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19 THE WASHINGTON TIMER WEDNESDAY 1VED RDA Y MAY 25 2191O 1910
NATIONALS NA TIONALS ARE IN NEED NEEDOF NEEDOF NEEDOF
OF SUBSTITUTE CATCHER CATCHERAccident
1 1Accident Accident to Charley Street Would Prove Bitter Blow to tothe tothe tothe
the Washington n Ball Club ClubGessie Gessier or Hardy Could CouldFit CouldFit CouldFit
Fit in at First Base BaseBy BaseBy BaseBy
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By THOMAS S RICE
Game with Detroit inilayf tolla 4 P m mThe
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The Washington Whl on tell team to 5 goto At Ata Ata ata
a furious dip now Seven out of the thelast thelast
last ast nine games pm Is a rat rate vhtah the thefans i ifans
fans of the town have Bot wltnosflod w1 wltnosflodbefore I
before by the home nine for many manYBut yews yewsBut 0ArL 0ArLBut
But the he Nationals are jetting a break breakIn
In the luck and one or two accidents accidentscould accidentscould
could easily slow them up up7hat upWhat
What would happen If Charley Street Streetwere StreetWere
were to get hurt Charles is catching catchingup ctchlfl
up to his highest form of last year YeArnnd
and in the past three days his mowing mowtRldown
down men who got gay on the base Hn Hnhas 1m 1mh lineehas
has h stopped the visitors vlstt rs whenever they theywere theywere
were iuilined to become restive rMtiveTake restiveTake >
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Take i i 1 note of the improvement of oCKUUter ofKililfer
Kllllfer In fielding fieldingUnglaub eldlngUnglaub
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Unglaub is playing a whole lot of offirst offirst
first base and if he were injured there therewould theNouid therewould
would ouid be some confusion in finding a asubstitute
substitute The most prominent candi candidates candidates ciidLdates ¬
dates would be Doc Geseler and Jack JackHardy JackHardy
Hardy dossier de eler used to first base when whenhe whenbe
he was young and full of sin but some somebody omebody ¬
body found he had an arm like a six sixteeninch slxtNnluch
teeninch gun and he was put to the theoutfield tbeoutfield theoutfield
outfield where the arm would be of oC6trvlce
6trvlce Hard HardY Is a baektopper by byprores byprofession
prores profession > rofession lon but has played all over the tlteInfield theJnfield
Infield and in the course e of a wander wanderIng W1UadrIng
Ing career has taken temporary tflmp ratY quarters quar
ters at first base more than once onceHughey
+ 4 4Hughay
Hughey Jennings is wasting his tal talents talents tateats ¬
ents in a fhameful hameul manner The dUUe dUUeDepartment U UDepartment tte
Department needs men like him yet yethe yetbe
he is galavantlng around the th country countrywith
TT 41 AV about abouthis klvAllt1 I
with a ball club Ask Hughe
his reported engagement to Miss Uas UasOBoyle
OBoyle of 5ntofl ranton and you ou will get geta
a reply that would make the enlgmU enlgmUcal
cal answer of a Japanese ediplomat ediplomatappear diplomat diplomatby
appear like two and two make four fourby fOurby
by comparison You can talk to him himan himan himan
an hour on the subejct and if you youknow youknow youknow
know any an nore at the end than you youdid youdId youdid
did at the beginning you yo get a season seasonpass eaaonpass seasonpass
pass and a u trip to the worlds seriMiManager series seriesManager
Manager McAleer 1ICi 5 5Manager is S working out I IBUl I IBill
Bill Hinriohs with great enthusiasm enthusiasmThat enthusiasmThat
That fellow cc certainly ought to H be > a apitcher apitcher I Iandstrengthrand
pitcher quotl9 Teems He has height heightand heightand
andstrengthrand and strength and has displayed some somea somespeed
speed I IIm going to put him through througha
a course of sprouts that th t will harden hardenhim hardenh1m hardenhim
him a bit after his long trip across the thecountry thecountt
country then I am going to use him himIn himIn
In one of the games away from home homeIt homeIt tomeIt
It is too much of a strain on a green greenyoungster gr8noungster greenyoungster
youngster to start him before the thehome thehome
home fans fansThree fansThree
+ 5 5Three
Three out of four from the Tigers TigersA TigerA
A sweet dream but dreams coat nothing aothiagBO Bothin Bothinso
so here gres gresThe gresThe
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The Lady or the Tiger Was it the thefault thefault thefault
fault of the Goddess God e of Chance or the theweakness thewEaknee theweakness
weakness of Detroit that enabled Wash Washington Wubington Washthgton ¬
ington to win by b 3 to 2 ia six innings inningsIt Innln s1 s1t
It t was both to a fairminded person personbut personbut n nbut
but dont forget that the home nine ninehad ninehad ninehad
had to to fight ht tooth and nail for those thosethree ethree thosethree
three runs and that Detroits slip up upcame upcame upcame
came only after a desperate rally that thatmade thatmade thatmade
made it possible po for an error by Bush Bushto Bushto Bushto
to lose the game gameGroom gameGroom
+ 4 4Groom
Groom and Donovan DOno today todayHere todayS todayHere
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Here is a pretty pr ttyt mystery LeJlvelt LeJlveltand LelJveltand Liveltand
and Gessler Ge l r had not not shown signs in 11 z the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two games previous of being strictly on onthe onthEl onthe
the Job as sluggers They were known knownto knownto
to have the goods Oods but were having a ahard ahard abard
hard time producing A slump was de detected d dtected detected ¬
tected in fie offing So Sobut but what bat about abouttio abouttloI abouttz
tio tz George Mullin was IUI pitching yes yesH yMtrdav yesterday
trdav with ith speed truly phenomenal phenomenalHp
H Hp < had more speed s at times than he j jcould I Icould Icould
could master and had to tame his h wild wilddesires wilddtslres wilddsIres
desires to knock the catchers ckteber glove gioveclear gloveclear ove oveclear
clear thrtragh the back of his hand handThat handThat handThat
That being the case how are we to toacc toacrtunt toaccount
acc account unt for the fact that LeHvelt hit hitcleanlv hitceanh hitcleanly
cleanly and smartly to center in the thethird thethird thethIrd
third Inning scoring ftCOrin < McBride from sec second IMCond seeend ¬
ond Was it not an ideal time for him himto himto himto
to whiff It was beyond all perad peradventure peradenture peradventure
venture but our young hero was there therewith therewith therewith
with the wallop wallopKid wallopKid waIIopKid
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Kid Elberfed had tough Tuck All Allthe Alltht Allthe
the Elks we know look pretty prosper prosperous proeperons prosperens ¬
ous and fortunate Maybe after h be Is IsInitiated IeInitiated i iInitiated
Initiated tonight tGn ht he will have the he Indian IndianFitm 10011fh1 Indianimign
Fitm en hoodoo That i iflt said to be beone beont beone
one of the secret signs ins ps of the order orderThen orderThEn orderThen
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Then take Gessler G 881er > This earnest earne t awl awlindustrious DClIndusbJo1f andindust1oun
industrious athlete was a source of grief griefuntil IPietuntll gr gruntil
until he pulled his great t trick In the thesecond thefcond therecond
second Inning he fanned foolishly toollshl He Held Held Jl Jld
ld d off In the fourth with a weak weakgrounder weakgrounder ea1c ea1crotnder
grounder rotnder te Bush In the gathering gatheringgloom satberingloom gathertngloom
gloom loom of the sixth with Milan Mil on onond onond sec second ¬
ond and the fielders waitln waItIng < r away a out outIn out1n outIn
In the next county for him to send sene them thema thena
a fly he slaps a low single to left toftbrlnps lefthrtng tt ttbrln
brln brlnps Milan home while whl he hlneetf hlneetftakes hIrwelltmtea elt eltta
takes ta kes second 2 O nd on the futile fling to the theplate thepllte theplate
plate It tied t the score it did ld and made madethe madethe nma4 t tthe
the doctor the observed of all observers observersGeorge obsenenG
+ 4 4Ceorg
George G > McBride > was another case of ol
twisted dope Who would have thought thoughtIt
It 1 would be the gentle George who would wouldsingle would1nle wouksingle
single 1nle in the second inning innin advance on on1fets
Streets hit 1fets sacrifice and score core > on Leltvelts LeUveltiIHow
0 0How
How did Cobb play Same as ever
He is still 8U the wonder and the wonder wondergrows wondergrows wondsigrows
grows With the usual good fortune of ol f
baseball stars he had two chances to toshow ICshow 3
show his ability with President Taft t
looking on Nothng but his rare speed speedenabled I I Ienabled
enabled him to get et two bases on the 5 t
Texas Tt > xas leaguer that he sent along the th
left Ie foul line in the third inning A Aslow Aslow 41 41slow v
slow man would have been n caught cau ht at atsecond atflErond at atneond
second if he had had the nerve to try trydid
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for that bag But the be t thing Cobb rob robdid
did was the fruitless shot to the plate platewhen platewhen plauwhen
when Lelivclt singled to center in the
third Inning Innl g It was a slow and low lowyVry lowr r rfy
r fy that made Cobb run In a long ong way
yVry few fielders would even have havetaken havetakEn hav havtaken
taken the chance of heaving it in for fo r
McBride was almost there when hen the the ball ballwas battwas hal I Iwas
was stopped but Cobb sent it home I 0 C
like a rifle and It LeHvelt had not been beenstrictly beenstrlctly bee II I Istrktly
strictly on the job the run would have hav e
been cut off with something somethln to spare
It was one of those good things thln thlnWrong gone gonewrong gon e C Cwrong
wrong that In some ball games pm are more moreinteresting moreh mon monresting
interesting h resting than the efforts which hlch see succeed MICEeQ seereed ¬
reed CEeQHughcy ceedHughey
+ 4 4Hughey
Hughey Jennings as a blushng bride bridegroom brkIerr bridegrtom ¬
groom rr will present pre ent one on fovely color coloreffect colorThe coloreffect
effect effectThe
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The Washington team has aceom aceornplished
plished > lished U hed some surprising results re ult this year yearn ear
In n tr matter of hammering out runs runswhen runswhen runswhen
when leastexpected 181 expect expected d but the team never
had greater reason for feeling conft conhiclnce
d QPn clnce < nce < e In itself lt than It does today Mul ¬
tin was pitching good ball and mighty
fast ball all through the six Jnn JnnHI innings
He H realized that the darkness due to t
the gathering thunderstorm was a big
help el lp to him and he relied mostly upon
Ms 1 FI speed for results r That he was go
Ing all right is proved by the fact that thatonly thatnly thatcnly
only nly four hits were made off him in insix InsIx insix
six Innings In the meantime Gray had hadopened hadpened hadrpened
opened < weakly weakJ and in the second Ian
ing Detroit got five hits off him In a arow aro arow
row ro for two runs Few games have
brpn seen n that were wer > apparently mere
hopelessly hopele l1y test yet by sticking stlckin by the theship theship
ship hlp and an trying their fo best t at all times timesThe timesthp times11w
The home folk eventually won out by by
3 to 2 It was a genuine inspiration inspirationNothing lnaplrattonNothing InspirationS InspirationNothing
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Nothing finer nor has b s been seen hers this thisyear tAlsear thisear
year ear than Jack JaokWlvelts Leifveils onehand onehandJ
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spearing 1R5 ol f Msnlsrtya ta ksi fly itln in the theourth
fourth f lming lmingUnglaubs JIM R RUnslub <
+ 4 4Unglaubs
Unglaubs grounder in th the sixth xtk in inning1 Inning Ining ¬
n ning1 ing whlchBwsh which Bush threw t re wild to Jones Joneswas T Joneswag onN onNwaa
was puzzling because of Its slowness slownessand slownessnd lowneaand
and a nd because of the darkness Gessler Gesslerwas Ge Gesslerwas slerwaa
was on second and went right home homewithout homewithout homewithout
w without waiting to hear whether they theywere theywere theywere
were going to kill a fatted calf Just Justas Justs
1
as a s Bush touched Unglaub at second secondafter Secondfter I
after a fter taking the throw back from fromTom foomTom fromorn
1 Tom orn Jones Ton the windows of heaven heavenopened heavenpened
o opened and enough rain fell to supply supplya supplyfullgrown I
a fullgrown desert d rt for a month Yes Yesmaybe Yesmaybe
n maybe it was luck to have Bush throw throwthat throwthat throwthat I
i that ball away T but remember emember how howmany howmany I
many runs the opposition has scored scoredwhen scoredwhen
i when McBride happened to make one onemisplay oneml8pJy onemisplay I
misplay in a game The boy tO has hasbeen baabeen haseen
b been een pursued by dire calamities nearly nearlyevery n nenlyvery rly
over ° every time he has errored and the theother theother thether I
other ° fellows have no kick coming If IfWashington lfa8hlnton ifrashfflgo
Washington fa8hlnton takes tak a dozen more games gameson I
o on n slipups by the shortstops 1IhtrUt shortstopC shortstopHare I IHere
Here is the substance C e of six short shortsweet shortweet II
a sweet sessions sessionsWashington aee sessionsWashington lon lonWashlnftOD
Washington AB R R H PO A E EMilan EI EIiancf
Milan M Iiancf cf 2 1 8 S I 0 0Lelivelt 0elivelt
Lelivelt J L K 2 1 4 4Iberfe1d2b i iTClberfekt I
TClberfekt Iberfe1d2b Ib b 2 2Gessler S t 0 Sesslerrf I Iteqler I
r Gessler esslerrf rf S SUnglaub 1 1 I I1TngIAub S I Inglaub
Unglaub t nglaub Ib 3 3KOlifer I I 1 1 1KWUer I
KM KOlifer K ftftfer3 2b 2 2McBride I 1 Z 3 t IcBrldess
McBride X > cBrldess BricJe a 2 2Street II IIStreet 1 1 4 I Itreecc
9 Street treecc c 1 1Gray I I I 1 I 0I
G Gray Grayp p 1 1Totals I I 1 I t tTotRls ITotais
Totals W WDetroit S 4 18 9 0 0Detroit
Detroit JLB R H PO A B BJonesIf
j D Jones JonesIf If I I A I 1 I IBush I Iushss
j Bush E EC ushss SM SMCobb I I 1 I 2 1 1obb
Cobb C 1 01M cf cfCrawford a I 1 a airawfonI 0 I Irawforelrf
Crawford C rawforelrf rf rfDHehanty I I S I e eehntyTh
DHehanty D ehntyTh 2h 2 I T TMortality 1 1 1 I 0 0orlarityTh
Mortality M orlarityTh I 1 1TJones 1 I 0 0
TJones T T0De Jones1k Ih 2 2Stanaoe I 1 1 0 0tnagec
Stanaoe St S tnagec n e Z ZMulHn I 1 1 1 I 0 I
MulHn Mulflnp p = 2 2Totals I 1 I 0 I ITotals I
Totals SI SIWashington S 11 1 1Wa
Washington Wa hln < toll 9 1 1 0 21 g
Detroit o 2 e e 0 0 O OEa 02 02Parned 2 2Rarned
Rarned Ea nins nnfhln runsWashington Washington 1 Detroit Detr t
2 t First has on errors errorfWln errorsWashington Washington 1 1 1eft
Left L eft on 01 o bases baWb basesWashington Washington 2 Detroit 4 J 4
First base on ballsOff Mullin 2 off ofttray
Gray I 1 Threebase Threeba hit httBuah Bush Two
base bA b ase t hits hitsCobb Cobb Gessler Sacrifice Sacrl ce hits
LeHvelt Street Str t Hit by pitcher plteh8IBT y
Mullin Milan Umpires UlnplrHJMear Messrs Di Dineen DtJletn Dleen
neen s een and Connolly Cennor Tim of game pmel gameiour 1 1nour
nour fl our Attendance Attt Attcndaruw42i0 Attcndaruw42i0BETWEEN > ndnoe 630 630BETWEEN
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j BETWEEN INNINGS INNINGSAROUND INNINGSAROUND INNINGSAROUND
AROUND CIRCUITS CIRCUITSDown
Down in St Louis the th fans are going
erasy c over the success t18 ot the Cardinal dinals
Roger RO T i Bresnahan owns the Mound City
and the th natives natlv kowtow to him as if
be were a real king instead of a man manager manaler manager ¬
ager who has established a record for forrecent tOfrecent forrecent
recent teams 4jn in n St Louis Lou by taking
six ix straight games One enthusiastic enthu laaUe
baseball writer lets le l loose the following
If this is a dream please douse don the thealarm thealarm thealarm
alarm clock and permit us to sleep on onOutfielder hOut onS onOutftelder
S
Outfielder Out elder Channel of the Highland Highlanders ¬
e ers had his leg < broken br k n while sliding in ¬
to third base at New York He will
be out of the game m for a couple of o omonths
months This youngster youn ter has b Men n play ¬
ing phenomenal Ph l meoal ball for New York Y rk and I
he will b be missed missedA
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A young young pitcher on the staff of the
Chicago ChIC Cubs known as Kit Carson
possesses the longest onetst finger ft in the Na
tional League Lea e Kit has invented a new ne
shoot known as the nothing bOthJn ball It
Is a difficult ball for the batter to
follow folio and Carson calls it the th nothing
ball because u e It seems to start upon uponvHy uponevery
every known curve and then change
its mind It really ending in a stralrnt straItlshoot traJ t tshoot
shoot shootHere shootHerfl shootflere
Here is some me baseball b 11 dope do culled L i
from a Mexican newspaper Baseball I
in Aguascallentes A IUMaJlnte is still at Its zenith
However the fans and the th players of
Guannahuat have Arguas Argu boys beaten
to a whisper when wh n It com O comes to rooting
They can be heard to Chihuahua ChihuahuaMilwaukee CblhuahuaXtlwaukf ChihuahuaMilwaukee
Milwaukee he tw tI
good catchers out outof a aof
of commission eomml tIon Marshall is oft duty r rwith
with a bad lag and Hostetter is on the theshelf theshelt flushelf
shelf completely due to the ISO 1 itjej Injury InjuryHugh InjuryHu
0 0Hugh
Hugh h Jennings rnnln s is not sure that root
In ing r help Ml a ball team in the long run
The Th players plaYfl > n become accustomed to the therooting therooUnJl th4rooting
rooting on the home grounds and miss
it on the road roadWhy roadWhy
0 0Why
Why not let Hans Lobert Lob rt bat left
handed d asks a Cincinnati fan Let Le t
film hop over to the starboard qarb ard side of oCl o C Ctile
the l e plate and see if he cant coax back backthat batkthat bee C Cthat
that 300 0 battin average If3v rA of his There Theremust Theremu S Smust
must mu t be something wrong in the way wa waHans r
Hans is standing ta dlnst at the plat or swing
Ing at t the ball It wouldnt do any sn snharm
harm to have > him try out the left lefthanded IeCthandtCl lefthanded
handed work oork for or a time just to see if ifit ItIt I r rIt
it wouldnt bring brln back some 8Om of his old oldtime oWtime
time batting b3ttl lt prowess prow A speedy athlete athletesuch athletesuch 1 1such
such as he Is ought to do better betterCENTRALPREP betterCENTlALPREP tter tterCENTRALPREP
CENTRALPREP GAME GAMEHALTED GAMEHALTED GAMEHALTED
HALTED BY EXAMS EXAMSExaminations EXAMSExaminatlO EXAM5ExminatOnsat
Examinations ExaminatlO tll at Central High School Schoolcaused SchoolcaU 1 1caused
caused tCl a calling off of the game oe oetween Mheen netween
tween the high school champions and andthe andthe an anthe
the Georgetown Geo etown Preps at Georgetown Georg GeorgetowiField own ownField
Field yesterday afternoon aChtrnoonThe afternoonThe
The game was expected to have con conslderable conslderable
slderable bearing beat1n on the deciding decldln of orthe o othe
the interscholastic championship thamplon blp of the theDtatrlet thiDistrict
District Because of the lateness of IlIe IlIe880n he heseason 1u 1useason
season it is hardly likely thai the thettam8 thiteams
teams will now be able 1 Ie to arrange a adate udate a L Ldate
date
KRUEGER MAKES RECORD RECORDNEW RECORDNEW
NEW YORK May 26 25ThhJ This thing thln of otwarming 0 0warming f j jwarming
warming the bench is something entire entirely entirely entirely
ly new for Artie Krueger who was wasbenched wasbenched B Sbenched
benched on account of his failure to toswat toswat ti tiswat o
swat the pellet to safe territory Krueg Kruegplayed I
e played every game on the American n ft ftASSOCIatIOn I
Association schedules of 1966 1 190 and ttW lfore I IMore I
More than that he played every inning innin inninof J
of every ery game ame during those two sea seasons aea8CH8 i
sons In 19 19IIft th the A A teams played 151 151PIDeS 15 15games H I
games Last year the th schedule 8 bedule called can canfor A
for H 1tI8 1 battle Krueger was in the first firsttwentytwo fire it 4 4twentytwo t
twentytwo games played Pla fd by th Naps Napsthis S Sthis
this thl season making mkln a total of 344 14 games gamesin s SIn i
in succession
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Standings StandingzandPossibilities StandingzandPossibilitiesMECAN and Possibilities PossibilitiesCAN Possi ilities ilitiesAME
AME MECAN CAN AN LEAGUE LEAGUEYesterdays LEAGUEYestrdays LEAGUEYesterdaft
Yesterdays Results ResultsWashington ResultLWaablnltor ResultsWashlngtort
Washington 3 Detroit 2 2Six 2 2SIx 2x
Six x InntaKs rain rainBoston rainBNton rainBosten
Boston 4 Cleveland Civio JSt 1 1St J 2St
St Louis Lou j Philadelphia L LNew LNe 1 1New
New Ne Yerk 8 Chicago ChicagoCalled 5 5Called 50 50Called
Called twelve Innings darkness darknessTo2ays darknessTo darknessTOayS
To2ays To ys Games GamesDetroit GamesDetroit GamesDetroit
Detroit at Washington WashingtonCleveland WaMhagtonCleela WashingtonCleveland
Cleela Cleveland at Boston BostonChicago DoMonChicalo BostonChicago
Chicago at New York YorkS YorkSt YorkSt
S St Louis Lou at Philadelphia PhiladelphiaStanding Phlladelphl8StllndU1g PhiladelphiaStanding
Standing of te Clubs
ClubsToday
Today TodayClub TodayClub TodayClub
Club W I L Pot Win LOSe iiosaPhiladelphia LOSePhiladelphia iosePhiladelphia
Philadelphia 3 3I 7 741 W 0 lIt 714New 114K lItlew
New K York Yorkl1 IS S MB 1W t 017 017Boston IITBoston WTBoston
Boston It 1 IS K3 MR 117Detroit 5 5Detroit 511 511DetroIt
Detroit 1i 17 14 A 6tI MS i1t i1tCkvetaDd itClcveland n nCleveland
Cleveland II IS 41 MS 40 4 4lUIblngton 4 4Washington 4Washington
Washington IS IS 411 438 4a8Chlea 4 401 401Chicago < K KChicago
Chicago < o 9 014 1f 300 JBS JBSSt 0 ate ateSt 6 6St
St Louis Lou 6 21 J J 2 3M I 214 214HATIOKAL 214NATIUIiAL lt lt2lATI01AL
HATIOKAL LEAGU LEAGUYOlterdays f fYesterdays pYesterdays
Yesterdays Results ResultsBoston ResultsBo ResultsBoston
Boston Bo ton 3 Cincinnati t tChicago IChlea 0Chicago
Chicago Chlea < o 0 Philadelphia 3 3New SNew 3New
New York at Pittsburg PittMburgRa1n PlttsbergltalnBrooklyn Rain RainBrooklyn
Brooklyn i St Louis LoutsTb i iTodays ITodays
Todays Tb ays Garnet GarnetNow GameLNow GamesNow
Now York at Plttsburg PlttsburgPhtiadetpaia fttsurgPhllad rlttshurgPbt1dejiXiIa
Phtiadetpaia Phllad n1a at tt Chicago ChicagoBoston ChicagoBoston ChicagoBoston
Boston st t Cincinnati CincinnatiBrooklyn ClnclDnatLIJrooklyn CincinnatiLirocklyn
Brooklyn at St Louis LouisStanding LouisStanding LouisStanding
Standing of the Clubs ClubsToday ClubsToday
ClubsToday Today
Club W L Pet Win 1n r rPKtsburg L9e L9ePltwburg LceePlttsburg
PKtsburg 16 1 11 11 11Cblea 01 Ol OlChicago 030Chicago
Chicago < o 17 11 097 7 631 t MS MSCincinnati 611Cincinnati b bCincinnati
Cincinnati 16 12 S7l SM I 562 562New 562New 5 5New
New York 17 14 548 U3 O 6i At5t 53 53StLquis
St StLquis Louis W M III 815 815Philadelphia 115PhUdelphla 4 4Philadelphia
Philadelphia U 14 481 M9 M9Boston WJBoetOD 454 454Boston
Boston U 1 11 m XI 7 JK JKBrooklyn aBrookJn 35 35Brooldyn
Brooklyn 11 21 M4 Ml 4 4HIGH S3 S3HIGH IISHIGH
HIGH SCHOOL MEET MEETHERE MEETHERE MEETHERE
HERE NEXT FRIDAY FRIDAYInteresting FRIDAYInteresting FRIDAYInteresting
Interesting Event Postponed From FromLast FromLast FromLast
Last Saturday to Be Held on onGeorgetown onGeorgetown onGeorgetown
Georgetown Field FieldThe FieldThe FieldThe
The high h sen ol > field and track cham championships championships chaumpionships ¬
pionships whl hlh h were called Ued off Ian lascSaturday IanSat lastSaflarday
Saturday Sat r ay afternoon because of weather weatherconditions weathercondltlon weatherconditions
conditions will 1n be held on Georgetown GeorgetownKMd GeorxetownWtkl Georgetown11t4d
KMd < Friday afternoon afternoonThis at afternoonThis rftOCft rftOCftThis
This information wa WM given out by a amember IImember amember
member of the board of faculty advisers advfeqrsthis advsth advisersthis
this th morning following a a consultation consultationwith COIIIIUltUwith consultationwith
with totherg actively ao Yely interested Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day was also considered O but the date datedecided datedec datedecided
decided dec on was found to be more ac acceptable acc Scceptble ¬
ceptable c ble to o all parties partiesWith prtietlWith partiesWith
With over a hundred entries represent representIn representlug
In lug the five schools one of the most mostsuccessful In05tauoce mostsuccessful
successful auoce ul meets in history te antici anticipated anticIpated anticiHEARD ¬
pated patedHEARD
HEARD AND SEEN SEENAMONG SEENAMONG
AMONG OARSMEN OARSMENWashingtons OARSivlENWashlngtons OARSMENWashingtons r
Washingtons varsity eight is made madeup madeup madeup
up of tall oarsmen who average 6 feet feetIK feeti
IK 1 inches in height hel ht and w weigh 4gh about abottii2
172 1 pounds poundsA
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A ladles barge race kt to be one of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the features of the Young Mens Gym Gymnastic GymnasUo Gymnastic ¬
nastic Clubs regatta at New Orleans Orleansa
a week from next Saturday Saturdayto
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A new dining room ba ha been bunt
to the dormitory of Yales Yale quarters at
Gales Ferry It is the gift of George
St John Sheffield of North Attleboro AttleboroCoach AttleboroCoach AttleboroS AttleboroCoach
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Coach Va41s Baltimore Baltimore City College Collegeeight Collegeeight
eight In the interscholastic eight eightoared eightoared
oared race at Philadelphia Saturday
didnt average but 14C pounds Pretty
light for even a schoolboy crew crewOver crewOver
+ 4 4Over
Over in New York they seem to feel I
that Billy Mehrnoff of the Nassau
Club already an association oclatlon singles singleswinner nglee ngleewinner I Iwinner
winner is slated to win next Augusts Augustsnational AugustnaUnal I Inatlinal
national championship at Washington WashingtonRiohard Wa hington hingtonRlohard
+ 4 4Richard
Richard Glendon completed his kl sev seventh 8e 8eenth eeventh ¬
enth year ear as coach at the Naval Acad Academy Academy Acedcmv ¬
emy with Saturdays NavySyracuse NavySyracuserace
race Jim Ten Eyck now at Syracuse Syracusewas 5vracuMwas
was at Annapolis just before Glendon GlendonThe Glendon GlendonThe OlendonI OlendonThe
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The Arlels and Arundelg of Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baitmore ¬
more are to combine with Uh the Motor
Yacht Club of that city In a celebra ¬
tion of River day Saturday which whichpromises whichpromlMB whichpromises
promises to be one of the biggest biggestaquatic blggeetaquatic biggestaquatic
aquatic events ever bald In that city cityIt cityit cityIt
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It costs money to lug eightoared eightoaredshells eIghtoaredabeUs eightoaredshells
shells around the country Of the
1880 1S s00 0 rhat hat t it costs to send the Uni University Unlvtrslty tJnlversity ¬
versity of Washington eight to Madi Madison Madl80n Madieon ¬
son for Jie h race rac with the Badgers on
June 4 the transporting of the shell shellwill shellwUl shellwill
will use up J60 J60Robert JORobert
4 4Robert
Robert W V r Beach secretary seoret of the
I Patapsco Navy Isnt helping the row
Ing game any by his announcement
that he will do all In his power to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent a single entry from the Ball BaI Balimore I
more clubs In the Labor Day Dn regatta regattaon re tta ttaon
on the Schuylklll Sehuylkl11Boston Boston Herald HeraldFAST HeraldFAST HeraldFAST
FAST WRESTLING WRESTLINGAT
AT THE GAYETY GAYETYAmericus GAYETYAmerieUII GAYETYAfl5l1CU
Americus the youngster who holds holdsthe boldtthe holdsthe
the light heavyweight championship blp of ofthe ortbeworJd ofthe
the tbeworJd world is demonstrating demo at the theGayety theaew theGayety
Gayety this week that he Is Justly en entitled enI enIUUftd entitled ¬
titled to wear that title He is meeting meetingf
all comers comersThus comersThus cornersThus I
Thus Thus far Americas has thrown Joe ToeZorega JoeZorega
Zorega In Sfc 3 minute Harry Danforth Danfortho Danforth Danforthin
in 3 minutes mJnut and 20 0 seconds and Casper CasperSprosser CasperSproeser r
Sprosser in 9 minutes 36 0 seconds secondswiestled
wrestled e tled a fast bout with the heavy heavyweight heavyweight
weight champion of the South Shad Sthtdand ShadLink
Link and kept him so busy for fifteen fifteenminutes ctetn I
minutes that Link demands s a return returnmAtch returnmatch
match which will come off Friday Frida even evenIng i
ing Americus ta on the mat at the theGayety theGayety theGayety
Gayety after each show and so faa fYbaa
has put up some exceedingly ucee < classy claa j
bouts oou 11 11oou
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With the automobile owner rests re sts the whole tire proposition propositionabsolutely propositioobsclutelyand propositionabsolutelyand
absolutely bsclutelyand and the tiling he is most interested in is isHow How Much Tire TireMileage TireMileage TireiIeage
Mileage iIeage He Can Get for His Money MoneyExactly Mon MoneyExactly ey eyExactly
Exactly these reasons and no oiner a iher have made madethe madeWomolld madejjuiiiond
Womolld WomolldT
T TIRES TIRESthe I R 4E S Sthe
the Everywhere re Accepted epted Standard StandardUSERS USERS KNOW KNOWTHE KNOWTHE KNOWTIlE
THE DIAMOND RUBBER CO AKRON OHIO
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MOTORISTS DIRECTED DIRECTEDBY DIRECTEDBYHALLEYSCOMET
BY Dl BYHALLEYSCOMET BYHALLEYSCOMETAutomobile iv HALLEYS nALLLIO UAI i rvQ COMET COMETAutomobile pnMrr UUtflLl UUtflLlAutomobile
Automobile Party Loses Its ItsWay ItsXay ItsWay
Way Until Streak in inSky inSky inSky
Sky Is Seen SeenBy SeenBy SeenBy
By HARRY WARD WARDMuch WARDMuob WARDMuch
Much te 1 being said and a ad printed these thedtly thesedays
days dtly about the visit of Halleys comet cometProbably cometProbably cometProbably
Probably the credit ofbeing ot being the first firstto firstto firstto
to use this visitor which comes but butonce butonce butonce
once in seventyfive years as a means meansof meaDliot meansof
of recovering a lost road while travers tra traversbig rs rshag ¬
hag a desolate de country belongs to the th thROSa theRegal
Regal Plugger crew which is I making makinga
a 5009mile swing around the circle circleThe elrekThe circleThe
The partyleft party left Indianapolis the other otherafternoon otherafternoon
afternoon intent en getting into Louis Louisville Lou LouvUle LouisyUle ¬
yUle Ky at 10 1010 that night nl ht Miser Miserable Yierable Miserable ¬
able roads had to be negotiated all the theway thej theway
way j and streams forded in some places placesTo placesTo placesTo
To add to the discomforts not a habi habitation habitation habitatlon ¬
tation was to be seen the other side lde of
Seymour ind Time dragged dr gged on It was wasgrowing wugro11nglate wasgrowing
growing gro11nglate late and the men began to real ¬
ize they had been misdirected It drew drewDear drewnear
sear the hoar oC 2 oclock In the morn ¬
ing and still till the Plugger forged tor ed sup UP ¬
posedly ahead ah d Suddenly driver Dean
looking to the Rut sighted the comet
The comet boys he exclaimed Now Nowwe Nowwe Nowwe
we know the direction is east ea t and here herewe herewe herewe
we are headed in a northeasterly direc direction directies ¬
tion A short distance d tanee beyond they
Mme to a road leading Je lng to the right rightaad rightatid
aad this th brought them to the road lead ¬ I
ing into Louisville LouisvilleAccording LouisvilleAoeoedlng
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According to the statistics of an in ¬
ternational association a or o accident un ¬ I
derwriters giving causes of accidents
due to the use us of automobiles 412 per
cent of all mishap Il 8ba come from crank ¬ I
ing This Th astonishing utonJ bJng state of facts Caet i
has led a prominent auto manufacturing
company to fit a device that prevents pre entJI
< back kick to its ears as a part of the I
regular equipment This Is a a novelty
in equipment that is interesting < The Theattachment Theattachment
attachment te a light and simple three
piece affair that hardly would be no ¬
i ticed without attention a being called 1I to
It The action of the device fa to throw ro
th u starting crank out of en enback engagement
with the crankshaft whenever there Is Isa Isa
a back kick of the motor motorTires motorTtIM
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Tires will stand up longer on er under con constant constant eonslant ¬
stant country running runDtn than t aa they will If
they are used in running about town townaccording townaccording townaccording
according to experienced drivers driv The Thereason Thereuon Thereason
reason is I not hard to discover dfacov when whenone whenone whenone
one stops to consider the many turns turnsand turnsand
and stops a car makes the skidding
the th short turns crossing car tracks tracksand
and 54 ahoY all the methods of street streetsprinkling streeteprinkting
sprinkling Professional drivers and
tir tire men declare that HW mIles in the thecountry thecountry
country If run continuously will not
do half ta UM damage to a tire tn barring barrm
a puncture as the same distance to I
the city elt on abort bor rt trips A car will not I I11M
use onefourth as much gasolene ca oIeae under 1
the same conditions conditionsvolved CODCIIt1
conditionsI I i
While there Is a siortlvs rtI phase Iv Iv1olecI ir
volved In this years 31idden tour tM th
fact remains that the Industry IDdWltrywhoi as aswhole aswhole
whole Is I to be benefited and in the
important ways as follows tOllo Road build ¬
lag will be given an Impetus this betrg betrprobably betr betrprobably
probably the most important angle anglemanufacturing anglemanufacturing e emanutacturlDK
manufacturing not only of automo automobiles antor ¬
bliss bU but accessories C rlH as well will bi biextended b butEndeet bextended
extended the good n news we of the splendid splendidability aplenclklability splendidability
ability of automobiles will be beto spread
to the th remotest haml hamlet < t in the outlying outlyi oeatlyineountlsa
counties farmers tann 1I will find further rea reason rM80n reason ¬
son for taking an Interest in the problem problemof
of the emancipation of the horse horseEmerson hor1MEmenMm horseI horseEmerson
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Emerson and OTTO Orme agents ag8ll for the
Anderson have been advised the ca capacity capacity ¬
pacity of the Apperson plant in Kokomo KokomoInd XokomoInd Kolcomolad
Ind te I being Increased fully onethird onethirdby ooethlrdby I Iby
by an addition which te now in course courseof OOUIMoC courseof
of construction The new De building < was wasmade WMmade t tmade
made necessary ry by the increased volume volumeof volumeof
of the Apperson business As the Ap Appersons Aperaons Appersons
persons wisely make a feature of test testing tAMItIn testlug ¬
lug In their cars before they are permit permitted permlttfll permitted ¬
ted to lv leave th the factory it is th their ir in intention inI inItfnUon intentlon ¬
tention to devote the greater portion of ofthe ofthfJ 1 1the
the new structure if not all of It It to totM
the work of the testing departments departmentsThough departmentsS departmentsThough rtJneot8Tbogp
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Though he has ba been In Washington WashingtonBuick < 1 1only
only a few weeks as manager of the theBuick theBuick I
Buick branch T C Johnston Is making makIn makInhis
bIB influence felt In the trade in no un uncertain uneertaln uncertain ¬
certain manner Last week he had the theextreme theextreme
I Iextreme
extreme satisfaction of closing clo ln < sales for foififteen i i
fifteen Bulcks seven of them being to tooutoftown t toutoftown i
outoftown people These were C H HAlbert HA1beort HAlbert
Albert Harrteonburg Vs J H Smith SmithBtnpori SmithElnporla SmithFAnporia
Btnpori Vs Dr Bowers Sugar Grove GroveW GroveVot GroveW
W Va J N Grbe Harrteonburg HarrteonburgVa Harrl onburg onburgL
Va L E B Ramsburg Ramsbu Frederick Fr rtek Md MdCable XdCable MdCable
Cable Piano Company Richmond Va Vaand Vaand Vaand
and the road commissl > nor of Baltimore Baltimorecounty BaIUmoreeounty C Ccounty
county Saes Sa e to Washingtonians wras wr weras r ru
as follows I S Lee Dr S Sevenacm evenson J JL JL 1 1L
L Warren U S Realty Company William Wit Witdam 11 11Uam ¬
liam Goldsmith J F Obrecht Dr Stam Stamford Stamtord Slamford ¬
ford and Charles Anderson
AMATEUR LEAGUES LEAGUESGames LEAGUESGames LEAGUESGames
Games Today TodayCapital To TodayCaBital ay ayCapital
Capital City League LeagueSt St Stephens StephensInstitute stephks stephksln etephensInstitute
Institute ln vs Aloysius Club ClubDepartmental ClubDepartmental ClubDepartmental
Departmental league Csmmerco Csmmercoand Cemmerceand CemmercOand
and Labor vs 8 Agriculture AgricultureMarquette AgrleuJ AgnicultqreMarquette re reMarquette
Marquette LeagtaeColumbla League Columbia vs vsHygienic VSHygienic vsHygienic
Hygienic Laboratory LaboratorySunday Labora LaboratorySunday ory orySunday
Sunday School League LeaguePeck u Peck vs vsNinth VSNinth s sMn
Ninth NinthCommercial Mn NinthCommercial
MnCommorclal
Commercial League Berry BerryWhltmore BerryWhItmore BerryWhitniore
Whltmore vs Hecht HechtSuburban HechtSuburban HeCbtSuburban
Suburban League L LeagaeSUver g1eSUvcr Silver Spring Sprlngvs SprlngvsBrlglltwood vs vsBrigbtwood vsBnlghtwoo
Brigbtwood BrlglltwoodIftdependence BnlghtwooIndependence BrigbtwoodIndependence
Independence League Lea e National NationalUnion NaUonalUnion NationalUnion
Union vs Twining TwiningTerminal TwlniftgTerminal TwIniugTermInal
Terminal Railroad Y M C C A ALeague ALe ALeagueTrainmen
League Le LeagueTrainmen guTralnm Trainmen vs Car Depart Department Department Departmeat ¬
ment mentBankers mentBankers meatBankers
Bankers League L AguttAmerlc American n Se Security Se Security Sccurity ¬
curity vs American National NationalSouthern NationalSouthem NationaLSouthern
Southern Railway League LeagueNo LeagueNogame LeagueNogame No Nogame
game scheduled scheduledOlyrapla sche4aledOlympia scheduledOlympia
Olympia League L08gueSt St Stephens vs vsTanglewood VBTaugtewood vsTauglewood
Tanglewood TanglewoodColored TaugtewoodColored TauglewoodColored
Colored Departmental League LeaguWar League LeagueWar LeagueWar <
War and Navy vs Agriculture AgricultureAUGUST AgnlmalrsrcAUGUST AgricultureAmateur
AUGUST AUGUST 20 NAMED NAMEDAS NAMEDAS
AS OPENING DATE DATEAmateur DATEAmateur
Amateur Baseball Commis Commission Commission Commission ¬
sion Decides Important ImportantPost ImportantPost ImportantPost
Post Season Series SeriesSaturday SeriesS SeriesStur6ey
Saturday S turdy August 29 has practically practicallybeen PractlcaItybeen practicallybeen
been deeMed on as the opening date 4 te of ofthe ofthe I
the amateur baseball championship championshipseries chsnpIonabIpseries
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series the real feature ro of the season seasonfor ntor seasonfor
for the sandlot AdJot fane in Wa WashingtonThis Washington WashlagtonThis I ITbI
This was the most important business businesstransacted businesstrsneacted i itraneacted
transacted at a meeting m ng of the ama amateur amaleer ¬
teur commisskm at Spaldings Sporting SportingGoods SportingGoods
Goods store The date was suggested suggestedby sugge ted
I Iby
by a prominent DeDt member of the tb commis commission commission couuntssian ¬
sion and after some discussion 4 Mon was wasagreed V88ljrMd wasagreed
agreed upon as most desirable de from the thepresent thepre thepresent
present ent outlook outlookA
A committee e of three has been ap appointed appointed 1 1polDteci ¬
pointed to draft a schedule 8 and should 8bouldthe shouldthe shouldthe
the members of tate body bod see fit fit they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have been empowered em wered to t make makechaa a achange achange
change The ooamtlttee will make its itsreport tt ttreport Itsreport
report at ti i next meeting which will willbe wntbe wiltbe
be held within the tb next i ext few weeks weeksNo weekso weeksNo
No o other Ifc lpOTtsat ortnat action was taken takenouisMte takenoutside I Ioutalcle
outside of oltbe the transaction of general generalroutln geDeCl1 generalroutine
routine ro business brnlnooffManhattan businessI businessManhattan
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Manhattan tekders in the Indepeod Independence IndepeodDOC ¬
DOC League win undoubtedly antes the theservices theMrrice theservices
services of Charlie lIarIl Urabaugb U ba h its clever clevertwirUMr clovertwirler
twirler who signed to t play with Fred Frederick Fredentek ¬
erick iW independent tn t team The Theeea sac sacI se seees
I cess eea or o the team > to date can be partial partialy
y attributed to his consistent work workAll workn
All n games scheduled acwt for yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon aY aYaftemo
afternoon n were called off OB account of ofrain otrat ciI ciMt
rain rat
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M Mt t Pleasant the most recent ad addition addltioa addillon ¬
dillon to th the Suburban circuit is bound boundto boundto
to cause trouble for other teams before beforemany beforemany beforemany
many days The team te fortified with withexcellent withexcelt withexcellent
excellent material and several strong strongJames stroDgyell strongplayers
players yell will be added in the near nearture fu futuro
ture James Fegaa star receiver receivethe of ofthe 01the
the Manhattans present leader In the tli theIndependence i iIndepencJe
IndepencJe Independence T League Is the g latest to toera tojotn tejoin
join the ranks JILt the close e or the Bank Bankers Bankera
era League season s > n in June uIkeYO uIkeYORawUnga Ikey IkeyRawttngs IkeyRawUngs
Rawttngs will be b available availableA
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A meeting of the Independence League Leaguewill Leaguewin Leaguewill
will be h held d at t the home of President PresidentWrl Pre ld8DtWerlw PresidentWorLey
Werlw Wrl j Into eeeetug eeeetugThe v nlDg nlDgThe Ing IngThe
The printcpal business o OR tap will be bethe bethe bethe
the consideration of the proposition of offered atffJred oftoned ¬
toned by St Martins Club to buy the thefranchise thetranchlfi thefranchise
franchise now held by Advent The Tbemanagements TheJrULDKements TheL
managements of the clubs concerned concernedhave eonevnecihave concernedhay0 L
have practically reached an agreement agreementand agreementand t tand
and the sanction MDCUOttat of tbe board of man management mauagement ¬
agement of the league Is all that manI is isrequired Jsrequired Iirequired I
required to complete the deaL deaLChesapeake deaLChe dealS dealChesapeake
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Chesapeake Che peake and Potomac Telephone TelephoneCompany T TelOphOntCompany 1 ODeComp
Company n was t tv have made its debut debutas debulas
as a a member of the Commercial C League Leagueyesterday Leagueyeaterday Lesgueyesterday
yesterday Rain RaI interefered aDd pro proceedlngs proeeedtnp proceedings
ceedlngs were called > off of roati ntn a later laterdate laterdate iatedate
date dateThe
dateThe + 4 4The
The veteran Pop Harding is play ¬
ing a strong game In right field fo Zothe or orbeen
the e Commissioners His stick work be
been one of the features of the team teamwork teaxawork
I work to date
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Summer GarderlOpens Garden GardenOpens
Opens for the theSummer theSummer theSummer
Summer Season SeasonThursday SeasonThursday
Thursday Evening EveningMay EveningMay
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Old sores remain opon and an chronic ulcers refuse to heal because they the T
are kept constantly irritated and Infected by impurities in n the blood This
Impurity of the circulation may come from various causes A long spell of 0
debilitating sickness which breeds disease germs in the system the reten ¬
tion of refuse matters of the body because of 3 sluggish condition of the thseliminative fiji fijieliminative
eliminative members a a continued malarial state of health inherited bad ba
blood etc are usually responsible But whatever the cause of the Infected Infectedcirculation infectetcirculation
circulation the sore or ulcer CANNOT heal until the blood is purified
S S S heals sores and ulcers in the very simplest way It Just goes into mt
the circulation and removes the Impurities and an polluted matter which are ar
the means of keeping tho soro open then the sore is bound to heaL S S S S I
Is the finest of all blood purifiers and not only does it cleanse the circula ¬
lion but It adds the necessary healing qualities to the blood and in this way wa waassists
assists nature to quickly cure sores and ulcers Salves washes lotions etc etccan etciaii
can do no permanent good toward healing on old sore because such treatment
does not reach tho blood These external applications may be soothing and andcleansing am amcleansing
cleansing but the healing must begin at the bottom and this Is just what wha t
S S S does by first purifying the blood and then furnishing nourishment nourishmentand n nand t tand
and health to all the thelleshtissues flesh esh tissues Book on Sores and Ulcers free to all who wIt 0 0yrito
write and request it it JEHB flI SWITT BPEOIIQ 1 1l0IfIQ QQ COJATLANX ATLJTTA GA
GOOD JOBS OPEN OPENATROARDENNAN I IAT
AT ATROARDENNAN ATROARDENNANPair ROW ARDEN NAN I IPair
Pair of Human Punching PunchingBags PunchingBags PunchingBags
Bags Wanted at Jeffries JeffriesTraining JeffriesTraining Jeff ries riesTraining
Training Camp CampSAN
SAN l FRANCieCO May x Mayhuelcy v 3t lTwe lTweJauslty Tw Twhusky
husky ablebodied young heavyweights heavyweightswho beauywektswho W7W4IIP W7W4IIPvbo
who can take a lot of pommeling can canfind eaaAnd emslied
find a good Job at atas ftowordennan aotta aottaas acting actingas
as human twr punching bags for J JJeffries Jes J JJ JJoIfries
Jeffries JeffriesThe J JoIfriesThe efirlesThe
The big fellow spurred by ta the failure failureof faIIurof failureof
of the members of his camp to got out outof rMtof eatof
of the old ladies lad home homesearching class is issearching IssearchIng
searching for some lire heavyweights hea t tgive to togive tgiv >
give giv him active fighting 8gh A and It Is ex enpected ¬
pected that in a day or two be win have bAftthe havethe
the he men he needs Jeffries J eartM decision to tolire h
hire some good young bOxers to help
him has given the fight gbt at fans more hope hopethan hopethan
than anything he has done doneBab doneBob
Bob Armstrong Joe Cboynefcl and andSam JIClSam andSent I
Sam Berger were absolutely unable t0 t0give tAtgIve togive
give him the proper amount f boxing boxIngand
and Jeffries Jett deefeton to do MOW fight fightIng AlbtJng flghtlug
lug Instead of training as if for a aMarathon
Marathon Xart Oft race has encouraged his fol tol10w8rS ¬
lowers greatly greatlyThe greatlyThe greatlyThe
The announcement that Jack Joteeon Joteeonand Jobusosaand And
and Billy Delaney were flirting with wftheach witheach witheach
each other and that Jeffries former formertrainer formertrainer
trainer and handler would probably
take charge cb rge of the Johnson 1 camp im tanmediately immedJately Immediately
mediately was received with glad ao aoolaim ac accla1m acciatm
olaim by the followers of the theDe1Dey negro negroDelaney negroDelaney
Delaney thus far has refused to make makepublic makepublic makepublic
public his decision in th the matter but buthe
he held a long conference yesterday yesterdaywith ytedaeywith
with ltb Johnson after
which it was prac practically ¬
tically admitted that If b he did di not take
active t1ve charge of o the training he would
at lease 0r be in Johnsons corner co on the theJohnson
day of the fight fightJohnson aptJoIuuio1
Johnson yesterday put p t in a loDe run
along the beach and spent th the rest of
tbe day doing hill climbing work te
his auto Today TO y he WH scheduled for
a lot of rough and ready r boxing with
some of the strong heavyweights tat his
camp C8JDpThe
The action of the pollen committee of
the board of supervisors in recommea
dating that a fight permit for recommeoI a a forty
flveround br0un4batUtorTulybepoaaW battle for July 4 be granted grantedwHl grantedwill
will probably be accepted by the tlMat board boardat boardat
at its next meeting 1DMt1 There now seems seemsno NelDano seemsno
no chance to prevent the flgJi in Frisco
Ministers protested pro to tb the police com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee but the entire but bucDe8a ness com community c0mmunity rn rnmunlty ¬
munity seemed to favor the fight and
the committee urged the board of super supervisors supervisors ¬
visors to grant the permit permitThe permitThe
The Downtown Association the Hotel Hotelmens Hotelmens Hotelmens
mens Association and a a number of the tk1I1fMt
largest business organizations In San
Francisco met today In the St Francis FrancisHotel FrandIIHotel FrancisHotel
Hotel to devise plans for offsetting the thefight thefight thelight
fight being waged by the ministers ra The Thebusine Thebusiness
business s mens slogan n Jr i We want the theflght thflht
fight ht and they will try tf to show that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the sentiment of the whole city to for forthe torthe forthe
the granting of the permit permitTECHNICAL pennttTECHNICAL permitTECHNICAL
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The student st eDt body at Teetoioal T High Highis
is jubilant today over the victory of ofthe ofthe r rthe
the ball team ia its game with West Westera Vtena Westera
era at t Union Park yesterday J after afterneon attoneon afternoon
neon neonBy neonBy noonBy
By winning Tech gains second hon honors hostor ¬
ors or in the high nl h school championship championshipseries champlonhlpMrle cbsmplonshlseries
series with Western Business e an an1 an1Easten anEastern < l lEastern
Eastern finishing in the order orderWestecJI named namedWestern namedWestern
Western players shattered the hopes hopesof hope5ot
of their followers who turned out in inlarge Inlarge Inlarge
large numbers expecting to witness witnessone witnessODe witnessone
one of the best games of the series seriesThey 8 seriesThey rl S SThey
They gave the worst exhibition of the theseries tt theseries e eseries
series their fielding being particularly particularlyerratic prtJculadyettect particularlyerratic
erratic erraticIn
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championship form hitting the ball ballhard banhard bailhard
hard and timely and fielding like likeveterans likeveterans likeveterans
veterans
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