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8 THE WASHINGTON TIMES TDIESSATURDAY SATURDAY MAY 18 181907 181907BAN 1907 1907BAN 1907BAN
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BAN JOHNSON JOHNSONSDEFIANCE S DEFIANCE DEFIANCE Of OFGARRY GARRY HERRMANN THREATENS TROUBLE TROUBLOne TROUBLEOne TROUBLEOne
One or Other Must Back Down or Baseball War Will Result
KELLEY KELLEYGASE KELLEYGASEMA CASE CASEHerrmann
MA Y DISR UPT UPTf
ii f COAiljd GOMMISSIOJV GOMMISSIOJVHerrmann ISSIOlV ISSIOlVIBrrmann
Herrmann and nd Johnson Direct Opposites on onStatus onStatus onStatus
Status of Washingtons Wash ngtons New Player PlayerComiskey PlayerComiskeylnvolved PlayerComiskeyInvolved Comiskey ComiskeyInvolved
Involved in Latest Row
CHICAGO May IS 18Ulooks It looks very verymuch verymuch verymuch
much like an an issue between those dear dearold dQ8rold dearold
old pals pa1 Ban Johnsen johuHn and Charloe CharloeComiskoy Charl08ComlskQ CharUmComl3koy
Comiskoy ComlskQ and Johnson and Garry GarryHerrman GarryHenman CarryHcrrmau
Herrman over the case of Mike Ike Kcl Kclley K I1ley l lt lBan
ley t
leyBan Ban says he cannot play pIa with with Wash Washington Washr Vashingtonthat ¬
r ington ingtonthat that he still is Ineligible and andthat andthat andthat
that till the American Association sets setshim setahim setshim
him right he is barred Garry said saWonly saidI saidonly
I only ten days ago that Ivolloy 10110 oUoy was all allright anright allright
right that he was a free agent and andcould andcould andcould
could sign any place he pleased Act ActIng ActIng ActIng
Ing on Garrys statement Cantlllon sign signed slgned signed ¬
ed him himIt himIt I IIt
It will now have to be fought out be between between between ¬
tween Ban Johnson and Garry Herr Herrmann Horrmann Herrmann ¬
mann with Harry Pulliam probably r as asreferee a areferee asreferee
referee Two stories were flying lng around aroundtoday aroundtodayone roundtldayone
today tldayone one that thatBan Ban had withdrawn his hiskick hiskick hiskick
kick and that Kclley would uld be allow allowed aUowed allowed ¬
ed to play the th other that the big bl presi president pre preeldent l ldent ¬
dent was standing RtA uilng pat and an refused rofu I to tosee tosee tosee
see any openings for Kelley KelleyA KelJe KelJeA IeIIeyA
A Chicago Chi go Theory TheoryFans TheoryFans TheoryFang
Fans who have been wondering what whaton whaton whaton
on earth Joe Cantlllon wanted anted of Kel Kelley Kelli KelIcy
Icy li as R an active player pl er will understand understandthe understandthe understandthe
the situation more clearly clear if It i is s ox explained oxplalnod oxplalnod ¬
plalnod that Kelley K lley wasnt 88nt counted on onas onas onas
as a Washington player iayer for more than thana
a game or so Cantlllons idea is s this thisBy thl thlBy thisBy
By playing Kelloy a game g mc or two and andthus Andthus andthus
thus obtaining the sanction nctlon of base baseballs baHbans baseballs ¬
balls highest company on his eligibil eligibility eligihilIty ltglbllit ¬
ity it he would be in good standing every everywhere evoohere everywhere ¬
where here He was then to be sent s t back to toDes toDes toDes
Des Moines lIolm and used 1Od as playing man manager manager manc ¬
c ager of the Iowa team This is the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole thing In a nutshell and another anotherday anothwday anotherday
day or two will doubtless shew just justwhero ju Justwhere t twhero
whero Michael stands standsCase standsCase standsCase
J JTo
Case of Interest InterestTo InterestTo
To Baseball Fans FansAll FansAllOver FansAll
All AllOver Over Country CountryBy
By THOMAS SJRICE SJRICEWashington S RICE RICEVuhlngton RICEWashington
Washington fans will fallow follow the de developments devehtpments dovekiprnents ¬
velopments of the Kelly Keltp civje Che e1 with al almost almost almost ¬
most as much interest as they the did those thosein tho thoseIn e eIn
in the case of Jake Stahl whom the theNational thoNational theNational
National Commission forced Washing Washington Washtngton lashington
ton to sell eU but while the Stahl matter matterwas matterwas matterwas
was of purely Jocal concern the Kelley Kelleyincident KeneyIncident KelleyIncident
incident may attract the attention of ofevery otcery ofevery
every fan In the country because of ofthe otthe ofthe
the complications between the Amerlcah AmericanLeague AmerlcahLeague AmerlcahLeague
League and the rest of organized base baseball bfiseball baseball ¬
ball that may ensue ensueAt ensue ensueAt ensueAt
At present the situation is this Garry GarryHerrmann GarryHerrmann CarryHorrrnann
Herrmann chairman of the thef J National NationalCommission Nation NationCommission NationalCommission
Commission the th highest court In base baseball bueball baseball ¬
ball is said to have told Kelley Kelle that he hecould hecould hecould
could play pIn with the Washington team teamuntil tcamuntil teamuntil
until his hlscaso case before the commission Is Isadjudicated Isadiudlcntedand Isadjudicatedand
adiudlcntedand adjudicated and Washington wants to toplay toplay toplay
play him Ban Johnson president of ofthe otthe ofthe
the American League set himself above abovethe abovethe abovethe
the commission of which he Is a mem member member momher ¬
ber overruled the ruling of o the chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man disregarded the wishes of a a club clubhi clubin clubIn
in his own league and ordered Umpire UmpireSilk UmJllreSnk UmpireSilk
Silk OLoughlln to koop Kelley out of ofthe otthe ofthe
the game pamoSubmit JamcSubmit gameSubmit
Submit or Go to War WarIf WarIf WarIf
If it comes to a definite issue IHu and John Johnson JohnSOn Johnson ¬
son maintains his position after the thecommission thocommission thecommission
commission orders him to recede what whatIs whatis thatIs
Is going to happen How Is the Na NaAMERICAN NaAMERICAN i iAMERICAN
I IYesterdays
AMERICAN LEAGUE LEAGUEYesterdays LEAGUEYesterdays
Yesterdays Results ResultsWashington ResultsWashington ResultsWashington
Washington 4 Chicago 1 1New 1New 1New
New Yprlc 5 Detroit DotroltOJ 3 3Cleveland ZOlpvoland
Cleveland OJ voland 6 Boston S SSt iSt SSt
St Louis 13 Philadelphia PhiladelphiaTodaya r rTodays t tTodays
Todays Games GamesWashington GamesWuldnston GamesWashingtdn
Washington at Cleveland ClevelandBoston CloolandBOilton ClevelandBoston
Boston at Chicago ChicagoNew ChicagoNew ChicagoNew
New York at SL St Lout LoutPhiladelphia LouPhlJacielphla LouisPhiladelphia
Philadelphia at Detroit DetroitStanding DotroltStandin DetroitStanding
Standing Standin of the Clubs ClubsChicago ClubsL Clubsw
W L Pet PetChIC PatChicago
Chicago ChicagoCleveland ChIC go IS 9 667 667Cleveland 667Cleveland
Cleveland ClevelandDetroit 16 11 M MDetroit IO IODetroit
Detroit DetroitNew 14 10 10New IIa IIaN
New N w York YorkPhiladelphia 13 11 542 542Philadelphia t2 t2Philadelphia
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaBoston 12 12D 12NATIONAL l35 1 1Boston
Boston BostonWashington D 35 6 371 375Washington 371Washington
Washington WashingtonSt 8 14 14St 4 3414 3414St
St St Louis 9 17 34 34NATIONAL H
I I II
NATIONAL NATION L LEAGUE LEAGUEYesterdays LEAGUEYesterdays LEAGUEYesterdays
Yesterdays Results ResultsChicago Resultshlcngo Resultsihicagd
Chicago hlcngo 5 Boston 1 1Cincinnati 1Cincinnati ICincinnati
Cincinnati 12 Philadelphia 4 4pittsburg 4Plttsburg 4Pltthburg
pittsburg 1 Brooklyn 0 0New oNew 0New
New York 4 St Louis 0 0New Ow 0New
New w Yock 2 St Louis 1 1Todays 1 1Todays 1Todays
Todays Games GamesChicago GamesChl GamesChicago
Chicago Chl ago at Boston BostonCincinnati Bostony
q y Cincinnati ftnfnnaU nt Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPltteburg r rPlttaburg I IPlttl
Plttaburg Plttl burg nt Brooklyn BrooklynSt
St Louis at New York YorkStanding YorkStanding YorkStanding
Standing of the Clubs ClubsVIRGINIA Clubsw ClubsW
w L Pet PetNOtl PatNowYork
NOtl NowYork York 23 3 S5Chicago SI5 SI5Chicago
Chicago 22 2i 4 84G 84GPJttsburg 46 46Plttsburg
PJttsburg 12 8 000 000Philadelphia 000PhIladelphia
Philadelphia 12 11 m mOfclton 522floton
floton Ofclton 10 Ii 400 400Cincinnati 400Cincinnati
Cincinnati 2 0 16 1 3i6 3i6St 375St
St Louis J tI m mBrooklyn mBro0klyn
Brooklyn a n 1Jj 1JjVIRGINIA I IVIRGINI
VIRGINIA VIRGINI STATE LEAGUE LEAGUEStanding LEAGUEStanding LEAGUEStanding
Standing of the Clubs ClubsDanvlllo ClubsW Clubsw
W L Pet PetI PcLDanville
Danvlllo DanvllloRichmond 14 8 GaI GaIRichmond 6341 6341I
I I Richmond RichmondKoanoke 12 I S 519 519Roanoke 610I
I Roanoke KoanokeLynchburg 12 1 10 54 54lynchbul1 545 545Lynchburg
Lynchburg 30 1D l f4 56 56Portsmouth 6 6PortsmOuth
7 PortsmOuth > r rt < 6Tnrtiifh 6TnrtiifhNorfolk 10 12 i 165 165Norfolk b bNorfolk
Norfolk 3 14 17t ileS
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tlonal Commission going to enforce Itsdecision Its Itsdecision Itsdecision
decision If the American morl an League L ague as asrepresented asreprosentod asrepresented
represented by its president pr8 ldent deolines deolinesto
to abide by tho decision will the Na National NatIonnl National ¬
tional League let the matter drop or orwill orwflJ orwill
will it break off of relations with Its Amer American AmotI Amorlean ¬
I lean rival and thus bring an end to totho toI tothe
I the National Commissloij which would wouldhave wouldhave Outd Outdhave
have been proved a court without power powerIf poWorIt poWerIt
It the two leagues split ptlt in this thl matter matterand mattorand matterand
and there is nobody to settle disputes disputesbetween disputesb disputesboJwoen
between b woen thorn what Is to prevent a a re renewal renewal renewal ¬
newal of the ruinous baseball war ar Or Orwill OrWill OrwIll
will the National League the Washing Washington Washington asHlns asHlnston ¬
ton club In particular and the other otherAmerican othorAmerican otherAmerican
American League clubs In general curl curlup curlup curlup
up before Johnson and allow him to get getaway getAway getaway
away with his highhanded proceeding
Judging from rom past performances pertormnneesan pertormnneesanR6W6t an ananswer anaswor
answer R6W6t in the positive po IUo to the last lues ctuesUon question < luestion
tion is the most probable outcome outcomeThis outcomeThis outcomeTlil
This Tlil is not an alarmist view and Is Isnot Isnot isnot
not raising a bogle but a a plain state statement statoment statemeat ¬
ment of a situation alt atlun arising arJ lng from John Johnsens Johnsons Johnsons
sons course courseWhere cour COUrseWhere e eWhere
Where Comiskey Comes In InCharles InCharles
Charles Cbarl Comtekoy Comko owner of the t e Chi Chicago Chicago Ciiicage ¬
I cago American Loaguera champions of ofthe o othe ofthe
the world is deeply interested In minor mlnoleague minorJeague mInoleague
league baseball and especially e peclaUy In the theAmerican theAmerdn theAmercAn
American Association J eocIatJon which expelled expelledKelley expelledKeUey expelledKelley
Kelley on the ground that he had hadbrought hadbrought hadbrought
brought unsubstantiated unu Uated charge against againstUmpire againstUmpire againstUmpire
Umpire Owens honesty when Kelley Kelleywas KelJe Kelleywas
was 88 manager of the Minneapolis lItnne polls team teamComiskey teamCOII teamCoadakey
Comiskey COII key was Was manager and owner of ofthe Dtthe ofthe
the St Paul team of the American Asso Association Association AssocIatloo ¬
ciation before he h acquired th the Chicago Chte
franchise tranchl e in the American League Lo SUo and andstill RDdstiU andstill
still owns the club Comiskey is a agreat agrt agreat
great friend of Joe and Mike Cantlllon Cantlllonwho Cantfllonwho Cantillonwho
who own the Minneapolis club and also aJ o
ttie tb Des Moines olne club which is i in the
Western League LeagueKelley Leaguelelley LeagueKelIey
Kelley Is a man of o firm friends and andmany andI andinaa
many man enemies The Cantillons and
I Comlskev are ar lined up behind b hlnd him In his litepresent hisprOMn hispresent
present prOMn effort to reest re reestablish brbllsh Ilsh his hI post postsupposed poeItlon posttioit
tlon In basebA1f OPPOSed to hIm is a aecnablnat10n acombinatIon
combinatIon supposed auppo ed to be headed by b
Ban Johnson and nd which has been after
his scalp for many moons moonsIrreconcilable moonsIrreconcilable na naIrreconcilable
Irreconcilable Breach BreachComl BreachComiskey
Comiskey Coml keoy lau had a true line on Ban BanJOhnson BanJlhnson BanJOhnson
JOhnson for several veral years and distrust distrusted dl dIstrusted tru t ted ¬
ed and disliked him They were open openenemies oponcnem opencnems
enemies cnem cnems last reason f a > ason and their apparent apparentreconciliation 3PPftrentrecon appiuentroeonbiliation
reconciliation recon lUaUon was for or r commercial pur purposes jiurposes ¬
poses 1 only This Thl Kelley affair of o the thelast theI
I last few days is said to hSve e widened widenedthe widenedthe widenedthe
the bread between them th m to such an ex extent extent extent ¬
tent that even a Joke peace conference conferencecould conferencecOUld conferencecould
could not be arranged between them
When a banquet was given Comiskoy CoUtl koy
In Chicago ChlC8fe this thl week In honor 5f f the theraising theral theraIsing
raising ral tng of 0 the worlds championship champlon hlp pen peniant penhant penIant
iant won by his liI American League team
Ban Johnson president of the th league leaguealthough J68suealthough leaguealthough
although he was at the park at the
hoisting of the bunting wa wtWJ w not at the
bJsr bi I feed feedcomtekey tledComiskey feed1omlskey
comtekey has the reputation among
all who know him of being a cl chan an n
sportsman aport man and of having l1a vtng more base ¬
ball sense aena nse In a minute than Johnson
could get in isa a thousand years Hitherto
Jn resenting the bullying and officious
tactics of Johnson Comiskey has mere mer ¬
ly sulked In his tent tentS and kept the thepeace thepeace thepeace
peace for the sake of the league but butnow butnow butnow
now it is said that Comiskey Coml key IE ready
to assume a Um the aggressive gr0881ve and take takemeasures tak takmea takemeasures
measures mea ures to curb the pernicious and ar arrogant Ifrrigant errgant ¬
rogant activity of the man to whose whosesalary whosesalary whosesalary
salary lie is contributing and that be beore ¬
fore ore the spring of IMS 11J Johnson John on will ill get
the severeet Jolt of his life lifeKelleys lICeKelleys lifeKelleys
Kelleys Merits Not a 1 Factor FactorThis FactorThis FactorThis
This Keller talk now attracting atten attention attentlQJ1 attentlen ¬
tion Is aside slde from the question whether whetherthat whetherthat whetherthat
that young young man should be reinstated reln tated in inbaseball inbuehaU inbaseball
baseball at all and neither defense nor norcondemnation nt ntcondemn n ° r rcondemnation
condemnation condemn tlon of him is hero intended
Nor did Johnson John on assume sume a lofty loftyground Joftyground loftyground
ground In Interdicting his playing with withthe Ilb
the Washington ashlngton team te m Kelly may mayor mayormllY or ormay oi oimay
may not he an undesirable player but butthis butthis butthis
this dW not enter Into Herrmanns de decision decision doclelon ¬
cision that he could get into the game gameor gameor gameor
or Johnsons that he should not notWILLIAM notWILLIAM notWILLIAM
WILLIAM G KREIG KREIGBEST KREIGBEST KREIGPISTOL
BEST BEST PISTOL SHOT SHOTNEW SHOTnv SHOTNEW
NEW nv YORK May lfa 18 18Accordtng According to toan tonn toan
an announcement made yesterday by J JB JB f fB
B Grabtrce < rabtrce secretary secret ry of the Unitcd UnitedStates UnitcdStates UnitcdStates
States Revolver Association S Oclallon William G GKraig GKrelJ 0Kreig
Kraig of Chicago won the indoor revol revolver reol reolor revolver ¬
ver or championship in the national tourna tournament tournament tourramont ¬
ment hold from March 18 to 34 M i in Maine MaineRhode MaineRhode alaineRhode
Rhode Island Massachusetts MnsS chusbtts New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York New Jersey Pennsylvania Mary Maryland lIaoInndnUnols MarylandIllInols ¬
land InndnUnols Illinois Louisiana Missouri MI880url North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina NorthCarolina
Carolina and Iowa IowaKroltr IownKrol IowaKrok
Kroltr Krol made m de a total score of o 461 out of ofa ofa ofa
a possible 500 S E Sears of St Louis Louiswas Louiswas Louisvas
was vas second with 445 Lieut R H Sayre Sayreof Sayrof Sayreof
of this city third with 443 J I A Dietz Dlelzof Dietzor Dietzof
of this city fourth with 441 and T An Andarton Anderton Anderton
derton of this city fifth fth with 485 485The 4 455The S STho
The State champions are William G GKrolg GKreis GKroig
Krolg Illinois Emile Hochen Jr Louis Louisiana LouIsIana LouIslana ¬
iana W V M 1L Fnwcett Maine C E EHeath EHeath EHeath
Heath Massachusetts S E Sfenrs S ars Mis Missouri 111ssourl MIsnoun ¬
souri noun MaJ S J Fort Maryland Ralph RalphM RalphI RalphM
M I Ryder R cr New Jersey Lieut R H HSayre HSavre ii iiSayre
Sayre New York F B Barrcjtt Bnrr t North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina IorthCarolina
Carolina B YorkbF L 1 JDevers evers Pennsylvania Ponnsyltaniuand Pennsylvaniaand PennsItanlBand
and E C Parkhurst Rhode Rho e Island IslandTHOMAS IsllU1dTHOMAS IslandTHOMAS
THOMAS CANCELS BOUT BOUTPHILADELPHIA BOUTPHIIDELPHIA BOUTPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA May 18 Joe JoeThomas Joerhomas Joerhomas
rhomas of i San Francisco has caltetl caltetloff caUlore calIdoffhis
off offhis his bout with Mike Twin Sullivan Sullivannt SulUvanAt
At Denver ColXand Co1and Col nd will meet Frod FrodBradley FrodBradley FredBradley
Bradley of o Boston at the Washington WashingtonSporting WashingtonSporting YnshlnstonSporting
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T HUGHES MAY PITCH PITCHAGAINST PITCHAGAINST PITCHAGAINSTNAPS
AGAINST AGAINSTNAPS NAPS TODAY TODAYCLEVELAND TODAYCIEVELAND TODAYCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND Ohio May l uJoe uJoeCanUUon iLJoeCanUlin Jee JeeCantlllon
Cantlllon and his hI Washington Vnshll1 ton ball team teamrolled toomtoUM teamrolled
rolled into Cleveland this th1 morning mornin for fora fora
a 0 series of four grimes with the Nap NapThe NalJ NalJThe NapThe
The weather Is Just right for baseball baseballand basoballand baseballand
and a large crowd no doubt will turn turnout tl1rnout tiruout
out to see Cantlllon the repute ot otwhose orwh080 ofwhose
whose oratorical efforts on the coaching coachinglino coachingJlno coachingline
line has preceded him and to give Hlok Hlokman Hlokmnn Hiokman
man the glad hand handRhoades handRhondes handRhoades
Rhoades and probably Long Tom TomHughes TomHughes Tom TomHughes
Hughes who always has been a terror terrorto terrorto terrorto
to the Naps will pitch The Naps are aregoing arQgoln aregoing
going goln at top speed now and Lajoie says saysthat s saysthat s sthat
that the team which stops them will willsurely wfllBureh willsurely
surely have ho va to play pIn some someKELLY someKELLY someKELLY
KELLY AFTER JEANNETTE JEAKNETTENEW JEANNETTENEW EANNETTE EANNETTENE
NEW NE YORK May 18Ioe S Joe Jeannettes Jeannettesopen Je Jeannottesopen nnotles nnotlestp
open tp n challenge to the heavyweight di division division dlvision ¬
vision has brought a a reply from an una unaknown UI1ciknownJthn u uknownThhn
known knownJthn John C Kelly he calls hlmsalC hlmsalCKelly himself himselfKelly himsaZfKelly
Kelly has covered Jeannettes 3100 100 for forfeit lorfoil forfelt ¬
foil and says he will arrange a match matobat m matchat toll tollat
at once with the colored lOred man on almfet almfetany alm4Rtnnytorms almtany
any nnytorms terms Jennnatte J nnnttto would like
HARD BLOW BLODEALT BLODEALTTO DEALT DEALTTO
TO PENN CREWS CREWSEight CRBVSEight
Eight Varsity Men I en beclared beclaredIneligible DeclaredIneligible Declared DeclaredIneligible
Ineligible by the theFaculty theFacuI theFaculty
Faculty FacultyPHILADELPHIA FacuI FacultyPHILADELPHIA ty tyPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA May M Iq If 1ITIM Tl UM UMversity Ua Uaently tIMversity
versity of Pannsyhwuitai Pft Ia proefMCte hi hithe 1fttbe Inthe
the American He Henley regvUo r have been beend beeadwJt beendealt
d dealt Ut a a sudden Jolt Uy It the action of oracult ika ikafaculty tofaculty
faculty acult IR declaring Ineligible le eight lSht of ofthe otthe ofthe
the twentytear men now rowing ro to toVarsity 1ftVarslty hiVarsity
Varsity boat bofte This blow came Ilk like a abolt ILbolt abolt
bolt out of the clear sky ky and It had ha4been ha4Ibeen hadbeen
been supposed that faculty restrictions restrictionswould reatrlcU008would restrictionswould
would be enforced eJ1rO prior to t the Pougn Pougnkeepsic Pou Poukeepte Poughkeepele
keepsic regatta r atta in June This has here heretofore heretofore leIe leIetorore ¬
tofore been the case but this tbJ year yearManager YeArlanagr yearManager
Manager Townsend Towftse d has ha been furntobed furntobeda
a list of o the etigibles IgibIes for the American AmericanHenley AmericanHenley AmerIeaalien
Henley lien Jey and eight names are misetng misetngFive sslssiugFive
Five Crews crews have ave been entered enteredVarsity enteredVar entereda enteredaVarsity
Varsity Var lty eight decond Varsity Varl an oc octopede oetopede octopede ¬
topede a four and Ad a freshman eight eightNow eightNow eightNow
Now Coach Co ch Ward will nave have to shift 1ft the thecrews thecrw thecrews
crews crw a aiOUt < > out in accordance with the thefaculty thetacuU thefaculty
faculty tacuU dedaratiefc declartJo Manager Townsend Townsendwas Townsendwas Townsendwas
was rushing ru hlng wildly around cotte college e yes yesterday yMterd yesterdHy ¬
terday terd y trying to straighten hl out the thetangle thetansl8 thetangle
tangle He e succeeded In J inducing uctng the thefaculty thetlLculty thefaculty
faculty committee to permit men with withthose withtho withthose
those tho e conditions to row ro but beyond this thisthey thJ thJthe thisthey
they the were obdurate obdurateHandrie obdurateHendrie obdurateHendrie
Hendrie and Rogers no r of o the Varsity Varsityare Varsityare Varsityare
are under the ban but both declare that
they will 1U be all right before bel Ore the Sth th
The octopede loses three thr men and JtcI will willprobably wlUprObably willprobably
probably be Combined with the six who whosurvived whosurvived whosurvived
survived In the second Varsity to row rowagainst rowag8Jn rowagainst
against ag8Jn t Yale In the race for second secondcraws MCOndcrQs secondcrews
craws Emory Atkins and Foster ate arethe atetho ateth
the th unfortunates In the octopede It Is
barely possible poe lble that this crew will m be beentered beentered beentered
entered as representing the College Colle e
Boat Club so as a not to be amenable
to faculty regulations but It tS s mere
likely that the t It will be disbanded alto altogether aUegether altogether ¬
getherThe getherThe gether getherThe
The thlrir thIn that is I worrying Coach
Ward most is how to make these the men meneligible meaeligible meneligible
eligible for forthe the Poughkeepsie race raceSOME raceSOME raceSOME
SOME IDLE GOSSIP GOSSIPNattress GOSSIPNaltres GOSSIPNattress
Nattress of Buffalo went to the th plate platefive pl pstefive te tefive
five times oh Q gEm 1 Tuesday and scored II ored two tworuns tworuns tworuns
runs but he hI h was no times Urne at t bat He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was twice hit by b the pitcher and Bd drew drewthree drewthree drewthree
three passes passesDenver 1MUUi 1MUUiDonver passesDenver
Denver made nineteen hits and nine nlgeteen nle nleteen nineteen
teen runs off Pitchers Gehrins and Mil MilBilly Mu
ler or Des Moines last Sunda SundaBtIl Sunday SundayBilly
Billy BtIl Smith manager of the he Atlanta Atlantateam Atlantatoom Atlantateam
team has gotten into a peculiar tangle
In order to have the privilege of getting
out on the side lines and coaching he hesigned lieslsned hesigned
signed himself as a player and appears appearseach appear8each appearsouch
each day In uniform to do the human humano
foghorn o hom act a la J Cantlllon Now May
10 arrived and he had to cut his squad
down to 0 fourteen rourt en men He has foucr foucrto tom
teen active players and doesnt want
to lose any of them but he makes the
fifteenth Seeing his mistake he asked askedthe askedthe askedthe
the other clubs in the Southern League Leagueto Loasultto
to waive on him so he could release rele se him himself hlmsete himself ¬
self and become a bench manager but
Charley Frank the New Orleans man mannger man1Isar mannger
nger refused to waive waiveS and now Smith
is up a n stump stumpThe stumpThe stumpThe
The Montgomery Advertiser Adyort1 er says Sam Sampnorlous
Apnorlous the oxGeorgetown star field fielder heldor j
er is playing a better game In that city eft
by 10 per rent cnt than he did last year
both in the field and with the bat yet1 yet1one yet yetone yetone
one of the board of directors direotorswants Avants ants him himreleased himreleascd himreleased
released Tho Advertiser enters a vig vigorous vigorous vigorous ¬
orous protest winding up with wllhStop Stop
all this puerile talk about releasing releasin releasinApperlous
Apperious one ne of o the best allaround
ball players In the South SouthTheyre SouthTheyre SouthTheyre
Theyre knocking Niles as a second secondsackcr secondsncker secondsacker
sacker In St Louis claiming he has had hadample hadampl hadample
ample chance but has not made good i
His batting has been good bqt his hiswork hiswork hiswork
work on ground balls very bad badThe badThe i iThe
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American League LeagueJUNIOR LeagueJUNIOR LeagueiBMIOR
JUNIOR PREPS DOWNST DOMST1JOIB1S DOWN
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The Georgetown Junior Preps defeated defeatedthe defteclthe defeatedthe
the the St Johns Junior Jun yesterday est after afternoon afterDOOft after500I ¬
noon on the Prep field by b 7 to a aThe t tTlte 0The
The feature was 8 the twirling of Sulli Sullivan Sulltaft Sullivan ¬
van aft for Georgetown G rgetown The visiting bats batsmen balam batsmt ¬
men m n could not connect safely lei with his hisassortment hieIUI hisassortment
assortment IUI OrtJlent of curves Sixteen assists assistsare a assistsare lets letsare
are credited CI lted the youngster without the thesemblance themblanc thesemblance
semblance mblanc of o an n error Bahbingtons Bahbingtonscatching Babblngtoftseatehlng Babbingtonscatching
catching was the feature of c St Johns Johnsplay Jolanspia Johnsplay
play pia crCon OConnor or Langmeur and Welser Welserplayed Weiserpisyed VelaerplaYed
played a fast game for Georgetown GeorgetownYesterdays GeGrgetoRY GeorgetownYesterdays
Yesterdays Y Nterdas contest was the fourth game gameof g gaul gaulof me meo
of o the series and the the third victory Ietory
for the Preps over their rivals rival The Thescore Thescore Thescore
score scoreGeo scoreGeo scoreGee
Geo Pr R RWOAX ITO A AX X 8t OtJebn John X XHOA XHOALstshor t H O A 5 5Lctsfcor 11 11JAlekf
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Totals i i2it KM 4 41 Totals TotalsGeorgetown 0 t 224142 224142Gesrgetnwnprepse 14 a aG
Georgetown G Gesrgetnwnprepse t Preps e 1 I 4 0 1 e 1 T xi 7
St StJo4ins Johns 000 eo 00 00Bomed 0 0JiJuIM4
Bomed rusd ran rsnsg Georgetown geton 4 First ba base by
anon 8IIOI1IGecH1oetown Georgetown 2 St Johns J itRIf t L Lon Loft IAtton Lofton
on b hueeSt e St Johns 7 Georgetown G R S First
base on ballsOff SUltra 4 off WWIIMr MmAyr 3
1 Struck out outy By Sullivan 7i Z tar WW WWmayee WhI1D8 Widmayor
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van R j CallaheH Maloney Ormo Om Hit by
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TimeV T1Mec r same gameI l hour and S mlnut mlnutHERMAN mlnutHERMAN c cHERMAN
HERMAN MILLER MARK MARKFOR MARKFOR MARKFOR
FOR JACK JACKBLACKBURN JACKBLACKBURNPHILADELPHIA BLACKBURN BLACKBURNPHILADELPHIA BLACKBURNPHIIJADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA May 18 Jack JackBlackburn JackBlackburn JackBlackburn
Blackburn of this thS city had everything
bjf his own way In his bout with ftlt Herman
Miller of Baltimore at the Penn Art
Club last night nl bt Blackburn knocked out
his opponent in the third round with 1h a
loft SWing to the solar plexus
Miller did fair work in In the first two tworounds ttOroundl tworounds
rounds but while he was disposed dlBJ Cd to toaggreMlvt b baggressive be beaggressive
aggressive Blackburn evaded ea ea his rushes
and got in some som good blows to the Bal
timoreans face ace In the third round
Blackburn hit up the pace and In a amixup amixup amixup
mixup got In his loft to Millers solar solarplexus solarplexus solarplexus
plexus and the latter was counted out
Johnny Cleary had the better of Gus
Feldman of this city cI In the semiwind semiwindup
up In the other bouts bOutrYoung Young Swartz Swartzmade Swnrtzniade wartz wartzmatte
made a punching bag b of o Young Youn Malloy Mano
Jock Grlccon of Chicago beat Jo Joe
Smith in six rounds roundsHENRY roundsHENRY roundsHENRY
HENRY XANDER SAILS SAILSNEW SAILSNEW SAILSNEW
NEW YORK Slay lny IS lBAmong Among the
first passengers sailing for Europe to ¬
day aboard the Koenig Albert for or Medi ¬
terranean ports was Henry Xandor of
Washington D C CManuel CManuel CManuel
Manuel the New Orleans youngster youngsterwith roungsterwith oungsterwith
with Washington In the spring of r 1906
but sent back before getting a trial in
fast company is doing good work for
New Orleans this season and is con considered considered consldered ¬
sidered one of the best qest twirlers on the thestaff thestaff thestaff
staff He H recently held heldMemphls Memphis to six
hits In a twelveInning 0 to 0 game He Healso Henlso Healso
also figures frequently as a an emergency emcrg9n
batter and pitcher
ITEtHNICAl TECHNICAL CREW CREWDEFEATS CREWDEFEATS
DEFEATS PREPS PBEPSlHigh PREPS PREPSHigh PREPSHighSchool
High HighSchool School Oarsmen Win WinRace WinRace WinRace
Race by Scant cant Quarter Quarterof Quarteroftength
of oftength oftengthThe length lengthThe
The crew of c Technical High School SchoolWOR SclaoolWOR schoolWO
WOR WO its It second race of the season IUIOR yes yesterday yesterday es esterd ¬
terday terd y when It d leteated < C at d tp Georgetown GeorgetownPrep GeorgetowJFr GeozgetownPFP
Prep Fr eight ei8 I oa tb the upper UIt Potomac by a ascant aIllCaltt aesant
scant qssrter tarter nor of a l le lgth nffih ti1 in ajnlleand ajnlleandahftlf a anhilt JnlleandaMtlC
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The Tb race was aa dose aad interesting interestingnearly Inter Interestingnearly tln tlnftearI
nearly ftearI the tJtewhoie whole length 18llC of the o otlrney otlrneyPDOrsteering ovrneyPoor rney rneyPoor
Poor PDOrsteering steering by McKhmoy fcKha Technicafs Technicafsoax T Technicalsossawlin hnlCIIts hnlCIItsoe
oax oe ossawlin waln enablftd iabied bled the Prop p boat to take takelead takeJe takea
a lead Je d of two t lengths shortly b ttli after the thestart th thart theitrt
start art but the advantage was gradually graduallyc goaJlUlfClt graIuaItycUt
c cUt t down dow by b the High School chsol boy boys o7 and a aquarter aqUArter aquarter
quarter of f a mile from rosfl the flniah the theboats Oleboatel thebostal
boats boatel were on even ev < en ter erHM w Tl The e last lastpart iastpart lastpart
part of otthe the race was wasuip nip and tuck tuckTechnical tuekTecludeaJ tuckTechnical
Technical winning tight t I < < ot at the end be because IteCAu hecause ¬
cause CAu of greater tel stamina staminaTedmtoaTs staJnlnaT StM111Technicals
TedmtoaTs T s oarsmen OIU IDeB Were erv heavier than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the Preps and ad stronger and considering consideringthe con kIerir kIerirthe
the bad steering the High School boys boysmade boysJJMWIe boysDIode
made good ooc1 time covering COyert the mite and anda an ana an1a
a half in eight minute m1nu and nd forty rtvc rtvcSdQOttwMB ltv ftveoon ltvso
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soThe The verandas of the Potomac boat boathence toAtbOUIIe LostboOle
hence were W e packed NIeked with the t11 fo3 feMew o wr JII ef efthe eCUte ofthe
the crews and nd gay ba banners 8 and pretty prettywomen prettywomen prettywomen
women lent spice to Jie JMThe he occasion occasionThe occasionThe
The officiate were Referee and starter starterJohn starterJohn starterJohn
John Hadley Doyle timer Mr Thatcher Thatcherjudges Thatehwjudges ThatcherJudges
judges at the finish A Mr Underwood UnderwoodMr UJHi UnderwoodMr COOd COOdMr
Mr Woods and Mr 11stuart 11stuartPollowbt Stuart StuartFollowing 5twtFollowing
Following is the Imettp Ilneupof of the tMerews tMerewsPrepL are erews erewsProps ws wsPrep
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I freshmen of the University of Michigan MichiganI Michiganyesterday
I I yesterday were dragged through the thecold theI thecold
cold C 1d water of the Huron by the ao aophoipores 110phOlrOtes sophonores
I phoipores They Th y had no hotter ttZ luck in inhe 1 1he 1ue
he e second nd contest the sophomores plAc pJacng plAcC
ng n C the aaopound pound bowler In Intbelr their terri territory territory tetrIocy ¬
tory ocy m fifteen ftft minutes minutesHOW minutesHOW minutesHO
HOW HO W GRIFFITH GRIFFITHBEGAN GRIFFlTHBEGAN GRIFFiTHBEGAN
BEGAN CAREER CAREERClarke CAREERClarke CAREERClarke
Clarke Griffith broke into profes professional proresJonal profesalonal ¬
sional baseball in ISSt His d dIbut dIbutas but butwas t
was 118 made at Milwaukee He was 88 a aIHtle nUttJe alittle
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little blaekhaired tyke seventeen seventeenyears senten7ears seventeenyears
years old and with 1tit a a pair of keen keenpiercing k keenpiercing n nJMerclftg
piercing eyes eyesThe eyesTh8 eyesThe
The players on both the Milwaukeeteam MilwaukeeteSiti Milwaukee IlIwaukootefUtt I
team and the club that Grlf was s to topitch tornd torJtch
pitch against laashed a ghed at the idea of ofJtach orch ofsuch
such ch a youngster U1gster as Clarke having havingthe havlnbthe havingthe
the audacity a aclt to try to break into intosuch Intowch Intosuch
such fast company and Dd they had hadquite hadquite hadpmite
quite a merry time at his expense expensebefore oxpensbMore oxpensebefore
before the same sameGrlf gameCrlf = ame ameGrlf
Grlf was given hen a castoff uniform uniformthat uniformthat uniformthat
that had originally been worn by a agiant asant agiant
giant and as Clarke admits ad It < J after afterh afterh6got afterbogot
h h6got v > got Into thifrt uniform unl rm and andwrapped andwrappedt andwrapped
wrapped wrappedt it about his diminutive diminutiveform dlmlnuUform diminutiveform
form one could see nothifg of him himbut hImbut himbut
but his feet and his head ies The op opposing opposing ¬
posing team made very vel merry with withtho withthe ith
tho little pitcher tolling him that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they were 010 going to send sent end him back to tothe toI toI
I the bushes h shes and so on onAt onAt OnAt
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nervous that he h thought he would wouldhave wouldhae wouldhave
have to flunk at a the pitching game gamebut gamebut gamebut
but when the entire push began to tokid tokid tokid
kid him his fright save way 8y to an anger nnger anger ¬
ger and the old fighting spirit re returned returned returned ¬
turned to the little fellow The more morethey morothey morethey
they joked joko him the angrier he got gotso gotso gotso
so when he took his place on the thefiring th thfirinJ thefiring
firing line his head was cool but In Inhis Inhis Inhis
his heart there burned a a deeD feel feeling felInS feelIng
ing of vengeance What Vb at he did to tothat tothat tothat
that fresh lot of ball players has haslong hnslong haslong
long been a n jnatttr of baseball his history history history ¬
tory for forClarlce Clarke with that deceptive deceptiveslow dCCQPtlvoslow deceptiveSlow
slow ball of his won the game t tthe b3 b3the b bthe > >
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but there was a noticeable absence of ofsafeties Ofsafeties C Csat
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first base to left field and Htekman was wasstationed wasstatfoned warnstationed
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the side without further scoring scoringIn
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