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Coach Martin Wants Dual
Games With Three Colleges
Here in 1917.
Overtures mado to Perm Stato College
by the Maryland Ajjrlcultural College
for a dual meeet next spring may result
In bringing the Fenngylvanlnns hero
next year, according to Coach W. C.
.Martin', of the Pcnn State team". The
Agftlea have asked for a dual meet next
year, and If, suitable arrangements can
be made, the- Penn Stntera will corue
here for one and possibly two sets of
,. cames. , , i
.Testerday's dual meot with' Cleorge
town at the Hilltop resulted In a 5S to S3
core for the visitors, "who presented a
well balanced aggregation. Coach Mar
tin .expressed himself as satisfied that
his athletes would give Virginia a run
for the money In tho dual meet at
Charlottesville. Va., tomorrow after
noon. Penn State Is anxious to open negotia
tions with another college In this sec
tion of the country, and will lay plans
for holding a dual meet with 3corKc
town. the Maryland Aggies. Hopkins,
and. Virginia again next year. Tho
Penn. State runners would como into
this section of the country for ten days
during the holidays next season.
Three meets are'contemplnted. two In
mid-week and one on a SntMiday. oftor
which entrance In tne I'enn reiny games
and the Intercolleglates nt Tenn nre
contemplated foi the last Saturday In
Yesterday's meet was a walkover for
the visitors who presented an evenly
balanced aggregation. There were no
stars In any of the events, and ,whllo
the times were exceptionally fast In sev
eral events no records were broken by
the Penn men.
Harry Weldman and Marshall Low, df
Georgetown, gavo.by far the most spec
tacular performances of tho afternoon.
"VVeldman vaulted 12 feet U Inch. After
winning at a lower height. Weldmnn
Went up over twelve feet with compara
tive ease. Low got 6 feet HU Inches in
the high Jump, making his mark after
winning at 5 feet 7 Inches.
O'Connor and Green finishing first and
secondMn the shot wero tho only other
first and second place winners for tho
Blue and Gray, lall other events tho
Penn Staters galloped off with many
TJolbeln and Whlto In tho sprints gavo
pod exhibitions In' fast tlme.'Schrocder
ana wmiing. oi i-cnn chuu., m mu
hVlf and mile were clocked In excep-Jdny
tlonally fast going.
L s The. results follow:
100-yard dash (llrst heat) Won by Hol
bein, Penn State; second, Griffith,
Georgetown. Time. 10 2-3 seconds.
100-ytrd dash (second heat) Won by
Whltp, Penn State: second Auray,
Georgetown. Time, 102-5 second.
100-yard tdash (final) Won by Dolbeln,
Penn State; second, White, "Penn State;
third. Griffith, Georgetown. Time, 102-5
220-yard dash Won by Dolbeln, Pcnn
State; second, White, Penn State; third,
Griffith, Georgetown. Timo 22 2-5 sec
onds. 410-yard run Won hv MaHon, Tcnn
State; second, Brown, Penn Stnte; third,
Ludwig, Penn State. Time, 52 4-5 sec
onds. 880-yard run Won by Schroc.dcr, Penn
State; second, Shea. I'enn Stato: third.
Amy, Georgetown. Time, 2 minutes and
6 3-5 seconds.
Mile run Won by Whiting. Penn
State, second, Schroeder, Penn State;
third. Hunter. Te.nn State. Time, 4 mln
utes and 32 1-5 secondM.
Bunn'ng high Jump Won by Low,
Georgetown; second, Wilson, Pcnn
State; third, Barron, Penn State. Height,
6 feet 11 1-4 Inches.
Polo vault Won by Weldman. George
town; second. Page, Penn Stnte; third,
Robertson, Georgetown, Height, 12 feet
Shot-put Won by O'Connor. George
town: second. Green. Georgetown: third.
Cubbage, Penn State, Distance, 33 feet
4 1-2 Inches.
Discus throw Won by Dambloy, Penn
State: second. Cubbage. Penn State:
third. Gurry. Georgetown. Distance, 113
feet 7 1-2 inches.
Jack Breslln's wlldness In tho eighth
inning of yesterday's game with Penn
State, followed by some 'heavy clouting
of Lem Owen's offering after he had
been substituted for Bruslln, netted
Penn State enough runs to win n it to "
batttn from Georgetown at tho Hilltop
The game was played during tho
prcgreen of the track inejt. and wns
a pitcher's battle for the flr.it sevon
rounds. Wnrdvvoll. of Penn State, op.
posed Breslin, and displayed n decep
tle curie which hnd "the Blue .ind
Gray batters gue-ulng nt nil times. The
visiting hurler pitched a heady gamo.
getting eleven battern by tho-strlKeout
JtVetss and Harry Sullivan were Uie
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Business High Nine Is
Taking Virginia Jaunt
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Have Four Games With V alley Schools During the
Remainder of Week Other News and Gossip
Of Schoolboy Teams and Athletes.
BiiftlncFS JUtsli School batcball play
ers Btart their second annual trip
through Virginia, tomorrow momlnz for
four games with Virginia schoolboy
nines. Coach Paul White and sixteen
players will make the trip, opening, at
Maesanuttcn Academy, Woodstock, Va.,
The Slenogrrnphern will play all
their yaineH In the Valley of Vlrclnla,
meeting; Harrisonburg: High Thura
day and playing: Staunton Military
Academy, at Staunton, Va., Friday,
and Flehburn Military Academy, nc
"Waynesboro,' Va., on Saturday. I
On Monday Business played at
Poolcsvllle Md against the BrJarly
Hall team and will rest two days
only in the strenuous campaign. Tho
games will be a success -financially In
that guarantees are sufficient to
cover the expenses of the trip.
Business Is lacking In pitchers, but
In expecting to get at least an even
PreaU In the contests. Wsuimann Is
proving tc be stronger In each Iiattlo
and can be counted upon to como
thiough wlu-n thu title series Is re
sumed. Central was handed a 12-to-R de
feat by Brlarly Hall yesterday,
Schaefcr doing the hulling. Tho Km
of Shears and McDonald proved too
much of a handicap for Contral. Gott
lieb filled In at second base. Central
lr down for a game with tho A. N.
ZERAGA IN MATCH
Japanese Wrestler Beats Biland
and Leonard on Mat.
Tonight Klo Takeuchl, the Japanese
wrestler, meets Frank tteraga, one of
tho best middleweight mat workers In
the District, at the Uayety Theater,'
best two In three falls. This after
noon an unknown from Baltimore will
grapple with the man from Japan.
iTlvato John Leonard, the New Jer
sey champion, went to the hospital to
with three fractured bones In his
right shoulder, received In his match
with Takeuchl last night. Leonard
torccd tho Jap to woik fourteen
minutes before gaining the. victory.
Jack Boland succumbed to Takeuchl In
nlno minutes In the afternoon bout.
JOE TURNER MEETS
Popular Washington Wrestler
Tackles Greek at Lyceum.
Jon Turner, -Washington's popular
mlddlewiilHht wrestler, will grapple with
John Kllcnis tonight at the Lyceum
Theater In flnsh match, winner take all.
Knthiiislasts In the mat pastime are al
ready betting their money on their fa
vorites, an both athletes have largo
following In the Capital.
Turnci Is a claimant of the middle
weight nrcstllng championship, and has
seldom found his match on thq mat.
Kllonis has appeared many times In
Washington, and his methods please
only Georgetown men who could solve
wnraweus neuvery. uulllvan wan tet
down on Striken with the base lnnrUrl
In tho eighth after he had lilt safely
twice. Georgetown got two In the third
by clean hitting and wont along for an
uiMuircm win up io me oiguin.
Dick Hnrlev. former Georcretnwn
conch and player, kept his Penn Stato
players on edge throughout tho gme,
ami waiting until tho elrht got the
nrenK which uecineii ine uatlie. urcn
lln messed up Wetlierald's Infield tap
and hit n. H'.tlllvnn In the back In
throwing his smerlileo to Cuss. Blythe
Ri-o'inded out. but Koblnson was hit.
Johnson singled, scoring Wetherald,
and Breslln thumped Wheeling In tho
ribs and was yanked. Lem Owen's sec
ond tops was pasted into rignt for a
double ny Kwlng. and two runs scored.
Moore- xlncled thrnurrh Cuiuck for two
moro counters. Kollcy retired the aldo
in tho nintu.
Tho ncoro: It.H.E.
Penn State 000 0 (W-fi 7 0
Georgetown 002 ooo orxv-; c 4
Battcrlci I'enn State. Wardwcll and
Moore; Georgetown, Breklln, Owen,
Kelly and Cuff.
. Ht Foe.
J'rep, today and Is scheduled to play
K-plsropal on Friday.
'Western Is slated to play several
games dining the remainder of tho
week, but Is suffering the loss of- both
Teck and b'ergeant. Its pitchers, who
are spending their holidays In bed
with tonsllltls. The loss of thes
youngstcis Is going to prove a aerl
ou, handicap to the Westerners.
George Washington and Catholic Uni
versity 'as well as Western High School
win nom relay trials toaay at uat
terlee Fled. 'The Maryland Aggies
have1 to select another runner to
go up wlth'Morrli, Chlpman and nice
lor the big games. Speer haa stopped
school, and will be missed from the
quartet which gave such a good account
of Itself last winter In the Indoor meets.
The Army and Navy Preps resume ac
tivities this week after having their
holidays. Coach Newberry may have
to replace several of his players who
have left school after taking their ex
aminations for West Point and Annap
Tech will tako its Irst trip out of
town In two years when it goes up to
Tome Innllute on Satiuday. Tho de
feated Central by a largo siore and suc
ceeded In winning four straight this
Georgetown Trers will meet Central
tomorrow In a return game. Theso
teams battled to an Mo-? score earlier
In the cnr and are anxious to play off
HARRY HILLMAN TO
.STAY AT DARTMOUTH
Track Coach Signs Contract for
the Next Five Years.
Harry L. Hlllman has signed a five-
year contract with Dartmouth College
to continue his duties as track coach
and Instructor of physical education. He
has been exceptionally successful since
going to Dartmouth In 1910.
Of three dual meets with Harvard
since he hns had charge of the training,
Dartmouth has won one and lost two.
In the last three contests "with Penn
sylvania, Dartmouth .won In 1913 and
lost the last two years. In the New
England Intercolleglates Dartmouth has
unered defeat but once since 1910, Wil
liams winning In 1911.
Before going to Dartmouth .Hlllman,
ran the hurdles, the 440, and the coo
yard run for the Thirteenth Regiment
of Brooklyn, the Knickerbocker Ath
letic Club of New York and the New
York Athletic Club. Jn lm he ran the
hurdles and the quarter mile In the
Olympic games held In St. Louis and
the 'same events In the Olympic games
at Athens and London In 1906 and 1908,
C. W. SDcars. '17. of Kewanee. 111..
varsity guard, has been appointed coach'
or tne rotoaii team, upears is ineugiDie
for the varsity eleven because of four
years' experience on collegiate elevens.
WELSH HAS ALIBI
FOR BAD SHOWING
When Hammer Hammers Him, He
Says He Has a Brokep Hand.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., April 25.-A
broken hand was Champion Freddie
WeUh's alibi today, for his- poor show
Ing last night In a ten-round bout with
Ever Hammer, of Chicago. Ilammer
whaled the champion throughout the
scrap with ease.
Critics gave Hammer nine rounds
with tho other a draw. Harry Pollock,
Welsh's manager, Issued a statement
saying Welsh broke his right hand In
the second round.
Hammer carried the tight to the cham
pion fronf the start. Freddie tried to
lipid the Chlcagoan at long rnge, but
failed. Ilammer smashed right and
left, splitting Welsh's nose and making
'a bad cut under his right eye.
Few Footballers Out.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. April 25.-Only
twenty-flve candidates reported for
spring football practice at Harvard.
Captain Dadthun led his team through
a light work.
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"LITTLE. OF EVERYTHING:
By' "BUGS' BAER.
pinskjr, the bari
tone toe dancer,
is in America."
Apparently the U. 8. O.
A, Is opposed to
THE HANDWniTlNG ON THE
WALL SAYS THAT THE TANKS
WILL AVIN THE TENNANT. BUT
WE'RE AFIIAID THAT ff IS BILL
The A. At V. citl not allow that Iowa
220-yard record until they ascertain vtf
how loii0 SO yard I In foiea.
Keep plugging, but not
Speaking of kaleldoscopla careers. Al De
msree U a pitcher and made a single already
this wason, .
The A. A. U. Is Investigating the ama
teur standing of Homer Baker as It Is
rumored that Homer once found a clam
In a clam chowder.
pparenfly, Rabbit Uaranvllte has de
cided not to go after tho Nobel prtt
Fishermen lost on the ocean often die
of thirst, but a real Chicago fisher
man can pull that atunt on fresh .water.
Yale's second crow U fatter than tho
vartlty, and hat been severely repri
Rained Sunday, but the Easter
bonnets car) play a doublchcader next
From now on sprlnr football will attract as
much attention aa 'an onion In Uarmuda.
Answers To Queeries.
Kewpte The flrtt turnstile - teat
used In 1878. 'Up until that time base
ball teas very popular. ., 'i
Junko There are no penalties to
parcheesl at the game is enough of
one to start uiUh,
PAanny Fans ,n Cincinnati have
been tcailinp thirty-three year fox
a pennant when it tcoufd have been
easier to move to New Ybrk or Bos
A. A. U. Notes.
Owing to tho schedule being confused
It Is not certain whether Joe Goofus
Is an amateur or a professional this
' Wilbur McWhuftle has been adjudged
a strict amateur as the 110,000 he ac
cepted was In Mexican money.
The registration committee has de
cided that It Is Impossible for Orvllle
Bhoobe to have consumed 1546.92 worth
of Pullman berths In -going from Jersey
City to Newark.
Sam Dubb, the croquet champion, haa
been given the air as he haa opened up
a croquet garage In Nome, Alaska.
Although a professional, the commit
tee has Installed Vernon Gibber to good
standing as Vernon Is still an amateur
Baseball statltlc(ane have been contplcu
outly negligent In falling to tabulate whether
right or left handed umps are hit the hard
er.!. (Copyright, 19H. by the Praia Publishing Co.)
Tennis Match Is
Owing to the weather, the scheduled
match between tho Dumbarton and the
Departmental League tennlts teams, for
this afternoon, wan called off this
This Is the second pobtponement of
Announcement as to the date for the
meeting will be delayed until it rnn
be determined more definitely when the
court, will be la ooadlUoa.
Philadelphia's Odd Scheme May
Be 'Followed By Capital
Washington southpaw golfers are
greatlv Interested In the proposed tour
nament to be played at North Hills
Country Club, Philadelphia, by players
who work from tho wrong side, and It Is
posslbl that a local tournament may be
arranged for left-handers.
Such a .tourney. If staged In Washing
ton, would cause widespread Interest,
It would be the first of the kind ever
held In this section of the country.
The local clubs Include on their ros
ters a number of left-handed players of
pronounced ability, the most notable of
them being Sam Dalxell, of the Chevy
Frank Phelps. Boblnson White, Frank
Govern, and Cy Cummlngs, of the Co
lumbia Country Club, are all "off
handere" and creditable performers.
Carl Mlnnegarodc. of.the Chevy Chase,
and Grunnel. of the Washington Country
Club, should prove strong contenders In
the proposed tourney.
It l suggested that a handicap event
might prove more satisfactory, consid
ering the 'necessarily limited entry, and
the pre-eminence of several of the local
"portal'ders" at this style of game.
Arthur Matttngly, the ambidextrous
golfer of the Columbia, should not be
ruled out just because he can wield his
club as effectively on one aide as he
can on the other.
Tho movement to -Inaugurate the
"southpaw" tournament In Washing
ton followed the discovery that the
North Hills C. C. events were to bo
limited to members of the Philadel
phia Golf Association, and not open
to all Middle Atlantic golfers, as was
at first supposed.
Reports from tne (juaxer uuy siaie
that a large entry has already been
The dates for teh tourney have not
as yet been given out, but It Is un
derstood tnai iney win ran in wic
late spring or early summer.
The qualification round for the
monthly colsed tourney of the
Columbia Country Club Is rtjaied to
be put under way toaay. n u proca
ine that mat"h play will begin In
about ten day.
The Merlon Cricket Club, which will
hold the national amateur champion
shin this year, will spend S10.000 for
Improvements In the couruv .bt-fore
peptemner.-Tne enter worK win do mo
construction of new greens for tho
eighth and seventeenth greens on the
east course, which Is to bo used for
the championship. Now tees will be
built throughout the course, and the
ninth green will be Changed In evereral
ItobertA. Gardner, of Chicago, the
holder of the national golf champion
ship, Is to be married in Chicago on
May to Miss Katherlne Frances
Keep. Mr. Gardner's golfing friends
in the East have received Invitations
to the wedding.
Would Play Games.
The State, Wa" and Navy team of
the Government League -desires prac
tice games for Thursday and Satur
day of this week, to be played on
White -Lot. Address L. H. Herman,
MRB. conn, 100 EYE 8T. N. IV.
Phone Main UK. Leuons In day or evening.
Anembly Dancea Every Monday livening.
HARTLEY'S. Prof, and Mrs., UH 10th at.
nw all dancing taught: private and claei
Tto hour: 10 leeaona. IS. Ph. N. iltl. EH. IKK
SUMMER RATES. Main M7.
PRIVATE LESaONB. 750,
PROF. WYNDHAM. til 12th at. N. XT
NATIONAI. MIFLKS AHMOnY.
Every Mon Wed., Thurs., Sat. eves. Daa
tins. 1:10 to U. with band and orcheetra.
VII I FR'S UBLA8CO TIlEATUKl Hhoai
ffllLI.Cn U Ut. UD.tO-lh.l!lU..
laver'a.- Ill Mnfl Prlr. leasons. any hr. Ito.
Clsaaea Tuea.. Thurs.. Bat. I all dsneet
tautht: ha.'lroom for rent W rh. vr 1M.
1112 QUE BT. N. W. '
PHONE NORTH M. 1
The House Electric
Chnthim Cooi-r, 173X Columbia Ttoad.
Exhibit of Electrical Appliances
and practical demonstrations of
the use of Electricity In Cooking,
Ironing, Cleaning, Etc.
I to 10 P. M. Dally and Bandar Uattll
If aula Kvesr Kretlsui. AfrntasUst Sra
JOE LOCKWOOD MAY
NOT RACE SATURDAY
Perm's Star Track Man Suffering
From Ptomaine Attac.
PHILADELPHIA. April 2T..-Unl-verslty
of Pennsylvania athletes are
cpmpletlng training for the Pcnn two
day relay carnival hero which begins
I'enn's chances to win the one-mile
relay championship again this year
are considered slim. Joe Lockwood.
one of the principal members of the
quartet. Is suffering with an attack
of ptomaine poisoning, and It la not
believed he will be lri condition to run
Beginning tomorrow teams from al
most eighty universities and colleges
In the country will arrive for the great
Tho Home of First-Run photo Plays.
Ivan Film Company Presents
THE CITY OF ILLUSION
MRS. DANE'S DANGER
11 a, rn. to 6 p. m 10c to 11 p. m., 15c,
A flve-art fascinating mountain romance.
AIM anotner one feature.
Nordics Mandolin and Guitar
Orchestra and Nordica
WASHINGTON CHAPTER. NO. I.
Under tha Direction of Mr. Walter T. Holt.
The Musurgia Quartette
MRS. ETHEL HOLTZCLAW OAWLER.
MR. niCHARD P. 11ACKINO. Tenor.
MRS. WILLIAM T. REED. Contralto.
MR. EDWIN CALLOW, rasso.
MR. HARRY WHEATON HOWARD,
MR. FREDERICK J.' J1ACON.
'Of New London. Conn., llanloliU
MRS. VAHOAH OLCOTT-IHOKTORD.
of New York, Guitarist.
MR. WALTER T. HOLT.
of Wanhlnaton. D. C, Mandoll-let.
Raleigh Hotel Ballroom,
Tnesduy, April Twenty-AMU. Nine
teen Hundred nnd Sixteen. Hil8 p.m.
Concert Tickets on aala at Holt'a Studloa,
Kenola Building. 11th nnd G He. N. W,
Renerved Beats One Dollar.
DANCINO FROM 10:30 TO 1.
The manufacturers of mandoline, ban
Jos and guttara are holding exhibitions of
these Instrument In connection with the
American Guild D. M. G., 9th floor. Ha
lelsh Hotel. The publto Is cordially In
vited to attend these exhibit Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, FREE CONCERTS.
3 130 V. M.
Washington vs. Philadelphia
VswntoTfn Ticket Office, 013 14th
(8l3l to 1 r. M.)
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Dally, 10:30 to 12:30; ::30 to 5; 1:30 to 10:30.
The Largest Skating Rink In America.
OLD POINT COMFORT
SOUTHERN WINTER RESORTS
Special Tours To l-Yiniou Hotel
Dally Service Modem Steel Steamers
City Ticket Office. 731 15th St. N. V,
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NEXT WEEK-SEATS NOW.
Return of Waihlncton'a Favorite Drama,
BIRD OF PARADISE
Same Hawaiian Blngeri and Players.
A PLAY "OF A WOMAN'S SOUL.
I UlTTAiill EVMYNiaHTATaiia
SECOND llfi, WEEK
SEATS 7 DAYS IN ADVANCE
(No Telephone Orders)
D. W. Grlfnth'a Masterpiece
DDirEC.Mata., 35c, BOc, TSc. ft.
rKllXO .Kves-, S3c, BOc, SI, 1JK). 3
Mall Orders Promptly Flllea,
A BInmmoth Proilaction of Den
mnn Thompson's Famoaa Play
"The Old Homestead"
Next Week "Itolllns; Stonea"
Next I Paint and Powder Clnb
2i3t I DBAU DOrtOTHY."
Tickets. It tl.W. l. I0o at T. Arthur Bmlth
Mat.. Mc. Eve.. Xa to 1. RUT TODAT.
The minstrel Celebrities,
MgINTYRE & HEATH
"The Georgia Minstrels," "The Man From
Montana," "Waiting at tho Church."
Wheaton & Carroll. Misses Campbell.
Seven Others Add Novel Fun.
MAY 1-APEI.AIPK & HUO'.IES. ETC.
Dth St. Det. D and VI N. W.
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Four Act at Screaming LnnghtCr.
Extrd Added Attraction, TAKEl'oni'
tlinniplun Jnp Wrestler of the World.
NKXT WEEK-Honey Posey Girls.
Continuous, Morn., Aft.. 10c, lie.
10:30 A. M. to It P. M. Nlchts, 100. He. 2So.
In "The Heart of Nora Flinn."
Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
In "THE MOMENT BEFORE."
Grand ripe Organ Symphony Orchestra.
MIRTH OF A NATION
EXTRA PELLETIEAU If XTRA
The Dance of Art.
EXTRA ATTRACTION NIOtTTB
Turs Wrrstllns:, Joe Turner. Wed,
Chorus Girls' Content. Thurs., Tanga
Exhibition. FrUWrestllus, Sat., Aa
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