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12 1 THE WASHINGTON TIMES TUESDAY TrE DkY JUNE JFNEl 1 1909
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SHOWING AT AT HOME HOMEMAKES HOMEMAKES
MAKES FANS HOPE HOPEFOB HOPEFOR HOPEFORBETTER
FOB FORBETTER BETTER DAYS OAKSAilAround DAYSAllAround DAYSAllAround
AllAround Work and Bat Batting Batting Batting ¬
ting Rally Bear OutHard Out OutHard OutHard
Hard Luck Stories StoriesCHASES StoriesCHASES StoriesCHASES
CHASES PLAYING PLAYINGWORTH PLAYINGVORPH PLAYINGWORTH
WORTH THE PRICE PRICEHis
His Brainy Doings at First an anObject anObject anObject
Object Lesson es on in Good GQodBaseball GoodBaseball
1 Baseball BaseballBy
By THOMAS S RICE RICEgames RICEfrwo RICErwo
frwo games gam lOOa today heglnnfeis b ghmtln at > t 2 2Two Zpo 3p
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Two points about the Washington ballclub ball ballclub balldub
club have become clear since Its recent recentdisastrous reeentdisastroustrlp recentdisastrous
disastrous disastroustrlp trip They are that the fans fansare fansare fansare
are willing to concede that It is a bet better better better ¬
ter team than the long run of defeats defeatswould defeatswould defeatswould
would indicate indl te and the other Is that thatwith thatwith thatwith
with a fair share of the luck it can do domore domore domore
more hitting than might be thought thoughtfrom thoughtfrom thoughtfrom
from the batting averages The first firstof firstof firstof
of these points was brought out at atSaturdays atSaturdays atSaturdays
Saturdays game when although beat beaten beaten beaten ¬
en 4 to 2 the crowd was well pleased pleasedwith pleasedwith pleasedwith
with the showing of the Nationals The Thesecon Thesecon Thesecond
secon second was as driven home when Wash Washington WliSh1nston Washington ¬
ington suddenly jumped on Brockett inthe in inthe inthe
the sixth inning of the afternoon game gameyesterday gamecsterday gameesterday
yesterday and rapped him for six hits hitsand hltsand hitsand
and six runs runsWe run5We runsWe
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We went into a trance over the fact factthat factthat factthat
that Washington did d d not lose yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning
morning and won in the afternoon and andannounced andannounced andannounced
announced there mould uld probably be two twogames twogames twogames
games on W Wednesday dnesday dnWda with New York YorkAs YorkAs YorkAs
As a matter of fact Cleveland CI Yeland plays playshere playshere playshere
here tojrnerrow Wednesday WednesdayWashington WednesdayWashington ay ayWashlnston
Washington get the break in the luck luckyesterday luckyesterday I Iyesterday
yesterday and won This Is not taking takingaway takIngaway takingaway
away any of the credit for the sudden suddenstreak sudDenstreak suddenstreak
streak of hqavy hitting but rather an anexplanation antxp1anation anexplanation
explanation of why the team has not notdone notdone notdone
done better heretofore The batters battershave battersbave battershave
have been hitting bittingthee the ball straight into intofielders intofielders intofielders
fielders Hands ande or the tI e opposition m gardeners gar gardeuers gardellt <
deuers dellt rS have been l1 eft making making sensational sensationalplays s sensationalplays ris donal donalpla
plays pla s that they themselves did not ex expect expect ¬
pect Jeet That cannot go on forever and andwe andue andwe
we have bayebope hope now that the hoqdoo ho doo is istemporarily istEmporarily istemporarily
temporarily lifted For instance instanceStreets instanceStreets InstanceStreets
Streets smash to right in the t e eighth eighthinning eighthinning eighthinning
inning yesterday was as just high enough enoughand enoughaud enoughand
and wide enough to prevent Knight get getting get1lng getting
ting a hand on it and went for r two twobases twobases
bases sending 5e dlng home a run JBxaCtly the thesame thesame thesame I
same kind of a smash has ha been pulled pulleddown pulleddown
down over and over again fond nd there herehas tharehas therebas I
has been beena a double play instead of a twO twObagger twoJagger twobagger
bagger Delehantys terrific slam at atBrockett atBrockett atBrockett
Brockett in the sixth bounded off offBrocketts ot otBrocketts offBrocketts
Brocketts legs in such a position it was wasabsolutely wasabsolutely wasabsolutely
absolutely safe yet time tim after time timethose tlll1ethose t11nethose
those assaults aasa ul en thpnitnhpr U thp nltAtpfFfi11ve plgghor t have ve ca caromed caromed caromed ¬
romed from his devoted shins Into 1to to the Hiehands thehands thebands
hands of ota a waiting fielder and the batter batterhas batterhas batterhas
has been annihilated Milans betty haftyclout bettyOlout heftyclout
clout to center in the sixth bounded boundedaway boundedaay boundedaway
away from Hemphill because of the wet wetgrass wetgrasE wetgrass
grass and when hen it was returned return to Austin Aus Austin Austin ¬
tin that athlete tangled hlmssif hlm imself slr into a aknot aknot aknot
knot which made what should have
been a single a triple and sent senthome senthome senthome
home two runs Ordinarily Hemp
hill would have gotten the ball balland banand balland
and possibly a runner It came cameWashingtons cameWashingtons cameWashingtons
Washingtons way and the whole out o t tllt ¬
fit looked mighty good while it lasted lastedThis laltedThis lastedThis
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This will not be ladles day Underetand Under Understand Underrstand ¬
stand 2 2Yot ot ladles day dayThe da7lhe dayThe
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The team should have plenty of ofconfidence otconftdenee ofeonfldenee
confidence for the th doubleheader to totiay to
tiay da
daydadd r
Hal Chase is thdaddy of them all allat aUat allat
at first base this season season He is not notonly notonly notonly
only fielding1 like Ukea a scoop net as wit witness witness witness ¬
ness his splendid stop of Streets Streetsdrive StreetsdrIve Streetsdrive
drive over the bag in the fifth inning inningand innIngand innin inninand
and hitting hard but butlte he is s illustrating Illustrtting
the finer points of first base play In Ina 1na Ina
a manner that makes him well worth worththe worthr worththe
the price rice of admission Is The T beauty beautyof
of Chase r f is that he onhas onhasT onhasin has cotfidence cotfidenceIn cot I fidence fidenceIn
In his hI own throwing and in the other otherfielders othertlelders otherttelders
fielders as receivers The best play
be made yesterday wes one that missed miss missed missEd ¬
ed fire but It succeeded on Saturday
Browne singled 1n the seventh inning
Conroy sacrificed Brockett to Chase ChaseWith ChaseWith ChaseWith
With one continuous motion on get getting gettln getting ¬
tln ting the ball front Brockett CHase CHasehot CHasehot Chaseshot
shot hot it straight to Austin on second secondFortunately secondFortunatel secondFortunately
Fortunately Browne pulled up upsquarely UPsquarelY upsquarely
squarely on the bag but nine times timesout timesout timesout
out of ten a runner in likely to step
beyond the base to get a view of first firstand 1frstand firstand
and to straighten himself out for forthird forhfrd forthird
third hfrd In case of an error Had HadBrowne HadBrowne HadBrowne
Browne been six inches away that thatthrow thatthrow thatthrow
throw from Case to Austin would wouldhave wouldh wouldhave
have h ve nailed him On Saturday Milan Milanteas Mflanas Milanwas
teas as on third when wh n Street was retired retiredvia retiredvia retiredvia
via Drockett to Chase Without heel hesitating1 he81taUng heeltating ¬
tating1 the fraction of a second Chase
I NEW GEORGETOWN LEADER I
CY CY MCDONALD MCDONALDElected iJfJ iJfJElected i iElected
Elected Captain of the Blue and Gray Baseball Team TeamA At Conclusion Concl Conclusion siot of George GeorgetownForflham GeorgetownFordham GeorgetownFordham
townFordham Game Yesterday YesterdayElection YesterdayElection YesterdayElection
Election o of Cy McDonald McDonaldTo McDonaldTo
To To o Georgetown Captaincy CaptaincyPopular CaptaincyPopular CaptaincyPopular
Popular With r Students 4St Students dents
Cy McDonald is the newGeorge newGeorgetown new George Georgetown ¬
town baseball bas eb Jlcaptaln captain and will lead theBlue the theBlue theBlue
Blue and andGm Gray on the diamond next nextseason nextsea nextseason
season seasonAt sea seasonAt = < on onAt
At the conclusion of the game with withFordham withFordham IFordham
Fordham In New York yesterday which whichGeorgetown whichGeorgetown I
Georgetown lost through Tagged fieldingby fielding fieldingby fieldlnbbyS
by byS S to 4 McDonald was honored by his histeam histeam histeam
team roatesand matesandtoday mates and today the election is being be being mins ¬
ing satisfactorily greeted n ted on all sidesMcDonald sides sidesMcDonald sidesM
McDonald M < Donald is without dovbt d 1bt one of the thegreatest thegreatest thegreatest
greatest fist t sackers ever ever developed dt on onthe onth on onthe
the th hill while hl hllJlItting hitting prowess has hasnever hasneer hasnever
never ba beensurp beer nsurpassed Sed at the Blue and andGray andGray andGray
Gray instihitlon instihitlonIt
It was only yesterday y at day that another anotherevidence anqtheeYlden angtheevidence
evidence eYlden e of his ability with the willow wItlowcanto willowcame wmowcam
abilitywhen
came forcibly to light 1i ht when he hewhange hewhangeout whanged whangedout
out a four fourtlmer timer with ths thebases bases loaded loadedin
in the ninth inning Despjte the factthat fact factthat factthat
that Cy has gained a great deal of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the popularity which he b enjoys at atGeorgetown atGeor6ftLo atGeer
Georgetown Geor6ftLo Geer t own through his Is ability Itty to bat batit batIt batit
it was phi jiSt 1i1t this that obtained him the thecpt thac thectkptaIney
ctkptaIney cpt c Jney ncj of f the toom team There is no bet better betterVersed better ¬
ter terVersed versed ball player at Georgetown to today tach tod ¬
day ch d ty than tban the t rig ig fellow and with vlththe vlththeraduation the thegraduation thegraduation
graduation of all of this years veterans veteransCys veteransCys veteransCys
Cys election is only logical logicalHe logicalHe logicalHe
He captained the Central High team teamsnapped te teamsnapped m msnaPped
snapped thehallto tTl the > ia11to jail to third and id nailedMlan nailed nailedMUan nalledlWan
MUan wHO tsrltTittle o had naturally gone one up u tha thaItne thfUne thaline
line a a little Httleto to take takeadYIrntageor advantage of of any anysUght an anslight alpaUght
aUght miscue ln inthe ° f the handling pt Drstreets ptStreets t tStreets
Streets offering The ball was de delivered delivered del1vered ¬
livered so quickly that Milan wascaught was wascaught wascaught
caught flatfooted and a double play playresulted playresulted lay layresulted
resulted Thats the kind of fielding fieldingthat tleldingthat fieldingthat
that made the HItless Sox worldschampions worlds worldschampions worldgchampons
champions and which is holding the theNew theNew theNew
New York club up in the race this thisseason thl8season tiresseason
season when it was picked p cked as a dead deadsure deadsure deadsure
sure thing for seCondi secppdttd dtvisJQn < vislgrk vislgrkAfter t if iflAfter i0AIter
After getUngbJs diamond diamond cuff ft but buttons out buttons outtons
tons from Georgetown Geor etown admirers George GeorgeBrowne GEorgeBrowne GeorgeBrowne
Browne popped two easy files than thanmade thonmade thenmade
made two hits hitsHere hitsHere hitsHere
Here is what happened happenedWashington haPPtinedYashlngton happenedWashington
Washington AB R H PO 0 A E BBrowne EBrowne EBrowne
Browne If a a 1 1Conrov 2 i e p pConrov 0Conroy
Conrov 3b 3bu 3 V 1 1Delahanty 1 2 0 0Deleh 0Delehanty
Delahanty Deleh nty 2b b 4 1 1Donohue 1 0 18 18Donohue 1 0 0Donohue
Donohue Ib 4 1 1Milan 1 14 l lMilan 1than
Milan cf 41 41Clymer 4 1 1 2 f 0 8 0Clymer 8Clymer
Clymer rf 1 2 2McBride 0 1 II 1 1McBride 1McBride
McBride ss 4 1 1Street 3 1 6 0 0Street 0Street
Street c 4 0 1 g 1 O OGray 0Gray
Gray p J 4 J 6 01 01Totals 0 1 3 3Totals 1 1Totals
Totals 33 8 10 27 14 1 1New lew 1New
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New ew York AB B RJ R K PO A E ECSree Eare ECee
are rf 4 iy fl 1 3 j0 j0Bhgte t tBngt t0Bngle
Bhgte If S 0 rl 1 1 1Elboneld 8 8Elberfeld eElberfeld
Elberfeld 3b 3 0 0 4 3 3 3Hemphill I IHemphill 0 0Hemphill
Hemphill cf 3 0 0Chage e 3 i iChae e eChase
Chase lbY l lb u 3 0 0 11 11Austin UKnfght A AKnight
Knight 2 11 4 4 0 9 e i iAustin 3Austin
Austin ss 4 0 0Blair it < 2 10 1 1Blair Ai AiBlair
Blair c r 3 12 12Brockett 1 2 2 it 8 8Brockett aBrockett
Brockett p 1 2 0 0 i iChoabro 0 1 1Ch e eChosbro
Choabro Ch sQo p 1 f 0 i 0 e 1 1Ward e e0
Ward 1 00 0 0 I ITotals i 0 8 8Totals eTotals
Totals 30 1 x xBatted 4 24 E 0 0Batted 0Batted
Batted for Brockett In the seventh seventhWashington seenthWasblngion seventhWashington
Washington 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 66 g 0 2 xS x5New x xSKew 3 3New
New York0 York 0 Q 0 0 1 0 0 I 001 001Earned i 0 1 1Earned lEarned
Earned runsNew runs New York 1 Waahlng Waahlngton Washinton
ton 5 Left on bases basesWashington basesWashingtonNew Washington WashingtonNew Ii IiNew
New York 5 First base on balls ballsOtl ballsOtlGray bansOftGray OK OKGray
Gray 3 off Brockett 2 off Chesbro 1InningsrttchedBy 1 lCheabro 1Innings
Innings InningsrttchedBy tchedBY Bockett B ockett 6 byCheebro by byCheElbro
Cheabro Hits made madeOf Off Brockett Brockettof 7 7off 7 7oft
off of Chesbro 2 Struck 0i 6ut OtB tBy By Gray 2 2by
by Brockett 1 ThreebasehitMan ThreebasehitManTwobase Threebasehit ThreebasehitMilan ThreebasehitMilanTwobaS6 Milan MilanTwobase
Twobase hltMcBrlde hits McBride Blair Sacrllice Sacri Sacrifice Sacriflee ¬
flee hltsConroy hits Conroy Chase Knight Double DoubleWild DobbieplayfcBrlde DabbleplayMcBride
playfcBrlde to Delenanty Delehanty to Don Donhue Donohue
hue Wild pitch pitchBrookett Brockett Umpires UmpiresMessrs Umplr UmplrMessrs UmpiresMessrs
Messrs Hurst and Connolly Time of ofgame ofIamel ofgame1
Iamel game 1 hour and 45 minutes Attendance Attend Attendance Attendance ¬
ance 8898
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for several seasons and although the thematerial theJnlrterhrl thematerial
material which he had vas w s not of firstwt1er first ftrstwajter
wajter 1 er caliber cilllberboth both seasons seaso seasons s found fairly fairlycreditable fairlycradlt fairlycraditeble
creditable cradlt craditeble ble teams in the field with the thehefty thehefly
hefty leader always being far ahead in inevery inevery inevery
every department d partmen Anyone who has hasever haseer hasever
ever seen the new n w Georgetown captain captainwill captainwill captainwill
will admit that t1u t he Is a trifle trl e oversize oversizefor oYerslzetor oversizefor
for age his twenty years carrying with withthem withthem withthem
them about 205 2 m pounds of muscle and andbone andbone andbone
bone Despite his size Cy Is a fast fastman fastman fastman
man on the bases and contrary to ex oxpectations expectations expectations ¬
pectations Is never found at the bottom bottomof
of the list of base stealers stealersHis stealersHis stealersHis
His ability to swipe the bags comes comesfrom comesfrom comesfrom
from a precise knowledge of the dis distance distance distance ¬
tance to be taken ort first and it was wasseldom wasseldom wasseldom
seldom this seal searbn seatbnthat on that the big bh first firstsacker firstsaCker firstsacker
sacker was nailei when he once left leftthe lettthe leftthe
the Initial station for second secondFor secondFir secondFbr
For the past Several yars ars McDonald McDonaldhas lcDonaldhas
has played with the Winchester team teamof teamor teamof
of Virginia and is as well known all allover aUover allover
over that State as Ty Cobb is around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the American League circuit Every Everywhere Everywhere
where he plays its the same cry Put PutIt
It over over the fence Cy or lift it out outof outot outof
of the lot and It was very seldom seldomthat seldomthat seldomthat
that t p e > series went by without these theseurgings thcseurgfnSs theseurgings
urgings being satisfied Preferring to tocomplete tocomplete tocomplete
complete his course at the law school schoolMcDonald schoolMcDonald schoolMcDonald
McDonald has spurned several big bigleague bigleaue bigleague
league offers during the past two years yearsand yearsand ears earsand
and will doubtless at the conclusion of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his next year at school branch out Into Intofaster intofaster intofaster
faster company companyJttJMOR companyR companyR
JttJMOR R MOR R SAYS AMES AMEST AMI5GOES AME AMEE
T GO GOES E S TO TOST ST 10UIS 10UISPersonal lJIS lJISPersonal S SPersonal
Personal Difference Between Mc McGraw McGraw McGraw
Graw and Pitcher Causes CausesNEW Ca Causesthe ses sesl
l the Shift ShiftNEW Shifty ShiftNEW j
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NEW YORK June I 1AccD Acctorfrjfe dI W T o ocurrent > at atcurrent at atcurrent
current report Leon Ames the Giants Giantspitcher Giantspi Giantspitcher
pitcher pi teher IB II to be sold to the St Louis LouisCardinals LouisCardinalI LoutsCardinals
Cardinals CardinalsIt
It is I I understood that Ames and Mana Manager Manager ana anaor ¬
ger or McGraw have had personal dlffer dlffereneee dlfferen differeneoa
eneee en eN and that McGraw is not at all allsnxtous allsnxious allanxious
anxious to retain the sorreltopped sorreltoppedtwieier sorr sorrgltoppedtwiner topped toppedtwlr1er
twieier twlr1erreinahan twinerBtresnahan twieierCBfefenahaji
CBfefenahaji V la j said to have a made mad an anoK anoterto anoKarto
oK oterto r to McGraw 1 > that Is satfefacipry sat satfefa 1afi o 1jV
OT CYCLE RACES RACESABE RACESARE RACESARE
ARE WELL HANDLED UNHIDPromoters HANDLEDPromoters
Promoters Deserve Credit Creditfor Creditfor Creditfor
for Success of Big Meet Meetat
at Benning BenningMANGOLD BenningIvlANGOLD BenningMANGOLD
MANGOLD WINNER WINNEROF
OF THREE EVENTS EVENTSLocal
Local Rider and Goerke of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Share the theHonors theHonors theHonors
Honors HonorsPopularity HonorsPopularity HonorsPopularity
Popularity 0C motorcycle racing racingwhen racIngwhen racingwhen
when a good card c rd ot o events is sched scheduled scheduleJ scheduled ¬
uled and riders of note compete was wasattested wasattesttmyeetftdaJr wasattested
attested attesttmyeetftdaJr yesterday afternoon when 3000 3000people 3000pcorle 3000people
people journeyed to Benning track to towitness towitness towitness
witness a meet given by the National NationalCapital NationalCapital NationalCapital
Capital MotorCycle Club The track trackwas trackwas trackwas
was in good shape and some fast time timeTVRS timeWRa timewas
was male maleThe malerhe mae maeThe
The meet was the moat successful ever everheld everllold everheld
held here The officials were on the thejob thejob thejob
job all tho time and the different differentevents differentevents differentevents
This Thiswas Thiswas Thiswas
events were run off with dispatch
previous previousconditions previousconditions evious eviousconditions
was a a welcome change aver p
conditions when long tiresome waits waitsbetween waltsbetween waitsbetween
between events < < always cropped out outThe outThe outThe
The star rider of the day was Ed EdMangold EdMangold EdMangold
Mangold a local l cal man who won thi three threeof threeof ee eehim
of the seen events Closely pressing pressinghim
him for the honors was Walter Va Iter Goerke Goerkeof
of New York who holds several world worlds worldsrecords s srecord
record re < ordt Goerke won two events eventsThe eventsThe eventsThe I
The third event on the card a fifteen fifteenmile fiteenmile fifteenmile
mile open had nine entries and an a p pthe proved provedthe proved provedthe
the best race of the day Mangold and andGoertie andGocrte andGoerhe
Goertie each made a poor start and a the thefield thefield
field was several hundred yards inlead in the thelead theload
lead before the pair got going good goodWhen goodVhen goodWhen
When Goerke finally got into action actiouhe actiouhemade he hemade hemade
made a show of his field lapping lappingThomas lappingThomas lappingThomas
Thomas on the fourth mile He con continued continued continued ¬
tinued to lap man after man finally finallylapping finallylapln finallylapping
lapping Mangold the contender on the thetenth thetenth thetenth
tenth mile After that he had plain sail sailIng sanin sailing
Ing in coming under the wire nn easy win winner winner winner ¬
ner in 18 minutes 5 seconds secondsThomas secondsThomas secondsThomas
Thomas and Mangold had a tiuel for forsecond forscc forsecond
second scc nd honors the former finally land landing landIng landing ¬
ing the place Goerke finished f fifty fiftyi fiftySbven fty ftystven
i stven seconds ahead of Thomas Goerke GoerkeThomas GoerkeTlomas GoerkeThomas
Thomas and Mangold each e chrode rode Indian IndianmachinfeT Indianma Indianmachine
machine ma machineThe < hlnEs hlnEsThe x
The fivemil fivemild handicap for single ma machines machines machines ¬
chines proved an easy thing for Manold Man Mangold ManJotd ¬
gold old who startwl strtf > d from scratch as did didGoeikc didGOftkc
Goetke Goeikc and Knight Berryman was wasgiven wasglf wasgiven
given glf a 3 handicap han lap of 30 seconds Nach Nachman Nachman Nachman
man 45 seconds and Wells V lls FaHen and andBcall andnpaH andBeall
Bcall each one minute Wells led to the thefourth thefourth thefourth
fourth mile where Mangold caught him himwinning himwinning himwinning
winning by over 300 yards with Wellfc Wellfcsecond Well Wellselond Welibsecond
second and Knight third The time was waamlnuteIJI
6 minutes 22 seconds geoondfThe secondsThe condl condlThe
The threemile novelty noveIt race brought broughtcut hrou ht htout
cut six contestants and was as highly highlyamusing 111ghlY8m1 highly highlyamusing
amusing 8m1 ln6 The he machines were ere held at atthe atthe atthe
the taps by starters while the riders riderswere riderswerC riderswere
were placed 1X 1110 fQ yards ards in the rear At Atglpnal AtIII s3 s3signal
signal III BI the contestants contf > Itants ran to their ma machines machines machines ¬
chines mounted mount them and proceeded proceededarounjj JtOc proceededam ded dedJ1
am arounjj J1 pd the tb t J track tttte k Berryman B rryma1 won VO the thesprfjttiairalwftB theP thes
s sprfjttiairalwftB P o ttai tJamuwa8 was ftWMftriSW 1t riftv hhose aioseiy fo1lot fol follovVBd
lot loto lovVBd 10 by Furr The latter6orr latter ttoo 1foorto took tooktfec topkth J Jtit
tfec tit lead and won handily hanan la 4 minutes mlhutesfil3
8435 fil3 84 35 seconds with Thomas second secondThe slCndThe stbndThe
The only accident of the day occurred occurredduring occurreddu occurredduring
during du lns the thelfteenmlerace ftfteenmile nneen 11I1Ie race when Shea Shea4Jn Sheaon
4Jn 01 a N S U machine fell at the pad paddock paddock paddock ¬
dock gate on the fifth mile Th T > belt beltsjippeu beltSJip belts
sjippeu SJip s Ippel f fate from the machine > causing cai l n it itii ItUt ita
ii Ut a swerve erve SheA was d dragged eed ed several severalyaL sev31ala
a 1Je b bpt e r c y e mill e 1 ed e1 cu hlgt hlgt1Je vet ot
h 1 yaL yaLa Yor y oi or Hf OJ es 11fi1 11fi1nltlrow i r ra
a v very y narrow e eplawded oscri ersCe e d it aplattded itplat
plawded plat ded when he came cam back b ck to the thejudges thejud thejudges
judges jud s stand standThe stAndThe standThe
The officials of the meet were Referee RefereeWilliam RefereeWilliam RefereeWilliam
William Jo Jose judges S A WJnsorA Winsor
A V BabWne W V C Bond timer timerC timersC
C L Piemomns Howard FIsk Harry HarryWard Harryard HarryWard
Ward ard scorers E P Hagletort J T Love Lovenrlcrk LoveClerk LovecIerk
± Clerk of course Rudolph Jose umpiresR umpires
R l ftfoklin nkUn f < T PlacoJE I
LIST FOR MARATHON MARATHONNOW MARATHONNOW MARATHONNOW
NOW NUMBERS 65
Two Entries Received To Today Today
day Raise Washington WashingtonRoster WashingtonRoster VashingtonRoster
Roster to to28 to28Officials 28 28Officials 28Officials
Officials Meet at Times Of Office Office Offive ¬
fice Today r oday to Arrange ArrangeDetails ArrangeDetails ArrangeDetails
Details DetailsTwo
Two new entries for the Intercity IntercityMarathon fntercHMarathon intercityMarathon
Marathon to be held on June 12 were werereceived wererecelved werereceived
received this morning They are Ed Edwin Edwin Edwin ¬
win Guilford of the Washington Ath Athletic AthJeUe Athletie ¬
letic Association and George E Cox Coxwho Coxwbo Coxwho
who enters unattached unattachedThe
The entries from Washington now nownumbar nownumbor nownumber
number twentyeight men men while Ba Batimore BaUmore Batimore
timore already has thirtyseven men mensigned mensigned mensigned
signed Before the end of this week It Itis Itis itis
is probable that the entries from both bothcities
cities > will aggregate very nearly 10f 10frunners 10f1runners 109runners >
runners runnersThis runnersThis runnersTills
This evening at 1t 5 oclock in the office officeof officeof
of The Washington Times officials of
the run from both Baltimore and
Washington V will meet again to discuss discussplans dlscuesplans discussplans
plans for the event Judges along the thecourse theo1rse thecourse
course have h ve already been designated designatedami d slgnatednTHl
and their stations will be appointed this thisevftnlnp thisvrnln
evening vrnln Arrangements for judging
hit i ace for insuring freedom from In ¬
terference along the course and to
the start will be discussed discussedBicycles discussedBicyCles discussedBicycles
Bicycles For Attendants AttendantsOne
One provision has already been decided de decided decided ¬
cided cided upon to insure the runners runnersagainst runnersagainst runnersagainst
against interference Jntcrt rence No automobiles automobileswill
will be allowed on the course save savethose savethose
those designated by the board as officialcars official officialcars officialcars
cars Runners must have bicycle at attendants attendants ¬
tendants tEInd ants on a bicycle blc c Ie or a motorcycle motorcyclepurpose moto1cycle1
No automobiles will be aUwed all n wed for this thispurpose thisliurPOSeMost
purpose liurPOSeMost Most of the entrants have havealso havealso havealso
also failed as yet et to comply with the therequirement therequirement t trqulrement
requirement to came their attendants
This should be done at once and the theAttention
names forwarded to the Marathon edI ed
Itor or The Time
Attention is s also called to the fact
that runners must have dress suit
cases or satchels for their clothes at atjkur t
jkur Laurel i or they cannot be cared for
The Times will bring these satchels to toS
the he Washington S 0 Russian and Turkish
bath at 1329 G street where the run ¬
ners will dress
One of the runners who signed his
blank today Edwin Guilford is well
Known in scholastic athletic circles He H
won first place in the high jump at
Jast years high school meet and has
also figured in short distance runs
COM Cox Is a norvice novice but has been doing
well in training trainingThe trainIngThe trainingThe
The First Marathon MarathonSo M rathon rathonSo
So many inquiries Inqulr es have been received receivedby receivedby
by The Times asking about the name nanieMarathon nameMarathon name nameMarathon
Marathon why such a race Is so socalled socalted socalled
called and other similar questions that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some general information along these theselines theselines theselines
lines Is advisable About 2400 too years ago agoor agoor agoor
or 490 years before Christ one on Philllp Philllppides Phtlitppides
pides an Athenian soldier ran from the theplains theplains
plains of r Marathon M ratbon to the palace palaceJn Jn JnAttieny inAtbons
Attieny thena to iOto tellithe noth e king k1n ttf 0 f te e victory fl tory of
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tean lfeemeivover fr emeno ter er tilt mercenaries of
Darius History says that the runner runnerdropped runnerdropped runnerdropped
dropped dead after telling his ruler the thejoyous thejoyous he hejoyOUS
joyous tidings The city accorded himevery him himevery himevery
every civic and military honor and his hisbody hisbbdy hisevy
body was s laid In state in the capitol for forthree forthree forthree
three days Among moru the most ancient ancientMarathon ancientvleces ancientpieces
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of Attica and it w 1 Ras jjs s from there that thatPhillippides thatPhilltppides thatPhitlippides
Phillippides ran nis historic race raceagainst raceagalnst raceagainst
against time over a course that when whenmeasured whenm whenmeasured
measured m asured was found to b H 26 miles 3S5 3S5yard 38 38ardF 188yards
yard ardF The Marathon race Is one of the theoldest theldest theoldest
oldest Jon on the athletic athl tlc card but was wasal wasalmost al almost J Jmost ¬
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GEORGE E COX COXathletic COXathletic
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in which these games amEs were held was wasburied washurled
buried by the th exigencies exlgen les of war and andtime andtime andtime
time from rom before Christ 330 3 until lB lBwhen 18
when It was partially excavated and nd by
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of 2000 years or so before beforeThe beforeThe
The Race of 1896 1896The 1896The
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Loues the son of > C a peasant of Attica Atticawon Atticawon Atticawon
won He vas received by the he crown crownprince crownprince
prince on one sUe and Prince George Georgeon
on the other They escorted him to the theroyal thebox
box where the King received him himamid himamid
amid the plaudits of 50000 persons His Histime Histime
time was 2 hours 58 minutes 50 0 seconds secondsMarathon secondsMarathon secondsMarathon
Marathon running however did not notbecorre notbecome
become popular until after the London LondonMarathon LondonMarathon
Marathon in 180S though another was washeld washeld
held at Athens in 1906 and the Boston BostonMarathon Bostonhas BostonMarathon
Marathon has been run annually since sinceApril sinceApril sinceApril
April 19 1S97 It needed the victory of ofthe ofthe
the American AmericanHayesacalnst Hayes against runners runnersof
of ofroany many nations last year to Inspire the theathletes theathletes
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