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THE q HE WASHINGTON TIMES WEDNESDAY AE1L A lL 1 1903 190
BIG BiGFJELDS FIELDS FIELDSATBENNING SENATORS ° VS VSTHE CORBETT CORBETTWINS WINS WINSHIS
RA GING ATBENNING BASEBALL THE PHILLIES i21s BOXIIVG G CORBETTWINSe HIS FIGHT e A ATHLETICS
SENATORS GROSS BATS BATSt
E t t WITH 1TFI fHILUES PH I LLIES TODAY TODtfpey TODAYj TA TAGarey
j
I Garey pey fey and Holmes to Line LineK Line3r
3r K i Up With Locals LocalsfBiTH LocalsBOTH
1 1l
l fBiTH BOTH fH IN GOOD CONDITION CONDITIONiJTeister CONDITIONc
c
iJTeister Jt i5ter and Wolverton W lvertoll With Plwlagel Plwlagel3iia
T > phia 3iia ia Team Tea TeamDelehanty Delehasty Delelta ty Tangle TangleRetains Tan1eR =
Retains R taias Same Status StatusWBen StatsWhu StatusVThen
WBen Whu the th Senators Se atc > rs meet the the Philadel Philadelphia ibi1a4ephii
phia p phii National 1la at1oua1 malLeague < League team eain at AmericanLcftgne
L League ParK Pa this thisafternOOll afternoon they th y will willpresent
PI present the theairongest strongest trongesL team that has haslined
lined up 1t PJ In Senatorial torial togs t OJs this season seasonGeofgG seasonGaoige aso
GeofgG Cae Cu > as tall and lanky a as s ever everand eyerJUl4jnane everand
and JUl4jnane In fine trim is s in town townt townand t and will willfeV WinJbat
eier feV Jfest for the local nine and andfltyV and andkJ
Ducky kJ fltyV BsBlmes fflg will look after right rightg rig1ltJJolmes
g gitr4 r 9fe ji JJolmes Holmes too a late arrival is islooking isWell
looking dUng Well well and fit His practice with
th tbe champion l nptttsburgteaJn Pittsburg team has bene benefiteil
Med lt him lDt h it i1 ilie tbe e way of getting g tUng into intoptestaK iatojJaJing
playing form He says be never felt feltin feI feIef
better ef in alds his is ute l e and is ia anxious fous to get getou getou
ou ou q on te the field fie14wit1t with his sew clubmstee eitltmatetlUT
1 The arrival lUT val of Carey and Ho Holmes s com comHtet
Htet ietes s tn the roster of the Statesmen ateamen9 with withth Witht
th t theegeeption exception eptiOD of Bill Clarke aDd Case CasePattea Caset
Pattea t l1 They are at Annapolis coach coachtag 1OaC1ItbeMidskWmen coachJag
tag tbeMidskWmen the Midshipmen for fortheiraJm their annual annualuc
f uc with West Potet Clarke came cameeireT cam
eireT ever fu to BI Wanington Wat WigtOIl Saturday turda7 to jBee ae ace his hisfellow hisf hisfellow
f fellow tIwp players ersndfrieads and frieu friends < 33 and la 1S1 fit t to torton toibe todoi
rton the toaak taatIkJUJd and pad at t a aDlhtl1t minutes sno snoti no notee noUce
Uce tee teei
i Patteji ti he reports JePOrtsis is inftue in Sue fettle as asa as1BeJVlng
a resulj resul of 1BeJVlng serving up his puzzling as assortHjeat asof
sortHjeat of benders rs to the Annapolis AnnapolisThe nnapoU nnapoUThe
buys The AdJBiraJ is much pleased with witheswlirof
t1s ressli eswlirof liOthiS of his labors in getting getliD Jbe the theidyles thelIIIes
lIIIes idyles ealn in shape for the t th season ea easoe and andirtenied
A l ee ne iothtng ng but the Navy henihey heniheyIM 1Jtltey
IM the lads ds iron ro West lotht
rt ron =
1 irtenied to Annapoli n t ta Br S SPatten
liat a Osse f Patten could be b exjjeci ex exeat expeetsd ljjw ljjwstriva td tdrhe
striva rhe eat at Rlioost alzdostany arot any minute > T TDel
> Del If Not ot to Play PlayTh1fneup J P P5heitaeup
5heitaeup Th1fneup The lineup omits Deiehanty from the thelist the1fst
list 1fst Al lSeI Selbaca ch will cavort around aroundjnI in inI is
the I ljS big alders I Iuggers er territory It ia prooable prooableRoblBson bf bfi
that i 1t RoblBson tnson tbe youngster YOuD ter WEBO who hlks hlksbeen ha s s1lefncoppiDg
1lefncoppiDg been copping out o base hits for tneSenr tneSenra the Sea Seastars ea
a a stars ra at t a merry clip in the practice practicegames practicewHI
games will be given a trial in tie ia iafieWTnlStrt
fieWTnlStrt Ji 1fl eWTtr nrJAirt = part of the game game either at short shortgeeooA shortJt
Jt oc aeeo geeooA BI As Ast y yet < < he 1aehas has hatino bad no no upper opporcal oPOr oPOrnlfy
cal nlfy r to to demonstrate de1DODstratehts his ability as an anfielder anHelder ai i
fielder elder having played p1ay d in right rlg t in all allr al alJie I
r the Jie games so far this season seasonTanr seasonTayMnithar 1
> Tanr r TayMnithar WfamiHlu ftHn iBr faces will be See11 seen een to toi is I
i < Quaker er City aggregation atgregati011neiable notable notableaiiiv flOthI
aiiiv z zj p rtbe1ia Xbem them Billy B nJ7 Kels Keister ter aad Harry lf Harr n F
1 ton lIt we dth the SSOaLQII I
1 L year ear KeJster ifP is popular ere jiere here anA anAvp djittle anr anree I
+ ee vp jittle little fellow will 4oubtlessbe doubtless be ac acg aa acded
g rded ded a warm welcome welcome5Tie 1e 1eTbe
5Tie Delehaaty DelehaJ y Squabblo remains remainstbe remaine t
tbe the e same as it was when the big guar guardian guardian guardiac
dian of left field fteldwas ehl was awarded to the theFashin tbelringL t
Washingtou Fashin lringL U iOQ club at atlbe the peace pe e pact of oftwo oftw o og r tr
g two tw 0 major r organizations Orga niUtlOns niUtlOnsseen y
Whes ae seen diis is morning m ant asked if ifprobable ifjrptob F F1s r
jrptob 1s probable ble JIt i tt sat Del I would ouldpla play with withSenators rith rith1Se I
I Ip Senators aat dis uts season 9 Manager Mau gerIot gerIotd Lot Lotsaid Lotsaid
1Se said d n h tho thoqjht fht < bt that Del would play playe plajBut IT ITBut
But his reas reasons u for his QertioR QertioRI assertionot
e not I clear THrfess 1 it Is that dlItiJlgton t ts I Iahtngton
PSsbiagton ahtngton iJlgton Club Is content topay to pay back backiSe
iSe 1e 4000 800 advance money obtained from fromjf rrO n new I IV
jf V New ew York National league Club Clublier Cl Clubther
ther lier would Mr Loftus arm arm or rMs deny denysayiag den r rths
Ms ths saying il that at he bad no JMf1dea1ww JMf1dea1wwc Idea how Uer the thesjette
sjette SUter teI would be adjusted Justed U8 ted Del Is Lajoli Lajol Jt Jtthe C Cicepted
i neepitad c ttaebeat the beat drawing card CArct1D in tbe tJaeblg tb tbtwo
Mro two big leagues as both Loftus aU aUU ane ad adSwtal I Itl
Swtal tl veil U know kaowLft w wt
t4st Lft t year trktfe W whul hi away from borne h o DeiV DeiVnee Del DeIH Deleeuce I
eeuce H nee cpuuibuted uted substantially substantiaUyera to toooflers Ii S
be ooflers coer era of the theclub club and for f < this thisaason thi thi1Ps3ou B SB
aason both are wary of parting JNUtiqfiih wiLl witbjyfe
jyfe 5 aeiyke ei Deleiianty el hanty Is Isretlcf reticent retlcnt i afeovt afeovtOB shoe t tg
OB g Bitnatton 8itaMJonaad and seems resigned t to ht fs fsIfele a abte
Me Ifele caring little Wbet whether er be plays bere bereIn 1IereIn her e eIn
In In Gotham GothamfFhe G tbam tbamZ GethamThe
Z The Na Natipnal 9 ouaL al League magnates eli asseutep assem assemIraclianapolia asseu assemb3p
tep in Indtanapoli tomorrow tqm tqmorrow rrow wben it It if iffpd i itlIeD 5
fpd tlIeD the t DarlaEijtleiianty DavtsDelebanty h2nt7 situation sltuationill sltuationillII will willtt wil wilmeet 1 1reepemed
tt II reopened r8 Shoaid anryloopbole say loophole offer offerH offereIf offe offekesif
H eIf kesif df whereby y th they y can refute the the e terms termsf t term termthe ms msWc
Wc f the peace compact without too glar glarlitjs glaraD
litjs ing aD n iafriacment t of the late Jatea agree agreeicent ee
meet 1 it la more than probable that they theywill the I
will so avail tbmselves ehreB Delebaaty DelebaatymeaafVhile Delehant y yrneahule
meaafVhile m atthn is resting on bis hlsoars hlsoarsAs oars oarsThe rs 0
As TI eyWftt Wilt Play
The teams will probably line up as asfollows asonowa a afollows a
follows followsWasbingtoB onowaWlUJbin
WasbingtoB WlUJbin WashlngtourBypn Byim enter center field De DeMont Deont 13 13Ment C
Mont ont second base atena nisn abortatop abortatopSelbach ab shortswpSelbaeh rtstopEelbach
Eelbach Selbach left fie e3dCughIln N hito IJJJ third t thirdholmes ird base baseHolmes baseHolmes
Holmes right tt 1lei i k Carey eyrst first base baseOrth ba8eOrtb baseOrtb
Ortb pitcher Jltcbert g ieflfld i uaeud pitcher pitcherpttber L Lpifher Lee Leepltrhor
pifher v > f i iPhiladelph1aWIvertoD
I Philadelphia PbiJadelpbla1VOIyertoD Wblverton third base baseMcFettridge basefcPeUrldge baseicFettrldgs
McFettridge Hrft Jt04hi4 bald d Xe1sLBrfit Keiswa rigfe rigfefield rtgb rtgbI
I field Zimmer flnst rst base bueJkubear Brashear s sec second c cond
F 4 ond base HulswUt shortstop OTUttOP Hall Hallman Hallman Hallman
man Center field eid Roth catcher Dog DogKleby Du Dugleby
Kleby pitcher plteb l Burebeil pitcher pitcherDEPARTMENT pitch pitchDEP pitcherDEPARTMKT
DEP DEPARTMENT ARTIIENT LEAGUE CLOSES CLOSESWITH CLOSESWITH CLOSESWITh
WITH TREASURY TREASURYWAR WAR SERIES SERIESThe SERIESThe SERI S Sit
The War and JTreasury Department Departmentteams Departmentte Departmeiiteams it
teams te 1DI3 rolled a farewell series in toe toeDepartmental t 8 8artmeDtal h C CDepartmental
Departmental artmeDtal Bowling League last 1 sigh pt ptaDd > t taad L Land
aDd toe Treasury quint succeeded in inbagging litbagging i a abagging
bagging two games of the set TIle In Interior lD lDtenor Intenor ¬
tenor five won the championship ot tbe tIi C CI
I league along with b thcf ib Times TIm Cup which whichwill whir bleh blehwill h hwill
will be presented to them as soon as asan a3hiscript10B a B
r an n inscription eta be engraved en Yoo upon pOoit pOoitDeyo it itDeyo I t tleyo
Deyo carried o off the high n b honors with a asingle asingle
single of ot225 225 in bis hI last round at the thepine thepiJi th C Cpns
pine pns He waf was th t the only bowler to reach reachtBe reachtJ reac h hthe
the 2 fO mark n Th IN scores scoresl 8 Oreau
War u l bt 1st t tIS 2 24 3d 3dISS 3d 3 I
wn Williams IS 1 ISS g 196 196ifi l 3m m
1
lS V Van L6aen u JU j ifi 11 11I 192 192J67 Il 2
Cogau Cogaubept I J67 141 1
bept 4 H 11 11 11 2 2Juhatedt4
J Juhatedt4 tecU Ut 1 130 l ll ll II o
l > > t od
Totala r 44 8M 8Mi 1 d
riI AIl AIlTrsasusy l
Trsasusy a 1st 34 3 I Ir
r i 172 i 130 l4 l4r 22 22Ii
r Ii n HH 146 zo 17t 17tr 9 9Is
1 141 iG I II Is
r I E 177 I5 Ii T
1 11 ig ii 12
1 w
1
TALENT T CONfllOHTEO CONfllOHTEOWITH CONFRONTEOWITH G3FTE G3FTE1T
WITH 1T LARGE FIELDS FIELDSTodays FIELOSTodays F1LBSodays
Todays T odays Card C rd Best Filled So SoFar SoFar
Far at Benning BenningSOME BenningI BenningrSOME BenningOME
I
rSOME SOME S OME HARD ONES GNE TO T PICK PICKFather PICKather
1 1F
Father F ather tper Bill Daly Had a Field FieldDy1 Big Win Winning Winj WinjJ1 Winniig ¬
ning J1 Jg Opening O ning and Closing CJosisgEvents I g gEvents
Events EventsLarge Eventsr EventsLarge
r Large U ga fifds fit Ids will be the t e order of the theday th theay j jI
I day daat d ay at Benning Bextu1n nnlnb today and the talent talentwin talentill I
Iwm win w ill be put p i to some straits to pick the thewinners theinnejs
r winners winnepJ w innejs from among the many starters startersIn startersIn startersIn
In the first race Zirl Ben Howard Ilowardnd
1 bad tId nd Blue and Orange Orange should finish in the theorder the1 theder
order order m der named Judge should run away
With W ith the purse in the second with withTransmigration with
i JrranSmigration Transmigration T rarsmigratjon and Swivit Swivit in the therooney therooneyExaminer ne money moneyExaminer moneyxarniner I
li Examiner xarniner looks like a good thing in the th ththird
third t hird with itll Anna Daly and Flying But Buttress But1 But1S
tress tr ess S second sc ond and third respectively Ten Tenstarters 1
starters S are scheduled scheduledrorthe for the fourth fourthevent outhtvent
I event tvent e vent in which Prancers Prancerschanc chances s are the thebeat theI theest
I beat b stwlth b est with Cherubim and Benduro B nduro placed placedAn placedI
I An Ar A u even evendoxen dozen are enterr enterm in the fifth fifthrace fifthrace
race r ace Examiner Examiper should he 1 start star is4Ws is4Wsinstead ifHhII Is this
I instead I of the th third race will be the themost I II
I most m ost likely winner Jove second and andTurnpike
I Turnpike T urnpike third thrdAthelroY thirdAiheiroy
Atheiroy will V in > doubtless land in the thelast t theast e eI
I last l ast race with Lor L LoF4Bailge yBadge < VBadge second and andAlado andI
I A1ad Alado A lado third thirdFather thirdFather
i Father Bills Lucky Day DayFather
I
Father Bill Daly was as the height gar gartJcnJar earenlar r rUcuJar
tJcnJar ti enlar star or yesterday at B Banning BanningThis ing ingThis
This T his remarkable terfmaa
who wbohas has no nopeer 110peerincOliditioning noeer
peer peerincOliditioning x eer in conditioning a horse for an early earlyand
and nd a nd bruising brui ing campaign practically practicallyopened practicallyPOUrd raeticallyolJ
olJ opened O Ow J ed and closed the days program progr am by bywinning byf
f winning w inning the first race ia the easiest easiestsort easiestaort
sort s ort of style with witn Ortoff at the ridicu ridicums ddicuJ
J ms < s oddwor od odds Jv or l I to 020 20 and also AI < landing landtagt I Ithe
the t he last rac race with That at t 4 to 1 after aftera fter j
a bruising finish finishA I
A Again aia ain1l1uch much touted good things went wentwrong w nt J Jwrong
wrong w rong yesterday and but few re of the
135 3500 3 3i 9 500 spectators present preseot left the th track trackmaterially tracknitterially I
I materially mat i erially better off than when when they theycame tbeycame
came c ame The trackwas track was heavy eavy and aoo81owI aoo81owIlbut slow slowbat
lbut bat li nt the warm bright sunshine was a arelief a aelief i iI
relief Tell r elief er after such weather we t1lera as a was ex experienced xJI ¬
I perienced per r erienced nced on > n Monday MondayAs MeudayAs MondayAs
As before IKtoretated stated Orbit had a walk walJtever walkI
I ever o vtr in the theftrst first race raceS but in the second secondRace nd I
I Race R ace King the favorite went ent dews dowatbe be before ¬ I Ifor
fore for f ore PeteanLApin Peter PauL Again in the third Ird a ahurdle a I
hurdle h urdle race Gould the second choice cboicebeat I Ibeat
I beat out Gibson Light the favorite favoritewhile favoritehile favoritewhile
while hile in the fourth Sourire tbe win winner 1
I was a third choice Star andGarler in inOOrse n n L
f too t he 1tttb race was the longest priced prdI pricedorse 1
OOrse berselIJhI h orse sad won and Hist the winner of ofthe o ohe
I the t he last was also ahs third choice in the theTire theI thedds j
=
f o dds ddsThe
I Tire ring fared handsouely and show showed SDOWted ¬
ted ed its gratitude ItU e by shortening bor I t tI thp tbdii < Js Jsself
vhereveran hrever an ep tjinfty nlty esnted nt d iii iiieIf t tself
I self s eIf a ancnJeeab1er noticeable feature ure e or procedure procedurehowever proceduieI
however throughout ttu ougnout1he the entire meet meetThe meetThe nee
I The audience included inclu ed many hand handsomely handsomely handsemely ¬
somely gowned women women notieeablc notieeablcamong noti ablc ablcamong
among a them members of the Silver SilverSlipper snv snvS1ipper SilvetShIpper
Slipper company playing at the Na National NatroDal ¬
tional t ional this week Several S veral of oltheSe theste the lair lairones tatronespaed f
onespaed ones played and played Beavi Jieavllamire Jieavllamiretunrecl heavily and re returned
turned t to the ranks of the chorus last lastnighr lastRiPe lastnight
RiPe sadder but wiser wiserNetes 1rt erNetesef
Notes Netesef of f the Day DayThe DayThe DayThe
The victory vict of August Belmoatta BelmoattaSoarire Jelmomjsf I
f Soarire in the fourth was a apopuJar apopuJarfOJae popular popularoe
oe Oft and the eUttle little gelding l lngwaa was Tocller Tocllerottsly YocIterouly reciterously
fOJae ottsly applauded aa he returned to tathe tathestand the thestand
stand standTbe standThe
The entente cordiale is somewhat somewhattrained 8Omew somewhastrained t tstrained
strained it it1a 1s said between betweenOrJaudo betweenOrJaudoJones Orlando OrlandoJones OrlauthJones
Jones and Sol Lfchtensteia As an our olivbr < i ibranch tbranch
branch br nch the former sent a an a 1060 note to toJanes tc tcJones I
Jones to be placed on Orioiff Orl9 in the first firstrace ir I I Irace
race at at 50 50 0 to fiOOO 1900 and aDtithe the bet wpu wpuaccepted C IC I Ia
accepted a eepted Licbtenstefa LicbtensteinelM closed dhl hi his > book bookOB boolthe k C I
OB D the race raceRedfern raceRedferD
Redfern had a first first second and third thirdto thin thinio 1 i
io to his credit and once ran unplaced unplacedFather unpl unpiacedFather d dFather
Father Bill Daly ww was s s sorely rely diiap diiappofnte d disappolated ap j jlt
pofnte lt d < i at Carroll Ds failure to win wInth wInthJirth the theJKtb th C CflfUi
Jirth JKtb race Star and Garter best b t 1 him himSweetsceuted liii m mS t tout i
out
I
S Sweetsceuted tsceRtedDOtea notes in plenty fouml foumlttetr r fou foutheir Ddj d
their t tr way wayro from the show sho girls glrlslnth4 In the thestands Ih Ihstands I
stands 5 to the ti e little little jockeys jocke In the sad saddling saddhlag d ¬
II
dling room What a penchant these thesetmxom theseI thea S Sbuxom
buxom 1Xotfl soubrettes have for the dwarfed dwarfedjockeys dW dwarfe ar1ed 1 1JOekCIS 1
I jockeys jockeysTommy Jockeysf JOekCISTommy 1
I
Tommy Burns is the Beau Brassisel Brassiselof Br d dot l lof
f of the Jockeys eys Redfera prefers tops to tohaberdashery t 0 0haberdashery r j jIha
haberdashery be rdasheJ7 but when Wheu1teo It comes to a aflnten afinish
Iha
finish ftn l 1te e is s there with I the be goodWfcat 500dtapre good goodlWhat
I Iftn
What tapre a pretiy 7 race it ItWOllitI would make Dakebe DakebetwearkazlaUoRace he hetween j
twees twearkazlaUoRace iraxfaHo Race King JOag aDd Petu Petunia Petuala ietuala ¬
ala tale three crack ck twoyearolds ye st stshown rt rtshown t tshown
shown shownWomen shownWomen shownWomen
Women plungers are are as much la a vegq vegqnow VO VOthe C Cnow =
now as the men me nTae Tale a rid ride e oa a Deft Bcnnlns Deftnlnl Benfling
fling trolley on the way in n from the thetrack thotrack U C Ctrack
track and hear them recount gains galus6r Ina or orlosses c t tlosses
losses lossesCHICAGO ssesCHICAGO lossesCHICAGO
CHICAGO QUINT TRIMS TRIMSTHE TR1JISi TRIISTHE
i
THE PEWIT PENNANT ART WINKERS WINKERSThe WINNERSthe S STbe
The Plate Printers League closed Its Itsseason itsseASCII it S
season seASCII last night with the tb expiration expirationof a 1
of 0 ia the New YorkChicago series on the theGolden theQoldelt th C Caouea
Golden Eagle alleys Tbe fite latter five fivewoo fivewoo fly e eWOD
woo two of the tbegamesfrom games from the Goth Gothataftea Gothmlt L Lamites
ataftea mlt whehowever who ho however easily won the thepennant tbepen lb C Cpennant
pennant pen nt The New York team is to en engage encace I Igage ¬
gage in two postponed games this week weekbut weeJcbut wool woolbut
but the thezoeeults results w411 not affect the standing stand standing standirg ¬
ing off 0 any of the teems terosHigh tepms tepmsHIk teemsHigh
High single honors belong to Orspada Orspadaand OrspatJaand a aend i
and Badke they chalking chKlkin up 203 aDd an ci 1
20 202 202 respectively These were the t only onlyscor only1iCOf onl 7 7scorea
scor scorea t to to exceed esee the 286 OO mark The Thescores Ther TheN Tb e escores
scores scoresN r
N > York lt 1 2d 3d 3dMlUer 3dMIUer 3
MlUer Mt 1 in inShaasba 116Sb a l
Sb Shaasba Jaa a 132 1ST Ha HaChicago 145i1 5
ieso g ii iiBudke z
Budke 1 140 20 201117
i1 i1s i1srD5 1117 Ii
Totals 74 729 729Chicago 5 >
Chicago Is d fll fllMeNIt 3c 3c183
rD5 113 11 11cNaIly
MeNIt cNaIly 1Jt 161 i 1fi 1fiBaleb ii iiBatch I
Batch u n u IK liT 1 U UIti 9 9Spe
Spe n 141 141OFllJttlda It ItOrapad
OFllJttlda Orapad 1 1t t
+ t 7 i iIf U >
If
McGOVERNS S TEMPER TEMPERLOSES TEMPERLOSES ThNFERLOSES
LOSES HIM HIS FIGHT
Young Youno Y oung 0 0and Corbett Calm Cool Cooland
and Collected Drove DroveHome DroveHome
Home the Fatal Punch PunchThat PunchThat
That First Won 1 on Him the theChampionship theChampionship
Championship Championshiplerrible
Terrible T lerrible Terry Enrag Enraged EnragedBored EnragedBoied
Bored in in and an 1 Swung SwungWild
Wild W1ldWhen iV ld When vVh nF Fatal tal Ten TenWas
Was Counted Cursed Ail AilWithin
Within Hearing HearingSAN
SA SAN FRANCISCO April 1 ITJe The bI Wow Wowof W
of ofThanksgivinS o f Thanksgiving Day two years ago that thatchanged
r changed c the featherweight feather igbt championship championshipwas
was w 88 no chance chaaceblo blow Young Corbett Corbettproved Corbett0Ttt
Iproved proved 1 0Ttt it last t night In n a brilliant and aadroogh andtrough
trough roogh r fight a fight that thatwUl will go down downIa downin
Ia i n the annals an Jlus of pugilism IIgiUSU1 he hestood stood oJf oJfthe o othe off
the th e rushes of Terrible T rrible Terry McGovern McGovernuntil McGovernuntil
until u ntil in the eleventh round he saw the thechance thehance
chance c to land that blow again again and the theworlds thewor14
worlds wor14 w orlds championship remained rema ned in n his hishands hishands
hands handsIt h ands andsIt 4 4It
It was the fighting machine the themot the6Ot theuost
mot t brilliant brimaBtand and dashing litt1e little bruiser bruiserthat bruIserthat
that the ring ever saw agaiast agaitlstanother agaitlstanotherfighiing another anotherfighiing
fighiing fi fiI machine endowed with brains brainsThat brainsIchat
That I hat cool steady head of Young Corbett Cor Corbett ¬
bett together with McGoverns IcGo crns terri terrible terrIble tern ¬
ble b le temper won and lost the battle battleTl battleTIVt bat tie
Tl TIVt Th nt t same temper of MeGovern MeGovernmade IeGovernmade
made m ade him end his championship career careerunder careerunder
under a cloud From the time when he herushed herusbed
rushed r his man like a mad m 1USd d bull hitting hittinghim hittinghim hittingim
him h im in the clinches hitting him low lowroughing lowI
I roughing r him like a battering ram until untilbe uRtlI uRtlII
I be b e left the ring cursing right and left leftat eft eftat
at a i the crowd cro d that had hooted h otE him he hewas hcwas
was w as anything but a aplea pleasant nt spectacle spectacleTo
To T o cap it all he showed he was as a bad badloser badl
loser l osi r hy disPIi disputing gbe the decision which whichwas whichis
was is on a clean knockout a and d declaring declaringthat d larlng
that Uiatbe t he was wa > counted out ouLoa AD oa the eighth eighthe eighthiI
iI eODd s e ODd Terry
McGovera wa was 8 not a apopular apopular
popular figure gure in the thespor sporting Ink world wor d last lastBight lastnight
Bight BightI nightOtberwise n ight
I Otherwise the light was satisfactory satisfactoryfrom sa tIsractoryfrom
from f ront every point of view It was a atremendous atremendOtis aremendous
tremendous t house ftiU packed pa kel even to the theaisles the181es
aisles a 181es There was at least 20006 O0 OOO in the theI thlobouse
I boose h ouse and the
crowd at the lowest oIFest es estimate estimate ¬
timate t 1 must have numbered R1Imb red 9000 It Itwas
was wasa 1wasa a great greatfthtwell light well conducted so fir firas hras
as the tbebattle battle proper properwecnt went and brought broughtoJf broughtof
of 0 strictly on schedule scheduleI schedulePushed
I Pushed to a Clinch ClinchThey ClinchThey
They took the center tSey t ty y sparred aparredthey sparredthey
they t hey ducked d into Jntoon One e of Othoee those ling l ni wrig wriggling wrb wrbling ¬
gling gUllcUticr g ling cliricfyss which marred an other otherwise otherwise ¬
wise w great great1ight ght Then McGoveras tem temper temper ternet ¬
per p et flew to the winds He Hewent went into intohis Intois
his h is man aa ashe he used to go when W1M n he bee fought foughtfor toughtfor
for f or 5 in a aBrooklyn Brooklyn lumber yard yardCorbett yardCorbett
Corbett smiled It It was what he had hadpredicted
predicted p and hoped for He waited waitedfor waitelfor
for f or another rush
and planted that can cannonban cannORban ¬
nonban fl right of his in inTerrys Terrys face fac The TheBrooklyn TheBrooklyn Th
Brooklyn boy went down and took nine nineseconds I I I
seconds s Even that did not steady him himIt himIt
It happened ppened again ln in UM second one oneof oneof I
of o f the fastest rounds ever fought in any anyriag anyriag
riag r ing His Hi seconds seeond 6 patted and a nd scolded scoldedhim scoldcdhim d
him between rounds riun and he cooled down downin downin doarnn I
in I n the thipl In that round rou Id It looked lookedfor lookedfor
for a moment as if be had turned th thtide t tiitde t I IHde
tide t tde It looked too
as if he could not notpossibly notposstbly notpossibly
possibly last more than two rounds roundsmore roundmore roundsmore
more so fast were they going Terry Terrywas Terrywas Terrywas
was roughing it all over the ring Twice Twiceh Twicehe Twicehe
h he struck perilously rHou5ly low Again and andagain an1again andagain
again he held Corbetts glove while the thecrowd thecrowd
crowd booted and Graney mussed his hisnatty hisnatty
natty Tuxedo in prying then ih w apart apartThe apartThe
The pace slowed and the men steadied steadiedper steaiedTerry stealleiTerry
Terry showed only a tra trace or Ills tern ternper
per now and then He was landing landingoftener landingote landingoftener
oftener ote r His tactics became me apparel
lie I was was playing for the body thought tho ht htt
to t be the Denver boys soft spot Cor Cortts
betts tts eye e and nose were bleeding but
hi only smiled sm It > d his quiet smile and seem seeined fSe seemed
ed to be biding btM h4 nip time This showed
hi his tactic He was as waiting tdttng to tend a apunch ach apunch
punch ch that had settled get tIed McGovern once
before and so while It was a wonderful
fight it went e nt the same course until the thethuth be
tenth round roundTerry rou roundTerry d
Terry AU But Had Van It ItIn UIn Itj
j In u that round und Terry all in fauj bn had it itjyf
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faying J jyf g as ever for the body he put ut in inone
ORe of his old vicious swings Corbett Corbo Corbettstggered tt l lstaggered Ired
staggered red swayed and clinched This Thistime Thistime
time tJIIJeit it w was Corbett orbctt whom whom Graney had hadto hadt hadwarn
t to warn and to pull away But when whenthey whenU7
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they broke the champion was dancing dancingaway dancingaway I
away smililag 1QJ1U lng again From that thattime thatthn
i time thn forth he settled down to land landfife landt1Je maciXhe
fife fatal punch A dozen do n times Terry Terryducked Terryducked
I ducked it aa a it came with tbe force of ofa o omUles ofj
j a mules kick CQrbett tried I to tanta tantalize tant tantlize ¬
luze lize hint hi again into into losing losing his temper temperHe temperI1e
I He was whispering taunts t unts under bis bisbreath bisI hisbreath
breath bhath as he backed backecLout out of the clinches clinchesbfh c1inch chinchonbt 3 3biit
I bfh Terry f Fernyhad ITY had his feelings feeIings1Ulder under control controlby controlby controlby
by that th that t tinier tim lIe only lowered 10wcr his hJ head headand headand
II and bored boredfn boredfnTbe In Inm
The m eleventh wa W was 8 going in tbe same sameway 51m aumrwhen
I way when the Corbett right rightpun punih b land landed JanllII landeel ¬
ed Fair on the point of ottlie the jaw aw it struck struckMcGovern S struckMcGovern truckMcGovern
II McGovern It should have put him out outthen outtJJen Outthen
then and there but Terry only broke brokeaway brokaway brokeaway
away and ran for cover coverCorbett Corbett CorbettfoHo CorbettfoHohim folio follov follovad v veS
eS him to his corner lashing 11 shing out with withleft wiihI withleft
left I ft and right He set himself shot in l lanother iii iiianother
another right swing and the fight was 1 wa waover U UoTer
over McGovern sat down with wIth a jar re remained remained nemained
mained sitting shaking his head in a adazed adazed adaed
dazed way until he was as counted out outJive outBlve outFive
Jive seconds afterward he was on his histeet histet
feet Refusing Corbetts hand he swayed swayedtoward 6Waetoward swayedtoward
toward the referee reerec and began protesting protestingGraney prote8t proteatutQran ug ugGraney
Graney Qran y would not allow it however howeverTimekeeper howlWCloTimekeeper howeverTftbekeeper
Timekeeper Harding had badwarJt warned d him at atthe kithe t tthe
the ninth second Terry was wasout out fair and andtrue andtrue andtrue
true He staggered as he left the nine rinebot rln rlnbut ninebsc
but he found strength to curse the thecr thecrowd thecrowd
cr crowd wd The championship career of Ten Terry TetryltIcGovern Tenry
ry ryltIcGovern McGovern one of the greatest great t ring llngearNrs ringcareers
careers knqwn was over overHow overHow overflew
How the Betting Went Wentesterday Wentesterday
esterday morning the betting veered veeredaround v reenActaround ed edar
around ar und9 ie area eA mpnar m orlW > or rtfeit afewLho 1ottrsl nouns rs rsb I Ibun
b Jffl bun fe MeSovten M c yn wisjhigbesftiri W wa JhSlJ thf puWic I
I fnvor fa vor and there was no lack of money io iosupport 10suppqrt toppQrt
support su ppQrt him later in th the day at 10 to 9 9When 9Wben 9hen
suW
When W hen Corbett weighed in and failed to tolift tolift toft
lie lift li ft the beam set at 127 12 pounds it was wasexpected wasxpected a aexpected
expected e that a sudden plunge would wouldcome woullcome Wouldome
come c ome on him It failed to come come however howeverand bev bevand howevernd
and a nd Terry was a slight favorite f right up upto upto upring
to ring time Thousands of dollarschanged dollarshanged dollars dollarschanged
changed c hands it being estimated that thatfully thatfully tbailly
cfu
fully fu fud fub lly 35M 3500fl was befcln bet in San Frtfncisco Frtfnciscoduring Fr FtincIseouring ncisco nciscoduring
during d uring the eight hours preceding the thebattle tbebattle theattle
battle battleNow battleNow b attleNow
I Ifended
Now that tha Corbett has successfully suc ul1y de defended dended ¬
fended fe nded his title of champion it remains remainsbe remainst
tm t o be seen how long ong a rest he will m de deand demand d dand
mand m and before again treading the theresine theresineJloor rosined resinedfloor rosinedoor
floor fl oor of the Squared ilftpar circle circleOne circleOne circleOne
One name stands glaringly forth in intbe intbeHet the thelist thest
liC list li st of featherweights featBer e gbts that coupled coupl d with withCorbetfs wIthCor1eU withorbetts
Corbetfs C would make a most attrac attractive dtractlve Ettracre ¬
tive ti re go goJimmy goJimmy goJimmy
Jimmy Britt a Frisco Pri col Ind d is the boy beywho boyho
I who w ho of all others could give Ye Young YoungGorbett Youn Youngorbett
I Gorbett C orbett a ran r n s for his money moneYH He re recently r reostly ¬
cently c bested FrankErne Fr nkJrneaoocanweiKh nkJrneaoocanweiKhin and can c aweigh aweighn weigh weighin
I in I n at 130 pc pcuids IIads > ads Corbettrf Corbett JbestAghUng JbestAghUngweight best fighting ngbiingI fightingeight
I wa weight w eight It would prove an interesting interestingnd I Iand
and a nd profitable profttablemill mill and woiilcr w ulddoubt1ess woulddeubtleaaraw doubtless
draw d raw thousands tbousa > Is t to the ringside ringsideIt ri side sideIt
It is isalsou also lip t1 to Young porbett orbett to ex explain explain oxlaliflita ¬
plain p laliflita 1is his recent reeeJUftght fight with wi h Eddie Hanlon Hanlonn
in i Frisco in which
n he made such a apoor apoor aoor
poor p oor showing showingYOUNG > I
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YOUNG Y OUNG CORBETT HAS HASEITVTABLE HASENVIABLE
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ENVIABLE RING RECORD RECORDYoung RECORDYoung RECORDYoung
Young Corbett William itothweIl itothweIlalmost othwell othwellwas othwellas
was w as almost unknown in fistic circles un until until Unl ¬
til ti l he he Defeated McGovern in that tb memor memorable memorI mentorbli ¬
I able a bli battle Qatt1e at Hartford Conn as up upto upI upo
to t o that time his
reputation was con confined conJlned conned ¬
I fined fi ned to the Western cities alone and andwhile andwhile andhile
while w hile looked upon as a good strong strongrugged srongugged
i rugge r rugged boy was hardly considered oonsid red in inMcGovenTs incGoverns
i McGovenTs M class by the Eastern con contingent coni conngent ¬
i tingent tingentHis UngentHis tl ngent ngentHis
His performance against the Brooklyn Brooklynfighter Brooklynfighter Bronklinghter
fighter fi was a revelation reve ation to the sports sportsmen sportsmen sportsen ¬
men m en who were not prepared prepar for the tb cool coolcalculating coollclIlatingmanner coolalculating
calculating c lclIlatingmanner manner in iawhich which be went wentabout wenti wentbout
i about a bout the work or cut out for him himCorbett himCorbett himCorbett
Corbett conclusively proved pr ved upon that thatoccasion thaloccasion thatccasion
occasion o that his powers as a fighter fighterwere fighterwere fighterere
were w ere greatly great1 > underrated His confidence confidenceand conlhlenceand confidencend
and a nd businesslikeinethods won him many manyadmirers man manadm1rers manydmirers
admirers a and an his career has been b n fol followed folewed oi oi10wed ¬
lowed h with Intense 1nte lse Interest While he hehas hehas heas
has h as not met as mscny men as asllcGovern asllcGovernhis McGovern McGovernhis McGovernis
his h is record o of victories has been a a re remarkable remarkable rearkable ¬
markable m arkable one oneHis ofleHis
His most notable battles before beat beating beating beatag ¬
I
ing t ag McGovern McGove were w 1e victories over Billy BillyRotfbford BillyRo BlIhyotehford
Rotfbford Ro R tfbford of England Engla 00 Oscar Gardner GardnerBil Gl1r Grcinerily liter literBilir <
Bil Bilir B ily y Harris Harris Frank Newhouse Newhou Kid KidHarris KidHarris Kidarris
Harris H HS arris Billy Irwin Jack Flint Abe AbeSpitz AbeSpitz Abepitz
Spitz S pitz Paddy Hughes Joe Bernstein BernsteinGeorge BernsteinGeorge Bernsteineorge
George G eorge Duos Kid Broad and A Aus AusUuRice Ausia s stta
tta UuRice UuRiceHe t ia Rice RiceHe Ricelie
He has also draws to his credit with withBenny withBenny withenny
Benny B enny Yaager Yang r Eddie Edd Lenny Young YouasBrae Youa YouaEraeCrock Youngrne
Brae EraeCrock E rne Crocltey eyBoyle < B Boyle yle Billy Billy1Maynard Mayriard Iaynard ana anaEddie anaEddie anaddie
Eddie E ddie Hanlon HaalOJiGET HanlonGETTS
GET GETTS SBURG WINS TWO TWOGAMES TWOGAMES
GAMES IN ONE DAY DAYANNAPOLIS DAYANN DAYANNfPOLlS
ANNAPOLIS ANN POLIS Md Md April 1 151 St Johns JohnsCollego JobnseoUeg Johnsollege
C Collego opened ed its season of games here hereyesterday hereyesterday boreesterday
yesterday y with the Gettysburg GettSburgColleg GettSburgCollegteam College Collegeteam Collegeeam
team t eam of Pecosyl Pennsylvania vania Gettysburg won wonby wonby wony
by b y the the score of 13 to 7 In the afternoon afternoonthe afternoonthe afternoonhe
the t he victors journeyed to o College Park ParkMd ParkMd ParkMd
Md and there on onthe the same day defeat defeated defeated defeatel ¬
ed e el the tb Maryland Agricultural College to tothe tothe tohe
the t he tune of o5 15 to t 2
I POTOMAC POTOMAC BOAT BOAT CLUB CLUBSEEKS CiCUBm CiCUBmSEEKS ftUB8EEKS
SEEKS NEW WE QUARTERS QUARTERSProbable QUARTERSProbable UARTER8 UARTER8Probable
Probable That Structure trncture Will Be BeErected BeErected BeErected
Erected on Present Site SiteAt SiteAt SiteAt
At a meeting of the Potomac Boat BeatClsb BoatCbb BoatClab
Clsb the largest body in the past ten tenyearc tenyeara tenyears
years assembled ass mbledto to take preliminary ac action action action ¬
tion toward the theetection erection of a new club clubhouse clubhous chubhouse ¬
house Preshteat Pret mHt John Hadley Doyle Doylewho Doylerho Doylewho
who rho was the chairman concisely stated stateJthe stat statedthe J Jthe
the object of the meeting UI1g that the theboard theboard theboard
board of governors goern realized reali ed the apparent apparenturgency apparenturgenc apparenturgency
urgency urgenc of new quarters and that they theydesired tbe tbedealre theydesired
desired < f aa anex expression ressioo from the clue clutvproper clutI clueproper
proper as to t it its action tion and andindorse indorsement indorsementof ent entof
I of any plans they might adopt A new newbuilding newbunding newbuilding
building is neeesaary nee 8lJary and if the mem members members mornhers ¬
bers act in unison unj on with the beard Mr MrDoyle MrDoyle MrDoyle
Doyle is confident that provision will be bemade bemade bemade
made for the same samePresident samePresident samePresident
President Doyle also stated that to tostart tostart
start a fund a grand Benefit esefit Detit perform performaace performanee performance
aace would take place on May 4 at the theLafayette tbeLafajeUe theLafayette
Lafayette Square Theater in which the theBergen tbeBergen theBergen
Bergen Stock St ek Company and a host of oflocal ofocal oflocal
local volunteers will present a fine show showMr showKrCharles showMr
Mr KrCharles Charles G Warden treasurer ana anachairman and IUtdchairman andchairman
chairman of the the building committee committeesaid comuittee comuitteesaid committeesaid
said it was was evident that the new struc structure stnreture sIruetune ¬
ture would ou1d have to be erected on 01 their theirpresent theftprc theirpresent
present prc ent site as the figures the property propertyowner propertyowner propertyowner
owner desired for the theroprty j JVOPrty rop > rty sought soughtafter oughtafter sonkhtafter
after were too high The hoard of gov governors govErnors soyernors ¬
ernors will wllLpresent present plans and specifics specifications speciftetions specificstions ¬
tions at the annual meeting meetingof of the dub clwbron dubon clubon
on Apt 8 and it is l expected that steps stepswill tllepswili stepswill
will at once be taken to start the new newimprovements newimrovements newlmnrovexnent
improvements improvementsAs a aAs
As a club the members nwm rs present pre nt guar guaranteed guatant gearanteed ¬
anteed ant d the sale f 1000 tickets and com committees oomm1ttes cornmitteOs ¬
mittees on same sameprogram program decoration decorationand decorationand decorationand
and so forth forthwere were appointed It Is Isevident isevid isevidtnt
evident evid nt that the affair at the theater theaterwill theaterwill theaterwill
will be pushed > u uahed hed to a grand success successThe BUcceSSThe successThe
The question of o a regatta reptta on the Po Potomac Potomac Potomac ¬
tomac was raised and President Doyle Uoyiesaid Doylesaid oyJe oyJesaidempl1aticallT
said saidempl1aticallT emphatically that a larger and nd bet better better better ¬
ter one than that of last year will surely
be held this summer summerFIRSTCLASS summerFIRSTCLASS summerFIRSTCLASS
FIRSTCLASS BOWLING BOWLINGIN
IN TWOMEN TOURNAMENT TOTJRKAMEKTThe TO RRiliENT J JThe I
The twomen tournament on the Pal Palace Palace Palace ¬
ace Alleys last night was productive of offirstclass orfirstclass offirstclass
firstclass bowling Warren and Pear Pearson PearHit Pearson ¬
son son defeated the WhitneyHolt team in inthe inhe intherfirat
the therfirat he first set Parker and Meyers defeat defeated defeated defeated ¬ 1
ed the t WarrenPearson tUO uo in the sec second seeoDd siconel ¬
oDd round rounq at the he pins and in the third thirdset thirdset thirdset
set Parker anti a Meyers woo frem tr m Whit Whittiey Whitney j
ney and Haft Pearson Jl with ilk 255 d held heldhigh heldhigh
high single honors while Warrens 226 226was 226aa 226was
was aa next best The scores scoresFIRST aeoresFIRST scoresFIRST
FIRST SET SETWhitney SETWJl SETWhitney
Whitney WJl tDe J > 199 S ig igHolt 18Holt 112 112IS
Holt I 473 17S 1S21 1S21Totals IS ISotals ISTotals
Totals otals 1 3K 4 4Pcaron m mWarr 364 364Warraa
Warraa Warr II Wv ° i > v h1 368 l 64 64JeartlO 0
Peroii JeartlO vvii5vJ 77 77Tota aS 20f 20fTotals 206Totla
Tota Totals II < ik C i s 4U 4iS 366 366Parker JiGSBOO 366SECOND
SBOO SECOND SET SETParker T
Parker i i g 212 212yers
> vi viMyers
Myers yers y yTotals 1 I ITot = gg ggTotals
Tot Totals la Wi < wUi wUiWatJPea it8 368 368eI 355Warren
Warren WatJPeaPearson 26 26Pearson
Pearson eI i 1 iayy f i iTotals 4 4Total6 1O 1OTotals
Totals iy 7 f fParJwr fi 3i f 398 398trHnm 396TILLRD
trHnm TILLRD Sll Sllr ET ETParker
Parker iV iVMyers j jTotal 188 1881St
j
Myers r iTw > v vTotals < 1St 1St354
Totals TotalsWhitney Total 41 1 3St 3StWhitney 354Whitney
Whitney WhitneyHolt 170 liD liDHolt 170Holt
Holt 190 153 153Totals inTotals
Totals 350 350 223
BROWN llP1iiYN mm HER DEBUTAT OEBUTATGEURGTOYIN DEBUT DEBUTAT
AT ATGEURGTOYIN GEORGETOWN TODAY TODAYProvidence TODAYProyjdence TODAYProvidence
Providence Boys Cross Bats With the theBlue theBlue theBlue
Blue and a Gray Baseball Team TeamAt TeamAt TeamAt
At 4 1 oclock this afternoon the George Georgetown G Georgetown orge orgetoKn ¬
town baseball team will willcross cross bats with witltthe withthe withthe
the strong aggregation from Brown Uni University Umsrslty Universlty ¬
versity of Providence R I This Is Isthe lBthe Inthe
the initial appearance In Washington Washingtonof Wa 1ltngtoia 1ltngtoiaof
of the Brown team and although George Georgetown Qeor QeorI Georgetown ¬
town defeated c efea ed her OB the northern Jl rthern trip tripseveral trip tripseveral tripseverah
I
several years ago Coach Bradley Bradleypects Br dley es esI espacts
pacts a much harder light today tOOJrthan tOOJrthanever than thanever thanever
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ever ever because of the thefaet fact that the Brew JBfewsboy Btowflboys
I boy boys are much stronger r than they were wereat weresIthe
at sIthe the last meetingTbe meetingThe meeting meetingThe
The Brown teaaa tNm 0rn i k working fi It wayNortb way wayNorth
North to t play kghome gu games e6 The play players playera ¬
ers arrived here yesterday from ChfT ChfTlottesrille C CloUefJTiH Ch3voteavthie
lottesrille l Va Rain preVented < the thegame t thegame e
game with the University UnlverUyof of VirgInia VlrgfHlaThe YlrghrtaThe VirgIniaThe
The last game the Providence lads play played p awas playl ¬
ed l was with the University of North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina NorthC
Carolina C rolhia when they completely van vanquished nnqUhthed vanqvishedthe ¬
quished qvishedthe the t h Tar ft heels heelsManager eels eelsManager eeJsManager
Manager Miller and Captain Apperins Apperinswill tppotiuawill
will 11 put hI the best team t the 4hey bey can pos possibly possibly pussibly ¬
sibly rake together today t 1UY The lineup lineupL lineg linegof llneuof
of the team will b be i fowling first firste firsttse
L bse tse e Dorntani Dornntn shortstop Morgan taint taintbase thintbilse tbLidbase
base Apperius catcher ete er Hart H rt right rightfield rfgktlIeld rightfield
field MeGettigaa second eco d basA baadKe ba4 Keane Keanecenter Keanecenter ne necenterfieM
center centerfieM fields field Byrnes Byrnes left field fteufDrm IDrill and aaJPay a aFay andPay
Pay pitchers pitchersThe pitchersThe ltcners
The Brown lineup will wihlbeai iIlOO be as follows followsPattee f61owsP followsPattee
Pattee P tee shortstop Gray Gra eeeoJd eeeoJdClarke seeondJmse seeondJmseClarke econd Jjose JjoseClarke 1
Clarke catcher Mefcalf Mt > tC81f IoU field fleldLynch fieldLynch eld eldLynch
Lynch center fie fieH I Abbott AQrn trjght right field fieldPenley fleldPenley fieldPenley
Penley third > as aEf BeWing BeJdtngflr3t first base baseand baseand baseand
and Hatch pitcher pHcherHERBERT pltcherHERBERT i iHERBERT
HERBERT AND HILL WRESTLED WRESTLE WRESTLAT WRESTLEAT I IAT
AT EMPIRE THEATER TONIGHT TONIGHTGeorge TONIGHTI TONIGHTGeorge I
George G orge Herbert and Claude Hill will willmeet eihLmeet I
meet tonight at the Empire Theater in ina Ina I Ia
a finish wrestling bout for the feather featherweight I Iweight
weight championship of the District DistrictThe DistrictThe I IThe
The exhibition will be pulled off after afterthe afterthe I
the curtain falls ads on the regular raga per performance performance ¬
formance The boys will take the mat matfor matCor matfor
for a purse of 350 50 catchascatelicmi catchascatelicmistyle c cittcbagcatchewtstyle I
style best two out of three falls Her Herbert Herbert
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FIGHT AGAINST THE NEW NEWYORK NEYIYORK
YORK GROUNDS STILL ON ONPreaiieBt UtIPresident
President Canter CAJrt r Gives Both sides a aWeak aWeek aWeek
Week in WWcli W to t Submit Powers PowersNEW PrpeTSNBW PnpersNEW
NEW YORK April APTIlLTh JTh JThthe 1 ing ng 1 1the othe
the property PIO rty owners in i n th thi hr t < p1 J C Chving 7 7ha
i having ha streets em cu through throughTo h OIh j Ne NeYork 0 0YOtk
To York American Lague L llUe < Ito Itogrounds n lts ltsgrounds > i iu iurO
grounds ds cam 1 p yesterday yesterdayWaettngien esfe da 1 1W 1 1Waeblngten
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