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Joe Wood Asks Pat Moran for Chtincejo Show Hih Class With the Champions
League Standings
i i
Former Red Sox Star Twjrler
Asks Pat Mofan for Chance
With His Champions.
Baltimore Fans Up in Arms Over
Failure of Yankee Regulars
to Appear; ' '
Today's Game Off.
Rain caused a postponement of
today's game between the
Griffm6ri and. the Philadel
phia Athletics.' This will
bring a doublehcader the
next 'time the Mackmen ap
pear in the Capital.
Joe Wood, former star twirler with
the Boston Red Sox, wants a trial
with tho Phillies, and, according to
dispatches from New York, Pat Moran
may give him a chanco to show his
. Wood Is understood to have been
given his unconditional release by Man-
,agor Bill Carrlgan as a result of their
( .'disagreement over Wood's 1016 salary
'.terms. Ho endeavored to get a trial
with tho Yankees, but seems to havo
lost o'ut. Now ho wants to sign with
the National League champions.
Tho playcr-Umtt of twenty-one, In
vogue in the National League, may
prevent Moran's signing up Wood, even
k for a trial. On May 1 the Phillies wllV
be restricted to twenty-ono playors.
Moran has more than that number
now, having signed Claudo Cooper,
former Giant outfielder, last week.
Tfio Phillies' manager has promised
Wood an answer within the next
couplo of days, and tho former Jtcd
Box star Is watting.
Freddie Thomas, swapped by Clove
land with Bam Jones for Trls Speaker,
will remain In New Orleans until tho
fall. This Is tho agreement between
the Red Box and Indians.
When Bill Cnrrlcran naked for Thomas.
(.thnt youngster had already been turned
I ovrr to New Orleans for cash. Bo tho
Boslor .club had to arrange Its deal
with tho Pelicans.
.Baltimore Is up in nrms against tho
New York Yankees, ana. Incidentally,
against all major loauuo clubs that,
ifirL-t.i Avtilhttln. mtmn. In lh. Mnnll
11 mental City, appear with a bunch or
IwuAltO uiiu uuiiLtinuMiuin
Last Sunday Hnltlmoro Tans went to
M.ick River l'ark to see KranR Baker,
Gedton. Masee. Qllhoolcy. Malscl. and
.PIpd. Tho last named was tho only
'.regular In tho same, llcnce tho roar.
Bill Donovan pleaded that cold
weather kept his stars out or the game,
but that doesn't suit the fans whowero
willing to brave the cold and pay
money to see tho big leaguers.
It Jack Dunn has -decided to book no
nmoie major league teams unless they
guarantee, line-ups composed of regu
lars. cf Sterling slams at tho right moment
wolcomo relief from tho Saturday ex
hibition, iruve tho GrlfTs tho victory In
th8 final contest of the scries with the
.Yanks, 8 to 2. Rondeaus double with
wr.tivo on in tho third scored two tallies.
( ijohnion and Shanks hammered out
l.ll'Hn 111 UIU IUUI III lllllb IJI.IUf.lll III
tvfour more and ended tho real tight. Af-
fi frinf tlin Vnnktt iMlrte.l mi nnrl pv.
-ine return or Kduie Ainsmitn to mo
line-up as a. battery iartner for the In
comparable Johnson brought perfect re
sultu. Alnsmitn's work behind thn bat
was flawless, and his nennory method
I xtt receiving brought out tho best In
.tno welsor wizurd. At the bat. Alu
smlth showed lack of practice, though
he did get In one. lino micrllleo 11 y, but
rwith mask and mitt he was nil to tho
, Shawkey, Cullop, and Shocker wcro
-.menuer rceus upon wnicn mo iiuikh nun
to lean. Tho first ono laHtrd less than
.four frames. Cullop went less than two,
while Shocker looked llko a busher for
tho rest of tho game. However, with
out batting support, these twlrlcrs had
eorao nrgumcntH.
In tho third Ifcnrl Rondeau decided
that It was up to him to put tho Q riffs
In the lead, and so hn delivered a
, healthy double to right Held that
brought In Foster and Milan, who had
landed on the sacks through u force-out
and a freo tlckqt.
Shawkey blow up badly In the fourth,
' vanishing from the scene with John
son'H trcmondoua triple to conter. Mor
gan's single opened that frame, Aln
smlth popped to Nunamnkcr, but
McBrlde Hlngled to right, and Johnson
hoisted tho applo far out over Malscl's
head for threo corners.
Out went Shawkey and In camo Cul
lop, who never bothered tho Griffs
while with tho Indians. Shnnks met
him with a trlplo to the scoreboard,
and Foster's sacrlllce My brought homo
tho Monaco. Marvol. It was merely four
. more runs for tho homo boys.
While Urban Shocker was shocking
thn hopes of his manngor In the
seventh, tho GrllTs ndded another to
their total, on did likewise In tho
Milan's walk started tho seventh, and
Shocker hit Rondeau viciously. Wal
ters' poor peg to third allowed both
runners to advance Morgan stopped
another pitched ball with his anatomy,
tilling tho sacks. Then camo Alnsmith's
long fly to Malsel and Milan scored.
With ono gone In the eighth, Shanks
singled past Baker, going up on Fos
ter's death. Milan's sizzling drive
through Plpp scored tho Monacan with
tho last lun for the homo boys.
For six sessions tho Yankees could
not touch Johnson. They stopped dying
In order when tho seventh rolled
around though, and managed to get
one hit, though no run. Malsel'a snfo
smash to right opened tho Inning. High
forced him. Milan took Doo Cook's
lly, and then Morgan failed to corral
'Baker's eaBy bounder close to tho mid
way cushion In his husto to make n,
double play. High raced to third, but
got no farther, for Morgan tossed out
The Yanks scored nil their runs In
tho ninth after Johnson had eased up.
Bhockcr fannod like n regular pitcher,
but Malscl, High, and Cook singled
Standing; of Club
, Tcdsy
W. Tj, Pet Win. Lose.
Phillies t, B 1 .Wl .H7b .ffto
St. Louis ......' 4 .WW .KM ,M6
Chicago i.. S ( ,IM ,W .600
Cincinnati 5 6 ,455 .WU .417
Boston 3 3 .BOO .571 ,.42
Pittsburgh 4 .400 .455 .S4
Brooklyn 2 .4W .mm .4
New York I 6 .107 . .143
Today's Games.
Phillies at New York.
Brooklyn at Boston.
St. Louis at Cincinnati. .
Pittsburgh at Chicago.
Tomorrow's Games.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia.
St. Louts at Cincinnati.
Pittsburgh at Chloago.
New York at Boston.
Yesterday's Results.
St. Louis. 5; Cincinnati, 4.
Alt other games postponed: rain.
Standing of Clubs.
Today i
W, L. Pet Win. Lose.
Boston 7 4 . ,6V7 .UU
New York bz.Ka.wi .t
Detroit 6 6 .MS Mi .MO
WABHINdTON 5 6 ,NW .M5 .4W
St. Louis . 6 6 .KM .MO .406
Chicago 6 6 .WW .MS .454
Cleveland . 4 6 .444 .MM -4uu
Athletics 2 7 ,S .W .'--UO
Today's Games.
Athletics at Washington.
Boston at New York.
Chicago at Cleveland.
Detroit at St. Louis.
Tomorrow's Games.
Philadelphia nt Washington.
Detroit at St. Louis.
Boston at New York.
Chicago at Cleveland.
Yesterday's Results.
Washington, 8: New York, 2.
Boston, 4; Athletics, n.
Detroit. 4; Chicago, 2.
Cleveland, 6; Ht, Louis, 4,
successively. Baker forced Coole.
Gedcon singled to right, but Plpp hoist
ed to Rondeau, and the fray was ended.
National. New York,
Moelltr.rf., 10 3 0 0
Shankn.rf.. 3 2 10 0
Mal.el.cC... 4 2 10 0
HlKh.If 4 110 0
Cook.rf..... 4 110 0
rniicr,,,, u A u V
' Milan nf - 1 n A
ll3Kr.3D... 4 0 3 0 0
Oedeon.lb.. 4 14 3 0
Rondeau.lf 3 13 0 0
Judre.lb... 4 3 4 0 0
PI PP. lb 4 0 S 0 0
Morn.:b. 113 3 1
frcuvgn.nB 3 0 15 0
Alnamlth.o 3 01"!
Nun'ker.c. 3 0 4 10
MclINdf.M 4 14 3 0
wai(ra.c. 10 2 11
Rhawkor.P. 10 0 10
CutlorsP.... 10 0 0 0
Rhocker.p .10 0 10
Johnaon.p.. 3 10 0 0
Totals... 3 27 1
Totals... a SZ4U 1
003 400 llx-l
,. 000 000 005-2
New York
Iluna-Hhanka (2), Foater. Milan (J), Mor
ran, McDrlde. Johnson. Malarl and Win.
Htoltn baae-Moraan. 4-ft on bnaea Nation,
alt. S: New York, 4. Ktret baao on hall
i un anawxey. j: ore cunop. z; on snocker, l.
I inninga puence uy Hnawkey. 3 1-3; by Cut-
, lop. 12-3; by Shocker, 3. Jilts made -Oft
Shawkey. B; oft Cullop, 3; oft Hkocktr, I,
' Struck out Uy Cullop. 2; by Johnaon. 7.
Three-baae hlta Bhanks, Judce, Johnaon.
Tno-ba hit Itondeuu. ftacrlflro hit Mol
ler. Kacrlflce fllra Foater and Alnamlth. Hit
by pitcher Dy Shocker, (Rondeau and Mor
Iran). Umpires Meaara. Owens and Connolly,
Time or came 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Braves and Yanks
Want pddie Mahan
Harvard Varsity Twirler Enter
taining Two Good
BOSTON'. April IS.-Upon his gradua
tion In Juno from Harvard, Kddio Ma
han will Join either tho Brnves, owned
bv his football mentor, IVrcy I laugh ton.
or tho New York Yankees, who have
entered Into the bidding contest for tho
services of tho Crimson tw.'rlor.
Mahnn has been entertaining an offer
from the Braves for several weeks, but
now the Yankees are willing to top
HniiBhton's figures to land Mnhon. Bill
Donovan has sent out a rail for holp.
IIo needs pitchers, and tlocrn't caro
whero ho gets them.
Tho Yankees nro also after Billy
Boles, another pltchor rocontly declnred
Ineligible at Harvard. Boles, howevor,
has not jet, decided to enter profes
sional baseball.
Sherwood Magee Soon
To Play With Braves
BOSTON, April 15. Sherwood Magco.
tho Braves' star outfielder, who was
thought out of tho game tor a month
or six wcokn when he Injured his left
wrist recently, Is now expected back
shortly. Mageo was hit by a pitched
ball from Chief Bender. At first It wfiS
bolloved ho suffered a compound frac
ture, but later examination has dis
closed the hurt not so serious.
Havre de Grace Entries
For Tomorrow's Races
First race Kor thrce-i car-olds' cell
ing; flvo mid a hult furlongs. Hecluse,
111; ShMpnel. 109- Handfiill, 103;
aiomcr, 105; Malfou, 112.
Second rnce For three-year-olds end
upward; handicap; selling; six furlongs.
Arletocrat, 110; Pontofract, 110; Neph
thya, Htt, Gallop, 114; Jesso Jr., 1(.
Jmii Finnk, 101.
Third rnce For tw-yenr-olds; four
and u half furlongs. Judge Wlngllold,
HW; Oinnd Jury, 106; Kingfisher. Vfi;
Burbank, 112.
Fourth race For three-year-olds and
up. Tho Belalr Handicap; six fut longs.
Sandman. 2d., W, Kowessa, 110; Fen
mouse, 10(5.
Fifth rnce For four-yoar-olds and
; up; scums'; ona miio ard seventy
yarns. supreme, iui; ncorpii, ios;
'Muzantl. lie; 'Car'averock, 04; Mlko
Cohen 103: Alston. 10S; Freda John
son, 107. 'Nannlo McDee, IOC, Front
Royal. 101. '
Sixth mets For threei.year-clds and
up; maidens; flvo nnd n half furlongs.
Hnytlen. 112, Hilly McOc, 106; Ullly
Oliver. 10fi: Our John, 112; Juliet, 107;
Lultto Nolr, 112: Olendale. Wfi.
A)i)renlli.f allowance claimed.
Weather rainy, truck sloppy.
Six naces Dally Includlnr a ateeplechaaa.
Special Tralnai It. Si O. leato 12:00 o'clock)
Ptnna. It. R. leave 12:10 p. m.
AdmlMlon, Clrandatand and Paddock. tl.M.
Ladlea. 11.00.
rtrst race at 1:30 p. sa. .
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Big League Biffers of a
Wamby, Indians. 2 2 2 1.000
Barton, Browns. Ill 1.000
Miller, Browns.. Ill 1.000
Morgan, Griffs.. Ill 1.000
Dav'port, Browns 111 1.000
Schalk, White Sox 1 1 1 1.000
Gonzales, Cards. Ill 1.000
Corhan, Cards... Ill 1.000
Louden, Reds... 4 3 3 .750
Turner, Indians. .433 .750
Pick, Athletics.. 4 3 3 .750
Shnnks, Griffs... 3 2 4 .667
Lewis, Red Sox. .322 .067
Cleveland Slams
Groom From Mound
Twirler Cannot Win
When Opponent Is
ST. LOUIS. April K.-Though Orovcr
Lowdcrmllk did tho best ho could to
give tho gntno to tho Brownies, his olrt
teammates, ho failed, and tho Indians
copped, G to 4. In four rounds
Lowdcrmllk passed seven batsmen
and hit one. Then ho gnvo way to
Jim Bagby, who flnlshcd In good style.
Bob (Jroom was knocked off the slab
In the fifth Inning. Terry Turner's
three hits were prominent In the In
dians' victory.
tfcore by Innings: K. it. is.
Indlnns V-V W Vx-i It 1
Brownies 200 w tic 4 6 a
Butteries Indians. Iwdermllk, Hag
by, and O'Neill; Brownies, Groom, Dav
enport, and itnrtloy.
niSTUOlT, Mich., April 25.-itarry
Cevolcskle won his third straight vic
tory yesterday, when ho turned back
the Whlto Box, 4 to 2. Scott, making
his first start, was driven rrom tno:
mnuita In tho fourth. I
Hroro by Innings: K. H. K.
Whlto Sox 010 ino oui-2 s li
Tlgfrs WJ0 400 OOX-4 b 1
Bntterlcff Whlto Sox. Scott, AVIIIIams,
nnd Schalk, Linn: Tigers, Covcleskto
and Stanage.
1'HILADLLPHIA. April 25. Mlnot
Crowcll allowed hits to bo bunched oft
him yesterday, nnd, with Leonard a
puzzle to tiro Mackmen, the Bed Sox
won, 4 to 0.
Score by Innings: If. II. 1'.'.
Red Sox 020 MU 1U1-4 K 1
Mockmen ow ww ooo-m u i
Batteries Bed Sox. Leonard and Car
rlgan' Mackmen, Crowe 1 1 and Meyer,
Columbia Varsity Is
Contender For Title
-Columbia Is
being looked upon today as a strong
contf nder for the college baseball cham
pionship of tho 'East, following Its vic
tory ovor Union College, A to 1 yester
day It was tho sixth straight win
for tho Bluo and White. Pitcher Don
fanned thirteen men nnd yielded but
three bltr.
We desire to express to our friends and patrons
our heartfelt thanks for their generous patronage dur
ing our opening week.
The Rotary Lunch
1206 G Street N. W. .
Charles B. Lowrey, Proprietor
(Formerly with Dulin's
Rontfeatfs Bat Making
Him White-Haired Boy
GrifFmen Needa Clean-up Swatter and Henri Seems
to Be Just the Right Chap Today's Sportorial
on Topics That'll Interest You.
Henri Rondeau Is already fast be
coming a favorite with the denizen
of tho third base pavilion. By the
time ho. hammers a. few mora on the
proboscis, he will bo admired by
the rest of the bugs.
Benson? Henri can hit.
It has been some moons since the
Grlttmin possessed a batsman who.
In a. tight plaoc.i could come up and
take hi. healthy, driving the pellet
far out Into the garden, scoring run
ners waiting for Just that wsllop.
Henri seems to be tho right lad for
the lob.
Griff's foot slipped last season. He
returned Henri to Mlnenapolls be
fore h got over trying to train
too early. By tho time he found
himself, the Millers needed a clean
up swatter, so he promptly stepped
Into tho breach and was Instrumen
tal In winning the 1915 pennant for
Joo Cantlllon.
That'e why,Rondeau Is being play
ed In the garden for the Orlffmen
today. That's why he Is likely to
remain thero. too. With the coming
of warmer weather, he should be
woll among the leaders In the
Mtnrl sure looks good to thosa
third base fans right now.
Poor "Brick" Owens.
After reading thoso "caustic criti
cisms" of himself, poor old "Brick"
Owens must think that Ban Johnson
Ucvcs here.
Why Tinker Smiles.
Joo Tinker, manager of the Chi
cago Cubs, has been playing base
ball In tho big show for fourteen
years. In that time he has collected
I10G.OO0. That's why he smiles. Ho
can't think of any other line half so
Eleven years with the Cubs gavo
him W.000. Hodrcwdown JtO.OOO
for falling to please Garry Her
mann's board of directors. Ho re
ceived $1,500 for four world's series
nnd then signed with tho Federal
League for three years at 1!,000 a
And when Joe qulls managing can
tankerous ball players, ho will con
tinue to' smile, for he haa $60,000 In
vested In Chicago property, $20,000
more In Louisiana oil. W.BO0 In Kan
sas City property and 13,000 In Port
land, Ore., property.
No wonder he smiles. Wouldn't
Oklahoma Dreams.
It Is said that .Oklahoma believes
that tho one man with a chance to
win tho world'it heovywelght cham
pionship from Jess' Wlllard Is none
other thnn Carl Morris, of Sapulpa,
Okla. That's why promoters out
thero nro willing to give .Frank
Moran a ton-round bout with Morris.
Thoso who recall what "Fireman"
Lunch, 708 13th N. W.)
Jim Flynn did to Carl Morris In
New York will hardly plaoo much
stock In tho opinions of those Okla
homa enthusiasts. Morris Is ono of
thoso herculean chaps born without
a wallop. As big as Jess Wlllard,
he can't hit harder than Kid Wil
liams, bantam phamplon, , ,
Oklahoma dreams. Jlut, Moran Is
willing to selso ihatiiai.Oop .before
Oklahoma wakes up. , ,
Penn's Great Meet.
Wise track followers are looking
for new records to come from Penn's
big relay meet, to be held at Frank
lin Field Friday and Saturday. In
mor ways than one, this' annual re
lay meet at Pcnn overshadows Uie
When Smith, Michigan, meets
Pershing, Chicago, something Is go
ing to happen 'to the century mark.
Simpson, of Missouri, the Western
hurdler. Joint holder of the world's
record, will be there, ready for his
Such high Jumpers as Oler. Yale,
and Richards, Cornell, aro the class
of the country todiy. The same goea
for Arllo Mucks. Minnesota, In the
shotput, and Worthlngton, Dart
mouth, In tho broad Jump.
Then think of the relay teams
which will have Meredith, Pcnn;
Dlsmond, Chicago: Wilcox and Bing
ham Harvard: Wlndnagle, Potter,
an I HufTmlre, Cornell; Overton. Yale;
Itllcy Dartmouth, and Lock wood,
Petin, to name a few.
In many ways Pennsylvania Uni
versity does more than any other
university for the encouragement of
track athletics. It Is a wonderful
heritage left by Mike Murphy, and
Che Quakers are making the most of
It. t
The Next Olympics.
There should be no particular hurry
abo-jt arranging tho next Olympics.
Indeed, It Is poor taste for Ameri
cans to agitate these games.
.Let poor, stricken Huropo recover
somewhat from its present fever of
war heforo asking her to prepare
track athletes of ability to compcto
on equal terms with Americans.
An Olympic meet as early as 1920
will be hardly more than an oppor
tunity .for Americans to scire a lot
of cheaply-won honors.
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New Golf Game Is
Latest On Coast
Students at tho University of
Oregon have taken to cross
country golf. Contestants have
only ono holo to play for, but
its distance from teclng-off
place may range from one to
three miles, or, in fact, any dis
tance that may be agreed upon.
The ground played over is also
calculated to be classed as fair
way. All entrants start at a selected
spot, the distance being decided
upon from the home tee. Play
is go-as-you-please until the
ball is putted into the cup. The
University of Washington was
the first of the Northwestern
colleges to adopt golf and tho
Oregonians followed suit.
;C. U. May Call Game
With Trinity Nine
Wet Grounds May Prevent Brook
landers From Meeting Con
necticut Men.
Catholic University may be Unable to
flay Trinity today owing to wet
grounds. Coach Moran was dubious of
staging the contort even If the rain lets
'up, as the Meld is too soggy, but la
mora than anxious to play after yes
terday's S-to2 win over Yale at Brook
land. Frank Fnhey Is the hero at Catholic
University today. Yale was held to
threo hits, thirteen Bhie betters fanning
tho air. Larry Wtilsh. the Yale hurlur,
allowed Cathollo University eight safe
ties, but kept them veil scattered.
Fahoy't. mnglo and trlplo resulted In
runs and proved Yale's downfall. In
tho seventh inning Fahey singled, was
sacrificed ot second by Shortlev an-l
vent to third on Roger's hit, scoring on
Klltlan's InOtld out Two runs had
stored In tho nth on Fahey'a triple, a
sacrifice fly. nnd two errors.
The ecote:
Yale 002 CO 0OJ-2 3 3
C. U OOC (CO 01 3 S 7
Batteries Yalo. Walsh, and Mitdge;
C. L, Fnhey and White.'
Grays Get Three.
rnOVIDENCE. n. I.. April 2S.-Asa
?!ralnnrd. of tho Giants, and Catcher
Blackburn, of the Braves, will ropoit
today to Manager Shean, of tho Provi
dence Grays. They were purchased
outright. Lefty Baumgartner, former
ly ot the Phlltlcs, , has also reported
Open , Saturday Evenings.
With Ouimet Out and Chick
Evans Always Uncertain,
Youngster Is Promising.
NJ5W YOKK, April 2G.-Wlth Francli
Ouimet officially barred from amateui
golf tournaments, Jerome Travers tot
busy to competo more than casually,
and Chick Evan always unreliable, thi
famous "big- threo" of the golf worW
appears destined to give away to nen
leaders this year.
Aleck Smith, former holder of na
tlonal and metropolitan championships,
predict that trie young stars will deal
up on the links thin season. It Is th
opinion of the veteran Wykagyl profes
sional that both Gardner's national n
"McU"tltlea will be Won by th
younger tilavcr
"xnese young taas are coming io
fctrong to be headed off much longer."
declared Aleck yesterday. "I couH
narnc any one of a doten youths whi
will make rouble for any of the o)4
stars In tho championships. Phil Carter,
for Instance, is one ot the nerviest play
era 1 ever saw. As a match player 1
think he is a close second to Travers
and Jerry never had many equals fronj
either tno amateur or professional
ranks. I havo watched Carter closclj
and his game la sound throughout. But.
best Of all. Is his nerve. Ha regards all
his opponents alike, and never 'knowi
when he's beaten.
"Iteggle Lewis Is another comer. Ill
Is of the Carter type, but his game at
present Isn't so finely developed. Ihav
been teaching a number of boys foi
some time, and they'll be surprised-whet
they have had a little more seasoning.
' "It li mighty hard to predict the out
come of a big tournament, but at pres
ent I can't see how any amateur li
going tc atop Carter and several othei
youngsters. Jerry Travers still has
lot of good golf left In his clubs, but 1
understand he won't have much Hon
this sjmmer for tournament playing,
"Chick Evans Is probably the most
sensational player In the country, bul
ho is bo .unreliable that no one can
safely predict he will do conslstenttj
well In a championship. Ouimet will not
compete In tho leading events, so that
leavaa It pretty easy for the newcomers
Tho future for them '. especially bright
In ths metropolitan tournament, becaust
Walter J. Travis will not defend hi!
Aleck Smith Is one of tha best Judge)
on either side of tho Atlantic .of a goot
golfer. Aleck not only won the .na
tional and metropolitan professional
titles several times, but; he helped t(
coach and develop some of our lcadlni
champions, notably Jerome D. Traven
and Miss Lillian B. Hyde.
Carroll Institute Men ',
Beaten in Baltimore. Run
Carroll Institute cross country run
ners were beaten for, the team trophy
in Ute annual A. A. U. cross country
run held in Baltimore yesterday by the
narrow margin of two points. The
event was re-run over the regulation
course yesterday, and Joe Gelgtr again
demonstrated his superiority qver run
ners In this section of the country by
negotiating the distance in 48 minute
36 2-5 seconds.
The runners finished In the following
order: Joe Gelger, unattached, 4S min
utes 36 2-6 seconds: Phil Rumbaugh, C.
C C. CO minutes S3 4-5 seconds; Dirk
Unsold, unattached, 51 minutes El M
seconds: A. Shanlcy, C. I., E2 mlnutea
52 2-5 seconds ; Dougherty, C. I. ; F.
Bear, C. C. C.: H. Korbman, C. C. C. ;
Blymer. C. I. : Schmidt, C. C C; ; Bcouf
fer. C. I. ; J. Montague, unattached : Ma
honey, C. I., and Younger, C. C. C, fin
ished in the order naipcd.
Orioles Get Ness.
CHICAGO. April 25. Jack Ness,
White Sox first baseman, left here to
day for Baltimore to Jotn the Baltimore
club of the International League, He
was sold to the Orioles. Ness has a rec
ord In the Pacific Coast Leaguo of hav
ing hit safely In forty-nine consecutive
Sam Crawford 111.
ST. LOUIS. April IE. The Tigers' ir
rlved here today with Ty Cobb ull(nsj
and without the veteran Sam Crawford,
who Is too III at ids home in Detroit
to accompany the teum. Jack Dalton,
former Brooklyn Dodger and ex-Fed, ti
here in Sam's place.
Meeting Called.
President George R. Salb, of ths Cath
olic Church League, has called a meet
ing for tonight at S o'clock at Carroll
Institute. The league opening will b
held next Monday, at Fifth street smt
Florida avenue northeast.
1002 F ST. N. W.

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