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1 THE WASHINGTON" TIMES." THTBSDAT: JUNE 7.1 1917. sit Golfers Provide Money for Red CrossPfeiffer Goes to V. P. I. Wagner to Play First Base T-VTjp GOLFERS GENEROUS TOWARDRED CROSS Middle Atlantic Tourney Starts Tomorrow. THIRTEEN SKTEENS LISTED Columbia, Chevy-Chase, and Kirk side Will Be lsed for First Round. tVashlncton golfers will swell the Red Cross Fund with more thsn $700 gained from entrance fees and donation! bj- various members for the Middle Atlantic States tournament which starts over three courses here tomorrow. ii4h - ir. ac -nlf... ntred and 122 contributor over and above the sum of S2 for entrance fees It Is confidently expected that the event will not only materially help the Bed Cross, but will be run off with out a hitch The schedule of play tomorrow will tx aa follows: Chtsvy Chase Club. First to Fifth Sixteen Inclusive :40 to 0.15. fifth sixteen. 9.20 to S.5. third tlxteen: lOiX) to 10 35, first sixteen, 10:40 to 1115. second sixteen; 11.20 to 11.53 fourth sixteen. Columbia Country Club, Sixth to Tenth Slxteens Inclusive S.40 to 9:1B. tenth sixteen. 0 20 to 0 53, eighth sixteen, 10 00 to 10 35. sixth sixteen: 10.40 to 11 15. seventn six teen; 11:20 to 11.33. ninth sixteen. Xirkside Golf Club, Eleventh to Thirteenth Slxteens inclusive 020 to 8.33. thirteenth sixteen: 10-00 to 10:33. eleventh sixteen; 10:40 to 11:15, twelfth sixteen. Practically all of the best golfer In this section are listed Tne semi final rounds and finals will be play ed Saturday afternoon. Following are the entries: First sixteen Robert THer vs. W It. Tuck errosn: C. Ashmead Fuller vi H L- Bond. Oeorte R James rs E B Ernon lr,J C. Davidson vs B. Warren Corkran. Cbarlea I Patterson vs. A. P Flnkensiaedt. T C. tHnmsejr vs. Z Ernest Smith. L. I Harban . s o. C Corkran; T. Courtenay Jenkins 2?. A. Dempeer. Becoc Utn Arthur ilcCtorse vs. C G Kusm; Alton It. MaeKenzJe vs. Morren trhompson. 12. 21. tVeaver vs L. TV Xleman. Georte E. Trcett vs J D Casrtls: Simeon T. Price vs O. B. Glsa. John W. Brawner vs. D. K. Jackson. Alcbeos Winter vs Ar thur Mattlnaly: E. I. Jones va, W. I Hill yr. Third sixteen A. G. Borham vs. A. B Ehdton: 1L N Brovrn vs Alexander Brltton, A. -J Cummlnr vs J. J. McCormlck, E. Harban vs B I Taylor: John Bryan vs B B. Hunt: J H. Cowlrs vs. E. M Talcott. T J W. Brown vs. M. Peck. I. W. Weaver vs. C C. Van Ier Fourth sixteen P E Brensle vs J S. Lareombe. Jr Emmons S. Kmlth. Jr., vs Charles H. Orme H. Rosier Dulany Jr . vs Newbold Noras. H. A. Glllls vs. Charles L. Fratley; A. G Klnr vs. Frederic L. Darts. R. a. Davis Id vs. O H Ttood. Richard Tnnstall n B. L Burks; S. B. Elklns vs. D. r Asbury Fifth Steen-J 1L Brlckenrteln vs. J H XJsdsay: John S Mom vs Robinson White. H. C Chamberlain vs. John H Chapman. William C. Wonhlnstqii vs. John T. Harris. J. X- Balnes vs J L. Newbold. Thomas A. weedon vs. Louis I. Dent. E. D. Jtaeem tl Hsrry Wardman, Mortimer Klnr vs. Lynn .Haines. .- sixth sixteen Hushes OUphsnt vs S. B Wolf. J J Henderson vs J M. Rankin: C S. Watts vs TV F Hsrn, G W Denteld vs W C. MendenbaU. E. I Porcber s J T Hendricks. Philip Klnr vs C T Osburn. H G. Brsntler vs. 2. T Mann, F S. Appleman vs F P. Wsrcaman Seventh sixteen William C Prentiss yn. C H Johnston. J Andrew Wbltt vs C A. Wstson. L E. Shoemaker vs. Sidney E. Kent. B Stanley Simmons vs C E Laafley. Ar thur W Dunn vs W J Ernon. F Dec Faust vs. G W Simpson R L. Corby vi J K. Hanlolaola. O. J De Moll vs. H B. Davidson Elrnth sixteen A. B Dnlln vs Whitman Cross, C. P. Klnr vs H M Southjrate. Levi Cooks vs. Hsrry M. Kaufman A W Martn vs John K. Graves. Barrr Mobnn is H A. Worthlnrton: Paul Sperrr vs John X Wirt. H. B. Spencer vs. Thomas Armstrong. C R. Stetson vs Hnrh Kaum Mnth sixteen W E rowler vs A. T Vorelsanc. Davis Elklns vs Frank Govern. John L. Weaver vs H F Baker Benismln Woodruff vs John C Walker. Bliss N De vis vs J A. Sbsffer. E H Ptlson vs E J Orme. C V Wheeler vs A L. Thurman. Low Skinner vs Flemlnr Newbold Tenth sixteen J c McLaughlin vs C L. Biles, R. P Barnard i G B Hsrher; C B Slemp vs F Lewln. w H West vs RLdolph Kauffmann G S Spsrkman vs E. C Gott, Jr . E C Robinson vs 11 P Selde mann. Allen Vamell rs K B DeGraw. W F Trout vs Hugb MscKensle Eleenth sixteen E C Grates rs J W Beller. H C Sheridan ti A. P Reeves G S Safford vs. F J Hasklns. F W Selbold vs. Herman Stabler. D "B Ames rs A F Eberly. jr . E J Orme vs E. r Gott. C M ' Kiss; vs H Klnr Comwell; W E. Shannon vs J H Culpepper Twelfth slxteenJ E rowell vs A B Gardiner Jr C A Belder s A It Giles. J N Thompson vs. A L. Br-ant G F El liott s Arthur C Mores Tom Bones rs J E Murphy O B Drown is Morris Plmon. A C McElro vs Bliss V Dai Is. Earl D Krewson is Percy S Fester Thirteenth sixteen L. L. Hsmner vs It P Andrews S P Flcklen is J H Gore Henry R. Elliott vs J M Sterrett Harrtion Stldham vs M E Gates. Samuel ratterson vs Geonce M. Worthlnrton O Melserott rs D E McComb. R. S Splllmsn i-s Richard D Daniels. J. M. Williams is. C A. Ken yon. TO HOLD WATER CARNIVAL Philadelphia Oarsmen to Aid Hos pital Unit July 4. PHILADELPHIA. June T Under the direction of the Sckujlkill Navy a monster water earnlial nlll be held in front of bnathouse row on July 4 to raise funds for Hospital Unit No. SO, of the Unlierslty of Pennsylvania. Jack Kelly, the noted oarsman, has enlisted In the unit, which will see service in France shortly, and his fellnw-narsmen and club members are assisting him ar range the affair During the afternoon members of the Philadelphia Canoe Club nill hold a regatta and varied water sports. and a team of mermaids from the Turngemeinde will take part In aaua planing races, sprints and fancy div lng contests All the clubs In the Schuylkill Naiy will enter crews In the races oer the Quarter-mile course. TO WAIVE ENTRY FEE. NEW YORK, June T In order to obtain a represented e entry of pro fessional golfers at the coming open tournament of the United States Golf Association, It was decided today to waive the ususl entry fee In so far" as the professionals are concerned. The tournament will be held at the 'hltemarsh Valley Country Club, Chestnut Hill, Pa, on June SO 22. BOOSTS LIBERTY BpNDS. BOSTON. Mass., June 7 John L. Sul Jlian will make his resppearance in the ring at Lawrence tomorrow night, but not in the role of a boxer He will make a speech on the purchasing of Liberty bends, which Matchmaker Crilley believes will spur on the young znsn of Lawrence in doiqg their bit. Irrii-iiiiMHi Tiir sT II T r sHrifild Tiiti -an ';i " Can Beat One Many Pitchers Stick They Have the Single Lew Richie was the original giant killer, His ability to wipe out all Yorkers for the Cubs kept him time after he had ceased to be useful against other clubs. Other pitchers have flashed as phenom3 against certain clubs, only to falter and do nothing against different ones Always lfs that war. A pitcher taT.rl.blr I. more successful ara.nst one club than another, and generally there are several hurlers in each of the majors who Vnovr of one club ac&lnst whom they nearly always are dinners. Drmaree Hod It on "Em. Last year and for two seasons back AI Deraaree, or the Phillies, n the Giant.' nemesis. He never started against the Giants that he didn't pitch, a hangup game, and he nearly always was returned winner. It wasnt' until the fag end of the season that McGraw. star, were able to dispel the hypnotic Influence his presence cast over their bats. It was a sort of vengeance with him. "He had teen stamped no good by the Giants and was sent t. the Phillies In a trade merelr as "some thing thrown In." He pleaded for his chance against the Giants, got U. won. and has been keeping at It ever since. The Cubs have supplied most of this queer turn of hurlers. They nearly always carry one man who can turn back the Giants. ThI. year De m.ree Is & Cub. nankin la Walter'a TiemesU. Rankin Johnson, who wa. with the Red Sox for a while, and tnen Jumped to the Federal League when he had a disagreement with the Boston club over salary, was a Jinx to Walter Johnson. Whenever Boston was plar Ing Washington, with Johnson carded for mound duty against the Red Sox it always was Rankin Johnson's turn to work. His first game of any Im portance In the American League was a 1 to 0 affair in which he downed the mighty Walter. Exasperating as It must have been Rankin Johnson steadily defeated his famous namesake. They had many memorable battles before the Fed erals got Rankin and caused him to be sent back to the minors. Stanley Covaleskle, now with Cleve- OUT-OF-TOWN SHOTS IN ANALOSTAN EVENT Will Compete in Annual Registered Trap Shoot June 16. About 100 marksmen, from Wash ington, Baltimore. Philadelphia, Rich mond, and other cities In the East, will compete In the sixth annual reg istered trap shooting event of the Analostan Gun Club June IS. The letters shooting grounds are at Ben ning The shoot will be conducted under the auspices of the Interstate Associa tion. Members of the Analostan Club made a fine showing In the Oriole Gun Club's tournament at Baltimore yesterday E. W. Ford, former cham plon of the Maryland-District of Co lumbia State Sportsmen's Association, son the ISO-bird registered shoot for amateurs when he broke 149 clays. Analostan won the three-man team championship with Ford breaking 49 out of SO, R D Morgan getting 40 of 30, and T. S Lewis 48. Analostan shots carried away most of the honors for the meet. MAY FACE LEONARD Winner of Dundee-Welling Bout Will Get Chance. NEW YORK, Joe Welling and Johnny Dundee will renew hostilities in th ring at the St. Nicholas Rink tcnighL Near!) a jear ago this pair of lightweights mingled at Madison square Garden and put up a sen satlonal fight. The lncentlie tonlgtit la a chanc at Benny Leonard The club has of fered the lightweight champion to meet the winner Should t lonard pass up this rich offer. Charley unite will be matched with the wln ner. Welling, when he finished train. lng last evening, weighed a few ounces less thsn 133 pounds. DIAMOND G08SIP. We gained on the Browns, any way. Zeb Milan showed speed In getting unaer .uoaie Collins' smash In the eighth. The "White Sox drew more fans to the psrk than the Browns did before them, and there was plenty of root ing. Amos Strunk grew Jealous of Ty Cobb and went right out and col lected five hits In as many times at the bat esterday. Mathewson's Cincinnati Reds came through for the second time In suc cession and trimmed the Giants. Toney was In fine form. Johnny Evera got Into the Braves' line-up yesterday in St. Louis and got a hit In three times up He faded away for a pinch hitter in the eighth. George Dauss always has been a tough customer for the Red Sox to face, and his victory yesterday Is not surprising. It was Ruth's sec ond defeat. Otis Lambeth turned In a good game for the Indians yesterday, hold lng the Tankees to a pair of blnglea. Lambeth Is not used much, but is de veloping rapidly, s- In addition to holding the Cubs to five hits. Groier Cleveland Alexander also contributed a pair of triples tn the box score and mad two runs for himself. - '' - - - - sriftsifrl ii, j Club; Keep Jobs in Big League Because Indian. Sign on Club. energy when he faced the New in the National League a long I land, once beat the Giants out of a pennant single-handed, when he was ' recruit with the rhlllles. The sea- ntf wTr.nTt'.cht baVu. 'for tne leaaersnio It had been charred that Phila delphia really wanted" to see the Giants win, and for that reason dish ed up a pitcher who had little chance of winning. To the amazement of the Phillies, the Giants, and even-one else concerned, he not only defeated the Giants In his first encounter with them, but did It twice during the series and anked New Tork out of the run ning Bill Doak. considerable hurler' at all times, nerertheleis. ncv.ir feels more at his ease than when he is occupjing the pit wrt box at tb Polo Grounds against the Giants. Clrotte TankeVa' Jinx. Eddie Cicoite, who thia ear has developed Into a pitcher of star like proportions, never ha any trouble when he face the Yankees. They generally are ready to -call It off be fore the game starts. Clcotte was kept In the American League through bts success In defeating the Yanks. Carl Wellman, southpaw of the Browns, probably Is out of baseball now. but the Tigers are not going to shed any tears over It. Wellman was one man who could stop the ter rifle batting combination that repre sents Detroit, and could do it eaallv. Ty Cobb, mighty mauler though he Is, never had any luck with Weil- man a twisters. Have Sever Beaten Coombs. Jsck Coombs, veteran of many an American League campaign, and now with Brooklyn, first faced the Giants In a world's series came. He won that one. Fince he has come Into the National League he haa kept that record clean. The Giants never have defeated the former star of the Athletics. . And that's the way It always goes. Even In the minors It can be found. There is always at least one! club against which a pitcher Is more suc cessful than against others. CENTRAL JflGH AWARDS TO SUCCESSFUL TEAMS Athletes Giren Letters for Wins in ' Championship Erents at School. Central High School athletea have received not only their letters for successfully filling out the athletic requirements, but united yesterday In celebrating four championships at the schooL The Blue and White boys were de clared winners in baseball, football, track, and tennis. In general as sembly at the school awards were made. Central'a track team, coached by Bill Foley, not only won the annual high school championship meet, but annexed the Tome meet and the re cent Maryland State College meet, closing a most successful season. In track athletics the letters were awarded to Captain Latta, Arbeeley. Bailey, Conner. Conradls, Gerry, Hoi den. Hoover. McLaln, Nash, Manager Pareher, Solomon, Swalne, Stein, Taber, and White In basebsll let ters were git en to Balls). Cobb. Daly. Gottlieb. Macdonald, McKlmmle, Mol ster. Russell. Pollock, Shafer, and White. In tennis the letter was won fcy Clssell, Dudley. Frluell, Trice and Stewart. Letters in swimming Went to Call. Houston, Hostetter. Jackson, Kaplan, Maltland, Newby, Solomon, and Stokes. LEAGUE STANDINGS. AMERICAN. TodST. Pet. Tfln Lor Borten ... . Chkatn New Yoric Cl.t eland . IVtrolt frt lMllS Waablnston Philadelphia ; :o It ... 17 1 It van its tn v. jn m tr mz JSi ft ATI JH JJ JUS Where They Play. TODAT I TOMOBHOTT. Chlrara at tVash chlcavo at Wafh. St. L. at FMIsdelphla D'trolt at Iloiton. Detroit at Boton Clee al New York Clsve. at ?ttw York. bt L at I'Jilladtlphla. NATIONAL. Todsv. TT. L. ret. Win. Loco rnnad.irhia : it . ,u . : Tom a n fa .; " Chicago .. . :t it tn 17 M m Louis :: ro .121 .vs nnclnn.il DM S .417 ; no.ton i yi .: .-"' .to BmoVIn 14 : .411 41 4i Plltitursh 14 n Ml .3.7 .13 Where They Play. TODAT. TOIIORKOW. X T at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Pitts Boiton at St Louis, r&lla. at Chlcaso .V T at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Pitts Uoalon at M Loula. Phlla at Chlcaso. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. American League. At New Tork R n E Ov.land - - etl-s. 11 1 Tirkrta . "I ' '-l 2 1 Baii.rles-LambeUi and o ."clll. Funer and Nuns maker. At Boston RUE DMrolt lf0 " 0 s 10 1 Bofton - fm ' OfA 0 0 Batteries Dauss and Stanaae. Ruth and Thomas At Philadelphia It H E Ft Lonls ""S m Wl tw 1 Philadelphia . 30 en lll-ll 17 1 Batteries Eothoron and eerold. No)cs and Schant . XatlonaT Lengue. At Cincinnati II H E Olanta WO 1M rmj J 4 Cincinnati - ew VI x 4 t 1 -Batteries Benton, uiaojelon and slcCanv. Toner and Wlnso. At-CMcaro R H E Philadelphia w J10 l'-4 It 1 Chlcaso K0 0) ono-o ( 1 Batteries Alexander and Kllllfer. Gtaton and Klllott At St Louis n II E. Boston "" '01 " 7 II 0 st Louis s 00; Oil-! e Batteries Nehr and Gowd) . Doak and Snv der Broc-klvn-nttsDursn tame at Flttaburth postponed, rain. r- HANSAGNERWILL PLAYFffiSTBASE Spontaneous Celebration Ex pected by the Rooters. BENCH GETS BUNNY BRIEF National Commission Inflicts No Fine on Veteran. PITTSBURGH. June 7. Honus Wag ner will play first base today for the Pirates, and a great outpouring of fans Is predicted. A spontaneous celebration Is In order. Wagner received permission from the National Commission last night I to play with the Pittsburgh club, and no fine will be inflicted on him, though he refuted to Join the team when the season opened. Whether or not the veteran short stop has suffered a cut In his salary could not be learned, for neither he nor President Dreyfuss would discuss the matter today. The presence of Wagner on first base means the benching of Bunny Brief. The latter started In tike a hitter, but recently hla stickwork has fallen oft badly. BOB THAYER'S GOSSIP ON SPORTING MATTERS Baseball may be tho international sport of the future If the efforts of the United States bluejackets prevail upon the Britishers. Members of the ships' crews somewhereJn L'ngUnd recently gave a demonstration or baseball. The teams were uniformed and the game waa reported as being a first rate exhibition. High officials of Britain's fleet watched the game with Interest, and declared they were satisfied It could be used as a part of the regular entertainment In off hours. "Carries of baseball have been staged within range of the big guns at the front In Prance. Our national pastime may become the international pastime ere long. Slowly but surely there Is creep ing Into the consciousness of college tatn the Idea thdt after all sports must he held during next year. It was a mistake to call off all sports. From our observations It appeared that the stopping of all sports gave rise to a general lax spirit! There has been little real hard work done either In the class room or In the field. The colleges have simply marked time. Al though many, thousanda have done I good and noble work in-drilling and I I going, to work it Is safe to aay a ma-1 Jorlty of the youngsters have suffer ed a loss. Some wise golf club will start holding Junior tournaments in order to' develop youngsters. Tennis men have recognized the vaule of holding Junior events, and have developed flrst-rate playera like Clifton Herd. Harold Throckmorton, and Elliot Blnten. It requires a general up heaval like the entrance of a couple of wonders like Jones, Adair, and Prescott before golfers will sit up and take notice. There are any num ber of good youngsters In this city who could be developed Into flrst rate plajers with some competition and attention. Manager Clark -Griffith's scheme for obtaining money with which to provide the American soldiers with baseball material Is proving most successful, but all those who have contributed their little two bits should not stop there. They should write to at least four friends, asking that they. In turn, do their little bit for the welfare of the thousands of oung mn soon to enter military camps. With close to 800.000 soldiers to be outfitted, much money will be required, and Clark oriffith hates to lose In any game he entera. So don t forget those four letters. Of all the cliiTs said to be '"king the Washington franchise In the American League, ntt'burgh looks to be the best. It Is a good baseball city and now has a weak team Barney Drefu Is not the most popular man In the business, as the attendance proves In the hmoky City. Pittsburgh i. hi. .nnn.h tn sunoort two ball clubs one playing at home while the other Is on the road ut course. u Ban Johnvin's "sentiment" Interview, the Smoky City should hae small hope of obtaining another major leaeue club, but Pittsburgh looms up a stronger contender than Baltimore, Brooklyn, or Toronto. If Benny Leonard, the new light weight champion, really does enllt In the I'nlted States nns. It will proe a big boose for the fight game The best that that ever happened to European boxing was the enlistment of Georges Carpentler. the champion heavy weight across the water, it snowea that athletes counted for something In the serious things of the world So. too. does the enlistment 01 Hank Gowdy tend to show that baseball players have their country's welfare at heart. That demonstration at the Tolo Grounds Tu.day must have been a wonderful experience for those doubting the patriotism of the Amer ican public and for that reason The Tlme reprinted Bill McGeehan's thinbbinir description yesterday We 150 f lS) '" L COLLARS g PUFFER HEADED FOR VIRGINIA POLY Tech's Crack Athlete Expects to Matriculate in Fall HAS AN ENVIABLE RECORD Vks Captain of Baseball, All-High Center, and Played Basketball. Dave Pfelffer, Tech's baseball cap tain and all around athlete. Is expect ing to matriculate at Virginia Poly technic Institute next fall. The Manual Trainer has mads a great record here during the past two years. Pfelffer was captain of the baseball team and a -member of Teens cnampionsnip basketball five. He also played center on the football team, and was rated as one of the best players in the series although Incapacitated on account of Injuries. Two years ago Pfelffer made the all High selection at center, being rated as ths best lineman In the series. He is an exceptionally goojl baseball player and a good hitter. Pfelffer was expected to go to Psnn State to Join Eugene 'Ochsen relter, a former Tech star athlete. His recent determination to enter V. P. I was reached on account of affiliations of former Tech boys at the Virginia school. in Washington were unable to wit ness that parade of the athletes to the music of the "Marseillaise" and "Dixie," but patriotism Is Just n alive In Washington aa in New York. We are all Americans when it comes down to It. And no better place to prove thla can be found than at the baseball parka throughout the land. AMOS STRUNK WALLOPS FIVE HITS FOR MACKS Roy Bates Also Contributes Heav ily to Attack on Browns. Amos Strunk today leads our big league Differs with a perfect day at bat. Strunk whanged out five hits out of five times at bat, one safety being a double. Roy Bates, also of the Mackmrn, who earlier made five hits In a game, made another fine record lesterJay I with four out of five, one a homer. Bobby Veach. of the Tigers, gu In three safe wallops It three time at the bat. Here's how they hit them up: A.B. H, T.B. Ave Strunk, Athletics... 5 S c 1 000 Veach, Tigers 3 3 3 1OO0 Sloan. Browns Ill 1000 Rumler, Browns.... Ill 1000 Hellman. Tigers.... 1 1 1 1000 Seaton. Cubs Ill 1000 Reuther. Cubs, 1 1 '1 1 ono N'oves, Athletics... Ill 1000 Bates, Athletics.... S 7 .800 Horneby. Cards -4 3 7 .750 Stock. Phils 4 3 4 .750 Rice, Griffs 3 2 4 .667 Shanks. Griffs 3 2 2 .047 Roth, Indians 3 2, 2 .687 WILL MEET LANGFORD. BOSTON. June 7. Fred Fulton, challenger for the world's heavy weight title, and Sam Langford, the veteran colored slugger, have been matched to box twelve rounds at the Armory A. A. next week noiiiEn ah at jiEirrz WIM.SITTODAT1 Cltae Pally 8 P. 51, Saturday 0 P. 31. At the Sign of the Moon. Established 1S93. We've Saved You Big Money throujjri our Rood judement in stockinjr up heavily with woolens and beinc quoted prices that are not pos sible now. SUITS To Order aa Low as 15 .50 Made up of fabrics that elsewhere would cost $30 and up. Every car ment made, by our own experts and fully jruararileed. CHAUFFEURS' UNIFORMS is our specialty. We make them up with lots of snap and style. Tho prices are always economies!. Mertz t& Mertz Co., Inc. 906 F St. Suburban League Dates Out -SSMSSSSSSS. t First Matches Slated for June-16, Home Club Having Arranged for Engagements On Princeton Courts. With the matches scheduled for the first clash in the Su burban League set for June 16, a decision is expected to be reached today or tomorrow as Independence Day. President John Holmead, to get the dates all out by Saturday, at which time all the teams will know the engagements for the year. There will he no change in the make-up of the league this season. The Home Club has made arrange ments with the Princeton Club to play its matches on the Princeton Club courts, Otis and Warder streets northwest. Location of CI aba. The various clubs and their courts are aa follows: Racquet, Fifteenth street and Columbia road northwest: Holmead, Thirteenth and Monroe ireets northwest: Bureau of Stand ards, Connecticut avenue and Upshur ir.t northwest: .Argyle, i-uteentn and Emerson street northwest: Pet worth. Randolph, between Fourth and Fifth streets northwest, and Eu- GRIFFS KILL TWO BIRDS WITH A SINGLE STONE Stop Finning Streaks of Cicotte and White Sox. Eddie Clcotte had to lose some time, of course, so what could be better than to have his winning streak cease at Georgia avenue? Answer: Noth ing. So he lost. "Clcotte, who is leading the Ameri can League in efficient flinging, came to town with seven consecutive vic tories behind him. Today he haa one consecutive defeat In his system, thanks to remarkable pitching by George Du Mont and some co-ordinated hitting by the Grlffmen. The White Sor had copped nine straight victories until yesterday. They bumped Into the Griffs four times in Chicago, and then took the Browns into camp before visiting Shlbe Park for four victories over the Mackmen. Now they can start all over again. Charlie Rlsberg, a newcomer In fast company, pulled the best fielding stunt of the opening game, when he raced out Into the garden, dragged down Foster's fly and doubled up Milan at second base. Rlsberg Is a man with an arm of steel, and It be hooves all opponents to remember this when he sets himself for a peg. Eddie Foster sauntered over toward the pavilion in the fifth and droppeQ Gandll's foul fly. In the next Inning McErlde did the same thing with Jackson's foul. It Isn't often that these two veterans act like that. Hank Shanks continued his hitting. piling up two more for his total. He also looked pretty sweet around the first corner. ZBYSZKO DOWNS LEWIS. SAN TRAVCISCO. June 7. Wladek Zbyszko, of Poland, took a flying fall and the decision from Ed (Strangler) Lewis In a two-and-one half hour wrestling match here laat night. M-tnVJ.V'r-5 t . . : v.i'i-;; .- ,.! "- -Vfr-'iv!UK-r& -a. - n. erv-.- .ssars. mm W. While worklngat his trado as jour neyman shoe maker," Tho Boy Who Pegged Shoes"; decides to put Into oper ation his life am bition to become "THE WORLD'S CREATEST SHOEMAKER." H oW. 25Sfr ". JJIfSUi,r'. to whether the circuit shall play of the Suburban League, expects did. Fairmont street, between Georgia and Sherman avenues northwest. Accorang 10 tne seneauieinere wm be two sinH. -d (lve donhl.. matches. An effort will be made to stage the matches on Sunday In the event that the teams are. unable to play on Saturday. June Id Date Set. The officers of the organization are John Holmead, president: Joshua Carr, vice president, and Cecil Dowd, secretary and treasurer. The matches slated for June 8 ara as follows: Euclid, at Petworth: Hol mead. at Racauet: Bureau of stand ards, at Argyle, and Princeton, at Home Club. Last year's line was won by Racquet. The loss of R. C. Van Vllet, District tennis champion, also a member of Racauet, will bo keenly felt this year. NINE NEAT GOOSE EGGS IS ALL WHITE SOX GET Dn Moat Ghes Griffsei a 3-to-0 Wk (her Peaaait Closers. The Grlffmen at last have managed to defeat the Chicago White Sox nnd the honor belongs largely to tjeorge Du Mont, whose steadiness on the slab turned back the enemy. Du Munt held the Sox to four hits, two of which came In the last Inning, and chut them out. 3 t,0 Alnsmitb opened the th!M with a double to left field, stole third, and came across when Du Mont singled to right center. McBride singled to start the fifth. The next two lads perished, but Shanks and Milan came through with blngles and McBride- tallied. Alnsmlth walked to start the seventh. Du Mont whiffed, but Shanks collided with a single and Milan did likewise. sco-ring Alnsmlth. Here you are for the numbers and eve"ythlng: Chlcaso. Waahlnston. ABIIOAE LlboId.rf. Hill Uurphy.rr. Kill tVee.Ter.lb 4 1 4 E.Cltns.2b lllll JacJuon.lf 4 0 1 S t r.Uch.cf.. 4 0 0 S GandlUb.. lllll Rlsberg.ss. lllll 8c.halk.c 11(11 Clcotup. i 0 J I jumojir Jhanks.tb. I I J 1 11. Ola.' ? me.!rt?: III! Uorsanb 10 4 4 Mtnoe.KT.ir s s 1 o a MeBrldt.ss I lltji UWHUILC . A w Du llootjl I 1 S I t -j.voumM. loses Totals.. B till 1, Totals... 9IC11 I Batted tor OcotU In ninth. Chlcaso .......... 00) eoo Oor 4 Washlaston ..........,.. OS 010 ltt-4 Runa-alcBrtda. Alnsmlth (1). Left on baias Chlcaso. I; Waahlnston. t. first base 09 balls Off OcotU, t; off Du Mont. I. Struck out By Clcotte, I: by Du Mont. J. Three base hit Rica. Two-bass hit Alasmlfh. Bvo rlflcs hits Morgan. Shaaks. Stolen tiase. Rice. Menosky. Double plays Du Kent O Morgan to. Shanks; Klabers to E. Conine lilt by pitcher By Clcotte. 1; by Du Mont. 1. Umpires Messrs. Evans and Mortarty. Tim of same 1 hour and II mlnutaa. LOWE TRIE8 IT AGAIN. Tommy Lowe, Washington's veteran lightweight, will go to Savannah. Gs next week to battle either Har lem Eddie Kelly or Pete Hartley over the fifteen round route. Lowe Is very popular In Savannah. J Ji Vi v0 W.L. DOUGLAS "THS SHOE THAT HOLDS ITS SHAPE" $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 $6.00 $7.00 $8.00 You can Save Money try Wearing ! ' W. L. Douglas Shoes, ine uest Known Shoes in the World. mm L. 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Williams is playing first base for Baltimore and doing a good Job of It. eBntley Is playing left field, though now and then hi perform on the slab. Turner Barber and Merlto Acosta. two more ex-Griffs, are holding thalr Own with the stick. Joaea Gets Collegian. Fllder Jonea'haa signed tip Wright. Ohio State's varsity twlrler. The col leglan will report to th vtM-.i.. June 20. Last Monday his great pitch ing lurneo back Chicago University with five hits and Ohio State coppe "j comereoce championship. The Chlcara Whit. :- .. , to take advantage of tough going for tS! v? r.W efcMnPlon. .and, unless the Westerner rush to the front on their present trie. .1... ....,'.. they will lose their opportunity for- The Red Sox have eAnM..ki .-- over their three Eastern rival, and. after the present Invasion Is ended, the champions will have a lot of game to play with the Griffs. Tank, and Mackmen. Iadlans Learning TJp. 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