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> THE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONTJMES TIMES SUNDAY MAY 28 281 190 05 C f
EASTERN TEAMS
ARE BErEA DEFEATED TED
Detroit Cleveland ClevelandandChi and Chi ¬
cago Winners WT illflers
TIGERS DOWNED ATHLETICS
Mulliii Mulfip Victorious in His Fourth Game
Pitched in a Wee WeekBoston k Boston
Was r rag ag Easy
liETRQIT DETRQIlMnv27Detroif DETIWIT May Mn 27 2Detroit Detroit defeated
Phila Ph1IndeIha Jn delphia 4 1hia today fod y In a a game that thtit was vias
close cJC s and IHld In doubt until the last man
was 1Vasr retired tfr d The hitting of OLeary and
Donovan Iom > vln featured d the contest for De ¬
trot troi 1 while a fast double play pIa by byDrl1l Drill
and d Crawford undoubtedly saved the
game ame for Detroit in lnthe in the sixth slxthMullln Mullin
though pitching for the fourth time this
w week wee e k was > hit consecutively In but one
Jnnin f
Score S Qre
Detroit R R H PO A E
Schaefer 2b 0 G 0 4 0
Cooley ef 0 0 2 0 0
Donovan If l S 1 0 0
Crawford Cxa f r a lb 0 2 10 1 0
C6ugijri3b Cougt1n 3b i 1 i 1 2 1 1
HicKman 1 rf 0 1 1 2 0 0
OLeary OLcarjss ss 1 3 2 0 1
Drill Dr n c QO 0 0 8 1 1
MuUm iullin p 01 0 0 1 2 0
Totals 3 10 21 10 3
PhtI PhIIdelphIa QelphiaR It 11 PO A E
Barn Barper r 1f 1 2 t2 2 00 0 0
Intgnk S sa 0 1 1 3 0
DayI l i U i 0 0
Croas3b Cross 1 0 1 0
8eY Sybod otdrf I 0 1 0 0
Murphy 0 3 2 0
H1fmanncrr1 Hofmann 1 1 0 0
PQehic Powers O 1 1 5 2 1
l Plank > la 1 p p 0 0 U 4 0
Seheclc chcclc 0 0 0 0 o 0
fEarton Bart Bartcm n 4 0 0 0 0 0
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Totals 2 7 t 24 i 12 4
Batted Batfed for Powers Powers in the ninth
Batted Battedfor for Plank iri 1 the ninth
Philadelphia P ii a e1phia 00 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 02 2
Detroit D trtut 0 1101000 1 1 1 0 1 0 00 0 0 x x3 3
Twobase hits hllsC httsCoughlin Cbughlin ushlln OLearyHof
man Threebase hit hltHlckm Hickman n First
en en balls b ballsOff llsOtt Off Mullin 3 off Plank 3 First
on onerJOrsPhlladelphla errors errorsPhiladcliyhia Philadelphia 3 Left on
basespDetrolt b 5Detrolt 10 Philadelphia 7 Sac ¬
rifice hits hitsOL hitsOLeary OLeary ar Schaefer Stolen
bases basesDrlll Drill OLeary OL ary Donovan Craw
ford Hoffman 3 Powers P wers Struck out
By MulHn 4 by b Plank 4 Double D uble plays
Drill Mullin and andDrJll Drill Crawford and
Drill Prm Hit by pitcher pitcherCrpss Cross Attend ¬
ance apcej 4500 4500Umplre Umpire UmpIreClly Kelly lb Time Time2 2
hors and 5 5mlntlte m minutes inutes
BUNCHING BUJiCH IIG OF HITS
SAVZD SAV = D CLEVELAND
CLEVELAND May 27 27The The Napoleons
bunched b buchetl Mdhlts hits on bothHogg both Hogg and Powell
thefOrmer t theformer 1e rdr nerp1tching8Ix pitching six innings and the
latter l t er two Fultza Fultzsmagnlficent magnificent fielding
was w i is s the tl1 sensation of the game g mc
Score cgr
Now N w York B RH H OA 0 A E
Eutsf Eult cf uu O 1 i 6 0 0
Kcelfir Kcel r rf 0 2 0 0 0
Williams Yillh p82b 2b 01 0 1 3 4 0
Anderson And rson If I 1 0 0 0 0
Cpiiroy 3b 0 1 1 2 1 O
Chase E lb u 1 1 1 3 2 1
Ye jTeager gEr 85 0 13 I 3 1 0
McQuIre c 0 1 6 0 0
Hoggi Hoggp p o 0 > 0 1 1 3 0
Powell p 0 0 0 0 0 0
ppusherty P1J Douthertyo erty 0 00 0 0 0 0
tQrth QrSh j i o o o o
G
Totals Tpt 13 38 3 8 24 2 11 1
Batted for Hogg
JBatted Bfi Batted tedtor for Powell
Cleveland R R It IT o A A E
VniQn Vlnson inaon Jf 0 0V 0 20 2 0 0
Bay Baycf cf f O 01 0 0 0
Flick Fll k rf 1 0 2 0 0
I Iv Lnj Lajole v ajoie 2b i 2 3 2 0
Bradley B dJe 3b 2 2 5 2 1 1
Turner ss i i i I 2 2
StpValU lb i 1 0 7 1 1
BemiS BemiSj Bentisc j c u 0 2 5 2 0
Moore Mo re p 0 1 1 1 2 0
r Totals H G G 8 27 11 l 4
New NewYork York 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 3
Cleveland O 1pnd 00001203 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 3 x tf J JTwQ
TwQ Twobase base hits bitsConroy Conroy Bemis Bern is Lajole
Threebase Tlr ebase hit hitTurner Turner First base on
bajls b bafls13y l1JBy By Moore 2 by b Hogg 4j First
base pn onerrorsNew on errors errorsNew New York 4 Left l ft on
basesMleveland baseS le lal1d 7 New 1 cw York r ork 9 Sacri ¬
flee hit hftTuII1er Turner Stolen bases bassAnder > sAnder Ander i
son sOriConroy Conroy Bradley Strus Stru outBy out By
Moore 4 by Hosrg 4 by Powell 1
Double Dou le plays plays pinysMeGuire MeGulre IeOulr to 1VlIll Williams ms to
Hogg Hit by pitcher pitc pitcherBradley l lerBradle erBradle Bradley Wild
S pitch pttchMoore Moore and Hogg Attendance
7535 35 Umpires Um LrnpiresSherjdan P IreSSherlda Sheridan nand and McCarthy McCarth
Time Trq of game gamcl 1 hour and 55 minutes
DOCTOR WHITE HELD
CHAMPIONS SAFE
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CHICAGO CffiCAGO May 27Bunchlng 27 Bunching of hits
in file hesi e sixth th Inning enabled the Chicago
Americans A l11et cans to defat the UeBo Bostons tonshere here
today White held the visitors safe saf until
the th latter part of the game
Score SC Jc
Chl Chicago ngo R 11 H i O A E
Jones c 10 o 5 0 0
Holmes 1f 2 2 4 0 0
Green rf l 1 2 2 0 0
Davis SS 0 1 1 3 2 0
Don lonohue hpc lb 0 0r r 0 7 0 0
Sullivan n e 1 I 1 5 0 0
1a tanelIUl 1elIl1 3b 1 1 02 0 2 0
Dun Durdon OJ 2b 2 4 0 2 0
Whlte hH e P 0 0 3 0
Totals ToinJ 9 11 26 9 2
Criger Cd Crfgr ± r rout r out hit by bYbatt batted d ball
Boatdn 13otit n R R H 0 A j j E
Aelunchcf fielbach cf 0 0 0 0 0 0
Pr Paren t Is 1 0 3 1 1 1
Bmken If 0 O 0 0 0
CcllfM 0 1 3 0 1
Prc mn 1 1 2 0 0
Grlm Gr1sliaw tuw lb OQ 0 0 13 13 0 0
F Ferris nls 2b 0 2 1 I 4 0
CrJge e 0 1 4 2 0
DJ Dineeb eh p 0 0 0 3 0
Totals tp nJs 2 4 24 13 1
Chicago O ou 00000432 00 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 2 x x9 9
Boston o 0001001002 o o i o 00 o i o o or 02 r 2
Twobase Twobase hits hitsDu Dundon ndon Tannehill
Threebase hit hitGreen Green First on balls
I Oft OPhe plneen IDin cu n 1 1 Left on bases basesChicago Chicago
Z Boston 4 Stolen b bases baseaDundon c3Dundon Dundon Bur
fcetti lett Ett Davis Holmes Struck out out13 outfly By
VJite J tiIe Hf r 5 i by b r Dineen 4 Wild ilI pitch
DIneen UmplreOLoughlin Umpire OLoughlln Time of
earae iiHPl ptme1 1 hourand 41 minutes
1 i SPORTING ORTING COMMENT 1 + i
R R C CJ J AThe V The Nationals NattonaJsplay play the Phila ¬
delphia delp a Athletics at a t National l ion 11 Park I rk on
June JU 27 7
Lfcon L o J Ames irne the New York National atlotal
pitcher pltch r has won every one oneot of the seven
games m s in which he has officiated omclat d
P Pr r
Leon L n DeMontrevllle of ofthisctty this city la
jna mPklng mlIn jngT good gPodas as playing manager of the
Charleston Charl tpn N C team
Heine j Teitz eltz who was kept oft the
coachtng coa bJ lines around the National
League c gp eclrcult circuit by order rder of President
Pumam has as received word word from the
chief lief executive JC cuUve that he may resumo
coaching c c J
No No more than three men will bat bl1tover over
500 against aq a a alast nstthttJ thIs seasons SC asons pitching x Jt tehing hlng In the
American Ame m f1can League says Lajole 1 i0
Y THE ALOYSIUS ALOYSIUSCLUB CLUB OF OF CAPITAL CITY LEAGUE
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Left i to Right RightKelly Kelly Ricker RickerF F Frre1l rrell rreIIMattingly Mattingly Spillane J Ji Luitici Manager Brown BrownCaptain Captain Mc McDowell Dowell Cantwell Corrigon Smith Sm itb Anl Andarsom ersQIt
lifiNis TENNIS TOURNEY
I BEGlN EEGINSTOMORROW TOMORROW
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Entries Entriest t in Singles for
Southern Championship
I ION
ON ON BACHELORS CO COURTS U RTS I
Draw Drawings ings in Ladies Singles and
i Mens ltlcBs and Mixed Doubles D ubles
Postponed
The nineteenth nlnet enth annual tennis tourna ¬
ment for the championship of o tha South
will begin b gi 1 tomorrow tom arrow afternoon at 2 2p p
m on the courts of the th Bachelors Baeh lOrs Ten ¬
nis Club in M street between Seven ¬
teenth street and Connecticu t Cavenue avenue
In mens singles thirtyfour entries entI s
have har e ucen cen received Including iI cludlng5ev several r11 of
the strongest players In the East The
drawings which were wlr made Ina Je last night nl < ht
resulted as follows
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Mens Singles
In the preliminary round ronmtYB roundW W B Wood
vs V1GT G W Kelly KCIl R R W Hills HmsVs vs AV T Don
Lundy LUnd
In Inthefirot the first round roundH K G Go Whitehea1
v vlN s N C Sher SheridanE Sheridan idan E W Y Dpnn jr vs
F C Colston Merriweather 1 Walker vs
J P P Paret A T E Brown l roVl Vs Gustavo
Touchard J C Davidson vs G N
Grosfyenor X S SSm1th Smith vs s J S Kerr
Jac k Eager vs G P Parks F B Poe
vs 1 winner of W V B Wood oodand and G W V
Kelly KeU match C H Karr vs winner of
R R W Hills Hil1 and W Don DonLundy Lundy matchG match
G G I Ij Lincoln j iucoln vs vsF F M 11 Van r ran an Hoesen S l
W V Hendri Hendrlck k vs YsV W H Sivenurton It R
H S Cake Cakcvt Vs L L1V I W V Glazebrook GJ3ze br Qok J M 11 1 1
Kenyon KenyonvsJ vs J H H Ba Baflinger illnger lInger Spencer Sp ncC1
Gordon vs 5 K T P Lamed F Gepghegan
vs 5 C R 11 Wilson
M A Phillips jr jr vs y
R D Little
The present holder of the champion c ¬
ship of the South Harry F F Allen of
I New York will be here to defend las
I Ititle title against the winner jnner of the all ¬
comers tournament
Drawings Postponed Postpon d
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Owing to the fact that not all the
entries which were expected rixp cted have been b en
received re elyed In the ladles singles the j I
drawings drawlng81n In this event were W cre put putor off until mt 11
Monday lIon ay afternoon the committee in I IlIon
charge of the tournament deeming deeming such uch I
i iaction action advisable The drawings for the I
mens In en s doubles dO ubles and the mixed mi cd doubles
I will be made at the same time I
Heretofore the committee has been
I very er ery lenient toward towa rd players pla er 5 5W who W ho have
been several hours late for thc thclr lr
matches In order that the tournament
btt r run un off as quickly qu iCkly and as a S satisfacto saU Sfa cto ¬
I rily nh as possible posslblethe the committee has de ¬
cided cld d to default any an player who is more
than ten minutes late when his match
118 Is called Play will begin promptly every
I afternoon a ternoonat at 2 oclock and all players
arc expected cxpCctt d to be on hand at that
time Tuesday Tue day Decoration Day play
will begin b ln at 10 a m
Twice Winners j
Entered in the coming tournamen t tare are
three men who have won the champion ¬
ship of the South twice anti nd in Incons cease ¬
quence have their names on the trophy troph
twice This trophy which is a hand ¬
some silver cup must he won three thre
times not necessarily in succession be ¬
fore It becomes the t c permanent property
of the winner J J P Paret J C David Davl ¬
son and a nd R D Little have each won it
twice Frank Geoghegan and H F
Allen the present holder have each won
the thetu tup cu once
WASHINGTON CHOIR CIIOIRWOrr WON
The St Johns choir of this city In
the first firntgamc game ame of the season was vic ¬
I torious over the St Johns choir ChOlrof of
Georgetown by 17 to 5 The winners
lineup Hale center field Darraw third
base Moody second base Haight right
field Mayer first base Nelson left
field Wilson pitcher Tompkins catch ¬
er Blacke shortstop Teams averag a ¬
ing thirteen years address F Mayer Ma cr
2118 G street nor thwest
The Popular Richards
Tan Stag Oxfords
Were first in ir showing the new ¬
est lasts In Mens neat and st stylish lIsh
Shoes > for Summer wear Our prices
range from
350 H 4 5
Shoes oes Shined Free i
Pir R Richar KiLnaros IC hifv hifvi h ar d ds i S c Shoe i229paAve 1229 Pt PaAve Shop Ave
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TENT TENTSItYo DamplngThhS ItYo If You Col1temp Conlempato mmr to
We e would like lIlte to Talk Tent to
you ou The la In1gest rgest variety ynrlctyln in Wash ¬
1 ington at prjccs Ices thatll save you
money i I I
s 8 BEsrsiraaEB n J SDlGEJtCO 14 co
Phone M 7D2A 702 702t 11th and B sts nw
Technica l Favorite in
Tile HighSchoo HighS JhoQI l Meet
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Central Is Picked for Second Sec9n 9 With Weste W Western sterl1 i
Eastern Eat l1 and anqBusiness Business in in Order Named Nam h
Tech Te Strong StrongAH AH Around round
Technical is favorite for the annual
interHigh School field and track meet
which wl lch will be beheld held on Georgetown G Field
on June 9 Central is second choice
Western West rn third Eastern fourth and Busi ¬
ness last
Central High School Sc hool winner win ner last year cnr
has lost some of Her best men men Roberts
last year ear the next best sprinter who
ran In the 100 220 and 440yard dashes
Kemper another fast man iu i the same
events in addition to being a x broad
jumper of ability Cook Centrals best
athlete who ho won 19 19Y = points for his
school schoolat at tho la lilljtmeet Lit > st meet Kelly Keil who wn
11 llponts po fnts and an d fJ C connor > onnor nnor the 1 e cress coun ¬
try tr champion of of the theDlstrict District are no
longer with the track and field f fbld bld team
so it is seen that Central will have to
develop much new material mtt rial
Techs T clls Losses A t
Teohnlcals principal l losses ibssea sses were Bal
Jenger l ng nger r in the shotput and hammer llfrnm r
throw and Wetzel We zel In the tl1eslJ1ts sprints sIp 3 s in In
JDu Ganne however winner of last
years ears ear S s thot hotput put the school has what is
believed beli vcd to be a sure winner He out ¬
classed ciass d the athletes from other schools
who heave the the12pound 12pound missile
Kent of Central will probably be one
of the biggest pOlntg potntgetters ttcrs of ofthe the meet m et
As Asa a sprinter he need bow to none In
tHe Ukother other schools his nearest competitor
probably being Morse of Western Western f fest est rn
Central Is Strong
While Technical is the favorite no
great odds are offered on ofithe the Manual
Training School lads It is hardly like ¬
ly bthat that it will 111 take Centrals Centrals measure measure in
the sprint races but Tech rechadhcrents adherents
look for victories in the thehalfmile halfmile and
mile runs and In the shotput hammer
throw and discus throw Byrne one of
the best distance runners runners in the High
Schools will willrepresent represent the school In the
half and mile runs and in the mile
Adams who beat Byrne at the Techni ¬
cal Interclass intprclass games at Van Ness Park
yesterday r wni Illalso also run It would not
be surprising to see the scnool finish
onetwo Du Ganne and Tracewell l1 l1ar ar arC
expected exp cted to win the shotput sh tput hammer hamm r
throw and discus throw for Tech
The best of the Western athletes are aro
Morse who will run In the th 100 and 220
yard yarddashs dashes and 220yard hurdles Os
good In the century Phelan In the 100
and 220yard das dashes hes and pole vault Rus ¬
sell and Monroe In the quarter Joe Lut
trell In the quarter and half Babcock in
the SSOyard and mile runs and Ritten Ritt n
house in the high jump Rittenhouses
best record Is ii 5 feet 6 Inches In addi ¬
tion to these some good raw material
has been developed
Easterns Team
Eastern has some gsjpd od athletes but
is not expected to prove formidable to
Technical Central or Western In Cap
tain tam Thompson and Bryan the Capitol
Hill institution hag two good g opdshotput shotput ¬
ters and hammer throwers Llnthicum nl
captain of Company F whIch won the
competitive drill Oyster the baseball
captain Tewksberry Tcwl5bcrr and Dunnington
will be Easterns representatives in the
100yard dash Tewksberry will also a isa
contest In the 220 220Qnd and 450yard dashes
I and Farmer will be In n the century and
quartermile dashes and in tho broad
I I jump
Business is handicapped by b a two
I
years course coursetnd gad and will have but few en ¬
I tries It has not been decided decld d who
will 111 carry ca rry the th e color of the th e embryonic embro nlc
I merchants
Although the entries for the meet will
not close until June 2 it is pretty
definitely efinltel known who will 111 represent re present the th e
I two most formidable schools Tech and
centtal in the events according to In
formatio form atlo ri received ec eiv d from fTomM Manager a n a erc C C
Caywood of f Technical Technlcal1Xl1d snd Captain 1 1Caywoodi
Kent Rento of Central C ntral
Te Tech hRel Rely y
The Technical T chnical relay team will be
picked pIcke d from tr 1 1om om rue ie rotlow following in g gmen men Moss
Shade Rosemond Smith Ellsworth
Browne and Sloane In the lOO 100yard ard
dash Smi Smir Smith r th h Shade and Rosemond will
uphold phoJd the th honors honorsothcscnrlctand of the scarlet and
gray R Rosemond semond Smith Smithv v Shade Sloane
and Ellsworth Ells worth are carded for the 220 220
yard I ard dash In the the 440yard 440 ytrd dash will s ill be bex x
Moss Smith Sm ith 4 4nd and nd Rosemond Ro Inond and Byrne
lAdims I Adams darmody < and Jannus form a
I Iformldabl I formidable quartet in the theiHllf half mile
Adams J dams Byrne B Tneand an and d Jannus Jannusare are Techs Tech S
candidateB for the mile run Brown is Is
the sole entry ntry for the 220yard 220 ar ard 1 hurdles hurdles
but he is tastand fast e ast and has a a chance of win ¬
ning In tllo tlloh tlloot the hotput h j ot put DuGanne McCarthy icCart h j
Tracewell and Smith will heae the tb 12 12
pound p 1nd bo boil b ball il lan and an d In the th hammerthrow hammer throw W
DuGanne DuGanneOj Oj Tracewell and McCarthy wJH v1ll vr IU
represent the school In the discus I
threw DuGanne DliGanne Smith Tracewell Traccwelland and l
McCarthy are the entries Bacchus and
Smith both of whom ar aN s almost almo t sure sur su
of points will wIll be In the high jump and
Jac ac k Moss foss and Browne are to be en ¬
hired for jhe he pole po le vault Moss Ji fOSs won the
e event yent last year ear
Central Centr l Squad sq tiad Ii
For FO r Central cen tr > lKont Kent Israel Isra < el and Smith
son will run in the century and Israel
Kent K ent Wa W VaIInee allace llace and Smithson sm Uh son will enter
the 220yard 22O ard dash In the quartermile
Wallace Smithson Sherman and Mc
Cormlclc will run Sherman Wilson I
Evans and Qaggett Qaggettare arc the entrants
for the half mile mlei and Claggett Wilson nson I Ifor
Dick and Schmidt Scbm i dt are W candidates for
the mile Wright Hamilton and Kent Kent1
are Centrals representatives in the I
220vard ard hurdles
In the discus throw are McDonald
I Israel and andlIcCormlck McCormick McDonald
Israel S r ael and a nd Pltzeriwill PIt z er Wm throw t11ro Vi the ham h am ¬
mer mera and Israel McDonald and Car
I r rlnglonarc ington arc shotputters Hampton and I
Israel are the only onl high hl h jumpers
Hampton Farnham and Benedict are
Ithe the pole vaulters and McManus Mc
Cormick Corrntckand and Kent will try for honors
in the broad jump
The relay team will be picked from
Kent Wallace Smithson Claggettand Claggett and
Sherman
1CHICAGO CHICAGO STRIKE
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I 1 FASHION NOTES
Running s shoes ocs are the proper thing in
footwear
I
If you are in a crowd mowdattacklllg attacking a de ¬
fenceless fenfel ss man hobnail liobiialPboots boots are quite
chic They Th yhae have such a dainty effect
when planted in the face of a prostrate
i victim
Chain Chainman mail undershirts are becoming
popular popul r with those who closely follow
the mode and the strike
Beauty doctors recommend that per ¬
Eons in the riot districts wear steel hel he ¬
mets > with visors
i Coats should bo cut cuLlong long to hide the J
gun
Hip pockets should b 1 > large and
roomy 100m with no cut under to catch the
hammer and delay dhl the draw
Vests are being shortened in order
that they the may ma not l10tintcrfere interfere with the
cartridge belt Bulletproof varieties I
arc mostly m05tlynffec affected ed
Sword canes are all allthe the rage
No costume is complete without a
doublebarrel shotgun
An armistice is declared while the
White Sox are winning wlllnln
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Intelligent Judgment
proclaims Henricli Beer a tonic I
as aswell well as a nutritious beverage
pure and perfect To appreciate
it il but one taste is is necessary necessary and
that we ask you to do by trying
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Phone West W est 34 for a case
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UOWNEHTHESIXTH DNElliHE BBiESlffl EITll
Won II Hollow l1ow Victory
Piled UelUpSeventeen Up Seventeen Runs RUIlsCloS Close
for Four Innings IJiirl IJiirlgs gs t
The T e game on the Mt MtPleasantgrouri Pleasant grounds ls <
ay afternoon aft fuoon between be etween1 aeen 3it > It Pleas Ple as
ont Congregational and Sixth was after
fourth inning a a farce aa asMt ilL Mt Pleas ¬
piled plJedup up seventeen s eventeen runs to ostxths Sixths Sixth s
Up to the fourth It l look looked o ed as
ughixJh Sixth wou would ld at last brea break k into
won won column but It was Athe the old
A L
of a pitcher breaking bre3Jdpgdowna down and an d
team going to pieces behind him hl rl
Sheckles was In the box for the hill
and nd aside from being wild pitched
t good steady game Sixth bunched her
hits In two innings and managed
the tl1eheJp help of f a few errors to pus push h five
over o ver er the pan Sebastine e for t rthe the
carried off the batting honors
a t homer a adoubfe double and a single
of othree three times up upHerbertplaycd Herbert played
best bestgnme game for forthclosersgetting the losers getting two
and accepting six out or of his seven
The score
Mt PI PI Cong o R H H O A Ac c E
cf 22 2 2 0 0 0
3b H 1 12 2 1 1 1 0
bastlhe 2b 2bw w 3 33 ds 3 5 3 3f 1
lb 1 2 U 0 01 I
rf 3 31 3 1 0 0
ss 3 11 1 1 1 2
If 3 1 2 0 0
ci 0 0 6 2 0
ectles l p l 1 i 0 1 0
Totals i 17 15 27 S 4
Sixth Pres R H O OA A E
p 10 i g 0 = 3 r C g
t ts
s ss 1 0 1 2 2
3b h 12 l 2 4 21 2 1
c 00 0 0 2 2 0
ftfcDonaldib Ib 00 0 0 10 0 0
Clark 2bj 2b O 0 2 2 1
rtJ r If l 1 1 2 0 2
rf rf rfh h 1 2 2 0 0
Clark C Ciarkcf arki cf i 0 1 1 0 0 0i i
Totals t 5 56 6 23 11 6
1
lPI PL C 0 000t4007x17 0 0 K 4 40 0 0 7 X 17 l
0 0 t 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 u 1
Twobase hit hltSehastineThreebase hitSebttstine Sebastine Threebase
BalHnger Home run runSebast1ne Sebastine I
on balls b bumOff usOrf Off Rider Ri < 1er 5 50rf off Sheckles s
First on errors errorsCongregational Congregational 6
4 4 Left on bases basesCongregational Congregational
Sixth 7 i Sacrifice hit hitRider Rider Stolen 1
bases 1i es1ownsend Townsend Smith 2 Pomeroy <
2 Ball Herbert 2 Struck out I
By B Sheckles a by blRlder Rider 3 Hit by <
hetRider Rider Ballinper Passed Pnsscdballl balls I ii I
Koehler KO chle r 4 LeFoc LeF oe 3 i Balk BalkS BalkSheckles Sheckles J
Umpire empireMr Mr Betts Time of game gamel 1 <
hcur he ur and 30 Mminutes minutes 1
BLUE AND GRAY GRAY < I
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fir over first base that went for fora a hit
Camp scored on the play pla r OBrien
dropped a t fly fi over o er short field on which
both Jackson Jaeksonnnd and Barnes trotted home
OBrien 0 Brlen reached reachedsecnd second base on the
throw in Kinney sent one onedown doan to tolfar Mar
tell who was slow In returning the ball
OBrien OBrienscorlng 0 Brlen scoring tromsecond from second on the
play Cote finished the rungetting by
going out on a neat and quick play 1
from rem Curry to Larkin
Lone Tally
Gcorgetevn Georget ll1 scored IScor d HsaU Its all in the thoeishtit eighth
Inning though If proper propereoachfn coaching coachin g had
followed they the y yshQuld should have had two In ¬
stead of One Larkin led off with a
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STANDING OF OFtHECLUBS THE HE CLUBS
me American ican League agu
w L L1 Pet > Pot t
Chicago H 19 11 633 6
Cleveland i IS 11 621
Philadelphia PhUadeIPl1JatJ7 < J7 14 513
Detroit H Hi V i n 16 15 15516 516
Washington Was r l1lngton 16 IT ii 0 485 4S
St St Louis ii a4 14 18 28 438
l Ncwi New li prkS prkSv tr iffi v i > i 1i 13 20 291 9f
B6stbTa DOstoa i V > V wwi 12 13 11 237 gl
I National Na tio1 tio1alL alL League agu e
W V L L Pct
New York 27 c 8 77 Til
Pittsburg Pittsb rg 20 15 571
Chicago i 19 k 17 528
Philadelphia PJ1l1 delphla 17 ii 16 sis
St LQuis Louis > 18 1820474 20 474
Cincinnati Cln lnnatl i 15 18 455 i53
Boston v 13 20 412 412
Brooklyn i M 1 24
TODAYS TQDA YS SCHEDULE S HEDULE
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American met League
WaShlngtoh Washington at atcr Ilt Jt Louis il
Boston tonat at Chicago Cllc o
National League
St Louis at ntC Chicago lcago
YESTERDAYS RESULTS
American AmeI eanLeague League I
Washington VashiJ1gton2 2 St SLLou Louis s 1 1
Chicago Chkago9Bostot 9 Boston
Detroit 3 1 Phltedelphla PhliiidelP llla 2 I IDetroit
Cleveland CIeve mdl 6 6 New York 3
National League I
New York 4 Brooklyn L 1
Chicago 8 St Louis 4
Pittsburg 8r 8 Cincinnati 3 I
Boston 3 Philadelphia 0
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hreebagger r to center and was out try
ng to tomak make it ita a home hOmeIlln run He Her ran n 111 ir
ii y direction directIonof of Captain Mpr Morgan organ jan Kea Kean <
ent out from Camp Campt < to to Bowman zinc and
hen Morgan hit one to to deep center fo tOJ
our bases bas s the play playealJing calling all of th <
to their th lr feet to cheer che r rr riIttrl r Earl
to do the t csani sanie sam thing but his hlsfi flj fl
ascaptured captured by Kinney Kinne
Score U
Yale l H O A A E
es cf r1 1 41 4 1 i j I
Bi ss 13 i 3 3 i j
cjnr2y < y 3b o 1 1 1 0 j
Ite te If 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 0 j
rf 1 0 0 0 j
wmanllJ Ib 0 2 8 0 I
lamp amp anip2b ib b 2 1 1 1 4 j I
c 0 0 9 90 0 I
< son p 1 = 1 0 00 0 0 I
Totals ro i ial al i iv v > J7 7 218 27 S j I
Georgetown R H 0 A E
arkin Ib 0 1 8 0 I
If > u or 0 l 1 1 0 i
3b 3bi ib i u 1 I 5 2 i I
Iar c 0 1 3 2 1
rf rf 0 2 0
urls cf u u 0 0 40 4 0
urry ss 0 1 i 0 2
2b 0 0 1 2
p l 0 0 0 2
Totals 1 5 24 10
0 000000010 j 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
ale 03 0 030l0000x 30 0 4 0 0 0 0 x
First base by errors errorsYal Yale 3 Left l ft pi or
Georgetown 6 Yale Yal < 31 3 I Firs
ase on balls ballOff Oft White Whlte1ort 1 1 Off Jackson
Struck out outBy outByiVhite By White 3 by Jackson
Home run runMorgan Morgan Threebase hits hits
Larkin Stolen bases basesMorgan Morgan
Hart Cote Huiskamp Chapin
Hit by pitcher pitcherBy By White 1te 2
balls ballsHar1 Hart Umpire Umplrec1IjTiclt Myrick
of game gamel 1 hour and romlnut 19 9 minutes min uteS s
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Pr PriceReduced j
Our 1200 i o
POPE i
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Now 50
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Now N ow is you your your opportun nity ity ty to purc purchase hase a super b 1 1200
automo autoillobile bile bi Ie our Mo Moc so CIe le l B Bnt at the re duced price o f 750
t Mode Mo de l l B is over 10 H P has tonneau seats 4 or 5
t people < single sin g le cylinder eylm dor fin fl nis is he d de e ither fur in blu bluf blue < f with wi wi th
I t + cream gear solid so ohd ohdre li d red re or green This Tillsm mddel d l has a
+ powerful power ful engine engIne It is IS fast on n the road and andIS is IS a won
i der ful fulhill fu hill climber cl ClilYl nlber lC1 In Ins s hor lioit t its weight we ight 1 ba lance pow 1o
1 er and an d speed spee d d11i1C0 place it itmn among ng the leading cars inanuf Inanufac ac
tured
We Ve 1 1b 1T b T 0 wish to re duce du e stock stoc k quickly qu ickly so we w o ffer this
great car at cut pr price ice
Let us give you a free demonstration of
1 this model
Pope Nlanufactudog Co
Washington tl Branch 81719 I 14th St
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Local LigIltv Lightweight ight Re Ready dy
for Bo Boiit BoiitT Boiitit1i t WitIF T it1i Pane a ne
j FIGHTING FfGHTINGSHOULQ SHOULD BE FAST
I Kid Has Been Training for Some Som Time Time
I and alldWiIJBe Will Be Prepared PrepaiedtoC to Ci
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Washington y l1fn h flowers i tQIO followers Y YrB rB of dtPugIUsfiiare pugilism are
eagerly eager ilwattJnStl awaiting the the tap tapef of tiiii ti the gong at
the Eureka Athle Athletic tic Club CiubInHaUf ln Baltimore nore
on Fr Friday iday night when Kid KfdS < SuIl Sulllvan ll1v van the
local 10cMchampIQn champion lightweight 1gtv iStit dons donsthe th the
mitts mi Us with wi th Battlin Ba BattlIng ttUn g > Nelson f fclsot clsot lsoh one on ne = of bt the
most formidable scrappertf scrappem scrapperfnow riow rl now Wh in Ifai lb he
JlmellghU lirri lIgh t r 1 I
The T e Kid KIdhasbeenfr has been training lljl1g In Inhl in his v
Eighth str street et quarters a an4 an rid d Is Irt good
condition on dtJon Punching the he bag gjiddow nMto iitdow
boxing sparring and road work 1 com 0111 ¬
prise prlsehls his retinue of train tr trainingt ln ing tn g At At t pres pres ¬
ent road work plays the thamot most import ¬
ant nntpart part yesterday YesterdayKld Kid toot O a alo Ions nl
walk out the th Brightwood fql4acCQm road accom ¬
panied by his two pet dogs Tou To Times
reporter he sa said id he Jjad < d beenworkins been 1Orkil1 korking
hard lIardancl and Is confident of givin giving g tie te1lht t Ught
log fngDane Dane a good battle 4 4
Large Crowd Expected l
TbeXld The Kid is sa a great favorite favorItei j i both POt
Washington Vashll1g T ttshington on and t1dBaltimore Baltimore an amY there th re
will likely r be bearecordbre a recordr recordbrea breakln k1n klncrqwd prqwd qWd
at the sesrnce seance The TheflghtAhou1 fight dhouldie hould houldIC c IC one
of the best seen in the t eEu East > t inanany Ytm
I moons d t I
Nels6n l jelson lsn is 1sa a fighter flght rpureau pure and L s 1pIe pje pe
He Howad wades s In at the top Mpof of the l lx x ang > ng
and fights close He has hasa a a terrific pch 1ch
and an d dcan can drop a a man with either h hue a
and can stand the th gaff
Has Gone Distance D staric
Sullivan is jsaflSht a fighter r of the some S Une tyjy ty
He Is strong and nn l rugged He He has got gent
the distance dijtan e in sizzling fif fifteennoun teenroum cnroJih
bouts and n 1s noted nQtedor for hisahlllty his ability tc t
stand stand the gaff gaff At At six rounds r ounds then then Hc h h i
should should be able abl to put put up an exhibition e hb1ton
w wit ith the tJleWta featt nan who ho twice wiqeconQuere conquered d
Yo toting n Gorbett C9rb tt t4atwtHi that will wilimake jmako nfako tP the spec ¬
tators oj oJ1 open n their eyes e ias
This ThIs1Vill w wIll ill be just the chance for the
Kid KldthaJ that his admirers admir rs have been desir ¬
ing him im to get for fora a long time Th The
Capital City Gityboy boy has shown by his pre pre ¬
v ious Battles Qatil battles sthathe that he Is Is made of Or the real r l
stuff and n tit it is up pag against nst a a boy of Nel ¬
sons caliber that thathfsadmirers his admirers have
been yearning y arnlng to see seehJm him go
Detroit petrolt Is going as strong as any a yt of
the thec1ubs clubs at present Two out of
three from Washington two out of three thr e
from Boston and threeont three put out of f four oiir from
New York since the th Eastern clubs du ciub bs went went
West Thats not bath
No
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pa pads ds
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iOf of our our coats anc ant 1
down the front a stiff Interlining interIinin
of fine French F Frenc renc rench renccanvas h canvas and andlJaitcloth haircloth
that < cant ant lose its shape Its the
only on ly preventive against gainStnon non nonbreak break bte k
1 able a ble shoulders shoulde rs Makes M kes the coat
lighter llg iller and cooler
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fabric German serge is J the only on ly
absolutely absoiutelyguar guaranteed n d one not to
shrfn shrfnIi shrink Ii We lYe have 300 odd fabrics
j from which w c you select
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