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THE WASHINGTON TIMES TUESDAY MA MAY Y 31 1910 13
a GEORGETOWN TEAM TEAMELECTS fM
ELECTS SITTEROING SITTEROINGThird Sill ERDING ERDINGThird
Third Baseman Will Cap Captain Captain CaPtamn ¬
tain Baseball Nine NineNext NineNext NineNext
Next Spring SpringSTAR SpringSTAR SpringSTAR
STAR IN FOOTBALL FOOTBALLFOR FOOTBALLFOR FOOTBALLFOR
FOR TWO SEASONS SEASONSNew
New Leader Is Sophomore and Se Selection Se1ection Selection
lection Meets With Ap Approval Approval APproval ¬
proval of All AllWilliam AllWll1iam AllWilliam
William SItterdIng Is the new captain captainof
of the Georgetown baseball team teamThe teamThe teamThe
The season of 1910 was brought brou ht to a aclose aClo aclose
close Clo in New York yesterday with the theFordham theI theFordham
I Fordham game and last night tho play players pla plaera playem ¬
ers met at dinner and chose SIttordlnff SIttordlnffto
to lead the team of next year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The captainelect has been a member memberof
of the team for two seasons playing at atthird atthird atthird
third base He prepared at Georgetown GeorgetownPrep GeorgetownPrep GeorgetownPrep
Prep School and is at present a a sopho sophomore sophomore sophomore ¬
more in tho collegiate department departmentHis
His home is in Richmond Va and ever eversince everInce eversince
since coming t to the university he has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been active In athletics As a fresh freshman freshman freshman ¬
man and again n last fall f ll he made the thevarsity thearslty thevarsity
varsity football footb Jl team at end being con considered conslderad considered ¬
sidered one of tho most rno t reliable mem members members members ¬
bers of the SQuad SQuadSItterding sQuadSitterding squadSitterding
SItterding is popular among tho under undergraduates undergraduat undergraduates ¬
graduates s and his selection has met metwith metwith metwith
with universal satisfaction satisfactionWhile satl satlefactionWhile factlon factlonM1l1e
While tho season Just closed has been beenone beenOUO beenone
one of the most disastrous in savera saverayears seeraJyears aeveralyears
years tho outlook is considered quite quitebright quitebright quitebright
bright as most of the players who had hadto hadto hadto
to be developed this spring will 111 befar befarmore be far farmore farmore
more finished when the call is issued issuednext Issuednut issuednext
next March MarchSends MarchJEFF MarchJEFF
JEFF KNOCKS OUT OUTSPARRING OUTt
t SPARRING SPARRINGPARTNER SPARRINGPARTNERSends PARTNER PARTNERSends
Sends Choynski to Dream Dreamland Dreamland Dreamland ¬
land When Latter Gets GetsGay GetsGayReal GetsGayReal
Gay GayReal Real Encounter EncounterSAN
SAN FRANCISCO CaL May 3L 31It 31Ite 3LItdeveloped It Itdeveloped
developed e loped today that last Tuesday Tuesdaya Tuesdayaweek Tuesdayaweek a aweek
week ago today todaJlm Jim Jeffries knocked knockedout knockedout knockedout
out Joe Choynskl so cold that It took tooksome took1J0mc tooksome
some time to bring him back to where wherehe wherehe wherebe
he could see the sun and hear the thebirds thebirds thebirds
birds twittering In the treetops treetopsJeffries treetopsJetrrJes treetopsJeffries
Jeffries handlers kept the story quiet quietfor quietfor quietfor
for they did not want It bruited about aboutthat aboutthat aboutthat
that the big fellow was beating up his histraining histraIning histraining
training partners partnersIt
It was a real fight Sht The two big bigmen bIgmen bigmen
men went at It nip and tuck for four fourrounds fourrounds fourrounds
rounds Suddenly Choynski swung swunga
a vicious left to Jeffries Jaw and andtwisted andtwisted andtwisted
twisted the big fellows head In an anInstant anInstant aninstant
Instant things thln happened Jeffries Jeffrieswaded Jetrrleswaded Jeffrieswaded
waded In Choynskls ears wore woremashed woremashed weremashed
mashed his nose bloodied and his lips lipssplit lipssplit lipsi
i split Another swing and Choynski Choynskiwent Choynskwent Choynsklwent
went to dreamland dreamlandCapital dreamlandHIGH dreamlandHIGH
HIGH STANDARD SET SETBY SETBY
BY AMATEUR BODY BODYCapital BODYCapital
Capital City League Is One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of the Strongest Organi Organizations Organizationsin Organizations ¬
zations zationsin in History HistoryThe
The standard of play in the Capital CapitalCfty CapitalCity CapitalCity
City League to date is ample proof prooffor prooffor prooffor
for the statement that this organization organiza organization organization ¬
tion is one of the strongest gotten to together tosether together ¬
gether In Washington in many a day dayOnesided dayOnesided dayOnesided
Onesided games have been so far farunknown farunknown farunknown
unknown to the circuit and from all allappearances allappearances allappearances
appearances the teams are more evenly even evenly eoenIy ¬
ly matched than in any season since sincethe sincethe sincet
the organization of the league leagueMidway leagueMldwa leagueMidway
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Midway Mldwa the one team that experi experienced experienced experienced ¬
enced trouble In rounding Into shape shapeseems shapeseems shapeseems
seems to have reached its stride By Bydefeating Bydefeating Bydefeating
defeating St Stephens yesterday this thisteam thisteam thisteam
team climbed into fourth place The Themanager Themanage Themanager
manager has been adding new ma material material material ¬
terial and disposing of dead timber of oflate oflate oflate
late and from now on expects his team teamto teamto
to be a factor In the race raceKohler raceKohler raceKobier
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Kohler who pitched Midway to a avictory avictory avictory
victory over St Stephens yesterday Is Isa Isproduct Isa
a product of the old Church League LeagueHo LeagueHe LeagueHo
Ho Is also a member of the Woodburnteam Woodburnteam Woodburn Woodburnteam
team of the Suburban League and to todate todata todate
date his playing has been one of the thefeatures thefeatnres thefeatures
features of this teams team play playLook playLook playLook
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Look out for the Cornell Company Companyteam Companyteam I Iteam
team from now on With Buscher BuscherGreen BuscherGreen BuscherGreen
Green of Catholic University and Al AlHandiboe AIHandlboe AlHandlboe
Handlboe as twirlers the other team teamwill teamwill teamwill
will have to travel fast to win winHarry winHarry winHarry
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Harry Burke has secured his release
from Hamline and yesterday esterda Joined St StStephens StStephens
Stephens of the Capital CityLeague City League He Heshould Heshould Heshould
should prove a worthy acquisition to theclub the theclub thoclub
club nine nineNassau nineNsssau nineNassau
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Nassau of the Independence League Leagueappeared Leagueappeared Leagueappeared
appeared lamentably weak In every ee de department department department ¬
partment in Its game with Manhattan Manhattanyesterday lIanhattanycsterda Manhattanyesterday
yesterday and will have to show great greatColoniaP groatAt greata
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AMATEUR LEAGUES LEAGUESGames LEAGUESGames LEAGUESGames
Games Today TodayCapital TodayCapital TodayCapital
Capital City League LeagueSewago Sewage Pump Pumping PumpIng Pumping ¬
ing Station vs St Aloysius AloysiusDepartmental AloysiusDep AloyslusDepartmental
Departmental Dep rtmental League LeagueCommerce LeagueCommerceand Commerce Commerceand
and Labor vs 5 Navy NavySunday NavyStnday NavyStnday
Stnday School League LeagueSixth Sixth vs vsPeck vsPeck VBPeck
Peck PeckMarquette PeckMarquette PeckMarquette
Marquette League LegueCongre LeagueCongreeslonals LeagueCongreeslonalsvs Concreesionals Concreesionalsvs slonals slonalsHYgienic
vs Hygienic Laboratory LaboratorySuburban LaboratorySu1rolrban LaboratorySuburban
Suburban League LeagueReed Reed vs Pet Petworth Petworth Petworth
worth worthIndependence worthIndepondonce worthIndepondence
Independence League 8guO National NationalUnion H3UonalUnion lratlonalUnion
Union vs 5 St Paul PaulTerminal PaulTerminal PaulTerminal
Terminal Railroad Y M C A ALeague ALeagu ALeagueShop
League LeagueShop Shop vs S Southern Railway RailwayCommercial RailwayCommercial RailwayCommercial
Commercial League LeagueHerald Herald vs vsBrentanos vsBrentanos S
BrentanosBankers BrentanosBankers Brentanos BrentanosBankers
Bankers League LeagueNo No game sched scheduled scheduled scheduled ¬
uled uledOlympla uledOlmpla uledOlympia
Olympia League LeagueNo eNo No game me sched echeduled scheduled scheduled
uled uledSouthern uledSouthern uledSouthern
Southern Railway League LeagueQperatIng League Operat Operating ¬
ing vs s Auditors AuditorsColored AuditorsColored AuditorsColored
Colored Departmental League LeasueBu LeasueBureau Bu Bureau ¬
reau vs VI Interior InteriorAMATEUR InteriorAMATEUR
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AMATEUR RESULTS RESULTSFordham RESULTSFordham RESULTSFordham
Fordham 9 Georgetown 1 1Catholic 1Catholic 1Catholic
Catholic University 5 Gallaudet 0 0Midway OMidway 0Midway
Midway 3 St Stephens 4 4St 4St 4St
St St Stephens 5 Navy Yard Yare 4 4Manhattan 4lfanhattan 4Manhattan
Manhattan 22 Nassau11 Nassau11Southern Nassau 11 llSouthern 113outhern
Southern 8 Hyattsvllle 7 7Marines 7Uarlnes 7iiarines
Marines 9 St Elizabeth S SW I IW ow
W J of C 8 Twining 6 BSt 6t 63t
3t St t Johns 4 Carl CarUsles isles 3 3White 3White 3White
White BUds13 Buds 13 Colored Giants 6 5Colored 6colored
Colored Giants 6 White Buds 5 5Hyattsvllle 5Hyattsvllle 5Hyattsville I
Hyattsvllle 4 Sewage Pumping PumpingStation PumpingStaUon PumpingStation
Station StaUonBloomlnsdale StationBloomingdale 2 2Bloomlngdale
Bloomlngdale 11 Chevy Chase 7 7Laurel 7lauroI 7Laurel
Laurel 6 Olympia S SKensington 5Kensington
Kensington 2 Langdon 0 0Kensington OKensington 0Kensington I
Kensington 8 Langdon 4 4improvement 4Impr 4improvement
improvement Impr ement In order to better Its itssitlon po position p0sition ¬
sition In the race raceFailure raceFailure raceFailure
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Failure to touch bases In the opinion opinionof opinioof n
of many will cause trouble for the Mid Midway Midway Midway ¬
way team of the Capital City Leagueunless Leaguunless League Leagueunless e
unless the players correct this fault in i n en
the near future In Sundays Sunda s game gamewith gamewith gamwith e
with Diamond A C four of the players playerswere playerswere playe playewere rs
were called out for this reasonJimmy reason reasonJimmy reasonJimmy
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Jimmy Donnelly captain and man manager manager manager ¬
ager of the Manhattan team of the In ¬
dependence League Leaguelnmade made his first er errors errors ¬
rors 101 8 of the season In n yesterdays yes erdays weird weirdgame weirdgame wedgame
game with Nassau The niscuing fevewas fever feverwas feverwas r
was far reaching and the clever second secondsacker secondsacker secondsacker
sacker was unable to sidestep its itA It ItA ItA
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A catch by Wltmarah Was the only onl re ¬
deeming feature of the ManhattanNas ManhattanNassau ¬
sau game The league leaders diminu diminutive diminutive diminutive ¬
tive shortstop made a l beautiful autlful catch of ofa ora o oa f
a short Infield fly y that threatened t tcount to tocount tocount o
count as a hit
CORNELL CORIVELLIS IS FAVORITE FAVORITEFOR FAVORITEFOR I IFOR
FOR RACE ON HUDSON HUDSONImpressive HUDSONImpressive I IImpressive
Impressive Victory Over Harvard Shows Class of the Itha Ithaca I Ithaca tha thaI thaca ¬
ca Eight EightCrimson Crimson Blam es Defeat on Having TooHeavy Too TooHeavy TooHeavy
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Heavy Men in the Shell ShellAS ShellAS
AS CREWS ROWED ON CHARLES
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HARVARD HARVARDPosition HARVAtUPosition HARVARDPosition >
Position Oarsman Age Ht WtBow WtBow Wt V7tBov
Bow R Whltneyl Whitney 21 600 00 1GG
2 o S A Sargent jr 22 2 510 172 17
3 1 G c H Balch 20 O 511 Ua + 173
4 L TVithlngton jr 20 O 600 1S3 S3
5 E C Bacon 22 2 602 60 182 182Newton 1
6 G If F Newton 20 600 173
7 J E Wald capt 21 603 6Wh 177 177Stroke 111Strcke 1UStroke
Stroke R W Cutler 20 n 602 6 17D 17DCor 1i9Cox 179Cox
Cox McG A King 23 509 115v 115vAver 115 115Aver 115EAver
Aver Age Aver Ht Aver Wt
207 6 ft ft 1 In n 1763 1763BOSTON 176gBOSTON 1763BOSTON
BOSTON May 3L 31Cornell Cornell today todaystands todaystandI
stands a decided favorite for the Pough Poughkeepsle Poughkeepsie Poughkeepsie
keepsie regatta while Harvard Is not notdiscouraged notdiscouraged notdlecouraged
discouraged following the victory of the theIthacans theIthacans the theIthacans
Ithacans in the annual dual regatta here hereyeeerday hereY6fcrdaJ hereyeecrday
yeeerday yeeerdayCornell Y6fcrdaJCetrnell yeecrdayCornell
Cornell made a clean sweep on the theCharles theCharles theCharles
Charles river The Ithacan won the thevarsity thevarsity thevarsity
varsity race by a length and a quarter quarterand quarterand quarterand
and fairly ran away from the Crimson Crimsonfreshman Crim Crimsonfreshman on onfreshman
freshman eight winning the second raceby race raceby raceby
by six lengths lengthsHarvard lengthHans1d lengthsHanavd
Harvard led Courtneys varsity varslt crew crewfor crcvfor crewfor
for the first mile Then Cornell hit up upthe upthe I Ithe
the stroke spurted repeatedly and won wonby wonby I Iby
by open water The winning crews crewstime crewstime crewstime
time was U 11 minute 23 seconds Harvards Har Harvards Hra1 ¬
vards a1 s 11 minutes 27 seconds Cor1 Cor1nells CorInens Cor Cornells
nells freshman crew rowed the distance distanceIn
In 11 minutes IS seconds secondsjust just 21 1 secondsfaster seconds secondsfaster secondsfaster
faster than the Crimson youngsters youngstersWorried youngsteiWorried ounJ3tersWorried
Worried By WaterThe Water WaterThe WaterThe
The rough water seemed med to hurt Cor Cornell Cornell Cornell ¬
nell more than Harvard and oarsmen oarsmensay oarsmensay oarsmensay
say that In smooth water the margin of ofvictory otvictory ofvictory
victory would have been greater greaterTh greaterTh
Th varsity race was a spirited oneand one oneand oneand
and desperately contested by the two twocrew twocreW twocrew
crew At the start and for the firstseveneighths first firstseveneighths firs firssevendJhths
seveneighths of a mile Harvard seemed seemedto seemedto
to have the form and strength stren to win winbut vtnbut wlnbut
but K ien out of the roughest rot1 he t of the thewater thewater I
water the Cambridge eight was passed passedand passedand I Iand
and was steadily though slowly left be behind behind ¬ I
hind hindCornells hindrnells I
Cornells rnells short choppy stroke proved provedsuperior provedsuperior provedsuperior
superior to Harvards Harvardlong long rhythmic rhythmicswing rhythmicswing I Iswing
swing The Harvard oarsmen seemed tohave to tohave I
have plenty of power but for some somereason somereason omerC8on
reason Cutler who stroked the eight eightwas eightwas
was content with an even thirtytwo thirtytwofrom thlrttwofrom thirtytwofrom
from start to finish nlph and although this thisheld thisheld thisheld
held Cornell for the t e > first mile in the thelast thelast I
last half of the race the numerous spurts spurtsof
of the Ithacans drove their shell stead steadily steadlIy steadily ¬
ily ahead aheadIt aheadIt
It was a a poor day da for good oarsman oarsmanship oarsmanship oarsmanship ¬
ship as the Charles CharI for several hours hourswas hourswas hourswas
was beaten into foam by a stiff cold coklnortheaster coldnortheaster coldnortheaster
northeaster Toward night the wind dieddown died dieddown dieddown
down and shortly after 5 oclock the thevarsity theanslty thevarsity
varsity race was started In pretty rough roughwater roughwater roughwater
water
Harvard Off First FirstThe FirstThe FirstThe
The Harvard crew caught the water waterfirst waterftrst waterfirst
first and Immediately dashed into the tholead thelead thelead
lead Pulling their strong slowstroke slow slowstroke slowstroke
stroke the Crimson crew maintained maintainedan
an advantage for the first half mile milealthough milealthough milealthough
although Cornell Corn ll was pegging awayat away awayat awayat
at a stroke str ke which sometimes reachedforty reached reachedf reachedtorU
f forty to a minute minuteThe minuteThe minuteThe
The two shells splashed by the half halfmile halfmile halfmele
mile Sags 2 minutes and 68 seconds secondsafter secondsaftor secondafter s
after the start with Harvard In the thelead thelead thelead
lead by a couple of yards ards Imme ImmeI Immedlate1y Immediately
I dlately after came a Cornell spurt and andCROWDS andCROWDS an anCROWDS d
CROWDS FLOCKING FLOCKINGTO
TO ENGLISH DERBLONDON DERBY DERBYLONDON DERBYLONDON Y
LONDON May ay VL 3Lv A mushroom city city5prang cityfprang cl clsprang
sprang up today at Epsom Ep om outside the therace therace th thrace e
race track In anticipation of the DerbyGypsies Derby DerbyGypsies DerbyG
Gypsies G psles bookmakers restauranteurs restauranteurscrowded restaumnteurscrowded restauranteucrowded rs rse
crowded in and mingled with the theThe thethrongs th ththrongs e
throngs of racegoors already arrh1ns arrh1nsThe arri g gThe
The weather today was unprom unpromising unpromisinggusts unpromlslngUsts s n ngusts
gusts of wind alternating with drizzlinraiff drizzling drizzlingNeil drtzUngrain g
rain rainNell raiffNeil
Neil Gow and Lemberg today con contion continued
tinued favorites and while the eUmlna eUmlnatlon elimination
tion of H P Whitneys tnoys Blue Girl Girlecolt ecolt colt coltand coltand
and Witchwork has disappointed disappoinback disappoinbackted ted tedcans Amer Americans AmorIc r ¬
icans Ic cans s they are prepared to back August AugustBelmonts AugustBelmonts
Belmonts s Merry Task and Waldorf As Asters Astors ¬
tots Salamis though neither is givemuch given givenmuch n
much heed generallyRAIf1SDELL generally generallyRAJVISDELL
RAJVISDELL TO RUN ABROADREN ABROAD ABROADNEW ABROADrEW
NEW YORK May Ma 3L 31Tex Tex Rams Ramadel Ramsdel Ramsdel
del the intercollegiate 100yard chain champion chnmpion ¬
pion leaves here 11 ere for England E land on onthe onthe o othe
the Freisland on Saturday The giant giantTexan gialtTexan giantTexan
Texan oil battle for Uncle Sam Samin SamIn S Sin am
in the English championships which are areto ar e
to be held at Stamford Bridge London Londonon Londeon n en
on July 2 Ramsdell will be accom accompanied accompanied accompanied ¬
panied by Nate ate Cartmell the former formerRed fonnerRed
Red and Blue flyer yer who now is running runningprofessional
professional Cartmell hopes to makanother make makeanother makeanother e
another cleanup on the other side >
CORNELL CORNELLPosition CORNELLPosition CORNELLPosition
Position Oarsman Age Ht Wt WtBow WtBow WtBow
Bow C N Seagrave 23 50 5 507A Iii 17
2 L D SImson 23 511 176
3 G B Wakeley 21 600 163
4 WMAltchlnson VI Aitchlnson 22 2 603 6Wh 1S6 1S6o 186S 1 1o
o o S H Sutton L3 S 600 179
6 P L Day 25 s 601 173
7 S Names Namess S 601 601Y 174Stroke 174 174Stroke 174Stroke
Stroke E F Bowen 23 511 1U3 1U3Cox usCox 1IdCox
Cox J A Clark 20 2t 605 05 111Aver 111 111Aver 1UAver
Aver Age A o Aver Ht Aver Wt
23 233 33 6 ft 11 In 1737 1737at 17 17at 1 7 7at
at the fiveeighths mark ll ark the crews crewswere crewswere crewswere
were C7en van Still the Cornell eight eighthad efhthad eighthad
had not quite settled down to bust business buelneBS bustnoes ¬
ness and Harvard had ha no difficulty difficultyin
in n drawing away In the next quarterofamile quarter quarterof
of ofamile ofamileThe a mile mileThe mUeThe
The lead of the Crimson howeverwas however howeverwas howeverwas
was a brief one and approaching the theshadow theshRodow theshadow
shadow of Harvard bridge the Cornellcrew Cornell Cornellcrew Cornellcrew
crew gathered itself together as one oneman oneman oneman
man pushed pu hEtd into the lead and swept aweptthrough 3woptthrough sweptthrough
through the dark arches a good length lengthto
to the fore ore amid the shouts of thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands who crowded the bridge rails railsThe raUsTho railsThe
The time at the bridge which hlch is con considered considered conaidered ¬
sidered to be about one mile from thestart the thestart thestart
start was Cornell five ve minutes for fortyseven fortyseven fortyseven r ¬
tyseven tyseventyseven seconds Harvard five ru min minutes minutes n nuses ¬
utes fifty seconds secondsIn secondsIn secondsIn
In Good Condition ConditionAfter ConditionAfter ConditionAfter
After getting out In open wateragain water wateragain wateragaln
again the crews encountered several severalsqualls severalaquaUs severalsqualls
squalls that cut down the speed butstill but butstill butsUll
still Cornell continued to swing away awayat avA avAat
at thirtyeight strokes to the minute minuteand minuteand minuteand
and maintained its lead to the endBoth end endBoth ondBoth
Both crews were in good condition at atthe atthe atthe
the finish finishOne finIshOne finishOne
One of the advisory coaches who whowouldnt whowouldnt whowouldnt
wouldnt allow the use of his name said saidthis saidth18 sakithis
this morning concerning the Harvard HarvardCornell HanoardCornell HarvardCornell
Cornell varsity tace taceThe taceThe traceThe
The Harvard crew was too heavy heavrMen heavMen heavyMen
Men weighing 198 9B pounds and over may ma mabe maybe
be good go strong rowers but when tiredout tired tiredout tiredout
out they th y make a greater dead d weight weightin
in a race If Harvards stroke had been beena
a lighter lI hter man victory to either crew crewwould crewwould crewwould
would have b sn n but a matter of ofinches ofInches
InchesCout inches inchesCou 1 ches chesCOh
Cou Cout t2 ° < > y tic t e C mell coach said thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the boys roved Jt led well and that Harvard Harvardgave HarvardS8o Harvardgave
gave them a harder tight than expected expectedEasy expectedEasy expectedEasy
Easy for freshmen freshmenAn
An hour after the varsity rstty race the thefreshman thefreshman thefreshman
freshman crews were sent away The TheCrimson TheCrimson TheCrimson
Crimson youngsters jumped < J into the thelead thelead thelead
lead and it was an exciting contest to tothe tothe tothe
the bridge with Harvard leading some sometimes sometimes sometimes ¬
times by b a quarter of a length In Inswinging InSvlngins Inswinging
swinging through the t f arches the Corn Cornell Cornellfreshmen 4l 4lfreshmen I Ifreshmen
freshmen spurted ahead and from there thereto thereto thereto
to the finish the race was a procession processionwith processionwith processionwith
with Harvard trading further and fu futher fur further further i ¬
ther behindThe behind behindThe be111ndThe
The Cornell freshmen were held closeby close closeby c e eb
by b the Crimson youngsters youngsters during th thfirst the thefirst thefirst e
first part of their race later literallY literallvrunning literallYrunnln literallyrunnlng
running runnln away from the 1912 oarsmen oarsmenfrom oansmelfrom en enfrom
from Cambridge and winning innln by fir firand five fiveand fiveand e
and a quarter boat lengths lengthsBeats lenbthBBeats lengthsBeats
Beats Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaITHACA PennsylvaniaITHACA PennsylvaniaITHACA
ITHACA N Y May 31 31The The The Cor Cornell CornolI Cornell ¬
nell junior varsity defeated the Penn Pennsylvania P Pennsylvania nn nns ¬
sylvania s hanl crew by three lengths on onCayugx onCayuga o oCayuga n
Cayuga lake The Red and Blue oars oarsmen oarsmen oarsmen ¬
men got the jump at the gun but butCornell butCornen bu t
Cornell soon took the lead and pull pulling pullIng pulllag tu ¬
ing a thirtyeight tblrtyel ht stroke continued to todraw todraw t tdraw u
draw away to the finish finishEXETER ftnlshEXETER
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EXETER BEATS ANDOVER ANDOVEREXfeTER ANDOVEREx13ER
EXETER N IT May lay 3L 31Although 31Althoughthe Although Althoughthe h
the track was heavy hea y and the eontestanwere contestants contestantswere c30ntestantsere
were ere handicapped handlcap by a cold northeast northeastwind north northeaswind ast t
wind 100 two academy records were broken brokenin
in the annual ExeterAndover dual m mwhen meet meetwhen meetwben
when Exeter defeated Andover by 5116 5116points 641 I 16 16points
points to 41 56 Both records were werebroken werebroken werebroken ero
broken by Biter men Worthingtonthe Worthington In Intho Inth
the th broad Jump soaring soarIn over the turf turffor turftor to
for 22 2 feet 2 214 inches and BIngham low lowering loverlng loweeing ¬
ering the halfmile record to 15S 4i 4iThis 4 4This 4iThis
This halfmile record also breaks brea s th thNew the theNew theNeW e
New England Interscholastic record of of1K o f
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TRIBUTE TO PULLIAM PULLIAMLOUISVILB PULLIAMLOmSVILE PUL LIAM
LOUISVILB May 3L 31Members Members oJ the theBaseball th thBaseball theBaseball
Baseball Writers Association paid trib tribute tribute tribute ¬
ute to the memory of Harry Clay Pul Pulliam Pulliam PulIfant
liam former president of the National NationalLeague NationalLeague NationalLeague
League through Henry Davis who whoplaced whoplaced whoplaced
placed a floral tral wreath over his grave in inCave inCave inCave
Cave HlJi Cemetery emet ry The wreath con consists consfsts ¬
sists sit ls of plnlr roses which were Mr Pul Pulllams
Hams favorite flower fiow Decoration Day Dayhas DayhtS Dayhas
has been set aside by the Baseball BaseballWriters BaJ5eba11vrtt BaseballS4
S4 Writers vrtt rttes Asoclatlon as the day da of each eachyear eschyear eachyear
year on which they will honor the mem memory memory ¬
ory of Mr PUlliam
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TO END RUN TOD TODAY TODAYContestants Y YContestants
Contestants Are on Final Leg Legof Legof Legof
of Trip to Richmond Richmondand Richmondand Richmondand
and Return ReturnBy
By HARRY WARDLOCUST WARD WARDLOCUST WARDLOCUST
LOCUST DALE Va May 31Thelast 31 31The 31ThellUSt The Thelast
last leg of the fiveday touring test testrun testrun testrun
run began this morning when the thecars thecars thecars
cars checked out of here for the 190 190mlle 199mUe 190mile
mlle journey to Washington If con conditions conditions conditlons ¬
ditions are favorable the machineswill machines machineswill machineswill
will begin to arrive home about 4oclock 4 4oclock 4oclock
oclock this afternoon afternoonYesterdays aftornoonYesterdays afternoonYesterdays
Yesterdays run was was one of the themost themost themost
most Interesting the tourists have havehad haehad havehad
had Fine weather has followed them themever themeer themever
ever Mnce Washington was left last lastFriday lastFrld3Y lastFriday
Friday morning mornlnsrLocal mornlnLocal morningLocal
Local interest has been worked up
In the different towns passed pas ed through throughby
by the contestant and each villageand village villageand villageand
and hamlet has tried to outdo the theother tbec theother
other c in the warmth and cordiality of ofIts ofits ofits
Its greeting gr eUn The days run which whichended whichended
ended h here re last night was the short shortest shortest ¬
est est 8 one in the Itinerary of the tour tourand tournd tourand
and nd in the th main the going wa was good goodHere goodHere goodHere
Here and ad there a bad spot was found foundand foundand foundand
and then a little further along the theway theway theway
way would be worse There were weremany weremany Woremany
many miles of corduroy road and andpassengers anda6 andpassengers
passengers a6 UR Ors In the tonneaus were werebumped werebumped ere erebumpud
bumped about to their groat discom discomfort discomfort discomfort ¬
fort
Welcomed At Louisa LouisaIt
It remained for the little town of ofLouisa oCLouisa ofLouisa
Louisa where the noon stop was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made to give the tourists one of th thmost the thewost themost
most enthusiastic receptions received receivedon
on the trip Two hours were spent
there and aside from a a L most mo t excel ¬
lent dinner the motorists were given tvon
full rein to do as they the pleased Base ¬
ball on the main street > > was one of
the diversions diversionsThe diversionsThe diversionsThe
The last twenty miles into Locust Dale Dalewas Delewas Dalewas
was over a slate highway in racing rac con ¬
dition and the machines were permitted
to bowl over it as fast as 8 the engines engineswould
would permit If Virginia Vlr nla continues to I
build highways like this one ze will
find thousands thoU nds of motorists motor1 ts using the theroads theroads theroads
roads and leaving a trail of gold behind
them themThere themThere themThere
There Is no hotel at this place and andthe andthe andthe
the tourists were housed in the dormi dormij dormitories derailtortes
j tories of the Locust Locu t Dale Academy for
Boys The experience was a unique oneand one oneand
and helped to vary the monotony of I
hotel life The gymnasium baseball baseballgrounds baseballgrounds
grounds and in fact everything connect connected I
ed with the academy were turned over overto overto I
to the tourists and they had the time timeof timeof timeof
of fieir lives livesWhen UesWhen livesWhen I
When the technical committee finishedits finished finishedits
its labors last night it was found that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the only car to fall from the ranks of ofthe oCtbe ofthe
the perfect score brigade was No 10 10Overland 10OerJnd 18Overland
Overland It had a perfect road score scorebut scorebut COrebut
but lost lo t twentyfive points for work on ontwo ontwo ontwo
two broken spring clips during the noon noonstop noonstop noonstop
stop stop at Louisa The clips came loose looseon loosenn loosen
on n the road but Driver Clayton Grasbrought Gras GraffIirought Gran11rought
brought the car into the control in or orer orIer
Ier er to maintain his perfect road score scornLoses scoreLoses 5COreLoses
Loses Another Point i iThe
The Marlon lost another point yester yesterday 7asterda 7csterday ¬
day da for a stalled motor giving it a total totalscore totalscore totalscore
score of seven points pointsThe
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The Buick trunk k again had many bad badmarks I Imarks
marks chalked up against it Fiftytwo Fiftytwopoints 1 1volnts
points were lost because It failed to tocheck tocheck I
check In at both the noon and nightoontrols night nightcontrols nightoontrols
oontrols The points levied against 8e t It Itfor Itfor itfor
for mechanical troubles were 55 S points pointsfor pointsfor
for ignition Rion trouble 1 point for adjust adjusting adjustIn ¬
ing In the carburetor and 3 points into for retonlshins re replenishing replonl ¬
plenishing plonl hlng the oil supply Its Its total score scoreis
is a 172 1 points pointsAnother pointsAnother
Another point was scored against the thePalgeDotrot thePaigeDotrOt theP
PalgeDotrot P eDotro tthe the penalty was for fp a astalled astalled aStalled
stalled motor motorReferee motorReeree motorReferee
Referee Wes lifter iter mature dellberai dellberaitlon deUberatlon dellberailon
tlon took off t L o o point assessed 35 od against abBSnstNo againstNo j
No 26 5 Buick or work on the hoodleaving hood hoodleaving hoodleaving <
leaving it with jut ut three points against
t t He also plat < x d No 2i 8 Maxwell back backin backIn backIn
in the clean scow SCOi class by removing the thetwopoint thetwopoint j
twopoint penalty the th technical com committee committee ¬
mittee placed against a nst It for work on the theoil theoil
oil drip It was found the above penal penalties penalties penalilea ¬
ties were unjustly levied The scoreof score scoreof scoreof
of No 9 Regal has also been deter determined detalmined determined ¬
mined a penalty p na1ty of 3S5 points being beingplaced be lng lngplacld
placed against It for work on the differ differential differential differential ¬
ential the first day of the run This Thisgives ThisglYe5 Thisgives
gives the Regal i15 l1fi > points pointsIt polntIt
It smacks of salt water and ocean
breezes The Blue Oceans Daughter
a new serial story by Cyrus Townsend TownsendBrady TOW1lSendBrad
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TOTAL o SCORES a MADE B BY CARS CARSRMd
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No 1 lFor Ford Perfect PeIfe t PelrfctNo Perfect PerfectPerfect Par ct ctNo
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No 6 Washington 6V a hlngtoo Pwiaat Port st Perfect PerfectPerfect PdBetNo PetNo
No 7 7Wash1ngtog Washington Parfaot PerfaatNo Perfect PerfectPerfect Poof ct ctNo
No 8 Oldsmobile PturfMt PerfectNo Perfect ledectNo9Regal
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No 10 100verland Overland Perfect gecfectH eot 26 points pointsNo pointsNo
No H l1lIarion Marion PaTeat 7 points pointsPerfect poIntsNo
No 14lIoIlne 14 Mollne Perfect pette at Perfect PerfectIS PalrfectNo I 3
No 15 15Mora Mora Perfect i IS 15points 15pointsNo points pointsPerfect peatNo I
No 16 16Maxwell Maxwell Parfscst Perfect PerfectPerfect lme t I
No 17COlumbla 17 Columbia Parfeot P tect Perfect PerfectPerfect PerfeetNo PerfectNo
No 18 18Amplex Ampler withdrawn 1M1 JOOlpcM palate ts tasNo tsNo
No 19 19Elmore Elmore dtaqwaMfi edl d 1M po potetej KIBtAIJNo + t tNo
No 20 2OMaxw811 Maxwell Perfect Perfect PerfectPerfect PatIeotNo PerfectNo
No 21 21BuIck Bulck B PJzeQt cf rt Qt ° Perfect PedeGtNo PerfectNo
No 22 22Buick Buick truck 81 poia potato 30 points polnsNo pointsi polnUNo
No 23 23For Ford Perfect i 1Gin 1GinNo pointsNo points
No 24 PaigeDetroit S points 34 4 potato potatoPerfect poialttsNo Kiats KiatsNo
No 25 2 25Buick Buick Parfeot Perfect Pe ect
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