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Weird Smoke About BouBetveen BouBetween
Between OneFight Man Manand fvanand Manand
and Worlds Champion ChampionREAL Chat1ilpionREAL ChanipionREAL
Question Is Net Thoir Merits Bu BuWltother
Whether Itll Be on the theLevel theLevel theLeveL
Level LevelBy LevelBy LeveLBy
It you ou a Me ee a sporting editor ao M Mb
b und that he cant crook his hswhh elbcw elbcwwhih ll ow owRhirh >
Rhirh Is not likely te occur occurthen then l yo
can know that he got his hi trouble
c constantly nltanUy throwing away stories t torez rtea bou bouSam
Sam Berger fighting Jim Jeffries JeffriesOf Jetrrleaor Jeftr15of
Of all the foolish smoke that ha bu h com comout CO COOl1t cOfltmt
out of the pugilistic plp pipe in recent dec decades decade
ades ade that about Jeff and Berger Is i th thlimit
limit If the promoters and the
taRe t k th proposition seriously or gtvi
It more than a a passing glance 1flCe and nd
am smllf He then It will be time to
all the fight fan tans to the p psychopathtiITdM ychopathl ychopathl1ds
wards 1ds before they become come violent n nbtt
bite btt > the public building buildingOne bulldlnpOne buildingsOne
One Bout BoutThat That With Trickster Tricksterlarger TrickltorHfrXtr
larger li merely a husky sm46 sm46ho
who ho has hud h d one bout of consequent consequentTiiat OONIequeRceI
I Tiiat bout was with a s trickster who ha
f II oied 111 the public In more bad
fci1 111 done more to I urt the fight pm pmtkm
tli tkm tI an fl any aflY man now in the ring r It I
1IIt < > t even certain that the great ahowln ahowlnITIter
ETfier mad made was not a stall from star
t < > iinleh to land the suckers tor a limi
pliv on the coast OBrien is 1 a
fihter fi ltfr and an even Yen cleverer fixer lix r an
Muffer It may ma be that he overdid hi
j > irt rt It he was pulling with Berger Bergerbut Derprbut
but with his 1 reputation it is hard t tbi
tiuve bi tve anything else elseN elMXne
N None ne of the alleged alle ed heavyweighcampionship
championship material at present be bef ber
f r r the public is good enough for fortrEPiifld
t tftfru trEPiifld reeruund nd preliminary p llmlBary to a fight be belwn
lwn tw n really good men and nd despite hi
V b liit > iil irtlng wtln OBrien is really the best I Ilot
tin t1 lot lie couldnt draw a housrtti
ivtitli dllll rtti the trouble if he were to ligh lighhrk
hVhrrk hrk Tommy Burns Marvin Hart Hartr hanr
r ny n nv of the rest of that crowd and h
1 < t already whipped Al Kauffman s sI
whiT hr wan wa ha hoto to get an opponent whorIi I
tK Ii > followers of pugilism ugII1sm would con contil conEl concapae
til r capable capae of giving him a IlUfflcanUrun
KM g l run tb Justify them in giving u
th ti < big prices price for seats seatsAnswer aeata1 aeata1An
Answer An AnswerLet nprLet Let Berger Berg r the husky an
muchdiscussed rnll < hdl eUMeCI amateur make a goo
sh wing In fact let him 1m win wintint
tint ints After that twenty rounds I Iri Ii Iilso
Fiiao ri lso o or Los Angeles and the coin I ICould
I inches inchesCould Ill hEs hEsCou1d
Could Jeff Fight FightThis FightThis
This is not saying that Berger is fl
already a good man and promises to be become beomf b I
come omf > an even better one with wlthex experi experience rt rtfrwe I
ence nce but to couple his h name with Jeff Jeerlrau JetLpause
1 lrau Lpause cause e of his h victory over o r OBrien OBrt n un unr untbeae
tir r those circumstances is a Joke AI AIrrports A
reports indicate that Jeffries J lfrte is StO
and heavy now from his fa quiet life on
farm and that it would be almost a1meethyjcal almoethyica1
physical hyjcal impossibility for him to tral
down to a point where he would hay
thf th speed and wind to put up a ligli
north rth seeing seeln He could go into Ui Uir1
rllJ r1 rli now and ponderously beat to deat
three tlre or four of the alleged ecl nea neachmpa
Champa h mp8 at one and the same time timebattleroyal tlmeblttIeroyal Um Umbtt1uroyal
battleroyal fashion but it would hard hardIv hardIv hartlv
Iv be interesting Intere Ung as a boxing spectacle spectacleand spectacleand spectachnn4
and would be simply one of those trea
affairs which are gotten tten up to
th thl < gullible and give ve the opponents c
I bxlng xlng material to bemused beUMd in gettinthir
th thir ir names into the papers papersJeffries MpersJfrrlp
Jeffries knows his own own condition and andthit andthlt an I
that he l > could not do himself hlm elf justice ana in inHi Intlll I Iti a
tlll ti Hi ring again and for that reason has hasfulled bufHlhrl ha S
fulled to fall for the propositions prop08lt1o 8 of a al alt Sa
l lt t of setitquick promoters who want wanthim waftthim wan wanhm Lt
him a aR an advertisement advertl ement and it is prob probRVIA probnhlt probrthl
RVIA rthl that he laughs henrtily Ha ha hatiki MUk
tiki that whenever he thinks of a a bout boutw boutth bee beenth t
w nth th Berger UergerHJncertain BergerUncertain IlergerXTncertain
Uncertain Betting Proposition PropositionIt
It is announced that Gens and Nel Nelfion Nelbn NdIn
fion In are to meet before snow files m L This Thistain ThisIs Thi I IIn
Is going to be one ot the mo most t wirer uneertIIln
tain batting propositions ever advanced advancedPersonally advaneedPafionalb I
Personally I believe that if Cans is in inCondition Incndltlon ii iiC i
Condition C nIlt1on he will 1l be clever enough enoughtu Boughtv t tU
tu U stall t ll oft Nelson until he gets < eta an anopening aftPPfning ai t tpwning
opening and then send In one of those thoseBhTt thOlNShrt thos r rBhrt
BhTt joits that that would ould bother both r Jeffries JeffriesBna Jelrrt JelrrtU I Iafl4
Bna U end nd the contention Dftt Ueft right there thereN theNt
N r do d I believe Nelson could get in inenough InenJugh ii iienough
enough on Oaas to weaken him so that tha thath
th champion would not have the theBtrrngth thetrinR1h tb a artrngth
Btrrngth for the punch when the open openin openInc openlncr
in Inc cr came rameBut ramfnut camehut
But while this th light ght should on Its I ItaCf It a
fare lie the best and most interesting interestingpf Intere interestlninf tlnK tlnKof
pf the put ten years among amon < big < or orlittle orltttf e I Ilittle
little men It has so many angles that thatbetting thatbfttlng tha t tttlng
betting ttlng on it will be something like bet bettin bettIn bettlntr
tin tlntr In a handbook on s race In whfch whfchtiere whl h htIPr I ItPri
tIPr tiere > is an added starter You dont don t
know what may be up somebody somebodyseVcvo aomebo somebodySI lys lyssyf
eVcvo syf SI and after your dope has been beenproved beenITfd i irrove4
proved absolutely correct something somethingyou c cvou
you ou couldnt possibly foresee e keeps you youfrAin youtrAm yo t tfrtn
trAm peiting the money m
A good way to dope the event is to tocast totast t i icast
cast out the respective merits merl of the thetwo thetwo tb e etwo
two men as fighters < hter and figure thusly thu81 thu81Heres thuslIeres
Heres Ieres the Real Dope Depet DopeDots DopeP0051
t POPS Cans think h he III strong tmB enough enoughta 8ugh 8ughlo
ta keep on In the game for some years yearst yearto S
to t come < oml or does he believe b Ueve that tb t he is isalmost Isnlmost I 9 9almost
almost in and must rely upon one more moreb inor 6 6b
b 1 killing killingIs kllllncJ
4 Is J s Guns ans ambition to be the acknowl acknowledged acknowlt1gfll ¬
edged kingpin lightweight of the whole wholeT wholSS 0
T SS < > rl r1 1 < l strong enough to make him de decl de decLnp dedoe
cl cLnp doe DP a barrel of money to lie down downjtoes down11l9
hoes he figure the money he could couldrnke eouJclrr1k coulir ii
rnke rr1k r le out of exhibition bouts and traveU traveUre trav travta l lftg
re ta with theatrical theatntc troupes It he e wins winsuvuia win winlIIM winf
uvuia V lIIM 7141 be more than he can get out of oft ottnf o oL f
t tnf L < who WflO might want to fix th Ute fight fightTo fighte pU pUT
To T sum it t all 11 up la Cans on the theI th thI tbI e
I < vl vlCans vlCans t tG1DS
Cans Mysterious Weight Veightpraklnlt
Shaking aktng of Guns he was to make makeI maker S
I r pounds for Dave Holly when h he beat beatHolly beatHlIy boa boair t
Holly ir Ily in Seattle Seat tJe last week and the re rePnta re repnrts
Pnta are that he weighed l 133 Vfc pounds poundsIn I
In the 1 hf h afternoon The treat contention contentionins coutentlolts I
ins ts been that Gans could ooul not make IB IBpounds 111IIlinds 1
pounds and be strong and I was of ofthat otth 0 f
that th t opinion iryself I YHlt but I am amMW now not note zo zono t
e no > sure ure He has always been extremely extremelyseer extremelyS extremel
seer S r five Ive about his weight in bouts in inw Inwulch Ii i
wulch w ich it cut any Ice lee and he b and Al AlHerford Atftford A Aierford 1
Herford ftford wer were often the only ones who whohad whobad wluhal
had the slightest ides kI fcaw 1 w close he beto was wastn w I
to vht the articles utcl required Bat BatMnsterton BatMa BiMsterton
4 Mnsterton Ma t4 > Non who is thoroughly familiar familiarnuii tmUiarltl r rS
S nuii ltl tlL all the facts about Qans says ya he bet hi hiI1fl
i I1fl 01 n make 133 l
pounds for Nelson A Ar AfTlUIlIfr L L3u4u1tcr
r fTlUIlIfr Dumber of experts in Baltimore who who1aw
have ala al i been be > en close lose tc him In his h be il r rire1ous
previous tJr lous b buts uta have also stated that he hi e
court < 0111 weiin w Weii 11 1 jn all
right r ht eo it would wouldm tuld I
nt do to I 3nk too mu much < h
S on Gans WVB I
m weak lrir if he does 183 for the Dane I
t Washington Baseball Star Starin Starin
in Both Major Leagues and andMinors andl1inors andMinors
Minors MinorsREGULAR l1inorsREGULAR MinorsREGULAR
t Teams Ta lM in Baltimore and Else Elsewhe ElsewheCCnl he heCcme
Ccme Here for Help in Champion Championshin Championship Chanipionshin
shin Battles BattlesWashington BattlessbftKton BattlesWashington
Washington sbftKton is I well represented repr entecl in tiiranks
ranks of professional ball b l1 players playersOver JtlaYftnJOver playersOver
Over a score of moro or less promi prominent pr premineat m1 m1nent
nent stars of the th diamond have bee beegraduated
graduated from the lots of the CapIt CapItcity
City and an < 1 ever since the game has bee 1 1played
played 1100 Washington men hava ha ii beepromInent
prominent factors in its remarkable d I Ivelopntent
velopment The name and fame of thold
old Nationals of nearly forty years
reached from one end of the country t tthe t tthe I
the other As A the game ame grew MC MCL eacyear
year players from this city olt have b ve gon gonforth gosforth
forth having served rved an
on the local Iota to play with othealuM eth ethclubs
clubs and many of the famous star starof
ot f the country C have elaimtd Washing Washington Wuhtngton Washln Washlnton
ton as their Horn HornTwo h home homeTwo nM nMTwo
Two Are Ar Worlds Champ ChampAt
At the present lKtl eftt Urns tim there are Waah Waahtagtonlana Wa Walzigtoninns VatihIUtoniaM
tagtonlana scattered through nearly n lly al alt1M a atha
th t1M leagues in all parts sf t th the oowttl7 eowtry aoun aountry
try Two local men are members 0 0tbe c cthe
the worlds world champions and were im importcnt ii iiportnt
portcnt factors in bringing that t t
till tlt to th the New York Giant GiantsArthur I IArthur
Arthur Devlin is not the b beat st t thir
baseman ba NW in the country he ranks
the topnotclMrs to notehera and his skill as a
allround player was developed here her I
I Washington WashingtonBrown WashingtonBrowne YaahInKlonBrowne
Brown Browne the fast outfielder of t tI Ui Uiworlds
I worlds chamiM cham is another Capital Capl prod product JMOdoot nro nronot
not and with 1th Doc Harry Whit Vhlte hU i ithe
the Chicago White Phlte Sox ox and Jpe Stan Stanley Stanley L Lley
ley at present in right fleld eM for the U Na Nationals
tionals these four players
I the Capitals representation in the hI hIleagues
leagues leaguesIn leacueeI leaguesIn
I In Fastest Minors MinorsI MinersThe
I The T American Association is ptttaHie gettisithe
the services of some of the best JoailI loop loopmen
I men who are in the game me today Jad
Carr with Indianapolis Indlana U for four yere yerehas reaNhu yestihas
has Just left i that hat club lub and it is I said saidwill DIdwill skwIll
will piny witn wlt1w w1tSpx1ngdeld Springfield S r1n fteld Ill O
I DcmontrevilleW DemontrevUle t1tI ° M Vltn i tth Toledo and Phil Ph
l Qler is a meralfcF mern1 of the team t m front SI L LPaul
Paul Charlie Moran oran is now with Roch Rochester ReehI Recheater
I ester in the EaaternLKUe Eastern League and 13cr 13crMyers
Myers yeltl is I with Sioux City in the West Western Weetern Westera
ern LeA Ue League LeagueWashingtons LMgueVashlntons LeagueVashfngtons
Washingtons representatives with th
Central League Lea are Buck VenaW YenWe wft
Wheeling hecJlnA and Pat Thornton with Day Dayton Dayton Dayton
ton Several local men are dow dowr
r South making names for themsUves themsUvesBill them I IBill
Bill Rpp is the star catcher for th
l Shreveport La team lackey Atz I If
f with New Orleans and SI Nicholis wit
L Memphis in the Southern League whl whlIn
In the South Atlantic League our rep representatives reDI re I Iresentatives
I resentatives r ntatlvell are re Joe Hennager wit witJaeksoftvllle
Jacksonville and NIc Nb Noroum Nor tllft with Co Columbus ColumbU8 Cclumbus I
lumbus S C CHere CI CHere
I Here There and Everywhere EverywhereUp
Up North Warren is with Manches Manchester Jlanch Jlanchter Mancheter
ter in the Enw Bnglad ngIad League Lea e Ckar CkarLu
Lucky Lu ky is with Syracuse Syracu in the Ne NeYork
York State Stat League and Elmer Brown Brownis Browiis
is with Oswego 08w in the Hudson flt
League Other players with lesser lesserreputations leaerreoutatlona hoae r rrseetati
reputations rseetati have been called away to tofight toftlrht t I Ilight
fight for base ball glory for communi communities commwtlcZl communities ¬
ties other than their awn among amon whom whomthe whomthe 1 1the
the following are re particularly well wellknown wellknon I Iknown
known Willie Keane and Sam Edmons Edmonswith Edmonston
ton with CUmberland Leonard Stanl Stanlwith Stanle Stanlewith r
with Norfolk Silk lk Carroll Yank Yank5DawHon Yan
Dawson and Dutch S SteMler terser with I
Martinsburg W V Va VaWaahinaton VaWashington fa faWashington
Washington men are in demand in all allthe allthe al I Ithe
the neighboring towns and villages and andnearly andnearly an I Inearly
nearly every Saturday Saturd there is S an anexodus anexodus ar t texodus
exodus of local talent from this city citycalled oItycalled ctt r rcalled
called away to help the cause of some somestruggling lIOIfteatru semistruggling
struggling atru < rUng outfit looking for a cham championship champtolUlhlp championahip ¬
pionship An example of the frequency frequencywith frequencyI r rwith
with ith which hleh Washington hlnton players are arerelied arerelied an anrelied
relied upon to help is I had in the ease easeof caeeot can u uof
I of a team in one of the Baltimore city ctt r
leagued leaguedCompose leapeCODlpMe leaguesCompose
Compose Whole Who eTeam eTeamThis Team TeamThis TeamThis
This team was called c lled the Stadiums Stadiumsand 5tadlumand Stadiumand
and their lineup on the day they de defeated deteated detested ¬
tested their hated rivals rtv ls in the Monu Monumental tIonumentAl Monumental ¬
mental city championship race wu Bob BobHoyle BobHoyle Be lu
Hoyle catcher Red Wahler Wah r pitcher pitcherBaltimore a aBaltimore i iBaltimore t
Baltimore man at t first base Pete Hot Hermann Hotmann Hotmann ¬
mann second Willie Handlboe short shortJimmle shortJimmie
Jimmie Fitzpatrick third and Gus GusBishop GUBBishop Gu C
Bishop Harry Bryan and Colly Wahler Wahlerin Wahiein VahlerIn Gur r
in the outfield The Baltimore man at atfirst atftrst a afirst
first base had been captain but for forobvious torobleu to toobvious
obvious reasons resigned re lgned in favor of ofRed ofRed o I IRed
Red Wabler WablerWashington WablerVaahlngtort VahJerWaahlnKtoft
Washington players sre re a hit in Bait Baltimore Balt1more Baitmore ¬
more ever since the Commissioners Commls loners Club Clubwas Clubwa lu
was wa wont to run over every Saturday Saturdayand Saturdayand Saturda r
and clean up for its crack teams Ever Bversince Eversln ve vesince r
since sln the Commissioners took Red RedWahler RedWahler fbi I IWabler
Wahler to Baltimore and he held the thechampions thechampions tb c
champions the Maryland Athletic Club Clubdown CJubdown ClubC I cI
down to three hits the big fellow has hasbeen h81been ha habeen C
been a prime favorite and on the theFourth theFourth tb a aFourth
Fourth of July he capped the climax climaxwhen climaxhen elima elimawhen
when hen he pitched two games for the Wai Waibrook WIbrook Walbrook
brook Athletic Club winning both bothagainst bothAgaJn boti botiagainst
against t the Sparrows Point and Bart Bartlett BartJett Bertiett
lett Hawward Clubs two of the best bestBaltimore be t tUltlmoN tBaltImore
Baltimore teams teamsAMATEUR teamsAMATEUR teamsAMATEUR
The Shamrock biseball nine will meet meettoday meettoday mee meetoday
today at t 1010 the Hercules nine on the theB theR Ui UiB
B Ts grcundL grcundLThe grcundLTue I IThe
The Shamrocks Tnt ant games with all alltoning alltNUNI a LI LIIn
toning in the cltj cIt averaging fourteen fourteenyears fourteenyeara I Iyears
years Address 134 Thirtysixth Thtrty lxth street streetnorthwest sWu treet treetnorthw8IIt it itnorthwest
northwest The ILieup A Schneider Schneiderc
c captain taln C Browne p Brewer lb lbW 1bW lbS
W Bniiss Ell 3b J OBrien as W WSouthy wSour WSouUiy S
Sour lb R R King RI If i H Counsel Counselman CouDMIman Counselroan
man cf J OConnors rf T Daly Dalyand DalYand Dal V Vand
and J Connolon substitutes substitutesIn
In a fiveinning game the Keystones I
defeated the St St Matthews bail team teen Ii
by 10 to 8 0 The Keystones want games gameswith pmewltb S Swith
with all uniformed teams averaging averaZin r
sixteen years ra Address Edwin Chll
dress 367 McLean avenue southwest
The lineup Howard third base Ra Ragan Ragan Regan
gan second base bee McCoy catcher
Doyle shortstop McDonol pitcher jtod jtodHams ad adcenter acli 1 1center
center field Lynn right field MPfi MPfihams > wu wuIiams
Hams pitcher Chlldrjse Chlldr S first base baseThomas bueThomaw baseThomas
Thomas right field fieldA fieldA fieldInteresting
A very Interesting game of ball was wasplayed wasplayed ws S Splayed
played yesterday yeetQrd between the Rhode RhodeIsland RhodeIsland RhOil a
Island Avenue A venuo Stars St rs and the Warner WarnerStreet VarnerSteet r rStreet
Street Stars in which the latter came cameout cemiout
out victorious by h 8 to 4 Batteries for forthe forthe fo fothe
the Rhode Island Avenuo Stars Starsoupg StarsouPI Starsoupg
oupg and Roby Ro1 f y for Warner Street StreetZegowltx Street StreetZegowltz
Zegowltz and Slevers The Warner WarnerStreet WarnerStrel r rStreet
Street > t Stars want games with teams teamsaveraging teamsa team S Saveraging
averaging a fourteen years Address AddressManagor AddreManagfr AddreeManagor
Managor Wallace McMahon 17 I1H Sev Seventh Beventh 8eventh ¬
enth street northwest
4 n
New York Worlds WorldCampions Champions Third ThirdBaseman ThirdBaseman
Baseman BasemanJudges BasemanDRIVERS
¬ FOR rnD NOT It lnT TRYING TRYINGjudges 11 5 11 1 i 4 r = Jl 0 jlt iNL1 r < i it1A i
In Southern League Leagueeavy
J Judges at Windsor Assess AssessBoone AssesBoone AssessBoone S
Boone and d Colby I JO O and andCall andCall andCall HYATTSVILLE FALLS FALLSeavy I IBEFORE
Call Off Bets BetsTHE J
i r >
ii > I
r trt Y < > Httavy eavy Hitting and Numerous Errors ErrersWith ErrsrsWith ErrorsSets ErrorsWith ErrorsSets
Sets New Track Mark of of 20 20 aol 14 and andJ andThin d f With Score of
> r 19 to a aLeakin aLeakinThen Letkin LetkinLasted LetkinLasted LHkinThin LHkinLaated
J Then Tires Tln TiresLake sLake Lake Queen QueenJ QueenWins i < < Lasted Five
I Innings laaiagsStanding laaiagsStanding IBldpWins IBldpStandi InningsWins
J Wins WinsWINDSOR WinsVI i > t
> 5 it < l
t >
< Standing Standi of the clubs dobsHyattsville dobsHyattsville
WINDSOR VI DfIOR Ontario Ju JUi j p 21The an annual JUtRul ¬ f 5 w L Ii PCt PCtBrentwood
s Hyattsville It 5 S 1M 1MRul
seal harness meeting eett eettot of o the Windsor WindsorDriving WtftCberDrtriaJr > < > k Brentwood BrentwoodBerwyn BrentwoodBerwyn Brent S I
Driving Drt Jr Club h same sme to a a successful > Metul dose dosetoday cloeetoday iHfii j r LaBerwYln Berwyn I j a m Iet I
> > Laurel LaurelHYATTSVILIJE ure uree f fHYATTSVILIJE t m mIn
e today the track although < h very heavy heavybeing bea beabe1n fg i
being be1n < worked into racing < condition conditionthroughout eoncilUonthrOUChout 3 f HYATTSVILIJE In TTSYILLE July J Kvttsri1le Hnttnt11ethrOUChout Hnttnt11ewent Kvttsri1lewent Kvttsri1lewent
throughout the th afternoon and kept there therein thereIn thereIn Jt 1f went ent down before Laurel today t by M MThe MThe 11In 11The
In in spite of the threatening threateDl It rains rainsThe raJuThe
The game was marked by heavy yY hit hittlng JlItrtlDK
The sensation of the day cia took
pace patet King
tlng IDK and numerous Jawn errors Beckett al allowed allowed ¬
1 in the 210 J trot trot In which The President Presidenttook Prehnttook I lowed five hits Leakin who pitched pitchedthe JIItchedI
took the first heat in SOW4 S4 the track r f rue > 2
I the first five liv innings inningsJudges Innl opened up 1IJl1Q by strik tlik ¬
rord ford
lord ord The T effort Nn ort tired tf him hf for the th second secondheat aecon1teat secondheat nftd
heat howevfer which went to Gold DtMt DtMtMaid Dtwtald DuitMaid
Maid ald in Ute third heat Ore Orotoreed forced the theQerst tileQelllt theQerst
Qerst trotter treU trottM i to go in 208H 2q 2es to wtti wttiThe wtftThe wthThe
The unfinished 212 trot heats in which whichhad whichhad bteh btehhad
had been raced Thursday and Friday Fridaywith Pr1daYwith Fnids Fnidswith
with two victories each for Lake Queen Queenand TWeW TWeWand ti tiand
and Lady Gall Hamilton went w fttiotht wenttotkDriver fttiothtformer iotht
former formerDriver formerDriver
Driver Punished PunishedMaxwood PHni hld hldaxwOOd S
Maxwood axwOOd the favorite in the 231 35 pace pacewarmed paceanned pacewarmed
warmed anned up lame J and was wa unable to torace toraee torace
race Kittle Brown took th the first heat heatand ht heatslid
and the judges jud es fined Driver Drf Boons be behind be behind behind
hind George R R SW 50 for not trying George GeorgeIt GeorgeR
L R took the next two heats hea but for the thethird thethird
third the officiate oftdala1neted Dieted out another tbr m mfine IIftne 0 0line
fine to Colby CoIb driver drh r of Mabel T which whichhsd ldeh ldehhad
had finished second eeOft Again this had hadMlUlary badsalutary a asalutary
salutary effect as a Colby eont won the nest nestheat JMXtb8t nxtheat
heat heatThe heatThe
The n final mile WM won by George It Ithowever Ro Robowey Ithowever
however bowey v
The 214 pace brought out bat one DIMhorN
horse of any pretension to class in th this thsft
field ft ld of fourteen Tttte one was Darkey
H Hal l and he had little tre tr 1lWe Me wtontn winning g I
in straight heats J
Ihe 1 h he betting betd was light en all UM events eyw eywexcept
except the 22 3l D trot Uot and aa en this Ut ra race e I Iatt4tr
after fining Boon Boone sad CM 0eItty UM th judges j
declared all bets oft oftSummari
Summaries Summarit1
212 class trotting purse J100 1000 ltI
Lslte r ke Queen b m by Red fled14k
Lake 14k Boaemke OMmke 12211 1 1 1
Lady Gall Hamilton blk blkmGMrtI
m mGMrtI Geers 1 1
Exalted br hi htMcMahon McMahon 3 S S 4 J
Gale Gale b g KHopklnB Hopkins 4 4 4 4 4
Camilla b m mUoone Boone 5 B dig digTime2Mtt dlsTlmeZ dIgTlme4It
Time2Mtt TlmeZ Tlme4It 2 f8tJ tj 8 110 I34 21 21t V4
2 t class pacing purse 1011O 1000 1000CBoone t tGeorge
George R b b g bp JlenvJfle FenvifleBoonc31121
Boone Boonc31121 31121 all 2 1
Kittle KI Hie Brown b m
mHopkins mHOIkl Hopkins HOIkl llopklna13332 13332 1 3 3 3
Mabel T hr m by Sphinx
Medium MedlumColby Colby 4 4 2 1 S
Jude b b g gMcEwen McEwen 6 2 4 4 4
Little Dick eh h ftJohlUlOn Johnson 2 dis dtaxwood
Maxwood axwood b K g gClerk Clark 6 dr
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The Brentwood nine sustained sUStano a heavy heavy10M
loss last week by the departure of its itsstar Itastar
star twirler Payne for the National NationalGuard NaUflnalCuard
Guard encampment encampmentYesterdays eneampmontYesterdays i
Yesterdays games resulted In tying
Brentwood and Berwyn i for second secondplace s ond ondplace
place They are now only onl twenty tweltyour tweltyourpoints four fourpoints
points behind the theheod head liners linersChick
Chick hIQk Darnell the Hyattsvillo Hyattsvillocatcher I Icatclel
catcher was severely bruised on the arm armin 1J 1JIn t
in the second session Ion yesterday ye terclfty by a afoul afoul Jtoul
foul ball but remained in the game until untilthe untnthe untiltheMth
the theMth theMthOn fifth fifthOn 1fthOn
On Wednesday Brentwood plays at atHyattsville IltHyattsvUle atHyattavllle
Hyattsville and Berwyn will visit Lau Laurel Laurel Lanrel ¬
E Barnes the recent importation from fromBerwyn fromBerwn fromBerwyn
Berwyn was not In his usual form yes yesterday es estcrday ¬
tcrday and made three errors > His Hiecatch Hiscatch BI
catch In the fifth however was a fea feature feature ¬
ture tureThe tureThe titroThe
The recent changes in the Hyattsvillo Hyattsvilloin
in infield Held have resulted r8 In an entire absence absoncoof 11 11of
I of team work In yesterdays game gameevery Oameovery
Uons every man but two held down tvo posl 1 osl oslUons
Wartingtoii W4l1aift to Utility Outfielder WJi Who V e I IMaking Is Ist IsMakiig
t Making lakiii Good
FRO FROMEASTEM M EASTERN A Auburbanites G GSubutbanit
S Suburbanite Throw Kibosh Into the theCapital theCapita1 theCapital
Capital City Ataltttg At1aJetllXrwaes At1aJetllXrwaesGMt AtkletesKrestaesGood Kwwes KwwesGM I
GM GMt Work Work in the B Box BexXE Box1CNSIQTON x xKENSINGTON
ngton OIl defeated the Eastern Athletic Athleticlub
lub on the home grounds 1OeIII today by bytol b btol
tol tolKrouse
Krouse the local twirler had the th visit visitrs ¬
rs completely at his mercy and would
ave scored a a shutout tout but for Du Duns Duails ¬
ails ns wild 1l4I throw at the home plat platiuinter plate plateuinter
uinter and Young played excellent ball ballor ballor
or Kensington while Evans and Clark Clarkvere Clarkere
ere the stars for the visitors visitorsteaston visitorsX la1toraxtoa
teaston X nau RHOAOjEA RHOA RXOAf E EA C C RHOAS RHOASjunardlf It RUOA RUOAoupardlf H 0 A K
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uvlI aa S 1 0 1 l ilCiark Clark c Co c0 f 1 1tdfleJdrf 1155 1155Idcdrf
1 1 0 I SfHerbsrtp Herbert HerbertUnk S I S I 2 2tmkcc
Unk ner S a I 0 ilers Eklera rf I S 1 1ittnter 1ter 0 I Ietnier
ittnter ter c ot S 114 > CXraelf KrIt ail ailouns S 1 1 1 I I Ioung
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a Ill 0 1 S 31110x4 31110x41 t x4 x4A x4A
A A Club 1 III e IlI IlIZarned l lKamed lJCaraed
Kamed runa naltnalJlCtOll Kcnslngton 2 Z PInt basa by byiorXess1sgtas
iorXess1sgtas Keastnstoa X 4 Left on O bases bt5SIC bt5SICnton Ken Kentoatcm X
toatcm 7 X Z A C c I 5 First ba bees a OK onft ha4te IIaU
ft KrauM mu 1 off Herbert 3 Struck oat4y outByrnuse
rnuse 11 by Herbert 5 Twobaa Two MU MUIng httaaDp hUeumming
umming Ing aDp Otdfleid Sacrtflce hitsCeupard hitsCeupardr hl kttCeupardulater fd fdter
ulater ter r Young Stolen Stc 1en > baeaQulM at r 1 1ric IHit
lark ric lilt by b by pitcher PltchelBy By Kroiuw I by b byerbert
erbert 1 Wild pltchtw pttchKlOUM Krouaa 2 Ii K Her rrent r rat
ent at 1 1 Paaaed baltoClarfca 1 Vmptr Vmptrrwn l1Ike l1Ikea 1mPIrreen
rwn a Time of game pmel 1 hour and 43 43re mta mtaAttendance
re Attendance AttendancetOO WO
After losjng the theliret first game of the thefries thefrlec therrloe
fries 7 to 8 at the hands of the Eaat Eaatrn aat aatra
rn Athletic Club the Brookland Ath Athetlc Athtlc
tlc Club straightened out the curves curveshat cureshat curveshat
hat were were dished up to them Thursday Thur Thursdayfternoon da >
and defeated their old rivals rivalsestorday rtaIseterda nivaleesterday
estorday eterda easily The features were the theItchlng theitching
of Simons the batting of Tan Tanll
ll Slipley and Horrigan and the neld fieldg
g of Duffey Gus Gu Julian and TansiL TansiLhe
he score
utT urte ulTeyr y of 5020 1 M ldarussItIess ldarussItIessgtnannb r Mui If 2 1 e
8 I 1 8 5 aurgntM > 1 1 9 2 e 0vans
vans lb lb1 1 i 011 11 0 1 TMHOII cf ct1 1 II 1 t I 0
Jark krkcIj3llRadlerSb1Q c c t 1311 1 3 1 1 Rodlr Sb 1 0 s 380 e
I 0 1 I 1 UJllMlJi 2 2 1 CKhtenrf S S SXMererf
Khtenrf 0 0 5 5 OJdUtonc S a 1 10 J 1 1rKbr iKhlses
> rKbr Khlses M 1 112 II 1 1 2 ISinmes Simon 8 p p4 4 I IIwtganlf z I IiosiganI I IlonPft1r
Iwtganlf 1 1111 1 1 1 1 Shlptejra 121 1 2 1 I 1 1ray 1raup
iray ray raup p 0 0013 Oil 0 1 I Horaftr liorn5rrf1000 liorn5rrf1000itiMie rf rf l 0 0Iv
Iv p p I t 0 1 1TotaJe1Ull 5
TMaJsUU21 7 2
Total 2 3 33133 MM 4 4Es 4aItsrnAC11S51113
Es aItsrnAC11S51113 aItsrnAC11S51113rookhind l rn A C 1 1 t 1 la J JMwl
rookhind Mwl 4I A C 1 1 I 4 0 1 lLeft 111Left 111 IISLeft
Left on b bseeaaIsni Ms Xsstorn A C 4 Brookland B ookland ooklandC
C C S lnntn 10 Innings pitched pltebedBJ By Qniy 0ftI Y YuPdl 4 by It ItuM
uM uPdl > J I BlUe ase on ball 1Ma1ta0 Off Gray Ora 3 off
2 alt Simon J a Struck out outB outBy By Gray
by It Strnona Sh 9 Horn Home run 110 Hortnan Tw Twnee Two Twoe
e hits bitsTansill ra Tansill tl1 Smona Shipley Shlple S 2 Doc JXwto Doei
to i P pMpGra ay Oray to MacDonald Horiran te WIfffRAftft isrgmens
rimwinii > 8aeriftte aeriAm erlflee hltt hl hitsIlorisan Hortgan Sar Sarant Setant
ant Tanalil G Julllan Shipley Horner IImrtolen
n basea huesEvan van F EMera Marear MANA Bar Saneant
ant J Tanaill Tan lll Simons Horij mw W1k1ltehGra ikiiteheGrs
ltehGra Gray Hurdle HurdlelleClark Simons i Passed
Clark G Jullan 2 Stru SUlhk k t ty > y ultcUwl Jlltebed1I1Ca litcheilaIIlCvana
all aIIlCvana 1I1Ca Vvana Tmplre trnplieW W C lUrrdl Tlm TI Time Timef
f game anael 1 hour and W mlnut v
The Tb Mountaineer lIounta1n MountaineerAthletiC r Athletic Club defeat ¬
d the Second Twining Athletic Club Cluby7tot
y7tot y7totThe 7 to toThe ft ftThe
The winners want games pm with teams t teemsveraging ms
eleven el ven yearS > iears Address G Deg De Dean
an 04 P street northwest The fee fMure feeureg ¬
ure wore the hitting of Holloran and andhe andhe
he pitching pitchIn of Lane LaneThe Lane1he LaneThe
The lineup Lane pitcher F i Deg > egan eg
an catcher G Degnan first bas base T
hea second base > Holloran shortstop shortstoperrey
errey third baso ShElL left fie1di field fieldarker
center 1leldi field Sweeney rlgb right
striking tlikout
ing out three men in the first at but weak weakened wkeJHtd weakencsl ¬
ened and allowed eight hits bU before the theend theeDd theend
end of the fifth and Dorr was sub substituted substituted b baUtuted ¬
stituted Beckett fanned nine sin men and andissued andlisund
issued 84 five passes Leakin gave i ibases DO riobases
bases on balls Gait Barnes and S SRose IRo SRose
Rose Ro each caught a a hot liner linerThe linerT1M linerThe
The score scoreHasiup j jl
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8tTknMUta at luDaa > 2 1 lOak Oak 1 S 2
Htajhm 1 1 1 I Mv7kSct IWrifcC rltct 1 2 I 1 I
Fulton hit el e 1 1 > I eBiMO BJt ie I 1 1 1 I
Roc GHr Bess BessrioiJ cf 2 2Bond 1 L 1 I IJIOftIII
Bond JIOftIII rioiJ K 1 2 e Thmeseflc11451 c 4
MoeN Moor d 2 1 I IbLfaiwrfI 1ILCanrto c 1 1 5 0
BecIrett BMt p 1 1 0 I J DerrrtKJt 0 0 0 1 I
OUanIlb rd1b 1 1 1 I I9rgumIbe lit I 1 1 I J
De roo hoeSa 3 1 1 I IMcFdcrf dctrt I I 1 1OLkhlt I I
OLkhlt 0 0 1 1 0
TM1s1 lt1Ul 2lt II ii
IIroUI I TeuOi TiaM111 2 I 8 ST STDe T
9 0 Fee P out bit br b batted at ball ballLaurel uLa bellLaurL
Laurel La 2 s a a 4 a i 1Jt is
HyatiarlUe l a 51201012 a 2 a a a a 2 2Kaimd 2JCa
Kaimd JCa rung ru HyattvtUa 1 Law Laurel S So
First PI baaa baa by b arrora norHyattv1fl Hyattavin 1 Laurel IAure1
L i Left on bssemHysttaviii ba t HyatUvHla I Laurel 1 IOD 2
First baae baa on ballsOft < Doer 1 oft Beckett fleclieti1aaas
L I Innln J 1aaas ptteked pltdMdBy By Doer I by A A
Laakla I HlUOff A Lemkln I off Dorr Darn5trek
3 Struck oat outBy By A A Leakin 6 by Dorr 1
hy Beeket I wobaa hit hltiult hitFUItOSE Fulton ll SasH SasHMce BaerItee
tee l hit hawDorr Dorr Moore oore 2 De Fooe Stolen
baaea baae basesHammer Hammer Barnes Ba S DarnaJI Bosr BuiiHit
Hit by pltcheBy pltehe By Beckett Oalt Will WiHpitch tIi
pttcbBfMokett pitch pttchBem Brh kett < t Paaaed balla 1Ma111IuIt balleFulton Fulton Q Man Mansum KaClB Martgum
sum Carr Umpire Umplre34rrpon Meraon Von VO Reatorft ReatorftBtentwood
ANn AM GOES UP A PEG PEGBtentwood PEGBrentwood
Btentwood Loses HardFought Pitchers PitchersBattle PitchersBattle
Battle to Rivals RivaIsBlanden Blanden Gets GetsBest GCti3Best Gct GctBest
BKENTWOOD Md d July aBerwyn aBerwyntied 2tl3erwynied Berwyn Berwyntied
tied t ied for second place in the Suburban SuburbanLeague SuDurbaBLcane SuburbanLeague
League today by downing Brantwood Brantwoodon
on the tatters grounds nd by 6 to 3 3The I ITb
The Tb contest resolved itself tt into a apitchers apltcbera aitchers
pitchers p pd itchers battle at an early stage IIta e DIe
d en of Berwyn allowed five bits and andErsklne andErtlklI18
Ersklne raklne four The Brentwoods were werecredited w wcredited
credited c with four errors against the thewinners thewinners
winners two A pretty onehand catch catchwss catchwas catchwas
was made by Burdette in the fourth fourthBwn fourthBwn fourthUwn
Bwn RHOAB R II 0 A B Bwood RHOAB R 1l 0 A E
Brown SB 21211 21 I all 3 1 1 Bmnneref 1 I M m a I
Smith b S ill t313 I 1 J 6 Frer lb lbOICO a CO
McGgorJb 1 a 1 2 a Smith e a 1 71 7 1 0
cf 1 1 a J ii Shomo ShemaorfIIO1I rf a 61 1
Burch lb 1 Ib0 1 11 I t Bardettaa hnlett a I 21 2 1 2
If a 6 1 a Clark 2b Sb1IS5 1 a 8
rf rtt rfI1II a 1 a a Stvra St ni lffa itI0 0 1 1Btoden 100 100Dlsdenp0012 i iBladen
Btoden Dlsdenp0012 p 0 0 1 2 a Xraktne Enklne reklnepl0IO0 p a a a aBMn
BMn c c a 1 4 0 a WSmltkZe WSmIth2bTotaJs a I S a S SToUls 2rotalLcslIol
ToUls rotalLcslIol fl GUllO 82110 II 1 ToUl Totals2S134 J 2 11 S 4
0 S11IIOOZ S11IIOOZeTn 11000 J 1 0 I IeMlTIi I
eMlTIi 2 201301x6 80200 It I 0 x xStruck xRtsuck
Struck out outBy By Bkufen C by Brakloj 8
hit hitA A Smith Stolen b beee v
2 Smith 2 McGregor McG 1 2 IX rlOt Do1s b I I
y Torbett to Clark ClarkHackett
Hackett and Alexander Beat Clothier Clothierand Clothierhnd 1 1and
and Lamed in Close Contests ContestsToo Cont ContestsToo ts tsToo
Too Much Netting NettingLOKGWOOD NettingLONG
LOKGWOOD LONG WOOD Mass July 28 22One One of
gra grandest lde t exhibitions l of tennis ever
on the local courts was wltn wltne witnessed ed
the largest gallery of the tourna ¬
this thl afternoon when h0n the finals In inhe
he Eastern astern championship champlon blp doubles be be ¬
Hackett and Alexarijr and
and Lamed was wa called for play
of which went to deuce and all
fully tuU P contested contestedHackett contestedHackett contestedHackett
Hackett and Alexander beat Clothier
Lamed 97 8C Sc 62 6 108 83 83The saThe 1aThe
The winners will 111 meet the winners in
Western doubles championship to
played at Newport next month monthLamed montliIarned monthLamed
Lamed and Clothier played a splen spl n nlid ¬
game but Larne4 was wft especially
constantly netting his returns
played remarkable tennis and andime
and again when big 1s opponents
re within a point of winning the tbemo
mo or match succeeded for the time
n staving s atavIngotZ avl1s ofi o defeat c
Seventeen Races Including IncludingOctopede IncIqdingOctopede IncludingOctopede
Octopede for Labor Day Dayon Dayon Dayon
on Potomac PotomacWOULD Poton1acWOULD PotomacWOULD
Potomac Beat Club Crew Anxious to toTry toTry
Try Cenclufiene Clnclu na Again With Cana Canadians CanadiansGothamftes CanadlansGotbamltes ¬
dians diansGothamftes Gothamites Interested InterestedS IntereetedSeklolft InterestedSeldom
S Seldom ldom has kHeatb enthusiasm run no High Highover 1IIghOee highover
over an outoftown totton regatta as has ha that thatof tMtoC thatof
of New York and the North in n gen general ge geeral g n ¬
era eral ovev ove the Middle States regatta regattato
to be hold in Washington on eu Labor LaborDay abor aborDay aber
Day DayThe
The N New w York Herald came out a a few fewdays tewday
days day ago apwlth with the statement that alt allthe altthe
the Harlem i ver dubs are unanimous unanimousin
in determiaiit to make the Middle MiddleStates Mlddl8Stat MIdd1
States Stat eclipse all records Several of ofthe ofthe
the Harlem clubs clubMwere were so interested Intere ted and andso andso
so anxious to visit Washington that thatthey tbatthey thathey
they t requested another race to be add added aclded addil ¬
ed o il to the list of events eventalntermecUate eventalntermecUateelghtoareel eventsIntermediatesightoared Intermediate Intermediateeightoared
eightoared shells lihel This Thl would he In Interesting InteUIII Ineresting ¬
teresting t to Capitol clubs as both the theAnalosUns theAnalotaM theAnalotane
AnalosUns and the Xotoinacs Potomacs have havesuch naveaueb
such s uch crews crew at work workIn 1orkIn workin
In response to an article In Th The Times Timesof Timesof Timesf
of o f a a recent date da in which the national nationalassociation Jltlonal8Odatton nationalssociation
a association was mildly csnstVed c ed for fornot tornot
not n ot including the eightoared sculMng sculMngor
or o r octopsde event in its program the thelocal tbelocal
local l organisations communicated commut with withthe withlhe
the t he Middle JUd 1e States insisting that this thiscoming tblacomll1 thiscoming
coming style of aquatic racing be in included InelLadeci Inluded ¬
cluded e and made mad a feature of the re regattas repttaa ¬
gattas g attas The answer < was favorable and andthis aadthis andhis
this t his event has been carted cartedIncluding canIedIncludJQC
Including these th two additions there therewill therewill therewill
will be teveoteen races lacel a u follows followsLiet fellowsLit filioweList
Lit of Evrats EvratsJunior EvtsJwstor EvsntsJunior
Junior a1aP sing sculls scullsInternxtltate 1lCU1 1lCU1IntJlMdtate senIleIntermediate
Intermediate IntJlMdtateSenior stogie stngtSenior scidin scidinSenior
Senior stogie scull scullAssociation JtCUlItion senile
Association tion tionSeaior senior senile itallaSenior
Senior single e sculls < tunaquarter rt gnartsr mtt mttdash lit litdub mile mileash
dash dubJ d dashJunior ash ashJunior
Junior J double setttts settttsIntermediate KIt KItIatenMcllate acuilsIntermediate
Intermediate doubt deu deuSenior double i iSenior senile senileSenior
Senior double sculls scullsIntermediate IKUllaInterfate scullsintermedIate
Intermediate centipede centipedeSenior senile seetteSenior
Senior centipede sculls acnttsJunior MCdaJunior scullsJunior
Junior octuple sculls sculiaJunior IICUlIJ scullsJunior
Junior J ualor fouroared fouroaredIntermediate gigs gfgsIntermediate gigsIntermediate
Intermediate fouroared gigs gigsSenior lgs gs gsSe
Senior Se fouroared fouroaredJor shells shoMaJuolor shellsJuplor
Juolor eightoared shells shellsIntermediate ahel ahelIn shellsIntermediate
Intermediate In nnecUate eightoared afeglls afegllsSenior htllisSenior absilsSenior
Senior eightoared elgkt ared shells shellsHelp aheUHe1p shellsHelp
Help Greater Gros er Washington WashingtonIt
It is expected that the citizen com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee now booming Industrial Great Greater Greater Greator ¬
er Washington will make the regatta regattaa S Ssort
a a sort of advertising feature of the theboom theboona theboom
boom The local l eal papers have already alreadypublished alreadypuhlhf alreadypublished
published a letter of Commissioner CommissionerWast Comlftlulonere CommissionerWest
West e t to the jobbers jo r and shippers com commil committee cornmittee
mittee mil tee indorsing Indordr the idea Id of using usfn the
big regatta e < ltta to show off the new Wash Washngton ¬
ington ingtonEncouraging IIS I ngtonEncouraging loft loftEncouragtng
Encouraging reports from the na naional nJonal tieonal
ional l association in New York con coninue ¬
tinue t inue Secretary Brown of the asso association associatlon easeelation ¬
elation prominent member of the Ata Ateanta
lanta l anta Boat Club of New York sent out outto nutto outto
to all the clubs in America last last week weeka
a large and handsome poster p of the re rettta r rgatta regtta
gatta ttta in Washington on Labor Day Dayollowlng
Following up these were sent the invi Inviatlons ¬
tations t to sculiers and oarsmen oarsmanThe oarsmenThe
The course has recently recent been surveyed BUreyed BUr stirvayed
veyed veyedAfter vayedAfter eyed eyedAfter
After Argonauts ArgonautsTreasurer Arg ArgonautsTreasurer nauts nautsTreulrer
Treasurer Claude R R Zappone will at attend attfnd atend ¬
tend t end the Canadian Henley regatta next nextweek Bextw nextweek
week w tt Ui order to induce th the Canadians Canadiansto
to t o come here The Potonmca Potomae espe especially pe peclally ¬
daily are anxious to again meet the thechampion thecbamplOft
champion Argonauts whom they tbe de ¬
f at the Middle States In New
York two years ago agoThe agoThe agoTb
The Tb Anafoatans AIfLJc tan continue to show showplenty showplenty showplenty
plenty of good rowing material and no noeek
lack l of vigor vf or and enthusiasm enthul asm Every
evening Captain Wheply bas two eight elghtoared eightoared 1
oared crews e r four and nd a double scull scullout tlCullout scullout
out for practice tJIetce and all have been beenshowing beenahowing beenshowing
showing tunsiiitent improvement of ofate
late latePlaisted l ate atePlaistect j jPlaistert
Plaistert a Lucky Catch CatchThe CatchThe
The AmJostan Club has done well in insecuring InHeurtng Inecuring
securing s the services of Fred PMteted PMtetedfor PJaJetedtor PlalatIdor
for f or coach co and he will soon take charge chargaof cbal1l11lof
of thj tll crows He was formerly the theooaeh th thooaM theeaet
ooaeh c eaet Of the Harlem Bqat t Club but butis 1tutI buts
is I s better known locally as the coach or orthe otthe ofhe
the t he famous Potomac crew which went wemto Welnto wento
to t o Staten Island in 1887 1 captured the the1MO
1MO trcrty and the championship o oAmerica ot otAmerltCL ofAmerica
America AmerltCL Secretary A Fisher lI1 ber was at atthat atthat atthat
that tint rowing rooJn in the Potomacs Potomacscrew Potomacscrew Potomacsrew
crew c rew am ant it is thought that it was wasthrough Wasthrough nuhrough
through t his intercession Interce slon that the Ana An Anoetane
aJUiJ secured 1 the services of such a avaluable avaluable avaluable
valuable boating boatln authority
The Potomacs while they have been beenon beenon beenon
on and off the water for a month ot
have not yet settled down to regu reguar ¬
ar work Tomorrow afternoon however
s the day set for the beginning of earn earnat j
at training and from now tin Coach i
A Dempaey formerly of George Georgetown Georeto Georgeown
town to t own will 111 get real busy busyJoseph busyJOIIeph busyJOseph
Joseph T Daly Da1 of the Potomacs is isn
n tenet in the national naUonalrflott1l regatta at Wor Vor
in the intermediate single scull 8 scullvent 11
vent Daly it will be remembered la I Ishe
he youngster who went tmt over to the
s regatta at Philadelphia on the theourth
ourth and nd romped away with the theunior
unior sculling sulUn event eventBLOOMINGDALES eentBLOOMtNGDALES eventBLOOMINGOALES
The BlooKmrdales BlooJ ndale defeated the Rose Ro e
In a lieavybattingr game yester e ter ¬
by ie to S SThe JThe 3The
The fielding of Jacobs Lebaud and
and the pitching of Walsh
the features featuresThe featuresThe eatureTht
The ofticlal score scoreBldate coreDIdale scoreBtdaIe
Bldate R H 0 A K Rbuds R II O A AZ AZIsaWCttSb B Ba
IsaWCttSb tt1b S 1 2 1 1i 1 Stewart a a i 6 a I
0 e 1 l efStapla 4ale Jb a S a 2 2Cicpr
cf i 1 2 a 0 ft Otirandaf a a 2 a 5
et a 8 a a i 9 Mann If a a a a 0
It 1 a a a a Daitey p o 0S a a 2 0
acObs lb 2 1 ill ia 1 a a IJWronse Wron 2222 2 2 2 2 0
e 12820 1 2 i Carr lb 1271
SB 1 0 1 3 0 De DossiemIh deroJb a a 1 2 I
p 1 0 1 a a Chaw iliewrfI1III rf a 1 a a
r rfl rf lIe I laaa I S 0
rf 0 1 1TotaJa 0 e C Totals 3 diSia l lTotal 1Totals
Total N 1 S Jill W 1
A c a IlilixIC IlilixICosebuds i s SIxIt i x ia
i i 10I5023 10I5023named o a a s 3 3Banted
Earned runs runeBisomisgdrls BloowlHgdale 4 Rosebuds S
haa base by crwsca trzurerilooningdale MOORitnsdala n 1 Rose
1 Lefr on basoe beeeItoomingdals Btoomlnwlale 5
Pbuds udB 4 First blue on ballsOff Dailey
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hits hitsWahiron t Waklron OIee Pagan Sacrifice SacrificeitsLeland J
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NEW YORK July 3 S Sure re I Just Justmade Juatmade justmade
made up me mind to run over to Europe Europeand Europeand ZuroPend
and e nd indulge Inclulem mp taste fer culture cultureTom eultureTom cultureTorn
Tom Sharkey pushed Pl ecl back an empty emptybeer emptybeer emptyeer
beer b eer glass Ila with one delicate bend bftDd and andhooked andbooked andooked
hooked b ooked the thumb of the other in his hlasuspenders bisau hisuspenders
suspenders au s P ftdera He H was extending the bOll hospitality ¬
pitality p of his hi saloon and dance hall on onFourteenth oftlourteentk onFourteenth
Fourteenth street to a a reporter at t ono onoof on onot onef
of o f the little round tables fast under th the thealcony
balcony b where the shirtsleeved profs profssor prof profOr profior
sor s or puts his feet up and attacks the thepiano th thPIaQO thepiano
piano pianoHigh PIaQOHigh pianoHigh
High Ideas All Right RightThis RightThla RightThis
This talk about a guy that puts up tiphis uphis uphis
his hands never bein hem able to get any anyWs anyhip anyhlgti
Ws hip ideas lei is ail a rot rote said Tom hook hookIng hC4cInK hookig
InK b ig both thumbs in his suspenders Ive Tvtbeeti Ivebeen lnbeen
been over there six weeks I seen a a1 I
Pare Par I seen the art galleries zallerl and
Napoleons tomb tom and the th Shomps ShompsAleexay
Aleexay and I wen the sights of ofon Lon London London ¬
don d on too only they werent so good No Nosuch Nouch o oauch
such s uch art galleries nert there as the Loover Looverand Loov Loovernd r raM
and e nd the Looksemburger Look mburKft And I seen seenthe seenthe n nthe
the prettiest sights of Ireland An I Itell 1tell Iell
tell t ell you after bein hem six weeks abroad abroadfor abroadtor shroador
for or the benefit of me mind I tell you a aman aMan aman
man thats that had on the mitts mitt can have haveJust haveJt1at haveitat
Just j itat as much of all U that sort o thing thingand thingand thingarid
and be Just a as cultivated as the next nextman nextmart
man I went all around and seen every everything ev evthinI vry vryhing
thing t that everybody else sees and I Ienjoyed 1enjoyed Ienjoyed
enjoyed it ItY8 yes sir I enjoyed it It WAs AVhay W1aye WAsye
y ye hav ftavet ftavetDid have haveDid T TDid
Did I go with tth a a Cooks Cook tour tour1 Now I 1mt It Iset
mt t expected expeeted that question No I Ididnt Ididnt
dldnL didnt You dont catch me traveling travelingaround traveitnK traveitnKIYOUnd travelIngaeund
around iviih a gang of women and chil children chlldrenltke ehildren ¬
dren drenltke like a smwed rnwed ed up orphan asylum asylumI ylum ylumguess
I guess Im big enough to go travel travelteg travelag
teg l ag myself without anybody leading me mealong meaJoag meabueg
along No Cooks for mine mineMet mineMet mineMet
Met Pale in London Londonr
T r Just took the missus and th the kid kidand kidand kidand
and says MY I to them for six weeks weekswe weekswe weekswe
we cut ut loose 008 and s Bee e everything there thereSo therew theres
So w i s and we did all first class c1u too from fromstart fromatart fromstart
start to finish finishFirst Anl finishFfnet h hIfrat
First we go to London LonWI The missus missusan mta missusan us usan
an the kid go 0 shopping and after I see seea seca ee eea
a sight or or two I drifts up to the Na National Sat10nal Naional ¬
tional t Sporting Club ClubJ I fought Ruhlin Ruhlinthere ttuhllnthere Ruhltnthere
there five years ago yd know Did I Iwin Iin Iwin
win in Naw I lost Fifteen rounds roundsHow roundsHow roundsHow
How did it happen Why I was a sick sickman sickman sickman
man Thats why I was sick sickWell MicleVelI sickVell
Well VelI I see Sb a a lot of my myoId old pals palsthere palsthere palsthere
there Charlie Mitchell and the guy guythat 8U 8Uthat guythat
that fought Young Corbett and those thoseAnd tho thoABd thoseAnd
And some pretty highplaced gentlemen gentlemenwere enUemnwere gentlemenwere
were there too Oh I had a first Ar t rat rnUtime ratUme rut ruttime <
time in London The King wasnt wasntthere w9llntth wasn t tthere
there th e If he 1tehac1 had been I have a straight straighttip straightUv straighttip
tip that Fd amet amethim him all right all allright allrIght allright
right You know hes a great t sport sportAs sportAs sportAs
As a matter of fact hes hesone one of the few fewand twmen fewmen
men I know thats a tir first t clasi sport sportand port portand
and a perfect gentleman to boot Yes Yessir Yessir Yessir
sir so far as I know kno hen a perfect perfectgentleman perfectgentleman perfectgentleman
gentleman gentlemanCant gentlemanCant gentlemanCant
Cant Fool Thomas ThomasDidnt ThomasDidnt ThomasDldnt
Didnt see Many sights at rbt5 Yea Y I did didThe didThe dIdThe
The day before we w left I cut out the theN theN theN
N S C and took in a muNU museum I went wentto wentto wentto
to the National Natl nal Museum there thc to see seethe seetho seethe
the statues Id heard a lot about how howgreat howgreat howgreet
great a museum it was wi and what won wonderful wonderful worderful ¬
derful statues atatu but you knew I saw sawBorne 5 sawsome W W80me
Borne in bleck bl ck marble that were the thuworst th thworst theworst
worst things ycu ever ever se see An old guy IN guytells
tells me that they He were six thousand thousandyears thousandyears thousandyears
years old and cvune from Egypt E rypt I Ifuess IgUNS Iguess
fuess gUNS I looked like a dummy to him
Six ix thousand years old and here its itsOnly it itaOnly is isCnlT
Only nineteen hundred and nd something
now I wonder wOftderWhat what he took me for1 for1Anyway forrAnyway for forAnyway
Anyway they the were ere bum statues > tatU You Youcan Youcan Yo Yoan
can c an pass anything off on the English Englishand EIlClishand Zaglishnd
and a nd if youre there you have to stand standor
for f or it Jt Why Yh now look at the deal dt > al
Tommy Ryan gives em when h ha counts countsm COUDbme countsme
m me out to Huhlin five years ago and me
the better man Bv Even ven n If r I was sick I
had him beat beatWent beatWent beatWent
Went in for Culture CultureWell Culturewen CultureWell
Well alter I seen se all Ute sights in inLondon InLondon InLondon
London that way w we all goes ever to toParis toParts toParis
Paris Say thats it for mine Not Notthat Notthat Notthat
that its so gay ga Because I didnt go gom gon
m In I n for the kanfay sbohton bOflto and all that thatat thatat
at ail Paris is l the capital of the world won
Theyve get all the culture ul ure there is there
And I went in for it 1taU all there was uYOtl you
bet bet
I guess cue I walked a hundred mil ml1s
through the art rt galleries Say they the theWeft theywere
Weft great gre t The Loover now nowthat nowthatwhere nowtheVswhere thats thatswhere
where Napoleons tomb is You say it
is 3 some miles away from there No
it I t aint I just come com from there and an
Napoleons tomb i is > right at the Loover
Well anyway its great greatthe the Loover LooyeI
I mean Just t miles and miles of pic picL
turet I certainly got tired reel of TUbberlng
but at t the Sm same < L um time I certainly got ot a agood agood
good deal of culture tramping up and an anen
down en thorn e halls and looking lookln em e aU aUover aUoer altOver
over overDid
Did I a He e the Veanus Surd SUr Funny Punn
thing I was looking for some statooary tatooar
to buy and put up in my place so I
walked along and whan I saw this Uti one
T said to nvvseif Well eU she certainly
looks l pretty flrty < Irty and badly Ir busted l too t o
But if trI I can iret ret et Kleinvlnkel that Dutch
friend of mine OR Third av avenue to put
on her r nd fli Allin fill in the chipped places
and Just put a nice coat of clean white
paint all 1 over ove her er sit shed h d do doOffered doOffered doOffered
Offered 300 for Venus VenusWell VenusWell VenusWell
Well wlat do you think tb nkl I just justwanted Justwanted justwanted
wanted the statue because U8e it was big and
I could say it came from the Loover
and I told an old guy uy with brass bra but
tong tO that Id be willing nllng to par two or
three hundred dollars for ier her What
you ou think he says 11 He tells tell me that
the government paid IU5000 < o 4MO CM for the
thing I thought Id faint Ive seen seenem s seenem > n nem
em half fcs s bg bJrln in Fourteenth street for
dollar and a half Just t th the same me I
I could have bought bou t it for this
Just Ju t think It it stood up no here her
the professor eh The famous
dee d Meelo from fl nt the 1oover Im
I couldnt get it ttftJI11t ttftJI11tThen Itrn m giity sorry sorr sorrThen
Then I went over to JM ha Looksem ¬
Palace too Thej The ve v got a lot
modern pictures there you know
Le Page Pa e and a Wg g lot I cant
the rest of era And I went wento
o the races a lot too They call all th the
Lahngshom or something and andts
ts a fine nt course Saw Alice Roosevelt
her husband there No I didnt didntpeak
to them tht > m never had the pleasure p aaura aauraf
f being b lns introduced Same with the t hp
pf the French Republic Ant Antdropped
dropped around to look over the CH Cau
place too Never heard of the
lee Gwan Why Bony Bon and his hi hi1te
1te thats getting etUng a divorce oJvorceOn dlyorceOn divorceOn
On my vay A home I went through
Kil arney and Belfast and
some Imo with my old ld mother at at5undlk
Dundalk Then I got a few souvenirs Muv nr
came here on the Carmania Sun ¬
I had a fine time got a whole hole lot
mental improvement and s Hen en a lot
thing thingJust thingJust thingsJust
Just then the professor broke out
and Tom jumped to his feet with
start go 8 ° did the reporter

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