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Benn Be Bemiing rl ng lng Meeting tee ting Prom Promises ises
to Be Highly Successful
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JIe fleadeai R nl jsy Qy y GretMare r t 1 1Mar Mar Mart MarBe t Be Be1daad 1Cfa n
Lord Of o ihe he Vale Val Va1cOcia1s Oifficials ffi inls and
r is
Jockeys Jo c ys Arrive Arriv
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In spifo of o the th h gloomy loomyal1nJ oom ahuXf aflil forebOd prebod re lJ lJd d
Ing aspect of the th weather weatherthere thercwasan thereas w an
a air lr of o activity at t Penning this thismorn morn
ing ing that t f ft t betokened toltcnea the yponins up iCn1n cnln yf f the
racing raclngs seasbn asbn bn
There Th re were wer i iinany man many vis visitors itors to the
course taking tak ng their last ast look at the
horses in thS th hope of seeing or hearing
something that would give a line of
the events to come There herewas was little
real work but much useful galloping
Superintendent SuperInt ndent Strahari u had his force ± orce
busy putting the finishing touches on
the th equipment qulpmentof of the track All that
is needed now is sunshine to make the
opening a great one
Events All Filled
Enough horses are on hand to fill u1l I i
every everyecpt event programmed to the ca
pacity acity of the course The Th fields ffeldsmay may xna
however howev r be light Inso in some eJa races racesf esfor for r the
first llr t few days because becaUseofbackward of backward L i
condition of some of the th horses
The handicap handieaptomorrow tomorrow should be a L L
corking good g od race The best horses 5
that thateverstaI1ed ever started in the event are card
ed to carry colors and as a majority
of them th mhaYe have been be n racing during the the
winter they are in prime condition
3 The officials of the meeting mect1n are here
or will be by b night Paddock Judge j
Hall is here from I New ew Orleans and I i
Associate Judge Joseph Murphy is due du
here this evening Clarence McDow
ell is at his home in Baltimore and
will as usual make the trip daily on or 1 L
r the Baltimore race special President Presid ni
Howland who will preside pr side In the th
stewards stew rds stand came over yesterday yestcrd estcrd y
morning and after looking the ground
over expressed his belief that the th S s
meeting would be firstclass in every ever r
particular > articular
Belmont Stable
The sight s Ight 9 of the colors of August Bel
mon mon t tchalrm chairman chalrm n of the Jockey JockeyClub Club in
vests e t the meetln me mcethg th1g jr iIth vyith U1 muc much h interest
Mr MrB Belmonts lniont horses l rse s sr reac r reached ea fiedp Hitft the ie track trac k S c
yesterdayfromyarneti yesterday from GarnetS SC C 1 where they the I y
had been bee n nwIntered wintered In carem aro aroloo caie loo of Trainer r r
John Whaleri Wh len All are lwoye twoyearolds t oyeatlds a lds but bu t t
on one and they were all aIlb bred ed at Mr lr Bel
jnonts noted notednurneo nursery stud in Kentucky
They are closely clgselyrelated related to to famous win ¬
ners of other days daysan and l will no doubt doub t
render a good account jot of themselves
Three years yea ago Mr Belmont B lmont sent a
considerable string s tOjace to ace here Some Som g
of th the developments of that loj 10 were wer e
Toscan Toscanand and Posetlnt 1tos tJnt both of ofwh1ch ofwhieh which have hay e
won many races ces In their turf career
Toscan Toscanlsa is a cajididate for the handicap handica o I
and andone one that Is accor corded ded a royal chance e
on a muddy track
Since that year yea r Mr Belmonts sta s stahl tabl bL
has been on the decline until this seasof seaso > r
He had charge of the subway s bway construe constri I
tUrn n jnNew in New York or at least his hous
was was financing the scheme f and Mf
duties gave him llmUttle little time to devote to
racing 1 I Last > ast season he raced only three
orx or orfpu foun horses horses Imtone but one of them iord Lord
of the Vale Vatemade made ma4 good in the rich
Saratoga S m QglHandl Handicap apand and In ina a minpr mln lr r
stake Btak J at Brighton Lord of the Vale
by the way won wOn the first running of
tho Grand GrandConS9atl Consolation n the rich two
yearold earoldeature feature of the BennIng fall
meetings meetingGThls This season Mr Belmont w ill
have a large stable headed by the peer ¬
less lcssqueen queen of the turf Beldame Not all
of t f his stable Is at Bennlng Ben ing but the th
performances of his youngsters here
will Il1 be noted carefully
Crowds Arriving
The town is rapidly filling up with L
visitors visito and when the trains from the
North are In today with wlththeIr their loads loadsot of o
living freight will be filled to to overflow ¬
ing John J ohn G 1 CaranaghwUl Cavonagh will run a a spe
clal cialtralnfr train from New NewYorIc Ie york yorkw For k w hich I h will wil l
run r nas as a sac section ono of the Congressional Con gr ssional
Limited and andwhlchwil which will wi1 be largply larg lypat pat ¬
ronized The New Orleans arid Hot Bo
Springs contingent of horsemen is a
large one and they make no secret s cret of 01 f
the fact that they the expect epecttog to get t a large larg
share of the money It does not no seem l
unreasonable that they may as as the th
horses are In good con condition dition
First Class ClassJockeys Jockeys
There will bo no nQ n dearth t tof of riders at
the meeting mee ting Already AI Alrcal caH a number of 01
prominent jockeys jo ckeys are on On hand and oth ¬
ers ersare are due to arrive aglve before the meet
Ing begins be gins Burns who did no riding
during the winter has been here some som
days getting gettingin in condition He will ride
Buttons in the handicap and will also
have the mount on Oaklawn on the
opening upenlngdayand day and any other horses that
Q Will Shields may start for which he in
can do the weight
Shaw also is here and has been hard har I
at work He does not fear but b t what sha1 I
he will be In condition to give a a good goot I
account of f himself JRedfern R dfernQdomand Qdom and aut
other high class Jockeys will wlllbeon he beon on hand
ONeil will come over tonight to ride rId I
Rose Roseben ben in the handicap but may not no x
stay for the entire meeting
XOTTESVILIJB LOTTESV1LI Va March Marc farch h 22 227 22or More lore
cloudy lo dy weather cather prevails this morning m ormng r thg
and an d Jt It looks Joo ks as aslf if the theshwe showers shwe rs Inay ma
come comeany any moment
Knoll showed his versatility by gath ¬
ering in a D long one onaofo off offof of the left field I
Two Two players were absent from prac ¬
I tice this morning m ornlns Third Baseman Hill I
and Shortstop Cassidy The former has ha
been removed from the Clermorit Hotel
to the university unlers1t hospital It was wa
thought best to to take him there where
it was vas more quiet and where he could I
receive more moreattentlon attention The ligaments
of his knee are not healing as rapidly rapidI
as could be wished and as long as the thi
weather is damp d mp he will be kept In ¬
Joe Cassidy had a slight attack of o f
lumbago last night due to playing in I
the wet yesterday afternoon Trainer
Quirk applied a plaster and he is better bette
this morning Ho H will be found back at a
work tomorrow
We have all makes at cut prices
Agen Agents ts Sample Bicyc Bicycles les at J1293 PS I
Spalding Nyack 1650
Sterling S21S3 2193
And lots or others
Lamps from trom 73c up Tires from 145 up ui
Sundries below cost
G Georgetown Will Act on
Pact With Virginia
Several Se veral Very Important Institutions
JMSssing lissing ssing From Forty in List
Meeting Me g Today
Contrary Contrar to general bJ btef lef the agree ¬
m ment t ont c fththresunipUoa 3 r the resumption 1 pf ofrelation of relations en ¬
tered t teredlnto te e red into by b 111c the joint committee repre ¬
Sg senting < nting Virginia and Georgetown is not
j fil final fin aL
The committed com mitte which was sent to
c CharloUesville I by l the Blue and Gray
w was as not given i1V i1Vn in n a bsolute solute power to enter
In J Into nto to a i final finaln agreement eementa and an d all alllt Its actions t1ons
v i hr kx life i subject to the action of the advisory dVIsoty
board 1 bo Ul ard which is the highest athletic tri tn
bi bunal 1 bu nal at Georgetown
Adv AdV AdVso A A dvisory isor so y Board Oard Meets
This afternoon tho Georgetown ad ¬
v visory vi sory hoard will wi l meet at the college i
and the whole matterw1ll1ie matter will be thorough
ly IYdiscussed discussed before the ra ratification tification of the
board b oard is given iven
The most important t business bu slncsstrnnsact transact
ed d at the Charlottesvllte Char ottesYUle mfteilng mee dn iWas was x
Xl the th i f formation of th the jjligibllify IigibUlfy code COd i
which w hich will govern oYern all players plt playersjxf ersJri Jn the con
t4 tests tC sts between bet een the two institutions InsJituU ns
O Objection bjectio to List Li t
The only o lyobj objection etion to this code seems
> to be the list of colleges as exclusively r
B published u blished in in The h Times Tirn s of o t ty yesterday y terday
w p which hich are to bo considered colleges in it t
an ana a n athletic athle thle tic sense sens sense While 1Vhn Thile this ls list con
L tains t forty of the most representative S I
ii institutions in in the country there are still stil 1
n many m any missing 1Ilssh g and among the missing
ones OnE ° nes S are several sev eral that will be most Im
P portant ortant in the relations between George ¬
t town own wn and Virginia
For instance as the code at present t
stands s a man ma n n nyplaYfieyears xnay ay yplaYfieyears pla play y five years at the th C
Virginia V irginia Polytechnic Institute which an
n nually nual1 ually turns turns turnsout out football teams which
c compare compare favorably with both bothG George orge
t town Owi < and Virginia and then thenenter enter either ther C
Virginia Ylrg V v irginia nla or Georgetown Georgetownnnd and put in a af full ll I I
four f our years ars making in all nine years years in lx I I
Intercollegiate I athletics
Have H ave Strong Teams Te
This Is true of not only V P I but bu t
also a lsO of Virginia Military MJUtarylnstitutethe Institute the thi S
University U of Illinois IfilnrilsVllllams Williams Holy Hol l
Cross C rOSs Notre Dame Clemson Fordham
and a nd a alarge large number of institutions which whic I
1 in It t the athletic line are equally as strong g
as aseltherYirginla a s either Virginia or Georgetown Ge rgetm rn
It Is understood that that3t ut themeetint the meeting
at a t Georgetown this afternoon this ques
tloi U t will be brought up arid thoroughly
c discussed d before the advisory board will wil l
r ratify ra tify theactfon the action of the committee commi tee which whic it L
was w as rent to Charlottesville to meet the Ut e
Virginia V irginia committee
Boxing and Wrestling
Comment and Gossip
JacksonOBrien JackS9rtOBrienFight J Fight Will Have Real Class
Measurements Measurements Show Sh wG Gotch tch Smaller
Than Jeffries
Philadelphia Jack OBrien and Young
Peter Jackson When When they meet at the
Fourth Regiment Regimenttrmory Armory in Baltimore
on Friday nigh night t before the Eureka
Athletic Club for ten rounds should
furnish f urnish a fight with more monO class than
any other that has been pulled bit in
the t he Monumental City this season
This scrap should be b e fast fastan and furious ilrl ous
1 1
if i f the men go at their work Inthe In the way
in I n which they arc capable Each has an
abundance of speed OBrien is one of
the th cleverest boxers fn in the world and
Jackson Is a boxer boxero of far more than or ¬
dinary ability OBrien not only has
speed but he can hit Should he knock
out Jackson he will accomplish a feat
which Will give good grounds groun s for be ¬ I
lieving that In InallaroundabUity all al around ability he is
the king pin among the middleweights
The negro is remarkably hard to put put
away awa and can anstand stand punishment that
would ould kilt kiifthe kIIlhe the ordinary dlna ry ryman man Joe Wal
cott cotthammer hammered d him in Baltimore on
Thanksgiving night 1902 until It seemed
that flesh and blood could stand the
strain no nO longer
In the last five rounds Walcott lit ¬
erally era1l3made erall made a x punching pun hlng jni jniofJick bag o ofJick of Jack ¬
son raining blows blowsonhlisides on his hix sides and kid ¬
neys neysand and Walcott has hn a te terr terrifiC rrific ific short
arm blow blowbut but at the end of o f the ttl twenty Vaent
rounds the Baltimore negro still had a
punch left and was W was after his man when ¬ I I
ever he had a chance Jackson Jackson can an hit I
like the kick ldckof of a mule as asOBrien OBrien will
testify for Jackson has knoCked knock d him
out and if i he still has the wallop he
had before be fore going to England OBrien
bruises back to to
should carry many
Quakertown In the one fight he has
had ha d dsin sin since ce his return fromclean from clean ing up I Iha
the Britishers BritfshersJackson Jackson did not appear
to be in condition and from the way
in which he handled han dled himself hlmse seemed to
have trouble trou1le with w Ith his hands ha nds Should his
dukes be all right on Friday it will be a
hard fight to pick
The remarkable dearth earth of heavy ¬
weight fighting ftghtlngmaterJal mater material ial in this country
is still causing causlngthe the talk abouramatch aboucri about a ma tch
between Frank Gotch the thcgnatwres great wres ¬
tier and Jim Jeffries to be considered L
more moreor or less fess seriously serJouslyGotch Gotclr is due
jn town this afternoon a fterIioonf for r his match L
tonight with Amerlcus Am ricus at the Washing Wasb ng ¬
ton Light Infantry ArmOry He HestJcks sticks
to the assertion he made when he was was
here to wrestle Joe Grant that he was was as
Serious in his intentions to devote some
of his time to boxing under a capable
teacher and nndfind find out o 0th just how good g ood
he Is
Size does not n Jt mean everything in L
LfightinglnfaCtno fighting fightinglnfaCtno fightingin in fact not as muc much h has as in iii I
wrestling wrestlngbut but it is i a big he help lp and In I
measurements rneasu mentsJerrdes Jeffries has it on Gotch Gotch
at as n x will be iton < t cca n from the following followingcom com ¬
parison p arison
Jeffries Gotch
29 2 J Age 27
6 ft 1 i4 indies IncllesHelght Height5 Height o ft ft 11 ll1h inches
7614 76 7 6 inches inchesReach74 Reach 74 inches
217 2 17 H Weight VeIgh t 195
1G 4 G 1 inches Chest 43 43l1 inches
r 17 l inches Inc1i s Neck N Neckis eck IS inches
Si 3 4 Inches In lnthesWaist34 chCS Waist T 34 inches Inch es
Jeffries has it on the wrestler by bytwp two
inches i s in 1iilght height and by b twentytwo
pound P Ouxids His reach Is longer by by2 2
inches i which is not to be despised j
They r l hey have the same waist measure ¬ I Ir IDICY
ment but the mat game has developed
Gotchs neck until it is half an Inch
larger l arger than that of the boxing cham ¬
pion p ion The only other point where Gotch
boats b eats ts Jeffries t lis is in age and there he
has h as the advantage of being two years
younger y certainly e1 tlinly not enough to
amount a to anything
One thing in Gotch Gotchs s favor is is that he i
has h as been working at his specialty right
along a long and has always alwa r s been in condition
while whlleJanhas JefClias not had a tight for many man
moons and is necessarily gross from
the t he inactivity Inactlvit and lack of systematic
training tra t Ining The fighting champion has ha
said that each eac h time he trains it comes
harder to t prepare for a t bout boutr r and an d if they
ev C 2docome < r do come together it will be that
difficulty ditlrcult In reducing which will wll help
Qo G9tch G lch ch immensely
TJiKt 1ht t fight to toa a finish ii iibetween be between tween Billy
Peyton and < Burt Clark which was so
rudely rUdcl interrupted out the road the theother other
night after it had gone six and onehalf
rounds is s still In the air The men menaro are
breathing all 011 011sorts sorts of fire and an brimstone
at each other and each is anxious to tc
have ha it out Plans are on foot now to te
hold it strIctI strictly in inpriate private before a select
crowd crowdof of some omesc9re score of sports who are ar
willing to pay pa a agood good price to see the
scrap and it itshoud should be well worth th the
money mon
Clarks friends were more more than pleased
at a tthe the showing he h e made mad and it IUS Is certain
that if any more 10 to 6 money is offer ¬
ed on Peyton it will be gobbled up in z
hurry hurr The cleverness of and Improve ¬
ment Clark showed in bloc blocklngwai blocking king was wa C
especIallynoUceable especially noticeable Peyton has hassald said
to toa a number of persons Oiohs that th t lie hewas was not noi
shammiiijcr hammil when he seemed in difficulty difficult
in the fifth and sixth rounds but that I
he was wa waY Y s really realI weakened by the terrific
wallop he received in the side followed I
by b the th bang on the neck that th tkno knocked ked I
him own <
Kid Sullivan has at last been matched tp i hed I
With > with Young Corbett and d will wIllhaC have a
chance to see e what lie I1ecandoagalnst can do against a L
real fighter Because Be ause Corbett was
beaten be tenb by Battling Nelson he lleisb is by no n
means a dead one but Is still one Of 6fth the tin
most dangerous men In the lightweight t
class The fact a t that he stayed nine nin and am
onehalf Ont half rounds with the Dane proved prove I
that he is still some pumpkins pumpkInsfor for there then I
are not many man fighters who could couldhaye have 1xav i
gone that far
Sullivan shows some some improvement in I
his work but har hardly dly as much muc h has as was tva
expected xpect < d when he went under th the Her
ford wins and if Corbett pre pr prepares pares J ri8 at a t
all for the bout the chances ch ances are ar the th
Washington Vashlngtons scrapper r1pper wiUbe will be beat up ix ft
some som considerable
r J I
The Greatest Great st of All Afflictions Aff1ictionsBreak5 Breaks
Down Do nthe the Health Healthand Hea lth lthand and Invites Disease
Bloo d poverty or Anaem ia Is due to a lac k ko o f hea lthgiv ing in g properties prope pro perties rties in the bloo loQ d
Instea Ins te d g go do o f f be in ing ingr g gr r ic h hstrong strong an a tld d pure It has become in fecte fec te d dw w ith some poison po ison or germ
w hic hidfhas h has destroye d the ric r ic h hre re d dco d dcor cor co pusc les lesthatfu that furnis furn rri rris is s h h nutr nutriment iment and andstrength andstren strength stren gth to the
bo b dy dyan an d is re duce duced d to suc h ha a wea k kw water w ater t r y ystate state that it is no lon ger a ble to kee p the
system in hea lth lthotwar lthor or otwar war d do o ff fftheconntless the countless diseases dis diseasesthat ses Jhat h t da ily ass assa assail il it it
Every part o f the bo dy is de pen pendent dent on fEe tpe bT6pdf bT6pdfor bJ bloofor dTtq or nour nQttr u ur ishment i hment an d dstr dstren stren str n gth gthand gthan and d
w hen this v vital vitalstream ita l lstream stream o of f life becomes Impover impoverishe ishe dand d dan an and andrun d drun run down the e ffect is qu quic ic kly
s hown The destroyin deslro ying yingo g o of f the re d dcor cor ¬
pusc les ta kes the co o lor loran an d glow of o f hea health healthHEALTH lth HEALTH ALMOST BROKEN DOWN
from f rom the C hee k kan an d dwe We See pa le Sa llow Gentlemen For ForseveralyearsI several yearsl years I was a sick sickman man Just
1 i it L j j i what was the matter I do not know but I do know I was
faces races Cnalky c ha lky wasnedOUt was he dout com plepons
Complexions indeed a sick man and an d could get nothing noth ing
wea k kcons constitutions cons titutions an d da a general genera l bro ken that thatwouldlringmeout would bring me out Last Lastwintermy winter my
down downcon i Condition con dlt1on j Ot o of f tne the hea nealtn ea IL lt1i trouble to work was for several at its worst months I lost was in unable flesh
Bloo d Poverty is o ften an in he her ri rihad i had no noambition ambition or energy ener whateverand whatevor and
was extremely nervous I I really became
tance parents transmittin transmltting IL g It It tO tneir theIr theIralarmed I alarmed about my condition oonditionI I asked a
c hildren hi ldren an a rid d those tho se so a fflicte d live a life friend of ° f mine ine w1at hat i should do He told
rr ii me 8 S S had done him a world of OfgOOd good
OI o f fs fsu s SUnenn su uffenn fferin g gan and an d disease dIsease They Iney dO do J not x in i some chronic trouble and strongly ad
tile 1 1 D j 1 1 1 vised rr lcfn 4 m 4n to V Vnrr be be1n > nrr < nit 4 it < T I did > T i
Possess nossess t1 e natura l lener ener enere Des ies es that be long me so Imagine
i c f my y glad surprise sur prise to find I was aotually j
to their more e efortunate fortunate companIons w ho improving after using a few bott bottles es of 4
are blesse d dWltha dr Wltha r jth jtha a hea lthy stron gbloo g bloo d dthe the mecUoine C Cf 9 9f f course I continued
with the mediciI e wIth the result that it put me on
Supply su pply they the y have wea k bodies Soft feet again and made m de me a well man My blood had gotten
fla flabby flabbymus bby y musc mus cles les brittle br ittle bones and andscro scro scrofu fu 7ery very P poor ° ° r and weak vr ak and I would ° ulfi have broken down and
1 r V r f j I TVL T lost my health entirely had I not taken SSS 8 8 8
lous a ffections o f fvanous various kinds kin ds They j hey Wooster Ohio L Y McCLURE
are a lso more susce ptible to Catarr h
Rheumatism an d dother other bipo bloo d trou bles because ecause the ir bloo d does not possess the stren gth
necessary ne necessar essary y to purge the system o f the poisons po isons and impur impurities ities w hic h pro duce these diseases
Long continue d ds s ic ickness kness Is another cause o f bloo d poverty The bloo d becomes in ¬
fecte fected d dw w ith the germs o of f disease an d dw w hen the bo dy be gins its wor k ko o f frecu recu peration the
bloo d because o f its im impover pove ris is he d dcon con dition is una ble to furn is h the system w with ith the
nou rishment t tan an d stren gth gthnecessa necessar ry y an n d Old Sores or Ulcers Ulce s ss tlkin s kin diseases or some other
bloo d d disor der fo llows Persons w hose bloo d is poor an d dw wea w k kw w will ill fin d that if the trou ¬
ble is not correcte d there w ill be some ser ious bloo d disease later in life
When the thesystem system is su ffer fferin in ing g from bloo d poverty it is in a very wea kene d dcon con dition
an and d shou ld be treate d dw w ith itha a reme dy that th t is not on ly thorou gh but ver y gentle gen tle in its ac ¬
tion This is one o f the qua lities possesse possessed d by S S S it is ma de entire ly from roots
her bs an d bar ks an d dconta conta ins no stron g gminera m minera inera ls or harm fu l dru gs to further deran ge or
damage the hea lth It Is the greatest o f fa a all ll bloo d dme me dic ines S S S Snot not on ly pu pur rifies
the bloo d do o f fan an y yan an d da a ll po isons an d germs germsbut but gives it tone and andv v igor to supply the
entire system w ith ithstren stren gth gthan an d nourishment dnour nouris nour is hment It car carr ries ies to the bloo d the hea lthgiv in g
qua lities it nee ds an d by its use it is ma de r ich pure an d dstron stron g an d dall a all alle allev ll ev e idences o f f
bloo d poverty pass awa y Every lost lostpro pro pert perty y is restore d dan an d dlea hea lea lth is firm ly esta blishe d
The full fuHround fu ll round face glow in g w ith hea lthy lthyco co lor re ¬
turns the constitution is strengthene stren gthene d dan an d the entire
bo dy re inv igorate d by this great greatve ve geta ble me dic ine
S S S Scures cures a all ll diseases ar is in g from a po isone d das as
S S we ll llas as an im pove ris he d bloo blood bloodan d dan an d dcures cures them per perI ¬
manently It is the remedy reme dy a pprove d by the best
peo ple all a allover ll over the country for the past forty fo for rty ty years years
an atic d dnothin i nothin g ge e equa qua ls it it in the treatment o f bloo d
poverty pove rty Wr ite for our book boo bookon k kon on the bloo d dan an d if you are su ffe ffer rin in g from any bloo d trou ¬
ble our physic phys i icians ians w ill give ial ialme ia l lme dica la l dv ice
you an y s spec pec me a dviceyou you wisJi w isk No c harge har ge is ma de
for the boo k kor or a dv ice THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY c fI ATLANTA GA
CliarJesLHutc CharjesLMutchinsonllolled hinsonEolled
389 in Three Frames
Washington Man Did Remarkable Work
With Little LittlcPinsW Pins PinsW W T Knight
His Opponent
The Worlds vtorldsrecord record in duc kpins kpi ns for
three t hre consecutive games was broken by
Charles L HutChinson Hutchin30n of this city
last l ast nl nlitht ht
This recordbreaking rcordb aklng feat fea feathapperted thappened happened at at
the Palace bowling alleys annex ann x in ina a a L
matc match h between Mr Hutchinson and an
William T Knight The game was
played with the regulation balls baUsand and ann I
pins and me was was under un unoer er tl1es the supervision t1 6rylsion of 01
Mr lIrStrauss Strauss manager of the Annex Ann ex al ¬
The best previous score or record so s m >
far as known vas was yas made by b W G
Vickers of Providence oYideIice R R I L in 1904
it being 351 31 Mr Hutchinsons score scor
WRi389 was 389 thirtyfive thi rtytwe more thore than the tin
previous record
The score stood 116 in the first game bam
140 In the second seco IlC1 and 133 in In the thethhd third
Mr Hutchinson is a clerk at the tin
P Raleigh v alelgh Hotel He belongs to the th tin
Eure Eureka ka Bowling Club which has been I
playing playingfor for some time a 11 d series of o
games gameswlth with the Vashlngton i Post team
SAN FRANCISCO March 22 22BiIIy 22Bill Billy y
Nolan manager manag r of Battling Nelson has ha
made a statement tatemen t that the BrittNelsori
match fell through because Nelson a t
would nouldnota not agree ree to fix the fight for Britt Brit t
to wwin win
I Ilt It Is not the bonus that is standing stan din g gin in ii
the way vny ± ty of o f the NelsonBritt NelsonBritt fight fight fights sa s shf id
Nolan N lanbut but It is for no other r0aso reason rea so n a
than that the battling Dane declines to t 0 I
lay down to Britt Bx1ttBefore Before the forfeits 5 j I
were posted and prior to the terms of o
the agreement being b Ing talked over Willie Willi e
Br ilritt itt fttcame came to me and said You know
Billyv BIll this match will have to be fixed fixe I
up for us hetorele before we sign sigIlan any articles
Jimmy Jlmmycant cant afford to take any an chances i
and Nelson will have to agree to quit qul t
or else there Will not be any fight as a s
far as the P Britts > ritts are concerned concerne
This line of o t talk tai k staggered stag erea me and I
told Willie that there would be no such sue ii
arrangement arrangementeutered entered into so long as I I j
managed Nelson Nels n and If
Britt wanted to t 0 I
I right iilghtNe ight Nelson lson he would ViOUldhae have to go In and an f i
1 win or lose on his merits As soon as a S
4t the heBritts Brltts saw that they the could couldnotjn not in ¬
til duce uce us usto to cook the fight tip 1 pso so that haf no ni n
Britt gravy gr a ry would Ot11d be besPilled spilled they re re ¬
fused f used to post their forfeits and the th in ir ¬
ternational tern t tIonal match with Jabez White be
jgan Jgan Ig g an to assume a businesslike b slne 5like look
Charley Moranthe Moran the former Senatorial Senator SenatorI I al
shortstop shorts s to p joined the St Louis Amer ¬
icans l eans at t Dallas allas Tex exon on Sunday
Doc J c Orbfn Or1 n nl na l a former Pennsylvania Pennsy va iJla
baseball base b hall captain has signed with the
McKeesport McKe M spor t team for this season Dur ¬
i ing l og Easter week he will go to Philadel ¬
phia p hia to help whip the Quaker team team1nto into
condition c
Gladfelter last lastY lastyeaxS years Pennsylvania L
first fi rst baseman has signed 31gnedto to coach the tIn C 1 1first
Washington and Jefferson squad this C I
spring s
Bill Clarke has been in town for sev ¬ I
eral c ml days day s trying to convince President
Noves Noyes that t 1at the ttJlicalclub local club should give
him his hIsrelease release Bill says he wants to
manage trann a a minor league team which has ha
made him an offer but the Senatorial
president presdentwants wants to know knowwhat what club It I
is Isso i s so it cart be made to cough up a few fee
a dollars Uars for 6 the boy with withthe the deep voice
Captain Coughlin of Detroit Is giving
Sam Crawford a try out at first base has
On ont O n t the Tigers
McGraw lcGr wsaysh says hi h has haSno no faith In the tb
spit s pit ball He says says All the old pitch ¬
ers e rs will tell you this thlsnnd and all this talk tall
about raised bails stop st p balls and a
double curved ball Is manufactured for fo
the t he benefit beneftfof of the easily beguiled pub ¬
lic l ie What Vhat snlr s say iy you u to this statement
Dineen and Chesbro
Stop StopbaU ball fade f de ball spit ball
whirligig ball brilL l snake ball b llyet yet its It
the t he same old ball ll and as good for home horn
runs runs as aslt asltwas it was ten years ago agoNew New York IorJ It
Telegram TEl gram
Joe Kelly Iel has Shown up u so well at a t
first firs t base bas e during the early training in I n
1 the he heSouth South Sp th that he will hold down the th e
position osiU ositiOr ri for for Cincinnati during the regu regu ¬
tar larseason season
Hope llopeFerris Ferris has ha put up the sum sum of o f
50 5 with the Bos ton Americans which whic h
he will t forfeit if he Is Iscau caught ht smoking smokIn I
a cigarette cigare te before June L 1
The first player to receive his hlsyou you
may go this season was Pitcher Pltcherlllet Mel
calf who was released by the New Nei
York Yorkn Ajrirrlcaris rIcar s because he was Indiffer ¬
ent nt and anqlacked lacked ambition
Outfielder Charley Jones says s s the U
Washington club has offered him less hex
money than he has been beenrecelvlng receiving In a a i
minor league hence he refuses to sign
Philadelphia Press Funny isnt it it i
when Jones Joneshas has been training with wit in
Washington for ten days
The Memphis track officials have fol fo i
lowed the lead of the Benning people
and have annol1 announced ced that in the future futux e
no grandstand gran ls nd commissioners will be al a i
lowed to to9petatqflt Operate pela4 jit tt the Tennessee Ten I Ies es s track C
Auto makers are are rc enjoying enjo ing a most inox
successful season seasOn this year in Pennsvl
vania ania Fromthe From the first of the year ear upto up to
March 1 1 15oi 15574 4 licenses have been Is is Ix 9 9March
sued s ed in the Keystone State Stat
Much credit cre it for bringing the national n tion L
regatta to Baltimore Bal tmoregoes goes to Claude R I
Zappone of this city who ho is Southern I
delegate on the executive committee of c if
the the National Nat om l Association of Amateur
Oarsmen Mr Zappone worked for f ft r
months mqnt1 s In the he interests of the Mont Ionu ¬
mental Cil City and an the Baltimoreans Bn1tinior ans are ax re i i
free in ingilng giving Ttfr Zappone most praise prais j
for the coup i
Arthur rlhu F Duffey the former George
town sprinter has hasal at last struck his in
gait and lie is showing up upmoSt most of the lb
Australian sprinters s lrlnt rs
S R Pi JQ1 Johnson SOn one of the greatest
chess authorities in America and who cvii
held several championships died in I n
Chicago Chf < ag the th other day da of diabetes
I Spring Meeting
W Washington ashington J Jockey ockey Club
March 23 to toApril April 13
Opening Day Thursday
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And Four Other Races S I
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Paddock 50c extra I Ladies v 50c
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Season Grand Stand and Paddock Badges on sale at a 1
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