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12 THE WASHINGTON pA gnGTOV TIMES FRIDAY JULY 22 1910 1910American r
American League President Not Likely to o deed eed Serious Protests Against New Baseball
y i BY CORK CORE BALL BALLi BALLIntimates BALLIntimates BALLIntimates
Intimates It Is Causing Increase in Hitting Hittia gDenies gDeniesEeonoaay Denies DeniesEconomy Deniesr
r i Economy Iniueaees MakersWhiff Makers White Sox SoxSeries SoxSeriesI SeriesL Series Seriest
I L t Looks Fairly Fai ly Easy EasyBy
Tw ty 7 s lh n nOne
One 0 i t l lThere sassrr sassrrThere
There to not mscb modi chance that thehowl the theiowl uehowl
howl betas beIiIc raised nJ d about It the cork core coreballs eorebaUs amebaua
balls now in use in the JUmaiiciii JUmaiiciiiLeague AmhatcanLeague AtcaaLeague
League will w I produce results resultsTo reIRII reIRIITo rssuitaTo
To ToJohnson all a appearances pwt Baa B BJohnson BI BIJohnson
Johnson of the American I IAacae asguei is iscommitted Isconamltted i icommitted
committed to the yew style IIC e ball and andwill aDClwllI andZvi
Zvi will stand firm When he waa as Itere be bevhich belet i ilet
let drop a little IeIIIark wbieb icIa sbowcd sbowcdwhich
which way the wind Mew Quoth Banchildlike Ban Banchildlike BaDc1ildllke
childlike and bland aa an opener to toconversation toconveraatiea
conversation and apropos of nothing nothingwhatever BOIhID BOIhIDwhateTer aethlavrhatever I
whatever vrhateverThere whateverThere I
There has been modi more kitting kittingin 3dtt ig igin
in the American League this year than thanlast tIIanlast thanlast
last hasnt t there The fans Che I be bit bitting Idtting kitting ¬
ting The TJ e pitchers do not see seen e n to he heable twoable beable
able tohold to bold down tb the batters Usa Usalills so well welltills wellthis
tills yearThose year yearThose yearThose
Those were golden word but butyerlooked were wereoverlooked wereoverlooked
overlooked in the stress atre of more im lmportant important important ¬
portant matter which was a mistalteEight mistake mistakeJtigiit JDIIItakeRight
Right after enunciating en his great truism truizmabout truismabout traUnDa
about a bout fans liking UI Ia hitting more or less lessthe less1he lessthe
the president man cheerfully entered enteredinto eDteIedjto enteredSRto
into the discussion of < < the cork core coreball COIeLall coreball
ball as was reported ta The Times lie liedefended liedefended liedefended
defended the ban said It was in the ex exfd experiment1 experimenti
periment1 stage aDd WUIIId be perfected perfect
fd and Bunted that it had been adopted adoptedby
by b < the American League merely bcause b bcause 1 1cause
cause it i iJess eontalqed less rubber aDd was wasless
less expensive expeJlS e to manufacture manufactureBan maJlufaetureBan
Ban ssidr saMbe saw be had beard tell that tJaatof some someof aeonsof
of the balls were knocked lop lOp lopsided alae ded by byBO b bJU byso
BO much as one single by a feeble batter batterbut baUer1 baUer1but batterbut
but did not think th t the case as bad aa re reported reported nI nIJIOrted
ported He was strong streD < < for that cork corkcore corkcore corkcore
core this Baa Give us the core be in inferred littrrOO In Inferred ¬
ferred and the District Democracy Democracywould DeDaocracywould Democracywould
would ride in two hack at the next nexthonorary aexthonorary nexthonorary
honorary parade para Why build bat bator reship tesaipsor
or w vory dry about aerial invasions when whenwe wbellwe wbenwe
we have the cork core was his sendment send sentiment ti timent ¬
ment With the cork core established establishedas estaWis estaWis4S
as a national institution enough eu ucb intelli intelligence IDtelUgence Intelligence ¬
gence might be found In Congress someday some someday 50IBedajo
day to do away aWa with the slum n districts districtsof dlatrict81
of i Washington Ya on or a way might Icbt be found foundto
to keep the atmosphere tmoShere of Washington Washingtoncool Washin < < toa toaJol
cool Jol in summer Nothing like the cork corkcore corkcore corkcore
core for teething children or chilblained chilblainedfeet
feet intimated Ban It removes freck freckles freckes freckles ¬
les es aids the digestion and Is good for foronan foran forman
man an or orx beast beastXever beastNever
Never x eyer a consideration of economy in inthe mthe hathe
the mafcir3 Z entered into the introduc introduction IDtrod1Ic1On introduction ¬
tion of the cork core into so many hith hithcrto hithrto hitherto
crto rto happy baseball ba eball families declared declaredBan dedaredBan declaredBan
Ban There was Just as much rubber rubberin I
in the new ball as ta the old only it itwas itvas itwas
was arranged allaDged in a different way be beavrrred bearrred
avrrred a n rred Far be it from the manufac manufacturers manufacturers afac afactmers I
turers to adopt cork because it ith was wascheaper wascheaper
cheaper h than rubber in these days when whena
= oba batak r
a millionaire fffi has to o take tak stock of his hisentire hisentire I Intire
entire < assets as et8 to see whether be has the theload thej therice
rrln rice of a pair of sum shoes and ad every everyJod everyoad
load Jod of visitors on a sightseeing teelag wagon wagonis goal goalis
is in 1 n danger or being kidnapped I and andhaving andhaving lid lidha
having ha ving their necks tapped for the caout caoutchouc caoutcheuc ¬ i ichuc
chouc therein No sir r the cork core corewas corewas corewas
was a great modern mocIenIlllTe8 inventl invention Oa n destined de tbIed to torestore tor toroStore
restore r store peace among the nations a oaa and andeliminate aDdeliminate andeliminate
eliminate forever all those brat bru l in instincts bttincts Instincta
stincts that make a normal human be beInt beIn bein
In Int anxious to tocd get a look at the Jettrtes JettrtesJohnson JelfrlesJohnson JetrrteeJohnso
Johnson Johnson fight pictures It was for theupift the theuplift tJaetiplift
uplift was Bans BaD theory and Del he begoing was wasgoing wasgoing
going to stick by It even eve If the rubber rubberdid rubberdid
did not notWherefore notherefore notVherefore
Wherefore there is little hope that the theoldstyle thelJdstle thevoidstyle I
voidstyle oldstyle < baseball with the rubber rubl er core coreiaiil coreum coreail
iaiil um immediately or la the near > > ear future futurebe fat1Uebe futurebe
be restored rest in the American AJDericaaThe League LeagueThe LeagueThe
The only way to lift the Ban Joke j01Dewould jokewould Jokearould
would be to have John Jota M Ward Wardout come comeout comeout
out in favor of the cork core then w wbetcher we weetchr webotcher
botcher > the rubber core would come COllIeLack comeback comeback
back in a hurry hurryWashington barryashl hurryWashington
T +
Washington ashl OD enters today upon s series seriesof saltsof nea neaof
of six ij games ames with the Chicago tonne tonner NnateEox bite biteex
ex r x in four f Ur playing slays the team ttID toav toavln leavir lavit
ln it next n xt Tuesday night for Philadelphiawere Philadelphia Philadelphiawhere Phi1aotr1liliawhtr
where it will play fonr games then the de depart depart depart ¬
part for a tour through the West The Thepent Tberft The1r
1r pent series with Chicago should be a aseason aE3son aanon
season anon of improvement and rejoicing rejoicingamong rjOiclng2m rejoicingamong
among 2m < Jng the Washington fans While the theSox theSox theSox
Sox have with them in our midst such suchpestiferous suchIWtiferous suchpestiferous
pestiferous persons nIOIIS as 8 Ed Walsh Harry HarryVhite IIarrYWhite HarryWhite
White and Frank Smith they are Ueuch not notsuch notSuch
such uch terrors for our young men for f we weJiav wehavp wehave
have Gray and Groom looking pretty prettyg prettygcal
g gcal cd Jbhnson never showing sbowID better bett in inhis
his 11 j life and Doc Relating with a reliable refablesptter reliablespitter reliablefTtter
spitter that is a menace to the peace peaceami peC peaceand i ianI
and safety of any dub whataover And Andthe Alldthf Andthe
the thewhile > S Sox < > x awe not much oa the hitting bittbIcw hittingwhile
w while ne our heroes are coming to life far fara ina I
a manner m most amastag aa concerns bat batting J JtIng bagtang ¬
ting tangThe >
tingThe I
The second douMeheadef et win be on onMonday 0111oonr1ay onMcpnday
Monday and not tomorrow according accordingto < < I
to Manager anger McAleer McAteerManager McAleerManager McAleera McAleerManager
a + I
Manager McAleer > > Al r does not tenet tenets
s Pitcher Otey to recover ver from his attack attackI
of typhoid to fleas tllMa to toAugust report 1Iefere 1IefereA be ere ereAugust
August A I ICleveland L LTIae lThe
The wI1atIIIItr of tbe me Iat game with
Cleveland taking n JdIIc three ont of c four fourwaa fearIUI fourwas
was wasl Just weas as we expected expectedlcome but 1Iuttile was none nonethe porethe
the teas l welcome wek lcome me The estimable Laddy LMd LMdLII1k
Link who pitched for Cleveland CJcge1a did didnot dt didnot l lBOt
not look like a man who could travel travelmany travelmany
many miles JD etI without stumbling He Hestarted HeIRarted Hestarted
started like a house afire but it t was a aeincfa ae1Dd1 acinch
cinch he would burn down He put all allthe anthe allthe
the speed be had on the t ban every time timetime dinetime
time he hurled and lid that Is a bad shin slmeven shineven
even ill such hardy athletes as Walter WaltehIUloa WalterJjtonsoa
Jjtonsoa J haon or Frank Smith or Bill Billj Billerns
j erns irns and as Link to not a heavyweight heavy heavyweight v vel I
weight el < < lat it was certain something hlng sad sndnould Ind01dd sada
nould a GUM happen to him before the a shades shadesof lades ladeso adesof
of night began n to fall fast f It happened happenedIn
In the second and lid eighth inning in ineach inMdt theach
each of which Washington piled up upfour UJfour upfour
four runs To give the details further furtherthan tortnertbaa furtherthan
than to say y that to the fecund Gese OesrVr OesrVrwas GeR1fhit r rwas
was hit by a pitched bail McBride McBriderinced s srificed J Jrl1lced
rinced Kfllifer doubled Gassier bonUnglaub bon bonCagtenb 1IonUJalaub
Cagtenb flied out Beckendorf walk walkReisiImg r rBeisHn I IBetsI
BetsI ReisiImg BeisHn doubled to right scoring rtnc Ki Klfar Kifer Ktfer
fer Milan was hit by a pitched plte b band be beand
i and Lelivelt l1velt singled Beckendorf BeekeD orf rr rrReisltaK I IReIsUag a aRllaling
ReisltaK home would be tiresome t1 tiresomethe T Tthe Ttbe
the eighth hth elhrelt I opened with ad adble a dirle d dto
ble to right rt < < ht Conroy and Oes Oesfanned Gestoed Geafanned
fanned McBride made a scratchy s sgle tr trgle I IIe
gle < < Ie through throU < < h Turner and cd that yoiT yoiTfellow yotTcfellow yoc yocfellow
fellow threw badly to Stovall scor scorLettvelt IICOrLeUveit r rLelivelt
Lettvelt Killifer singled and Ungia Ungiascored Unpeored Unglascored
scored McBride with a single to rig
Beckendorf singled KHUfcr K llfcr home tome tomeReisUngs a aReisllngs alabs
Reisllngs labs double scored Unglanb CDClanbiDg to toing leeg +
ing g Beckendorf e ndoef on third Milan filed liedNikes t tNiles
Niles and Del It was over overThe OTeroI
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The distinctive features of the jean jeanwere marwere r
were the Queer luck of 0 the pitchers dt t ± an a71the a r rthe I Ithe
the revival of Unjrtaub as a hitter Un Unlaub Unlavb Unlaub <
laub got three dean metes out of fojr fojrtrips fo fotrll fotrips
trips trll e to t the plate and they helped a Ito I 1to
to boost bill esteem of himself hlma > Jt H HI aH aJ aJact x xhad rhad
had act the fans with him and as fiber 1Iberr liberaHy
ally y cheered for has achievement achievementKBlifers aeIaieftIDeIItKJIIiter5 achievementS
+ S i iKlflifefs
KBlifers double cJo ble to the tree In left in inthe inthe inthe
the second inning taa was a tremendously tremendouslyhard tremcDcJoualbani
hard hit ban He Is coining upTM upThe up upThe
The pitchers 1IIt leri luck was best be illustratedbv mut illustrated ted tedbv
bv Link He did not strike out a manuntil man mannctfl InD1UtiI
until the f eighth famine < < when after afterI afterloelwelt afterLellveit
eiiveli I < had created a dangerous rous sttra sttratipn siaration a ation
tion by onenfaMr with a double Link Linkcompletely U k kcom kcompletely
completely com elY fooled Corroy and Gassier Oessterfanning Ges Gassierfanning Jer
fanning taln them with wa ease enough to make makethem makethem
them tt em look foolish After that the delure de deluce
lure He comnletelv Iy lost his cunning cunningand C1IDDingaM canningand
and anybody could hit him Poe Keto Ketoseven HeIslbut 4 4Itng
lbut gave ve one lie bane 011 ba balls In the first lirstVeD firstseven
seven VeD Innings yet althotijrh aIt attbo gh Cleveland Clevelandhit velaaQ velaaQhit
hit him in all JI of the first six a rounds roundsthat IOUndIIthat rowndsthat
that cue case which came to the theturaecl fourth fourthturned fourthturned
turned into a VOL Can 11 You beat that thatLajoie tbatL3jole thatLajoie
Lajoie walked Easterly singled him to tothird tothird tothird
third StovaU popped J to Killifet and andUirminghams andBirminghams ad
Uirminghams Hirmin < < baI J sacrifice fly on which whichMilan wideilan whichMilan
Milan ilan made a splendid icI running catch let letin letin
in Lajcte Lajo ReisUcg let the very first man manon JDaDOft manon
on the formidukbk f Cleveland batting battin or ¬
der walk hi inJte he eighth f th inning s > et Grayer
fooled ff 1 to Unetauh who did a smart amartpiece smartniece
piece of JuKKlinx J iat in Iabef grafcbfanr th ban banbefore ballbefore
before bef It touched the ground after it itbounced ithounlell itbounced
bounced out of Ms hands T Turner Turnerfanned TaoIerfaBoed ntper ntperfanned
fanned Laioie sBSKlvd I NOes If Bes to second IIeCOIId3n4 secondand pccondacd
and Easterly Fasted flied to LeUvelt LeUveltI LefiveitHere
I Here H Is the lie snbstaracr aner af the same that
k ker f WashhvruMi w ahead of Cbioara Cbioarawhich CL CLwl ChionykewkF
which wl wkF h at the same time waa bunny en enasnington
at beatbig Athletics Athleticsashingtoa flIE
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McBride ss 3 3KilHfer 1 1 2 S SK 3Bilffer
KilHfer K llter 2b b 4 4Ungiaub 2 t 2 S 3Lnaiaablb4 SUnsIaub
Ungiaub Lnaiaablb4 Ib 4 j jBeckendorf 1 S SBIiek 12 12Beckeedorf
Beckendorf BIiek c S I IRetettng 1 f fIk a aI
Retettng Ik > 9 f fTotals 1 S STotals 4 4Totals
Totals JS JSI 3 1Z 3 it f 12 12Ckvglaud J JU
Ckvglaud U Aa B K PO L A 11 11NIles
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Turner IIS s II I Ii 1 t S SIajale SLajoh
i Ijajoie 2b b X XEasterly 1 T 1 S SEa8terly 3Easterly
Easterly c cStovaU oil 5 1 a J JStovau 1Stovall
StovaU lb 4 4Perring 1 II nllnuhagham I IBInn
BInn llnuhagham tL S S 3Perring I IhrriJa
hrriJa Perring < < Sb b 4 4Link 1 1UDk ILink
Link P PTotato S STotaIss 1 1TotalsM
Totato TotaIss 3S 3SWashington 1 1 if 8 8uhlD 8Washington
Washington uhlD < < toa 4 4t 4 I xS xSCleveland x xbCleveland
Cleveland 1 1EaDed 0 1 1Earned l lEarned
Earned raasWIUll rutsWashington runs Washington Dct 3 Left on onba OBba onbasesWaetington I
basesWaetington ba ea Washington S Cleveland CIese Dd 7 iFirst 7First 7FIrst
First base on on baJIsO balls Off < < BetsUng ReI8IIn 2 off offLink MrLInk atClAnk
Link 2 Struck outBy out By Reisling 4 by byLink byLink
Link 2 Twobase httaRelating hits hltRebl hltReblIiUUler Betolmg SKWifer 2 2KilUfer I
KilUfer Le LeltveiC ftlt Sacrifice hit bJUaMe bitsMeBride Mc McBride ¬
Bride Birmingham J Double > ouble plays playsLajoie pla plaLaJ piaysLajoie i
Lajoie LaJ ie to Turner r to Stovall St TTngtoUi TTngtoUiunassisted U 1a1lb 1a1lbf1 laubtunanaaated
unassisted f1 lilt by pitcher pitclterBy By Link Linkr LinkGessler LinkGassier
r Gessler and lid Milan Jil an Umptr UmpireMr UmpireMri Mr MrPmrae
i Perrtye r te Time of game gameI 1 hour and aodminutes GO GOI b0minutes
I minutes Attendance AtteadaDceWALSH = HB HBWALSH laWASH
NEW YORK July 22 Joe Walsh the theyoung theyoung
young catcher the Yankees signed from fromthe fromthe I t tthe
the Villanova ti College team has been t fturned tturned tturned
turned over to the Jersey City team t am of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Eastern League j It II
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4 4t Under HighPres I IAt
I sure Reductions Re c v i I i ii80
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juw 3000 MadetoOrder 1845 1 845X500 I
X500 500 Trouser Trouserings ngs MadetoOrder 2451 2451When 245When 245 245When
When we say CLEARANCE we mean clearance cJearmceand and that thatin thatin I Iin
in short sI t order These allwool uptodate fabrics tell xhetr own ownstory ownstofy awnstory
story and the t prices p as dd the resiWe rest restWe 1 1We
We absolutely guarantee fit fabric and complete satisfaction satisfactionsame satisfactionsame I
same as if you paid regular prices instead iIL of practically HALF RALFERTZ HLFMERTZ HALFMRTZ
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I r Makes New 1Ve w Record at Golf I
Former Caddy of President Taft Who Made Low Mark At Columbia dub dubYesterday ClubYester QumYesterday
Yesterday Yester < y
Baa Johnson says 711 that any BF of the thepresent tbepre8eDt thep
present p west drat ivfanon I dubs eI has a chance eIIacelor ebencefor chancefor
for the thehe pnm d He Iigme ut Canals CeaIdeJIadt CanalsMack
Mack bas a JI hard rend to ttaYd before IMIfeNbe beforehe
he landsthe laad the rag ragDetroit ftSDetn
0 0Detroit o
Detroit Detn to now JI W in fottrtfa toetrtlawith place and andwith andwith
with Moriarty out of the giz pIM + things thingsto
to an II injury IJ ary m Tuesdays game things thingslook thIDplook thingslook
look none too bright for or Hajchey H Jen JenChristopher Jemuitgs JeJaJalap
Jalap aad bls manminx TfseIa TSgereChristopher TfseIaClariStopbfl
Christopher the cn CIPk > k pitcher teIMr af the theSpringfield tileS theSpringfield
Springfield S 1d Mass JaI 3 club who wbobIouht was wasbrought wasbrought
brought from Panama by Jim Burke Burkehas BaJtrehas Burkehas
has bright prospects pro pects of getting e into thebig the thebig theW5
big league Iea < < ue amore before long 10ft < < His excellentwork excellent excellentwork t
work with withtiaeted the SpringneM dub has ba haawork at attracted attIIICted ¬
tracted considerable attention from the thescouts tb tbIIe thescouts
scouts IIe UtS and lid it ta expected ecloneed ed that he wOlj wIll wIlle willbe
he e drafted at the close of the present presentseason presentseason llle8eDtWhe
season Whey Burke sold Christopher Christopherto
to Springfield eId be prophesied that the1 the1pitcher the tbepitcher thepitcher
pitcher would be hi the major league leaguein
in a few years yearsof yearsa yeasIa
+ a
Ia a view of the thefact the tact that tile new home homeof bGmeof
of the White Sox to very largeHughey large largefingbey 1azweb
fingbey b Duffy to said to have ba baIda havehome tauuraeMd tauuraeMdhto
Ida scoots to sign up nothing but batrum home homeran haaIeJtIU4rS homerun
ran hitters ef the 0IeSwat Swat XnHgn XnHgnstripe JiIBJIIpuatItJ1De MBfigansnrle
snrlepresident stripe stripePitnMtnr
president 7 II rt Ta7 Taylor of the Boston otoa Red RedSox Re4SoJc RedSox
Sox says ys that the A tlaledcll need JIMdmore atop atopping
ping more than anybody y else and an IIIIl It Itteam ItWoa itwould
would Woa phaae Man Manteam very ery muds adt to wee weeteIIJD sums
team come along and ad down the Mack MackAlthough MackmCn > > adc adcmea
mea mCnAlthough
4 4AIthou
Although AIthou < < h Lajoie has nas batted against againstOlmstead apiDSt0Imatead againstOlmstead
Olmstead the Chicago White Sox pitch1 pItch
sa er ta four games thto seaetk season he baa baayet baayet
yet o register a safe hit oa off the Ameri American AreriCan ¬ i icaa
can a aWk isaorUtion graduate gaduseWhat graduateWbat
I IAlluay
What Wk sums to be the matter with the theAlbany theAlb3aynine
Alb3aynine Albany nine of the New w York T State StateLeague StateLeague II
League Ever since Joe OBoorke got gotburn pth1 getbutt
burn h1 several days daysgoto daysago aso they have we been beengala
goto gala oC down down downthe down tIoWILT1t downa downTat I
+ a
Tat double bIe defeat eat 0 of tile Tigers IIpn by bytile bythe
the aotoa SostonBed Bed Sane was a bitter bitt pill t tHojffcey for forHo forHockey
Hockey Ho Jennings to swallow Tto on > Boa BoaUtle ao
ton bunch art sur lAIry + iy U living up to their
title of 1pe fipeed iloys and they are arecoming arecoming
coming fast Deri DaI horse perhaps perhapsing perbapSSIaoaId perhaps81zui
SIaoaId 81zui tile ItiLttJca Deed strengthen
lag ill < < before ore the searat gets much aeb olderalthough older olderalthougJi okJertills
although tills to rather a remote remotewtoe peIIIII
Nifty It Is mid w that Connie Mack the thelid theElephants
wtoe and lid d able manager of the thespring WbIte
Elephants Elephantsd may spring a few fewsurprises fewurpltlles fewJohn
surprises surprisesJohn urpltllesJoInt
John M Ward says ys that he is suing suingWard IR IIS
Baa Johnson becaa became e De charged that
Ward acting for George Davis Da as a
J law lawyer YeI J was 2e a trickster and lad resorted to
dishonorable methods Ward promises promisesa preemiesthe p T I I Iwarm
a warm time timet timebefore before be to tblOlll through 1 with withreleasing
the Americaa t League PleSl president presidenta presidentThe eat eatThe
The reason given out by Coanbhey CoaaJllk for forreleasing
releasing Pitcher BIll Burns Is because
Bur Burns is said to be one of those individ individual ladividaaI itNicidusia ¬
usia ual who believes bellev himself a privileged privilegedcharacter priviJ priviJchluacter prtvUegedcharacter
character Having Ravin < < wealthy parents he hend
does not have to work for a IIIn living and andcould andcould nd ndcould
could not n t i set the th necessity l1 lty of participat participating ¬
ing ID In mornii practice Then be got gotthe gotthe gotthe
the hook
Course Covered in Sixty SixtyNine SixtyNine Six SixNipe
Nine Strokes by b Elmer Elsnerw
1 w V 1 Loving LovkigElmer
Elmer E Der Y w W fjOvton femxr f emar midy ai M7 fII fIIPftIIIdftlt et etPresident C CPresident
President Taft an and who to toin new a tlerlk tlerlkin dt dtIn
in tile t tleceftdng P Post4 taee ea DrtmeIIt DrtmeIItreeel is y yrecettdns
leceftdng reeel eoepIII1tIIIaUo con > ranlsrloos from ft m his htofriends 111IIrrteDds hisfriends
friends on laW racordbreaktefr NeDI4I play pIqtenia yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday on the u Columbia golf Unit JIabHe finksHe UnitHe
He made the u course in sbrtymne sbrtymnesrokea sixtyNyea Ixt7aIearoke
srokea a rokes the course betag eighteen boles hoieaAlthough 1IaIeAltboalJb bolesAithougb
Although Mr Loving Lo IC to hot batone twenty twentyone twentyone
one years yea of age he played such ex axcellent exceltent excellent
cellent golf that President t Taft became becamejreatly becameeatly becamegreatly
greatly eatly interested m him at the Set Setsprings H t tSprings tSprblp
Springs before he was elected Chief ChiefExecutive ChJeExeeutJont ChiefExecutive
Executive and obtained a Government Governmentposition Go GopoIIiu GovernmentpositlgS
position poIIiu for thin him fa II l or o ozt r that he hewould hewou1d hewould
would be able to enjoy a game of golf golfwith 3011with golfwith
with the young 7011D man when be wished wishedThe wIIIbedThe wishedThe
The young YoaDc mans ability aa a golf It player play player playtt ¬
er ha has attracted the Ie attention of the tfceChevy theChevy theChevy
Chevy Chase Club Clubclub meshes U I ILov1DC whenever wheneverLoving
Loving and ue Pry dadhon da 011 tile tileu theclub
club u b links linksYesterday linksYesterday
Yesterday Y Lovmj took a trip out to tothe tot tothe
the t h4 Columbia Coham Cia for the purpose Of otobtaining OfnotalnlD ofobtaining
notalnlD obtaining a special dub from the theBrtsrhtwood theB thel
l B Brtsrhtwood organization and while whilethere whilethere
there he met Wendell W w Mtochelr KbIclaeIrI a aistant as as14ant
istant I = tant secretary to the President r 1 hilt and andAlthough andi I It
t c pair decided to 0 oar the comae comaeAlthough I IAlthou
Although Althou Loving did not have his h clubs clubsvcilh clubswith
with wi l h him at the time a act of 0 SpaldingTube Spalding Spaldinglubs 8paId1ac11J
Tube 11J bs wen loaned hfcv with which he hemashed besrnashed
mashed the record of the eh club ebIbf X makfanj makfanjthe
the f hf course coar e in sixtynfcia axt7 M sashes stvokeaThe sashesThe I IThe
The best mark previous J Ift to daIII daIIIa to was waawho wasale
a ale < le by Wlllter Walter TlaTls two yeaIS m mwho CO COhr
who hr negotiated the rowad In seventy seventyone
one ne
oneFollowing Following to s the scone scone1st seersletS3 I
1st 1t51 258 yards aIdII 4 44 442d t t2d
2d 336 yards yards ar a 44 443d H3d I
3d WO yards i i4th382 4 44th 1
4th 4th30Z 302 yards ff 445thJ09 4 ffSt 1 15th
5th St 5thJ09 hD 3 yards yardstth yard sa sa6t 2SRttt
6t tth f W9 yards yardsTth yal a aa aatbJOt 3S7thlee
Tth tbJOt aw yards yards8th 44 44iitk106 I IStIt4a5
8th StIt4a5 MS yards yardsKb aIds 44 442tb5 I Itt
tt 2tb5 Kb 500 yards 4 064 44llth118 C C1Mb I IIltbJa
1Mb IltbJa 148 yards yard811lb tt tt1Kb 3411thtats
1Kb 11thtats ZH yards 7wd81thC S 3t 3t12thtrig I I12th
12th 1thC 2 yards yar 4 4ttth + 1 113thlffi 5 i
ttth WitIS 186 yards yards14th y 3i 3i11tbill
14th Iftbso Ml yards yardsi 4d 4dlMh135 I
i tbt2S lath 1 IS yards ya 39 39ICtb 34lab 1
lab talt35 330 yards 4 4 417than 4 417th
17th 17tbe15 4W yards yards1tb334 i 5 5IStb i ilbtb334
1tb334 IStb 334 yards ardsu S SMI1TON 54 54TotaL 44Total I
Eastern Carolina League on onLast onLast onLast
Last Legs LegsPoor Poor Attend Attendance Attendaace Attendance ¬
ance the Cause CauseA Causewr
A fetmci wrat Washington amateur ban banptayer bailplayer
player i iUna at present IftIIeIrt Ia the Eastern Carv CarvUsa eu euJbI
Usa JbI T Lgtsue ngnr writes to a friend here herethat lienthat herethat
that that organization to woblllyF wobbly and andy andmay
may y disband on abort notice noticeIt IIOtIeeJt
It Is understood that the Raleigh JtaIeI club crahmay chdy clubsay
may y be transferred to Durham or a afearclub atourelult atoneclub
fearclub circuit would finish the theL thePoor 11M 11MPoor mesun
sun L
Poor attendance anell aDce to scaae e of the towns townsto t tis
is given as the reason for te the uncertain uncertaincondition macenabaeondttIGa uncertaincondition
condition w c affairs affairsIt at alrs alrsIt
It was due to this aone that Rich Richmond Rich Richmond Rt ta tamoM ¬
mond was able to buy wo of the tb < e best bestplayers be8tpIYt beetp
players pIYt p ayera on the Fayetteville club dubFayetteville clubFay clubFayetteville
Fayetteville Fay tt 1l1e is leading leadtn < < the th league I with witha wftlthl
a big hl gap between them and their nearest near neareet nearetIt
est opponents
Players Declare Attempt to Substitute Compressed CompressrxtCark CompressrxtCarkfor Ca Code Codefor rk rkfor
for Hard Rubber Is Responsible for Balls Losing LosingSpherical LosingSpherical
Spherical Shape After Being Batted a Few Times
Close Daily Dail Y at 5 P M E Etutfittrs o S Saturdays S SCorner s at 9 P M Morne
for Both Men en and Bop
Corner orne Seventh and E Streets Nc w wExtraordinary WBargain
Extraordinary Bargain in E EB 9
B 15 1 5 1650 1 and 18 1 8 Suits Suitsfor Suitsfor
for Men and Y Youths outhsat outhsatThis at t e m mThis
This extra Special bargain sale of or E B Summer Suits started arted with a nlsh yester yesterday yesterre
day It is > s a Tare re opportunity tobuy highgrade clothing for very v cry 1itt1e B1OI1ey These Theseare Theseare
are Te regular 1ar st stick ock E E B two and threepiece Summer Suits in plain blue aDd bIIck bil > ck and andsmart andsmart
smart fancy fab fabrics cs AU sizes in the Jot but not in each style shyfirst Get in drly e y lot fOIfirst
first choice
Childrens Childrense Suits e Reduced ReducedAll r
All the n obbiest styles in SUII1a Summer r Suits for boys and children 2t these bargain bargainprices
prices =
X250 250 Suits 167X350 167
X350 350 Suits x235 235
500 Suits 335X650 335
X650 650 Suits 435
750 Suits 500 i i8S0Suits
850 8S0Suits Suits 567 567ooo
1000 Suits Su ts 667 6671254D
1250 Suits 835
hat o or STaas s white and ad colored neglige shirts attached attacb and apdde anded d drecl
de ed cefrst e CGK MODtly coat style s I regular 1 125 and L5S vat vttlae vatsea
ae sea redhead recl t to 0 65c IS C
Mens leas navy avy bl blue wool Bathing
Suits all sixes special specialper Qcy ff ffper
= 200
per suit tS iUU
Mens Xeu regular 1 and ad SUES 125 white whiteand whiteand
and colored 4OI rrd Pajamas re reduced reduced 89c QQ
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Mens KeD Balbriggan Underwear also nalnsooR coat iMiaocenlrts iMiaocenlrtsand rts
and knee In length drawers S4c and 7Sc sic valu values e special eel S garments gsmteatsfor ts tsfor 35c
for 11 1 ar i per In
Boys Do regular lie W1a white and
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TIle crusade apJIIt tile new offal offalbasiebii fAeIalu
basiebii u toed I this tI Mason for the Ant Antlit > rmt MKthe rmtUBM
the tat both 1 otIa the major leagues Je1MIIWP b branched has hasreached
ranched Washington WabbhgtotEarly WashingtonEarly
Early last spring when Georgetown GeorgetownUee QwgetOWIIJInt
the Sat tess is tI this a city to start tae pnacttoe taetiesmenoed
Uee tiesmenoed rommgnced ceil to nee tfc Ute sail It was wasevident wase wasevident
e evident Ieat that there t > > ere was trouble aheadfro aheadfo ahead aheadfor
for fo fro of the drat Ar t three damn balls order ordered ordered ordered ¬
ed practically aH were returned tint uafltfor 1IIIfttfor tintfor
for farther t1lrtllerSIDce use useStece neeSince
Since that time 11 the foaling eeO g has spread spreadthat SIK SIKthat spreadthat
that It was a fatal mistake to attempt attemptto
to subsKttte compietioed M e cork for hard hardrubber hardrubber a anaWter
rubber until now the WashIngton W play pIqoera phtyeirs players ¬
ers are going on record aa believes bellevtegthat beI beIthat believesthat
that by the end of the season IIOB it will wiUbe willbe
be 1 e necessary to return to th the old oldn style styleban styleball
ban n er else baseball 1 will safYerPitchers suffer sufferPitchers aatrerPitdlem
Pitchers Caaaet C CentraL CentraLI1Ie ControlThe ntreL ntreLTlie
The pitchers are complaining that tMtNOR as assoon assoon
soon as tbe balls are struck struckmaking a few fewue fewtines
ue bey Iasi their spbaleai IIhape IIhapeIt shapepmaking
making H almost impossible to control controlthem CODtrettbenI controlthem
them and avoid giving banes be on balls ballastrong lMaI1au ballsAm
u each eh of tile balls u are Ie pat up with witha
a strong guarantee their failure to tohold tohold tobold
hold their form is not costly to the thei theclub theclub
i club bat will prove plOMto most expensive expensiveto
to the manufacturer unless there theree ismess is issome
some e balk lmproytmeat 0 u mmmf aM ert before longBpeahing long longBpeaJdng JoacIJ
BpeaJdng IJ eakmc of the trovnl W P Bowls BvwfeWWteTmaaager BewteWJaIte BowlsWhites
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and ad tembtag of olbe ever every ban sea out
from be to factory that 1 do not notstand s ier ierstand
stand how there can be so math trouble troetbieCork Vo troubleOK ie ieCetk
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III place of the rubber wIdcIa WaS erasused WaStar
need for yean a specteBy p piupsied piupsiedkind a I
kind of cork e rk ta being 1 placed fat Iatel tlhe h en eeoter enter ¬
ter of the theu ball This TI I was wasing mast Ie IelaCy neoe neoeatihrybObrxshnse
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demand for or robber by tire f fmade trots Jaaa JaaaJIIIIde boamade
made the supply supplyfore shorter thin ever be before before ¬
fore foreThere
There baa ha been no trouble troubleIn whateverIn whatever
In the covering as the Ieatbermeat leather alre alremeet case casement ¬
meat hi t the aameas same as it always baa been beenbut taeenbut beent
but t if the cork splits It win of coarse coarseaffect coewaemct
affect ect tile worsted and Del thon comes the thelow theIces I
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the factory taet ry We have a esmnd that thatthere tbattbere thatthere
there have been complaints co from b ethersource other otherrect etIterbut
source but have havetbat reeeleed asssaaca asssaacathat
that every ery effort e < < ort will be made is car CDrNet carreef
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the rubber ib foundation for die diewrappiDc worsted worstedwrapping worstedI
wrapping I do not know kD browFroet knowFrom w wFrvID
From every everyo league around the oo comtir
has come a cry agatast the new ball ballmajor MIlJDjOr ballmajor
major majorto Ieape payers y Mbac eIIP8daIly 1y 1yassure
assure III their theirbo criticism of r tile attempt attemptsnkirt pt
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the Tigers beaten tour to one Thetotal The Thetotal Thet
total t taI receipts of the series ert figuring 1I1 tDg an anaverage aDaverase anaverage
average of 49 cents for each spectator spectatoramounts spectatoramounts r raIBOUDts
amounts to 358 CS7623ft 62fi Of this sum the theTUjeis theTigers
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tors on the different diff di r rpnt nt day witnessing 1Irttn theactual the theactual theactual
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