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WASHINGTON LOSES LOSESFIRST LOSESTODAY
FIRST FIRSTNationals GAME TODAY TODAYNationals
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third base Speaker Spe ker center field Stahl Stahlfirst StahlftrS1 Stahlf
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right field Hooper left field Carri Carrisan Carrlgan G arri arrigan
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walked likewise e Schaefer LeI Lettvoltpopped HItpopped LoiiveitP
popped P p to w Wagner after failing at a asacrifice afa asacrifice
sacrifice fa rIGce Etfaerfeid fouled to StahLDig StahlDig Stahl StahlBis
Dig hand for Doc Qessler who died viaGrotto via viaCiootte Yiaicotte
Grotto icotte to StahL Two left I t very sad sad2sO sadco
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Boston McConnell walked without wttiMMItEtrike a astrike aEtrlke
strike Lord sacrmeed Oberitn Obed to Tin Tinglaab UnGlaub uuglaub
Glaub Speaker singled to left fool s i JiB fleescoring Itaescoring JiBrIDg
scoring rIDg McCooneU Stahl out McBride McBrideto
to Unglanb A wild pitch pat Speaker Speakeron
on n third Wagner out oM UnataHb U to Ober Oberlin er1m Obernfl
nfl ONE O RUN one left peatSECOND leftSECOND eftSECOND
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on pretty throw by Wagner W to Stahl StahlStreet Stailiftr StahlStreet
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KO RUNS RTJXSBoston RUNSB08toa RUNSBoeton
Boston Niles Nile N e8 thrown out by McBride McBrideliooper KcBrldeIfoo McBrideJiooper
liooper Ifoo r singled past McBride e who was wascrowed wasEowed wassowed
crowed up by the heavy going g go4n Carri Canit Carrivan Can1fan
t van an skied to feaster Clcottes weak weakdrive weakrhe weakdrive
drive rhe fell dead in the mud for a stogie
I letween rtween borne and third McConnell
fli fljd d to toiJaD Milan NO RUNs R INS two left leftHIRD left1HIRDVashfngton leftTHIRDWashington
1HIRDVashfngton HIRD Washington Oberlin fanned
man singled sin ed to center and took second secondon
on Schaefers single le to the same me spot
IeliveH I Jiveit died d Wagner aguer to Stahl j jwild A real realwHd realwild
wild pitch scored Milan and put Schaef Schaefer ¬
r er < r on third Elberfeid out Lord to toStahl toStahl
Stahl One run one left leftBoston leftoMon leftBoston
Boston Lord stepped away up to the
first fj ball pitched and drove It to left for forthree forthree forthree
three bases Street made a agreat peat sere seresingled catch
dl i the stand 011 Speakers o foal Stetscicgled Stets Ismgled
singled to left scortna Lord Wagnerfiied Wagner Wagnerfiled
filed to LeHvdt Street made another anothersensational IUlCKbert1tiatioDal anothert
sensational t foul catch tda this time off
Niles il and close t > Washington Wasbin n bench benchOne benchOne
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FOrTRTH FOLRTHWashmpoa FOURTFIWas Vashhiston ulnston Oessier filed to
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McBrwJe MtBr lrBr de called out on strikes No runs runsnone ruIIIInone runsnone
none left leftBoston leftBostonHooper
noneBostonHooper
Boston BostonHooper Hooper thrown out by Schaef Schaefer
er Carrigan died Elberfeld to Unfttaafa Unfttaafaglaub
Cicotte WU easy far Schaefer er and tD tDglaub Unglaub
glaub No runs none left leftFIFTH leftFIFTH leftFIFTH
FIFTH IXTOG IXNINGWadriagton Washington street streetout Streetout Streetout
out Lord to Stahl Stah OberlIn grounded groundedout 1S1 ocd ocdcut
out to StahL Milan flied to Nues No Noruns Noruns o oruna
runs none left leftBoston 1etL1IcConDeIJ leftEoste
Boston McConnell out Schaeger er to
rngt c Inglaub nglaub Lord popped to ElberfeMSpeaker Elberfdder ElberfeM ElberfeldEpeaker
Speaker er flied to Milan Xo rune T1IM none noneSekefer
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Schaefer FansSIXTH Fans FaacSIXTH FaasSIXTH
SIXTH KfNIXGWashington nfNlliGW OD Schaffer Schaf Schaffer Schaff
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for McConnell and Dd StahL Elberfeid Elberfeidflied Elberteldtlifd EiberfeMflied
flied to Hamper Xo runs none left leftBoston JettBoston leftBoston
Boston Stahl bunted and Ungtaub Ungtaubmuffed UDgiaubmuffed Ungleobrnuffed
muffed Streets St throw when Stahl ran raninto nDInt raninto
into nt him Hard hick error for Ungtaub UngtaubVasner Un UnglaubWagner IallU <
Wagner U aoner hit into a douMe play McBride McBrideto
to Schaeffer to Ungiaub McBride threwout threw threw1out threwout
out Niles No runs none left JenSEVENEH leftSEVE leftSEVENTH
SEVENTH SEVE h IX3CBW5 I XDG W WGfssIer Washingtonreasle Washington WashingtonOessier
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fnfrtaub rn laub McBride threw opt Carrigaa Carriganherltn CarrigaaOT
OT herltn rlin knocked kDOCk Clcottes grounder to toElberfeid toElberfekl toI
Elberfeid I who threw him out at first arato
No o runs none left leftEIGHTH leftEIGHTH leftE
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unassisted Milan filed to Hooper HooperSrftaeffer HooperS
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BostonMcConnell safe on EHberfelds Eldbe EHberfeldsTor ekls eklsr
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ted 1 as Speaker bunted and was wassafe wassafe I Isafe
safe when Unglaub dropped Elberfelds Elberfeldsr Elberfeldsgod
r god od throw Stahl hit by pitched ball ballfciling balltfling I
fciling ding the bases Wagner W Der hit weakly weaklyto
to the box and McConnell woe forced forcedat I
at a t the plate Ofaerlin to Street Xite Xiteforced Niles Nilesflrced Ileg Ilegforced
forced Wagner W McBride to Srhaeffer SrhaefferNo Sr ae
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singled in l lo right t putting Elberfeld on onond ODod onond I
> ond od Ungiaub U fouled to Lord Mc Xeride Mcride JIIejEr
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Totals TotaIsn r rYashtagton 31 3 i 1 1 1 1W 1tt
W YashtagtonBoston Yashtagton onm 1 1 1 4 1 111 111Boston 11 i iBo8toa
Boston 1 I 1 f fSummary I 1 S 4 x 3 3SummaryEarned
Summary SalnmaryXnMd Earned rune IUII8 Boston 1 1First L LFirst I
First base by errors eroreBoston Boston 3 Washington Wash WIUIhin Washungtoe ¬
tOll in L Left eft on bases basesBoston ot Boston 7 7Washington 7W 7tvashigton
Washington W oa i First base on balte balJ8O balJ8OCi bellsOfticette < Off OffCicotte
Ci Cicotte tte 3 Oberitn Obe > ihn L Struck out oatBy oatByI By ByIcotte
I Icotte 5 S Three T1Ireebaile base hit bttLonL Lord Sacri Sacrifice snte 5ecrifire ¬
fire e hit I 5LonI hitsLord Lord 2 Oberlin 1 Double Doableplav DoubleplaysMcBride Doubleplays
plays playsMcBride McBride to Schaefer to Ungiaub UngiaubHit CtiHit
Hit by pitcher pitcherBy By Oberlin 1 WIN vOdpitches WINPitc WildpitchesOberli4
Pitc pitchesOberli4 pitches Obertta 1D l Cicotte L Umpires UmpiresOineen UIBIire8Dineen UmpireaDineen
Dineen and Connelly Time of game pmel pmelhQur 1 1hour ihour
hour and M < minutes minuteBOAT minutesBOAT miDvtesBOAT
BOAT RACE THURSDAY THURSDAYAXNAPOUS THURSDAYA
r ANNAPOLIS A NAPOLIS Md April n 1111 ft was wasaniiouaoed wasDQed wasannounced
announced DQed thte morning that the NaryDepartment Navy NavyDepartment Navyt
Department t had approved the rowing rowingof
of f the HarvardNaval Harvanl aval Academy race rarear raceii
ar ii Thursday Thur dJY < instead jn tead of f Saturday SatuT ay the the1cr therc theer
rc er < 1cr watch V 1ich it had hi i first rst nx axed HJ for or it itONIGHT It ItN itYel
ONIGHT Yel li Vi i
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BASEBALL BASEBALLPresident
President ideDt Herrmann nn is with Presi President President i ideRt ¬
dent Tom Lynch In keeping the I Iraplten photographers photog photographers ¬
raphers oK the ball field d during ti g the thegame thesame
game In New York test week the Beaton Bos Boseral Bocta
ta playas were IDtederrnd with sev sevenaI several
eral times by the camera artists crowd crowdma crowdIII crowdlag
III ma around third t lrd base and the home homeplate eDteplate homeplate
plate plateManager plateXlUlaCer plateManager
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Manager Donovan says The T e Red BedSox RedSox RedSox
Sox are one of the finest aHre aJIr9WlMl aJIr9WlMlI allroundteams ad adteams
teams I ever looked at I am 111 satisfied satisfiedto
to take m my chances without a stogie stogiechange shtgledIaIItIe singlechange
change during the season as we have haveseveral aaeaevenJ haveseveral
several fine players ready to Jump in infat IIIID inin
fat case of sickness or injury Its a apleasure apIea apleasure
pleasure managing such a ball club clubHeavy clubHeaY7 clubHeavy
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Heavy rains and watersoaked w Gked GkedIt grounds groundsmade grenademade
made it impossible Jmpo to ply play aay y of the thebaseball tiletMa8ebaU thebaseball
baseball games scheduled ached uIed fat the Hast Kastyesterday HastYftltenlay Distyesterday
yesterday in either the National or orthe orthe orthe
the American Leaguers < If weather er per permits permIt permite ¬
mite the games win be played off today todayThe todayvo todayThe
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The unfavorable vo weather r disappointed disappointedthousands disappointedthoutandn
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thousands In New York the National Nationalseason
season was to have opened with two twogames twop twogamee
games one at the Prno PrnoGrounds Polo Grounds InManhattan in inManhattan InXanuaD
Manhattan between the o Bostons and andthe adtile andthe
the New Yorks and one e in ta Brooklyn Brooklynwith BrooktnwtOI Beokiynwith
with the PhiladetpMas PbIbMIeI sill The isin tOllS Bostonswere Bo tOllSwere Boetonewere
were stormbound an day In their hotel hoteland Aotdad hoteland
and the Philadelphians Phlla4elp laPa did not arrive arrivetat arrivem arrivein
tat New Yrok YrokIn YrokIn YrokIa
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In Boston where the American League Leaguewas L gue guewas
was to have opened with the Bottom BottomptayiiHr Boteesplaying ea eaplayl
playing f the Nationals there was an another another another ¬
other disappointment di and at Shlbe Park Parkhi ParIcin ParkIn
in Philadelphia a where the PhUadelphias PhUadelphiaswere
were to have opened with the New NewYorks NewYOks NewYorks
Yorks it was no batter batterCatcher better betterCatcher ter terCatcber
Catcher Ossle Schreckeogost 5c not Song Songago Jongago longago
ago famous as the battery partner of ofHube ofRube ofRube
Rube Wadded Wa delI was sold last sight to toLouisville toLeuvine toLouisville
Louisville by the Columbus dub with withwhich wliwdch wihwhich
which he played last season seasonTom BeaeoTom neeeonTom
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Tom Tuckey the lefthanded pitcher pitcherof er erof
of the tit Boston Bo uton Nationals was released releasedby r aedby
by Manager Fred Lake He will go to tothe tothe tothe
the Waterbury aterburTteam team of the Connecticut ConnecticutLeague eoalMCtkiatLeape ConnecticutLague
League LeapePrMtdeDt LaguePresident j jPresident
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President Thomas J Lynch Is not slotbaddng notbacking BOtbackInt
backing water on his order to keep keepstaff keepstaff p petaft
staff photographers pIIet off the pfaytog field fieldonce Wdoaee heldonce
once a game e Is started and is going to tocarry tocarry tocarry
carry out this rule ruleLynch ruleI ruleLynch
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Lynch has refused to assign National NationalLeague NationalLeague tJo l luplres
League umpires to anyc any college games gamesor
or exhibition contests CODt during the playing playingseason piay piayMaOD playingseason
season saying that if anything was to tohappen tobappeI1 tohappen
happen to these men while picking up upsome upIJOIDe upsome
some extra money the blame would w re react re react react ¬
act on Oftalm him Assigning umpires for col college coIe college ¬
lege e contests COftt to not the pleasantest t task taskm kIn taskiR
In m the world as the undergraduate undergraduateagelS managers man manthey
agelS always t1l turn III a I list of Ute men BteIIthey menthey
they do not want waJl y and 1 bespeak bed the theservices theaervIce8
services of arbitrators i it is impossible impossiblefor IWefor
for them to toThe get getThe getThe
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The Jersey y City dub is to be strength strengthened streBgtheDed strengthened
ened in the near future by the he addition additionof
of two major leaguers h rs Jack Knight of ofthe ofthe
the Highlander is slated to play short shortfor Bbortfor shortfor
for the Shooters Ske ters who also have been beenpromised eeAprombecl beenpromised
promised Infielder 3Cyers by the Boston BostonAmericans BostonA BostonThe BostonAmericaae
Americans AmericansThe A AmericaaeThe
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The baseball U management at Colum Columbia Cohnnbia Cohrmhia ¬
bia University lnlv ty is so well pleased with withBlue withtbol withthe
the wo work c or Dave Fultz as coach of the theBlue theBlue
Blue and White squad this season that thatesforts thatefOlt8 thatefforts
efforts will be made to retain himthe him for forthe forthe
the next three years Fultx has had hadi had1IIOIe hodnuccean
mere nuccean 8UCC with the team 1ft th the e ea y yMaSOD
season i games p than any previous coach coachhas coachbu coachhas
has had on Morningside J freights t m the thepat thepat thepast
pat Art fiv ft fo years 781 and Is binding up th thfoundation the thefouDdatloft thefoundation
foundation of a good nine for next sea season en sehson ¬
son n He te spending > a great deal ofi ofitime ortime oftime
time In developing pltcbere pitchers pttehe for m this thisnotably thisnt thusdepartment
department nt the CoIUlDbtaloIi have 1 eeRJtOtabIY beennotably
notably weak weakIf 1a the past pastIt pastIf
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If Pitcher Ceveleskle l can find that thatrecipe atrecipe thatrecipe
recipe he fed the Giants In IMS l the CIa Chrcinnati Cincinnati CIacbmatl ¬
cinnati Reds will be a hard teas to tobeat tobeL tobeat
beat beatOutsMe beatOutside
beL0at +
OutsMe of mmsmg a few trains and andgetting andgettIIIr andgetting
getting lest now and the then Bwgs liney lineymsnd Bay Baynwnd RaymeDII
nwnd of the Giants is attending attendingstrictly atteII attendingstrictly tg tgtrlcdy
strictly to business businessPrank HINFraak bssinesaFrank
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Prank Smith of the White Whitepitched So Sopitched Sox SoxpttelKJd
pitched 365 innings Itm last 1aetwas season which whichwas c
was sixty more c innings Dg8 than t any y other otherAmerican otherAmericaa oti otiAmerican r
American League L pitcher pitcherOn pitcherOn
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On account of a fire at his Newark Nescarkyeric Newarkirk XewarkDdt
Ddt irk in which he lost I new cap Iron Ironfire IroaJaaD IronMan
Man Joe MeGlnntty has or8llhed a aftre afire
fire brigade among his players playersCleveland players1aDd playersCleveland
Cleveland 1aDd wants Sunday games The TheCincinnati TheCtndaaati TheCincinnati
Cincinnati team In the National NationalLeague NationalLeague adoftalL
League L and the Columbus team In the theAmerican theAmerteaB theAmerican
American Association are allowed toDlay toclay to toslay
slay at borne on Sunday SundayManager Sundaer SundayXanagr
Manager er Big Chief Stalling is isbound IbooDd isbound
bound to heed heed the pleadings of Yankee Yankeewrilwishers Yankeewellwlshero 1 1wellwtshers
wrilwishers and bench Clyde Eagle andsupplant and andsupplant andupplaDt
supplant some nimble youngster in left leftfield leftf leftfield
f field old Tom Madden the upstate lad is ist Isaae iseie
t aae e most likely candidate for Eagles Engtesposition ED1IeposItton Eaglesposition
position until Birdie Cree is off the thetal theho thelist
ho tal list listThe tThe listThe
The riM r o aVd and downfall of a ball bAJlplayer bAJlplayerCOD player playerconsumes playerconsumes
consumes COD but a few years Three sea seasons 8eIODS seasons ¬
sons ago Ralph Socks Seybold was wasthe WASthe wasthe
the star outfielder of the Athletics and aadwas Dda andwas
was a terror to all American League Leaguepitchers Ieguepltebers Leaguepitchers
pitchers Socks is now player playermanager p1ayermanager playermanager
manager of the Jeannette Pa inde independent Indepeadent Independent ¬
pendent team SeyboW had hacl1r I chance chanceto
to make good in the American Associa Association AII Assoclatan OCIauon ¬
tan last year when he managed the theToledo theToledo theToledo
Toledo dub but he fell down both as asa 8a asa
a leader and player playerBolHcktng layerRollicking playerRollicking
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Rollicking Roliie Zetder the coast coastpreceued COR8tRar coaststar
star whose reputation as a great e t pIa player playerpreceued er erhllR
preceued him to Chicago has been ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed captain of the White Sox This Thisto ThisprobaIIIy Thisis
to probably the first time that a player playerJust playerjust playerjust
Just breaking Into select cospanbeen company has hasbeen hasbeeta
been made field marshal 1 Manager XADferDutry ManagerDuffy ManagerDully
Dully thought so well of the youngster youngsterthat yoaag8tertbat youngsterthat
that there was no competition for foreaptaiscy the thecaptaincy tReeaJttalftcy
captaincy captaincyJfaa eaptaiscyJite
Jfaa Jl Vaughn who pitched for Louisville Louis Louisville LouiIivIDe ¬
ville last year took to be good for a aregular aplace aregular
regular place with the HtshhMMJers HtshhMMJersWe els elsWe
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We havent heard much lately as to towhat towbat towhat
what Willie Keeter intended ed to oo 40 this thisseason this1eaOIL thisseason
season The Brooklyn landowner re refuses re refuees refuses ¬
fuses to wind up his career In the minor minorleague minorand minorleague
league and has hasturned turned down a handsome handsomeoffer hadsomeoffer haadsoaeoffer
offer from Joe Kelley to play with the theToronto theToronto tbeTOIOIIto
Toronto dub of the Eastern League LeagueKeeler LeagueKeeler LeagueKeeler
Keeler win work out with the Giants °
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MOTORISTS FAVOR FAVORNEW FAVORNE
unu PiLtr NEW NE I Lmiil LIGHT ipiiT DM DlLLo DlLLoMeasures BILLS BILLSMeasures BILLSMeasures I o
Measures in Senate and andHouse andHouse andHouse
House Have Hearty Sup Support Support Support
port of Automobilists AutomobilistsBy AutomobilistsBy
By HARRY WARD WARDIt j jIf
If Senator Galltnger and Representa Representative ¬
tive Smith of Michigan chairmen re respectively re respectively respectively ¬
spectively of the Senate and House HouseCommittees HouseCoaunltt HouseCommittees
Committees Coaunltt on the District of Columbia Columbiacan Columblean
can bring about the pa par parrage age e of their theiridentical theiridentical theiridentical
identical bills to provide Xo de for lighting lightingof
of all vehicles m In the District the themotorists theof themotorists
motorists of this city will rise up an ancall antcall anscall
call them blessed blessedUnder bIeMMUDder beeeedUnder
Under the terms of the bill these thesestatesmen theEeAaye the > e estatesmen
statesmen have introduced in Congress Congressthe Congre CongreUte
the Commissioners ioaers are authorized and anddirected aDddirected anddirected
directed to promulgate from time to totime totlnte totime
time and amend the same me police regulations regu regulations reguJatiofts ¬
lations requiri req1drl1g Jg all automobile horse horstlese MMtIe horselose >
lese or motor vehicles bicycles or orhorsedrawn orhonedraWD orhorsedrawn
horsedrawn vehicles kIes to carry such light lightor lightor lightor
or lights on the front sides or rear rearthereof reartbereot rearthereof
thereof between darkness rkBess and daylight daylightas
as they may deem expedient and to toprovide toproojde toprovide
provide penalties for the violation of ofsuch ofsuch ofMuch
such regulations regulationsThe
The object o jeet of these measures is to tocompel tocompel tocompel
compel horsearawn h < vehicles of whatever whatevercharacter wbateereharacter whatevercharacter
character to carry lights the same as asautomobiles asautomobiles asautomobiles
automobiles are now by law compelled compelledto
to do There is an Insistent ln demand all allover allover allover
over the country for legislation of this thtecharacter thiscbaracter thischaracter
character and hi n many places universal universallight universalII universallight
light laws have been enacted The mo motorists motori metotists ¬
torists point out that many accidents accidentshave aocldentshaTe accidentshave
have been caused by thd t lack of lights lightson
on farmers wa waraoe Mts coming into town townafter townlifter townafter
after dark In this city public blic vehicles vehiclesare
are compelled O npeUed to carry lights lights but pri private private private ¬
vate boa horsedrawn + edrawn rawn vehicles can be driv driven driv6ft driven ¬
en over the park roads and other places placesafter Jaceafter placesafter
after nightfall n t1a11 without lights therebyproving thereby therebyproving therebYproving
proving a menace to those who drive driveautomobiles driveaatomobUe5 d eve eveautoowbilea
automobiles There is an insistent lnel en de demand demaJMl e emend ¬
mend for the enactment of the Gallln GalllngerStntth GalllngerSmtth GaliingerSmith
gerStntth bills bilteS 1111IS billsS
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S X Butler chairman of the con contest contest contest ¬
test board of the Americas Automobile AutomobileAssociation UtomobiAJIIIOdtiou AutomobileAuodation
Association previous to his departure departurefrom dlNLlt1lrefrom departurefrom
from the Los Angeles A motordrcTne mot rdlGme an announced anD01IDCOO announc3d ¬
nounced plane pla for the establishment eetabU hment of ofa o oa ofa
a Pacific coast racing < circuit that will wilbe willbe 11 11a
be a big figure in national nut automobile automobileaffairs a utomobllealralrs ile ileaffairs
affairs Chairman Butkr was much muchpleased muchpI b bpleased
pI pleased with what he accomplished in inLos InLoe inLos
Los Angeles Ance He harmoniaed the au aumobile auto automobile automobl1e ¬
mobile dealers makers racerft cert certmotordromre > and the themotordrome IJPOtordrome
motordrome promoters and they will willnow wItDOW W11now
now work in concert with the contest contestboard conteshoard contestboard
board This Pacific coast circuit circuitmeans circuitJDeRS the
means a great deal d not only for f fWest the theWest theWe
West t but for he East also said saklChairman salolChalrmaa saidCharman
Chairman Butler We will send racers racersfrom racersfrom racersfrom
from the East to compete during durt thewinter the thewinter tbewinter
winter months when there are no con contests egntests contests ¬
tests on the track in the East and in intime Intime intime
time we will have the country so cov covered covered covered ¬
ered that there will e T e meets through throughout throughmotor ¬
out the year The Loc Angeles Angelesdrome eles motor motordrome motord ¬
drome d te R world beating track aad no nomost It Itmust JtmuM
must have opened the yes of the East Eastern Eastern Eastera ¬
ern automobile enthusiasts he con continued continued continued ¬
tinued tinuedManager tinuedMS1IIfI tinuedManager
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Manager tbbald of the Ut Zell Motor MotorCar IoIotorCar MotorCar
Car Company has received reccl ed telegraphic telegraphicadvices teHgt1Iphlc1V1re3 telegraphicsvices
advices that the Chalmers > iff has hascom hascomthirty com completed comt ¬
pleted t its thirtieth and last trip of ofthirty orthirtY f firty =
thirty thirtyits irty consecutive ttve round trips between betweenDenver betveeDDenver betweenre
Denver and Colorado Sprinss and andturn re return re return return ¬
turn A total mileage JnI1 of 434 1500 miles 1IiI was wasmade wuJILd wasmade
made in thirty days days The total cost of ofparts ofparts ofparts
parts replaced ced during this period of time timewas timeWA timewas
was SK tt ani the engine never missed missedan mIMedexploRoa
an explosion At the conclusion uslon of the thetrlr theirk thetrier
irk the Chalmers Cha1m owners ethe of f Denver Denversorted es esthe eeM
sorted M Ute car iDto o the city dt y ythe of D iBver iBvertile
the parade JMn e being two blocks 1 long longJohn IoDSJohn longJohn
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John S s Larrombe Jr of the Xetor XetorSales Xetor8a1es MotorSales
Sales Company hae been advised ed that thatan thatan thatan
an Mition a to the Moon factory in St StLout StLout StLouis
Lout te now being built for the accom accommcdation aeeomJDCdatin aceommtdation
mcdation of the increased tncr number of ofcars ore3I11 ofcars
cars in the testing te stage The test oarsrhpe oars oarsvhtte nvhBe
vhtte undergoing 1aE ftIj their road test pre preparatory preMtratory preperatory ¬
paratory to the 269mile f mlie perfect score scorerun scorerun scorerun
run which each must take before it te tesent iiiHIlt isrent
sent to the paint shop trTl wi n I toe housed hooeedin
in the new w department v vrfcicn hicr will be beknown 1kDOO beknown
known as 8 the test t t car garage rage This ThIsS ThIsSarotMr K Kanother Iasrother
another step in the progress of the larg largest 1rsert largest ¬
est automobile manufacturing maDuf cturtng plant plantwest plantw plantwest
west w of the Mississippi river riverduring riverdu riverduring
during du the week aDd if he thinks that thathe thathe
he is still capable ble of putting up a good goodarticle podartIcte goodarticle
article of caps ball 11 he win probably sign signwith signwith
with the GiantsJust Giants GtaDts1u GiantsJust
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Just t before the start of the champion championship championship ¬
ship season some enterprising Detroit Detroitscribe Detroitbe
scribe be sent t out a yarn that little could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be expected of Sam Crawford this year yearas yearas yearas
as he had sore feet a la Fred Tenney Tenneyand TenneyDd Tenneyand
and was due to so back a lot in his hiswork bbWOI1t hiswork
work Waboo oo Sams showing in the first firsttendency firstme firstgame
game me of Ie I ne ye r did DOt disclose any anyten anytendency
tendency to slump The Tigers got gotseven g gotseven t tseVeR
seven runs Sam hammering five of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these across the plate and rounding thecircuit the thecircuit thecircuit
circuit once Detroit fans are not notpleased notpJeased notleased
pleased leased at the way Tom Jones is cover covering coverIng coverlug
ing lug fist base and are Importuning
MameeManager Manager Xa er Jennings to put Crawford Cra ford on onthe onthe onthe
the getaway sack and to let et Davy Jones Jonescover Jonescover Jonescover
cover center eeDt < regularly regularlyHarry reg1l1arlyHarry regularlyHarry
Harry Bay the former Cleveland Clevelandplayer Clevelanplayer ClevelandNash
player is playing left field for NashA Nash Nashville NaeftvIDe Nashyule ¬
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A soBSaaddance soagea Dce act by uCy Cy Morgan Morganand Morgananfl
and Paddy Livingston is k a hit with withthe withthe
the Athletics AthleticsIt
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It Is whispered wl qpeIed in St Louts that
George Stone of the Browns te to be
traded for Charley C Schmidt of Detroit DetroitOne DetroitHQfte Detroitr DetroitOne
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One man can lead a baseball team to toa toa
a game but nine the cwt ens t make the club clubwin cluberlal clubwin
win ft it Managerial erlal murmttringa murmurlnS81ohR murmurlnS81ohRRalph John
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eite team t has received a telegram teie from fromthe fromthe
the Athletic Association of Baylor Col ¬
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tion of coach for the college football footballteam footballteam ootbeJIteam
team this fall
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SYNOPSIS SYKOPSISJettrleii SYNOPSISJeffries t
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the ftgfctmp 4a dose by Uw JesTertos JMlWIesbef fiuntty fiunttybefore iamRybefore
before bef < e Ms HIM HIMpfee tWeTe thanTell
Te Tell of early perieaee at Ida 1IInII 1IInIIpIeee blrthla
pIeee la pfee Carroll Ohio Champtoa cinm en says saysborn 8QSloft M Mlove
love ofCsrhreii of hasting was born deriag deriagchlidGood artar Ms MscMMbood 1dllYtooocI
cMMbood darn < 2 Narrat < n ta detai AeteJta at Us Usftest Wsfiat Liefie
fiat 4e deer 4iMrnuK r hunt Leaned some flgmtes at atseIIooI atschool t tschool
school seIIooIHad schoolHad
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ww workman Sxptotac tile mystery of M Mgreat his JdIJgreat hisgreat
great sierra strength R Hacatt hralk sa wt erseittng wtettnte adUag
ettnte adventure t1 e ta the hills Say be behappened beto behappened
happened to become a yrofewloiMU prof beau boxorand Nserad beauand
and advises hart work for expos espuats of ofthe otthe ofthe
the art Love of btxlns MMde Mm 1IIaator 1IIaatorake for forsake formice ¬
sake Ms trade traden tnkaoSays
811 Says u chance of a Itfetimo J cams toMM toMMwhoa 1eItawhen to hhn hhnwhen
when he was effeted eifel eifel1HrtIt and accepted OHS il a aberth aberth
berth a as training I Iarter art ts Jim 1 Corbett Cor Oorb CorK
b bett tc Relate K exptoaccB expt + dSoas of teatate teatatespeW batbtg batbtg5feII trahhgspell
speW with Corbett CorbettSees CorbettSees CorbettSees
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Tea c begtaota of Ids dI h ta the theworld Utet1dL thenmM
world tttta ttttaCHAPTERXXX t1dLCHAPTER
CHAPTERXXX CHAPTERXXXReady CHAPTER XXX XXXReady OXReady
Ready f for r the FightNB Fight FightO FightsO
NB funny thins happened IIteDed at our ourcamp eurcaap ourcamp
O camp that I early rty forgot forgotNext fergotNext forgetNext
Next door there were several severalof eral eraloC
of those imported English Sngttsfanehters EogttJt Englishfighters
fighters Jt hters training They were all licked Itckedand lickedand lickeder
and seat back In time by y the thehope way Per Perhaps Perhaps er ¬
haps Jt > t was because they were ere too fond fondof tOndor fondof
of al alI aJI ale aleI
I had several cases of good BM ale aleshipped aleblp aleshipped
shipped blp down to tHe cottage wb wh ntranlng whentraining n ngot
training began aBel stored It away III IIIthe inthe
the cellar Every day I went down aDd andgot
got what we wanted for our dinner dinnerAfter dIDnerAfter dinnerAfter I
After a while It seemed to me that ale alewag alewall
wag going mighty fact t I began to keep keeptrack keeptra keeptract t
track tra k of It It I looked th the staff over and andth andthey 1 1they
th they y were all nice and thin except exceptrhinkhorst exceptDunkhorst i iDunl
rhinkhorst Dunl horst who seemed growing fatter fatterand fatterand I
and fatter in spite plte of the hard ha work workSaid workSaW workSaid
Said I to tom myself if That big stiff Dunk Etankhorst Dunkhont Dunkberet
beret U stealing stealing my ale So I thought thoughtId
Id teach Dunkhorst a lesson lessonThat o1LThat IeesonThat
That night I went to my Y room at atoelOCk 9 9oclock 1oclock
oclock waited until all was quiet and andthen aDdthen andthen
then sneaked down and hid myself JII near nearthe Rearthe nearthe
the cellar r door Nothing < stirred for forcoupl a acouple acouple
couple of hour and I was Just about aboutthe aboutto
to give It up when I h heard a bend Dd at atthe atthe
the cottage e across the e way and nd In Infew a afffW afew
few minutes one of the little Eng Engmen English Englishmen EagUabJDeI1 ¬
men came creeping CI across our lawn awn to toour toour toour
our cellar door He e opened the door doorI doorslowly doorslowly
I slowly and sneaked in A moment laterbe laterhe later laterhe
he came out again with his arms full of ofmy ormy ofmy
my bottles of Bass I jumped on him himlike himJlke himlike
like a cat But I didnt hurt htm himjullt himjullttook himjusttook Just Justtook
took the ale away and told Mm TA kin kiOth kinthe killthe
th the next Englishman I saw aroundtheplace rOUDdtbeplace aroundthe aroundtheplace
place and let him go There wasnt t any anym anymore I Imore
more m re ale at the English E l8h quirters Next Nextday Xextday Nextday
day at dinner I gave ga e big i inkhorst > two twobottles twobottle twobotles
bottles for himself to ease my con conscience conctence conscience ¬
science But I didnt tell Ed EdI EdI EdI
I didnt do much work the day be before Defore before ¬
fore the fifth ft < ht u for I was ready rea y and andfit aDdtit andfit
fit and only needed a days rest I Isparred Isparred Isparred
sparred a couple or rounds roaD with Jaek Jaekand Jaodkand k kand
and the others In the afternoon Jack Jackand Jackand Jackand
and I asked Johnny if he wouldnt like liketo liketo liketo
to take a little walk out along the theroad theroad theroad
road roadSure
Sure said d John JohnSo 1ohaSo lobeSo
So we started out It was a beau beautiful 1teuUtul beautlful ¬
tiful day Y the 8th of June 1 the sun sunshone sunshone ua uasboDe
shone in a clear blue sky and every everything everything verytbiDg ¬
thing was warm and 41 pleasant aat I re remember rei reim remember ¬
member m mber now how the birds hlrdtlMUIg sang in inevery Inevery inevery
every tree and things were so quiet quietand quietaRd quietand
and peaceful that 1 I could hardly hardlyrealize haadlyrealize hardlyrealise
realize that tomorrow would Had m mfighting me meftgbtlAg mefighting
fighting for a worlds championship championshipI ehampion hlp
I Jack and John and I walked out outabout outabout outabout
about three miles at a nice slow Iow gait gaitThen g1tThen gaitThen
Then I turned to brother Jack lacktlpe1I and andtipped andtipped
tipped bin a wink winkJack wi winkJac uk uklack
> Jack Jac I said did we tell Johnny Johnnythe lohDnJthat Johnnythat
that we were going t to walk out along loagthf alongthe
the road roadSure rottd1Ire roadSur
Sure 1Ire said Id JackBut Jack JfrcfcBut 1AdcBut
But we didnt say y anything about aboutwalUmc aboatWIl aboutwalking
walking WIl bark baf did we I asked be beeWIe be because because ¬
cause I want to be sure e and tell the thetruth thetruth thetruth
truth truthWhy
Why no said Jack Jackanything We didnt t MY sayanything
anything anything about walking w wTJMa bade badeTfcen beakT
T Tfcen well run back 1 said start startlag 1ItartloF startlag
lag ofiC ofiCI otLI
I heard a despairing de p rlag yell from Johnny JohnnyThen 1obullYTIHa JohnnyThese
Then nay brother Jack pounded alone at atmy atmy atmy
my heels h and we Jogged all aI the way wayhome wayhome wayhome
home at a fairly fast pecs pae There were wereno werefro
no trolleys tf 1 and Johnny came in In perspirill perspirin per perspirinj
spirinj and covered vered with dust a couple coupleof coupleof con conof
of hours later I forgot for to mention that thatJohnny t6tJohnoy thatJohnny
Johnny was a little fat and didnt take takekindly takekindly takekindly
kindly to runnln runnlnThat running runningThat run nine nineThat
That night Ryan and I walked over overto GYMto overto
to Asbury Park W We ran across one oneof oneof
of those th drinking fountain that art sourtup art1Jp spurtup
up a little Jet and you lean over and anddrink ADddrink anddrink
drink from it without a cup I Id was wasdried wandried
d dried out from ajl 11 my hard work Xy Xyw Myweight > Cy Cyweight
weight w ght was lower than in any other otherfight otherftPt otherfight
fight I ever had and I felt as K my myfibres myftbrel myhbree
fibres were so dry that rd suck up upwater upwater upwater
water Ilk like Ik a piece of bIottt blotting paper paperMy Ja paperMy r rXy
My throat was parched The fountainlooked fountainlooked fountain fountainlooked
looked good and I leaned over to take takea
a drink But Tommy Jumped at me meand meand meand
and pushed me away awayDont awayDont awayDont
Dont drink that stuff t1l < he said Letit Let LetIt L LIt
It alone I let it alone b bIll but I hope hopeIll
Ill never feel such a thirst thirstI again acalnI
I had good reason to feel dried out ut I
ntvor never ran my weight down so JIG10W low while wbOstraining whiletraining
training tra for any other fight When I Icame Ivie I
came East to meet Armstrong I weighed weighedJust weighedjust
Just SM > pounds stripped to lighting gh fag togs togsin tossIn I
in the ring Now ready to meet Pita Pitasimmons Ftt Fttstmmons JlltJ5I JlltJ5IIIUDOII
simmons IIUDOII I scaled exactly 3M 3M01III pounds 11 11before I I
bad run myself to a shadow W Two slays
before the fight I weighed Just 3W Ndpounds 3Wpounds I
pounds stripped and let everybody i
around camp see me on the e les The I IMy
day before the fight I went w with th t11 a anam nnm nnmthe
be of reporters to Ute baggage room at
the railroad station ata on There on D1IDI1 the theggage
baggage ggage scales in Jumpers and Dd a light lightsweater Jltrbtsweater lighttawexter
sweater I weighed an even en Zl Ie pounds
I never ver attempted to make such low kmweight lowweight
weight again as I know Im stronger strongerforty strongerand I
and have more endurance when I tarry
forty forty sounds more flesh on my bona
After we a returned the boys sat on theporch the UMsongs
porch telling their I stories aDd aDdsonp stag
lag songs They seemed to think it1 it1was It ItWIUJ Itwas
was up to them to keep my nerve in inorder inorder
order But I didnt feel nervous at all
In fact if anything ag I felt glad that the thenaru theaz1
ard naru az1 work was over at last and the thewas
ftg light t was only a t few hours aT awn I Iwas Iwas
was anxious anxious to see what it would feel
like to hear the crowd roar as Pits Pitswas Kttzsimmons
simmons was counted out Another Anotherthing AnotherY
thing my Y people never thought much muchof mushof
of the game I followed I wanted to tosend toend tosend
send a telegram home saytag Yb that I Iwas Iwas Iwas I
was sham champion of the world Thered Theredbe
be some satisfaction tJ fat that Xy father
had said to me one day WeII Well Jimso Jim i iman
110 10ng long as you will A lt bt tIM tIMman best bestman
man ta your profession Then you can canleave caafI8Ye canleave
leave fI8Ye it with honor when your vgor time timecomes timecome timetomes
comes to leave it and look for forsomethma forsomethmabetter aonethfag
better betterSo betterSo betterSo
So I Join Joinat joInetd netd ia Ute scary telling aDd aDdat andat
at 9 o oclock said Good night as usualand usual usualand uaIaDCl
and went to my room in two minutes minutesI Mbnrt MbnrtI
I was between the sheet and aD4eep sound soinda soundameep
a ameep + geep eep That was a good test of nerve nerveTwo JaenetTwo aervrTwo
Two days before the fight I did foot footnervous t tnervouc feelnervous
nervous and high hi < h strung < but now with withthe withthe
the action so near I was reedy for forwhatever forwhatever forwhatever
whatever might Dd ht ceme cca e Nerves art ta a acurious acuriou away
curious way Some other good god men I Iknow IkDOW Iknow
know feel nervous nervo until the time comes comesto corneatohgt comesto
to tohgt fight then turn as cool as ice Otherstheyre Others i iand
and theyre the he unlucky ones are cool cooluntil cooluntil cooluntil
until the thet enter the ring and then thenalthough thellalthoush thenalthough
although not at all afraid are so paralysed para paralyzed paraIyMld ¬
lyzed with Ith nervousness that they tbe can1 can1not can cannot cannot
not fight at all They are the fellows feDowswe j jwe
we tail gymnasium champions championsI championsslept
I slept like a log g that last night not noteven noteven noteven
even turning tum over until uDUlt ff o oclock clock in the themorning themolDhag themorning
morning Then I got up and dressed dressedAll dressedAll edAU
All the other fellows were still in bed bedso bedo bedgo
so as the sun came out I went up on onthe n onthe I Ithe
the lawn under uDd < their windows wIDIJo and sang sanga
a bunch of coonnones coon congs to wake themCoos them themup themup
up Coon songs 110 had Just come in then thenand theftaDd thenand
and were all the rage I always alwa did didlike ltdilk
like ilk coon songs better thaa that grand grandopera grandopera
opera stunt In u I minutes there were werecottage
h heeds out or tM windows all OV over I the thecsottqe thecottage
cottage Baa Delaney had a wide grin grinThose Ir11nnoe grinThose
Those coon songs were good music mu l to
BilL He knew I was feeling feel nt and andcheerful andruL andcheerful
cheerful cheerfulAt ruL
ruLlast
At last breaktf breaktlJIt st was over o my fight ft t
Ins I togs and the tb th things for my corner cornerwere MrneTwere cornerwere
were all packed and everybody was wasready wasready wasready
ready to travel We left the th cottage cottageJ Ott Ottad cottaseand
ad J went t to the station in a body There Theremob erE erEa erewas
was a mob waning waI1 to cheer meand meandwish me anti antiwI andwish
wish me luck AH the praters and andtrainmen andtrainmen andtrainmen
trainmen wanted to shake hands with withme withme tth tthme
me I got through th as soon OB s I could couldand conlrfand couMaDd
and aDd taking Johnny with me went Into Intoone Int IntODe Intoone
one of the coaches I sat next the thewindow tb thewindow
window and asked Johnny > o sit beside besidethe besldfme besideme
me aDd DOt oft II one talk to me nn n
the way to New York Delaney and
the others ot 1I went into the smoker II1DOk II1DOkM
As soon as the train started I leaned leanedup Jeme1up leanedup
up against t the th window and went sound soundasleep lO soundasleep nr nrall
asleep all p Of course I dont don t remember rememberanything rememberaanything r raaythillg
anything aanything aanythingl aanythingabout about that but John tells t me methat mfthat meline >
that asleptt I slept like a a rock all alone alo the thead
line and ad that at Bed Bank and Pert
Am Amber Amoov and nd South Amboy and Ellzabf Ellzabfdown EIizabad h hand
ad Newark crowds were gathered
the stations ADd that people run up R en n
down the platforms looking for me me and andthat andth sailthat
that when they saw me through the thewindow t thewindow e
window there was a T Tcheering Jot of yeI yelng aDd andI
cheering dIeerIngIt
I It never broke my slumbers I only onlyrubbed
know that I wok 1II all or a sodden Mlddeawe
a we w were pallID < oat of a station Uoa and andrubbed
rubbed my eyes eyesHave eyftLHave
Have we started I asked whereIlIe Where Whereare Whereare
are we weStarted weStriedI r rStaned
Started T exclaimed erdaJ1DeIi101m John whyre Why Whywere whywere
were re Just going through tIa Newark N
Youve been asleep for an hour hourGee boarGee hourGee
Gee said I Have I been asleep
on you I must be eGo pear or COBUMJKV COBUMJKVGo coepaay
Go to sleep again ID said aIdJ John Jm Tm Tmwriting Tmy Tmwriting
writing my y story
So I dosed off until we pulled into intothird
lelMy CIty We crossed on the Twenty
third street ferry
I 1R Xew York we all n had lunch and andi
i then went to Proctors and saw a avaudeville avaudniDe avaudeville
vaudeville show I never enjoyed ftlj yed a ashow ashow
show more It seemed as If the Jokes Jokesand Jokdnd jokesand
and nd the songs were w the funniest Id rder dever
lever ever er heard and the girls were the theprettiest tileprettiest theprettiest
prettiest Idever rd ever seen and the crowd crowdwas crowdw crowdwas
was the best natured aatu for everybody e
was rubbering at the man who was wasgoing wasgoing
going to be massacred by Fltxsimmons Fltxsimmonsand Flbst UDOns
and making a lot of noise no about It ItTitle It ItTitle itTitle
Title of f Next Chapter HT Tdlsag for fortie f ft forthe
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