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Smith Decided1yPoorI ecidedlyjPoor ecidedlyjPoorJudgment
I Judgment JudgmentJEAM Judgmenti
tsameOld Story in Same Old Way Wayand Wayand
and Washington Loses LosesNinthGame LosesNinth4Oame
NinthGame NinthGameBy
The conte COflt JtUOfl tioft that Manager CantU CantUon
on or the Wuhl WashIzgton toD ball team is I not notp nothowing
p howing rare judgment In the matter matterestimating matterof
of estimating the hratoal oondftlonot oondftlonotfhlS condition of of1its
fhlS 1its men was b borne rne out when St Louis Louisrbtat Louispbat
rbtat aghlngton jn st t Louis Lou yeoter yeoterThar1 ester esterday
day by 7 to Ii IiCharley
Charley Thar1 Smith w CUI Wa WiIugton bln ton ftnat ftnati flrstpitcher
pitcher Jl and wa takn ou out at tha end endof
of third i Jln Inning n l = becauae his arm waa waatoo
too 8Oro to co cont1aue nURue At that tJIIM tJIIMVashJn Um UmWashington I
Washington VashJn on waa three nIDtI to the good goode goodIhe
Ihe e way the team MS a teen playt playtv playing playingas
v as a cinch that the ld wtUI w just juatenough justenough
enough to o excite tlM St LouLs fans to toaughter to1aiighterandthet
1aiighterandthet aughter antlthet Loulstcsm to play playball playbaiL
ball baiLCant
Cant ant Excuse This Tkilt ThisWhena
t Yhema new twirler camencessary camencessaryFa1kenberg needMry needMryf
f Falkenberg of all men was sent t t4 t4fthe totfla
fthe tfla slab It thorn Iii a man on the theEftatt theEtaff
Eftatt who J a not conM tent and s sLtLO ju t tt16
LtLO t16 one to allow the enemy to buftCh buftChG basc1bth
G bth hits and run apln t a Jltlopa Jltlopaf natuia1margin
f margin FaJkenbrz III the one tHe tHe5s
5s 113 the beat at that trick as ever e eUblted ax axtbted
Ublted before the crowned Beau or oriEl1ropelor oCEtiropot
iEl1ropelor Etiropot or the bald h o of AmerIca AJfteIieAYEt AmerIcaYEt
YEt Fatkenberg was eltt to the slab alaoWlth slabr
r Wlth the result that 1ftlsht nt have been beeftnpected beenexpected
expected He pItched four baJa Prom Promr Fromtheo
r these Tom JOftM culled a twewer twewert
t and Robe Ferris a a holR ruB The Tb4tother Theother
other two were wild FiJle DosI DosIfA melnms melnmsIA
fA littl little torte 8ft OMuLftvilwbonlli pro proffS80r proI
I ffS80r ffS80rFalkenberg fssorFalkenberg
Falkenberg Is aINII abeekItely tely the moM Vit VitI unr
I reliable pitcher on the staff ad po pot1VEI pee4tlvely
t1VEI tlvely the last ne who4t whoeshoud houltl be calledipoa called calledLpon
Lpon In an einerJf8llCYwhen eliergeacy4 when the team teamhas teamhas
has a chance to win Why y he should JJftouldhave shouldriave
have been used is as much oC a mystery mysteryIUS
IUS a why the Dltttriet oC ColumbiIL should sbouldbe shouldbe
be a punching bag for every Co Colionall1ghtwel Coogre Coogreoial
lionall1ghtwel oial lightweight ht who wants to develop d4welopt
t a reputaUn aa a watchdog g oC the theo theTreanury
o Treasury ThVtt i De angle at which whichle whiche
le e would look good as a rell C com commlttee cornn1ttee
mlttee and CIUt1lloa should be slapped slappedn
ir n the wr K wtth a tenp und hammer haerfor hammerfor
for making that weird election electionJlIard selectionard
JlIard ard Luck Story WDIlt Ge GeHughes GeHughes
Hughes ueeee vwUumberg and andIltched andTjtched
Iltched to two n men to give Burns a ahane achance
chance to warm up Bum got Into Intotlouble Intotrub1O
tlouble In the eighth largely through throUKhlad through1ad
lad luck and Keeley PItched the nInthround ninth ninthrnund
round Hrs a pretty mom Five pitch pitchers pitchors
ers and oft t them 8 8t Louis accumulated accumulatedtifteen umu1ated umu1atedflfte6n
flfte6n hits and seven ru runs This mIght mllbthave mIghthave
have b been el accounted for Oft the theory thHrYf
< f an all around oft day had it not been beenthe beenthE
the nInth straight beating beatingThe beatingThe
The whole subject of the heavy lessee lesseeby 11M8 11M8y
by y the Washington team In r reeent reeentgarnes ent enttgames
tgames garnes 18 aft unsolvable problem The Thepitchers Thertchers
< pitchers hare been doing doh < well in some Ornegames somegames
games and decidedly punk In others othelflwhite otherswhile
white the ftedl fielding ftbl III Me nicely with t the thetwIr1Ing e etwIrllng
twIrllng being line when hen the pitchers pitchersare
are punk and rank when the labmen labmenare
are aU rIght
Not ot All Cl1tillon Cl1tillonor
or course < we expect to et and have Mveislready haveuIready
islready uIready received tM usual full aDd ift ifttdlsCrlmfnlte inpdletrm3nate
tdlsCrlmfnlte roasts of CaBtlUon from the theclass th thkiase
kiase class or fans who think the answer to toany toany
any losing MIl club is to eM change nNma nNmagers menagers
gers but aside from certain glaring glariDmistakes glaringnstakes <
mistakes such aa that or yesterday ay and andWorking andwcrklng
Working Walter Johnson John the day before beforethlre beforethere
there appears no rel rca ground for at attrlhutlng attrIbutIng
trlhutlng the streak oC diliaat8l disasterto to him himThe himThe
The team h has simply collapsed for the theUmft thetime
time being and the question tII how howilong howlong
long will It remain In the slough ofdeepond of ofdespond
despond deepondIn I IIn
In hltUn hitting Washington 18 sixth xth In the theAmerican theAmerican
American Leap with only one real realassy realcassy
cassy assy performerJlm Delehanty An of ofttI ofthe
the widely varyl rarying unofftcJt avera averagive averageegive <
give him more than M O and he Is Is1padlng IsadIng
1padlng adIng the regular players Ganley 18 18wen Isivell
wen below 300 and after tter him the others othen1n
1n a fallIng SCA1e that make the timid timidbstrer timidberver
bstrer catch hl his breath In hiding the thetflam theteam
team Is not much better than batting bfLtUftfif
if an anv And thu there Is little dlfftculty dlfftculty1n
1n understanding Its Jew poUon In the theraef therace
race sun It should be higher than it itis ItIs
is isThe
The Th score yesterday tIt Its own tale taleHere taleItem
Here Item It IsThe Is IsThe
The Score ScoreSt
St Louis AB Jt H Q A A AIton E Egtonf
gtonf It g 8 J 1 1Hottman I I Ihoffman
hoffman rt 2 1 I S 8 8WilJlam8 0 0Williams
Williams 1 b 1 II II1YatJace 1 1 2 2 0 0WaIlace
1YatJace n 4 1 I 8 Ii It Itft II
ft I Jones cf 4 II 1 1 0 1 1T 1T
T Tones lb 4 is 2 2 11 l I 0 0Ferris IFerriLb
Ferris FerriLb Sh 4 11 1 22 2 I IStephfn 2 2Stephens
Stephens c J 0 J J 8 1 1Wadden 1tVaddeli
Wadden P 1 t I 0 1 1Schwftltzer I ISchwMtser
Schwftltzer rt 2 I It t I 8 8SPeMH I ISpenceri
SPeMH Spenceri r 1 ft I I fI fIGraham I ICrahamp
Graham Crahamp p pTota1s 2 0 I I 2 0 0Totals
Totals 7 Ii l Ii 11 11Batted 4 4Batted
Batted for Hoffman in fourth fourthWaahlngton fourthWashington
Washington AD t H r O A AMilan I IrWan
Milan ct 4 1 1 1 1Ganley I I
Ganley If 4 4 I 2 0 8 8Dflfh 0 0Iechanty
Dflfh Iechanty nty Jb I I 1 4 1 1Pilk 0
Pilk Pfrkerlng rIng rf I I 1 1hfpkt I 0 0 0Shlpke
hfpkt Sb I 0 1 1 1 1StrffIot 0 0tre
StrffIot tre t c 4 It I I 1 1Fr 1Froeman
Fr Froeman eman lb 4 1 1 1 12 1 1Bride 1 I IMBrlde
MBrlde Bride N 2 8 7 7i 0 0rnth
i rnith p I a e eFa1knberg I IFa1kenberg
Fa1kenberg 1 8 8Hughes I I I S 0 0lIighee
Hughes p tit 0 0 I 0 0 0Bums 0 0Burnel
Bums Burnel p 1 8 0 I I Idates
dates 1 1KeelfY I I I I 0 0Xeeleyp
KeelfY Xeeleyp p 0 0 0 t t 1 1Totalil 1Totals
Totals III 7 Jo4 4 l II 1 1Batted 1 1Batted
Batted for Rums in eighth eightht hth htht
t Louis 1002014Ix7 1002014Ix7Washington x 7 71Vashlngton
Washington WashingtonTwobess 0 O i 1 S STwo1wtH
Two1wtH hltaFreeman Stephen T TT TJones
T Jones lf Wallace 2 ThreebaN hit hltP hitPikerIng
P PikerIng kering Home runFerris S Sacrifice erlficehttsGfLnley SacrificeliitsGenlmy
httsGfLnley McBride 5t Stephens Dhens Double DoubleT1aY DoubleT1aysDolebgnty
T1aY T1aysDolebgnty Del bnty to McBride McBride McBrideto
to Fr Freman n Passed baUaStephenA 1 1Stellen 1ttlen
Stellen buesHottman C Jone Wild Wl1droithBum WildpithBurns
roithBum Bees on ban bailsOff Oft Wad WaddEH Waddi1
dEH 1 oft ot Hu Hughes < h L 1 WIld pitch pitchBy pitchBy
By Burns 1 Struck outBy Wad Wadrl Wadrlll
rl rlll l 1 l by Graham 1 by Keeley 1 by
Smith by la Burns 1 Pitching record reeordOft recordoft
Oft Smith 4 hits and nd 1 run In 3 Innings InningsIf
If 1 Falken1MlI J hits and 2 runs in no
innings oft Waddell 4 hits and 4 runs
In 4 innings oft Hughes no hits and no nolInS noruns
runs in 13 inning oft Burns S bits and
4 rifle ms In 3 W Innings oft Keeley I hit hitanci hitand
and no run ift one inning of Gnlbam a
hIts and 1 nan m S Inft innings lss Left on
baf baesEt > St Louis 5 Washington S Um UmpiresX timpIresMmlrs
piresX pIresMmlrs gvaam Dd Hurst Time o oam of ofga4
ga4 am 1 hem ud minute mlnutsi minutep
i p
Two Members of Washington Tennis Team Which Stacks Up Against Balti Baltimore Baltimore
more in InterCity Game Today on Chevy Chase Courts CourtsI
Meeting Called to Organize OrganizeNational OrganizeNational
National League for forClean forClean
Clean Athletics AthleticsNEW
NEW YORK Tune Ul 13WithIn tbln a week weekthere weekthere
there will be called topltter In JL a ho hotel hotel
tel In this city probably the Walclort WaldorfAaorSa WalclortAatorta
Aatorta a doIIeI or more prominent men menactiyely menactively
actively idefttlAed with sporting Inter InlertNItB Intersets
sets tNItBThis This meeting wm be b the first step steptaken steptaken
taken in toe direction of a national nationalaportlng nationalsporting
sporting leaH the aim otwhieh of which wi wib wilt wiltbe
b the protection of American sports sportsand sportsand
and the ostertng tertng of pelllOnal liberty In Inall
all 11 thinp thing Sporting < men and racing racingmen racingmen
men in particular feel the evils of re re8trtellon restrietlon I Iclay
8trtellon tightening about them day by byday
clay A wave of reform Is sweeping aweeplncov sweepingovdr
ov ovdr r the country Prohibition of all allIKrta allsorts
sorts Hem to be the watchword oC the theretonnen thereformers
reformers retonnenThe reformersThe
The founders or this league will 1Mt 1MtmeR bemen
men of unlanal standing < In the com comnlt cornmunity
munity nlt whose name will typify all that thatIs thatIs
Is hone t and square Personal liberty libertywlU libertywill
will be blaaoned on the ba banner which whlcbtMty whichthey
they w will l swing before the e eyes iI oC the thepeople thepeople
people lid under thl baa banner there will willbe willbe
be a Krea4 gren gathering of thOM who hate hatehypoertllY hatehypocrisy
hypocrisy jind tnd other fanaticism taaUclamTametJ fanaticismJames
James R Keene Is enthusiastic over oftrthe overthe
the pro projectof tot forming a national sport sportlag
11 league leaguer league1is
r 1is la ltJonal n league baa got t teome to tocome
come said Id Mr Keene but un unless we wehave wehave
have tr09 capable men at the helm helmIt
It win faR
Attitude of Scotch Players Helped Helpedto
to Wreck Scheme of Olympic OlympicTourn OlympicTourney
Tourn Tourney y
The abandonment of Le Olympic OlyJRPIcplf Olympicgolf
golf tournament that t was te h have been Meftbeld beenheld
held 0 over H the DisI and SaAd Sandwich Sandwichmurals wich wichEqland
murals England IaK week hall era created eraated
ated considerable criticism 1ft pI dr drc drCon circle
c cle
Con IcMrtn howfII the fttago fttagonl antagofistic
nl fistic lc feeling ent8rt ntertsAJiaII D8d by many ot otthe ofthe
the leading golfers ltera I abroad the action actionWJI actionwas
was not unexpected A foreign pub pubUcaUon publicatlon
UcaUon baa this to say y on the su aubject aubjectTbe t tfHTbe
fHTbe Tbe attitude of leading Scottish ScotUahclte Scottishglfera
clte glfera and the involved conditions of ofentry ofentry
entry have combined to wreck reek the theJHbeIDe thescheme
scheme for the Olympic teats l at at ROil golffluring ROilhDurln
hDurln fluring the championship meeting meetingat
at Sandwich In the It week ot ar aro
no o one could be found who possessed possessedany ued uedany
any Information on the subject Ryder RyderRichardson
Richardson on had submitted the nam namol names namesof
ol those eligible under the St George rKes rKesCup s sCup
Cup competition to the Olympic clm clmmlttee cunmittee
mlttee In London and there hb dutieS dutletor dutieSfor
for the moment ceased though Joad Joadthe ad adthe
the meeting ken place at Sandwich SandulchaDd Sandwichand
aDd Deal be would have had ume umevoice snnavoice I
voice In its control as secretary ot otthe Ofthe I
the Royal St Georges Club but after atterthe afterthe
the troqll antagonistic attitude ot otcertain otcertain
certain mjftbers of the Royal and anCIncNDt andAncient
Ancient Ctub C ub It w was not lto togeihr togeihrsurprising bet beturDl
surprising urDl do < that ut > Olympic eomrtlUM eomrtlUMdedde4 conumiitteadecided
decided to abandon the meeting G 8 8Lyon SLyon
Lyon LLbtoft G Glt If and Country CountryToronto CountryToronto
Toronto nada ade a good entry and H 1 1Gaw L Lclaw
claw Phllwhlphta Country aIM de desired doaired
sired te Jtay but through some Informality In Intormallty
formality le came without the e apectftc apectftcnomlnaUon apecifienomination
nomination oC ha clu club
Fourteen Member of Olympic Team TeamToCompete TeamToCompete
ToCompete in Pittshurg Carnival
PITTSBURG June IFourteen IFourteenJIMII lFonrteenmembers
members oC tile Oly Olympiotssm t are en entered entered
tered te rae rasa aM tW tJM theweighta weich s etcIn etc etcIn
In the monster trettforaUtatbleUe meet meetbere meethere
here on June under the auapl auspice oC oCtbe ofthe
the PlttaBurg Press and AmateUr Alb Albletlc Athletic
letlc Union It 18 e estimated that on onthird one onethird
third of this number will make the thepttta thePlttsaurg
pttta Plttsaurg urg carnival their farewell ap appearance appearance
pearance In athletics before fellow feUowcountrymen fellowcountrymen
countrymen countrymenTbe
The men are veteta vetns at the gameThey game gameThey
They have achieved bleved all honor poua pouable possihIs
hIs Thelt selection to represent Old OldGlory OldGlory
Glory In the Olympic revival at London Londoncrowned Londoncrowned
crowned their aDlUO and when they theycavort theycavort
cavort aooutptttabur about pttthitrg playground be before before
fore 1iO IOe10 people one week k hence it wilt wiltbe Wiltbe
be their last dabble In atronuous trenuouistrug trenuouistrugglee strug struggles
glee on American lIOn lIOnThe soilThe
The Plttaburc carnival win be a fit IItUnl fittlng
Unl period and lac8 for their laM ef effort offort
fort It will be a OWII rousing meet The TheouUook Theoutlook
outlook la for 00 entries From everY everYportk everyportion
portion n or the TrlState region have havecome havecome
come come entries entrt Greenabvrg Unlontown UnlontownEa UniontownEast
Ea East Liverpool rattinebtrg arUnb rr Younp Younplown Youngstown
town Erie frie Ciar ClariOn YOUQgwood Johns Johnstown Johflstown
town Wuhl Washington ngt on and dMens of other otherelUe othercities
cities have entered their best boys for forthe forthe
the open eventa eventaOne eAts
0 One atrikiBC striking feature J Is the fact tat tatOUns tatyoung
young Men hl8t heretofore Core taking chances chMICMonly chancesonly
only jft the open events have agreed to tof toface
face f e the start In the matches against againstthe againstthe
the members of tM Olympic team teamGUGGENHEIM
NEW YORK June 1Jlaaac GUAJen GUAJenbeim Guggenhelm
helm the multimillIonaire and director dlreetorilt
ilt the AmerIcan Smelting Company wat watri41lng wa wariding
riding Int Manbanliett 1M L I from hIS hJslIummer hISsummer
summer home t Sand Point when hi hiautomobile his hisautomobile
automobile crashed Into the runabout of ofCornellu ofCornelius
Cornellu Van Reck and wreeked It ItVaa It ItVan
Van Reck a man or sixty wa thrown tblOnto
to the roadside and two or ofhis hIs ribs brok broken broken
en Con Constable table Obedng aooompanled the theauto theauto
auto Arty to Great Newt where Mr MrGuggenheim Ir IrGugg8fthelm
Guggenheim gave ve 10Q0 ball for ld ldchauleurs imis imischauffeurs
chauffeurs appearance on a char chargo of ofritcklr ofreckless
ritcklr reckless drIving drlvlngVERNONS drIvingVERNONS
The Vernon Athletic Club under themanagement the themanagement
management ot R It V Gardner want wantgames wantgames
games with teams averaging fourteen fourteenyears fourteenyears
years Address Randall V Gardner GardnerK
K street no northwest northwestBlue hwe t tBlue
Blue Serge SergeSuit 10 00
Suit to Order OrderA flU flUA
A new suit reetor every one not notaatistactory notsatisfactory
satisfactory aatistactoryMORTON satisfactoryMORTON
The Tailors Who atisfy atfsfyD1O
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world and American champions The Thelad Thelads
lad lads are declared to b8 showing such lIuchform suchform
form thAt they f feel l convinced a chance rhanMfor chancefor
for triumph awaits them hem even Sf thebig the thebig
big 1M < aN just now In the th finest of offettle offeitle
fettle by reason ot their trials for the tbeAmerican theAmerican
American team and also by reason oC oCthe ofthe
the close approach ot the worlds honor honortvebta honoreveiits
tvebta tvebtaThe eveiitsThe
The trophies to be awarded In the ape apedat e eclal
clal events for Olympic 1 seam aM members memberlhere membershere
here are diamond studded and valuable valuabenough valuableenough
enough to excite the ambition of any anystar anystar
star The tltelUtei will 111 not permit the theemblerrul theemblems
emblems to be grabbed by nl nonteam nonteammembers > nteam nteammembers
members but will dive Into Ule fray fraywiUa frayswith
with every whit hlt of re reserveenergy rvtHtnerKY This Thistact Thisfact
tact win aU tend to brln bring about 8 con consummation consummation
summation devout devoutly wJshod by tb pro promoten prometers
meters of the carnhlcldln strenuous strenuousaport strenuoussport
sport a deserved tribute to the thoua thouaand
and ot admfronl of pure amateurism amteulillmwho
who live In the vicinity ot the Steel SteelCity StOatCity
City CityCartmell
Cartmell Garrel Huff Taylor Sheri Sheridan Sheridan
dan HlUman McGratb Mcrath Gilbert Dray DrayRobertson DrSYRobertson
Robertson OConnel Porter and others otherstamed othersfamed
tamed in American athletic history dur durIng during
Ing the last decade have before nevet nevetappeared nevetappeared
appeared at the Mme to tonrney Ilne1 Their Theiratarta Theirstarts
starts In the Pittsburg game June Junewm l lwilt
wm mark an era In amateur sports sportsTite sportsThe
The controversy between Garrels and andShertdan andSheridan
Sheridan In the dIscus events will be a atrul a astruggle
trul struggle between rivals of East and andVeat andWest
West This number on the Irogram Irogramwill rrogramwill
will attract sport lovers frQm hle hieao hieaoand go goand
and the nftropoUtan district Quiet Quietwaering Quietwatering
watering will be the result resultn1el8 resultThere
There will l11a8O also be 8 grand passage at atknI atskill
skill betw hetwrm n athletic teams for va1u va1uable valuable
able sl1v cups The Amateur Athletic AthlettcUnlon AthleticUnion
Union flgS added a big trophy ot this thtIIrt thissort
sort or the regularly registered club clubwhOfte clubwhose
whose members reap the largest num numher
her 1 ot points In the open events eventsGERMAN eventsGERMAN
A tropo proposition lUon to merge the Gorman GormanLiterary GermanLiterary
Literary Society or WashlQgton with withtbe Withthe
the Universal al German Language League Leaguewu Leaguewas
wu accepted last nl night ht at a meeting ot otthe ofthe
the latter held at the Public Library LibraryThe LibraryThe
The meeting was wen attended by per Oermanpe perinnapeakng
manpe innapeakng kng re residents of Washington WasblngtonThe
The following oftreers were elected electedProto electedProf
Proto A A WomerSpanhootd president presidentXIHI presidentMiss
Miss Anita Schade Ice president Gus GusiAv Guslay
lay Bender corresponding secretary sooretaryGeorlie secretaryGeorge
George W Spier treasurer treasurerWANT treasurerWANT
The Rock Creek Sunday School team teamwants teamwants
wants games with any team In the city cityaveraging cityaveraging
averaging thirteen years Address J JParker JParker
Parker m Illinois avenue avenueCustom avenueCustom
Custom CustomTailoring
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Let UII make your new suit Per Perfect Perfeet
feet fit and stYle guaranteed Wide Widechoice Widechoice
choice ot fashionable Ilattems at atup l lup
up Bettor than readymade In ovary overyway ovaryway
way costs no more moreWrtte moreWrite
Write for samples ot cloth and new new8tle ucsStyle
Style BOOk BOOkNewcorn BookNewcorn
Newcorn Green GreenMens GreenMens
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Practically Whale American AmericanTeam AmericanTeam
Team Will Compete at atTravers atTravers
Travers Island IslandNEW
NEW YORK June Jn 1PraoUcoUy 1Praoti oily the thOwhole
whole bol ot th the American OlympiC Olympl te teem teemwifl 11 11will
will compete in the eighty games arns af afthe ofthe
the New York Athletic tlc Club at a rravers rraversIland rraversIsland
Island today todayIt
It wu learned 7Mt yesterday rday that Bite Bitetor R G Gtor
tor tbe he tJnlveratty JniveriIty of VirgInia flyer flyerwould flyerwould
would not compete QompetAtMore competeMore
More than wnaallnterdt usual interest Is centered In Intbe inthe
the 44eyaro run Harry Hn Hitnta na ot otthe ofthe
the New York Athletic Club and J B BTaylor BTaylor
Taylor or the UnlvtIf University lty oC permsyl permsylvania Penmsy1vania
vania will clash claahAll
All 411 ey eyes will be turned on Herr the theIrtehAmerlcwn theIrishAmericag
IrtehAmerlcwn IrishAmericag At Athletic etlc Club weight weichtthrower weightthrower
thrower Martin Sheridan thinks he Isth0 Is Isth
th th0 wander ot the a age lICe and picks him himto himto
to throw the dJ discus eu < farther than any anyman anyman
man ever threw It before beCoreHattead beforeHaistead
Hattead the Cornell wonder and now n3Wrnember nowa
a member ot the Hew York Athletic AtuleticClub AthleticClub
Club will tart from scratch In the themil themile
mil mile run Hat Haleteed ted i is the fastest man manthe manthe
the country hu known since the days daysof daysof
of Tommy Conert ConertEnter8cl ConeftZntered
Enter8cl In the same event event bI J P PSumvan PSullivan
Sullivan ot the I dArneriean Athletic AthleticClub AthleticClub
Club who WU beateR by Ha1slead last lutSturday lastSaturday
Saturday SturdayelvJn SaturdayMelvin
Melvin elvJn Sheppard the worlds greatut greatutmiddle gratastmiddle
middle distance runner win try for anew a anew
new halt mile record recordAnother recordAnother
Another interesting event Will be the thepo1e thepole
pole vault Dray and Gilbert oC Yale Yalewin Yalewill
win fight it out outIn outIn
In the sprints the real form oC Rob Robert Roborison
orison should be shown Cloughan theAuburn the theAuburn
Auburn sprinter ot the IriahAmeriean IriahAmerieanAthletic IrishAmericanAthletic
Athletic Club win try to beat h his big bigcaptain bigcaptain
captain captainDURAS captainDURAS
Draws Vith Carl Schlechter and andDivid andDivides
Divid Divides 7000 Crowns of ofPrize f fPrize
Prize MoneyPRAOUZ Money MoneyPRAGUE
PRAGUE Doh Bohemia TuBe la 1Z1lthi 1Z1lthithe U Uthe
the 1 netntb round contested at the theecpoelUonln theexposition
ecpoelUonln exposition in this city yesterday the theinternational theInternational
international cmaaters tournament tournamentstarted tournamentstarted
started on May > 7 1J IS came to a a con conrlull conelusion
rlull elusion an with a Ue for first tlaq be bet between
t tween ween O S floraL oC Prague and andCarl andCarl
Carl Schlechtft of Vienna Neb Itavlng ItavlngCore havn havnscored
Core < U U OInt ets out ot a a possible IS ISTheM IIThese
TheM two pIae players wee were paired In the thellnal thefinal
final round today and aa expected a adraw adraw
draw resulted reaultedThe resultedThe
The vtct victors divide the sum or i icron 7001 7001crowns
crowns between them K t Vklmar aJM aJMof aiseof
of tbls thu city II finished In 1 third thirdwith place placewith
with 11 point to ha credit having been beenunable beerusable
unable to do better UUUl draw with the theAmerican theAmerican
American Marshall In h his J J last game gameVidmars
Vldmars bare of the priM JlM money IsZIN K
ZIN crown crownThe crownsThe
The oLI other priM wbtPeIII are A Ru Rublnatetn Rubinsteta
blnatetn Lo 1IGt cro crew fourth It ItTeicbnn ItTelchmann
Teicbnn London 1 111 cPO crowns fttth fttthG fifthG
G wroey Budapest Buda o croW croWlxtb erowna erownasixth
sixth F 1 KaNIIa1 of New York YoricP
P 8 Leonhardt ot LelpMi and IL ILSaiwe I ISalwe
Salwe of 8t Petersburg divided 1 1CroWIUI 1101 1101crowns
crowns being UedfM tied for seventh eighth elpthand eighthand
and ninth places 1 Janowski Paris PI1iIcrowns Parisa
a crowns tenth tenthOther
OthEr results today were ne folows foYlowaLontietf
LeonUeIl beat KYlcaeIa ChoUmlr Chothnlrakllost kl klJoet
lost to Prokn Leonhardt suocumhecl to to8p1elmaan toSpIelmann
8p1elmaan BaJd Bardcieben Ieben lost to Apitt ApittTreybl AispOlTreybal
Treybl wu b ten by Telchmaen TelchmaenM
M Mi drew with JlaroeEY RubtnstMtt RubtnstMttdrew Rubinte4rdrew
drew with 8uechUng and SalW8 won wonfrom wonfrom
from Jaow Janowaki JanowakiSchkcbter ld ldSchJee
SchJee Schkcbter ter I is enp en aged d to meet Dr 1 1Laker LLeaker
Laker th world II champion who ho hA hAn has hasbeen
been n here the p week In a match 0 0ftve of offive
five sam games to teat th the Rice gambit pmhflWISCONSIN gambitWISCONSIN
MADISON Ww June lJTh Wls Wisconain WlscJnln
cJnln crtw leave to4l todly for Pough Poeghkeepels PoughkeeJ1ltle
keeJ1ltle keeJ1ltleA
A bad scare re WAil thrown Into the cmp cmpof cmiof
of the crew men on the eve or their theirdeparture theirdeparture
departure fer the East t when the faculty facultyannouncM facultyannounced
announced late this afternoon that 1x Dextsr 1xIr
Ir WIUp who bas beeR rewln rowing num numbr aumbar
br tour In the varsity boat was In Inellglbl t teligible
eligible to row in the regatta but at atpeeial a aspecial
special neUu < or the athletic council council1t councillast
1t night the matter was straightened slolkktenooout
out and Witte wu allowed to keep his h4aJtMt hisseat
seat In the shell shellConelt II IICoach
Coach Ton Eyck and Director Hutohlna Hutohlnawill Hutchinswill
will ac aceompiuty mp ay the cr crews crewsDIDNT WS WSDIDNT
Pa Aid mu Bobby who h had bon bonaJowed bo boallowed
allowed to lilt up a a little while after afterMlppeI aftersupper
supper with the under underatandlflg tancihig that he heAfi hewas
was Afi to uk no notch It QU8fl queetIons OM can canGod canGod
God do et8rthlng et8rthlngYea eeryihlng7Yes
Yea YeaCan YesCan
Can he make 8 twofoot rule with withoUlY withonly
only Oft one end to IU ityOne IUOne
One mo more question like thatI thateajdhfat5iiii Jd
hlSfather hfat5iiii and you yo will be packed paekejf paekejfto orf orfto
to bed bedBobby bedBobby
Bobby was silent for a few moments momontsand momentsand
and then asked Pa can a came camel go goten goten
ten days without water waterYu waterYes
Yu my son sonWeil sonWell
Well how many Bays could he go If
he had water waterThe waterThe
The next thing Bobby knew he was In
bedkchange bedkchangeTHE bedExchangeTHE
On One of the methods by which the thethrifty thethrifty
thrifty CI1morro maintains Itself on Itsntlve Its ItsnAtive
nAtive Italian heath ie the opera claque claqueWheneve claqueWhenever
Whenever 8 notable guNt perforn perfornanca perfornlance
anca or debut Is projected the Inter Interefote interctted
efote < artist Is approached and informed infonnedtkat informedthat
that unless the claque Is placate a attormy astormy
stormy debut ma may be looked for nnd nndbrave atdbrave
brave indeed 13 the man or woman womanwho womanwho
who can contemplate appearing before beforea
a strange public with the certainty that thatno thatno
no opportunity will be lost for hisses hisseshootings hls3eshooUngs
hooUngs and catcalls 1n the great grpatmajority greatmajority
majority ot cases the Black Hand Handtreasury Handtreasury
treasury Is substantially swelled swelledf swelledL swelled4d
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Colston Brothers of Baltimore BaltimoreMatched BaltimoreMatched
Matched Against Stroi1 Strong Doyle DoyleCombin DoyleCombination
Combin Combination tion in Doubles DoublesThe DoublesThe
The The Baltimore tenn tennis t teem wilt urt urtIn arrive arriveIn
In Washington at Z oclock today ad adwnt
wnt 111 be Immedl Immediately toly QOftv8ed w th thChevy theChevy
Chevy Chase Club for py 1 Ia the Jot Jotolty inter intercity
city mat matches matchesIn < bQ8 bQ8In
In the doubles the Co1aton 1Kotia brothers brotherswill
will 111 be matched against t the Dole Dolebrother Doylebrothers
brother ot Washington nd ndwbo thoe thoewho
who wltneued the intercity matches matdtJut matcheslast
Jut Y year r wilt know what sort oC a eon eontut contest
test to expect Last year M Wublng Wublngton
ton j players won In a hard tJarHt tJarHtmatch threesetmatch
match and whatever the outcome this tbi8match thismatch
match 18 bound to be one ot the beet of ofthe ofthe
the day dayVagner dayWagner
Wagner and Atkinson win play playDavld playDavidson
Davld Davidson on and Glazebrook who have hvelong havel
long l ng been identified with t8llDI In the theDMtrlet theDistrict
District and U the result of this match Jft4LtChIs
Is moat dl difficuit ult to forecast torlCtLUt forecastLast
Last year ear Washington wo beth bethmattIe bothmatehes
mattIe and consequently uenUT the local ocaJplaer localp1ayer
plaer are anxious to retrIeve themselves them themIves
selves Ives and especially o on Washington Wublnltoncourts Washingtoncourts
courts The Baltimore tf team m ball been beenconsiderablY beenconsiderably
considerablY JttrHgthrned since the tbem9tches thematches
matches or last summar for continued continuedpracUce continuedpractice
practice nd Interchb naatcbe have havetended bavetended
tended to widen each pIaYerJI In4IfVId In4IfVIdual lndpldual
ual experience and the bet h hIn lecet lecetIn
In the Improved playing and 1eneral 8fteral In Increased Increased
creased Interest in the Sport which baa baabe hasbeen
be been 8vSd8nt around the tlty lty this thisprlng thissprIng
sprIng sprIngWhIle prlnghUe
WhIle hUe the Baltimore team I admit admittedly adtflittediy
tedly the strongest t that can he got to tosether togetimer
sether In local tennis clrel circles the same samemay e emay
may be said of the Wft1 Wahllgtoflifls Wahllgtofliflsand ID IDand
and a for forepmt ot the remIt 18 hardly hardlypoulble hardlypossible
possible Philadelphia won from Wash WubIneton Washington
Ineton nine matches to thr three ADd the tbefollowing thefollowing
following Saturday from Baltimore by byten bYten
ten match matches to two Thus It will be beaMn beseen
seen that there l is ev every indication oC the tbeclMfoAt theclosest
closest match yet and the match will willbe willbe
be anybodY a until the results are areknown areknown
known knownAfter knownAfter
After pay a dinner will be tendered tenderedtbe tenderedthe
the Baltimore players by the WashIng WashIngton
ton mM at the Chevy Chase Club CtubKENNEDYS ClubKENNEDYS
Yale Oarsmen in Grueling Prac Practice Practice
tice Row A Again ain Wind Windand Viftdand
and TideGALES Tide TideGALXS
GALES lZRRY Coast June J JCoaeh ILCoach
Coach K8ftnedy lament that the Yale Yaleerew Yalecrew
crew h been unable to do bard work workbeeauee workbecause
because ot rough water baa been stilled atltledby stilledby
by tberows the rows be hu rven the thetbe oarsmen oarsmenthe
the past to nights Lest eent evening he heInt hesent
sent the var yaretty lty etSht down stream atreDover streamover
over the course nd back this being b61ndOH < the thedose
dose of nln nine miles lkMI oC Nwlcg In a slISIe slISIestretch ode odestretch
stretch In two cia ciaOIIt dsys dsysMoat
Moat OIIt ot them ha haa lost the three OC OCfour orfour
four pounds weight thy accumulated accumulatedduring ulated ulatedduring
during the wk inacfjvJty Coach COACbKenned CoachXennedya
Kenned Xennedya policy wiC bf b 0 work theelrht the theetht
etht at their lop notch 10r a we4i e and andgive I
give Ive them five 4a days reel before the theIiarvard theHarvard
Harvard regatta regattaLast tta
Last nights row IF was taken against apialltwind againstwind I
wind and tide The return tour miles mUesWIUI mileswas
was with all the elements fayorio < but butKennedy butKennedy
Kennedy refused to allow the stroke auoketo
to be lifted over twentylx and the thetllft8 thetime
time made was only about sa 2 minutes mlnutecmd minutesi
i seconds cmd a trifle lees than 1a t nI nIg1t nIg1tFOURDAYS 1 1FOUR
Entries Close August 2OPools 2OPoolsWill 20PoolsViIl
Will Be Sold Promoter PromoterPromise PromotersPromise
Promise PromiseROCKVILLE PromiseROCKVILL
ROCKVILLE Md r Tune JITllerace JITlleraceenmmtttH ILThe race raceeommhte
enmmtttH eC the ReekYlUe fair has aA aA1tOunC4ld announced
1tOunC4ld the following events e ta for the theapproaehing theapproaching
approaching exhibition which Is ache achedulH acheduied
dulH totalce to tak place at the fair fairbflfe grounds groundshere
here A August 17a 17aAusuat VsAugust
August 2fKlxecl race 1IItrot 210 tent 211 211pue 2Upace
pace tUrN e run halt mile lie and andpeat andepeat
peat 118 run ft fte furies and re repeat repeat
peat 110 110Au 100August
Au August 5llxM ra race 211 trot 211 211pac 217pace
pac pace puree 100 mixed race 211 trot
2 2 pa pace 8 SlOG rn mile dash 100 rua ruahalf run runhalf
half mile and repeat 150 150Auguat I0 I0August
August aPrtcralJ trot or pace paeepurse pacepurse
purse 600 Z 21 trot sate 37 37Ce 21pace
Ce lOt 000 hurdle nee mile dash 1SO 1SOrun 150 150run
run A fie 18 furlongs an drepet UiG UiGAugust 150 150August
August ll8County County race trot or pace paceoor8fla pacehorses
horses one4 In Montgomery county countystxty countysixty
sixty days prior to race 100 1011 run hale halemU halfmUe
mU mUe and repeat < same as o county unty race raceabove raceabove
above SUO 150 consolation run ft five fur rurlonp furlongs
longs and 00 repeat 118 118Entries 110Retries
Entries close AU Augsmt IJst 28 Records mad madtht readsthat
that day JlO bar The Tb IlnDOVitemtnt IlnDOVitemtntma4e is ismade
made that pools will 11I be 8Oil Oft tb tb18Cft the theracos
18Cft which last yr AM oblbltecl prebibitedby oblblteclby
by the county authorities autltorlUaPIEDMONTS authoritiesPIEDMONTS
The Piedmont White Sox outclassed outclassedthe lled lledtae
tae Manhattans on the MonuMent MonuMentgrounds Monumentgrounds
grounds winning S to O Stevenon StevenonPiedmont Stevenon StevenonPiedmont
Piedmont pitcher aUow4cl two hits hltawblJe hitswhile
while the Pl Piedmonts batted the Xanhat Manhattan Xanhattan
tan tan pitchers all over the lot ot Scott ScottFord ScottFord
Ford and Ross knocking hcme run In Inthe inthe
the sixth Inning The pitching and bat bIlttln batting
tln ting ot Stevenson were the features The TbePiedmonts ThePledmonts
Piedmonts challenge uniformed clubs cluKAddress clubsAddress
Address John Rose captain E 16 NewYerk New NewYork
York avenue northwest northwestADVERTISED northwestADVERTISED
1 wonder why It 18 Mid the wo woman woman
man musingly that when you hear hMranybody hearanybody
anybody put forth special claIms to tohOMstv tohonesty
honesty and straightforward dMllng dMllngou deallngyou
you ou become suspicious Of that per personat on onat
at onceYou once onceYou
You know It l Is said that un unacrupu unacrupuJour erupu erupuJOU8
Jour jewelers win sometimes substitute subIJtltutepaste5ton811 substitutepaste
paste5ton811 paste stones for the genuine diamonds diamondsIn
In pieces whIch they are rep repairing repairingMany irirlg irirlgMany
Many persons must believe this is to be betrue betrue
true for you will He advertisements In Inthe inthe
the papet per which read like th thRepalring this thisRepairing
Repairing fine Jewelry 8 specialty
Diamond reset 111 your our presence prHftCeNow presenceNow
Now I dont know bow that would wouldImpress wouldimpress
Impress most people but nothing couldInduce could coudinduce
induce me to take anything there I Ishould Ishould
should expect that by some my mysterious mysterioussleightofhand terlous terloussleightorhand
sleightorhand performance my jewels jewe1swould jewelswould
would be hanged before my very eyes
Meet at Colma Club in Twen TwentyRound TwentyRound
tyRound Bout on Sep September September
tember 7 7By 7By
NJIW YORK June 1JAbe ALtal1 awl awlOwen anIOwen
Owen Moran have Biped up at wt wtThtty 1dMThey
They win box September 7 JIm Coft CoftrOb Coffroth
rOb manager and matchmaJcer ol the thebOlm the thetolm
bOlm Club met tb f fighters and man manalJrs managars
agars 1ft New York and the whole affair atralrwa affairaas
wa aas done with inside of an hour Cotf CotfrOth Coffroth
rOth roth who wa was due to leave for or tM tMVe theWest
West Ve t on the 110 10 limited y yesterday rdaY ar arrived arrived
rived here about 210 a and qukly quklydofting quk1ydofttng
dofting his benny and sky piece sat satdown satdown
down to Jlodtil some of the wellwqn1 wellwqn1but weflWurflbut
but ta tasty ty jam jamAbe jamAbe
Abe listened a Jon long time with ut utbUnk ut utblinking
bUnk blinking In lift eyelash Charley HarveY Harverwho HarveYwho
who manages Moran stood b behInd hlnd Coil CotCroth Coilroth
roth and n6C1d noddaI hi assent like a toy toypup toypup
pup In a candy store Cotfroth wa was strong sttGngtor strongfor
for a fortyft round ft t Harveythinking Harvey HarveythInking
thInking for loran who 1 1ft En En1an41 En1an41was land landw
w was al o strong Ab was ju at E strong strongfor trlJngfor
for a abort 10 figurine tlgurlngthat tbt the longer llnurIt longerit
It went th more hed have to scrap eraplIAaUy scrapFinally
Finally as things seemed to grow growdlrnner growdlmncr
dlrnner and dimmer Hlney reed to tothe tothe
the twenty twentyround round thing and Coffroth Coffrothknowing Coifrothknowing
knowing the value oC tb match sat satdown t tdo
down do rt and fixed up the papersWhen papers paperstlen
When CotCroth left Attel1 who aM hadbeen aMbeen
been thinking a bunch mid You know knowI
I wouldnt go over twenty rounds with wtththlt withthis
this follow because we can get just AI AIlIucb asmuch
much of a a CT crowd wd at that distance a as < 118 118can wecan
can In a finish ftn go 0 rm betting we 0 doand do doand
and o I is CoftrKh Moran ili the only onlyboy onlyboy
boy who hs given me a good fight fightthe in inthe
and bes tough tuff stufftoo
the past two el I Itoo
too toofiUent Silent Charlie Harvey doeaBt know kROWjuwt knowjust
just hew twenty rounds win uk Moran 1tl0I1UtIUtd Moranand
and bas to T put ut ufi 11iGO forfeit just the theurnt thesame
same Chatlie left the o ottle ee combing combingh
h his Buffalo Btu and wearing 8 worried worriedeok worrl d dlook
Slide to Second Base in Ban Game GameProbably GameProbably
Probably Fatal to toPlayer toPlayer
PUNXSUTAWNZT PL J June 11 11WIth 13 13With
WIth h neck broken and hI ts head headwIn hessiswinging
wIn from rom aide ide to side PreierHJk PreierHJkLoekrcl FrslerH3kLsckard
Loekrcl twenty yrl1loId years old walk walkid frOM frOMthe fromthe
the baseball diamond to the theand grandetAlid grandetAlidand
and sat t cn a seat t several D minutes M Miore before
fore be fell unconscIous uneomdouNone unconscIousNone
None ot h his companions was a aare itare ot oth ofhim
h him probably fatal Injury until he was wastaken a
t taken to the hospital Lockard who was wasplaytn wasplaying
playing In a game betw between the Cubs Cubsanti
anti the Tigers oj the CIty JAA5U8 yes VeIJterday yesterday
terday afternoon attempted to steal JlltMlIHeQnd stealsecond
second base 8 he slid to the sark sarkSecond k kiiecond
Second Baseman Dock caught the ball ballDo3k ballDock
Dock felt on his knee o over the base buecatchlD basecatching
catchlD catching Lockards head as the latrw latrwgilded latibrglided
gilded In InU InIt
U ill tb thought ught bad the lnJu Injured man manft maneen
een ft kept Still Ult after ner lb the accident ne nocould necould
could have been 1illNed no Ole spinal IiPinalc0r4 spinalcord
cord remained unl uninjured 1jurec wMn the thepped lb apne apnesnapped
snapped pped His walking < to tb the grandstand grandstandcaused ad taM taMeaUMCI
caused the broken bones 0 sever the tnerc thercrd
rc rcrd rd
CINCINNAI Ohio June JIseere JIseeretary i3Saeretary
tary Dillon or the IAtonta Jockey Club Clu1announcM Clubnnounced
announcM today that a large num numof number numberof
of Eaat Eastern m horses would come to La Latonla La Latools
tools to race because oC the blow dealt dealtthe dealtthe
the game In New York yesterday yeaterdayPrfJNUUoU yesterdayPreparatiome
PrfJNUUoU have begun to double 4Ioublethe doublethe
the stable 1om r em at the JtUUda courseIt course eourIeIt
It ill oxyeeted x tM that tM IIIIMnt meeting meetingoC
oC forty days will be extended to run runall runsIl
all summer and possibly t through OUh th thfaU the thetall
West oM Pet PetftAXDLo PotSTANDING
Kt Ral 4 1 1Florida 200 200Florida
Florida Avenue Stan 3 2 2Jilt iSO iSOMt
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The Nationals yMterclay defeated the th6CUppenl theClippers
Clippers by i to i In a cloMly played playedprne playedgame
game prneJASIERS gameJASERS
Jupeh M Smith 0 Atlanta Ga Is Iseltber Iseither
either going to get married next ye r or orera orcrawl
era crawl 1 Into th 1008 ca casket ket he has built builtancl builtand
and bid tr8 farewell eU to earthly jon Jasper JuparJI
JI to De HYen seventyfive 3ftve years eAr old in 1100 1100and 1100vd
and vd he 88 that ever slnee his youth be behu hehas
hu has sworn to be married when he at attained attabLed
tabLed that age A Also o coincident with withhl8 withhis
his lon long matrimonial dreams Mr Smith Smithhad Smithhad
had meditated a deal upon death and andhas andhas
has meantlme8 ordered his coffin It Ithas fthag
has iMen een completed and the iOOO 70ii has hasgone hasgone
gone to make a mo moot t elaborate coffin It ItIs itis
Is of the old fashioned kind with square squarecorner squarecorners
corner and bulging alder for Jasper Jaspersays Jaspersays
says he Is liable to wake ake up and wants wantsroom ants antsroom
room to extcnd xt nd hi his elbows 01 scratch his hish8lld hisbead
bead when U6 great tromp sounds At AtlaBla At1anta
laBla is wonderIng what b bisarre rr8 epl eplsocI81K episodas
sodas will n nort xt occur in the career ot otber ofher
her uccentrlc mUUonalreExchange mUUonalreExchangeTHE
Happiness Is sweeter when It comas comasby comesby
by surprise 8S the old Philosopher Philosopherbut
but even then 1thag Ith a cyclore pOwer pOwerwhich powerwhich
which knocks a mn oft his feet till tillTrouble tillTrouble
Trouble creep up an get him again againI
I one knew 8 man who was always alwaysglOwUnJ alwaysgrowling
growling about his troublesnight and andday andday
day It warn the same old sonS By and andby andby
by 11 his trqubl trquhles left him and they theythouJht theythought
thought he would be on the very hill hll1top hilltOp
top of happiness but no The They saw sawhim sawhim
him goln going about like a stranger In a aIItrange astrange
strange land Whats t8 the matter matterthey matterthey
they asked him Why he answered answeredIve answeredrye
rye lost every trouble I had and andsomehow andsomehow
somehow or other the world dont Men Menright seemright
right tomfl to inc It alnt the SAme place plaooThe placeThe
The old landmarks are gone gonet Atlanta AtlantaConstitution AtlantaConstitution
Every mother dreads the pain attendant upon the most critical criticalperiod criticalperiod
period of her life Becoming a mother should be a source of JOY but butthe butthe
the suffering incident to the ordeal makes its anticipationone of dread dreadMothers dreadMothers
Mothers Friend is the only remedy which relieves women of much of ofthe ofthe
the pain of maternity this hour dreaded as womans severest trial is isnot isnot
not only made less painful but danger is avoided by its use Those Thosewho Thosewho
who use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy nervous nervousness nervousness
ness nausea and other distressing conditions are overcome and the thesrstem thesystem
system is preparedfor the coming event by the use of Mothers Friend FriendIt
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