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THE WASHINGTON Yv WASI1Nx TON TIMES WEDNESDAY MAY 17 1905 19O
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I COMMENT 0 GOLF 0 0 TURF 0 ° ATHLETICS 0 BOXING
TRINITY FACULTY
RETURNED RETURNEDTROPth TROPHY r
Hirecl Athletes Won Dual
Track Games
APOlqGY APOL rnYTOtJNION TO JJNION COLLEGE
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After Inter rIm im ota of a Year Hartford Men
B Become come Conscie Conscience ce StrickenRe
lations riot Disturbed d
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HARTFORD Conn May Ma 17 17After After
keeping the trophy troph won in the dual
track meet with Union College a year ear
consciencestricken con clencestricken Trinity College has
sent It hack and declared that it was
won won iOfl unfairly
No protest t tor or word wor d of complaint ha 1mi1 < l
been bl en heard from Union but the Trinity
faculty found that the tlietrock track managers
last year had a ringer on the team
who Iio won the meet for them
The man bought up for forthe the game was
M E Coughlin who works in a foun ¬
dry and who has become prominent In
athletics In in the Connecticut Natlom National il
Guard He won the shotput and scored
in ii the broad Jump ju r taking 7 points
Trinity won the he meet meet by the score scor of
57 to 52
Will Continue Con tlnueMeets Meets Ti leets
The Trinity faculty yesterday sent a
representative of the trick team to
Union College to apologize and to re ¬
turn the trophy won at the meet m eet He
offered to release rcleaseUnlnn Union College from
future meets meets with with Trinity Tr nttj but the
Union men protested that nothing of
the sort was wanted and that thntathlellc athletic
relations would not be e disturbed d turbedby by tho
incident
The athletic officers who ran in the
ringer last year ear have graduated so
that they th are out of f the clutches lut hes of the
Trinity faculty fllCUlt
I + I ISPORTING SPORTING CoMMENT COMMENT 4 + r I
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BASEBALL
Mike Donlin the New York outfielder
is setting a hot pace fbr f for r t11e the batters of
the National League T At At present he
is hitting hittingat at a 250 to clip
Of 0 the first firstfou fourteen rt en games played
Tattle Rock in the Southern League
lost eleven Nearly Ne rh as ris bad bad as the
record record made by last ast years Senators I I
Columbus and Milwaukee are having baving
a stiff stlffflgbt fight for 1 the top rung on the the
American Association Associ Association UoIi ladder
Paul Radford who played shortstop
for the Senators in the days of Scrappy
Joyce Jo ce Ed Dugdale and Piggy Ward
has caught on with the Lynn L n Mass Iass
club I
COLLEGE ATHLETICS
r Pennsylvania Pc nns lvim hi is certainly certa in lY haying ha1in g a aru run n I
of hard luc luck k with her oarsmen oarsmen this nl l f
spring f Following FoUo wttig the loss ofVaux of Vaux I
Boers and Drayton members m embers of last la st
years yearscrew crew Crowell and Roberts two I
promising candidates canl ldates whose seats in
the varsity shell were assured a sured have quit
the squad because Qecauseof of sickness
Roraback the big Yale center who 1
has one more year In intercollegiate
athletics is seriously considering a call
to become pastor of ora a Providence church
after he graduates in June Yale Yal wants
him back for football and he ma may y re ¬
turn to take a post graduate course course
t Although l there th re was was considerable op ¬
position to the ret retention ntlon of Dr Newton
the old Pennsylvan ia player pla er as football
coach at Lehish Le Igh there Is little doubt
that he will w1llagaln again be in charge in the
fall
The GeorgetownVirginia athletic c
agreement has been amended so that
men me r who Wb take the full course in any de ¬
partment of the universities will vi11 be
eligible to take part in the games be
teen teen the institutions ins titutions TOM ROLAND
A follower of Grip
Many persons find tln themselves aJTected
with lth a a persIstent cough after an attack
of the grip As this cough can be
promptly cured by tho use useo of Chamber Ch amber ¬
lains alns Cough Remedy It should not be
allowed to run on Until it becomes
troublesome uoubl sQme For Bale Lab by all i ruggists 3
No Heavy
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cft C111vasand cnas rivas anti haircloth that wont
wrinkle and lose Us shape Its
too stiff for that lighter than pad ¬
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tended down the front to prevent
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buying a readymade rcadypu idc suit to like
I a particular P rticnlar cloth they the have in
every e er size but yours No such di
arpointment arpo intment with our o pr 300 odd fab ¬
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Haring ancLGordon ridGordonEngaged Engaged in inPitthers Pitfchers
Battle i in Which VhichForm Former FormerWon rW Won O
Notes Not N t s of f Game
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In n one o e of f the t e most n ost closely contested d
games of o rt the th sea s season ea son Gurifcy qtlrI YdEf defeated edt1i itfe lie
Sixth boys on the th Jit Pleasant PIe as r itgrounds grounds
by a score scorc01Ztol of 2 to 1
Haring toed > qJhe the slab for Gu Gurley loY and n nd d
Gordon was wns his opponent oI1po nent Both pitched pIt hed
excellent ba b ball il Hand and were werever very effective
in holding the hltsdown hits down when lien the they
would do 10 the tl1emost most damage
LeFoo LeFooSI SlTith Shtths th s sQaCksto backstop and qn d vog Vogels lS I
berger berg r his opponent opponel1tit at that ttiat position po5it Q
both played good ball ball as asHd did did Clear on on I
the thei Initial nlt ial corner cor corer er for to i ith the th e Gur G Gurloyites rle ieyites iltc lSj j
Some excellent ploying pl tYingiscre < is is cre dited d ted to >
Newman Ne an
Probably the most nos Interested intercsX d spectator 5pe tltor
of the game was was Attorney yGei1 General ml 1
Moody Mood loody i il who l vho hoalway a always applauded d 1 1a heartily a rti1
at the r r1ht ight mpmgnt moI moment cnt
The score
Gurley R H O OA A B
Vaughn T tiigliii 3b 0 22 2 2 10 l 1 0
Fllllus If 0 0 0 t t 1 > 0 1
Shfedd Shedd5S ss i > 0 0 2 2 0
Clear Ib l 1 l 11 0 6 o
Newman N wman2b 2b 1 2 1 34 3 4 0
Purcell P rcell rf 0 1 1 0 00 0 0
1
Wynkoop nkoop i ef 0 0 1 1 1 0
Vogelsberger Vog lsberger c 0 J a 5 1 0
Haring p 0 IY u 0 3 0 I
Totals 2 6 24 i 12 0
Sixth R H O A A A E
Rider ss 0 1 2 3 1 1
Ball rf 0 1 3 0 1 0
j I Herbert 3b 1 2 1 2 0
Tindall I cf 0 2 0 0 0
Hampton Hamp on If 0 i 0 1 10 1 0 I IHamp
Jj LeFoec LeFoe eFoe c 0 0 8 1 0 I
Macdonald Ib 0 0 8 0 0
Clark 2b 0 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 f
Gordon C p o 1 0 3 1
Totals 1 8 21 11 3 t
Gurley I 0 001001003 010010 0 1 0 1 002 0 2
Sixth I 1 10000000i 000000 0 0 0 0 0 01 1
Earned EamedrunGurleli run runGurle Gurlet First FIrsttiase base lay by er ¬
rors r rsGurley Gurley 3 Left on bases bn5efiGurley Gurley
8 Sixth 7 First base on balls b ballsOff < lsOff Off Har
ing l ag 2 off Gordon 3 Struck out outBy By
Haring 4 1 by Gordon 5 Threebase Wt l t
Vaughn Yau gI In Twobase hits hitSClear Clear Gordon
Rider J and nd Herbert Stolen bases basesNew New ¬ I
man man Purcell Pu rCeIIYOgeISberger Vogelsberger Rider Ball Ba lI
Herbert Herb I t and Tindall 2 Double Doubleplls plays 2
Wynkpop to Shedd Hampton to LeFoe I
Hit 1 iIt bv b pitcher pltcberB By Harring 1 1 Umpire
Mr lIrBi Btits tts Time of game1 game 1 hour and 20 1
minutt5 Tr r ninuti S < rii f < < s 3
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4NOTES NOTES OF OFTHEGAME THE GAME I s i
Dutch Newman n Hterall literally wallowed in J
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glory I a after fter he stabbed sta bed Gordons hot
drive in n the fifth with his bare hand j
Clear played the game clear through
and when it was over his error column
was as clear as water
The way Hampton stabbed Shedds
long l ong fly fi and then threw Vaughn out at c
the plate Iate overshadowed his zeros in the t
run and hit columns
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when the pitcher was inclined to be c
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several f nice place hits 1
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BYFHOS BY FRIENOSSElEGT FIg8 SELECT r
Home HomeSchoolWoIi School Won Senior Glass Class From 1
I Emerson Em rs on Jnstitufe Institute Instituted knil c nJW d Washing sh ng
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toe t School foiBoys for Boys
At At Georgetown b bcor cor etown Field Field yesterday yeS yeSf f rda afters a aff after ff r rll ll
noon the athletic ath1 ctic lssochlti association n of tlit th i
Friends F rlen dS Select 8 10Ct School c 110 0J held h rdJ Its I S r ninth nIn tI irt irtn dn rtn O n
nual utl Outdoor meet
There were w re classes ci isses for juniors JunlorS1int inter l ld d 1
mediates medtt and sen seniors iors The first two tw t o
were T en crc for niem rPcmbers members bers of Friends I riends 1 Select Sel Seleci t I
School ChOOl only 0 nl but In th the senior s nlor events l
J Emerson Institute and Washington ashingtoi
School hool for Boys also competed compet d Friends rlends
had no trouble winning WIn nin g this thlSC class lasssco seer r <
ing jn l ng fortysix rort sI points to toWashngtPn Washngton I
School < hool for forBoys Boys nine and ann EmarSons s
eight e ight
The summaries um arles 1 1
COyard Co Oyar trd dash junIoprnorn junior Thorn Urst first
Grate second Platt 1 left thir third d Time in1u S 8s sec sea C ¬
onds O fllS j
joo 100 l00tards yards irds fntermedlateStnpsoi1 intermediate intertnedlateSlthpsoti impsoh firsts fi fis first s tf 0
McNeal J second Hoes third lime 13 I 1icNeal
seconds a
220yard 220 at 1 1 1 dash senior seniorW Wmdon fndon I
Friends C first Bard Vashington L
School S chool second Bradley Friends
third hird Time Tlm 2625 26 25 seconds
100yard dash senior fcnlorFirst First heat
Smith S mith F lirst tirstEmmert Emmert F F second I
Bradley Brfid1e F third Time 1125 11 25aec Z5 sec ¬
onds e nds Sccosd heat Bard W S first
Fowle 1 Emerson second Earnshaw J
F F third Time 1125 ii 25 seconds Final
heat h eat Smith F first Emmert EmniertF F
second s Fowle E third Time 1125 11 25 I
seconds seco s nds
220 20 yards intermediate intermcdintcSlmpson Simpson first first 1
Hoes I Ios second McNeal McN al third Time
293o 2 29 9 35 seconds
Pole vault senior senIorEmmert Emmert eF F first I
iin Mi IfLcan Lean F second Simpson F
third t h hj j rd Height S feet 2 inches
High jump junior JunJorThorn Thorn first Craig
second s Brown Souter and d Fay tied
for or third Height 4 feet 2 Inches
Broad jump intermediate IntermediateCha Chase e
first f rst Hoes second Simpson third Dis pis ¬
tance ance 15 feet 3 3M inches
Broad jump senior senIorEmmert Emmert F I
first f fi rst Bradley F second Orme E Ei i
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third t Distance 17 1 feet 7 Inches
High jump jum senlorEmmert c enorEinl r > Cb 1 F
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first t fi rst Qrmo E E second Bard W V S I
third t Height 4 feet 11 inches 1
Shotput senior seniorRoberts Roberts F first
Orme C O rme E Eo o second s cond Johnson F third
I Distance D istance 33 feet 1 Inch
Broad jump mpuniorPlatt junIorPiatt first fir5tFa Fay
second S Craig third thir Distance 14 feet
g gSf J 880 Inches Sf Sfyards c yards 1s < run runscniorBard senior seniorBard Bard nV 1W first
F second Acker eF F third
Perry I Perr P erry
Time 1 T ime 224 > Al
Fltz Fltzf Fltzimmon F High f immon immonV jump V intermediateChase second Simpson third first
I HeIght H eight 4 feet A 44 aches
Rel Relay race senior enior Friends vs Emer ¬ i
son on Friends Earnshaw EarnSha arnshav Windon YindO1Em Vindo Em
Inert and Smith Emerson Ivemeys
Won Von by b
s Simmons Orme and Diamond
E Frlen F Friends riends s Time 146 25 2
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IN N MATCH SERIES
BUFFALO UFFALOIay May Mayl7Jerome 17 1iJerome Jerome R R Keogh
who v w ho holds the title of worlds pool
champion has as called caUe for by the
regulations announced the dates da s
trophy
O of f pla plty V for the th eco coming mlng challenge challcn ge match ma tCh r
w with ith Alfred De Oro Tho match will be
JJ played layed on May 18 10 and 20 in blocks l
0 of f 200 balls a night place to be named
v w within ithin a day or two It will be e for the
title itle 250 a side and possession of the r rtitle
handsome t h Jeweled emblem now held by
Keogh 1
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Storm Sche Schedule dule Brought
About a Postponement i
Reversal of ofFoimon Foi Fo m on the Part of the Weather Xleath r i
M IV1 Made de Game Gal1e Between Nationals and
Tigers TigefsOul put Out of Question
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SjDEllRQ D DFTROJ arn O i r Mich 1tIC I i May Ma Ta J7 lTv HDetrott 7Detroti D tr Ott is i I
no nQfublo tabl6 tabl6i i principallY bdcausejit becaus l It is 5dlffcr differ
ent ni from ir mCleYe SClevelacd lJd and the vct tendency tendenc Pdency I
tb trgivj to givd gi C s sn ilver or rdoHClrs dollars In IncIlangc change Art o
pther othar othet p peculiaritj Urlt > is s the h facility rD JUy with l
lWhkh which it i it t tc can c m1c change its it storm strnis schedule chedule
and nndca cause cat se1 so n i swift swtftr sv itt reversal rsulQt of form
from froJPt1 a parasol p tftOl toa to a diving dlvin trsuit su suit it
It was VDS this last I ist feature fc tur 3 of Detroit 1ctr it
life which caused the ti postponement >
yesterday yest nsterd rdaVO of f the gtime betwefen betW i Detroit
and H id Washington Wa 1 ishI hington Ig on At 1130 11 u l the th sun was wa wa
s shining l Il1hH straw 1itrawhf hnts s were wcr in n evidence
Anc1 ithd tl the entire en tire town tOWlWI1S was discuss dIsclssng i ing ng
Jhe the coming comln game ga nte at t 1140 11 40 tt rLcload cloud clO d ap ¬
peared aled and at t norm noon the th demand demandtOl for fo J
mackintosnes n cldntosh S and hip boots was grow ¬ I
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lag all UI over the city It poured for f r an au I Ilag
hour hO r then thencettled settled down downtif to a genuine g nuine
rheumatic rheuma tfcday day with cold c old in the head
trimmings and Manager Armour de ¬
cided not tc tchavea have a swimming swimmingmutch match on
nis grounds
As rs in CI Cleveland Ychmd there thetei is great gr aL curios curl s ¬
ity It Its here to see the theNa Naughty ughtyNatiol1als Nationals atiowtl
who have bowled over thstronge the strongest t
teams in the league as If there Were Wer
nothing to toil it but b t Washington in the
pennant r envtnt rac race Tho rh mob of baseball ba ebal
scribes and a nd fans at large I rgewhlch which gath ¬
ered In the thelobbj lobby lobb of the Griswold Grlswo d this
morning drowned all alloth other r conversation
with a constant line of diamond per
siJlage which h1ch kept outsiders in the tllc t e II
background I I
Nationals N ationalsComplimented Complimented i
On every cver side the bold athletes athlet s were
complimented upon their great showing
and the hope was was expressed that Wash ¬
ington might land well weHup up in the first
division Some rash sports even sought
the seclusion of the corners and talked j
softly about ilrst firstpIa1e plafce but it was con concluded ¬
cluded that they the are optimistic young youn I f fJ
men who merely mean well J
The star fans tars of Detroit have care ¬
fully flllyanahz f ufly analyzed d the scores made by O Wash ¬
ington i ngton and are convinced that the team
has risen from the depths dcpthsofdespaIr of despair
to to the heights of delight through good
ball playing and not through luck and
they thejarc t O are right Two of the O three
games with Cleveland were lost but the
l luck which has been with the Nationals
In n close places heretofore deserted
them t hem and they got a dose of what they
had been handing the other fellows
The third game was strictly strictI a baseball
battle in which fast work and hitting
alone counted and Washington won a no
mile from rein the team that is leading the
league eague and undone one well earned run had
been scored in the last game before the
batting rally in the eighth inning while
absolutely perfect playing had kept
Cleveland gooseegged
Most Encouraging
That batting rally in itself was a
most encouraging encQura ging sign It was worthy
bf O f Cleveland the Athletics or any of
the other hard hardhIttlrgtea hitting lii 0 tir g teams ms msand and enV ert en I
tirely U turel e demoralised deor aleau Rhoadcs hondCs andhis andhlssup and his sup ¬
porters I orters Clear proof was furnished that
Washington Vasll ll gtOQ was dangeous ci ngetous at t all times mes I
and the boys have gained gained1ie heart rtenough enough
to keep on onfighting fighting to to tne no end no matter
how ho s much they th y are behind something a
Washington Va8hin ton team has not done foryenrs for years earq
nfl a ul which isa is is a welcome relief from thri th
quitting ulttlrigofthe of the past
Washingtons 1 1 ashlngtons 5 career in Cleveland was waf
typical typlcalotbas of baseball ball In the first ftrstgam game
the Tationals made as many o hits As as
their opponents They rhe were w re timely t1tn 1y but
Jqnes JqnesandNilI Jcnes and Nill both of whom have been
doing sensational work wortmade made errors on
easy chances and auiu Jacbbsen 1to fsen did his re
markable balloon act ot o falling to i lo
Icate cate the plate for Turner Iurnera a weak hit
tar after purposely filling the bases by
passing I LajOie > ajoie and Bradley Brodie and forced
in a run
in the second game Hunter Hill who
has amazed the Western Yesternaharps sharps by his
improvement made two of the rankest
errors Imaginable imaginableCasSidj CassIdy who has
been doing phenomenal wor work k fell down
hard and Knoll the sawedoff right
fielder fi Ider who has been doinff d IrigsurprIslng surprising j
stunts dropped a ball that lost the game <
and the score should have been 1 to 0 <
In i n favor favorot of Washington but fate de de ¬
creed that three bree men who under underardi ordi ¬
nary i1 ry circumstances might be counted
upon as absolutely reliable should shouIdpJck pick
out the same day for their little digres J
eions s ions
Mr Hill in Favor
Speaking of Hill his doings at third
Ihave have 1 i e caused all sorts of a disturbance
Iamong among the Tvisenhe wisenheimers wiqenheimers imers The Western 1S estern
fans f ans thought little of him but the man E
ncr In which he is handling desperate 1 1
chances on slow Sl W hits and bunts has has 11 I
opened their eyes and they can can hardly
believe it Is the same man and Of all
the midair throws he has made this l
season ason only one has been een wild and he 4 I
showed show s d his quality by twice in Cleve ¬
land l putting the kibosh on Bay the th
fastest fn f astest tc Sl starter m the American Am erlcan League L eag ue
Each time It was wasIL a slow drive which Vv Ich i
wan u handled in time to get ge the man by b
a hair i
The lie now you see me hndnow and now you > U
dont straw hat and overcoat weather
game in Cleveland and Detroit has filled I l
our oUlbold bold athletes with cold until they
resemble r semble animated Ice machines which
may thay interfere Interf < re with their work but they
are re trying hard to rid thevrselves the selvegof of the I
pesky p skY affliction a ffliC tlon and the quick shifting l
from f em gauze underwear to sealskin un i
mentionables affords an abundance of f
light l exercise o
TH THOMAS 1lfAS S S RICE t
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WASHINGTON BOY I j l
IN CORNELL CREW
ITHACA May Iay 17 liC i7C C D Earnhardt o of f
1V Washington shlngton has been bee selected by
Coach Courtney to row No 6 in the
Cornell Junior crew In the American
Henley Regatta to be held on the i
Schuylkill river on May 27
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CONGREGATIONALISTS
LOST TO BAPTISTS
Calvary calV Made ltd Save SevenEiTors Seen EtrorsBut Errors But Batted i
Out yictoryr VictoryNirthedge Northeage Ii hic1ge1r Made ade u le
Good GodImpJess Impression ImpressionNotes o l Kotes t s
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The Calva Calvary iY < Baptist BaptI5tJe tearn tearndcfcated 4efe efeated ted
the First Co Cou ngregational ngr Igregatlonal atlor al team 7 by y 8
to 3 at a t the theWhltetot White 5 5Lot Lot grounds groundsye yester < ter ¬
day da o aft afternoon rpoOJl
Northedg orthe i the ne new W wlrjt first baseman as m h for or
the First J Irst Congregational team played Jayed
a fast game m and gives glvespr promise prom < om1s ise pi of be ¬
coming comingon one of the best st men men on the I
team t S
The score
1st l tGo Congregational ngreg tlonal tlonali u > i Jt R it H H O A E
WJlkie c 0 1 6 2 0 1 1
McMorjr M 1to It Its2b is s2b 2b iii > r i iS 1 3 > < 0 O 0 1 0 I
Relcaracr RelcaracrO3 ruicnru cf M O3 c 2 0 0
Kcll Kelly ssvi g 1 K iX 3 2 0
Hemihingway 3b p Jl 1 Or O 2 0
Crane If 1 0 d 9 0 1
James p i 0 0 1 1 3 1
Nprthedgey ibs V 0 0 I 10 0 1
Rowley ft rf t i vi 0 JIJ 2 0 0
Totals 24 10 3
Calvary i ii BT H O A E
2 J f Ei
M Fenton nrt2 2b 1 v t Ofr 0 0 i 1 3 i 1
Matthews 3bU A ll > Q 4 2 2 1 1 1
A Fento ri If f 2 10 f 1 0 0 0 0
Westervelt Ib 1 1 1 11 11 0 2
Parsons rf 1 1 1 1 1 0 0
Richards cf O 0 0 00 0 0 0
Dowd ss 3 32 3 2 2 3
Graves c c 0 < 1 6 3 0
Goodman 0 1 1 T 4 0
Bowles Bowlescr cf 0 0 u i 1 0
Totals i S i 827 S 27 15 151 7 7
First Cong 1 To T To 1 0 0 1 0 < 0103 O 1 1 3
Calvary Calva 2 13 1 3 1 1 00 0 0 0 xB x S I
First base by errorsFirst errors First Congrega
tional tlonal6 t 6 Calvary C lyary 2 Left Lerton on bases
First FlrstCongtegatlonal Congregational 7 1 Calvary Calvary8 8 o i
First bas base on balls baHsOtrJames ballsOff Off James 4 Struck j
out outBy By Goodman 5 by James 4 Two j
base basebltS hltsvDowd Dowd Kelly Kelly Hemmingway
Sacrifice S acrifice hits b1tsGoodmanTames hitsGoodma Goodman a James Stolen Stol n j
bases baseBMc1IorrJs b McMorris Kelly Crane 2 2J Row ¬ I
ley cy M Fenton A Fenton Westervelt
Parsons arsons Goodman 2 Double Doubleplay play
James T ames to Wilkie 1V1lk Ilkie to toNorthedg Northedge Jilt by b I
pitcher P ltcherB itcherBy By j James S 4j 4 br b Goodman GOodmal11 1
Umpire T mpirclnve Dave Venable Y nable Time of game game
1 hour and 15 minutes
4
1 NOTES OF THEGAIVIE THE GAME J
Westervelt Calvarys Calvarysgoodtirst good first base
man Is J9A afflicted ffl 1ctedWIt with the thehPbit habit of talk t lk ¬
ing ag too much Another Langley Langley L < a
fan f an said yesterday
Wilkie Congregationals backstop is J
one o ne of the thebetcatchers best catchers In the second
section s Wilkfe shot1 be great on
catching catChIn c fthe the base baS stealers steal ers as he Is the
son s on of John E Wilkie the chief of
the t he United States Secret S ret Service
The Congregatiohals Co gregat1oiJals lost the game l
largely larg Jy through poor p or base bas e erunnIng running Five ir ire e l
or o r six SIX scores were lost in this way v y I
I
James Wilkie and Northedge pulled
off o ff a fast double play in the seventh In f
ning n ing catching a amanat man at the plate and
at mi t first base
Goodman Goadm n the theT Technical chnfcal High School t
pitcher p itcher on onCalvarv Calvary is a ar good pitcher i ia a
but iit occasionally 0 ccasionaUyshQWs shows lack of head
work w orSt l
PIlEPARE FOR SU SUMI IER ER I
Assist nature In insetting ir getting the system ready rea dy
I
for the depressin g Summer months
The c hange o f Nature from Winter an d Spr in g to Summer is iSl1ogrea no greai greatr r than the th
c han ge that ta kes place in our phys ica l lsystems ls systems s at this season an d few can C n un undergo dergo it
w ithout some manifestation o f disor der Some nave no particular a ilment but are just I Iw
worn out an d tire t re d dw w ith the ir ener ner gies so de plete d that they are tota lly un fit for work workor or
phys physIca ica l lexertlon exertion o f fan an y kin d The
a ppetite is var va ria ia ble the y yare ate peev is h h HER HE SYSTEM BROKEN BROKENDOWN DOWN
hyste hyster rica ica l lan l an d do o ften unreasona ble the Gentlemen For over four year years I I Suffered from general
j r 11 debility causing a thorough breaking down of my mysystem system
di gestion IS IS imperfect Imp Impr r fe fect t the Stomac h de so that I was unable fo to to attend attendto to to my household duties I
rangfe ran ge d dan ail d da a ltogether they the y are mere had hadtried tried other medicines which did dl not relieve me Seven
T 1 Tf i ATA 1 yaars ago my cousin who ha had d been een benefited by S S S
d drags Jracrc rags m In rli t their 1 leIr ir fTfrir ever y rav d day a y yhe l li Ilie liiA he T To I o 0 r ot others fh h ers ic told i me about it i it I tried ± it and UjJt it ll8S has onredmeI cured me r I have
the return o f Summer means the return always been able toa to attend te d to my Ill Illdutie duties s se e er r rs sincet since cet infact in fact fact
r j r j am able to work in the garden as well weRas as in in my house I
o f f dIsease for warm weather 1S sure to heartily recommend S SS S S to aU who may feel the need
force out the hi hidden dden poisons po isons an d dsee see ds o f for of a thoroughly thoroughlygood good bloo blood d tonio YOUrstruly Yours truly I
44 W V 9th St Columbia olumbIa Tenn hRS MRSJA J A BRITTAIN
u I t 1 1 J i eun l
d j which hh h have h 1 t d diii ii
disease lSeaSe W wnic IC ave accumulated accumu a t e m the tl Ie
bloo d dur du rin in g the Winter an n d dsome some o ld HIS SKIN MADE CLEAR
c hron hronic ic trou ble ma kes its a ppearance The doctors said I had pustular Eczema it it would break
out ° ut in n small white ite mostly mostlyon on face and hands
Bo ils Eczema Tetter Acne sca ly lyeru lr erup eru p pustules my myfaoe
V J J t discharging a stioky fluid crusts would Wouldform form and drop dropoff off I
tions tlonsras raslies ras i hes pimples etc 1 brea break i k kout out also a t lso leaving the skin red and andlnflamed inflamed I was tormented with
at this time an d the heate d dseason Season is the itohingand itching and burning bur ing characteristic of the disease dlse 8se for
fivo and during the time used various medicate d
years
made ma de worse by L by 7 ji the i burnIn burnin g and an d dItchIn j itchin t g gS09ps soaps ointments and washes but these thes applications
o f these s kin tortures seomed scoinec to tom make k me worse After Afterta taking ingS S S S a short r
1 < tima timiJI I began to improve the itching did not worry orry me so
i
Dunn I Jlirmp g tile the Winter wlnterIl10ntlls TSOnthS WS we > llve J1Vf fl a mu mnn V h I T continue ntit5nnor d i tVio the Tno medicine H HfTH < fTH and onr t cnnri soon a all ll ihertgly the Via ugly lw
shutiu S c liii tjfl life as C ts much muc h has hi as i possible poss oss ible breath breathcru a ii cru eruptions ptiols disappeared 8S and S St SS my S skin Is now now as clear as
I anybodyshave anybodys I have not been troubled t since
lU g me the im pure air or closed close c d drOOTI1S rooms aii ana d urbana Urbana Ohio E E KELLY
heate d do o ffices we in du lge our a ppetites
to the fu llest eatin eating eatingmore g more o f the heav ier r ic her foo ds s an d ta ke a a great dea l less exerc dse ise
As a resu lt the bloo d grows thic thick thickan k kan an d ds s lu ggis h the Liver Kidne ys Bowe ls an d dother other
avenues o of f bo dily dilywaste waste become inactive an d du ll fa iling ilin g to carr y out the po isons w v hic h
form form in the system an d these are a absor bsor be d by the bloo d Then w v hen warm warm varm weather
comes com s the bloo d is stirre d to qu ic ker action an d begins to throw o ff these po isons an d
they fin d lo dgment in the system an d pro duce disor ders o f fvar var va ious ious kin ds
The time tulle to pre pare for Summer is be fore any an y ywarn warn in g symptoms sym ptoms are fe lt or r the
see ds o f disease have time to get too dee ply roote d in the bloo d The bloo d ds s hou ld be
c leanse d dan an d dever ever y part o f the thesystelu system s put in goo d dwor wor kin g gor or der dersowe so we can start the tr ying yin g
summer season tu lly pre pare pared d to w v ithstan d the disor d isor ders an d diseases it br britigs in gs I
S S S tbe reco recogn gn ize d kin ic in g go o of f bloo d pur ifiers is the reme dy w v ith ithw w hic hich h to pre pare
the system for summer It not on ly bu ilds u p the constitution constitu tion but goes down into the
bloo d dan 1 an d dsearc searc hes out a ll po isons that have accumu accumulate late d du dur rin ring in g the Winter as we ll llas as
those th se that ma y bp b lur kin g there from o ld ldc c hron ic trou bles It is isa a ton ic an d da a ppetizer
w ithout an e qua l an and d in cases caseso o f fde de bility bilityvea wea kness I
nervousness an d that fagge fa gge dont d out rundown con dition
it is unexce lle d Every part o f the s ystem is tone d
up upan U p pan an d dre re juvenate d by this great reme dy There is
I 1 one feature o f S S S that is possesse d by it a lone
it is entire en tire ly lyve ve geta ble le w hile lli lC other bloo d dme me dic dicines ines
on the mar ket conta con ta in Potas h or some other harm fu l I S
minera minera l lin in in gre g e dient to deran d Ian ge the stomac h an and and d 1
digestion disagreea bly blya a ffect the bowe ls or otherw ise damage dama ge the system
The wa va y to to prepare for Summer pro per pe rly ly is to get the bloo d pure pur an d dstron stron g gw w ith
S S S the lea der o f fa a ll bloo d dme me dicines an d the best o f ton ics Our boo k kon on the bloo d
an allC d dan l an y me dica l la a dv ice icev w ishe is he dw d w T ill j ll be sent w v ithout c har ge to a ll llw w JIovr ho wr write ite
THE SWIFT SP SPECIFIC IFI BQMPAtiY ATLANTA A TLANTAJ J GA 9
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