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Ciybt Are to Be Congratu
M If Thty Are AMe to Qet
of the Profottlonal Bet-
yea. baseball betting to on the
ak-for the preeent. After
trhSa, whn the reform wv hat
I overhead aad brshen on tha ehsre
oterr nm, iron can again ns
osfe from Interference when
Ht w bat a etraw bat with your
' a tka front raw.
i have baaa haunted
a dreed that tha
i aajerht swing around an4 tab
at baseball. Yos eee. raring
betting have baan pre
toaM far ao lorn a tima
tea la aar borna and aanUa
reformer picture 10 tha
tha totter gentleman raara
Mad ton and appeals to tha
aba gherlB. tha Osveraor. tha
. bad tha W. C. T. u. to oruan
lb gt nowaday without going
af nai oeaieg semesoay
Stag reform a dead laaue, any
' dwrUve aad waU trelaed reformer
awMs get Ma picture lata tha
b WtU a faU and detailed eeosuni
aajbimal aar aar, by alrnply at-
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ba aiaaaaary u have
paste at tha game to "bang
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amsbioan uuaoa. junoa.
REsULTd OP YESTERDAY'S
GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY
YwafaTa baton wharavar
a, whathar tra
at a atoH vaaaal or IB
ad a hall aaaia. it 1 faat naa
a te t ai aatai to maka a bat.
bi awar aaa aua. Taa oaairo
linn with your own
human aatura. And
to aa aaattias gaaa. producin
r tab aat naiy iwni
wall aa ptoyara, and laclialna
i aatwara amiiwiw
tha tm ' authorttlaa ara
rbtt of aU hatura. Thajfra
tba bbttora oaton ianr
aara aad tov
aa any anday aebool
aiitoa aloaa tha olreutto bat-
mu tba. haJl la fa tba air
a aat what tha ftoldar wtil
' bat aa all aarta af praaa
aa) auaah aatea aad dto
Aa fraaa tha taaaa. Aad
aat tka watoh whan thay
r-ra a aaa waa, ba taaaau
te ba aaaaranuaiao n aay
i gat rtd af tbdaa.
Eleventh Hour Change
In Yale Vanity Eight
For Race With Harvard
Gore, Bow Oar, Out, mnd Denegree Will Take Hl$
Plmte in Fridmy't Bt Contett Uncertainty
About Makeup of Blue Crete Reason Why There
It No Yale Money in Sight.
tafca up aaln
oaMratf aat laf artery un-
I tha tea at a dadbton te
baxara ' martly itall and
aaaay wrthoat ftrto any-
atara bat a aloppr axhlbltton
, tka Moha-McOoartr ana taa
tr aad tha Ktoua-Dliun
N( ajulte aaoudh to drtvt many
ay t-uan tha apart rot au tima.
. aba daaaar of bat tin, tha oom
aaa laka palaa to aatoroa tha
teat rinaalda battlna. Tha arw-
a dibtoa by tha rafaraa wtU
, aa dlCaraaoa whatarar. elnea any
w aanta to bat can laara aia
b aa aatttod by tha "nawtpapar
TORK to rtobar la aportlac
oraala than aar othar ally la tha
Our boarinc oluba put an
bow than thoaa la Loa Ancaiaa
Praaalaco. Haaaball. two oil
all aummar. Bvary faw
i bl track aaaat aoma
ally, and many of tha
faaaoaa atblataa aad rao-
lli a and eompwte hara Wa
aoan tha lateraatloaal polo
boat IB tha world. Aua-
aaarU'bna hava bald thalr
it bra Prtday. a
hourr rtda front town too
raea win aa rawaa oa
aaU Saturday tba Inter
na, with arawa from
aaCaraat b la tea. will ba rawad
tba Hadaoa within y roach
motor boat, swimming, la
ara tar polo, golf and all
aporte All la tha lntar-
tha Mg araate. Taa. tbla
af aa athlatlo aaatra, Ul-
K bhara-a ,
aTaama la tha
BBuaBaaamaa aad A
H ad rtbar
tattw Btaabw WarM.1
NEW LONDON. Conn.. Juna H
With taa annual regatta with Har
vard on tka Thamaa but two dayb
off, tha Yale Varalty craw waa
ahlfted thU btaraiag. Dora, bow
oar, returned to New Haven anger-
painful bolle on kla hands.
Danagree, brought over from
tka eaeoad orww, waa aubatltuted.
LlpplBcott to back la good tkapa.
Ma ana at Tate's aaarters at Oalaa
Ferry would baaard a predletlon of tha
aew eoabinatidVa ablUty to defeat lu
an (teat rival. It la thle feeling af un
certainty that has made Harvard favor
ite In all three racea Friday. There baa
been absolutely ao batting, as far.
though there'a eodlea of Crimson money
waiting to be covered.
Not only hava the Harvard orews, and
aapntolly the freehmen eight shown
goad form la practloa aplne, but water
aharpa who hava watched closely tha
work of the Tale orewa declare that
the New Ha van oarsmen haven't bad
eufdclenl time to thoroughly laara th
Ensllah eyatem. Few believe that the
Blue ersws can main tarn tha sever
Kngllah atraka for the full d la taaoa, and
beeauae of this no one around tbaaa
parti has covered any Harvard cash
that'a balm temptingly ottered.
Both campe have dnlahad active train
ing. From now until Friday only
enough eserclse will be taken to keep
the men Umbered up.
Up the river al Oalaa Ferry the Tale
crewe had their lav hard practloa yw
lerday. The vanity and freshman eights lata
In the afternoon took abort spina, prao
Earllar In the day the varalty eight,
delayed twice by acc-t tenia, finally took
to the water aad went over the two
mile oouree. No tint was tak.n. hut
the noadhae appear .vi plaaaad alth the
ehowtng. Notwlthatanling tha many
vlcctaltudee auatelned by the 'varsity
crewe the Tale eoadtea eeem optimistic
of ultimate victory over Harvard.
Tba fraahman four followad tha big
fellowa on the river and did a mile in
l. hitting up i g atroka. After the
rooming workout Coec hee (lould. Klrby
and Haclagon left for New Havea te
eee the annual baseball game with Har-
ante that tra freahmen crawa formed a
poo: or ll, sum aevaral daye ago and seat
s meeaenger down to the Tale quarters
to get It covered.
The choice of betting agaJnat any
Harvard ehell waa given the enemy,
but nary a dollar would the Tale sup
"BUSIER" BROWN WAS
YALE'S HOPE IN SECOND
CLASH WITH HARVARD
Fifteen Thousand People at
HarvardaStadium to See Rival
College Nines on Diamond.
(Continued from rtret Peare.)
to bat and two scored before J oh neon
got a hall over Into ciarre nut, earn
one hitting the nret ball pitched.
Burns waa aafa on Dodge' a fumble.
Shafrr beat out a bunt Fletcher eac-
rlllred and wae aafe when Oroh dioppad
Johnaon'a throw to flret baee. With the
full and none out Doyle line" led
over eecond baee. scoring Burns ana
hater. Merkle drove to centre for
three baaes, ecorlng Fletcher and Doyle.
Tlnber yanked Johnson aad Morde
eal Brown went to tha elab. Tinker
threw out Murray. Meyers grounded
to Tinker and Merkle waa eqaeesed out.
Tinker to Clarke to Dodge. Oroh threw
out flnodgraaa. Four rune. One left
Breeder alngted to right, but was
doubled with Ha tea. Doyle to Fletcher,
to Merkle. Marsans filed to gnodgrase.
gBCOND INNINO Tinker ran back
for Dsmaree'i fly. Burns tripled to left
and ecored on Bhafer'e double to fight.
Platolier filed to Bates. Doyle out. Oroh
to HobnlUaal. One run. One left.
T1: ker was easy, Demaroe te Merkle
l'oblltiel atruck out Dodge lined to i
Fletcher. No runs
THfRD 1NNINU Merkle tiled to
Beacher. Murray singled to centre.
(Continued from First Fags.)
his man at drat, aad oa the nest play
he fumbled Wellmaa's grounder and he
waa aafa on flret. A wild pltcn put
Well man on second. 8 notion araaahad
a dean alngle over second and Weiknan
ecored. Shotton want to second on the
throw to the plate, gtovall drove a
line drive etralght Into Cree'a hands.
One run. One left
McKechnle was tossed put by Aus
tin. Ford struck out Danlele bounced
a alngle off Aostla'e legs He died
stealing, A gnaw to Balentl. No ruaa..
ruunTH INN1NO-Johnet:n got
hold of an outrurva and aent It ovaa,
eac on a for s alngle. Pratt ascrlnrod
to Ford, bnt McKaotiale waa alow tn
covering flret. Barton . having coma In
on the play and It went for a hit.
Ores made a great' sunning catch of
Wllllam'a fly to left Balentte'e Una
drive wa " gathered In by 4)nlela.
Hartaell made a neat rifnnlng catch of
Austin's pop fly bask of third. No
runa. Two left. '
Pratt made a neat catch of Wolter'e
My. Balentl toeeed CYee out.' gWeeney
(lied out to Wtlllame. No runs
FIFTH INNINO Agnaw lined d sin
gle to left. W oilman hit Into a double
play, McKechnle getting his grounder.
VAN VIEOfS DEFEAT t
IN IMNGTON HOB'S
TOURNEY A SURPRISE
Semi-Final Round of Play foe
Lynnewood Hail Cup Will
Be Held To-Day. '
ISc oeAV pamo vtvo
cam Gptt Kttm vtrrn a
ka.v WAtjeR, r
Continue from First Pom.)
J .... .H.Ud Su. .Ukl BB.nalasaBmmei hi
lib a doubirplay. SSgl To Oroh to .u?f &ffi ? J2L
I Hoblitael. , No runs One left
THE BATTINQ ORDER.
punched a milkman
Jaw. ' Ha wtU g to court
with Hlteble, the milh-
aiely osnaantlag to a
if ra anowa waa I
wouldn't base eurted."
It la a vary unuaual
VI mate. aa.
(Ian net I, rf.
Umpire Meaare Kelly end Conwa,
Newe of the Kll triumph on the dia
mond did much to cheer the craw
At Bed Top Jim Wray put the Crim
son crews through a atrenuoua final
practice. Condltlona were Ideal and the
Harvard oaromen made the most of
The Freahmen eight was lust out and
the youngetere brought a happy smile
to veteran coachee facee whan ttiav
a road awputoi covered the two-mile course la Mb.
broke the , breaking all recorda for the dlatance oa
tha Thames The freahlee' wonderful
performance cut half a aeoond OS the
Tha freahmen four ooattnued Sna faat
rowing and peeled on a mile In lit.
The Tale freahmen four did a libs
dtetaase It IB. ;
The 'varalty four was last sat aad
cants bask from the Navy Yard agalaat
taa was ror two nuiaa witaout
The vareMy eight event
fApertil to The Create! World. I
CAMBK1DOK, Mass, Juns lb-Carl
'Buster" Brown, for Tale, and 8am Pal-
ton, for Harvard, ware the pitching
aeleetlona for the eecond eonteet of thv
annual aeries between theee two universities.
The day wae Ideal for baseball, fif
teen thousand people watched the battle
between the two rival unlvereltlea. Har
vard numbered at least two-thlrde of
the great crowd aa rootare.
Many of the alumni rlaaees, here for
the commencement week (activities
marched to lbs field. MM, preceded by
a aaxtet of gcotrh bag plpere In High
land coatume, made a big hit aa they
sfgsaggad arroaa the diamond to their
seats Baoh member wore the Scotch
bonnet and carried etrtped ranee.
The claaa of MM, attired In oranae and
black attire, with big etove pipe hatj of
tha eame color, preceded by the original
uame in for a hearty
I Oroh filed to flnodgraaa Clarke
alngled to centra, flhafer threw out
brown. Baecher walked. Bates fouled
to Meyers No runs. One Isft
FOURTH INNINO. Dernarao fanned.
Burne died to Batea. Rhafer waa hit
by a pitched ball, flhafer waa caught
off flret base. Clark to Hobtolltael to
Tinker, to Oroh. No rune.
Fletcher made a' flying pick up of
Maraana'a grounder. Tinker alngled to
oentra Hobblltael (lied to Burne. Dodge
fanned. n runs One left.
FIFTH INNINO Fletcher fouled to
Dodge. Doyle alngled to right Merkle
fouled to Oroh. Murray out on atrlkes
No rune. i
Oroh filed to Knodgraaa. Clarke
lifted to Burne. Brown waa but on
etrlhee. No rune.
8IXTH INNINO Tinker threw out
Meyere and tfnodgraoe. Demaroe filed
to Maraane. No runs
Baecher got an Infield hit Bates
forced Baecher. Fletcher to Doyle te
Fletcher. Maraane alngled te right
Tinker died to flnodgrasa. Hobblltael
filed to Knodgraas NO RUNS.
Hi; VBNTMl INN fNO Dodge threw
out Burns flhafer etrut out. Fletcher
wanted. Doyle grounded to Hobblltael.
No runs One left.
Dodge alngled to left but area doubled
with Oroh, Fletcher to Doyle to Mer
kle. Clarke out, Demsree to Merkle.
KtOHTH INNINO Merkle oat
Brown to Hoblitael. Murray filed to
Meyere doubled to left. Hnod
out Tinker to Hoblitael. Na
Hartaell lined a pretty single Into
right. Pecklhpsugh tiled to Jonnaton.
Helen tl fumbled Borton'a grounder and
ho waa eafe on first and Hartaell an
second. McKechnle filed out to John
ston. Ford atruck out for the eecond
time. No Hans. Two Left ' .
SIXTH rNNDfO dtovall .was oat on
a grounder, Peoktnpeugn to Borton,
right and etole eecond Hugatne and
Money retired Wheat. .Whltted and
Money retired Deubdrt NO RhJNfl.
Khueer singled to centre. Wlngo
Jaoiited te Wheat Hauaar was out try
ing to Bleat,' Miller to Cutahaw. Ortner
fanned. No runs
FOURTH INNINO flmlth boosted to
Oakes Klrkpatrick alngled to right.
Milter trlppled to right centre.' ecorlng
Klrkpatrick. Began tripled to left and
Miller ecored, while Jtegon came home
Haueer dropped Magee'e relay.
popped to Whltted. Cuteliaw
popped to Koney. Three runa.
Hug'glna lifted to Moran. Sheckard re
peated to Hit ngel. Oakee drew a pase.
Whltted alngled to centre. Koney aln
gled to centre and Oakee waa out down
at -the plate on fltengel'a perfect throw
te Miller. No mas
Joe Coster and Kid Julian Will
Meet in the Star
Philadelphia. Jans is. The oaa.
tea tan ta in the eeml-flnal reund at
match play for tha Lynnewood Hall
Cup oa tha Jlnka of the Huntington
Valley Country Club at Noble te-day
will be B. W. Oarkras af naMlabbfto
Cameron Buxton af Huntingdon Val
ley. Horace T. Cook of Trenton. J. J
and Dr. J. I. Hay or Whltemarwh. Both
tha flret aad eecond rounds were da
I eh ad yesterday, one of the eurprtsea
being tbs defeat la tha drat rouad ad
C. B. van Vleok jr.. formerly a Tate
golf star, who wan She
day when he aatabllsaad i
of 71 for ths oouree. Ha
by Mr. Huston by I up and t to play.
bo ward aattertawalte of
flnlehed In eecond place In tha qualify.
Ing round with a eoore of ft. area mat
defeat in the first round, losing teaXflk
Bharwood. Merlon, f up and I to alas.
Mr. Cork ran. who formerly lad tba
Princeton golf team, defeated KB
neywurn or ixuieviiie. Ky ana time
captain of the University of Permerl.
A LESSON aEOCRAPHY.
FIFTH INNINO.-hecrard acooDad
MoKadinle'then got flhotton'e stongel'a liner off hla ehoetope. Wheat
and threw him oat. Mo rune, died to Sheckard. Ha jeer and Koney
took care of Daulbert. .NO KtTN4.
Magee tripled to right centre. Klrk
patrick i threw out Haueer. Wmgo
atruck out. Ragon tossed out Orlner.
BIXTH INNINO. Magee oraahed
Into the left Held bleaohere
Smith's foul.l Klrkpatrick wssi asfs
on Whltted e fumble. Miller dropped
J? John Pollock.
ewVHRBK Important ten-round bouts
I between featherweights will be
4 put on st ths 8t Nlcholss A. C.
how ts-ntgnt. In the main bout Joe
Cotter of Brooklyn will meet Kid
Julian, the hard-hitting fighter of Syra
cuse. In the opening contest Mstt
Brock of CldVelsnd will taokle Tommy
Houck of Philadelphia, while In the
eeml-flnal Phtaey Kline of Newark will
go against Bridle 6'Keefe of Philadel
Taenv Maleaej. the weal ride rianter. aad Oaa
r'" eei injjwe e.iureetex. wm
aadted le-dar la Meet la eee of the three tea-
rawaa oouia w ee eiaeea 11 u a
A. C. oa Wadaeesej aloe. June 2S
Wombs' auUe elaoad ihoelaa la outoelatlaa nidi
AaSenea la a Un round boat at ike AtlaattS
Oardaa A. C. PUtwi a abb walesed to awH
Toanv Bewell. the Qoaaw Ottr flgbtw. for est
rownea a rmua oa rnaar aarau
Fraakle Itealag. the feat Utile
foelhamUkt. who hee baaa Ukt un ,-r-t
ror ay aa lajuraa baaa. u naey to
through Haueer. and when
Hauaar threw paxt third, Millar and
and Johneton grounded out to Borton, j , rtf;Bt Kirhpatrlck ,top.
unwwmeu. rrmn "'" ping at third. Ragon acratched a
r-raii aroia eecona. , aacivccnnie uirww .
. nru.. . ,, .",nSe
oul vvnuw. n w aum. uni w.
r . . . , . . -i. i Klrkpstrlck ecored. Moran foroed.
Daniel. i dropped a igte Into '"ort j to HugglnS. MoraK
Ii .A1wwrtw-id off .rat Orlner to Hug-
Zr. . ; , :. . tflni; to Kony. Two run.
fRIII rig WOIH IV ' www ' w - wear -
Jaae IS The eebsat for to-
STEWARDS ENJOINED FROM
AWARDING DERBY PURSE.
IXMtTJON, June It C. Bo war laeaay,
tha owner of Craganour. the diequstt
fled winner of the Derby, has bean
granted aa interim injunction uat:i
Friday reatralnlng the atewards of tha
Jockey Clab sad the stakeholders from
parting with taa funds la their hands
aa lbs ground that Craaaaaar was sa
LATONIA. Ky . 1
awfrow en u lollnea :
TiasT KApa a.in.ia: iwe rearU mite ead
eeidiasi: (In aad a hall (urionae. rleeejr Ueed.
H: Dr. baaaial. 108; atlae Ouhea. 104; 'nww.
10B; c.ntj. lab: Mac ken. lflS: UU Truaip.
10S; Keeee, ICS: Natebai. 10B; Leet terMae,
Mb: Father bilr. 109: Geek. 110.
HBOONn BACK -eelUBf: ttuet-ieer olda tU
furloees. BSabw Yoertr, log: Mewb ante. IU4:
Utile Baktr. ISI: W Taieo. 104: Auluwn. fot;
bUk Per. tot: aVIahtetoae. 1US; DvehaB Den.
10.V Kelki. 110: Treaapaat. 110: WertJ i Woe
dw. 1U: The (lader. 113.
TrtlBD BAOK Allvaeeeeei two rearlea: h
heir f.rtoeea.- alee., loa. rureera iae.
Cree'e grounder, touched flret, and
then threw to alenti, who touched out
Wolter for a Double play. For some
remarkable' reaaon Danlele atnok to
third during ill thle roUilp and did
not ecore, Very much to the dleguet
of Manager Ohaace. who was ao aora
that he threw down hte glove and
walked from the coachtnr "ne.
Bweeney wea thrown out by Pratt.
No Runs One Left.
8BVBNTH INNINO Balaatl alngled
to left but triad- to make It a two
bagger and waa out Danlele to Packtn
psugb. McKechnle threw oat Auettb.
I'ackinpsugh made .a neat stop of Ag
new" a hot bounder a.id threw him out
al flret. No runs
Hartaell draw a base oa balls Peck
lapaugh followed wtU a hot emaah to
the left for two bases, that put Hart
aell on third. Borton lifted, a eaerlflce
fly to Johnston snd Hd?tsell beat the
throw to the plate. Packlnpaus going
to third McKaohate shot a bounder at
Auatlri that bounced off his ahlne for a
alngle and Pecklnpaugh eoorad Ford
forced out McKechnle, -Pratt to Balentl.
Danlele drova a long, fly to Joknetow.
KIOHTH INNINO. Convpton batted
for Wellman. He mad aut to uaniwa
Bbotton wae called oat on strikes. BN
got gtovall e graunaer ana toeeea mm
out at flret. No runs. i
atone relieved Wellman aa pHoher tor
Ml. Louis Wolter got a base on. bans
Crae easHflaed to Stone, but gtovall
dropped Jlhe thrpw and Crea was. safe
on flret snd Wolter on eecond. gweeney
. .... - . a W . tkl.JI.hu.
'"WbwT "ceuVrUM-,ii; Hartaell filed to ahoUon Walter eaor
.4 up. eli hatoaoe. - Tbawaa OiU. aa awaada.1 Ing cw the catch, gtovall gwt Peotdn
104: rteneoe Boeme. ICS: Otows Haabw, ICS: . nauah'a ereundsr and toeeed It to gtons
. ' I .... lldB. I . ... . -
iee ivnr. lie I --
3r'e.Hui, his ' aaV, (baa. IW beth Crea and I
Motan aeioaew. iae; war areei. lie; i xeavroaars e aegnigeaaaer arm iwaeae i
- . .. . toatoaa. vhs oavarad drst Tttras
IfjISgtne fouled to Bmlth. Bheokaitd
filed to Stengel. Oakes elngled to
centre. Ragon and Deubert retired
WhKted. Ne Runs, One Left.
Tui. aee aaed kla u, mt
I. Ike tuu bout e( tea roeaee
at Ike New Pole A. A. ahew ee Frkbgr aiabt
la the other tawreuad tout JUua Jarrla ettl
enaanse akrea elta jee aieroaar.
Tba Olrwala A. A. of Philadelphia, wklah m
oaa of we aajgwi aniuui ejaee la .taa aula el
Peaaailteaia, aaa cuera aeaa roc iae
aad U1 BM reoura eaela aaUl tha flret
H.nt-mb.r kuUK Berry Edwertle cam
jaeatoTBl that It eae a loetef lealore to by aad
brka) off ibeee bates the eat eeeuer.
Jam aad Bedla MeBaboa bare leased oet the
Oueiple A. 0. of Harlow te two aauattoae toeing
pumoHW, who eeew to be of tee optnkea that
tker eea wake a oaceea el the elab. The aew
BUm tor owe tuae ae tba awteJuaakw of the
- - i. ta. eter b
la tbe.otaw wa-t.
tod by Tew McArd
mva mam i
wo roead btJUee.
te (new and DaSar
FIRgT RACE For three- ear-olda
and upward; purse WOO; els furlongs.
Oreen. Ul (Kederieh), flret. KUielda, 113
(Steele), aectsid; Oao. Oznard, lit
(Henry), third. Time Lit S-t. Cedar
Brook, Battle' Bereaud. Wantworth.
Ootte of OpMr, Wavering. Clyde T;
Bvetyn Towrlc and Lady London aleo
ran. Two dollar mutuele paid: Oreen,
etralght ITtO, Place Kto, ahow fAWi
Ktoeltto, place 16.60. ehow tto; Oao.
Oxnard, ahow Hft
BUCOND RACB-jrr two-year-old
finiee: furs MOO; five tortowgs Ave, lot
(Burton), flret; Marty Lou. M (French),
' BranaXa. 101 (Mearvt thleH
Twne, I.0J1-. Big Lumas, Hortanef
Crlrietophfee. Ada Kennedy. Angle D ,
Violet May and Caromaa alto ran.
Two-dollar mutuele paid; Ave. etralgtu.
IU70; plaoa. bj.; ahow, .; ( Marty
Lou, pla.-s MXM: show, IU.10; Kranata.
THIRD RACK For threa-yoar-olde
and up; purse 1700; one mlle-Morrle-towa,
IK (Loftua). Bret; Bamuel B.
Meyers 111 fBuxton), eecond; Silver
Bill, ltt (Koderta). third. , Tims 1.41.
Bana.net and Strong aleo ran. Two
dollar mutuele paid Morrletowe,
etralght It, . place ll.Tt. ahow tl.lt;
anas ao I it May era. place lt.lt, ahow
11.4b; SUver BtU.hov 14.10. j
MoOaaa. autebaater of the Atlae
rua"te7w5". tv- Kxr-ur-ZLz
I .af Uaaaeter, ra.. ead Oeorao rhE
ASrwS Si" few auadrted5l3i. jttbM
U the oaly tklnf itet etaaea to the war
lark Dittoi,,,"- rwick arkkileweliht of ladlee.
NO MORE TIME TRIALS
FOR COLLEGE CREWS
ON HUDSON RIVER
Teacher-- WKare ie Cork TT
Jimmy (a budding pkcW) TTaet'a
eeey. In the cenler of trie Spalding
Official NationeJ League Bail
You cannot fool
The Boy when it a a
question of Baee Ball
or any other athletic
SDorL He knowa
what the Spalding Trade Mark
stands for. juat aa his father, the
boy of thirty yean ago. did.
The Spalding buat
nesa is built around
ThtBou. Hia wants
invariably have the
preference. " Will
77k Boy like it?" is trie first
question we ask when anything
new is suggested. . y ,
And now a new
Spalding store has
XsTtjust been opened
at 520 Fifth Avenue
near 43d Street-
which ia of special interest to
THE BOY-oray Boy. ewy Boy.
We want him to see the.fineM
Athletic Goods store b the
2 rid ; examine the model of
bat with which Heinie Zim
merman of tha Cuba carried
off the National Leajruebattins
honors last year ; see the heavy
l:l -L : -I
ones uaa vmei
Meyers and Larry
Doyle awing; big
eauipment : tennis
rackets most used by experts;
duplicates of the shoes that won
the Olympic Championship at
Stockholm; styles of sweaters
and jerseys the big coll eg as
order ; aee a golf club or polo
mallet being made, or thenim
bleness with which a racket is
The hems in Spald
ing a catalogue run
into hundreds 70
styles of Bats-70
more of Mitts and
Gloves 14 diferent Tennia
Rackets -100 kinds of Shoes '
the list is endless. That to)
why we want Every (fyoy to
make a visit to Spalding a new .
Fifth Avenue store and see for
himself what is provided for
POtrOHKBEPfUE. N. Y . June 11.
Coach Courtney announced to-day that
there would be no more time trlala or
hard work by the Cornell crewe before
the regatta oa Saturday. The Cornell
men had only light praottce to-day.
What Courtney .y of hla crewe
appl.ee to all others on the rivet . The
hard work la over, but there la a poatl
blllty of one or two more time trials by
gyraouee, Psansylvanla aad Wlaconein.
Coach Ward eant the Pennryl
vantane up lbs river far Ibrds or four
Bora vidians New York ana
run in while pe rente are ehopping,
aa Spalding' e Fifth Avenue tiara
ia roeivaaieat to al laws to,
Na bar Nvee tee fee away
U eel a Cseele.ee e Jwetasi
aaebaesea ae weaaw,
Sbateg aad gammas
ana asb ear the aew
IKTWCtlt tit AND 44. e STREtTI
te be tec la red the wn