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THE YM11Vi Y 3iu Hl iu ros < > TIMES WEDXESDAY WitNrn r JlXE 8 1910 1910War 1aOpen 13 13L 13Open
Open War Is Now Threatened Between Jim Jeffries nod Manager ManagerSam Sam Berger
Jeffries Jeffries and Berger Reported ReportedAt
At War WarJohnson Johnson EngagesFlanagan Engages EngagesFlanagan EngagesFlanagan
Flanagan As Helper HelperDELANEY HelperDELANEY HelperDELANEY
Keeps Hands Off Negros Business BusinessAffairs BusinessAffairsVrestling BusinessAffairsWrestling
Affairs AffairsVrestling Wrestling Tricks TricksCause TricksCause TricksCause
Cause Alarm AlarmSAN AlarmS AlarmSAN
I IJohnson
SAN S FRANCISCO Juno 8 8While While WhlloJohnson WhileJohnson
Johnson is still fighting with George GeorgeLittle GeorgeLittle GeorgeLittle
Little there are constantly recurring recurringrumors recurrlnsrumors recurringrumors
rumors that things are not as peaceful peacefulas
as might be up at Rowardennan RowardennanIt
It is reported that Jeffries and Berger Bergarare Bergmare
are on the point of splitting and sup support support support ¬
port is given this statement by the thepresence thepresence thepresence
presence In Jeffries training camp of ofEddie ofEddie ofEddie
Eddie Graney Grane who is known to be a abitter abitter abitter
bitter foe of Berger BergerJohnson BergerJohnson BergerJohnson
Johnson Springs Surprise SurpriseJohnsons SurpriseJohnsons SurpriseJohnsons
Johnsons announcement that he has hasappointed hasappointed hasappointed
appointed Tom Flanagan as his man manager manager manager ¬
ager until July 5 has caused consider considerable considerable considerable ¬
able surprise Flanagan is one of thebest the thebest thebe
best be t known athletic promoters in Amer Amera AIDeriCfl
iCfl i a He is a Canadian and of late has hasbeen hasb
been b en devoting his time to runners han handling haI1dUng handling ¬
dling Tom Longboat and other Mar Marathon Marathon Marathon ¬
athon men He has been looking after afterJohnsons afterJohnsons afterJohnsons
Johnsons road work From Johnsons Johnsonsannouncement Johnsonsannouncement Johnsonsannouncement
announcement it seems that Flanagan Flanaganand
and SIG Hart will look after the cler clerical clerIcal derIcal ¬
ical work for the champion but John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son will practically be his own manager managerFlanagan managerFlanagan managerFlanagan
Flanagan is a brother of John Flanagan Flan Flanagan Flanagan ¬
agan the Xew York policeman who has haswon haswon haswon
won international fame as a hammer hammerthrower hammerthrower hammerthrower
thrower throwerLittle throwerLittle throwerLittle
Little to still hanging around the thetraining thetraining thetraining
training camp consulting lawyers la ers and andmaking andmakinG andmaking
making threats He declares he is sure surehis surehis surehis
his contract will hold good in court and andhe an1he andhe
he intends to take it there thereBilly thereDUly thereBilly
Billy Delaney Is expected In John Johneons Johnsons Johnsons
sons camp In the next few days He Hewill Hewill Hewill
will merely supervise Johnsons Johnsons train training trainIng training ¬
ing and will have nothing to do with withmanaging withmanagln withmanaging
managing the negro Johnson is isdown Isdown isdown
down to 210 pound now and Is worried wor worried worr
ried r d that he is losing weight too fast fastHe fastIIc fastlie
He has bean told that Jeffries is still stilllearning sUlllcarnlng stilllearning
learning wrestling tricks from Far Farr Farner
ner n er r Burns and that he intends to toclinch toclinch toclinch
clinch often in the early rounds and andwear andwear andwear
wear Johnson down The negro be believes belIees belleves ¬
lieves he should enter the ring at 212 212to 21 21to 1 I Ito
to be able to hold his own ownJeff ownJeff I
Jeff to Resume Boxing BoxingIt I
It is l probable that Jeffries will re resume reflume resume ¬
sume boxing tomorrow He called calledoff calledof calledoff
off of his boxing bout with Corbett yes yesterday yesttrday yesterday ¬
terday because the new regulation regulationsized regulationsized I Isized
sized ring which is being built in the thewoods thewoods I Iwoods
woods had not been completed and andJeff an andJeff d
Jeff does not want to do any more moregymnasium moregymnasium moregymnasium I
gymnasium boxing The big fellow fellowis
is still doing a lot of road work play playing playIng playing ¬
ing handball with Corbett and put putting putting putting ¬
ting in a lot of time in the gymna gymnasium gymnaslum gymnasium ¬
sium and at ropo skipping He de declared declared dedared ¬
clared today toda he felt better than ever everand everand everand
and vouchsafed the information that thathe thathe thathe
he would whip Johnson quicker than thanhe thanha thanhe
he did Munroe MunroePUS MunroePRINCETON MunroePRINCETON
Tigers Agree to Take on onPennsylvania onPennsylvania onPennsylvania
Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaIt
It was announced at Central High
School this a
for the 1911 baseball nine had not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been elected the report that PitcherBoteler Pitcher PitcherBoteler I IBoteler
Boteler had been chosen to the con contrary contrary contrary ¬
trary notwithstanding notwithstandingAlthough notwithstandingAlthough notwithstandingAlthough
Although the man who pitched the theteam tbeteam theteam
team to victory in tlrejhigh the th high school schoolchampionship schoolchampionship schoolchampionship
championship series as well as in inmany inmany inmany
many other notable battles is said to tobe tobo tobe
be the only logical candidate thechoice the thechoice thel
choice l olce has not been bOf > n made The elec election election election ¬
tion will be held within the th < next few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days possibly tomorrow following followingthe
the exercises in honor of the track trackteam trackteam trackteam
team which again captured the cham championship championship championship ¬
pionship among the high schools schoolsThe schoolsThe schoolsThe
The championship cup as well as asthat asth asthat
that th t won in the dual meet with Epis Episcopal Episcopal Episcopal ¬
copal High School early last May will willbo willbo willbe
bo turned over to the school at t this thistime tJdstime > jls jlstime
time Cs will be presented to the themembers themembers themembers
members of the team who have won wonten wonten wonten
ten points during the past season It Itis ItIs Itis
is understood that there are but five fivemen fivemen fivemen
men listed for the honors The man manager manager manager ¬
ager of the team will receive an hon honorary honorary honorary ¬
orary letter letterCertificates letterCertificates letterCertificates
Certificates suitably inscribed will willalso willalso I Ialso
also be awarded to the C winners winnersIn
In both track and football Dr Wilbur Wilbur Wil Wilbur ¬
bur Phelps president of the athletic athleticassociation athleticassociation athleticassociation
association of the school will prob probably probably ¬ I Iably
ably preside and several prominent prominentoutsiders prominentoutsiders prominentoutsiders
outsiders will be numbered among amon the thespeakers thespeakers thespeakers
speakers speakersYALE speakersYALE speakersYALE
GALES FERRY Conn June 8 SoSent SoSentout sSentC Sent Sentout
out over the full fourmile four mile course for forthe forthe forthe
the first time Stroke Wallis of the theYale theYale theYale
Yale varsity crew was a mighty tired tiredoarsman Uredoarsman tiredoarsman
oarsman at the finish of the crews crewshardest creshardest crewshardest
hardest tryout of the year It was wasWallls wasWallis wasWallis
Wallis second ond day da In the boat and ho howas hewas howas
was almost completely exhausted at atthe atthe atthe
the end They started out rowing rowingthirty rowingthlrt rowingthirty
thirty thlrt strokes to the minute but in the thelast thelast thelast
last half mile this was boosted to thirtytwo thir thirtytwo thirtytwo ¬
tytwo The time for the half was 232 232MURPHY 32 32AIURPHY 3 3MURPHY
BOSTON Mass Iass June SEddle S Eddie Mur Murphy Murpb Murphy ¬
phy pb of South Boston gave a splendid splendidcxhib splendidxhlb splendidexhib
cxhib lion of pugilistic skill in the main mainIs mainut
Is 1 > > > ut of twelve rounds at the Armory A AA AA AA
A last eight He defeated Dave Desh DeshIcr Deshr Deshhr
Icr r of Cambridge on points He gave gaveDeshler gaveDfshler gaveDeshler
Deshler a good sound boating and yet yetDeshlfr yetDeshler et etDeshlr
Deshlfr showed his gameness by b fighting fightingas
as hard in the last round as in the first firstMurphy llrstMurph firstMurphy
Murphy displayed dl8p1a e1 a a very ory effective loft lofthand lofthand lofthand
hand which landed much on Deshlers Deshlersface Deshlersface Deshlersface
face so much so that his head was a aregular aregul aregular
regular regul r target and Murphy Murpl a a veritable veritablesharpshooter yerltablesharpshooter veritablesharpshooter
sharpshooter sharpshootery
Young Backstop From om Lawrence Mass New England League Club Who Has Been Bought and May Join JoinClub JoinClub JoinClub
Club in Near Future
Clever Short Fielder Fiel ler Joins JoinsRanks JoinsRanks JoinsRanks
Ranks of Capital City CityLeague CityLeague CityLeague
League Team TeamHarry T TeamHarry earn earnHarry
Harry Zannelli one of the best short shortstops shortstops hortstops ¬
stops ever developed in the sand lots in inthis inthIs inthis
this city who for the past four seasons seasonshas soe seasonshas ons onsI
has been playing professional profe ional ball has hasjoined b bjoined hasjoined
I joined the Midway team of the Capital CapitalCity CapitalCity CapitalCity
City League Leaguej
j He played his first game yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterda1oafternoon yesterdayafternoon
I afternoon and although his team was wasI wasbeaten wasbeaten
I beaten it was not because be failed to toI toI todo
I I do his share He played playe in the same samestyle sameI
style that has characterized his work in inpast Inpast inpast
past seasons in spite of the fact that he hehas hehas hehas
has not handled a ball for several severalmonths severalmonths severalmonths
months He accepted nine chances and andcontributed andcontributed andcontributed
contributed a hit and a run runIt runn runIt
It was reported here earlier In the theseason thoseason theseason
season that Zannelli had signed with withthe withthe withthe
the Wilson N C club but this the theplayer theplaer theplayer
player emphatically denies The pros prospect prospect prospect ¬
pect of his staying with Ith the Midways Midwaysdepends Midwaysdepends tUdwaysdepends
depends entirely on his ability to land landa
a position in WashingtonC Washington
+ C
Langdons nine in the Church Leagueshowed Leagueshowed League Leagueshowed
showed decided improvement in yester yesterdays yesterdays egter egterdays ¬
days battle with Anacostia The sub suburban suburban suburban ¬
urban team was beaten after one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the most interesting games of the sea season season season ¬
son by 4 to 2 Buscher and Anderson Andersonboth Andersonn Andersonboth
both pitched winning w in ball but the l latter latterweakened latterweakened
lk bJdth
J Jthree
weakened in n the eighth l and allowed allowedthree allowedthree
three runs to cross the plate plateCommissioners plateCommissioners
4 4Commissioners +
Commissioners and Commerce and La Labor Labor Labor ¬
bor clash again today and the District Districtbuildlnn Dlstrktbundln Districtbuiidtne
buildlnn players hope to get et revengefor revenge revengefor I Ifor
for the recent defeat at the hands of ofXacels ofNagels
Xacels PetsNo Pets PetsNo PetsNo
No came in the Southern Railway RailwayLeacuc RailwayJ RailwayLeague
League LeacucErentanos J LeagueBrentanes eaJuc eaJucBrentanos
Erentanos forfeited forf lted to R P Andrews AndrewsIn
In the Commercial League yesterday E8tenla be because becauso because ¬
cause they were unable tbitmu to muster r a acomplete acomvlete
complete roster An exhibition e t 0 came camewas gamwas Q o owas
was played the Paper Makers winning winnlnirout winnlriJout
out by 6 to 3 3Borland 3Borland 3Borland
Borland pitched a grand came against acainstPostoffice aEalnstPostoffice againstPostoffice
Postoffice In the Departmental League Leagueyesterday Lea Leagueyesterday uc ucyestcrda
yesterday but lost through throu h th thi 3 inability inabilityof
of his team to rasP opportunities In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the ninth the bases were lorded with withono withon withone
ono on down but two tV Navy players were wereretired W6reretired wereretired
retired without addi additional ona effort effortWith efrortI effortWith
I +
With the score standing 6 6 to 1 againstthem against againstthem anlnstthem
them In the sixth inning Innln of yesterdays yesterdayscame yesterdaysgame e9terdayskJDe
came kJDe Tenleytown came forth lu with a aburst aburst aburst
burst of reserve strength and defeated defeatedProspects defeatedProS1 defeatedProspects
Prospects ProS1 > ccts by 9 to 6 6An 6An 6An
An Interesting elevenlnnlnrr came ame was wasfurnished wasfurnished wasfurnished
furnished the Southern Railway League Leartuefans Leaguefans L ue I Ifans
fans yesterday when wh wheTraffic n Traffic won on out inthe in inthe inthe
the extra session sese on over Treasurers Trea urors by 9 9to 9to 9to
to S A peculiar feature of the thewas cane gainswas canewas
was the fact that the losing 10 lnt team made mademore mademorC mademore
more than twice the number of hits hitscredited hitscredited hitscredited
credited the winners winnersKILLED winnersI winnersKILLED
I DALLAS Tex Juno 8 SMorrls Morris McLaurin Mc JIcLaurln
1 Laurln eleven years old son on of Dr Dri
i i M I L McLaurin a leading physician p physicianlIs slclan slclanlis
1 lis Is dead John Perrata aged eighteen eighteenyears eighteenyears eighteenyears
years swung with all his strength strengthat
at the ball and missed it it The bat batflew batfiew batflew
flew out of his hands with terrific terrificforce terrificforce terrificforce
force and the large lar e end hit young youngMcLaurin youn younMcLaurin
McLaurin behind the ear He fell fellunconscious feUunconscious fellunconscious
unconscious and was dead in a few fewminutes fowmInutes fourminutes
minutes minutesj mInutesSEEKS minutesSEEKS
CHICAGO June S SoIra Ira Davenport the theUniversity theUnivcnslty theUniversity
University of Chicago middle distance distancestar distancestar distancestar
star who ho smashed two records In Sat Saturdays Saturdays Saturdays ¬
urdays conference meet at Urbana Ur ena will willbegin willbegin willbegin
begin training today toda for a try tt at the theworlds theworlds
1 worlds honors Davenport will attempt attemptto
to break the worlds record In the half halfmile haltmile halfmile
mile at next Saturdays University Unlor81t of ofChicago orChloago ofChicago
Chicago interscholastic meat at Marshall MarshallField MarshallFiold 8lshaUFiold
Fiold and Coach Stage 5tagfbelleves believes he will willbe willbe willbe
be successful successfulI
MAY LOSE HONORS HONORSDisqualification HONORSDisqualification
Disqualification of Syracuse SyracuseMan SyracuseMan SyracuseMan
Man Would Cause Tie for forCollegiate forCollegiate forCollegiate
Collegiate Title TitleNEW TitleNEW I I1EW
NEW HAVEN HA VE CoRn June S SoAn An ia iaveetigaiion Investigation
veetigaiion ve Ugtion has beea begun into the theeligibility theeliJibUity theeligibility
eligibility of Dean Waite of Syracuse Syracusewho Syracusewho
who 00 won on second place in the shotput shotputin I IIn
in the intercollegiate track game gameIt
It has been stated that Waite entered enteredthe entoredthe enteredthe
the freshman fTe hman class at Syracuse from fromColgate fromColpte fromColgate
Colgate last 1a t fail and te ineligible for fortrack fortrack tottrack
track competition tilt t t next fallIn faiL faJLIn faiLIn
In the case the report te eontirmedPennsylvania eoaftrmed eoaftrmedPennsylvania CODArmeclPennsylvania
Pennsylvania will lost the title of inter intercollegiate interool1e intercollegiate ¬
collegiate ool1e te winner jnnCl this year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The Quakers took 2 f1o Tr < K points and Yale YaleCo TaleCoy
25 25Coy Coy Co and KIlpatrick of Tale took second sec second second ¬
ond and third in the shotput and if ifWakes ieWaites ifWastes
Wakes polits 011ts are thrown out they will willgive willgive willgive
give up tc second and Bd third in the theevent theevent theevent
event and Yale will m get two more points pointsadded potntsadded pointsadded
added to her score making 27 T 77 the thesame theS2me thesame
same as Pennsylvanias score scoreYALE sereYALE
NEW HAVEN June S SNoth1n Nothing is isknown 15known isknown
known here about the plan to throw throwout throwout throwout
out the points won by Dean Waite of ofSyracuse orSrracuse ofSyracuse
Syracuse in the shotput in the intercollegiate inter intercollegiate IntercOllegiate ¬
collegiate games in Philadelphia on the theground theground theground
ground that Wake was W1 S ineligible for forcompetition forcompetition forcompetition
competition having been in Syracuse Syracuseless Syracuseless
less than a year Oear The report however howeveris
is causing cau8ln much interest to Yale ath athletes athletes athletes ¬ I
letes as the forfeiture of Wakes two twopoints twopoints twopoints
points would give them to Coy and andKllpatrick andKilpatrkk
Kllpatrick I of Yale thereby tieing Yale Yaleand Yaleand Yaleand I
and Pennsylvania with 27 7 points pointsWhile pointsWhile pointsWhile
While the Yale authorities would 6e Semore 6emore oe oemore
more than pleased te see Wakes Wakespoints Waftespoints I Ipoints
points thrown out of the final reckoning reckon reckoning re < kon konlng ¬
ing a prominent member of the ath athletic athletic athletic ¬
letic committee gave it as his opinion opiniontoday opiniontoday opiniontoday
today that this would be a virtual im impossibility Imp05slbiUty Impossibility ¬
possibility unless Syracuse University UniversityItself UniversityItself Universityitself
Itself agreed to give giv up Waites points pointsIn
In the opinion of this member even the theI
I A C C has not the power to order orderWakes orderWaites
Wakes points thrown out unless Syra Syracuse Srracuse Syracuse ¬ I
cuse is willing willingBLIND willingBLIND
Bert Taylor of Jackson Mich MichWins lichWins MichWins
Wins Championship of League LeagueWith LeagueVith LeagueWith
JACKSON Mich June S Prob Probably Probably Probably ¬
ably the only baseball manager in inthe Inthe inthe
the world who is literally blind blIndnot blIndnottb05e not as asthose asthose
those having eyes e es see not but absolute absolutely ¬
ly sightless slghtlea18 is Bert Taylor Ta Jor manager of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Jackson Stars This blind manager managerhandles managerhandles managerhandles
handles his team from the bench His Hismen Hismen Hismen
men swear By him and dc better bett r work workbefore wor worbeforo workbefore
before his sightless ever ell < than when whenworking whenwwking whenworking
working under the mptivlsion L1 t + > 0Ision of a aman aman aman
man who can watch toe plays pla s But ButTaylor ButTa ButTaylor
Taylor Ta lor does watch the physHe phys pUysHe pb YS YSHe
He sits on the bench with ts men menjand m menand < < > n nand
jand and knows just what wb t plsyr are re made madeI madeHe madeHe
I He knows at all times tb too record of ofballs ofballs ofballs
balls and strikes o ire batter and andi andnever andnever
i never fails to recogulrc rOOOG1 z a foul With Wiihalmost Wi Withalmost 1 1almost
almost uncanny intuition he can tell tellpossibly teUpossibly tellpossibly
possibly from the sound of the ball ballagainst biiJlagainst ballagainst
against the bat the field to which the
ball has been batted He argues a point pointwith point1th pointwith
with 1th the th un umpire u + plre just as earnestly as asthough asthough asthough
though he had seen the entire play playand playnd playnd
and nd his howl of protest against apln t a deci decision ¬
sion Ion is just as vigorous as any fan could coulddesire
desire His team won the City Citypennant League Leaguepennant Leaguepennant
pennant in 1916 19 and this year ear has s wou woutwentytwo woutwentytwo w
twentytwo games out of of a total o of oftwentyfive f ftw
I twenty twentyfive tw en five
0 0t
T7 t
Winner of Chevy Chase ChaseTourney ChaseTourney ChaseTourney
Tourney Defeats Grosvenor GrosvenorIn
In Challenge Round RoundJ
J V Moorhead la today hailed as aschampion aschampon aschampion
champion tennis player o the Chevy CheryChase ChevyChaM ChevyChase
Chase Club ClubMoorhead ClubXoorb ClubMoorhead
Moorhead Xoorb d yesterday wrested wrc ted the hon honors honors hoqe ¬
ors from E P Grosvenor ia the chal challenge elUillen eh ehlenge ¬
lenge len = e round which brought about the thebest thebest I
best play of th the tour tournamentFive tournament tournamentFiv ame t
Five sets ets were required for a decision decisionthe dee decisionthe oa oatb I
the tb winner capturing the last Ja t live games gamesin
in the deciding set Both men displayed displayedexcellent dl displayedexcellent played playedexcellent
excellent form in every department departmentand
and up to the deciding games play was wasabout W8about wasabout
about even neither > > showing sbow1 an advan advantage advantage advantage ¬
tage at any stage stageMooreheads stageIoorebeads stagedooreheads
Mooreheads record in the tournament tournamentit
ib it 1 an excellent one probably the best bestmade bestmade bestmade
made by an entrant in the event in inmany inmany inmany
many a day He bas had a perfect perfectfcore perfectfCOre perfectscore
fcore in every match played capturing capturingth capturlnthe
th the handicap and scratch events He Hewas Hew8 Hewas
was awarded the Xewberry Cup signi significant signiftcsnt significant ¬
ficant of the championship honors honorsThe honorsThe honorsThe
The summaries of the match matchFirst matohFirst mstohFirst
First sot sotMoorhead sotUoorhead setMoorhead
Moorhead 434446510316016 434446510316016Grosvenor 4 344455103 3 4 4 4 5 i 1 0 g C016 C016Grosvenor Ii 0 11i 11iGrosvenor
Grosvenor 1 51803344544448 1518033445 151903344344448Second 51803344544448Second 14 4 48 48Second
Second set setMoorhead setMoorhead setMoorhead
Moorhead 2 1 164434446 5 4 4 S 4 4 4 46 6
Grosvenor 4 44321212 44321212Third 4321 3 2 1 5set i 212 212Third 1 3 3Tblrd
v vMoorhead
Third set setMoorhead setMoorhead
Moorhead 42641I2146 42641I2146Grosvenor 4 264146214 264146214Grosvenor 2 6 4 I I 1 tG tGGrosyenor
Grosvenor 8 441423442 441423442Fourth 4 4 1 4 2 3 4 4 24 24Fourth 1 1Fourth
Fourth set setMoorhead setMoorhead setMoorhead
Moorhead 4 11483113 11483113Grosvenor 1 1 4 6 3 1 1 1 33Grosvenor 33 33Grosvenor
Grosvenor 2 44145445 244145445SFifth 44145445Fifth 4 4 1 5 4 4 56 56Firth
Fifth set setMoorhead setMoorhead setMoorhead
Moorhead 1 15 540044444 540044444Grosvenor i 4 0 0 4 4 4 4 4 4Grosvenor 4Grosvenor
Grosvenor 4 714422111 4714422111IThe 714422111The 1 1 4 4 2 2 1 1 11 11The
The semifinals of the mixed doubles doublewere doubleswere doubleswere
were concluded yesterday re teroa Miss Olive oliverand liver liverand i iand
and A Fuller winning 6 62 2 and 6 6from Gtrom 6i 6ifrom
from Mr and Mrs Poe This arrays arraythem arraysthem arraysthem
them against Mrs McCammon and F FNewbold 1 1Newbold FNewbold
Newbold for the finals which will I Iplayed be beplayed beplayed
played either this arternoon or tomor tomorrow tomorrOw tomorrow ¬
row afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The other event was the inauguration inaugurationof
of the mens singles consolation play playC pIa pIaC
C L 1 Frailey defeated E Morgan 10 10and 108 108and 10Sand
and 6 G1 1 F B Poe aefeated D DMor1c Morgan MorganG
G 62 2 3 36 6 6 62 2 and A Fuller won over oveiw overW overv
W w v F Ham 7 7S 5 and 5 91 91HUDya 97unyadi 7 7NATURAL
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Jan05 Jan05Water nos nosWater
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Gentle GentlePhysicians CentleRecommended
Recommended by byPhysicians b Y YPhyans
Physicians PhysiciansRefuse PhysiciansRefuse
I Y Refuse RefuseSubstitutes RefuseSubstitutes tef use useSubstitutes i
Substitutes SubstitutesSample Substitutest
t t Sample S mp Trouser t o s r Salel Salelt s Sale l lMens l ltens
t + Mens 4 and 5 Trousers 1 1HL r rt t tIt
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ATTRACT t1 IM IMlanagement
Besieged With WithApplications WithApplications WithApplications
Applications for Entry EntryBlanks EntryBlanks EntryBlanks
Blanks for Gala Event EventIEET EventMEET EventMEET
Only Bona Fide Residents of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District Will Be Eligible Eligibleto
to Compete CompeteThe
The fondest toncl St hopes ofthe ot the committee in incharge Incharge incharge
charge ot th the municipal l games P are be being b bIDg being ¬
ing exceeded by the t e demands for entry entryblanks entryblankB entryblanks i
blanks for tb the meet on July 4 in th thePotomac the thePotomac j
Potomac Park ParkBelDg ParkBeing j jBeing
Being an innovation it was thought thoughtthat thoughtthat thoughtthat
that considerable trouble wotii1 w UL1 be ex experienced experienced experleneed ¬
perienced in tilting ftlltD the many Uty eveaU but butinstead butllUJtead butinstead
instead there to every indication tIon even eventhis eventhis I
this early that the entry list rill be one oneof 6Deat oneof
of the largest ever enlisted here hereGeneral hereGeneral hereGeneral
General Interest Manifested ManifestedWhile ManifestedWblle ManifestedWhile
While practically all the stars hi the theclubs theclubs theclubs
clubs colleges and schools wttt com compete comete compete ¬
pete ete there appears to be a w J 2 general generalInterest generalInterest eneral eneralIntereet
Interest thaI to usoally assail the t e use e in ath athletic athletic til ¬
letic meets here The fact act that in order orderto orderto orderto
to be eligible athlete must be rest residents restdents ¬
dents of Washington Waabin ton has had much DWC to todo
do with the aet1 aettKty ty of C the i1fIleat rff < > reat or organizations organzationa ¬
ganizations as the be men realize that thattheic t1ltthelt thattheir
their chances of victory will not be belessened belessened
lessened by stars coming COII ftg fro from a ether ethercities ethercities
cities citiesThe citiesThe
The committee in charge of the themedals themedals themedals
medals has been inspecting ha pectlng samples samplesoffered samplesoffered mple mpleotrered
offered by several firms Jlr and has b final finally JlaalI analIy ¬
ly settled upon a fob that compares comparesfavorably COIDprufavorably comparesfavorably
favorably with any prizes over of offered oftered offered ¬
fered in these parts The other sub subcommittees seltcommittees subcommittees ¬
committees have been working along alonga oag oaga
a campaign to prepare all n details detllaIt an anit asit
it h I < Intended to have the be manage ¬
mead on such a scale as to make ¬
icism impossible impossibleColored ImpoulbleColrod ImpossibleColored
Colored Athletes Provided For ForUnder ForUnder ForUnder
Under the auspices of a separate separatecommittee separatecommittee separatecommittee
committee a set of games mes will be con conducted conducted ¬
ducted for colored athletes at t the
University neld at the t e same sametime sametime me metIme
time the meet at Potomac Park r runder is isunder Isunder
under way ay Dr D E Wiber chair chairman ehalrmaJi chairman ¬
man of the general committee c today todaydesignated todaydutgnated todaydesignated
designated E B Henderson physical physicaldirector pbystealdirector physicaldirector
director at the 1C Street High School Schoolto
to take charge of the tournament at atHoward a aHoward atHoward
Howard and lid he will have the assist assistance assistance 88I8tDce ¬
ance Dce of several assistants assistantsEntry aulstntJJEntry assistantsEntry
Entry blanks may be obtained e talned at the thesporting thesporting thesporting
sporting goods stores The track lists listswill U8t8will listswill
will close at Spaldlngs while the theswimming the5mmlng theswimming
swimming lists will be handled at atWhites atWhites t tWblte
Whites WhitesDr WblteDr WhitesDr
Dr Hudson Hud said 14 this morning m rnlng that thath thathe thathe
h he had a special speel corps of men at work workat workat orl orlat
at the bathing beach and that work workwill workwin workwill
will be rushed ru bed so all will be in I readi readiness readDeM readiness ¬
ness for the sane and lid safe te Fourth FourthCOFFORTH FourthCOFFORTH FourthCOFFORTH
SAX FRANCISCO June S IWbeUaer IWbeUaerthe Whether Whetherthe
the LangforcLKetchel flgtot arranged arrangedby arnLD arnLDby
by Promoter Coltroth today in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York can be held in the promoters promotersarena prOlDOtersrena promotersarena
arena at Colma is 1 a matter which bidt the thecourts thecourt thecourts
courts of San Xateo county will de decide eMelde deBide ¬
Bide Coffroth has a test case now be befor betor befor
for the superior u r11r court of that county countyand countyand countyand
and lost the first step in legil J eg g11 l pro proceedings proceedlngs proceedings ¬
ceedings recently when the principals principalsin pM 1cipals 1cipalsin cipalsin
in the test fight were denied feedom feedomon f Leedomon
on writs of o habeas corpus Tne case casewill casew1l1 casewill
will be called next week weekWELL weekI weekIT weekDRESSED
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the less danger there Is of contracting I Ipneumonia Ipneumonia fpneumonia
pneumonia and other serious diseases diseasesBABEK diseasesI j jJs
Is the best remedy for Colds La Grippe GrippeChills GrippeChills
Chills and Fever At all druggists druggistsAILWOOL druggistsALLWOOL druggistsGN1
the very finest Weaves WeavesA 1 0 I IA
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Special Spe al Price P ce this week weekFriedlander weekFriedlander weekFriedlander
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American League Accepts AcceptsClosed AcceptsClosed AcceptsClosed
Closed Shop Restrictions RestrictionsIn
In Every Eve Particular ParticularCLEVELAND Particu1arCLEVELAXD ParticuiarCLEYLAND
CLEVELAND June 8 8UsdeR Uai a labor laboris I HK HKi8
is Jubilant today over the tJMvietory sweeping sweepingvictors sweepingvictory
victors resulting from its extensive extensiveboycott exWllullTeboycott extensiveboycott
boycott of the Cleveland baseball baseballclub 1JaebUcluD baseballclub
club The boycott which has been beenIn beenIn beenis
In operation A since the opening of the theseason t theseason e eseason
season was wa raised last Ja t night when whenPresident whenPresident whenPresident
President Ban Johnson J obD On of C f the thelean Aster American Asterlean ¬
lean Baseball League signed a1 closed closedshop elOMdshop closedshop
shop contracts for all teams teamsThe teB18Tbe teamsThe
The agreement provides that all allcontracts allcontracts 11 11eontraets
contracts for tearing down construe construction construetion construelion ¬
tion or repairs of parks shall contain containa
a clause cia requiring the th employment o ounion 01union of ofunion
union labor exclusively and all print printed printed ¬
ed matter shall bear the union 1aHIAIl labelAll labeL labeLAll
All cigars and tobacco sold > > old within the thepark thepark thepark
park must also bear the union label labelFurther l1teLFurther labelFurther
Further the agreement provides that thaton t thaton at aton
on some Sunday during the season the theCleveland theCleveland theCleveland
Cleveland club must play an exhibi exhibition exJtUrition exhibition ¬
tion game with another American AmericanLeague AmericanLeague
League club the proceeds to be de devoted devote4 devoted ¬
voted to a charity to be dsignated d lgaat by brthe bythe br
the Cleveland buildia buildiatlon building trad trades coaDet councLThe coaDetThe
The boycott was declared In retaIIa retaIIatlon retaliation
tlon for the employment of nonunion nonunionlabor nonunionlabor oaionlabor
labor in the building of the new ne park parkHEARD parkHEARD parkHEARD
Penn is due at Fooghkeepeie Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day night nightThe MiloThe t tThe
The Peon varsity coxswain is cer certainly certainly eartatnly ¬
tainly a midget weighing less than thaneighty t thaneighty a aeighty
eighty pounds poundsThe poundsThe I ITAe
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The Pennsylvania Barge Clubs an annual ananal D ¬
anal 1 dub regatta r tt coaxes c next ext Saturday Saturdayafternoon Satur Saturdayafternoon y yaerDOOD
afternoon on the be SchujrtklM SchujrtklMThe I IThe
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The Badger oarsmen oar ea have y been eeII bay having a aI baylug ¬
lug I a sunrise sunrisemontia row at G oeIeek e eIItOC1tIag every everymorning
montia morning They head fcr PeogMieepsie PeogMieepsieFriday PMCl PMClJr1d7 PeagiakeepdeFriday
Friday FridayA
A f few w years bade Peon crews werealways Werealways were werealways
always noted far tiwtr fu beef This Thisyears Thisyara Thisyears
years varsity be however er will be the thelightest thebghte thelightest
lightest t the Quakers Qo Jten have had te some someyears MIlleYerL someyears
years yearsA YerLA yearsA
A race between eights Ats from fro Richmond Rich Richmond RIdaJDORd ¬
mond College and ad the Vir Virginia Boat
Club was W the feature fe ture of t the thegatta JatUrs re regatta regatta
gatta on the James river Saturday Saturdayafternoon StunlYttern Saturdayafternoon
afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe ttern n nThe
The two shells that t at Ernest EnM t Barry Barrywill BarrywIU Barrywill
will take to South Africa with him for forhis forhis forhis
his worlds world championship race with withDick withDIck withDick
Dick Arnst were formally christened at at1utney atlutDey ato
1utney England last Ja t week by Lady
Besborough De borouP o The shells were named namedQueen JtID8dQueen namedQueen
Queen Mary and Lady Desborough De boroagh
Smile at Sams Samsfollow Sams10110w
follow the Crowd CrowdA Ii I
ANY A PIY of th the follo Following ing Brands of Whiskies and Gins GinsWill I
Will Be Served Over the Bar at atHioc I II
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Diamond DiamondSams DiamondSams DiamondSams
Sams Private Stock StockBraddock StockBraddock StockBraddock
Braddock BraddockWilson BraddockVilson BraddockWilson
Wilson WilsonGB WilsonG VilsonI
I GB G B Black Label LabelTrimble LabelTrimble LabelTrimble
TrimbleHunter Trimble TrimbleHunter
Hunter HunterSherwood HunterSherwood HunterShertiuoad
Sherwood SherwoodCascade SherwoodCascade ShertiuoadCascade
Cascade CascadeThree CascadeThree CascadeThree
Three Feathers FeathersBrook FeathersBrook FeathersBrook
Brook Hill HillCanadian HillI HillCanadian
I Canadian Club ClubHannisville ClubI ClubHannisville
I Hannisville HannisvilleGreen HannisviUeI HannisvilleGreen
Green Spring Valley ValleyI
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imateur Athletic Union Of Official Official Official ¬
ficial Discusses Question Questionof
of Transfer TransferNBW
NBW YORK June Chairman S J James JaaesEo aa es esE
E Sutttvaa of the national 1081 registration registrationcommittee reglstationHIlt registrationcommittee
committee has sent the foMewteg faH wt g letter letterto Jetterto
to the chairmen of all regJstratteB regt tratIeB com committees commlUeeII cotemittess
mittees mitteesAs mlUeeIIAs mittessAs
As numerous inquiries have been beenmade beenma4Ie beenmade
made of late ht relation te the rule regarding re regardtag regarcItDg
gardtag the t e transferring trII fen1Dg of a student at attending 81tendtag attending
tending a university college school or orother orOUter orother
other educational tosttttttto SMUt for the va vacation vacation vacation ¬
cation months I think It advisable adri aWe that thatthe thtthe thatthe
the chairmen of the different dl < < ere t associa associations usodaUoDiI associations ¬
tions post themselves t eIMOIVes oa the rule re regarding reprdIag ref ¬
garding f g this thI matter I refer you te page pageArticle Jtge JtgeArtIcle pageN
N Article 10 lo 1 CondtttoDB of Competition Competitionbook CompetitioneetIoIl1 Competitionsection
section 1 paragraPh t A A U Hand HaDdbook Handbook
book issue of 15Nl ttM reading re diag as follows followsA
A student attending aU8D lDg a a university college col college eol1e8e ¬
lege school ooI or ether educational insti lastttudon institution instltadoft ¬
tution may r consider such institution io tI t Ol1 his hisresidence hisrMldeaee hisresidence
residence for the purpose MIr M of registration registrationto reJl tatIon tatIonto
to represent t such institution in compe compethJoa competttIoB competitioa
thJoa Such student during the period periodbetween periodbetweea periodbetween
between the close and ad the t e opening of ofthe otthe ofthe
the scholastic year may transfer his hisregistration hiSregi hisregistration
registration regi traUoa to a dub or other organiza organization CKgaDtzaOft orgaaization ¬
tion Oft belonging to an II active or allied alliedmember alUedmember alliedmember
member of this union located In the die district diBtr1ct dietrict ¬
trict of his actual act residence re ldence which for forthis forthis forthis
this purpose shall be the re residence ldeaee of his hisparents hispceatal hisp
p parents or r guardian if he be a minor minoror minorhis
or his last place of abode before entering
his educational institution if 1 be be an anadult anadult asadult
adult and upon the opening op mag of the thescholastic thescholastic theacboIa
acboIa scholastic Ue year y r he may be retransferred retransferredto trDSforredto
to his educational e4 catioaal Institution InstitutionAccoerdinir IDFtItutoDAecoerdto inetitudonAccoerding
Accoerdinir Aecoerdto to this rule you JOU will w l note notett DOtere notebare
bare tt < re is but one district dt trlet to which htch a a stu student RUdent student ¬
dent can transfer at the close of the theschool the8ebool theschool
school year A minor if he desires de lro to tochange toehaage tochange
change at all can only change to a a club clublocated clublocated clubbated
located in the district 4J trIct of his actual rest residence re restdeuce i icIeDce ¬
deuce which must be considered the res residence resldeaee residence ¬
idence of his h parents or guardian If Ifthe Itthe Ifthe
the athtete is twentyone years of age or orover orover orover
over and he Is not graduating or leaving
his ht educational institution ln UtuUon for good goodthere goodthere goodthere
there is but one district to which such suchan suchan suchan
an athlete can transfer and that is 1 the thodistrict thedI thedistrict
district dI t11ct of t his test 1a t place of abode before beforeentering beforeenter1lc beforeentering
entering his educational institution I Imight Imlsht Imight
might add that if an athlete te leaving
his educational institution for good andhe and andcan ande
he e l over tweDtyoDe years or age age he heI hecan
can then take up a legal residence e in inany inIUty inany
I any district and DC1 after actually living in insues InMICb insuch
sues district four fourllODths months non the be e can a repre represent repreeat ¬
Iseg sent > > some club in that t district districtTWIN dI districtTWIN trlct
EW YORK June IJack Twin TwinSulltTan TwinSullivan
Sullivan of Cambridge Mass the theoldest theoldest theoldest
oldest member of the fighting SullI SullIvans SuIIITaDB Sullivans
vans earned a hardfought decision decisionfrom decisionfrom decisionfrom
from Jim Stewart the Brooklyn Brooklynhearywei Brooklynheavyweight V Vheavyweight
hearywei heavyweight ht in the tenround windup windupat
at the Fairmont A C last 1 t night
Overholt OverhdtOW OverholtOld OverholtOki
OW Jordan JordanGreen JordanGreen JordanGreen
Green River RiverCarvel RiverCarvel RiverCarve
Carvel CarvelMount CarvelMount CarveMount
Mount Vernon VernonOWCrow VernonOld VernonOld
OWCrow OWCrowQuaker Old Crow CrQlvQuaker CrowQuaker
Quaker QuakerHermitage QuakerHermitage QuakerHernitage
Hermitage HermitagePointer HermitagePointer HernitagePouter
Pointer PointerMaryland v vMaryland tMaryland
Maryland Club ClubMontJceHo ClubMonticeHo ClubMonticello
MontJceHo MontJceHoOld MonticeHoOld
Old Saratoga SaratogaBushmiUs SaratogaBushmiUs SaratogaBushmiiS
BushmiiSGreenbrier BushmiUs BushmiUsGreenbrier BushmiUsGreenbrier
SCOTCH SCOTCHKing j jKing 1King
King William WilliamSanderson II IISanderson I ISanderson
Sanderson SandersonDewars j jDewars 4Dewars
DewarsUshers Dewars DewarsUshers
Ushers UshersBlack UshersBlack UshersBlack I
Black and White WhiteKmtore WhileK WhnEeIGntae
Kmtore KmtoreGINS K IGntaeSINS ntore ntoreGINS
BBart BBartPlymouth ElB El Bart BartPlymouth t tPlymouth
Plymouth PlymouthGordon PlymouthGordon PlymouthGordon
Gordon GordonBooths GordonBooths GordonBaoths
Booths BoothsGeneva BoothsGeneva BaothsGeneva
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The Diamond j jSam I i
Sam J Steinfaergcr SteinfaergcrNormal Stein b eager eagerSo
S So W Cor 8th and D Sts StsUNEUALFL t
Normal healthy blood contains millions of tiny red corpuscles which are arethe 2I9the arethe
the vitalizing and nourishing element of the circulation These corpuscles corpusclesare
are constantly forming in healthy systems by the extraction of nutriment nutrimentfrom nutrimentfrom nutrimentfrom
from food eaten and this nourishment is then supplied through the circula circulation circulation circulation ¬
tion to every portion of the system Any system which does not receive receivethe receivethe receivethe
the proper amount of blood nourishment is not prepared to withstand tho thocountless thocountless thecountless
countless disorders that assail it Bad blood can not nourish the body the thocirculation thecirculation thecirculation
circulation must be pure rich and strong if we would enjoy good health healthBad healthBad healthBad
Bad blood manifests itself in various ways With some it takes the form formof formof formof
of skin diseases and eruptions others become bilious and malarious withsallow withsallow with withsallow
sallow complexions torpid liver etc If the germs and impurities in the thablood theblood theblood
blood are of a a more virulent nature then bad blood becomes more mo serious seriousand seriousand seriousand
and produces Rheumatism Catarrh Sores and Ulcers and like troubles troublesNothing troublesNothmg troublesNothing
Nothing equals S S S for bad blood It t is Natures own blood purifier purifiermade pUI purifiermade er ermade
made from roots herbs and barks It go g gums tS s into the circulation and removes removesevery removeaevery removesevery
every impurity or poison strengthen and enriches the blood and in thisway this thisway thlsway
way supplies the body with the proper amount of nourishment to maintain maintaingood maintaingood maintaingood
good health S S S cures every ailment coming from bad blood and it does doesso doosso doesso
so simply because it purifies the circulation Book on the blood sent free tQ tQall tQall tqall

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