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"-& "T.- - n - "T";"'?' " if 14 JHS&e Kahoe Goes to Providence Looking for Hard-Hitting SCOUT KAHOE GOES TO E Will Look Over Brown and Lafayette College Youngsters. GOOD ONES HARD TO FIND, HE SAYS Most of the Best Are Tied With Some of the Big League Clubs. Up By "SENATOR." BOSTON. May 3. On his hunt for a Blunging gardener to be used by Jimmy JIcAleer's Nationals, Mike Kahoe. prize esout, departed for Providence today to look over the aspiring youngsters on the Brown and Lafayette College nines. Brown generally produces good base ball playcis, and the Nationals' scout thinkb he raav sec something worth while on the hill at Providence. Brown has three pretty fair outfield ers in StaC. Durgin, and Nosh. Durgtn Is hitting the hardest of the trio, and eeveral embryo scouts hanging around Hoston's rialto have been lipping Jim my ilcAIer about him. McAleer Gets Many Tips. Every time McAIeer comes here a flfHxl of near-scouting experts whisper into his car the merits of various youngsters playing on college and scml nrnfesslonal players In this neighbor hood. Kahoe spent the morning collecting schedules of the various New England college teams and will divide his time every dav between the Now England leaguers and the college bojs. 1 11 nanr around this section for som time," said Kahoe today. "I don't know how long, though. Then I'll take a trip around the New York State League, unless MrAleer uanth me to go boiiewhere else. They have good young sters in both these little leagues up hue. and I shall look them over. Good Ones Hard to Find. "The main trouble with the minors this vear seems to be that they are but farms. Almost every good-looking youngster I see Is tlid up to some other big league club. If I don't see any free kids, I'll swing over to the colleges al together. College players are becoming better and better nerv year. Most of them have professional coaches, and they are nearly ready for big league company when we get them." Prof. Joe Quirk has invested in a dog. a real Boston bull, and lie has got Kid Klberfeld Interested in the breed. "Steamboat" Bill Otey Is also consider ing the purchase of a mate to Joe's canine. District League. STANDING. Club. Won. AloysiUB .-. 1 Adams Express J Congressional? 0 Bureau of P .fc Eng.... 0 f ommlssioners C Columbia (101) 0 PRO C HUNT FOR SLUGGER Lost. Pet. 0 J.OfVt 0 l.W I ! .00) I 0 .000 I 1 .y 1 .00) GAME TODAY. CongTssionals vs. Bureau Printing and Engraving. YESTERDAYS RESULT?. Adams Express, 9: Columbia (10U, S. GROUNDS. lrirst and M streets northeast. Rob Dovle's? reormnlrnrt Ruroait tpam will I.co the Congressional Athletic ' t lub this afternoon, and as both nines have been put through a hard spring practice the game should prove inter- t esting Either Kraft or Bartlett will do ' the firing for the Bureau team, while , Manager Luiticli, nf the Congressional, will. In all probability, send in Garrett. Departmental League. STANDING. W. Postofflcp 1 Commerce and Labor... 1 JCavv 0 Agriculture .. .... 0 Interior 0 Interstate Commerce .. 0 L. 0 0 0 0 1 1 Pet. 1.000 i rwi .000 .000 .000 .CM) TODAY'S GAME. Nav s Vgriculture YEPI kPBlI'LTS. Commel "-state, 1. .to AMERICAN LEAGUE. Games Today. Washington at Boston. Philadelphia at New York. Detroit at St Louis. Chicago at Cleveland, Yesterday's Results. Washington, 3: Boston. 0. New York, 2; Philadelphia. 1. Detroit. 7, St. 7-oul?. 1. Chicago-Cleveland Wet grounds. Standing of the Clubs. W. Detroit ...15 New York S WASH'N. 7 Chicago.. 7 L. Pet. 2 .SS2 s .bi; 7 .500 7 .600 W. L. Pet. Boston. 8 .467 S .423 11 .333 12 .250 Phlladela B Cleveland 6 St. Louis.. 4 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Games Today. Cincinnati at Chicago. New York at Brooklyn. St. Iouis at Pittsburg. Boston at Philadelphia. Yesterday's Results, Philadelphia. 6: Boston, 6. New York, 5: Brooklyn. 4. Chicago-Plttsburg Cold weather. Standing of the Clubs. An Artistic Job That Will COME A UTTL f FlKMSHFrn ' - CLOSER ANT J m & '-J T C one of Milan's teased cTM lWmnni f to l, YERKES AND LEWIS A 1 Wfl JrFWP XSf' . Ot lo4iu.Wftv.'' SOMC BEFORE IT WAS V 1 BlmtfJS&Y MT ,mili ) fGVE t& TH?" SHOWING HOW MILAN CAPTURED- ' &iM - LW J fin f KK1 OF J AND NAILED illh, fN A L, , BOHEMIA VJHERE 1 ONE FRCV ENGLE IN iliih'vrv A ill A III I ti THErfW2sH JS&O VVALTER. JOHNSON AND OXMER PLAYERS LEAVING TE FIELD AFTER THEIR VI CTOR.Y. THIRD IS WHERE SOX ARE SLAIN Walter Johnson and Clyde Milan Go Down on Record as Faithful Servants in Natinoals, Third Battle of Boston Series. By "SENATOR." BOSTON, May 3. In one solitary ses sion fraught with evil for the Sons of Donovan and bountiful fortune for the goodly lads who travel over this broad land bearing the Insignia of "Jcems Mc Aleer," the third battle of the series was decided. When Steve Yerkes hoist ed a high fly for Clyde Milan in the last of the ninth the good angel marked down In the book of records against the name of Walter Johnson "well done." Yes, when all is said and done, it was very much to tho frappe for the Nationals. They held a jolly lead, don't y' know, after the third inning, and it was child's play for the premier hurler of the American League to hold tho Red Sox sluggers in the plam of his mighty right hand. They never had a chance to do unythlng with the choice assortment of charlotte russe chocolate bonbons and frosted castanas that he served up. Really, old chap, it was like taking pennies from a dead man's eyes. Walter decorated the enemy with a 3-to-0 coat of whitening. It all happened In that third inning, when "Powerful Gabby" Street danced a beautiful bouncer to left for two sacks. You know how far It must have gone to have Gabby land on second. Johnson took his war club in hand and Emote one to Yerkes. Stabbed At Third. Poor Gabbv was stabbed at third. One had gone over the river. Then little Zeb Milan, smiling and debonair, carefully salted one. pill in right field for two sacks, putting Johnson on third. It was up to "Merry Widow" Conroy, but he poked one back at Col lins, and -Johnson died on the base Colonial Pure Silk Hose For They will meet the demands of service because t they are made of GENUINE THREAD SILK, and t are re-enforced at heel and toe with linen. The lustre I cannot "wash off" or "wear off" as' it does in floss silk I and mercerized silk. They fitting the foot and the ankle tidiness you know how to so seldom get it. Eight colors. BLACK, TAN, PEARL, SLATE. NAVY, MAROON, HELIO. PURPLE. There isn't a silk hose so widely sold in Washing ton as the Colonial Pure Silk. The leading Haber dashers feature it as the most satisfactory of all silk hose. Look for this trade mark on every pair. THE MT1WALS IftSTIBPflSSE path. Milan reached third and "WId" second. "Handsome John " Lellvelt stopped perusing his map of Boston, Including its alleys and historical places, and drove a beautiful blngle to right field, scoring both Milan and Conroy. One thousand laughs burst forth from the bleachers. But the end was not yet. The nifty Nationals felt that they needed one more, and they not It, too. Kid Elber feld, wee chap of mlghtv muscle, rail roaded a pippin at Clydo Engle for a bag, sending Lellvelt to third. The Kid then hypothecated second, and when Gard ener made a painful heave to Nuna maker, the hayrick backstop, Lellvelt drilled across the gink guiding a choochoo buggv down hill In a gale. After that what Is popularly known as a pitchers' battle ensued, and In spite of the ensuing there was nothing doing for the Red .Sox. Enjoyed By Fans. Walter Johnson let everybody work behind, making no effort to whiff his opponents, and " most of the fans en Joyed the struggle. That is. If any Washington folks were there, they did. The rest don't count much, affr all. A terrific gale blew across the field during the game, and the outfielders had to do their prettiest to get under the hard drives. In the second round Milan turned, ran like a scared rabbit, leaped Into the air and nailed Engle's attempt at a homer. The Impetus of the descending sphere Wok the Tennessee flyer oft his pins, and he rolled over and over. Engle was rounding second when it dawned upon him that the Nntlonals' scintillating constellation had held the pljl. So he Men f are perfectly fashioned, with that trimness and appreciate because you 50c Pair Ask for Colonial If you want the best. THE WASHINGTON TIMES; WEDNESDAY, MAT -3, 1911. Bear Repetition, Is the Way -mirn j walked to the bench while a policeman In center was thinking of pinching Milan for robbery or something like that. When you come to think It over. Milan was some shakes In the contest. The first time up he popped up a teaser in nhort left. Lewis wanted it but Yerkes evinced some desire in that di rection himself. Then Yerkes got chilled toes and ceased. Second, and Then The pill descended between them and Milan reached second. His second at tempt was bounding double to right, and then, and then In the eighth he sprink led a single to center. Yes, James Mc Aleer has decided to give him a longer trial before going back to the minors. The Red Sox came near scoring In the sixth, when Nunamaker coughed a double to left and was sacrlnced to third. Harry Hooper drove a mighty blow straight at Elberfeld. Nunamaker was at the plate when the little pepper box squeezed the line drive and touched the cushion for a double play. How ever, never again did they land on that last station. George McBride. prince of short field artists, regaled himself with seven as sists, three of them being of the "Al" variety. He figured In two of the three double plays, and Jeems McAIeer n.itioH him on the back when the battle was over. "Powerful Gabhy" Street poled a dou ble, thus keeping up his fine batting average, and his game behind the plate was as good as Johnson's In the box. No Uhe talking. Johnson and Street are still a mighty and altogether magnifi cent battery. After the boys had ar rived at their hotel, Walter Johnson announced that he thought he might be able to pitch one of tho?e games at home against the "Mack men," so don't forget those tickets, gents. Following Is the score of yesterday's game: BOSTON WASHINGTON. AB H.O.A.E I AB.H.O.A.B Hooper.rf. 4 0 10 0 Mliafi.cr... 4 J 2 i o Conroy.lf .401O0 Lellvelt.rf. 4 110 0 Elb'f!ld,3b 4 0 4 11 McBride.u 4 0 3 7 0 S'mlott.lh 3 1 10 ft 0 Cun'am.Ib 3 0 1 S l Street.c... 3 1 S o 0 Jobnson.p 3 0 0 0 0 Garrtner.2b 3 0 3 5 1 SpeakBr.cf 4 0 3 1 C Lenle.lf . 4 1 R 0 C KliKl.3b.. 2 0 S 0 Y-rke.s. 10 14 0 Wllami.lb I 2 13 0 0 Nun'ker.c. 3 1 2 0 C Colllm.p.. 3 1 0 2 C Totals.. SO 7 2.17 II Tota.Ii.. 32 6 27 12 2 Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Wajhlngton 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 03 Huna Milan Conroy. Lellvelt. Two-bas hits Milan (2). Street. Lewis, Nunamaker. Sacrifice hit Collins. Stolen base Elberfeld. Double plays Cunningham. McBride, and Fomerlott. McBride and Somerlott (2; Elber feld 'unassisted). I"ft on bases Boston, S; Washington. 2. First base on balls Off John son. 1. lilt by pitcher Engle.' Struck out By Collins. 1; by Johnson. 3. Umpires Mestr.o. Eans and Egan. Time of game 1 hour and 40 minutes. All Beer But Some a Little Bit IMPERIAL EXPORT LAGER BEER Is Classed Among the Best EXTRA RACE DAILY ON PIMLICO CARD Seven Events This Afternoon, With Open Throughout Wilson Entry Good for the Druid Hill. BALTIMORE, May 5. It seems prob able that seven-race programs will be the order for the rest of the Pimllco meeting. Another Is provided for this afternoon, and like those that have preceded, each event has a big field of classy entries. The first race on the card has a somewhat open look. Fort Worth has performed well in the South and may win here, with Racewell a good place prospect. The Druid Hill Park Pursefor two-year-olds brings out a bijr field of youngsters. The Wilson entry must be preferred here. On the openinjr day Moisant Just beat New River, but It was the general opinion that the tables would be turned when the youngsters met again. MolSant looks best for place. Laymlnster has been working well since coming to Pimllco and mlgnt win tho third race. Sea Cliff ran a great race and was only beaten a head by Theo Cook Monday when the three quarters was run In 1:121-5. That race gives him a look in. Busy, too, may have to be reckoned with. The Elkrldge Steelechase for hunters looks good for Adventurer who rah so well at Pimllco laBt fall. Billy Garth's green one. Tyro, may get the place. The Oriole Handicap will bring out some good ones. It is hardly likely that Plate Glass will start. In the event that he does not the Hlldreth entry should win with Guy Fisher likely for the place. The maiden race doubtless has a sleeper In It, but of the known ones Sprlngmass looks best with Footlights as good as anything for place. Fltzherbert is apt to break up racing at Pimllco. It Is very little use for anything now on the track to chase after the Hlldreth crack with the ex pectation of getting anything better than second money. 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Up to automobillsts. Entries for the Four Leaf Clover run of the Washington Automobile Club will close on Sunday, and Judging by the reports which I have heard the affair should be a big success. Capt. Ted Johnson Is In charge of the blanks and he tells me everything points to a most successful event. Kelly In Marathon. The latest Baltimore entry In the In tercity Marathon, from Laurel to this city. Is John Kelley, of the Cross Coun try Club. As a schoolboy, Kelley made a great reputation In tho Federal games In this city two years ago and I think hejnrould be a good man for the Washington men to look out for In the big run. Eastern loses. It is rather surprising that Eastern should fall so hard an tn ha hpatpn hv Q tr 1 H. TaaIi In h. IntAphl.h onnnnl series. Tech has probably caught Its stride.and from now on may be rather troublesome for those who have already figured out the result of the race among the flvo high schools for premier honors on tho diamond. Pimllco well conducted. When one considers the excellent management of the Pimllco course. It at once leads to reflection on the abuses that have closed, one after one, prac tically every race track, in the country."1 At Pimllco those In charge are in cluded among the most representatii o business men of Baltimore, and the' see to It that the sport is conducted on the highest possible scale. Racing In Florida closed last week, and probably will never again be re vived in that State, and with the game , already dead in New York. Louisiana.: California, and other States, It Is no wonder that tho Intelligent Marylanders I should be so jealous of the good repu tation or rimnco. Catholic Team Weaker, But Expecting Results Although the absence of Tobln and Ruiz will greatly weaken the team. Catholic University expects to put up a creditable showing against the Navy at Annapolis today. Shortstop Ruiz Is out with a broken ankle, and Captain Tobln is too ill to play his usual good game. It was thought that Ruiz had merely sustained a sprained ankle when he was injured in the A. and M. game last week, but subsequent examination develops th fact that a bono has been fractured. It Is likely that both men will be out of the game with Georgetown Saturday as Tobln Is In poor physical condition t play, and Ruiz -will not play for the rest of the season. Naps' Manager Quits, But Stays With Team CLEVELAND. May i. Disappointed at the poor showing that has been made so far this season by the Naps. Jim Mc Gulre today handed his resignation 1 1 President Somers, to take effect at once McGuIre will continue with the team as scout. It is expected that Captain Stovall will take charge of the teairn until a new manager is selected. manufactured in "SWELL" Kins Blucher Oxford run as follows: -4 400 - 420 - 435 - 450 - 485 etc fjjpvm II WW Sr v Iff &j&r v V $4-20 W. L. Pet. W. Phllad'a..l3 3 .813 Cincinnati 4 New York 9 5 .643 Boston.... 5 L. Pet. 6 .100 12 .294 t .ann w Pittsburg. 8 5 .G16 St. Louis.. 3 Chicago.. 9 6 .600 Brooklyn. 4 11 .267 Hv -..;. Jj&ns&if. f&fe t i uPftiMV- r.JkMfewttl!&, Ji' &- j-5:.t -. .