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Stanley Coveleslde Perform In
Excellent Style On Mound
DON'T FORGET THAT A MAN WHO IS AFRAID OF EARNING MORE THAN HIS SALARY RARELY EARNS HIS SALARY
THE TIMES' COMPLETE SPORTING PAGE
Griffraen Fall Before1 Indkns
In Opening Contest of Series
Oopyrliar, Hit. by InMruuooal Nw Barries
FX?i-AAjfA5 wc p Motor
-ON T-rc VJA1i TO TrtcT
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1 sSi'fgm fSism -i 7 on jus unBw .sa 1 - t---T?3S3J&
" sssy &vv.i A some tjowvAw- Jat WSBm
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BABE RUTH NOW LEADING
AMERICAN LEAGUE STARS
Ste Ruth, who gave a mervelous j cicvue. cjil
manstratIon of his htttinjr skill for J JJSt nt
toree oajrs here this week, has oustea i npp. x. T
Tris Speaker from the battinc leadr
Alcf the American League to date
Tit Bed Sox, huHcvhas clouted the
asata for .407 In ten Karnes.
Sano" Collins and Speaker each
ftH eff .133 points and are now at
.393, "which is considered respectable,
Trank Schulte, the nritfs' utility
K Collins, Chi .
tai-er. Chi . .
. .. It 1 SO 3"0 - too
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i: ;t s 13 l .si z
..ISO II 1 .30 x
. . :i 4 i .
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This Star Quits
fihfn. iioa . .. a e i 11 : jo .roj
MOKCAi. w s . k v w li 1 .'. T .
ini.vx, was . . i Ti ,: j7 .a
Vouar. Dt li ' ; m I .; x
rich. cbi u i ft m : .: T -U
Chapman, Cl-v... . IT tl I( 1 I .S .TO
Jamlfton. rhil s fl II S : so .3
Graney. Clv 11 3) S -. 1 .rw .is
, uiiiums. um a ;i i c 1 M ....
ntnelder, has crowded his way to the j . i)..;.;.-; t s I ' o ."S. "
top anion? the IVashlnston batsmen j Knpp. Phil .'.is ST fi I zk ".:i
and ,ow has a mark, of .3b5 for eight j SSJSk&Jb; f g. jjf I .i?
Cimu. j Drercn. Iet II 5". ; II : .r js
, ... . Cerbef, St. L. ir M s is s .re .13
Here are the averages of all asli- Bai. l)t n u u 1! 3 .S3 .15
Ington players and all others reach- I Velle. Itt ... ... .. T 17 (oa .' .
, . , ,, Denunltt. t. 1. . . IS 47 T 11 0 .SI .
log- at least .200: saik. chi ... r. 7 11 1 .31 .K
wwfc arun-t mil i. u. s j .i .7
Jain : ,,""'.V" : .1. i : - ;:
G. Ai. Jl.II fc-Lom'"ZTl- AZ. 'I -Z , i i --'
13 0 .tp"M . .. I . iv-cxft'rtt V. Iff -ft fi h. a
' Barp-. Wub.
f Puth Roe . .
. McMullln. Oil.
5 Collins Jil.
. Speaks, del
"' Vo ii "2 1 Miller. X. T . .... CI 4 H 1
w ;; 7J "a : -J, rosTBit. wass . 17 i
" "t; ;,' i -., S- Turner. Oev 13 -2
flTHUUE. WXP.. 13 4 S0JS3 .IT
Ber V T JJ 71 11 3 1 .31
' 14 1 .HO . I
; T 0 n . .. ! I
, fort. nem ? i ii 4 .ill .10
1 Karanaush. n . ..11 !? I .111 .is
Chapman, SS. Shotton.rf.
Turner, 3b. Lavan.ss.
Speaker, cf. Schulte, cf.
Roth, rf. Shanks, If
Wamby, 2b. Judge, lb. .
William?, lb. Morgan, 2b.
Wood, If. Foster. 3b.
O'Neill, c. Ainsmitb.c
Peters, c. Casey, e.
Coumbe, p. Johnson, p.
Morton, p. Ay ere, p.
Bagby, p. Craft, p
Game at -1 o'clock.
n ,wtB a niiiLn
I.1.1ni.k XT - , -i. .r . . . . .IT .Jr.. . .'lU.ICIl
WS? S.' ff j. ? g ' ?-?; k'."."H CT if .ST-3: snle- Cocleskie I. still a mo.t
SSSo-n."!:-" I o .-& JJSEffi ! JJ f? '; ! II capable flinBer. He proved .t ron-
" cw'" ' ? r li t 1 5" M 'vnmaia"B0;:"V.U S 4 " 3 -g -liwlvriy in the opening clash ..b
.?lStm. a'..-..'.:i li i a l . S"'- f "i T ?,J - -.1 ' ' rlffa at Oeorcia avenue He
Miler. St. L.. 17 TO 12 B 5 57 .(7 nrvoV-r i J n J "? I pitched sweetly, copping by a s.-ore
amDszaaaa. tev n 3 0 is o ,31s ... .......i.
Ul.1 C, T 1A T IK a TI-. -. UIIAM.ll 1
KlniBk. Boa. 1 C 11 S 7 .313 .45 , Tm,J
ruvldcaa PWI .... IT, i I- 0 .IC - 17 ' Siikr- " '"
OMrlnt. FM1 4t 0 0 0 .33 . .l,-iiiV.
Coal. X. T 1TI t 3 1. fit .44 ( 7j!Sr ''
Uarn Pail 17 S H 0 JC3 11, "" ....
Cobb Det. 11 47 10 13 S .31J 10S
O 1 0 J5 " I of to
i i 2 -21 -S.Mln can
10 : i 7 0 .us 11:
U 71 S 34 3 .3.7 -r -1C
IS Tl S 3 .316 3
IS TO 5 i3 4 .311 .37 '
)VV .N. -WAS
HOW. Cler IS TO S 33 4 .311 .37 .l..
rsatt. K. T.. . . II 71 II 3 I .iM J- .11 I"!.!.-.
HCTTBN, WAS.. II 71 11 S- 3 JW 1. si U.l
A-JStln. St. X.. ..1 5 1 Ja..i K, w yort .
Gideon, St. Ik.. .. 17 (i 3 .9W .17 ...b,rt
Smith. St. I, 17 t5 30 .tM t .33 WAdHIXCTOV
M-Jrnis. Bos 30 T3 9 3 1 .3W - 31 nuntan
Walker. Phil 17 ; 4 IS S .EV. - 33 PhUadWftiia
WooO, Clevf 13 C 4 11 9 3C3 T.1K Di:i . ..
before thunder rolled and
ma Hntvn In hni.Vli
A 11 T- I " ' --.... --.,....
0 o .0(0 '. ' For three frames not a. (in.fman
0 . . , rearhed first. Then they mixed up
0 .w ii real hit, two scratches, and a
wild pes by Turner and landed one
"""'B i.eacur 1 in. m.iiinc. run Two ,joubIe9 anj a s-ic cave
"V - them another in the sisth for their
; r. it. 11. .-r p- -iyT- "ther tally, but Covey wasn't piteh
13 "M c li'.' .ro .nllmr his arm about that time, lie had
' W a f- : too Ions n lead.
.' " Si b j 4 ir1 5! t-1am,9 firuntinp; Sha
10 cm 3 K3 1
". ! thi home boys.
iw started for
showed little and
IN WINNING GAME W
PHILADELPJITA. Hay ll.-Joe
Jackson has been notified by his ex
emption board at Greenville, S. C, to
take a physical examination at once.
If the famous slupcer passes, ho will
undoubtedly be called In this draft.
Jackson will undergo examination
The White Sox slugger's name was
placed in thu tentative list to be
drawn between May 23 and June 1.
ills number In ftlft anrl hat h'.n mm.
I .A :.. K ..li rA.-JL.. ' ' "
Iu ill kllT; .ll .u liir-ll.
Jackson was originally piaced In
I class 4 on the ground of -dependency.
However, it has been ascertained that
lilq fflmllv ran crjit nlAnr t?.tlaBrk.
f Ily with the Income from property
i Jackson owns, so he has been ad
vanced. ; KENTUCKERB YHAS
EIGHT FOR STARTERS
J JOKING JjjM QVER
By LOUIS A. D0UGHER
CIIl'ItritlM. DOWNS. LOinsViM,!!.
Ky.. May 1L Klpht richly bred thor
ouRhbred will go to the post thl after
noon In the Xtt.CG0 Kentucky Derby. Ten
I were named for the event, but two Jim
Hefferlng and Aufum. likely will not
I The eUht starters -wll Include War
(Cloud. Jiecoba. James T. Clark. Sewell
I Comb. Lucky U. American Kagle. Ex-
terminator, and Viva America.
I.--avy .-howers Lttrun falling this
morning, making It certain the track will
be muddy. Trainer Jennings, of War
Cloud, claim his sensational younwter
will be as much at home In the mud as
T. .- T, T . ., 1
iipti .1 iui"nr rini-nQntr thn crnp . .. ... - ,. , .
it vh H3 1C3 17 .-7- . , l,; iiiiii uuj j-. jMi-FVKTiA 11. 11c onu - -- r, -....wj, ... wW. , uu lajt irac-t. qui miny oiner expects
. Ill S ill s '.hi J- 'V vanished In the middle of the third shortstop of the St. Louis Cardinals, j bellev. the mud nill greatly increase the
Young: Chaney, Baltimore's boxing: pride, has jumped right up to
the. front of the class by his fine showing against Champion Pete Her
man last Wednesday night. According to those witnessing the ten
round no-decision bout, Young Chaney had it all over the champion all
ways from the ace, out-boxing him, out-slugging him, and even out-
gaming him. It is unfortunate that it was a decisionless bout, but eren
if the arbiter had been allowed to name the winner. Young- Chaney would
have gained little or nothing. They boxed at catchweights and each
boer was well over the limit..
The Baltimore boy, who fought
many of his early battles at the Ard
more Club before Washington fans,
has advanced rapidly In the past
year. He has grown a bit rugged,
thus enabling him to weather rather
roughing storms in the ring. He packs
markable, and 'has quite a. bit of
science Inside of the ropes. ,
However, If Chaney Is ever to claim j
title. It will hardly be a bantam!
crown. He is right now a respectable j
featherweight, and. as such, will
probably be found battling the best,
within a few months. That victory
over Fete Herman will go far toward
advancing Toung Chaney In the re
spect of promoters all over the country.
COBB MAKES SLOW
START WITH CLUB
ILEMuuL o urmiim
ATTENDED BY HIGH
OFFICIALS OF NAVY
The Bleachera Move.
If boosting counts for anything', a
majority of the 10,000 employes or
the navy yard will be on hand, when
Rear Admiral I. C. Palmer, chief of
Hter see a Southern Association! the Bureau of Navigation, tosses the
contest at Ponce de Leon Park, At
ball out at the opening of the Xirr
a4u iscu.u jxague.
lanta? That's where they have
movable bleachers. That's right
A low hill rises out beyond the
center and right field fences, lopped
by the Southern railway tracks.
l'waon.- am rnv n lnne ts-tnf .
freight cars ornament that hill, and oa -,' '8C ?u 1.et.?' seventy-flve garner
every afternoonwhen the Crackers
Admiral Earle. chief of the
Bureau of Ordance of the Navy, is
expected to be on hand at Fifteenth
and II streets at G o'clock this after
noon to asfist in the ceremonies of
getting th eight-club circuit started
are playing at home, those cars are
Capt. A. I Wlllard. commandant of
the navy nrd, has given tho legaue
ornamented with Eth!'plans
ages and sizes and grins.
his hearty indorsement. Miscellaneous
I and Toul Shop players meet the
And maybe those Ethiopians don't The ,-,. 'of ,he letrnne fnli-
Gsint Won 1v ri.chr
iron. Tf---. cuh.. AMERICAN LEAGUE
UauH-a lo by I'll'lKt.
To Tim- Clubs
v- - 1
Pitch-r and club, vr LP C.
I. : 3? '2 -55- -4 session. Harper followed with nol,,, ia , i,., ,,. ,T,ii ,i ' chances of Luckv Band Kscoba
" " " --r improvement. Then, marvel of mar-.""" " """ h"th ""- "" .
vels. Moilv craft dertiy toHcd two ' last major league campaign, lie 1 pm 1111171171) rAIICilUU
t.rret innings b.-fore the skies wi receive S35O.000 for Texas oil I vuL lUlLLull LALioJ Ufr
"Tnterest was at low ebb as the In- i properties he owns and plans to get
dian.s kept piling up their runs and ' Out Of baseball.
u. m tunlA.t no ln.nril -vH lt.l., t -
Owens discovered daikness at the
! close of the eighth Inning
1 Pab-r. Chic 3 I 10)
.. Kallla. It 10 1("V
.. Tlnsllne. Wash ... 10 1
Hnz, Chic 10 1 o
.. B.Iand, It. . . 1 0 1 w
.. llausft. Det. ... 1 0 l.l-o
.. Scltf-lIcnLach. Chic. 1 .. 1(1.1
1 Corelerlsle Clev . 4 1 .W
1, , . .. X Williams, Chic.
....'.. 1 .. Mosrtdjrt. N
Love. N. T.
.. ,.. GatUu, St. L.
.. 2 Ayers. Wash.
S & Leonard. Ifos-
- Ala.), Hog. .
- Jluth. IWw
. Perry. Phil.
hutlior&n. Ft L
S .. JtUM.ll. N. T
- 1 llacby. Clev.
- .. Iu Mont. Wasti .
- 1 Morton. CV
.. 1 liickuon. I-t .. .
1 Counib-. Cr
.. John-on. Wash
3 '.. Myen. Plill ...
X clruotn. Clrv
.' -. Load-millb St. L
.. .. Adams, pjill. . ..
- - :rEB. Phil
iMVVniMTt S' I,
.. - llrfini N V .
- - riciA-irau. Iii.
. -- Miocker. Ft L ....
. -. C. Jones, rvt . ...
.. llarrer. Wah
.. .. Mltclv-U. IM.
.. .. TlionnaWan. N
- .. Itanforth. "hlc. .
.. Clcottf. Chic
- - CaldKrU N T
QUANTICO MARINES IN
LINE FOR BALL GAMES
, 4 l .Ko
3 1 .Tl
3 1 .'A
3 1 .3741
3 I .fr.7
. 3 3 .fffl
. 3 3 .t00
3 3 J&O
. 3 f .CW
. S 3 .?
4 X JJl
1 3 .313
1 3 .150
I 3 XA
. I 3 .330
WHITTED AND "PICKLES"
JOIN REGULAR SERVICE
-, PIIILAIaKLI'IUA. May 11 -George
" ' Whin! and "Picklei." Ullhocfer. xtar
uultilder and second string catcher.
" 1 rp-ctiv-!v. of the Ihillles. have en
j list's) in the regular army. Both men
! i.r In I:ih 1 -A fif the draft, hill
' j pr-l-rr-d not to wait
" ( "I didn't want It said that I wailed '
.. I to be ordered away." "Pickles' tuld J
- I Manager Morau. "1 am happy to say.
" j loo. that I didn't take a Job in a shfp
i I yard or a munitions plant, either. 1
I want to do my duly und the sooner
- I tno better."'
, "1 in not --aintr I'm orry to have
my Ixivs go," .-aid Muran. "hut I Miall
siin-lv miss thi-in. Uood luck to all of
I tnem "
W.I. Pet , W I-Pct
3 CU Wa-lUneton 11 .lio
U .'jl! .St. lymla S 10 .4(4
7 ' Ilvtrolt. . T tr.
II I i-'li Phllad ,hU 7 11 M
Cie.eian't. I, Washington. 3.
Chlratro. .. ItillnJflnhlj. 3
iJttrolt, 3. New York. 3.
liosum, I. i-'l. lAUla. L
Wlier? They I'l.iy Today.
ClafeUmt at Washlnitton.
Uelrolt st New Tork
at. Louis at Jtoittn
(McJta at Phlladl.UU.
CHICACO. Mav 1 Claiming that
public sentiment opposes the proposed
heavyweight conte.it between Jess
Wlllard and Kr-.l I-'tilton. Colonel
Miller has called it or? He lias noti
fied both boxers of ins decision.
In replying from Lawrence. Kan.,
Willard savs he Ftanri vrllllnt- tn
! defend his title againut Fulton or any
other challenger whenever a public
1 demand arlt-rs.
OMAR KHAYYAM UNABLE
! TO APPEAR IN FEATURE
NVw Tork . IS 3 .fl
Tiieaico . 11 .TC
I ,ttlAurch.. 10 S JC-,
Cincinnati . II 13 .I7M llucton
. 1 1
MILAN PLUS TENDON;
SCHULTE GETS CHANCE
FRESHMEN TO TRY IN
FIED AND TRACK MEET
l-'re-lmi.i'i athletes from four schools
I i-- iiiipe:fng today In the tlrst an
nual tl'ld and track game?
Kast-'rn. Western. Teeli, nd Rusl
' n--M nr- In Ihe meet. There are four
it in events listed.
j Omar Khaym will not appear In the
ipiopoied HO.ltt) special race at Pimiico
next -veek. It has been discovered thit
the great thoroughbred is not jet In
good racing condition, and so the race
has been called off.
It was proposed to have Omar. Cudgel.
and Bondage appear Lat WodnesJiv
dll'Ifta-Atal tia-r.T-a.tl fvrini f -. t arsj .
Plttsbureh. I; New Toll, 3 '. "1 . a """u'5t nu u",ilr
W I. Pet.
ri.i;na'i.a n ki
llnslj-n 7 13 .VS
!t. IajuIs 7 II .-
i 14 U
CmdcnaU. .. SI IaajIa. i.
Where They I'lny Today.
Piaton a rhlf.ao.
Phlladi-Ii.hla at St. IaiuIs
Itnuklvn at Clm-trmatl
New Tora at lMltrbureh. '
BIG LEAGUE BIFFERS
WATSON AND McCARTHY
TIE FOR BOWLING HONOR
root! They can be heard nay down
at Peachtree street, which is some
distance away. They thoroughly en-
Joy the early Innings of every game,
The early innings? Yes. the early
Innings, for In the fourth or fifth in
ning always there comes sneaking up
the track a shunting engine. It
quietly attaches itself to that string
of frelgh cars, and the bleachers
No. tho rooters don't go. too. They
beat all records In falling off the
cara Their baseball Is done until
the next day
But Atlanta Is the only town known
to have movable bleachers
Why Bob Kddle Murphy f
In adding Tiabe Ruth to the club of
those swatters who have poled the
pill over the new right field wall at
Rourgia avenue, and naming Harry
Hn-ipcr. Harry Lord. Joe Jackson, and
Elmer Smith as the other members,
we have offended J. Artii ir Lew's,
whoso neatly typewrit-.! query
comes o follows:
"My P(ar Mr Dougher:
"Why rob Eddie Murphy, who was
the first man to lay one over that
right field wall, of the 'rcJit Ihtie
for?" That's right Why rob Eddie Mur
phy? Let's make him charter mem- -ber
and instigator of the merry band
of wallopers. i
COMPETE INS. A. MEET
E. IL Howard, president: R. D. Cole.
man. secretary: W. E Tranby. treas
urer. John Carr is umpire,
schedule vvil: run all summer
BLUE RIDGE LEAGUE
WILL HAVE A START
HAOERSTOWN. Md . May 11.
With the decision of Martinsburg to
remain in th Blue Ridge Baseball
League Uie circuit is now complete,
consisting of three of the largest
towns in western Maryland Hagers
town. Cumberland, and Frederick
and Martinsburg. twenty miles across
the Potomac river in West Virginia.
Until the Martinsburg team officials
and fans decided to stick 'the fate of
the league was in doubt.
The finances for all of the teams
has been assured Tho league will
open the season op May 21 and close
on I.abiir Pay. September 271.
The t-cliedttle of .-ames will be ar
ranged within the next week or ten
HOPKINS MEETS C." U.;
STATE AT GALUUDET
Ty Cobb, who closed last atasoa
with a tremendous batting spree, bit
ting .G00 for his last thirteen gam's
and hitting safely In all, began tht
present campaign slowly, hitting .321
In his first ten games. Ty getting hu
hits in all but the second game.
The world champion White Sox, who
got away to a slow start, tallied
nineteen runs and clouted twnty-fit
hits off Tiger twirjers last weok U
season's record." -
Ray Caldwell's, modexn record of
three home, runs on successive, days
was tied by Babe Ruth, of the Rod
Sox. during the past week, the iour-
base swat he got off Walter Johnson
making twenty-three homers that
Griffs "Big Tank" has allowed In ti
twelve years that he has beejt serv
ing speeders to Ban Johnson's hit
ters. Eddie Collins, after healing Sam
Crawford's "Iron Man by six games,
the White Sox captain not missing a
contest In 43 consecutive, games, at
last quit, being absent from the bat
ting order last Friday, owing' to in
juries. The player having the belt
chance to relieve dashing Eddie of
his crown is Fred Lnderus. ot th
Phils, though Moran's captain has la
go some. for. Including Thursday's
game..Luderas has played 2S9 games
In succession for the Quaker team.
Terry Turner had hit safely- In. his
first six games when Allen Sothoroa
halted him, the Indians veteran get
ting seven hits in twenty tries for
.350. Joe Jackson got one or ino'i
hits In the first ten games that at
played, until Bernle Boland applied
the brakes. "Shoeless Joe" getting
eighteen hits. In forty trips to tht
plate for an even .450 average.
"Buck" Weaver, by getting five hits
In one game, ran to form. Since tht
start of the ' 1913 playing season
Weaver Is the only major leaguer to
hammer out a quintet of base hits la
a single contest for three successive
years. Willie Mitchell. E. Johnson,
Bill James. F. Hall, and Harry Covt
leskte were the moundsmen.
The following players got four hits
In one game: Bert Shotton. of tat
Senators-. Charlie Jamleson. -of tht
Athletics: Oscar VltL of the Tigers
Sarge Jim Bagby broke two White
Hose players hitting streaks last
Tuesday, halting both "Buek" Weaver
and Chick Gandil. who had hit safely
In each of their last eight games for
averages of .-110 and" ..71. respectively.
Shoilon. l.rlrr-. .
S. Maxre. Itcls.
Smth. "ards... .
V. P. I. OUT OF IT.
Quantiro marines want games with
some fast Washington teams The
KNOCKS OUT ERTLE.
MILWAUKEE. May II. -J
Watson and McCarthy lied for first
ji honors In list night' rolling in the DIs-
730 trlct durkpln tournament at the Grand
;.""' Central In CI.s A ln;les. Roth cracks
..ST0' WL w-,,"' had a game of 112.
, None nf the team scores changed or
broke hlfli m-irk records
HAMILTON JOINS NAV?.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute had
... " intended entering the South Atlantic
h vlilnn thr r-vifTn...... . . . .. .. ...i.i. l, . I i-..i. t .i .... '.. .t.. . .
.......,-r.. n iricran in iiaitimore imwv wuu n Dig snuaa. ! - -,f- n'-n unijn.-u imjn mr nm - i Ti'rT-.-m-nrif -.-.. ,, ..
gardener, will take a rest for a fw-'hiit as the Oovernment took over the prominent bantams, for he went lonn.. ,, t,i..i.,. ........ ".L '!.!.'
marines have s-veral good plaver.. i da a8 a rfilult of an ,.,.,,.. ,n -.i-hoo! at Ulacklburg examinations B,.ep In the third round l.ero Jastllng pit. her of the National Leacue's
Nig" Clarke, formerly of Cleveland: ii,- rni. m. ,,.i.i. .... . .. were shoved rihcjd c. A. Dernier.
John Miller, of the Cards: "Red ; jn endeavoI.lni, to avold B ., I athletic director at V. P. I., went
Ormsby. of the Cubs: Corwln. of SL I J,"," wV,r"vmu": Yy S&?" " h" "" I5aU,m0re
irTo -do"- S"lue pcTt-r-uns-naVv
. ,ir..nri.i -.ear. are on the t,m -Martin promises to have Milan in PITT RUNS NAVY.
Harpr B, Goodwin Is manager, and """ :i-"Jr. n L W'CK- ANNAPOLIS. Md . May 11 Pitts- Ci P. O. players came fbrom be- --en ii.au clays.
ran be readied at the post quarter-I ! rank Schulte. whose plnch-hlttlng burgh athletes, headed by Frank, hind in their came with the inland Central Hirh Srhol team-, -j.
master's office, Qnantico. Va The . nas leatured the teams work .his Shea, the sensational quarter-mller. Traffic team, and won bv s tot; Sr. scheduled in met wt.m . i
night when Dick I-oadman. of Lock.-! early seaNon. leaves h-re tomorrw to
port. N. Y.. hung a solid right on "llsjjom the navy at Mare Island Navy
Jaw. Krtle was unconscious for rev- j Yard. San Francisco. II has been
ernl mlnuitcs. , placed in Clans l- uf the draft and
. ! decided not to wait.
G. P. O. WINS GAME
ij'eorgetown's athlet.s are compet
ing In Battlmore today in the South
Atlantic championships at Ilomewood
Field. The entry list has been cut
down to a minimum, and the meet is
expected to develop Into a dual af
fair between Georgetown and Johns
Virginia Milllarv Institute is the
only other entrant expected. There is
a scarcity of athletes at present,
many of the stars having joined the
Johns Hopkins University base
ball players tackle Catholic Univer
sity Sit Bronkland today. Hopkins
will probablv pitch Ted Wllliver
while Tom Kendrick will hurl for
Maryland State comes in to town
for an engagement at Kendall Green
with Hallaudet College today.
:eorgetowns baseball team, which
held the Naval- Academy team to a 4-to-1
score In their last meeting, plays
Coach Lush's lads today
The Htlltoppers expect a beating If
Sf Angelo is out of the game, as Du
dack will be missing and Joe Shugrut
is an uncertainty behind the bat
EASTERN TAKES IT.
Eastern High School won ont In
the eleventh by a 9 to 8 score against
Alexandria High School yesterday
LORD IS A MANAGER.
Anacostla A. C. players -want
games with the Rex and Clarendon
ciiios. .cr,.eani jiiko i.aeav. .to.
JERSEY -CITY. N. J, May 11 Police station. Is manager.
Harry I.onl. former star third base
man of the Boston and Chicago I
American League clubs, has accepted I
the berth of playing manager for the i
local New International League club.
"BROWNIE" BURKE ENLISTS.
HITTING 'EM OUT.
Today's game Is at 3 o'clock
SHEEHAN AGAIN STARS.
Babe Ruth played left field ester
day and.. failed to hit safely,
The Indians wllj play the Whit.
Sox In Cleveland tomorrow, rushing
back for Monday's game here.
Jim Bagby is Lee Tohl's mound e-
ood at "as previously turned down for lam I lection for today's game. He re
1 of hi-ulit. ' ported late, but is said to be In shape
HELENA. Mont . May 11 -Although
hardly more than a midget in size.
Monroe Sheehan. Terh tract cap- "Brownie" IJurke. for j ears a mascot
tain of last year. Is dividing his .line for the Cincinnati Beds, has been ac
hetween Iraet and baseball at Pi ini e-. cepted for military service here. He
ton Prep, and is making
CENTRAL WINS IT.
. - . - ! .-.I- .i.i . n " -ic. . oci,.-... ."... -... ,1.,-iiuigi, , irsuii- ir-m. hum .'ii . .-. , s'-rieauira m m-ri western on the Dt
marines want a guarantee to come to .spring will perform In center during, are running the Naval cademy athiClalr fanned fourteen for the win- barton Club court-. Wlvonln av
J-Mhlngtoa to play. 'Zebs ab-ence. letea In a dual meet today. i ners. i land R streets, today.
on Ihe Iliim-
I'.nne Srhafei Central's hj-I.
hurler. defeated the almuni team bv
7 to 1 yesterdav, al'owing fetir hits
and fanning six. .
STRONG TEAMS READY.
Rc C anil Mar -nrlnn ""
Claude Davidson, former Brown
I'n!vrilv star, has ousted "Red"
niu- .-.iiannon "orn onma .vtaeK'sr tnaeld. i
era are readv fin tmnorrns'i strug- . In addlt on to fielding well. Davidson
gle at Clarendon The ;ame Is call-' Is displacing uncanny ablltlv to kit
ed at 3 odocV. major leagua hurling.