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EL MR RUSSELLPROVE RUSSELLTI RUSSELL RUSSELLTwo
PROVE PROVEFAILURE PROVEFAILUREwo FAILURE FAILURETwo
Two TI wo of Highest lout Priced Play Players Playern PIa Y Yers
ers in Recent Years Prove ProveDisappointments ProveDisappoi ProveDisappointments
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Not N < smee the big four fourBnJ8tIMn Riehardeon RiehardeonBronthers R1dsroBtother
Bronthers awe and White were pur purchased purcbaaed ¬
chased 1nIm om the Buffalo dub by Detroit Detroitby ItIn t tin
In ltd aIr2l Srr iQN1 has tiwre 1 suet It Ite aseneesiam
e seneesiam as that caused b7 tile recent reoeatMIICiIaIte recentpurchase
purchase of Lefty Russell for torby alZSeS alZSeSby
by Connie enie Mack from the theclub Baltimore Baltimoreclub Balthooreclub
club clubIt clubIt clubIt
It sr sure re sounded like the fall of Baby BabyIon BabyJon BabyIon
Ion when it was announced that Conniehad Connie Conniehad Coantebad
had bought t a pitcher for that price whobaa who whohas whobaa
baa never never shown wn in the big league easue It Ithas Itr Ithas
r has also been some time ntnce a story storyof storyof
of this kind was waspages printed pa tile front tlVlltpaps frontpegen
pages of the aewspapeiIn newspapers newspapersIn
In 1WZ 1 when Mike Kelly was pur purchased lUrch purchased ¬
chased ch by the Boston eh dub IromChioa3o IromChioa3ofor from as astor Chicago Chicagofor
for SMK and tbea when Cmrksoa CIaaIc8GRa waspurchased was waspurchased
purchased a year later for the tileJIICMIIIt eats aamajust eatsamount
JIICMIIIt amount the baseball fans c New York Yedtju8t Yorkjust
just went dippy President Soden of theBoston the theBoston 11MBo
Boston dub bought t so mach of the tiledaI tirodeAL thedeal
deal that the canceled checks wore warefrane woreframed weretrIMIII
framed frane d andhong andhongofnee II over < the 4h Ja Ilk Ilkot1Iee Irisotfl
ofnee ofneeplayer ot1IeeTea otfl i iTen
Tea tit thouaad deIJars for a sID bsNplayer 1NdI 1NdIpla7el
player was wasthe the hIPter mark JDarkthe xwde xwdethe
the New York National League eta etapayed CII CIIpaye dtfitpaged
paged I D illoM H for r Rube Marquard Xuquaw who whowas wiw wiwwas
was w jjuiih p clt pr < T from the Indtonapone bMlla1I1111Fclub
club Do these big prices affect ect theplayer the eplayer
player who Is JUIeb8 p rcbaed for this thisas anORmt anORmtas
as be goes to to pitch his ant same to Jaast Inoast
fast ast company eompauyTh eompanpThis
This Th Is the question que asked all over the thebaseball tileba8ebaU tinebaseball
baseball circuit The White Sox turned turnedover tunaedover turntover
over 8i 8 S for Blackburn and so far he hehas bebas hehas
has been eaa a disappointment So SoarRube SoarRubeMarquanl far Rube Rubethe RubeMsrguard
Marquanl has DOt been much for the theGiants tIMGiants theGiants
Giants However the managers of the thethink LItehighpt1ced thehighpriced
highpt1ced playero think they will be beof beof beof
of good service aervketo to the dub despite the thehigh theh thehigh
high h h amount of money JIIOIM7Ia1d laid out for those thoseplayas tb tboplayers a e eplayers
players But what the fans want to toknow toknow toknow
know Is was the talent which cost costJ315W C08tm
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GAMS TODAY TODAXHcrsM TODAYHYAIIIIrewIJ TODAYHasidd
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Georgia Georgia avenue and Keayon 8RYeB street streetnorthwest streetnortkwe streetT
northwest northwestWalford G t tWalt
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Walford Walt took a listless game p fromBevy from fromBery froBery
Bery ft Whtanore nine yesterday af afternoon atterDOOll afternoon ¬
ternoon before a small crowd by S to toThe tee teiThe teeThe
The Thelies avenue lade won the same ill the thesecoad thesecond
second seeeion when they scored five taJ taJUes tellies
lies as the result of three hits lDcIoding includ including iucladtng ¬
ing a triple and aDda a homer During the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter stages of the contest t the Jewelers Jewelerstried Jewelerstried Jewelerstried
tried in vain to tie up the score but butor butthe butthe
the be they could to was to core ODe ODeor seeor
or two runs when Pitcher Nine X of the theThe thewinners
winners would tighten up sad fan Ute Utehatter thenext I
next hatter hatterThe batterThe
The Comerctol ComerctolHerald Comet alLen Lea ue 1aas will seegan see JIeea
a geed pule gan tbi afternoon WIIea the tbeHenN theIferl
Herald d aud nd Andrews AJMtrewwa t tte texas texasRaw9les
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Wooobarn 38 38Takoma I IT r4 r4Takaaaa
Takoma T J JBrightwood 10 I Iii K6Brightwood
Brightwood It ItSilver 11Silver 7 1 on onelver
Silver Sprmar S SGAME 9 301 301GA
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GAME GA TODAY TODATBrightwood TODAYYL AY AYBrlgbtwOOd
Brightwood vs Silver SIberYESJSRDA Spring SpringYESTERDAYS
YESTERDAYS YESJSRDA 1 rTrRDAYS rs RESULTS RESULTSWoonnvm RBSULTSW RSStILTSWeoib
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In a ODe onesided il PIDe me yesterday after afternooi ftcD afternoon
noon Woodburn defeated the Tacoma Takotnanin Tacoma31lD
nin by E to 1 L Takoma Takomahit Io OK account aecoutof
of at eta i IIIIIy errors aDd the IaabIDty to
hit A large crowd was present presentWllkteg MeMlltI MeMlltWDIdns presentWilkins
Wilkins who pitched I ed for the winners winnerswas wIaItenwall wIeeerawas
was a stumbling < block to his opponent opponentswbo OW opponentwho LB ents entswho
who were able to get et only Ave hits
He fanned seven men and scored two tworuns tweruns tworuns
runs himself h with one hit hitTwo JIltTwo hitTwo
Two dOable plays featured the con
teat t Takoma asoma recording recot both both Btad Blades n to toMARQUETTE
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GROUNDS
First and W streets streetsBy streetBy streetsBy
By mushing l with a rush kWon Brookland Brooklandwon Bro cised cisedwon
won Its nrst rsR game te the Marquette MarquettetLeague
tLeague League from Hygienic Laboratory 14
toed to lthesptendid I the splendid work of the Brook
land pitchers who held their opponents
to four bite kept the small end of the thescore
score coreJ low ° wl Barley was easily hit and
the support given him was not good goodShipfey gooclSh goodShipley
Shipfey Sh started the pKchhur for Brook1 Brook1Wheh Brook
land twirling for five Innings lid 81
Jowl lowing three flits aI1 of Wheh cme to tostellar
the a flrat t Jledert relieved 1Iha him and III
th the fear remaiubig i udons allowed but betone
one bit
1 1dLat
Mooee at third for the Jeers did the
stellar work of UM mm paw m geftig e tttn ball tnir tnirof
of his teams teID bib and andfleMm fielding hS its tO St
ties at thfard te great style styhxhl IItteSo styleS
So S SuIIhaa pit three hits and scored
tt two < Yuan YuanGeorge
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George ee tbrued t 11 his AO stick k
by hl fc bRIJbIa oat < a R d twooamjer two er Hwk Hwkm He
m ala R gets eonytktns 4 i PMJI thing that eemcs his way
in center centertentay centerTauUl
jnTulllln
Tulllln aecoop shed the odd feat Je8
tentay terda of phvyteg te two twodiffereiEt pates Ia two
d differeiEt = leagues In the theMartta Iedtyrendemee T 1eRI e
League b p1IQei a good PIBe fet St 9taiartln
Martta 143 rtIII for several tatnmcs and then thenwrnt ueW thatscent
scent W Dt over to the Mamuette e etonk Lengne andtook and andtook
took right field for BnookIaKrug Brookland BrooklandKrug a aKMIIf
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Krug had Ms tluowln thtownrarm O arm In good goodfettle goodfettle
fettle fet e getting two twoColeman acne at atIIIId seeori seeorib
b Coleman had a anutkinfr IM day at atmaklltt soomd soomdmakls
makls nutkinfr A to e tute vut outs stn and lour noalats asslatsout tsou noalatsout
out ou c of as a many ehaneesC ehaneesGeorge rhsiirtr eIIeJIeelid rhsiirtrGeorge
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George Georgeto toand and andhit hitBe Be HeteCutf HI Rsa Id were Sw stair saHyplavevs mypla stairp
plavevs pla p to hit for extra extraBarter b sack eaeIttIIIC ck ckgettia
gettia tIIIC tIIICBar1e7 a aBatley
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Barter woo w a bit w8 wfla Be Befnr eras o hit hitfor hitfor
for tot en antattea iL and 1m Ia rnrfrssi jnn e sb fc hat hatters 1IIrttel ¬
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DELOS DRAKE DRAKEDSTROIT DRAKEDETROIT DRAKEDETROIT
DETROIT Xich Xfc tich July 3LJbray 3LJbrayMcAleer SL 2LXcAleer Jtamrr JtamrrXcAleer
XcAleer is trying to induce the Tigers Tigexto TJwcte
to cut the string trl on Delos Drake who whoWashington wMIs wh whio
Is BOW III the TriJtate Lee ar 4 Jet JetWa letWashington
Washington Wa h buy him hieOn himOn wOn
On any other team but the thewhJeh Titterwhich Tiger Tigerwhich
which has an unusually strong eetfiddDrake ontfleld ontfleldDrake UIeJd UIeJdDrake
Drake would have been retained this thtespring UdasprIag thisspring
spring He played brflUantly down downSouth cIowaSouth downSouth
South sad his hitting was terrinc Drake Drakehad DrakewIJ Drakewas
was discouraged ed because be roused tee behad teead
had no chance to break tote Detroits Detroitsouter DetroIowter Detrettsouter
outer works woksDrake worksDrake worksDrake
Drake might be an Irnpavem Improvement JmplGIMllltLeltyelt nt over overLeHveit overLeilvelt
LeHveit because of his hitting < V V1Ieth V1Iethft both bother nether ¬
er or not he could do as well against againstbig sgaIn pIIIIItDIg t tbig
big league pitchers remains to 0 01Nt > > s seen seenbut seenbut
but he te a baM douter who Ur r to be befeared 1teteared befeared
feared at any time timeDrakes tIlDeDrake timeDrakes
Drakes disposition dI te not the kind kindthat 1dIIcltJIat kindthat
that will make him popular with his hteteam listeJII histeam
team mates He te inclined to Menab Menabuek crabmuch crab crabmuch
much uek the same as did Jetwe J Burkett Burnettdaring Burkettduring Burkettul1IIg
during his major league career But ButaCcAleer ButXcAJeer ButMcAleer
aCcAleer te willing wiU to take a chance chanceINDEPENDENCE eINDEPENDENCE chanceINDEPENDENCE
INDEPENDENCE INDEPENDENCELEAGUE INDEPENDENCELEAGUE INDEPENDENCELEAGUE
LEAGUE LEAGUES LEAGUESIDING
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GAME TODAY TODAYNassau TODATvs
Nassau vs vsYESTERDAYS 1IIaIIbatu 1IIaIIbatuYESERDArs MassiattansYESTERDAYS
YESTERDAYS RSSOLT RSSOLTSt Rf ULY ULYSt
St Martin I National Unton U UI UGROUNDS t tGROUKDS SGROUNDS
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GROUNDS GROUKDSLloceto GROUNDSL10celn GROUNDSLlncein
Lloceto and Rhode Island avenues aveavesWKh aVelMMSoWith avenuesS avenuesWith
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With Leonard Leonnllll te great form St Mar Martin IartIa Martin ¬
tin has little trouble defeating def National NationalLeonard XatloaaltiltloD NationalUnion
Union i to 0 Del taking second Place PlaceLeoRanl placeLeonard
Leonard was at his best holding 1IoId Ids Idsopponents hteopponents hiliu
opponents tc two hits and fanning taJa eight eightThe eightThe t tTh
The Th opposing oppo twirier twh ler Cooley started startedstrong JttrtedJItroftg startedstrong
strong but in the fourth weakened and andht aacl1ft andha
ht the nve five remamhtc r innings was found tGUlldfor foundfor
for thirteen hits hitsIn hitsIa hitsIa
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Ia his initial game with St Martin TaartmJack XarihaJack MartinJack
Jack Car batted 1W LM gettag a triple tripledouble tripledovbie tripledoable
double awl two stories out of four fourtiroes teMlrtiIDe8 fourtimes
times up He made two runs and stole stolea Jltolebase
a base Jack Ailed Hed ht rather handily te tethe IIIthe inthe
the place of Colllngsworth who te out outof OQtor outof
of the game with a spiked foot footNational footNatloRal footNational
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National Union had th the strongest line linep llDeup lineup
up p on hand that it has bad this this1MMt sea seaMi
lso hadformidable
son son5t Mi St Martin a amater also inlso lsothe had a formidable formidableroster fonnldableroster
sono roster o and was wathat wathats s hi the thehad game aU the thetime thetJme thetime
time It was one of the most interestIn4 interest interestIng
Ing and fastest ta t contests t8 of the season Ha80ILHetl seasonHeinman
1 Heinman alan has been playing a clever clevergame cJey cJeypme clevergame
game at third for St Stshone Martin and out outshone outeYftT ¬
shone every previous performance Hr ormauce with withhte wttIahis withhis
his sensational catch yesterday In the theflret tileAiM thefirst
AiM he got Hdnckles foul fly after afterrunning attcnma a arunning
running nma behind the benches after it itPrice It ItPrlee itPrice
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Price proved a valuable man te the thespot theIIeCOnd thesecond
second by y helping Cooley over rough rouckspot roughCooiey
spot With one down erma Cooley hit hitaact s a man manand
Mu Muta
and ItWould it looked very vv much like a St Mar Martin XarU ¬
tin taand would Wouldhooked tally t trehSd bet by fast work Price Priceretired PrIceret1re
add addMorgan
retired the side sidefor sideforgaa
Morgan played a good game ill short IIbortfor shortfor
for the losers got a hit and had the thedistinction thel thedistinction
distinction l of being the only man to tosteal teeal toonI
steal eal on Brewer BrewerSOUTHERN BrewerSOUTHERN BrewerSOUTHERN
SOUTHERN RAILWAY RAILWAYLEAGUE RAILWAYLEAGUE RAILWAYLEAGUE
LEAGUE LEAGUESTANDTNG LEAGUESTANDiI
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Auditors u S STrafne 0 1 1Traf 1101 1101TrafSe
Trafne Traf J JOperatiag S SOpertl 2 011 011Operating
Operating Opertl t 4 4Bookkeepers 4 11M 11MBookk 651Bookkeepers
Bookkeepers Bookk 3 3Treasurers I a aTreasurers fitTresaurers
Treasurers > 2 2Law S SIAw 301 301Law
Law 1 1 S SGAMB m mGA1II1i 111CAME
CAME TODAY TODAYTreasttrers TODAYTre TODAYTrenoorres
Treasttrers Tre urers vs Y1LYESTERDArs Operating OperatingN OperatingYESTERDAYS
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YESTERDAYS 1UJSUL RBSULTS RBSULTSNo s sNe
N Ne game scheduled scheduledGHOUNDS scheduledGRO scheduledr scheduledGRONDS
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GHOUNDS GHOUNDSWest GRO GRONDSWest DS DSWest
West diamond Sllipse EIUpeeS EIUpeeThat SllipseThat e eTttat
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That a good umpire is not appre appreciated aJtPreelated appredated ¬
elated is a feeling prevalent in many manyleagues manyleagues 7 71eaguS
leagues of th tM city l In this circuitthe circuit circuitthe clrcldtthe
the officials o were fortunate in secur securing urthe oecuri ¬
ing i > i the services of Herbert t La Lattghton Lattghtonwho Laugtltoawho Trident
who is without a doubtarbiter doubt an efficient efficientarbiter melentarblter
arbiter and who has in the thebe games gamesbe gamesbe
be has officiated o < shown the strictest strictestImpartiality strictestImpartiality tJ1etatImpartiality
Impartiality In the game Tuesday Tueeclayurbg Tuesdayduring
during his ab absence the jot 5 was un undertaken UDrtaken undertaken ¬
dertaken rtaken Ty iy a trio of C wouldbe wouldbevmpg wouZtlbeliMPS wouldbeamps
liMPS with a poor result The game gamewas gaJIIen8 gamews
was n8 one eo eo1t1DUa1 itinuaJ wrangle wnuI e both sides sidesdimming 8ic1eseJdminl sidesc
dimming c among aa easy victory had the de decisions decbloas decirions
cisions favored then thenMurphy the therpby themMurphy
+
Murphy > rpby of the Treasurers now nowlends tOWkedS nowleads
lends tie t1 league 1 in hitting with a apercentage antage apercentage
percentage ntage of 5O it 500 At the last print printIng printing
Ing h of the averages aYe a he was topped by byBeach bYBea bynail
Beach h and Oliver OUv r but both these thesehenry eJMoayY thesevy
henry vy stickers have fallen do dovirtue down and andvirtue lidbT
bT virtue of not having hari plated pI 7ed Mur MurhoNte Murpity Mary
pity y holds ko his ld original percentage percentageAll
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All of the postponed tO contests in this thisthe thiSle8gue thislesgne
le8gue will be p11 pJf1Yed < yed oC before thee the theeVse
eVse t 1e of the t e season sea son and It is up to toUe toUe tohe
Ue schedule committee CC to arrange arrangethe arrangethe
the t playing oft of these e games as Boon BoonII soon soonas soonas
as opportunity permits permitsCarter tft1DI1aCarter permitsCarter
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Carter bad ed d a peculiar record In his
hitting hlttln in in the TrafficLaw game me Tues TuesI ¬
day when he hit safely three times timesand tlmeand timesand
and grounded ultdecl out as many times tc tca tc t
the a second baseman I
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Southern 11 11Car 3 4K 4KCar
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Trainmen 2 2Station ZStatieB S alit alit9atien
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Station vs SouthernESTERDAYS Southern SouthernYESTERDAYS SoYthenaYESTERDA
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Adamc 4 Car CarGROt ca D Department DepartmentGROUNDS partm it 1 1GROUNDS
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GROUNDS GROUNDSFifth GROt GROUNDSFifth DS DSFUtk
Fifth street and Florida avenue north northeast JIOItMISt northeast ¬
east eastEtenvejr eastHasavey
MIStAdttJB Etenvejr Adams AdttJBIpltdlee Ipltdlee pitcher eher won fame fameyesterday fameystesdnl
yesterday and HtddentaBy 1 ta117 a agme game gamewhich peeW
which W put t his team t aUonger to Iebce apie nrst nrstplace
place pie He succeeded fat strlktog sstrWArgtwentyone out outtwentyone outtweat7o118
twentyone batters 1IalteIsDeparuaent and holdingDepartment holding Car CarDepartment
Department to tw two ran rams willie his team teamscored ttami itemscored
i scored four fourCallow fourCaIIoCar
I Callow CaIIoCar of o Car earpartJDeIIt Department pitched pk pksame a agame apille
game which under ordinary ordinaryI ordinarysanceS circum circumstances drcumtaDce ¬
stances should have won for him He Heallowed HeI Heallowed
I allowed but six hits and fanned five fiveHanveys Avet iveeys
Hanveys eys work far overshadowed his hisand II IItile hisand
t and the game went against him himpreposttiOH JLII himS
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II L The big twirler mast be gives credit creditfer creditfer
fer more e good work t J his strikeout IItrUteoutfeat strikeoutf
feat f anat He was also n OR tile hitting hIttiDJfJIIOtIIdoR hittingThe
preposttiOH preposttiOHThe
The left side oftbe of the infield I far CarDepartment Car CarDepartment CarJepubnent
Department wri guilty ty of a total of ofeven ofVeD ofseven
even VeD errors S Sullivan at hurt wa waresponsible wu wubIe wasregonMbIe
responsible bIe for three and McDonald oI n ntIaJrcI en enthird onthird
third made e the scorer seer work wrIteIIaIkID overttme overttmechalking vothmschalking
chalking down roar to MB eslu column columnBandy eaIImuLHaady a aSandy
Bandy of Car Department not four fourstole tamJItOIea fourstolen
stole bases basesBetween ha8e8Between basesBetween
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Between Peek and Jewett for foroe Atariflier Atari Adamirihere
flier were four putouts ts for the other otherpmyrrg otberCateblag otherplayers
players Catching th Ute third strike and andpotting andpath
potting ll < a couple out at Ant oonsUtnted oonsUtntedall
all the work There were werewt werewtl but two as asbecause aseMs
eMs because l e Peck had to throw two twoout twoJIIeII twomen
men out at first bv 1 reason of not catch catchtor eateIathe catchlug
lug the third thirdSouthern strike strikeS BtrikeSoUterK strikeSouthern
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Southern and Station play todaySoutbern today todaypercentage
Boutllera baa a e chance ance te 1 up tile tilepereeatase thepercentage
percentage by defeating the Station Stationteam 8tatIoaeYeD Stationtent
team and even up on Adams for thevictory the thevictory UtevIetory
victory yesterday yesterdayOLYMPIA ye yesterdayOLYMPIA tenJyOLYMPIA
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Tenleytown Tetdeyt WII M MTanglewood 7 7JdwGod j 611 611TaRgiiewood
Tanglewood JdwGod I IGeorgetown J2
Georgetown S SSf 1 2Iit 1609prtans
9prtans Sf Sp rtans 2 T r M MGAME 101 101GAXE 7LI 7LGAME
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GAME TODAY TODAYSt
St Stephens Sep ea vs Georgetown GeorgetownYESTERDAYS GaGrJ GaGrJYESTERDATS GeorgetownYESTERDAYS
YESTERDAYS RESULT RESOIETenleytown RESULTTetlleytOWB RES4iLTTenleytown
Tenleytown 16 Taegkwosd Tangh Ta > wood I IGROUKDS I IGROUNDS 1GROUNDS
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GROUNDS GROUKDSThirtyfifth GROUNDSntktyMth GROUNDSThirtyflub
Thirtyfifth and V streets northwest JI northwestTeuleytewn northwestTenleytown t tT
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Tenleytown T defeated iefeat Tangle Tapleweod ew wood by astore a aHeavy ae
e of H 0 S Ia a Heavy hitting con contest 11t8t osntest ¬
test The losers succeeded lUC ede tat pfltegup pfltegupefcven piling up upeleven
eleven errors which added to the theftt sv svtrteen seventeen
trteen ftt hits made by the winners wtaIten wtaItenbe helped helpedthe helpedthe
the scornneFox Acortae AcortaePox DC DCFox
+ S
Fox and Rawttags for the losers were werethe Wftethe werethe
the only oaI two tw on their side who did not notlated JIOtmaIIe notumie
maIIe m moues aDd are u be eoucra1u eoucra1ulaUd congratulated
lated on the icC act I ia tnglewood iewood played a aloose abone
loose gains all around and did not dip disnlay clIoIaY dipclay
clay anything like the form that it hasgames has hasChanpie haSill
ill games suetc suet JMUKCbaD
S
c Chanpie ample of Tenleytown realey own led at the bat batHe batHe betHe
He got two doubles > and two singlesC3orge singles singleshitless
C3 lJle was as the onl only ODe of his aide 0 0J or
J van > hitless All the rest except excwtXOC > Mos
11 vve ov got two hits klt8A each eachA esehS esehA
S
A total of fourteen stolen banes does doesnot totIIHItk doesnot
not speak well for the be work of the thocatcher theratebHM thuentdwrs
catcher In L t few ew xamos tills year y hi any anymany
league in the city laTe there bcieIa so somany
many bases stolen Bnronpeof Buriesawe JJe of Tan Tanxtewocd TantI Tangtewotd
xtewocd tI got away with Jour Sadler Sadlerand 8a41erad Sadlerorst
and Rswttags each made two The Thecatchers Thecatdtenl Thecatches
catchers were l > y no means on the Job JobRealizing JobRe jobRealfsinx
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Realizing bl t that the game was gone af after alter after ¬
ter the nrst two innings JU JIItJI Tacglewood Tacglewoodmnoe T Tmade Taeglawoodmade
made no changes cha no in the lineup 11De Anoth Another ¬
er er pitcher should sbo have been tried in an aneffort aneffort
effort to stop the slaughter bter While Wb e nine ninerun nlw1U1U nineruns
run < was a large iead something sboaldhave should shouldhave sbotJldhave
have been done to try to stop the count countUK
UK UKIf + 5 5It
If St Stephens st B wins tooavs contestthe contest contestta COIWsttHoo
j ta the lead which Olives 0I1v baa will be materlally ma materially materially ¬
terially cut down Pennant t possibilities DOE ltles
depend upon u the game and a crowd crowdshould crowdshould
should he on hand to witness the con contest eGatest contest ¬
test Should Sbo Id Georgetown G eCoWJI succeed to towtoninc Inwlnniar
wtoninc Olives wit have a good margin marginover JDarKIDover marginover
over the St Stephen s playersCAPITAL players playersCAPITAL yen yenCAPITAL
CAPITAL CITY LEAGUE LEAGUESTANDING LEAGUESTAl LEAGUESTANDING
STANDING STAl DG
STANDINGTV DGw
< TV L Pet
Cornell Co L i 4 4Atoysms 4it 751
Atoysms M MSewage it 6 z
Sewage Pumping P Pumping Stall Stallrd S At
Na Nav yard rd 7 7Midways t tG 4M
Midways MidwaysKenlworth G 11 11Kealwocth > jli
Kenlworth 4 4GAME 4GAME D Ii IiGAME
GAME TODAY TODAYCorneH TODAYCornell TODAYCornell
Cornell Co vs So Midway MidwayYBSTBRADYS JiS MidwayYESTERADYS way wayYESTEpADrS
YBSTBRADYS RESULT
KenHworth 7 Navy 7 7GROUNDS 7GPO 7GROUNDS
GROUNDS GROUNDSFirst GPO GROUNDSFirst s sFkat
First aad M streets s eet8 northeast northeestNavy northeastNavy t tXaQ
Navy came upon pon Kenllwertk In the theeighth tiletIk theeighth
eighth tIk inning IDnIR and made the adore score e 7 to 7
by a great rally Norman Kraft Kratttamed sour sourtamed sustained ¬
tamed an injury in making mak a play at the theplate theplate
plate which had great deal to do with withthe withthe
the tie Had be heM on to the then ball Ken KenHworth XfIftIiworth Kenilworth
Hworth would 1d bare won in aU probabil ¬
ity as the run aided materially materiallyBacon materiallyBaCOIl materiallyBacon
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Bacon played pJay d a line same in center for JtorKenilworth forXenUworth forKenilworth
Kenilworth He got two hits and andneided aBdAdded andSeided
Added well After driving oat a safe safeone sateORe safeone
one la the fifth he overran second and andfen aDdfeU andfell i
fen in turning back for the base and andwas lidWSB andwas
was an aDeA8y easy out outGlovaitnett outGIoYaaaDetti outGlovararett
outI I
Glovaitnett for Navy aidedmaterially aided materially i
In the scoring and cracked out two hits hitsHe hitsmarrowly hitsHe
He narrowly escaped injury in going to tothird tothird
third as his ankle was caught under the
bi hag bqG
hagG +
G Kraft played d a agreat great fielding game gameHe gameHe
He was all over the 1IeId eid and ent off offseveral oIC8eVentI oftseveral
several hits His one error was on OftdIftIcoult a adtCOcuK adildeuk
dtCOcuK chance back of second basewhich base basewMch
which was a hard chance chanceKenMworth chanceKe chanceKe
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Ke KenMworth iIworth worth presented a much setter etterteam bettertwin setterteam
team than it has before In all there therewere therewere therewere
were seventeen players ready read to take the theAdd UtefteId thefield
Add There must be good g feeling and andthe aDClthe andthe
the right spirit among the players The Themanager TheJDaDa Themanager
manager er Is to be congratulated upon upongetting upongetting
getting such a good bunch together togetherNoone t tI tNoone togetheri togetherNoone
i I
Noone who was on the rubber er for forth
Kenttworth K tk the first part of the game
had VHs of luck Several times he got gotout gotout
out of bad holes due to the fact that
th the Navy payers DIa erS went wild on the
bases at times timesNonRJI timesNorman tiroesNorman
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Norman Kraft ably upheld his repu ¬
tation as a hard luckplayer 1uek pI player er According <
to actual count the accident yesterday yesterday
was about the live hundredth that he
has received While notin th the game as asby
long 8 the veteran Cy Young by odeor one oneor ode odeor
or two years as some claim Norman Normancan lonnaaeaa Noonancan
can count uo his injuries as Young You does doeshte doeshis
his victories victor Certain C ln it is that be has hasmore hasJIIOIe hasmore
more than his share up bumps bampgwhat bumpsWhat humpsWhat
What should be a good game will be bePlayed beJayecl beplayed
Played this afternoon fterno n when Cornell CornellCo CornellCa
Co plays Midway Midway had the therfeasore
rfeasore kasore of putting it on Cornell last testtime lasttime
imte time the teams met The Midway team teamha teambs
ha not been displaying dl the best form formin formIn formin
in the tJ last same or two but may throw throwtt
tt > hoodoo boo eo on Cornell this afternoon afternoonFor atteraoonF01 afternoonFor
For Further Furth r Sport SportNews News See Page is uc
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Lead Le d Company Cuts Dividend and Its Stock Breaks Ten Points
SLOW LISTLESS STOCK STOCK MARKET MARKETMETAL MARKETMET MARKETMETAL
METAL MET AL STOCKS CLOSING CLOSINGWEAK CLOSINGI
I f WEAK AND EASY
NEW YORK Jniy y 2L 31 Wall street streetconditions streeteoadwoa
conditions snowed MO change worthy of oCtloD ofmention j jand
mention tloD the arslwne old ehtaDd dragging ow owand
and uncertain hesitating tl g market offer offermar OIIIerIDe offerlug
mar no o incentive to speculation tIen and loft loftseverely WtaI Idtsvf
svf severely sty alone by investors ba and the th theNI gees geesoral ge A Aeval
oral public It looks as if the power powerthat powenthat powersthat
that usually take the control coatrtrt of secur security 8eCUr1t7 security ¬
ity matters tten m their hands were satisfied satisfiedwith uGeIlI sstlrtledwith
with the existing conditions cozaltdonoeertaitdy cozaltdonoeertaitdythey certainly certainlythey eerta1a17they
I they are taking no part in 1 any effort to tvbapr toimprove i iimprove
improve Ve them themThe tbeIDTIM themThe
The Baiting period may be extended extendeduntil exteBdHunW extendeduntil
until such time as the outlook is rea reasonably rea8OIII rnaonably ¬
sonably clear of obstacles when with withanother WIthIUIOtIMr withanother
another effort oct a rise from present leveta levetaor I Ior Ievylsor
or slightly sllt below them would be com coarpn comparatively eeMparatlvely ¬
paratively pn < tlvdy easy to bring briD briDn about abouttie aboutThe
n rG1JIDeI shares again bow showed d a lit litUe JIttie
tie more strength bat there was ne re reflection re re1Iecdoa regectioe ¬
flection of the better tone to the rest of ofthe oCtlM ofthe
the list General opinions 1o favor the theopinion the0PI8I0n theoplpion
opinion that the strength vest y 4ay day y and andagain aDdttJday andagain
again today was nothing notbine more than tbaacJrhoIt a adrtv adrive
drive at a t the shorts A house with Bolt Boston Bolttell Baton ¬
ton tonthe connections f 1111I11 tIoD8 advised euMO customers el eltile ofthe
the intended raid on the shorts on Toesday Toes Toesday T TdaY
day evening There are wsojts IL 9jts of an anagreement allaIDC anagreement
agreement among copper producers look looktar OOItbetter lookIng
tar Us better cadlt cooditSoac to die metal metalmarket JIIetaIet metalmarket
market marketLondon marketLondon et
etLODdoa
London reported securities rltJe8 as Irregu frsular 1rreIntlar Irregular ¬
lar the market having a confused ap appearance a aDpearance ¬
pearance 1 and the general tone heavy heavyLack beavyLack heavyLack
Lack of encouraging developments cev ta ir irconnection IrcoaoeetiOR hconnection
connection with tile Northeastern Nortl strike
Today sNe s New w York Stock Exchange Prices PricesQ
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Illinois Central un unlater I 3 3Inter fib fibInter
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Texas T s l Poetic u I IThinl 11714 11714Third 13 13Third
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T S I t W coo 1 1T 28 28T Ve VeT
T St I 1 I S S Fa W pfd 1 45 4 40 < 47l 47lUnion l lUuloa I r rUnIoR
Union Pac com cor1E MBK 4 M lH H MtK let 1 11R1t 11R1tUDioa 3 3Union t tUnion
Union racine DM M MWabash 1 11044 11044Wabash tIJf tIJfWabeah
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Wis Cent com 1 1Wcetera w wWestern 1
Western 3Jd 4m 44 44 44W1 44161 44H 44 1 44 44NEW 44NEW 44NEW
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET MARKETOpen MARKETOpen MARKETOpen
Open High Low 145 1451uly
July n1S9i 1C05 K06 K lt lC ei 2 1C03
August A August t 1541 1SL45 15 1330 15J 1S I
September 189 1 13 1XS2 S 1271 1374
October 1312 13 1Z17 1306 1308 n
December 12J3 1298 1ZSS L 88 1230 1230Declaring J JmSTRlGTSAND 90 90DISTRIC
mSTRlGTSAND DISTRIC ISAND WHARFDFOUNDTO WHARF
FOUND DFOUNDTO TO BE UNSAFE UNSAFEDeclaring
Declaring the r r rasent agent > structure to be beUBAfe beunsafe
unsafe je C Hargrove property clerk clerkof clerkof clerkof
of the District has recommended thatthe that thatthe thtthe
the Commissioners Include ll in their next nextestimates JteXte8ti1Dte nextestates
estimates to Congress an item of ofto M 14510 14510to W
to provide for the reconstruction reeo R of the theDistrict theDIstrIct theDistrict
District sand and gravel wharf whariat at Ninth Ninthand NlRthaacI Ninthand
and Water streets 2Itr southwestOwlyg southwest southwestOwing 8OUthw t t0wJat
Owing to the enormous loads it has hashad hashad I
had to sustain it wilt be necessary ttc ttcDoring ac according ¬
cording to Mr Hargrove Har tove to discontinue discontinuethereon discontinuethereon ls oDtinuethereOl1 I
thereon the st > rai rage e of materials until untilthe uatUthe untilthe
the wharf can be rebuilt rebuiltCongress rebuiltOon rebuiltCongress
Congress test year appropriated SeI SM9 5101for SM9for y yfor
for the purchase of modern appliances appliancesfor
for fo snloadin unloading 1IA material at this wharf wharfThese wharfThese wharfThese
These it te said 141 will be of no service serviceto
to the District Unless the wharf is recocstructed re reconstructed re recocstnICted
constructed constructedIt
It Is proposed to steraupon stera upon the wharf wharfwhen wltaXwh6n wharfwhen
when rebuilt all the theSDd sand and gravel gravelnsed greI1I8OCl gravelped
nsed by the District DtIRrlctbOerm government ent This Thtewill ThiswUl Thiswill
will enable the theDbtrict District Distr t to inspect and andreject andreject andreject
reject any y which may not be of good goodquality gooThe goodquality
qualityThe quality qualityThe
The wharf will fcc used also as a ship shipping shtppi11 shipplus ¬
ping point for p applies Ies for the main maintenance maJntenance maintenance ¬
tenance of the a prisoners pri Hers and employes employesat
at the District reformatory and work workhouse workhouse workhouse ¬
house recently Uy established esta Sbed ed at t Oecoquon OecoquonVa OceoquonVa
Va VaIt
It te the theUnH ouroose Se of the Commissioners Commissionersto
to develop with prison labor a stone stonequarry stoDequarry stonequarry
quarry at Oceoquon which it is be believed be beUev beteved ¬
lieved Uev will ultimately uItImat l produce about abolltOOO about24w
36000 OOO cubic yards af stone annually This Thisrill ThIsUI Thisrift
rill UI be shipped to Washington Waahln and din dfeributed drrlbutecl dinributed
ributed from the new wharf to be used usedm usedm usedin
m m street and road construction at less lesscost Jesscost lesscoat
cost than te now bettor bel DW for like ma material material matotem ¬
terial from other sources sourcesIt sourcesIt
It te estimated that the new wharf wharfwill whrfwin wharfwill
will pay for Itself in less 1 than seven sevenyears Sly2nyears n ny8rJ
years as ta hivttincr Was bt s tor or sand and andgravel andravel andgravel
gravel the Commissioners CoD have inserted insertedin ed edin
in the specifications 1oM a clause arcvidin zrtrldhrgthat arcvidinthat YldInK YldInKthat
that for all material unloaded by the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District on this wharf w rf the contractors contractorsshall contnu eontracjorsshall ors orsshan
shall make a r recJ reduction tion In the t contract contractprice tontractprice contractprice
price of 25 cents per cubic foot foott
s
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k
t
Induced a Weak k ta home rails flth with withrecovery WIthe WItheretVY nne nnerecovery
recovery retVY 1J later on onNo 011No onNo
No one seenu to expect mnch of ofchange 8 8rba achange
rba change ae te the ti condition of the tiletasde atacuiKr seodiltid atacuiKrtrade
tid trade at the theDret present tone time though send sondment ctJDQt sendmeat
meat te inclined to the theory tfct tfctlow Adastack
stack values te flow low w It te a case etor stf ofrtettatt
rtettatt tor or somlng to toy n 8J1C8 une unethi
1 thi thing tb of sus sufficient eieet importance import i ace to cans cansa came eIUIIa
a radical change one way or the tileSmuk ether etherSmask otherSmash
Smash O Oa Bad News KewsThe JrewsTIle NewsThe
The bad news came ta the noon hour hourand JIoaraDd hourand
and it had Its effect on the metal stocks stocksmaking toekaI1IIIcID stocksmaking
making Copper and Smelting 9 ieiUng < especially especiallyweak espedaIyweak especiallyweak
weak and causing the whole list to sag sagThe agTIle as g gThe
The directors of the National Lead LardOOnpamy LeadCompany LeadOo
Company Oo one of the larger of the In Industrial In IndUb1al Inndustrisi ¬
dustrial corporations cot ts dividend dividendstock dIYIdeDdtroaa dividendfrom
from a 6 to a Z per cent basis and tIM tIM8tOek thedock
stock dropped quickly from MB a share ahareto 8bareto shareto
to > W R6 a loss of S3 M a stare It was asmash a asmash atNM
smash front out of a dear sky where whereno
no trouble was expected expectedCotfper expectedCOIf expectedCopper
COIf dropped back from a aSmeltS to toSmelting WVlf WVlfSmelting
Smelting SmeltS from 71 to W6 and many manyW JllaDYother manyother
other metal stocks suffered te a greater peueror
or lesser extent exteatWith extentWith
W With ith these developments doe1 IIae the market marketceased JAarIretcetUIed marketceased
ceased te hold holdit Holdt9 tt uncertainty trended trendedand tnINIedand trendedand
and the trend was townward Where aethe Wherethe Wherethe
the rails had held Id stubbornly they yielded yielded yield yielded ¬
ed slowly and tIeD with more IDOIeUnioa weakness weak weakness ¬
ness Union rvdnc dropped from froaato K2 K2to 104 104to
to Ifil Reading RetIdD from 142 lC14 to 140 1 It Itwas Itwu itwas
was hard h enough to hold the advances advancesearlier ad adearlier advancesearlier
earlier In the session but the gains were werelost WentJo8t werelost
a
lost on the Lead news though the raps raitewere raawere rapswere
were only sympathetically affected Mar Market Karket Market ¬
ket was also iregular
INDUSTRIALS INDUSTRIALSHteb ThTDUSTRIALSla1 IND JS ETA1 S
la1 Yes YesLMr Yesfish
fish Low m ye > av OOM OOMAawl aAmal OsesAmu
Aawl Copper CoPIterAm 10 MM 0111 K I OTK OTKAsa 1 1Am
Am Beet Sugar com n I IADa 11134 11134Am Stti SttiAm
Am Can Call com M 0 6 SMI 104 I IAm 1834 1834Am SH SHAm
Am Can pfd 1 IIi 0014Am IIiAm H HAm
Am Car Carl db F FtT iy oat I IAm m mAmCarFdy 611t 611tAnn
AmCarFdy Am Carl Car VdTI6L Fdy pCd uU n tilt tiltAm llJtAm 1mA
Am Cotton Oil OflAm corn II 14 IlK Olt I IAM IAm
Am Cotton Oi CnVpM CnVpMAm pod 1 1Am 151 151Am
Am Ice Sees I 2flK 8Am t tAm
Am Loco LocoAm eo 110 110Am 11M
Am Loco pfd pCdAm IIC IICAm i iAm I
Am Sm Re ear conw n 7Mt H MK 9f < > ll i Itt IttAm 9034Am H
Am SID cI Re pL pfN Dt alt I ilslE ilslEAm
Am Sugar A Bof es 11113 11113Am I at atAm IIAm I
Am Sugar A Red p p 11MM 111A4Amt 11MMAm 1
Am Tel A Tel Tet11 Mt Ml Mt I 1 1Am itl4 itl4Am
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Am Tobacco lid pod I IAm 1Am 10 10Am
Am Am Woolen com at > S 21 at 1 SfH 035Am SfHAmWootenpta I
Am AmWootenpta Woolen pC4tMi pfd IBM 90 iii SMil lilt I MM MMAnaconda liltADCODCIa OilAnaconda
Anaconda Copper MV m 11115 MM I 30K 30KCent 1ftCeDI adilECent
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4 COL eLFL oL F i r com mm ae iCOL I a aCoL eCoL
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CoIL Gas N Y Y10l1 lst JII i IMVK IMVKC I Ic 11014 11014C
C c P 2 to i com 14 MW 346 M Jo 74941 I 11 14C 1tC
C C P it 1 pfd pt 17116 17116Diet 1 IIIJi IIIJilet TJ
D let st SecttrMes s I IGeoeral am amGeneral 27Generai
General Electric RiectrloGreat 110CI 110CIG t tGreat
Great G Korthern Ore OreInter > 4 II II I 1el4 1el4Inter
Inter 1 Paper Pa er t 10 10inter w wlDter 71F4 71F4Inter
inter Steam P j iKack 443 443Mackay < w wMackay
Kack Mackay y Co com 1 54 s4Mackay 54Mackay SMackay >
Mackay Co pfd lift I 7e 7eNational w wNational
National Buscutt COB osNations m m I INatlo8l jflg jflgKatloaal Ott OttBiscuit
Nations Biscuit pita I I3854i ug ugNat
Nat Lead com Mtt Il6 sI Mi I a aN aNYAB
NYAB N Y B I 73 73Pae
Pac Mall Steam J 24 24Peo 4 4Pee
Peo Gas of CM Jot106 Jot106Prey J JPre MS MSPres
Pre Steel Car com J j jPoUntan Z ZPuJlDitll srPullman
Pullman CmpaeyhiNI Company JMM M 3ei64 K MS 11KM 11KMRy I 148 148Ry JII JIIRy
Ry Steel Spr Spa a com I IRy 713 713Ry jj jjRy
Ry Steel See isi pCi pfIIn 116 116Rep I IRe K KRe
Re Rep T 1S S com SHt ri 0e K MM 1861 I at uRep mRep
Rep I a S pM I sicSioasS M MSlopa IiSIo
Slopa eS 5 S t I L com I 16114 16114Tenn H
Tenn Copper CopperU I 22 22U
U S s C C I L P com eoM14WI 14 10 M 1oA6 1oA6U M4 I 14 14I 43l 43lU
U S s R R Ii lIII Im eDIR I IlU 71 71U lu
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