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THE aE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY lIO DA Y DFCEMBER 5 5 1910 1910Many 191 13 13Many
Many Changeo Changes of Positions Are Noted in Washington Bowling Organizations Past Week
Cub Utility Man I an Has Unpre Unprecedented Unprecedented UnPrecederlted ¬
cedented Average of 987 987for 987for 987for
for Position PositionNSW PositionNEiV PositionNW
NSW YORK Dec iU i If Maaager IaJJg r L LChance LCbanee LChance
Chance of the Chicago C lcao Cubs wants a anew 3 3new anew
new third baseman to succeed Harry HarryEteinfoWt HarryStelneldt HarrySteinfe4dt
EteinfoWt as has been rumored he hewont heont hewont
wont ont have to go outside of the roster rosterof rosterof rosterof
of hs present payroll to find him The Thet TheNati TheNational
Nati National Dal LeAgue fiEJIdIng averages t Just JustIssued just1ssued justlssued
Issued show that Heine Zimmermanthe Zimmerman Zimmermanthe Zimmermanthe
the Cubs utility uWIt player made only one oneerror oneerror oneerror
error in n twentythree games at the thethird thethird thethird
third corner last season giving him anunprecedented an anunprecedented anunprecedeDted
unprecedented average of O JS7 JS7third 1 1This fSiThis
This Is probably as geed a card as a athird athird
third basemen ever turned in for a Mke Mkenumber Hkenumber lkenumber
number of games As a a second seco d base baseman baseman baseman ¬
man Zlmrale failed to shine being beingeighth beingeIghth beingeighth
eighth in the Met 116tThe lastThe i iThe
The best fielding Bekdt team in the NatlQnalLeague National NationalLeague NatkJnal NatkJnalLeague
League based on the 1S DIe averages averageswould averageswould averageswould
would be Chance Chicago first base baseMcKetchcIe baseMcKetclmJe base3fcKetchnle
McKetchcIe Pittsburg second base baseZimmermen baseZlmmenuanChlcago baseZimmerman
Zimmerman ZlmmenuanChlcago Chicago third base Doc DocJan DooJan DoeIan
Jan Philadelphia shortstop Collins CollinsBoston CollinsBoston CollinsBoston
Boston Sfeeckard Chicago and TitusPhiladelphia Titus TitusPhiladelphia TitusPhlla
Phlla Philadelphia elphIa outfielders out elders Moran Phila PhUadelphla Phlladeiphia Philadelphia ¬
delphia catcher and either Scanlon ScanlonBrooklyn ScanlonBrooklyn ScanlonBrooklyn
Brooklyn Leever I Le ever Pittsburg OverallChicago Overall OverallChicago OverallChicago
Chicago or Salfoe S 11ee St Loin Lou pitchers pitchersAll pltcbers1 pitchersAll
All of these had an average of XOOO XOOOKane lfJOOKane LiA LiAKane
Kane Chicago and Abbott St Louishad Louis Louishad Louishad
had higher nekH fielding BE g averages than any anyof anyof anyof
of those chosen but they played In only onlya
a few games gameeThe gamesThe gameThe
The records reeor s are a surprise in thatthey that thatthey j
they show the meek ek and lowly Brook Brooklynites Brooklynltes Brooklynites
lynites In first place as to team aver average average average ¬
age with a percentage of orsiL JSSL rJel This is isO1
091 better than Chicago ChicagoMore CbkaloJ11ore ChicagoMore
More Room At Harvard HarvardCAMBRIDGE HarvardCAYBRIDGE HarvardCAMBRIDGE
CAMBRIDGE Mass Dec 5 iThe iTheexecutive sTheexecutive The Theexecutive
executive committee of the Harvard HarvardVarsity HarvardVarsity HarvardVarsity
Varsity Club after nearly a month of ofnegotiations ornego ofnegotiations
negotiations nego tloo6 has arranged a ranged with the thetrustees thetrustees t1mtrustees
trustees of tbe thebHarvard Harvard Union to build buildfor buildfor buildf
f for the Varsity arslty Club an extension extensionthe Of Ofthe ofthe <
the present building of the union It Itwill Itwill Itwilt
will be used by the athletic teams thttraining the thetraining th thtralnID
training tralnID table being established there
I I Declares Tom Hughes Will W ll Come Back
Former WashingtonPIAyer Washington Player Who Is Spending Winter Hore Hort7and HoreandWho and > Who Watch Watched WatchJ WatchedHtighesWork
J edHughesWork ed Hughes Work in American Assoc Association atioi
Copyright CeDyrig > t 18W by VF U J I Watt Co
Synopsis of Chapters Already Publishedforrte Published PublishedMotHe PublishedMorrie
MotHe Lathrop having squandered xjeoaderedf2 squanderedl2ef19 ue1dered ue1deredJZ00i
f2 JZ00i l2ef19 69M resolves re oIves to Wit himseit Hechangea He Hechanges Hechang
changes chang Ms mind when w he is told byGeorge by byGeorge ityTrevor
George Trevor lather of his hisarIa betrothedCarla betrothed betrothedCarla
Carla arIa Terror that a a loan of < rf S6C iltOi isnecessary Is Isnecessary 15nece
necessary nece ISUY to save Trevor from raJa raJaLathrop ndnLathrop rainLathrop
Lathrop runs acrd across Jack MHHaRton a arich arich a arich
rich yow you yoang g Wall Street broker and Mill MillingtoB Miltingtoa M1I11n
ingtoB 1n OR asks Lathrop to look after his Idaaffairs hisatraJrs hisaIIatrs
affairs w wine e he la oa a visit te t Chicago ChicagoIntrusted ChtcaSOvU1tft ChicagoWithetse
vU1tft of the keys WIth Which M 111 111Int1l isintrt
Intrusted Int1l ted ed Lathrop opens MunagtoHs safedeposit safe safedeposit safed
deposit d po5I box box takes at 518i S M in seesltiesand securities securitiesaad ecurltIesand
and turns them u over to toLatJarnp TrevorLathrep Trevor TrevorLatbrop
Latbrop fads Sam MiUtogton father of ofJack o oTack ofJaek
Jack Is the enemy who forced Trever to tothe tothe tothe
the verge v ge of ruin At his apartment a t Rita JOULOrtega 1Ut 1Utonega RitaOrtega
Ortega awaits him sad Edna Bdn Trevorsister Trevor Trevorelster rnfVorE
sister E ter of his fiancee finds her there Atthe At Atthe Athe
the he Trevors Morris to his surprise amp 8e Sada Sadsack SadaJack A ds dsrack
rack MBlinstee MBlinsteeJack uKt uKtTACk
Jack MlUtogtoo who has beeR Baited oaliedback M1Ie4bBck Baitedback
back to New ew York Y k pleads pI Ak with wlt Lathrop Lasaopand Lathropand Latkropand
and Trevor to be e Jet te on the big bit bitdeal cojiper myperdeal cojiperdeal
deal that th t has be nearly Iy raised the latter latterMintagtOB IaUerUlnla latterMillagtoa
MintagtOB Ulnla is introduced to Rita HK Ortega OrtegaMorris OtepXonis OrtegaMorris
Morris and Carla quarrel over OV < < Rata RKaOrtega RttaOrtega RataOrtega
Ortega Morris refwrtns refIi to reveal tl the tJteSpansh theSpanish e eSpanish
Spanish girl gteis a origia e gla or her b held eN M ea Mm MmThe 1tI himThe J Jbn
The mg engageawnt Bement to orolieHj bn bna Mr Trevor Trevera Trevorseems
seems to eoegatse io Rita s photograph photographa
a resemblance DIa ce to tolong IMIIIHI ODe 1te Moll knownlong known kDoWBlong
long age ageAt ageh agoAt
At Trovers r testetenoe Lat Lathim latirep takes takeshim
him h to see Rite The old Id Idcome ma H Halso i over overcome
come 1ty a picture Iet1Ire oC her aukaowa WB lOOter motherthe lOOterthe
the girl shows him bR and whey like pro pntduces produces
duces a a pair NiIr of f daggers also o pace ce her aermothers 1IermoUMrs hermothers
mothers fce tries to k JdI1 kl l himself WmseKCarte hi himselfCana selt seltCaI1
Carte CaI1 OOOZ ceostaaed ed by je alowy JouQ goee to tovisit t tvlstt tovisit
visit Rita
The AccusationF Accusation AccusationOR AccusationFOR
OR a brief interval the two girls girlsi girlsramnined
FOR F i remained r D1t ned silently facing eachether each eachther eachether
ether ether ther Clarity s face showed new newa newa nowa
to tothis tothis tothis
a courteous interro interrof8tkm atioa as
this unexpected UDe ted visitors presence al although although although ¬
though it revealed rev a1ed as well some traces tracesof tracesof tracesof
of the scene through which she had Juet Juetpassed justPBssed Juetpassed
passed Carias expression on the other otherhand otherband otherband
band was studiously calm and her vio violet violet vielet ¬
let eyes surveyed the countenance of ofher orhr ofhtr
her companion with a scrutiny that thatwould thtwould thatwould
would have been impertinent had there therebeen th thken therebeen
been less surprise in her gaze She was wasIndeed wasindeed wasindeed
Indeed greatly startled for she had not notexpected notexpected notexpected
expected to encounter such loveliness lovelinessand lovelinessnnd lovelinessand
and purity in the face of Clarita Or Ortega Orte Ortega ¬
tegaThe tega tegaThe te
teThe The Spanish jrfrl rl was the first to breakthe break breakthe breakthe
the awkward silence silenceTou silenceUYou denseYea
UYou Yea wished to see me she said saidncaln saidns1n saidagain
again Her voice was kindly and and ak akpressed ex exoressed J Jpressed
pressed nothing more than she sheIt uttered utteredit utteredIt
It it was evident e ident that she bad no idea as asto asto asi
i to the identity id nUty of her caller j jTea iYes jYes
Yes Carte returned steeling her herheart herfascination
heart against ab21n t the theout fascination that shone shoneout I Iout I
out from the face ace before her Yes 1 11 11wished 1 1wished 1Wished
wished to see you youWill j i iWin
Win you be seated Clarita askedquietly asked I IQuietly I IQuietly
Quietly disguising her astonishment at atthe j jthe tthe
the strangeness of the others manner mannerNo i iNo iuNo
uNo No thank you came the crisp ra ratort ratort i itort
tort I oo do not care car to sit down d wn I suppose sup suppose suppose ¬
pose Miss US Ortega that th t you do not notguess notSuess I Iguess
guess who I amT amTNo am amNo r rNo
No I do not know h tOW you Clarity C uita ad admitted adI adImUted admitted ¬
mitted Perhaps you will be good goodenough goodenough goodenough
enough to tell me your name nameI
001 I am Miss lIss Trevor was the curt an announcement announcement ¬ i iDOuncement
nouncement Do Do you know me now nowamazement nowoth nowThe
The oth other r girl uttered a little gasp of ofamezement i iam
amazement am ze tent and her face paled sud suddenly suddenly suddenly
denly At the same time she took a astep i iFtep IItep
step backward But she recovered her herI herIceK j jself J Jself
self in the same sam instant and motioning motioningtoward m motioningtoward Uonlng I
toward a chair said slowlyIt slowly slowlyme slowlyIt
It Is very V ry good ot you to call upon uponmt j jme
me > Mtes Trevor Tre Wont you be seated seatedplease seatedplease seatedplease
please pleaseCarla pleaseCarJ 7 7Carla
Carla CarJ laughed Jaugheda a low irritating lrr1tatln18ugh irritatlnglanghWithout laugh laughwithout I
without any hint iat of mirth in it itNo itNo it itNo
No she s e said coldly Z I do not care careto careto careto
to sit down Her manner made the thewords thewords thewords
words insultine inaullinuflea insultineTrevor lnsuJtlorThen
Then why have you come here Mss MssTrevor I1fSTrevor
Trevor Clarity demanded indignantly IndljniantlyI Indlmantlv IndlmantlvI
I have already told you I came te tesee i ise tosee
see se > e you was the deliberate answer answerAnd aDSweruAnd answerAnd
uAnd And Is that all Clarita exclaimed exclaimedin
in new bewilderment bewildermentCaria bewildermentCarla bewildermentnila
Carla stared Insolently at the girl jrfrlwhom JlrIwhom girlwhom
whom she regarded as her her rivalNo rival rivalNo rl L LuNo
uNo No it is not quite all she declared declaredMiss declaredIntend declaredIinten
Iinten Intend to tosay say a feW things to you vOtlMJss youTiters
Miss Ortega OrtegaThen OrtegaThen
Then I must beg that you will be so sokind sokind sokind
kind as to say them at once The re rehauteur reQuest request
Quest was made with an alt of extreme extremehauteur extremehauteur
hauteur hauteurCarla hauteurCarla hauteurCarla
Carla nevertheless maintained her herpoise herJseof herpoise
poise Jseof of scornful Indifference IndifferenceRest IMta indifferenceRest e eRest
Rest assured that I shall say a them Wornbefore thembefore thOJnbefore
before my departure she answered answeredTou auswere auswerei answeredon
i Tou cre are ftUit 4ulte i ite s sure re that you know whoI whoFes who whoJ whoYes
J am
amYee Yes Yeti are Carla Trevor the ladywhom lady ladywhom ladywhom
whom whom Morris is to t marry
You are aremlstakeJL mistaken as to that Carla Carlaannounced Carlaannounced Carlal
l announced T
College Football Results Resultsof Resultsof Resultsof
of 1910
Games Points PointsCollege Pointsd PointsCollege
College CollegeAmherst o 0 d 1 d 2 2t1EcOO a
t1EcOO t1EcOOAmherst 4 4Amherst
Amherst AmherstAnnapolis
4 3I 55 5531 5531Annapolis 553XAnnapolis 3
Annapolis AnnapolisBrown
8 0 I 99 0 ox 0Brown 0Brown
Brown BrownCarlisle 6 2 x 1t8341 1t8341Carlisle 183 18341 18341CarIisI 41 41o
Carlisle CarlisleChicago 85 8 5 0 235 67 67o
Chicago ChicagoCornell n 1 S o 24 60 60Cornell 60Cornell
Cornell CornellDartmouth >
U 5 2 x 165 44 44O
Dartmouth DartmouthGeorgetown
5 2 O III 27 27x 27I
I Georgetown GeorgetownGeorgia UU 7 z x 178 26 26Georgia z6Georgia
Georgia GeorgiaHarvard 6 2 0 02315 28r 52 S2Harvard
Harvard HarvardHoly
8 0 1 I
155 SS SSHoly 5 5HoIy
Holy Cross CrossIllinois
3 3 2 535 535O SJ 35 35Illinois 35Illinois
Illinois IllinoisIndiana
u 7 0 O
go 0 oo 0Indi3Da 0Indiana
Indiana IndianaIowa
5 I o oxoo zoo 6 6o 6Iowa 6Iowa
Iowa IowaLafayette 4 2 o 82 8215 8215Lafayette 15 xsLafayette
Lafayette LafayetteLehigh 7 2 0 135 ai 2XLehigh 21Lehigh
Lehigh LehighMichigan 2 6 1 46 98 98O 98Michigan
Michigan T TMinnesota u7 > 0 3 29 9 gMinnesota 9Minnesota
Minnesota MinnesotaMississippi u 6 1 0 179 179O 1 79 79Mississippi 6 6Mississippi
Mississippi MississippiMissouri u 5 x O 124 9 9Missouri 9Missouri
Missouri MissouriNebraska 4 2 2 78 17 17Nebraska 17Nebraska
Nebraska NebraskaNew u 7 I 0 260 36 35New 36Yew
New York YorkOhio 2 4 1 147 47 59 59Ohio 59Ohio
Ohio State StatePennsylvania 6 I 3 182 27 27x 27Pennsylvazda 27Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaPrinceton 9 x x 184 19 igo 19Princeton 19Princeton
Princeton PrincetonRochester 7 x o lOX 5 5Rochester 5Rochester
Rochester RochesterSwarthmore u 6 2 1 53 5314 5314Swart1u 14 14o 14Swarthmore
Swart1u Swarthmore SwarthmoreSyracuse 1ore 5 3 o 144 59 59Syxacuse 59Syracuse
Syracuse SyracuseTrinity S 4 1 53 5 342 342Trinity 43 43O 42Trinity
Trinity TrinityVanderbilt u 7 I O Z22 25Vanderbilt 25 26z 25Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt VanderbiltVfllanova 8 0 z 166 8 aVi11anova 8Vilianova
Vfllanova VfllanovaWesleyan 0 3 2 6 61 61z 5xWesIeyan 61Wesleyan
Wesleyan WesleyanWest u 4 4 z 62 6 4Z 4Zo 4 4West
I Wes West Point PointWilliams hU 6 2 o 96 12 12azas 12Williams
Williams WilliamsWisconsin azas 13 3 3 52 5272 5272Wiscon 72 72a 72Wisconsin
Wiscon Wisconsin WisconsinYale x 12 2 2 19 46 46Yale 46Yale
Yale 6 2 2 go 39 39To 39To
To Box Lemoine LemoineWEBSTER LemoineWEBSTER LemoinelVEBSTFR
WEBSTER Mass Dee 5Hoaeyy 5 iHo Howey ey
Melody Mcllo Y of Bos Boston ten and Maurice Le Lemoine Lemoine LeInoine ¬
moine of Webster will face each other otherfor otherfor
I for the secoM time December 7 when whenthe wheRthe whenthe
the sixteenth sixteen sparring carnival of the thelakeside t theLakeside e elakeslde
lakeside A C will be pulled off in inMusic InIu1c InMusic
Music HalL The boxers box4 > rs will be the themain themain themain
main attraction of the card and will go gotwelve gotwelve gotwelve
twelve rounds
Mistaken Clarita repeated the word wordamazedly won wonamazedly wordamazedly
amazedly amazedlyI
I am Clara Trevor but I am not thelady the thelady thelady
lady whom Morris Iorris Lathrop Is to marry marryI
I have returned his ki5rmg ring to him 1 m We We1lr8 We1lr8nothing are arenothing arenothing
nothing to each other now Do you not notknow JKtJmow notbrow
know why this is soOh so soOh soOh
Oh I am so sorry so sorry Ritaexclaimed Rita Ritaexclaimed RItaexclaimed
exclaimed sympathetically
You sorry Carla cried out angrily angrilyYou anJIiIou angrilyYou
You ou need not indulge in falsehoods falsehoodsMiss r falsehoodsMiss sehoods sehoodsMiss
Miss Ortega they can do you no good goodDo JoodDo goodDo
Do you mean to tell me that you did not notknow BOtJnow notknow
know tie engagement between Mr La Lathrop Lathrop Lathrop
throp and me was broken Would you youhave youhye youhave
have me believe that he did not at once oncehim onceSly oncefly
Sly to 30U t ou with the good Dews I saw 98Whim sawhim
him leave here only a moment ago in incompany incompany incompany
company with my father Have you yougot yougot yougot
got him in your tolls also aIIomy ray father fatherIs fatherIs fatherIs
Is he another of your victims Senorita SenorltaOrtega SenoritaOrtega SenoritaOrtega
OrtegaI Ortega r rI
I do not know what you mean 34ie 34ieTrevor Mire MireTrevor w wT
Trevor T vor The reply was W lS uttered with withquiet withquiet withquiet
quiet dignity But now Clarltas eves evesbegan e eyes eyesbegan e5 e5began
began to sparkle with rising anger al although 31thouth although ¬
though she controlled herself and per permitted permitted permitted ¬
mitted no other sign of it to appear appearI
I do not know the object of your call callTour caDYour callYour
Your manner is not at all in keeping keepingwith keepingwith keepingwith
with the descriptions I have had of you youBut youBut ou ouBut
But I am really very sorry for you yousorry yousorry yousorry
sorry that your encasement encasementI en enga cement cementI
1 I certainly did not come here as a asuppliant asuppliant asupplant
suppliant for your pity interrupted interruptedCarla 1nterrup interruptedCarla ed edCarle
Carla You may keep that for yourself your yourself onr onrself ¬
self for or you yo need it more than I do doT doPerhaps doPerhaps
Perhaps however you think that now nowI nowI
I am out of the way he will make you youhis youhis youhis
his wifeRita wife wifeRita wUeRita
Rita uttered a low cry of pain and andstarted andstarted andstarted
started back placing one hand ban against againsther againsther againsther
her heart Her face became paler still stilland stiliaDd stilland
and her great eyes gazed piteously upon uponher uponher uponher
her tormentor tormentorMarrv tormentorarry tormentorMarry
Marry arry me she exclaimed Marry Marryme Marryme Marryme
me Make me his wife No no Miss MissTrevor MIssTrevor MissTrevor
Trevor that Is not for me He does doesnot doe5not doesnot
not love me meBut meBut meBut
But you ou love him Carla cried criedwrathfully criedwrathfulIY criedwrathfuily
wrathfully I ree see It in your eyes hear hearner hearIt hearit
It tft your VOIce read It in your man manner manner
ner You love lov him himClarlta himClarita himClarita
Clarita stood before the outburst In Inproud Inproud inproud
proud patience patienceTes patlenCYps patienceYes
Yes T do love l e him she said softly softlvIs sottly sottlyIs softlyIs
Is there any II shame in that I haveloved havE havrloved havE10ved
loved bin hint ever since the first moment 1 1saw Isaw 1 1saw
saw him h when he was so good to o me meI meI
I shall love him to the last moment of ofmy orm ofmy
my m life Is there any shame in tbatr tbatrYou thatTYou that thatYou
You are frank about it at least leastAna leastAnd leastAnd
And because you do love him you hav havgiven baVEgten bavgiven <
given yourself to him body and soul soulI soun
001 I do not know what you mean by bygiving bygloIng bygiving
giving myself to him body and soul soulwas soulwas soulwas
was the reply I cannot pretend to understand un understand understand ¬
derstand You I have given my heart heartfor heartfor heartfor
for that Is mine to bestow where I willbut will willbut
but he Goes not know that he possesses possessesit JOg esses essesit
it it My y soul belongs to God not to him himnor himnor himnor
nor to you nor to me It Is Gods and andthe andthe andthe
the Holy Mother Iother has It In her keeping keepingYou keepingTon j jgasrted
You dare to say such thingsyou thingsyougaqnM thingsyougassed
gassed Carlo CarloWhy CarJahy CarlaWhy
Why hy not It is true Is islt It wrong wrongtnat wrongthat wrongthat
that 1 should iove Morris Very well wellthen wenthen weltlthen
then I have done wrong but I could couldT cou1d1t
T 1t < t hell t > 1nt 1t > t I did not know mow that I loved lovedhim lovedhim lovedhim
him until he told me about you and I Tknew Iknew Iknew
knew that a day would come when I Ishould Ishould Ishould
should losA k 1ol > s him It was then that I dis discovered discovered discovered ¬
covered what my heart bad done all In Insilence InlIence insilence
silence and secrecy But he does doe not notknow notknoW notknow
know that 1 love him I have never told toldhim told111m toldhim
him and I have ba e tried triedoh oh so bardto hardtohide hard bardtohide to tohide
hide it from him I look away from him himsometimes himKmeUm himsometimes
sometimes when 7 ate e speaks to me fear fearIng rearIng fearing
Ing that he will discover dls over it It Ah you youdo yondo Sondo
do not know JnowyOU mow you you cannot imagine thepain the thepain thepaJn
pain You do not mean all that yon TOUsay yonsay yousay
say and do now for you are mad with withjealousy withjealousy withjealousy
jealousy but there is no cause He does doesnot doesnot oes oesnot
not love me m he loves only you Be Believe Belleye Beileve ¬
lieve me mCf i is true tru I am nothing to tohim toh1mnotJ11n tohimnothing
him h1mnotJ11n h1mnotJ11nYou himnothing himnothingYou nothing nothingTou
Tou You are areWait are areWait reo reoWait
Wait please Let me finish Clarita ClaritaInsisted ClarItainsisted Claritainsisted
Insisted Then Th perhaps you will think thinkbetter thinkbetter thinkbetter
better of what you were about to say sayfor sa safor sayfor
for 1 see In the expression of your eyes eyesthat eyestbat eyesthat
that It Is not pleasant pleasantSay plea pleasantSay < < ant antSay
Say on I will hear you to the end endCarla endCarla endCarla
Carla said saidIt saidit aid aidIt
It is perhaps natural Clarita con continued oonUnued conUntied ¬
Untied that you should feel as you do dotoward dotoward dotoward
toward me since he was wasand and I trust trustwill trustWIn trustwill
will be again a againyour nyour your accepted lover I Ido Ido Ido
do not know kDo V but I think that I might mightfeel mightfee mightfeel
feel fee the same If I believed that I had hadreason hadreason hadreason
reason to do so I might be angrier angrierthan angrierthan angrierthan
than you are for I am very Impetuous ImpetuousI
I do not always think before I speak speakBut speakBut speakBut
But now Miss 11S5 Trevor there is no nocause nocaus nocause
cause For the harsh things you you YO have havesaid have1Ui1d havesaid
said since you came here I forgive you youCan YOtLCan youCan
Can we not be friends friendsShe friendsShe
She DOt one hand out ut hesitatingly hesltaUn ly and andtook andtook andtook I
took a step forward There was was en entreaty entreaty entreaty ¬
treaty in her er eyes evesand and 1nlier In Jp her er voice o e Silo a
really desired to be friends with tide thteSi tIIkd tidegL
gL Si d whom Morris loved for as yet yetshe yetshe yetshe
she had not cussed the horrible convic conviction CORv1ctlon conviclion ¬
lion that was in the others mind mindFriends mlDdFrleDfs mindFriends
Friends with yo you exclaimed Carla Carlawith Carl CarlI Carlawith
I with such withering contempt CORt that Rita RkaInvoluntarily RitaInv Ritainvoluntarily
Involuntarily Inv luntrUy shrank away Of a BUd sudden BUddeft budden ¬
den now she understood and before bolerothe bolerotherealization the therealization Utereal
realization real aUon she cowed as from a blow MottIt blowIt blowIt
It was a gesture e ture which Carla mfabtter mfabtterpreted JRWItterpreted mletnterpreted
preted for she regarded it as an ac acknowledgment acknowledjJDent acknowledgment ¬
knowledgment of guilt Do YOU sup suppose p ppoee ppo
pose po e that I do not know kD9wT she contin continued c continued ltttn ltttnued ¬
ued with increased Increa ed scorn And Del why whyelse wh7eI whyelse
else eI e do you suppose I broke the en enjrageroent enI engageenent
jrageroent I > gOlDent Who supports you Morris MorrisLathrop Mom oorrIsLathrop
Lathrop Whose money purchasesluxuries purchases the theluxuries tbeluxuries
luxuries with which you > ou are surround surrounded
i ed Morris Lathrops Who hires your yonrapartments yoqrapartmeJtts yourapartments
apartments for you He does Whohas Whohas Who Whohas
has moved JB Ved you about from place to toplace toIace toplace
place Iace f Iron rou apartment to apartment apartmentl avart t tlet
let l wt your Y Ur address and your existence existenceshould ext ex t thoulti Once Onceshould
should be discovered 2 Always Morris MorrisLathrop MonisLathrop MorrisLathrop
Lathrop And Dd you dare to stand there thereand therewKh therewith
with your baby Jab face and innocent air airand airand
and ask me to be your friend Iwould Iwouldsooner I wooM wooMsooner OUW OUWsooner
sooner fondle fODdI a snake than touch your yourhand yourband yourhand
hand You talk about your soul be belonging beloDginJ1 belonging ¬
longing to God It belongs belongs to Morris MorrisLathrop MorriSLathrop MorrisLathrop
Lathrop for YOU sold c4d it to him In re return return return ¬
turn for jewels and dresses a luxu luxuriant luxuriant uxu uxurnt ¬
riant home bom And nd you have the effront effrontery e effrontery ont onteo ¬
ery to propose friendship fr1cnd hID with me meStill meSUIl meStill
Still Rita did not speak She CMJid ooeIdonly oo CMJidonl d donly
only onl gaze aze upon her accuser in a wide wideeyed wideeYed wideeyed
eyed horror too profound found for expression expressionand expre expressionand sloR sloRand
and she shrank farther and farther fartheraway trtbeaWy fartheraway
away until at last she he placed her hand handupon handupon 00 00upon
upon the back of an vphoistereU chair chairand chairand chairand
and leaned 1t Ded upon It utterly overv helmed helmedI
I wonder if you realize how 1 despise despteemyself despisemyself despisemyself
myself for coming here Carla contin continued continued continued ¬
ued hIt It lowers low rs me for the moment to toyour toour toyour
your our own level and that Is beneath con contempt centempt contempt ¬
tempt But I wished to see you I Iwanted Iwanted Iwanted
wanted to see a a woman who woyld oQ1d sell sellherself sclthersel sellherself
herself for cash I wanted to se S see I a awoman awoman awoman
woman who although devoid of ofsnd heart heartand heartand
and soul and decency dec nc yet vet possessed po s ed the thewitchery thewttcherv thewltcherv
witchery to make men mad madStop madStop madStop
Stop cried Rita suddenly and her hervoice hervoice hervoice
voice rang clearly Tnere was no more moreshrinking IDOr6shrinking nieceshrinking
shrinking in her attitude Her slight slightthe slightform slightform
form seemed to grow taller as she left Jettthe leftthe
the chair against which she had been beenleaning beenleaning
leaning 1 lng and with firm tread approached approachednear approachednear approachednear
near to Carla The pathetic tenderness tendernessand tendernessand tendernessand
and sorrowful sympathy were gone from fromher fromhet fromher
her eyes now n w The horror was still stlMthere sUKthere stillthere
there but through it sparkled Idlgnant Idlgnantprotest Idignantprotest idgaantprotest
protest righteous anger and unalterable unalterableresolve unaltehWIerefOlve unaltefabieresolve
resolve resolve You go too far Miss IL Trevor Trevorshe Trevorshe Trevorshe
she said with emphasis You are bad badcruel badcruel badcruel
cruel bitter It is you who should feel feelthe feelthe feelthe
the shame not notI I You come come here uninvited unin uninvited uninyUed ¬
vited to my house houseild aad for what To Toinsult Toinsult Toinsult
insult me Is that tho WI tz act of a lady ladyYon ladyYou ladyYou
You accuse me of things that I cannot cannotmention cannotmention cannotmention
mention and you know in your own ownheart ownheart ownheart
heart that they are false tals I will not dis discuss ellscuss discuss ¬
cuss them with you Thy < Vby should I I Icare Icare Icare
care not for your our scorn for I despise despisevou despiseyou despiseyou
you you When you came Into my apartment apartmentyou D apartmentyou artment artmentyou
you left without something that Mr MrLathrop MrLathrop Ir IrLathrop
Lathrop valued alued more than he did your yourbeauty yourbeauty yourbeauty
beauty Do you know what It was It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was your dignity It would be well If Ifyou 1 1you ifyou
you went out and searched for It again againI
I will tell you one thing th n more for that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you should know knowthat that somebody should shouldknow sbo shouldknow lld lldknow
know It Is not Mr Xathrops s money moneythat moneythat moneythat
that provides this house buys my mydresses mydr mydresses
dresses dr and supports me it Is my own ownIt ownIt ownIt
It was my fathers it Is now mine For Forthe Forthe Forthe
the rest I shall not argue with you youSuch youSuch youSuch
Such a thing would be to Insult myself myselfOh myelfOh myselfOh
Oh no The same Is yours not mine mineAt mineAt mineAt
At first n > t I was sorry for you and I would wouldhave wouldbave wouldhave
have forgiven but now You have havegone havegone havegone
gone too far At first I would have done doneall doueaU donealt
all that I could to reunite you with Mor Morris Morris Morris ¬
ris for I leve him and I Tvouuld see him himhappy himhappy himhappy
happy But it would not be for his hap happiness happiness happiness ¬
piness to unite with you it would be to tohis tohis tohis
his despair d r No I would not have himmake him himmake himmekf
make you his wife now It would not be boT7elL beTOeiL benelh
T7elL You are not a good woman womanHer womanHer womanHer
Her words came so mat so Impetu Impetuously Impetuously Impetuously
ously that Carla could do nothing but butstand butstand butstand
stand and listen to them She tried sev several several several ¬
eral times to Interrupt the torrent of o re rebuke rebuke rebuke ¬
buke that fell from Ritas lips but she shecould sheoouJd shecould
could not succeed succee < r There was some something someI somethiiul ¬
I thing in the manner of the girl that thatoverawed thatoverawed thatoverawed
overawed her that silenced her that thatcompelled thatcompelled thatcompelled
compelled her to listen even against her herwilL herm herelther herwill
wilL wilLICeither m
willher ICeither elther her of f them had heard the door doorbell doorbell doorbell ¬
bell although it rang sharply while Ritawas Rita Ritawas Ritawas
was speaking Now 10 as Carla opened her herlips herUps herlips
lips to reply the portieres were thrownapart thrown thrownapart thrownapart
apart and Morris Lathrop stepped steppedqulck steppedqulckly quick quickly quickly ¬
ly Into the room and paused overcome overcomeby overcomeb overcomeby
by b astonishment to see these two to together tog to together ¬
gether getherTie g getherThe ther therThe
The Continuation of This Story Will WUIDe WillBe WillBe
Be Found In Tomorrows TomorrowsIssue Tomorrowsl TomorrowsIssue
l Issue of ofTkc ofTkcJ The Times Timesi
Hoppe Demonstrates DemonstratesHis
His Billiard Ability AbilityXBW AbilityEW AbilityNEW
NEW EW YORK Dec D C S iWIllie Willie Hoppe Hoppeattti H019cstili Hoppestilt
attti remains the wonder of the billiardworld billiard billiardworW blIU d dworld
world worWThe worldTiM worldThe
The yomgater is J Just after aftP defending defendinghis d defendinghis fendlng fendlnghis
his 31 balk Mae 8e title against George GeorgeSkMeon GeorseSIoMoa GeorgeSlosson
SkMeon and defeattog tile veteran In iaI Intile inthe
I the brilliant fastskm which has chari chat chatacterlHcl characlerlsed
jacterfeed acterlHcl big 1aI play for the last few fewI fewIy fewyears
I Iy years yearsMany yearsI
I Many bttttard experts qtert believe Hoppe Hoppefis Hoppeis
fis is s in a class by 1 > > y hinself at the present presenti presentrime ent entttme
i time and DtI that it will be many years yearsbefore yerseorc yearsbefore
before eorc be e will be dethroned from his hisbilliard hisbilliard hisbollard
billiard throne Hoppe Is no respecter respecterof
of records as he has shown In the last lastfew lastfew lastfew
I few weeks The feats of Frank Ives Ive5the Ivesthe j jthe
the old billiard bIIlta marvel threaten to be DeontAJofte beoutdone j jontdooe
outdone by Hoppe HoppeWhile HoppeWhile HoppeWhile
While Hoppe seceeserully e98rully defended his histitle histitle histitle
title Jerome Keogh was less fortunate fortunatein fert1ulateIin
Iin in his championship match with Alfred AllredI AlfredDe i
1 D De 6ro Ore The Cuban wrested tLe title titlefrom titletrom titlefrom
from Keogh by a superb rally In th thfinal the theftDal thefinal
final match of the tournament when whenKeogh whenKeogh
I Keogh had a good lead and looked like likethe llkeUte likethe
the logical winner De Ore probably probablywill probabiywill
will nil be called upon to defend his cham championship champIonshIp championahip ¬
pionship against Clearwater and Hues HuestOR Hueston I
I ton 1a the near future futureI
I IHarry
Harry Walls VI aIls Starts on oni onUnique onUnique
i Unique Event In Manwell Max Maxwell 11axvell
well Car CarBy CarBy CarBy
Harry Watts who won ae the Ite sweep sweepstakes sweepstakes weepstale ¬
stakes stale trophy in the th Mu Key tsey H Historic HistoricTour Hl tore toreTour rtc rtcTo
Tour To r started tills thtestop morning OR a nose nosestop
stop stO run of 0 ISO mltec mil s a day for lea days daysheadquarters daysHe
He wDl start > > tart each atorMng ag from the theheadquarters theheadquarters
headquarters of the Quaker city at Motor MotorClub KotorClub MotorClub
Club in Philadelphia and Del travel around aroundthat monadthat 0UIId 0UIIdthat
that city for a 8 rtrfMue ra1ll of arrentyftva arrentyftvamiles seventyrivemiles eDt7ftY eDt7ftYmiles
miles Wails raJl will drive 4rl a Maxwell ear earand earaDd earand
and will endeavor to average aY < < qe twenty twentyMflos twe twentytitles ty
titles an hour leur throu throughout hoot the rum Thevarious The Thevnrlo
vnrlo various e round tripe as scheduled eover eovermany eovermany eevermany
many many points of Interest InteR < < and three pee people peepie N0 N0r
r vIe will be invited each day to accom aeeomI accompany ¬
I I P pany pan flY Watts Many AJ pptteslo apptfeatioAS a have kavebeen anI havebeen
I been made by PhliadetpfaJa motorists DIOtoI1 ta to toi toI toaccompany
I i accompany Walls l alis OR Ms daily grlndG grind grindG griadG
G Hilton Gantert starter for the theQuaker theQuaker
I Quaker C Clq y Club Ch wilt send the oar oarof oaraway oaraway
away each QCR morJ morning Ag and INl daily reports reportsof
of its performance will be flied with withthe wtt wttthe withthe
the clubs secretary The mHqne eweat eeentIs eweatis cweetIs
is attracting much interest latere t in motoring JIIOtorlDfrcircles motoringcircles
1 circlesFor circlesFor circles circlesKMF
For the Ar first t t time ae III its 1dM history ry the
EMF Compaar past will in Its JIll JKLbe 3 1 CJIt eamgn
Ign gn p Pr U cp a variety oC body stJe styles stylesThe
Tile be stanoard staJt Mod flve flvewhtch rivepaseatger epe touring ear earr oarwhich
r which has formed the backbone backbonecompanys ol tiN thecompanys
companys clJmp nys proedon prooccr prooccrHusmented rrni ct1oNa schema baa beeR beenaugmented beeRAUfInJeted
I augmented day a 5 5t2nn ro8d roadster ter and ad a cIem
t2nn tonneau I1 J51 type These Tb are In addition to toe toI
I tile e Flanders 3f XT styles st7le which are areroduced
I belK produced by plant 2 of the EJTF EM F
Companys psystem psystemThe system systemI systemThe
I The frisky frl ky co con > n tails in the conn
try lands surroncuing 8 Indianapolis are areAutomobile areto e
being sought In nut an according accordinged CCOIll S
to Information received ed by the Overland
Washington Xoto Company A tester testerat teeterat
at the WlIUsovertaDd WIIlls0v erland Automobile Com Company C Crmpany < m mPADY ¬
pany started the fad which to being 1te1D
taken up by soriety Those ThOfIebo who have
taken early mornng morn ng spins In their car cars
this lo fall all and early winter report thesport the thesport thesport
sport fascinating In addition to The Theexhilarating theexhilarating riteexhilarating
exhilarating ride in the brisk morning
air the hunters declare Ideal oppor ¬
tunities are offered to get A8t rabbits which
dart across the road in front of the
tourists The motorists moteri ts shoot them themsometimes tbmsometimes themsometimes
sometimes while the car is I still wI moving
Regular parties p rtle from rOlll the Overland
factory faet ry make weekly trip f fThe for this thissame thisgains
same and alwayS report success successa successThe uoceMThe
The AbbottDetroit Boll Do Dog r auto automobile automobile ¬
mobile and Its party of t tourists aI1IIt left Ie
Washington Va hlngtOD this afternoon with the expectation ex expectation expeetatlon ¬
pectation of reaching reachtn Ptt Pttrow Pttt Pittaburg barx tomor tomorrow toeaosrow
row night The bttleec bttleeca bAttle8C8Ired ear bus btUJa busa
a total mileage of 17258 11 mile to its itscredit ttscrecllt Itscredit
credit having traveled through twenty twentyseven tweatyseven twentyseven
seven States and a portion of Canada CanadaThe CaDadstuce Canadasince
since Jt left Kansas CitY In July last
The car is In charge c e of Dr Charles G
Perdval a wellknown newspaper manThe man manThe JIILThe
The driver is Dick Shade of orwhile Chicago Chicagowhile Chicagowhile
while L W Holt Eastern sates a man manager maaager manager ¬
ager of the AbbottDetroit Motor CarCompany Car CarCompany aurompany
Company is making the run with the thecar thecar thecar
car through the Eastern States The Theobject Theobject Theobject
object of the trip te to establish e ta I a mile mileage mIJeage mileage ¬
age of ltL 3GUM ll miles over all sorts of ofAmerican t ofAmerican
American roads The schedule from fromthis tromthis fromthis
this city Is Pitietmrg P1U burg Dayton Ohio Cin Cincinnati CIndnnatl Ctndnnati ¬
cinnati Louisville LouIsv Ie Nashville aah De Chattanooga Chatta Chattanooga ¬
nooga Atlanta Jacksonville Jaek oav le Fla FI Sa SavannIT SavannaFl
vannIT and up the Atlantic coast to toNew toNew toNew
New York where the th car will be shown shownat shownat hoWftat
at the automobile show which opens D8 in inNew inNew
New ew York on New Tear Eve After theclose the theclose theclose
close of the show the uBull Bull Doc will wflltour wnltour willtour
tour to Detroit by w wwill wayot way of Canada and aAdwl11 andwill
will then go to New i ithe Orleans erotng erotngI Crosstrr Crosstrrthe
I the State of Texas Tex the tourists win winreach wiDI willreach
I reach the City of Mexico early in the thenew theI thenew
I new year and thence win proceed to toCalifornia toCaJtfornIa toCalifornia
California aad up the Pacific Pact c coast to toVancouver toVa toVancouver
Va Vancouver ver From this point the nan ranwill raawill nanwilf
will be to Detroit via the provinces of ofCanada f fCanada fCaDada
Canada This will prime r1nr the mileage mileageup
up to 5G6wX or onehalf the distance distancemapped 4I distancemapped uaCe uaCenapJHd
mapped out for it
v The The Standings StandingsDEPARTMENTAL Stand StandingsDSPARTMENTAL ngs ngsDBPAR
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N Nuvy yY Yard 34 34Bureau D 11 52 St2l 52DwraK
Bureau l areas 91 4 1 1 1c Jill JillCesea
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Interior tt I M 414 444War 414War 414War
War ri Z 7 51 I fill fillhS 268XSW sNBV
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colonials colonialsNeuIands M MNcvteadi 11 g iIiI
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C Cents Ali I I 11 rc 4iifBureau rcareau
Bureau 84 it X XPotomac n 13 41i8 41i8Potonla 4118Potomacs
Potomac 21 L LWatfcnuUs t tadonaIa i 48 48adonis
adonis 31 9 13 429 429J5 42 4Z1rhastertts
J5 rhastertts isa st t ras 34 t 2 22 Wi WiDISTRICT 11IDISTRICT 15tDISTRICT
G W L L Pet PetSaengerbSnd PetSa PetSaengerbfind
Sa SaengerbSnd Dgerbfntd K 91 4 JJ JJChvnber 8SI t131CNember 8SIber
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Central Y X JIL C C CAI A 31 a TO 2 9 SH SHArcades S Srca4ea + i iArcades
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Terminal Y M C A 3 3t II 4 39 2 II 143 J43COLONIAL 143COLO 143COLONIAL
G W W L Pet PetManhattans PetaabttaDS PctManbattans
Manhattans > ManhattansPuritans > 7e M I 7 i18 i18Purlta 8 8Purtot
Puritans Purlta PuritansKnickerbockers 3 I 9 708 708PI9neers III IIIIt
PI9neers It > B H 11 663Knickerbockers m mK
K Knickerbockers KnickerbockersConttnontafe 18 J5 ISContinentals J5Conttnentale
Continentals ConttnontafePUgrime E 14 19 44 44Pilgrims t tPUgrim
Pilgrims PUgrimeIroqttote 76 n JI m mIroquois 3a3Iroquois
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Virginians M 8 25 25WASH J JWASH e4 e4WASH
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SovtM Sovtheot n 32 32Eastera 1 1 5 3Eaatert m mEa
Eastera Ea EasteraCotemlrfa terl > i i a 7 i3I ae8Caiuai i3ICelumAa
Caiuai Cotemlrfa CotemlrfaMechanical Aa 1 b I iii iiiMechanical
Mechanical 22 5 7 AU AULighting 414 414Lighting 414LlgbtiRg
Lighting Co M 0 i I 14 14SAE4 005 005SAENOBRBUND OlliiSAENGBRBUND
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Gtocks 9 I 3 3Haydse I 58 58HaydM
I HaydM HaY B6 K 9 6 609 609Schuberts G GScIi iii iiiSchuberts
ScIi Schuberts erts 12 7 i SS3 SS3Beotbovens SSABeetbevens sa saI
I Beotbovens Beet 8VeBS 12 1 5 7 41 41Sebumaas 17 17Schnmus i iScbUlDDS
Sebumaas w 1 I J i 5t 5tWagJ8rS IS ° 53 53Wagners
Wagners 2S It S 12 JJW JJWG 2QoJG 2QoJ 11G
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Raters 34 M 11 nFoundry 512 SilFoundry 512Foundry
Foundry Foundry sl 3 3 Ie > 14 47Antiques 417 417Antiques 417Antiq1aes
Antiques 31 M 14 417 417Borwa 417BwreB 417Barran
G W L pct PetColumbia pctColumbia PctColnmbla
Columbia 31 3s w 11 60S 60SKetwUs 61 61X 605Mutuals
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Hanmrcy Harmoay K M 17 17rio 4 4Orioles 48e 48eOrioles
Orioles rio X M 29 394 394Belgian 394Belgian 3SIBelgian
Belgian Wrestler Here HereTo HereTo HereT
T To o Challenge Champion ChampionNEW
NEW EW YORK Dec S iAJpltonse iAJpltonsestears 6AiphonseStteurs Alphonse AlphonseStetirs
Stetirs of Antwerp Belgium has arrtved ar arrived arrlYe4 ¬
rived In this countrySteers country countrySteurs CMtDtryStears
Steers is then the recognized championwrestler champion championwrestler cbampionwre
wrestler wre tlM of bis country and has de defeated defted do dofeated ¬
feated Ivan RoroanoCE the Russian Rts61aJ1giaDt Russiangiant Russiangiant
giant Aimeble de la a Camette the big bigFrench bigFreaeh bigFrench
French champion Carl Sft the Ger Gerwith Gercn Getcan
cn mat artist who wrestled 3 draw drawwith drawwith
with Ernest E t Siegfried and Anglic u1io the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South American champion Steers Is Ishere Ishere Ishere
here to challenge Frank Gotch George Georgei Ge GeorgeHackenschmldt rge rgeHackeoschmldt
i Hackeoscbmkit or Zcbyscko to a a tineb tin fln4sh 1In4sb
4sh eb for or the worlds championship in inmixed Instyle Innixed
mixed style of wrestlingPetengal wrestling wrestlingPetengal lIDg lIDgPetenga
Petengal the Turkish wrestler who whocheated whotfe whoideated
cheated tfe ted Padouberg the champion of ofRussia ofRu ofRussia
Russia Ru ia In Palermo Italy was defeat defeated defeatfeel defeated ¬
feel ed by Steurs in Brussels Dru els la tees 1e than thanI thanminutes
2 minutes last January JanuarySEWANEE JanuarySEWANEE JaDuarySEW
I SBWANEE Tin TeD Dec Lam 5 J D DMyers DX DMyers
X Myers halfback for three years waselected was waselected waselectPd
elected captain of the t e 1911 eleven to tonight t tnight bntgltt ¬
The Standings StandingsNATIONAL StandingsNATIONAL StandingsNATIONAL
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Palace PaJ PalaceWashington ce 22 22WnoMnctoa i 8S 8SWaehlllgten
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Caaiaes n 36 47 47NatioBal 4IJlI 407Nattoaai
I NatioBal Nat1o a1 Council E A AJ i 8 16 333 333Immaculate 333ImJDaeUlIlte 333Immaculate
Immaculate 8 IS 16i 333 333Tigers 322Tigers
i Tigers 5 I 18 283 2ItSII 263DISTRICT 283DISTRICT
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I Capitol HM 27 7 17 M > > 629 629Aritaetoa 29 29Arlington
I Arlington 27 l 17 17 1e 613
Royals 27 17 18 62D
Garrisons Garri80 27 16 1 11 38 38i m
i Resotetes 27 14 13 431 431ITS 1
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Congresefooals CO res oaaJs 27 1 25 6 03 03COaCMBRCTALr ins 03tC insCOMZdERCIAL
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W B Moses XQ 33 38 K 54 645
Wm Hahn Sons 38 17 16 1 S15
Parke Parker Bridt rldt Co 38 17 15 16Wash 515 515Wash 5IsWsb
Wash Tobacco Co 33 3 17 15 515
Tolman Laundry I ndry 33 17 16 JS1S 615
Havenner Bak Co 33 K 1 I 17 4 4S
GoidenbergB 3i 3Z 2i 3SI 3 l
N Anth Prow Co Co33 33 S 25 2 2SOUTHERN 2e 2eSOUTHEml 42 42SOUTHERN
Claim 18 16 2 J8S J EB5
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Garnets IS 6 12 333 333i 333CaMeos 233Cameos
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Neubecks Xeub becks cks 24 Ie 14 14The U UThe >
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Ktsfgnan Bros Bros4 24 6 IS 259 259Luck ZIJLuck 2aLuck
Luck Important Factor FactorSays FactorSays FactorSays
Says AllAmerican End EndNEW End1IEW EndEW
NEW EW HAVEN Conn Dec 51 5 J R RKUpatriok RKllpaLtrlok RK
KUpatriok K p trlck one of the greatest ends endsever endsever endsever
ever developed at Yale or any other othercoiiege othercollege othercollege
college has the following to say in the theYale theYale theYale
Yale Daily Ds y News on the football rules rclesThe rcleeTlle rulesTbe
The new rules are a success successfrom from the thestandpoint thestaD thestandpoint
staD standpoint lpotat of lessening Injuries If sta statistics sta statistics st stUstIc ¬
tistics are to be counted as reliable reliableThey re1lbleTbey reliableThey
They have emphasized the Importance Importanceof
of the field goal far beyond what It Itshould ItshouJd itshould
should be for two teams of anywhere anywhereequal anywhereequal anywhereequal
equal strength cannot possibly score by byrushing byras byrushing
rushing ras lDg the balL balLThe baILThe ballThe
The luck element d Is greater for or ther theris therIs there thereIs <
is more Jdcking g and ro so more chances chancesfor chancesfor chancesfor
for recovering reco rambled pants You canafford can canafford ca cadord
afford to take more chances chanc for the thepossession thepossession thepossession
possession of the ball Is not as important Impor Important Smportant ¬
tant as formerly The covering of ofkicks orklck3 ofkicks
kicks by ends ead is essential tJaI for success successRifles successRifles auccessRifles
Rifles to Entertain EntertainThe
The National RUles are giving a avaudeville 3 3vaudeville avaudeville
vaudeville show and dance Wedne Wednesdaynight Wednesday Wednesdaynight 3Y 3YnlJht
night for the benefit of the Corcoran CorcoranCadets CorcoranCadets CorcoranCadets
Cadets Acrobatic stunts ooon shouting shoutingand shoutingand shoutingand
and other features are on the evenings eveningsprogram even1Df eveningsprdgram > s sPro
program Pro m
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Without W thout question the most stylish styl sh uptodate and best wearing wearingshoe wearingshoe wearingshoe
shoe for men and young men ever produced at the price pr ce which whichis wf ch chis
is plainly stamped on each shoe af t the factory and cannot be bechanged heGhange bechanged
changed x 350 x400 400 X500 500 x 550 and X600 X600You 600 600You 600You
You buy the Emerson shoe direct ired from the manufacturers and andpay an anpay andpay
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