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Manager McAleer An Announces Announces Announces ¬
nounces Lineup for Con Contest Contest Contest ¬
test With Norfolk NorfolkLELIVELT NorfolkLELIVELT NorfolkLELIVELT
Hurts Finger But Will Be in the theField theFiel theField
Field Fiel on Saturday SaturdayAfternoon SaturdayA j jAfternoon
Afternoon AfternoonBy A fternoonBy
NORFOLK Va March rarc tt ITIle Tn work workout wrknflt rk rkl1t ¬
out l1t this morning l1t ftornin rnlnJi wits ft8 short but the thefastest Utefast8t thefastet
fastest the Washington WR8hIRrton sqwMi hag wt yet yetshown yetot1on yetshown
shown shownWalker shownWalker ot1onalklf
Walker alklf Gray and an Kefailin did some somepitching 801 801pitthin aotnpit1iin
pitching = this tids morning but will be j put putthrough put1hrouh putthrough
through a full course of 0 sprouts utB this thisafternoon ntleaftrnoon thi thiafternoon
afternoon In preparation for the Aral Aralpractice flrtpractkc
practice game me with 1U Norfolk next Satur Saturday StLturdRy Sturday ¬
day dayIeltvel dayLe1Ivel I
Ieltvel injured the middle finger of ofJitfi orlIt otilght
Jitfi lIt right hand handcechIn catcblnfc a fly ball this thismorning th thmorning II
morning but it is not serious and nd the thedigit theiJlt thedigit
digit iJlt should be b serviceable on Saturday SaturdayCharley SatUrdayCharley SaturdyCharley
Charley Street dW the work behind behindthe behi bchm1the f1 f1the
the bat this morning while whl e Bill Rapp Rappand Rappand Rppand
and John Doolittle Hardy cultivated the thepitchers theptchers theptchers
ptchers pitchersThe ptchersThe ptchersThe
The days day medal for sprrnees prTne s went to tothat tothat tethat
that promising youngster youn 8ter Wid Conroy Conroywho Conroyho Conroywho
who ho played all over the infleid Ungiaub Ungiaubshowed U Unglaubehowed b btIIhowed
showed activity for a mkn m n wh who had his hieinitial h hisInitial I Iinitial
initial work last Monday and h lie M is iswnalinc Sawhalln Iswhaling
whaling whalln the ball a mite miteNo mlktNo mileNo
No Great Speed SpeedJerry SpeedJerQ SpeedJerry
Jerry Ohl will IU hardly be Riven inn a achance aohanco achance
chance on Saturday Salurda He hag not yet yetevidenced yetellidenced yetevidenced
evidenced any groat rOf1t speed and has not notbeen ROtb notbeen
been b en asked but there is an impression impressionthat Impre Impressionthat lon lontbat
that he needs Beaconing for a year el or ort1lO0 ortwo
I dont know kno any other way wa to get et etthese i ithese
these regular pitchers right t than by bypitching bypitchIng byp1tchIn 1
pitching p1tchIn them
remarked the
manager managerman manaJterman managerman
man this afternoon The plvslcal pt Islal con ¬
dition of Walker Gray and Reiellng Relelln RelellncouH
could not be hotter They are a re not yet yetreadyi yetread yetreadi
readyi read to curve but but they are re lit to be begin b bJln ¬
gin In getting their speed and control in ingames Ingames Ingames
games gamesilcAleor gamesJ gamesMeAleor
ilcAleor J leor heard indirectly from Groom
today tod toda and the Intelligence was U that
the dilatory one is on his way to the thecamp thecamp thecamp
camp here It will take Mm a week weekor
or ten days to get ready and II nd h he will milli
hanll hardly be available for exhibtJon
i before the team gets back to Washing ¬
ton °
Groom is badly needed for the de deOhto
parture ot Wftherup to Younrato Yofl w m
Ohto Oh io to Bonesetter
see Reese Ree e has re ¬
duced the twirling twlrlln staff to the three
veterans and Ohl and should any ny of
tli thns those se 50 0 lame 1am there would hardly be
enough material on hand tor or the ex ex11oIUons ¬
hibitions hibitionsn 1 11oIUonsTt
Tt Is not known when Kid Klberfeld
um 111 arrive but oven if he shouM be
here by y Saturday he h would not play as
Conoy on Ofloy oy will be kept at third untilthe untJ1 th the
Kid id is fully ready read readThe
The lineup Saturday Saturda against a1nat Norfolk or olk
will be Brown cantor Schaefer JtoeC
ond Gossler right ht Unglaub flrst L Lj L8
Inlt Jet Conroy thIrd McBride
j short = Uardy and Rapp catchers Wal aJ ¬
ker Rcfeling RcItJJin and Gray pitchers pitchersStreet pit pitjersStreet henJ henJStreet
Street In Background BackgroundCharley BackgroundharJf Backgroundharky
Charley harJf Street will III be kept In the
background l bBkg > rkground rOUnd because of his Impetuosity lMptuo tty
and Itnr because MrAI M MeAiser < < AIer r wants to look ooj over
Kapp and Hardy Hard an thoroughly a 8 pos posslblp 08 08s11o1
slblp s11o1 1b1 IH lsfOt Col
beforo the season opens He has hasa
a a couple of young catchers In mind mind17nt
tut will not bother with them if I his hisprrsent IWIprr d dprr3ent
prrsent prr 1ifn t staff flits II Us the > bill billRapps hiliRapp billRapps
Rapps Rapp throwing tbro1ln yesterday and today
was SH so > good that James Jam took another
t1 tTjnk t ink nk
about the disadvantages tllsadovanta of Bills
Had finger and Is wondering wondertn what he hetvH b bew1l
tvH do IT Bill iii develop a battln battlnstreak
streak in tho th I
exhibition games he h ig ignighty hITShty IsThgtity
nighty likely o be in our midst mi t for forromp foromp forrflp
romp rflp months yet et and great eat will 111 b be the thesure thetf theOT
tf or Flg Fggy Bottom
Hardy seems HernSiHmbl seemsinabIy
iHmbl inabIy sure of a berth
The weather we ther today is absolutely ideal
md d never was 1tl there a training place
wjicrp n jlr i r ro it was 1lII easier eAf r to get up a good ood
healthy sweat without the heat being
rppro8ivo rppr lIh as 3 it sometimes is in the th
Texas towns to 15 So far Norfolk has the
nulge TIJ t on anything the Washington club clubencountered clubtnfunt clubexieounterod
encountered tnfunt red in the weather line hi three threefasons threerasons
reasons in the Southwest SouthwestYALE SoUtJIWestYALE SouthwestYALE
Event Will Vi Probably Be Yearly YearlyFeature YearlyFeature YcailyFeature
Feature on Thames ThamesHereafter ThamesHereafter ThamesHereafter
Hereafter HereafterBOSTON HereafterBOSTON HereafterBOSTON
BOSTON March M HHarvard Harvard will 111 meet metl1aJ meetaIc
Yale 1aJ aIc in a yacht aeht mc raee in X New w London
harbor June S P > Just jUl t preceding p dIUt the an annual AlInuaI a anual ¬
nual HarvardYale crew contest Al Although tithough ¬ I Ithoush
though the Harvard Yaolrt Club had
just turned down th the Yale Yacht Clubs
deft the Binnacle Club a rival Harvard Harvardorganization Harvard1anlza1l0n Hansrdorganization
organization accepted the challenge challengewithout challengenithout
without delay I
This ra rae e will be probably a yearly
feature of the big Thames Tham regatta r atta The
< nagglup nab lu a crack Swmnp SWlUn SwiunMcott oott ott dory dorveuned doryC
euned C t fEd by S H Brown 10 of Marble MarbJead Marblecad
J cad ad will represent repre nt Harvard this year yearn yearTI
f n the th first ftr t intercollegiate > yaeht race
fvcr ailed
t I I I I e I 0 I I I t t It 0 1 I G I I I
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I ht 1 3l by the Associated JAteraT IAterary Prose in n thl tnitfd Stat Statea Canaa and f ra Hra1n A rg1ts Js rf rered erM
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I I t I I I I It J J J It It It I < < I I I I I
James J Jeffries the champion championheavyweight championheavyweight championheavyweight
heavyweight of the world has written writtenthe writtenthe writtenthe
the story stot of his life exclusively for forThe forThe forThe
The Times TimesBeginning TimesBeginning TimeaBeginning
Beginning today this autobiography autobiographywill
will run in in daily installments until untilcompleted untilcempleted untilcempleted
cempleted It will be found full of ofhumorous ofhumorous
humorous anecdote and delightful side sidelights sidelights sidelights ¬
lights on th the Big Fellow FellowCHAPTER FeUowCHAPTER FellowCHAPTER
Some KlRlitlasr IIIIl That the th Jeffrie JeffrieKamlly JcJTrlcnll JclTrlcsllniitlly
Kamlly nll IMil Hcforo My Il Time TimeJSRK TinicH llm llmH
JSRK RlC at t the start I want aut to say sayI lAYtht saythat
H I that I am an American all the theway theway
way 1 through th h I was born in inAmerica inAmerica InAmerica
America and so were ere all of my myforefathers myI mYIorCfatherj
forefathers I falhe for two full centuries ahead aheadof aheadoC aheadof
of we weUolnic 11Mlloln eecBeing
Being lloln an American AJR n I dont care a arap aIKII ar
rap r fer title Uu of heraldry A man is just justwhat justwhAt justwhat
what lie makes of himself hlm etC and nothing nothingetoe nothingelse
else 8 count Thats Tbat why Ive never giv given gl glYon ¬
en out before a few private details of ofthe oftko ofthe
the Jeffries family history that Im go going gofog ¬
fog to set down here hereIve hereive
Ive always been a great book reader readerWhen readerWhoa
When I was a youngster I used to hide liWea
a candle under my bed in my own room roomami roomll roomand
and light ll < < ht it ae soon BOOn as I was 8 left alone atoneand aloneand aloneand
and melt the bottom end and stick it on onmy onmy onmy
my bedpost Then Id lie in bed reading readinguntil r readinguntil adill adilluntil
until the birds began stirring t1rrlo in the thebranches thebranches thebranches
branches outside my window in n the theearly theearl theearly
early earl morning In those days I never neverthought neverthought neverthouaht
thought of writing a book myself For Forthat Forthat Forthat
that reason I never made a note of r the thethings thetbln thethings
things tbln Ive read ad about the Jeffries fans family talftlIy fansDy ¬
ily in my fathers tat hers od books or of the thestories lbestories theModes
stories Ive heard him ttll t l But the themost themeet themost
most Interesting things thtn J think still stillstick sUUUck atlUstick
stick in my memory memoryThe memoryThe memoryThe
The original stock of the Jeffries fan fanlly t9fIlIy fanIly
lly was Scandinavian or Norse r e Viking VikingIt
It has been traced back to IJorraandy in inthe Inthe Inthe
the year MO OO or just about there In In1ti6 Inlu
186 lu my ancestors went to England on a afighting afighting alightiisg
fighting trip with ltb William tao Conquer Conqueror ¬
or The family name was as spelled ac according according according ¬
cording to the owners taste in those thosedays tho thosedays e edays
days At first it was Gotifridus Go Crldus then
6 6cvrcRr 6cvrcRrwUtp t tup
wUtp up etj etjssTH
ssTH 11 SOS it itp vooZ vooZi4t <
i4t p SPP SPPstt p pLr
Tvtl stt U Lr Ft Or O RICHfeRp RK m44tks COuK OR O ttCH ttCHGodfrey L LGodfre tiG tiGGodfrey
Godfrey Godfre Godefrey and Goelfrey GOf > ftrt > y Later LaterIt
It went through new changes changesGa2eroy changesGa2eroyJekerey Gasfferor GasfferorJeJferey aaleroYJefterey
JeJferey Jeefferrey Jeffreys Jeffrey JeffreyJeffris JeffrayJeJfn JetCrayJcffris
Jeffris and Jeffries with a few te other othervariations othervarlaUona othervariations
Fettght F8 ht ia Crusades CrusadesThere CruadMThere CrnsadesThere
There is a radtttoa that a certain certainGofclfrey cectalftGO certaisGooffrey
Gofclfrey GO llrey fought in the Crusades Cru and andonce RDdonce aiedones
once saved ved the 16 ir of Richard Ooeur oeur ie de1101I doLiot ieI
I 1101I Ion when be ra a attacked by a bear bearIn bearIn beaiin
In the hills near Hi t ties city of JaNe J kill killins kUlIn killlag
ins In the t e bear wttr < his bl sword I never neverheard neverheard er erheard
heard much about b bsi Rr f T hunting ia Pal Palestine Palestine psiestine ¬
estine but there must have been bears bearsthere beanthere bearsthere
there in early days or where did the thebears thebears thebears
bears come from that bothered the theprophet thepropheot theprophet
prophet Elijah And A nd If there was a abear abear abear
bear in that cocmry you could depend
Long Lost Pitcher Starts From Fr om Iowa to Norfolk Norfolkerup NorfolkWith NorfolkWitherup With Witherup
erup Is Here and May Go to Youngstown for forTreatment forTreatmentRowing forTreatmentRowing
Treatment TreatmentRowing Rowing Situation Here
The Th lost fMIe e5 n ha has been found foundJoe foundJoe foundJoe
Joe Hvlik He the Washington IJtgton pitcher pitcherwhose pitcherwho pitcherwhoe
whose who e disappearance d act aC has made the thevanishing theV8ni8ld thevsnlehheK
vanishing V8ni8ld Dr Cook look took iMc like an actress actressseeking actre actreseekln actressseeking
seeking notoriety is finally locate1 locate1Lurking oCttt oCtttLurking ocstsi ocstsiLurking
Lurking like an outcast in the quietude quietudeof
of Oxford Junction Iowa throughout throughoutthe
the th winter Hovelik has finally decided decidedto
to quit hibernating and has notified notifiedI DoUftedPrHklent notthedPreekiest
I President Noyes oyes that he will 111 start for forNorfolk tororiolk forNorfolk
Norfolk today todayWhy todayWhy todayWhy
Why he has been at t Oxford Junction Junctionand Junctionand Junctlonand
and why he has not started earlier ea 11cr are areto areto areto
to Sir Josephs mind mere detail for forhe Corhe forhe
he explained nothing but sattoHed him himself hlmselr himself ¬
self with the announcement that he wilt wlHbe wiltbe wiltbe
be at t Norfolk within the next fiw fo w days daysMcAleer da8McAI dajsMeAlcer
McAleer McAI r had about given I up hope of ofgetting otett ofetttag
getting ett In touch with Hovelikbut Hoveltk Nt now nowthat nowthat nowthat
that the pitcher has relented he will be bea beIcome beas
a as welcome Icome as a reduction in the coot cootof COIItor costof
of living livingPhilander Uv ng ngPhllan
4 4philander
Philander Phllan er Knox jr Is 1 breaking all allrecords Allrdfi allrecords
records rdfi for selling Mllln automobiles says ys a aspecial aspedal aspecial
special from providence Tether that thatbovine thAtbolne thatbolne
bolne beyond the entrance entranceItoy entra entranceI entranceItoy Cc CcnOY
+ I
Itoy Witherup IUI rul has not withered up upThe upThe upThe
The young pitcher reached here hl this thisi thtsmomlnJ thismorning
i morning from Norfolk with a letter from fromMcAleer fromcAleer fromMcAleer
McAleer cAleer to 0 President Noses No CfI suggesting suggestingthat smge8t smge8tthat
that the player be sent to Youngstown YoungstownOhio YounownOhio YoungstownOhio
Ohio to hf examined by an osteopath osteopathSince osteoptLthSince osteopathSince
Since the team reported Witherup Vitherupnot ha hanot has hasnot
not been able to do himself hhl eU justice as ashfcj asbia ashis
his arm nit has troubled him every time he hehas heallfmptM hohas
has attempted to throw a ball ballWhether ballWhether ballWhether
Whether the th > Ohio bone bender will Ill be beable beabl bealsi
able abl to cure him wilt not be known knownuntil knownuntil knownuntil
until after the examination but the thepitcher thepltchtr thepitcher
pitcher will prooalriy be sent to Youngs Youngstown YOUftgSto Voungstown ¬
town to n without dtJay dtJayThe da daTIlt dcayThe
The Navy avy Department has received a areport areport areport
report of a gunboat being robbed That Thatsounds Thatnds Thatsounds
sounds nds like the story about Out a fire en engine cnine engine ¬
gine ine station heir belrg burned burnedThe burnedThe burnedThe
The imperative demand for a federa federation federation fedoralion ¬
tion of the rowing IOwln interests of Wash Washington ash a8hgton ashbsgton ¬
ington gton ha has n never ver been more conclusively conclusivelydemonstrated conclusivelydemonstrated onduslelJdemonstrat
demonstrated than at the present time timewhen timewhen timewhen
when an effort is i being bein made mad to bring bringhere bringbere bringhere
here th t the most attractive attr cUe of All aquatic aquaticfigures aquatift aquaticfiguresthe
figures ft figuresthe lfesthe the nation regatta regattaThere r regattaflierc attl attlThere
There are in the th Capital two boat boatSpring boatSpring boatSpring
Spring Weight WeightOverco WeightOvercoats i iI
I Overcoats Overco OvercoatsE ts tsE a aE
E B Overcoats are supreme supremein
in style as well as in quality Big Bigvariety Bigvariety Bigvariety
variety at 10 to 35 35EISEMAN 35EISEMAN 33ISIMAN
7thanc 7th and E 3Sts Sts
H who are eagerly awaiting the putting out of our ourH ourfamous
H famous famousIIBOCK H Hwe
II we are pleased pleasedti to t announce announcethat announcethat II IIi
that thatH thatThursday
H i Thursday March 17th is isH isthe tj
II H the day dayI dayFINE dayFINE
Send your orders ° early eafl eaflSupply earlyAnnual
H Supply limited limitedAnnual
Annual Event EventAnnual
Annual Treat TreatS TreatWasningto
S 1 IT V9f l > gii giiI
I Wasliingtosi Brewery Co y y4th fr fr4th
4th F Sts N E Phone Lincoln 254
jclttbe I du clubs each pro INOIIP9Cout < ou and each entlra entlrafxiastlc eeetlhaj
elastic j but the absence of cooporatknt cooporatkntin
in a common cao cutIe e as in the be present t ta tatjtnce tatnee Istenet
tenet is a distinct dmwte drawback c PhHwdel Ph PhIffila Philadelphia PhHwdelphla
phla has her Scbuylkill nary and ad Bal Baltimore Baltimore Batimore ¬
timore her Patupeco Patps < > navy while IB I al altnnet 1most 1 1Intlt
most every ev ry city th that t fosters COfIt more than thanone tbIIOne thanone
one rowing rowtn r organization there Is an un understandinc gadnstandlD Understandang
derstandinc that In cases where there lh re ia iamutual Ismutual I ImutWLt
mutual benefit to be derived all will act actae actone actas
ae < < one oneThat oneThat oneThat
That there tb41 are ar certain obstacle to toconcerted toeoIIcerted toconcerted
concerted efforts here Is quite apparent apparentbut
but those th ee are far from insurmountable insurmountableand iftSU insurmountableand ratOun table tableand
and Itto It Is the duty of those who have havetne havetbe havethe
the interests of the sport at h heart art rt to tobrinr tobrln tobring
bring brln r about a better understanding under tanctlng tanctlnga3hl
Washington a3hl ton wants a regatta re atta and andthoroughly andthoroughly andthoroughly
thoroughly deserves it but so loan Ion u uI asI
I those interested mtle ted in rowing rowID Call to cet cetall et t tan
I I all of their own enthusiasts eRthu tuts under underi
i I I single banner they can hardly expect to toenlist tot
t I enlist the unanimous unantm us support of those thoseanxious thoHanx thoseanxious
anxious anx OWI to help the regatta In the same sameproportion sameproportion
proportion as they tbe would any other othersport ethersport othersport
sport for sport s sake sakeLet sakeLet sakeIAt
Let all the o or onen r nen en and their asso associates wedt ¬
ciates dt combine aid ad they will 01 And but butlittle butlittle
little difficulty m arousing r the clvk clvkprfde clv clvprkIe c1vhpride
pride of those VH t are In a position to toassure toftNUre toassure
assure the to nnancia 1ftanct success of the un ¬
dertaking dertakingWith dertaJdR dertaJdRwith
4 4WIth
With the sWV tr about endedMlI ended phila
delptatans can a r t CAtch up with the thenews thenewS thenews
news about the ithletics and PfaUIteI PfaUIteand Phillies Philliesand
and 041 then resume resv their slumber slumberCan slumberC slumberCan UlllberCan
I Can labor reform C Philsdeiphiar asks
the th Philadelphia Ledger That would
be a horrible burden to place on al almost 1 1moat ¬
I most any human institution according
to our notions notionsi
i 1 T TK K
upon anybotly connected with the Jet Jeffries Jetfries t ttrtes ¬
fries family to find it itThis ItThIs Itis
This is old Goeffrey may mayor or may not nothtve nothLve nothave
have beex an ai ancestor ance tor of mine and Ill Illnot 111nut Illnut
nut try to nil these pages JA < < es wit It record recordaxtending record8Xtendln recordextending
extending 8Xtendln back a thousand years Ill IllFta 111Ftat Illstvj
Fta Ftat t with the first of my family wl wlo wloatMo wIocame o ocamo
came to America lie was Robert Jet Jeffrico Jf JfCriM Jetfries
fries named after some Norman Eng EnsJ Englists ng ngIteh
lists J ancestor away back In the year 11 11whose nwttoo 11O 11Owhose
whose name was n spelled Rolf Godefroy GodefroyThis GodefroyThis todetroyThis
This Robert Jeffries was born in Wilt Wiltehire Wiltslie lIt lItsbire
ehire England in 18W His father was wasJohn wasJ wasJohit
John J Jeffries of Wiltshire England E land a acountry aeounlry acountry
country gentleman n and landed proprie proprietor ¬
tor whose family traced its It descent di directly dlr direetly ¬
rectly r tly back to the tenth century and anda
a cousin of o Jude Jud < < e George Jeffrey or orJefercyc orJeCerta orJeCercys
Jefercyc or or Jeffries Baron of Wem WentChief Wemeb Wemhkt
Chief eb hkt t Juvtke of o England under Kim KimCharles KI KICharles ICingCharles
Charles II and Lord Chancellor under underJames underJIUttN underJames
James II who died a prisoner In the theIVwar theTewer
IVwar 1 wer of London L4n4 n t 1868 I He was a aterror aterror aterror
terror and took de Lht In condemning condemningpeople condemotagpeople COSdCfl5fll5lpeople
people to death or voture in batches of ofa ota ofa
a dozen at a time timeHave thReeMove tuneMove
Move to Virginia VirginiaRobert VirginiaRoIIet VirginiaRobert
Robert Jeffries came ea to America IN INthe 1ftthe lasthe
the year Mil l and JICI llttlod < tlod at Uplands Uplandsnow Uplandnuw
now Chester Pennsylvania where beee he hedied bedied heshed
died in 17J riJt leaving a large family familySeveral familyStleral fansilySeveral
Several of his ha sons 80 afterward move moved < < to toVinciitte toVinci toVirghsIs
Vinciitte Vinci where they the became large plan plantat rIntat plaittat
tat ion owners and slave ave holders sad sadtook nd ndk udtork
took < k part JJa in the aristocratic Rl ttoeratlc pleasures pleasuresof
of the times They fought bravely bravelythrough bravelythrough 1 1tbrOUfh
through the RevelHtton and 00 the War of orand ofbl
112 bl and when things were dull did a aUttie alittle i ittle
little ttle Indian rtshttns htlDK and a lot of bunt buntHH hunttag 1 1lag
HH lag in the Wilds WildsIt I IIt
It has always been the pride of the theJeffries theJeffries theJeffrles
Jeffries tamD family that no Jeffries has ever everbeen ev evMfII everbeen
been known to break his word My great greatndtather greatgrandfather Kreatgrandfather
grandfather ndtather William Jeffries sacrificed sacrificedhis
his whole fortune to save his honor H Hwas He Hea 110was
was a planter living livln on a splendid plan plantation plantatlon plantation ¬
tation at the head h 3d of the Shenandoah Shenandoaltvalley
valley 511 11 He had several veral hundred broad broadacres broad8cret1 breedacres
acres of the finest land In Virginia Vir lna and andthirty andthirty andthirty
thirty slaves slav lived in the quarters He Hew Henot Hewass
w wass not of f a sporting IIp rtlnlt urn himself but butM buttr butiu4
tr iu4 M jt of f the young Virginians around aroundhim aroundbbn aroundhits
him were reckless young bloods who whoccnsicert whocci whoccnsiorod
ccnsicert cci ertd i it rather a point of pride to togamble toamble togamble
gamble large Jar e sum I > um on horse race One Oneof OneUte Oneat
of at these Ute e cavaliers got heavily heIJ Into debt debtpnd debtend
end asked William Jeffries to go his hissurety hissurety
surety for tWOOO 000 which was an enor
Charley King to Receive ReceiveHonors ReceiveHonors ReceiveHonors
Honors If Roy Gill Is IsSuspended IsSuspended IsSuspended
Suspended SuspendedAccording SuspendedAceonllng SuspendedAccording
According to a high b facial in the theA theA theA
A A A U Roy GW the crack Mercers Mercersberp Mercersberg lerc9l1ber
berg ber Academy A sprinter Sl ritMw will mst nM > 8t likely likelydraw likelydn lIkelydraw
draw dn w a tklrtrday suapenaton 8U for ron ronn TUIInlng ronsing
sing n n under th t the e colors of the Maryland MarylandAthletic MarylandAthletic UarylaDdAthletle
Athletic Clb C1 in th the big meet at Bald Baltimore Bt Baldstore tl tll ¬
more l OIe last SsAuray tu avontnp and Charley CharleyKins CharJ CharJKine CharleyICing
ICing of the Washington Grove Athletic AthleticAssociation AthleticASIIOCltkm Ath1OtICAssociation
Association win be awarded the tk wla wlaners WI WIers wlnnors
ers medal and a d title a c ltoyud yard da dabampkm dash dashchampion h hchampion
champion of the south Atlantic AtJ RtJe branch branchof
of o th tho A A U UGUI UGill I IGUI
GUI Is alleged all etI to have run in violation viotettoaof
of the rule which forbids any scholastic ocbolaaticathlete Mbolaet1eAthlete scholasticathlete
athlete to run with an athletic club clubuntil clubuntil
until the end of the school term unless unlessin
in a dosed event King Ktll was second ee < 0n4 man manin 1IIBaIn manin
in Ute race in question and will probably probablyreceive probAblyreeelye probablyreceive
receive the title and medal previously pceY10ualylIivCn previouslygiven previouslygiven
given to GUI When seen this thl morning morningKu
Ku K II < stated that he would take no noband DOlid nobaed
band lid In the matter tter and would b be more morethan morethan n re rethan
than glad 1a4I to have Gill clear himselfof himselfofthe hSmeIClorthe
the charges nee a bettor man than I Ian 1atr Ian
an atr said the th Washingtoniai and I 1n Irnt
n 4 > i not like the th idea of taking takin the thetiophy thetl thetiCpby
tiophy tl play from him himYoung himToung himYoung
Young John L 1 Sullivan of Westfleld WestfleldMass Wf WesteidMw tiIld tiIldWIUItI
Mass who ho has been across aelO 8 the water waterfor watfrfor waterfor
for several end years won another battle battlen
n Liverpool Kmrlsnd the other night nightHe nightHf nightHe
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wagon and six horses boo and with little littleetoe littleelse
else but his rifle trekked out late what whatwas WR3ts whatwag
was s then the wilderness with his h l moth motherless motberleu mothcrises ¬ I
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away the virgin vl forest to make his hisfarm h hisfarm I Ifrm
farm He H married again after a time timeand U Uand timeand
and reared many children out there on onthe enthe I Ithe
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Little Bits of News and Comment CommentAbout CommentAbout CommentAbout
About the Athletes and Happenings HappeningsIn
In the Sport Realm of This Country
Connie Mack K gave ve up Rube Wadddl Wadddlas
as a bad b job so Jack OConnor is hardly hardlyUteely hardlyUUly hardlylIkely
lIkely c accomplish much by b putting puttingthe pattingthe t tthe
the eccentric player on probation probationThe JKOGUoIIThoP probatlosS probatlosThe I
The Bootoa Nationals have canceled canceledthe
the game me with the Canton Ca toll Ohio dub dubfor dubtor clubtot
for April prI 11 They vfl m play Canton CantonSunday nton ntonSunday
Sunday Suada April M arid then th go di directly direetly Ii ¬
rectly home to play Providence ProvidenceBilly ProrldeaceBilly ProvidenceS ProvidenceBilly
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Billy Burke the Boston National Nationalplayer Nationalpayer tioDaJ tioDaJparer
player wax pleasanth Dtb remembered on onthe ORthe
the eve of his I 8 departure for the South SoutkUta
His brother the Rev Jamos Jsm 1 Burke of
SC St Pauls Church of Worcester pre prefented pcelleoted pronested
nested him with a 8 gold old watch and Bel his
Clinton friends gave him hi a handsome handsomeset
set of cuff buttons and scarf 8dLrlptft pin in aa aaaluminum analuminum D Daluminum
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The April number of the t 4 Baseball BaseballMagazine BaM BseIUMagazine U Uazi
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lefthanded hitters bitt Including Clarence ClarenceBeaumont Ctuea CtueaBeauMOllt ClarenceBeaunsoitt < <
Beaumont but only one of t thorn throws t row rowlerthAaded
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TV Cobb C is I a great worker in i spring springpractice sprtasractice sprintpractice
practice It is a cinch that ate i ball ballJ hallplayinJ basilplayiarr
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Dixieland claims cl credit t for producing pr clag
two of the presentday speed marvels
I Tyrus Cobb and Trig Speaker
with awe we by the frontiersmen tront He could couldkeep couldkeep couldkeep
keep books and It was told as a sort sortof sortor sortof
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My own grandfather grated father James 1 Jeffries Jeffriesfor Jeftriesfor JeIlrleIIfor
for whom I was mured was one of the thechildren tlterhildren theeli
children eli lldren who made e the journey jounIeyVJrginta from fromVirginia
Virginia in the sixhorse sixlH prairie schc schccr erhoos erhoosor eii eiiHe
cr He was born AnOU axross the street front frontcl f trollscli
cli cl 11 I Culpeper court hone at C tlposr ctera tlposrVa
Va a and was eight t yean > old when the thefamily Utefamily thefamily
family went to Ohio 0 He wasnt wa t a schol scholar ¬
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nong tnln the husky husk = bordermen of his day dayje aY aYhe
he je JE was renowned for his prodigious prodigioustrength wodt1ouI5rrEDgth prodigioustrength
< trength When Whenbe he was six years eIS oH 011Je oHe j je
Je > e could drive a fourbors team When Whengr Wisesgrew beta betaJrvW
< gr grew w up he was six feM and two twoinches twoindles twoinches
inches tall and weighed 30 pound pou and andro andro INI
ro one in all that country could Equal equalhis < iual iualTus
his foals t MJi of o lifting lie was noted too toof toofor
f for < ir the fact t tha he never drank d dHnoked thankrnokod drankMnokedswore
Mnokedswore Hnoked swore wore or lied m his life He Hewas Hewu Hewas
was In great demand for setting Mt DI the theheavy theNWY thenvy
heavy NWY logs when the settlers met et to toriuild tohuild tomild
mild eahins for each h other 1ft < n the thefriendly t trrifnctl thefriendly
friendly way Wa of that day His favorite favoritesport vorKe vorKeport orit oritport
port was wrestling wreact and no man ia I M Wpart Ida Idapart
part of the he countnr could Id throw blat Ho Howat Hewar Ie IeWaf
war the acknowledged AeI ewled champion baJa Kath Jo1l Jatber Jatbersays Mr MrNY r rsays
says that his Ita fists were much JD h bigger biggerthan tAmrthaa biggerthan
than mine
Grandfather GraDdfat er Harries HarriesMy Kar KarMy MarriesMy
My grandfather stayed on his fathers fathersfarm fathertanK fathersfarns
farm until he was twentyfour twe tYCeur when he hemarried hemarried w wMarried
married Mary Banadum the daughter daughterof t tot
of another frontier fron ler farmer and sot up upa Qa upa
a home of his own In their log cabin cabinsixteen cabinsixteen cabinsixteen
sixteen feet square their fourteen chil children eblldren ehildress ¬
dren WAre ww born The fourth son re received received received ¬
ceived the t highly romantic name Alexto k1ex k1exCehon
Cehon Jeffries This was my tether ft er H Hgrew Ik IkIN Hegrew
grew IN bUr and powerful pow rul like aU the oth other oUaer othor ¬
er men of the Jeffries family
When my m father married he and his htowife iliawife hiswife
wife went ent twenty tw n y mile mlJ away from the theold tlMoW theold
old folks to a home ome of their own on 811balr a ahalf ahaif
half cleared farm of TM acres not far farfrom tarfrem farfrom
from Carroll Ohio There they tbe built 1NtItoJ a ahwr alos
los oJ cabin oC two stories MorieeMy storieslily oriM oriMly
My ly father lath < < was a a devout churchgoer churchgoerfor dtarc g er erfor
for n many any ny years but anally turned evan evangfltot eYaIIJlfl evangelist
gfltot Jlfl t and preached l m the open atr de declaring deelarln doelating ¬
elating elarln that churcbee were eie a imlcas ex expense erKpenH mcpease ¬
penH and that the money spent on onthem onthem onthem
them should be devoted to the poor pO < < te teTltle 11Istaad isstead
stead staadTitle steadTitle
Title of ToHiorroxvn Chapter ChapterMnke 1 1fake IMake
fake a Good Start
Tommy TOlD Murphy lturp y has posted + 51SW 1 lN and andchalhmged andeleDged andchallenged
challenged Ad Wolgast to flght pat tor the thelightweight theng theIIgtweLgMt
lightweight ng tweigtat cnaMpionsftip cnaMpionsftipJoe
Joe 7ergnaon 1 and Max Baker Ball of Boa Boston BoatOIl Boaton ¬
ton are mtch matched tcDed d to box at the Avon A AvesAthletic AvonAthletic TOtt TOttAthleUr
Athletic Club Brooklyn tonight tonightReport toIItI tonightS tonightReportij t tReports
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Report come from San Sa s Franctoco that thatJames thatJ thatJaas
James Jaas J Coroth has secured MC1I a square squarebiook 8qUUfblock squarebloek
block of 0 ground OWId at Twelfth and Market Marketstreets Marketthat Markestreets
streets that city where he win erect erecta er t ta
a gigantic building bulld for holding Mxl MxltehaIId boxingmatches boxing boxingmatches
matches tehaIId and other athletic carnivals carnivalsThe canahalaThe carnivalsThe
The Empire J Athletic Crab of Kansas KansasCity KaMaaClt7 KansasClty
City is trytac to match Tommy T Mur Murphy Murphy Murplay ¬
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Billy Reynolds Reynoh < ba II has matched tdMtd Tommy
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Tom Lancaster in twenty rounds roundsDublin at atDublin a aDublin <
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Al Rcgers in one of the preliminaries preliminariesto
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