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MIKE KAHOE TAKES
LOOK AT i. MURRAY,
Boston Braves' Scout Alsd
1 Speaks Good Word of Harry
Sullivan's Playing.
By BRYAN MORSE.
Mike Kahoe, many yearn a scout for
the GrIIYmcn, find now beating tno
ilbIicb for the lioston liraves, has his
engle'eye upon Johnny Murray, George
town's crack freshman hurler, and saw
htm pci form yesterday against tho Yale
plaers.
Murray's pitching has been the feature
of irony a. game this season, ana his
performances have been of a high or'
der. Kahoe has been In town some time
and yesterday found opportunity to look
over the Blue and Gray crack. The
Boston gcout' Is as noncommittal as ever,
end refused to give an' opinion, but ap
peared to be Impressed with the young
ster's work.
Kahoe Ukcs Harry Hulllvan'e playing,
and speaks well of the youngster. Hul
llvan has been clouting at a .ww clip for
the Blue and Gray this season, and has
been looked over by more than one
ncout this season.
Venn 8tato trackmen, who recently
defeated Georgetown here, were award
ed tho meet with the University of Vir
ginia yesterday, Tho score stood: Vlr
eln'a. 70 V4; l'enn Htato, MM, at the con
clusion of the meet, and thcor was some
discussion as to the pole vault.
At fi meeting of the Virginia authori
ties last night Pcnn State was awarded
the polo vault, which took 6 points from
.Virginia, making tho tlnal score l'enn
btale. Wtt; Virginia, U.V4.
Virginia excelled In the held events,
with the exception of the pole vault.
Morris, tho Virginia captain, was too
ood tn the half and quarter, while
rown, of Penn State, was better than
(Virginia's hurdlers. Hchroeder, of Venn
Btate. oroKo mo Virginia iraeit recoru
(or the two-mile event,
. -' ,
Two local college boys, Harry Sullivan
flrld James Cusack, of Georgetown, are
among the leading hitters In the col
leges this season, uaiung averages pud
listed recently find young Sullivan
With a mark of .499, a regular Cobb
nveraee, while Cusack is above the
coveted .333 The Georretown plavrrs
rank many cracks from Piinceton, Yalo,
Solumbla, Holy Cross, Hatvard, and the
avy.
Cusack and Sullivan hae been the
tnost consistent of tho Blue and Gray
hitters. Many of Georgetown's runs
have been driven across by this pair.
Cusack Is improving with each con
test and only yesterday came through
With three hits out of the same number
of times at bat against Yale's crack
hurler Garfield.
Both Bulllvan and Cusack have been
tight on the Job 'when hits were needed.
Yesterday agolnst Yale Cusack'a three
cave the Blue and Gray an opportunity
to win. Twice with Cusack on as a re
sult of clean drives batters who followed
ecored him with runs that proved suf
ncient to give Georgetown Iho win.
North Carolina University Is at the
WTTitop today. After dropping a 4 to 3
battle, in eleven innings at Catholic Uni
versity, Carolina demonstrated strength
Jn evry department, and should give
Ocorgtown a rub for a win. Yale waa
handily defeated when Gal field proved
generous caterday with men on bases.
The. Yale pitcher hit two batsmen at
times when he could 111 afford to be
carplrfii,. Murray, who did tho box, work
tfor tho Hluo and Gray, was touched up
jor nine hits, but kept them scattered,
Xann.ns an een dozen batters.
Two timely sciatch hits In the fourth
Inning of the C. U.-North Carolina game
ycstsiday gao the visitors three runs.
On other occasions they wero held
ecorclisx by Johnson ona ivenaricK.
"jSleven Innings were necessary boforo
C. U. could get enough to win out on a
4 to 3 scoic.
Cuihrell's pitching was excellent for
the visitors. In tho eleventh, with ona
down, Kogeis was walked. He stole sec
ond, went to third on an intleld error,
and stored on an infield out.
Tho Maryland Aggies play West Vir
ginia University at College Park today
af'er a long layoff. As Johns Hopkins
w!'l be' met Satuiday In a State title
f;nmo, the Aggies are more than anx
ous to ccme through today.
Catlollc University has a layoff to
day. Tomorrow Urslnus will play at
Gallauoct, und on Saturday the team
meets C. U. Kordham was prevented
from playing hero on Tuesday on ac
count of tho join, and Georgetown will
be foicrd to wait until the last of
next rroutU before meeting the New
Dforkera, . . ... . . .
HILLTOP
SLABMAN
Vardon to Tell You
How to Hold Clubs
v
If you were a golfer, just a dub,
understand, you'd be glad to
have a good player tell you
, how to hold your clubs,
wouldn't you ? Sure you would.
If Harry Vardon, known ns the
world's best golfer, were to
tell you how to hold your club,
you'd listen to him, wouldn't
you?
Next Sunday, in tho sport
pages of The Times, Harry
Vardon will tell you golfers
just how to hold your clubs in
order to get the most out of
them.
Remember, Vardon's information
cornea in next Sunday's Times.
Dont miss it.
Speaker Is Glad
To Be an Indian
Former Red Sox Star Outfielder
Finds Cleveland a Fine
City for Baseball.
CLEVKLAND, April 27.-Trls Speaker
now Is of the opinion tHbt Boston Is not
the only town on the baseball map.
Having plajed there seven seasons,
during which he waa hailed as a hero
and made hundreds of friends. Tris
acquired a great liking for the Hub and
often declared he wanted to finish his
baseball career In that city.
In fact, he had no Idea of plajlng
elsewhere, even when approached by
Robert McRoy, vice president of the In
dians, In New York two weeks ago. Ho
told McRoy flatly ho wanted to stay In
Boston and did not want to go to
Cleveland, particularly as the Indians
did not Impress htm as a good ball club.
But, when he discovered that Iannln
was resolved to sell htm. and he came
on to Cleveland for a conference with
President Dunn, he had a chango of
heart.
"I found Dunn a mighty fine man and
a gamo sportsman. He proved he was
game when ho declined to wait to hear
from Lannln and offered me the bonus
I had been asking. It was that act
that made me feel at home.
"I thought Inasmuch as I had drawn
many a dollar to the Boston gate nnd
Lannln has received a big price for
me. It was only right I should receive
nnrt nt thn mnnev nslri for me. But
Lannln refused and Dunn accepted my
terms. NntOrally, I am for Dunn apd'
Cleveland. I
"When I chased upon the field In,
Cleveland to play my1 first game as an
Indian, the icceptlon I received made
my blood tingle nnd I want to suy that
I urn willing to revise my opinion that
Boston Is the best town on cnith.
"Leo Fohl Is a prince. He Is a keen
student of the game, and a hard and.
conscientious worker. I have every
confidence that under his leadership" wo
will do something this year. It Is tool
early, though, to say Just where we will
finish. But I am perfectly satisfied
with my borth and surroundings."
Havre de Grace Entries ,
For Tomorrow's Races
HAVRE DE GRACE. Md., April 27.
Entries for Friday, April 28: J
First race Will close later. I
a.AAH.i ana T.Vin t li -vii r.nlrifi nnrl
un: selling; one mile end seventy yards.!
Ida Claire, n: -I'araner, iiw, -uuuu-wood,
ill; 'Luther. 113! Ask "Ma. 101;
Ruth Strickland. $9; Tamerlane, 110.
Third race Will close later.
Fourth race For four-year-olds and
un- nilincr! nn mile and a sixteenth.
Royal Meteor. 117: 'Huda's Brother, 107: 1
Southern Gold, 107: Peg. 97; .Loulso.
T.n.r.n 11V). Knnlor. 107: Kneelet. 102:
Devil Fish, 107.
Fifth race For three-year-olds and
up; maidens: selling; six furlongs.
Trend. lOfi; Ellen Hmyth, 101: 'Filly
Uelphla. 96: Precision, 100; Labete Noire,
.... t... .-. n.- rt ni. i ir. mi.
Udlth Olga, 90; Olendale, 101.
Sixth race For three-year-olds and
up; selling; five and a half furlongs.
Tho Masnuerador, 1M; 'Martin Cascn,
108; Brlghouse, ill; Borax, 112; 'Yoik
vlllo, 10; King Worth, 121: Naih. 107:
Urcotlngs. oo; Examiner, 91: 'Duke of
Dunbar, 109; Dr. It. L. Swarengcr, 10J.
Heventh race For tour-year-olds and
up; selling; mile and a sixteenth. Ju
liet, 112; Flying Feot, 107: 'Murantl. 102;
Alston, 102; Freda Johnson, 107; Dinah
Do. 112: 'Vldct, 112: Delia Mack, W.
Appentlce allowance claimed, r
Weather cloudy, track sloppy.
Yale Loses Hurdler.
NEW HAVEN, Conn.. April ' ?7.-The
Yale track teem will probably le with
out tho sorvlfes of Its crck hupiler,
2dvard Lelenrlng, In the meet with
".'rlncetcm. lie pulled a Kndon in prac
tice and today indications were that
It would keep him from workinw over
tat stick for several weeks.
r THE WASHINGTON
Arouqd You'd Save Yourself a Lot
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HIS WOO. JOMKtHtfCMF
EXPECT RECORDS TO
FALL AT.B1G MEET
Finishing Touches Are Given to
Franklin Field on Eve of
Relay Gathering.
PHILADELPHIA, April 27,-With the
vanguard of Uncle Sam's premier inter
collegiate athletes already here, und
several hundred others due to arrlvo
late this afternoon, final touches were
given to Franklin Field today for the
opening tomorrow of the University of
I'ennsyivania-s iwcniy-secona annual re
lay carnival.
If weather conditions nre favorable
It Is predicted that nevcral world's
records will be broken. Every collegiate
champion In the United States will com
pete In tho two-day monster meet with
the exception of McKensle, of Prince
ton. In addition, thero will be entered
several world's, American, or Olymplo
title-holders.
Tomorrow's program will contain
twenty-seven events, which will Include
liic iicuimnion, special eveniR, ana med
ley relays. Two nf the special events.
the hop, Ktep, and jump, and throwing
tho r-pound weight never before have
appeared on an Inter-colleglate pro
gram. Arlle Mucks, of Wisconsin, Is a hlg
fmorlto for several of the special events
and in the pentathlon much is expected
from Howard Berry, of Penn, last year's
all-around champion, and Worthlngton,
of Dartmouth.
The gala day of the carnival will be
Saturday, when the eyes of snortdom
will witness the famous one, two, and
four-mile relays, along with the pole
vault, shot-put, high and broad jumps,
both hurdle races and the 100yard dash.
The American scholastic, high school
and preparatory relay championships
are also scheduled for Saturday.
Bridgeport Gets Ball.
nniDGEPOUT. Conn.. April ZT.-The
Bridgeport club, of the Eastern League,
it wii announced today, has secured
Neat Ball, of the Toronto International
League club, as manager and second
baseman. Ball was formerly with the
Cleveland and Boston Americans.
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INFIELD OUTS.
The amateur baseball season has
started in Washington. It com
menced on April 12 on two or three
American League cities we recall.
Hoi Takeuchl, the Jap wrestler, chal
lenges the world from the Gayety stage.
Lucky for Hoi the Kaiser Isn't within
hearing distance.
Also that Kid Sampson and Young
Eandow hae gone to their rewards.
Speaking of Shakespeare
In SS8 years, the world will be cele
brating Hans V'8gner'a tercentenary.
Looked like the Grlffmen were trying
to re-stage the battle of Verdun during
the fourth Inning Monday.
Expect some of the Yankees wish Wal
ter Johnson was there now.
Without a Doubt!
The Grirfmen should find a helpful
moral In their 12-4 and 8 to 2 victories
over the Yankees: vis: Don't put all
your Easter eggs In one knapsack.
ir you can't find Henri Rondeau's
name on the score cards, Just look for
a set of red sleeves.
Pests We HaTe Known.
The tin-foil saving bolke who staggers
along the street with his nose to the
asphalt.
KIRK C. MILLER.
Will Wreck Fed Park.
BUFFALO. N. Y., April 27. Federal
Field built for the lamented Buffeds
at a cost of tHOOO is soon to pass to
the realm of regrets. The directors
have decided to wreck the pl.in: and
sell tho material ror wnaiever it iu
Dring.
Fails to Annear.
Peck Chapel today claims the title In
the Sunday School basketball League,
following the non-appearance of the
Christ Lutheran quint at the Y. M. C.
A. latt night. Peck won the opening
clash Monday, and last night's game
was to have been the second of the
series,
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against high prices for inferior shoes
If you could visit W.L. Douglas great factory
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shoes are made, and how the actual value of
every pair of shoes is determined before the
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APRIL 27, 1916;
pf .Unnecessary Worry
T J I HBll
JAP WRESTLER MEETS
TWO MORE MEN TODAY
Tinder and Murray to Try Conclu
sions With Oriental at Gayety.
Klo Takeuchl, the Jap wrestler per
forming at the Gayety this week, threw
Jack Boland yesterday afternoon in 6V
mlnut, but failed to land Bumps Tur
ner, as the wily local lad kept out of
the way of the Oriental' grappler. Tur
ner was chased around the ring for
nrteen minutes.
Today Takeuchl will meet Roy Tinder
at the matinee and wilt tackle Billy
Murray tonight. Takeuchl Is demon
strating unusual aklll In all his matches.
ana nir peculiar .style- Is baffling the
local men.
The Jan Is coins on In limited bouts
at his own style of wrestling. During
me weeK several local cracks have been
forced to take their beatings.
Fulton Ends Workouts
For Battle With Reich
NEW YORK. Anrll 27. -Fred Fulton,
the Minnesota plasterer, who expects
rome day to mcut Jess Wlllird for the
heavyweight crown, ha finished train
ing for his bout with Al Reich, sched
uled for. tomorrow nltht. lie now
weighs 217 poundii '
Bo many nf tho heales have whipped
I.'elch that Fulton will have to score a
cleon 1'nock-out to rnako the fans take
him seriously.
Fourteen Runners to
Represent Harvard
CAVnitinGE. Mass., April 27.-Four-teen
Harvard track atari will uphold
the Crimson against the country's best
at the enn relay cam's in hlladel
phla tomorrow and Saturday. .
Coach Donovan will have his crack
mile relay four ready to take n shot
at th mile college chamolonship, which
promises to be tho feature of the n vet.
The Crimson team leaves for Phila
delphia, this afternoon.
Will Play Lincolns.
The Palais Royal baseball team will
line np against the strong Lincolns on
Hundny next at Vigilante' Park.
Any team dslrln: games with the
Palais Rojal team address C. H. SMab,
I'nl-ilf- Royal.
fpCvpTHE LAPCK4T FACTORY IN THE
-WORLD UNOIR ONE HOOP PIAR
l iun utu't nur atiflii
VISITORS ALWAYS
WCCCOMC
Catblsf rree.
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KifnH substitutes Wy
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Thinks Loudermilk
Will Gain Control
Clevclanti Minager Believe- "But
termilk'' Will Improve in
Warm Weather.
CLEVELAND. April 27.-Can Grover
Loudermilk overcome his fatal sift at
wildness? ,
Lee Fohl wants to know.
Hughey Jennlnes says not.
Ilughey says: "If Billy 8i'lllvui. than
uhom there never was a better han
dler of pitchers, could not cure him, no
one can."
Kohl. 1-owever, has acquired consid
erable of a reputation himself, as a
de eloper of hurlers. and he Is or the
opinion ho can make Grover a much
more reliable pitcher.
"When a man has Leen pllchtnc nine
yearn and then is so wild he limes 157
paiiies in a single sason ho Is hope
less." sas CUly Sullivan.
"Wlldneis Is not the fault of the arm."
rs Fohl. "I think It Is due to the
mind. Loudermilk Is an Intelllcent man
and can to a certain extent help him
self fioni Itei.lnr so many piues."
Harry Dais. Connie Mack's trusty
lieutenant, once said thrt wildness waa
a fault of tho eyis and that lie had seen
pitchers cured of their fault by navlns
them rent to oculists Ferhans that la
the trouble with Loudermilk
But wild or not. Fohl Is of the opin
ion that Loudermilk will pitch a lot of
rod pimes for Cleveland. Louder-'
milk, thouch. Is admittedly i hot!
weather pitcher and perhaps cannot be '
counted on for, much help until the
mercury takes a Jump. i
Toledo Gets Adams.
PH!LATELTm. April J7.-.Vftrt
Adam, the plt'her ured fron. the
Chicago Culs durlnir the winter, hia
oeen hold l.y the Phllllts to the Toledo
club, of the American Assoratln, and
will report to Mnua.-er Bresnahan nt
once. The sale li outright and no other
plavers '.re invoWea,
Manaxer Mean Is forced fo reduce
his squad to twenty-one players by the
first of May and must let one other
,,!"?;?r ff. 1r P'8.06 one on " 3
ahlllty list In order to conform with
the rules. Adams is a vounjc pitcher,
hut did not-show Moran enough to war
rant keeping him In place of one of the
others.
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YUrUoil-TnlVnl-ol Play ot b Century.
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Thi Bird of Paradise
By RICHARD WALTON TULLT.
Author, "Omar the Tentmtker."
cVBUir Hawlln Blnter and Players.
MITIC. wonderful Scenic Effect.
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Lyceum BURLESQUE
MIRTH OF A NATION
EXTRA PKLLKTIEAU EXTRA
The Daaee of Art.
EXTRA ATTRACTION NIGHTS
Thars, Tana Exhibition. FrL,
Wreatllnir. Sat., Amateur Night.
BASEBALL Today
AT .
a iso p. m.
Washlngton-vs. Philadelphia
Dowatana Ticket Of See, 418 14th
(8130 to 1 P. M.)
Roller Skating Sot.
Pnna Ave. at Ninth t, N. W.
Dally, 10.10 to ll:M; ::M to it J: JO to 10.M.
Special Attraction This Week
Dare Devil Frank
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Next I Paint and Fowder Club
Monday I 1'resents
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NOW PLAYING.
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Contlnuoua, 10. :o a. m. to It p. m.
Momlnr. Atternoon, 10-15c: Nlht, 10, 15, Uc.
Grand Pine Orsan. Bmphony Orehettra.
GAYETY
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Extra Added Attraction, "T.tKEVCIll
Champion Jap Wrestler of the AVorlil.
NEXT WF.EK Honey Posey Girls.
CASINO
F Street,
Near Seventh
TODAY BIAIIY FULLER, In
THROWN TO THE LIONS -i
A Ble Red Feather Feature. :
THE WOMAN WHO DID NOT CARE
A Sells: Masterpiece .
VIM COMEDY
Dellshtful Mualc.
Open 11 a. m. to 11 p m. Atl., 10c; Nlfht.
15f. Always a Flrat-Plat Tno-Hour Show.
Commenclne Monday, PAVLOWA.
DANCING
MRS. COBB, 100 EYE ST. N. W.
Phon Main tm. Leuon tn day or evening.
Assembly Dances Every Monday Evening. '
HARTLEY'S, Prof, and Mrs.. Ult UHh sU
nw all dancln; taught: prtrat and elaf
Wo hour! 1 lion. 15. Ph. N. ?4. Est. IKS.
SUMMER RATES. Main M7.
PRIVATE LESSONS. Tie.
PROF. WTNDHAM. Ill Utb t. M.
NATIONAL RIFLES ARMORY.
Brtry Mon.. Wed., Thur.. Sat. tvo, Da
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MILLER'S BELABCO THEATER; Phoa
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Class Tuts., Thur.. Sat.; all dancea
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Delightful Spring Trips,
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War Vessels at Navy Yard and
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Modem Steel Steamers.
Daily Service From
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New York and Boston By Sea.
City Ticket Office, 73 1 15th
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Norfolk & Washington '
Steamboat C. , .
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