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12 1 < U L THE WASHINGTON WA HINGTO TIMES THURSDAY TrrrR TfltRSIAYJNE I > YHJrnE JTNE 3 1909
GREEK TO COMPETE C01PETEColkey
IN MARATHONRUN MARATHONRUNColkey MARATHON RUN RUNColkey
I
Colkey Has Record for Dis Distance Distance Disr ¬
r tance Races in Home HomeGity HomeGity HomeCity
Gity of Athens AthensENTRANTS AthensENTRANTS
4 4ENTRANTS
ENTRANTS PLEASED PLEASEDBY PLEASpIJr PLEASpIJrBY PLEEDtBY
BY TIMES PRIZES PRIZESDc1are PRIZES PRIZESDeclare P IZES IZESD
Declare D clare Medals bied s Most Acceptable AcceptableTrophies AcceptableTrophiesProvisions AcceptableTrophicsProvisons
Trophies TrophiesProvisions Provisions Made for forFollowing forFollowing forFollowing
Following Race RaceJohn RaceJohn RaceJohn
John Calkw Celk whohas who bas run the mara marathon rnr81110n msxathoi ¬
thon distance In Athens Greece and andhas andt1as andias
has ias been in I number of ofeventn events hatd by bya
a Greek rifhnlng club In Baltimore Baltimoresigned Balttmoresi 3attlnioresigied
signed si ed an entry blank for the Intercity IntercityMarathon Int IntcItYMarathon rclty rcltyMarathon
Marathon In The Times office this morn morning mCKnlng mornng ¬
ing ng
ingOolkey Oolkey has been In this country only onlytwo onlytwo onlytwo
two years Until a a month age a he has haslived hasIloed bSlived
lived at 400 Congress street Baltimore BaltimoreHe
He is s now stopping at 14W 1 143 Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaavenue Pennsylvaniaa
avenue a enue In this city H He will register In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the A A U this afternoon afternoonWhether afternoonbetber afternoonWhether
Whether his home Is decided d ed to be In InWashington InWasbington Inwasbington
Wasbington or In Baltimore he will b beligible be beel1g1ble beeligible
eligible for the TimesNews race Of Officials OCnc1als Offlclals ¬
ficials of the run will decide for which whichcity whichcity vhteacity
city he will race raceHas raceHas race1as
Has Good Record RecordColkey RecordColkey RecordColkey
Colkey as s yet Jot knows knO oaly oal7a a few f W1ing fovBnghrb W1inglis Bug Buglish
lish lis words He brought brOushtWfthfitmtte brOushtWfthfitmtteman with IHm tie tieman tteman
man who will bit his attendant on 0 June
12 to act as a interpreter He had with withhim withhm withhiii
him a number of Greek papers p pers show sjtewing sJlfnIng showlug
ing photographs photo rapbs of him and his br brethr brethrwearing ether etherwearing therweaTIng
wearing the medals he has ha won In ama ametelr amateir j jtcur
tcur marathon events which play pla aj ajprominent a aprominent aprominent
prominent part in athletics all allover alloverGreece over overGreece overGreece
Greece In Baltimore be baa competed competedvvitii competedwith competedwith
with a club of Greeks G eeks TOH i1io IO > held ruivs ruivsranging nusranging run runranging
ranging from ter miles to The full mara marathon marathon marathon
thon every month In this way he has hasbi hasbun hasbn
bi bun en kept in prime condition and andthrough andthrough andthrough
through his interpreter r he declared he hecan hean hecan
can an now do twentyfive miles with oase oaseColkey d8 uaeColkey e eColkey
Colkey produced records to show that thathe thate thathe
he e had done 26 6 miles 385 3 yarda in Greece Greecein i iIn
In three hours flat He is tall and andclean andlean andclean
clean of f limb His presence with that thatof thatOf
of Of f Shears the Newfoundland man will willend willend j
end an International flavor to the theRoth race raceBoth racePoth
Both these men enter the TimesNews TimesNewsMara TimesNewsMara TimesNewsMarahon
Mara Marahon hon with classy records from their theirown theirown I Iown
own countries and are likely to prove provefinds provefinds provefinds
finds for the distance game In this sec section section necton ¬
tion tionA A second S eOnd athlete who entered this thismorning thismorninJ thismorning
morning was Richard Mansfield of o 1210 1210Eleventh IDeEteventh fllOEleventh
Eleventh street southeast He Is a anovice a11ovke anovice
novice and will run unattached Mans1 Mans1fltld Mann YansfiE Mannitt
fltld fiE Id will say little about his training training1an traiftlngan
an ant condition and evidently hopes to tospring tospt1nJ toprtng
spring a surprise on some of the men menwho m8l1who menwho
who are better known In track athletics athleticsEntrants alhletJc8Entrants athleticsEntrants
Entrants today commended warmly warmlyThe warmlyThe warmlyTne
The Times selection lecUon of prizes prizesAs
As was expected ted the first prize a agold ag01d agold
gold medal set with a diamond met metwith metwith metwith
with general favor since it may be worn wornJ wornthe
J h > the athlete The figure flgureof of a mara marathon m1Il1honrunner maraUion ¬
thon 1honrunner runner is considered the most ap appropriate appropnate appropriate ¬
propriate trepby for the winning wtanlll team teamWill teamWill Isamwill
Will Stretch Stretch Streamer StreamerPermission StreamerPermission StreamerPermission
Permission has been granted The TheTimes TheTlmes TheTimes
Times to slretcji a large streamer streameracross s nUeameracros e nter nteracros
acros Pennsylvania avenue at the th e finish tin finishline Ish I Iline
line This will enable those < standing standingtack 1ItIuwI1n1ack staz4lngtack I
tack In the crowd to locate tee line lineEvery llneEvery lineEvery
Every effort will be made to apprise apprisethe apprisethp apprisethe
the waiting wattlft erowd of news of the theprogress theprogress
progress of the race Th The large largeseoreboandg laQes lnzgeseorebonais I
seoreboandg s oreboa ls to show sho the thePoeltlon8 thePoeltlon8cot positions positionsof
of C the men as iii they pass each livemile tlvemlleme livemileline livemileline
line me will be an oriental feat featt1e o in such suchContests webIntests
Contests 4 and should make the event eventrcore evutm0re eventnre
rcore interesting for those who wh await awaitthe awaitthe awaitthe
the finish finishTECH tnishTECH finishTECH
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TECH AND BUSINESS BUSINESSTO
TO PLAY TOMORROW TOMORROWFinal TO 10RROW 10RROWFinal
Final Clash at a Kendall Green Will WillDecide WillDecide Till TillDecide
Decide Champpion ChamppionBuslnoes Champpionship Champpionship
ship shipEusma shipBnsiness
Buslnoes and Tech will meet in the thefinal tbefinal ttefinal
final game of the high school series at atKendall atKendali atKendall
Kendall G BflBafiBfl i r w afternoon and andthe andthe andthe
the contest conte < < wilt w I decide whether or not notthe BOtthe notthe
the Business team will be this seasons seasonstitle aeI seasonsIttie ons onstitle
title winner Should Business lose loseTech 1088Iech losereh
Tech Business and Central will be tie tiefor tieCr tiefr
for first place e and ties Ue are not played playedoff playedtOft playedff
off ff in the scholastic organizatIon organisationGray olJalaUonGray organizatIonray
Gray ray for Teen and Rawilngg for forBusiness to toBusineas forBusiness
Business will be the opposing pitchers pitchersand pitchersand
and with but little > to choose between betweenTne betweenthe betweentile I
the teams a battle batt to tn the finish between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the pitchers will probably result Gray Grayis
15 tti the more ore experienced pitcher but at atthe att athe
t the he rate the Stenographer fllnger has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been going In the last two games me zns It Is Isa isa isa
a safe afe prediction that the game a1Re will HI b bclone be be101Se beclose
clone cloneMARKET closeMARKET < 101SeMARKET
MARKET NINE LOSES LOSESTO LOSESTO LOSESTO
TO ANDREWS TEAM TEAMPaper TEAMPaper TEAMPaper
Paper Company Outfit Wins One OneJiided Onesid Oneidldd
Jiided sid idldd d Game in Easy EasyFashion EasyFuhion EasyFashion
Fashion FuhionThe FashionThe
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baseball teMB t OOIfdetSted Hy 1tlet defeated the Ce Cetcr Ce1Ii Ce1Iitfr CeLter
tcr Market Ma e outftt tt to n es ywMn 4indng ing S con contpst oeatPft coott
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ciarland 3b 3bWalsh 31 1 1 I Ialh I IWalsh
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Center Market AM AMSini 4 A a IsL PO A ATotal E ESln1lnS ESniins
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Kmrnert < t tMorris 0 0 J JMorris I IMorris
Morris If f t tTotals 1 1 1 1 1Totas I ITots
Totals 3 3R I 2 5 1 I 5 5n S11042I10
R P A o 11042I10 11042I10nter t 4 2 l lnt 1nterMadHt
nt nterMadHt nter r Market I 0 10 0 0 1 0 1 1 1Earne 12 12Earned 2 2Kamert
Earned runs R J A Co I C K1 K1on M MIt LZ LZLctT
LctT It on < > n bases brt Ern H P A < > I C M MFirt MFir 0 0Fit
Firt Fir t bas be > on balls balmOff Off Weber 2 Pass Passarigjs Pa PaSfl PassBtgj
Sfl arigjs 0 Gatti 1 Inning plte pitched by bymade byf byWeber
Weber f uer 7 Pas Paanafli an 6 Gatti I TiltS HJumade TiltStuiade
made offWeber ott Weber 5 Fassan alSlSji nssfljO o 12 Oftl Oftlt Jatt
t Struck out outBy By Weber 5 5J Bftssun Bftssunt PamolJstti
t J a Gvitti 0 tti 1 Herm mns na rtueDaYi rtueDaYiF s avte avteobsse vIa vIaTobN
TobN F obsse hits hltWtober h t Weber < s arasd rl and J Mul XulaUk ul ulSitrifi
8 aUk < iifi < p hits b11 hltsR R f f A Co 4 4Stolen 4to 4R
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Tit fithtI itt < h ht r Hv R P PI8 Psssango s ango n A Unspire umptreCon UmplreCona1 Can Cana
1 a a1 < l Fipd Time of game 1 hour hourSiiAPPIRIOS hourur hourArcl
Arcl ur e eSUAPPIRIOS
SiiAPPIRIOS CHALLENGE CHALLENGETh
Th Thp st I uouli ul1lJkr likf 1k id ar arrange nTranJe IT ITrange ¬
range ifcii1 l v ii i Mil 11 teams tf teemsfom > anlS tv iTtgi iTtgifom ivigiie ivigiiefOm
fOm WXitry ab c t t sf eiiteen stpn ai it A A1 A1drs < 1 1dr 1drts
dr drts 5s Oliver OIIV Atlaa 966 D street ncTth n noYthwe4t lth lthw
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1 SIGN SIGNBLANKSTODAY BLANKS TODAY y i I
FJOTOQ BY Y RWNl TN TNHARRY cYTUDO cYTUDOHARRY
HARRY R ALLEN Potomac A C ANDREW CONROY Y M C A AT
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CELT IS FAVORITE FAVORITEFOR FAVORITEFOR FAVORITEFOR
FOR BIG HANDICAP HA DICAP
Track Is Slow and Winner WinnerGets WinnerGets WinnerGets
Gets Less Than
5000 5000GRAVBSKND 5000GRA 5000GRAVS1ND
GRAVBSKND GRA JCND RACB TRACK N Y YJuno YJuntJ Y3vnu
Juno 3 3Th The poorest field in Its his history hlstorr history ¬
tory so faras far as numbers Is concerned concernedwill con concernedwill rned rnedvill
will go to the post po t at 4 oclock this af afternoon arternoon atternoou
ternoon for the twentysecondrunning twentysecondrunningof twentysecond runnln runnlnot running runningof
of the famous Brooklyn Handicap HandicapCelt HandicapCelt HandicapCeIt
Celt who galloped gallop d homo in frojit of ofthe ofthe C Cthe
the big bl field last year and who is the thecrack thecrack thecrack
crack of the Keenebarnsince Keene itarn 111slnee since Colin Colinand Colinand Cohnand
and Ballot were shaped Sh tPfIC dt9 OSngland 3ngland P Iand is isropolitan Isthe ikthe
the oddson t tioLita tioLitareUs 6t tf A Hn HnreUs
reUs King Iamee J Inuetfk t1q 11o Met Metrop Metropohitan
ropolitan rop Utan an anronto ant44h t1satYP iiig < < To Toronto Toionto
ronto last a achoice S4UItrflej y it a it i CIHl CIHlchoice conochoice
choice
The entries weights jockeys and andodds andodds andodds
odds Icr the big race are areHorse aroHorse areFiorse
Horse Weight Jockey Tt > ckey Odds OddsCelt OddsCelt OddsCelt
Celt 127Buiwell 127 Butwchl 4 to 5 BKIng 5KIng 5King
KIng James 126 Burns urns 2 to 1 1Rdstlsouche 1i1ouche 1Roeigouche
Rdstlsouche i1ouche 114 Isugan rlugan i 3 to tok 1 1Kranik 1tank
tank k Gill 116 Scoxille r to o I IHJgli 1Hl1 IPrivate102
HJgli Prlvatett2 Prhte Butler 7 J sf to 1 lB 1B 1Birkeloy
B Birkeloy rkeioy 1M lOLBergxiOt Bergen Berg l 20 O t6 t 1 1Hlldreth 1H1ldreth
I IHIldreth
Hlldreth HIldreth entry entryThe ont1 ont1The entryThe
The The track will be slow low and the big bigrace bigra bigrace
race ra e worth in former years ears from 20 2
000 to I270M TOoG will be worth it than thanSIO
5000 SIO to the winner winnerThe wJnnCIThe winnerThe
The race ra e is the feature of the th th open openInedays open1ngdnYs pen pen1ndh
Inedays 1ndh S card can of the Brooklyn Jockey
Club and an there Is much curiosity curlosit ns to towhether towhet towhether
whether whet Olllio the Kings 1 lns county officiais will willpermit wliIpettmlt willpermit
permit oral betting as tftey t fU did Jfdat at
Belmont
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Lat LatesDo1ngs t JiI jjpgs of f Autoi Autoists Autoistsy ts tsiy
iy y H4mY HARRY WARD
i
R C Stokes Sto Stoknsas 2ias placed plac placedbiaqrdel dbllf bis qnfQr ordlji with withthe withthe withthe
the Cook ci Standard Company for a
1910 10 Cadillac CadHlaR c cR r rR
R B Caverly accompanied tce iflpanied < by John JohnRife JohnRife JohnRife
Rife of BaltimorevJir Baltimore wHl T nave ISa av V e Sunday Sundayfor SJndayfor Sbndayfor
for Jteadin R Pa PaMaryland P in the formers torme s n new newM newMaryland w wCharles
Maryland M rylnatMJrlng UMiring car carCharles i iCharles
Charles B Miller and famfcy return returned returned retnrned ¬
ed Tuesday night from a threedays threedaysautomobile tbreeda tbreedaa threedaynnatomobije
automobile a tear in Pennsylvania in a aFord at ftFord
Ford rodptr ro d tnr t MOM than 569 miles mileswtfre mIleswe
= = t 8
wtfre covfenad Mr r Miller e suited S Wdm Wdmroall6 the theroads the1oa4s
roads were ere never in better condition conditionThe conditionThe conditionThe
+
The lakgrestlBfj it restln announcement annou cement has just justbeen justb justbeen
been b n made J 8le to the effect that the Cook CookA CookStnddard
A I Stnddard Company has ben bf n ap appointed appotftted appointed ¬
pointed local agent for the TierceAr TierceArrow erceAr erceArrow ¬ I Irow
row row The first IMO 1 FierceArrow will willmake Willmake I
make its appearance in Washington Washingtonabout WaiohlngtollalNUt Waehlngtonabout
about September 1 1The 1Tbe 1 1The
1C C
The Flynn Motor Car Company age agefor ag aglor agenti agentito
for to the > Mttefcett is greatly interested in inth Inthe Inthe
th the nftws n newdthttthe iSAttJie Mitchell teholl makers have haveacquired haveaoqukefl haveaopaIred
acquired the > race track near JJ 42e 42eMItchell te teMltcloeU e eMitchell
Mitchell < factory 07 in Racine W1 Win The ThaMitchell ThoMltehetV TheMitchell
Mitchell Company Comp ay is constructing cOlttr tlnll a alaxge ae alacge
laxge e incline wit wUJa various grades on the thecourse theCOOIM thecourse
course and beratf hertter tar will do its testing testingthere testingthece testingthere
there thereR
R AKiock A < Klock manager ofthe of tile < Duaont DuaontGarage Dugont DugontGtLrace DupontGarage
Garage Company has ba returned from fromNew ttomNeW fromNew
New York where he went te t demon demonstrate dempqstrate ¬
strate a sixcylinder Lozier to topecttve a pro propectlve pred predpectlvs i
pectlve customer C1ISt The demonstration demonstrationon denongtratIonnscghren
nscghren ft gvec O on I the Iter Pat Earway way course coursoa courseon
on Lon Long Island I lRn4 and the t1 08Y oar developed developedeighty devel developedeighty
eighty miles an nllQ iiour flour r This great show showm sho shoDOYLE showDOYLEAND I
DOYLE DOYLEAND AND HOSKINSPLAY HOSKINS HOSKINSPLAY
PLAY TE TEMiss TENNIS TODAY TODAYMiss
Miss Frances Moore Is New NewGirl Newirl NewQirl
Girl irl Champjon at atChevy atChevy atChevy
Chevy Chase ChaseMb ChaseMeore
Mb Miss Fnwe Frances i Meore fe t teday 4ay the toeal toealtennte lealtennis 1 1telllll
tennte cHawfite C qkm of gfrte trIs under UIHI eighteen eighteenyo eIhleenn
yo on n of ag a ago Finale IH I this tit alBM ala w were werereached ere erereached r rreached
reached in the Chevy Cbev Cha Chase e tournament tournamsntwhich tourmptwhIch tournamentwhich
which continued yesterday and after a agood aOd agtod
good Od game awe e exiiibitioi Miss MI More de defl deteaaed dototted
totted fl l d Miss n Perin for the honor honorIn honorI honorIn
In I nearly all n of the claMevnlay claMevnlayreached classes play playrqched playreached
reached th the scmiAnala semlI and today some someof someot someof
of the best tennis tenn of the tournament tourRamenteSlHlCted te teexpected Isezpcted
expected J 4 m w was predicted by thoM thoMwho tho thowbo thosewho
who are following the tourney closely tiMelyfavorite closelyUpp elocelytp
Upp favorites will have a big margin marginwteea marginw marginvbes
wteea w die finals ft are reached Although Althoughsome AlthoughSOme Althoughsome
some slight reversals among amon the form formplayers Cormplayerw formplayers
players were experienced on o Tuesday Tuesdayyesterday Tle Tjesdsyyest day dayy
yest yesterday rdy y found fq all of the favoiVes Cavort un uner untier unt
tier er t full sail and itiow it ow seems oat t the theitoais thewill thelanla
itoais will offer conipetitidlh between the theclassiest thetalent theclassiest
classiest talent in the tournament tournamentWhat rournamelWhat tournamentWhat
What promises pro to be the best match of ofthe orthe ofthe
the afternoon is that between ConnyDoyle Conny ConnyDoyle CounyDoyle
Doyle the local crack and A L 1 Hoe HoftMn HoaOf HoekIna
Mn kIna of Philadelpbbrr Out at the club cltabthe clubthe cbbthe
the Washington man is piaked as a cer certain cerlain r rtabt ¬
lain winner bat Hosklns is s one of the thebest thebMt thebest
best in the Quaker City ty and may spring springa
a surprise The winner of this tht match matchwill matchwlU matchwill
will challenge R H Palmer the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York crack who now holds the Chevy
Chase title This match will be decided
Saturday as the feature event o ot the thetournament thelournament thetournament
tournament tournamentCHICAGO lournamentCHICAGO tournamentCIIICAOO
CHICAGO CUBS SIGN SIGNA
A COLLEGE CRACK CRACKNourse CRACKNurse CRACKN
Nurse N urse Brown Pitcher Who Beat BeatHarvard BeatHarvard BeatHarvard
Harvard Will Turn TurnProfessional TurnI TurnPrOfsionaI
Professional ProfessionalPROVIDKNCK Profe5SionaPROVIDENCEX PrOfsionaIrRovIDNC1
I PROVIDKNCK R L I June aChe thester ler lert ler lerL
L t Noun pitcher ptchoC of the Brown rown Unl Unlr
V > t r ralLy ity bftBebail baMb U team whp won a Jto2 Jto2j 3403rtory
j torjr d0r7 over Harvard at Cambridge ye yeI y ytrday 8 8i
terday Mas IUt been signed I ned by b the Chicago Chicagoteam Chlcaget1I Chicagotean
I team of the National l League LeagueKourse Loafuewr LeagueN9MLs
Kourse wr will report r9 ort within a month m l1 h
Ing ingwtth with a stock car resulted resultedintlie in the sale saleof saleor saleof
of the machine machineThe machIneTh machineThe
C
The Th Motor Sales Company has opened openeda poncda
a salesroom at 811 Seventeenth streetand street streetand 1 1and
and Is prepared to book bo k orders J for r the thewellknown theWellknq thewe1lkwn
wellknown Wellknq wn Herreshoff car Messrs Mess Rey
burn and Larcomb who ho compose comp s the thecompany thecompany be becompa
company compa ny are yvidety idety known in Washing
ton and a large measure of success Is Isassured Isuured Issneered
assured them themCharles
+ 4 4Charles
Charles J Bell president of the theipanri I
AJatfJllean Seeurlty au aiii Trust onipany ipanri ipanriIn panT
h has retn retrrned from a flip to icJeft eftsturg s6ur1
In J his hl ChalmersDetroit Chal
ersDetrolt car carM He was wasacbfflpupied as asaCWmpnJlfed
aCWmpnJlfed by Mi rIM Ben V ev JI JIV
4 4v
V D i West Teat Sr611 preiddout re id6J1t of the Automo ¬
M bile Club of Washington is spending spendingvisit spendlna
a few days in Atlantic City He will
visit vl vIsitNew lt New York before returning returningHugh returningHugh
4 4Hugh
Hugh Hugh Wallls Val I 16 a wellknown business b busln slness s srena
man of this city elt has placed his order
with the Motor Car Comp ay 11 y rr f r a 1110 1010nICyhinder
icyMnder x Tlinder Peerless Peerl ss touring ca caf c > ThIs
wiul vill make the third Peerless cr Mr 11raltls
Wallls altls has owned ownedW ownedw
+ 1 1W U
W H Rayner Rayner has bU purchased a Pope
Toledo touring car from the Poe Au
tpmdbile t ib le Company of Waahlnsftbn WaahlnsftbnAccording Was qt n nAccordlna
+ 4 4According
According to advices received rec lved by the theOQk
Cook OQk Stoddard Company two per ¬
feet scores coro in a week were CTe nmde by b
John Burns of Syracuse driylrs driylr a 2 h >
boraepower and a 42horaepower FrAnk
lln in recent automobile endurance enduranceGOES enduranceruns endtiranceruns
runs runsWORLDS
runs0RLDS WORLDS 0RLDS PENNANT PENNANTGOES PENNANTGOES
GOES UP TODAY TOOHAlso
I
Also ls Charley Murphy Will WillDistribute WinDistribute WillDistribute
Distribute ThatS ThatSTen That Ten TenThousand TenThousand TenThousand
Thousand Dollars DollarsCHICAGO DollarsCHICGO DollarsCHICAGO
CHICAGO June 3 aToday Today will be beflag belIag beMg
flag raising day at the Chicago Na National National oa oaUoRal ¬
tional Learns Park ParkThe ParkThe
The worlds championship ehafl1plon hlp flag fla which whichthe whIchthe whichthe
the Cube won last year will be b raised raisedThe raisedThe raisedThe
The star attractionwill be the presenta presentation presentI presentation ¬
tion of glfcOOS 1008 to the Cub team which whichwas whichwas whichwas
I was offered by President Murphy lurphyin lurphyinthe in inthe Inthe
the event his proteges pulled down the thethird theI thethird
third straight stral < < ht pennant A check for the theamount theamount theamount I
amount will b be given Ien to Manager ManagerChance ManagerChance r rCbance
Chance wro will divide dlvl e It Into twenty twentytwo twentytwo twentytwo
two equal part each tch player receiving
4friM The expteyors of the Cuts who whoaided whoaided whoaided
aided in winning the pennant and who whowill whowill 10110will
will not b be rewarded arePitcher are Pltc ler Coak Coateley Coakley CoakIcy
ley Kmzeaf Fraze Landgren OutnelcUr Siagle Siagleand Siagleand Siagleand
and Catcher Johnny Kling KUng was wasinvited wasInvited wasitivitetj
invited by Murphy to Join In tile cele celebration celebratlmt colebralion ¬
bration today and also to receive his hisnhfcre hisIIhttr hissiwre
nhfcre of the money Noisy olsy John de declined decllnetl tiedined ¬
dined clinedThe cllnetlThe dinedrho
The nag raising raln will be preceded by a aparade aparade aparade
parade around the grounds after the
Cubs and Phillies play playGEOgGE playGE013GE playGEORGE
GEORGE TRADED TRADEDTO >
TO YORK OUTFIT OUTFITYORK
YORK Pa June 3 3Lftty Lefty George Georgea
a outhpaw pitcher owned ont < t by Trenton Trentonand Trenlonand Trentonand
and formerly fcrm rly with the Boston Nationals Nationalswss
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MERRY BATTLE BATTIJE I OF OFCROSSED OFCROSSED QFCROSSED
CROSSED HOODOOS KOODOOSGurse
Curse on Cleveland Stronger Than Youngs Y ou g s on Na Nationals Nationals NationalsClymers ¬
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By THOMAS rHOM S S RICE
There are hoodooed place and andthere andthere
there are men who are are hoodoos hoodoosWhen hoodoosrtlena hoodoosWhen I
When rtlena a hoodoo doctor tries to drve drveaway dr dreaway e eawaJo
away the hoodoo on a place then thenconies thencomos thencomes
conies comes the tug of war warSuclt warSuch warSuch
Such was the case yesterday when whenold whenold whenold
old Dr Young who has been a hoo hoodoo hoodoo boodoo ¬
doo for Washington Valhlngton from a time timewhereof timewhereoC timewhereof
whereof the memory memor > J f mar runneth runnethnot runnethnot runnethnot
not to the contrary and rejards re ards the thewinning thewinning thewinning
winning of games here heres s an Inalien Inalienable Inalienable mallenable ¬
able right guaranteed to him under underthe underthe underthe
the Constitution and the Declaration Declarationof
of Independence undertook to exer exercise exer exercise eiorcisc ¬
cise the hoodoo which Washington Washingtonhas
has developed for the special benefit benefitof
of the Cleveland ball club Instead Insteadof
of exercising exer lslng the t e venerable doctor doctorwas doctorWaB doctorwan
was greatly exercised to keep his pins pinsfrom pinsfrom pinsfrom
from being knocked from under him himby himby himby
by the fusillade of swats tle Nation Nationals Nationals Nationala ¬
als directed at him Had he been hee l a areal areal aroal
real obeeh man and failed so misera miserably miserably iniserably ¬
bly he would ould have been torn to pieces piecesby piecesby piecesby
by an outraged constituency But Butbeing Butbeing Butbeing
being merely a grand pitcher the theCleveland theClevela theClevelaud
Cleveland Clevela d fans will probably pat him himon hImon himon
on the back and encourage him IP IPtackle o ota otackle
tackle ta kle the job again againHonors againHonor againHonors
Honors for the season betvvem betvvemWashington bete betvdmyashIngton n nWashington
Washington and Young are now even evenHe evenH evenlie
He H beat the Nationals in Cleveland Clevelandand Clevelandnnd Clevelafdnnd
nnd they the smothered him yesterday yesterdayWatch 3esterdayVatch yesterdayWatch
Watch Whe he fur fly when he goes goessalnst goesg goesgamnsttantillors i iI
salnst g gamnsttantillors lnst Cantillons ntlI1ons men the next time timethe timethe timethe I
the the Nationals go g West WastDelehantys W WestDelehan st
4 4Delehantys i
Delehantys Delehan tys contributions contribu tIo s were w e a astrikeout astrIk6out astrikeout
strikeout and three files to Hindi1 Hindi1man Hindu Hinchman Hinduman
man He would have given some somet someLg i ithing
thing t rg pretty for r r a aMt hilt hiltOf hli hliOf
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Of all the thetough tough luck which has Iftt Iftttha liitth9 Ilitthe
the Washington team teamthls this year the limit UmItas limitwas j jwas
was as that which came to pass In the theCourtl thefourth i ifourth
fourth inning yesterday when Otis OtisClymor OtisClymor OtisClymor
Clymor injured his left ankle and also alsothe alsothe alsothe
the knee In sliding to the plate The Theprotection Theprotection Theprotection
protection of that ankle which was wasbroken wasbroken wasbroken
broken In Plttsburg three years ago agowas agowas agowas
was the main object of Clymers life lifeHow UCeHow lifeHow
How badly It Is Injured will not be beknown beknown beknown
known until the xray photographs of ofit otIt ofit
it have been developed He was to tohave tohave tohave
have been taken to a hospital early this thismorning thismorning thismornIng
morning to have the photos made but butthe butthe butthe
the knee had swelled so much and andcaused andcauled andcaused
caused him such pain that Mrs Clymer Clymersaid Clmersaid Clymersaid
said she did no know when It would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be possible to move him We have al always alwnys always ¬
ways considered Clymer one of the best bestbase bestbase bestbase
base runners Washington has ever had hadAll hadAU hadAll
All the early e rly part of the present season seasonhe seasonhe seasonhe
he has been shy on sticking but re recently recently recently ¬
cently has been Improving steadily and rndhad andlund mdhad
had made m de two hits before he was in injured Injured injured ¬
jured yesterday ye terday His loss los will be greatly greatlyfelt greatbfelt greatlyfelt
felt by thosevery those very fans who were roast roastIng roastIng roasting
Ing him when he was In a aejump ejump with withthe withthe withthe
the rest of the team teamUnglaub teamUnglaublscarcely teamIJngiaub
teamC C
Unglaub Unglaublscarcely Is scarcely roady to wpJay play butj butjwill but butUl butwill
will Ul have to get Into IntoCI3mers Clymers place P lace In inright j jright
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right rightWe r rWe <
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We Ve ccrtaJnly hit off the right dope dopeas dopel dopelas
as far as the first game is concerned concernedIn
In our figuring onthe on the Cleveland clubs clubswork club clubwork clubswork
work here We Ve drew attention tp t the thefact thetact thefact
fact that the Naps are lucky to be beaUv beaUvhen alive alivewhen alivewhen
when hen in this town much less to win winWe wInVe winWe
We Ve pointed out that Lajoie has seldom seldomdelivered seldomdelivered seldomdelivered
delivered the goods here as a star starsticker starStlcker starsticker
sticker and he lived up to the mark markone markTwo markTwo
Two ft flies es to Browne one to Milan and andone andone
one to McBrlde were his contributions contributionsnot
not one of which advanced a runner runnerHe runnerHe runnerHe
He was the last man out in the first firstinning tlrstInning firstInning
inning flying to Browne when Ball was wason wason wason
on third In the third sixth and ninth ninthinnings ninthinnings ninthinnings
innings he led off We also noted that thatone thatone thatone
one Nap who always seems to take a anew anew anew
new lease on life in our beautiful city
III Bradley Bra < As a hitter Bill Is ordi ordinarily ordinarily ordinarily ¬
narily less than ti1anwhatever whatever you may maysay maysaexcept maysayexcept
say saexcept except in Washington where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he gets the reverse engllsh on that thathoodoo thathoodoo thathuoodoo
hoodoo which hleh bothers his mates He Hegot Hegot Hegot
got two clean singles to the outfield yes yesterday yesterday e5 e5terd ¬
terday terd and Bill has hardly done that thatanywhere thatanywhere thatanywhere
anywhere outside of Washington since sincethis sincethis sincethis
this city clt first won on a game from Cy
Young YoungIts YoungIts
+ 5 5Itsfun
Its Itsfun fun to watch the Naps bite at atroundhouse atroundhOJlse atroundhouse
roundhouse curves Come out outThe outThe
4 4The
The strange part about Washingtons Washingtonsperformance Washingtonspfrfornance Washingtonsperfornance
performance in beating beatingYoung Young was that thathe thathe thathe
he was as hit in every inning except exc pt the theninth theninth theninth
ninth but never more than twice In the thesame thesame thesame
same round and all the runs came In Indifferent Indifferent indifferent
different Innings The vetean was not noton notori notoil
on oil the job but he was not a lont way wayoff wayort wayoff
off and never showed anjr y signs of ofballooning oCballoonIng ofballooning
ballooning as most of our pitchers do dowhen dohen dowhen
when hen they the get to going badly Many Manya
a team has made as many hits scat scattered scattered scattered ¬
tered as widely as those of Washington Washingtonand
and has not made a run from them themWhere themhere themWhere
Where here Young got his bumps was in inthe tothe Inthe
the size of the swats It only takes OPt onslike OPtlike oVslike
like that of Brownes which hit on the theclubhouse theclubhouse theclubhouse
clubhouse porch and caromed into the thehouse th thItouse tIlehouse
house itself to send a man all around aroundthe arolndthe aroundthe
the circuit Unglaubs Un glaubs furious swIpe swipsover 8wlPGover swIpeover
over the heads of Lord and Hlnchmai HlnchmaiIn
In thn ih sixth was good for at least leastthree leastthree leastthree
three bases and many thought It ought oughtto
to have been stored as a clean homo homorun homorun homerun
run Ball mussed up the throw so much muchIn muchIn muchIn
In taking the relay that he was given giventhe ghenthe giventhe
the error Clymer cracked out a double doublein
in the second round ana scored oh ohtook ohStreets ohStreets
Streets health single In the senDth senDthteok sevthtook
took second on Brownes xsairiftce riftce and andtallied andtallied andtallied
tallied on Conroys double to left That Thatdoes TJotatdoes Thatdoes
does not sound like a recital t bf > f how howWashington howVashinJton hoWWashington
Washington won a g game but it Is The TheNationals TheNationals TheNationals
Nationals gave the most consistent per performance performance performance ¬
formance of bruising the ball with Ith man mansteed mansed mansized
steed biffs and anq bangs that it has done doneon doneon doneon
on the home grounds this year There Therewas Therewas Therewas
was pitch and nd d substance sJb tanee In every swing swingand swlnfland swingand
and more power to em emSix emSix
4 4Six
Six hits In the last five games for forCharley tOtCharley forCharley
Charley Street and he has ha butted In Infour infour
four runs Time was when the team teamwyujri t teamwvull am amvlJuW
wyujri play five games and not make makefour makfjur makefour
four runs Street and BU BI Bill Taft arc arcIts a aIts am amits
Its with the Capital fans fansThe tansThe
4 4The
The practical Illustration Tom Hughes Hoghesgave H Hughesgave sht > s siave
gave that he 4s snot not all in was H great greatand greatand greatand
and we hope It will prove to be an anabiding anabltl1nl anabiding
abiding joy jo Johnson Johns n Gray and Groom Groomwere Grool1Hre Groozjnero
were thought to be the only surepop surepoppltfhers suropopplthers surepoppithIems
pltfhers on O 1tlie lie staff Hughes was ajl ajlrjght IILright JL JLrhht
right In the spring prn but his arm linn rm was wasnt wa waJ1 waII
J1 nt t so O good ood after the season opened and andher andthe andl1e1
the < her were s stme me fears that he might nlglttbe nightIe
be K goner But It seems K em to have been beensomething beenSOmethln beennomething
something like the quadriennlal scare scareie SCRlele scaree
ie e Republicans feel about the fifth or orIxtli orixth ortixtlt
Ixtli week before they btgln to count countup countup countUI
up the majority After this wolf stor storSuminerweignt st01Summerweight storTummerweight
Suminerweignt TummerweightSullings SuminerweigntSuitings SummerweightSuiUngs
Suitings 15 20 and up upTailored upIaUored upTailored
Tailored to Order OrderFine OrderFinE OrderFine
Fine colons exclusive in weave weaveshades weRvtt Weaveiluades
shades and patterns customtailored to toyour toour toyour
your our measure m sllmre at modest prices Dont DontNEWCORN DontLe Dontle
Le a read readnuaue maU nin ninNEWCORN In InNEWCORN
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les about Hughes having reached the theend thecnd theend
end of his rope will have to be told to toSweeney toSweeney toSweeney
Sweeney for we will he too busy to lis listen IIsln usen ¬
ten ln to them until we see ho h Is no long longer ¬
er In a a major league lca ut uniform H Hu had hadall haftnil hadall
all his old control and sublime selfcon selfconfidence seltconf selfconfidence ¬
fidence f ence which have kept him In fast fastcompany Castcompany fastcompany
company when many another man who whohas whonas wluonan
has suffered ae much 1 uch with his wing wingwould wingwould wingwould
would be d julUnJ uUIng with Amos Rude In Ina Ina ina
a a ditchdigging ditch digging specialty specialtyBrowne s ecI 1ty 1tyBrowne
4 4Browse
Browne has also made six hits hii In the thelost uleJlUlt thelast
lost five games Including a homer and anda
a triple and has scored three times timesCantlllon timesI timesCantinon
I + 4 4Cantillon
Cantlllon Cantinon and otners ot11or3 In the know do donot donot donot
not believe that Detroit Intends to get getrid getrid getrid
rid of such a slugging hitter as Ross Rossman Rossman Rossman
man The opinion seems to be that thatJennings thatJennIngs thatJennings
Jennings asked waivers on Rossman Rossmanmore Rossmanmore Rossmanmore
more for the purpose of reducing the
first basemans head than with the idea ideaof IdeaoC ideaof
of making a dicker with another club clubJennings clubJennings clubJennings
Jennings has his little problems to make
Detroit a pennant winner again thisyear this thisyear thisyear
year and one of those Is the invariable invariableaccompaniment invariableaccompanIment Invariableaccompaniment
accompaniment of two or more time timechampions timechampIonsconceit timechampionsconceit
champions champIonsconceit conceit and self assurance
The players who twice land the bunting buntingevitably
Inevitably get the Idea that they are arethe arethe arethe
the only thing of their kind that ever
happened and every eel individual among
hem unconsciously unconsciouslygets gets the hunch that
If it had not been for him it would wouldnever wouldl1ver wouldnever
never have happened Then trouble be beeins bechs berhs
eins and the owners and managers find findIt findIt findit
It absolutely necessary to knock to topieces topieces topieces
pieces a supposedly sup osedly perfect organiza organization orcanlzatlon organization ¬
tion tionSuppose
4 4Suppose
Suppose Washington were to let an anoppqnent anoPPQnent anoppQnent
oppqnent come from behind and win out outa
like Boston did with Detroit Gee what whata at ata
a a howl h wl wed hear about the managerl managerHeres managerlHeres
4 4Heres
Heres the tale of ottrlunlph ottrlunlphThe triumph triumphThe tr1umphThe
The Score ScoreWASHINGTON ScoreWASHINGTON ScoreWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON AB R H PO A H
Browne If 3 1 2 4 1 0 0Conroy 0Conroy
Conroy 3b 4 0 3 3 2 2 0
Delehanty 2b 4 00 0 0 1 20 0
Donohue lb 4 0 0 7 1 0 0Milan 0Milan 0Milan
Milan cf 4 i 00 0 0 20 2 0 0
Clymer rf 21 2 1 2 10 1 0 0
Unglub rf rrw 2 1 l 1 0 0 0
McBrlde ss 3 0 1 5 3 0 0Street
Street c 3 1 2 5 2 0 I
Hughes Hughesp p 3 0 0 0 1 11 11Totals 1 1Totals
Totals 3S a 4 10 27 7 12 1 1CLEVELAND ICLEVELAND 1CLE1TBLAcD
CLEVELAND AB ABR JR H PO A B BGoode BGoode i
Goode rf 3 0 0 1 00 00Bradley O 0 0Bradle 0Bradley
Bradley Bradle 3b 3 0 2 J 2 o
Ball Ballss ss 4 0 C 1 1 1
LajoTe 2b b 4 0 j i 1 1Hinchman 1 u uHinchman UHlnchman
Hinchman cf cfC 4 0 2 4 4Stovall 1 0
lb 4 0 0 0Easterly 6 4 1
Easterly c 1 J 0 0 0Bemls 4 I 1 0 0Bemis 0Bemis
Bemis c 1 Q 0 1 0 0
Lord If 3 01 01Young 0 1 1 3 0 0 0Young 0Young
Young p 3 0 1 2 2 I I0 1Totals
Totals 30 0 6 6Washington 24 4 12 3 3Washington 3Washington
Washington 0 1100110 1 1 O 0 1 1 0 x4
Cleveland 0 0000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 00amnefi 0 0Earned QEarnl
Earned amnefi runs runsWashington Washington 3 Left on
bases basesWJlshlng Washington on4 4 Cleveland 5 First
base on balls ballsQtC Off Hughes 2 Struck out outBy outBy outBy
By Hughes 6 by b Young 3 Home run runBrowne runBrowne runBrowue
Browne Threebase hit hltUnslaub Unglaub Two Twobase Twobase Twobase
base hits hltsConroy Conroyr Hinchman Sacrifice
hits hitslirowne Browne rowne Bradley Stolen base baseConro7 baseConroT baseConro
Conro7 Wild pitch pltcbYo You g nmplres nmplresMess TimpiresMesarn TmplresMessm
Mess Messm FT Connolly and Hurst Time of ofgame otgamel ofgame1
game gamel hour and 50 minutes Attend Attendance Attendanc Attendancefi3 ¬
ance ancBARNEY ancefi3 ancefi3BARNEY 3 X3 X3MIHEY
BARNEY OLBFIELu OLBFIELuGETS OLDFlEUGETS OLDFIELDGETS
GETS lARGE OFFER OFFERWill
Will Appear in Five Races Raceson Race Raceon
on Different Tracks Tracksfr Tracksf
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LOUISVILLE Ky June 0 3It It Is said saidfl0000
noOOQ 10000 wlii be given Barney Oldfleld for forfive tor1ve forlIve
five appearances in open automobile automobilerace
race meets tp be run In widely fdely separat separated ¬
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Monday in September SeptemberHomer SeptemberHomer SeptemberHomer
Homer George secretary of the New XewOrleans NewOrleans NewOrleans
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