginia Tech eleven: October 4. Hampden-Sidney. Blacksburg. Va.: October 11. Rich mond College. Rlacksburg. Va.: Oc tober 15. Georgetown. Washington. D. C.: October 23. Maryland State. College Park. Md.; November 1. Washington and Lee. Lynchburg. Va.; November S. Wake Forest. ^-Rlacksbursr. Va.; November 1" North Carolina State College. Nor folk. Va.: November 22. Emory and ffenry. Rlacksburtr. Va.: November 27. Virginia Military Institute. ? Roanoke. Va. Lands Twin Bill. The Rev'.iive Athletic 1 lub d^f'-ited I tho Mount Rainier Athletic Chr? I yesterday in a double-header. The ' opener wn.^ captured. 1 to 0. and the j final annexed, t to 2. Lurttfh and | V. atkins were the battery for Be?- ' hive and C:-aj.?tnfl and Baum for t'.ie Mount Rainier A. C Enck Gets Revenge. W??b. Ab BOA Epetroit. Ab B O A E 'udfp lb? J 1 5 0 OlBirchju .,10*00 ? 0 S : Of Cobb. cf... . 3 13 0 0 VMer.Sb... 0 0 0 0 OVc^e^tf 4 1 1 0 0 J 1 0 0 Othflmu.ib.. <0420 J~?*' ? 4 2 5 0 O^borton.rf... 3 0 J 0 0 EIl?rb..? 4 2 10 (Udncsjb... 4 0 0 0 0 vVno.ky.lf. 4 1 1 G OUfonnglb 3 I 3 J 0 Shank*.2b 3 0 3 2 aiah.... ? I 5 0 ? ?k?rnt>.. I . W 3 ? gunan.c. .1 0 3 0 0 Encfcsjn.t-. . 0 1 ! t BolMid.p.... 1 0 2 0 0 iLo*e.p 0 0 0 2 0 ,'lfiinstead.. 0 0 0 0 0 INals.... II 10 27 S 0 Tntais.... 3 431 7 0 'Batted for Boland in eighth. Score t^r inniugfc: Washington .r... 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 x-4 linn*?Milan. Ric**. Shanks. Gharrity. Banned runs?Washington. 2. U?ft on base?-Washing ton, !0 Detroit, 7. First hasc oil bails-Off Erickwo. 5; uff Boland. 3; off Love. 2. Innings pitched?Bv Boland. 7 (29 at bat); by Lore. 1 (2 ?t bat* Hits made?<)IT Boland. 9; off Lore. 1. Struck out-By Enck son 9; by Boland, 7. Thrw base hit?Rioe. Two-base hitv-Ainamith. D lerbe. Gfcarrlty. Sacrifice hit HHcfcaoii. Ssm Use ftj?Foster. Stolen base?-Jiidgr. Rice. Los ing latcfier? Boland Wild pitch- tti<*sun. I'm pipes-Chill and Owens. Time of game-136. LEFTY COURTNEY IS SIGNED BY GRIFFS ! Clark Griffith announced last night | that he had purchased from the New Haven club, of the New England League. Barry Courtney, the left- j hander who has been such a sensa- | tion during this past season. <"ourtn?\\ was wound. 1 in the war. j but has regained hi* strength and will be ready to serve th'-ni tip to I the batters in one of the Detroit games. The old Fox said he might . ? tart him this afternoon If he varm ed up in good form. Indians Halt Red Sox. Boston. Mass.. Sept. 1:1?1Cleveland 1 came from behind. :;?id by *'?? grand ' rush in the ninth inning defeated J the Red Sox '.his afternoon. 4 to | The score: Cleveland AbiH.O.A ki Boston AhH.O.A.E. I Gmnry.tf.. 3 0 2 0 OJIIcotvr.rf... 4 0 3 0 0' Chpraan.* ?? 2 1 2 0 Vitt,3t> 4 2 I *1 0 Spraker.rf. 3 0 3 0 t'Roth.cf 3 0 2 0 0 Harns.lh.. 3 1 12 i (MRuth.tf 4 2 2 0 0; ' iwlntt.Jb 4 0"! 0|Schang.c... 4 17 2 0 Wambs.2b. 3 10 1 0* M.-Innis.lb. 3 0 8 1 0 Smith.rf... 4 2 1 0 0 Shannon.2b. 4 0 110! O'Neill.c.. 4 16 2 trjSoott.*? 4 2 3 0 0 *Brans 0 0 0 1 l?j!ones.p 1 0 0 3 0 Thomas e.. 0 0 10 ?Rnmell.p... 0 0 0 10 Cv I'skie.p 3 113 0:**tfilhooley. l 0 0 0 o Totals... 32 S 27 12 <? TV*al?.... ?? 7 77 ?? 0 ?Ran Ux O'Neill in the ninth inning. "Batted fKu.<?:<ell in the ninth inning. | Scrsv by inning*: Cleveland 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 t 3- 4, Boston 2 0 0 1 <? 0 0 0 0-3 Rt:nv~(.3>arvnan. Wainby. Smith. Brans. Vitt '2). Ruth. Twxt-btLT- hits Harris. O'Neill. Vitt Ruth. Schang. TTire- hit -<"hai4nan Hits -Off Jrffwft. 8 in g innings, retieted in ninth ' with score a lie at 3-3. tiire. mi bas*^ ?nd none out: .?ff Rumell. 0 in 1'inning. Ixft ?m base*- H ?tn. 6; tlrieland, 9. sacrifice hits . Roth. Sa<riflce fly-speaker, Bas- on' ball? By Or*>*kie. 2: by Jones. 4 Struck ?nit By Oovel^skK 5: bv Jor.es. 0. l?>- Rnmell. 0 Double piav- Jones. Scluuii and Mclmiis. Hit b? pitched hal? B Jon?* Time of , pam~- 1 h^ir 50 minut.s. Cm:* res Meson Dineen and Nallin Divide Twin Bi!i. <hic:\so. Sept. 12. ?The Oibs .IUjdcil a double bill with th" Dodgers here today, the opener the home folks cap tured 3 to 1. while the visitors annexed the night-cap to '. ? aughn held the Dodgers safe in the first, hut Hend ricks was hit to ai| fields in tin second contest. Score by innings: Brooklyn 00o O00 010? 1 10 ij Chicago 30 ujy io? :: 4 1 Vfeffer a <i Wi,cat; Vaughn and Kil lifer. At Chicago?Second game: Brooklyn 001 .**. 023? !i ]? 3 Chicago ^21 000 010? 4 8 3 Mitchell and Kruegcr: Hendricks and OFairell. Gunners Hoid Practice. TI?e naval gun factory football team worked out last night for an hour and a half with Coach Turner in charge. Taylor?a new man who was last year with the District regimen tal team In Prance?looks like a good find for the gunners. BOTH SIDtS Or 7T" AT K ST. THE OCPtNQ\BL? STOWt Extraordinary Clearance Reductions nr. Men's and Young Men's Suits Clearance cuts into the regular prices of our entire stock ol men's and young men's spring and summer clothing, regard less of soaring wholesale costs. We are after a complete, abso lute clearance?and these greatly sacrificed values are the sole purpose back of today's sale. Fall styles, colors and weights are among these suits? an<i the man who buys now will reap the advantage of generous savings. Men's $30.00 to $37.50 Suits Men's and young men's suits of fine grade fabrics, includ ing Worsteds. Cheviots, Cassimeres and Tweeds, in dark mix tures. stripes, fancy mixtures and novelty effects. Correctly styled in English, conservative and fancy models, ^OQ 7C for men and young men. Sizes 34 to 44. . OtiJi I O Famous "Sincerity" Clothes Regular Prices, $37.50 to $49.50. I his is your last opportunity to buy famous "SINCERITY" Suits at drastic reductions from regular prices. There's a splen did assortment of fine patterns and models for men and young men?garments that represent the best productions of the fore most makers in the country. Sizes in the lot from 7C 34 to 46. including stouts I u First Floor?Daylight Store for Men. Men's Fall Underwear Extra Special at $1.15 These splendid quality garments are Bristol Mills make? known for comfort and service. Of cotton merino; shirts with long sleeves and full-length drawers, in natural gray and white. All sizes to 50. Hen'* W hite Ribbed t'nderwrar. a good weight for fall; shirta with short sleeves, full length iimwers made with reinforced *eat. Regular 89c value Men'* Mfdlum-nelKht Union ?nlta; Reis Manhattan make, in natural gray color. Long sleeves and full length legs. Special $3.OA quality offered today $2.45 Xn'R Ninht Robe*, made of I muslin, cambric and nainsook: j extra full cut sizes, in V-neck style. Manufacturer's seconds of regular >1.75 and 12.00 frj or qualities at ^ Men'* Male Half lloar: well known "R. A. R" mak*: strongly reinforced at toe. heel and sole: j in blaek, cordovan, navy and array. Perfect quality. Reg- OQa alar 39c value; special at., Men's Fall Neckwear A wealth of rich and hand- , some designs and colorings to i j select from, in new autum* neckwear made of the newest and best silks from domestto , and foreign looms. New me- 1 ; dium size open-end four-in- . hands, shown in the latest fig- ? ured and striped effects. See i the wonderful display of new 1 patterns priced at 79c to $2.50 Men*a New Fall Kegllgre Shirts. of fine quality madras, high count percales and novelty shirting materials, made with soft cuffs. A wonderful variety of attractive new striped patterns, ff-j qc Very special at \ Goldenberg's?First Floor. Havre de Grace Selection*. Br HIGHWAY. One Best?Audacious. First ? Vigilante. Bally Con nell. Sir William Johnson. I Second ? Flare. Otto Floto. Crest Hill. Third?Par Entry. Gallagher. I My Laddie. Fourt ? Quietude. Startling. Midnight Sun. Fifth?Audacious. Rose Iin try. Be Frank. Sixth ? Toddler. Broom P?d ler. N. K. Beal. Seventh ? Senator Broderick. G. M. Miller. Austral. SLOW TIME IN JUNIOR EVENTS FOR AMATEURS j i* runklin Field, Philadelphia, I'a.. Sept. 12.?Rain twice interrupted ! contests in the junior division cf i the national A. A. U. games, which | opened here this afternoon before a crowd of 3.000. The fields were unusually lar^e and each event was I hotly contested. The summary: Junkw MO > a Hi Won bsr Kiriyy. otym ; l'i? . r ? SiU1 Vnadrnt; second. Coovnu , Motningside A. i\. New York; thirrl, |?atrnw?i. ri-J ll,1 fourth' Todd A A Time, 0:105-5. Junior ijy-yanl hurdle. fins.1 -Won h* TTu*r.j> son l?rinceton; secood. Hal. Burton A. C ? ?i K*m?n. Me*do*brouk : fourth. (Jfaham Me?a.m brook Tin*. Junior thre^nule walk Won bs Yron.m lantimr A C.. New York. Shut*.' ; A.. BnrwAfrr*; third. FarrHI. Hhhit nurrli Hon*;. IW York: fourth. M?>rr litis A. A. Tiin?. MJX ?<V>ard high hurtlli s, fln.1 -Won by Munx>. !;- JrW.naon, Illinois a. O ; YOUNG CHANEY AND SHUBERT MATCHED Baltimore. Md.. Sept. 12?Tlic Peerless Athictic Chit, announced lf?t night that it has matched \ oUr,K ( haney. of this city, t., bo* Al tfhubert. of New Bedford, in a 1.-round sett... which will b.- staged at Albatigli's Theater, September 26. Inasmut h as Young Chaney could not comr t.. an agreement with the club, Shubert agreed to guarantee . Haltun??rean a certain num in his own home town. This i* rathor unusual. Sox Hand Macks Zeros. ^ -Philadelphia. Penn.. Sept. 12 Connie Mack'. kindergarten held inn :.T'ty WhU" S"x '? "ven run* today in the first test of their final series, but while so doing over looked scoring a sinple tall v. Th. result. Mack's kids felt the stiff '?ristlees ..f the kalaomlre l.ru-h to the tirst time sin.e anaweiiig roil ? all at Shi he Park. Th- scoi-.-: At hit-lie* Ah H (. A K dik-ate At, II <. \ I Hiyii.rf,.. I ? ? 1 0*J .J),,;. ,f , , 1 ? "r Wuijo.lf .. , 0 2 (i , ?v,a?r^ t 1 t 5 0 3 ' ? ? "1. W.'f" 3,10 , Wrls.,.ef 3 118 O'KetvtM-f... t t - 0 ? (i?Jioivajr.? :? ? t 3 t .:,uu!ii,i. j ire, 3 15 1 I iltistKTK.m. I j 4 I (. lekrs.Sb.. s ? S OSohaik.c.. . ?; , , l-'Um.e.. Midi Wilkinson ? - ?? r , ? ^tylon.r 3 0 !? .?*. (? V. rk.r? 0 0 0 0 o KobnrUi.p.. 0 0 0 0 0 'Walker... i 1 0 0 o ??Burns.... 1 l o 0 l> Totals.. S 5X7 13 'Z T.Uls ?> il < u ? jlatte.1 for in the ?j?th innint. " K?'ted fnr St-1,. ,h(. ,,m,h (nilill|! ?*v-.-irf bv innings: 6 o o i) i o o f. ? 7 fv."" r 1 r WW* ? tw."?; ?'"hiru-., t-^lt on 4 11!CdL'o Vthlr-I.f... :n Two his - hits WiJkif.v.-. wkiv. I ^ T. r-e.Mae hi- K s.Mri.:^ ? * J ? fin. IW .? tall* Off V~'k. j! nff" XViikin, ?. oil Novvs. z Stnwk ml [I. |(.?m , 1, Wllk.nwfl. t: hi Soyr* ?> Pi, '. , V.^, S UK ? r,r.'(} n'. inning n al t.? . , , ? u^. |(| ? ^ ;"<J pitcher Y' -rk Me?r. Hililehnui,! an<l Connel!. T..u ?, game?l hour roinutrs. Land Uphill Game. ' incinnati. Sept. U'.-The lted? nosed out the Braves in a slugfest here today with a rally in the ninth m?ng by ? to 5. The Braves were on to a four run lead and increased it one more in the eighth, but th, Red came from behind and won in t)ie iinal. fc?core by innings: l;os,?" 004 uiti? , ? , 1 incinnati ...KIOMIOOOK- r. i* ? Plllingem an,i OWeiJI. Oowdv KUer hisher and Wingo. Rariden To Play War Risk. ?hThrv^ar Klsk c,1ampion team oi the District will met the III,,, , c Division club in a ball game ai 1 nion I ark. Kiftecnth and II stieet noitheast. September 1?, at *.:3? , , EEI.M0NT RESULTS 04 "Vm, RA0>' J'""' ill'Ions-, straight. Wearr ACC?i,"P"' ' ^ u??'L*A'7Zrr:'0 ^.? Tin""- l:W l'5- SamTumd n=: 2f THlIUi HACK?One and one-alitwuth rai'? ? 38 ,c?1,a*?a'. 6 to 1. 7 to 5 ^T t!? ?k- ' l* '1 w 2. out; Spur' SLo rinK-144 is - Only two starters. ' ^ Sj??"84* furlongs -Usight. Jock Scot. 120 (Johnson). 16 to 3 6 to s i * r Mad Hatter. MC iKnauaJr,5' 4 L I 2 % t 113 S-^U<r'' "2 l^rbmther., crrn. Time' W o.,?& "? Ho-v - "JwuSTSf ^ F-d BELMONT ENTRIES ,nd "P: >hi ? ' Sun"'n?d?le. 1<R: Vajue no W ^ I,e"*nt- 08' ">?l>inda.' 105 Marmite, IB Thomas p. McMalion. 108 Peer lesa. 1L?; Arrsh Go On 107 rj THIRD RACE-TW^rar-oldt: the Pntority ? furlontt, strain,, O?o?tr?, 117: ?f,? ?? w2' A ? <,ner- 117; Padrac, 117; Cam Al f**. Uf- Dominique. 122; On Watch il? Inret 13): Are thus., US; p,nl j ^ Miss Jemima, 12?. ? rot RTH RAC^Thw rear-olds and np the ? i ? ... ( tub Stakes; 1V4 mil?. Dunbojne 118 """ail*- UJ; Thnndcrtlap. :1S; rolMol' * '? ?<-!?>*:. 118. HI^ I fi lt-\Cfci?Three-yc?r^ig ^ handicap; 1 mi|r Iio|efl,|. ?0. ^2.'. Trt ey. 100; t-ha^-ur. 106; Panam.n. 10! H? >aile . ,10. 8nap f>iafion 3d. 115. SIXTH RACE?T?o year-old maiden fillka- I ?rto^?. ""-"'gbt Swirl, 112; Northern Reil f. 112; Pon,)' 112; I. OrrJic Ifnc 111: D-Ckie. 112; l^dy Lorille ,I round, apprentice aikmaaa, claimed. | Half Mile Campaigner Scores Victory at Havre de Grace. Havre de Orace, Sept. 12.?Pirate Mc- ! ; Gee and Bathilda, two horses w hich j I made a good account of themselves at j (he hatf-mile track. Timonlum, just, before the opening of the Havre <ie Grace meeting, proved their worth in | the company of supposedly better! I horses this afternoon. Both of them! paid substantial prices in the ma [ chines. Pirate McGee setting the high j record of VJtt for $>. a price which may I not he topped during the balance ot I the meeting. i There was no feature i-ace today tJUt all of the events nav* horses go to the ] post which were evenly matched and close finishes were in order. Jockey t'ottilletti, a new. one in Maryland, i took down riding honors bp piloting I l two winners, Sylvano and Zinnia. I Hobey Baker, cleverly ridden by, | .lockey Troxler, and Benevolent with Steelier up. were two good things which romp?*d home. Waukeag. in ' dlan Chant. Hurr>. and Fanny Cook, ' i f-upposed good things, showed they i j were uot ready. The summary: i Klft>T HACK Ute Mid one-half furlong* HpU-y Bakrr. 115 tTroxler'. 5 BO. 3.70. HO; Hiut>. 113 iSehutting??r>. 3.7i0. 3.2J; Crown of j Odd. l!f> 3.70. Time. 1:11. Courlia. ; Small Stone. Sand Riw r 2d. Nancy Ann, Mi- j dian. Fljing Welshman, Link Bo>. Maj Ad*. ; Tattle. Mildred. Rockarrc. also nui. SKOl>Nl> lt.\< *E -?>!? furlong* Pirate MeGee. 100 iWidat, 93.10, 37 90. 11.70; Buekhnrn 2d. 106 (MrOannl. 9.30. 5.70: Master HiU, 109 'Saudi I, 1100 Time. 1:16 15. I*re>ciouH Pearl. Mock Orange. Anetp* Teller, Fanny Cook. I>ru8il]a, ? iaui de Cause. lfeihema. Breena also ran. Till lir> RACE-Sue furlong* Sylvano. 105 n\>ltilleti>, 5.70. 4 'jO. 13); Tit for Tat. 117 ? (Omnnnl, J?.90. 8.70; Bettie Bluff. 99 (S.-halkl. .*? 50. Time. 1:15 2-5. Kir*tie's Cub. Sfabeaeh, .laek Da* son. IWuty Sle*p, Chemung. Pro srssiTc. Ilntli Strickland. I*dy Dan. Twenty ?*??en. lhnard il* i**>. FOCRTH RACR-Onf mile and 70 aard*. lUthilde. 113 (Sand-i. 12.50. 6 SO. 4 70 Napoli. 113 iStcams?. 7.?o. 6.2C; Annie Edg*r, 113 (Par ringtoii ?. 11.W. Time. 1:47 15. Iimiiicta. >??-i*J?ia Gat?wo"d. Mini Fill*-,.. Scylla, Edith Baumann. al-o ran HFTH HACK One mile and 70 yard* Zinnia. 103 MVitllleti*. 23 00. 9 10. 6.10: 4t?iklvalr. 98 (Wesfdcrt, 6 40. 1J?; Joan of Are. 96 (Hutu*)!, 3.30. Tiny. 1:17 15. Betsy, l'adua. Baby Sis trr. Lady Langdon, Isabrlle H . al.-w 'an SIXTH KA4" E??One am^ one-?i*te?*it:. miles. .Ia-"k Mount. HO (Schutfingerl. T 40 4 30, 3.30; Irish Kin. 112 (Stalker*. 1*4). NNw-*i lool, n& (Sande). 6.3). Tinw. 1 :~?l -T-u Hi ljun. Waukeag. Valspar, Wood Vsoh t. also ran. SEVENTH RACE One and ooe-aixteenth mil-s. B?<??*Ti'l#*nt. 115 ?*tetcher?. 4 60. 3 70. 25) The De-rt. 107 'Thurberi, 6 90. 3 00; iWai. Iff 'Rubin-4>n>. 2.50 Tim . 1 r>0 15. Indian Chanf. Mother Maehree. Sunny Hill, also ran. HAVRE DE GRACE ENTRIES. FIRST RACE- Claiming: 3 - car-old* and up: 1 116 miles, little Cottar. 112: Trailb\ 112; sir William Johnson. 112; Asaign. 112; Vigilante, 106; Ball> ?' unoU. v l*i ??' '-T: '??*/?? lion. 104; Pil*n. 112: TV Pin. 112: ThombJ-om, 112; Searchlight 11. If*: Antoinette. .05: High nhmi*is. 1CT; 'Virginia V? '1. l'T. Also eligibl' : Ma-tor I x. 112: Millrace. '.<0: Comacho, 112; Stir I p. 112. SKCoND RACE- -Selling; sie?-i?Iecha.se; 1-year ? >?ds ajui up: 2 niiltf; ????,? IV?: Hill. 157, l/ira. 1- : Stun-??. 143; Flare 1?: M.-nik. r. I3l?. TlillM* RA<'Vr Tin- Fnx Hill l^nn-r f.* 2 ?'?ar-old?; 6 furlmiga. Carmainlalo, 119; TrAijoun, 1(0; U'i.?| t Tir. '09; \l^ I<addic. 06: Coo ? stano. 119. *Raleo. 110: ?ialla?i?cr. 106; "Joldine. 10"). tparr entry. FOl'RTll RACE Tho Carmandale Pur* 1 vrar-olda and up; C furl<?og- ?Boniface. 100; startling. 111: M"!p' 1 . k*: 10f.- Liaiine \ 10!; tV-mwell r?: War Phune. tWar Manel. 0." Midnight Sun. 11; Bil'. McCloy. FT; 4^-iieiiide. 1CI; War Mask, 102; Sinn FiiiMT imp). ^ tFt?r?-> cntn HITH RACE Tt.c P-t??ma.' Handicap: fr* ! ? ?-ar <Hd- $10.(00 cdd?l; I 1 16 inil<*?. tSir l'a.rt??n. 132; ?Milkmaid. 1 :T; Audariou?. 112: Clean 96; ?Billy K " . 123; B? Frank, 1.*: Sail< :. :0|. 4llo?8 entry MXT'i RACF- S^liiiig; l>enrold^ and -tp; ! mil.- and 70 >arm. Warsaw, ill; N K B-al. 113: Queen of th S-a. IV; -\N auk.tut. Iff'-. -Toddler. R*. Brrom P-ddl^r. 113; Belle Ma hone, 110; ?Hauberk. 116; #L)a<kiy'? Cho:ce, "10 SEVENTH R.\CE-41ain:inp : 4 year and Tip; mile*- llul>bub. 112; W.dan, 110; ^"ol Valentine, 106; B??b Rrdtield. 1?; Tlirift, l<*i: ?Bill lliulo. 101; Muunt. '. 2; Capital Cit-r. 106: (i M Miller. 106; Senator Broderick. lor,-. ?An.'tral. 101. \p4*enti?*e alh?*anee claimed. Notice.?Entries c!o*c rm Monday. Vt-pN-mbi-r for th?* Eastern Shore stak< i for 2 \t*ar-olds. 510.000 added to be run o:? Saturday. j?tcinti**r ?j? l>.<tance, 6 furlong*. LEXINGTON ENTRIES. FIRST RACE-Tho Raeeland Ptir>f; 3 >e*r olds and up; 6 furlong*. Col Taylor. 102; Bob Bak? r. 104 ; Linden. 104; Sj^ariene (imp . 105: Basil. 07; Tnnt.i'. 107; SrweM ml*. 10': Vi*ia America, 110; Prince of Como, 111; B!acki? Ife.-.v. 113; Courtship (imp.), :16 ? ??N1? RACE-The Frankfort Pui>*?; 2>**ar . ; ; *. turlongs. CiardestLne. IOC: Lady Swevi . 1C.J; Kinbuin. 10C; Z*jne I Pardee (imp.'. 106 Marvin May. lflfi; Horace l^en*li. 106: Bobbv Allen. 05; Star View. 106: PMa. Ill: Angon. 114. rHIRD RACK -The l'nris I?ur-e: lyear-old* iij*.; ' 1-1'> mile*. Dark Hill limp.), 102: Cantilever. 1(T>: lolit . 10^: Merc'..ant. .09: Sands i f pi. sure. 116; Manager Waite, 119. FOl'RTIl RACE Claiming; cai ..!?!? and uj : 6 furlongs. 'Maifie Joiin, 101" l.aily Fair Play. Ifii\ Allah. 10.': By Heck. !00: Lancelot. ? * Bree/r. 109; 'M? ney. 109: Medu?a, 11; S ill Bal>\. HI ThIIv. Ill : .1 .1. M ,:<?? 11? ? Kleiner. 111. !'lITU RACK--Purse $1,000 Phoenix Hotel llamlicai ; 3 < ai -old* ami -m ; I <j ?. ?!? I Win. 103: Mo?cowa. .06; Sav 1- <.' I'l.-a-i:^. i0*: Precious. 108: Came Cock. 108; Prospector (impi). 110; Buford. 110; Drastic. 115. SIXTH RA<'E?Two-year-old mai.ieu ?-??!t-. and gel<lings; 5 furlongs. Bticklaide. 112; Virgo. '12; tHosier, 112; Splemlor. 112; tLieut. Le%ter. 112; Harringan Heir. 112: Makeup, 112: Jack Pryrr. 112; Warlike. 112; Travesty. 112; Cortland. 112: Sweep, jr.. 112. 1 Cater Keith entry. SEVENTH RACE?Claiming; lyew-olds and up: 1H miles. Sarasota. 102; 'Sans Peur 3d (Smrvh 105; Buncranna, 105: 'Atlilena. 107; Gen. Haig, 1M: l>ilog>\ 109; Hurry I'P. 109; Diocosrv ride, 112; Contestant. '.12: O-'v Burns. 112; Guy Fortun. 115; Kingfi?her, 119. *Apr*entice allowance claimt-d. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Jersey City, 3; Baltimore. 6. Jersey City, 4; Baltimore. 3. WAR RISK NINE j IN TITLE GAME District Champs Meet Taka G>la Club, Richmond's Best, Today. War Risk, champion hand lot ball 1 club of tjie District, will meet the j champion Taka-Kola team from ! the Virginia capital this afternoon i in a double-header at Union DeagueI Park. In this struggle two of the j best teams from their respective', cities will do battle for the inter- J city title. Davis, a former Randolph Macon j College pitcher, is the visitors* ace j and will be sent against the War Risk team in the first game, and it is likely that Pettworth will bo selected for the second fray of the afternoon. President Shelton is also on the pitching staff of the Taka Kolas and may take a hand in the proceedings before the afternoon I* over. REDLAND FANS ARE AFTER SERIES TICKETS Cincinnati. Sept. 12^ ? The demand for tickets for the world's series 1hi< i year will exceed that of any previous world s series in the history of base ball. Ail enormous crowd. Including many women, lined up Joday in front of the office of the Cincinnati club to obtain cards on which to write th? 1" applications for tickets, following aii announcement today of Ihe ticket j prices. The officials if the Cincinnati club estimate that for every reserved seat there will be at least Ave applica tions. No orders f' r more than f ?ur tickets will he considered, however. Tickets are being issued for the first j threo games. I Mohawk Junion Start The first call for candidates for the Mohawk Juniors is made, and the i men are requested Sunday at Fif- j "teenth street and Pennsylvania avc- j nue southeast at 10 o'clock sharp. The following players are expected to re port to the coach: McCormick. Joe j Moran, Smithson. America, Birch, F. Free. W. Real?. H. Hjorkland, P?. lx*ahman. Happy Seirens. John Mur ray, Bill Murray. K. Keith, R. Davis. ! C. Carver. B. Hardy, A. Hardy, R. Cohill, II. Myers and 1*. Freeman. Hyattsville Jra. T?. Eagles This afternoon at "> o'clock the Hyattsville Junior Baseball Team will meet the Ragle a. C. at Hyatts ville. Thursday evening on the Monument Grounds the Hyattsville and State Department teams bat tled to a 3-al tie for seven innings, rain and darkness putting a stop to the trame. Holiday's two-base bin gle featured in this game, when two were on and two out. Ready for Garnet. Manager Limeric. of the Clarendon A. C., requests the players of his club to meet this afternoon at Chesapeake Beach Junction at 2:ir. o'clock to make the trip to Owings. and on Sunday afternoon at Twelfth Street Station at 1:30 to make con nection with car for Alexandria to meet the Cardinals. Record for a Yearling. I.Muisville. Ky.. Sept. 12.?The ix hibitjon mile trotted in 2:27*4 at the Stat ' Fair her<* yesterday y Dock wood, a yearling genldinc by U. Forbes, out of Cllie Russell, horse men assorted today, constituted the ? fastest mile ever stepped by a horse of his class over a half-mile track $25,000 Offer for Bout. N 'iwaik. Conn.. Sept. ^2.?Boxmg promoters who have a permit for matches in an open arena here Oc tober in. have proposed a fifteen round bout between Tack Britton nnd Benny Leonard. The promoters ore willing to offer $25,000 f'-r the match Request Regatta Dates. Detroit. Sept. 12.?Detroit's gold cup committee today asked the American Power Boat Association t-> fix September 3. 4. f? and as dates fo*- the eighteenth annual mo tor boat championship regatta here n**xt Fall. Greb ??. Kayo Brown. Canton. Ohio.. September 12.? Harry Greb. Pittsburgh light heavy weight. will meet Knockout Brown here in a twelve-round match Sep tember 20. RACING TODAY \T Havre de Grace The Potomac Handicap $10,000 Added 6 OTHER RACES. IXai'DINC A STFIKPI.ECHASR. Special Pennsylvania Railroad train leaves 12 o'clock noon, direct to course. ADMISSION: Grand Stand and i I'adtlock. JM.6.%. Ladlea. SI.10?In i -Iodine War Tax. FIRST RACE AT 230 P. M. i Yo u Will Be M o r e Than Pleased ?with the unusual high quality and superior workmanship shown in my Made-to-Y our-Measure Suit or Over coat at - - - $40.00 ?and remember, I GUARANTEE the fit and finish of every gar WITKOWSKI CUSTOM TAILOR New Location 717 9th Street N.W. RI ALTO THEATER Lineups of Amateurs. WAR RISK Snyder, c. f. A. Watta, 2b. Fraser, c. Bleier. s.s. Sweeney, r.f. Fees, 3b. Howard, lb. Jarboe, I. f. Pflel, p. Schaefer, p. TAKA-KOLA. Kuyk, l.f. Burns, 2b. AmoH, 2b. Carter, c.f. Hotchkiss. lb. Pitt. 3b. Poh. B.R. l,ieb, c. Shelton. p. Davis, p. First game starts 2:15 p. m., at Union League Park. Umpires ? Meesrs. William Betts- and James Hughes. ? CLERKS TO HOLD TRACK CARNIVAL IN BIG STADIUM The inter-departmental lield and track meet this afternoon in the Cen tral Stadium promises to eclipse any thing of like character ever held in this city. Officials foresee the big gest meet in the history of truck sports in the District. In the men daah events lh?i?: 1S3 entries. In the 50-yard dash for woman there are more titan 3u? con testants. The first event of the day will start promptly at 3 o'clock. The list of events follows: IW^jird trials, gliotput. pole *ault. W>>ard nn. 50 yard daah (ladies* trial*. Uirre l?Toret1 t:u*. .'jOyard daah (iivti <*er 45) trial*. twll lr.diea 1 Oft-yard dash wtni-diuU. tug id war iladi<*> trials. iXK'ard low hurling tnala. standing lm*.id pimp, 5^>?rd I"* huidle? <ladi<s; triala. :.ia\ard tiials. t?u; of Madie&i wsui-tinaL*, running l?road )iimp. 2 'Jto \<ud r**la> (five ladicm. ataiidric hig'n jaittfK 12D yard l<nr hurdle s mi finals. rJ0>ar.J kccu I'rtcla. 50-yard low hurdle (ladi<?) ar-roi-fina1*. MO yard run. 30->ard dash (ladiea) mni-flnalt, hnp, mer?, jump: 100-\ard dash final*. mu-Ji race. 120 yard tow hard lea finals, running hitfj jump, tuc of war (ladi?ii. fioal*. 56-yard lew iiurdif* 1 ladif* . finals. tSfcyard <la&h finals, 50yard dash i adiesi finals, 90-yard dasb 'ro n o*er iS\ and rv inilo r*lay. HARVARD FOOTBALL MEN SPEEDING UP fambridg". Mass.. S"pt. 12.?Har vard's football players welcomed a dryer field today and they made the most of it. The heavy linemen were allowed to show more action with the pood footing, and the squad of forwards as a whole speeded up a lot. Phiibin and Havemeyer. the center**, both are making a lot of progress. The kickinc was better this af ternoon with a dry ball, and Bob Fisher will n??t have to worry about "varsity punters. Church and Hor ween are both K??od. and Horween is showing the same ability to plac* his kicks that he did bark with the 'varsity in 1916 Major League Statistics. AMERICAN LK.AC I E. Ye?ter4a>'g Beailtt. Washington. 4: Detroit. 0. Chicago. 7; Athletic*. 0. Cleveland. 4; Boston. 3. St. L*ouis-New York, rain. Where They Play Today. Detroit at Washington.^ Chicago at Philadelphia. St. I^ouia at New York. Cleveland at Boston Mandlng of (be Claba. W. L fVL| W. Chia|?... ett 45 &<? Ixiu* 64 ilrfflsnd., 74 f. ,.i. '? t/Um 62 Heuxit . . 72 S3 VaA'ton. .. I York 6T 56 .jt^ tltlrtic*... 34 VATIONAL liEAGCK. Yratrrday'f Rrsalts. Phi I lien. 6; Pittsburgh. 5. Cincinnati. 6; Boston. 6. Chicago. 3; Brooklyn. 1. Brooklyn. 5: Chicago. 4. Now York. ?: St. Louis. 5. here The j Play Today. Phillies at Pittsburgh. Boston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Chicago. New York at St. Louis. standing of thr Clahs. W. U pet W. I,. Pert. Ciacumaii m 40 W|.lr?ioklfB... ?l .##0 < \?w York. 7'.' *'? 6W 72 .?'? Chicago? i?, fin ? I^vuir . 47 7*? .T?2 riiUlmrgli. 6} 62 Mljl'liiUlo 4j 7t .^63 FLAHERTY TO WORK AGAINST REX CLUB Pat Flaherty the local bo> taken South by Griffith last Spring, will pitch the ftrft gain* for Sain Frock'* Drydocks of Baltimore, Md.. tomor row. when they play the Rex Ath letic Club a double header at Union l>eague Park. Johnny Bates. Eddie Zimmerman. I^efty Ruasej 1. St. Mar tin. Elliott ruid Whalen are some ?>f the professional* that will be seen in the line-up of the shipbuild ers. First game at 2 o'clock. Giants Land Easily SL I-ouis. Sept. 12.?The Giants took | the first game of the series from the i Cardinals here today in their final j swing through the West by 6 to b. A quartet of hurlers were unable to stop the Gothamites in their rush for the j game. Score by innings: 1 New York .382 OUW 010? ? b 2 | St. Liouis inn mo 030- 5 13 _? Toney and Snyder: May. Woodward. Tureo. Jacobs and Clemons. Dilhoefer. Mohawks Will Practice. The Mohawk Athletic Club football i team will hold its next pra tice to | morrow morning at the clubhvuse at Fifteenth street and P?*nns> Ivanta i avenue southeast at a_ m. All ; candidates are requested to report U Pet. CJ ? 63 .?*, 79 .*> ? SI NATIONAL CAPITAL BOWLERS ARE READY The National Capital Duck pin I.<eague held a meeting last night and elected the following officers: Pre*! d#?nt. John T. Meany; flrat vioe pros ident John Williams. second vice president, John Voeth: treasurer. Ear! H<"*rc4ar> and official scorer Roy Whitford. Frank Oeraci resigned as treaayrer of the league after having served since its organization. September fl 19?, and was voted a life member The same prizes will be awarded as last year. The officer* of th?* If-acue form a special tournament committee. The following teams will) their captain** compos* the l<ague. Rex Athletic Club. A. W. Allen; Park Athletic Club, W. K. Megaw; Grand Centrals. H. K. Burtner; !?* ?esMe Roy K Whitford: Consolidate^. K . f M Masi; Marines. Sergt. K. J. Moon ? National Capitals. W. R. Pratt. "o tomac Savings Bank. J. W. FVe* man; Recreation. J. II Williams, ai^ Mount Pleasant. A. 1?. Ix>ran *rhe final meeting of the league pr? - \ iouts to opening the season will be l?e!d Tuesday. September K. at ! o clock, when initiation must Ik- pa??l | and roster of teams furnished. Th?" season Hill open Monda>, 8ep?em ber 2?. . 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