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THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY MAY SO O 1910 11 V
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VIRGINIANS WELCOME WELCOMEMOTORISTS WELCOMEMOTORISTS
MOTORISTS IN TOWN TOWNContestants TOWNContestants
Contestants on Run Resume ResumeTrip ResumeTrip ResumeTrip
Trip After Sunday SundayRest SundayRest SundayRest
Rest RestBy RestBy RestBy
By HARRY WARD WARDRICHMOND WARDRICI WARDRICHMOND
RICHMOND RICI IOND Va May 30 3OThorough 3OThoroughly Thorough Thoroughly ¬
ly refreshed after the Sunday lay layover la laover layover ¬
over the participants in the touring test testrun testrun i irun
run resumed the tour this morning morningLocust morningLocust morningLocust
Locust Dale Is I the objective point of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the days run and as the distance ls lsonly is4 is4only isOnly
only eightytwo elshtyt o miles the start was de delayed deayed ¬
layed until 9 oclock Louisa will be the thenoon thenoon thenoon
noon controL controLThe controLThe controlThe
The first two days of the tour werereplete werereplete were werereplete
replete with Ith interesting incidents and andwere andwere i iere
were ere marked with great cordiality on onthe onthe onthe
the part of the people met en route routeThere routeThere routeThere
There was as a time when the Virginians j jfrowned I Ifrowned
frowned upon the motorists but that thatV i itime I
V time has ha passed and now they are wel welcorned welcorned welcorned
corned with open arms The people peoplerealize peoplerealize peoplerealize
realize that It Is tho motorists who are arelargely are1argeb arelargely
largely responsible for the Improvement Improvementof
of the th roads and now nothing is too toogOod j jgood I Igood
good for them in this part of the coun country countr country ¬
try tr
tryAll All along the line farmers were out outwith outwith outwith
with their horses In order to school them themto themto themto
to the automobile This Is a very com commendable commendable cornmendable ¬
mendable practice and will 11 tend to keep keepdown keepdown keepdown
down the accidents caused by runaway runawayhorses runawayhorses runawayhorso
horses
Committee Meets MeetsThe MeetsThe MeetsThe
The technical committee met yester yesterday yesterday rosterday ¬
day and when their deliberations had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been completed It was found that nine nineof nineof nineof
of the cars were still In the perfect perfectscore pe perfectecore ect ectscore
score brigade Those occupying this thiscoveted thiscoveted thiscoveted
coveted place were ere No 1 Ford No 6 6Washington 6WashIngton 6Washington
Washington No 7 Washington No 8 8Oldsmobile 8O1dsmobUe SOldsmobile
Oldsmobile No 10 Overland No 16 16Maxwell 16MaxweU 16Maxwell
Maxwell No 17 Columbia No 21 Buick Bulckand Buickand BuIckand
and No 20 Maxwell These cars have haveperformed haveperformed haveperformed
performed with great credit and their theirdrivers theirdrivers theirdrivers
drivers were heartily congratulated by bytheir bytheir bytheir
their less fortunate brethren who re received ret ¬
t ceived penalizations penalizationsThe
The penalties as assessed by thei theitechnical the thetechnical I Itechnical
technical committee were as follows followsNo j jNo I
No 2 Hupmoblle received 68 6 points pointsagainst pointsagainst i iagainst
against it of which 37 points were for forbeing forbeing I Ibeing
being late In reaching the night control controlIn
In Richmond The other penalties were wereI
I
1 for carburetor trouble 12 for stalling stallingthe stallingthe stallingthe
the motor 10 for repairing a a spark plug
6 for replenishing water and 3 for re replenishing TOplenlshfng r rplenishing ¬
plenishing oil This elves the little Hup Hupmoblle HupmoblJe Hupmobile
mobile a total of 79 points as it sus sustained sustained sustamed ¬
tained 10 points penalty the first day dayNo dayNo
No 9 Regal has a lot of points scored scoredagainst scoredagainst scoredagainst
against it due to the accident it sus sustained sustalne enstabled ¬
tabled the first day Seven hundred and andtlxty andIxty andcixty
tlxty points were levied against It for forbeing torbeing forbeing
being that number of minutes late in inreaching Inrencl Inreaching
reaching rencl ng Staunton Its mechanical mechanicalscore mechanIcalEcore mechanicalscore
score for the first day ay has not yet et been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made up The Regal hkd a perfect me mechanical mechanical mechanical ¬
chanical score for the second days run runbut r11nbut runbut
but lost ten points for being late leaving leavingStaunton leavln leavlnStaunton leavingStaunton
Staunton StauntonNo
No 11 Marlon had a perfect road score scorebut Bcorebut scorebut
but lost five points for working on a aspring aprIng aspring
spring Adding the one point lost Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day gives 1ves this car a total score of six sixpoints sixIoints sixFeints
points pointsJohn IointsJohn FeintsJohn
John Flster had hard luck with No 16 15Mora 16Iorn 16liora
Mora Iorn He hit a rock n the road and andsmashed aridsmsshed axidsmashed
smashed a hole in the crank case let letting letHrg lettirg ¬
ting the oil run out For wcrking wClkin on ontho onthe onS
S the break he was assessed twelve points pointsand pointsand pointsand
and as he lost three points the day be b bfore before j
fore his total score Is fifteen points pointsAmple pointsAmplex pointsAmplex
Amplex Withdrawn WithdrawnCol
Col Archibald Grades car No IS 1 Am Amplex Ampl Amplex
plex pl x has boon withdrawn from the con contest contest contest ¬
test and an under the rules 1000 > points pointspenalty pointsJnaJty pointspenalty
penalty is placed plac against it As it lost lostone lostone lostone
one point the day before Its score Is
1001 The car was withdrawn because becauseof
of an accident sustained 5us 1lned a a short dis distance distance distance ¬
tance out of Staunton StauntonThe StauntonThe StauntonThe
The Baby Maxwell No 20 n still con continues continues contlnucs ¬
tinues in the perfectscore class This Thislittle Thislittle Thislittle
little car is doing great work getting gettingInto gettIngInto gettinginto
Into the controls ahead of schedule
timeDespite
Despite the penalties marked against againstit
it the Buick truck Is sticking to the thetour thetour thetour
tour In great shape and its good per performance performance performanco ¬
formance Is being applauded by all allhands allhan allhands
hands han s It had a perfect road score on onSaturday onSaturday onSaturday
Saturday but lost 20 x points for work on oncotter oncotter oncotter
cotter pin in the valve cage cag and 3 points pointsfor pointstor pointsfor
for replenishing gasoline Its iota iotascore C Cscore ctascore
score Is 61 rcointts rcointtsThe nolnttsThe uointtsThe
The No 14 Moline still has a perfect perfectroad perfectroad perfectS
S road score but Its mechanical score Is Isbeing Isbeing Isbeing
being determined and will be announced announcedlater announcedJater announcedlater
later It appears the driver stalled his hisjaotor hismotor hisOtOr
motor OtOr in order to avoid hitting a team teamS4 teamDel teamM
S4 Del as there is a penalty for doing this thisReferee thisRefereo thisReferee
Referee West and the technical commit committee committee committee ¬
tee want to go Into the merits of the thecase thecase thccase
case before making a final decision decisionE
E J Drakes Ford No 23 had a perfect perfectroad perfectroad perfectroad
road and mechanical score on the sec second second eecond ¬
ond days 9Ys run but It lost 1 point the thefirst the1rst thefirst
first day for tightening a lamp and 2 2points 2points 2points
points for stalling the motor motorThe motorThe motorThe
The PaigeDetroit lost more points pointsSaturday pointsSaturday pointsSaturday
Saturday An 8poInt penalty was given givenit
it for being late In the control at Char CharlotteKvllle CharJotte Charlotteeville
lotteKvllle Jotte vtue 10 points for tightening the theclutch theclutch theclutch
clutch and 2 points for motor stop Its Itstotal Itstotal Itstotal
total score to date is i 31 points pointsAperfect pointsAyerfect poIntsAerfect
Aperfect road score was made by No NoBuick
f5 5 Buick and it also had the distinction distinctionof
of leading the contestants Into Rich Richmond Richmond Richmend ¬
mond However 1l wever It lost 3 points for re replenishing replenishing replenishing ¬
plenishing oil oilA 011A oilA
A factor in stimulating Interest In tho thorun thorun thorun
run Is the tremendous boost It Is giving
the good roads movement Virginia Virginiaroads VirgIniaroads Virginiaroads
roads are certainly in need of Improve Improvement improvment Improvemeat
ment but It Is only a matter of two or
three years ears before there will be a num ¬
ber of fine roads for the motorists who whovisit whovisit
visit Jalt the Old Dominion A good start in
this direction has alrecdy been made madeHOLIDAY madeHOLIDAY madeHOLIDAY
HOLIDAY OFFERING OFFERINGAT OFFERINGATFORESTvILLE
AT FORESTVILLE ATFORESTvILLEHorse FORESTVILLEHorse
Horse Racing Baseball and Motor MotorCycle 1otorycle MotorCycle
Cycle ycle Events Arranged for forPopular forPopular forPopular
Popular Track TrackThe TrackThe TrackThe
The card outlined by Dr J N Sans Sansbury Sansbury Sansbury
bury for his Decoration Day races over overhis oerhis overS
S his Forestville Prince George county countytrack countjtrack countytrack
track is as follows followsFreeforall followsFreeforaU followsFreeforall
Freeforall colt pace paceJennle Jennie Blue BlueSilss BluelIss Bluedis
Silss dis lIss Mary and Lady Cozlnc CozlncFreeforall CozineFreeforaIl CozincFreeforall
Freeforall colt trot trotAuto1lJo Autovillo Prince PrinceGeorge PrinceGeorge PrinceGeorge
George Palm Cozine and Alto Dewey
Freeforall trot and pace paceMiss Miss Ar Arcola Arcola Arcola
cola Dr Chase Bedford Boy and Glide Glidewood GUdood Glidewood
wood wood2Zi ood
222 trot and 225 pace paceGentle Gentle ntle John JohnGold TohnGold obn obnGold
Gold Dust Gold Pebble and Gallant
Maid MaidRace MaidRace MaidRace
Race for southern Maryland horses horsesHarry horsesHarry horsesBarry
Harry Madden Cora Wiggins Rob R Rand Roand Band
and Sweetheart SweetheartAt
At 1030 10 the Oxen Hill and Mltchelvillo Mltchelvillonines Mitchelvillenines l1tchelvUlenines
nines will try conclusions as s will also alsothe alsothe alsothe
the Forestville and Seat Pleasant nines ninesA
A twentymile motorcycle race will also alsobe a1aobe alsobe
be a feature of the afternoon sports for forprizes forprizes forprizes
prizes The first will 1ll be a a speedome speedometer ¬
ter the second a lamp and the third a asaddle asaddle asaddle
saddle The tint race in the hur hurevents h hrrevents P PfoVEnts
events will ttt t pr < mriy r Jipl lip ai 1J
1
I KEEPING A PERFECT SCORE J
WASHINGTON CAR CARThe CARThe CARThe
The above picture shows A Gary Carter president of the Carter Motor MotorCar MotorCar JotorCar
Car Corporation in the Washington car that is being used as a press car caron caron caron
on the touring car test run to Richmond Va and return This car has a aperfect aperfect aperfect
perfect score In spite of the fact that It leaves the checking station after afterall aftcraU afterall
all the contest cars have passed The two sister Washington cars are also alsomaintaining alsom8Jintalnlng alsomeiwttaining
maintaining perfect scores and are the U only two cars of one make with lth such suchhigh suchhIgh suchhigh
high rating
NEW NE YORK SCHOOLS SCHOOLSI
TO PLAY PLAYFOOTBALL PLAYFOOTBALLAuthorities FOOTBALL FOOTBALLAuthorities FOOTBALLAuthorities
Authorities Decide That Re Revised Revised Revised ¬
vised Rules Make It ItSafe ItSafe ItSafe
Safe Enough EnoughNEW
NEW YORK May 30 3OFOlJowing Following the theaction theaction theaction
action of the intercollegiate Rules Rul s Com Committee Committee Cornmittee ¬
mittee In revising revl tng the football code the theHfgh theHfgh theHigh
Hfgh School Games Committee of the thePublic thePublic thePubflc
Public Schools Athletic League has de decided decided docided ¬
cided the th gridiron game under the new newcollegiate newcOllegiate newcollegiate
collegiate rules will 111 be safer than last lastyear lastear lastyear
year ear and yesterday Issued l sucd approval of ofthe orthe ofthe
the game for the local schoolboys schoolbo s next nextseason nextseason nextseason
season seasonPrior seasonPrIor seasonPrior
Prior to the meetings of the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee of collegiate football doctors in Phil Philadelphia Phlladolphla Philadolphia ¬
adelphia and New York where they the re revised revised Xevised ¬
vised the rules to eliminate the danger dangerit
it was wa thought by scholastic admirers admirersthat admirersthat admirersthat
that football which was WR the only draw drawIng drawIng drawing
Ing card amonj the high school ath athletic athletic allletic ¬
letic activities would be abolished and anda
a supposedly suppo edly milder but apparently far farmore farmore farmore
more dangerous game lacrosse would wouldbe
1 be substituted substitutedTho substitutedThe substitutedThe
The Public Behoofs Athletic League Leaguecommittee Leaguecommittee Leaguecommittee
committee suggests certain rules for all allschools 011schools allschools
schools before teams be permitted to toplay topia toplay
play pia but makes no addition or change changein
in the actual football code cO < 1e The restric restrictions restrlctlonB restrictlons ¬
tions placed on the coaches and the themanagers themanagers themanagers
managers of the teams which all are aremade aremade aremade
made for the safeguarding of the play players players playore ¬
ers surely surel will result in fewer injuries injuriesthan injuriesthan injuriesthan
than wore recorded last year yearAt yearAt yearAt
At the close of last season Superin Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent ¬
tendent Maxwell of the board of educa education education education ¬
tion led the attack on football and andthough andthough andthough
though James E Sullivan upheld the theboys theboys theboys
boys end of the argument sr ment Maxwell won wonout wonout wonout
out and it was asserted officially that
none of the managers would ould be per permitted permitted permitted ¬
mitted to arrange a schedule for the thecoming thecoming thecoming
coming season and that the game would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be abandoned unless a special schoolboy schoolboycode schoolboyco schoolboycode
code co e could be arranged Yesterdays ac action aciton actirni ¬
tion brought glee to the schoolboy play players players playore ¬
ers and praises for Sullivan who is islooked islooked islooked
looked on as the schoolboy champion championbecause championbecause championbecause
because of the victory victoryIt IctoryIt
It is understood the action of the thePublic thePublic thePublic
Public School Athletic League commit committee committee committee ¬
tee was based on the suggestion sug estfon of A AA AA AA
A Stagg of Chicago Dr W L Dudley Dudleyof
of Vanderbilt University and C W Sav Savage Savage Sayage ¬
age of Oberlin College who drew up a aplan aplan aplan
plan at the recent meeting of the com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee In n Philadelphia to control the ex excesses excesses cxcesses ¬
cesses and eliminate the dangers inci incident Incident mcident ¬
dent to scholastic football footballOLEARY tootballOLEARY footballOLEARY
OLEARY IS AFTER AFTERWESTONS AFTERWESTONS AFTERWESTONS
WESTONS SCALP SCALPDan
Dan Is Sixtyfive Years Old But ButFull ButFull ButFull
Full of Business BusinessHis BusinessHisRecord BusinessHisRecord His HisRecord
Record RecordBOSTON RecordBOSTON RecordBOSTON
BOSTON May ray SO SODan Dan OLeary vet veteran veteran veteran ¬
eran pedestrian of Massachusetts has hasIssued hasIssued hasissued
Issued a challenge to Edward Peyson PeysonWeston PeYlonWeston PeysonWeston
Weston the veteran who has just com completed complcted cornploted ¬
pleted a transcontinental tour in reo reoord reI reIord record
ord breaking time timer
r am open to meet any living man manin manin manin
in a walk of 1000 miles for 1000 a side sideor sideor sideor
or will make it a sweepstakes for that thatamount thatamount thatamount
amount and let anybody into the com competition competition cornpetition ¬
petition says OLeary OLearyId OLearyId
Id like to wajk Weston across the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country for 5000 a side and 1 have havethe havethe havethe
the backing too I want to find out if ifhe itho ifhe
he is as good at seventytwo years of ofage otage ofage
age as he was at thirtyseven I am amas amsixtfive amsixtyfive
sixtfive years old and seem to be beas beas
as good as ever Im still walking any anyway an anway anyway ¬
way I beat him in Chicago in 1875 1875when 1875when iSlewhen
when he was thirtyseven again In InLondon inLondon inLondon
London In 1877 and once more in San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco In 18SO 18SOWINNERS 1880WINNERS 1180WINNERS
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MAYOR IS IN FAVOR FAVOROF FAVOROF
OF FIGHT FIGHTFOR FOR TITLE TITLEMcCarthy TITLEMcCarthy TITLEMcCarthy
McCarthy of San Francisco FranciscoSays FranciscoSays FranciscoSays
Says He Will See Jeffries JeffriesJohnson J JeifriesJohnson effries effriesJohnson
Johnson Bout BoutPHILADELPHIA BoutPHILADELPHIA BoutPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA May MMayor 39 layor P PH PH PH
H McCarthy lcCarth of San Francisco was a avictor 8vltaor avlvtor
victor to this city yesterday and when whenasked whenasked hen henasked
asked whether he would do anything to toward toward toward ¬
ward preventing preventlnc the proposed propo ed Jeffriesj Jettrlea JettrleaJohnsOn JetZrlesJohns
Johnson Johns n tUrht ft ht on July 4 replied as folj foljOWB tel tolow tellows
lows OWB ow j
lowsI owr
I am not opposed to theflcht between betweenJeffries betweenJeffrles betweenJeffrie
Jeffries and Johnson and I will not stop stopit
it I have witnessed all the principal principalflchjs princlpalflJhjii principalllgi4s
flchjs that have taken ntcd pco lC8 in this thiscountry thiscountr thiscountry
country for a number of f years ers t DSt > ast and andhavo andhave andhave
have frequently Journeyed across the thecontinent thecontinent thecontinent
continent to this section se < tJon to see the im important Important Smportant ¬
portant glove contests cont sts I was at New NewOrleans NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans when hen Sullivan was s defeated by byCorbett byCor byCorbett
Corbett CorbettFor Cor CorbettFor tt ttFor
For many years eat9 I was a member of ofthe orthp ofth
the th old California Athletic Club which whichwas whichwas htch htchwas
was lone the leading organization of its itskind Itskind itskind
kind in this country I saw Ii Corbett Corbettj Corbettand
j I and Jackson light and I witnessed vltn S3ed oth other other other ¬
er famous bouts boutsI
I I can truthfully trotbrull say that I was AS large ¬
ly instrumental in having the proposed proposedflght nrepoaedlight
I light between be ween Jeffries and Johnson Johnsontransferred Johnsontransferred Johnsontran
transferred tran Cerrerl to our city Cit r Of course I Icould
I could prevent the meeting meetln in San Fran Frandeco
I cisoo tfs deco < oo between bet ween the men by revoking oklnJ the thepermit theenn1t thepermit
permit but that is something somethn I shall not notno
do no
I have visited Washington a hlnston and other othercities othercities othercities
cities during this trip and I find that
there is more interest taken in the com
Ibe In crrilihtlc p Uhtk contest conte t than in the tar ¬
iff anti other important questions I Iam Iam Iam
am not opposed opposed lPpo to the flcht ft bt taking takln place
In San Francisco because b cause the laws per permit permit permit ¬
mit encounters of this kind in Califor California California California ¬
nia and if the people do not want such suchaffairs suchaairs
affairs to take place in that State stat ¬
utes legalizing fights will have to be re ¬
pealed I shall be present at the fight
unless something should prevent me
PACKY McFARLAND McFARLANDREADY AicFARLANDREADY McFARLANDREADY
READY FOR WELSH WELSHChicago WELSHChicago WELSHChicago
Chicago Boy Expected Exp cted to Give GiveEnglish GiveEnglish GiveEnglish
English Champion Hard HardBattle HardBattle HardBattle
Battle BattleLONDON BattleLOl BattleLONDON
LONDON LOl N May Ma 3iThe 3 The laurels of
Freddie Welsh lightweight champion of ofof
England are bfiievcd to be in danger dangerof anger angeror
of being plucked plu ked by Packy Pack McFarland McFarlandnights
the Chicago stock yards boy In to tonIghts tonights
nights twentyround clash between betweenthese betweenthese
these two at the National Sporting Club
McFarland has trained hard since sincecoming sincecoming sincecoming
coming to England and will be at his
best Welsh Telsh Is still a slight favorite
In the betting but there is plenty of ofmoney atmoney ofmoney
money put down on McFarland The
fight is for a purse of 57500 500 and a aOOO arooo
rooo 2000 OOO side bet Many bets are being beingmade beingmade beingmade
made that the fight will go the full fullnumber fullnumber fullnumber
number of rounds roundsEvery roundsEvery roundsEvery
Every s seat at in the National Sporting
Club has been sold soldWILTSE soldWILTSE soldWILTSE
WILTSE OUT OF GAME GAMEARM GAMEARM GAMEARM
ARM BADLY INJURED INJUREDNEW
NEW YORK YORKMa3r30It Slay May SO 3OIt It became becameknown becameknown becameknown
known today that Wiltse the Giants Giantsgreat Giantseat Gian Gian6reat
great eat southpaw s uthpa had so badly injured injuredhis injuredhis Injuredhis
his pitching arm while practicing on onthe onthe onthe
the Brooklyn grounds Saturday that thathe thathe thathe
he will be out of the game Indefinitely IndefinitelySurgeons indefinItelySurgeons IndefinitelySurgeons
Surgeons who examined it today toda said saidthey saidthey saidthey
they feared It was as dislocated dislocatedComing dislocatedComing dislocatedComing
Coming on th heels of the Injury to toAmes toAmes toAmes
Ames pitching arm the accident to toWlltse toWiltse toWiltso
Wlltse is a hard blow to the Giants GiantsINJURED GiantsINJURED GiantsINJURED
INJURED AT BALL GAME GAMEANNAPOLIS GAMEANNAPOLIS GAMEANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS Md d May ay 30 3OCapt 3OCaptMorton 30CaptMorton Capt CaptMorton
Morton E Smith U S A stationed at atWest atWest atWest
West Point who ho was struck In the eye eyeby e eyeby e eby
by a foul ball luring the ArmyNavy ArmyNavybaseball AnnYNaYbaseball ArmyNavybaseball
baseball game here Saturday Is s still a apatient apatient apatient
patient at the Naval Hospital where he hewas hewas hewas
was taken after tho game It was said saidby saidby saidby
by the attendin surgeons today that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the blow had seriously contused the eye eyeball eyebalI eyeball ¬
ball and forced frc the corona out of place placePending placePendln placepending
Pending a further examination by a aspecialist aspeclaltst aspecialist
specialist the patient will be kept in the thehospital thehospital thehospital
hospital
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COLTON CO LTON DEFAULTS DEFAULTSIN
IN TENNIS TENNISMATCH TENNISMATCHFails MATCH MATCHFails
Fails to Meet Dyce In Middle MiddleAtlantic MiddleAtlantic MiddleAtlantic
Atlantic Tourna Tournament Tournament Tournament ¬
ment mentA
A surprise 8Ufprl was sprung surun In the mldle mldleAtlantic mldleAtlantic midleAtlantic
Atlantic States championship tennis tennistournament tennistournament tennistournament
tournament this morning when Colt Colhn ColhnfaUed Coltflfailed n nfailed
failed to appear to meet Dyce In one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the semifinals of the mens singles singlesThe sInglesThe singlesThe
The starting of play lay was delayed an anhour anhour anhour
hour or so S to Rive glv Ive Colton a chance to toappear toappear toappear
appear but as he h could not bt b be heard heardfrom hetrdfrom heardfrom
from the match was as finally awarded to toDyce toDyce toDyce
Dyce DyceThe DyceThe DyceThe
The other semifinal was won by Gor Gordon Gordon Gotdon ¬
don from Howard by 6 61 1 C 63 63Gordon 63Cordon 3 3Gordon
Gordon and Dyce are rf playing the fi finals finals 5nab ¬
nals nab this th afi trtrmoon prnoon and the winner of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that match dI meet Hal Doyle for the thechampionship thechampionshIp thehamplonshlp
championship of the middle Atlantic AUanticStates AtlanticSttt AtlanticStates
States StatesThe Sttt StttTfJe StatesThe
The mens doubles are also being play played played played ¬
ed this afternoon but It Is not thought thoughtthat thoughtthat thoughtthat
that they will be completed today todaySettle toda todaMOVING todayMOVING
MOVING PICTURES PICTURESTO
TO IMPROVE GOLF GOLFSettle GOLFSettle
Settle Many ManyDisputed Disputed Points PointsAbout PointsAbout P ints intsAbout
About What Good Play Players Players Players ¬
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DETROIT Mich May ay 30 3OEdwin Edwin F KBarbour FBarbour FBarbour
Barbour chairman of the entertain entertainment entertainment entertainmont ¬
ment committee of the th Detroit Golf GolfClub GoltClub GolfClub
Club Is planning to entertain the club clubmembers olubmembers clubmembers
members in the near future with in instructive Instructive instructive ¬
structive and interesting motion pic pictures pictures plctures ¬
tures consisting of a number of photo photographs photographs photographs ¬
graphs which were taken during tho thonational thonational thenational
national amateur golf tournament held heldin heldIn heldin
in Chicago last September SeptemberA
A series serl s of moving pictures were werereeled wereree werereeled
reeled ree 6d off showing the prominent ama amateur amatour ¬
tour golfers In action and their move movements movemcntB movemeats ¬
meats from the time the ball is teed teeduntil teedunUI teeduntil
until the finish of the stroke Some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the pictures shown are of Charles Evans Evansjr Evansjr Evansjr
jr Western estern amateur champion and andWalter andWalter andWalter
Walter J Travis TravisSome TravIsSome TravisSome
Some of these pictures were taken takenwith takenwith takenwith
with the player driving directly la line linewith Unewith linewith
with the cameras and this gives one onea
a view of the stroke at an angle which Is Isunusual Isunusual isunusual
unusual unusualAn unusualAn unusualn
An n examination of these pictures picturesshows picturesslHHS picturesshows
shows players In remarkable positions positionsduring positionsduring positionsduring
during the stroke It has always been beenK beensuppoeed beensupposed
supposed that K when ntan the Vn ball was struck struckpractically struckduring ltruckdurJng
during the drive that the player was In Inpractically inpracticaliy
practically the same position po ltlon with ref reference reference retcrence ¬
erence to the wrists arms legs legsana legsanaother ana anaother anQother
other parts of the body as he was Just Justbefore j jestbefore t tbefore
before the upward swing 61n None on of the thepictures thtpictures thepictures
pictures show the th wine position and andat adat andat
at the time the ball Is hit most of the theplayers theplayers theplayers
players are In a crouching attitude with withboth withboth withboth
both knees bent bentIn bentIn bentIn
In addition to the amateurs a a num number number number ¬
ber of pictures of Willie Anderson AndersonAmericas AndeI8onAmericas AndersonAmericas
Americas foremost professional will willbe willbe 111 111showu
be showu Willie Illustrates a num number number nurnber ¬
ber of difficult shots and shows how howthe howthe howthe
the shot should be made madePITTS madePITTSBURG
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FOR FORSUNDAY SUNDAY BALL BALLPirate BALLPirate
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PITTSBURG May 30 30Dlstrict District At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney William A Blakeley has come comeout comeout comeout
out strongly In favor of Sunday base baseball baseball baseball
ball In Allegheny county despite the theefforts theerrorts theefforts
efforts of reformers rer < > rmers and church or organizations organlz organizktions ¬
ganizations ganlz tions The question of permis permission permission permisaba ¬
sion for National League games to be beplayed beplayed beplayed
played in Pittsburg on Sunday is also alsobeing alsobeing alsobeing
being considered and a conference conferencewill tonferencewill Conferencewill
will be held between the legal repre representatives representativ6s reprosentatives ¬
sentatives of the baseball interests interestsand interestsand interestsand
and the Commonwealth of Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylania Pennsylvania ¬
vania because of the belief that if the theteams theteams theteams
teams of the minor league can be al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed to play ball on Sunday there thereis
is nothing to prevent the bigger teams teamsfrom teamsfrom teamsfrom
from playing playingDespite plaingDespite playingDespite
Despite the alleged presence of camera camerasleuths camerasleuths camerasleuths
sleuths and detectives in the employ of ofthe orthe ofthe
the church workers at the games played pla playedlast ed edlast
last Sunday no arrests were made at atthe atthe atthe
the games ames nor were Informations against againstany againstan againstany
any an of the managers or players made madeduring madeduring madeduring
during the week weekAFTER we weakAFTER k kAFTER
AFTER ROSSMANS SCALP SCALPTOLEDO SCALPTOLEDO SCALPTOLEDO
TOLEDO May Ma Iai 30 3OIt If B B Rogers of ofthis ofthis ofthIs
this city carries out his present inten intention Intention intention ¬
tion Claude Rossman the former De Detroit Detroit Dctroit ¬
troit ball player now with the Columbus Columbusteam Columbusteam Columbusteam
team will be arrested when the club clubcomes clubcomes clubcomes
comes to Toledo for its next series seriesIn seriesIn seriesIn
In the last gain of of the recent series serieswith serieswith serieswith
with Columbus Rossman had a bad badday badday badday
day at bat and in the field and Rogers Rogerswas ROiOersas Rogerswas
was as among the bleacher fans who guy guyed guyed guyed
ed big Claude After the game Rossman Rossmanattacked Rossmanattacked Rossmanattacked
attacked Rogers dealing him two twosevere twoseyere twosevere
severe blows In In the face Rogers was wassaved wassaved wassaved
saved from a worse beating b atJnJ by the in interference interference interference ¬
terference of other Columbus players playerswho playersWho playerswho
who hustled Rossman out of the park parkas
as he was abcut to be set upon by byother b bother byother
other excited fans fansAHEARN faI8AHEARN fansAHEARN
AHEARN SETS RECORD RECORDNEW RECORDNEW RECORDNEW
NEW YORK May 30 iOA A new worlds worldsrecord worldsrocord worldsrecord
record was established yesterday at the thegames thegames thegames
games of the New York Postofflce PostofflceClerks postomceClerks PostotficeClerks
Clerks Association held at Celtic Park ParkLong ParkLont ParkLong
Long Island City Dan Ahearn who whohas Whohas whohas
has been extending the mark for the therunning therunning therunning
running hop step and jump In almost almostevery almosteYfr almostevery
every eYfr competition for the past year ex exceeded exceeded enceeded ¬
ceeded his own figures by covering cOering a adistance adls1ance adislance
distance of 51 feet 6 624 Inches The old oldrecord oldrecord oldrecord
record stood at 50 feet 2 710 Inches InchesKANNSl inchesrKANN inchesKANNS
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CREW CREWOUT CREWOUTOFREGATTA
OUT OUTOFREGATTA OUTOFREGATTAImpos5le OF REGA IT A AImpos
Impossible Impos ile to Develop D elop Satis Satisfactory Satisfactoi Satisfactory ¬
factory factoi Varsity Eight for forRace forRace forRace
Race on the Hudson HudsonThere
Th There is L 1a a mixed feeling of satisfac satisfaction eatisfaction Ist Isttion ¬
tion and regret among Georgetown men mentoday mentoday incatoday
today ove oven the announcement that the thecrew thecrew thecrew
crew will not be sent to the intercol intercollegiate Intercollegiate intercollegiate ¬
legiate regatta reptta on the Hudson this year yearA yearA yearA
A combination of circumstances which whichmade whichmade whichinade
made it Impossible to develop an eight eightthat eightthat eightthat
that would be representative compelled compelledthe
the powers 1 > that be to withdraw from fromthe fromtho fromthe
the Poughkeepsie race raceAt raceAt raceAt
At tho beginning of the season the thereports thereports thereports
reports from the crew room were moat moatencouraging mortencouraging mostencouraging
encouraging and it was thought that thatat thatat thatat
at last Georgetown would have a crew crewthat crewthat crewthat
that would compare favorably In weight weightwith weightwIth weightwith
with those of the oth other r universities universitiesThe
The squad however was slow in inrounding Inrounding Inrounding
rounding into form and the double de defeat defeat defeat ¬
feat at Annapolis followed by the fail failure fal1Ute failurn ¬
Ute to win at the American Henley
dimmed the outlook greatly Hardly had hadthe h2dthe badthe
the special preparation for poughkeepsie
been started when Cunnlff and Carr the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two strokes were compelled to quit the thesquad theSQuad thesquad
squad squadThese SQuadThese squadThese
These enforced withdrawals ended all allhope allhope allhope
hope of developing a satisfactory eight eightso eightso
so at a conference of the captain man manager manager manager ¬
ager and coach yesterday it was de decided decilied docided ¬
cided advisable to give up all hope of ofgoing ofgoing ofgoing
going to Poughkeepsle PoughkeepsleWith
With lth the withdrawal from the Hud Hudson Hudson Hudson ¬
son regatta comes the announcement announcementthat
that this will not necessarily mean the theabandonment theabandonment theabandonment
abandonment of aquatics at the univer university unlver8lty univerally ¬
ally and Assistant Manager Dalley Dalleywho DalleyhJ Daileywho
who hJ will move up to manager next year yearIs yearIs yearis
Is already planning to hold a fall re regatta regatta regatta ¬
gatta next October in order to get out outall outill outall
all available material materialIS materialSUNDAY materialSUNDAY
SUNDAY BASEBALL BASEBALLIS
IS STILL STILLPOSSIBLE STILLPOSSIBLESport POSSIBLE POSSIBLESport
Sport May Be Classed Class d as asPublic asPublic asPublic
Public Entertainment Entertainmentin Enterta nmrnt nmrntin
in Boston BostonBOSTON BostonBOSTON BostonBOSTON
BOSTON May 30 3OIf If the courts ct ctMassachusetts otIassachusetts ofMassachusetts
Massachusetts decided that a baseball baseballgame ba8eballgame baseballgame
game is a public publ entertainment Bostpn Bostoncan Bostpncan
can enjoy Sunday sund y baseball to Its hearts heartscontent heartscontent heartscontent
content Even in the face of f the legis legislature legislature legislatura ¬
lature in det defeating tlnr a a measure which whichhad whichhad whichhad
had for its chief purpose the wiping out outof outof outof
of the blue law which makes playing playingbaseball pla1ngbaeeba1t playingbaseball
baseball on Sunday Sllnia Su ay a misdemeanor misdemeanorprominent misdemeanorprominent misdemeanorprominent
prominent lawyers of Boston say that thatSunday thatSunda thatSunday
Sunday Sunda baseball san an be b played in Bos Boston Boston Boaton
ton tonBut
But they hasten to add that this would wouldbe woubjbe Wouldbe
be possible 01PIble only after the courts had hadruled hadruied hadruled
ruled that the baseball game may be beconsidered beconsidered beconsidered
considered a public entertainment in inkeeping Inkeeping inkeeping
keeping with the character of the Lords Lordsday Lordsday Lordsday
day dayMayor Mayor Fitzgerald would like to see seeSunday seeSunday SeeSunday
Sunday amauur baseball permitted In InBoston InBoston inBoston
Boston H H6 has come out frankly frankI in inits inIts inits
its favor and says that had the op opportunity opportunlt opportunity ¬
portunity been his he would have havemade ha6naade havemade
made a a strong fight for it when there therewas therewas therewas
was an opportunity of effecting suc successful successful eecceseful ¬
cessful legislation
PLAYERS THREATEN THREATENUMPIRE THREATENUMPIREQUITS
UMPIRE UMPIREQUITS QUITS JOB JOBSouth JOBSouth
South Atlantic League Of Official Official Official ¬
ficial Resigns After Being BeingHounded BeingHounded BeingHounded
Hounded for Day DayCOLUMBUS DayCOLU DayCOLUMBUS
COLUMBUS COLU muS Ga May ray 30 30CbargirS 30CbargirSthat Charging Chargingthat
that Jim Fox and the other members membersof mem rs rsor
of the Columbus baseball team threat threatened threatened threatened ¬
ened his life while coming up on the thetrain thetraJn thetrain
train with the club from Jacksonville JacksonvilleUmpire JacksonvilleUmpire JacksonvilleUmpire
Umpire Ebner has thrown up his job jobIn jobIn jobin
In disgust and after claiming to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been chased by a mob through the thestreets thostreets thestreets
streets spent the day with a police policeofficer 1 policeofficer > OJlce OJlceofncer
officer not appearing on the grounds groundsat
at all allEbner allEbner allEbner
Ebner declares that when h he board boarded boarded 3oarded ¬
ed the train at Jacksonville Thursday Thursdaynight Thursdaynight Thursdaynight
night members of the Columbus team teambegan teambegan teambegan
began their threats keeping it up upuntil upuntil upuntil
until the Journey began Then he healleges bealleges healleges
alleges that Jim Fox Krebs and andLewis andLewis
Lewis entered the coach in which he hewas hewas
was riding rldln and threatened to throw throwhim throwhim
him oft the train Ugly language was wasused wasused wasused
used he declares and he had to call callthe callthe
the trainmen to forcibly eject the ball ballplayers balJplayers
players playersThey playersThey
They refused to allaw him lm to enter enterthe enterthe
the sleeper on which he had booked bookedpassage bookedpassage
passage and he was kept awake all allnight allnight nilnight
night In fear of bodily injury injuryLeaving injuryLeaving
Leaving the car in Columbus he hesays beSa8 hesays
says the men again threatened him himdeclaring himdeclaring
declaring they would kill hint It Ifhe ithe
he appeared on the th field this after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon He says the crowd followed followedhim followedhire followedhim
him until he took refuse re e in the house houseof hou3eof houseof
of Police Officer McMlchael where he heremained heremained
remained all day dayBellevlnir dayBelieving
Believing the local club would carry carryJoyner carTYout carrYout
out the threat to do hint up he wired wiredJoyner
Joyner his resignation resignationThe
The idea l ea that Ebner was In actual actualdanger actualdanger
danger aner is ridiculed by local officials officialswho ot officialswho clals clalsWho
who were in ignorance of the actual actualstatus actualstatus actual8tatus
status of affairs until Ebner failed to toappear toappear toappear
appear at the game Just before the theganv tbegam thegaIn
gaIn started Manager Fox received elY a atelegram atelegram atelegram
telegram from Joyner advising advJ tng him of ofanindefinlte otanlnde ofanindeflnite
anindefinlte anlnde nite suspension and asking him himi blmto blatto
i to secure players to umpire the game gamewith i gamewith amo amowith
with Columbus ColumbusCOLLEGE ColumbusCOLLEGE ColumbusCOLLEGE
COLLEGE CAMPUS CAMPUSATHLETIC CAMPUSATHLETIC CAMPUSATHLETIC
ATHLETIC TALK TALKHiram TALKHIram TALKHiram
Hiram Conlbears Conlb ars salary as rowin rowincoach rowiqg rowiqgcoach t tcoach
coach at Washington may be cut down downby downby downby
by reducing his term from ten months monthsto
to six annually In which case Conlbear Contbarwin Coidhearwill Conlbearwill
will resign resignHarvard resignHavud resignHarvard
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Harvard has ordered another English EnglishBhell Englishshell Englishahell
shell from Sims Sons exactly like likethe likethe likethe
the boat the crew is now using if the thenew thenew thenew
new shell arrives in time it will be beused beu beused
used u ed in the Cornell race raceAt raceAt raceS raceAt
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At a recent meeting of the fencing
team of Pennsylvania J P Parker PaJker1U1 ParkerThu
1311 C was elected captain for next nextyear nextyear nextyear
year and J 7 C Fisher Fisb manager This ThisIs
Is Parkers second year oa the squadaDd squadana squad squadana
ana it is around him that next years yearsteam year25team yeayzteam
team must be built for Wendei and
Peterson graduate this year yearAMATEUR yerAMATEUR yearAMATEUR
AMATEUR GAMES TODAY TODAYCapital TODAYCapUal TODAYcapital
Capital City Leagae LeagueQt St Stephens StephensVB
VB Midway 239 2J p m First and M Mstreets Mstreets Mstreets
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Catholic University vs 3 Gailaudet Gailaudetat
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