Business, Despite Crippled Condition, Is Not Conceding Victory to Tech Nine
TO BE AT SECOND
Injuries May Force Stenogs
to Play Newman There.
Other Games Listed.
THOUGH Coach Lynn Woodworth
of Business may have to use a
left-handed second baseman, a
rare diamond spectacle, In the
game against Tech tomorrow In
the Eastern Stadium, and may have to
employ reserves in some other positions
because of injuries suffered by first
stringers, he is by no means conceding
victory to the McKinley nine. On the
contrary, the doughty Stenog mentor
entertains hope of knocking the dope
galley west by coming through with a
victory over Tech. The game, as usual,
will start at 3:15 o'clock.
Before the contest with Western it
was reported that Business might have
to call upon Natie Newman, a southpaw,
to hold down the second-base job.
Woodworth, though, managed to get by
without pressing Newman into service
in that game. However, Joe Brown, who
rook care of the keystone sack then may
be out Friday as the result of injuries
sustained in an automobile accident last
Friday, and Fred Finley, who also can
play second, hurt his ankle in sliding
in the Gonzaga game Tuesday, making
it not at all unlikely that Newman may
ba at second tomorrow. .Woodworth also
has three young inflelders who arc good
fielders but are shy on batting power
and experience that he may use at sec
ond. They are Milton Jacobsen. David
Nemerofsky and Alfred Fratantuno.
Milton Singman probably will again
be at shortstop, as Bob Lucas, first
string shortfielder, has by no means re
covered from a twisted knee suffered
some time ago.
Eddie Leonard probably will start on
the mound for Business, but there is a
chance that Joe Brown mayget the call.
Either Ensor or Spikel wUI take the
flrling line for Tech at the beginning
of the game, according to Coach Mal
colm Edwards. Except as to right field
the Tech line-up will be the same as
was used in McKinley’s winning game
with Central. Brown may go to right
field and Sklar take his place behind
the bat. Spigel. who held down the
garden job in the Central game, may
get the post again, or it may be held
down by Batson or Ensor, if the latter
does not pitch.
Edwards is highly pleased with the
work of Pitchers Batson and Price, but
does not believe them to be as fit for
duty, in the championship series right
now’ as Ensor and Spigel.
Three diamond games are carded for
scholastic hereabout tomorrow In ad
dition to the Business-Tech encounter.
Two tennis matches and a track en
gagement also are listed.
In the ball games Western and Emer
son are to meet on the Monument Lot,
Central and Catholic University Fresh
men at Broekland. and out at Hyatta
vllle the high.achccl team there will
face Laurel in an important Prince
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Georges Count* championship game.
Business and Tech teams are to meet
in a public high title match and Cen
tral and Bt. Alban's racketers are to
Central'a colors will bs carried by a
team in the 440-yard national inter
scholastic championship race in the
Fenn relays at Philadelphia.
Two ball games and a tennis match
were programmed today. Eastern and
Catholic University Freshmen were to
clash at Brookland and Georgetown
Prep and St. Alban's at St. Alban's in
the diamond encounters and St. John’s
and Friends were to meet on the lat
ter’s courts at tennis.
SENIORS AT CENTRAL
EASILY ANNEX MEET
Scoring 75 points Seniors easily won
the boys’ Interclass track meet yester
day at Central Hiph School. Sopho
mores were second with 33 points.
Freshmen third with 13, and Juniors
last with 9.
A cup was awarded the Seniors by
the Parent-Teacher Association of the
school, which sponsored the meet. It
is planned to mak” it an annunl affair.
Capt. Allpn of the senior team won
the half-mile and mile runs and placed
second in the discus and javelin throws
to capture individual scoring honors
while Wilbur Cross, also of the Seniors
won the 100-yard dash and broad jump.
Shntpnt—Won by Mrrman (SoDhomoreI: |
second. Hanlev (Senior': third. Hochbaum ;
(Senior*. Distant*. 5* feet.
.in-yard daah- Won by Shore (Sophomore): j
second. Price (Sophomore): third. Sonen |
(Sonhomore'. Time. « seconds.
l?n-r»rd fclrti hurdle*—Won hy Boucher
(Sophomore): second. Canhom (Sophomore).
Tim*. It seconds.
Pole vault—Won by Mairuder (Senior);
second. Ripley (Senior): third, Chewning
(Sophomore). Height. 10 feet.
One-mil* run—Won by Allen ‘Senior);
second. Hobbs (S-nior): third. Suracl (Se
nior). Time. 5 minutes 25 seconds.
inu-vard flush—Won by Cross (Senior);
second. Pose (Senior): third, Burkett (Se
nier). Time. 10«» seconds.
Hiah Jump— Wen bv Howard (Sophomore): \
second. Maaruder (Senior): Coleman (Ju- !
nior). tied. Height. 5 feet 5 inches.
(to-rard da«h—Won by Simeriien (Fresh
man); second. Sullivan (Junior l: third,
Wiln*r <6*ninr). Time. 55 seconds.
Running broad Jump Won bv Cross (Se
nior): second. Smith (Sophomore l ; third.
Coleman (Junior). Distance, 19 feet 8
Mo-yard run—Won by Allen (Senior):
second. Coleman (Senior): third. Walther
(Junior). Time, 3 minutes 189 s seconds.
no-yard low hurdles— Won by Shrivcr
(Senior); second, Lyon (Senior). Time,
1?0-y»rd dash—Won by Kocsis (Fresh
man): second. Burkett (Senior): third, Ma
honey (Senior). Time. 259* seconds.
Dlsrus throw—Won by Hochbaum (Senior); i
second. Allen (Seniori: third, Morris (Se
nior). Distance, 102 feet.
Javelin threw—Won by Brandt (Junior):
second. Allen (Senior): third, Morris (Se
nior). Distance, 130 feet.
PEOPLES’ PINSPILLERS WIN.
Peoples Drug Stores team journeyed
Jo Baltimore last night and took the
•first four out of five games In a 10-
game match with the Red Drug St
, Chemical Co. team. The Peoples pin
spillers narrowly missed a clean sweep.
! for they lost the fifth game by just one
Sin. Paylor was high man for the vic
jrs. getting counts of 105, 128, 121, 92
and 105, lor a total of 551.
i COLLEGE TRACK.
Clemaon, 8514; Furman, 40 !4.
THE EVEHUTO STXS. TVXTgHTNCTON, ~ T>. ~C„ THTTRSPXT,' 'ABBTC 25, M23.W
D. a SCHOOL NINES
Eastern, Business and Devitt
IN base ball games involving school
boy teams of the Capital area yes
terday Tech whitewashed Devitt,
4 to 0, in six innings on the Monu
ment Grounds, Eastern fell before
University of Maryland Freshmen in a
9-4 encounter at College Park, Business
dropped an 8-8 decision to Episcopal at
Alexandria, Devitt was beaten in a 5-2
match by Hyattsville High on the River
dale Park diamond ana Friends routed
Episcopal's junior team, 10 to 0, on
Central’s tennis team downed Tech.
7 to 0. in a public high title match on
the Sixteenth Street Reservoir courts.
Superb pitching by Batson enabled
Tech to easily down St. John’s. The
McKinley fllnger yielded just one hit
and always held the Cadets at his
mercy. Hurley, for St. John’s, also gave
a creditable mound exhibition.
Maryland Freshmen gained the lead
i in the third inning of their game with
j Eastern and steadily added to their
Hauver, who pitched the first seven
innings for the Old Line youngsters,
proved a puzzle to the scholastics, while
Maryland found Chester Miles and Phil
lips, Eastern's first two hurlers, not
so effective. Kraut, who finished the
game for Maryland, did not do so well,
but Curtin, who occupied the mound in
the last stages for Eastern, showed clev-
, Schlelgh and Chalmers, for Maryland,
and Turner and Taylor, for Eastern,
were leading batsmen. Schleigh and
Taylor each socked a homer.
Tilton allowed Business only five
scattered hits as his team scored over
the Stenogs in their game. Episcopal
took the lead In the third Inning when
it scored three runs and was always in
Mizell was Episcopal’s leading stick
man. while Durvee was the lone Stenog
; player t<~ get more than one hit. He ,
gathertu two singles.
Defeating Devitt School, Hyattsville !
High registered its sixth straight win. !
Hyattsville hit Walker, Devitt pitcher,
opportunely in the seven-inning game, !
while Venemann and Hanev, on the j
mound for the home team, gave up
only two bingles. Hyattsville gained
the lead in the first inning and held it.
Donaldson and Robinson were leaders
at bat for the victors.
Glover limited Episcopal Juniors to
a lone bingle as Friends team won.
Robertson and Meyer each got two hits
lor the winners. The game was call
ed at the end of the seventh inning.
Central High racketers In defeating
Tech rang up their second 7-0 vic
tory in as many engagements in the
public high tit!* Mrl*i. Th* Blue and
white racketers vanquished Eastern
Robinson <C.) defeated Talburt. S—3.
o—4. Neale (O.) defeatad Culp. #—l, 6—4;
Smith (C.i defeated Wilson, B—6. 6—l,
*—l; Harlan <C.) defeated Sexton. 6—3.
Meyer (C.) defeated Mattern, 6—4,
Neale and Harlan (C.) defeated Talburt
and Culp. «—4. 6—3: Robinson and Smith
(C.) defeated Wilson and Sexton, 6—4,
LIST OF CONTESTS
IN SCHOOL SPORTS
Eastern vs. Catholic University
freshmen (base ball), Brookland.
Georgetown Prep vs. St. Alban's
(base ball), St. Alban's.
St. John’s vs. Friends (Prep School
Tennis League match), Friends.
Business vs. Tech (public high
base ball championship game), East
ern Stadium, 3:15 o'clock.
Business vs. Tech (public high
‘rnnis championship match).
Western vs. Emerson (base ball),
Central vs. Catholic University
freshmen (base ball), Brookland.
Central vs, St. Alban’s (tennis),
Laurel vs. Hyattsville (Prince
Georges County high school base ball
championship game), Hyattsville.
Charlotte Hall vs. SL John’s (base
ball). Monument lot.
Eastern vs. Episcopal (track), Al
BY GALLAUDET NINE
Gallaudet stretched its base ball win
ning streak to four games by defeating
Charlotte Hall Military Academy, at
Charlotte Hall, Md. 7 to 4. A 5-run
rally in th"* first inning was decisive.
Hokanson pitched for the Kendall
Maryland’s crack lacrosse team was
to meet Georgia Tech today at College
The Terrapin tennis team dropped a
I 6-to-l decision to Washington and Lee.
1 Single* -Kurland 'Maryland) defeated
i Goi.nh. S -3. 6-3; Scott tw. * L> defeated
j Dyer. C—o. 6—l; Pilley (W, A L.) defeated
! Rosenbaum. 6—3. 6—l; Brady <W. and L.» 1
! defeated Schofield. 6—3. 6—4: Cox tW. and
L. i defeated Ditckman. S—C, 6—2.
! Doubles Gooch and Pilley (W. and Ll de
-1 fea’ed Rosenbaum and Duclcman. 6—3. 6—l:
Scott and Brady <W. and L.) defeated Dye. j
and Schofield, 6—4, 6—l.
Catholic University's ball team is at!
Newark, Del., for a battle with the
University of Delaware today.
LEAGUE MEETS TONIGHT.
Georgetown Church Base Ball League
will meet tonight at 8 o’clock in Peck
Memorial Church. It will be the final
session before the start of the league
Bond All-Stars to Make Bid
For Unlimited Diamond Title
Bond bread all-stars bid
fair to cut quite a swath in un
limited class base ball circles
hereabout this season.
Leading members of the team
include Colllflower, Poland, Mudd, Au
gustine, Hanbach, McPherson Logan,
Fowler, Starkey, lories, Hurley, Tim
mons and Freed.
Bond’s are after games with strong
out-of-town teams and particularly
want to book Mount Rainier, Kisers’
All-Stars, St. Mary's Celtics, Croome,
Scaggsville and Annapolis. May 26 and
June 9 and 16 are among open dates
on the Bond card.
Sunday the Bakers will meet Be
thesda All-Stars on the Alta Vista, Md.,
diamond at 3 o’clock.
J. R. Gublsch, Bond manager, may be
reached at Franklin 5350 during the
day or at Atlantic 4127 after 6:30 p.m.
Kennedy A. C. will furnish the op
position for the newly organized Seat
Pleasant-Georgetown A. C. nine in the
latter’s opening game of the season
next Sunday on the Seat Pleasant
Members of the Seat Pleasant-Oeorge
town team Include Manager Fox, Capt.
Chaeonas, Hllleary, Busch, Bennie,
Sauber, Smithson, Haas, Long, Joseph,
Phipps. Simons. Mattingly, Rlthrnever.
Robbins and McDonald. Bill Sheriff is
Foxall A, C. diamonders will play
their first double-header of the cam
paign Sunday when they meet Johnny
A. C. of Bladensburg at 1 o’elock and
Red Birds at the eonelusion of that
game Foxalls are listing games at
A. B, A W. Busmen will start their
campaign Sunday when they will en
tertain Addison A. C. on the Arlington,
Va.. diamond at 3 o’clock. Robert L.
May, president of the A. B. & W. Bus
Co. will toss out the first ball. South
paws are slated to face. Wormsley for
the Busmen and Stevens for Addisons.
Cabin John Junior Order team will
drill this afternoon at 5 o’clock in prep
aration for their game Sunday with
Lanham, Md., A. C., at Lanham. Man
ager Sadtler is booking for the Junior
Ordermen at Bradley 201-F-14 or by
mail at Bcthesda. Md.. Route 6.
; Bill Hammond's Friendship A. C.
I kam is after a game with an unlimited
| class nine having a diamond for Sunday.
, Call Capt. Pearson tonight between
5:30 and 6:30 p.m. at Cleveland 3311.
Eastern All-Star Midget* have been
f, irced to call off their game for Sun
day with the George Sislers, and in
j stead will meet Peerless that day at 1
o’clock on the Rosedale diamond. East
i All-Star* will compete in the Amer
i ican Legion aeries, with Victory Post
National Press Building Cardinal*
nine which will meet in regular weekly
session tonight in Suite 1170 of the Na
tional Press Building at 8 o’clock will
face Edmonds Art Stone Co. team
Sunday at College Park. Md. The Cards
will be without the services of Cotton.
Harrington and Buscher, player* who
were recently injured in an automobile
Gamas with unlimited class teams for
Saturdays are sought by the Cards who
also wish to book out-of-town games
for Sundays In June and July. Charles
Harrington is booking for the Csrds at
Cleveland 4881, or by mail at 4440 Con
Whoopee Midgets of Anacoetia will
drill Sunday morning at 10:30 o’clock
on Fairlawn diamond and the following
art asked to report along with any
others wishing a trial:
Jimmie Diggs, Warren Taylor, Chester
Sydnor, Lefty Corley, Glen Seaman.
Bailey, Buck Conner, Harold Cox, Bill
Smith, Doug Collins, Harrison Fillius
and Jimmie Brashears.
Naval Hospital nine showed the way
to Bolling Field Airmen on the latter’s
field yesterday, 5 to 1.
Delano Post Midget team is after a
game for Sunday with a team in its
class. Call Lincoln 4218. Delanos will
meet Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at
the Peabody School and all candidates,
new and old, are asked to attend.
Mount Rainior is after an unlimited
class opponent for Its opening game
Sunday on the Mount Rainier field.
Call George Bakersmlth at Hyattsville
1548 between 8 and 9 p.m.
Lake A. A. base bailers of Baltimore
are after games with 18-year-old Wash
ington teams. Write Carl F. Oemundt,
1204 North Broadway, Baltimore.
Mosean Junior nine Is after a Sun
day game. Call Columbia 4995.
Avenue Valet Shop diamonders will
elect a captain at a meeting tonight at
8 o’clock at 311 Thirteen-and-a-half
An opponent for Saturday Is sought
by Aztecs nine. Call Lincoln 8624.
Little Engineers drubbed St. Stephen's
i Insects, 16 to 8. yesterday on Naval
Trojan Stars will hold their first base
i ball meeting tomorrow night at 8
; o'clock at the horn? of Luther Smith,
! 1410 Columbia street.
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* n t^le “Members Inclosure” at the
Newmarket Races, This new and unusual
4» i«IL style was worn by a famous patron of the
* ' turf—one of the best dressed men in
IIS The next day in London, our
|S| Representative met an English officer,
* a member of, this titled Englishman’s
party at the Races, and through him we
lo cat cd the “Birthplace” of this new
We found the Original in the Regent
Actual Photograph Street Shop of Manfield of London —had
photographed and sent by the Marconi
s‘torat*purchalad by Trans-Atlantic Wireless Pictoradiogram
ua in London /or Service to the Regal Factory at Whitman,
63 Shillings Massachusetts.
($15.12) With this Picture and a Cable describing
ft aAI/H ■£AIV Us details, the Regal Factory Manager got
1;1VIf I busy and this new style is now on display
in 78 Regal Stores from Coast to Coast.
X Actual photograph
\ o/ This model in London is known as a
Regat siwm l for n * u Spectator’s Sports Shoe and called the
“Monk”. It resembles a plain-toe strap
and buckle model worn by members of a
JT Monastic Order.
" v - W Pah OKfB The Upper Leather in Manfield *s “Monk”
i||HHftggk ° c x_, N . , PRICE is an imported brown calfskin tanned in
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Reproduction we are using the same
tannage. The Lasts are identical in
measu'ements and appearance and the
® ince we introduce d thi * »tyle in America
1188/ jr ft C a number of high-priced retailers have
copied it—and some of them ore selling
mpHHji it at a higher price than we paid for the
I don’t believe that the titled Englishman
who first wore this shoe on the famous
heath at Newmarket could tell the
difference between the original Manfield
model, which coat us 63 shillings ($15.12)
and the Regal Reproduction, which costs
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ONE MAN CHALLENGES
SCHOOL TRACK TEAM
BISMARCK, N. Dak.. April t 5 OP).
-—A one-man track team haa chal
lenged Blsmarek High School to an
unofficial moot and the contest will
be held next week.
The doughty ehsllenger is Rolf
H>meson, who with a companion
scored 84 points for the Devils Lake
School for the Deaf and the State
track meet In 1988. This was just 1
point less than Fargo and Grand
Forks, which tied for first placs.
In "taking on" the Bismarck team,
Harmeson will participate in one or
two events daily until he has gone
through the entire list. He hopes to
score as many first places as the
entire Blsmarek squad. *
HYATTBVILLE, Md., April 25 —Two
crucial games in the Prince Georges
County high school base ball champion
ship series are carded tomorrow when
unbeaten teams will face.
Hyattsville will entertain Laurel here
and Maryland Park will play host to
Upper Marlboro, defending State title
Baden will meet Surrattsvllle and
Brandywine will face Oxon Hill In other
Girls' vloley ball teams of the high
schools will play the same schedule as
the base ball nines.
Shipley’s Midgets, who have won three \
diamond games in as many starts. In-;
eluding wins over Colmar Manor. Wash- !
tngton Boys’ Independent Band and j
Bakers’ Wonders, will entertain Alex- |
andrla Boy Scout Troop No. 146 on the
University of Maryland diamond at
College Park Saturday morning at 10 j
o’clock. Mcßeynolds and Glascoe are
hurlers slated to toll for the Shipleys.
BUI Walton’s pi«ce Athletic Club
base ball team of Hyattsville is after a
game for Sunday with an unlimited
class nine having a diamond. The j
Pierce club will drill Saturday afternoon i
at 4 o’clock on the Hyattsville High l
Manager Walton Is booking for Pleree
at Hyattsville 775 after 6 pm., or he 1
may be written at 15 Maple avenue, |
PLAYERS ARE PICKED
FOR CROOKE BENEFIT
Member* of the Georgetown Univer
sity and University of Maryland base
ball teams wUI make up the all-star
team which will meet Quantieo Ma-
Saturday at 3:30 o’clock in Clark
Griffith Stadium in a game the proceeds
of which will go to the family of Tcm
Crooke, who died recently aa the result
of injuries received in an automobile
Players selected for the all-star team
are Outfielders McCarty, O’Neil and
Duplin. Georgetown, and Kessler. Mary
land; In fielders Dunn. Sralzi and Eo
zck, Georgetown, and Hadlee and Gay
lar, Maryland: Pitchers Poole and
White. Georgetown and Phipps. Mary
land. and Catchers Higgins, Maryland,
and Donovan, Georgetown.
Nick Altrock and A1 Schacht, coach
comedians of the Washington team,
Use of Griff Stadium has been grant
ed free cf charge by the Washington
A meeting of the general committee
in charge of the game will be held to.
night at Spalding's. Collections will
be turned in and additional ticket* dis
QUINTS TO BE HONORED.
United Typewriter Grays and Tivoli
I Whirlwinds, basket ball teams which
won the unlimited and senior class
championships, respectively, in the
Community Center League* during the
past Winter, will be honored at a ban
quet tonight at 7 o’clock at Central
1423-25-27 L St. N.W.
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