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i 14 THE WASHINGTON TDIES FRIDAY JANUARY J TARY 21 1910
HER 1BER WILL ASSIST ASSISTWashington ASSISTINTERNA ASSISTWashington
r INTERNA INTERNATIONALMEET INTERNATIONALMEETMan TIO HAL MEET I Iashington
Washington Washingtonr ashington Man Named For ForExposition ForExpos ForExposition
Exposition Expos tion Sport SportBoard SportBoard SportBoard
Board BoardATHLETIC BoardATHLETIC BoardATHLETIC
ATHLETIC CARNIVAL CARNIVALIS
IS SET FOR BERLIN BERLINPrince BERLINPrince BERLINPrince
Prince Henry aad August Belmont BelmontAre BelmontAreA BelmontAre
Are AreA Among g Those Who WhoWill WhoWill 7ho 7hoWin
Will Do Work WorkDr WorkDr WorkDr
Dr D E Wfeer W of this tbI citY has hasbeen hasbeen as asbeen
been appointed a member of 0 the board boardto boardto boardto
to conduct an aamtenaatlonal International athletic and andgymnastic andgymnastic andgymnastic
gymnastic tournament in connection connectionKith CQDDeCtJonith connectionwith
Kith ith the American Exposition KLpO ItIoa that is isto Isto Isto
to be held in Berlin during June July Julyand Julyand Julyand
and August of this year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The Washington Wae lJl < < ton man being president presidentof pre Ideot Ideotof
of the South Sout Atlantic Association tIo of the theAmateur theAmteur theAmateur
Amateur Athletic Union ta eonalderedespecially considered consideredespecially e lUddered lUdderedespeclally
especially well qualified to advise in inthe Inthe inthe
the matter as the games win wit be underthe under underthe underthe
the sanction DZtioft of the A A U and theathletic the theathletic tMJltbJetlc
athletic governing body of Germany GermanyPrince GermanYPrince GermanyPrlnee
Prince Henry of Prussia brother t 1the of ofthe > f freception
the Kaiser js president oC the German Germaareception Germanreception
reception committee and August B Bxnont Bel Belmont Belmont
mont Hobert rt H Sexton and James JamesSullivan E ESuIllVan i iSullivan
SuIllVan Sullivan are prominently identified with withthe withthe withthe
the American end ef th tM sports carnival car carnival carnlva1 ¬
nival
Belmtat Beb at t Active AmyeMr ActiveMr
3 Mr r Belmont ia particular is said to tobe tobe v vbe
be taking a a keen interest IDtere t IB athletic athleticevents thletlcevents j jevents
events to be held daring the exposition expoIIttioaand expositionand j jand
and has promised promI ed the heartiest hertJe t support supportIn supportin upportIn
In several branches of sport with which whichbe whl whichbe h hhels
hels be is already prominently identified It Itwas ItW88 Itwan
was at his suggestion that an American Americancommittee Americancommittee A1Der1enoommittee
committee on athletics has been appoint appointed appointed ppoInted ¬
ed and this committee will work to toharmony Inbarmony ntharmony
harmony and conjunction with promi prominent promlDen prominent ¬
nent Den officials of the Amateur Athletic AthleticUnion Athletictnlon Athletictnlon
tnlon James E Eo Sullivan baa nas been beenplaced been1aced beenplaced
placed 1aced at the head hea Cf the committee committeeas
as its chairman X Mr Sexton is in incharge Incharge incharge
charge of the section of athletics athleticssporting athleticsaporiin thletJcsISIOrt1ng
sporting aporiin goods and motor boats Thiscommittee This Thiscommittee Thiseomm1ttee
committee committee is representative re esentatIve of the wholeUn1ted wholeUnited whole wholeUnited
United States and and its members are re all allwell Allwen 11 11wen
wen known in the world of sports sportsThs sportsThe sportsThe
The program of events is s still ofcourse of ofcourse ore
course e Urse tentative t ntat1ve But in Its first vet draft draftIt drafttt draftit
It Includes tnclu es yachting polo horse racing racinghorse rcJngb01O racinghome
horse breeding beed1D racquets squash equae qua t court courttennis courtrg courttennis
tennis lawn 1 tunnis tennisgolf golf rowing swim swimming swimming ¬
ming wrestlings 1Iag skating feurJng teL rg rgP1aDlng 1ng aeroplaning aero aerojrianlng
jrianlng ballooning bicycling shooting shootingyyiniastlcs shootingysmnastlcs IootAg IootAgcs
yyiniastlcs cs and of n course a very corn complete cornplete cornDlete ¬
plete series 4tr f held and track events eventsInasmuch entaInasmuch eventsInasmuch
Inasmuch as these games will be held hellduring heldduring heldnng
during nng college vacation time it is believ believed believe bellevred ¬
ed e < that all the leading university ath athletes ath1ete3 ¬
letes 1 win be able to take part partStart 1rtStart partStart
Start Dual Meets Meetsephemeral MeetsTbore MeetsThere
There Is to H Ja4 mare N t than aA merely aa aaephmerllntereet anepbmheral
ephemeral ephmerllntereet interest in the athletic events eventsof eventsof eventsof
of the 2tt mo exposition IIXJI D ttloR It is hoped by bythe bythe Y Ye
the e Institution JDBtku of this years carnival to tofound to10und toround
found a series of GermanAmerican Gen German anAmerican American dual dualmeets dImeets dialmeets
meets alternating every year as 8 to the thecountry theountrY thecountry
country in which they ar are held that thatwill t1atmn thatRill
will more than rival the BritishAm BritishAmencan rf rfcan rln
can n FranceBritish FnmceBrtt m and Norwegian NorwegianSwedish NorweginSwedish NorwegianSwedish
Swedish meets of the past pastA pastA I8t I8tA
A sufficient 8Ufid Dt amount of 1 money is al already already already ¬
ready in hand or pledged to assure llSUre the thefinancial thetinanciAI thetnanciai
financial success of the ° ihletic features featuresof
of the exposition ex OtIltton On the committee m mcharge in inch1rge ihcharge
charge of the American end of the ex oxrnsitton exposition exUon ¬
position Uon are re such tree as J J T Pierpont PierpontMorgan PIerontorgan Plerponttitorgan
Morgan organ John Wanamaker David R RFrancis RFrands it itFrands
Frands Dr George F Kunz Herman HermanA
A Metz Met and Hugh H h Gordon Miller They
have all placed plac d themselves at the ser service serice service ¬
vice ice of the Athletic committee and Del have havepremised bavepr haverrnnleed
premised pr T1l ed tnv s av assistance they may be becalled beC3l1 becalled
called C3l1 upon to render renderLOWE renderLOVE renderLOWE
LOWE AND DECKER DECKERTO DECKERTO DECKERTO
TO CLASH TONIGHT TONIGHTICrnnerous TONIGHTNumerous TONIGHTNnmerovs
Numerous additions were made today todaythe to todaythe y yt
t > Ie the delegation de n f Washington WashlD < < tOR sports11kh sportswhich sports sportswhich
which 11kh will go over to Baltimore tonight tonightto
to 1 see the eightround ei < < htround fight between betweenTommy betweenTommy betweenTommy
Tommy Lowe the local lightweight lightweightpride lightweightride lightweightbride
pride ride and 1 Dummy E > > ummy Decker Baltimores Baltimoresmute Baltlmoresmute Baltimoresmute
mute boxer at the opening of the Mon Monument Molumtnta1 Monumental ¬
ument umtnta1 Sporting Club at Albaughs AibaughsTheater AlbaughsTheater AJNughs7heater
Theater TheaterThe 7heaterThe TheaterThe
The Capital coatigeat oontl < < 8ftt has chartered a aspecial aspECial aspecial
special car on the electric line and andwill aDdW1l andw
will w Il leave the th White House Hou e Station at atFifteenth atFifteenth
730 rtt Fifteenth oclock and H streets at northeast northea t at J
I Gets New Honor I
D E WIBER WISERPHILLIES WIBERPHlLLlES WIBERPHILLIES
PHILLIES AND REDS REDSEwing REDSEXCHANGE REDSEXCHANGEPITCHERS
EXCHANGE EXCHANGEPITCHERS EXCHANGEPITCHERSEwing PITCHERS PITCHERSEwing
Ewing and Brennan Go to toQuakers toQuakers toQuakers
Quakers for Corridon Corridonand Corridonand Corridonand
and Coveleskie CoveleskiePHILADELPHIA CoveleskiePHILADELPHIA CoveleskiePHILADELPHLA
PHILADELPHIA Jan 2L 2LAn An even eventrade eventnwle eventrade
trade of pitchers so far as style of de delivery delivery delivery ¬
livery is concerned oone aed has been made be between between between ¬
tween the Phillies and the Cincinnati CincinnatiReds CindftnaUi CincinnatiReds
i Reds Frai Fraak Corrldon the Phillies reliable re reliable re11b1e ¬
liable spitball pitcher is exchanged for forBob fO fOi forBob
i Bob Ewing the Reds spitball artist artistwho artJ artistwho t tI
I who was always an 11 enigm enigma to thePhiliies the thePhillies thePhlnleS
Phillies Harry Ha Coveleskfe leeltloe the giant giantsouthpaw giantsouthpaw giant6outhpaw
southpaw goes to Cincinnati Cincinnati in ex exchange exchange cxchange ¬
change for James Bnmnan B aea a young yettsglefthander yovogterthn younglefthander
lefthander terthn er whom Cincinnati paid MlJ4 > 55609 55609for iO iOfor 1iOO 1iOOfor
for last year ear Brennan te It the youngster youngsterMonte youngsterMonte OUftgsterMonte
Monte Cross tried to land last spring springfor springfor springfer
for the Kansas City club but Tebeau Tebeaurefused Tebauret1l8e4 Tebeaurefused
refused to pay the price According to toMonte toMonte toMonte
Monte Brennan is one of the best left lefthanders tettha1ders leftbandana ¬
bandana he ever saw and it was possi possibly pS1biy poesibly ¬
bly on Cross s IKro strong < rong g recommendation recommendationI recomntendtJonthat recommendationthat
I that the Phillies decided ecWed to make the thetrade tbetrade thetrade
trade tradeThe tradeThe tradeThe
The trade may may prove a good one for forboth torboth forboth
both clubs Ewing who was considered consideredone consideredone
one of the star pitchers of the league in in19M In19e
19M 1 19e had outlived tNtII + ed his bI usefulness in Cincianatl Cin Cincinnati Ctuna ¬
cinnati na having been with the dub since
= =
1902 He e asked N to be traded to o oties the Phil Phillies Phillies ¬
lies Ewing is a nephew of the late lateBuck lateBuck lateBuck
Buck Ewing and comes from a base baseball bMball baseball
ball family He should prove a valuable valuableman vaJuableman valuableman
man for the Phillies PhilliesCorridon PhtllhCorrSdon PhillkaCorridon
Corridon came here from Chicago Cblc go in inItW In1tM InI99i
ItW in a trade tra for Jack Barry and has hasalways hasalways hasalways
always ha hall l a good record CorridoR Corridonth Corridorthough
though th < nsgh has had considerable coll erbIe hard hardluck banlluek hardluck
luck while with the 1h Phillies Ph 1Ies due in Inmeasure a ameasure ameasure
measure to illness Last year he was wasnot waanot wasnot
not in condition to pitch until May LHe LHe L LHe
He cant stand a a great deal of work workand workand workand
and It may be for this reason that he hewas hewas hewas
was traded Coveleskie had consider considerable coa8klerable considerable ¬
able trouble coming to terms with the thedub tbedub thedub
dub last spring sp and the Giantkiller Giantkillerwho Glantkillerwho Giantkillerwho
who earned this title by taking threegames three threegames threegames
games from New York in the fall of ofU4I8 ofleg
leg knocking them out of the pennant pennantwas penDantWB8 pennantwas
was a big disappointment dl last 1a t season seasonCHANCE 1MMUIOnCHANCE seasonCHANCE
CHANCE TO REPORT REPORTAT REPORTAT REPORTAT
AT LAST MINUTE MINUTELOS
LOS ANGELES Jan 2L 21Fraak 21FraakChance 2LFraakChance Frank FrankChance
Chance Ute great leader of the Chicago ChicagoCubs ChlcigoCUbs ChicagoCubs
Cubs will stay in California until late latelast late1a3t latelast
last week In n February Chance tele telephoned telephoned teephoned ¬
phoned in from his Glendora GI n on ranch to today toda today ¬
day da to correct the story printed In the theChicago theChicago theChicago
Chicago papers p petS to the effect that he wasto was wasto wasto
to return there early next month monthEverything month4Everythlng monthEverything
Everything Is lovely between ITr ITrMnrphy MrMurphy r rI
Murphy and myself and I will stay in inCalifornia InCalifornia inCalifornia
I California until the very last minute minutesaid minuteeald minutesaid
said Chance
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Inventory InventorySi1e
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f Overcoats and andi andSuits
i Suits SuitsI
Ji Tiade Made Mr ade to Order OrderPrices i iP
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t P Prices ices cat to fractions on all our lines of fine allwool fab fabt fabrics 1
t t rics in order to reduce stock to a minimum working WO k ng basis prior to toinventory toinyentory toii1YtF1tOCy
+ inventory The prices talk 11u Come and look them over overThfe overi overThis
i This will give you an idea ideaRegular ideat ideat
t t Regular 51800 18JO Qualities Qualitiesi QualitiesOvercoat i
i Overcoat or Suit Made C9 L 45 J JtoOrder t
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BASEBALL DROPPED DROPPEDBY DROPPEDBY DROPPEDBY
BY G W U UCQUNCIL UCQUNCILInabiiity COUNCILIhtd COUNCIL COUNCILInability
Inability Ihtd to Secure Suitable Ground Grol GIo d Is the Cause CauseNeilsoa CausN CauseNeilson
Neilsoa N eiIsoJl Question to Be Settled Soon SoohWrestling SoohWrestlingTourney Wrestling WrestlingTourney
I T Tourney oumey Is OR the Bo Boom t j
After considering the question from fromevery f fromevery m
every ever angle Gorge se Washington Uni University Unlerslty University ¬ I
versity has anally decided not to at attempt atI attempt ¬
I tempt to p put t a baseball h seba1l team on the thefield thefield
field fl eld duri during K the coming comtn spring That a ateam ateam ateam
I team wilt in be organized the following followingseason foUov1n foUov1n8eason followingseason
season seems more than probable as asthere asthere 8 8there
there are a a number of enthusiasts In the thej theunherstty theuniversity
j university who 1to are most anxious to en enIjoy
Ijoy I j their th l favorite sport In the profosl professional rof6II1 rof6II1i
i sionaj sion i departments George Washington Washingtonannually I IdrattS
annually drafts hundreds of graduates graduatesfrom graduatesfrom I
from other institutions and among amonghpse amongthp8e amongthese
these are ar quite a few former stars whc whocould whcI whccould
I could 1uId be gotten into line for the squad squadBut squadi
i But the drawback drawb ck that has temporarily temporarilykilled tamporarilYI temporarilykilled
I killed the game is the impossibility imJ > lblJlty of ofi
i I I getting a suitable playing groundIn ground groundIn grG nd ndIn
In football George Washington has hasfor hasfor hasfor
for the past two seasons s sdsons sons us used d National NatioBalPark NationalPark NationalPark
Park but 81 as the Washington club will willoccupy willoccupy willoccupy
occupy that through the diamond cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign th the fclnleUc board had to look lookelsewhere lookelaewhere lookelsewhere
elsewhere Th T Thv t only other place avail available available available ¬
able was Union Park and that is so sofar sotar sofar
far away from the university build buildings buildIngs buildings ¬
ings that it was as considered inadvisable inadvisableto
to lease that place so it was decided decidedto
to let the matter rest until DlL DlLWith 191LWith n nWith
With the baseball question settled the theauthorities theautbortUies theauthoritsa
authorities are engaging themselves in inmapping InmapPIAg intrapping
mapping out the plan for next falls I1Ist fallsfootball
football t otbII season seasonSince H8OftSince seasonSince
Since th tIN election of Captain Hart Hartthe Hartthe Hartthe
the management has been in corres correspondence corr correspondence 8 8polKleACe ¬
pondence with Fred Neilson hoping hopI g to toobtain toobtain toobtain
obtain him for coach Xellson Xe Ron is now nowlocated BOWloe nowlocated
located loe ted on th the Pacific coast but it is isunderstood Isunderstood isunderstood
understood he is willing to return if his histerms JtI8tenB8 histerms
terms are accepted acceptedProf aeeeptedProC acceptedProf
Prof UcBaJn has Issued a a call fer the theathletic theatbletic theathletic
athletic board to meet Tuesday Tue da weekwhen weekwhen week weekwhen
when decision will be reached re cbed in regard regardto Tegamto regardto
to XettsoB In addition to this a ten tentative tentative
tative schedule > > will probably be outlined outlinedat
at this conference conferenceThere conC6reDCThere conferenceThere
There is every indication that Xeiteon Xeiteonwill XellBonwill Neilsonwill
will be reengaged and the list of games gameswill gameswitl gameswill
will be practically as they were lastfall last lastfall 1 t tfalL
fall falLPresWe fallPresident
+
President PresWe t Neyes ley of ofthe the National aU is istoday I It Istoday
ofx
today t dy engaged gaged in s flxing fi x g up contractsHEDGES contracts contractsHEDGES I IHEDGES
HEDGES IS AFTER AFTERCOLLEGE AFTERCOLLEGE AFTERCOLLEGE
COLLEGE PITCHER PITCHERIOWA
IOWA CITY Iowa Jan 31 31SteTe 31SteTeOBrieR 2LSteveOBrien Steve SteveOBrien
OBrien the star University Unlvenit of Iowa Iowapitcher Iowapitcher Iowapitcher
pitcher has received two offers for the thecoming thecomIog thecoming
coming season President Hedges of ofthe otthe ofthe
the St Lords L uis American League I ague team teamwants teamWDtEI teamwants
wants the 1 > > e premier remler university twirler twlrierand twirlerand twirlerand
and the Flint Mien rich team has also alsowritten alaGwrltt8D alsowritten
written him himOBrien hllllOBriM blurOBrien
OBrien has 8 made a phenomenal roe record rec recerd roeend ¬
end as a college twirler In Iowa Ivw during duringthe durlltgthe duringthe
the last five years yearsCORNELL yearsCORNELL MrS MrSCORNELL
CORNELL TEAM OFF OFFOF OFFOF OFFOF
OF HARVARD LIST LISTBOSTON LISTBOSTO LISTBOSTON
BOSTON Mass 88 Jan 21 2LTbe 2LTbepeets The pros prospects prospects ¬
pects of the Cornell eleven meeting Harvard Har Harvard Harvard ¬
vard on the gridiron next fall are slim sttraCaptain slimCaptsha slimCaptain
Captain Lothrop Wlthlngton thlngton of the theCrimson theCrim theCrimson
Crimson Crim ou team prefers to have a 9 strong stronger ¬
er team as the opponents of his eleven elevenin elevenin
in this preparatory contest for or the Dart Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth ¬
mouth and lid Yale games gamesFAMOUS gamesFA110US gamesFAMOUS
FAMOUS OARSMAN OARSMANDIES OARSMA OARSMANDIES N NDIES
DIES IN ENGLAND ENGLANDLONTX5N ENGLANDLOODON ENGLANDLONDON
LONDON Jan 3 2LRobert Robert Bagnall Bagnallone BabDaU9De Bagnallone
one of t BnglanAs most famous scullers scullersand seullecsand scullersand
and oarsman osrsta n is dead While enj e engaged engagedIn aged oagdIn agedin
in tending telMU g hIM hi boats ts at Xewcasteon XewcasteonTyn Newe NewasteoaTyne teoB teoBT71M
T71M Tyn be e was seised with dizziness dluae fell fellIB fellIn
IB 1 a fit and died before a doctor ooefcl ooefclbe oewIdbe ceakibe
be called calledBagnall caDedBagnaU calledBaggna
Bagnall Baggna lwas was in his prime in the early early7s earlyits earlylie
7s when he ranked as one of the theworlds theWOrlds theworlds
worlds best scullers and was a member mem zaemi member
i ber of the Taylor TaylorWinship Winship four of Eng EngI ng
I land who challenged the world orld for 518 518W SiiiiOI S13fel
iiOI fel W after tter being beaten by the Ward Wardbrothers Wardbrothers anl anlbroth
brothers broth rs at Saratoga S rtoga lake lakeBagnall lakeBagnall lakeBagnall
Bagnall was sixty years of age e and andcommenced andcommenced andcommenced
commenced rowing row1n in ISM ii with the theNorthern theorthern theNorthern
Northern orthern Club He claimed to have havewon haveWOD havewon
won more races than any other man
I
which will be sent em ie the th players yers without withoutfurther wlthtforth withoutfurther
further forth delay delayProf eIa eIaProto
4 4Prof
Prof Manrice Joyce Je is receiving oon oonciderabic oont4ertU contiderabi
ciderabic t4ertU encouragement for his pro peeposed proposed proOHd ¬
posed OHd intarclty wrestling tournament tournamentto
to be held at Carroll Institute next nextmonth nextt nextAll nextmonth
month monthAll monthAll t
All of the Baltimore grapplers are go going soing golag ¬
ing through t ZOOUSh a special course of sprouts sproutsfor sproutsfor prOtitsI
I for the affair and it is predicted there therewill therewilt therewill
will be a large number of entries from fromthat fromI fromthat
that thatclty thatcltyPraeUo city cityPractically cityPracticaliy
I I
Practically PraeUo Jly all of 8 the good amateur amateurwrestlers amateurre amateurwrestlers
wrestlers re tJer of Washington WII on have signified signi signified lgat lgatftecI ¬
fied their intention of r competing so sothere sethere 56there
there should be plenty ef good sport sportIf sportIt sportIf
If the scheduled tournament proves roves a asuccess a3uee8811 asuccess
success and it give < < Iv every indication iftdlors oB of ofdoing oCdoing ofdoing
doing so there I Is a liklihoed of a re return return return ¬
turn date In BattLnore BaitLnoreBetween BattLnoreBetween BaltL1tOreBetweeR
Between laughing l pjng at t A Mutt and andnylag de denying denYlas ¬
nying that he ta connected with the thelatest Utelate thelatest
latest late < < Lawson Lw oa baseball venture ve tme JBIwood JBIwoodEmerson JDlW BIwheEmerson 4Jd 4JdXDMnIoB
Emerson Helm is having bavl g a busy time timeof timeor timeof
of it itIn ItIn ltIn
+ S
In connection with the probable rein reinstatement retn8tAtem8ftt reinstatement ¬
statement of football at Georgetown Georgetownthe
the following by President Alderman Aldermanbefore Aldermanbefore Aldermanbefore
before the student body of the Univer University University Univerally ¬
sity of Virginia proves interesting interestingThe Intere InterestingThe t1ng t1ngThe
The rules committee was Instructed Instructedto
to carry carT out the th purpose PUfPO e of the meeting meetingand meetingaDd meetingand
and thoroughly revise thegame the game Now Nowthe Nowthe Nowthe
the point is this The revision Is go goIng goJag golag
Jag to come If It doevnt t come ana 11 < 1 if ifyou Ityou ifyou
you you you look thin things squarely t y in the face facek faceIt faceIt
It will be seen seen n w mgt > t the I Ithe LEfIl Legislature latures of ofthe ofthe
the States will L ike e a a band I cannot cannotconceive CftnotcoACelve cannotconceive
conceive of a r r ors sorry plight than for fora tora fora
a game the eolege have nourished and andehertehed Andeher1tIbd andeherlahed
ehertehed for thirty years to be charred chargeda
a as II a criminal offense by the law of the theland thelend
land 1 My y point ie that you ought to totake totake totake
take a hand as reasonable men The Thetime Tttctime Thethr
thr time ha baa come COID to meet me t again the Amereanpublic Ameri American Amer Amercaa ¬
can eanpublic public half hal way wayWhat wayWhat
What ie the wisest WI e t thing to do doMake doMake 1 1Make
Make it a game not only nt to live bat batnt hutat butfit
nt to be nourished nourt bed and loved It must musteither Musteither musteither
either be nonexistent nonexl tent or cherished eiMri ed It Itcannot IteDnot Itcannot
cannot exist ext t in a halfhearted manner mannerWhen Rl3mterWhen aaaaaerWhen
When a crisis erI I8 come comes then t eB those who whocreated wboI whocreated
created the game should recreate it itThe itThe itThe
I The George e Washington baeketbeUteam basketball basketballteam 9aeketMJ1teJB
team sees to Annapolis to play the theMiddies UteKWdIeL theMiddies
Middies MiddiesWORK KWdIeLWORK MiddiesWORK
WORK IS STARTED STARTEDON STARTEDON STARTEDON
ON YANKS FIELD FIELDKBW FIELDNII1W FIELDNbdW
KBW YORK Jan a 3LFraDk Frank J T Far Farrell Farreal Farrell
rell president of the Greater New York Yorkbaseball YorkbllJMbJ1 Yorkbaseball
baseball club which is the official representative repre representative r8KeMlltat1ve ¬
sentative of the American League In InGreater InGreater InGreater
Greater New York has tan begun opera operations operatIon operations ¬
tions tIon in an effort to make an Jt imposing imposingstadium Impoetng8tluUum imposingstadium
stadium on his new real estate e tate a nth 2Sthstreet 25tht nthstreet
street t et and Broadway which will be the thehome theJtoIDe theboats
home of the Highlanders a few years yearshence yearsheDee yearshence
hence henceThe heDeeThe henceThe
The site lite now favored by the owners ownersof OWRerSor ownersof
of the American League baseball baceballounde DaHkUIe baseballwads
ounde i Ie accessible We from the Bronx Bronxariem BremeHarlem BronxHarlem
Harlem wads ariem and Manhattan One MtriMng MtriMngfeature < 4rtklagfeature tniktagfeature
feature of the movment Is the trend of ofhotneeeekers orhometteek ofhomeseekers
hotneeeekers hometteek toward the northern nortlMrntlon sec section seelion ¬
lion of the city cityMATTY cltyMATTY cityNATTY
MATTY IS OPPOSED OPPOSEDTO OPPOSEDTO OPPOSEDTO
TO NEW CONTRACTS CONTRACTSKJ5W
KJ5W N JiiW rlW YORK Jan 11Chriety B SIChrJet CnHaty M Mthewson Ya YatbeWflOn Matbewson
thewson does doe not believe in compelling compellinga
a player to remain idle during duna the thestar e win winter wtDter winbold ¬
ter and ther the Giants1 star tar wilt probably probablyhold
bold out until be > is I given VeA his freedom freedomduring freedomc1urlag freedomduring
during the tb winter winterXatty wtDtruXatty winterMatt
Xatty Matt aver verc that that indoor ta oor exercise exerctaesuch 6X 6XMach exercisesuch
such as te gained by y playing baseball baseballand baseballand baseballand
and basketball Is far more beneficial DeDea 1a1 to tothe tothe tothe
the ball player than remaining rema idleand idle idleand IdleaDd
and letting the muscles stiffenSUGGESTS stiffen stiffenSUGGESTS ttaenSUGGESTS
SUGGESTS RUGBY RUGBYIF RUGBYIF RUGBYIF
IF FOOTBALL GOES GOESPHIXCETOX GOESPllI GOESPRINCETON
PRINCETON PllI CETON N1 N J T Jan a 2lWStb With the thestatement tk8tat8RIeItt thestatoeet
statement that the fate f e of o football is issealed hJ8eIed Issealed
sealed unless radical changes in the therules th thruleS therules
rules are made so that men may take takepart ta tapILrt talc talcpart
part In the game me without the great lia liability liability 11abiYity ¬
bility to injury now existing ex Ug The Deily DeilyPrincetonlan DeilyPrlncetoDIan DailyPriacetonlan
Princetonlan in an editorial edtt rta1 this morn morning mornlag mornlag ¬
lag recommended that the English Englishgame EDgllskgame Englishgame
game of rugby be taken into seriousconsideration serious seriousconsideration erlousC
consideration C D IcHoraUln with a view vl w to either subettuting sub substituting subt ¬
stituting t tutln It for American Inf > rlcan football or improving im improving improving ¬
proving the American Amfrt < an game e with the thebest thest thebest
best st features of the th English game
I T EISEMAN LISEMAN BROS BRO BROOutfitters II i
Outfitters for Both Men and BoysCorner Boys BoysCorner I ICorner
I Corner Seventh and E Streets N W WFINAL V t tt + +
t FINAL Clearance Bargain 3argainin in inE int 1 i it
t E B Fancy Winter Suits Suitsfor SUItsfor Suitsfor 8 95 +
for men and youths worth flJ J J t
51650 1650 S1850 S 1850 and 2000 at atHeres atHeres atHeres i
Heres your chance to finish the season in a swell new suit t tat tat tat
at small expense Every suit in the sale is an E E B Productionand production productionand I Iand
and is calculated to give perfect satisfaction Get in early while whilethe I Ithe i
i the selection is best bestI bestIiILDREN + t tSuits
I CHILDRENS IiILDREN S Straight Pants PantsSuits I
Suits that sold up to 1 79
i at 750 on sale now nowi p I G Gt t
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expense Big assortment of f Boys Bos Suits with straight strai bt knee pants pantsall pantsall Z Zt
t all sizes in the lot but not in each style Suits worth up to S7So S7Sofor 750 750for
t for XL79 XL79t XL79All 179 179t 179AH 179I I
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ends of our regular lines of ofMens ofMens ofMens I
Mens Derby and Soft Hatr Hatrthat Hat Hatthat i ithat
that sold for 200 oro t10 J ± oli 5 S I 1 1 n Of Ofand 0 0 A > 1and
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BOUT WILL BE FIXED FIXEDIF FIXEDIF FIXEDIF
IF JEFF WINS IVINSJOHN JOHN JOHN L LSAADUSKY Lf LSANDUSKY LI LSANDUSKY
f
SANDUSKY Ohio Jan 2J tJOkD 21JohnL tJOkDL John JohnI
I L Sullivan broke his long lOR silence slleacetoday slleReetodaT silencetoday
today and gave hi his views tlew ea the thecomlDGT thecolplnJ thecoming
coming JelfrieJohnson Jeffrie Jolianon 3Kht SghtJohn 3KhtJohn hhtJohn
John 1u L sass JelTrieii can nev DIner DInercome nevercome cr crcome
come hack and that thB the flcht ht will trillbe willhe willbe
be fixed If Jeffries wins TriasI wi os osI
I peak from what I know of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the frame J Dme Bays John I L and I Iought Iought Iought
ought to know I tried te t come coraeefc eeDlebuck comeback
buck efc but I couldnt couldntI
I hnv hnve one notion of thin thl fight fiRhtIt fightIt Jht JhtIt
It will be the pictures that count countand eeostand countand
and to make these pictures valuable valu valuable Tfttu Tfttuable ¬
able tbe white man must win You YBHdont Yaudont Youdont
dont suppose that hnt the apeciade of ofa ofn ofa
a black man knocking knock np eat a white Trklteman whiteman kite kiteman
man will appeal to the white folks fallcsrrho lalbwho folkswho
who are the ones who ko support the theOK thefikt thefight
OK fight lit picture shows kor JehBien can cansever caBDe cannever
sever De er beat a Bond Knot scrapper Jeffries Jef Jeffrie JetfrleA ¬
frie fries wa was a good scrapper l IJ i his hisday klldaT hisday
day but he will net be the nan nanhe DIaDhe manhe
he rra Wall six Ix years ealJl ace when kea he hemeets liemeets bemeets
meets Johnson next ext July JulyPlan Jul JulHUNTERS JulyHUNTERS
HUNTERS ARE OUT OUTAT OUTATCHEVY
AT ATCHEVY CHEVY CHASE CHASEPlan
Plan to Gallop After theHounds the theHounds theHqunds
Hounds Hounds i Tomorrow If IfWeather IfWeather
Weather iWeather Permits PermitsRecent PermitsReceJtt PermitsRecent
Recent balmy weather capped by a aspringlike asprtDgUke aspringlike
springlike day yesterday ye terday tempted temptedG temptedmembers ed edIters
members Iters or the Chevy Chase Ht to tot totry
t try a gallop after the bounds led M DY
Capt C apt C C F G Sowerby naval attache attacheof attacheoC attacheti
tithe of the British embassy S P KmUt KmUtand xttaad Knottothers
and others othersThe ot otThe othersThe
The huntsman hunts tcn made a east with the
fox pack in the big covert near Garrett Cane < <
Park The ground was found to be I e nt ntsufneiently tit titutAde Insufficiently
sufficiently utAde t17 thawed making Jumping
dangerous ngerou so that after the theca pcfclMi pcfclMito pacIt JaM JaMcazried
earned ca r r ie a few I lines through the te w wood
to the open n it was decided to quit quitweather 4
1t t the e weather ethtt is suitable the lixtnres lixtnreswill JIXt1IreswID 1lrctareswill
will be resumed tomorrow tomorrowBILL tOJDOrrOWBILL tomorrowBILL
BILL PAPKE PLANS PLANSTO PLANSTO PLANSTO
TO SAIL TOMORROW TOMORROWB
B BIIIT My Papke and his ht brothermaager brothermaagerKd broUaer er erX4
Kd Papke of Kewanee IlL are in New NewYork Ne NeYork NewYork
York and ad w sail for Europe tomor tomorrow toMOrroW tomorrow ¬
row on the steamship Battle BattleParis BalticParis tJtIePl1
Paris Pl1 will be the Je lint port of call
There the tJ Thunderbolt will endeavor r
to displace d1 plaee Willie Lewis L wls in I the hearts heartsof Iaeatot heartsof
of the volatile French apt fane faneBASKETBALL faJISBASKETBALL fansBASKETBALL
BASKETBALL TITLE TITLEWILL TITLEWILL TITLEWILL
WILL BE DECIDED DECIDEDCHICAGO DECIDEDCHICAGO DECIDEDCHICAGO
CHICAGO Jan Janchairmen SICbarla A DeaD DeaDchalrmaa Deanchairman
chairmen of the National tIoDa1 A Achampionship A 11 11champlon Vchampionship
championship champlon tdp b8 basketball ketbal1 committee ha haannounced lies ha0JaD liesannounced
announced aD that th unlimited uaa champion championment cba cbaships championships
ships would De held at tOe First Rest RestJIIftIt Regiment
ment armory in Chicago on March 17 17IS 171E
IS and 15As 15 19As 15As
As an incentive to brln bring titb the beat beatteams M beatlearns t tteams
teams together t et1H7 in thte meett meeting Dean
has offered o cred to ay part p n of the meor expense expenseor expenseesof
or the JrfonUvl XOfttr team champions of
Canada the Birmingham Ala team teamone t teamone < eaIft eaIft01K
one of oUte the strongest str est alPerattoDs nre ntione in the
South the sIt L Lake k TSty CIty T tt C A Awbk AwbJet L Lwbiddc
wbJet wbk has ha had an unbeaten team in the
last few year and a the S San + rn Francisco
A C which is represented by 1 y one of ofthe DCthe ofthe
the strongest teams t on the coast cosaCWILL COaIItWILL coastWILL
WILL NOT INTERFERE INTERFERECHICAGO INTERFERECHICAGO INTERFERECHICAGO
CHICAGO Jan 2LPre LPresident < fcent t E Eo C CBrownof CBroWJIoC CBrownof
Brownof the Amateur Athletic Athe c Union Unionhas t thaa talonhas
has refused ref finally to Interfere Interl re for the theEastern theEutern theEastern
Eastern Skating Association recently
ousted from the th International Skating
talon of America This action was
taken on a direct appeal from the of ¬
ficers of the deposed Eastern E tern Associa ¬
tion tw
n DR1VERSWILL ILL TEST TESTNoted TESTNEW TESTNEW
NEW WOODEN TRACK TRACKNoted
Noted Auto Racers to Compete Com Compete ¬
pete In Opening Event on onLos onLos onLos
Los Angeles Saucer SaucerBy
By HARRY WARD WARDDater WARDve WARDDater
Dater have ve been set J > et for the opening openingcarnival openingeandva openingcarnival
carnival on the new board motordrome motordromeat motOldr me meat
at Los Angeles and the American Au AutorooMW AutOlD6bCk Automwbtiti
torooMW Association A and th the Manufac Manufacturers XanuCactureIll Manufactures ¬
turers Contest Association have bav grant granted granted rant rantftI ¬
ed the DeCe necessary ary sanction Seven days daysof dast daysof
of t sensational speed contests will take takeplace tak takplacf takeplace
place on this tnt track which to the first firstwooden firstwoode firstwooden
wooden saucer ever built for motor car carracing carranO carraring
racing ranO The dates eC the meeting ar arApril arApril ofApril
April S to 17 At the recent r automobile automobileknown automobUeIn automobileshows
shows In New ew York many of the best bestknown t tkaoWB
known drivers in th the country announced announcedthey announcedthey announcedthey
they would drive at the new motor motordrome motordnMlMr motordreme ¬
drome and all spoke enthusatoticali enthusatoticaliof eathUNi tleali tlealior
of the idea of 0 racing on a board track trackThe trackT1 trackThe
The T1 e track will one OR > mile in circumference circumferenceand
and lad will be a a tru truJ t circle instead In te8d of theusual the theusual thei
i usual oval which whle will mean me n that driv drivers drhers drivers ¬
ers will not have to slacken speed on onaccount onaCCOtlDt onaccount
account of turns The track will b bsevenslive 00 00HY besevent3five
sevenslive HY IIYe feet wtt wide and will be bank banked bankd banked ¬
ed d to a height of twentyfive feet < < t all allaround anaroulML allaround
around The track hag been Indorsedby indorsed indorsedby lndorsWby
by the drivers chiefly because becau e of the theslight t thealight h hllght
slight heating effect the surface will willhave willhave willhave
have on the tires the coeftteent of offriction orfrleUon offriction
friction between wood and rubber ru ber beirmuck beir beirmuch beirmuck
muck better than between betwee rubber and anda andany
any a By y other I surface lIdac It is tssaM said that on onsuch onell onweb
I
such ell a banked course there will be no noCars DOCatS noCars
Cars for exhibition e llbitioa at the automobile automobileshow automobileshow automobileshow
show next week are beginning beghaD to arriveand arrive arriveand arriveIUtIII
and the dealers are busy as bees ee8 getting gettingthem gettlnt gettingthem
them t in shape for the opening night nightABMMMC nightAoM nightAmour
ABMMMC three t e who have already received receivedexhibition receivedexldWtloR receivedexhibition
exhibition cars are the Cook a Stod Stoddmr Stodda Stoddard
da dard dmr Company Cowap ay the Jte Motor Sales Com Company Company Company ¬
pany and the Wilson 11110II Company CompanyThomas Com ComTh CompanyThomas
+
Thomas Th P Clements C enteAts vice president pre tdent of ofthe ntthe f fthe
the Woods Moor Xo or Vehicle Company and andF andF andF
F J Newman designer de lgner of the Woods Woodselectric foodselectric CKks CKkse
electric e trfe were in the city yesterday ye tenly via ¬
King the Wilson Company They have havebeen haveAttendta havebe
been be attending Attendta the automobile shows in inthe IntlM inthe
the East and Del are now visiting the var vari various vartOW F ¬
ous Wood Woods dealers deLle in this section ct OR of ofthe oCtile ofthe
the country coontryThe cotmtryTbfo
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The Carl Spoererx Sons S Company Companywill CGmlMlnywUl Companywill
will have ha e three popular 1M PU1aI models on exhi exhibition exhMUoa exhiMtlon ¬
bition at the automobile show next nextweek Jktwe netweek
week we < < A toy toeweau a five and Bel a aseven aplUMeDg aseven
seven passenger plUMeDg < < hvtrtug t trIng car will make makeup makeup makeup
up the exhibit ext 1 J Spoerer and Charles
Spoerer win < 10 drive o over er from Baltimore
for the show showJ 3110
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J 1 C Henderson H of the Waverley W averlel
Company Is ISla in the city fir a few days daysand daysa daysand
and a hi making 1IMLktD Me 1 I5 headquarters Jte dluarten with withthe withtbe withthe
the Pope PO e Automobile Company of Wash Washoa ¬
ington ingttoaSALT ingtonSALT oa oaSALT
SALT LAKE CITY CITYGETS CITYGETS CITYGETS
GETS GO GOJOHNSON GOJOHNSONYORK JOHNSON JOHNSONNEW
NEW YORK Jan S ZL5bIlUag Shifting with withall withall withall
all the th agility a < < ftltr that a pugilist fc is supposed supposedto su suto
to have Jack Johnson today de declared declared dedared ¬
clared that he believed Tex Rickard Rickardwould RIckardwouhI Rickardwould
would conduct the heavyweight chain championship cbamIGnIIhIp chainpionship ¬
pionship fight t in Salt Lake City Utah UtahJohnson Utah1ohllMR UtahJohnson
Johnson last 1a t night received a tele teegram telegram teleraaa ¬
gram < < raaa from Rickard After reading reA it itJohneon it4011lNOD itJohnson
Johnson declared that he would OUId light flghtJeffries lightJeffries bt btharte
Jeffries in Salt Lake City Cft Rickard Rickardha RIekfu11baa Riekrdbaa
ha baa the good now insisted lD 1sted JohneerCOFFROTH Johneon JohneonCOFFROTHWIN3 Joh r rCOFFROTH
COFFROTHWIN3 COFFROTHWIN3AT COFFROTH WI WINS WINSAT S
AT MONTE T = CARLO CARLOMONTE CARLOMONTE i ifroth
> MONTE 10 = CARLO R Jan J 3 Jimmy Jiranry Cof Coffroth Coffroth
froth the Coiraa fight ght promoter KOIIIOter won wonntt wonas wonUS
as ntt last I8 t night at the Casino Ca Ro He BOW BOWis aowIs nowis
is known as Stag K Cotma CoKroth CoKrothis Co < < mth mthIs
is wet wwrying eying little over tbe fighting situa situation idtuation tua tuattoa ¬
tion in America and is enjoying his hisvacation bisvacatloa hisvacation
vacation to Site limit EmitOWEN limitOWEN JmltOWEN
OWEN BEST SHOT SHOTPIXEHURST SHOTPIXEHlTRST SHOTPINEHURST
PIXEHURST N C Jan 2L 2LR 1R R M MOwen 3LOwen MOwen
Owen of the New York Athletic Crab Crabshooting Chaitsheotm Clubshooting
shooting sheotm from the eighteenyard mark markled markled markled
led both amateurs and professionals rrofe slon1s In Inyesterday Int inyesterday
yesterday t ay afternoons lC9tarset prelimi prellmirary preliminary prellmlrary ¬
rary shoot of the thlnt annual mid midwinter midwinter midwinter ¬
winter handicap with a icore core of 99
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With woolens and worsteds advancing rapidly in price each eachday eachday eachday
day what better investment than a suit at half price priceWe priceA priceA
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We are selling our 1000 Suits at atThe X500 X500The 500 500Flacks 500The
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and blues bluesChoice bluesChoice bluesChoice
Choice of any Knee Pants Suit in it the house at J priceChoice price priceChoice priceChoice
Choice of any Overcoat in the house house 13 off
100 75c and 50c Neckwear now go at 35c 3 for X100 X100Mens 100 100Mens 100Mens
Mens fancy half hose 35c and 25c grades now 17c 3 pair pair soc 50cTHE socTHE SocTHE
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