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THE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONTIlES T TIMES SATURTJAYM SATURDAY SATUTh M My Y27 Y 27 1903 190 9
I COMMENT OMMENT 9 GOLF 0 0 0 ATHLETICSTURFBOXINGI AtRLETIC TURF BOXING I
BLUE ANn GRAY
I 1 IN IN POUR snAPE SHApE I
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Ya frsityWjI1 r sitf WJlI Play Yale at
New ew Haven
STAR STARTWIRLERs TW I R L E RS MISSING
Ayera Ayerand d Drennan Were Una ble to
1r Make ke riaptain ri aptain Morgan
Indisposed
NEW NE HAVEN I iN May 27 2iThe The George ¬
town players are scheduled sch duled to play Yale
here today S but as aathe a they came to New
c Haven in a crippled condition the hopes
of victory tefon are re not notveI very bright
Both of the the star starIitchors Vitchers pltche rS Ayer A er and II
Drennan were o t left le rt behind be lnd at a at tW Washing W t1Shing slung r 1
ton the th former by an attack of tons l rl
mis and the latter by b force of circum ¬
stances examinations exam inatIons that could not be b
postponed d Drehnan will viIl finish up his lii I Ipostponed
examinations at Washington toda today y and ant
Will Join the team at New York to pitch
the game g against Fordham on Monday lIond v 1
TTie he e condition of Ayer A er was not the t he I
iirishtest when the team left Washing
ttmiss tsm as j some of nfthe the attending physicians I
fearettlt feared it t nwas wn was diphtheria so he was Win
quacantlneiclv qUarnuthl to await developments deelopmentslt c1ee lopments It 1 t
is iSPQs s possible ihle that he may ma start for New Ne r
York YOrkon oh on Tuesday TU sda i
Morgan Sick
At Ai one time It was uns feared this EHp i
would Have to be given up as Captain 1
Morgan who Is Aycrs roommate r ommlte had
a asUght slight sllg ht touch of the same trou trouble ble but bu
heroic treatment brought him around on or 1
Thursday night
The pitching staff at present prelentjconsists consists
of ° White hife on the regulars regul rs and yours L
He Healey 1rea1e Iey who nQ has been be n twirling the best bes
part v of th the season > for tho Tesenesi rese reserves i iesi esi
COa Loacb oach lr cAppeEipus < > pperious and Captain C ptaln Morgari lIorc ri
have l1a ve not ot yetemade et ade up UI their th air minds as to t
ffin Si10 Elis ho uvlJ UdG d Jfhe the he pitching pitchingagalnst against jthe th tin
Burns1W BUrnWjft fh Team
Jim JiriB JiriBr JBurns Burns r ns the center c riter fielder made up ti
his mind to go at the last minute and ant i
will Willretun vii1 return return i to Washington Washingtonto T ashington to finish his iii
examination at the close doseo of the trip ti lp
On account of the crippled condition 1 J
of the players it has been be n decided d cided not no noI I
to make the long IOii trip tri to Hanover HanocrN N N
H to to play pIa the Dartsmouth It was a alsc iso
discovered that in order to make the th i
return turn from that t at place to Boston and onc 1
get out to Andover the team > would
4iave ave to leave lear at 3 a m and would not flOl
arriyeat arJY arr1veatrdo 8t p ndpi ey yer r r until 330 O p pm m This T hli i
would be too too much of a journey Journc for one u
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hA G EVAR LYAHYM M ETH nOlST U 0 1 ST
BEAT BEATSt HT ST STEPHENS STEP H ENS I
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Considering the theCondit Condition n of the Mt f
Pleasant PIe s t Grounds GrO I1d the t Fielding i lding j
1 Was First Class i 11
1 t Jf l S p C uri 4 I
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Calvary M E put the kibosh on St St
Stephens St ePhens on the thelIt Mt Pleasant p Iasu nt grounds s r O un dS i
yesterday t tevening evening Score 6 to 3 i
The game was hotly hotl contested contest d from I j
the thcfirat first Although Alt oughi the he ground w was s
r rtluer < ther wet an anI d the b bafl baflSoggy 1lsoggy Soggy but few I
errors were we remade made t terrors
Th The score scoret c r
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Calvary 21 E it iL H O A E
Quantrelle Ib 01 0 1 1 51 5 1 0 OJ C I I
Graves GidV c 0 1 6 4 0 1
Lord XGrdr XGrds5i LordS42 r s5i sa 2 1 5 4 1
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Kerr If J 0 2 21 1 00 0 0 I
F Symahoskl Symahosklcf SStnlln Kl dcf K lcf cf 0 0 0 5 O 0 C I 1
Wiihispsis SaIuIcri rthl r 7 i r > o 0 o o o 1 I Irthl
Burroughs f > 3lJl 3I b 1 1 1 2 8 ti 0 C I 1
ThcirpV Th Thorpe rpet EfV Ef f 11 1 1 0 0 0 I i ij I j
Springsguth 2b b 1 = 2 3 = 1 1 I j f I II I
Totals w t 6 9 27 16 2 I
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St Stephen 1b V t l lt H O A A E E
Hayden Ha den c O 1 6 0 0 i I
Conner 3b 1 1 1 1 4 0 I I1
Xander ss Ill i 2 > 3 > 1 II
Lyn Lvnham ham Ib 1 13 3 J 12 0 0 I 11 I
Rhodes cfV Ov jO 0 1 0 0 1
Hunt iunt If lr ft 0 30 3 0 0 0
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Ernest 2b 0 2 3 1 1 L I
Sillier M 111 er rf 0 0 0 0 0 1 I
M McKnight I nigh L R j n 0
Jt h SSlS 3 12 24 11 1L 2
tfalvarv < han M l E 1 2 0 1 10 1 1 0 x6 x I
St St t Ste StepIie pKe hs s 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 i3 3 J
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I IEarne Earned Earne Eari kd d drunsCahahi runsCahahi runs Calvary M E 5 St
Stephens teph ns 1 1 First baseb base by r errorsCal I
Vary ur M E 2 St St Stephens 2 Left on ot
bases 1asesCa1ary Calvary M E 5 St Stephens
10 l First base on balls ballsQrr Off McKnight
2 oft Wahler 2 Struck Str ck out outB outBy By Mc ¬
Knight I nlgi1t 6 by Wahler 3 Home run
Burroughs Threebasehit ThreebasehltGmcs Graves Two >
base hits hltsThorpc Thorpe Lord Stolen bases bases
Hayden Ha > den Xander Quantrelle Lord 3
Kerr Sprlngsguth Double plays pla s I IKerr
Rhodes to Ernest Xandes to Lynham L nham
Hit I it by pitcher PitCherBY By Wahler 1 Umpire
Mr Betts Time of game gamel 1 hour and anc
SO minutes 1
1 NOTES OF OFTHE THE GAME l I
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Although Calvary scored the most
tallies St StStephans Stephens got twelve tw lve hits to tc
the winners nine
Lord at short shorttor for the winners played pla cd L
a n star game
Dick Conner for the St St Steohen
Ites was easily the star for his team
his arm being in especially gf5bd god od condi ¬
tion
Xander Xandersq Xanders1iOUh1have sh6uld uldhave have gotten a bouquet
when vien he stabbed that thattly fiy y with one hand
ang jC pver or a a double
McKnight NcInlghthadthebest had the best of the argu ¬
ment In the pitching debate
Red has a nice clean row row of zeros
following his name
Burroughs made his opponents sit up u I I
and take notice when he bumped the th i
horsehide for torn a homer ho ther
Lord will bein be In the 4 4lce Ice box before
h hI is a year older if he dont quit tak ¬
ing i g 1 bases bnl1 which do not belong b long to him
So now
There were tW9 double plays pl tYB in the
game and both were made by b the losing
team tt IT
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Picked Crew CrewvVill Will Race
Pennsylvania Today j
MUCH INTEREST IN MATCH i I i
College and Club Oarsmen to Measure 5 i
Blades on Schuylkill Course
Cornell Corn ll Juniors
PHILADELPHIA May 27Coach 1
Ellis Ward said this morning that f c I
1 Penns nns varsity crew f would surely race rac 3 i
t the Vesper crew cr w in the American Hen ¬
1 ley e y cm dh fli the Schuylkill today Captain i I
n Taylor Mho ho was struck on the shoulder r
by b > > a stone thrown by b > some one from 1
r the trolley tr lley bridge on Thursday Thursda was in It 1
1 his usual seat No No7 7 when the crew cre v r
1went went out yesterday csterda r Taylor Ta lor said that
while the wound caused him pain never ¬
t theless thel s he would be on hand today He Ht >
i had two stitc stitches hes put in his left shoulder
All the outoftown crews have ar ¬
rived and are located along boathouse
row Every visiting crew was on the
water last evening and the rowing en ¬
thusiasts were given giv > n an opportunity to tc I
size up the different oarsmen
Interest in Cornell
The Cornell Corml1junlor Junior crew came in for fora a s L
great deal of attention The boys look
to be in good condition and should give
a good account of themselves Cox
will stroke the crew crewin In place of Adams
who was taken sick a few days day ago The
IHarvard Harvard eight and four Yales Yal s fresh
man t Han eight the Stone School eight of
Boston the Union Boat Clut Clubs > s four
oared oaredcr crew wand and the Ariel four of Bal ¬
timore tim ore all took too k practice prac tice pulls The river
presented a very ver active appearance
Pennsylvan Pennsy Pennsy1r Jran an ia Crews
Ellis Ward coached coac hedhls his three crews
from the Ben Franklin The first and l
second ecOnd crews had a a short brush from
Ithe the he trolley trll y bridge to Rockland with the t
varsity varslt crew rew leading all the way ay I
Interest centers in the race between L I j
Penns varsity var sity and the Vesper eight as a I I
this th tho t his is is the only chance enthusiasts will I
Ihav have hav of seeing the Vespers in a race be ¬
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fore f ore they sail for England
The Philadelphia Barge Club is enter ¬
taining t the Harvard eight the Unions I
four and the Ariels four The Stone
School SChooleight eight is located at the Crescent c rescent
Boat BoatCluhs Clubs house the Bachelors have S
the th t he Cornell Co rnell eight as their guests gu ests while
the t he Yale eight eightis is quartered at the Uni
verslty versit Barge B rge Club
Unless he can obtain a battle before t
the end of the th eye year r Marvin loIa rln Hart t says say S t
h no i will retire from pugilism PU illsm and devote
his time to o farming The Kentuckian j
says aae there Is more money in farming
All Close P Finishes illishes
In Br Brghtwood luhtwoodRace Rac es
Hudgecraft Stepped Fastest Mile of o Meeting In
216 2160 2 16OKeefes OKeefes 1 KeefesNewtfblse New Hbi Noise se L L J J K KMade Made
Good GoodNotes Notes J tes of 9ftheMeeHng the Meeting v I
The closing day of the circuit meet ¬ I
lug lngilt uit t Brightwood i pra ireduced reduced duccdlY by far f ar the th I Ilngilt
bEst sport of the th four cur day f racin racing g
There were fi finishes lI5hes in every cver1 cver1tace everyPace racethat tace tJI tha tt t
brought the the3O 3000 1 XI O spectators to their Yf foot get
and a d brought c bheers heers for the winner
The freeforall in which the th best bes t t
racers of the meeting meetingw were ere shown shown was Win P5
the th feature fex nrc It was won on by bt S Bgswells BQsw BstelI Us C j
Hudgocraft HU1gcra f t in 11 four heats he atg He stoppdil stop id 1 1
the second secona heat finishing a liead l1cndln iri I i I j
front of Prince E RL L in 216 2 16 thefast the fastest fast st L t
mile of thij meeting Hu Hudgecr 3ffecraft ft left l
1 his l1i feet nt it t the tle start pt 11e tie t ue first flrl t heat
and was i a SHwr never ft in it but lmfthen lie I e next xt three thr 7
heats were his hh
Close Finish
In the tl1e220 220 pace Prince Pr J1c TTararfd ga1 aa1aidGad al p pGlad Glad ¬
stone hooked up in intheclascsth the closest heat at of o ol
rthe the meeting no n o morethfipi more thayi si n inches in hes
separating s them them under ttfe towire u Vvvire wire It II t
looked like a a dead heat to those at al t
ah an angle angJefrom from the th finish firish but ln t the judges
placed pac Prince Hal first
The Summaries
225 2 5 pace purse SM f 5 J
L J 3 K J JOKeefe J OKeefe v vl l f 1 1 J L
Olga Hicks Mullaly 222 2 22 2
A A Tayntor F Mindel findeli 3 3 33 i I
Heniss Queen nV W 1T K j Turner 4 44 45 4 5 l I
Allie AlHenV W Lewis 5 5 A 4 s
Nellie R Javins BrosO Bos C 6 5 i J
Time 2211 221 22I4 4 222 222 2227z ½
Freeforall purse ZOO 300 s
Hudgecraft S Boswell 5111 5 1 1 1 I
Prince E L tH H McHenry JfcHenr 1 2 3 0 2 L
Gayety Ga > et Speedway Stable Bal ¬
timore 3423 3 4 2 3 3
Sadie Temple Tem le J II Harmon Hnrmon2 2344 2 3 4 1 I
Minthor Hicks Mullaly lIullaI u 4 555 5 5 5 a
Time 2lGi 21614 4 2l 2 j3 G2l < 3 217 217
240 trot trotorpnce trotor or pace purse 300
Prince A B Hilleary 41131 4 1 1 1 1 L
Buckshot J F Koane Keane3 3 5 3 1 14 1 4 I
May 1ay Pearl 0 O Tibbetts 1 3 4 5 a 5 i
Miss White nV W tT Rackev 52222 5 2 2 2 2
Kitty Klt Kltl tY Wells e Ss SslC 1C Chick ic icJ J 2 4 ta t 5 4 3
Time T l mc 227 227t 7 I 4 224 2 22P4 4 228 21 231 31 22S2 223 28 29 9M 9 ½
220 pace purse 300
Prince Hal CL L M iL 1 Charles 1 1 11 1 t
Minnie Minnie1hom Thomps Js bn H HJ J Jamison 6 2 2
Gladstone Jumes Fletcher 2 G 3 3
Harry HarryH H 334 3 33 3 4 i i
Jack Homer 5 4 5
Sam McKay fcKa Javins Bros 4 6 G I r
Time 220 2191 4 2191 2194 4
I INOTES i INOTES NOTES OF THE MEETING r I M f
L J 1C K I which a hich J J Olveef 0 Keefe e bought bought t
the other day dt from S D Rulon Rulo n demon q fuOri ¬
strated stratedhis his class clJss yesterday by winning winnin g 3
the 225 pace in straight heats Mr
OKeefe played him in each heat and am 1
pot f ot back b ckn most 10St of the 1500 the horse
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cost CVSL him
VicePresident lt H Qppenheimers s
Robert H was was sold at atatlctlon tt auction at the lie
track yesterday t esterda He was a us knocked lui ckeddo down v vn n
tc > H T Wheeler heeler manager of the St
James for for2 270 2t O
fhree r Ir e horses 110 r es in in tJl the e 240 2 0 trot tro t or 0 rpa pace C e
Ufwerecb Itwere l their thelrmarks marks Prince A the th j
Dinner winn winner r brought bro ght his figures down rt to
t2 V22 2 3 A 4 May M Mts ri Pear p n r 1 stepped S tc pp Cd j the th Ii e fl first rs t heat Ii a t
fai it 227 2 21 4 and an Buckshot Buckshotssent went it it in 231 2 31
In the mixed race Buckshot was pro
nouncedvdistiiiiced Xlounceddis nounced d at til11cedIn inced In the second heat
but was perm pe permitted permitted rmitted itted to tocontlnuernclng continue racing
by the unanimous consent of the tllcother other
dr drlv driters ivers rs Through the > leniency lenienc of the
drivers he won second money
Despite De pitc the poor showing of Minther siinther
who whowas was as last in the tte freeforfiH free tor fo all n Mr
Mulla l1u lla ly of Hicks Hick Mullaly lIullalyof Mullal of Macon
Ga thinks thinks he Has has a good mare She ne
Js as honest as the day is long says s rs
Mr Mullalv and Is well behaved With
a little campaigning she will pick up
a afow few purses urses
Bedford Boy Bo with u lth a all mark rkot213 of 213 2 134 J
iwas was entered for the freeforall free e forall for all butI but i
was scratched It would have been oeen a 1
prett pretty race racit between him and Hudgcraft Hudcra I
Miss f ss Gleam another fast sidewh si sidewhueler ewh eler
and a awInl1era winner at tthe the meeting meeti lg fell a vic > lc lctim ¬
tim to the blue pencil I
The crowd for the four days averaged I
2000 2000daily daily yet the club did not make t
money mane The purses are larger than
ever before I Ear o fforotl 1 i i b > y a Wihintn Washington W1 h1ngtm
clu club b 1 and it takes many man v a admiss athr miss iiss ions ion s to te
come CCHl1eo out t on the right side o ci lc1t de of the ledger
The officials have accommodated accolnmo ate the
public In every eV eter ry way tsau and the club cluqde de
serves increased patronage patron a g This is the
first meeting of the club however and
the high standard of the sport has hts
pleased the racegoers Th3 Th fall meeting lIi ii Itetiii etiug
should be productive of financial sue
cess oe
Miss White had hadmore more speed than any
horse hotc O In in the ih mixed race but bu could not
carry it She ran away from her h r field
in the first threequarters but quit per ¬
ceptibly in in the stretch stretchandfirzt ah and < l first money mane
ras is snatched from her each time
On On DecorntionDa Decoration Day fG f fjr r laces 1 will be b be
held 1eld at atth the BrightwoOd Park Pit k There
will be a 2AQ 2 40 trot a t 230 pace a free
f orall for all alltiest best three in five Zieats eats at t a s
mile and nq a running running race race six sixC si furlongs rlongs
best two twoin in three heats A purse of ChIC 100
willbe m be hung up IP for the harness harne s races
and ind7o 75 5 is offered for orthe the runners En
tries close on Monday
11 Personal Comment Cmm nt on Men enand and j
Things In in in the he f1el Field of f Sports
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BASEBALL
Keeler and Conroy have them all
beaten when it comes to working the
squeeze play Boston Do > ton has fa iled to t pull
it off in the last four attempts i
Pitcher Overall Of > rall has chosen the wrong j I
vocation His place Is at the race
track He should know something
about jumpers i
Jalte Stahl is not satisfied with withpfe withthe the i
present outfit Rothgeb is his latest ac ac
quisitlon ql1isItl on and he has lines out for
Coulter Jones and Graham traham of Minne
apolis
Tom Hughes says there therewi will 1 be bono bonol no l
spitball for his I think too much of
my salary wing
COLLEGE ATHLETICS
Hawley of the Purdue track team teani i
and one of the best athletes in the mat I t
tution has been arrested and charged
with grand larceny In his room were bYt t 1 t
found clothes and jewelry missing by
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hisschQolmates his 1 h is schoolmates In addition tbelng to bein
a a good runner Hawley Hawlc led the Freshman l
class c cla c lass s in studies
Coach do chi Courtney says Cornells chances i
in n the American Henley Henle are slim > lIm Thats
what Mike Murphy says sasabout about the Yale
f football team m
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Harvard has won twelve intercol ¬
I IItgiate
legiate egiite meets and Yale has been first in
C eight ight Princeton has won on only one in I IeIght
1S76 18 876 6 Pennsylvania Penns3hanlahas has won four and
Columbia C three
MISCELLANEOUS I
Riley Grannan who ten years ago
ranked r with litll Pittsburg Phil as the big ¬
gest gestplunger g oat plunger then operating is now an
ordinary c orc1inir o bookmakers c c ce clerk lerk e rkat at Louis ¬
ville y ule
So far over weight is Young Corbett
that it is said he will have to take oft
a f pound a ndt day Y from now n ow on until U ntll the
time of his fight fi ght with Eddie Hanlon to
r make m ake 130 pounds TOM ROLAND
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The U S ommands
that thateverybotfie every bottle of Pure Whiskey 111ust rnubear bear
over th the cork corkthe 11 the GREENGl GREENGlrantee GREEN Guarantee rantee
Stamp In in ac 2ru cordance with the law I
s assed by the US U S Con =
I i in I lli it J = l7 gressand gressandigned signed
Ii I I t = U UjJ jJ 1 j II
ill d l r s b y the Preside n t
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NE < t I RO M MLa arC1 La 3 3rd r d 189 1 897 7 6
weST r FRONYOF T or CAPITOI
This Thisistheffighest is the highest possible
0 1 ccL ccLJ 1fs J t guarantee that
1 I 15 c A1
m sunfl3 ny Brool <
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vvnkey i key fel I
BOTTLED IN BOND
Is not lifimaturerartlflclaHy Immatur < tlnclalJy aged or adulterated Jn In any way vay bu but comes to toyot you rfpenad and a ai id d g
1 flavored only by storage storagefor for years in U S Bonded Warehouse Ever y bottle is mfedunder fiStet i under J
the direct dlre t supervision of Qovt Officials Offlclalsnnd and then sealed by U S 5 > Treasury Depts u GRS i3REN N N
STAMP Sunny Brook is the only Whiskey Whhl < eyawarded awarded Grand Prize and ColG Medal edaI
J at attl1e the St Louis Worlds Fair
SUNNV BROOK DISTILLE J CO Jefferson County IfJr y
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AMATEUR AM TEUR LEAGUES
SU NDAY SCHOOL SC OOL
Section SectionA Aj
1 W I L Pet
Fourth ourth Jt l t 6 3 667 6671
Gulvary M 11 E 6 3 657 6 g7
Guiitbn 5 i 3 362e 625 6 I
foundry 0Oundr i 5 4 555 a 5s
St StStpphens Stephens 4 4 500
Ginley 4 4 500 5j
Mt Pleasant Cong 3 A 4 428 4
Sixth Si Ul i > FO 0 8 000
Sectioc Se cti t B
W Y v L L Pet
Fifth FifthBapUstj Baptist i 6 1 857
Calvary Baptist 5 3 362o 625
Alt it Ar Arcrnon orison i J 5 4 555 5i
Douglas M 1 E 4 4 45Qt o 500 Oa
Metropolitan Baptist Baptist3 3 5 5 37o 3 3t
First Ccngregational 1 1 JI r 42 125 2
CAPITAL CITY CIT
w r LPct IA A pet
St Stephens Institute 5 0 lpoo
Columbia Athletic Club 6 1 857 85
St Patricks Club 3 2 2 600
St Aloysius 2 3 400 44
St Josephs 1 1 5 166
Carroll Institute 0 6 003 00
DEPARTMENTAL
WL w WV L Pet
War 5 0 1000
Navy S i 4 0 1000 I
Agriculture Agr icuIt lr h 3 1 750
I Postofllce 2 2 f foo > 00 I IPostoffice
Library 2 3 400
Com and Labor 1 2 333
Treasury i 1 3 250
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Interior 1 3 250
Justice Of 0 5 ooq ooc XX
MARQUETTE
WLPct V L Pet
St Paul 7 2 777
St Vincent 5 3 625
St Martin 1fartinL i 5 4 555
St StPatrlck Patrick 4 L 6 444
Trinity k 3 5 375
Immaculate 2 7 222 2
EPISCOPAL
i W L Pet
I St Pauls 4 1 800
Trinity Trini ty 4 1 i 800
Epiphany Cathedral 3 2 600
St Johns < W V 2 s 40Q
St Johns J hns G i 2 3 400
Epiphany < piphan i 3 250 25
Christ Church > J 3 000
TODAYS TODA YS SCHEDULE
J Sunday School 1
Mt Pleasant PleasaniCongregatlonalvs Congregational vs
Sixth Fourteenth street and Ly
decker avenue <
Calvary C lvar Baptist vs Douglas
Northeast
Departmental
Treasury vs vsNayy Navy
Marguette 1rar elte
Trinity vs g St Vincent VInc nt
Episcopal
St Paul Paulvs vs s Epiphany y Monument
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SAM LANGFORD WORSTS
YOUNG YOUNGPETER PETER JACKSON j J
MARLBORO Mass 1 May 27 27Sam Sam n
I Langford of Cambridge received the th e
decision d ecision tonight over Young Peter PeterJack Jack ¬
son of ofBalttmore Baltimore at the end of ofnelose a close cbs e
and an a nd ci ciexciting exciting fifteenround bout before befor e
the Highland Athletic Club of this city
KELLEY KELLE9ILL WILL MANAGE
BOSTON BOSTONNATIONALS NATIONALS
Cincinnati Red to Lead the I
Hnbites I I
NEW YORK May Iay27Tllere 27 27There There is n n
strong possibility that Joe Kelley man ¬
ager ofLthe oLtheCln of the Cinc Cincinnati innati c nnati Reds R 8 will direct
the playing pla lng affairs of the Boston Na ¬
tional League LcagueC Club ub next season
The aggressive manager of the Ohio
aggregation was wasfntroduced introduced yesterday
afternoon t to taFrank Frank ranlt V Dunn who re ¬
cently centlypurch1g purchased d the interests of the
Boston triumvirate trium liate and an Important
conference foll followed wed The question qu stl n of
Kelley assuming the management mnnniement mnnageme t of
next years Boston team was < discussed
at length but whether a definite decis ¬
ion had been reached could not be as ¬
certained both Kelley Iten and Dunn Dun h re ¬
fusing tusin g to answer answer ihqufr inquIries ies on this point
In Kelley Kelleys s Shoes
It is generally understood bores l1 rejthat that
Ed Hanlon will take Kelleys job next
i season and Foxy Neds apt pupil is
i iseeldng seeking a berth elsewhere That he
would accept the place as manager of a
team whose owners will give him carte
blanche In all deals and supply hir him ri with
a liberal sum of money with which to
strengthen the nine Is patent to all of
Kelleys friends
Kelley and Dunn it is said s sal l are to
discuss the th matterurther matter further and a final
reply is expected from Kelley KeH y before
the present season Is half over ove = i
EXCURSIONS
Specia l 350
Memorial Day
EXCURSION j i
ToOLD POINT
and nd r NORFOLK r K
via Norfolk Washington
Steamboat Companys Compan ys superb
steamers steam rs leaving Monday
May 29 650P j30 30 P M
Returning to city Wednesday morning morn ing
Roundtrip Tickets 350
Por staterooms apply at office
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Dancing every week night after the concert
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days 1 each Sunday and Tuesday Tuesda tickets
good day of Issue only 50c 5Oceacl1 each children
half fare all trios
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steamer Pocahontas Saturday evening n and nd d
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1030 pm
Land at Alexandria
LAST PLANKED SHAD DINNER DIN iR
Music and Dancing All Amusements
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VIEW II May 28
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CONCERTS BY RIVER VIEW ORCHESTRA
Pr Prize ise Bowline Bowlin and All the Amusements
Take steamers from Seventh street wharf wha
at 11 am 245 545 45 pm
TICKETS 25 5 CENTS
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DECORATION DAY
RIVER VIEW
TUESDAY MAY 30
More Moreamusementa amusements than all resorts about abos
Washington ashlngtoncomblned combined
RIDE THE CHUTE
RIDE THE LITTLE HIV2H jU
RIDE THE TOM aTTUMB l RAILWASf RAILW r
RIDE THE PLEASURE CANAL
And all the other attractions attra tlons
Music and Dancing All Day
NO CROWDING CRODINGTWO TWO STEAMERS
Harry Randall and T V Arrowsmlth will
leave River View Wharf foot 7th St at
10 am 215 230 630 and 645 pm Re ¬
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