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I 8 THE WASHMGKEOK W SHl1 GTON TIMES I HATUR 8AIFUKDAX TURDAY AY FEBRUARY 25 190a 19O
ICOMMEN1 I COMMENT BOWLING OWLIN QWING C r PACING F JCING Al
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Big Georgetown G orgeiown Meet
Takes T Ta akes kes Place P aceTotti Tonight ht
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Stars Entered From Most Prominent Eastern
Urfiversities Un iversitiesRelay Relay Races Raceslmportant Important Fea ¬
tures t luresBlue resBlo Blue and an Gray vs Tigers
At 730 2300 oclock clo ckthiscven this evening n the start starterg ¬
ers erg pistol 1J psto olwlU will send the first field p of o1 t
sprinters sprInt sprIntersdthvn rsd down wn the fiftyyard 1i ty ard stretch at
Convention Conve tion Sail Hal1and and thesecnth the seventh annuat I
Georgetown Geor ge toun indoor 1 n d O 0 ra athletic t hICttc carnival car n 1Val W will nI
be bean on
For months Manager Graham Assist ¬ 1
ant Manager Brennon and a large 1arg corps
of 6assistants assistants have been working worltlngassidu asaidu
pusly uslyor lor the the meet and the present indi ¬
cations are that success will crown their
efforts for judging from the entries the
affa ir will be one on pf ot the theI1lostsuccessful most successful
over evct held Under the auspices of the Blue Blu e
and l 1dGra Gray
Prominent Visitors
Yale Princeton Pennsylvania erinsy vanla Colum
bia an and d numbers of pther colleges
schools s hoolslllldclUbs and c clubs lubs will have havepnrticipatits participants
4rt 3 the th games and nearly every everyeveiIt event on
the the program has a star of the first mag
j idtude entered cntercdwhile while the thequot1ofYash quota of Wash
Ihgton ingtonathletes athletes is larger than ever be ¬
fore
Relay It lay races races will be the distinctive f lea ea
turie ture First in n the matter of attractive
liess 1 1ss fless ss will 11 come the ban banderrac here herrace rac j of the
eVening between Princeton an a nd d George
town town This Thswillbet will be the the e1 first rst appearance
of the sons sonso of Nassau N ssau on a Southern
tr track tra ckandalarge k 1 and a large delegation of resident
alumnlw1l1 alumni will be on hand The victory pf ot
the Blue and Gray < t y team t team am at rit New llcW York Yor k
on on Tuesday esday caused caus d the Georgetown un un ¬
dergraduates d rgraduate to place great sreatconfidencG confidence
3ri their eirmen men
Cornell C rnelland and Columbia Co uml > ia the arch rivals
of New New York york wlll il1 clash claJ3h lash In inthe the relays
just previous P revlotls to the th Georgetown GeorgetownPrince nPrince Prince
ton eyent event Both the Ithacans and Goth
Jarnltes amiteshav6f have formidable r mldable quartets qUart ts this
year year Eear and an d apiong anong l1no ngthecoltitnb the Columbia iarunpc runners rs is
iletzenthlh M tzenth1n the thefamQPs famQiuis quarterbaclc qliaiterb k
George G or Washingtpn Yas ingtpn will ma make tn ke its ad
vet vent t as an aspirant for field field and track
honors and in In the relay will be pitted
against Western WesternJlaryland Maryland Last fall
theMarylanders the Marylanders were the only onlyplaers players
with V ththe the exception of Georgetown brgetown to
defeatthe defeat the Buff and Blue on on the gridiron
land n tnd dtonIghtwil1be tonight will be Washingtons oppor ¬
tunity to get back
Among Among the theothEr other relaysot relays of especial in ¬
terest t c trest rest to Washingtonians Vas ingtonians will be Dum
batton barton Club vs Potomac 1 otomac Boat Club
Georgetown Law LaWYs vs Maryland AthIe
tics > Baltimore Tech Techys vs Western Vr estern High
Georgetown rg townPrep Prep vs vs Tome Central
High ig1 ys s Baltimore B3ltimor City College
> Theorder Tti The order of events for the meet fol ¬
lows
Fifty yards ards1l0vic novice heats 50 yards
handicaps heats heats 50 5Oyarig yards scholastic
Cheats he 600 yards novice novice heats 50 yards
I IBOWUNGSTANDlNGS IBOWLING BOWUNGSTANDlNGS STANDINGS I
DEPARTMENTAL EPARTMENTALLEAGUn LEAGUE
Won Lost Pet
Bureau 49 21 700
Interior Int nor i 42 4221 21 667
Commissioners ConimJSsioners 43 23 0 652
Navy N VY Yard 39 30 1 60
G GPO PO P O 38 3 33 5 D 522
Agriculture 35 34 507
Postpffice Postofiice 30 36 453
Treasury Tr rreasu ury 28 28 41 41 406
c Commerce and ancILabor21 antiLabor labor 21 45 5 3 318 s 8
War 03 13 53 187
DISTRICT LEAGUE
Won Lost Pet
Baengerbund d du u 37 31 771
Acme A me i 34 14703 14 70S
3Ta Fat tM M Men entw Iiio c 30 15 r 667
Market Maxket House 23 25 479
J No North orth Capitol e p tol tolr viVvA r > 10 29 256
florists 5 40 n ill 111
REAL ESTATE LEAGUE
Won W n Lost LostPct Pet
Columbia 45 11 804
Wisher F1Bh f 44 12 7S 786
LawY Lawyers 3 wyera rs 28 29 4 4111 9 1
District I 22 35 S8S
Assessors 23 34 401 40 i
Surveyors 9 48 158
ARCANUM LEAGUE I JAGUE
Won Lost Pet
Oriental i 19 8 704 t
Kismet IDsmet2O M 20 13 606
INatlonal at1ona1 19 14 543
Capital CapIta1M i M 15 15 15500 i EOC
District 41 16 407
Ouray > 6 24 200
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POSTOFETCE 1 OSTOFFICELEAGUE LEAGUE
Won Lost Pet
Station B 25 10 714
Delivery c 26 10 722
Registry 22 14 4 611
Hailing 17 19 472 472
Miscellaneous 10 20 333
Station StatlonG G 5 SI 139
PLATE PLoTEPRThcTERS PRINTERS LEAGUE
Won WonLostPct T Ti Lost i ost Pet
Philadelphia Phtl delphia Mu > 2s C 848
New York Yc > rk 16 14 533
Chicago i 14 4 481 81
fit StLouisle Louis 16 20 444
Boston 14 19 424
Washington W 9 24 273
RAILWAY LEAGUE
Won Lost Pet
Mechanical M hanical 30 9 769
Eastern 24 i 727
3loadway 28 s 11 716 g
Columbia 21 j 15 j ss
General Office Otflce14 14 19 424
Southern 15 21 417
Lighting Company 16 23 ii 410
ifortheastern No theastern 3 21
Northern 6 iii i i 200
T TDOWN L DOWN THE ALLEYS t
Some of the teams are already gettln
weak in the knees ees and last night in th <
Real Estate tate league the District
iad badonJy Only two men men
In the opening openinggame game the
rolled rolIedexcepUonalIy exceptionally well and made 922 922
Jh the last two the winning quint
indifferently
In IntheArcanumLeagueBaum the Arcanum League Baum lee
both bQthtn In high score and in general aver
age National won two games
Kismet Kismet
Northwestern Northw stern quint dropped dropr d
straight games games to the Roadway team I
the Railway League The three bcs
scores were were made m de by Staub whoso 21
Was was high mark
The special Washingtons Blrthda
tournament at the t1ePaIacoalleY8 Palace alleys wa
won by Baum of the Royal
X League ague with ODonnell of the
League second Most of the scores o
the thequaUfing qualifying men were highly credit
able
Tonights schedule Departmental
Postofflce vs Navy Pate Printers
New York vs Chicago
Nothing to year
The question que sttonOf of Injurious in jUriOu S
in medicines which h8 been agItatfri
the e minds of otmany many people does not con ¬
cern those who use Chamberlains
Cough Remedy Mothers need have ha ve
hesitancy in continuing to give It
their little ones as if it contains abso ¬
lutely nothing Injurious This leni d
15110t 3s not not only perfectly safe to f o give gLv smal
children but bpt1s Is a a medicine of gt ea
worth and merit It has a world
Deputation reputammforits for its Cu cures res of coughs cOU hS cblde c
and croup rO4pan and d can always be relied upon
lor Rptale or sale by all Druggists
novice finals 50 yards hurdle heats 1e ats ts
Relay races racesJ1nior Junior teams eams Y YM M C A
Carroll Institute Georgetown Prep
School Central High School Schoolfreshmert freshman
intermediate teams Belmont A A C
Metropolitan 1IetropolftanA A C Iroquois IroquolsA A C
Kensington K > nsington A C freshman teams
Georgetown frtshmen vs George Wash ¬
ington in gto n freshman freshman60 BQ yards scholastic
Hnlls50 finals 50 yards invitation COO GOOyards yards
noVice noyce finals 50 yards ard5hnndicap han handicap dicap finals
50 yards hurdle finals 440 yards
scholastic heats Relay races racesCarrnU Carroll
Institute B O A C Ontario A AC C
Georgetown Gc rgetowllInterdtl5 iinterclass Marston 1l rst o tnt Vni ¬
versity eN1t School Scho l vs Boys Latin LaUnSch School ol
Maryland nryland A ACvs C vs Georgetown Georg town Law
School Potomac Boat Club ClubvsDum vs Dun D m i iT T
Barton 1arton nrton 440 yards handicap handl ap heats 1
mile run 880 SSOr yards r ards collegiate Relay R lI1Y
races raceslit St t Johns College vs University
of Maryland Delchman School SchoolBalll Balti ¬
more Polytechnic SchoolVeste School Western n High
School Jacob TacobTome Tome Institute vs vgGeorge George ¬
town Prep School Schooll40 440 yards a rds handicap
finals 140 yards oart1s scholastic finals Re Re ¬
lay la races racesCentral Central High School TTS VsB Bal l ¬
timore City College George Gcor e Washington
University Fniverityvs Vs vs Western VE tern Maryland Col ¬
lege Columbia vs Cornell Georgetown
vs vsPrinceton Ys Princeton High igh jump uJl1P shot hotpm put
Tlie Th The tinlca1s e jflcf tinlc tinlcT T 1s a1s
vThe The 1iefun full list of ofofiiclals officials Referee Doe D c
tot tOli toti i Grant A AA A U Judges at the finis finish h
S L Owens Ow and B J JWefers Wef Wefers ers George eorge ¬
town Theo Strauss StraussA A A A U J J H
Doyle Potomac otom c 1 Boat oat Club ClubandHarry and Harry
Cu Cullen llen the Post
Timers TimersC C R Happone Georgetown Georseto ri
J P Baer A A U 0 and W WC C Bryan
George Washington
Field judges judgesTM judgesJ J M Stlnemetz StinemlatzC C E
Beckett T YM M C A W P PBowie Bowie E J
Born Borne Yale and Charles Cha rles E Hammett
Clerk of the course courseB B B pstheus st11eus
assistant clerks of the course eourseI J A Dev
lln town r 1906 l906and and F T Hayes 1906 George ¬
Starter Stnr StnrterJ ErTJ X J McHugh Boston Athletic
Association
Announcer AnnouncerA A J Rorke Georgetown
Scorers Scorershr M J Gelpi 1905 1905IL H S SLusk Lush
1907 1306 g Frank Foy 1oy 1907 and J TB B Bocock
Insp Inspectors InspectorsDr ctors Dr pr S S SAdanis Adams George ¬
town Thomas Kirby jr 190o 190 E J
Walsh and AndJA J A OShea Georgetown n
Custodians of Prlezs PrIezsTohn John Parrott > arrott
I 19C2 l90 fOa E V Obllnger 1905 19 5 E S SMonahan Monahan M nahan
3905 g J E > Moran Mor an 1906 1L M R Pllaboney P Mahoney l
1900 19
Mars farsh Marshal3 halJ lJ p Given Georgetown
Assistant sist nt MarshalsS A A Apperious
Georgetown J A Hart Hart 1905 J M Mon ¬
ahan 1906 and Thomas ThomasJ J ONeill 1908
1 1BOWLING I BOWLING SCORES T I
REAL ESTATE LEAGUE
Lawyers fy fyers ers 1st 2d 2d 3d
Maedel 191 137 131198 19S
Packard 184 155 143
VIerbuchen > 134 135 135145 145
Bishop 215 150 14S
Bauman ia 193 198157 157 132
Totals 922 rn7 734 33 705
District 1st 2d 3d
Williams 127 161 159
Dryden 174 165 163
Totals 30 SOI 326 323 323
ROYAL ARCANUM AR ANUr r LEAGUE
Kismet Kismet 1s h t t 2d 2d 2iL 3d 3
Hoffman M 196 200 165
Harrlson 150 149 195
Wm Williams llJs llJsh h 200 155 161
X Xr Ludwig r udwig 202 151 176
Crist rist 158 158143 143 188
Totals 9o i 798 98 iT ssg
National 1st 1st 2d 3d
Becksteln i 182 148 18 185
Mitchell 154 156 188
Baum 211 ii 191 191181 i
Seitz 131 186 16 169
De To 169 203 23 T 190
Totals 847 Iss SS l i 913 ij
RAILWAY RELIEF ASSOCIATION
Roadway 1st 2d 3d
Staub i 201 179 l 139
Rivers M 142 163 11 112
NIedfeldt w h 142 141 13 130
Herbert 145 156 14 145
OConnell M 144 144139 139 1 153
Totals 774 783 72l 720
Northeastern 1st 2d 3d
Skinner 176 184 184147 147
Ryan 131 111 117
Wayrnlre W 133 113 i 140 <
Herndon > o M u Mr < M 85 119 li 126
Freeman M h 93 83 12 124
Totals 623 610 654
PALACE TOURNEY
1st 2d 3d 3d TIs
Voight 19 184 191 57 574
OConnor 164 196 174 53 34
De Yo 193 159 179 Ks 5i1
Handy 387 81 389 89 200 57 576
Baum 234 201 186 62 621
McAloon 138 151 164 4S 453
Crist 178 199 156 5 533
Roesch 181 81 165 171 51 517
ODonnell 205 185 133 5s 588
Dr Ricker 177 153 145 4 475
Plutch 169 69 173 223 5C 565
Talbert Talbert191 191 162 62 167 52
JOHN W1LLE OUT WITH WI WIT T H
DEFi TO
CHICAGO Feb Feb25JohnWilUe 25 25John John Willie th <
lusty German ermanfighter fighter with 5000 to bac
him Is camping hot on on the trail b
Ruby Robert ITltzsimmons and offer
to fight him at any time or place for th <
55000 5 JO or any part of it it or as much
as the Cornishman cares cares to put up u
Wllle Is especially angry over the state s tate ¬
mont m nt credited to IFItzsImmons who de ¬
dined to fight Wllle he claimed be
I cause he hedId did not notwan want tto to be prose
for murder All the Dutch In Wille i
coming to the surface and he allows h
can make Fitzsimmons climb a tree
short notice Andy AndyCralgwho Craig who Is back
Ing IngWllle Wllle says there will 111 be all th
money Fitz can cover and agrees to de ¬
posit the thet5000 55000 000 at once
MARSHALL DEFEATED
JANOWSKI AT
PARIS Feb 25 25Frankr 25Frank Frank J
won the thirteenth game of his
match matehwlth with Ii I JanowskI here
on the seventieth move after nine hour
of exciting cItlng play The score now stands
Marsnall 6 JanowskI 4 drawn 3
ARIZONA FOR STAGG
CHICAGO Feb 25 25Coach Coach Stagg o
the University of o f Chicago has
WPre word i OJ1l1 OJ1l1al al alter ter Camp that the J meet ne et
I in n t f ftb tns tli Wty363 lles committee commlttee had bee b
P0 P0poriea P o tri triorcd poriea orcd t fosevera1 for 0 severa several I weeks W eeks and as j
reariit resY res1tthe ftctbcmOon the to mt llOOfl froon coach will leave fo
r Arizona in InLL o a few days
The reports about a game
Pennsylvania P nns Jva113and and Princeton Prlncetonnext next
I IWill will Will not die Because of a number
meetings lately between Bill Edwards
Of orPrincet Princeton n and ane different members o
Penns coaching coachingstaff staff
believe that thtta a resumption res mption may be ex
peeled shortly
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I Personal Pe sonal Comment on Men and
Things m in inthe the Field of Sports
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BASEB BASEBALL LL
When Wh n John T Tohn ohn hn Ganzel purchased the
Grand GrandJtapids ORapids franchise yesterday it
settled the question as to whether or
not the big b g first baseman b Sem n wIll wUlpla1 play
with wItlL the STew NewYork o York Amer Americans ansnextsea next sea ¬
son on Even with Ganzel gone gon the
Yankees will not notbehard1pfora be hard up for a
guardian of the initial bag bagasJohn as John An
demon dersonwill will fit In nI nicely ely
1 Fifty candIdates for the Lehigh base ¬
ball team are working wor ltingdaIlf daily in i the theunI uni ¬
versity gymnasium gymn lum under the direc
i tlon of f Captain CU > tafuSl1ylor Baylor
All All hope hope for Pitcher Pltch rEd Ed Doheny ever ever
recovering his reason reason has been aban
doned The unfortunate twIrler fs Is in
the Danver Mass Insslslurri asylum and Is un un ¬
able to recognize even Coven his brothers
In Alaska an effort effort Is sbeing being made ritade to
organize a baseball basfb l1 l league eSpInetimes Spmetlmes
the games on the Yukon attract attract3S as
many as 5000 spectators Tha games
are called at S p m and often last
until after midnight
Christy C rlst Mathewson the > New New York
National pitcher is is contemplating
plunging Into ntothe the Iftera literary rf arena arid an d
writing aDOOk a book on baseball
President J Hart will wnfspend15QOOQn spend S15QOO on
Improvements improveme nts on n the Chic Chicago go Nationals aUonals is
park par l 1t It looks 1 00 kS as though th tho OUgh the National Nation al
I League Leagueis Is in Chicago o to stay
In the schedule issued by py y the ATier A ner
ican lcanLeagu League Leagt ia Is Is the noHceHome notice Home capi api ¬
tal controls every club In this thiscir circuit uitr
Some of the th National League players
hav have already al e dyregistered regis registered tered objections to t
playing playlngwlth with or against the theJap lap who
has been beEnslgned signed by McGraw lIcGrawasautllity as a utility
man for the New York Nationals for
next next season They TheyseeIn seem to tobeUeve believe that
the foxy Gotham manager m an ger will keep keepth the
Jap after the club has once oncem made dethe the
circuit circullandthe and the Importation has served serv d
his W purpose PW sa of an an attraction
13oxnGAND BOXING AND AI WRESTLING
If Jim Jeffries does Alexanders
trick and andTe retires tltes because there is no
more morewarJds worlds to conquer to whom will
the belt go
Nobody would mind contributing to a a
benefit for John L LSuIUvan 1 Sullivan if the old
man would only stay benefited benefltcdHek Hek
in Chicago Tribune
Sunday fights l1ghtshave have been stopped In St
Louis Local sports would consider
themselves lucky luck If they could pull o ff
one or two occasionally even though
they might have to travel to a barn In In
the outskirts in a seagoing hack
After AtterD a controversy lasting lasUn < several
months Emil Bec Beckiof Beck k of Camden and
Benny Flnnlck Nnnlclt of Baltimore haye l1avebeen have been
matched to towresUe wrestle The Thecon contest st will
take place at the Third Regiment Reglm ntAr Ar ¬
mory Camden on March 7 according
to tothe the articles of agreement which were
signed yesterday
I IViU will not fight John JohnL 1 1L L Sullivan SulUvan but
will play him a game g8lJ1 of croquet for
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re reduce cehis his weight to 295 295poundssay pounds says
Jim Cprbett CorbettSull1vtm Sullivans s challenge
must be regarded as a joke as I really
consider him in the croquet rquetclass class
jan Dan McLeod In his hisd day yregardcd regarded as
one of t the best bestwrestlersof wrestlers of his weight j
and former holder of this theworlascha worlds chani tn j
plonship ponShiPi has Issued is u gachallenge a challenge to mee meet
either I Jim i m Parr or Frank Gotch some
time tIfu next month
COLLEGE ATHLETICS
Washington Vas ingtonancl and Jefferson has severed
all athletic athle tIc connections with Penn
State The two twocol1ege colleges have been on
the verge v rge of a a break br ak for some time
I The Minnesota M nnesotabasketbal1 basketball players have
I Ireturned returned home and ndthey they say that hatthla the
i West cannot compare with the East
when whenitcom it comes s tdrough to rough tactics in the
I games The Gophers feel that they
j eCelved especially especi llv raw treatment treatment when
they played Dartmouth
I The T ± e alumni unmi of the tl1eCentral Central High HighSchQol School
I of Philadelphia are to build an athletic
I field for the use of the schools teams
I In advertising a dvertiSin g the VanderbiltMicht NT T and e bilt1 rIChi
gun game gam for next fall fallsQmeof some of the th
I western Westernwriters writers have spoken spokmof of Vander Yan er
but biltasthe as the leading leadlnggrldi170nteam gridiron team of of the
I South EO1thrhey They have haveevidentIynot evidently not heard
of O a allttIe little Blue and Gray institution lIstitutlon on
I the heights
I RACING
Here is a a1fst list of some someo ot th thei American
jockeys who will ride in England En g gan an d
France Fran e Austria Austria and Germany this
year D Maher J H H Martin M rUn J >
Ransch WInnIe OConnor S s Dic DIck k
son Nash and Lee Turner T rner Cash
Sloan B B Rigby RlgbyQ Q Duffy Russell Rus el1
Garrlgan Hayes Waugh T augh James Jones
N Hill Kelly H Shieldsand Shields and Chanler
Eugene Flschoff > whose whsehQrse horse Dando
lo won the richest steeplechase in the
world last June at Auteuil AuteuilFrance France a
race race worth 821000 27000 in all H has received a a
cablegram Informing info nnlng him of the victory
of hisfouryearold his fouryearold gelding Voltaire Vo1talrein In
the lOOOOf Prix PrlxKeIjInat Kerym at Auteuil yes ¬
terday This is the fourth consecutive
race won by Voltaire who is consider ¬
ed one of the best fouryearolds in
France Mr Flschoffs stable of racers
is trained by Wallace Davis an anAmer Amer ¬
ican who accompanied Duke Dute Wish
ard to England several se veralye years years rsago ago
King Edward VII whosesteepleehas whoso steeplechas ¬
er Ambush II dropped droppeddend dead a few f wdays days
ago in Ireland purchased from Spencer
Gollan the Australian steeplechaser
Molfac who whoia is now first firatavorlte favorite for
the Grand National Steeplechase to be
I run at a Liverpool on Friday March 31 3L
It has been reported that thatLonnle Lonnie Clay ¬
ton the famous negro rider will go to
the Memphis emphlstrack track within a few days
to begin tho preliminary work of train
Ing for the coming cornIn season
Tod Sloan has not made a very far
orable orable impression Impresslonsinco since he returned to
thcsad the saddle leat at the New Orleans track It
Is said that he has modified modiftedhis his s style tyle
and that he no longer humps as he
was accustomed to do In the olden da das ys
The Westchester Racing Association
has made known a a list 1Istofthe of the stakes
which usually close c o8e about this time of
the year The most Important of
course is the Metropolitan Handicap I
at one mile with 10000 added This is
the first year that this famous tamousstake stake
will be raced elsewhere than at Morris
I Park TOM ROLAND
1ILET1C5 i L BOXfNj
Wrestling and Boxing B xine
Comment and Goss Gossip ip
Easily Threw Jim Parr ParrTwicejnan Twice fnvan in an
Hour HourAtteUsBarred HourAttells Attells Barred for forfakingWho Faking F9KingWhQ Who
Is Managing ManagingCorrigan7 Corrigan C rrigan
Prank Got Gptch < lIin in New York Ia last tnight night
demonstrated demc > nstratedl1i his wonderful abil
ty as a wrestler V est1er by throwing throw ing 3 JIm im parr
he English heayyw heavyweight lght c ciu champion mpion in
6 minu minutes es and Kt lsec seconds ci dsand and 19 min
and 23 sec seconds onds nds
New York has hasnotcaredmu not care carOd d much h for
for several years d drfJ rfJ because bec me p of
he fakers who pnd had queered the game g m
> ut Gotch has a ar reputatlca putat1cn for Hubsllut absolute
In all his hismatchesanclthe hismatchesanclthel matches and the l I
Jotham sports loosened up to SC see sod him l1lm
ieh le had a d contractedi cont r ctedto to throw th rn VI Parr P arrtWI twice twhi
n an anhourand hour and there was considerable copsidera i ie e j
on the proposition Parr was w as
mown as a clever cle erandsk11lflll and skillful wrestler wrestIer
whose best tric trigk k was Yor wriggling ggun Erout out of l
places an and d for that thalreaonhe reason he was v s
> to stall stallGQtch Gptch off offfor for the te hour J Ji i
As Assoona soon as the men en appeared app ar d on the
the New Yorkers realized ienlizedthat that they they
lad un underestimated d the the thent nimbleness nt mblen essand and
of Gptch Gptchtnjorming In forming their opin
ons of the thCoffensIve offensive ability bU1tyofrarr of P Parr arr The
American champion hnmplonshQwed showed thithew that he was
is agile and scientific en UficnSl1ls as his opponent oppbne J t
ind handled ghls his ISO pounds like a a light
The Th first fall was 1lsgalncdwith gained with I
t bar hold h 1dar and ll the thesecQnd second with Witha with a crotch cr teh
Gotch bto 10 to meet meetroo Joe Gran t tLt at the
ashinston Light Infantry Armory Arm ryto tp
Ught and has agreed to throw throw GrantI Grant I
times tlmi s in an hour It It wiUbe will be the
visit p1 of thechamplon the champion to this city
and his appearance is arousing ar Usln g great
lterest among a mongall all thelovers the lovers of the th e eJ J
ii > 6rt
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After throwing Parr last night Gotch
annOunced cd that he would woulliostlck stick to wres wr es
Ilng for the present but bu that tha after tErhe he
tad cleaned up all ll the t the 1emat mat artists
worthy of his atten attention ttentlonhc tion he would wouldprou prob ¬
a bly go In for boxing with an idea
if challenging Jeffries for the heavy
title The announcement was
with applause whereupon
Meth k selah Tom Sharkey climbed cllub d
the ropes ropesand and challenged him
o either eitherpox box or IrwrcsUeG wrestle Gptch ltchsalg < said he
give the matter much earnest
Gotchs quickness quIcKness and
With both l1anclsandeethave hands and feet have
his ppsalbllitles p Js3ibiUUesas as a a boxer to o be
more seriously serlouslythanthey than they
at one time and If Iehe he should go
ri for a a few sixround bouts In Phila
delphia le lphia phla and get getaway away with them there
be a chance for him to todp do some
in h the way of bfgoing going against Jefr Jef
fries
The Th preliminary to the Gotc GotchGrant hGrant
match tonight between Tack Jack Spaulding
and 4id Walter WnIte Gallagher should be inter
e5tlngTh eating sting The struggle for supremacy supre acy be
tween ween the 125pound boys is becoming
letter bettera1L all the time
Abe and an d JtonteAttell onto Attell it it is said saidhave have
eeh barr barPaci 4 from from boxing dt1g before the Boa ¬
on clubs because ecauseof of the thefight fight on Wed
n nIght ig ht before the Chelsea Ch lsen Clu Club b
h w whtch hich 1 Abe and Kid Goodman went Weht
rounds to ton a draw Attell put ut
iointed Goodman iodman thrpugfemt and andelear clear
y earned enrnedthedeclsipn the decision but the fight was as
klled a draw The spectators were uir m in
MARQUETTE LEAGUE
IS REORGANIZED
Same Club as Last Season 1
Will Play This Year
TRINITY TRINitY PENNANT WINNER
Committee Appointed to Draw Up
Schedule for Next Summer SunimerSt St
Martins Roster Announced
The Marquette Baseball League met
at Carroll Ca rroll Institute Ins Ututelastnlghttocon last night to con
sider plans I lansof of reorganization i
It was decider to mairitalnthe maintain the same
roster as last year year and an d a a committee
was wasappointed appointed to 10 draw up a schedule for
next season One of oftb9feat the features res was
formal ormaldeclara declaration n of Trinity Trinityot of George ¬
town as winner of the pennant for last
year
Looking for Players
At present all the teams in the the league
are arecas casting ing about for new players to
strengthen the respective nines but It
will be next month before beforeall all the lists
of players who will be used usedwHl will be
ready for publication
The one team in the league which has
completed its roster is laSt St Martins Club
which will depend upon the following
players Gallagher Waple Howell Bp B
navlres Roche Gerar Gerardi di dlRoache Roache Coz
zens zensPayne Payne Walsh Waldron ValdronSheatter Sheaffer I
W Gallagher Nau Hllleary with John oh
F Luitlch as manager
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I i healthiest and most wholesome wh lesome of beverages 1i
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I IPhone Phone West 34 for a Case J I
t ee9 t sssu i is I 4
0 cc 00 L c 9 l L J < 0 <
lignnri t and nd loudly jeered ihe the decis dec decision lSfn ion
claimed ed that there was a secret
b between tween tweenc c the thcmel1th men thht t to o the
ight should hould be bea eadrawit a draw if both b thwercon were on
feet eLat at the end ndof o of the fit fifte teen tl
rounds
This is the secpnd second club from rotn which
the Au Attells Us have been bcenbarred barred They
were ep put putput t9utpf put of the th thqWest West End J1 d Club of o
St Louis uj pecause because Qf QfJ of J a frame r mE up Jtpotal of al ¬
most exactly ex Uy the thesamesot same sort between betw m
Monte ont Atie A ten ll Jtnd xdrohnny nd johnny Reagan Reag n Mont
itteJl claimed t1 t1edthitl edthitl that r he hemade made the secret
igree igreemeftt r meftt rhe titbeeatisi < be Because 9 s he was too tOQill Ill to dp 1
et s justice JUstIc but did not wantt want to dis
pQltlt the spectators spe totors by Jjyr refusing fusingto to
In these days aYB when the fighting fIghtIngg game Ile
is being behig5tranl strangled d by fakers fak s and andsurf sure >
men men an anexamplesllOuld example should be made
boys pi of the tJ1eAttel1fypeand Attell type and th they
should 1101i1d not be allowed to appear before ellQ
reputable clubs It is a npity pity top for
Abe js jSon one of the fastest stest and cleverest
in il the t ring rlrigaml rin and Monte M iseJsl also a
man I 4 <
Who Is sth the manager manaerofPatsy of Patsy Corri Corn orrI
tri Pat OConnor OConn Qr loo looks ks wls wise and
McCarthy at thf talks talksw wisely fseIYwhIJeiW9 while two
> r tlire three others pther seem 3 en 5et toht to have e some m sprt rt
f atsay Sa in the imf matter er VThen Vhen hen the t epo6 prpb
em is ipJved Corrigan CQnJganwtllprobahl wlll probably
> e hisitchea ipatch cll ed dF with ith h Tammy 1 mmy 1VafdRistiu Ward Ristip
Llephardsprotege protege
It appears Plje r that the th fight fightlnwhlcJ1 In which
Lowe knoc knocked ked out Corrigan Was
i unique way of fsetIing settling a a dispute he lJe
n the Q QCpnnpr OConnor onnor brothers brotbersJ Pat > at and ari d
r They Tbeygot got to toja jawing ingaboutlh a about bout their lr
tlychmtiesas abilities as judges jl dges o ofighters of fighters
managers and instead nsteadof of coming ori1lt1g tp t i
them themselves < elvesarranged arranged the the fight
rohnny y jvort cnwhet1 dn when Corrigan went W I1t to
pandall and a all il IsagaIn5er is again serene ne
Kid H Hennlng rining who whohas has recovered TecoVeredfrom from from
ils recent r recentillr entjllness jllness iess Is after a a matc match matchand at h arid d
nay go on with With either War WardorGorri Ward d or Corn
ganin gan an in the near future A good ood fight
or him would wo uld be with Eddie EddfeLutzof Lutz of
the he Arsenal Arz naland and such Jt camatch match will
irp bably be arranged
That Thatm match 1Cq on t1 Wednes Weitn Wednesday day night In
hlch Mystery I tery Brown B1ownthrew threw Harvey
Tyrell Cyre yrell il twice was one of the bes best t seen
In n Washington for many manyay dayslnd days and both
boy boys jpva deserve d ervecreditJjrowji credit Brpwjl Browit wpnl1e won her b
cause c tuse he h was was3sstrong as strong as Tyrell Tyrelland and
fad hadrnore more science Thedefeatpid The defeat did the
man m an no no harm rm In any anywa way In
fact act it not only taught him a a a lesson
but nit quite a pn number ri1beroftr of tr tricks icks about a out the
game The Thep peculiar u1i r chin 10 lock k by
which which Br Brown wngalnedthe gained the first fall fall was
a L surprise to Tyrrell T rre11aswer as were several
other holds l1 lds wh which chhe he Is inowstullying now studying
More Mor e matches of that thatsort sort will go far f r
t tOward wardputting putting th the game on a a basis sls ot
permanent prosperity In Washington
Jim JitrlJCffpr Jeffords ds should slwuldgeta get geta a job jobasa1TIQ as anip a mo
torma orma h norsand or sand shoveler shoye r or something
i f that sort He 1 never nev neir r was wasa a fighter fighter
md itIsg it it Is getting ttIngmm money y under false pre
enses to put puthimon him oh on
How is It it Young p Peter ter Jackson is not no t
much nowadays nOw days If If Jack ck
BrIen is ishu hungering ngering fdra foraniatch match with iitb a
gppdman mar Peters P ters address in Bal
imOre timorei Is easily easIlyobtaIQable obtainable
MONROE THROWN
BY DWYER AT AT ATLANTA ATLANTA
ALANTA AL J TA Ga Feb poeb25MJ 25 25M M J 3 Dwy
er of this city defeated defeateel d Jack Monroe ron roe
in a catchascatchcan wrestling wrestling
match matchat at the th Atlanta AtlantaAthletic Athletic Club
last night Monroe won the first fall faUi
Dwyer the last two
LOFTUS NOT AFTER
KANSAS CITY CLU CLUB 1
MILWAUKEE WIs Feb 25
Thomas Lof Lo Loftus ftus tus former manager manager o of the
Washington American League Lea gue baseball
team who whowasrepotled was reported t01 to be > e negotiat t ¬
ing for the Kansas City American As AS4 ¬
sociation sociaUonteamdeniedtod team denied today Y that he
expected to buy the team
WILLIE WILLIEBEATALg BEAT ALEX
FOR CHAMPIONSHIP
MEXICO CITY ITY Feb 25 25In In Il the thGg gol golf 1f
tournament t yesterday Willie Wm e8mith e8mithwith Smith with
157 defeated defeat d Alex Smith with lGOthus 160 thus
securing se uring thetitleofpro the title of professional ss lonal golf
champion of Mexico
In the semifinals of the semlamateu
class Fred Pettit Pettitand and Dewitt D ewitt H Hammond amm Onc
will struggle for the th c championship ham hainpIonshipir pionship ii
the finals finwstomorrow tomorrow Gilbert won wonthE th <
consolation consolationmatchforprotesslonals match for prof professionals essipnals wit witt
76 defeating Willie WllUeAnderson Anderson by on pm one
stroke
BOWEL BOWELPo OWELPOISOf poisoi is i
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Thousands Tho san of of Mea Menald Ien and Women
Poisoned Po Poisonedand son dan acflDont and Dont Know It It
HOW TO T FIND F ND OUT UT
Bowel poison means rneansbtoootafntcdby blood tainted by b Jo fool t1l
secretions absorbed from tromthebQwcJs the fh bowels Haze II > re
are the symptoms
If your ypurskin skin isisfigred is disfigured bY eruptions rnptiol1 hu
moriv more pimples f blotches sores soreJorcczc or eczema m if l
Con itchand Itch and burn a and lJd yonrskiI your skin fs scaly nd
rou rOWlj a j it you feel fce tired tllCdand and worn wOrnout wo out outour 4 > Jo bur 1X
I nerves Weak weak cak constipated nstlpa d cross ss and depressed j
ityour RYourhead if your jiead head feels heavy heaYand and aching ac11inAyourcycs your eyes
I blurand b lnrandSpec specKs S float flO at across Sym joBrTisipn rTiS ion if ifyo you 11
I hare ba V cold feet and andyonr your hands hand handctscatysqd get ctscatysqd sweaty sweatyqd i id d
I I sticky s Stickyif i kYifyonbav if yon have these danger signals si signalatbey gnl1 J they tbe
I point WIDtunemngty unerringly to tohowel bowel poison p lBOnlltlpnre impure
blood and andsbOV show that thatyonr your stomach stollUchIivcrand liver an and d
I bowels bowetsarenotworldngtight b0Wlgar are not networking working right
Smiths tniths Pineapple Pfneappteand and ant i Butternut Pills are
what you must musthae hare to make ma yonc yon pnt bowels
I Iright ri right ght they wi wUlren1vetbe will willremove ll remove the impurities im poPtics front
your blood l Qd by y toning topiugup up p the liver li hirerand and bowels
I so that thattlteYWill thatthey they will perform > their theIrfunct functions ons natn t ntlIc
raU raliy an9reAutlrlY and regularly They TbeycIeameandinyigo cIeameandinyigo cleanse and Invigo
rate the blood blooil by bystim atimnlsting otating the sluggish liver
and nndreAulatJngthchowcls regulating the bowels by their theirgentleldXa gentle loxa
tiv tire action TheYllrea They are a 6ureandunfail sure and unfailing utt
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Smiths Pineapple Pineappieand and Butternut Pills J iIIs cure
constipation const pation biliousness and headaeaa hcad J ia i 1 one
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