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F 12 THE WASHINGTON TIMES THURSDAY JUNE tJLJ 30 1910 1910Cunningham 191OCunningham H
Cunningham of New Bedford Signed to Play lay Second Base for Washington Next Ye Year Yearr r r
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Cunningham of New Bedford New England League LeagueClubVillReport LeagueClub LeagueClub
ClubVillReport Club Vill il1 Report In September SeptemberNev New York Wins WinsDespite WinsDespite fins finsDespite
Despite Foolish Running RunningBy
No same today todayManager tOtIR tOtIRManqer odaManajr
Manager McAtoer cAer announced this thismorning u umomln tht thtmornuj
morning < < that the Washington w n club had hadbought AacIlOght idbought
bought Cunningham second baseman basemanon
on In the New Bedford team in the New NewEngland NewBngland Newingland
England League for delivery d tvery at the end endof encIIf endf
of If f the New England season in Septem September September Septemher ¬
Cunningham has been a subject of oflively of1iely oflively
lively interest intere t and bidding bkl tn among anon < < major majorleague maJOrleague majoreague
league eague scouts all this thI season He played
115 11 games pm for New Bedford last season seasonmade emaoumade on onmade
made 111 hits frr a total o of M7 bases and anda
a batting average of JK He had 11 Ifdoubles 11doubl 11doubIe
doubles doubl 8 triple 7 home runs ru M sacri sacrifice aertflee aeon aeonflee ¬
flee hits and stole 38 bases in ISM He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was fourth among the second basemen basemenwho ba8emenwho basemenwho
who payed KM games having bavtu < < an average aver average average ¬
age of MS MSwe MSWe 45 45We
We we ask in all seriousness are the thetrue thetrue thetrue
true reformers going to stand for Sec Secretary Stcretary c cretarY ¬
retary Nagel deliberately anJ bloodily bloodilyencouraging Woodlyencoupng b1oodIyencouraging
encouraging polygamy among mon < < the e seals sealsof sealst als alsIf
of If t the PribtloC > f Islands And also vc vcmember Joemember e emember
member it l is quite customary for t r one onerooster 011 011rooster onerooster
rooster t tt to to I ve seven or eight ht wive wivewithout 1dy 1dywithout wlvmwlthout
without i 1 word of orotest from the dis district district 41strict ¬
trict attorney Think of what horrible horribleexample borr1blexample horribleexample
example that is s to set before the th young youngcanary y ycAnary youngcanary
canary birds of this country countryIt
It may be asserted u erted that aforegoing < < re remarks remarks reniarks ¬
marks have nothing whatever to do dowith dowIth dowith
with the subject of baseball We Weleacl WeleaclguUty plead pleadguilty pleadguilty
guilty but plead in extenuation that we wewould wewould e ewould
would like to forget tbe Washington Washingtonball Vaah1nltonball
ball team for awhile and think of most moatanything mostanything mostanything
anything else e Losing Lo tng that ame to toNew toNew toNew
New York Yo t yerterday y terdy making makn it four fourout fourout fourout
out of five dropped for tbe series nea and andnine andnine andnine
nine out of the last ten played that thathave tba tbahae thathave
have gone into the discard produces afeeling a afeeling afeeling
feeling of great weariness wn mingled with withvexation 1dthexatlon withexatlon
exatlon that is hard on the nerves nerv in inthis Inthis inthis
this hot weather weatherProbably weatherProbay weatherC weatherProbahIi
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Probably It is Just as well eIl there is no nogame 1MJame o oiaine
game today It could not be looked for forward focward forward ¬
ward to with any aD Test deal of con confidence COfttidence COflidence ¬
fidence fidenceIf idenceIf
If it were not that it was such a hot hotday botar hotday
day ar we would like to have been around aroundto
to hear what Manager Stalling said to tohis tohis
his young men after the game yesterday yesterdayabout ye yenterdayabout terday terdayabOut
about their baserunning He must have havesurcharged Mveurchar hatenurcharged
surcharged urchar < < l the air with torrid expres expression expression expreazion ¬
sion for seventeen blocks Whatever he hesaid 1Mfald hetaId
said it was all right and was coming to tothe tothe tothe
the hearers Three men caught oft of bases basesand baItesand basesand
and two thrown out at third trying to tostretch to6tretch toatretch
is some something semething omething ¬
stretch a double into a triple
thing of a record for a team with chain championship cbamionship chainpionship ¬
pionship aspirations Gray Grayand and Unglaub Unglaubnipped Unglaubnipped IJeglaubnipped
nipped Knight at first in the second second5nning IIeCOndnn1ng secondnnthg
5nning In the fourth 111J1in inning < < the same sameindustrious ame1ndu sameindustrious
industrious 1ndu industrious trtou and observant pair snagged snaggedLaporte anaggedLaporte snaggedLapotte
the thefifth thefifth thelffth
Laporte in the same manner In
fifth inning after tter Knight had eingled eingledand etngiedand tn < < led ledand
and gone to second on Austins stogie stogieGray aID singleCray < < Ie IeGray
Gray and McBr oIcBrlde de annihilated himwhile him himwhile himwblle
while he slumbered off second Foolish Foolishwith Foolish11th FOolishwith
the only explanation a aNew aew aew
with the heat is
New ew York fan would offer but as the thetrick thetricks thetrlckn
trick were turned by the home nine ninewe ntnewe ninewe
we are here to remark that Dolly Grayahoweii Gray Grayshowed Grayshowed
showed a great eat noodle and most com commendable commtncable cornmendable ¬
mendable accuracy in thus cutting cuttiD < < down downthree downthree downthree
three of o the enemy JR their prime primeLaporte primeLaporte lllme lllmeLaporte
Laporte doubled in the nrst inning inningeendlns InnlDtttifndlnl Inningnendln
eendlns home Wolter who had walked walkedbut wlkedbut Ofc Ofcbut
but Milan and McBride relayed tbe ball ballto ballto ballto
that Laporte was wasut waszuppre wasiuppreesed
to third so speedily
zuppre iuppreesed ed as he suet > ut tn Into A t the + t bur ba bag < < In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the eighth inning Warhop was safe on onElberfelds onElberfe1ds onElberfelds
Elberfelds error and HemphUl H mphBl and andWolter andWolter andWolter
outs Chase doubled doubledto oubledto
Wolter were easy
to to left scoring Warhop with New NewYorks NewYork NewYorks
Yorks second and last run butJLeU butJLeUvelfs but Loll LeliVflts LollveIts
velfs relay through McBride to Ether EtherLeld Blberf Elbercld
f Leld eld caught Chase at tthfrd third rd
ThatWu Aeld fielding as is fle1 Ileidlug lng and andwhat
and lid throw throwto throwto throwto
what hat a peach of o a pickup
to second Unglaub wad on Mitchell Mitchellin
in the eighth Inning InningThe inningThe inningC inningThe
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The fatal tendency of the Washing Washington ¬
ton pitchers to gave a base on balls ballsor
or Ir r so In the first or second inning justto Just Justto Justto
Gray Grayto Grayto Grayto
get the game started caused
to lose yesterday Wolter second secondrnftn secondman secondnan
man up in the very first T5t inning drew drewa
a passf pa paM and scored on Laporte s dou double doubl ¬
ble bl Washington profited by the same samething samething me mething
thing when wb n Schaefer walked in theecond the thesecond the8EQnd
second inning and scored llco d on Un Unthe Ungaubs
gaubs Jaub8 re reeottndlng oundlng triple to leU eft But Butthe Butthe
is issuch laIwch isnuch
the trouble is that Washington
such A weaK hitting team now that thatone thatone I Ione
one or two runs started for the theremy theremy
< remy on passes generally tell thetale the thetale thetlle I
tale for the said enemy is likely Ukel to tofollow tol1ow tofollow
follow l1ow by making other runs based basedon ba
on hits and ordinary errors while whileWashingtons whileWaShlngtona whileVahIngtons
Washingtons chances of pounding poundingJut
Jut < ut tallies by main strength are arerather areTather areTather I
Tather emote Hence the necessity necessityWashington necessityfor t tfor
for greater steadiness on the part or ofU
ttA U Washington pitchers than on the thefart theIart thehart I
fart of those of the opposition oppositionUngiaubs oppositionUglaubs
Ungiaubs triple trl had the oldtime oldtimering oldtimericg oldUmerirg
ring to it and we may expect eXpe eXpectto h hn hnto m mto
to improve in swatting from now on onWhile onWhUe onC onwhile
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While Washington Wasbi Oft had several oppor opportunities opportunities opporturiitles ¬
tunities to win the game yesterday ye trday it itreally ItrEally Itreally
really did not deserve to win Craypitched Cray Graypitched Craypitched
pitched well and considering the seven sevenSingles sevenllingle sevenngles
Singles ngles and two doubles made off him himK himtt himx
K is astonishing that New York got gotbut gotut gothut
but ut two runs one of which was rtarted rtartedby rtArtedby etartedby
by an error and the other by a a passnd passth4 pass passand
and nd only the two doubles helped the thef thering theoring
f v oring the seven singles being Ing wasted wastedlut wuteciIut wastedIut
Iut Washington was helpless hetple al before beforeWarhop beforeWarhop
Warhop arhop Five hits were made off 0 < < him himl hlnl himLt I
l l Lt > ut t Unglaubs triple was the role swat swatthat swatthat w t tthat
that helped a man over the plate Un Unimb Unflaub Unmade
flaub imb made his triple with none out outStreet outStrcrl outLreet
Street Lreet walked Gray fouled to the thecatcher thec thectcr
catcher c Atc r Milan ftled weakly to center centerami centerI centerni
ami I n ni Lelivelt who later made a double doubledied doubledied doubledied
died painlessly on an Infield roller Le Lelivelt Le1lt Lelivelt ¬
livelt opened the eighth inning with a avobagger awo awobagger >
vobagger wo r and the next three put up uprosy vruy upLEy
rosy uy flies Al Klllifer was safe in the theMxth thexth
Mxth xth inning on an error McBride sac sacxitlced sacliUced saciilleed I
xitlced and bel Schaefer popped and Un Unjrlaub Undaub Unglaub
daub fanned Milan M m first up walked walkedin
in the fifth Inning Lelivelt filed to toKnight toKnight toKnight
Knight and Elberfetd hit into an easy easyAfter easyIuWe y ynuble
nuble play > After Milan died in the thefold thefi the1iMt
fi 1iMt t inning LeUvelt walked and Ether Elberfeld Etherfeld
feld singled aIn < < Ied KUIlfer KUIU filed all the way wayto waytn
to the fJi third baseman and Pinch Mc Mcliride Mc1Jride Mcundo
undo sent the center fielder der a fty ftyXot ftyXot ftyC ftyXot
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Xot much nourishment In tbt8OIt that sort of ofsticking ofstik ofstieklng
sticking stickingIt stik stikI
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It I t is a big relief to know that Wash Washington Wubjllgt Washmgta ¬
jllgt ington has t at last gotten a catcher tottbstitute to tosubstitute toub
substitute ub Utute for Charley Street Henry HenryBcekendorf I Hnry1ieeIendorf rY rYlh
Bcekendorf lh > keDdorf has been bought from De Detroit Det Detroit ¬
troit t and is on his way wa EaR sat now He HeJa Hejl5 lieJ
Ja J not a star by any means but he has hasconsiderable hasonsl4erable hasousIdorabe
considerable ability and should have no notrouble DOt not
trouble t holding boIdiD the Washington pitch pitchers pitchrs ¬
ers rs B There Th is no present intention of ofi ofUsh ofusALg
usALg Ush him but be Will be aumqv to have havearound havetround
around i round In case of emergency ency Street Streetby Streetby reet reetb
by b the way never De r caufht beticr in 21 his hislife histhar3he
life than thar3he he has ha hasbeendoing been n doing dol in the past pastfw pastt pastkere
fw t w days daysHere d8s1iere
Here are y IdJYs Pda figures l1 ur s i tlling Iltng t th thc o
same old story to mnek the MUM old oldway oldy oldWaahbactOIL oldWay
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wayWashington Washington AB BIi PL H PO o A A ALellvellt S SMilan EJOIan
Milan cf X a 1
Lellvellt Lelivelt If I 1 1 1 0
Klberfeld ElIMalfeid 3b 4 I I 1 J s 1
Kttltter K llfer rf 4 t 0 2 21IcBrlc1e t 0
McBride McBnidesm ss 1 r rSchaefer I 0 2 4 4Schaefer S SSchaefer2b
Schaefer Schaefer2b 2b S SUnglaub 1 1 1 Ii IiUJllrlaub S SUnglaub
Unglaub lb 4 4Street 0 1 U 1 1Street S SStreetc
Street Streetc c l lGray 0 1 4 S 1 1Gray 1Grayp
Gray Grayp p S SConroy 1 1Conroy S SConroy
Conroy 1 1Totals t tTotals 0 0 0 5 5Totals
Totals > 1 4 4271Z 4271Zfr 27 IS 2 2Batted
Batted for Gray m ninth ninthNew ninthNew h hNew
New York AB BIt Jt H PO A E KHemphm EHempb ETtemphillcC
Hemphm TtemphillcC l cf 4 4Wolter i iWolter 0 5 2 5 5 5Wolterrf
Wolter Wolterrf rf S SChase 1 1 5 t tChaM 0 0Chsselb4
Chase Chsselb4 Ib 4 4Laporte S J T 1 1IAporte 0 0LaporteIf
LaporteIf Laporte If IfGardner J 1 I IOarcl 5 I IOrdner
Gardner Oarcl Jto JtoKnight b J 5 I I 4 4Knight 0 0Xnightae
Knight Xnightae ss ssAustin 4 1 5 J 3 J 1 1Auattn 1usdnSb
Austin usdnSb Sb SbMitchell I S 1 I 0 01IItchell 5 5tltchellc
Mitchell tltchellc c cWarhop I 01 1 4 1 1WarbOp 0 0Warhopp
Warhop Warhopp p pTotals J 1 S 2 1 1Totals S STotals
Totals s f IWashington 27 10 1 1Washington 1Waabtacton
Washington tl 1 S SO 0fOfr1 0fOfr1New 8 500 0 t tNew 0I 0INework
New Nework York 10 I 10G00100G 10G00100GFirst 0 000100 0 0 D 1 0 0 02 02First O OFirst
First base on errors erTOIIINew New York t tWashington IwuhlB 2Washington
Washington wuhlB < < ton1 1 Left on bases baWashl baWashlton basesWashington Washing Washington ¬
ton 9 New York 4 1 First base on balls ballsOff baI baIOcr balliOff
Off Gray 2 off 0 < < Warhop X Struck Struckout Str StepekoutBy ck ckoutBy
out outBy By Gray 2 by Warhop 2 Three Threebase Threeba Threebase
base ba e hit hltUn hitUnglaub Ungiaub < < taub Twobase hits hltLell hltLellvelt hitsLollvolt Lelt Leltvelt
velt Laporte Chase Sacrifice hKs hitsMc hitsMcBride hltsMcBride Mc McBride ¬
Bride Gardner Double plays plaraGardner plaraGardnerto Gardner Gardnerto
to Knight to Chase Elberfeld to Schae Schaefed Schaefed
fed to Unglaub Un < < laub Hit by pitcher pitcherBY pitcherBYWarhop pitcherByWarhop By ByWarhop
Warhop McBride Street Umpires UmpiresMessrs UmpiresftI8l11 UmpiresMessrs
Messrs ftI8l11 Perrue and Egan Time of ofgame ofgameI
game gameI el 1 hour and 50 minutes Attend Attendance Attendance Attendance1l
ance ance1l ance1lCAUGHT l Cl ClCAUGHT
Joe Tinker the Chicago Cub short shortstop 1Ihortstop a1 a1stop ¬
stop performed the unique feat of C steal stealing stea1Ine stealn ¬
ing n home twice in the CubCincinnati CubCincinnatigame
game the other dayClude day dayClaude cI7Claude
Claude Rotsman the former Detrptt DetrpttTiger Detq DetrpttTiger > > tt ttTlpr
Tiger first baseman has been shifted shiftedagain shiftedagain shiftedagain
again He was switched yesterday yesterdayfrom yesterdarfrom yesterdayfrom
from the Columbia team of the Ameri American American American ¬
can Association to Minneapolis MinneapolisSpeaking MinneapolisC MinneapolisSpeaking inneapoU8Speaklg
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Speaking c co old baseball players and andveterans andeteran andeteran
veterans eteran on the diamond Frank Sand Sanders Sanders Sandens ¬
ers of Bickletcn Wash who is fifty nftyone ftftyone fiftyone
one years old is probably the oldest oldestactive oldeStactive oldestactive
active player on the Pacific Coast Coa t He Heis HeIs Io Iois
is the first baseman of the th Biekelton Biekeltonteam Bfck Bickeltonteam tton ttonteam
team He fields his position runs the thebases thebases thebases
bases hits the ball and annoys the umpire um uptpire nm nmpine ¬
pire with much Jl Ch more ginger than most mostof mostof mostof
of the youthful member melDi of the team teamDad teamDad teamDad
Dad Sander began his baseball ba eba11 ca career car enreet ¬
reer r in his home town Marshall Lyon Lyoncounty Lyoncounty Lyoncounty
county Minnesota when he was four fourteen fourt fourteen ¬
teen t years old and has played with lth an anorganized anorganbed anorganized
organized club every season sea on save ve one onesince ODeslnee onesince
since that time timeSt timeSt timeSt
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St Louis L ut deserves a winning ball ballteam ballteam ballteam
team The fans root upon the slightest slightestprovocation slightestprovocation t tprovocadon
provocation and often begin to cheer as assoon assoon assoon
soon as a batsman of o the home club clubstep clubt clubsteps
step t to the bat Many of the enthusi enthusiasts eathwdut enthusieats ¬
eats ut carry cow bells and tin horns hornsIf
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If the Chicaro Cubs win 1ft In the National NationalLeague XaUonalLeaJrue NationalLeasne
League chamoJoishio Chun k1Shlo the worlds series seriescannot seriescannot rles rlesAn
cannot An not be started rteod before October 16 The TheCubs TheCubs TheCubs
Cubs and th the Cardinals are scheduled scheduledto
to play the final league nun of the tbeseason tbfBeason theseason
season in Chicago October 15 l There are area area area
a lot of 1 open dates dat in the preceding precedinsrweek precedingweek > > rececllzutwtek
week and some time ago Stanley Robt Robtson RobltIOI1 Robieon
son asked Charley Murphy to agree to totilt tothe I Itiw
tilt advancement of f the final date so 80I anthat i ithat
that the teams could disband earlier but
Yesterdays Results ResultsNew ResnltsNew es1ltlNew
New York y 2 Washington WasblD < < ton 1 1BostfB 1nI1 L LBSole
BostfB nI1 BSole I Phttadetphia Pt ladelpaia 4 4Detroit 4rietroIt 4iietroit
Detroit rietroIt 2 Chicago CI cuo t tSt ISt Szt
St Loafs oms 4 Cleveland J
Teiays Games Gamescweaii GtraesChfeftfis Gamelat
Chfeftfis at Detroit DetroitSt DolsoItSt
St Louis at Cleveland ClevelandStaailat OQWlaacStaRi ClevolandStanding
Standing StaRi af f the Clubs
Today TodayClub TodayClu TodayClub
Clu Club W L I Pet Win Lose LosePhiladelphia LoNPhl LoisPhiladsIphis
Philadelphia Phl SS Sl 8 21 SH CSO fl OS OSNew mNew 3 3New
New York yo t 3C 21 1 83 II f13S 8 Cl ClDetroit UtDetroit ft ftDetroit
Detroit 2R 5W QO > 5S 5SROSIESt WT WTBoston 5R5Boslon
Boston 32 3 26 G5S 00 SU M2 M2Cleveland i4 i4CI 4 4Cleveland
Cleveland CI < vftaBd W 2S 462 3 463 46 444 444Chicac3 444Chicw MoIChicac3
Chicac3 28 32 49 I 448 41 41Washington 43lWash1nllrton 431Washington
Washington 24 3S W7 397 281 281St 2StSt 1 1St
St Louts L ut 17 38 S W9 3W IIH H
I Mr Johnsons Personal Friend and andlleighbor andlleighborAWL Neighbor NeighborROVIJ
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Murphy would not agree U to this Now Nowas Nowsa Nowas
as it looks as R If tee Cubs might win the thepennant theMIDD8nt thepennant
pennant Rooiaon says that he will not notaeree not2Uree notagree
agree to advance the came scheduled scheduledfor
for October 15 The American 1D < rtcan Leajrue Leajruechampions Le Loauechampions < < 1Je 1Jecham1
champions cham1 > lnns will have closed Io ed the season seasonten aeaaont seasonten
ten t 1I days earlier and may not care to towait towalt towait
wait for Chicago should it be the con cpatender contender CODtender ¬
tender to complete its series ceriesHub seriesC seriesHub er1eaHub
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Hub Hart formerly of Georgetown Georgetownand
and the Chicago White Sox and a New NewEngland NewE NewEngland
England E < < IaD4 boy to playing a great game gamebehind gamebehtncI gamebehind
behind the Wt d for the Montgomery Montgomeryteam ontcomerytMm
team of the Southern League
Standings and Possibilities
Yesterdays Basalts BasaltsJfew ResaltsrW Us UsNew
New rW York T ork PhOademhia PhiJa eklhla a aBrooklyn L LBroekbD 0Brooklyn
Brooklyn T Boston 5 5Cincinnati 5CIacIDnatI 5Cincinnati
Cincinnati 1i 6 Ptttsbunc PlttsburlrSt 2 2St
St t Louis oak 2 Chicam Chl aa 1 1Todays 1Teiays 1Todays
Todays Games GASMSBrooklyn GtJMBrcekIYA GamesBrooklyn
Brooklyn at New York YorkPhiladelphia TortePtlUadel YorkThUadelI
Philadelphia PtlUadel la at Boston BostonCincinnati BostonCt BeatenCincinnati
Cincinnati Ct ebmatt at Ptttsburg PtttsburgChicago PIt PittaburgChicago bur burChicaa
Chicago at St Louis LouisSteading LouisStaJldiRg LouisStanding
Standing of tie Ctaba Cl 9s
CtabaToday 9sToday
Today TodayChib TodayClub TodayClub
Club Wi r L Pct Win Lose LoseCntearo LaMCb LoseChicago
Chicago Cb 38 2 MS M1 61 i 644 644New 644New s44New
New york 35 22 614 Ol G GPltbltunr 6O 6OPItturg OS OSPittstunc
Pittstunc a 28 JiIII 5 617 4 4Cincinnati m mCbaclftDaU 4Cincinnati
Cincinnati 30 > > 3 508 nj njPhiladelphia JSn 50 50Philadelphia 500 500Phitadelphla
Philadelphia 38 JI 39 44 474 454 454St tijijSt 46St
St Louis LoutsI S 4 468 460 444 444Brooklyn 441Brooklyn 1 1BrooklYn
Brooklyn S 32 431 448 451 451Boston CtBo 41Beaten
Boston Bo ton 31 t 40 34 355 5 339
At the I fgn gn of t the Moon MoonS
S Wondcr oDder What Iertz Will Say SayThe Toda7f Toda7fThe
The Mertz F ertz ertzBig
1 Big Clearance Sale SaleStarts SaleStarts
Starts With a Rush RushIt
It Is pr vin inr to be the thebigest bixest event in the history or this establish estabUstment establishmont
mont Yon can save practlc practically lly halt what you ou ordinarily pay for a asummer
summer suIt and gel 8 tallormade staltn8de to your orderthat orderthatwin
win be rr8tclass in every respectwe absolutely guarantee this
1 8 Suits 22 2250 ° SuitsMade Suits SuitsMade
Made to Ofder Made to Order OrderI OrderL9
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NEW YORK June m 30The The NationalSporting National NatioDalSporttftC NationalSporting
Sporting Club promises to be the scene sceneof BeeDeof sceneof
of the best bout of t the year tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrowDi tomorrownight
night Di ht when Joe Jeanaetta J tta and Morris MorrisHarris K KHarris MorrisHarris
Harris heavyweights hea hta meet In a ten tenround teDround tenround
round contest Harris demonstrated moastratfO his hispunching hispunching hispunching
punching ability ablllt last Friday night by bydisposing bydispo bydisposIng
disposing dispo lng of Al Kublak in one round at atPhiladelphia atPhlladelpbia atPhiladelphia
The newly organized Calumets are areready areready areready
ready for all alltfJu au tear js j of die theDatnlct District aver averaging afttactDc averaging ¬
aging sixteen years ara of age e preferring p
the Benecas Navy Yard Apprentice
Boys Bo etc etcLineup etcUneup etcUseup
Lineup as follows Martin centerfieU
Hester left field Shriver shortstop
Floeckher FIO < Ckher third base Miller second I
haste Lowe Lo catcher Gaghen left field I
Mills M III S right field ft ld BurlY or Caason Caasonpitcher Caseonl Cassonpit4
pitcher pitt bu
Successful Annapolis Coach Is Coining io o Develop Crews Crewsfor Crewsfor Qewsfor
for National ati nal Regatta RegattaLikely Likely to Revive InterestPresident Interest InterestPresident
President Pilkington Coming Comi to Go Over O er Coarse
Potomac oarsmen are today t clay esrthWBi esrthWBiay path path1Wdc pthusS pthusSaide
aide over Ute action taken tababy olsndey olsndeyby
by the board of C governor when It ttengaged Itepaed iten
engaged en Richard Ctendon GIeD6 a coach of the1 the1Annapolis 1M 1MADupoItJ timAnaa
Annapolis Anaa crews to take chars of e the thePotomac tilePotomac thePotomac
Potomac rowing rowtIaKS squad squadseveral
ts S was pointed out fa these tJtaelleVeral col colsevual
several day ago there baa not t been beenI beeathe beenthe
I the wonted interest among the tM0UaIMII attire activeorsmen
1 oarsmen but with the advent at Stan Glendon GIeDcIoIa Standon
don it is bettered that there will be a arevival a18YIval arevival
revival all atone the upper rutoma Pcto la lathe I Ita Inthe
the ta opinion oC these who w are ar closely closelyidentified cIMeIYh1eDWIed closelyIdentifled
identified with th the situation there theftpleaty is isplenty isplenty
plenty of promising pro talent taIe t available fora for fortional t taDd < <
a senior aDd junior crew for tile N NtIoDal Na Nalionel
lionel regatta and Dill Glendon hi eonsUV eonsUVered COD coenl coenlseed l leNd
eNd especially well eI1 qualified to cat the thebest tilebeIIt thebest
best possible remits remitsSvecese r rendisSuccess < < AIIta AIItasece
Success sece Witk Hcry HcryH 1faTJHe Nar NarBe
H He has been eminently nentIy y suciassful 1 Libl LiblMvelopl hi hideveloping indevelopIng
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the oarsmen have already been ecbooIedby schooled schooledby
by Pat PatWith Dempsey DempseyWith DempseyWith
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men well eared for the attention of the themanagement themanagement themanagement
management will now be centered on onmaking ORmakin onmaking
making the National Regatta most suc successful sucaL suecesafi1 ¬
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play lay handicap fOflOW1 following in the altar attornoon altarnoon at atnoon
noon Primes donated by the dub are aNoftere eonoffered areoffered
offered the winner wiu m Ia each event
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from San an Francisco rrar Ps Oalraatea Givest and aDdfIber andeber
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w which ba the minds OIl those wbo he are
familiar with affairs are entirely eDdrelyauerated ex exaggerated exaggerated ¬
aggerated and likely to prove 1JrO as embarrassing em emyears embarraastaIt
barraastaIt as similar reports In peat peatyears
7 years when the anuonm anneun nn nm nyMi v1a j were wereequally wereequalJy wereequally
equally as unbecoming un and untrue the theindications th th1DI theIndications
indications 1DI 1oo8 nevertheless are that taw t en entry entry entry ¬
try list will be most satisfactory
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Ate assurances beforeRiy before J any y anammemeats ansatmcp ansatmcpments ee eeJneftts
meats are made but it is understood understoodatomises undorstoodpiomises D d dpaOlllJM8
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from New York To Philadelphia Pbia4el Balti Baltimore Baltlmore BeIUmore ¬
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Jim Pflkington president PI ef tiM Ka KaIs N NODI Nadonal
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I Is expected here within the next fewdays few fewdays tewda711
days when he will w l go 0 over the upper upperand 1IIIPClower npsrand
and lower Potomac cow courses sea to decideaver decide decideheld JeddewhIcIi
aver whIcIi ODe on 1M regatta Ie to be beheld beheld
held heldSmce heldSIBce
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last fall wbei the largest crowd that thathas tbathaa thatbaa
has witnessed a boat race in this city cityin cityIn cityin
in years yea 18 attended there has been beenfeeUnc a afeeling a afeeling
feeling that this thi is the proper place for forthe forthe
the race This stretch eo < f water was wasthe wagthe Wasthe
the old national course and sine ac the theimprovements theJmprov theimprovmenth
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speedway and Potomac Park It to con considered considere ¬
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