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THE WASHINGTON A IIIXGTOX TDTFS rxr THFESir + cP iT y JTNE 30 1910 13 13he
PThe he Times Will Give the Most Complete News and Bulletin Service on the Big Fight
TIMES WILL FLAS FLASNEWS FLASft FLASftNEWS
NEWS OF BIG FIGHT FIGHTiEvery FIGHTEvery
Every Blow Will Be Mega Megaphoned M MegaPhoned ga gaphoned ¬
phoned From Munsey MunseyBuilding MunseyBu Munse Y YBuilding
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SPECIAL SERVICE SERVICEFROM SERVICEFROM SERVICEFROM
FROM THE RINGSIDE RINGSIDEExtra R NGSIDE NGSIDEExtra
Extra Paper Will Be on Street StreetFew StreetFew StreetFew
Few Minutes After Bat Battle Battle Battie ¬
tle Ends EndsReno EndsHCno EndsIeno
Reno on the afternoon l1 of Indepeml Indepemlen l le
en f r P l 8f > apr will be the cynosure of the ttewhlC
whlC tth vii > lo snortlnsr s universe universeTrained lIntve lIntveTrai universeTrained
Trained Trai ld to the minute and wfMUvd wfMUvdto
to battle to the bitter end in the event eventtliat e fnt entthat I IHut
Hut has ha attracted more > widespread Ir IrT 11 11rt Irrrst
T rrst n st t than any other affair In the whole wholehi wholellitory wholehiaory
hi llitory lory of ftetiana Jim Jeffries Je < rles and Jack JackJclirson JackJ JackJohnson
Johnson J ltI1on will meet to fight ft ht for the high highest hillhe higheat ¬
e est < t honor in ZMwdlism ZMwdlismt DUCtIIsmRlmlOr
t Rumors and recurrent rumors of postDonernents post postponements postt10Dnent ¬
ponements reports of training1 betting bettingcn3 bettingii1 etUn etUnmd
cn3 the > anxiety lest Johnson prove able ableto ableto ableto
to capture the tll worlds title have but butsrrved butsrl butsrrd
srrved to Intensify interest t in the tight fightCt1 tighttntil fllhtttil
tntil today in the minds of those who whorrc whorc ho
rrc 1 rc called call l noon to decide d lde what is news newscrl ntnsnr1 newsrd
crl rd TV ithat hat the public wants in the way waycf waycf wayCf
cf tews the JohnsonJeffries ftrht ft bt is istr 1 1it istl
tr > nf trif > imoortart feature story In a aper ar aerratioa
per erratioa utloa utloaWhole r 1 tioJ tioJWhole
Whole World Interested InterestedToday InterestedTJc1ay InterestedT
Today T xr1y in the little Nevada city is isIgathi IsS isgatti
Igathi S 1tF rfd the most nunterous corps of
c l correspondents < that has Its ever everia eerrmbled ever2rr
ia 2rr rnibleiJ bled to furnish to the world news newsof uewaof dlfwsof
of an event which has no end of In Interest Ifttnn Intcrest ¬
terest t in America abroad and in fact tactthrouchout factthroughout factthrouhout
throughout the civilized worlt worltDetermined worlDctrrmined wortDC
Determined DC trrmined to afford its readers every everydetail fJerydrtall everydetail
detail and feature of th the light t The TheWashington Thea Thetits
tits Washington a a < hington Times has worked wOlk l incessantly inces incessantly Inc Incsantly
santly since the lighters commenced to totrain totrain totrain
train to perfect the best service poe possible poeu ¬
sible sibleToday S u Jlt JltToday 1CToday
Today this paper is I In a position to toannounce toannounce toannounce
announce that it will m exhaust every everymeans everymeans everymeans
means to give tve not only best but nrst nrstevery JlnJtv
every C v cry important fact in connection with withth withth withy
y th heavyweight encounter encounterThe eneounterThe encounterThe
The first detail was to arrange for the theTnot them themist
mist m t competent writers Already there therehiave t theredace re re113e
hiave dace appeared in these columns the theopinions OMoinlcns theofinians
opinions of such experts as Jim Cor CorIttt Cor1tt Cotbrit
Ittt John L I Sullivan William MuJE
d > on n and other competent judges 01 01fighters 01ghtErs oeI
fighters I and condition On next Mon Monday Moodl Menci ¬
day dl most of these experts will be so soengaged 80engued aoengaged
engaged that their reports will neces necessarily necessarily necess ¬
sarily s lr y be delayed so that the news willbe will willbo willbe
be Irmdled 1 Y LDdled exclusively by special cor correspondents cocrLI corrc ¬
respondents respondentsTwo rLI rc pondentsTwo l = ndents ndentsTwo
Two Special Wires WiresTvo WiresTwo WiresTito
Two wires will be run directly from fromthe frontthe
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the c rns rrl side to the Munsey building so sorulJ 801d aeld
rulJ 1d one fail there will still be no nod noin noin
d la In furnishing to the public of ofr orIinton
r 1 lington ton the quickest and most ac accvrar act i ic
cvrar c J news directly from the arena aenaAt arenat
At t one on > wire will be located Tad the thefaou5 thefa
farrous fa oas New York cartoonist and ttght ttghtSn tisbtn tlghtna
Sn na n export xJ < rt white obiile at the other oth r IJtp 1tPllgt ip ipLt
Vnslit llgt Lt i and nd Xax Balthasar who have havevrilten haveri haveLten
vrilten ri Lten tn principally from the Pacinc Pacincc pacIAcXtst Pecilicst
c iast st but whose h08e articles have attracted attractedriti attracted2tiilnwide attractedinnHide
riti 2tiilnwide nwide < > attention will dictate blow blowt blow11utt
t 11 > blow blowlits LlowlCso
iCS C wires wir S will run directly to th the ther therc
rr r liJ r floor of the Munsey Uft8oeY building buildingfrcn buildingrc1 buildfagfrct
frcn rc1 which they will be megaphoned megaphonednros mecapbonednrJs
nros the Avenue to the thousands who wboart whoart
art expected rcted to assemble a there thereT I IT
T Tf T r moment th the ftg fight t end the forms formsK orm
K 1 be rushed to the stereotypers and andttcro andth andU
ttcro th U L ° o to the presses e malting it possi possible po poesib l lb ¬
ble b tr t Lave an extra on the street be before beer beicrr ¬
fore er tw t 1f crowds have a chance to leave leaveEvery Jeave1 Jeave1Evcry leaveaver
Every aver line that comes from the RenoriraaC Reno Renorlrcsiie I Irf
rlrcsiie rf l will be printed in this th extra extraT extravt
rlie T vt in addition ltJon this th special edition editionr1 i iI
r1 vl I contain complete racing rael and basehail base basetell baAI
tell results resultsStarts rc resulttStarts sulttt sultttStarts
Starts At 430 oClock oClockTh oClockTt
Th fighters are scheduled to enter enterthe eat eattle eatthe
the rln r it IM 1 oclock Reno time wrh wrhs which whichis
is s 4 3 Washington time but even be befcre be befcr b bfcre e
fcre fcr th thn n the special wires will bri briI bring bringpl bringI eg g
pl I preliminary news statements t bet betprf bet2nd
prf l end other matters of vital Inter Interact m inferct hetI er erct ¬
ct to t those who are determined to learn learnnt learnat learnat
at frst rst hand every feature of the theWhether theV thevC
V vC c undertaking undertakingYhtthcr mdertaklngyhcther
Whether the fight is to end 00 in the theCrit thellr thefrt
frt llr t few minutes or whether her it is I to toextend toe toextend I
extend e tnd through many rounds are of ofcruise otms ofCl
Cl cruise ms rsc < matters that only Monday Monda can cantell CIUtten etatt1
tell but in getting the news exact a atcftcn and andthen andhcn
then getting it to Times readers time timeKill timev11 timenIi
Kill not be lost nor money saved on the themost therno themost
most rno t universally interesting InteretI happening happeningtLc
tLc tZ vat majority of sporting news De read readers readhas readtrs ¬
ers has ever known knownSUBURBAN knownSUBURBAlI knownSUBURBAN
SUBURBAN LEAGUE LEAGUESTANDING LEAGUESTANDING LEAGUESTANDING
STANDING STANDINGPrtworth
STANDINGW
W L Pet
Prtworth 7 7Woodburn I IVoodburn SWoodburn
Woodburn 7 7Takoma 4 4Takoma m
Takoma I CPrirjitivood Ii 5Pri 5fI 5fIJTi
Pri Prirjitivood PrirjitivoodSilver JTi lhoOll i 7 7iL
Silver 5 iL c r Spring i fV IC ICuhington is
V ihington i 1 ington Post 2 2GAME SGAME 1S 1SGAXE
GAME TODAY TODAYSilver TODAYSilver Y Ylver
Silver Spring vs Brightwood BrightwoodYESTERDAYS B DriahtwoodYESTERDAYS btOOII btOOIIYESTERDAYS
YESTERDAYS RESULT1ashingtoa RESULT RESULTWashington RESULTa
Washington a hinlrtOR Post > Takoma Talc t 1Fort tGROUNDS tForfetted
Forfetted ForfettedGROUNDS Fort FortGROUNDS
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GROUNDSPetworth GROUNDS GROUNDSPetworth GROUNDSPetiortb
Petworth D C CTakrroa C1kma C7ma
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Takrroa 1kma failed to put a full Nine in the thef theft
ft f 11 J 1 tsterday and Adtb thus forfeited to tot tot t tt
t f Washington C Post team This was wasi wasst wet wetSt
i > rst st game for the New is In a aI ar
I 1 i tie tl t a game the Post nine won by bygo byg a aSX2
SX2 go i l margin marginShortstop n1ar marginSortstop n n018tOp
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Shortstop 018tOp Fred Riser of the Tsk Tsktcho Takoma Takomar oats
r J who has recently signed up witht1 wl wit witf with withtV
t1 f tV Federicksbure J team left Tuesday Tuesdayr Tueada TueadaCmg y
r cn Cmg rn for the Maryland city cSt > w wr where where7n qa
r 7n 7 C uill w V U play his first rot game Saturday SaturdayIF Saturday Saturdaymakes
IF makes 11l kea the fifth Washington boy bo boUlt bot v
i Ult jt t has joined the forces of that team teamo
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t good o d line can be seen on the DeW DeWS ae aeU w
1 st S boys U ys who bo combined with the M Mt MtpJrii Mtrant Mtr
pJrii < rant r > ant bunch when they meet the thetv tAet th
tv t trongeet teams in the leagueyLnv league I On +
I td yLnv > Ltv tY they will cross bat baa with the thedlurn
V 1 > T dlurn urn nine and on July S will willttth dash dashuth oIaahlth
uth lth the Petworth aggregation aggregationA tlon tlonA
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A good game is expected this after afterr i
r or T when tbeS1ver Springs plays the theLgjtwood thii l
i Lgjtwood gi i it tw0 wood team Dick DiemI Robertson Robertsonr tseou
vetand Reber Reberhaft
1 r I oveland l w wt t be the batteries haft eita to tor or r i
l rghtwood > while Walter Herald who whoiws wlIog w wti h0 I
iws ti given g iyen a tryout w Frith th the Washing ¬
ton team and Vest w4 will be on onf8r liar tha tit
the E1t c and Gray aka akaY
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I I II
I James James j L Jeffries Taking Exercise to Strengthen Back an and Ah Abdomen om n I
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THIS MOVEMENT WAS A FEATURE OF HIS EXHIBITION IN WASHINGTON Y
DEPARTMENTAL DEPARTMENTALLEAGUE DEPARTMENTALLEAGUE DEPARTMENTALLEAGUE
LEAGUE LEAGUESTANDING LEAGUESTA LEAGUESTANDING
STANDING STA DI G
STANDINGYton Gon
won on Lost Pet PetCommissioners PetConmlasionens PetCommissioners
Commissioners V I S 7i1C 781 781C 1iIC
C C A L S 4 m mPoetofttce CPOBtottice IQPoetoftice
Poetofttce PoetofttceAgriculture I IAgriculture
Al Agriculture K 6 8 M E ENavy
Navy 2 7 1i 1iGAXB l li S2 S2GAMS
+ = i = H HGAME
GAME TODAY TODAYCommteskHiers 1QDAYCommiMioners TODAYCommissioners
Commissioners vs PostofUce PostofUceYESTERDAY PeetotlceYESTERDAY POstoffdceS POstoffdceYESTERDAY
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YESTERDAY RBSULT RBSULTCommerce RBSULTCommecce RESULTCommetce
Commerce and Labor tt A9ges Ag Ies s t SC SGROUNDS tGROUNDS So SoI SoGROUNDS
I C
GROUNDS GROUNDSSouth GROUNDSSouth
I South diamond elltpae elltpaeI ellipseYesterdays e eI
I Yesterdays game was a distinct sur surprise rprbe surprise ¬
prise in many ways The Aggies A Ie have havebeta haveI bavebeta
I beta the hoodoo for Commerce Co unelee and La Laj Laher
j bor all season The Commerce and Labor La Labor 1 1I ¬
bor team got t into its stride early In the theI thegame
I
I game and hammered Lynch for five fiveTaylor JIveTaylor Ryeruns
runs runsTaylor 1
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Taylor for Commerce and Labor Laborplayed Laborplaed Laborplayed
played a beady game and held up Norris Nor Norris Norris
ris and Richmond in good style He Heplayed HeplaYed Hephyed
played in place of Moreland land who hassigned has hassigrned baasitmed
signed with the Witoon on team in theCarolina the theCarolina theCamlina
Carolina League Taylor hits well and andis anda andis
is a good receiving tV1ng catcher catdt < His throwing throw throwI
I I inj In is off of color due to his facie of o prac pnLct1 ptactics
j tics t1 ticsIig < e eI
j I Bi L Iig Bob Evans seems to have struck struckI struckhis struckhis
I his gait at last and connected for three threehits threehits threehits
j
hits all of which were clean Thegame The last lastgame JutEr
game Evans Er II played he got three N Need eed eedlea ed edless
less to add the M big fellow was tickledas tickled tICk tICkas
as his average has not been the best bestthis
this season euonJ seasonThere
J j I There were three th catches 5 tdaa that werethe were of ofthe f
1 the sensational order yesterday All Allthree Allthrt A Athree 1
three e cut off sure ure hits Gates Rapp in inleft int i ikit n
left field robbed Trowbridge Trowb 6 twice He Hecame H Hcarne e
j t carne in like an express train and aDdcaught andcaught
caught both off his shoe she + e laces Van VanBuckirk VanBakirk V VBtskirk
Buckirk in right got a short liner from fromConnie fromConnie fro froConnie m
Connie Doyle D Je Had Van let he ti ae e ball ballset ballget l
get away two runs would have counted countedbarll countedCharlie
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Charlie barll Moran oran has difficulty in InInl gag rau rauinp
inp the ball on the xrass grass diamond It Iteenis Itms Itseems
seems < < ms that he was hit in the eye in n nbeaginnng the thebecinnin theoInnin
i becinnin Innin of the seasan and has since sincebeen
been timid about srettior nett lg down on them tAemIt themIt
It is noticeable that the balls bound boundmean boundmean
mean on the > diamond and many xo for forhits forhits forhits
hits which otherwise would be outs outsSOUTHERN 0UUtSOUTHERN outsSOUTHERN
SOUTHERN RAILWAY RAILWAYLEAGUE RAILWAYLEAGUE RAILWAYLEAGUE
LEAGUE LEAGUESTANDING LEAGUESTA
STANDING STANDINGAuditors STA DING
STANDINGW
W L hL
Auditors AuditorsTraffic I 8 IM 1
Traffic S SOperating 714 7
Operating < 4 4Bookkeepers 2 3Bookkeepers t17 Ii7NI
Bookkeepers 2 2Law 4 4Law 11I 11I1
Law 1 1Treasurers 1Treasurers Jj W NI
Treasurers 1 1No i 143 143No 14 14No S
No game yesterday yesterdayGAME yeaterclyGAKE yesterdayGAME
GAME TODAY TODAYOperating TODAYOperating TODAYOperating
Operating vs v Traffic TrafficGROUNDS TraltcGROUNDS e eGROUNDS
GROUNDS GROUNDSWhite GROUNDSWhite GROUNDSWhite
White Lot Ellipse EllipseThere EUipIMThere EllipseT EllipseThere
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There was no contest scheduled yes yostcrdCy yestcrdty o otcrdly
tcrdCy but today the runnersup ruB ersup
Traffic and Operating will battle battleBaufThman battleBaugbman battleBaughman
BaufThman and Robirson will be f fthe in inthe Inthe n
the box for the Traftic aggregation aggregationwith aggregatlonwith
with Tanner and Burr doing the hon honors honors honors ¬
ors for the Operating team teamThe teamThe teamS teamThe
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The Auditors who are leading leadin the theleague theJ th thleague e
league J tY have the honor of being the theonly theonly th thonly e
only team in the city who have not notlost notlo no nolost t
lost t a game in the league series seriesThey seriesTbey seriesThey
They seem hard to stop Munchdevloped Munch ha hadeveloped hadeveloped
developed into a clever twirler twirlerhas and andh an anhas
has h exceptionally good control controlevinced as asevinced sevinced
evinced in the AuditorTreasurer AuditorTreasurergame r
game when hen he only walked one man manin manIn ma mafa n
in the nine nitttn innings of play playOf pia piaOf
1 1Of
Of the regular players playere Beach of ofthe ofth o othe f
the th Traffic aggregation ag repUon is leadin leadinthe leading g
the league at the stick and Is now nowbattinr no nowbatungg r rbattlD
battinr 4 5 for the season being beingclosely beingelo beingClosely
closely elo ely followed follow however by Olivewith Oliver Oliverwith Oliverwith r
with 651 651BANKERS7 651BANKERS l lBANKERS
BANKERS LEAGUE LEAGUESTANDING LEAGUESTANDING
STANDING STANDINGCommercial
STANDINGW
W L L Pet P PComnnercial
Commercial National 7 7American 1 Sii I
American Security 6 3
W L cal A k T 7 i 8 =
National City 2 2American G
American National f fGAME > ew ewGAVJ
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GAME TODAY TODAYNational TODAY TODAYNattonal TODAYNational
National City vs American National NationalYESTERDAYS NatlenalYESTERDAYS
+
YESTERDAYS Y ESTERDA S RESULT RESULTNo
No same
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GROUNDS GROUNDSNorth GROUNDSNorth GROUNDSNorth
North diamond White Lot LotDespite LotDplte
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Despite the schedule eb as announced yes ¬
terday Ty the Bankers there tbe was no nogam
scams Q The winos scheduled for Wed ¬
nesday was played Tuesday Y Today Na Nationrhl ¬
tional City and nd
American National are arethe a
e4111 du to t0aolay0 Dlay bat It ill thought ught that the thet
the Atrerl Ameriein Am er ut National team will forfeit t
American National has been unfortu uafortaflIts ¬
nate had In KottJar ot tt the s team t together tot + flrer and an j
flIts SHS had 4t tp forfeit re1t many mttD Ina n games m
SUNDAY SCHOOL SCHOOLLEAGUE SCHOOLLEAGUE SCHOOLLEAGUE
LEAGUE LEAGUESTANDING LEAGUESTANDING LEAGUESTANDING
STANDING STANDINGWon
Won Lost Pet PcLNinth PetNlntk PetNinth
Ninth 8 8MmnHne SR t aN
Nemldae MmnHne R 10 10fAnaeostia i S Sf 7 7Anacoida
fAnaeostia f A 7 7I S om 70Peck omPeek
i I Peek 4 4YBSTJERDAYS a m
IaAc I I 2 2Sixth
Sixth > y yYESTERDAYS t J JYESTERDJrs
YESTERDAYS RESULT RBSUKFHamlme 1tBSULTH RESULTHaasHne
Hamlme H S Peck P Ck 7 7GAME 7GAXB 7GAME
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GAME TODAX TODAXLtaasrton 1ODilYLa TGGDIYLaa4oit
Ltaasrton La vs Ninth ICintnGROUNDS OintGROU NinthT NinthGROUNDS <
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GROUNDS GROUNDSThhteenth GROU GROUThltteeatJt GROUNDSThirteenth
Thirteenth and D streets aertibsaL aertibsaLi aertibsaLI7amdhtpractically northeast northeastHamliae tIMut tIMutHlUl
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Hamliae HlUl I7amdhtpractically iM pracUcttllr r took the xame xameaway tg + me meaway
I
away front Peck in the first two m mniaffs a heflings
lat flings itrootmr by Pecks costly s I y errors errorsand enOIIIand errorsand
and makins two timely hits lit each m mQutaley letsing
I sing singQukley
DtnKQultdey + S
Qutaley toed the rubber for Peck and andpitched aadpke andpitched
pitched ed splendidly allowing hut Ave nvehits AvehitJI Avehits
hits and fannanig six Errors by his histeam steam histeam
team mates t turned tr the tide tideBrewer tideo tideBrewer
o I IBr
Brewer Br ercatUtht caught well for Peck Pedrdrov and anddrove anddrove
drove drov two tallies over 0 the nan a la thethird the thei
j i third with a wilt hit Jt ta left center centerBoth centerBoth centert centerBoth
j I t
Both Wheattey and Rogers of Ham Hamline
t line stole second and third U nl in the ftftk ftftksession AttJJeSIIIon
session the former scoring oa Meyers eyers eyerswild
wild heave In a aA atttdapt athlo tto to stop hmt 13 atthird at atI
I i third thirdI
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I I Riddle played nd his usual stellar ellar nune asnteat ameat
jat at th Initial sack for Peck In the theI
rah Iw saved vedMWTaJ Yea Murray an error br D div
I ins is sky skywa dcywanl war nailing naU a wild throw with
I his h gloved hand handGoodman
i + Goodman filled in nicely on Urst for forthe forthe
the winners accepting acc ptlng seven chances chanceswithout chaDeewithout chanceswithout
without a miss He also figured with withthe withthe withthe
the willow in the sfectta scoring seorin seorinBurch <
Burch with a timely twosacker two ker to tolefU
left leftI leftI l eft
i
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Fritz Jaeschke Jae chke again came into intothe Intothe intothe
I the limelight for fo r tho 3 Georgetown GeorgetownChurchmen GeorgetownCburchmen GeorgetownChurchmen
Churchmen yesterday With two onand on onand Oftand
and two wo out in the seventh Miller MillerIhlt tIllerhll Millerhit
i Ihlt hit A a Texas leaguer uver second JId but
j Fritz proved master of the situa situation sltuation ¬
I tion by snatching the bail Va t1 with one
hancl after a hard run runThtnp runThings
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Things looked rosy for Peck in theninth the theand theninth
ninth With two gone Cohm walked walkedand walkedand
and Donnelly trove the tall l to deep I
left left which wbt h looked good for a homer I
Wynkoop In left for Hamline started start starte started
e ed < l on a dead run toward Thirteenth Thirteenthstreet ThirteenthBtret Thirteenthstreet
street and hauled down the hit mak k ¬
lug Jn the third outCAPITAL out outCAPITAL outCAPITAL
CAPITAL CITY LEAGUE LEAGUEi LEAGUESTAoDLYG
i STANDING STANDINGCornell STANDINGCornell
STANDINGW
W L Pet
Cornell C Company Compann H HAloystos 3 1M
Aloystos AIo 7 4 11I
Sewage Pumping Sta StIL8 8 5 fNavy iIS i 15
Navy Yard i iI 1t laSt 38i
I St Stephen 4 4Midways IIIdys 4Midways
Midways 3 3GAME 9 9GAME 51 51GAIE
GAME TODAY
Midways vs Cornell C hDell < Company CompaayYESTSRDAYS C9MlMLayYESTERDA
+ 5 5YESTERDAYS
YESTERDAYS YESTERDA YS RESULT KESULTGamo RESULTGamo
Gamo postponed postponedGROUNDS postponedGROUNDS
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GROUNDSFirst GROUNDS GROUNDSFirst GROtnli > S SFirst
First and M I streets trecs northeast nortaoasLNeither nortkoetNeither northeastNeither
Neither the Aloysius Alo y nor the St StStephens
Stephens management could muster mu ter a afull afull
full team yesterday and another an ther game gamewas Ea1Bewas gamewas
was as added to the postponed po tponed listCy list listCy 1IetCy
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Cy MacDonald who left the theCorneU theCorneUTigers Cornell CornellTigers
Tigers to manage the Gr Greensboro tmooro team teamsecured teamsecured
secured two hits in his opening game gameHis gameHis gameHis
His club is at atppresent present in last J place but butwith butwith
with big Cy C holding down the initial initialsack initialsack initialsack
sack an improvement may be expected expectedJack expectedJack
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Jack Carr and Manager Man er Cornell are arestill arestill
still being held on the suspension list
for their fistic encounter a few weeks weeksKO weeksago
AO KO It is rumored that President I
O OShe Shea will lift the ban this week weekDutch weekUDutcb weekiuteh
a
Dutch KInriey Kln Kinney ey of the Commerce and
Labor team has taken Merril Vaughnsplace Vaughns Vaughnsplace Vaughnspla
place pla < of at third for the Paperhangers PnerhangersThe
The latter was tho victim of of1 s n unfor unfortunate unfortlnat6 unfortunate ¬
tunate accident the other day and will willprobably willI
robably I > be out of the game for or some sometime
time timeTho timerho thusThe
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The open date tomorrow will be filled filledwith fliledwith filledwith
with a game between St t Stephens and
Aolyshts Aolysl s while on Saturday the Mid Midways Midways ¬
ways and Sewage Pumping Station
teams will clashWith clash clashWith clashWUh
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With the closing of the Departmental
League season many new players are areexpected areexpected a aexpected re
expected to make their appearance i ithis in n
this circuit circuitNELSON cIrcuitNELSO circuitNELSON
NELSON VS WOLGAST WOLGASTRENO VOLGASTRENO
RENO June 38i 3iIt It was learned Coda Codaat today todaythat todaythat r
that thatReno at Tex Rtckard will attempt att pl to bold boldReno holdRpo 1
Reno as a fight ht center He has bee been beentesting beente n
testing te the ice to determine dete ni e whetherBat tvhet tvhetBat whether whetherBat
Bat Nelson N pison and Ad Wolgast can canmatched be bematched bematchI
matched for a third go Tom Jones
Ads manager managerIs ° fs hero heroandso and so is Nelson n
II IIhis
No pugilist ever devoted more attention to fortifying foriafyingN for g
his wind against body 1 punishment unishment than tha N Jeffries has hasd done donesince donesince ne I Isince I i
since he started braining this time He has made a spe specialty speial specialty
cialty ial ty of thisehair th Chair exercise and claims c1 ims it is largely re ref responsible responsible
1 V Vsponsible
sponsible for his present pr nt apparently splendid splcncilidccmdit condition on onr
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RAILROAD Y M C A ALEAGUE ALEAGUE ALEAGUE
LEAGUE LEAGUESTANDING LEAGUESTA LEAGUESTANDING
STANDING STA ING
STANDINGW INGw
W L L Pet PetAdams PeLA PetAdams
Adams 11 1 JIT JITSouthern JI17 117Southern
Southern 7 3 3j 1 1Car 71 71i
j Car Department 8 4 5 Ii7men 1 1Shopmen 5Sbop
Shopmen Sbop men S 3 3Trainmen Z ZTrabunea 3t 3tTrainmen ±
Trainmen S JI f 3 3Station M MStatloft A AStation
Station S 9 ME MEGAMK ISGAXB YI YIGAME
GAME TODAY TODAYI TODAYStatJoa TODAYStation
I Station vs Trainmen TraMmeaYRSTERDAYS TrainmenYJB5T
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YJlSTBRDArs YJB5T RDAYS RESULT RXSULTAdam lUISULTJt RESULTAdana
Adam Jt Adana E 3 Car Cari Department DepartmentGROUNDS sc I
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i GROUNDS GROUNDSIPtCth GROUNDSnttla GROUNDSFlfttlt
IPtCth street and Florida arena iwrih iwrihWith nurtha1at rda rdaWIth
a1at a1atith +
With ith McMahn X pitching gutedge tl ball ballAdams 1IaIIA ballAdams
Adams A had little trouble in defeating defeatingar
the stroliet t Car < ar Department nine yester yesterDepartment 7esterclay yesterday
clay TIW defeat practfeall lees Car CarDepartmelit CarDepartment
Department out of the ru rupennant running rr for the thepeonaat thepennant
pennant pennantMcMahn peonaatKeMahn
+ 4 4McMahn
McMahn allowed the Carmen only onlythree onlYthrPe onlythree
three hid U and caused eight to strike strikeont JIU1keort strikeoit
ont <
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Stanseorry of Car Department played playedr
a r star ac came me in n the left garden making matingaevcral makingseveral
several se sensational s atloa catches catchesJewett
Jewett led at the bat for Adams mak makbatt makhtit
m batt a triple and a double white for Car CarDepartment Carpeat CarDel
Del Department arypelet peat Hughes led with two sta l
gleePugh
Pudt made a pretty catch td1 of Vloietfs Vloietfsfve 1oIettsl 1oIettslJme loktta
flue Chive fve in the theSaUIvaa eight inning inningSnUivaa inningSullivan
+
Sullivan was caught stealing second aeooehree secondthree aecoadthree
t three times and asleep off Ant once mumsBarren onceBarron 0MeBarron
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Barron played a good same at second secondhsnrta MeODdJIve secondka
ka hsnrta Inl five chances and handling them themall daeMall themall
all cleanly
H HTne 1 1The
+ 4 4The
The c Qarmen hrmen used two pitchers trying tryingto
to atop Adams ran getting bat with withthe withtM withthe
the ragged r ecI support they both received receivedthey reeeve4t receivedthey
they could do nothing DOth to check the Ex Expressmen Expreamen Expremmen ¬
pressmen premmenStation pressmenStaton preamenStaLon
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Station and Trainmen clash this after afternoon attec1OOr ¬
afterd
noon noo r for the cellar championship and anda
a ood ood game is expected Both have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been lately latel strengthened by the addition additionof
of several eral new playersCOMMERCIAL players playersCOMMERCIAL pJayeraCOMMERCIAL
COMMERCIAL LEAGUE LEAGUESTANDING LEAGUESTA LEAGUESTANDING
STANDING STA DL G
STANDINGW Gw
W L I IAndrews PetAndrews Pet
Andrews 11 11Herald 11Herald W 81i 81iHerald
Herald 11 11B 4 m iiiSoutheast
B k kSoutheut W t tSoutheast
Southeast Club ClubD i I 115
D N Watford Watford 4 4GAME S m mGAXB
0 0GAME
GAME TODAY TODAYBerry TODAYBerry TODAYBerry
Berry it Woitmore vs VIIYESTERDAYS Herald HeraWYESTERDAYS HeraldC HeraldYESTlrRDATs
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YESTERDAYS RESULT RESULTAadrews RBSULTADClrews RESULTAndrews
Andrews t Walforfi Walt 0 forfeited forfeitedGROUNDS toreItMGRO forfeitedGROUNDS
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GROUNDS GROUNDSGeorgia GRO GROUNDSGeorgia DS DSGeor
Georgia avenue and Kenyan KellY street streetnorthwest 3treetnorthoft8t streetnorthwest
northwest northwestWalford
+
Walford failed to put a fall also on onthe onthe onthe
the field yesterday afternoon Oll and thus thusforfeited tlaaaforfeited thusforfeited
forfeited to Andrews This Is the secondgame second secondsame MCftDdlme
same that has been forfeited to die diePapersellers JtePapentellers hePapersel
Papersellers Papersel ers this week the first t being bet
from Berry Whitmore last Monday
The large crowd that was present pre ent was wasgreatly waslIe wasgreatly
lIe greatly atly > disappointed as a good same samewas ga gamewas
was 88 expected expectedAn pected pectedAn
An exhibition ganteewwas + game was played how however howeve ¬
ever eve which resulted in a seveninning veninn tie tJeScore tieSe
Score Se re 1 to L Joe Mulv Mulvey y scored the theonly theonly
only run for Andrews An rews in the first In Inning inning ¬
ning He sot ot three hits out of three threetrips threetrips threetrips
trips to the pan Walford tallied fat fatthe illthe Inthe
the fourth It was a well played andinteresting and andinteresting aBinteresting
interesting same from rr the startQuantrile start startQuantrillo startQuantrlllc
Quantrillo who was was In the box for forthe f fe
the e Papersellers played good ball bailheld and andheld andbeld
held his opponents to three scattered scatteredhits seatteredhIts scatter scatterhits
hits He Heal8o also showed up well in the Infield in infield iRfleld ¬
field getting three chances in easy eas easfashion y
fashionManager fashion fashionManager fashionM
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Manager M er Buck Oliver of th the South Southeasterns Southeamerns Southeastern
eastern has signed up a new pitcher pitcherin
in Mike Burgees 8 of the G H I team teamHe teamHe teamHe
He will probably twirl his first t game gameFr gamFtWay
Friday FridayHal Fr FtWayHat
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Hal Thompson who wnho leads the league leaguewith leaguewith 1 leaguewith
with the stick will not play today with withthe withthe withthe
the Berry Whltmore bunch owing to t o
his injured ankle It is hoped that thatwill he hewill hewill
will be able to play next Wednesday Wednesdaywhen Wedhesdaywhen VEdnesdaywhen
when his team meets the Walford nine nineManager nineNanager ninea nineManager
+ a
Manager J C Lynn of the Berry
Whitmore team has signed up a new newplayer newplayer
player in W V H Sheppard of the Twin Twining Twining Twining ¬
ing nine in the Independence LeaitHe League LeagueHe Le tc tcHe G
He will be in the center garden for forfirst wiis wiisfirst 9l1sJir s
first t game today against the Herald HeraldAn HeraldS HeraldAn
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An n interesting game is expected today todaywhen tooa3owhen todaywhen
when Berry S Whiamere meets the th e
Herald nine nln as both teams are well up u D
in the race Jim Beckurt and Jim Mur Murphy Iur ¬
phy y a new ne player will compose e the bat ¬
tery cry for the Jewelers while e Monk
Walter and uR Regale rp Ttawlings will willwork willwork
work rtt for or the Newsboys NewsboysRIDICULOUS NewsboYRiDICULOUS
RIDICULOUS THOUGHT THOUGHTWUlie THOUGHTVnUieI
VnUieI WUlie I say ma If dad Was to die diewould diewould diewoahi
would he so to heaven h ven venMar11MJ J f
Ma Mar11MJ n ah Willie WOOs Mite s b 1 been on put
U tJu sr such such ridiculous tthouchls into your
head Lunden Opinion
INDEPENDENCE INDEPENDENCELEAGUE INDEPENDENCELEAGUE
LEAGUE LEAGUEI LEAGUESTANDING
I STANDING STANDINGj STANDINGW
i j W L Pet
St Martins MartinsManbattan 8 8Manhattan I fl
I Manhattan II tn t 4 tom
jSt Pauls 7 7Twining 4
t Twining I I II
National UrIoa i fGAME T 7 4U
X Naamu 2 11 111 J2SGAME 111GAXB
GAME TODAY TODAYSt
St Paul vs Manhattan ManhattanYESTERDAYS 1 1 1TESTRDArS
+ 4 4YESTERDA
YESTERDA YESTERDAYS S RESULT RESULTtng lJlSLwtatc RESULTXw1ah
Xw1ah wtatc tng + gr IS I Natkmal a Union UnionGROUNDS u uGROUNDS lima S
+ 4
GROUNDS GROUNDSLIIIeoIa GROUNDSLincoln
Lincoln avenue and Rhone RIM6ea RIM6en Island Islandavenue IAsdavenue
avenue a northeast northeastT1
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The n T1 > t excellent pHcbing of Burke and andthe aDdeaY7 andth
the th e heavy slugging j of Twinningthe Twinning TwIIH TwIIHthe made madethe
the National Unions an eosy ea eatton propo proposi proposition ¬
tion in the game in which the latter latterwas Jatterwas latterwas
was defeated 12 to 2 L Errors made by byNational b bNational f fNatIoad
National Union OA gave the game away awayBurke awayS awayBurke wa7Budte
+ S
Burke In fanning faJmba sbcteee a of the Na National National National ¬
tional Union batters set a new JIeW8trIkeout newstrikeout season seasonstrikeout
strikeout record Five hits were made madeoff madeof
off him three of which T Trent nt for extra e tra
bases Such a fact attests t that Burke
had a world of speed Yesterdays Y ster aTIl game gamewas samewas gamewas
was the first in which Burke has par participated participated ¬
ticipated for two weeks It reems eeenathough as asthough
though the rest was needed neededPat neededPat j
I
Pat OReilly since his debut m la the theleague 1 I I
league l eague with Twining has proved thea bability h bw bwability s sability
ability as utility man Pat has play playIr played playedin ed
in Ir the outfield caught ea covered third thirdand thirdDel thirdand
and yesterday he held d dawn > wn first a ta
Hal Chase la I all the positions PO poidtisowhich hi hiwhich JawhJeh
which Pat has been inserted he heaovnltted has hasacquitted ass
acquitted himself In good style styleI styleManager I
I Manager Herberts H work took achange a big bigchange
change for tap tii better He H fielded tieJcIeclP hte hteposition heposition
position faultlessly and made two twoHerbert hits hitsHerbert
Herbert of late has not been at ata
best and it is Hoped that he will ill be beto able ableto ableto
to continue contia in the stride he struck yes yesterday yamletday i
terday terdayIt y
+ I
It looked as though the National Xatioaall1nIous
Unions would score in the third thirdDescbard when
Descbard drew a pass n aa was WIt paintIn out outIlfeer
In Rise 11 ner to Downey and Rider RIdon was safe safeon sateon 0IJt1 i intde
on the fielders choice Herbert Herbertthe made madethe ma4ethe
the base OB Downey Dow eys s error Wadeand Wade W hit hitand > I
and Rider went to third but brtfanned Sbert
fanned first and Heam went out oat pitcher t toj to e t j
firstNot + +
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Not a man stole on Joe Geibie and andcate iris htocatching I
cate catching h hiag iag was splendid Joe and Burke Burkealways Burkalways
always 7S been be n Twinings T winning wbm battery batt
and With both at their best looked bet ¬ I
ter than ever everThere everThere
There were six six 0 0There extra bases Diwer Diwerand Dlvv Dlvvand er I Iaad
and Hower each got a triple and Downay Dow Downey Downey ¬
ney a double for Twining Eoert and
Deschard made de threebaggers and Her ¬
bert a double on the Union UnioftIt team teamIt teamIt
+
It seems ems when Mike Downey is isat Isat good goodat
at the bat he falls down miserably misecab m I
the field Yesterday Mike made three I
hits and fell down on one of the three threechances threechances
chances offered olf red him himMARQUETTE I IMARQUETTE
MARQUETTE LEAGUESTANDING LEAGUE LEAGUESTANDING LEAGUESTADING
STANDING STANDINGW
W L I Pet P
Columbia s 1 BAd
Pension Bureau 5 J m x
Diamond t 5 4 s5c 1
C P Tel 4 t g 4 1y 4149NJ
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Hygienic i ftt r I IGAE
y Laboratory 1 7 7GAME < j jGAME
GAME TODAY
Pension vs Diamond A C CYESTBRDAYS C CYESTERDAYS
+ 0 0YESTERDAYS
YESTERDAYS RESULT
C CehKaMa 1tJ Ml 5 5G G P PO O 1 1GROUNDS L LGROUNDS LGROUNDS
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GROUNDS
First a Ad d W streets str northwest norUtwestG R Utwest UtwestG
G P 0 came near r proving a seriousOjJpOIteItt serious seriousopponent
opponent for the Columbia Printers
who found trouble in defeating it 5 to 1 L
Herreltts effectvenee e effecttveniwith with Ith the bases basesoccupied
occupied alone saved the Printers Print r from 1ro
defeat defeatNine deCeatNine defeatNine
Nine of the Government Gov rnaent Clerks died dl die d
on the bases In n me rte second seco secondvo jvo were wereon wereon we weon
on with none Gown own when Herrell re re r e ¬
tired the side in easy style In th
fourth three got on bui bu one scored bti
fore the side skI was retired retiredSeveral retiredSeveral
Y
Several new faces were seen on the
field G P O had Johnsoo at second
Moore in center and Beach pitching pitch
Owen at second base Waldenlelch Waldenleichtight fn fnright I
right and Crown in center were the new ne w
recruits on the Columbia nine nineFischer n te teFi
+ a
Fischer Fi played a good game for the t th f
losers making three difficult putouts putoutsand patoutsand putoutand
and driving out two hits hitsThe hitsThe
+
The game was one of the fastest t eon
testa played this year the duration be be
inc 1 hour and 39 minutes There was wasplenty w wpleIty beas 3S asease
plenty plel1 y of pepper all along alo the route routeBoth routeBoUt routeBoth
+ I
Both catchers were off f in their base
throwing throwln eight bases being i stolen stolenC stolenGovernment i iGovernment
C I IGovernment
Government Government Printing Prlnt Office te at the
last minute strengthen stre strengthening then1 their team I i imored
Governmentngerk8
The Government Clerks have Ye It Js ru ruIItOIM rumorel
morel made an effort e ort to sign Harry Harr < IBtuleJo
inlet of Technical High Bill Bmtey BiftleT1 I3in i
of Business Bu ines and WMtmarsh et the tin C
Mv 2icnr hattans attans Independence League I
JEFFRIES IS HEADY HEADYTO
TO CLOSE ° jcTRAINING jcTRAININGToday TRAINING TRAININGToday
Today Will Probably See SeeEnd SeeEnd
End of Hard Work at atGOVERNORS atM atMC3na
M MC3na MC3naGOVERNORS IJa IJaGOVERNORS
GOVERNORS VISIT VISITPLEASES VISITPLEASES VISITPLEASES
PLEASES FIGHTER FIGHTERCall
Call By Nevada Executive M Mtd es esBig kec
Big Fellow Feel Happy HappyReiio i iReao I IReDO
ReDO ReiioJEFRIES Gotsrp i iJEFMEff I IJEJIR1ES
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JEFMEff TKAIKI2W CAMP CAMP1ft0 CAMP1ft0June iOBHa iOBHaJune
June M leIf If present t plans are not notalter JIOCaltez s
alter altez and there to no IflEeOhooa Chat thatthey
they will be this is the last time tteill Jon Jonwill
dlatl
will ill pat in a full days work ork for Mon Mondays eoya
days Ys battle He was about early Iy to tot totake
t take advantage a of the anal day da setfur set
for or himself This was to be his last lastiays laatGny lastsays I
says Gny < practice with the gloves clo oxcept ex except 4mept ¬
cept for the benefit of picture pictureuud padaraud men
uud this does not worry him himWilliam hi hiWil1iaJa himWilliam
William Moidoon uJ400 does not t agree agreewith aerewith
with lth Jeffries handlers that Jim I Ihad has hashad Whad
had all the boxing i needs needsHe neeosHe JMedHe
He needs Judgment t of time tIlDeI8taAa andrlstanct and anddistance
distance said Muldoon today and aadhe
he is not getting it Jie His is making amistake a amistake
mistake mistakeTbe mJatakeTbe
Tbe big bear felt frisky fris this thJaIn mom momin I
in ing when he arose and he appeared appeai ed edless
less I worried No doubt the visit of ofGovernor ofGovernor
Governor LHckersoa lId the big crowd crowdyesterday erowdyeaterday crowdyesterday 1
yesterday added to the th giants good goodfeeling goodfeeling
feeling Outwardly he appears to todislike todtliUke todislike
dislike crowds bu but many believe that thatis thathe thate
he e is greatly misunderstood and that thats thatis
I h is s sense of humor is not appreciated appreciated3a4 ppredatedIac
i Jack Iac McAulur former fo for9 r lightweight Ughtwelgntchampion Ugbtwelpteballaptoa lightweighthampion
champion c was at Jeffries camp to tosee tasee
see the governors 0verDOIa reception and andJims adJt
Jims Jt J last important workout workoutCondition workoutCondition orkoutCond1
Condition counts more than JIcIatiDC g Hr
in winning said Jack Bow this big
fellow r lGW must have suffered to get downthe down downthe do doUte
the way he has A man gets feverish feverishand feftri8baDd feverishand
and cranky and it to awful before you youJeff
aaw a wK It way ttJ tJatlgi with the proemsog proems
Jeff J og deserves a lot of credit for what he behas heIaa heas
has h as done doneJeff doceIe
Jeff said this morning that he would wouldperusal
perusal v vrft J11 l It the arena and test tile thobvaids tileIIaJds thehuatds
bvaids o the ring nngsprint
I oat want It any snore of these softsyuieht n nma
sprint boards > in a any ring nat that I fight fightin ftchtIa
in be said When I met Fttssimmo Ftt FttSaa Fttarimmoasn s sIn
> In n San Francisco 1Ir Frax the boards were ere so soprny soqJr
qJr evrie prny ntY y that whoa wbea I started after the theold theold
old o ld fellow t Dow with my 2 2 > pounds I sank sankL saaItaDd sankand
aDd be went u up In the sir and popped poppedp
p L I cm Id not get good at alL it was wasnrst wasnst
wit lik Ii 111 + warwnL Mkn Iina lc a net 1 Every v vry ry am amI tiDIceI fined finedI
I stepped forward the boards went weatwib down downwih downW
W wih h me meI
I rail U test that ring myself and if it itto ItIs
Is not stiff tiff they will have to strengthen at
C < I rimply y cant box oa springsV springsVJOHNSON 8priapJOHNSON
JOHNSON ELATED ELATEDABOUT ELATEDABOUT
ABOUT CONDITION CONDITIONJOHNSOJoS
JOHNSONS S TRAINING CAMP CAMPRENO CAXPRENO CAMPRlN0
RENO June EJoy 30 Joy Joy reigns supremethe supreme in inthe Intbe
the Johnson Joltnsam camp today I i
This is o due te t many recent recentnitres statements statementsmade st t8
made that Johnson is the faster fighter
though not the stronger Jack Is Isthankful isthankful
thankful and appreciative of the fact factthat
that he has squared himself with the tbepublic
public p ublic in doing bis training as be saw sawfit sa salit saSt w
fit He also feels that hisnot his action in innot Innot
not training until be thought thoughtime it was wastime waslime
time has been justified Theregttedlon There to no noquestion DOqae
question doD about the ebony giants con condition CODditioD ee ¬
dition dl and yesterday he again took a agriod apoOd
griod g workout for his own benefit Jack Jackwill JilekwW Jackwill ac
will not drop hill training until Fridayand Friday Fridayand
and may go pat at things again sin Saturday
If he feels he needs ii iL He to determined net netto inland
to enter esit the ring at 388 pounds poundsToday i
Today be was told of the highly hJ hi7 COBS COBSpllmetttary tompifneentary
pllmetttary remarks made conc CGbCYDtDg rniag i t
him h im by b730vemor Governor overnar Dickemon and Mui Muiooon tui t
ooon the fighting and athletic author authoritr nuthorYeli uUtortt
itr itrWell tt Well said ld Johnson what Ilk sirs Old Oldyou tiJdOU iiidyou I
you OU exx ex gty6tt 6Ct 6CtOLYJ1PIA ct ctOLYMPIA
OLYMPIA LEAGUE LEAGUESTAXDIKG LEA GlUE I ISTAXDING
STAXDIKG sTA fnlli c t
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Tangiewood 4 X sail
Prospects Pr + espects 1 t tMadeira G l4 < 1
Madeira 1 1GAME S JU JUGAXE
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GAME TODAY TODAYYESTERDAYS TODAYT TODATTans
T Tans sooed VB St idtaphena ia iaYJP5rBItDAYS
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YESTERDAYS RKSCLTOMves JUISULr4T RILL RILLOBves
OMves 4 4T Tenleytown S SGROUNDS S SGJlOL
+ S SGll
GROUNDS GROUNDSThtrtyftfth GJlOL GJlOLaD4 Gll 4LWI3 I3 I3Thirtyfifth
Thtrtyftfth and V streets streeUODe northwest northwestOne
One of the best games f4 pulled off this thisseason I I1IeUOD
season was given I vea to the cans ta as yostrnlij i iwhen
I
Tenkyonterda TenkyonterdayWwn
when the Olives downed Tenleytown yWwn yWwnto 4J J Jto
to 2 TIle contest was Suburbanitesbattle a pitchers pitchersbetween battle battlebetween battleSullivan
between Jones of the Suburbanites SuI II1Uaitel and andSullivan adSuUIYaD andr
Sullivan of the GeorgetowBers the fo for former forI r ¬
mer having ha a shade the better of ofargument the theargument I I
argument j jTenleytown
+ 0 0Tenleytown I
Tenleytown Ten town started off with a rush 1U8h1 i iG
George G ora singled s and scored on Stadfer StadferIhome s shome I
home run That ended it it as Sullivan Sullivanreplaced SulUv1replaced Sulu v8 sn
replaced Kidwrtl Kidw Il and the suburbaaltes suburbaalteswent suburba 1tes 1tesent v8es es
went ent out in order until the sixth sixthI
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At the Sportsmans Camp CampKxtrc I
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BLANKS FOR THE FOURTH FOUKTHRevolvers FOURTHRevoln 4iH 4iHRevolvers
Revolvers rs and an Pistols at redaced retlae repacedPrices redacedPrices
Prices Everything la our line HHCNATIONAL JiaeNAlli lineNarloNAt I
NATIONAL NAlli > SPORTING 2 GOODS tCO CO
434 Math Street Stt + ePt Northwest b I
MOBILE 1 1PLEASESORPHANS CLUB CLUBDI CLUBPLEASES
rLLiOLu PLEASES DI PI PLEASESORPHANS PLEASESORPHANSTots ncrc rflr ORPHANS ORPHANSTots IlnrHfify UnFllttlio UnFllttlioTots flDDUAMO
Tots Grateful l for Happy DaC DaCWith Da DaWith DacWith
With Washington WashingtonMotorists WashingtonMotorists WashingtonMotorists
MotoristsHAVE Motorists MotoristsHAVE MotoristsHAVE
HAVE GOOD TIME TIMEDURING TIMEDURING TIMEDURING
DURING AFTERNOON4 AFTERNOON4Three
Three Th ree ee Hundred Taken T Tfl ea to t Glen GlenEcbc GlenEcile
Ecbc In I Cars LaMied LaMiedi
i l By Owisers Owiserstne oersIIIet OwaasThe
The IIIet sasst w eoese sl adsrin fT of oftile ofe
tile th e stet tattle die atatory ai C the intomiallrj ltkrrellileCIsO tr intomiallrjCm If I ICIIII
Cm CIIII of Washington w is the dM1IowIIIc verdict Way Waytdkwheg mdayfcUowmg
fcUowmg the ataroad nil I eraasjM erpbaas Py < yes yesterday JCIIy JCIIFor yesteedsp ¬
terday y afternoon afternoonFor tftemsoaFor
For nearly five av boon mo more uetones ue than tIuatot JW SNlets JWtots
tots from the different dlre ent + nk uprises jliasjs of thisdry this thiseky tIaicity
city were W Ie guests of the motorists and andtf aDdIf andu
tf there was anything anythingmight passlllis fast tIIttdIt fastmight
might nave have been bee dome fist their tIIefrBaetIt enjoy enjoyment sIoyeat ¬
ment m eat and pleasure that was pas overlooked overlookedit
it WAS certainly unintentional on the thepan tilepan thepars
pan of tho tbae e In charge chapIJa chargeIn
IJa put years tb principal trouble tNtabIewas troublewas
was Ia ebtalieg eBOaIda lmehbees I t0carry to
carry aB the children and yet that tea zeaterday reaIIad teaet
m et some had to be left Ilsenea t ttenlay yes yesetday
terday l there was nothjna w wvnottsntted am thepe the
vnottsntted pe ed ccceos nf the tile1Ie8ty day dayPteaty dayPlenty
Plenty of Cats CaraOwners CatsOwners CarsoMn
Owners of ofday private ears sad dealers dealersplaced rs rspIaced
placed iii tile tisposal of the mans mansdry a a0CJP1t
day committee 0CJP1t dsea enuvsjb a6te machines cL to tocarry tocarry tocarry
carry comfortably OOIA ortabIy al 1 wile could Hake Hakethe Jthe makee
the th e trip and so well wan the whs whale e line linecontrolled UIIeeoatreIled linentrolled t
controlled co ntrolledalit hat then was no > r axtesastt atteu pt at atspedina atII atspeeding
speeding t any time tiI8eTIle tunaThe timeThe
The party part left Franktta Park shortly shortlySpeedway uyalter shortlyafter
alter 1 oJock lid welt through thespeedway the theSpeedwar
Speedway giving many eC the yarnsnes young youngones rouog0IHa
ones o their firt Ib + t view a of the river rhertbe From Vromthe Fromthe
the Speed wt > r the th jjroeeaajoo went to toGlen toGka t0len
Glen G len BSeh here the orphans had their theirhseat 1IIIeirbIaeIt theireet
hseat b eet tree f It f the day layThe dayAutomobile MyTIle
TIle whose p k k with fteIy t amassmeat tnat
nat feature had been lease 1ty the theutomobile
Automobile A Club and for three hours hoarsthe 1IDarBtM hoursthe
the 3M youngsters shanty y bad the time tteneof timeof timef
of o f their lives They were furnished im eished pea peanuts peaDOta peauts ¬
nuts n uts and candy and then were turned turnedloose t1InIedloose turnedloose
loose on the scenic railroad the thehydraulic theJaydraalle theydraulic
hydraulic h dive the Kerrygoround 11 ree rrp o rord and andall an anall an3all
all the eer other attractions Finally they theysaw theysaw Theysaw
saw the moving pictnreaBy pIdBy pictures picturesBy
By ids tike the whole narty wne sohoroughly so sothoroughly sothoroupIy
thoroughly t tired that they came ont on onthe 011tile dohe
the t he lawn Ja and every orphan was ftur fturniahed 1IIrnJMed iarnWaed
niahed with an ice cream cone coneShortly C8DLSbGnIy oarsflhortly
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