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Naps Tally Three Times on onEasy onEasy onEasy
Easy Taps to the theInfield theInfield theInfield
Infield InfieldUSE InfieldUSE InfieldUSE
Fast Work on the theB Bases ses Keeps KeepsCantillon KeepsCantillon KeepsCantillon
Cantillon Henchmen in inthe inthe inthe
CLEVELAND Ohio May M 52 2Tkat That It Itwas Ibwas 1tvas
was wisdom en n the part p rt of Manager ManagerLajole MagerLajoe ManagtrLajoie
Lajole In moving the peed oflite of J h1 team teamup teamup teemup
up to the top ot the batting Hat ll t was wasexemplified as asexempUfied asexemplified
exemplified in Fridays Pridayspme gam with the thaNationals theNationaJs theNationals
Nationals The first four batters scored scoredfrom scoredZrom coredfrom
from third on balls that were fielded in inturn inturn inturn
turn by each of the basemen bts IDOO whileon while whileon whileon
on the fourth the ball was fielded fi ldEKl to tofirst tofirst toliret
first instead of homo homoThe homoT1e borneThe
The Naps showed up the Nationals in ininside Ininside ininside
inside baseball at every turn and Can Cantillons Cant111ons CantU1ons
tillons outfit looked cheap It was bad badenough badenough badenough
enough to have three men register on onfielders onfielders oafielders
fielders choices but when the fourth fourthtallied fourthtalUed fourthtallied
tallied on the squeeze sucoz play it just about aboutbroke aboutbroke aboutbroke
broke the Nationals heartsLajoles hearts heartsLajoles heartsLajoies
Lajoles crowd were on their tiptoes tiptoeeevery uptoesever tiptoesevery
every ever minute of the time They tried triedthe triedthe triedthe
the hit and run and got away with it itThe Itlhe itThe
The Nationals did the same and the theNaps theNnps theNaps
Naps plucked their plans in the bud budEach budEach budEach
Each team made two sacrifices but butLord butLord butLord
Lord of the Naps sprinted from first to tothird tothird tothird
third on J1 a short bunt while the Na Nationals Nationals Nationals ¬
tionals did not even attempt to dupli duplicate duplicate duplicate ¬
cate the trick trickNaps trickNaps trickNaps
Naps Are Better BetterThe BetterThe BetterThe
The Naps did better backing up than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the Nationals On one occasion with a aNational aNational aNational
National on second Donohue filed to toHlnchman toHlnchman toHInchman
Hlnchman The spectators could not notaccount notaccount notaccount
account for Bradley running runnlngaway away from fromthird fromthird fromthird
third as they expected him to take the thethrow thethrow thethrow
throw from Hinohman Bill however howeverran boweverran
ran twenty feet from trom third and stopped stoppedand stoppedand stoppedand
and the fans were wer delighted when they theysaw theyaaw theysaw
saw little Turner at Brads post of duty dutytaking dutytaking dutytaking
taking thi th throw with Brad ready to tofield tofield tofield
field the ball should it get by Turner TurnerThe TurnerTbe TurnerTfle
The Nationals couldnt show a thing thingto
to compare with that Although it itavailed itavalled itavailed
availed nothing it showed that the Naps Napswere Napswere Napswere
were on their mettle mettleHad mettleHad mettleHad
Had some of the plodders been in the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first four places In the Nape batting battingorder battlngorder batUngorder
order at least three of them would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have perished at the plate as Delehanty Delehantythrows DelehantyConroy DehantyConroy
Conroy and Donohue all made gooa gooathrows good goodthrows
throws home The speed of Goode G < ode Brad Bradand Bradand Bradand
and Turner and nice slides carried them themto themto themto
to safety safetyIt safetyIt
It was the squeeze play beautifully beautifullyexecuted beautitullyxecuted beautiftdlyexecuted
executed that really t flU showed up the Na Nationals Nationals Natinnals ¬
tionals more than any one on thing With Withthree Withthree
three runs In Lord on third and Lajote Lajoteon I
on second the Natiorals Natlor < 8ls never antici anticipated antlclpatEd antictpated ¬
pated that the squeeze would be at attempted attempted ¬ I Itempted
tempted Larry paseed the sign signStovall to toStovall o oStovall
Stovall and George bunted the ball be between between between ¬
tween first and second Lord scoring soaringwith scoringwith scoringwith
with ease easeWeak easeWeak easeWeak
Weak On Bases BasesCantlllons BasesCantllJoI BasesCantillons
Cantlllons s men did not show near so somuch somJcl1 somich
much class on the paths as did the theNaps theNaps theNaps
Naps Two of them tried to steal st but butwere butwere butwere
were nipped while Easterly also caught caughtBrowne caughtBrowne caughtBrowne
Browne off second after the Nationals Nationalshad Nationalshad Nationalshad
had made three successive sucees tve hits TheNaps The TheNaps TheNaps
Naps on the other hand swiped two twosacks twosacks twosacks
sacks Lord stealing steaUn third while Blank Blankenshlp BlankenshIp Blankenship
enshIp went to sleep holding the bail bailEverything baJlEverything beltEverything
Everything considered the Nationals Nationalsdid NstlOPlsdId NMIonaisdid
did not hold a candle to th the Nape and andCy andCy andCy
Cy Falkenbevg i Is the happiest t man J ithe ia iathe Jthe
the league as the victory over his hI for former tofImer totrner ¬
mer team mates gives him a new ew lease leaseon J8IUIeon leaseon
on life
The Score ScoreCleveland ScoreCleveland
Cleveland AB A H PO A BL BLGoode JI JIGoode LGooderf
Goode Gooderf rf 4 4Bradley l 1 I 1 1Bradley 1Bradleyab
Bradley Bradleyab 3b 3bTurner I 1 I I 1 1Turner 0 0Turnerca
Turner Turnerca SB 4 1 1Lord 1 I I ILord I ILordlf
Lord Lordlf If 4 4Lajole 1 J JLajoIe I S I ILaJoIeTh
Lajole LaJoIeTh 2b 3 3Stovall 0 I I IStovall Y I IStovall
Stovall lb 3 3Easterly 0 I 17 17Easterly 0 I IEasterly
Easterly c 4 4Hinchman D I 4 I IHInchman I IHlnchman
Hinchman of S SFalkenberg I S 1 1Falken 1 1Fatkenberg
Falkenberg Falken berg p l 8 8Washington 0 0 I ITotals 5 5Totals
Totals Totals 4 l If IfWashlnGteft I IWashingtas
Washington AB R RiEL 3 PO A B BBrowne JIBrowne LBrowneIf
Browne BrowneIf If 4 4Conroy I 1 1 1Conroy I I IConroy3b
Conroy Conroy3b 3b 4 4Delehanty 1 I 1 i iDelehanty U UDelehanty
Delehanty 9b < 1 1Donohue S I 1 1Donohue i iDonohue
Donohue lb 4 4Milan 0 1 11 11man 1 13filano
3filano Milan of I 3flvme U I I 0 0lyme I Ielyme
flvme rf oc 1 1MrBrtde IMeBride I 1 I U UMeBride
MeBride m 3 3Street 1 4 7 7Street 7Street
Street c 1 1Blankenshlp U 1 s sBlankenshlp US USBlankenship
Blankenshlp BlankenshlpGroom c S SGroom 0 0Groomp
Groom Groomp p < 3 IFreeman I IFreeman 5 I I I I IFreeman
Freeman 1 1Totals 1Totals I I
Totals Si SiBatted 1 7 i iBatted III IIIBatted
Batted for MsBrkte In the ninth ninthCleveland ninthloveland lath lathCleveland
Cleveland SOul i > I t 5 I tWashington t jWashington
Washington 1 0 ft 11 11Twobue 1 1Twobase
Twobase hit hltiDe bitDenehus > DeB lrae Tbreebma Tbreebmahit TitraebaPhltGoode ThrsebhitOood
hit hltGoode Goode Sacrifice hit JalUlLajole Lajofe Fal Falkenberg Falkenberg lesiIenberg ¬
kenberg Stevall Street Stolen StoIeaStovall baaea baaeaStovall benseStovall
Stovall Lord First Pir t tow base on btUlnOfC btUlnOfCFalkenberg b ballsOKFaikenberg lltOtc lltOtcFalkenberg
Falkenberg 4 off Groom 1 Left L8tt0I L8tt0IbasesCleveland on onbases onbaeesCleveland
bases basesCleveland Cleveland 7 Washington 7 7Struck 1Struck 7Struck
Struck out outBy By Falkenberg 4 by byliroom byt byIjroorn
t liroom room 2 Double play pla7Groom Groom to Mc McBride MeBri ICcBriec
Bride Bri to Donohue Time of game gamel 1 hour hourand hourlnd hourend
and 39 minutes Umpire UmpirMJl UmpiresMessrs MeMra Kerto Kerinnd Kertoand Xe 1J 1JlJ
and lJ nd Sheridan Attendance AttendaneeMANAGER Attendance2IIP Attendance2IIPMANAOER 2JM 2JMMANAGER
Albany Club Spurns Offer Through ThroughFear ThroughFear ThroughFear
Fear of National Com Cornmission Commission Commission ¬
mission missionALBANY missionAIBAIY missionALBANY
ALBANY May 22Willlam J Clarke Clarkemanager Clarkemanager Clarkemanager
manager of the Albany Abn baseball bIuIeba11lias team teamlas teamas
las as announced that he had received a ahack aheck ahock
hack for SM It I from Senator Grady Gra of ofNew otew ofNew
New ew York fti lI It of which wl eh la to be given givenat
at the end of the State League Lea Maeon Maeonto
to the player making the moat timely timelyplays timelytlays tiRMI7rlays
plays throughout the year and the re remainder r rmalndel remainder ¬
mainder to be divided among the thepitchers tileIitcher thepitchers
pitchers with the beat be t average averageThe aYergaThe avagesThe
The Albany team at a meeting de derided deI doided ¬
ided I not to accept the check 1ria fearing Itzmght it itmight ItmIght
might involve a violation of the rules mleaof 1814 1814or rulesof
of the national comml commissionWHITE commission commissionWHITE lon lonWHITE
Frank Owen Will Finish Out Season Sea Season Season ¬
son With Toledo ToledoTOLEDO TdledoClub ToledoClub
TOLEDO Ohio May SLPrMfdeqt SLPrMfdeqtWiliiam IPrdeqtWilHam Predeqt PredeqtWilliam
William B Armour has sa clod negotia negotiations eOti eOtitions olSa olSaHODS ¬
tions with Cemtekey Ceml key of the Chicago ChicagoWhite ChicagoWhite OhicagoWhite
White Sox for the purchase JWCba e of Pitcher PitcherFrank PitcherFrank PitoherFrank
Frank Owen of that club Comlskey Comlskeyordered Comiskeyordpred Comlekeyordered
ordered Owen to report to Armour at ati atcnee atne
cnee i nee and he is expected Here tomorrow tomorrowOwen tomorrowOwen tomorrowOwen
Owen is expected to greatly strength strengthen ¬
en the pitching department of the th local localflub loea1lub localclUb
flub ami W is sitd to be in fine shape for fortb torth forthe
tb the seasons lIetu on work
Inclement Weather Causes CauseSetback CausesSetback CausesSetback
Setback in Date for forChevy forChevy forChevr
Chevy Chase Event EventBaeaoae Eventn EventBenss
Baeaoae n eau of the th heavy IIe V rains yesterday yeaterdaand yesterdayand yes1erdoyI yes1erdoytoday I
and today the opening matches In th thmutual the theuaI theannual
mutual uaI tennis tenl 8 tourney t urney of the Midi MidiAtlantic 10018 10018AtllmtIC MiddleAtlantic
Atlantic Association which is slated t tbe to tobe tobe
be played this year r on the Chevy Chess Chaecourts Ch8MOurta Chesscourts
courts will be postponed until naac naacweek nut nutweek nextweek
week much to the disappointment o othe of ofthis ofthe
the several hundred tennis enthusIasts enthusIastsIn
in this city who always flock to th thcourts the thecourts thecourts
courts when this nature of event is ii iiprogress In Inprogreu inprogress
progress progreuProbably progressProbably progressProbably
Probably not for several years y rs hathe has hasthe hasthe
the present Interest in this event been beeiequaled beene4fua1ed beenouaied
equaled and from rom the classy string strln o oentries of ofentrlell ofetitrles
entries which have been received from frorthe fromthe
the raqueters 18 Iueters of Baltimore and Phila Philadelphia PhUadelpllia Philadeiphia
delphia it can very easily be surmised surmisesthat surmisedthat surmisedthat
that this season s BS n will experience n ndrop no nodrop nodrop <
drop in the previous high standard standardFollowing standardFollowIng standardFollowing
Following is the card which will b bpresented be bepI bepresented <
presented pI 9Iltod on the opening day mos moslifcely most mostlikely mostlikely
likely Monday MondayWashington Mond MondayWashington Y YWaShiniton
Washington singles shiglesC C B Doyle H HE HE His
E Doyle H P S Cake Jlomer omer Deis DelsRalph DeisRalph DeisRalph
Ralph Hills B P Grovsnor Upshni UpshniMorehead UnshnrMor6h UpehurMortheSd
Morehead Mor6h Ad Dr Larkin Glazebrook GlazebrookWashington GlazebrookWashlngtn GlazebrookWashington
Washington doubles doubesC C B and H E EDoyle EDoyle BDoyle
Doyle Grovsnor and Grovsnor Delsand Dels Delsand Deisand
and Hills Glazebrook and Mbrehead MbreheadBaltimore Moreh68dBltlmore MorehoadBaltimore
Baltimore singles singlesF F C Colston ColstonA JA J JA
A Colston Wagner Symington Atkin Atkinson Atklnson tkin tkinson ¬
son Harrison Brown Brooke BrookeBaltimore BrookeBaltimore BrookeBaltimore
Baltimore doubles doublesColston Colston and Col Colston Colston Colston ¬
ston Wagner and Symington Atkinson Atkinsonand Atkinsonand Atkinsonand
and Harrison Brown and Brooke BrookeBALTIMORE BrookePRESIDENT BrookePRESIDENT
BALTIMORE May 22 22Presldent 22PresldentHanJon 22PresidentHsiilon President Presidentianlon
ianlon and Vice President Frank of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the Baltimore baseball club have got goten gotten gotten
ten en together and arranged details for forennant torpennant forpennant
pennant > ennant day at Oriole Park June une 1 1Since 1Since L LSince
Since 1807 there has been no baseball baseballlennant baseballpennant baseballpennant
pennant in this city and the first occa occasion occaslon occaaba ¬
aba of that sort for plylng the band bandn bandIn bandIn
In n twelve years has been arranged for forhe forthe forthe
the he return of the Orioles from their long lonerip longtrip longtrip
trip to the Highlands It Is proposed proposedto
to o make the occasion worthy of a oham ohamion ohampion chainplan
plan > ion baseball team teamInvitations teamInvltatlons teamInvitations
Invitations were sent to President PresidentTaft PresIdentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft Vice President Sherman the gov govirnor 1OVemor governor
irnor the mayor their cabinets judges judgesif judreof
of if the supreme bench United States and anduvenile andjuvenile andjuvenile
juvenile courts to Marylands Senators Senatorsind Senatorsand Senatorsend
and Congressmen to the presidents of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the National Na onal American and Easternbsebal1 Easternbaseball Eastern Easterntaseball
baseball leagues and American Aseocla Aseoclaion A880CIaUon Aseoclalion
ion and to the presidents of all the theimateur theamateur theamateur
amateur baseball leagues of this city cityClassy cityBRIGHTWOOD cityBRIGHTOOD
Classy String of Local Thor Thoivdughbreds Thordughbreds Thornoughbreds
dughbreds Will Compete Competein
in Memorial Day Races RacesOut
O Out t at the Brightwood Driving Club
an te i in readtaeag readl MiJ fer the Memorial MemoriaDay MemorialDy MemorialDay
Day raeee May 31 and in the stalls an anat and andat andat <
at many private stables throughouWashington throughout throughoutWalngton throughoutWashington
Washington great preparations are be beIng being belag >
Ing made for one of the best days daysport daYswp dayssport
port wp rt that the local admirers o othoroughbreds et etthoroughbreds ofthoroughbreds
thoroughbreds have witnessed in a Joniwhite longwhile long longwhfte
white whiteFrank whfteFnmk whileFreak
Frank Thomas one of the youngest youngeemembers youngestmembers t tJlutinhenJ
members of the Driving Club and i ifirstelase a aftrsteIIUI areiss
firstelase reiss horseman has the program progranin programIn
in I charge He declares he now has h hhead In1IaDd hbend
head more than enough entries to as assure uIlUre asscre
sure the success uceee of the matinee matineeIt mathieeIt
It Is proposed piOpo ed to make the Memorial MemoriaDay MemorialDay MemorialDay
Day matinee attractive in every way wayWith wayWIth wayWith
With horse owners and fanciers it hatoonte huoome hat hascome
come to be a 8 timehonored practice tiattend to toattucl toattend
attend the races on Memorial Day th thfirst the theftntt theftrst
first speed day ot t the season seasonAll seasonAll seasonAU
All the local horses of claM will be beshown beJJIIOwn bejhown
shown at the Brightwood track Memor Memorial ¬
11 Day beginning at 1 oclock clock There Thenwill TherewIu Therewill
will be a treeforall pace onehalf mile milepurae mUepu milepurse
purse pu 50 S best three in five heats a 8 2 2tTOt 226trot 226 226trot
trot and pace at a half hal mile puree 60 60beat 60beMt O Obest
beat three in five h heats aU and a claiw C Crace Crace Crace
race onenaif mile beet three in Ave flvebeat Avebeat fivebeats
beat beatDuring beatsDuring beatDuring
During the afternoon atte a achampiop championship champiopshlpbaseball championshipbaseball blp blpbueball
baseball contest eon teat between the Bright Brightwood Brightwood
wood and Petworth teams will w I be play played played played ¬
ed on the track oval The winning team teamwill tmwill teamwill
will receive a handsome silver cup aa aaa a asa
a memento mementoJEANNETTE mementoJ1ANNETTE
i PARIS P May 22Sandy Ferguson Fersu on theBoston the theBeaton UteBoeton
Boston alugger and Joe Jo Jeannette the theNew theNew
1 New York T colored heavyweight will fight IIshttweDty fighttwenty
1 twenty mends roundIIlft in Paris France tonight tonightThe tonishtThe tonightThe
The bout wax w postponed from last laati ItSaturday lastfiaturday
i Saturday at Ferguaons F 8 request reque t aa he hewanted bewanted hewntl
wanted more tune to train The winner winnerwill wlnlKJrwin winnerwill
will be challenged Chne by Sam Langford who whoexpects whoeXJc whoexpects
expects to whip wh Iron Hague H e the Britten Brittenheavyweight Brltllthbeav7Wetpt Britlekheavyweight
heavyweight champion c amploftar m London next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week weekLOCAL weekLOCAL weekLOCAL
A large body of athlete members of ofth otthe ofthe
th the George Washington and Del Central CentralHigh CentralHIP ControlHigh
High School tr track k squads 8ClUlL left for Bal Baltimore Baltimore Baltimers ¬
timore this th morning to take part in theannual the Uieannual theaanual
annual track game pmellromoted promoted by the theCentral theCent theCenttI
Central Cent 1 branch Y M JtL C A of the theMonumental theMonumental theMonumental
Monumental City CityStarrett Cityatrett CltySteertt
Starrett Sralthaon King Waleott WaleottPaXteraon WalcottPittsrson ValeottP
PaXteraon P ttenlOD Curtis and Sheridan of ofGeorge ofGeorge ofGeorge
George Washington ington and Zeh and Rol Rollina RollIa Rollisa
lisa of Central Clf 1tral are the runners who will willrepresent wlIltbe willrepresent
represent the two Washington Va hlgton institu institutions InstItutIo institutions ¬
tions tIo
I Summer ummer Suits Suitsat Suits1800 uits
at 1800 S180OE 1800E
E B Suits for men mende mendesigned mendcsigned de designed ¬
signed and built in our own fac factory factory factory ¬
tory and sold direct less the themiddlemans themiddlemans themiddlemans
middlemans profit profitEISEMAN profitEISEMAN profitI
7th and E EStS Sts N W V
No Let Up in EnthusiasnOver Enthusiasm EnthusiasmOver EnthusiasmOver
Over TimesNews TimesN evs Mara Marathon Marathon Marathon ¬
thon Next Month MonthSTORM MonthSTORM
Interest at Baltimore Fully a aGreat as asGreat asGreat
Great PS That in inCapital inCapital inCapital
Capital CapitalThough CapitalThough CapitalThough
Though the mldsoason gonorally Is a aperiod aeriod
period erlod of dullness interest in The TheTimesNews TIleTimesNews TueTimesNews
TimesNews Marathon seems to con continue continue ¬
tinue during the period OPJod of training trainingW tralntu tralntuW
W G Stuart an official in th the J event eventtoday eventtoday event eventtoday
today expressed himself as being highly highlygratified highlygratified highlygratified
gratified by the prospects prospectsDo prospectsIODo
IODo Do not be discouraged because the theentries theentries theentries
entries do not come i b very large num numbers numhers numhers ¬
hers at this stage of the game said saidMr saidIr saidMr
Mr Ir Stuart today toda To Co me it Is unusual unusualthat unusualthat unusualthat
that the large Ia a number already have havesigned havesigned havesigned
signed should have cone in so earlyMy early earlyMy earlyI
My I experience with athletic events has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been that everyone holtis hol 5 out until the thelast thelast thelast
last minute The fwjt that you ou have on onhand onhand onhand
hand eighteen blanks filled out nearly nearlythree nearlythroe nearlythree
three weeks before the closing is a sure suresign suresign
sign that the entries will reach well up upto upto
to forty or fifty men menAt menAt
At the Federal meet last winter win tor wo wohad wohad wehad
had one of the largest fields ever seen seenin seenIn seenin
in indoor games here Over 500 5OOmon 5OOmonwere iO men menwere menware
were entered Up until twentyfour twentyfourhours twentyfourhours twentyfourhours
hours before entries closed but fifty fiftyblanks fiftyblanks fiftyblanks
blanks had been turned In InMen InMen InMen
Men In Training TrainingIn Trainhtg TrainhtglOIn
lOIn In your Marathon rany more men menare menaro menare
are now training thar will enter It Itdoes Itdoes Itdoes
does credit to their udgment that they theyInsist theyInsist theyinsist
Insist on seeing just what they can do doat doat doat
at the distance before they start You Youmust Youmust Youmust
must remember that many of r them themhave themhave themhave
have never run over two miles b Jore JoreWhUe hforeWhile > ore oreWhile
While it Is easier to train for a 0 dig distance dlstance digtance ¬
tance race than to most people seen neonto seento seemto
to think many ataletea should not at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to run the distance distanceThe dlstanceThe distanceThe
The actual details of Funning the race racewill racewtll racewill
will be completed witWh with the next ten tendays tendays tendays
days The executive board for the run runincludes runincludes runIncludes
includes men experienced in conduct of ofevents otevents ofevents
events of this kind and the most com complete complete cornplate ¬
plete arrangements are insured by their theircooperation theIrcooperation theircooperation
cooperation cooperationIn
In Baltimore the interest seems to run runequally runequally runequally
equally high highEverything hIghEverything highEverything
Everything Is Fine FineThat FineThat PineThat
That announcement o oL the race was wasjust wasjust wasjust
just SS days ago and now ow 22 days ro
It is a keen disappointment that the thePenn thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Penn ylv8B11I Varsity eight was R5 az not en entered 8Rterod enterod ¬
terod but Coach Bills flIs Ward says that thatat thatat thatat
at this stage of his training trolnln for thefourmile the thefourmite thotourmtle
fourmite Poughkeepaie regatta it would wouldinjure wouldInjuro wouldInjure
injure his h men to have hv them spurt over overthe overthe overthe
the short Henley course cour e Coach Juvenal Juvenaldid Juvenaldid Juvenaldid
did not count on his Malta crew enter entering onterIng enterIng ¬
ing the thefir first t eights class but wanted to toenter toenter toenterthem
enter enterthem them in the second HCon eights eightsFAMOUS eightsfAMOUS sightsFAMOUS
Ed Corrigan Forced Fotc d to Sell His Hislntercst Hislntercst
1 lntercst in Hawthorne HawthorneTrack HawthorneTrack
CHICAGO III May 88 DEd BSd Corrignn Cornigunmaster Corrignnmuster Corrhnnmuter
muster of Hawthorne I now no over aaventx aaventxyears lifjVOJ1tyears aeveittryears >
years old ia S broke br ke and likely to tospend tospend tospend
spend his lest years ye rs in poverty povertyHia DOvertyHI povertyHia
Hia HI lattt possession poue Ion was an interest interesttin InterestIn
tin In the Hawthorne traok trao which whI h he was WHSforced MiSforoe wasforced
forced foroe to Nil to meet u note of HtiG9 HtiG9When 4iiOOWhen UOO UOOWhen
When he left Chicago he had but 2000 2000left 2000left COO COOleft
left of his once great fortune He has hasgone hGSgone hasgone
gone to Lexington Ky to the bedside bedsideof be bedsideof slde sldeof
of his hi dying wife wifeSIS
SIS 18 S20 20 and 25 25Salts 25SuUs 25Suits
Salts for Bleu Bleuclothes l Menclothes ren renclothes
clothes that have all the dls dlstinctlveness dlstlnctlveneaa dintinctiveness
tinctlveness and worthfulness of oftailoredtomeapure ottaUoredtomeuure oftailoredtomeasure
tailoredtomeapure garments garmentsParker garmentsParker garmentsParker
Parker Bridget 6 Co CoHeadtoPoot CoI Coea4toPoot
HeadtoPoot Outfitters OutfittersNinth O1tiitterNinth QtfittersNinthand
I Ninth Ninthand and the Avenue
Of Baltimore Starter In TimesNewsMarathon TimesNews TimesNewsMarathon TimesNewsMarahon
Marathon Marathonmain Marahonmain Marathonmain
main before the big event Is started startedSo
So today is just about exactly midway midwaybetween tnldwayb midwaybtweon
between b tween the first notice and the affair affairitself atralrItsel affairIthel
itself Instead of a reaction after the theearly theearly theearly
early curiosity to learn the hc plans each eachday eachday eachday
day brings news of new men who have haveall haveall haveall
all along been intending to take part partif partIt partIf
if things wt wont ut right in preliminary preliminarypreparation proUmlnarypreparation preliminarypreparation
preparation And things seem to be begoing begoIng begoing
going right for one by one they drift driftinto driftinto driftinto
into The Times office with a request requestfor requestfor requestfor
for an entry blank blankThe blankThe i iThe
The small army that t at Is merrily train training trainIng trainbig
ing In all parts of the city declares in individually IndividuallY individuahly ¬
dividually and collectively that the pres present present presout ¬
ent cool snap has been ordered order d by the theweather theweather theweather
weather man especially e for its benefit benefitIn benefitIn
In Baltimore on the Light street draw drawbridge drawbridge drawbridge ¬
bridge the South Baltimore boys are arestill arestill areettll
still practicing making many good runs runsfrom runsfrom runsfrom
from end to end before they give up upThe upThe upThe
The number of runners on the bridge bridgehas bridgebas bridgehas
has steadily ste dl1y increased during the last lastfew lastfew lastfew
few days and while a good many of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them have not oot yet formally entered enteredthey enteredthey enteredthey
they say they will do so very aoon as asthere asthere asthere
there is plenty of o time yet yetLike yetLike yetLike
Like This Weather WeatherThe WeatherThe WeatherThe
The athletes say these weather condi conditions condltions condilions ¬
tions are fine and dandy for their theirwork theirwortt theirworc
work and hope that they will continue co tInue <
Promoters Promot rs of American Henley Consider Holding H lding EVent ExtentOver EVentOver EventOver
Over Over Until Monday Becauseof InclementWeatherEntries Inclement InclementWeather Inclerp Qt QtWeatherEntries
Weather WeatherEntries Entries Are Poor
PHILADELPHIA May 22 2A A cold colddrizzling colddrmKng colddrizzling
drizzling rain te falling here today and andthe andthe andthe
the Indications Indicatl D8 are fun the annual annualAmerican annualAinerJ annualAfueridan
American AinerJ t1 Henley He ley will be postponed until untilMonday untilMond untilMonday
Monday Mond At this writing it would be besuicidal besulcrdal besuicidal
suicidal for the crews and Individual Individualentries Individualntrles Individualcutries
entries to go on the river There is a astrong astrong astrong
strong wnd blowing JJid nd d the usual usualplacid usualplacid usualplacid
placid Schuylktll IB I being whipped Into Intoaa l1to8JI intoas
aa angry a 8 stream as a miniature Cape CapeHatteras Ca CaeHatteras e eHatteras
Hatteras The Theoflldal Tb officials will wait and andIf andIt andIf
If there Is any chance will run the re regatta regatta regatta ¬
gatta but under conditions at present presentit
it would be Impossible Impo tble to row a race or orkeep orkeep orkeep
keep a boat on keelCompared keeL keeLCompared keeLComparod
Compared with previous previ us Henleys to todays todays todays ¬
days regatta if held will be one of the theleast thet theleast
least t interesting Intere tJng from the small num number numPer nuinher ¬
Per of entries of any American Henley HenleyWith HenleyWith HenleyWith
With the exception of a few of the thetwelve thotwelve thetwelve
twelve events the racing will not be up upto upto upto
to the standard of last year yearOne yearOne yearOne
One of the principal reasons for the thehick the18ek theleek
hick of entries is the inclement weather weatherlast weatherlagt weatherlast
last month The club oarsmen believe believethey believethey believethey
they have not been able to have suffi sufficient BUt BUtclent suffident ¬
dent training tr J lng to enable them to make a aproper aproper aproper
proper showing against college crews crewswhich crewswhich crewswhich
which take to the wat watr r in March Mar h a amonth amonth amonth
month ahead of the clcos clcosIn clrISIn clrosIn
In the eightoared elpt d events the fallingoft falling fallingoff iamn iamnoff
off te 1 very noticeable In 1006 the first firsteights finteights firsteights
eights event brought together the Uni University Unlvenlly Univerelty ¬
versity of Pennsylvania varsity the thecrack theerad thecrank
crack New York A C eight and the theBachelors theDacbolore theBachelors
Bachelors Barge Club eight of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city The first two named rowed a dead deadheat deadheat deadbeat
heat Today none of these tho o three crews crewswill crewswill crewswill
will be Men and the first eights class claauwill cia ciaI classI
will be composed of the Harvard sec second socond sacI ¬
I I ond eight and the Malta Boat Club Clubsenior ClubI
I senior Ior eight eightPennsy
Wont Row
All tnree or the Baltimore crews en entered entered enterM ¬
tered in tne regatta have bev the course coursenearest coursene coursenearest
nearest ne re t tile fle eat bank which is the theleast Ule1988t tileleast
least aneltereo At present the wind is isblowing ISbloWIng isblowing
blowing across the course from the thenortheast thenortheast thenorthe5t
northeast which unless unle a it changes will willbe willbe willbe
be a handicap to the Baltimore crews crewsBaltimores crewsBaltimoreS crewsBaitlmores
Baltimores beat be t chance of winning winninga
a race ace J8 thought to be in the nrst nrstfouroared nrstouroarect nrsfouroared
fouroared sneila in which the Arundol Arundolfour Arundolfour Arunciolfour
four is entered This rhi crew attracted attractedattention attractedattenUon attractedattention
attention during the practice spins last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night and this morning In last years yearsHenley yearsHenley
Henley tne same me crew captured the thesecond theecond thesecond I
second tour event and they feel confi confident confident conhident ¬
dent or repeating the trick this year oor m mthe InWe mthe
the nrat nr t claaa Cl They are opposed by bythe bythe bythe
the New York A c and the University UniversityBarge UniversityBarge UniversItyBarge
Barge duo or this city elf Tho local localcrew 10ca1crew localcrew
crew has the sheltered west course and andNew andNilw andNew
New York IB In the middle middleGeorgetown middleGeorgetown middleGeorgetown
Georgetown In Middle MiddleIn
In the th Inteacholastic int holastic eightoared sightoaredevent eightoaredevent elght9atQdevent
event the Baltimore City College Col1e o is ispitted Ispitted ispitted
pitted against apln t the Central High School Schoolof
of this city and the Georgetpwn Pre Preparatory Preparatory Preparateiy ¬
paratory School The Baltimore boys boysare bo boysare > s sare
are lighter than the other two crows crowshave crowshave crowshave
have not shown up as well in practice practiceand prdCUCEand practiceand
and are ar depending on their form to tocapture tocapture tocapture
capture the event Aa 8 in the fours the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local boys have the th beat course George Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown ¬
town is in the middle middleIn middleIn
In the second four event the Arielswihi Ariels Arielswill Arlelswin
will meet the only other oth opponent in the theHarlem theHarlem theHarlem
Harlem Bowing Rowl Club of New York YorkBoth YorkBoth YorkBoth
Both of the crews are practically un unknown unknown unknown ¬
known here and each is confident of ofwinning ofwinning
winning I
Sparks from the Battery BatteryBy I
S H Johaneen local representative reprosentathof
of the Hartford Rubber Works am amOharlea and andOharles andOharles
Oharles W Bender of the Standard Ol OlCompany Oil 011Company OilCompany
Company left today for Philadelphia PhiladelphiaThere PhiladelphiaThere PhiladelphiaThere
There was much rejoicing this mornIng morn morning morning ¬
ing at the salesroom of the Pope Au Automobile Automobile Automobile ¬
tomobile Company of Washington whfcn whfcnword whcnword wlunword
word wee received that the big six sixcylinder slxcynnder sixcylinder
cylinder Oldsmobile driven < by Tom TomBerger TomBerger TornBerger
Berger had been declared the winner winnerof winnerof
of the twodays endurance endpra cQ run of oftho ofthoNorrlatGwn the thoNorriatown theNorristown
Norriatown Automobile Club with a atotal atotal atotal
total penalization of twotenths of a apoint apoint apoint
point pointThe pointThe pointThe
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The Cook A Stoddard St ddard Company ro report roPort ropcut ¬
port the aale ssJ Ie of otB8k8re1ectric Baker electric victorias victoriasto
to Mrs 1Ir B Drinkhougp p and Dr US I H HKaea HKe HKess
Kaea Ke and a Baker stanhope to Dr H HH HH HH
H Hazen HaxenThe HazenThe HazenThe
The Chase delivery wagon which went wentover wentover wontover
over the course of the recent reliability reliabilityconteat reliabilitycontest reliabilitycontat
contest and came through without any anyof anyof anyof
of its a seals ala being broken Is still run running running runfling ¬
ning about the city with the seals in intact Intact intact ¬
tact H Cornell Wilson Bro are aregiving aregivlnr aregiving
giving a number of demonstrations demonstrationswith
with this wagon wagonAn waonAn wagonAn
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An epidemic of touring Is over the
land and the onetime boulevard mo motorlflt motorIllt motorlst
torlflt now seeks enchantment on the theThe theThe theThe
The Hopkins HopkinsBlue HopkinsBlue HopkinsBlue
Blue Serge SergeSuitat j jSuit 18 00
is guaranteed perfect in every re respect respect respect ¬
spect spectHOPKINS spectHOPKINS spectHOPKINS
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Great rea t Rush for Places PlcesExpected Pl ces I IExpected IExpected
Expected at the Very VeryLast VeryLast VeryLast
Last Minute MinuteFEDERAL MinuteFEDERAL MinuteFEDERAL
Other Athletic Clubs Expected t tFollow to toFollow toFollow
Follow Y M C A in inTrial inTrial inTrial
Trial Runs RunsIn
In Washington various organizations organizationsare
are planning to follow the example o otho ot otthe oftho
tho Y 3L L C A in trial runs runsto to Laurel LaurelJust LaurelJust LaureLJust
Just now n w the roads are muddy but the theshould they theyshould theyshould
should be In prime condition after i ifew 0 0tew afew
few days of sunshine The rain will wllonly wl1lonly willonly
only serve to lay the dust as the roac roacis road roadJs roadis
is co built that it will not stay muddy muddlong muddylong muddylong
long longThe longThe longThe
The cold snap has not interfered wltlthe with withtlletralnlng withthe
the tlletralnlng training as much as was thought thoughtFew thoughtFew thoughtFew
Few athletes were on the road yester yesterday yestetaday yesterday
day but a a number of them took short shorruns shortruns shortruns
runs on Indoor tracks tracksTho tracksThe tracksThe
The athletic rivalry between b tween Washing Washington ¬
ton and Baltimore will find one of itsnatural it itnatural Its Itsnatural
natural outIets In this Marathon Ath Athletes Athletes Athletes
letes also seem to appreciate the fac facthat fact factth tactthat
that th t they will bo pitted against men merof menof menof
of their own caliber caliberI allberlOr
lOr I am something of a distance run runner runner runncr
ner said one this morning and am arcanxious an ananxious amanxious
anxious to see the game developed developedInthis li lithis in inthis
this section But I believe the way t tbuild to tobuild tobuild <
build is from the ground up and ttiaour that t thatour at atour
our own men should be given a 0 chance cbunwto c chanceto lnco lncoto
to round out Into distance runners runnersThough runnersThough runnersThough
Though there may not be any records recordbroken recordsbroken recordsbroken
broken on June 12 it should be an even evenly evenly evenly
ly matched race and there will be jusas just justas justas <
as much sport on that account accountFor accountFor accountFor
For these men to go up North am amtry and andtry andtry
try at once to run against cracks who whcare whoare whoare
are experienced at the game would b bfoolish be betooUsh befoolish <
foolish and would discourage them for foifurther forfurther forfurther
further attempts But I believe if The TheTimes TheTImes TheTunes
Times continues running this event eventfrom eventfrom eventfrom
from year to rear the time Is not far fardistant fardistant fardistant
distant when the class of sport seen seenricre seenhere seennere
here and furnished by our own men will willnot wlllnot willnot
not be far behind that at the Boston Bostonruns Bostonruns Bostonroes
runsPraises runs roesPraises runsPraises
Praises Men Entered EnteredStuart EtlteredStuart EnteredStuart
Stuart In his his hi talk to the Marathon MarathonEditor MarathonEditor MarathonEditor
Editor this morning was enthu enthuasttc enthuasttcover testic testicaver sUc sUcover
over the class of men who have already alreadysigned alreadysigned alreadysigned
signedMany signedMany signed signedManyhave
Manyhave Many have records behind them at atthe atthe atthe
the distance game Others who have havenot h havenot V Vnot
not gone in for this branch of athletics athleticshave athletlcsha athleticshave
ha have shown they have the making of oftrackmen oftrackmen oftrackmen
trackmen in them by their participation participationIn
In other branches of sport It is to be beexpected beoxpected beexpected
expected that some will have to drop dropout dropout dropout
out of the running runnln but none of the thebunch thebunch thebunch
bunch you have signed up will quit be besause because because
cause h he has a yellow streak That Is Isone Isone isone
one thing thin I am sure of from my per personal personal ¬
sonal observation of sport events in inWashington inW inWashington
W Washingtoni Washington WashingtonAVAJOR hlnton hlntonlAJOR
Yesterdays YesteI ays Results ResultsCleveland ResuluCleveland ResultsCleveland
Cleveland 4 Washington Washlngton1St WashingtonSt J JSt
St Louis 2 New York 1 1Philadelphiav 1Phlladelphi IPhil3delphia
Philadelphiav 8 Detroit A Ai 4Boston I IBoston
i Boston 6 Chicago 3 3Games 3Games 3Games
Games Today TodayWashington Toda TodaWashington TodayWashington
Washington at Cleveland ClevelandPhiladelphia ClevelandPhiladelphia ClevelandPhiladelphia
Philadelphia at Detroit DetroitNew DetroitNew DetroitNew
New York at St Louis LouisBoston LouisBoston LouisBoston
Boston at Chicago ChicagoStanding ChIcagoStanding ChicagoStanding
Standing of the Clubs ClubaW ClubsW ClubsW
W L Pet PetDetroit PetDetroit PetDetroit
Detroit 18 10 64J 64JBoston 643Boston 8 8Boston
Boston 17 IB 630 630Philadelphia 630Philadelphia iO iOPhiladelphia
Philadelphia IS l 10 615iew 615 615New 615New
New York 18 U 1 1St 198 198S1 692St
St Louis IS 18 18Chicago 444 444Chicago 44 44Chicago
Chicago 12 l 17 r 414 414Cleveland 414Clevoland 414Cleveland
Cleveland 11 17 r 393 393Washington 393WashIngton 393Washington
Washington 7 18 i 29 29NATIONAL 289NATIONAL 219NATIONAL
Yesterdays Results ResultsChicago ResultsChicago ResultsChicago
Chicago 7 Boston 0 0New oNew 0New
New York vs pitttfburg PittSburgRaJn PittSburgRaJnPhiladelphia plttnturgitainPhiladelphia Rain RainPhiladelphia
Philadelphia vs St Louis LouisRain LouisRainBrooklyn LouisRainBrooklyn Rain RainI
I Brooklyn vs s Cincinnati CIzy Cl93InnatiRain Cl93InnatiRainGames I1natlRaIn I1natlRaInGames Rain RainGames
Games Today TodayPiltsburg TodayPlttsburg TodayPittsburg
Piltsburg at New York YorkCincinnati YorkCincInnati YorkCincinnati
Cincinnati at Brooklyn BrooklynSt
St Louis at Philadelphia PhiladelphiaChicago PhiladelphiaChtcago PhiladelphiaChicago
Chicago at Boston BostonStanding B BostonStanding ston stonStanding
Standing of the Clubs ClubsPittsburg Clubsw ClubsW
W L Pet PetPlttsburg PciPittsburg
Pittsburg PittsburgChicago 11 11 621 621Chicago 21 21Chicago
Chicago ChicagoPhiladelphia 11 11 j jPhiladelphia i04
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaBrooklyn 14 11 1 1Brooklyn 518 518Brooklyn
Brooklyn BrooklynCincinnati 11 14 4Sl 481Cincinnati 4SlCincInnati
Cincinnati CincinnatiNew Ii 17 488 488New 40eNew
New York YorkSt 13 14 4h 4hSt U13 U13St
St Louis LoutsBoston 1 14 IS l8 43 43Boston 432 432Boston
Boston 11 Ii 4177
broad country roads r ads There are now nowover nowOver nowover
over 00000 motorists In this country countryMany oountry1fany countryMany
Many of them who have driven their theircars theircars theircars
cars around the four corners of their theirown theirown theirown
own and neighboring States S tat eti could not nottel nottel nottell
tel tell you the name of the winner of ofVanderbllt aVanderbilt a aVanderbilt
Vanderbilt Cup race But those tourists touriststake touriststak touriststaku
take tak thousands of roads in scores of ofkinds ofkinds ofkinds
kinds of cars and have tens of thou thousands thounds thouands ¬
sands nds of stories of pleasant motoring motoringexperiences motorIngexperioncea motoringexperiences
experiences to toll tollCharlos t6llCharlos tellCharles
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Charlos E Miller Bro Ford agents agentshave agentshave aontshave
have been advised that the two Ford Fordtmtries Fordentries Fordbntries
entries In the New YorktoSeattle YorktoSe ttle con contest contOBt contest ¬
test have been given numbers 1 3 and 2 2so 2so 2so
so that the Fords will be the first to toleave toleave toleave
leave New York which will give them thema
a decided advantage advantageLocal advantageLocal advantageLocal
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Local owners of ChalmersDetroit cars carswill carswill ar arwill
will be Interested to learn that two twoChalmersDetroit twoChalmersDotroit twoChalmersDetroit
ChalmersDetroit cars have been nomi neednated nominated nominated ¬
nated for tho Indiana trophy race to be berun berun berun
run on June 18 over the Crown Point PointLowell PointLowen PointLowell
Lowell course They will be piloted by byoxoorlenced byeXDorienced byexperienced
experienced drivers and will undoubted undoubtedly ¬
ly be right rI ht there at the finish finishLutz ftnl finishC finishLutz h hLutz
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Lutz Flstor agpnt for the Mora Moraare Moraare Mornare
are entertaining J I S Draper sales man manager manRher manager ¬
ager of the Mora Motor Car Company CompanyThe CompanyTho CompanyThe
The Mora Racytype Is attracting much muchattention muchattention mnchattention
attention In n this city cityMadetoMeasurej
15 I 5 5Your MadetoMeasurej Madetol SUITS SUITSYour Twopiece TwopieceYour TwopleceSUITS TwopieceSUITS easure easureTwoplece
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Eleven American Leaguers accordin accordinto according accordingto
to the latest returns are batting ovcthe ovc over overthe ovethe
the 300 00 mark with Carrigan the Bos Boston Boscatcher Soston
ton catcher heading the procession prooesslorTwo processionTwo
Two of Bostons kid players Speake Speakeand Speakeand
and Hooper are way up and the heweather he hot hotweather howeather
weather will show whether they ar arreal are anreal
real realtl1ds finds or only youthful mornln mornlnglories morning morningglories morniniglories
glories Owen Bush of Detroit lead leadin leadsruns leathin
in runs scored Cobb as usual has stolethe stole stolonthe stolexthe
the most bases and old Sam Crawford Crawforhas Crawfordhas Crawforthas
has made more hits than anybody els elsDetroit else elseDetroit elseDetroit <
Detroit leads in team batting and 1 1extra In Inextra ii iiextra
extra bases and St Louis in team Helding field fielding fielding
ing Washington leads l ads in double plays playFive playsFive playsFive
Five pitchers still have untarnished untarnisheifielding untarnishedfielding untarniehecfielding
fielding records CrIger and Stephenhead Stephen Stephenhead Stephenshead
head the catchers and Unglaub thfirst th the thefirst tinfirst
first basemen baSem n Williams excels on sec second secnd second
ond nd Moriarty and Elberfeld lead a athird at atthird al althird
third and Wagner at short while seven seveioutfielders sevenoutfielders severOutfielders
outfielders have not yet miscued
Batting records of men who have havplayed haveplayed hawplayed <
played seven or more games gamesAmerican gamesAmerican gamesAmerican
American League Batting BattingCarrigan BattingG
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Carrigan B 13 13Stone 39 2 1 14 1 1 33 351Stone 359 359Stone
Stone St L 17 17Speaker 70 4 25 S 1 1 35
Speaker B B24 24 24Hooper 90 15 15n 31 4 8 34 3U 3UHooper 34Hooper
Hooper B 14 14Mclntyre 47 8 16 161 1 1 3 340 340Mcintyre 544McIntyre
Mcintyre D 24 24Hemphill 53 14 33 1 6 33 337 337Hemphill 331Hemphill
Hemphill N Y 7 7Hartsel 9 1 3 1 0 0333 0333Hartsel 3 331 331Hansel
Hartsel A 20 20Chase 74 6 24 2 1 1324 1324Chase 32 32Chase
Chase N Y 12 12Crawford 47 8 15 3 3 31 319 319Crawtord 211Crawford
Crawford D 25 25Hoffman 102 15 33 2 0 31 314 314Hottman 31Hoffman
Hoffman St 21 1 1Qraham 72 12 22 1 1 3 30 304Graham m mGraham
Graham St StL L LElberfeld 1 20 3 6 0 0 30 300 300Elberteld 304Elberfeld
Elberfeld N Y V VStanage 84 t J5 155 25 1 7 29 293T 298 298Stanage 29lStanage
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Collins A 2a 2aLord 87 9 25 4 4 4281 4281Lord 28 281 281Lord
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Lajoie 94 13 Zl 1 2287 2287Lord 2 281 281LordCl
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Cree N Y 23 84 17 24 2 4 3 28 28Warhop 286 286WarhoP 284Warhop
Warhop N Y 7 1 7 7 1 2 ZOO 0 0 28 28Turner 286 286Turner SG SGTurner
Turner CI 9 32 32d 3 9 1 2 28 28Cobb 28l 28lCobb 281Cobb
Cobb D 25 95 18 27 4 14 27 27GRAY 274 274GRAY 274GRAY
GRAY W 10 11 3 3 1 0 27 27Qulnn 273 273Quinn 271Quinn
Quinn N Y 7 11 2 3 1 0 27 27Davis 273 273Davis 272Davis
Davis A 23 81 8 22 2 6 6212 6212Bush 27 27Bush 272 272Bush
Bush D 25 93 20 25 6 10 28 28Moriarity 25roriarlty 29 29Moriarity > >
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Gessler B IS 60 9 16 2 3 1 26 26Smith 267 267Smith 26Smith
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Clarke CI 19 65 7 17 1 0 26 26Niles 262 262Niles 262Nlles
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Hartzell St L 24 96 10 25 3 1 20 20Laporte 2COLaporte 2110 2110Laporte
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Easterly CI 13 35 4 9 0 0 0257 0257Rossman 23 23Rossman 257 257Rossrnan
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Stovall Cl 25 103 15 26 3 1 25 25Btahl 251 251Stahl 23iStahl
Stahl B 22 76 7 11 19 0 2 2S 2SKelly 250 250TURNED 2 2TURNED
Kelly Explains His Hurried HurrietDefeat HurriedDefeat HurriedDefeat
Defeat at Handsvbf HandsvbfBilly Hands of ofBilly f fBilly
CHICAGO May 22 221 22Hugo Hugo Ugo Kelly wh whwas who whowas whowas
was thrashed by Billy Papke In ih ihfirst the thefirst he hefirst
first round of their fight sht recently sal saltoday said saidtoday saidtoday
today he was listening to the referee referewhen refereewhen refereewhen
when Papke landed the blows that pu puhim put puthim puthint
him out outKelly outKellY outKelly
Kelly Is despondent over his hi defeatbut defeat defeatbut dercatbut
but saul he Intended to fight his way wajto wayto wayto
to the front once more moreThe morelOthe moreThe
lOthe The reason Papke put me away awaysaid awaysaId awaysaid
said Kelly Vwas was because my nw head wa waturned was wasturned wasturned
turned We had Just clluched and EddliSmith Eddie EddieSmith EddieSmith
Smith kept saying Break there break breakI
I turned my head toward Smith for an aninstant anInstant aninstant
instant and the next I knew It was all allover aUover allover
SOUTHAMPTON May 22 22ReSgle 22ReggieWalker Reggie ReggieWalker I IWalker
Walker the worlds champion sprint sprinter
er ir arrived here today from South SouthAfrica SouthAtrfca SouthAfrica
Africa and left immediately for Lost Lotilon Lostdon
don lon Mater a few ew races in London LondonWalker LondonValker LondonWalker
Walker will leave for America Am rlca where wherele wherehe I
he le hopes to take on the crack sprint syrintrs sJlrinters sprinters
ers rs in a series of matches matchesWalker matchesWalker I
Walker Is particularly anxious to toneet tomeet tomeet
meet Jimmy Rector and duplicate his hisvictory hIsvictory hisvictory
victory over him In the Olympic Olympicramea Olympicgames Olympicirames
games ramea He says ho has run 100 yards yardsin
in n 9 25 seconds three times timesWonder timesWonder timesi timesWonder
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