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WOULD, MONDAY, JAN TT AST 19,
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
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KIVIAT ACCUSED OF
RUNNING FAKE RACE
I J. E. Sullivan Demands Inquiry
Into "Dead Heat" in Two
Mile Even! Saturday. .
. . . .
I a-is I 1
ianoford Again Batting 1,000,
: and Gunboat Smith, Whan
Ma iaamt Thla, Will Be Too
Buoy to Box.
ge AM LJLNQKOJU) hiring knocked
eat P. O. Csrran with the first
peach rtmck In their fight la
atordar. the English bmtjt
erop to mora hopeless thaa
f. O. Cnrran to the fallow who
I out the South African cham-
to eighteen seconds tow wooka
had who has boon making Ufa
for Bom by Walla by ehal-
y few mtnotaa. It to
Bjaa that Cnrran never wan knocked
Sana before he mat Longford. Samuel
a toft on Curran'a Jaw and
him out In Just seven aec-
aada, equalling the i performance of
fiat Hawkins with Martin Flaherty
t Carson aarenteen roars ago.
Maw that Sam , is hitting 1000
ansnte, Own boat smith might tad a
tot at entertainment by taking- a Ut
j ala toh over to Parte and fighting him
Bat tho Ounner to probably
Aarway. he has that light with
101 oomlng eJbrur. in San Fran-
after a White, and that wUl be
for one opting.
TOK JONTQ8 ear
keen matched t
ya Ritchie haa
to meet Wolgast
at the Milwaukee A. C. la tha
Shwt waok m April.
' TU take thla report aertouoly when
t-raad the account of tha flint on tho
Jones In one of tha moat
la the world!
eak MaV aad aome
C. bTBBCTS U
A totfrte dir.
f mmp ror en
v Thb Ft. wt tvrg I
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W 00 MP TO ThS
&V To tV UKg
"TH ONTMC d.T.
Frank Farrell Kept Him on Pay
roll Last Summer During Eight
Weeks' Illness and Also Paid
Doctor and Hospital Bills.
Wolgast aad hie other
(BJam loerSSSjsj oeraeCbsrav oaVOtf las'SrY
kay hare earned la the ring.
Tom Jonee -.rith hto
tha aneotton. there sUU to
Jonea doaaa't any
aimed artlotoa. Ha
Tennis for Davis Trophy
May Be Played in New York
Wast Side Club Expects to Land Competition Next Summer lor
Championship Cup Wilding and Other English Stars
Coming to the United States.
1 Toeara Audrewa'a flat offer of a
at WlUto haa almply "agreed'." why
acta time talking about lit'
tt Willie haa only "accepted," for
at WUIto haa only signed : articles,
What Soon that amount to? '
If. Willie han't poeted a large for-
,rta cash, wall wait until he doea
giving aay mora valuable
thla to the an air.
aeewf aaolfter trors or, t
IUN parte for Willie tor' fighting
wStaHl look a little fl.hy. WUiin
. kweere taw that he roald get ttoiort
IMS eosoeat for fighting Woluatt
aH Veto York. He Isn't on.
Waa ! ton Wolgatt anyway.
TORK boxing clubs are get-
a habit of advertising box-
tiboUtuttng Inferior man
t. That happened In
evento at different cluba toat
la each tha tubatttute boxer
ut la the flret round
pay to ate what prom-
he a gtwd match, and they are
buncoed. They waste both
ioy on tae anair. aome-
of oouree, It to not the fault of
St la tneoe oaeea tha least tho
an do to to offer to return the
of ihiilaSiin to aay one who
K end to make good the offer.
be a big
that there ahould
lag track la New Tork
tha matter. Joreey, jealoua
oar population u Incraaa
KWt TORK will have tha grant
eat ten Ma treat or leie. aw
oordlng to tha offletoii of the
United Statee Lawn Tennis Aaeocla
tlon. who privately acknowledge that
tha chaltenre round for tha coveteo
Davie Cup will In all likelihood oocar
on the new courts of the Wont Bide
Tennla Club on Long Island. Por pub
lication none of the knowing ones will
commit tbemeelvee, but It to almost a
foregone conclusion tnat tho Metrop
oils will make euch a determined bid
for the final defense of tha oup that
the weat aide organisation will play
boat to the thousands who will want
to aee the struggle.
A month from now the challenges
from abroad will be in the hands of
the V. 8. N. Id. T. A., aa March 1 to
the limit under the liavle Cup rutoa.
Preliminary drawing will have to be
rioiin in thla country, and there ap-
nears to be a eplendld c nance mat
two or three of the torelan teama will
decide to, play off their ties In this
country rather than abroad. inas
much aa all expeneea are paid, the
foreigners, who have never played In
the United Btatee. wm unqueeuon-
a.hlv avail themselves of the oppor
tunlty of competing In tha American
championship una otner Dig evenie.
WILDING AND OlMIR FOftSION
According to advlcea received by
the officials here. It to certain that
Anthony F. Wilding, conceded to be
the greatest player of the day; Nor
man Brookea. hie Australian partner;
A. W. Duniap and Stanley Doust wIL
be In this country. It to also aald that
Donorty, the erstwhile undisputed
tltleholder of the worm e greateet
honor of tha tennis court a Mai Do
cugle, the rapidly rising Frenchman,
and probably the pick of tha Qerman
.tat-a will cross the ocean la an at
tempt to win laurels otner tana ansae
that go witn tne p.
The situation, from aa A mart can
standpoint, la, therefore,
tar such aa mvastoa aa to planned
will mean preliminary lavte Cup
aad thla should serve aa a
of relieving the undoubted
pressure that will be brought to bear
on the committee. First of all. Boa
ton, that aeat of tennla prominence.
boasting of Its Longwood Cricket
Club courts, to prepared to bid for the
final series; Philadelphia, with Its
William J. Clothier, Itlchard Norrls
Williams. A. B. Dewhurst snd a few
others of Ilka prominence In the ten
nis world, will request ths DavM
fight, claiming their experience In
that line to remarkable. Now comes
word from Chicago that tha entire
Western world Insists on a chance for
tha battle, proudly pointing to
Maurice B. McLoughlln as the real
standard bearer, W. E. Johnston as
the "comer," Sc., and demanding that
the Weat be encouraged. On top of
this demand Pittsburgh haa hinted
that ehe will demand the final series
because Pittsburgh Athletic Club
haa madf such a success of tha clay
court title aarlaa for the past three
FIVS CIT1M WILL WANT THE
DAVIS CUP SERIES.
Thus there will be five cities In the
field for tho Davis Cup competition
of 1114. and perhaps more. With
Lyle F. Mahan. Raymond D. Little,
Theodora R. Pall and a host of the
members of tho West Bide Tennis
flub working Ilka beavers for ths
svent, local tennla folk believe New
York will get tha prise. The new
grounds, boasting of thirty grass
courts and thirty clay courts, will
prove Ideal for the play, as the eod
has been transferred from the fine
courts of the old grounds and is now
In splendid shape. Furthermore, It
will take New Yorkers only twenty
minutes to reach the grounds by way
of the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Final decision on the place of play
will rest with the Davie Cup Commit
tee to be appointed on Fab. by Pres
ident Robert D. Wrenn at tha annual
meeting of tha association.
Bf Bozeman Bulger.
F Rollle Zelder haa signed with the
Federals, as is reported from
ths office of President Oil more in
Chicago, he hasn't done exactly the
square thing by Prank Farrell. Arthur
Irwin went out there a week ago and
offered Zelder a contract which called
for what Is a pretty good salary for
a man who has never reached the al
titude of a star. Zelder turned Irwin
down and then, according to tha newe
from Chicago, went over and signed
a three-year contract with Joe Tinker
for a little more money.
Ordinarily, we are with the ball
players in their efforts to get aa much
salary aa their ability Justifies, and
there to no particular reason why
they should be governed by sentiment
when it comes to dealing with their
old employers, who are not ao gov
erned. But, in the caae of Zelder, It
I.J 1 1 I ' v . .11 I'M I I M I I '
? .aajT a- . COMINOi AMMtfs Tur' '" I 1
Q--T- ooMPejet '" I I
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f y J J FWJERAL LEA450I5-
Will Zeider Repay Act
Of Kindness by Jumping
To the Federal League?
TINKER'S VARIED FORTUNES
Joe Tinker, who la to receive
116,000 and a bonus for jumping
to the Federal League, was earn
ing $16 a month and board In
1S9I. He waa then a member of
the Coffeyville. Kan., Club. In
1W0 he waa sold by the Great
Kalis, Mont., club for $300, the
Helena club taking him at that
frice. Tinker then went to Port
end, Ore., and later was secured
by Frank Helee to play in Chi
cago. Tinker will be thirty-four years
old next July. It Is Just seven
teen years ago that Tinker first
became prominent ns a ball
player. That was when John
Taylor, who managed an amateur
team In Kansas City, sold Tinker
for II .SO.
James, i: KniMvm announced ln;'t
! night Hint lie will nt once Inquire Intd
an alleged fak race Indulged In last
I Saturday Hannes Kolchmalnrn
and Abel Klvlat. These uthletes ran
n deml heat in n two-mllo rue at uw
Thirteenth RoglnMSt .
Th. crowd llmt wus In uttendanie
was DhSMttlaTSM WHO Uin race, an.i
when u !nd heat wiih announce!
theV" were cries of "fake" and
Mr. Hulllvnn, after toayalSS tli-i
fuctn, declares the rice a travesty on
amateur SpOTtS, The referee, sayt
Mr. SaUlVaa should baVS declareil
j tho affulr "no raio," ui iuahfled tho
competitor and reported the mattec
to the A. A. C.
j 11 IN now up to ine I - nn inn
eommlttee." uld Mr. Sullivan. "I an.
; sure they will net. If tho athletes
'faked' and ure not punished It will
mean a hard Mow to uthleties.
signed s contract with the Feds. A
Sanaa of gratitude or fair play ahould i
have turned him in the direction of'
Farrell, even at a slightly smaller
P Los Angeles reports can be cred
ited In most cases they can't--the
Feds at last have taken a
ehot at the Giants. Our old friend
"Olaf ' Wilson, they say. baa signed
When Rollle was traded I up wun Ke" Bod salary
Smith Expects $15,000
Purse to Box Carpentier
This Is Amount Demanded by Buckley to Take His Heavyweight
to Paris, and He Has Been "Tipped" That Promoters
Are Ready to Accept.
FIRST hack Bollhur; purse 3oo;
for three-year-olds and upward six
furlongs, -old .Ionian, H (MeTaK
gnrtl. K to i, J to 1 and T to 5, first;
in- boiighayty, is (alurphyl!. to L
u to 'i ami i. to ti Second! Klnnk, SH
(SmytB)i 2 to i, :, to 1 and r to I,
llilrd. Time, k1l2S. BMaS Qrajap,
Martin Loll, Hugh Qray, Iflfenio,
iluwn, Hew priori Pike's Peak, Tttssosf
Ivor, Berkeley, Haaotic, i;ifaii al
StJCOrfO RACB Mellinx: purse
Woo; for ihree-yaar-olds and up; six
furious' Bpellbouiid, nt ((ifrt, I
to -. rt to and ;i to j. first : Volthofpe,
in (Buxton), ti i. ; to i sad x to :',
second: Incision. Ill (Turnar), ti to I,
2 to I and even, third. Time, 1 .is.
Mnma Johnson, I'Mtnel, Stelrllff, Ttsr-
Conilng "Cbotl, -
wtth Barton to tha Highlanders last
summer for Chase, ho waa unable to
play for more than eight weeks on
account of that now celebrated bun
ion. In fact, Frank Chance waa left
In a hole and didn't know whether
Zelder would be of any value to him
or not. Juet the same, Frank Far
rell paid Zeider full salary during this
time and settled all his doctor and
hospital bills. When Zelder did finally
report It was too lain for him to lie
of any real service to the Highland
ers for the rest of the season. But
he drew salary regularly.
Now, thla is one case in which the
magnate lies got tha worst of It from
every angle. If .elder haa really
not ao serious a matter
might real Inclined to smile
er I ass an automobile
sent that clalma "abso-
ekld" qualities for any rub-
tlre. There's no such thing
ilutoly non-skid" tire. It
m almost criminal to pre-
la. aad to Induce naonte
tae alleged factor of
n't exist, a week ago
I pssesn too shattered
aC aa automobile on Ocean
u my upaioo oown in ins
a tree it nan sxioocd into.
. with a lantern waa orod-
and la tha wreckage,
tea minutes ago," be aald.
this machine coming
m rain. The exhaust was
from tha noise. I saw the
' sideways across the road
sudden, and than there was
crash. When we got here
three men underneath. We
the hospital a couple of
through this." I remarked.
aadar soar feet." aald the
1 bis lantern. And I saw
.k. i ., . .. . -
away a red puddle that
from tho wreck to the
mined tun wneeis. Four
ay night, In tho rain, was
Sport Queries Answered i
This leavee HcUraw without a third
catcher, aa' Hartley was traded to
Cincinnati with Herzog. The New
York team will not be serloualy crip
pled, however, aa Big Uarry McLean
and Chief Meyers sre both under
contract. Larry signed the first one
of the new contracts Issued.
Wilson Is one of the best catchers
in fhe league, though he has never
had a real chance nn account of Chtof
Meyers being such a good hitter.
When Meyers was hurt lust fall snd
u real chance did come McLean was
bought from St. Iouls and stepped
right Into the Indian's shoes. Big
I.arry waa also given a placo over
Wilson on auooun. of bis hilling.
By John Pollock.
ITER being "tipped'' by a friend
who Is In Paris to the affect
thst the boxing promoters of
lorn. Dr. Mnreh
tourno ante ran.
" THIRD HACK Selling; purse fi0;
Jhlp of Pittsburgh In a six-round bout (Bu,It "n':. V". ". ... 'VUV'"!' '
at the Olvn.nl,. A A o UMi.a.inhlu lno: i-rR i.au. ii.. i.-iiinier,, is to ..
Franc wm aunboat Stetehaha, gj, tV&iVellT
No Good Players Have Signed
With Federals, Says Tener
Knabe and Tinker Will Be
Only Men Missed by Majors,
Says National President.
wrack under similar olroum
aiy few blocks away.
to state ' to i
Did Bailor Burke ever tight with a
ooUega boy by ths name of Mc Sherry
a few years ago? I remember that
you remarked In your column about
the brutality of the bout I think It
was a knockout by Burke in I no nrac
or second round.
V BIUNKT HEN AM.
Hotel Hi. Denis, New York.
Vno mrm rinht. The bout WSS dS-
aided at the old National Club In East
Twenty-fourth street, snd MeShsrry
was knocked out in jig time.
S aw I porta r ittor
llow msy 1 loin the 1'oiar Bears
Club of Coney Island T
Apply at tha Parkway Baths, Brigh
1 as porusg Btiieri
Who waa the manager of Tommy
Murphy when ho fought Leach Cross
at the Empire? A. beta Jim Buckley
was the manager: B beta Johnny Oli
ver waa hto manager.
Buokley wee tho manager of Mur
phy at ths time.
T M Siortlss Editor:
la a three-handed game of poker to
a man allowed to draw four cards?
SAM BATTEN STEIN.
Bo. IMS Broadway, mow ti
To uw SpaMlaf Editor:
11) Did tthelbert ever win tha
Lawrence Realisation? (t) Also, did
he ever win the Brighton Cud. two
and one-quarter miles? (I) Was
Richard Crokar over owner of St.
Cloud? FRANK SMOUEU
(1) Van. (t) Yes. No.
To 0w IpwMsf Editor:
M bote that Porky Flynn and Rat
tling Levinaky fought before their
laat bout. F clalma they never met
before this fight. Who to correct?
M to riant
their second meeting
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. M.-Qov.
Tener, president of the National
League who declared laat night that
he welcomed a teet caae to prove
that William Kllllfer, the catcher, la
tha property of the Philadelphia
club and that whatever agreement
the player made with the Chicago
Federal League club was not bind
ing, later commented at length upon
the Federals and the players aald to
have been obtained by that league.
"With the exception of Tinker and
Knabe," he aald." the players ob
tained by the opposition have been
either discards or players of such
mediocre attainments that their ab
sence won't hurt the club they de
serted. I am happy to say that no
good player in his senlth has been
Induced to Jump.
"There is something deeply sig
nificant In thte fact. It shows that
the players with a future or playere
In their prime have too much fore
sight to Jeopardising their careers by
tielng moved by the visionary schemes
of the outlaw promoters.
"The mainstay of the Federate la
Weeghman of Chicago. He to Im
mensely popular, they tell me. and
Isn't In baseball for the money. He
is simply a real fan. and when he
couldn't get a major league franchise
he allied himself with the outlaws.
Weeghman Is the live wire of the
at Jacksonville, will come here for three
Barnes ana me t.uos win go to jacsson
vllle for a slmilsr engagement. The St.
i.ouIh Browns, training at St. Peters
burg, across the bsy from here, will also
pisy a snort series witn me cuds.
CHICAGO, Jan. M. President
Murphy of the Chicago Nationals,
Joined In the baseball fray with the
announcement that Ward Miller, t la
outfielder, who Jumped from t te
Cube to the St. Louts Federals,
would be enjoined from playing with
the latter, at least In Illinois, If the
courts look favorably on a suit the
West Hide club plana to bring.
Murphy said his lawyers had assured
him such a ault would be well
grounded. He said thefj a damage
suit also might do brought.
ke signing of Irwin Lang,
Chicago "semi-pro." pitcher, who
declined to Join the White Box laat
year, was announced by Manager
Tinker of the Chicago Federals to
day. Federal League officials said
.they had not seen niandlng. Falken-
nerg and Kahler of the Cleveland
pitching stair, reported to have come
here to consider offers.
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind . Jan. 21
Work on the construction of the
grand stands at the Federal League
llaseball rarK wan started here to-
lay. Mayor Joseph E. Hell turned
the first spadeful of dirt. According
to J. Edward Krause, President of
thrt local club, the work on the field
and stands will be pushed and every
thing will be ready by the time the
season opens. t
guarantee to meet Georges Carpentier
In a twenty-round contest in Paris,
Jim Buckley, manager of Hralth, ca
bled to Vlenne. the premier fight pro
moter of Paris, that he will bring tho
'Gunner" over there and have him
DSSat Carpentier It he to guaranteed
116,000 for .smith s end. Buckley to ex
pecting an answer every day. He
feels certain that the latter will give
him the price be wants.
Billy Gibson to-day denied the story
sent here from Chicago that Packey
McFarland would not light Mike uid
bons at the Garden A. C. on Feb. 12
unleaa he received 110,000 for his end.
and that Glbbone must post a forfeit
of 11,500 to make the weight. i
pounds at 4 P. M. "There la no truth
In that story," said Gtbeon, "for 1
made Packey an offer and bo has ac
Bcottv Montleth. manager of
Johnny Dundee, declared to-day that
unless Dick Burge, the Knglian ngni
promoter, gave him four transporta
tion tickets besides the guarantee of
11.500 for Dundee to fight Kid Lewis.
the English featherweight, ho would
not make the trip. Mrs. Montiem sno
Mrs. Dundee want to go abroad.
the aame city. Borrell's first light on
tne otner side will be at Liverpool
Te an BDMttst Boasr
but lie Oan't assume all the
burdens of the enterprise himself.
"1 waan't at all surprised when 1
TL.i, . tM.mm i reasi tnai junu r."i "
Their last bout was I fJBJ, present of the Pittsburgh
Federal League club. I never t nought
he could devote bis time to putting
an outlaw league on Ita feet. He has
too many other Interests for that.
Barbour and 1 wont to school to
gather In Pittsburgh, and he la the
first boy I can recall who ever caught
my curvea. Hla resignation will hurt
the Pittsburgh Federals in many
Is there a club which has a track
for running? I live in Ninth street,
between Fifth and Sixth avenues.
Are tha duos weekly or monthly?
Tho now Wast Sldo A. C Fifty
fourth street, between Eighth and
Ninth avenues, has a traek. Apply
te tho ao o rotary,
Te Uw Sports altar:
Haa Gunboat Smith fought Rodel
twice? If so, did one bout go tho
limit and tha other result In a knock
out for Smith? A FAN.
Vow are right. Their flret bout
to limit, ton rounds, snd their
isarn. rw.. .". .wmii
manager of the Chicago National
league Club, declared here lo-dsy that
all his players wouia oe nsre oy Feu
. desnlte joe Tinker s activity in De-
half of the Chicago Federal League
team. Evers expects to gat the eigne-
or Tommy Mailt and Wilbur
to contracts while here. Both
CLEVELAND. Jan. !. Cleveland
American League club officers re
ceived. word to-day that "Little
Nemo" I.elbold. centreflelder for the
Nans, has signed bis 1914 contract
It has been reportod that the Fed
eral League was angling for Lelhold
Joe Borrell, the Philadelphia mid-
104: HI) On
Freddie Welsh, the English light
weight champion, will light again to
night. This time his opponent will be
Earl Fisher, the crack lightweight of
Cincinnati, who defeated Jva Mandot
In a ten-round go In Cincinnati sev
eral weeks ago. Welah and Fisher
will battle in C.nclnnatl. and many
of tho Western critics are of the
opinion that Fisher has a good chance
Johnny Howard of Bayonne, N. J
who had been lighting well since
Danny Morgan took hold of him, will
take on Billy Orupp of St. Louis in
the main go at the Olympic A. C. of
Harlem to-night. In tho other ten
round go, Otto Kohler of Cleveland
will swap puncbea with Bart Keyes.
g to i and 7 to in, third.
Font, llulgnr. Flying
Kid. Bkastg) Prlnco
Hearthstone also rati.
I'lme, 1.17 US
A Snappy Seasoning
It Is necessary to the full
enjoyment of a dinner.
THE Oft I0W, At WOnCESTCMHM
A nuprrl'T r-ll-li for sssps,
Steaks, Chops, Salads, etc.
Soli y Grocer Evrywhtrt
The entries for to-morrow's races
at Charleston are aa follows
-FIRST aAOE-OMrj. MOO;
witea; tam tad 4 half furlonsi
ZTshn 110: K.wv1- lit:
104: ifish Ordar, Mlw Ju.mal (sweat, fl. C.
l.r: umajrm, ivt; aauaoi
imratr. R. 1. rrnrsri). Ii
104: Nonas L.. 115; risskr. 1'
Uaf lam 104
SBTOXU hack Puw M0: Am-rssr-aMs
ml up want, f Ultra and rsaraa. ftra and a half
furloiaw. Mjeira, W: irlratown 102; -EUwi
lM.ru II US: Janata Walla. 110: Klala Unas
Ml Kira. 10S; HjlraBtria. 107 . 'njiss FVnt-
TH1H1) Bafja -arsiw a;iun. n.r raSreaW aoa
nimanl: arlllni; nor rail, '(iasnaot, 100.
Hulaaaau. 101; Mrr. iKxiikarty, 103: Brash
Sand 110; entries V. Oratotar. 10Y Utal-
lilff. 107. Ikr. Burch, 107. Sairamasr. 107.
FbrRTIl RACK - I'uraa tVK. Uirar 'aar.olda
and upward: aaUlns : htsJIrtp: ala ftirloosa,
ilmaraaor. UUS : Marry Lad, ion. Royal Taa. SO;
I'm 10t; Aaron, lot; Chmkl,.. 10, Water
Lady, UN; naaaarova March. 110,
KlrTH Riot furar tSOO. flva rtau-rSSl sad
.iiiard. rsillnf: ona ralla; Brrajlrada, 10S;
Harrloariea. 110: -Van.u rnrosM, 103; Caraal.
lie. atentor. 107, Tort Klat. 107; amtock
SIXTH r.A'B ruraa two; . Ihraa-jrar-oau.
nuss; ana nua tsa iwnu rsrar
107; -tiir Urarati, 100; 'Paacaa
Fortnna. 90: 'RaJ
101: 'CiKtauirr. 1
oa allua-aace dauvad.
WraUiar olatr. Track muddy.
jar, fiord, ?0i
Buy Two Suits and
Save Twice as Much
Save from $12 to $30 on one suit,
or double that on two. Remnants
of $40 to $50 suitings made to
measure St $18. This is a semi
annual markdown opportunity.
New patterns added daily.
Broadway C& New Spring
Ninth Street QoodRssdy
TVTOT a care in the world that's the
beauty of motor boating, wonder
ful sport and recreation. You'll realize
how easy it ia to own a boat your
self, when you visit ts
Madison Sq .Oar n , Jan .SI toFeb.7 Ins.
Hundreds of overs' kind of motor boats,
from tenders to palatial yachts set down
In the historic Garden which has been
converted into an American Venice.
tO A.M. TO 10.90 P.M.
"Black and White' is made
for those who know good
Scotch, and it is because so
many do know it that "Black
and White" leads them all.
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