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tE GENDRE SETS 2 RECORDS, RETAINS PENTATHLON CROWN
Scores 8 Points With Three
?Firsts, a Second and a Third
?
Fails in Effort to Duplicate Berry'# Perform
ance of Winning Every Event?G. U. Cap
tures Distance Medley Relay.
Maryland Twelve
Beat: Penn State
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FRANKLIN FIELD. PHILADEL
PHIA. Pa.. April 2S.?Bob LKJendrc.
of Georgetown. tried hard and failed
to 4rln a place among the stiper
athletes who have won all Ave eients
of the pentathlon?but he won three
and captured the five-party feature
of fhe flrst day's sport In the big
P?n relay carnival here.
|>?Gendre. who had been touted
strongly to duplicate the performance
of1 Howard Bo-ry. the former great
man of Pcui. fractured a pair of
carnival records, to win in the javelin
throw which he captured with a tosa
of 171 feet, and in the 200 meter*,
which he ran in :22 1-5. The carnival
pentathlon record, formerly held by
Barters of Penn. was 168 feet 11 Vs
inches, and the 200 meters had been
pursuit. Shields passed Connelly
fairly on the way to the string,
and seemed to have won the race,
but officials could not but disqualify
him and award the victory to the
reluctant Connelly when t^ey heard
an explanation of the. spill.
Pea a Wlaa Hprlat Medley.
The schoolboys in the Interna
tional scholastic medley ran a rous
ing rkce. won finally by Exeter
with a runner from Hamilton Col
lege Institute, of Hamilton, Ont.,
thumping the cinders right at the
winner's heels. The time for this
mile was 4:44 3-5.
Svracuse runners made a bfave
scrap lor the college sprint med
lay. but Capt. I^rry Brown, of
Penn. ran his half as anchor man
in 1:56 2-5 and nosed out the Or
ange and Black finalist by the
doa. by Berr, m :2J 3-5 Ave y..n l^'io It.'e'h'.d a'Vood aft.rnoon,
ago.
LeGendre also won the broad jump,
clearing 22 feet 8 4 inches. Emory,
of Princeton, ran a great game race
In the 1.500 meters. the final
pentathlon event, winning in 4:33 3-5.
with Wes*. of Washington-Jefferson,
seoond. and LeGendre. third. C'.app,
of the Navy, flipped the discus 121
feet H inch and won. LeGendre was
seoond In the platter pleasure.
Relaarts Foll?i?? LeGendre.
Reinartz. of Muhlenberg Colege. a
voting ftllow who teaches the other
mepibers of his track team how to
run by setting a great athletic ex
ample. was. second to LeGendre in
lpotnts in the pentathlon, having 17
to LeGendre's 8. Te pcntathlong is
scored like hummy; the more points
you have when its over the worse
you stand in the competition and
everything you don't win counts
against you. Bvrd. of Virginia Poly,
wd third with 21*4.
I^grry Shields, of Penn State, per
formed a spontaneous act of sports
manship In the great distance med
ley relay which brought a huge mass
of humanity up standing with a
start of admiration and wrenched j
loose the greatest blast of non- I
partisan cheering this stadium has
heard In many a long season of ath- |
let tea.
Bounding the last turn but one.
Shields was trailing Jim Connelly,
the Georgetown anchor man. in a
puflishlng mile run Trying to pass
the Georgetown athlete?who was
all but exhausted, and running on
tha intangible stuff that makes
game, athletes?Shields accidentally
clipped him and sent him spinning
alqng the cinders. Shields stopped
en,the width of a dime, waited un
til ^Connelly regained his feet, and
permitted him again to assume the.
fame lead that he had held before
the fall ere he would resume the
taking third in the quarter mile,
won by Penn: third in the distance
medley, won by Georgetown; sec
and fourth in 440-yard hurdles.
Hundreds of brave little kids
from the Philadelphia grade and
high schools ran relays for an hour
and a half and threw themselves
to dramatic flops in the dust at the.
finish line.
Standing of the Clubs,
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
W. L TVf w
New York II 3 7*1 jWash'toa.. 7
8t. Louis f? r? .842 Athletic*. . 5
Cleveland. 7 8 ..TJRI Boston... . 4
Chicago.. . 8 8 .000 fvtrott 4
College Parkers Completely
Outclass Nittany Lions,
Winning 10 to 3.
L. Pet
H .461 ?
R .MS I
h .333
9 .307
TESTESDAY'8 HEST7TTS.
Washington, 9: Athletics. 4.
New York. 10; Ro*ton. 3.
Chicago. 9: Detroit. 8
St. IxMii*. 3: Cleveland. 2.
TODAY 8 GAMES.
Washington at Philadelphia.
Boston at New York.
Chicago at Detroit.
Cleveland at 8t. Louis.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
W. L. Pet.J W. L. Pet.
New York 11 3 .TMTPlttsbnrgh. 8 7 .482
Chicago.. 10 4 -.714 Brooklyn.. 8 8 .429
Bt. Loul*. 7 8 .,13ft Cincinnati. 4 10 2*8
Phillies... 8 8 .500| Bo?ton 3 9 230
YESTERDAY 8 RESULTS.
New York. 10: Boston. 8.
Philadelphia. 10: Brooklyn. 7.
Cincinnati, 5; Pittsburgh. 3.
St. Louis. 11; Chicago. 3.
TODAY'S GAMES.
New York at Boston.
St. Louin at Chicago.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia at Brooklyn.
COLLEGE PARK. Md.. April 28 ?
Employing an attack which kept
the ball In Penn State's territory
the greater part of the *ame Unl
ver.lty of Maryland handily van
quished the Nittany Lions at la
cro.se. 10 to 3. here this afternoon.
It was Maryland a second triumph
over fenn State in two season..
Starting with a rush the Black
and Gold stickmen unleashed a
whirlwind attack that virtually
swept, the visitors off their feet and
&t halftime were leading 7 to 1.
State braced somewhat In the
second half and held Maryland to
three points, while It negotiated
two.
Ileidlebach. Smith, Broach. Miller
anil Stevens starred for Maryland,
while Elsler scored all State's goals.
Tomorrow Penn State meets the
Navy at Annapolis. The line-up:
Maryland. Po.lt I on reus Stat.
Zatasch UcmI Morgan
Braaaer Point Coulter
Marty Cover Poist..(Capt.) Brown
McDonald nr?t D.f.nar Oatcliell
Wllhelm He rood Defence Yoeum
Steven. Third Defense B??h
smith Center
M.rden Third Attack Briner
Slllott Second Attack Howe
Heldl.twrh ...Flr?t Attack , 7
MUler Out Borne
Broach In H->me Trout
Score by halrea. .
Penn sute *
*'??? Maryland?smith <21. Heldlebsch
(!). Miller (21. Broach <5?. Sle.e.a (^
Penn SUte-El.ler (3) Sub-lHution.-Marr
land?Wllhelm for Smith. Bowe for Elliott.
Brewer for Sterena. Lewi, for Marden, To.
bias for Miller. DarkU for M?rty. Seaaman
for JEalsach, White for Bro?ch. Bonjh for
Branner. Referee? Leuachner (Penn State).
i;oal umpire.?Beach. Boalej I Maryland).
Timekeeper.?Pyle (Maryland). Barney (Ml.
Wa.hlniton Club). Time of hal?ea?30 min
ute.. .
Giants' 5-Run Rally in 8th
Defeats Braves, 10 to 6
BOSTON, April 28.?By a delayed
rally in the eighth Inning the
Giants defeated the Braves today.
10 to ?. in their first game at the
Hub this year. Boston, gathering
15 hits, had run up to a rt-to-5 lead
.it that point, and McGraw's men.
in getting the Ave runs nece?aanr
for a victory, drove
rbe box. The score:
Giants. AbflOAl Boston.
Bancroft... 2 2 3 8|Powell.cf..
0 2 " Barbsre.lb.
0 2 41 Cruise.rf. .
1 2 01 Nicholson.If
0 3 0| Boeckle.Sb.
2 11 01 Kopf -s? . .
2 0 0| ford.2b.
2 8 1 O'Neill.s..
1 1 5i Wst.on.p.
'Oesckger.p
Watson from
AbHOA
Rawl'gs.-b. 4
<iroh,3b. . 4
Young, rf. 4
Meu.el.lf. 3
Kelly.lb.. 3
Shinners.cf 5
K Smith,e. 4
Nehf.p.... 5
4 3
4 1
4 2
5 1
5 1
5 2
4 2
5 1
4 2
0 0
2 0
R 0
3 0
0 0
1 2
2 B
? ?
5 0
0 0
0 0
Totals.. 34 10 2T 18( Totsls.. 38 IS ST 13
Run.?Bancroft(21, You**. Meuael. Ken/
(2). Shlnnera. K. Smith (21. *eff, Powell,
Nicholson Boeckle. Kopf. O'N.ll. Error. ?
Barbare, Boeckel. Ford. OSeil. Two-haw
hita? Powell. Ford. Bancroft, Boeckel.
Three.bnae hit.?Smith. Ford. Sacrifice hit
?Crnlae. Double play.?Kopf to Ford to
Barbarv. 3; Nehf to Bancroft. Kopf to Boeck
el. Baae, on ball.?Off W.taon, 8; Nehf. 2.
Struck out?By Wataon (2). Nehf (2). l*ft
on haw.?New York, 5; Boston. 10. Umpire,
?Sentell and Klem.
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WASHINGTON
Smith, If
ft. Harris. 2k...
Rke. ef
JiHae, IK
?rawer, rf
Park, mm
?B R H PO A E
? 1 2 1 ? ?
I S 1 3 4 0
4 0 2 3 0 0
3 1 2 14 0 ?
4 0 1 3 0 0
4 O O 0 1 1
OkarHtr. e 3 1 1 3 3 0
Rush. 3k .1 2 2 O S O
Nogrldce. p 3 1 2 O 2 O
Total*
33 ? 13 27 15 1
PHILADELPHIA All II If PO A E
Y otitis, 2k I 1 O .1 2 1
! Sfkwr, 2k 3 0 0 3 1 1
Johnston. lb.... 3 O O O 2 O
Walker. If 2 2 1 O O O
Perklas. e 3 O O 3 4
Miller, ef 4 O 1 2 O 0
Wrick, rf 3 0 1 2 O O
Dykea. 3k 4 1 1 1 3 O
(?allavrar. at 4 O 1 2 4 1
H HarrU. p 2 O 1 O 2 0
Eckert. p 1 O 1 o l o
x Fakrmaa 1 O O O O 0
Total* 31 4 T 27 10 3
x Hatted for Krkert In nintk.
Ily inning*:
Waaklnjrton 110 113
Pk!U4elpkla 1 O O 0 0 1
Left oa base*? Pklladelpkla. S|
Waaklnarton. 11. Two kaae kit*?
Jodae. 2J Walker. Me*rldaret three
kaae kit*? Harris; kome run?
Dyke*| naerlflre kit*?Walker. Mog>
rid ire. 21 llnak, Welak. Peeklnpaoich;
ba*e on ball*. off B. Harrft*, ?j off
Eckert. 2| off NoRTldce, 2| struck
oat by B. Harrla, 3| by Eckert, 2;
by MOfrrliae. 3? off Harris. 0 klta.
7 runa In 3 1-3 Innln^a; off Eekert.
4 klta. 2 runa In 3 2-3 laalaaai kit
by plteker, by Mogrldjce. (Younc,
Jobnaton). Loalna plteker. B. liar,
rl*. laiplre*. Connelly and Wllaon.
Oil
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HARRIS' WILDNESS
BIGFACT0R1N NATS'
5TH STRAIGHT WIN
Mogridge Holds Macks
Safe?Bush and Judge
Star With Willow.
Lieut.Hartig Breaks Own
Potomac Park Golf Mark
That reoord for the golf course In
Potomac t'ark doesn't last verv long:.
La?t month Lieut. Frank Hartig.
U. S. A., went %round in 34 to bet
tei all the marks to that time. Yes
terday he chopped two strokes off
that mark.
Ging around with Lieut. Col. Hick
man. MaJ. Steese and Mr. Kverson.
Hartle vopterday made an eagle two
on the fifth hole and birdies on the
flrst. third, fourth and seventh holes.
He exceeded par on the second and
ninth to beat par by four. His 37
for the last half of the IS-hole four
some gave him a 69 for the round.
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. April 2*.?
Blanketty.blank-blank-blank. That
Is the, only way to ^describe what
happened out at Hhibe Park todky.
At the end five or six thousand per
sons, after two hours and fifteen
minutes of mental torture and phys
ical discomfort, departed for their
respective homes with only one
definite idea*? that Washington had
walloped the Athletics, and that the
score was somewhere around 9
to 4.
The Mackmen defeated themselves
Just as much as did the opposition.
There were occasions ? rare, but
nevertheless distinct?when they
traveled an inning or so in style,
but for the most part everything
they did was off color. At times
it was a burlesque.
Harrla la WII4.
Once more it was the good-na
tured "Slim" Harris who started
what he couldn't finish. The six
foot-six Texan wa.? wilder than two
hostile canaries battling with a
hysterical sunfish. He Just couldn't
locate the plate. In the first two
sessions he walked five men and that
he got off with only two runs is
attributable to luck and not skill.
In the end the threatened blowup
had to come and about the sixth
inning it did. Two singles, a double
and a triple sent him to the show,
ers, and Eckert burst upon the view
of the startled natives. He did
better and only two runs, one in the
eighth and one in the ninth were
chalked agsist him.
Old Donie Bush, a veteran of in
numerable diamond campaigns, and
Judge, the guv that Connie thought
about setting but didn't, were the
mainsprings In the Nationals* at
tack. which was extremely methodical
and so nicely timed that when errors
were available to put men in scoring
position a hit or two was produced
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The Extra Pair Doublea the Weafs
for the purpuM. Buih scored two
rum htmsolf. sacrificed a teammate
to second, walked once, drove out s
double and astonished the Athletics
by limping down to flrat In time lo
heat the throw on his bunt In the
fourth. Judge collected a brace of
doubles which figured in the run
setting and walked twice.
Now to the reason why the Ath
letics didn't score enough runs to
win. It was s big one. this reason,
fully as big as the reason why the
visitors did count so often. In other
words. Mo?rridge is virtually the same
height as Harris. The difference to
day was that he knew wh*t and
where he was heaving them. He had
a lot of stuff, did the tall left-hander,
and he used it profusely.
Carolina Pounds Nisbet,
Beats Maryland, 4 to 1
COLLEGE PARK. Md.. April 2$.?
North Carolina State hit Nisbet, Uni
versity of Maryland's husky twirler.
hard when hits meant run* here to
day and the Tarheels triumphed.
4 to 1.
Every run of the came was earned,
one of the visitors' coming on a
homer by Redfearn *ln the third inn
ing. He also hit two singles, driv
ing in hla team's last tally in the
seventh.
Curtis held Maryland to hi* hits,
not more than one coming in any
Inning except the sixth, when Sem
ler's triple and Bailey's single
averted a shutout. The score:
State. Abll Oil Md Ab H O A
Ruth.If. .. 8 2 0 0 Pagaa'rl.Zb 2 0 1]
Norwood.rf 4 11 Oigemler.ef... 4 S 1 0
Laanlter.lb. SOS 0|po|Yk.1bSb S O S <J
Redfe'n.aa 4 S 2 SjRalley.e.... 2 2 ft 8
Holland.Sb. S 1 S 0; Bardett'.rf. 3 0 0 U
Johnfton.rf. 3 10 I [Moran.Sb... 10 0 0
R!ue.2b... 3 0 4 4;lJtrhS*d.lb. 2 0 ? C
Psraoa.r... 2 0 0 1 nrovea.lf... 10 2 0
Curtis.p... 3 10 llRearhley.lf. 2 1 0 0
! Realejr.aa... 10 3 1'
INtabet p . 2 0 0 3
'?Romaburg, 10 0 0
Totals . 28 9 2110 Totals... 24 6 21 9
X. C. State 0 2 1 0 0 0 1?4
Maryland 00o 001 0?1
Runa?Norwood. Redfearn. Holland John
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Two-bnae bita?Holland. Ruth. Threeba"
bit?Homier. Home run?Redfearn. Sacri
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Ruth. Kemler, Bailey. Burdette. Double
rlay?Blue <una?al?ted) F"1rat bs?* on balla
?OW NUbet. 2; off Curtla. 5. Strurk oat?
By NUbet. ft; by Curtla. *. Paa*ed ball*
Bailey <3?. Paraon Umpire ? Hufhea.
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