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10 J THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY MAY 30 1910
CRITICAL PERIOD PERIODFOR PERIODFORASHINGTON
FOR FORASHINGTON FORASHINGTONTwo WASHINGTON WASHINGTONTwo
Two Games All Around the theCircuit theCircuit theCircuit
Circuit Today oday Will Decide DecideIts DecideIts DecideIts
Its Status StatusFIGURES StatusFIGURES StatusFIGURES
FIGURES AGREE AGREEWITH AGREEWITH AGREEWITH
WITH STANDING STANDINGMcAleers ST STANbINGMcA1eer ANbINGlicAleerg1ien
McAleers licAleerg1ien Men Fifth In Nearly N arly All
iYepartthentsBostoir iYepartthentsBostoirFielding Departments arnnentsEostow arnnentsEostowFielding Boston5 f fFielding
Fielding Badly BadlyBy BadlyBy Bad1yBy
By THOMAS S RICE RICEIt
It used to be the racket to open openWashington a aWashington aWashington
Washington baseball story with withprayer withprayeror prayer prayerfor prayertor
for or better luck the th next day Now oW H t te tebecoming Jbecoming Isbecoming
becoming the th custom cuStQm to burst into tons tonsas lOngas sonsas
as an opener open We r T burst Into song one onein ones oneain onesIn
in three places pla os and K sa were BO long kni get getting 8ottlng getting ¬
ting over It t we havent done it since sincebut stncebut sincebut
but we feel eo1 symptoms s itptoms that way again apinWith ajainWith againWith
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With two games gam in N New w Yoek today todaythose tod8Ythose tOdftYthose
those naughty Nationals I < Xe we e havent haventcalled hV8ItcalJed haventcafled
called them that since the day Jake JakeStahl TakeStahl JakeStahl
Stahl took the team to the front for tormlnuto a aminute aminute
minute have a swell chance to plant plantthemselves plantthemselvN plantthemselves
themselves firmly in the leadership of ofthe orthe ofthe
the second division Cleveland can hard hardly hardh hardly ¬
ly hope to take two games from Chi Chicago Chieago ChIcago
cago today and in fact t t it would be bemore bemore bemore
more natural for Chicago to take both bothCcmiskey bothComiskey bothC
Ccmiskey C mLskey may be supposed ed te t have re reserved re reserved ¬
served one of his very beet pitchers for forthis forthl forthis
this thl morning with 1th the idea of winningthat winnlngthat winning winningthat
that game and stirring up the fane to tosee tosee tosee
see the afternoon exhibition As A two twogames I Igames
games in a row from Cleveland would woulddo
do much to cheer up those e who have havebecome havebecome havebecome I
become disgusted ted with the poor show showing showIng ho hoing ¬
ing of the Sox we would suppose lleo that thatComlskey thatoml5key 1 1Comiskey
Comlskey would come right back with withanother withanother I Ianother
another special and desperate effort to towin towln I
win the second battle Then glory be beif beit beif
if Washington Washln < ton splits oven In New ew York Yorktoday Yorktoday Yorktoday
today and Cleveland loses two this thisblessed thisJIlessed thisjlessed
blessed town to n will have a margin of ofabout ofabout ofabout
about two games at the front of the thesecond theeccond
second division instead of the paltry paltryhalf paUryhaIr paltrihalf I
half game that now stands between betw n it itand Itand I Iand
and a fall to sixth place placeThis placeTbls placeThis
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This may ma sound like a loose loo e and die dieconnected disconnected dieconnected
connected argument but on the level levela
a Washington baseball ba writer has to tolearn tolearn tolearn
learn all over again when it comes to towriting towriting towriting
writing about victories Ictorle spurts first firstdivisions lintdivisions t tdivisions
divisions passing Detroit etc etc etcThe eteThe etcThe
The words have a strange sound and anfiit n nit andit
it takes time to become accustomed aecu tomed to tohandling tohandling
handling them with impunity impunityIt
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It is interesting to note that Wash Washington WA3ington ¬
ington occupies exactly the same me place placeIn p1acein placeIn
In the race that it occupies in team teambatting teambatting teambatting
batting distance dl tance hitting hItUn and fielding ileldlJ1 ileldlJ1It
It is fifth in all and showing a ten tendency tendtncy ¬
dency to go up The swatting aver averages averagfs averages ¬
ages sometimes are completely at atvariance atadance atvariance
variance with the standing of the theclubs thedubs theclubs
clubs In the year that the White WhiteSox WhiteSox WhiteSox
Sox won the worlds championship championshipthey
they th > y used to be at the bottom in hit hitting hitting hItting ¬
ting and Washington occasionally occasionallywould occasionallyWould occasionallywould
would bat itself Into the first division divisionThis divIsionThis dIvisionThis
This season there t is more consistency
Philadelphia first in the race race is bat batting battIng batting ¬
ting 263 five points better than thanton Bee Boston Beeton ¬
ton which is fourth in the real pro procession proc procession ¬
cession c 5slon Detroit and New York are arebatting arebatting arebatting
batting after fter Boston then comes comesWashington comesashlngton comestVashtngton
Washington with Uh 25 The miserable miserableshowing miserableshowing miserableshowIng
showing of Cleveland is accounted for forcontention forby forby
by the tact that It Is batting JOO The Thecontention Thecontention
contention in this column that St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis has the makings of a better betterball betterball betterball
ball team than it is putting on the thefleld thefield thefield
field now Is shown by the th fact that It Itis ItIs Itis
is batting 208 which is better than thanboth thanboth thanboth
both Cleveland and Chicago ChicagoBut ChIcagoHu
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But look at the lead of thorn Ath Athletics Athletics Athletics ¬
letics They have 114 points on New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York YorkIn YorkIn YorkIn
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In fact the agreement between betw the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various averages and nd the standing of ofthe oCthE o othe
the teams is most remarkable In near nearly nearh nearly ¬
ly all kinds of batting the first division divisionclubs divisionclubs divisionclubs
clubs are the th first four and the theIs same sameis sameIs
is true of the fielding Washington a8hlngt n is isfifth Isflfth isfifth
fifth in fielding followed by St Louis LouisChicago Louiehkgo LouisClkao
Chicago and Boston B the last being beln the theonly theoub theonly
only discordant note in the harmony of ofthf orth ofth
thf th figures Boston is at the bottom in infielding Infiedlng infielding
fielding while Cleveland is second from fromtho fromth fromthe
the th toP The record of errors gives givessome gives1I0m givessome
some < idea of why Boston is fourth in inthe Inthe Inthe
the race although it is 8 second in bat batting batting battirig ¬
ting but the Red Sox pitchers have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been going rather badly and have been beena
a more important factor than the mis misplays m mplas misplays
plays playsOld plasOld playsOld
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Old Doc Gessler is right there th as sixth
in the list of individual sluggers Klve Klvedoubles I1vedQublts iIvedoubles
doubles six 5I Ix triplets and aThoroer a homer for forthe torthe rorthe
the phyulckin phyulckinFackey VhJctanP
5 5Packey
Fackey P ckey McFarland and Freddie Welsh Welshare Welshart Welshare
are to tight in London tonight for the thelightweight thelIghtweight thelightweight
lightweight championship of Great G t Bri Britain Britain BrItalii ¬
tain Welsh lsh already having won that thattitle tbattitle thattitle
title and andtbe the Lonsdale belt Th They y are areto areto areto
to battle at the new English light lighttvelght Ugbtelght lightweight
weight elght limit which is 135 l pounds weigh weighin
in six Ix hours efore t entering the ring
The winner wJl almost certainly meet meetWolgast meetogast meetWolgast
Wolgast ogast for the t e worlds title Neither NeitherMrFarland NeltbertIcFarland NeitherMcFarland
MrFarland nor no Welsh eJsh is remarkable for forhis torhis forhis
his punch ami by the same token tokenWlgast tokennlgast tokenVlgast
Wlgast nlgast is not the hardest hitterof his hisgeneration bisgeneration bi bigeneration
generation by any means Wolgast olgast will willprobably willprobably willprobably
probably insist that the winner tonight tonightmeet tonightmeet tonightmeet
meet him at the American lightweight lightweightlimit ligbtwelghtlimIt lightweightlimit
limit which is 133 l pounds ringside and andthere andtlere andthere
there are possibilities of a long windy windynewspaper windynew windyiiewpaper
newspaper new paper quarrel between tonights tonightsvictor tonightsVktor tonightsvIctor
victor and Wolgast If Wolgast t refuses refusesto refuseto
to accept the 135 pounds and Welsh or orMcFarltuid or1CFarJtuad orMcFarland
McFarltuid refuses to do 188 which whichwould whlcbWould whichwould
would be especially hard for McFarland McFarlandthe
the Britishers will simply recognize to torights torlghls torIghts
rights winner as champion of r tbe world worldand worldand worldanci
and let it I go g at that that a policy that will willno willgive willgive
give tht them > m much satlsractlon satlsactlon but Httle Httleno eettho
no o disputes disputesQUAKER disputesQUAKER disputesQUAKER
QUAKER RACKETERS RACKETERSAT
AT NORFOLK TODAY TODAYNorth TODAYNorth TODAYNorth
North and an l South South t to Vie for f r Honors HonorsIn Honorsi
In I Intercity Tennis TennisLeague T TenisLeague 1 is isL
League LeagueNORFOLK L LeagueNORFOLK agt e eORForK
NORFOLK Va May ay 30Th tennis tennteEQiiads tennissllltd teantiSC1IIadS
EQiiads represcntinit Philadelphia aad aadNorfolk aadorfolk andorolk
Norfolk orolk will open o n the local season senonathe on onthe onthe
the courts of o th Country Club tomor tomorrow tomorrow teeterrow ¬
row afternoon this belnr bel the lint of the thointercity theInteroUy lb lbIntercity
intercity matches matt ef of Ute MMdl Atlantic AtlanticStates AtIanUIitatef UDdcStateG
States Tennle Associttion wnposed cZflPO of ofNorfolk or1orlolk ol olorfolk
Norfolk PhDadelphtt WaShtoRton W WLThthtltOil23alUrnore on aDd aadBaltimore aDdBalUmore
Baltimore The squad from frc fromCIty UM Quaker QuakerCity QuakerC1t
City C1t represents represents the Racquet Club which whichis
is composed of some of the b best i tennis tennisplayers teIUIlspIRYC1S I
players In the East Monday afternoon afternoonthere afternoonthere afternoorthere I
there will be a atotal total of twelve t elve matches matcheswhich ntatcbwbich I Irich
which rich includes eight sinjcies etS and four fourdoubles fourdoubl fouidoubleL
doubles doubl S The local eomtntitoe has com completed complptcd complted ¬
pleted arranrenwnts aIT8D eJ for making the at affair atfair atfair ¬
fair Qult QLitea a aocUi ey evut it and after the theplav tMpbv th thL
play the visitors villto will be e entertained f1 at atthe atthe 1 L
the Country Cltib bib 1b and Ghent Club both bothexclusive bothexd botiextluStre 1
exclusive exd oreamzaUonc eorsaJdaUoDsWhitt oreamzaUoncWhile
While the lineup Tteup of the Philadelphia Philadelphiahas I
has not yet been beenncelved n received the following followiUSom followingcomtx
comtx C om the theJe local suuid td James H HVlnstonW HWfnstQn
WfnstQn VlnstonW ker ter H L Ta Tnr tor Jr Hugh HujrhAVhitefi Hu HuVhltehu1 HughWhItebel Ht t
AVhitefi Vhltehu1 ad Vksh Ium Reid J Sauaders SaGlNlelllTaylor SaundenTaylor I ITaylor
Taylor Charles J1l McHKosb M Agaiaeto Agaiaetoand Agelanttaid Jutoand
and C Angler An IeJ
STANDING S ANDINGOF OF THE CLUBS CLUBSAMERICAN CLUBSLEAGUE CLUBSAtERI4N
AMERICAN AtERI4N LEAGUE A NATIONAL 1i TIONAL LEAGUE
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Athhrtles AthhrtlesBoston Mkl U ts fi 3 4 2 22 22J 2 3 5 i
Boston BostonChicagof J J 2 2 2 2 I I 17 17Chfcqi 17Chicago
Chicago ChicagofCleveland 9 ITJZ r fZ z 4 > 3 30S J > 1 l lCleveland 10 10Cleveland
Cleveland ClevelandDetroit 0S 0 i 2 0 6 1 14 14Detroit 146130
Detroit DetroitNew 2 1 14 4 i 2 6 6130 6130New 1 O ONew
New York YorkS 2 i 3 rX Sary SaryI 3 2 t4 t4S4fIotI 4 4
S S4fIotI 54 Ionto IontoWashington I 1 1 1 lF 1 I IWhhln
Washington t n 2 > S1 1 33 3332 3 3 3 3Games 2 2Games 1fi 1fiMes
Games Mes Lost t7 7 14 3i71 M 17 1C Mk36 S 912S 912Sr 1912S
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HARVARD HABARI3 FAVORITE FAVORlTFAGAINST FAVORITEAGAINSTCORNELL
AGAINST AGAINSTCORNELL AGAINSTCORNELLGreatBattle CORNELL CORNELLGreat
Great GreatBattle Battle of OarsIs OarslsEx OarslsExf OarslsExcred Ex Extd x f
i pected cred td on n the th Charles CharlesThis CbarlesThis CharlesI
I This Afternoon AfternoonBOSTON 1ft Aftern9onDOSTON rnQ9n rnQ9nOOSTON
BOSTON My UHaIrd 3 Harvard was a aslight aslipt aalight
slight favorite vwUs for the rac race with Car Carneil C Cnell
neil here today on the Charle the thebig tl8biC
big race of 0 th t regatta regattaTen resaUL1eft regattaTea
Ten shells full of C husky oarsmen oarsmenwere fI oargmenwere en enWere
were out on onthe n the t e Wator Ifa r early for fora a last lastpaddle Iaatpa4dle lastpaddle
paddle before the starters pistol this thisafternoon thieattenoq thistterfluqa
afternoon afternoonHarvards attenoqHarvards a
Harvards varsity crew erellf with an anaverage a avur anaverage
average vur ge weight t ot 178 1 8 was believed to tobe 110be
be as good as any 53 ybieh which ever wore worethe W9 W9he r rthe
the t he crimson Cornells Corn U men were werolighter wereUshler wereighter
lighter l averaging 173 Their aver average averagt average ¬
age age ag is I greater and though tbou h the thecrimson th thcri
crimson cri on was slightly the choice the theexperience thltxperience theexperience
experience of the Cornell men was wasexpected wasexpected IUS IUSexvected
expected to offset their lack of power powerOf pOweror powerof
Of the th four races scheduled for or th thregatta thr thregatta
regatta r the first between Caacadllla CaacadlllaSCHOOL CascadillaSenool
SCHOOL 0001 of oi Ithaca and the Stone Stonescnuol Stonecuol lone I Ici1Uol
scnuol of Boston was to start at 280 280PAt O Op
p m mAt mAt
PAt At 3 p m th the Harvard Newell Boat BoatClub BoatChlb
Club which was beaten Saturday by byWorcester byWorcester byWorcester
Worcester High School was ached scheduled acheduJed schodulod ¬
uled to row the Technology varsity varsitycrew vanJitycrew
crew The varsity race r rate e Harvard and andCornell andCornell andCornell
Cornell was scheduled to start tart at 4 4P 4AROUND 4P 4p
P DL DLAROUND in inAROUND
AROUND THE CIRCUIT CIRCUITIN
IN MAJOR LEAGUES LEAGUESFred
Fred < red Teensy Tenne the veteran first ftrstman base baseman baseman ¬
man will probably act as Scout for f H the theBoston tltelloetoa
Boston Americans for or the remainder of ofthe oClhe
the t he on onRoy seasonRoy
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Roy Miller the husky Boston Bo rtthtfieWer
l fieMer ia I a Canadian medical student studentHe studentHe tudentIe
He was secured from Chicago in a trade tradefor tradetor tradefor
for Richie RichieScoops RlcbleScooS
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Scoops Carey th the veteran Balti Baltimore BltlJPOre ¬
more m ore flrst baseman e UUJ more recently with withMemphis withMemphis
Memphis hs accepted terms to manage manageJonesboros managJonesboro
Jonesboros team in th the Arkansas ArkansasLeague ArttalWlUlLe ArkaniheLeague
League Le He is playing with the Altoona AltoonaTriState AltoonaTritate AltoonaTnState
TriState League team now nowPitcher nowPitcher
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Pitcher Burke of the Bostons O to only onlynineteen onlynineteen onlynineteen
nineteen years old H He was s a student studentat
at Notre Dame until this year and andI andlitctte4 andJitCh01
I litctte4 JitCh01 > itcnedeii 8I1 the baseball he team Last sum summer ummer suminer ¬
mer he played on the Lynn team in the thev theNew theNew
New v EnglAnd E I Le3qe T u under th the name namediscovered nameof
ot Connelly This tact Tact h having Yin been beendlecoverM beendiscovered I
discovered by the authorities at NetreDame NotreDame
Dame they y refused to let him pitch on onthe onthe I Ithe
the team there this spring on the ground groundthat groundthat groundthat
that he was a professional profe atonJ so he did not notreturn notreturn i ireturn
return to college c Uegel but decided to make makeibander makebueball makebaseball
baseball his PCOeMton prohasiou He ill a left letthander leftbander
bander banderHiggins hander1UcstJUt banderkilgglns
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Higgins th t Cardinal pitcher who wholast whoast 00 00last
last l ast week was released n to the Denver Denverclub Denverclub Denverclub
club of the Western Ve tern League Lea has re received re received received ¬
ceived his third release since originally originallyJoining originaJlyjoining originallyjoining
Joining the Cardinals This time the lad ladgoes wigoes ladgoes
goes to Bloomington Threei This is isthe IIJthe Isthe
the club St Louis secured him from fromHiggins tromHlglPftII fromHiggins
Higgins has had a varied career He Hecame Hecame HeCaine
came to the Cardinals who sent him to toLittle toLittle toLittle
Little Rock Mike Finn could not use usehim ushim usehim
him and returned him to Bresnahan BresnahanH I IHo
Ho H delivered fast ball and was about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the only winning pitcher the team had hadThe badThe
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The Boston Americans have captured capturedtwo capturedtwo capturedtwo
two of the most desirable players of ofthe ohthe
the strong < Holy Cross College team teamFoley team teamFoley teamFoley
Foley the pitcher and Mahoney the thecatcher thtcatcher I Icatcher
catcher Foley < oley was beaten ten by b Har Harvard Harvaro liarvend ¬
vend 1 to 0 Harvard not scoring scorl g until untilthe unlUthe untilthe
the last inning and in the return game gameat pmeat gameat
at Worcester orcester he landed his eontest contestdoing eontestdoing eontestdoing
doing splendid work Mahoney is a avery avery nvery
very fast player > r who is bound to shine shinein shinein shineIn
in faster company and there is no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt at all that Boston has a first firstclass ftnltel firstchase
class el man in this player Arthur Irwin Irwinwent Irwinwent Irwinwon
went won t to Worcester to look over the ma material material matenial ¬
terial but came too late and went wentaway wentaway wentaway
away emptyhanded Several clubs were wereafter wereaner wereafter
after Martin the th crark pitcher of Tufts TuftsCollege TutsCoUeg TuftCollese
College but found that Connie Mack Mackon Mackhad Mackhad
had tied him up Connie Is a great bug bugon bu
on college con e players and has been very verysuccessful verysuccessful veryauecea r
successful auecea ul in developing them themStandings themI themStandingsand
I Standings Standingsand and Possibilities PossibilitiesAMERICAN Pos PossibilitiesAMERICAN ibiIit es esAMERICAN
AMERICAN LEAGUE LEAGUEYesterdays LEAGUEYesterdays
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Yesterdays Results ResultsCleveland ResultsCle ResultsCleveland
Cleveland Cle eInd 4 Chicago O 3 3Detroit 3Detroit 3Detroit
Detroit 12 St Louis 4 4Todays 4Todays 4Todays
Todays Games GamesTwo GamesTo GamesTwo
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Chieago ChIegoat go4t at Cleveland ClevelandWashington CiWtelandaM tve1andWashington
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New York 10 111 I7 7 877 1i7Detrott M6 M6Detroit I5 I5Detroit
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j San S n an Francisco r ranClSCO District D stnct Attof Attoftiey A tter1
1 ujrWasFamofls tiey YVas Was Famous Football1 Football1Player o tb tbPlayerYears
Player PlayerYears Years Ago Agofan Ago6cn Agon f
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fan n Francisco rfranchtc fight gtit reformers roto en havxt havxtJuot hV hVjtMt havitset
Juot i tset been informed that the Jeffries JeffriesJohnion TetrrleTohon
Johnion J championship ftlp encounter on July JulyFourth JulyFpurih JulyFpurtii
Fourth Fpurih te being arrsnged med and will W WConducted b4oondueted be beoonducted
Conducted under the th laws 1 of o the State StateTh StateThe
Th The district attorney has said that he hehas heh hehag
has h no right to Interfere and will not notinterfere notInterfere notnterfere
Interfere i interfere It may may be interesting tq know knowwhat k kwhat knowwhat
what sort of a man is this t district datrtctat datrtctattorne at attorney atornay ¬
torney torne t who braves brav the ministerial m nterlal wrath wrathof prathor
of the whole country and brushes bru aside asidethe JlMldethe asddethe
the cries of graft as mere raindrops raindropsAbout ralndropAbout raindropsAbout
About fifteen years so to 00 Charlie Flckett Flckettsaid FIckettsak1 Flckettaki
said s Koodby oo by to the Iks at home in inDetroit InDetroit kitDel1o1t
Detroit and boarded the train for the theLeMmd theLeJlrnd
LeMmd Stanford University near Frisco FriscoHe PrlseoHe
He wai ws s a big rawboned fellow over oversix oyersix oversix
six feet f tall and weighing about aboutpounda 230 230pounds 2
pounds in his nature clothes clotb His whale whalelike whalelike whaleike
like l proportions made the tb heart of the thefootball thefootball theootball
football f coach rejoice for the oldtime oldtimefootball oldtimetootb oldtimefootball
football U was then la vogue og and Charlie Charlielooked Charlielooked Charlieooked
looked l like the makins of o a splendid splendidguard splendidguard splendidguard
guard guardThey guardThe guardThey
They The put him on the football fOOl bt 1 team teamHe teamHe tamHe
He had little or no opposition oppo for the theposition thepo theposition
position po of left guard d Oldtimers have havevivid haveIvid havevivid
vivid Ivid recollections of Flckett ripping up upopponents upopJO upOpponenis
opponents opJO enUJ lines and breaking up mass massplays mauplas masspiay
plays in Just t the roughest and most t ot orthodox otthodox othodox ¬
thodox t manner man r But b he was as a heady headyplayer headYplayer headyplayer
player and a 4l Western critics placed him himon himOn himon
on a par with Heffelnnger of Yale which whichis
is I s the pinnacle of fam tame in the eyes ey of ofth o otbe ofhe
th tbe t he football critic criticWeil criticWen criticwell
Wen Flckett finished uJICbeoIlr schooiirg g and andwent andWellt andeet
went eet out into the t > rid to practice pradl his histheories hltheories
theories t of the law He received receivedmany reeebedlDaIU recetvedmany
many setbacks but in a short tiro time timeII h hwas he hewa
was wa II plunging ahead with the same me reck recklepji reekIffii reckPO
lepji PO spirit and ash sh that characterised characterisedhim
him h im on the gvidiron 1dlron He proved pro a fighter fighterthrough fttchterthrough lighterhrough
through t mel through thro gb which may be begiven belysu
given g lysu as thw th rea r reasei r i he occupies the chair chairof cb r rf
of o f district attciney jf J San Francisco to today today today ¬
day dayCharlie dayCbarll dayCharlie
Charlie Fickett tb t the man of ofthe the hour hourIn hourIn hourn
In i n college MId a ngli dgier > er r in polities poIl te tethe itthe isthe
the last man in the world to charge chargewith chargewiUJ chargewith
with crookedness or fickleness in his hisIdeas hisJdea hisIdeai
Ideas of right d < ht and wrong in law la lawS under underinfluence underinftuenee underInfluenee
influence According to his friends lie e
has eeiabMshed e tablt hed his policy and will tl stand standT a aby nd ndby
T by v ft until the lawsor la laws w oC the Stateare Statearecruntged State 5tatc ar archanged
changed c ed It looks as though the light figntwr ilghtI lightwere
wr were I j a certainty now unless s either the tneprmolpals theprlsolp
prmolpals prlsolp r1 lefahls falls dead or breaks an arm armJABS armJABS armJABS
JABS AND JOLTS JOLTSFROM JOLTSFROM JOLTSFROM
FROM THE ARENA ARENAJack
Jack Goodman will be the next op opponent opponent opponent ¬
ponent for Jem Driscoll Dr lI They ro meet J1Metat meetat et etat
at the th Fairmount Athletic Club New NewYork Ne NeYork NewYork
York on Tuesday night nightGrover nightGrover nightC nightGrover
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Grover Hayes the popular little Chi Chicago < hl hlcgo htcago ¬
cago boxer is still in Philadelphia look looking IookInS lookIng ¬
ing for a match against any of o the thelads thelads thelads
lads in his class Hayes has been do doing aoIng dolug ¬
ing t little light training tra1nI and is in ingood 10QOd ingood
good shape shapeJack snapeTack shapeJack
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Jack OBrien has been watching the thecareer thecareer thecareer
career of Jim Johnson He thinks the thebig thebig thebig
big negro a promising heavyweight heYywet ht but
believes he could jab Johnson T s head headoff headotr L Loff
off before the end of a sixround bouL bouLHarry boutHarry
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Harry Mansfield the English middle middleweight mlddleeight middleweight ¬
weight eight is anxious to get a match with withany withany
any of the good men in his class cla He Hewould Hewould e
would like to meet Billy Papke or Frank FrankKlauss FrankKlau8 FrankKlaue
Klauss if a match can be arranged arrangedPal arrangedPal arrangedC arrangedPal
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Pal Moore the clever little Philadel Philadelphian Philadelphian > I Iphian
phian hag h been bt en matched with Tern JemDrtecoll TernDr JetsDrkieoll
Drtecoll Dr ll for ten rounds in New York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and it is reported also that the pair pairare p1rare paliare
are to fight twenty or more rounds in inCalifornia InCaUrornla 11California
California after the theew TCew York match matchTommy matchTommy matchTommy
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Tommy Sullivan the Lawrence a Tenee Masswelterweight < Mass Masswelterweight Masswelterweight
welterweight has returned home for tOrshort a ashort a ashort
short time but he wil keep himself elt in inshape inshape ui uishape
shape for anything that may turn up upand upand upand
and b Ihe ready to return to Philadelphia Philadelphiaat
at an hours notice notkeJimmy noticeTImmy noticeC noticeJimmy C
Jimmy Clabby had some one on the theJtob theJ th thb
Jtob J b on Friday nigh at the Nonpareil NonpareilClub NonpareilClub NonpareIlChub
Club in Philadelphia who was quick quickto quic1to
to get to the telegraph office for all allthe I Ithe
the outoftown papers are crediting
Clabby with an easy victory over overTommy overTommy oreTommy
Tommy Coleman ColemanJini ColemanJim
5 5Jim
Jim Flynn could not get any fights fightsin fightiIn
in the East owing to the high prices priceshe priceshe pricethe
he demanded dem nded for his services and he hehas hehaa htham
has returned to the Pacific coast coastFlynns coastFhnns
Flynns next match will be with coastr Billy r
Papke at Los Angeles within the next nextew nextew
< fow ew weeks weeksas Ve ks ksPat
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Pat Moore who used toset to get as hIgb hIgbas higIas
as 1sCor 1S for boxing six rounds In Phila ¬
delphia only a few months ago 3 O is isreported Isto I Iteported
reported to be very sore so1eoserthe over tfte fact factthat tacttbat factthat
that he only received a trifle over
51800 1300 for his sixround experience experienceHirst experlencewith i itvith
with Tem DrIscoll last Wednesday
night lghtToe
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Toe Hirst is anxious to meet any of o f
thfc th > sixround boxers who claim that t
they theyean can an make 133 pounds Hirst says saysthe S
tJot the weight eIght just suits him and a nd he h hileadr
isJeadr ileadr rt dY to post a forfeit torf lt to tmcife make It if ifcah S
lie can get on a match withrany one at atthat a t
that weight figure ligureAdam figureAdam gure gureAdam
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Adam Ryan is not satisfied with the theresult thee iii C Cresult
result e of his h 18 recent rec ent encounter tvitii witi itb John Johnny J JohnIW ¬
ny ri Willeqs and he wants w nts another con contest eon 5onto8t eontest < ¬
test Ryan claims that during three threerounds th thT thrp
T rounds of r the tb bout WHIettswas Wmett 88 loqlins f O1IZI O1IZIconstantly tl i
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New York Breaks Winning WinningStreak WinningStreak WinningStreak
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NEW YORK May 30 Washington 0WashIngtonost Washingtonlost n I
lost lo l t the morning gam here h e to New NewYork NewYC1rk Nework
York Y ork today by 3 to L LIt LIt 1 1It
It was a rare pitching duel In which whicha whichsingle
a single inning of ofweakntM weakness by h Ober Oberlin OberJiln Obern ¬
lin M n alk allowJd wo4Fard F Ford rd to wim In thp tb sixth sixthInning sixthinnIng sixthnning
Inning i with wUbJwo two out and Laporte La rte on onflrst onfirst onirst
f first Roe Roach h doubled to left scoring La Laporte Laporte Laorte ¬
porte p orte and Cree Cr Cr e e followed with a triple tripleto
to t o left that scored Roach The game gamewas gameas gamewas
was as gone gofl right there for Ford pitched pitchedgrand pitchedgrand
grand g rand ball despite de his marked wildness wildnessWashingtons wtldneWashlnlton wlldnenWashingtons
Washingtons only satisfaction was wasthat wuthat wasthat
that it kept its record of not being beingshut betashut beinghut
shut s out this tb season in a complete completegame completegame
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i game ame Conroy and Gender Ge ler walked in inthe Inthe inthe
the eighth inning Innin and after Ungiaub Ungiaubhad Ungisubad I Ihad
had h ad filed and KlUifer had fanned Mo MoBride McBride
Bride was on tap with a timely bit that thatscored tltatJIOOred thatscored
scored Conroy but the dreams of tiatotff tiatotffthe u uthe
the score died when Street fanned fannedThe tannedThe
The bases were filled with two out outin outIn
in I n the seventh inning but Lelivelt nip nipped nipped ¬
ped the e rally by fanning fanningTito anntDITbo
The Interest Inter t in the morning mornln game gamebetween pMbotween
between Washington hington and New York Yorkin YerkIn
in i n New York was unusually great great in inthe Inthe
the t he National Capital and the news newspaper n8 n8JHlper ¬
paper oflices were kept busy answer answering aMwerIng answerug ¬
ing l ug queries about how the game was wasprogressing wuprogre wasprogressing
progressing progressingOberlin progre progressingOberlIn lng lngOberUn
Oberlin hold his own grandly until untilthe untilthe untIlthe
the fifth inning hUt I D although displaying displayingsigns dlsplaytnJIIgnB
signs of wildness wlldne In that round Aus Austins Austin ¬
tins tin scratchy scratch single followed toll owed by
Sweeneys sacrifice and Hemphllls Hemphlllssingle Hempblilalngle
single scored the first run The Thestrong Thetrong
strong arm of Gassier was in evi evidence 81den evideuce ¬
deuce den for r he threw out Hemphill to toKlllifar toKtIlUer toKillifr
Klllifar when the New Yorker rashly rashlytried r8AtbJytried
tried for two bases basesA
A peculiarity of o the game was the re remarkable re renurkabJe remsrkabie ¬
markable record of Laporte in the first firstInning fItInnlo firstnning
Inning i < Milan Letiveh Conroy ADd aadGessier ADdGeMler andGeasier
Gessier hit at him one after the other otherHe otherHe
He tumbled Lelivelfs offering but re retired retired rsired ¬
tired t the other three at first lir base baseWashington baIteWIDhWA
Washington did not set a hit otr Ford Forduntil Toniuntil Forduntil
until the fifth inning when wei Leifvelt Leifveltswatted I Iwatted
swatted s safety with two out ADd ADdeaucht ni was wascaucht I
caucht stealing
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First Inning InningWashington Itu InningWashingtonMIlan ng ngWuJalngtonMtlan
Washington WuJalngtonMtlan MHan out on ground grounder ¬
or Laporte to Chase Laporte booted bootedLellvelts bootedlIelt bootedLolivolts
Lellvelts lIelt grounder and he was safe safeConroy te teConroy
Conroy out Laporte to Chase Lelivelt Leliveltgoing LelheltgOIng Lehiveltgoing
going to second Gessler Oe ler out Laporte Laporteto
to Chase e No runs no hits One left leftOne lettOne leftOne
One error errorNew errorNew errOrNew
New York YorkHlpphtll Heotphtll walked Wet Wolter rol roltel
ter sacrificed to Unglavb unassisted
Chase fouled to Street Laporte out eutConroy eatConroy
Conroy to Unglaub No runs No Nobits
hits One left No errors errorsSecend erronJSecend
Secend Inning InningWashington InningWashlnJ1onUnglauh InningWshingtonUnglaub
Washington WashlnJ1onUnglauh Ungiaub walked Kllll Kllllfer KIJJItar KIIHfer
fer sacrificed Chase to Laporte Mcr McrBride McBride M MBride
Bride popped to Austin Ford passed passedStreet p passedStreet UNHHI UNHHIStreet
Street purposely purpo ly Oberlin struck out
No runs No o hits Two left No 0 0 er ¬
rots rorsNew rotsNew rotsNew
New York YorkRoach Roach
walked Creo Cr sac e ¬
rificed Street to Ungiaub UnI laub J Austin uU
bounded to Ungiaub Roach gotng goL1 t tstruck >
third S Sweeney eeney walked and nd Ford
struck out No runs No hits Two
left No errors errorsThird errorsThird I IThird
Third Inning InningWashington laningWaablngtonoIter InningWashfngtonWolter
Washington WaablngtonoIter Wolter got Milans drive
in a thrilling run Lelivelt LeIiv walked I
Ford argued with OLoughlin OLo I on his d dciakm df tie tiecislon
ciakm and Lelivelt stole > second Cree Creegot i igot 1 1got
got Conroys high one out of the sun >
Cession G ler walked but Ungiaub Un < lub hototed to
Hemphill Ht > mpblll No o runs No hits Two
left l t No X 0 errors errorsNew errorsNew errorsNew
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New York YorkH YorkHemphhhl Hemphiil mpblll popped to tug ¬
laub KlUifer nipped Welter oIter at t first
Chase struck out No runs No alt hits
None left No errors errorsFourth errorsFourth errorsFourth
Fourth Inning InningWashington InningWasblngtonKihliter
Washington Wasbin WasblngtonKihliter on Killifer mfer died Ford to I
Chase Cree stabbed and held McBrides
low drive Street out out Austin to Chase
No runs No hits None left No Noerorrs Noerorrs NoNew
erorrs erorrsBride erorrsNew Cbaae1
New YorkMcBride ana Ungiaub got ot
Laporte Roach poP popid a afiy fty to Mc
Bride Cree popped to Conroy Ni Niruns Xo Xoruns Noruns
runs No hits None left No errors errorsFifth errorsFifth errorsFifth
Fifth Inning InningWashington InningWashlngtonQ InningWashingtonOberlin
Washington WashingtonOberlin Oberlin erUn out Austin to
Chase Austin got Milans Infield hoist
Lelivelt made the first hit a single sln e but butdied butdied
died stealing Sweeney to Roach No Noruns
runs One hit One left No erors errorsNew erorsKew I
New York YorkAustin Austin got a scratch single I
Sweeney Sweene sacrificed sacrl ced Conroy to Unglaub UngiaubFord UnglaubFord UnglaubFord II
Ford out McBride to Ungiaub sent Aus Austin AusUn Asstin ¬
tin to third Hemphill singled scoring
Austin Hemphill tried to stretch it to toa toa
a 5 twobagger but was out Geseier to toKillifer toKllller toKillifer
Killifer One On run Two hits None Noneleft Noneleft Noneleft
left No errors errorsSixth ecrorsSixth errorsSixthIuning
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Sixth SixthIuning SixthIuningWashingtonCreo Inning InningWashlngtonrCreo
WashlngtonrCreo got gotCoplOys Conroys drive
Geseler G S 1er out Laporte Lapan te Chase Hemp
hill got Unglaubs hoist No runs jns No
hits None left No errors errorsNew errolSKew errorsNew
New York Y rk1Yo1ter Wolter skyscrapod to Kit
lifer Olerlln threw wild to Ungiaub Ungiaubtvhfln Unglaubwhen
when wh n Chose bunted putting the runner runneron nmneron runneron I
on second Chase out trying to make makethird makethird makethird
third en 0 Laportes grounder McBride McBrkleto
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third thlrdb base escorlng scoring Laporte from first firstCree 1 firstlt n t tCte
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GEOREiETOW1 MAN MANSHOT MANSHOT
SHOT IN AMBUSH AMBUSHJames
James J ames W McIntyre Former FormerBall FormerBall FormerBall
Ball Player Is Killed KilledNear KilledNear KilledNear
Near Savannah SavannahJames
James J W Mcintyre Mclft re Georgetown Georgetowngraduate Georgetwngradte Georgetownraduate
graduate g raduate and third basemen ItaSIII vI f the theteams tAet8Jft8 theeases
teams t of 186 18 57 7 and 58 8 lies 11 lifeless llfeiewia Ufel Ufelill
ia h i Savannah thn victim of a bullet ballotfired bulletfired bulletred
fired fi red by an unknown person personFor pentOLPOI personFor
For several yearn McIntyre had hadbeen Badbeen hadeen
been b een a city official in Savannah and andearly aDde andarly
early e e rly Saturday went for a rid ride into intothe Intothe intohe
the t he suburbs burbtl of the city He left the thecab thecab theab
cab c ab for a walk llt in Lincoln Un oln park and anda andfew
a few te minutes later a shot bot was beard beardA
A man who rushed ru bed to the scene Be found foundMclntyre foundMcintyre foundMcIntyre
Mcintyre mortally wounded woundedA
A negro was seen running away awaythrough aythrough awaythrough
through the woods shortly after tter the theatal
fatal f shots were ere fired but the Savan Savannah Sarannab ¬
nah police have been unable to estab ¬
lish l his identity identityWhile Ideat1tyVlalle IdentityWhile
While at Georgetown McIntyre was wasextremely 1nUiextremel wasxtremehI
extremely extremel o popular and was v consid considered CODeWend conoldnd ¬
end e nd an exceptionally good ball ballplayer ballplayer 11 11player
player playerRoach playerRoaeh playeroselt
Roach R oselt Austin A sdB fouled out to Street Two Tworuns TworuM Twouns
runs r Two hits One left ODe error errorSeventh errorSeenth errorSeventh
Seventh Inning InningWashington Inning8bJn InningWashlngtonKlllifer
Washington WashlngtonKlllifer 8bJn lODKJlIIter < Killifer out Laporte to
Chase McBride walked Street popped poppedto
to t o Laporte Oberttn safe at nrst tar rsc and
aCcBride at second on Austins fumble fumbleof
of o f Oberlins grounder Ford passed
Milan and lulled ft the bases but struck struckout atruekout struckOUt
out Lelivelt No o run rune No hits Three Threeet
toft I et t One error errorNew errorNew errorNew
New York YorkSweeney Sweeney out Oberite to
Ungiaub U Ford struck out Hemphilt Hemphiltowe iesipldllout
out M XoBrHe BrMe to Ucla U U9iUb b No ran ranNo r russNo
No nit bits NODe left No errors errorsEighth errOlSEig errorsEigbth I
Eighth Eig tlt Inning InningWaahiMtOB ItmingrhI InningWaehlngtonConroy
WaahiMtOB WaehlngtonConroy rhI Ct BCoI1IOY Conroy walked as did didGeester didGe didGeester
Geester ler Ungiaub hoisted one to Cree CreeKilltfer CreeKlJltCer CreeKilltter
Killtfer struck out McBride singled fo focenter roc toenter
center c ter scoring Conroy and sending 8eDdt 8eDdtGflMler sendingeesler
Gessler to third McBride reached sec second 8On ¬
ond on Wolters olters throw to third Street Streetstruck reet reetMruek reettruck
sl struck s out ODe run On One hit Two Twoeft
l lelt eft ft No errors errorsNew erronXew errorsNew
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porte P orte singled Roach struck out No Noruns Noru Nouns
runs ru r One hit One left No errors errorsNiath errorsNiBth errorsNinth
Ninth Inning lnnmgWasblntonDr InningWashington InningWashingtonBrowse
Washington WasblntonDr Browne Wne batted for forOborlin torOtHtrUn forOberlin
Oborlin and was safe at first rlt rst when whenLaporte whenLaporte
Laporte oooted his easy 1 grounder grounderWelter gTMalNlerWolter grounderWelter
Welter siwired 1 eared Milans drive Cree Creetook Crstook Creeook I
took t Lelivelts lift Coaroy Co roT walked walkedGeasier WakMGe walkedGeesier
Geasier Ge ler forced Conroy at second La Laorte Laporte Laporte
porte orte unassisted No ran nt runs No nits nitswe
To we left No errors errorsThe errorsThe errorsThe
The Scare ScaretVaehtoston ScereWa8hlGton ScoreWashington
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His Majesty sent ser lo being the tb Kings Kingsbounty Kingsbounty Kingsbounty
bounty which is bestowed be on every everypoor erpoor everypoor
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