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SOCIABILITY 0 RUN RUNROUTE RUNts
ROUTE EXPLAINED EXPLAINEDIts
Its ts 163 Miles From MunseY Mun Munsey Munsey
sey Building to the theFinish theFinish theFinish
Finish LineSOME Line LineSOME LineSOME
SOME TURNS NEED NEEDCAREFUL NEEDs
f CAREFUL DRIVING DRIVINGNone
None Dangerous But Speeding SpeedingMay SpeedingMay SpeedingidaY
May Cause You to Bruise BruiseLandscape BruiseLandscape BruiseLandscape
Landscape LandscapeLatest LandscapeLatest LandscapeLatest
Latest Entrants EntrantsliDCarter EntrantsSOCarter I ICO
CO liDCarter Carter Motor Car Corporation CorporntlonYalllngton CorporationWashington CorporationAVasilnjfton
AVasilnjfton Washington61George AVasilnjftoni YalllngtonGlGeoroc
i GlGeoroc 51 George A Weaver Baker Bakeri2E BakerS3E
53 i2E E H Ross Baker DokcrMG Baker53G
53 MG G G Hamner Buick DulckMHcrbcrt Buick54Herbert
MHcrbcrt 54 Herbert M I Hall Overland OverlandfS
fS O T Bench Plntt Buick DulckUaCharles BuicktinChnrles
00 UaCharles Charles B Smith Reo Boo5T ReoMII ReoH
5T MII II Murray Rco Reo58Arthur RcoGSArtl1ur
68 GSArtl1ur Arthur Mlddleton Franklin FrnnkllnroJohu Franklin5DJobu
50 roJohu John H Kennedy I cnned Stanley Stanle StanleGODr
60 GODr Dr Dr II 33 SImon Cadillac CaeUlIaeGtGeorge Cadillac01George
61 GtGeorge George I P Sacks Lozler Lozier62Harry LozlerftHarry
83 62Harry Harry M l1L Miller Thomas Thomns631UlslI Thomnao3111e
63 631UlslI Misa C S Carpenter Stoddard StoddardDayton StoddftrdDayton StoddardDayton
Dayton DaytonC4 Dayton4S
C4 4S S Jones Thomas ThomasCJtjjF ThomaNF Thomas65F
65F CJtjjF F A Godoy Cameron CameronJU CameronuJnmell CameronJOJames
uJnmell JU Jnmcs M II Place Buick BuickO7 BuickOiDr BuickWIr
O7 OiDr Dr I D > Percy Il Hlckllns ckling Bmab Dnl b btJ bf11
f11 68 tJ J Nelson Overland OverlandAdditional OcrlnndAdditional OverlandAdditional
Additional Prizes PrizesLester PrizesLe PrizesLester
Le Lester ter D Moore Jr rubber rain rainKhirt rainIIldrt rainshirt
shirt KhirtNational IIldrtNatlonnl shirtNational
National Sporting Good and Auto AutoApparel Autopparcl AutoApparel
Apparel Company auto duaterrhe dusterThe duster dusterTbc
The Campbell Company can Clean CleanHand CleanJJand Cleanhand
Hand Powder to every ecr contestant contestantSidney coateHtJlntSldne contest int intSidney
Sidney Sldne Itelzennteln milking tick ntlckThe stickTic ticklte
The Shoomakcr Company bottle bottleShoo bottle4Shoo bottleShoo
Shoo rye ryeContinued ryeCo ryeContinaod
< Continued Co tI lfrQJ11FJrst from First3 F1rstdya F1rstdyatown > agfeJ agfeJtown q qtow
town tow At the Aqueduct Aqued et bridge tho the as asphalt asphalt asphalt ¬
phalt pavement MtVeme f will ill l beleft liei left ft bahihd behindIiarq bahihdHer
Iiarq Her the cds c rs pstrill will set et en theCanal theCanaljroad1 the Canal Canalzoad Can ad adxoad
jroad1 but J 1o oLnot not make the mistakeof mistakeoftrfttlngr ml misttike hik Qt QtbttUrlgupY ofbltting
trfttlngr bttUrlgupY up up your yosr twentymile schedule sChedUle at atthis atthis atthis
this pointConcerning point pointConcerning pointConcerning
Concerning Speed Limits LimitsThe LimitsThe LimitsThe
The twelvemileanhour limit prevails prevailsuntil prevailsuntil prevailsuntil
until you reach the beginning of theConduit the theConduit theConduit
Conduit road at top of the hill from fromthe fr fromthe m mthe
the Canal road A large sign at theright the theright therIght
right Biros gl os authority to begin the thetwentymile thetv thetwentymile
twentymile tv ntymfle gait This sign Js 81 miles milesfrom milestrom milesfrom
from the Munsey building A short dis distance distance dinlance ¬
tance beyond is the reservoir turn and andcare l acidcare 1cl 1clcare
care should be taken In negotiating this thiscurve t thiscurve l8 l8curve
curve curveThe curveThe curveThe
The District line is six miles from the thestarting thestarting thestarting
starting point Glen Echo 86 1 miles milesCabin mneCabin milesCabin
Cabin John bridge 96 t miles milesThere mUeaThere milesThere
There Is a very bad spot 107 miles out outCrossing outCrossing
Crossing CroB lng a small bridge the road makes makesan
an abrupt turn to the left and then to tothe tothe tothe
the right Take heed here or you ou will willbruise wIllbruLe willbruise
bruise the landscape landscapeThe 1andseapeThe landscapeThe
The Anglers clubhouse is 188 miles milesHere milesHere milesHere
Here the macadam anus and the balance bal balance balance ¬
ance of the Journey Is over a dirt road roadthat roadthat roadthat
that is in fair condition From this thispoint thispoint thispoint
point on the contestants should drive drivewith drivewith drivewith
with caution as there are several bad badturns badturns badturns
turns turnsThe turnsThe turnsThe
The finish will be at the outer gate gatewhich Gtewh1ch gatewhich
which marks the official end of the theConduit thoConduit theConduit
Conduit road The referee judges am amtuners amtimers aril ariltimers
timers will be stationed there and after afterchecking aftercheck1ng afterchecking
checking la the contestants conte tants should eOn continue eOntlnue eontinnc ¬
tinue to the t e hotel a few yards betOndDlnnet beyondDinner beyond beyondDinner
Dinner consisting eonsl Ung of fish chicken and andsalads andla andaaiads
salads la r not forgetting the hot W b btsetiks btsetiksfor edtUl edtUltor irlU irlUtor
tor which the place is famous will be beserved b berved beserved
served at 76 cents if you crave food foodDont foodDOBt foodDont
Dont forget your Maryland numbers numbersfor numbersfor
for Officer Jackson will 111 b be on the trail trailSaturday trailSaturcl8y trailSaturday
Saturday patronng the highway on a amotorcycle umotoreyele a amotorcycle
motorcycle motorcycleReport motoreyeleRe motorcycleReport
Report Re oit 1230 P M Saturday SaturdayContestants SaturdayConteatants SaturdayContestants
Contestants are requested rcquo ted to report at atl13Gocloek
1290 l13Gocloek oclock altarpitl sbjarna s1larD U Jfcuisey dtlseybuild dtlseybuildlag ey build building bullding ¬
ing on Saturday la order to get their theirpennants theirpennant theirpennants
pennants and entry npm numbers rs The first firstcar ftrstcar firstcar
car will be sect away at 1 oclock and andthe aitdttte andthe
the others at oneminute Intervals Theterms The Theterms 1heterms
terms of the tberun run necessitate nece eltate alldrivers alldriversvatchlngvtbair all drivers driverswatchingtbelr
vatchlngvtbair watcl ngtbelr speedometers closely clo ely as asthe asthe asthe
the par which deh comes me nearest neare t the deal 4dealSherman Jdealtourl dealtour
tourl tour tlme sat by Vice President PresidentShi PresidentShetoaa
Shi Sherman r an will UI Be the winner This time timewill timewill timewilt
will not be known 4o anyone until after afterall atterall afterall
all the cars have ba ve crossed the finish finih1Ine finishline finishline
line lineAs
As th tM start rt of the run will undoubt undoubtedly undoubtedly undoubtedly ¬
edly attract attrafta a large number of people peoplecaptain peopleCaptajn peopletaptaln
captain Boardmaa Board acting Major and andSuperintendent andSuperintendent andSuperintendent
Superintendent of Police has ba promised promisedto
to have a big bi detail of policemen tv tvkeep tNkfep t tkeep
keep the crowds crow in check checkThe cheekThe checkThe
The electric contingent is growing
the three Woods entries having been beensupplemented b bEupplonentQCI beensupplemented
supplemented by the entry of two Baker Bakerelectric Bakerelectrte Bakerelectric
electric
Celebration at at National NationalAs
As a continuation of the sociability sociabilityidea sociabilityIdea oc1ablUtyidea
idea arrangements have been madewith made madewith madeith
with ith the National Theater to make Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday evening evenln Sociability Night at atthat atthat atthat
that playhouse tlaylKMt e The Times will entertain enter entertain entertain ¬
tain there all the prize winners who whowill who1II whosill
will sill 1II be given Stv an opportunity to witness witnessthe witnewTHE wltnewit
the t he performaM ormasee or It JIapened 1a paned In InordlaAcl1ty inNord
Nord ordlaAcl1ty by the e Abont Opera Com Company Company
pany panyTHE
THE T E BOX SCORE OF OFYESTERDAYS OFYESTERDAYS
1 YESTERDAYS YESTERDAYS CAME CAMEftonohue GAiUEw GAMEwaehingtes
waehingtes w on AD R It Ii PO A EBrowse E EBrow
Brow Browse If 4 1 1 S 0 0lonroy aonrey
lonroy Ji 4 S 1 1 1Delehanty I IDelehattty
Delehanty 2b b I I 1 2 2Donohu 2Donohue
ftonohue > lb lbMilan 4 1 t fl flMiJGI 3 1 I IMitan
Milan cf cfI 1 14 14tndaub 1 4 I I ICngiaub
I nciaub rf rfXcBrtde j S 1 J JIcBrlde I IMcBride
McBride XcBrtdeStreet If cc I Istreet I 8 e estreet
Street c cJohnson I 81 8 1 1i 4 6 6JOtMOU 0JOhnsou
Johnson p pTotal It 3 11 I 1 t tTotalB 1 1T
T 1 1Totals
Totals TotalBDetroit > r t I 311 1 1Detroit
Detroit AB 11 Jd JlPO Po A Eo Eoidnt EMcIntyre
McIntyre idnt re If 4 e I IBu 1 I IBush
Bu Bush u 4 1 1 1 I 1 1Craford 1Crawford
Craford cf 4 I J 1 1Co1J I I ICobb
Crawford 1
Co1J Cobb rf t I 1 1Mortarty 1 1 1Moriarty
Mortarty Ib 4 I 1 If ft ftOLeary IOLeary
OLeary 3b a S 1 1haef 1Schaefer
Schaefer haef r b a I 1 1 1UIIer 4 1 1Klllifer
Klllifer UIIer ° 2b b J JWlUetts I S S Sstanage
J1
stanage c 1 1 S S3
WlUetts p Ie 3 I IJ 4 4Joses
Joses J o s 1 1 I 1 1Totals 8 8Iiotal
Total 8i L LBatted 11 1 1Batted 9 11 11Blltted E Efor
Batted for OLeary In ninth niathWahington ninthWashington ninUiW
W Washington hinston 9tftltll I S to l0 1 1 xt xtDetroit x xDetroit 2 2Detroit
Detroit 6 eeiO Q 1 0 to o e ei eiFpraed 1Baraed j jBstroed
Bstroed runsWaskington rune JUD6vatn Wartlngtoo toa 1 Left OB OBbaeos Oilba onbasesWashington
baeos ba basesWashington osWa Washington htngton Jj I i Detroit i mm Firltbase mmletiB JMnJtbae
base on balli1Otr Jona Johseon otr Wlt Wlt1eu wuletu
letiB 1eu 1 Struck out outBy By Johnson 8 by byWillette byWIIIEUf byWlietts
Willette 2 Twobase hit hits Unglaub UnglaubKrown Unglaubliro Lnglaubbrown
brown liro < Crawford 2 Schaefer Sacrifice SarrlflrehitMilan Sarlncehit SacrificehitMilan
hitMilan hit Milan Paused ball hallStreet Street Double LoubeplavtVilletts Doublepla lJoubeoJla1
plavtVilletts pla Jla1 WiiUtts llf ttM to Sthapfer hapfer to Moriarty MoriartyUnipJifB MoriartyU MoriartyimpnvveMessrs
UnipJifB U pJlrlMf58rf M Borp Egan an and 1 SheridanTiinr Sheridan SheridanTiw Shfrhlanrlmf
Tiw oJ > f ganif gamei 1 hour and > minutes mlnul minutesattendasc < s sA
tteadiUki A e1187 > Ja
L J MOST DANGEROUS TURN ON SOCIABILITY SOC S IITY RUN
RAYMOND GETS QETSTIP TIP I IAND 1 1AND
1i
In I III I 111 ULIO ill illEccentric
AND GIANTS CASH IN INEccentric I IEccentric i
Eccentric Twirler Passes PassesAround PassesAround PassesAround
Around the Word and andThey andThey andThey
They Reap ProfitGINCLNNATI Profit ProfitCINCINNATI ProfitCLCL
CINCINNATI CLCL NATI June 15 16Bu 16Bugs Bugs Ray Raymond Ra Ramond Raymond ¬
mond was as scouting yesterday and got guttwo gottwo gettwo
two tipson tips 011 the days card at Latonia LatonlaAs LatoniaAs
As a result the Giants are collectively collectivelymany collectivelymany collectivelymany
many hard dollars to the good goodBugs goodBuGS goodBugs
Bugs rushed into the Uavlin Hotel Hoteljust Hoteljust Hoteljust
just before noon and told his fellow fellowathletes tallowathletes fellowathletes
athletes that Placide In the first raceand race raceand raceand
and Fereno in the second were wereplp plpfcs plpfcsHe PiPCLHe < 1 1He >
He proposed a pool and almost every everyGiant everyGla everyGiant
Giant Gla t got into it All went over to the thetrack thetrack thetrack
track in the afternoon to see ee the Bugs Bugshunch Bugshunch Bugshunch
hunch work workPlacide workPlaclde workPlacide
Placide was 15 to 1 and won in Inlrive indrive a adrive
drive and Fereno was the winr winner er r in inthe intho inthe
the second carrying the Giants money moneyat
at S tc 1 The team left for Smoke Smoketpwn Smoketqwn SmoketQwn
tqwn in the evening and Bugs wanted wantedto
to hire a special train for the journey
BROWNES FLEETNESS FLEETNESSEQUAL FLEETNESSEQUAL
FLEETNESSRUN
EQUAL TO HOME RUN RUNt RUNNoOtherW
No NoOtherW 1 l0 Other Was Washington in t on Player Could Have Scored on onBushs onBushs
Bushs Error ErrorAn An Elucidation of TwoPoints Two TwoPoints TwoPoints
Points in Scoring ScoringBy
r
By THOMAS S RICE I
George G e Browne BroJmed08lil do a not have to re refuse refusq refusq ¬
fusq to Ywear wear t1 tights hts to let the public publicknow publlcknow publicknow
know he Is playing a a part in the na national national natlonal ¬
tional game On the contrary contraOand and on onthe onUte onthe
the bases baseeGeorge George is already a star and andany andany andany
any manager who would drive him out outof outof outof
of the limelight would be fooish If IfBrowne IfBrowne IfBrowne
Browne wore tights he could not havo haveplayed havop1aed havoplayed
played his part as a baserenner better betterthan betterthan betterthan
than he did when he scored the run runthat runthat runthat
that beat the Detroit Tigers In the last lastgame lastgame lastgame
game and made It three out of four fourfor fourlor fourfor
for Washington WashingtonThe ashlnrtonThe
The exhibition he gave in getting gettingfrom gettlHgfrom gettingfrom
from second base to the plate in the theeighth theeighth theeighth
eighth inning Innln wa was the best the writer writerover writeroer writerover
over remembered seeing In Washington WashingtonBrowne WashingtonBrowne ra hington hingtonBrowne
Browne was on second with one out as asthe asthe asthe
the result of his double Conroy had hadfiled hadfUed hadfiled
filed Irultlesely trultlo eJy to Cobb and anc Dejehanty Dejehantyhad Deebantbad
had walked Donohue drove dro to Bush Bushnear BtHlhnear Bushnear
near second ond It was a fairly t lrlY hard blow blowthat blowthat blowthat
that traveled with considerable coJ slderable speed speedbut speedbut speedbut
but Buh got in n front of it creating the thehardest thehardest thehardest
hardest possible position po tUon from which a ashortstop ashortstop ashortstop
shortstop can act quickly quicklyIn
In his anxiety Bush knocked the ball blldown tkoJldown balldown
down booted It for a a fraction of a secend sec second second ¬
ond recovered shot the leather to the theplate thep1ate theplate
plate and an failedto failed to set Browne by a afraction afraction afraction
fraction law 1e8 than an inch So fast dd ddBrowne d dBrowne d dBrowne
Browne get around that the fans hardly hard hardly hartlly ¬
ly realized what he h > was doing and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when he finally crossed the pan the feat featwas featwas featwas
was so remarkable r m rkable many of the specta spectators sPectators spectators ¬
tors thought Egan had erred in calling callinghim eallinghim callinghim
him safe Iofa As S a matter m ttor of fact Egan Eganwas Eg1Lnwas Eganwas
was right on one of the closest ami amicleanest anlc1eanHt anricleanest
cleanest decisions decl lonll Imaginable In look looking lookin lookmg ¬
ing in over Brownes batting average and andfiguring an anfiguring andfiguring
figuring his hl usefulness u fulne s to the team teamdont teamdont ean eandont
dont forget that here is a game lit litwon b bwon liewon
won on bill own hook just as declsive declsiveIv
Iv and just as 8 sensationally sensationallyhad as if he hehad hebad
had slapped the horsehide over thefence th thfence the thefenee
fence for a homor It is not likely Ukel that thatany th thatany t tany
any other man In the American AmerlcanLeatue AmerlcanLeatuecould Lcag League Leaguecould e ecould
could have turned the trick and 1 1ftpetnU8 his hisfleet id idfleetness
fleetness fleet ne of foot represents rcpr tIJ Just ju t t that thatmuch thdtyuuck t tmuch
much of an as asset assetCrawford et etCrawford
Crawford Crawf rd made five hlt hits In the four fourgames tourpanes fourgames I
games among them thre doubles and anddrove anddrove anddrove
drove in two runs Cobb made three threesingle threesingles I Islngl
single drove n no nlNt run and stele ole t no nobase noDasetJ nobases
base Cobb wan walked four times timesand thDOand timesand
and three of the passes S wr Inten Intentional Int8RUona1 lnteutional ¬
tional tionalFor Uona1For tionalFor
+
For the love of goodness II lets let get a acouple 11eouJlle acouple
couple of points in the scoring rules rulesstraightened rulesstraightened I
straightened out In the first place thehiI5 the theffl I
ffl nil rubs as amended amend d at the th > uuggajtii uuggajtiief UgtS UgtSeC
ef the mjor m jor league scorers provide providethat providethat
that a panned pa ed ball or 0 a wild pitch un unless unless ¬ I II
less I suh wildpitch will pitch or passed ball IJt beu I I9B
> oa > u the third strike ke and ajlow l the batr btiterto Ito
to reach Itnte ttrs t e shall not be Include 1 1Ins
IK the sixth terror cofunn colun u So 5 reads readssection readseetlon readssection I
section S of Kile Ie 86 on p page ge 581 of ofReachs oCReach ofRoachs
Reach Official American League LeagueQuWe L8Ia LeagueGuide f fGuide
Guide Scoring ktaring from third or or any other otherbase otherlta otherbase
base lta e on a wild pitch to not charged as an anerror anerror anerror
error but b t as a sea R w W1l ila iff pitch WhanStreet WhanStreetM Whoa Vh nStr Street StreetIt l
M 1 It l Johnsons Urrinc hoot hoottbst that footed faoleclMortartygat footedMoriarty rxetlMorlrty
Moriarty Mortartygat get by him In the third inning inningyesteulay 11 coningyesterday tfng tfngY
yesterday Y lClay a and ltd Bt BLsh th h crossed e Oued the th platetreat plate plateStreet lIlte lIltetilJC4t
Street > treat ws w e ciartwl ci arced ttd with 01 ptuNMdb pa passed passednot tted b > > r rnot I I IRift
not with n error pr ercr i If It had been thrthird ths thsthird h I Itblra
third strike and Moriarty had reached reachedflrst reacheddt 1 1ftrst
flrst dt st It would have been an on error errbr for forStvftH COlSH forSl
StvftH SH Sl + et t and ud wcJld h have a vs V appearedtn api PIftlred eared in th thsummary the thesummary
summary mlllAry is + s such and not a as a pate3 paare3bail pate3ball vau1bAil
bAil F fetes ea i try to get that throughyour through throughyour
your 01 r nut hutIt nutIt I IIt
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It would have hav been bee genuine bard lack lackfor hicktor luckfor
for a catcher like Itk Street to threw away awaysuch awaysuch way wayJIUeb
such a game by one fJt f hie hJ h few miscues mfocuwof
of th the season seasonHere aeaHnHere seasonHere
+ C
Here te another point is t scoring that thatit thatit
it not generally understood understoodThe undeutoodThe understoodThe
The old star star plays play with with which we wewere w wewere e ew
w were so familiar have fatten into die disuse dlalu dieuse ¬
use u e for a variety vArlet l of reason one ofwhich of ofwhich ofwhich
which was that they were a nuisance in intelegraphing Intelesraph1nr hitelegraphing
telegraphing the box scores around the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country Section 1 of rule 85 page a 578 578of a78of 11 11of
of Reachs Official American League LeagueGtitde LGagueGuide League LeagueGuide
Guide reads In part partIn partIn partIn
In nHf mf of HIP t hI runner hMn aping c > < ing declared declaredVut cleclaredfor
rut for intiTferrncf < f running out ofline of ofln oror
line ln < or on an inflpl infi M ft I > tlc t1 out llt shoulll should
lop l f tpilitefl tc t HIP iliiei i In l er > 1 wl viu IJ would wouldhave wouldJ8Ae wouldhave
have J8Ae m md de Ue tit i Iia l > out for 4Jr the action
FINISH LINE LINEThis LINEThis LINEThis
This is 163 Miles From Munsey Building
of the runnee ottatho oitthoannpua ol tkannounomttt omact ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the umpire umpireThat umpireThat umpireThat
That Is Isdead dead dasy asjfj osyopenand openiTand open and shut buttliousdnds b but butthousands t ttltouseCnds
thousands of fans do d not get it right rightWith rightVlth rightWith
With McBride on first in the second secondinning secondInning secondinning
inning yesterday Street hit the ball toWillette to teWllletts toVtuetts
Wllletts The pitcher fielded it rapidly rapidlyfto rapidlyto
fto to Schaefer at second forcing Mc AleBride McBride McPride
Bride Schaefer had a chance to get geta
a slow runner like Street by a mile if ifhe Ifhe ifhe I
he could have thrown to Moriarty butMcBride but butMcBrkle I IMcBride
McBride interfered htt ll ted with his throwThe throw throwThe I
The player who would have made the theplay theplay theplay
play in Inthls this case was Moriarty whowould who i iwould j
would have received the throw from fromSchaefer fromSchaefer I ISchaefer
Schaefer therefore the proper way to toscore toscore i iMore
score the proceedings was a double playWilletts play playWflletls I
Wflletls Vmett to Schaefer Schaefer to Mor Moriarty Morl Her Hertarty ¬
iarty iartyIn l tartyIn rty rtyIn
In the third td inning ln inninEvtli h wHh Cobb on secono sec second ee eeon ¬
ono on andCrawford and Crawford on third Johnsons Johnsonsquick JohnNnsquick Johnsonsquick
quick throw thr w to McBride found Cobbnapping Cobb Cobbnapping Cobbnapping
napping off second Crawford naturallytried naturally naturallytried naturallytried
tried toscore to seore but butl McBride headed him himOK himon himof
of OK with a a throw throwto tbr w to Street at the plate plateMcBrlde platelcBride plateMcBride
McBride then ran ran n up and got between betweenCrawford betweenCrawford I
Crawford Crawt < lrd and third Crawford waa waahounded waahounded washounded
hounded almost to a standstill andStreets and andStreets I
Streets easy easytoss toss to McBride would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have e eauelehed uelehed him without a chancefor chance chancefor chancefor
for his white hite alley but Crawford inter interfered interfered ¬
fered with Streetsthrow Streets t mw The player playerwho playerwho playerwho
who would woul have hav made the play was wasMcBride wasMcBride wasMcBride
McBride and he gets g tSthB the out That play playshould playshould playshould
should have been scored Johnson toStreet to toStreet toStreet
Street to McBride for the second half halfof halfof halfof
of section 7 of lrulaso rule Sd 6 says An assist assistshould aS81 assistshould t tshould
should bv given to t each player who whohandles whohanrlles whohandles
handles the ball in ailing aUln in a runout runoutor runoutor
or any ether play of the kind except exceptthe exeepttbe exceptthe
the one who completes lewho if who in thisplay this thisplay thisplay
play was wasMcBHdei ° lcBri98 and who gets credit creditfor creditfor creditfor
for an oqt otrUt but nojfprhis np 9 fprhIs r rhls assist assistNotice a astNotice tst tstNotl
Notice Notl Donohues Donohucahltting hitting these days daysWe daysWe daysWe
We have always maintained that thatWashington thatuhlnston thatWashington
Washington fans get more of a run fortheir for fortheir tortheir
their money m ey in the way of freak plays playsthar playthar playsthan
thar any others In the country They Theymay Theymay Theymay
may not see eo the home team win as often oftenas
as they would like but they will see a alot alot alot
lot Of baseball ba baU History 1t1 tory made if they are areregular arereguttr areregular
regular attendants at the games here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The rule we have just Quoted about the thepitcHer theplte thepitcher
pitcHer plte er or the catcher getting an error erroron erroron errorOn
on a wild pitch or a passed tiMed ball wh when whenIt n nIt
It occur in the case C HB of a third strikewag strike strikei
i was a8 due to the fact that both of thoseextr6mely those thoseextremely
extremely extr ly rare r re incidents took plate pla < e in inlone hione I
lone one g Kftme m ms in this city with Cleveland Clevelandlast
last year le r rlt gave the scare such a aridiculous artdteuloue aridiculous
ridiculous appearance appearance to say uy that a run runner runner ¬ I
ner reached first on a wild pitch or orpassed
passed ball that the Writers Asuocia Asuociaerror Aseociatton I
tlon had the rule changed to make It an anerror anerror
error the defect being impressed upon upontheir upontheir
their minds by b the peculiar pee uuar coincidence coincidencein e
in Washington The two bits or interference inter interference fntfrference ¬ j
ference one hjr each teem yesterday yesterdaywere ye yesterdaywere terda terdaere
were ere another ano her curiosity curlo tty We Ve cannot < re recall retlIofIh8Jtd recall ¬
call tlIofIh8Jtd offhand an instance In the whole of oflast oflast oflast
last 8 season a mwlicn when a man was out for forInterfering forItrterl forinterferingg
Interfering Itrterl s with a throw throwJn In the Capital Capitalton
It hi a veryunuanal very unuAnal play but 1Vasldn 1Vasldnton Vtlshlng
ton got a double dose o e of it In the same samegame samepme same samegame
game In consecutive innings and in incritical Incrltfcal incritical
critical situations You get your yourmoneys yourmoneys yourmoneys
moneys worth here one way or another anotherBob anotherBob anotherBob
Bob Ounley Is a better center fielder fielderthan fielderthan fielderthan
than left fielder ti lder He has ha covered coveredMack coverNlmore coveredmore
more ground In the middle garden for forMak forMack
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CINCINNATI June 16 161Ianager Manager Mur Hueray Murray MurrQ ¬
ray and the Philadelphia ball club cl b are arein areIn arein
in Cincinnati today and warn other otherclubs otherclubB otherclubs
clubs to watch the heavyhitting Pirates Pirateswith Plraty1tb Pirateswith
with 1tb vigilance The Phillies say that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there are indications that the Pittsburg Pittsburgbatting PIttsburgbatting Pittsburgbatting
batting Is not on the level levelA levelA levelA
A Quaker player who for obvious rea reasons realIOns reaeons ¬
sons would ould not permit the use of his hisname hisname hisname
name said saidThe saidThe Jd JdThe
The way wa the Pirates are hitting the
ball Is to say the least suspicious You Youremember Your Youremember
remember r some years ago when hen Chief
Zimmer was discovered dl covrned by Tom Cor Corcoran Corcoran Corcoran ¬
coran then of the Rtds behind a board
fence In center field wigwagging wl wa inl th the
Reds battery signals Slgn9 to the Pirates rates I
believe that the same sort of thing Is s
being worked again Of course I am amnot amnot amnot
not making any specific charges but I
have tipped off the Giants and they will 111
do a little scouting while in Smoke Smokftown
town townMack townMack 1 1Maek
Mack no longer worries about his
catchers Hethinks Ho thinks he has two com
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PITTSBURG June 18 liJames James J Jef Jeffries Jeftrl88 Jeffries ¬
fries is J gradually rounding into form formand COllInand formand
and will whip Jack Johnson If the pair pairever pallever pairever
ever meet in the squared circle circleThis circleThis circleThis
This today is I the consensus of opinion opinionof
of Pittsburg sporting writers who last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night saw the big alfalfa farmer spar sparsix sparaix sparsix
six exhibition rounds with Sam Bergcr BergerJeffs BergcrJefts BergcrJeffs
Jeffs exhibition with his manager and andsparring andsparrtng andsparring
sparring partner while it lasted only onlysix onlyalx onlysix
six rounds roundaalx six minutes ant an i four sec seconds secondsWItS secondswas ¬
ondsWItS onds was enough to give the 7000 spec spectators specttors spectators ¬
tators a line on his condition and andeveryone andevoronE andeveryone
everyone appeared pleased pletl cd at the way wayin wayIn wayin
in which the big bit pugilist pu 1t8t carried himself himselfduring I1lmselt4rin himselfduring
during 4rin the short period he was In the thering thering thering
ring ringThe ringThe
The big farmer did not appear to tocarry tocarry tocarry
carry much superfluous 8up rftuous flesh fle b last night nightexcept Jlghtexcept iglitexcept
except around the abdomen a domen and his
STUDENTS STUDENTSTO
TO ACT AS COOKS COOKSWill
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College oarsmen here are interested In Inthe Inthe inthe
the announcement that the Syracuse Syracusecrew Syracusecrew
crew will employ as cooks for the train trainIng trainIng training
Ing table young men who are working workingtheir
their way through college collegeThere collegeThere
There was some doubt as to the wis wisdom wisdom wisdom ¬
dom of trusting young men to cook for forathletes forathletes forathletes
athletes In training but Syracuse S1 lCUse will willmake willmake willmake
make the experiment experimentThe
The Cornell and Columbia crews work worked worked worked ¬
ed hard under favorable conditions condJtl 1s yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday Columbia is settling down to
long pulls and the men are In first firstclass firstclass firstclass
class condition Courtneys men con contented contented contented ¬
tented themselves with moderate speed speedclose speedclose speedclose
close to the shore but are constantly
doing something
PITTSBURG FIGHT FANS FANSSAY FANSSAY FANSFIT
SAY JEFFRIES IS FIT FITGeneral FITGeneral
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Gentlemen I cannot nay fla anything more than the papers lirvcMaid l1tveald lirvc lirvesaid
Maid ald rcgrnrillnR my approaching Dp roncblng fight with Johnson but when she xhetime shetime 1e 1eme
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speed was surprising Jeff according to toBerger toBerger toBerger
Berger did not weigh w lgh over 235 23 pounds poundsSam poundsSam
1 Sam Berger of course boxed to show showJeff showJen showJeff
Jeff to the best advantage but it itseemed Itseemed itseemed
seemed that the farmer retained all his hisability hisablUty hisability
ability with the padded mitts and his hisshowing hisshowing hisshowing
showing was pleasing to local fans fansOnce fansOnc fansOnce
Once during the exhibition Jeff for forgot torgot forgot ¬
got and flung Berger a hardone hard one in the thestomach thestomach thestomach
stomach that made the big Californian Callforniani Californianwince Californianwince
i wince and growl growlPHILADELPH growlPHILADELPHIA N NPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA A June 16 16AU AH specu speculation speculation speculation ¬
lation regarding the physical > condition conditionof
of retired Champion James J Jeffries Jeffriesso
so far as Philadelphians are concerned concernedshould concernedshould concernedshould
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