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10 THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY JPNL 27 1910 1910aseball 1010Baseball
Baseball GamesExcept DoubleHeadersin Washington ViII Begin at Four Clock
WILL START GAMES GAMESHEREAFTER GAMESHEREAFTER GAMESHEREAFTER
HEREAFTER AT 4 P M MThat MT Mhen
That T t Is s When W hen One Is to Be Played PlayedNo No Ladies Days Yet YetJeffries YetJeffries YetJeffries
Jeffries Sentiment Grows Owing to Mike Mikev MikeMurphy MikeMurphy
v iV Murphy MurphyBy
< lIIIIL lIIIILBy
By THOMAS S RICE
T Two gnmcx today todn beginning at ntIt atp 11 11At
It JD JDAt m mAt
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At last an answer has been reached reachedIn r sackedin
In the mammoth problem of setting ttin a astarting astarUftK astarting
starting time for singleheader ball ballgames bangames ballgamea
games in this city The mountain neverlabored never neverlabored IMverlabored
labored harder when It brought forth a amouse amov amouee
mouse mov e than the officials of the Waahington Wash Washington VhInlt08 ¬
ington club have labored in evolving evolvingthe eyolvlncthe evolvingthe
the decision to begin the games hereafterat here hereafter hereatterat
atterat after at least for the present prelMDtat at the thewitchinghour thewttchlnghour thewltchinghour
witchinghour or i 0 p m Note that in inyour inour inyour
your our book book4 1 p m by the town clock clockSome clockSome i iSome
Some folk can toll time by looking at atthe atthe atthe
the sun but the rest r t of you better look lookat lookat lookat
at the town clock There is one on the theSoutherri theoJltlteni theoptherd
Southerri Hallway building and and one on onthe onthe onthe
the Postoffice Po tofftce building They seldomage seldom seldomage eldomage
age so you can have the fun of gam gambling gambling gambling ¬
bling with yourself by taking takingour takingourchoice your yourchoice yourchoice
choice The difference between them themis themIs
is often onough to allow you to take takeanother takeanother takeanother
another high one if you choose the theslower theslower theslower
slower so you can go to the game the thebettor thebettor thebettor
bettor fortified to withstand the ab absence abence absence ¬
sence of a hit at the right moment momentNo momentNo
No 0 ladles day d y has been named as yet yetand yetaDd yetand
and and there is not likely to b lip one cer certainly certainly certainly ¬ I
tainly none tomorrow tomorrowThis tomorrowThis tomorrowThis
This Washington aahln > on team couldnt have a aworse aWtlM aworse
worse fate if Senator Borah made a aspeech apecch aspeech
speech in favor of it Six games in a arow aro arow
last week Count em emsix emsix emsix
dropped
drop
row ro weri Wfr
but butdidnt butdidn j jdidnt
that yesterday
six We v Knew k w
didnt t have the heart to draw attention attentionto j jto I
to the horrid fact Even after Sundays Sundaysrest Sundaysrest Sundaysrest
rest we hardly have the nerve to bring bringIt
It out in II veld < old print for we fear the end endIs endis I Iis
the cards cardswith cardawith cardswith
is not yet Two games are on
with New cw York today and the way ay the theNationals tbeNationals theNationals
Nationals are going soin it will be a lucky luckything luckything luckything
thing If we win one of them The ease easewith easewith easewith
with which Walter Johnson John on was w wal walloptd wa1IOpKl walloped
loped all over the lot on Saturday and andBill andmil andBiil
Bill Hinrichs chased up a tree was wasenorigh wuenolch wasenough
enough to throw Uro a scare into the most mostvaliant mostaltant mostvaliant
valiant fan There was some hope held hekiout heldout heldout
out by the two batting rallies against againstWarhop acatnstVarhop against1Varhop
Warhop but it was scarcely scarc ly more than thaneome thansome thansome
some ard not much for we are haunted hauntedby hauntedby hauntedby
by a suspicion that if i Warhop had been beenpressed beenpressed beenpressed
pressed to the limit that rally in th thninth the tbeninth theninth
have mater materialized mater1alized materialized ¬
ninth inning tantn > would never
ializedThank ialized ializedThank 1alizedThnknuloUtl
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Thank ThnknuloUtl gracious it is not so hot but if itis ifis It Itis
is rough on a fan trying tryic to keep keepc keepca cool coolWhm coolwht cootwhra
Whm wht J lie itq seas se the U e failure to hit at critl critlarmdmehtS critical c
cal ca armdmehtS armdmehtSDixie 1 m mdmeht3 mdmeht3Dixie meh mehDixie
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Dixie Walker is mentioned as pitcher pitcherof
of the ha first came lfte a today Tb The work ork of ofbecause ofthis ofthis
this youth wIn be unu unusually ually Interesting InterestiDCbecaWJe Interestingbecause
because of 0 his in and out performances performancesWhether performancesVhether
Whether L hether or not he is a good g pitcher ph phmerely or ormerely 01mereb
merely a lucky l Cky one who has ha been get getting getter t ttin ¬
tin ting by on limited ability is still a question ques question ¬ i
tion 1 OI At times he goes < < Ma like a house houseafire hOWie4Iftre housealire I
afire then again he Is lacking in pretty prettyjmich prettrnucn prettyt
jmich nucn t iI everything = ver erythin thing required nquir d by by major majoroan majorleAcde majorea
leAcde ea se standacdli ejtandards and you 0 wonder what whatan 1t 1tn
oan an n be the matter with him If he h is isright jtJright isright
right today he should be able to check checkthe checkth checkthe
th the mad careers s of the Yankees but the thetrouble thetroJble thetrouble
trouble is you never > > ver can tell when he is isgoln issolrJ Isgoing
goln going to o be right and if he blows up upwe upWE upwe
we hat ha e na great abundance of other otherpitching otherpttchlnt otherpitching
pitching strength on which to draw The Thebatting ThebatUng Thebatting
batting of the Nationals is Ii so weak that thatif thatif thatif
if a pitcher falls down for an inning and andallows andaItcwatJpe andatitows
aItcwatJpe allows the other fellows to make mak two twor twoftl twoor
ftl or r three rtts r eS the came IS is generally generallylost generallylCMSt generallylost
lost right there and Walker WaJ er isjust is Just the
laddie buck to let them accumulate accumulatethose aooumulateuu accumulatethese
those uu said run unless UNae he is liavin having one oneof oneot oneof
of his h unusually good ood days daysReislinx d4LnReiU daysReisling
Reislinx ReiU or 01 Groom G for or the second secondame MQondJlame ssoondsame
same is a amble t = When Wb theyre good zoodtheyre Joodtheyre goodtheyre
theyre very very good and when they thoyare theyare
are bad theyre mink minkPerhaps DUnkPerhaps hunkT hunkPerhaps
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Perhaps nothing in connection with
the doning of the JeffriesJohnson light
has doge so much to reassure the Jeff Jeffries Jeffrise Jot Jotrle8 ¬
rise element as the complete reversal of ofopinion otopinion ofopinion
opinion bY Mike Mlk Murphy urpby the celebrated celebratedtrainer celebratedtrainer
trainer of the University of Pennsylva Pennsylvania PODJlfoJlvauta ¬
nia athletes There Is I bard I > a man in
the country whose work in regard to 10phYsical tophysical
physical condition cuts as much rtjrure ftfrul
as that of Murphy 1 urohY It will be remem ¬ I
bered that about a month ago he came
out in a flatfooted analytical state
ment that no man who ho had been n out of
athletics as lone as the boiler maker
could xet et back into shape for a long
contest Now No since he has looked him
over Murphy says he never saw a man
in such strand shape as that same Jeff
lies Murphys
expressions
are con ¬
vincing especially in view of the insist in it ¬
ent nt reports that Johnson appears to
have stott 110Un n himself in a state of ner ¬
vous excit excitement n nt over O4 > r the tb light and is
worrying greatly Eut it yet Y et remains rtma In
to be Men whether the splendid out ¬
ward am appearance of the white man is
supported IIUDPQrt d by the stamina
necessary to tl tlJO
go a rouge rou There is 1 a who whose < e lot of dif difrounds dl
ferenctt between going oIn < < ten or fifteen
rounds with your sparring partners I Iteen
when you know You are not going oin to
be hurt and dont Jet your strength = 8
into e own blows and righting ftt
teen rounds with an opponent oPPOnent who is a 1
constant menace JtM > nee and necessitates Mes itates you youyou
ktePltu every muscle aDd nEnt keYed
UP to the hlJh hghest t Ditch every second
you are in the ring It is this gradual gradualthat
reduction or the r reserve rve nervous force
that tells the tale against retiredata retiredataman retired ath ¬
letel trvipg tmll to COIn come back Jearies fa
such an extraordinary
or unordinary
man that he may m have that surplus
energy > to carry him through twenty or I
ing in twentyfive rounds but there is I no tell tellOne ¬
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One t thing thin < < is certain certainas ni as 5 the day ap ¬
proaches the a oon confidence in Jeffries Jetrreaapia
is
growing growingWhat POwJ POwJWhat growingWhat
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What the militia mllit1 would really ly have haverrie
been n needed JJ JJFraaci for at the ride ringsidely It Jet
fries and Johnson had been fought in n nFrandaco San Saltthe I
oraudRO would have
been to
p protect ot oten
the box office Ion long enough for the pt
era to get their mone money before the San
Fraaci Franctco ° grafters did
a flit with the re r ¬
ceipts There will br b no militia at Reno Renoof R
but the contenders have a fair chance
of getting what is coming to them In
Itb tb t meantlne the reformer
who are areping ar
trying to persuade governor of Nevada
to break the law or hi his State b by atop
ping the fight must fetl fee proud of the thetne
part tbe they played laed in making Governor
Gillett ot California > the worlds world cham ¬
pion chameleon Having heeded the cry
of the San Francisco buttersin butten + in on the
P5 profits ° j5tiir hI Jhe the fl fight ht and ordered it out
of California under the plea of morality
he teems to have found what everybody e
else el e knew that he had made a pitiable piiablspectacle
spectacle of himself and other bouts boutu
are being betn < < held without interference interferenceA
C
A Norfolk Va contemporary makes
the shrewd suggestion that since t < e so somany somany
many special Sundays
have been set yetaside setfragettes
aside Ide fr ft + r sermons Oh o prize fighting suf
fragettes f rragetteaCongress Congress the Demon Rum
playgrounds Uncle Joe Cannon horse horseracn borserael horseracing
racn rael racing e etc > tc etc etc u would be bereal a
real bright idea to set aside one Sun ¬
day in every year on which blch to preach I Ithe
the Gospel The novelty would makti maktia make t
a great hit with ith those t who whohave haee a fond fomlners fOodI fondners
ners = for detvius into the customs of the thepast thepast
past
I
I Standings and Possibilities I
AMERICAN LEAGUEYester LEAGUE LEAGUEYesterdayTs LEAGUEYesterdays
Yesterdays Yester ays Results ResultsSL
SL Louis 4 Detroit 3 2Cleveland 3Clevftoo 3Cleveland
Cleveland S CMfeaso ChicaoTodays 5 5Todays eTodays
Todays Games GamesD GamesIbston
Ibston D s ± on 9ftat at Philadelphia PhiladelphiaNew PhiladelphiaN PhiladelphiaNew
New N tsW York at WashingtonStanding Washington WashingtonStanding lncton lnctonStanding
Standing of the Clubs
Today TodayClub TodayClub TodayClub
Club W V L Pet Win Lose LosePhiladelphia Lo LosePhiladelphia e ePhiladelphia
Philadelphia 31 19 l 535 fill 643 643New i43New 641
New York 33 30 42Z13O 62X ao 3D ill 811Detroit illDetroit 61 61Detroit
Detroit K 28 b F87 111Eoeton j MS MSBoston 517 517Boston
Boston 30 36 546 5M 5MChlcaso 534Chicago > > 4 53 53CbC1lXO
Chicago 24 30 441 U 465 46x 4K 4KCleveland 4XMpyela11 431Cleveland
Cleveland 2238 = 1 440 451 l 431 431Washington U1Vasbincton 411Washington
Washington 23 S v35 36 397 33 li + 407 38 38St s9U Y8uSt s9USt
St Louis is 37 r ae 315 aw awEO 16 16ED 6 6r 6ED
r
ED m LEAVESfOR LEAVESFOR LEAVES MilFOR
FOR TERRE HAUTE KMFamous HAUTEFaroous HAUTEFalrlous
Famous Horse Trainer Will WillComplete WillComplete X1illComplete
Complete Preparations for forGrand forGrand forGrand
Grand Circuit CircuitMEMPHIS CircuitMEMPHIS CircuitMEMPHIS
MEMPHIS Tenn June 27 27With i With a astable aatable astable
stable full of young and middleaged middleagedstars middleagedstars middleagedstars
stars of the harness world Ed Ge Gears GNnprobbly Gearsprobably rs rsprobably
probably the most noted trainer and anddriver anddriver anddriver
driver of the harness horse world left lefttl 1efttills lefttllis
tl tills lcity city this t ts week Vo7 k for T Terre rre Haute Hauteto HautecolpPlete
to complete training preparations pre raUoM far fearthe farthe f r rthe
the the coming season n on the grand rand cir circuit circuit cir circult ¬
cuit cuitAlthough cultAlthough + I IAlthourh
Although ooadned ooWned to bed er on oncrutches oncrutches I Icrutcbu
crutches daring vlia the better part of oftb ofthwtntar ofthe
tb thwtntar the winter and ad spring as a result r nlt of ofs ofa ofa
s a betokenlejr br okepl the veteran trainer left leftfRtti 1eftaJm1l leftforrhI
fRtti > annual campaign without aid aidof aidot aidof
of cane or crutch and with confidence confidenceof conft eDC eDCor
of cleaning c1eanln up with such su h as the un unbeaten unLeattIIA unlreatsi ¬
beaten The Th Harvester owned by AU AUjrnst Augll Auest
jrnst gll est Uhlein of Milwaukee Tempus TempusFuglt Tempu1t1s
yttfit 1t1s Fuglt and others othersA
A most promising candidate for the theMerchants theI theMeechants
Merchants I lChants and Dd Manufacturers Handi Handteap Handicap Handlcap ¬
cap In the Gears G string trin is I Beauty BeautyArchdale Beautyrchd16 Beautytrehdalb
Archdale Direct Hal jr and Tho ThoAbbe ThoAhbobave TheAbbe
Abbe Ahbobave have trained well here at the thefmous tb tbfi thet9imoua
fmous fi noua Billings twominute track trackfor trackwr trackfor
for the C ef C stake stakeThCv stakerh stakeThf
ThCv Thf rh wtll w be Users thirtiethodd thlrtitthoddcampFtgn thirtiethoddcampaign thtrUethe4c1camPfot
campaign camPfot n for stakes the Silent Man Manhaving ManhRvln Manhaving
having hRvln begun in the early 70s 70sEddie 4osEddie Oa OaEddie
Eddie Holland Holland has decided tb close closetheNonpareU clo closethe e ethe
theNonpareU the Nonpa NonpAreil Athletic Club of Phlla Philadglphia
dglphia 4 < jj > aUt 1a for the next f fe few w weeks till tilltie tintN tilltt
tie tt b weather we ther cools off a bit and the thet Utesrortlua
t sporting sr orting men of Port Richmond ra regUn raEUnthCvr rogJJ
gUn EUnthCvr gJJ their U1to r appetite for boxing box1n boxingr
r
NATIONAL LEAGUE LEAGUEYesterdays LEAGUEYesterfulys LEAGUEYesterdays
Yesterdays Results EesultsCincinnati ResultsCIMI ResultsClnobnatl
Cincinnati CIMI naU i Pfttsburc PittsburgChkavo S SChicago 3hlcaoro
Chicago hlcaoro 3 St Louis LouisTodays 2 2Todays 2Todays
Todays Games GamesSt GamesSf
St Louis at Pittsbunr PittsbunrCtacinitatl PUtsbunctRCinJMt1 PittsburgCincinnati
Cincinnati at Chicago ChicagoBrooklyn ChicaoBrooklyn ChicagoBrooklyn
Brooklyn at Boston BostonPhiladelphia Bostonl Bostonthiisdelphia
Philadelphia l ladelphl at Now York YorkStanding YorkSta1ding YorkStanding
Standing of the Clubs
Today
Chi W Y L Pet Win Oin Lose LofiChic LoseChic
Chic 37 JS 6 573 3 m 79 9ft 9 i l
New X rc t 23 21 811 his ilS8IW 8W
PltWhuiu 27 27 J r Oe t 509 491 l I
Cincinnati Cincinnati 2S S 3S toO SC9 481
Philadelphia JS 6 at 4T2 t7 431 414Q 443 4 4St
St Louis 27 32 3 465 8 467 460 pt ptBrooklyn I
Brooklyn 23 31 46 46 41S UBsto
Boston sto 20 38 345 35 356 339 Z9l 339Durando 339NEW
NEW l YORK SCULLEA SCULLEATO SCULLERCOMPETE
TO COMPETE HERE HEREDurando HEREurando
Durando urando Miller Will Enter EnterSingle EnterSingle EnterSingle
Single Event in Na National National National ¬
tional Regatta RegattaNEW
NEW YORK June 27 2 27The The report thatDurando that thatDurando thatDurando
Durando Miller the New York A C Csingle Cst Csingle
single st l4 sculler would compete in tho thoPeoples thoPeople thePeoples
Peoples Regatta in Philadelphia on July
4 is incorrect The New York A C Cfour Cfour Cfour
four and eight will be entered as well wellas wellu wellas
as Richard Mann in the senior singles singlesbut singlosbut singlesbut
but Miller has just begun be < < un work and will Ul
only train for the National Regatta
The sudden development of Mann has
been the subject of much favorable com comment comment coinmeat ¬
ment at Travers Island Although prac ¬
tically a green sculler having graduated
from the Intel mediate ranks only last lastyear lastyear lastyear
year he has been showing remarkable remarkableperformances remarkableperformances remarkableperformances
performances in practiee pracU and great greatthings greatthlnp greatthings
things aa ai 11 expected of him Time trials trialsare tl1ajsare trialsare
are a pretty good criterion of an ath ¬
letes worth and it is said that Mann
has covered the New York A C course
in as fast time as Miller ever did
The junior double that won on the
Harlem Decoration Day DayClark Clark and Mc
KennahQ Kenna has been disbanded dla aOOed but tv centi centipede centipede cent centpods ¬
pede may be formed later laterLOBERTS laterLOBERTS laterLOBERTS
LOBERTS WRIST BROKEN BROKENCINCINNATI BROKENCINCLNATI BROKENCINCINNATI
CINCINNATI Ohio June 27 27An 27Anxray 27Anxray An Anxray
xray examination and Photograph of ofthe ofthe f ftbe
the injured wrist of Third BasemanHans Baseman BasemanHans Bo1SemanHans
Hans Lobert of the Cincinnati Na National NaUoRal National ¬
tional League t team an > here developed developedtoday developedtoclay developedtoday
today that the large bone had been beenbroken beenMokeft beenbroken
broken and as a result re ult Lobert will willact will1Iot willnot
act he abl 1lb1e to play for at least two tworaoctus twos
monthS if at all during the season i
r A Mighty M glzty Good Ball Flinger Fl nger J i
i
VAUGHN NEW YORK AMERICANS AMERICANSHe
He Has Won Seven and d Lost Lo t Three ee Games
SACRIFICE HITTING HITTINGREijUIRES HilliNGJimmy
REijUIRES REQUIRESPRACTICE REQUIRESPRACTICESheckard PRACTICE PRACTICEJimmy
JimmyREQUIRESPRACTICE Jimmy Sheckard Says Ex Experts Experts Experts ¬
perts in This Specialty SpecialtyDeserve SpecialtyDeserve SpecialtyDeserve
Deserve More CreditSacrifice Credit CreditSacrifice CreditSaertAce
Sacrifice hitting is an art acquired acquiredperfectly acqukedpttrecUy acquiredperfectly
perfectly only after aft months and months monthsof
of practice to said w Jimmy T1 IIft7 Sheckard of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Chicago Chl l < < o Cubs recently to a Chicago Chicagocritic CItIccorttlc Chicagorltic
critic No player can walk out to the theplate theplate theplate
plate and lay down a bunt which will willadvance willadvanee willadvance
advance another runner run T unless he has hastried haatried hastried
tried his skill along Ion < < that particular line linehundreds Jinehundreds linehundreds
hundreds of times The big leagues leaguestoday leacuestoday leaguestoday
today number more successful sacrifice sacrificebitters aacrlftcebitters sacrificebitters
bitters thin in any previous season seasonThe seasonTbe seasonThe
The champion longdistance sacrifice sacrifcestory sacrtf sacrificestory e estory
story comes out of the Southern Asso Association Aasoelation Assoelation ¬
elation Here it is IsIt isIt j
It seems that there was a man on onfirst onfirst onfirst
first in a particularly close game and andthe andthe andthe
the batter going to the plate was in instructed Instructed instructed ¬
structed to lay down a bunt He put a aroller aroller aroller
roller toward third the first baseman basemanwas buemandrawn basemanwas
was drawn in and the second baseman basemanrushed lNutemanruehel basemanrushed
rushed over to cover first The third thirdsacker thirdacker thirdsacker
sacker picked eked up the ball and pegged to toway tofirst tofirst
first Everybody saw the bail on the theway theway
way wayIt wayIt wayIt
It hit the first ft t basemans glove and anddisappeared anddlM anddisappeared
disappeared dlM red When the hunt for the thebail theball theball
ball began the first 11It runner was bugging buggingsecond buggingsecond huggingsecond
second while the batter overran first firstand firstand firstand
and stumbled and fell in right field fieldHe fieldHe I IHe
He quickly arose retouched ret hed first and andsailed andsailed andsailed
sailed on down to second and persuaded persuadedthe
the other man to hustle along ahead of ofhim othim ofhim
him home with the winning runs runsThe runsThe runsThe
The fans and an players thought the ball ballwas banwas ballwas
was lost in the grass and finally it itwas itwas Itwas
was found in right field How it got gotthere gotthere gotthere
there was a mystery until the man who whohit whohit whohit
hit the bunt explained It appeared appear that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the ball bounded from the second base basemans basemans basemans ¬
mans glove up under the runners arm armas armas lnuas
as he sprinted past the bagThe bag bagThe bagThe
The runner closed his arm down tight tightkept tightkept tightkept
kept on running gave a stage fall out outin outin outin
in right field and at the same time let letthe letthe letthe
the ball roll away from him The right rightfielder rightfelder rightSelder
fielder wasnt wise wt e to the inside play playand playrnd playand
and no one woke up until the hitter hitterwalked hitteralked hitterwalked
walked alked out to the right field dug around aroundin
in the high grass and finally located locatedthe locatedtbe locatedthe
the balL balLJEANETTE ballJEANETTE ballJEANETTE
JEANETTE PICKS PICKSJEFFRIES PICKSJEFFRIES PICKSJEFFRIES
JEFFRIES TO WIN WINNEW WINNEW WINNEW
NEW YORK June 27 27Joe Joe Jeanette Jeanettethe Jeanettethe Jeanettethe
the big negro heavyweight who has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been fighting successfully in Paris de declared declared declared ¬
clared today that Jim Jeffries J would wouldwhip wouldwrip wouldwhip
whip Jack Johnson inside of ten rounds roundsAs rotndsAs
As Jeanette has fought Johnson six sixtimes sixUrnes sixtimes
times he has a fine line on the negro negrochampions negrochampions negrochampions
champions points Jeanette gained one onedecision onedecision onedecision
decision over Johnson on a foul fought foughthint toughthim foughthim
him once to a draw and the other fights fightswere fishtswere fightswere
were no decision affairs affairsJeanette afralrsJe affairsJeanette
Jeanette Je nette says Jeffries has the strength strengththe
the endurance perfect knowledge of ohe ohefighting the thefighting thefighting
fighting game and a head Why WhyJeffries WhyJJeffries WbyJeffrIes
Jeffries can lose 10 e half his strength have havehis 118his havehis
his endurance cut half In two carry ca aton a aton aton
ton of extri weight and still whip John Johnson Johnson JohnsonHe ¬
son sonHe He has the head and the heart to todo todo todo
do it Jeanette said today todayI
I think Johnson will make Jeffrieslook Jeffries Jeffrieslook Jeffrieslook
look awkward for a couple of rounds roundsfor roundstor roundsfor
for he Is a wonderfully skillful skllltulboxer skllltulboxerThen boxer boxerThen boxerThen
Then Jeffries will wade wae right in and andbeat andbelt andbeat
beat him to a frazzle Johnson can not notstand notstand notstand
stand the gaff A couple of blows to tothe tothe tothe
the stomach and he begins b < < 1ns to wilt Jef Jeffries Jeffries Jeffries ¬
fries will land those two blows and then thenwhip thenwhip thenwhip
whip Johnson as he pleases pleasesYoung pi pleasesYoung es esYoung
Young George Dixon who recently recentlystopped recentbstopped recentlystopped
stopped Stanley Stanle Rodgers In three threerounds threerounds threerounds
rounds Is anxious to hook up with withany withany withany
any of the featherweights He Is Iskeeping iskeeping I Ikeeping
keeping himself in good condition conditionand conditionand conditionand
and looks like a coming champion championIn
In his class
NEWARK
250 Shoes ShoesSAVE ShoesSAVE
SAVE YOU YOUA
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CRIST STILL LEADS LEADSTRISTATE LEADSTRISTATE LEADSTRISTATE
TRISTATE HITTERS HITTERSThere
There has been no change iti i the po positions posltI poaitions ¬
sitions sltI M of th tM four leading TriStat TriStatLeague TriStatI4eaWt TriStateLeague
League witters since > > last week weec Crist Cristof CrlatOf Cristof
of Altoona stilt uti leading though his hisaverage ft ftaVerae hisaverage
average has dropped dro pecl from > r to 404Ingertq 404 404Inicertqn t4HID
ID Inicertqn < < ertqn i of Akoona is still second secondwtth MCODdwith secondwith
with O a 8 > Canaeli of WUliamsport WUliamsportthird
third with Jtto and Hennessy of Tren Trenton
ton to fourth with JK JKNineteen ZS ZSNineteen S4I S4IllneteeJI
Nineteen players are batting battla above aboveth a ath abovethe
th the M 3ill mark ma t Of these tbet t five are Trenton Tren Trenton Trenton ¬
ton players vers four are Altoona two are aretr arefrem i ifr
fr frem n each Williamsport Lancaster LancasterHarrisburg LanC8llterHarrlllburg LancasterHarrisburg
Harrisburg and Johnstown and one onefrom on ontrnm onefrom
from each York and Reading Rea4tusJohnnie ReadingJohnnie
Johnnie Coveleskie af Lancaster con continues CODtinuea continues
tinues to be the premier base stealer of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the TriState with twenty tWeJlt pilfers pilfersHarry pllerHarry pilfersHarry
Harry Mansneld is still In Phila Phrtlade Philadelphia Pldladelphta ¬
delphia de lphla wondering why none of themiddleweights the theready themiddleweights
middleweights will box him i H e Is Isready isready
ready to make a match with any anyman anyman anyman
man In his class
FAILING FAILINGTO FAILINGTO
TO ORGANIZE CREW CREWR CREWRowing
Rowing R owing Men Aroused By In Indifference Indifference Indifference ¬
difference Here Toward TowardNational TowardNational TowardNational
National Regatta RegattaWashingtons RegattaWa RegattaWashingtons
Washingtons Wa older rowing enthusiasts onthuetastsare
are r8 indignant at the utter indifference indifference9f
9f r the younger generation t1o of oarsman oarsmantoward GenMIWntoward oarsmentoward
toward the national regatta which will willbe willbe wlUbe
be bead 4 here Us August A AntJtte t iDespite tDesfitte
Despite the fact that it has always alwaysbeen alwaysbeen
been tto rote at this blue ribbon aquatic aquaticevent aquatice8Bt aquaticevent
event for or the home crews ere to enter most mostof mostof
of the races rae there has as yet nothing nothinghappened nothinc1Iapp nothinghappened
happened 1Iapp e4 on the upper Potomac to Jus Justify JUSt1ty JunIffy ¬
Iffy the belief that Washington is to tobe WM tobe
be properly represented in the National NationalTh NationalThe NationalThe
Th The Potomac Boat Club possesses ma material JDat matorial ¬
terial t ria for the best sort > > Ort of an eight eightFrom eightFromt
From Pr M the crew that forced the Argona Argo Argonnust ArgoM
nnust M MK to smash a worlds record there are arefive arelive i
five mea available this summer and andwhile andwhile I
while it was u thought some time ago aeotfcat agothat CO I Iut
that this nucleu would b be used to buildnenir build builds
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s aeoior eight arornd ar amt < tn nd there has been beenpractically beenpractintty I IpnieUcaIIy
practically no organized effort to get gettl setthe et I It
tl t the e men whipped hl into an aggregation aggregationSince aggregationSince
Since 51 the American Henley things thingshave thingshave I
have been allowed o drift along alOD in inmanner inga ingamanner a aner
aroused
manner ner that hag K aroused those tho e who whohave wholiars I
have followed the port here for years yearsand yearsaB41 yearsand
and the situation has finally reached reachedthe reacbedthe reachedthe
the angle where here something must be bedone Dedone bedone
done without delay delayHarvard delayHarvard delayHarvard
+
Harvard is I picked to make a clean cleansweep cleanweep cleansweep
sweep of the regatta with Yal Yale next JHlxtThur nextThursday j
Thursday Thur 4ay but that does not neees neeessarily Deeesarily necessarily
sarily mean that the BIu Blue will be beforced INforced beforced
forced to trail the Crimson in all allthree allthree
three events eventsThe eventsThe
T +
The decision of Pat Dempsey to toleave to13ve toleave
leave Washington to conduct a sum summer summer
mer hotel at t Ocean < City has proven provena
a distinct drawback to the Pototnacs Pototnacsand Potomacaand Potomecsand
and may be largely 1a eI7 responsible for forthe forthe forthe
the apathetic attitude of the dub dubmen cluDmen clubmen
men menThs menTha
Ths Th board of governors overDor has IUI Mea beeacorresponding MeacorrolSPGadift3 beencorresponding
corresponding with several able ablecoaches aDIecoache ablecoaches
coaches and a deal may be dosed dosedwithin elosMwithin closedwithin
within the next ext few days YII for a vet veteran veteran veteran ¬
eran trainer But what Is seeded seededmostly JHled JHledmOlJt1y neededmostly
mostly Is more interest Ift erMt among JIIO thecandidates the thecandidates t e eeaftdidata
candidates candidatesGet eaftdidataGet candidatesGet
Get l uy uyThe usyThe y
+ I IThe
The Pennsylvania crew which forced forcedCornell forcedCornell
Cornell to the last stroke on Saturday Satur Saturday Saturday ¬
day Is generally conceded to be the thethe tJaebe thebest I
be best t eight that II has co come away from frOtathe fromthe
the Sehnjrlkill Se uyIk ill since John Gardner set setpace setpace
pace for the Quakers QuakersJudging Quaker QuakersJudging I
+
Judging r by the reports rtpOlU from frolltpilla Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia and ad New X York both of these cities citieswill dt1swf11 drieswill
will be heavily represented r In the Na KaUonaL National Na National ¬
tionalPractically tional tionalPractically UonaLPractiea1ly
Practically every oarsman OII at three threetwo t ttwo thesetwo
two place pla is l in training and ad upon thshowing th thshowing th1ft
showing < < in the regatta on July JaJ 4 wilt wUldepend wilt4epead willdepend
depend the declon deci on as to Just r rt rtrews t trewal tcrews
crews win come to 4be Potomac H 11In o oIn
In view of this situation it seoms a ashame ashame ashame
shame that the oarsmen of this dt etty do donot d dDot
DOt get et together and do everything everythingwttWnt evelTthiDlrwltWa everything everythingwithin
within their power 100 to te > develop thor thoroughly thorouchtr thoroughly ¬
oughly representative rep ntatle crews cr for the big bigevent bigevent
e event t when they the et hosts hostsYALE hostsYALE
YALE TO PLAY HARVARD HARVARDNEW
NEW YORK I June 27 27Harvard Harvard and andYsle andYale
Yale riYals r 1 in 11 all 11 branches cf sport sportwill sportwill t
will tomorrow settle the quetioa que UOI1 of ofdiamord ofdiamor
diamord d supre n nicy cy Y when thy play playthe playthe playthe
the third and l ciding < game eo their theirseries their1Eies theiraeries
series at American Lei League Tatk Wa1 k
GEORGETOWN PLAYS PLAYSPITTS PLAYSPIIISBURGELEVEN
PITTS PIIISBURGELEVEN PIIISBURGELEVENFootball BURG ELEVEN ELEVENFootbaIi
Football Teams Will Meet At AtForbes AtForbes AtForbes
Forbes Field on onOctober onOctober onOctober
October 22 22PITTSBORG 22PITTSBURG 22PITTSBURG
PITTSBURG June 27Georgetownwill 27Georgetown
wilt meet the University of f PKtsburg te tefootball iafootball infootball
football in this city next fall fallThe tallThe fallThe
The announcement anDOu t was made todayby today todayby y yGcaduate
by Graduate Manager Laurence B BHurst BeHurst BHurst
Hurst of the beat university negotiations negotia negotiaclosed
tJo tions for the game jut having bee beeclo been beenclosed
closed clo ed The contest will be played Yed at atI atForbes atForbes
I Forbes Field October 22 This Thisthe will be bethe beUte
the first ftr t time that Georgetown ha haplayed hu huplliyed happlayed
played la Pittsburg for a number of ofI Qfyears ofyears
I years the last game being with Wash Washington W8hIngton Wasj ¬
ington gtou and Jefferson Je terHR at Friendship lrieDdlJ tp
Park ParkThe ParkThe
The other dates on the football ached schedule Idtedule achedtile ¬
ule e which have been closed by Graduate GraduateManager GraduateXanager GraduateManager
Manager Hurst are ar as follows Octo October October October ¬
ber 1 1 Ohio Northern University Octo Octoburg October October
ber So WeetmlDBter W October 11 Wa7nes Wa7nesburg Wajn Wajnburg
burg November 5 West Virginia No1 No1vember Xo Xovember November
vember 22 1 Washington and Jefferson JeffersonNovember Jef JeffersonNovember er on
November IS 1 Carnegie Tech November ioyemberThnkaJivlnJ
24 Thanksgiving Day Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaState
State October 2 is the onlY date left left leftopen Jeltopen
open and the university management managementendeavaing l is isi 1 1eadeavmng
i endeav eadeavmng King to fill it out with an outof outoftown outo outotoon outoftown
town game Graduate Manager Hurst Hurststated HUnltstated Hurststated
stated that the date was originally left leftopen leftopeft leftopen
open for one of the large Eastern I 1schools Ischools Ischools
schools but at the t e last moment negotia negotiations nelOtIatlon negotiations ¬
tions were called oft of thereby leaving leavingthe leAV leavingthe ing ingthe
the opening opennl Correspondence is now now1ng go going gotug ¬
tug on with a number number of institutions institutionsand iD institutionsand tttuUons tttuUonsaDd
and it 1 It likely IIkel that the date will be bedosed bedoMd bedosed
dosed within the next ext few ew weeks weeksSWIMMING weeksSWIMMING weeksSWIMMING
SWIMMING RACES RACESHERE RAC RACESHERE S
HERE ON JULY 4 4Attractive 4Attractive 4Attractive I
Attractive Feature Is Added to Safe S Safeand fe il j jand
and Sane Celebration Cel bratioo at atPotomac
I IPotomac i ii iPotomac
Potomac Park ParkSwimming ParkSwtmndna
I
Swimming and zMI divine events ev at the theDistrict theDlatr1et theDtstrlet
District Bathing Bead te Potomac PotomacPark PotomaPark Potomaci
Park will wD be a prominent feature in inconjunction InCOI inconjunction i
conjunction COI UftCtIOft with tUt the safe and ad sane ae ceJe ceJeoration C celebration i
oration In this ctty on July 4 4An iAn i
An attractive list of e events + eeats ats has ha au been beentor beenarranaed I
lTaJUteci which includes noose for seD aenior
tor and lid junior Handsome p a TIDe gold old w silver silvera her t iard tarcI
a arcI d bro bronze br nse Zo medals will be awaroed a ithose j jthose I IDIsh
those nnishinx DIsh first second and third thirdThe thirdThe thirdThe
The complete com list of events follows followsSchool
School Sch ol boy events eftltJtFoorteea Fourteen years YeArsDc old oldland oldand
land Dc under underlityanl
1 lityanl under11syard 6 yard rim any allYNnI stroke stroke3Wyard str kel
3Wyard 21 NnI swim any IQ IQJDtYbc stroke stnkelDMc stroke3Diving
JDtYbc DMc front dive bade dive and andfront andfront ad adtrant
front jackknife ja jackknife4Tub kknUe kknUe4Tub
4 4Tub Tub race raceSenior rae raeJaIor raceSenior
Senior JaIor events eventOml eventOmlJtOyard eventsOnen1100yard Oaext
1 MWyard swim any an stroke
2 221 299yard 2 > JanI swim any aDYyalll stroke shekel3Itsyard
3 3Itsyard iO yart swim any Jay JayIDIvine stroke stroke4Irtnx stroke4hiving
4Irtnx front dive back dive and andfront andfront ad adtlOftt
front ladsknifeSiPluoe Jaefckntfe jackbfe5PlUtI1e
5PlUtI1e 5 Pluwtre for dlstaaoeROLLER distanesROLLER distance distanceROLLER
ROLLER AND HACK HACKWINNIPEG HACKWINNIPEG I
WINNIPEG WI Man June 27In an in1 in1terview In Interview In Interview
terview Dr B F Better of Seattle Seattlesaid Seattlesaid
said icI that Hugh McIntosh of 0 Australia Australiahad i ited
ted 4 guaranteed him 37JM 34 to wrestle wrestlewith wrestlewith
with Hackenschmidt of Iowa 10 for the thechampionship theettamp10nshlp thechampionship
championship of the world as Frank FrankG Fra1ktch I
G tch has signified his Intention of o re retiring retiring retiring ¬
tiring The Th match will take place in inDrcember i ilk isDr
lk Drcember ember in Australia
HARV A ARDANliiLE ARDANliiLEROW D AND YALE YALEROW
ROW ON THURSDAY THURSDAYt
t
Blues Ili Lifeht ht Graceful Crew CrewMatcbeojAgainst CrewMathe rew rewAgainst
MatcbeojAgainst Mathe Against Crimsons CrimsonsNSW
Be f and Brawn Brawnerry BrawnNEW
NSW Lo LONDON DON Cone June 2 27On 27OnThursday Ou OuThursday
Thursday nefrt ne at Yale and Hai Haimrct harried will willmeet
meet on thtj Thames river i itheir osrre in
their annual t regattaThe regatta recattaThe
The varait vanrftJr ne race scheduled to be berowed berowed
rowed fo < Bps nits on the full Use Just Justbetwen
before it des for a run to the ebb
betwen 5 Hil 1 7 7490 0 p m is looked upon
by the j id as the awe of ofaquatic
aquatic ipr iprAt
At G es erry the Yale squad S4ID8dcomoleed set setera
era days s t > completed its bard work
and since tb n has been kept in perfect perfecthandJIn
tune by car ful handling Its hard hardDe hardwork
work was eas d < ne ou New Havea avea harbor harbormonths
durUuc the ft rim months and when the thethe theoe
men cane tc the river on June 2 there theretbe
remained on r the finishing touches teuc es the
tone rows to develop stamina aDd famil famJICOII1Se ¬
laxity with t to coarse co irse and the final se Bemero
Jectioc of the t men for Ute several seVeft boats
Not eo yftpi It Harvard 1 rvarcL which did not notife notDD
reach R y4 DD nUl June 1 L There Theret Theywas
was m t ife done
one and
t even now sowselection nowS
there a ro S Ulfder wider the watch for the theto theone
full four ml s to be done d one aDd glue final 1bIaJIe
selection e Ie crews crew
Freoueot
fie t shake e em
up m th tin2r m n of
oarsmen has kept kej keptot
the rrak Uc ot the Harvard
crew crewsoraewhadB crewa Y
somewha soraewhadB a problem DrobJEJnthe
On at a Hthe the
eyes of college coIl e men are
Si fixed on ° S tWO masters of rowing rawingh rowin
Coach Kee dr who ho has
S S M L J1 grown gray grzyfoerdce y yVray
haired h in t
service of r Yale and Dd Coach
Vray iritJB wit five fi e years rs of TMMTVKT TMMTVKTthe remarkable remarkablei
tine e s at tnard ual Again
there Is
8 seen Il
the nuc nuctifr nachi Ike graceful
moving crews
o Yaie i lighter men who handle handlefct
tifr oa oatlie a perfect efct unison unf on and cleave
tae watt wattly th t l1 the he e blades With scarce xarceTn
ly a ripp rippOpposi rpjOpposi
Opposi OpposiIrg 2 tern Tn are the beefy splash h hard
Irg ere erethat rTSfyard ard with blade work
that d di 9 infthe i itY the water but which wh h
for two SWi s have b3 e led the way for the
Blue and w itch since lees have given
spectators n ore excitement for their
money than te any previous r races for
a decade decadeThis decadeThis
This year Coach Kennedy with the
material he had tried to as to
Coach Wray s idea of a crew oy puttin putting
heavier iaem in the boat although keep ¬
tag them in the waist and holding TO
the stroke oarsman It is s Kennedy s
idea that he develops his stroke with a
man who c in keep time bv nervous
energy Cpfjeto eh Wray wit with his crews crewsUien
baa depends 1 got a little upon the
strengtly of lien and the application
of this strei gtfi Into the stroke Since
1906 three of his varsity crews have iave won wonand wonand
and twrfJuwjj tw ha bet beju beaten by three second sec second ¬
ond margimj margimjlieving mhrg mhrgQLiI
QLiI vS 5 MANAGER MANAGERCEE MANAGERMILWJ
MILWJ CEE E Wis 15 June 27 Believing Be Bethe Betht ¬
lieving t the members of the team teaming teamng teamwee
wee no ing ng him their beat efforts effortsward eCrortBard effortsMarlger
Marlger ward ard of the Louisrille Louisrillessociatioa LoaaTillessociation LoudsviIleAmy
Amy 31 ssociatioa baseball ba ebIl club dubs
Ls wire hs s resignation to Owner OwnerHe O1nter1e Ownerf
f ray i r a 1e d days s 111 office Hegars He Hetiher H Hher t
gars he tiher her have authority to toor toQr toSF1
SF1 t or he cannot act any
rfEiseman isean Bros Great factory Oversto OverstokStarted k Sal lfl
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