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NEW YORK ATHLETES IN CATHOLIC ?. MEET-RACING-OTHER SPORTS
GOTHAM CLUBS ENTERCD.MEET Melrose, Paulist ?and New York A.C. Will Run in Brookland Games. Several organizations have al ready signified their Intention of ent?rina; the South Atlantic Inter collegiate Athletic Association con tests to be held In the new Catholic L'afWersity gymnasium on March IS. Applications are on hand from the I Melrose Athletic Club, of New York, the Paullst Athletic Club, and the New York Athletic Club. Of local interest will be the ap pearance of LeGerrdre. Griffin and Auray, of Georgetown. Arrange ments are being- made for these stars to ran In a special fifty-yard daah. Graduate Manager Cox hopes to enter a large Georgetown team in addition to his relay team being pitted against that of the Melrose A. C. In a special relay race. Dele gations are expected from many athletic clubs, colleges and univer sities In this section. ? SOCIABILITY RUN WILL BE HELD BY COLUMBIA RIDERS The Columbia Motorcycle Club. which was organised shortly after the Thanksgiving Day hill-climb ing run, will hold its first sociability rua. Monday. February 53, which will be a time secret affair. The committee which is arranging this I event Is beaded by Vice President I. W. Simons. Prises including cash and mer chant dies have been offered by the local dealers In motorcycles. The route will carry the motorers to Great Falls, Camp Humphreys and return. The pathfinder will make the run sometime this week, and the rider coming closest to his time will be awarded the first prise. The time win be kept a secret until after the race. Business baseball candidates will be called out Tuesday. Capt. Held claims that he has championship material on hand. Central's track men are training hard in preparation for the coming Hopkins meet. Central cinder men should cary off a few honors. Western basketeers handled the Baltimore City College quint their first trimming of the season. The contest resulted In a near riot, the Baltimore lads claiming that poor officiating resulted In their defeat. As a matter of fact the officiating waa perfectly legitimate, and the unsportsmanlike conduct of the Bai ti moreans should be reported to the faculty of City College. Tech trackmen are working out ?every day In the rear of the school buildin?- Tech is Kreatly handi capped by not having proper facili tira for training of Its athletes. Eastern base-ball squad had their first work-out yesterday afternoon in the school courtyard. Western base-ball squad will be called out sometime the latter part of this week. Coach Morse has five veterans back from last season's team. Business trackmen will probably not enter the Johns Hopkins Indoor classic this month, but ara training hard for the Catholic University in door games, to be held on March 13, in the Brookland gym. All five local high schools will probably be represented In the C. U. meet as the entries have echolastlc event? carded. Among the scholast ic events they have 50 and 100-yard clashes. 440 and the half mile. Tuesday. Business and Western. Tech and Eastern basketeers will meet In a double header, in the Catholic University gym. DEVERE WILL MEET FULTON IN COMEBACK Chicago. Feb. 14.?Bob Devere, the Fall River heavy-weight fighter who waa considered of championship ma a terlal a few years ago. Is In training ? for a match with Fred Fulton, the liinnesoia plasterer, who is seeking another chance at Jack Dempaey. This bout, which is to take place In Omaha the latter part of March is In the nature of a comeback for De vere who has been traveling with an Amer ican circus through the different countries In South America for the past four years. Devere also claims to have won the heavy-weight cham pionship of the South American con tinent. PITTSBURG SWIMMERS DEFEATED BY NAVY Annapolis, Md., Feb. 14?After cleaning up Pennsylvania In the wrestling and gymnastic engage ment today the midshipmen went to work and put It all over the swimmers of the University of Pittsburg*. The acore was 45 to 14. The Pittsburg -tank men did not show as much prowess as had been expected of them. They captured only one first place. That waa In the sixty-yard breast stroke with Marshall. Pittsburg third. Pltt'a ?? other four points resulted from third place In four events. MIDSHIPMEN'S MAT TEAM BEATS PENNSY Annapolis. Md.. Feb. 14.?Continu ine their line of victories the Naval Academy wrestlers bested the Uni versity of Pennsylvania here this afternoon. 22 to 8. The navy se cured its points on two falls and three decisions. Capt. Gersen and Pendleton securing decisions for Pennsylvania. It waa the first time the navy has lost more than one boat In a match for two seasons. Mu.ai*4i High Loa?. Tech journeyed to Menasses Fri day evening and defeated the High School 31 to 15. It waa a hard fought game from beginning to end. but there waa never a doubt as to the outcome. The summary: Taca. Poni tinas. Massaia?. McMalty .?. r. Bee linas? .l. f. Isas?r? Vertaner .Catar. Laaisl . Joraes .?. O. Lanas. L?e?w>le? .I* O. Barena *? cal? fresa atonr?McSnlt? (?). Boon* (4). S.Tlaaer 14), Jora?. S?nn?ra ?I, Haca*. Osai, frasa feels?Nirrlssar. S sat of ?; gassava, ? oat tat la. Tun. of oa.rt.ra?t?. asunte, ?ara. Uefereo? Parrlsh (T. P. L) LLYERS CO on tfite port*'Kings ? ? ??^.T r. coii-Ytl Sybil. Now here is one of the sweetest morsels ever jerked out of the old brine barrel. Better still, I believe you will cet as good as 8 to ? for your dough. If you need any additional "infq" I might add that there is gob of commissions planted in Detroit, and it is my understanding that they will "scratch" if everything is not o. k. Now you probably don't need a brick house to fall on you. No? Yes? ' Bellringer is another that was favored over night and on recent private trials would seem to be one to beat. Then there is GoldVale and Dr. Zab. The -latter has been given a long special prep, but I thought he was to be saved for Jefferson Park. Neg is next in order. Albert S. in the day's opener is taffy for the infanfs. Lamp the comment appended by the dockers. "Only needs a half decent ride to romp home on the chin strap." That kind of chatter usually hangs the bacon where Nellie put the kettle. Ben Valet and Tutt for what is left. Assume, which haa quite a "pul?? tn more ways than one, seems to be ready for the queition this afternoon. Fact of the matter la there was some talk of him being "In," whatever that means. Bag" pipe is a sleeper and if he comes to life the natives will be treated to a boss race. Then there Is A. N. Alken and Opportunity following In the order named. Courtship and Woodstone are * so close in the fourth that only rar ing luck will separate them. In fact this one race to be left alone ?unless you hear something posi tive Just before post time. Are yau Hector? Grand Slam went over last time with all sails set. That race repeated will cop the kale aiAm today. This bird worked* a mile In 1:3? when the other mav WITH NEW ORLEANS RESULTS/ FIRST RACE. 3 furlong-??John 8. Keardon. 113 (Meehan). 12 to 1. 4 to 1 and 7 to 5? Cointreaux, 112 (Ambrose). 3 to 5 and 1 to 4. Joe Tag-, 116 (Pauley). 3 to 5. Time. 36 2-5. Queen of Trump?. Miss Dora. Peerage and Machine a?jnner also ran. SECOND RACE, ? furlong??Bul let Proof. 110 (Coltllettl). 9 to 10. 1 to 4 and out. Bally Bell. 104 (Stack). 3 to S and out. Simpleton, 117 (J. Howard), out. Time. 1:15 1-5. Yaphank and Jean Huilant also ran. THIRD RACE. 6 furlong??Tick lish, 110 (Buxton), 11 to 5. 7 to 10 and out. Charlie Leydeeker. 108 (Butwell), 1 to 2 and out. Discus sion. 102 (Coltiletti). out. Time, 1:16 2-5. Maneuver also ran. FOURTH RACE. 1 mile and a sixteenth?Chief. Ill (Ambrose). 7 to 5, 2 to 5 and out. Bondage, 111 (Richcreek). 3 to 1 and even. Sands of Pleasure. 112 (Thurber). out. Time, 1:50 2-5. War Ma?k and Omond also ran. FIFTH RACE, 1 mile and 70 yard??St. Germain. 85 (Coltiletti), 7 to 2. 6 to 5 and 3 to 5. Wads worth's Last, 103 (Smith), 4 to 1 and 8 to 5. Bolster. 107 (Morris), 1 to 2. Time. 1:47 2-5. Warsaw. Mountain Rose 2d, Rainbow Girl, Cerinas and My Dear also ran. SIXTH RACE. 1 mile and a six teenth?Napthalius. 101 (Coltiletti). 3 to 1. ? to 5 and 3 to 5. Senti mental. 104 (Pierce), 4 to 1 and 2 to 1. Rlue Thistle, 108 (Morris), 2 to 1. Time. 1:50 4-5. Christie Mer todano, Handful. Dr. Crigler, Bethel Hill and Rapid Stride also ran. SEVENTH RACE. 1 mile and sixteenth?Scourtreman. 108 (McDer mott). 10 to 1. 4 to 1 and 2 to 1. Tit for Tat. 10? (Moore), 4 to 1 and 2 to 1. Lady Eileen, 98 (ColtiUttl). 6 to 5. Time. 1:52 3-5. Red Start. Chit?* Barkley. Marie Rappold. Sharp Practice. Tom Brook*. Juan Ita 2d. G. Muehlback and Lottery also ran. NO DEFINITE WORD ON A NEW YACHT New York. Feb. 11.?The officials of the New York Yacht Club have re f used to comment on the report that a newer yacht would be *iuilt to replace the Resolute in defending the Ameri ca's cup against the Shamrock IV. in the races off ?Sandy Hook, begin ning July IS. next. Nor would any comment be made on the amount of time allowance claimed because of the change of rig or keel changes In S*r Thomas' challenger. Friend? School Beates. The T. M. C. A. Tankee? defeated an all-?tar combination last night at Alexandria, In a one-sided game by a count of 56 to 29. Yankee?. Position?. All-Star?. Solano* ..........I. F.... (Tree??? (Cant.) Ingle? .R. F. Owes? Sauber .t3??ter-.?. ? Ink. ? ('?tilo (C?pt.) _I.. (>. Whlteat'jne Goets .R. ai. LoTerl? Substitution??Mardooald for Owen?: Sam ?on for Macdonald; Taylor for Hinken; Tul loeh for Whlteatone; Wetuael . for Tulloa-h. Coart fo?la?Solomo? (8), lacier <?)? Ban ter (8); Oawtx, Crac*?? (1). Hinken (2). Lorella (41. Foni ?aa*?? Infler, t ont of 8; C reef an. 1 oat of 4; toreri? mlaaed 8. Referee anal umpire alternatingMr. Meany ? Rosina?? Hifh ?. ?ad Mr. MrBrtde ? Alea anatri?). Timer?Mr. Allea ? Alexandria ?. Seorer? Mr. Bratbairal (Waeaiafton). Ti? or nal.e,?Twenty minata?. Junior Prepi Beate?. The Aloysius Altar Boys yester day defeated the Georgetown Junior Prep? of Oarrett Park, Md., In a one-sided but Interesting: came at Gonxaga trym by a 24 to ? score. The feature of the game was the team work of the winners. Tha line up and summary: Altar Boy?. Poaltloa?. ?. Junior? Cenan .U r. Peur MefJawaa .R. r. J. D?T?raax Karrtnfton .Cater. Knjloa Palla??? .L. O. Sheldon Collier .R. O.Xlaable Substitution??Balaakt for Callahan: Peu per for Collier: J. Oeoan for R. Uenan: Mullen for Kttnble; P. Deaeraux for Stel ato?. Coala front floor?R. Gena?. McCowan (4). rarrtnftoa Collier. Balukl 14). P??ry, 1. Dureras?. Gamba fra?? foul?Farti??ton, 2 oat of 3; J. Deaeraux. ? oat of a Ref eree?Mr. Darts. Tim? of quarters?Elfht minutes each. Cardin?! Club Meets. The Cardinal Athletic Clnb base ball team will hold Ita election ?f officers for the season tonight at the home of It* prealdent 8. Breen, UM Kin* ?treet, Alexandria, V*., at I P. ra. Il-_-J ericks were laboring In forty. More ] anon. Best bel <>f the day?Grand ?lam. | Best take-a-caaaee bri?Jam.?. Beat warlav? W ??datone, Aasaaae, | Albert S. a Place. \K\\ ORLEANS Ml ?:< I l(i\>. Fire? Race?Albert S? H?n Valet, I Tatt. ??.-.??ni Race?Sybil, Bellrlager. Geldvale. Third Race?Aasaaae, Bag-pine, Op- | portant I y. I ..urlh Raer-<? ood.lnn?. I oilrl- | ship. Matinee Idol. Fifth Rare??araad Mam. War i Cina. The I.ams. ?lath Race Menatala Rose 2d., Herr as, llloneorlde. Seveata Race ? Jam... lineari. | Baby Slater._ THE HAVANA RESULTS. FIRST RACE?Three furlongs: I Jean Corey. US (Corey), $ to 6, 1 to 2 and 1 to 4; Pan Handler. 11? < ?ar gani, 2 to 1 and even; General ?>? ramonte, lit (Pickens), 2 to 5? Time : tr?. Vic. Munoz. Painter and Litt e Pointer also ran. SECOND RACE?Five and ore half furlontrs: Robert L. Owens 110 (Gar-ran). 4 to 1. g to 6 and 4 to 5: Bunlce. 10S (Burns), even end 1 to 2: Bella Wilfer, 103 (Carmo<y). ? to 10. ?Sime, 1:0?. Sherry. Na .ml Walton. Cadabello, Lillian G and Prince Bonero also lan. THIRD RACE?Five snd one-hal' furlongs: Trophy. 112 (Carmody). 4 to 5. 2 to 6 and 1 to S.'Encore, 110 (Pickens). 7 to S and 1 to 10; Jill, 89. (Tompkinson), ( to G. Time. 1:0? 1-5. Shlro, Weymcruth Girl, D. C. Ciri. Haselnut and Sureget a so ran. FOURTH RARCE?Five and one half furlongs: Peasant 100 (Atkin son). S to 1, 4 to 5 tnd ? to 5; Blon del, 107 (Murray), 6 to 2 and ? to S; Currency, 108 (Carmody), 1 to 5. Time, 1:05 4-5. Hlmiltrude, All A glow, Marion Holllns, and Skier Face also ran. FIFTH RACE?Five and one-half furlons-s: Bettertnn. 104 (Carmody). 5 to 2. even and 1 to 2; John, Jr., Ill (Howard). 6 to 5 and 3 to 5: Ar thur Mlddleton, 103 (Long). 4 to S Time. 1:12 2-5. ? .le. Enos, F.ster, Embry. and Tarasc?n aleo ran. SIXTH RACE?Mile and twenty yards: Duke Ruff. 100 (Bam-'s), ? to 2, 7 to 5 and 7 to 10-, Legacy, 10? ? Murray). 4 to 5 and 2 to 3; ? >dia<. 105 (Brown), 7 to 10. Time. 1:41 2-5. Perfect Lady, Sky Man, Plantareic and O'Malley also lan. SEVENTH RACE?Mile and ore sixteenth: Candlelisht. 99 (Harm? ). 3 to 1. ? to 5 and 3 to G; Bucknail. 110 (Carmody). 3 to 6 tnd 1 to 3: Lariat, 9? (Hunt). 2 to 1. Time. 1:45 2-5. Lucky Pearl. Bill Hunlew At torney Muir. Corydon and Stiva tene also ran. ISAM LANGFORD MAY BATTLE IN PARIS Chicago. Feb. 14.?Sam Langford. the "Boston Tar Baby," will Journey to Terre Haute, Ind., next Monday night to take on Jeff Clark, the Joplln Ghost, in a ten-round bout. "Thaxn" has the travel craze now and is considering a proposition to go to Paris for a series of bouta. i HAWAII HAS INVITED JOHNSON TO PLAY | Hawaii has invited William M. John ston, the American tennis champion, and Roland Roberts, another Cali fornien who ranks nationally In the first ten, to compete in the champion ships at Honolulu during the first week In April. Teck Beata Poly. Baltimore, Feb. 14.-?The Technical High School of Washington easily defeated the Polytechnic team here today in the Central Y. M. C. A. gym, 21 to 12. The close guarding of both teams was the real feature, although Loelher, of the visitors, showed the best Individual work. The line-up and summary: Tech. Positions. Pol.?. Oonall.la. F. Wiarh<it!r Shaw .?. ?. Tnrbnll Lehler .Center. Townaend Parker .?,. G. Benschen Und? .a. r. Hnsd.kl? Snbstltotlow?Bntrhlsses for Show. OonU I from floor?Iaoelhar (ft), Gosn.ll. Ratenlnaon, I Parker. Winrbeater (2), Turbali. Oeela frt.ni j fmil?4io.n?ll ,4 oat ef 11; Winchester. ( ? out of 9; ?haw, 1 oat of 2. Refere??Mr. Menton. Tim. of quarter.?Eight minute? each. Central Quint Win?. Winchester, Va., Feb. 14. ? The Central High School of Washington defeated tire' Shenandoah Military Academy here today. 30 to 19. The line-up and supimary: ('?nitral. PwltkaM. Shenandonh. Tina?n .Ia. ?. Sanders Bilhaaa.?. ?. Briaw.ll Wood .Cster. Cosway D. >'?wh? .la. G.. Shannon B. \?wby .lt. ?i......?. atrthnr Goals from floor?Iassaoa (ft). HUlmsa (4), Wood. D. Newer (2). Walker. Bandera (S), Bri.w.ll, Cosway. Arthur, ^re? goals? I Sander.. 1 oat of 3; Shannon. 2 oat ef 8; Lemon. 4 oat of 11. BateUtnUoaa? Walker for HlUmaa: Hillman for Wesd; Dyer for Hillman Cammlags for B. Newbjr; Aria, for BttlMlt, aSlalUS ?PX Ocejrnr. Nevada Turfmen Races String on Maryland Tracks The ?table of George Wlngfleld. whoae Nevada ?tud, which 1? domi ciled near Reno, Is one of the most considerable thoroughbred nurser ies to the westward eof the Missis sippi, will arrive at Prince Georges Park, Bowie, about about the middle of Mas-ch. Wlngfleld will race in the Kant this season and his horses will be fit for action when they unload at Bowie. They are mostly 2-year-olds and they have been training all winter at Sacramento, where they have not missed a day ?Ince they were trans ferred from Nevada. Walter 8. Hoath, who was formerly foremaji of the stable of H. G. Bedwell. will bring the Wlngfleld horse? East and handle them. Wlngfleld? who ?pent a matter of three week* <n Washington In Janu ary, ha* gone Weat to ?uperlntend the shipment of hi* horses. He ex pects to be In Washington In the spring and will race his string on the Maryland tracks. ? Herald's New Baseball Schedule Season 1920. Arrenami l?> GKORUE L. ?OHKI.IM). (Copyrighted.) -April *A Weahlnfton at It--ion. April 15 Waahlnfton at Boston. April If WaslilOfton ?t Itoston. April 17 Waahlnfton at Boston. April ih ttuBday lope?. 1 April ID Wasblsfton at Philadelphia. April 30 Wa?hlntton at Philadelphia. April 21 Waahlnfton at Philadelphia April 22 Boston April 2S Boston April 24 Boston April 23 Boston at Waahlnfton. at Waahlnfton. at Washlnfton. 8at. at Washlnfton, Hun. April 28 Washlafton at New York. April 27 Waahlnfton at New York. April 28 Waantnf ton at New York. April 21) Washlnfton at New Y'ork. April SO Philadelphia at Waahlnfton. May 1 Philadelphia at Washlnftna. Rat. May 2 Philadelphia at WaahlDfton, Sun. May 3 Philadelphia at Waahlnfton. May 4 Philadelphia at Waahlnfton. May S New York at Waahlnfton. May ? New York at Waah|?fton. May 7 New Y'ork at Waahlnfton. May 8 New Y'ork at Washlnfton, Bat. May ? New Y'ork at Waahlnfton. Sun. May 10 Open. May 11 Detroit May 12 Detroit May IS Detroit May 1? Detroit May II si. I?.ui Ma> 16 Ht. Louis May 17 Ht. lyoails May 18 Ht. Louis May 10 Open. May 20 Chicago May 21 (lalt-af* Una May May May Chlcafu Chlcafo Cle.elnnd Cleveland May 2.1 Cleveland May 27 Open. May 28 Waahinfton May 20 Waahlnfton May 30 Philadelphia at Waahinfton. at Washlnfton. at Washituytoa. at WaahlBfton. at Waahlnfton, Rat. at W'ashlnfton, bun. st Washlnfton. at Waahlnfton. at WashlnftoB_ at WaahinftoB. at Waahlnfton. Rat. at Wa?hlnfton. Hun. at Washlnfton. at Wanhlnfton. at Washlnfton. Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Hat. Wa?hlnftnn. Hub May ?SI Waahlnfton at New York. June Jane June Jane June Jane June June Jnoe WaahiBftoa at New York.. WaehlnftoB at New York. 8 Boston 4 Boston 5 Boston ? Boatos I (area. 8 WashlBft? ? Wa?h!r.f ton at , Ht. ?,a???. June 10 Wa?hiBftoB at Ht. l,oui?. June 11 Waahlnfton at St. Loui?. June 12 Wasblsfton at ChleafO. June 13 Waahlnfton at Chtrafo. June 14 Washlnftoa at Chlrafo. June 13 Washlnfton nt Chlrafo. June 1* Waahlnfton at (level..?.I Jane 17 Waahlnfton at Cleveland. June 18 Washlnfton at Clevelao.l. June 10 Washlnfton ?t Cleveland Jane 20 Washlnfton nt Detroit. Detroit. Wa?blBftoB. at Washlnfton. ? t Washlnfton. Hit. ? t Washlnfton. Hun. at Rt. Louis. Sat. Hub. Hat. Hut. Jane 21 Washlnfton June 22 Waahinfton at Detroit. June 23 Waahlnfton at Detroit. June 24 Open. June as Philadelphia at Washlnfton. June 24 Philadelphia at WashlBfto?. Rat. June 27 Philadelphia at Waabinftno. Hun. June 28 Philadelphia at Wasblaflon. June 20 Open. June :to Washlnfton at Bnstoo. WaNhlnfto? ?t Boston. AVashinftoo at Boston. July 1 Wa?hlnfton at Boston. Jnly I July a July a July ??" July ? lui. 1 July July New Y'ork New Y'ork New York Open. I lesela ad 0 Cleveland WashiBftoa, Sua. at Washlnftoa. ? t WashiBftoa. July 10 Cleveland July 11 Clevelaad July 12 Opea. July 13 Chieafo Jnly 14 Chlrafo. Jnly If Chlrafo July 10 Chlrafo July 17 Detn.lt July 18 Detroit July 10 Detroit 20 Detroit 21 Opea. I.ila July July July 23 Ht. Louis July 24 Rt. Loui? July ? at Washlnfton. at Washlafton. at Washlafton. Rat. at WaftblnftoB, Hun. at Washlnftoa. at Waahinfto?. at Washlnftoa. at MiauhiBftoa. nt WaKhinfton. Hat. at Washltifton. Sun. i.t Wa?uioftoo. ut Waabiofton. ? t Waahinfton at Washlafton. nt Washlnftoa. Rat. Waahinfton. Hun. Philadelphia July M Waahlnfton at Philadelphia. July 27 Opea. July 28 Washlnfton at Detroit. July 2? WaahiBftoa at Detroit. July 30 Washlafton at DVtrolt. July 31 WaahiBftoa at Detroit. An?. 1 Waabiofton at ('Iceland. Auf 2 Waabiofton at Cleveland. Auf. 3 Washlnfton at Clevelaad. Auf. 4 Washington at Cleveland. Auf. I Waahlnfton at St. Loui?. Auf. ? Washlnfton at Ht. 1/oail?. Auf. 7 Washlnfton at Rt. Lo?la, Hat Auf. ? Washioftoo at Rt. Louis, tun Anf. 0 Washlnfton at Chlrafo. Auf. 10 Waahlnfton at Chlrafo. Auf. 11 Washlnfton at Cbirafo. Auf. 12 Washlnftoa at Chlcafo. Auf. 13 Open. flat. Sub. Auf. 14 New Tor* Auf. 15 New York Auf. 18 Open. Anf. 17 Ht. L?ala Auf. 18 st. Lonla Auf. 10 Rt. Louis Auf. 20 St. Loula Auf. 21 Chlcafo Auf. 22 Chicago Au*. 2S Ope?. Aug. 24 Chlrafo Auf. 23 Open. Auf. 28 Detroit' Auf. 27 Detroit Auf. 28 Detroit Auf. 29 Clevelaad Auf. 30 Cleveland Auf. 81 Clevelaad Sept. 1 Cleveland *>pt. 2 Open. Sept. S Wa.Mnfton M Philadelphia, ?ept. 4 Washlnfton ?t Philadelphia, fl.t. Boston at Washlnfton. 8a?. ?t Washlnfton. ? t Washlnfton. Sat. at WaahiBftoa, Suo. at Waahinfton. at Waahinfton. at WaahiBftoa. at Waabiofton. at Waahlnfton. Sat. at Washlnfton, Hun. ? t Waahlnfton. at Washlafton. at Waahlnfton. at WaahiBftoa. Sat. at Waahlnfton. Hun. at Washlnftoa. at WaahiBftoa. at Washington. Kept. }* Boston Sept. 7 Ope?. 8 " 11 111 Sept Sept. He ?* Sat. Sun. Opeo. Waahlngto? at st. Loui?. Waahlnfton at Ht. Louis. Sept. 11 WaahlBfton at Ht. Ixnil?, Hat. Sept. 12 Washloftoa at Chlrafo. sun. Hept. ? WaahiBftoa at Chlcafo. Sept. 14 Washington ?t Chlcafo. . Sept. 15 Opea. t Sept. 1? Waahlnfton at Cleveland. Sept. 17 Waahlnfton at Clevelaad. Sept. IS WaahlBfton at Clevelaad Sept. ID Washington at Detroit, Sept. 20 WaahlBfton at Detroit. Sept. ?1 W.?hln?ton at Detroit. ?Wpt. 22 Opea. *>Pt. 2S Ope?. Sept. 24 WaahlBfton at K,w York. Sept. 23 Washlnfton at New York, flat ? Reptaa 28 Waabiofton at New York. Hun Sept. 27 WaahiBftoa at Boatos. Kept. 12s Waahlnfton at Boston Sept. 2? Open. Sept. SO WaahlBfton at Philadelphia. Oct. 1 WashlBfto? at Philadelphia "ft- 2 Washlnfton at Philadelphia. ?Deroratioa Day; two fames ?Uly 5, holiday: two fames. ttabtar Diy; two ?amea. ? IDouble header. Bra*?? After Catcher Boston. Feb. IC-Georg? Stalling?, manager of the Boston Bravea, 1* In Little BocV negotiating for Catcher Tony Brottem. The Little Rock Club Is demanding certain player* In ex chmge fur the backstop. Nick Altrock's Baseball Career As Told by GEORGE L. MORELAN?. World's Foremost Baseball Statistician, * Who Writes Exclusively for The W,ashington Herald Third Installment. The team which Nick was connected with was offered a game to play In a little town about nine mile? out side of Cincinnati. The proposition which was ?nade with the Cincinnati team was that each side put up II". and the winner fw take the entire re ceipts. Ten dollari? to that crowd was like asking the Athletics to win the pen nant In 1*20. They hustled and hus tled, tried here and there to beg, bor row or steal that amount, but they fell down in their efforts. Finally Altrock. who was the star of the team, was told to go and ask a man. who ran a saloon, If he could loan it to them. Nick did and. to his sur prise, the' gentleman coughed up. When the glad tidings were sent broadcast that the money was in hand they sent word to a man, who ran the challenging club nnd also a cafe, where the game was to be played, that they would accept the challenge and would he on hand with the coin. Aa all the money the buncb had. was the .10. they had to walk that distance. This they did by stanine st midnight in order to get to the city they were to .play in and get a good rest before the game was called, as there were two games to be plajasd; and the one which Nick's crowd was engaged to battle With was scheduled In the morning. This did not fesse the bunch of Cincinnati lads. They ar rived and had a good rest In sn old barn and - when time to play came they were ready. Before they had started the regu lar third baseman was found absent, and this put the club in an awful hole. What will we do? It was at this point that Kid Elberfeld informed the other players that he had a brother who was a good third baseman, but he wanted ?J to play. Both Nick and Elberfeld were to get that amount each, and the others were to split if they won. It was finally agreed that the Kid's brother should be paid, so he was taken along. The team, when they arrived, was .Camp Humphreys Soldiers Gi? ' Virginia University Five Si ?ve "care Poker Playera, Attention ; ' Uncle Bam wants to know how much you won at poker last year. "None of his business." yon say* There's wneee you're mistaken' Taxable Income for the year IMS Includes anioni)!? gained In gambl ing. Profits made In violation of laws and regulations are none the less taxable. 80 It's up to you "penny ante" boys whose poker ac counts are on the right side of the ledger to come a croas. "What about the loners*" Well, that's different. Illegal losses are not deductible. presented with meal tickets for three meals at the cafe, run by the backer of the home club. This was. Indeed, a surprise, and what they did to the breakfast was a sin. They reported for the gsme, and ,lt was soon evident thst they would have no trouble In winning. This they did. and ail reported to the dining room for lunch. They made a meal of that lunch, you can tell the world. The afternoon itame was witnessed by the Cincinnati team, and before they left they decided, that as they had a meal which was not punched on the card, they would enter. IT? Be ? '?aliased. > s-? CharlottesvlUe. Va-, Feb. M.-aZami ' Humphreys quint gave Virginia quit? a scare tonight by a great rally la Uh final period, but fell four points shor of victory, the collegians winning ? lo SS. Virginia led at the close of the tira nni! It to 4 Hahn did some bnllian ?hooting from mid-floor and cage? five basket. In the second half. Th. line-up and summary Virginia. PmiiUon?. Hanasarre. H.lrbrr .R. r. aahraa. IV!!??. .I. y. Haanki Salinelrter .Caster. VMa ? Jeanine? .B. C. H?C. Hantln?.L. G. Kurn Kuballlnlloaa?Da?? for Prllwar Plrk gSBBs? Halrkrr IT). Prttwar (SI. SrswiHn (tl. Mauke Khraoer <??. Vidal III Tni goni.? Pell*.? 4SI. Hatrner. amender i2i. ARNOLD ROTHSTEIN NOW IN RACING GAME New York, F*b. 14 ?It wu an? . nounced here today that Arnold Roth : tolti, usually ol-iaracteriaed aa "Amer \ ica'? premier *pecul?ator," had enter*-* the mnk? of the thoroughbred owner* I on a Uree reale. ! From Information at hand ft wo-nlc ???? that Trainer Max Ilirach waa Ir lealiiy acting for Rothsteln when h* . irtirchaaed 175.000 worth of yoaiiinj. ? lai-t year. Open Saturday Until 9 P. M. ? You'll have to pay $40 for any kind of a ready-Bade mit thii spring and tummer. Get in on this offer and save $10 to $15 at least Men, here is the greatest tailor ing offer I have ever been able to make. Even when, in the good old days, I made tai!ored-to-measore suits for $11.75, the ? al u? ? were not as great as in my present offer. For clothes are going higher? MUCH HIGHER. The wholesale market has gone on a riot of ?oar ing prices. $40 this spring won't bny as good a soit as $20 or $25 used to, and yet, in the face of this tremendous rise in prices, I am of fering for a limited time only to make ? SUIT or OVERCOAT, MADE TO FIT AND FIT TO WEAR. I won't make any profit to speak of at this price, bat to keep my large force of experienced critters aad tailors to gether, I figure it is good business to cut prices to the bone. Fine fabrics to choose from, in smartest of weaves aad pat terns. Now, men, don't take my word for it?just ask any tailor or clothier what prices are going to be this spring, then GET MEASURED NOW! GET YOUR GARMENT WHEN YOU WANT IT. I MUST CHARGE $40 FOR AS GOOD THIS SPRING?NO TELLING WHAT OTHERS WILL CHARGE. OUT-OF-TOWN PATRONS?Send for Samples and Self - Measurement Blanks FREE HORN THE TAILOR 611 Seventh Street ? ? ? ' ?'? ? Remember the Address ^ -Open Saturday Until 9 P. M.?