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fT THE WASHINGTON TIMES: SUNDAY; MARCH 12; 19i.1 ft t ii r i i Hilltop To Play G. W. U: President May Open Tourney Brewer Equals Record Ifr -Tfi- v M BILLY SMITH WANTS LOOK AT GRIFFITH'S SURPLUS MATERIAL CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va., March 11. -Billy Smith, who formerly managed the Atlanta team, and who now Is at the helm of tho Itlchmond club, will come to Charlottesville tomorrow to In p'poct Griffith's youngsters, with the view to orranglng deals for any excess material Drift may find on his hands when he nets ready to do his pruning. "While manager of the Atlanta team, Bmlth and Griffith had many business relations, and although the Washington club has an agreement whereby Minne apolis Is to havo first choice of all over h.td material. Griffith said today that he would be glad to give Smith second choice. "The coming of Smith does not mean that I hare any trades In view, re marked the Old Fox. "I do not know enough about my new players to judge who shall or shall not be kept, yet. However, when the 'cutting time comes It will glvo mo plcasuro to talk trades with Smith, after I have been assured that Cantlllon cannot use my f"" ilftvcrs As the matter now stands. I in not know what I shall havo to offer ? what Smith will have to glve-pro-vldcd fio latter likes any of my men "siinday at Camp Griffith afforded the playerS their first opportunity to rlte letters home, to do "T tensive reading, and to K to church. There aro many conscientious chunm cnr.rn under the canvas and tnose (vhorcoUu'ldnrt ""I their favorite d. nomination, waived all forraylW na put sued what worship the town al fords. "Doc" Tuncey Wyntt Ayera and Bam Gittlngs are pending the "ay In Washington with their families. On his way to the depot last n Ight Ayera threw a score Into smf ,." boys when they Inquired hi 'lestlna tlon. "Griff has farmed me to Mlii; neapolls and 1 am leaving ton'nht. aid the dentlst-but ho couldn t con ceal the Bmllo that revealed the lie. All hands aro absorbed In the In teresting fact Ihjit a nst colloKO pitcher who stands C feet 2 Ir. his hose is to come to this club. Although the training reason Is not suf I llclenlly advanced for any of the wise acres or Griffith himself to predict who will stick this eason and who Is to be sent back for moro development, thero is one young man going through tho dally routine here who looks to i....- .... ..t.niifa n llltcll Ills nOlOO to a Washington contract. Ills name Is Charlie Humphries, and ho halls from ....- .t ,. x'unin TMfrii team. where ho "knocked 'cm dead" last sca- ron. This Humphries Is a Pitcher, with nil the big leaguo earmarks, and If ,' lun't taking his turn In the box this reason. It won't be h s rauil. i ItfaMal. trvttltr lg nam mr n. mnu, u . hns the goods to deliver. His control ia vntinnni ami he lias a mixed de livery calculated to puzzle all tho Ty Cobbs and Frank Bakers on the Ban Johnson pay roll Most of yesteplay morning Griffith Ment just behind the pitcher's box watching tho arms and stylo of the men he Is trying out. and an expression of satisfaction wreathed his face throughout tho tlmo tho Norfolk candi dal worked. That Griff is impressed with this youngster is vouched for in tho fact that ho kept htm at work longer than any of tho other pitchers, nml the manager admitted to his In quisitors that Humphries Is a "comer." leorgo McBrldc. captain of tho team. Is another who likes the action of Humphries, and Nick Altrock and Mike Martin predict big things for him. If lie la kept, ho will nt In nlroly with Griffith's pltch'ng scheme and add a valuablo mull to tho twirling staff. Carl Sawyer, tho lulleld nomination who comes up for consideration. Is be ing taken seriously, and those who watch the practice are of the opinion that he will bo a handv man to have around In ease anything goes wrong vJtn the Inner breastworks of the team. Griffith didn't tako hfs eyes ofC tho iiianv nlnycrs who were rushed In against Virginia yesterday afternoon, mid tho Old Fox wns plainly trying to come t some conclusion about the leal value of Uiobo who aro under his watchful eye here. The pitching and base-running were most carefully scrii tlnlzed by tho new mayor of Charlottes v(lle, and he was plainly pleased with the work of Harper, Gallia, and Tod Sloan. The latter Is from linden, 'Venn., the homo of Horace and Clyde Milan, and ho Is getting a trial hero largely at the request of Clyde. Fielding long "les in both the morn lug practice and during the gamo In the afternoon was difficult hccaiwo of tho brisk wind thut swept tho. field. It v.-as not a cold wind, however, and other than nnceiing mo rournu m " Iml's In their night, did not bother the players. "I'on" Lannlgau. athletic trainer at Virginia, wns on tlin Mo lines morning nnd afternoon, rcu-ly to s'gn any of tho lads Grift let out. Qf course, there li no kick on the, giuidy colors worn by the Virgin a stu dents and nthletes, but ono 'can't help but think that It U rather early for cntcrplllars. Charlottcsvillo l the only city in tho American League that has no Chll.ls I.unch? Sirs. Saundcts Is the only res taurant muKiiate here. T oose wallpaper s still the style In ii. nwt-ctaM hotels and dormitories, but folding doors havebecome passe. ., .... rsrirrlth'a rookies and the xlrginirMiPdonTfh. hamlet Is nulte .ill of rawrAW boys. Tiv ns ho vlll7llay Morgan hns been .ough to" be mistaken for a club owner, ,,thcr than a mero player Kenneth McGoyrn. the ; r.llcVericiJlfClfilc to di o to report to Z aaofvSsMvg ho isn't fonna wauig. Anothor cause iw iiw year and moro than mado R00. Mr.Oovern comes to the Urirfmen en tw.iw n lh recommendation 01 All- mck. who caught the boy one ntemoon nbJtit three vrcrkfl ago whll "ojourninc At Calesburc. Nick has told Urlft that he bellevos the lad Is big league timber, and tho Old Fox, trusting in Nick as usual, told the vetoran to got him here, "by hook or crook," Two dayn of better training weather could hardly bo asked by any man In charge of a ball club, and yesterday's exhibition game with Virginia brought out many salient features in tho actions of tho men who are working here. The practice gamo waB snappy throughout, having been played In ono hour and thlrly-flvo minutes, and Virginia lost, 4 to 1. Grift used three pitchers, ma did J nek Ryan, and the former appeared to be delighted with the varied offBn.se and deftnse presented -by his candidates. Beforo tho game was through nearly every man In camp had been In the game ror at least an inning. Gallia proved that he Is, If anything, better than ever, and Harry Harper's mound work .showed that he will con tinue a steady twlrler. Harper's control Is not of the best as yet. , 'Tod Sloan, of whom probably less Is known than any of the moundsmen who served yesterday, made a distinct Im pression, lie nas a, wealth of speed, and throughout his Innings he slam med them across In a manner that smatterod of that speed wonder. Wal- lu, uuiiuouii. jucapiio ioo jaci mai Sloan passed two batters, his work was liked, and a little more time here will give him the needed control. The fact that the Grlffmen were bat ting against what may be termed "only oouege pitchers" need not carry so much weight In considering the thir teen hits made yesterday. Jack Ryan has a speedy staff of pitchers under bis care, ana they aro all more than six week Into their training. Tester- day they turned loose all of their "swift." nni between them struck out rour Washington batsmen. Of tho thirteen hits, one was Shanks' burning double to right, which scored sawyer in tho fifth Inning. Sawyer himself had got on by slipping one through shortstop, and Shanks' fly went so far that the fleet-footed little Inflcldur had no trouble scoring on the double. Four of Washington's blnglcs were gleaned off the delivery of Field, five off Calloway, and four off Rlxey. a kid brother of Kppa Rlxey. The lat ter is one of Ryan's most likely look in twlrlers, and If ho can learn to work faster, ho may be looked over at ooinc miure nme. Much Interest centered In the work of Palmer Stearns, tho former Western High School athlete. Stearns played second for Virginia and got two hits, both wrlt-brandcd for at least one base. T.lkn tlm vir-ini. ni,i, Stearns Is all speed, and ho stands up ..v n.c um uo wen as any on Ryan s Dcnch. Clyde Milan had a great day with the .stick. Ho amassed three hits and two ""' ".P? w otherwlso materially responsible for a victory. The other - -' oy Wi.rrltjr and - - --..-" ...hinum mny m crcaitea to Smith. Beginning Monday, three and five Inning-games will be played between AI troek's Almosts and Orlffa Alreadys. ITie Old Fox Is depending largely on these interteam notches to draw a close Dead on the abilities of the candidates, and one will be staged each day that the weather permits. And, speaking of weather, Jt now ap pears as though tho luck of the Na tionals has changed. The sun yester day was actually warm, tho birds ac companied the ring of the bats, and over In the swamp beyond tho railroad track the first frogs began to chirp or whistle or croak, or whatever frogs do. All of those signs, together with tfto TTfsenc of a training ball club, ara aura naroingers or spnnff. Many of the oldor regulars did not get into uniform rturlnar the after lunch game. Walter Johnson and Jim Bhaw did only a bit' of pitching to catchers ana tnen tracK worn in tne morning. Walter la In great shape already, ond if Jim Bhaw will cut nut two rt hln throre meals a day he would soon get Just where Mlque Martin wants him. The next exhibition game Is sched uled for Wednesday with Virginia. Urlfflth asked for waivers on sir newBpnper photographers and a mov ing picture operator today. Martin did IIKewlse on four waiters who Insist on mlxln; tho peas and mashed pota toes. Ilochllug. Harper, Rentley, and the newcomer, McUovcrn, will make a great nortslde quartet, which reminds us or the fact that Mike Martin has engaged tuo collego slilgers to present a Sunday evening sacred concert at the ctuo house tonight. The amateur status of tho singers Is not expected to be ar ticled, as they will not sing with Griffs athletes, but ather sing at them, ir Harry Hnrpcr will Keep unlet. T1IK UOX SCORE. NntlonuK All It o a n (' Mtlnn.rf .! 3 0 U 0 Moellcr.pf.. J 1 0 o o Virginia. All If fl XT. llerldry.Ns,. 4 113 1 Htt'urns.Ib.. 3 2 110 Morion. '.'b.. 2 0 3 10 rViater.Sb... 110 10 I'nrlin.Sli... : (i u 1 (i pmllli.cf.... 3 0 12 0 Jlhlre.lli... s U 1 0 0 Uhllc.ir. . 2 0 4 10 Jmulcison.ir 1 1 0 0 0 nrrmnn.ib 2 v Hllckley.Sb. 0 3 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 luruer.rr... n i n o n 1 1, Milan, rf. 2 0 10 0 It'drau.U.lb 3 J 6 0 MorKnn.Sb.. !01! I it.umey.ff 2 0 0 rinKton.rf 2 0 0 Oreen.c... 2 fl.2 II. a'moy.c 1 0 3 t'H,lloll",n 10 0 Knwyer.Sb.. ! S 2 1 0 Mullriile.ns. 2 1110 1 0 Shanks. s.. 2 12 11 1'ieia.p looi lllxry.li 2 10 1 0 0 (llllHTitV.C. .10 5 10 nallia.p.... 10 0 10 llanwr.D... 2 0 l 0 0 Totals.... 31 i:ni 3 Sloan. p 10 0 0 0 Total I .. 24 13 1 3 2 National 101 Virginia WO 101 Ciio-1 WK) HO I rum-e. Milan (21, fiawer. Gharrlty, and Hinlth. fliolen liaxes .IiirlRo am llarher. rirnt lwc by error--Nationals, 3: Virginia. 2. Left on liaatn Xiit!on.il. 10: Virginia. J. I'ltst baio on ballsOf: Harper. 1: o(T Hlojm, 2: ofT I'lclil. 2; olT '. 1. Innings pllclicl-Ity Oalllfl. 3; by Harper, 3: by Sloan, 2; bv Calloway. 5: by Field, 4i by lllxey, 1. fitruck nut-lly (lallla, 1, b llarpr, .1, by Sloan, 1; by Calloway. 2i by Field, l; bv pinny, 1. Two.bnse lilt Slmnka. Double playa-Sbanka In Banyrr to Itondnau; Whltn to Morton, Hit by pitcher ny Hlo.in, 1 (It. flivntluncv). Umpire Mr, Altrock. Time o( gainc 1 Kur and 23 inlnulri. Wants Games. Holy Name, pennant winner In the Catholic Church Haseball Lengtio last year, would like to hcor from strong teams In tho city wishing to arrange games during April. Charles Mnrx, of 519 Twelfth street northenst, assistant ninliagcr, will look nftcr all challenges, Morgan High Gun. It, I), Morgan won first honors at the weekly shoot of tho Analostan tlun ' (.'Itib yesterday. Ho broke RS targets ,,t of ICO. J. f WynK oon was second. jjc pulled down 83 "filers" out of 109, T HY START TOURNEY Chief Executive Will Be Asked to Set Ball a-Rolling at A. C; B. A. Meeting. That President Wilson will touch " electric button at tho White Mouse which will set In motion tho mammoth bowling tournament, to be held In tho National Capital, nnder tho auspices of the Atlantic' Coast Bowling Associa tion, commencing April 3, Is confi dently expected by the management. A committee wlltwnlt on tho Chief Rxecutlve at nn early date to present the request, which will give the big tourney a national standing. " It was Intended to Invite the Chief Magistrate to roll the first hall In per son, as the Inaugural feature of the big meet, but In vtow of the International situation this Idea lias been practically abandoned. The lease on tho old Census building at First and 11 streets northwest, which will house the tournament, was signed yesterday. The paper calls for ll.&W for a period of six weeks. The transaction wa closed through the reat estate of fices of II. R. llowonstetn. Work on tho Improvements, however, haa been going on for soma time, as thero was a deposit on tho building. A circumstance of Interest Is the large part business houses of the city are taking In tho meet. A number of local banks, department stores, retail stores, and other business Institutions havo entered teams, composed of their employes, at their own expense. Teams thus financed by their employ ers, entered during tho tost week. In clude; Kann'e, Woodward ,t Lothrop, narbcr fr Ross. Heeht's. Guile Shaffer, Cook A Oehmler, florists: tho Evening Star, tho American Security nnd Trust Company, and tho Metropolitan Bank. The line-up of the Metropolitan Hank team will be as follows: ". K. Bright, J. W. Manning, C. V. Ktzler. R. P. Holllngsworth. .1. G. Mooro. and Louis EckloffT The Star quint has been en tered In all events, as have many of the others. - A number of "special" nights have been arranged. They will Include a Mardl Grns night on Snt'irday. April f. with confetti nnd accompanying fea tures of tho famous Now Orleans car nival; a Mosonlr night an Klks night, a Knight of Columbus night, a Phila delphia, night. Aprir 14' a Baltimore night, n Syrncus night, a ladles' night, a Washington baseball eluh night, and others not yet decided upon. Griff has promised to leave two loams of Ids players compete on baseball nlKht. It I proposed to have McBrldo ciiptnln ono of tho teams, and Ray Morgan the oth er. Members of Congress from the cities to wiileh are assigned special celebra tions will be asked to welcome tho con tingents from their home towns as they arrive at tho jou-tlng place A benefit performance Is being held" at the National Theater, tomorrow night. by the Siasons, tor xn p"nnn min ing a fund to enter all of their twenty teams. The entire house for the first night production of "Princess Tra-ta-U" has been obtained for the exclusive accommodation of Masons and their families. It Is estimated that nmnle re turns will come In from the benefit show to finance the fraternal rollers In their raid on the prize money. The Klks will hold a dance nn St. Patrick's day. with a view to placing their ten teams in the lists. The order will also stage a preliminary three-ball bofllng bout for the same purpose. Ladles' teams competing on ladles' night will number nt least six. Hie Arcade league has slgnlllcd Its Inten tion of putting forward such a quint. The ladles' team of the Ingram Church will compete, as will n teanf from the Marine League, .one from tho Grand Centra Palace alleys, one from Balti more, and another from New Knglaml. Tho Grand Central Palace alloys team la composed of some of the best woman rollers In the city. Mrs. Vogels berger Is anchor, and Is supported by Mrs. Louis Ador. Miss Rae Bervler, Mrs. Klmer Sadler, and Mrs. George Ise mann. One or the most amusing features of the big clnsslc will le the performance or l. u, r leicuci P ,iudiuuuii ivum eomnosed of 213-noundcrs or over. 'I ha "stout things" will be adorned 'i crimson shirts with stars on Viclr l- V It wsj remarked that It might bo ,e to thus"abel them, so that their Btalii.s would be iinmlitaknble. The one-ton team 1b mnde tip as follows: V. II. Fletcher." 215 pounds: Rugone Carusl, 273: O. C. fierce. 200; Jim Watts, 250, and C. P. Miller, 2J0, Another stunt will bo the pie rare or the thirty-two pin hoys, at Ihe opening of hostilities enrh night. The first boy to get placed will be given a pie. The pies are to be donated by Holmes' bakery, as will ho the Jerseys worn by the bovs. with the ford "-Holmes'-across tho back - Mrs. Klmer Radlcr. Wednesday night, bowled tho highest Individual score by n woman roller mado In Washington this winter. She carnerod 119 nlns In ton frames, with five spares. Tho re! on was mode on tho Grand Central Palace alleys, Clyde Aclon wns presented this week with a box of dftv cigars for tho high est Individual game nn the Ornnd Cen trnl Palace alleys rolled during the past week. The count wns 139. A similar box will .go each week to the high man on tho alleys. Tho T. M. II. A. has organized a lenuuc of four trams, which nre sched uled to roll everv Thursday night, from now until tho lato summer. The teams nre dcslgnnted. the Y's, tlm M's, the ll's, and tho A's. Moo OfTcnberg has been chosen president of the oomblns. ' Tho Cnnltol Hill Howling Alleys, 2W Pennsylvania nvemm southeast, will pm n th'ee.hxii tounmment from Mnrrb 13 to IS Inclusive, for tho nur of i'p!k1iif funds to send the Capitol Hill llowlini tesm In the 'big tournev. Fip neran, Itelchnrd. Miller. .InV. Plllnn and Chester nre the members nf tho team. Johnny Priest Sicrned By Brooklyn Team NKW VonK, March 12. The official release of Sam Hyatt. Cardinals' first baseman, to St. Paul, wna nnnounced todnv by President Toner, of tho Na tional league. Ad Hrennan also goes to St. Paul, from tho Cubs, It was an nounced. The following contracts wore listed In the statement by lleydlcr: Willi Hostrui, Oeorge Davis; Tlronk lyn, D. J. Hickman and J. Priest; Chi cago, C. I Clemens. Charles Perilous, Max Flack; New York, William Pole, Herbert Huntr: St. 1-ouls, Artlo liut Itr and Iloy Corban. PRESIDEN WILSON Georgetown Ready To Take'on G. W. U. A came of football for ncxU Thanksgiving Day was ar ranged today between repre sentatives of Georgetown and George Washington, in session on tho Hilltop. Graduate Man ager Charles Cox, of George town, and Graduato Manager David A. Baer, of Georga Washington, talked over pre liminaries after satisfactorily agreeing to tho engagement. When football was reinstated at tho downtown school recently and Baer assumed his mana gerial duties, talk of a football iramo between tho two schools was started. Ofllcials of both institutions aro known to view tho situation favorably, but will ' make no declaration. Tho man agers got together yesterday over the, phono and arranged a meeting for today. It was understood that Catholic Uni versity wanted a game with Georgo Washington for tho holiday, but may bo asked to tako an earlier date. Tho last meeting between tho teams was ten years ago. The severance of relations with Virginia has robbed George town of a big game here. Financially the Georgetown George Washington meeting will bo a big thing for both in stitutions. The managers have agreed to the game and will take tho matter up with tho executive boards of the insti tutions. A decision is expected within a week. By Three Title Heavyweights Pick ihe Kasnan to Win Over Frank Moran. NRW TOHK, March I2.-nghtlng authorities and former heavyweight champions, appear to favor Jc'ss Wltlard In his coming battle with Trunk Moran. Klvo former kings of the heavies were Interviewed nnd three predicted a win for the Wg Kansan, nnd two favor the contender. Corhott. Jeffries and Fltz slmmonn look favorably upon Wlllard while Sharkey and Jack Johnson nrn willing to place their coin of the realm on Moran. Joo Choynskl, a contender for heavy weight honors from ISSi to 1301, said Wlllard should defeat Moran, but Jack McAulllTc. retired and undefeated light weight champion, reruscu to make a prediction, hut said It would bo a rules tlon of condition. Kllbnnc, boss of tho leaincrwL'ighls, iikcs willnni a cnances In the battle. In the meantime, tho State Athletic Commission yesterday took radical ac tion against Champion Jess Wlllard and the Pioneer Snorting Club, which has Its home in the Amsterdam Opera House, In West Korty-tourth Btrect, be cause It had been announced that the champion would box cstcrday ngalnst Al Itclch. Ilclch did not appear and tho commission decided that the crowd, which packed the hall at 2S cents each, had been deliberately "fooled. ' Tho club was susponded for thirty days. Krank Moran will get down to harder work beginning tomorow. Moran hns chafed under the leush for two days upon arriving from Saratoga. Horses at Bowie to Show at Big Meeting The first load of horecs that raced at New Orleans the post winter, arrived nt Prlnco George's Park, Howie, yester day for tho twelve-day Hprlng meeting, April 1 to April 12, Inclusive. On Wednesday several more car loads are scheduled to arrive. Thoso horses, with those that wintered at Uowle and Bennlng, arc about ready to go to tho post, as weather conditions, with tho ex ception of a few days, havo been such that trainers have been able to keep their charges In good condition during tne ore season. Many Improvements have Ijeen made nt the track Including the cutting down of a portion of the hill In tho Infield. nnd the filllnc In of the ravine on tho north end of tho grandstand, so thnt tho grandstand can he enlarged, uud homo hleichcrs erected. Carroll Institute Is Ahead in Two Games Carroll Institute won both games of a bnsketboll double-header participated In by the llrst and second tennis of that Institution and the Terminal Ttallroad V. M. C. A. The first team won In an extra flve mlnute period, 32 to SO. Tho second team won. 20 to 13, after the llrst half had ended in all, Johnny Shugrue. the Georgetown ath lete, and John Powers, Oeorge WuhIi Ington, wero tho best performers for tho Winners' llrst team, whllo Ppcncor did well for Terminal. Alexandria County A. A. Will Hold Carnival The Alexandria County Athletic Asso ciation has completed arrangements for a hlg Indoor athletic carnival and smoker Jo bo given at Clarendon on Thursday night in Pollansboe Hall. William W, Malonc, manager of the association s ball team, is chairman of committee on arrangements nnd ho has Lsccurod tho assistance of several ashington amateurs and profession als, which will lncludo several expert wrestlers, bag punchers, boxers, tho wrestling near, and a number of other novel features. G.W.U. Girls Win. The Oeoice Wnshlncton University Olrls' basketball sextet romped aw'ay with the I nn ir end of a 2u to II) pcoro fiom the (Inllnndet Colleun fllrlH team yesterday In the Kplphany gymnasium, Tho gain wn rough at times on both smes, uui was nuseiy inicrciiing. WLLARD FAVORED FORMER CI COMMERCIAL LEAGUE STAGING ROT FINISH Southern Railway Has Small Lead, Followed by Pepco and Evening Star. With the season drawing to a close In tho Commercial League, and three teams bunched at the top, a great finish Is ex pected for first honors. The Southern Railway team holds a' margin of three games over tho I 15. P. Company quint, which In turn holds a small lead ovtr tho Evening Star. Fifteen more games are scheduled, tho season winding up with the end of the month. Baum, of tho Bvenlnc Star. ! laid. Ing In Individual work with 101.11, being me oniy man to break Into the three figure elaaa. Campbell, of the Southern Railway, Is second with WiJS. Wetzel, of Barber & Ross, haa garnered 22 strikes to date, and leads In this department Hparo honors to date rest with Campbell, who hns 111 to hie credit. lllttcnhouso, of tho General Baking Company, holds the Individual high game record with 12, and Isemann. of the Star team, the best high, Individual set with 35. The Individual averages follow: ' r. b. p. co. St. Bit. na. HS. TP. 14 111 111 337 B.C20 1 07 1J 321 1.9C2 11 S3 lit Sii S.025 14 122 217 3.15 " 73 121 324 (.434 0 SI 114 100 2,(11 1 11 10 12 1 28 1M 2M 3.011 A. M-31 57-15 95-40 M M-17 92-7 i HI v. 101-11 M-ii -2 93-60 13 W-20 Ave. ST-S KOI Sl-T ri.li 9- f7-l7 S7-1J 83 EVENINO 8TAn. Mayor. 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TP. 43 17 97 121 Ki .M M II IS 112 131 (.37 82 19 64 123 320 4.993 27 3 34 117 2H 2.8U 49 10 13 122 207 4.419 37 8 34 120 211 3.3S3 II 7 12 118 303 1.413 29 I 21 102 T92 2.531 WASIIlKaTON OAB (X). O. St. Bp. 11(1. IIS. TP. 84 9 95 127 217 1.111 Player. Berry Tain Krleehor ... Hrrlvener ... Taylor llowcll Cumberland Handera .... 83 13 89 118 30C 80 11 14 116 313 27 28 117 3M 20 4 21 107 294 4S 14 16 101 207 r..9i3 8.383 2,104 1.848 4.CI3 2.20O 1.C07 ... 28 2 11 100 291 .12 1 K 262 HAnDEn & noss. Player. Wetiel .. ., Tompkins . Wnmka ... Oyster .... Jolinnon. J. Marthall . C'laael O. Bt. Pp. UO. 113. TP. U H 128 120 C.123 K, 126 333 (.834 1 66 a 20 12 33 67 113 2M 5.8T. 42 102 298 4.C62 21 104 276 2,Ei 7 103 287 1,028 18 98 270 2.7U 1 84 247 411 3 87 312 801 IIAU.WAT. II. 3 1 Jonnon. P, 6 LlKllt 10 1 SOUTHEP.N Plaver. O. St Sn.llil.HS.TP. Uxnaljell 6) 20 111 134 228 6.866 lbirae 12 17 122 314 1.193 Kupfrr 41 12 62 117 218 3.902 Coo 72 17 103 129 340 6,931 Brnlth 63 9 85 118 118 D.981 Fecan 46 7 62 116 331 4.UO (ioldbrrg -. 46 6 48 107 t97 4.137 Ixnlng .... 6 0 3 92 262 st-s Ave. P3-34 SI-IS !0-S0 88-C fl-16 66-12 92-13 75-3 Ae. 478-25 473 M. JOVCB CO. O. SI. Bp. iIO. HS. TP. ....87 11 66 12.-. f03 S.27S ... ,V) 11 CI 126 203 4.563 .. SO 3 M 112 296 4.330 .... r.8 8 3S 108 301 B.110 .... U 7 M 107 295 4.833 .... r. S 22 105 283 2.162 ,...26 3 16 100 281 2.14S ,.. 5 0 2 83 22S 377 TEAM AVEP.AOKS. O St. Bn. HO. HB. TP. Plaer. i:. O'Hrlen Kenyon .... ltoi llommar ... M. O'lJrlen Welch Famh Metcalf .... Teams. Southern Hy 3 77 491 M7 1,I1 4,41 I p. e. p. Co. 63 4U M7 j.4 S2.6.17 live Stnr.... 86 73 4J0 558 l,6nj 31.K0 4n-4 (ifn HaKInK W- ' ,vi 4l i.- ..- w,i Waih.O.Co6 76 361 526 1.459 32,001 '63-87 Jl.dd Pet 68 Jt 339 499 1.463 21.306 416-42 W tfltll. M W" 1-WZ M-S74 4M-B liar no " 5" '"n 3,-,M 4M"S teeht ft Co. 69 47 279 488 1.187 80.061 423-46 M? Joyce Co S 47 306 438 1.4M 27,836 4i:-50 Ed Walsh Is Planning Real Come Back Stunt Chicago, March 12. A bunch of last year's ball players flocked to Chicago last night to make ready for tho White Sox Training trip, which starts today. They're going to Mineral Wells, Tex., not far from the Mexican border. Dig Kd Walsh, who strolled in late this afternoon, said he Is going to stage a real come-back this year. Kd says he's got enough speed to bean a Mexi can bandit nt a hundred yards, Tho Sox special. In charge of Owner Comlskey and Manager Rowland, sets nail tomorrow morning. It's one of those do luxo rattlers, equlped with wines liquors, and cigars. Most of tho players are last year's veterans, Thero Isn't an cx-Fcd among them. Mohawks Out. Candidates for tho Mohawk Athletic Club baseball team will bo given their llrst workout this afternoon at the. Mohawks' grounds at Seventeenth and I) streets souheast. Manager McClure desires that ull candidates for the team report. Any clubs In this vicinity do slrlng games address Manager Mc Clure, 1524 Pennsylvania avenue south east. Entries Close. IIALTIMOrtR, Md March 12.-Entrle wilt close tonight for South Atlantlo Association tnterscholastlo champion ship swimming meot in the Baltimore Athletic Club pool next Saturday night. 1 I l.ntrobo Cogswell nas received about I thirty-live Individual entries, A num I ber of Washington athletes wilt com- pcio, Player. a. Thomas 57 I-oHn si Btaub ,,,, 6J Noaok 34 Krrcll ( Wbltncy -7 Trudenlnd 9 Oirdncr is Brooke Brewer Equals Another World's Mark Defeats Drew, Stephenson; Williams, and Others in Philadelphia Before Fifteen Thousand St. Albans Relay Captures Feartirc. By BRYAN MORSE. PHILADELPHIA, Pa., March 12. Brooke Brewer, of St. Albans .School, conqueror of Howard P. Drew, John J. Kller, Boy Morso, T. P. O'Hara, Lawrence Williams, jr., and Frank Stephenson, In the Meadowbrook games at Convention Hall last night, today Is conceded the title of cham pion Indoor sprinter of the country, and Is the newest world's record holder at fifty 'yards. His mark of five and two-fifth seoonde, olocked In tho final of the Invitation fifty, will be attested to today by Judges and timers, and handed In. Fully' 1G.000 persons cave the schoolboy marvel a standing ova.tlSn at the conclusion of one of the great est sprint races In history when ho Hashed ahead of Stephenson, of the Ttinlty Club; Hoy K Morse, of the Halem Crescent A. C and Howard P. Drew, of the University of Southern uaiuornia, in recora lime. ix. was a well deserved tribute, as few ro allied at the time that Brewer Is the llrst. to humble Drew In any heat or final In the past two years. At the Adelphta Hotel today Coach Oeorge F. Green, 'of St. Albans, Is re ceiving praise for the performance of his mile relay team, composed of Wallace, ,1'rldmore. Carter, and Max am, which won the huge Itodman Wanamaker silver trophy, a cup two feet high, in record time. The UU Albans quartet established a new mark of 3:39:2, defeating Jim Curran'a Mcrcersburg runners, who have won seven times In succession for the Indoor mllo scholastic cham pionship. The record In this race Is two seconds better than the time made last year, when Merceraburg trotted off with the trophy. - St. Albans began to be a factor and feature at tho very start of the meet. Brewer was placed on scratch In tbo open fifty, and won the third heat In live and three-fifths. Maxam shot In ahead in his heat In thy same race In a tltth slower. In the semi-finals Maxam failed to placo. but Jircwcr got a sec ond In his heat. Tho final In the fifty brojght Rro.ver, Downing, of I'cnn. who bad a twelve- toot handicap; Armsttong, and French, of Maine, together. Downing Just noted Urowcr out in tho remarkable tlmo of five and two-fifths. A new world's rec ord would have been necessary to have won for Brewer, who was rorced to be content with second place. When the big crowd settled down for tho Interscholaslic mllo championship race Mercersburg was conceded the victory. The Pennsylvanlans. seven tlmea victors in the classic, drew tho pole. St Albans. Baltimore Polytech nic. Central High, of Philadelphia: Friends Central, and the Chester High School faced Starter, McHugh. ' Bay Wallace. Icad-oft man for St. Albans, made a break and was set bick three yards. Mercersburg Jumped Into the lend at tho crack of the gun. and Wallace, falling to get through the ruek In tho first furlong, moved up to third position. Hill, of Mercersburg. led In the first relay. In fifty-two flat. Sullivan, of H. P. I., taking second, and Wallaco third. Chspman, Merccrburg's second runner, opened up a gap of six teen yards on Pollard, who led Prld- Gonzaga to Start Baseball March 22 Plays Business Team in Opening Clash of Season Cant i well to Coach. There are twenty-three baseball games on the Gonzaga Collego sched ule announced today by Manager Hess. All of the local high schools will play cntiKatrn dtirlnc the season which starts March as with the Business nine, nm-rptnivn Prena will probably be MHed as a feature of the season. Tom r.niAii director of athletics will 1-n.rh tho team. The schedulo follows M.reh . Business; 30, AlcxanerJa. High School. April 1. cnarioiie naii. a, Eastern !&,, .'! -, 10. jqeepn, a, iwv ;- :"",, M.rvlmirl .Western Agriculture College (pending); 15. Leon ard Hall: 27. Charlotte Hall; 29. 'ex-i SnHrti'HiEh School. May. l.Arnr and , tfiirn dcuuuii ------- vovV. l'rens- 4 Rock Hill college; .. M0'..1,?'.,:'!. rXtral HiRh School; ir rmy and' Navy Preps; 13. RocK- Anuure'co.ege;, Western High . . . . 3 i AAnarii tpcndlns. Ingram Ahead. ...... . hord.fought basketball same the Ingram Juniors won from Business sfflt!lt: winners and Crown for the losers. Cardinals Work Out. The Cardinal Athletlo Club baseball team will hold lis first practice of the season this afternoon on the old fair grounds. . AUTOMOBILES Motorcycles and Accessories. GASOLENE CARS. J0&- COMIS MOTOR CO. VrwrAve. JLHSf. Studebaker ; Commercial Auto & Sup ply Co., 819 4th St. ELECTRIC CARS. Emerson & Orme, 1407 II St. ACCESSORIES. National Electric Supply Co1,, 1328-1239 X Y. Ae. mz more, of St. Albans, by a yard. Craw ford Carter, running third for St. Al bans, caught McDonnugh. of the Potys, In the first turn, and raced after White- ,. mr.tx .of. 'Mercersburg, -who had M twelve-yard lend. Carter picked up seven yards after a grueling race and ! handed Maxam second position.' Davis had a live-yard Jump on Max am who shot out In tho first hundred . and closed' the gap. On tho second lap , the St. Alban's flyer caught Davis and opened up a three-yard lead try a grand " sprint In the backstreteh taolng the pole ' and winning In the final hundred pulled up with four yards to spare, 0 In the meantime, Wallace had quail- fled for the finals In tho shot put against Maxfleld, Hutchinson, Croydon, and Pln clalre, but was unabto to better his put as he was spent after the quarter. Later ' Carter went back Into the mile and -from tho hundred-yard mark got fifth. The time, 2:18 flat, was made by J. Cogswell, of Cornell, and was three nnj four-fifths better than last year's mark. - The floor waa cleared for the flftv- yard Invitation, which brought Drew. ' y Brewer, Howe and Clark together In tho i first heat. Starter McHugh got the sprinters away to an even break and Brewer, after a tremendous spurt at the thirty-yard mark, burst In ahead of Drew, a full foot and a half to spare The crowd roared Its appreciation at the first downfall In two years for the world's champion. The time was five and three-fifths. In the second heat., Stephenson, of Trinity; O'Hara, of Massachusetts In stitute of Technology: Jack JHlcr. of tho Irish-American A. C, who had twice equalled the world's record In tho hurdles during the evening: Roy Morse of tho Salem Crescent A. C, and Wil liams, of Yale, were brought together. Stephenson won with Morse second In five and three-fifths seconds. Brewer was believed tq have a greut chanco In tho final, and after, winning his heat came to Uie mark confident of being able to repeat. Brewer. Stephen Bon, Morse, and Drew got off toegther without a break In the final. Tho bt. Alban's sprinter was a bcant half-foot r ahead of tho trio at forty yards and broke the tape by tko samo margin over Stephenson, who vtoa picked for second. ' Morse gained third nnd Drew failed to place. - Tn winning last night's race Brewer takes home a gold wutch for his per manent possession, a gold knife for winning second In tho open, and earns possession of the huge Philadelphia Record Cup for one year. The relay team annexed the "Rodman Wana maker" trophy, another clephantlno stl- . ver cup. and us Individuals received gold links.. Another sliver cud will aro to tho St. Albans School for creating a record In tho relay. Altogether It was " a successful evening. 6 Coach Green lost his overcoat and a silk scarf somewhere among the twelve thousand, but otherwise uppcared to bo fairly contented. . Catholic University was distanced by Lehigh, when Keane lost thirty-five yards In tho ocond relay. 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