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DAD n UIIDf II UU. 7
$30,000 Offer to Darcy Turns
Out to Be Largely "Hot Air."
OoprrtfM :I7. Yr Tl' Virm riAIWiliu Co,
(Tl .V Ywk Efnlt Wotld.)
THAT IJO.O0O offer to Les Darcy (
lo meet the winner of thai
Welnort Mlske bout Is the I
bunk. The promoter, who Kot a
littte cheap advertising out of the
proposition, admits thit It wan.
largely hot air. lie hoped to ret
tbs Australian for much less after
'tUlWna' to him, amd figured Jt
wouldn't do any harm to 1st the
public believe tho 130,000 thing. It
may not do the public any harm, at
that, as tho promotor vlows It, but
tho publlo Ixn't going to cot any
false Impressions from this paeo If
wo can help It.
When pinned down to an ad mis.
slon that ho had no Intention of giv
ing; Darcy tho ridiculously high sum
of $30,000 to meet cither Wolncrt or
Mlsko, tho promoter, John Itclslcr by
tiamo, began to buck wator. lis said
If he couldn't got Darcy for less than
$10,000 (tho bunk offor) ha might
glvo him that much (moro steam-
Tho troublo with certain promoters
Is that they try to Insult tho intolll-
Kenco of spurtlnc writers with stuff
meant for personal uilvertlslng pur
poses only, Thoy seem to forgot
that ii man engaged In the dissemina
tion of hows for renders of tha sport
columns Knows his trade, or nhoulrt
Itnotv It. Now urii! then thesn liroinot.
it succeed In putting HomrtrtltiR over
nn mm, uut they don't do It often.
Unco found out their subsequent
statements nro thoroughly unulyzcd
beforo getting Into typo.
Tho reason Tox Ulckurd. differs so
much from tho average promotor Is
that ho never insults any onos In-
tclllRencc. Ho Is open and abovo
board, and anything ho says goes.
You can go to sleep on his word. Ho
makes no phony offors and always
strives to ploaso tho publlo rather
loan tool it.
( Poo YeUC o Roll TwA. ( ( A GOOD GRIP ) jQ S IMTEi-U6ENCg To Avxrcc
IT takes eight
guys to nuke
. a crew and only
j one to spoil it.
j Twenty 8T0-
DKNTS and four
bia's call for row
They'll decide whether Oulmet It A'
I pro or an amateur In plenty of tire'
to engrave it on his mausoleum.
And the bird who said that It
only takc tico to make a flaM
never got a look at Jcs$ Wlllard't
stable of manaocri.
In a S0-S0 snortlns proposition til
the publlo got out of It Is the hyphen.
At that. trv'A hrt that the Bmith-
Ionian Inititutlon would be glad t
pet hold of a real amateur, then
have ons of every other kind of
iu w i duu tTeciinj ix inartta.
noe mbaon la tilannlns: to
carina uio Dai ior mo uiaaia. uir
McLean didn't know whether to
bohlnd the bat or on one.
IDU1I DMhlU. iMilswi
tialLli l tauawivJ jr moual.
Golf World Will Be Stirred
By Country Wide Arguments
Over Present Amateur Rule
Woodland Club Officials Already Here In Behalf of Ouimet and
Others and National Association's President Is Due To
Morrow for Coming Meeting.
TOriTOIUCH, the well
known Now Orleans promoter,
writes me about his efforts to
Induce Jack Dillon to fight twenty
By William Abbott.
TF the opinions of hundreds of promi
I nent rolfara throughout the ooun
try are accepted at the annual
rounds with Mlske. Evidently Mlske meeting of the United HUtcs Oo f
4. ...tllnir lntn tho number of flihtiira Association next Krlday, Francis
wlia .r. avoided for their hard f lsrht. Ou met. former MOiacr oi uoui
I ... . . .
Ills'. tlonal titles, Will U renvurcu ki
aays Tortoricn: a-orno as an amateur. Not oniy rrom
"Has tho Indiana man-Killer at last , ,..,... ni,r,i' homo din-
.. . . I tUlUUUIIUBnitVBl WMvv
met his matcni i nave ueen unauio . ., .,inn whoro tho
,n .ni'ihiMP mk nf Dillon riirurd. trlct, but from overy section wnoro uio
jug a twenty-round fight not boxing ancient gumo is played, havo oomo
Jiiatch with Jllske. reauosts thut tho youtnrui conquorur
"miskc una sikucu urucius ntm wo i - .,, iinu ln rnlnxtuieu.
. . . . . . . . I 11 1 VUIUWU " i ' " -
to meet union over mo aisianoo nero - . ht irre.ilest
Vl , n t .. ir.i-il It..-, ,lutnB n, I UIW ...v " "
the year In Now Orloans. He camo fight lu Amcncan gou win " ih
to bat right at onco, and ho didn't ,nth over Uio tirosont amateur rule
Haggle over lerms. ii more wnro
more rightcrs in tho game iiko Mlsko
It would bo butter off and uromotors
und fighters would imiko moro money
liecamu thnre would bo moro sport
ror tho puniic.
"I united UUly Huack to sign Dillon,
mid so far, I understand, Haaok
hasn t been able to sign the
twenty-round battleground now In
tho country and tho Ioulslana Audi
torium coats twelvu thousand and Is
the best arona. We ure willing to
Ktaga nt least throo llght-houvywolght
bouts In January and don't seo why
we should encounter such trouble In
getting tho men. If I can't got Dillon
) mn going to offer the Mlsko engage
ment to olthor Lovlnsky or Ilrown.
Hut I want Dillon because the s-en.
oral Impression all over the country
Is that Dillon doesn't want uny moro
oi .misko-h giimo. u this Isn't true
tho fight for Oulmcl'H reinstatement
at tho meeting next Friday. "It has
been unnounced that nistocliitlon otll
clais hare desired that club dolo
gatuH go to tho mcotiug utilnstructod.
Wo irunt this will bo the case.
Treclilrnt Woodward only the
other dny stated that golf should only
bo played for sport nnd not for finan
cial gain. This hus always been tho
sentiment of tho Woodland Club,
which nlso has endeavored to seo
every ono In tho gamo rccelvo proper
National Commission Turns Down
Demand of Players' Fraternity
One Asking Pay for Injured
Players Is Removed by
New 1917 Contract.
CINCINNATI, O.. Jan. 5, Tho Na
tional Ilnscball , Commission to-day
dismissed the petitions of tho base
ball players' fraternity on tho four
concessions nsked by tho fraternity.
Tho Commission held that thfco of
them did not refer In any way to
major leagues and thercforo hold that
they wcro Internal affairs of tho na
tional association nnd could como bo
fore tho Commission only on appeal.
Tho other concession tho ono nsklng
that "a clnuso In tho players' contract
T'lnpowcnng cuius to suspend, with
out pny, after certain periods of dls
ability, players who nro Injured In
service, bo eliminated and that such
players bo entitled to full pay ns long
us they nro held under contract"
was also dismissed,
Tho supremo court of baseball In
taking this action says:
"Inasmuch ns tho Commission has
never approved n major lcaguo con
tract empowering a major leaguo
club to suspend a player disabled In
Its scrvlco without pay, and as the
form of contract approvod for 1317
requires a club to retain a player In
jured In Its service, for tho full term,
tho request In so far as It relates to
major lcaguo clubs, Is dismissed, be-1 when the legislation against lt was
cause mo conuuion complained of passed at Albany several years ago
uors noi ann cannot oxist." , i, , , ,,i ,. ,,
In Its finding tho Commission rciJuft1 lhl"k of,UI 1,0 ,11
marks! I'll will bo notoJ that tho cntrlM haro boon received for tho
right of'rolcneo cannot bo exercised 19,9 Futurity by tho Westchester
by tho club when a player Is Injured Itaclng Association, and before tho
whllo on duty, nnd ho Is ontltled to books aro finally closod tho figure
salary for tho full term of his con- may reach 1,100.
fact." John U. Maducn telegraphed that
Madden Sending In
200 Nominations for
Futurity to Be Run in 1919
Thn hint who aces something
crooked In every contest Is about as
uch uso in tho worm us a wjy
Nltnnal Rnmmllh'a Idea Of atSOk
of chips for Barney Dreyfust Ik on
f.TU .imimii InrtlH IniVvtf ,1mm
t wimp ' A an ntltiluof DAAtliM. mrlOS
rua IoIdi mil laluur Hurt.
Already 630 Entries Harf Been Made, Which Is Indication of
How Well Sport of Kings Has Recovered From Legislation
Passed Against It Several Years Ago.
f-ACINa sure has como back 1 200 nominations were on the way from
rv stronger than even Its most Hamburgh Place. A. U. Hancock 1
araem aamirors nopuu , "fvum iu aenu in ai least 1W, ana
,v. , ...., I... w.lnltir .nM.. .v.... I
" w ujsh rw uwwa 10 D9
on tho way will bring tho number up
to noar tho total expected by the Bel
mont Park racing socretary.
ThoroughbruUs with Fruucii and En.
Ilili blood In their veins com close to
pvttrshadowing tho homebrtua In num
bers. In fact some of the entry blanks
Wlllard has almost as many man-
aoers as tner r on painuna
tlnol footiIl mtut, Lj Oust U ceaaml.
.n.i Iho rolnsUitoment of uuimoi.
Sullivan nnd Towkbury. Uoth sides In
th controversy aro determined to lm
urosa tholr will on each otnor anu seo
iho mutter through to u finish. Ti est
M.r.t i,n.nv Wuodwurd of tho United
t.....u 'iir AuHoelatlon will nrrlvu
cn the man. P'" . n.nr i,u..
Orleans Is tho only . .0-.m,""w,,f '.r. he m
club, ulrendy has Its ropresontntlvua.
on tho batuo scuno.
Irving rrcnen, nctrvuu i
vnn,iiiiiiri t!lub. who has been very
active In having tho bun llftod from
his club members, to-duy explained
further tho ciuu s siuo iu wio cuunu
"Wo have always felt that tho
Executive Commlttco treatod Francis
nnimnt iitifuirlv." said Mr. French.
"We do not consider now nnd never
did that ouimet is a pruiunaiumu
It Is up to Jucques to Btep up and ri.l'n.lu hnslness. which Is tho bus!
ahow.us. D. J. TOIlTOniCH. t,,,.. i,Ht. Tim bov was In
" I 11 V BO 11D ------- - -.- r . .
u,0 sporting goods ousini'ss wmm
Ii. iu ouniiiu mry r. nnprinning I defeated Vftraon anu iwiy ui ui
I thinb nuinn ! n, n i 1011 lr hn hud cm rod to cant-
W tllng Lcvlnskv. too. Ho has ' tallxo on his golf notoriety ho would
copted terms for four different dates JVfl? one ln
there with tho Dattler, but has always "The following season Oulmet won
found n ninth hour renunn fnr nulr. thn nntliniiLl nmnleur cnainpionsnip,
Ing a postponcmunt. Ills latest ex- whllq still engaged in tho sporting
fuse for declining a mutch with good! business. Crrtnlnly If h rnncls
Levlnsky Is thut h has a budiy cut wanted to uso his golf fame for mtir-
l- Inlnrl,. HUn hl. I. xnnnrt. IllirllOSeS llO WOUld llrtVO
nanus naven't provcnteii Hat from openeu ni" "'""V:i"" "d, " , .. " J
keeping engagemonts with tho "man- ut 1,0 l,ll1n., A1.' tl? whU lHV
ltlllor" on other occasions. U good amateur In tho eyes of tho
pnEDDIB WHLSII Is not only L",
f ready nnd willing to box L"v ? iVxecutlvo Cwnmltteo because
championship m u t c h o s." hn derides to havo his own business
writes his manager, "but he Is anxious In partnershb with John Sullivan,
,o do so. It is simply a question of m ner Zn,l nn ''Z
finance, wny snouiu wcisn uo crltl- ,,,,on B(.ipulously wireful not to do a
emeu ur rttciuiK lur ins seivicrs us single tiling mat migiu reaeniuia pro
mtiMi nw hlu Tirmleci'HMiirM wnr unlil? fnq nnnLnm.
Welsh is ready to-day to sign for M0VM victory over Vardon
twenty-round matches with Dundee, ruy nt llrookllnu Hint ho played
Leonard, White, Kllbane or any other Kolf for tho love of It and would never
llgniwcigni wiiiim inu puouo regards turn prorrssionni, n in mo apiiuun
as a conientier.
A couplo of years havo panned since
Freddy took tha title from Hltchlo In
Indon. In that time Welsh has
fousht ono twenty-round decision
match with White. Why waste nny
time commenting on Welsh's eager
ness to fight twenty-round buttlcHT
Ho won't even box n ten-round no.
decision contest without having his
own referee In tho ring. His "will,
ineness" to flcht Kilbnne. Dundee,
Leonard, Ac, lsshown by thn absurd
.urns ho demand for his services.
This Is Welsh's best protection
against fighting any real champion
ship mntr-n. ou may express per
fect willingness to sen n penny
nklatla Tlllt If Vflll ink tinnftn nr
It pnril may suspect that you aren't onso decided rn Its merits," eontlniiod
"il,i.. .inro'e the Woodland Heeretnry, who camo
down rrom nosion eAim-nniy 10 jean
( Golf NoteT)
Walter Stoddart, for tho last five
years connected with the llcdford Golf
Club, has been engaged to take the
position as professional at tho new
Mount Klsco Golf Club.
Ills engagement will begin on April
1. In thn mean tlmo Stoddart will keep
the wolf from tho door by Joining tho
corps or Instructors at th Wanu
maker Indoor school.
Tha Executive Committee of tho
Professional Golfers' Association of
Amurlru held a meeting ut thn Hotel
Martinique yustorday and It was
ngrecd thnt the eourso of the North
Hhnro Country Club would bn accept
able iih n place for the metropolitan
opun nhumplonshlp tournament.
AI ino re u en i annual i. u, J. meet
ing tho North Shorn Club filed the
only uppllcntlon for tho tournament.
Mr. Fan Suggests Some Changes to
Remedy Growing Baseball Faults
Abolish Foul Strike Penalty or
Make Two Fouls in a Row
Mean One Strike, He Says.
Percy Ilnughton, coach of Har
vard's football team and President of
tho Hoston llravcs, startod something
when ho suggested six changes In tho
baseball rulos to oven the gamo up
us between tho defensive and offen
sive features. Haughtou's Idous aro
Movo first and third base about
C Fistic News j0hn poiiock and Gossip )
of his clubmates that ho hnB novur
censed to bo an amateur.
That Is tho real reason why thn
Woodland Club has been so active
ln tho movement to have Oulmet re
instated. Keniime.ni in nu .Massa
chusetts Association Is overwhelm
lniflv In favor of having thn ban re
moved irom r mucin, i no noouiumi
Club has received letters hundred:!
of them from nil over thn country
approving of the light to havo Oulmet
restored us nn amateur." Mr. H'reneh
produced live big packages of letters
from prominent golfers nnd club otll
clals containing approval of thn
Woodland Club s defonsn of Its mom
It Is onr deslrn to have Oiilmot's
Jim Smith Drfrul" Mrl'luaker.
Jim Hmlth ontnolnted Al IleCloikey
In tnoir ivn-rounu uoui ni uio i-io
neer A. C mat lllKtll. AltnoUKII ile
ICIoskey was thn uwiressor moit of the
time, nmun lanucu uio cioaner
Tut Scotch oj Qsiat Aot
lnuvlor blows, and ho blnckd mont
lot MrCloihey'a well meant attempts for
Tommy Tuohev essllv whirred Willi
I Jones In thn other ten.
Jersey fight fans are now looking,
and with good reason, toward Frankle
13 irns as a posalbl bantam champion.
Hums Is a product of the same part of
Jersey City as Joe Bhugrue, who wan
fcmoiiK the best of the lightweights until
his eyes becume affected. UurnB has
wrn eight bouts In the last two months
ml Is In line for a mutch with cither
Johnny Krtle or Kid Williams, IIo has
braten Pal Moore twice and this Is Im
portant, Inasmuch as Moore has deci
sion! over both ISrtla and Williams.
Hums has n style similar to that of
Terry Mcdovern. He Is all action tn
the ring. He punches fast and hard,
and right now looks better tfean at any
tlina In his career.
CtiArWr liintT. buun of EJllt Willtrr,
hu tats pttlrnttr ttiIUoi for Ilcnny txvutvl'i
hijiiml li.n.l In (.t ill rUM. w thtt tin ilf-
(rrnil uulih ttlwern Vllc ind Ullwmi
llilitvrld lonUmler nil; l oliaolml, "Sumtl
cluln wra MdJloi for Uit Uotnl.Vil!ic lout
lk-u tb (onor IdJoimI hu knucklm," u(
llinrjr, "aixl thM u Uutx in UU twb to
1U tlH CVUtMt."
Dim WilUtli. ho hit A4lr r'pnaltl
for ill Hie ulllcltf if tha llghtloj Onxu Itinlljr,
Ii thtr villi n okjMtlua Uut It gtttliw lilm
itn more, Ttw Unit Maidutun Culuj
Jin, in, llmt Jtrk llrlttira tiul Albert IU.
doiv.1, tutwut t ivixrnt ilrclda Urn uiM' !
trtllit cduuilouihl," mji Hiu, "lUil nil
l..t UU Kiuoiq ltl to Mwtjr Cn hi
Vnoikout, 1iUh na room lot irgwumt.
AnJ Mtrtr itiiuU ntdr to 1inuI II intuit ill
ruuxri, I'W none," Sim dMu't nuntlon tb
lut nicttiK U'tntKi lUilaud tud lUnj, which
M inoUwt ltor iltoscthcr.
lln U pmi d.r on the bitttav who will
elih it the dermoid Atrrnue Itiui, llruokun,
to.mwr)" nll.l Jliomy Murru, who mrtti
Ihitrti lltiuflt, lui ln louzld VllUin uvl all
tht little turn Khl Tl)l, who Ikiic
Tcrrr Martin 4 I'tvtMinfe, U the Uil who gue
Krinkle Ilunu iihI H;1I'wh thrlc toughest arcU'
tnente, Trmr Mirtln Ii IU llfbtllig Won ol
Prnvhlfocu, II, 1., wh hu whined Iho Uvt ot
th-m, lucluJius Al hhubfrt,
Further irtlon In tlx re of O. A. .VhrW.
off trial hoilm reffrfe ft the Nw York Athletic
Club, will t taken by the lloiliif.Commlttiv of
the Mttropotltaji Awo'lttlon of the A. A. I', at
a meeting 1 t held on Jan. IS. Hchwrglrr
at Uio Mew York A, C lut mouth, dttidU the
lact Uut under the boilug rulm of the Amateur
Athletlg Cuius he u regulnid to do eo.
niatami will tnotioptlie the limelight at the
Harlem Hportlng Oluh to-night. In the two lea.
lure eneita Jack Niatkcj, the leniaUonal wwt
tide bintini, wUl boi MlrVer Dunn of HuUm
and I'al Moore, tht deter MimphU boj. will bot
Young Botiberg, who mntlr ncirlj itol'ld Joo
Umh. In timiil eient Willie Alj eJii Joe
Uirmta are elated ta a;iir.
Jiibnor IIward, the lltjnnne middleweight.
bow mtntged lr ixm Iltniatrlck. tin letorin
huJler uf buieri mJ S.ll.jr (Irande. the Iggnw-
aire Cilllomla bonr. will furuUh the excitement
for the laiu at Hit Village A. O. to-night,
Knockout Ilrown of Chtrag), before leafing for
home, tald Uiat Illll; Mule, the SI. 1'iul atar. U
harder hitter than Ut Dirctr. Ilrown but
week iu tudlr beiteu by Mlake In llrooklju,
while he mtt litr:e In a twrntjr-round battle In
Australia, loalog the dttluu. "It ther cm
meet la a trn iound tfl.it." uid Knxkout, "I'll
btt all l'ie g)t that MNke outiwluu Diner,"
Hick King, from whom U Direr won the
nilddlewclgtit title In the AnUpolr, U now ou
hie wit to thli country, baring left there a la
Joe WagTKT feeli m well aitlitled with the
ihowing he nuule tgilrut Julinny Coulon after
a )ear and a half'a abeence from tho ring that
lie haj drtlded to continue boiing, Ile liat
offcrw al malchea with 1' ml lie llaoffllng at
four foot nearer homo plate, not dls
turblng tho position ot ttecond.
Kllmlnatu the spltball delivery.
Lot the batter walk on thrco balls.
Havo only ono foul strike.
Havo a much moro drastlo balk
Kcduco tho width ot the plate by a
John 11. Foster, Socrotary of the
Giants t..id perhaps ono of tbo closast
students of buclall In this country,
unsworod Haughton exclusively In
Wednesday's Kvenlnf World, dls-
nt-reoliiK v, .Ui him entirely on ovcry-
thlni; except tho cutting; out ot one
ot tho foul strikes.
Now comes a -plain, ordinary fan
with suggestions which be explains
In thu following letter:
Ilui-Ull Editor. EreulMr Warld:
Ae a Iw'.ruti of rrofeteonal bmMbmll gmmes for
many yean and a former eond.profeowlonal leajua
official. 1 hare been interoeml in the proiwltloa
to fheniu eirfne ot tile ruW. I ediocated a olunge
lu me tmwont foul etrtke rule ore lour reara ago.
It ii, in tny oiUili, a UcuuhMily bed rule one
wldcU liai afoetal bitting omuudtrably, it re.
iluiw the Uijeft cliaiiuw for eafe hlttlnjt CO 3-3
vr ivnt, In tV total aoivnlcd thorn, Ttw rule,
iccordlug to all rfUiiuDU, wan adopted to kill
off the h&olt old tlnw playen had In fouling
balU ronee.iiiUrcly to "wear down" ttltchore. The
ieoity fur tlx rule In tne old dara nut hare
eklttrd, ae tlie pliWilng anri ruhw pvTUlnlna to
atrlkei and balla wvre differed t then, itattere
with uuly tlirm aUncet to Ut U ball under
lTftent nil, ini two nf tVw rhtnoee taken
away by inalty If tliey foul, cinnot hop to
uiakt enrthlta but light irmice unlaw ln the
fitH.MiiJrT cSa.e, 'Itwre U too little hatting
In b'l lel2Jcv einhw ai limnt. Abolition
tit Uie foul iLrlke teueliy entlrvlt or anudlng
ll tei tlu.1 one athko alull I twllel wlicd a
tuttr fouU twl in auoeeMon w,iuldt It eceou
to mo, te ilia leo ire coium r r tlie bugure to
like, 1 4i not uut with the Hca of Mr. I'erry
ll. Ilaiutlt'l tu mile flr.t lirl tlilrl tee
tuMn-r tlw LiKTu plate and to mluco the 4att
in alio. There Urno doubt In my mind that
r ie u,m o( the houie iaie S-'io-ild U rha"gtd
to tulp the bitten and It I, niveury. aecordiL,
tn inv rnlruUtion. under uv.lern iiltQMntf, I
m&Y fate leenhlne t,i iment nn tlilm hami
I do not litor lliiuhtfriia hlea of talllne a
itnkn on only the firet foul by batten, it t,vma
to ni thlt would eiiitally unlmt with the
rrwnt rile. A diuble fouling with oue atrlke
iii,.i wiiiu! lei um, ffcii (,t go in rue tn ri unit
C Sport Briefs )
Arrangements are rapidly progressing
for tho holding of a scries of novice
figure skating contests for valuable
priies, to bo held In the Immediate fu
ture at tho Ono Hundred and Eighty
first Street Ice Skating I'alace. After
long deliberation it has been decided to
limit these contests to novices for tha
sufficient rtason that never before have
nolco figure skating contests bocn held.
In tho past the figure skating events
havo, attracted the best umong tho
amateurs and many novices good
skaters, but those who havo never be
foro entered In competition refrained
from doing so, believing thut thwy had
no chance ugalnst thoio whom they re
Kurd us moro expert.
The national Class C 18.2 amateur
billiard championship, which will begin
at Maurice Daly's Acudemy Tuesday,
has drawn tbo entries of twelve players.
Among them Is Dr. Howard W. Hawley
of Dunbury, Conn., who won tho cham
pionship a year ugo. A former cham
pion who will compute Is Clyde It. Terry
f Brooklyn, who has three times held
tho title. The following players liAo
cr.lerod: Oeorge W. Upcar, Charles J,
bilelnbugler, Fred A. Uugor, Julian
Dice, Irving ijciiwuru, ur. ll. w. Haw
loy, IjOuIs A. Strvatlus, U. Cardnur,
l vliiK I. Lewlne, C. I'. Mathews, Clyde
11. Terry und Courtlundt I. Dixon 2d.
Princeton has refused a home-and-
home football agreement with Michigan
to begin next full after two months of
negotiations between the athletic otll
clais of the two institutions. Thu Tigers
iffered Mlcnigan a game ai rnnceion
n 1917. but tho refusal ot the Eastern
ers to sign n contract fnr a return game
at Ann Aroor tne rouowing season re
sulted In tho dropping ot negotiations.
Mamti .nd iiharll. iK.idnuu at the Clermont " nl.on. time ciiiM at a. rrwuit of t!e. louung
Scotty Mantelth lait night agreed to allow
Juftonr Dundee boi IrUh l'alay Ulliw before the
National A, 0. of IliliideliJila on Hiturlty
nliht, Jan, -t, Cllne boiet Charlie 'luauiu, in.
ile d ol Jimmy Mun.li), then to uiurruw night.
K. O, Etttn Itu been ilgned up to Un Al
Wagner, a big Quaker fitorlte, at tha Otimpli
A, A, U l'hllldclOila ou Haturday night.
1ltttllng Uilniky will boi lloh Mokt at
Yotingdown nn Jan, IT for a II.Oik) giurintee
with a 30 r nut. prlillege. Ilitulnl.k Tur
torioli. Die NeT llrleana I'tumoter, luu Hilly
Mltke tlgned to boi I rb, ami lie liu olfrred
UtUuky t-.liio to boi him, Inllm to meet the
wiuuer, Dan Morgin aald lit would aectpt tht
uaU'ii it guaranteed e3,(tt),
Domlutck Tortonrli ale, wired to.day atklcg
Jack Hritton'a teniu to boi Mike (lltlum twenty
roundi. Morgin rri'llnl. "('(..Vk), mildrd (lib.
boot maktt atmie kind of weight," llrlttoo U
ut tnluing t'r hu bout villi Albert lltdoud
it the Miuhaltan A, I', neit TliurxUy night.
Tom Ar.drewt, the Mlfwinkee i-romnter. Ii" now
gn rrHitiie ein
'l .u would mean two ttriket loit for four fuula.
The third ttrike would tie left tor tho lattef lo
whaek at the ball until he In out aienntliur to
tTiwut rulea. try truly, r., V. 1IALUWIN.
In liiwn. in.1 lion,w tn i lirii FivdtMe U'elth tn die
rciitfeu to girt a uccriwoa in a piling ooui ntu u put itaciue jinnuuirame nue uiu uwuia,
IRISH HOCKEY TEAM WINS
FROM "CANUCKS" 6 TO 4
The Irlsh-Amerlcsn Hockey Team de.
featol the Loyola College Seven of Mon
(real by a scoro of 6 to 4 In one of the
fastest games ever played ut the St,
.S'lrhnlas Itlnk last night. The "Winged
Mat" team proved themselves superior
In the concerted play, although the col
legians forced the local tenni to the
limit to win the match. Tho gsmo was
so roughly fought, chiefly on the part of
the Irish team, thnt at onr time tour
men wero off tho Ice through penalties.
The. most sprt'iacular player of the
evening for the liih team was Mickey
Hunch, who was borrowed from the
I'resccnt A. C. for tho evening to take
the plnro of Mike Seipiln, who Is luld
up uilli an injurcu nine.
look as though they might bo for
Derby or a l'rlx du Jockey Club.
vuust ueimont has ins.de thirtv
seven nominations. Two are e.nnrinilv
interesting, u prospective colt or filly
by Urooinstlck-Mlsslon. and another
by I'rlnoj. lMlatlno-llour Ulaas II.. the
dam of Hourlesa. Tho others are by
ulcaln. Watervale, Trap Hock, Fair
Play, Kumu, l'llnt Hock and nine by
Tracery, J. O. Keene, who saw the
sun oi hock aanti Topiary while he
nn ui coo .uwinarKci sajes, frays ne Is
th" iinest looking horsu In England.
jonn tanrord lias gone In for foreign
w.vun null u , c IlfiCIC HCtl, lie I10S IllUUe
iiniu iiuiiuimciuiis; inreo oy t,iang1boy,
two oy uayoruo, and one each by
l'rlnco ralatlue. The Currugb, Tracery
'l'hrro are forty-two entries on H. P.
Vhltno' list. Nine by Teter lan.
ntu.ii .k,i uum, luuriccn oy uroom.
etlck and eight by Whisk llroom II
Jimmy ltowo hoties to get another Ho
grct ur Thunderer out of tho lot, as the
lruuuc3 uc jiroumsiicK jersey Lignt'
ill n tf lius been named.
(leorgn D. Wldener bus made sixteen
nomlnutlons, must ot them by Kngllsli
sires. Two ure by Orby, Hicliard
Croker.'s Derby winner. Others are by
Wllllum tho Third, sire of Nassovlan,
cufieiMi, iwr.i ih-niiu, iiiuLK ueaier,
I'rlnce ralatlue, Troutbock, St. Amant
unit jonn o uuuiu, unu six oy uurry
There ure twenty-two prospective can
didates on Joseph E. Wldener's list, by
Kuiichour. ltabeluls, Bachelor's liutton,
Nimbus. i:if, Irish Lad, Trestlge and
Dim of H. T. Wilson's twenty. ssven
nominations Is the get ot Olambala
Nightfall, the slro and dam of Camp
lire, winner of the U1S classic, and her
alded us ono of the great horses of the
year. Mr. Wilson has named fourteen
oiners uy iniiiiFt, m u u iiessina,
oue by t.uko McLuke, and others by
JncK Atain, .rus, iyiicau, .uarajax, L,0
nuwajid anu roiymnus.
Jnr rfoiild llcntii rordler.
Jay Gould defeated August J,' Cor
dler, thu Yale Club Captain. In the Me
tropolitan Association Class A squash
tennis tournument on the Columbia
CVurt, yesterday. Qould won by a
senr of 15 3, 15 12. after only four
teen hands or actual playing. The Co
liimMa team won five ot tho seven
matches, and Its fourth of tne rive
$10 to $25 Savings
To reduce the amount of high class Suitings nnd Over
coatings on hand we have made sweeping reductions In
Many Btaple and fancy patterns and plain weaves in
the finest imported and domestic fabrics are now being
shown at prices that are startlingly low. For instance, wa
$25 to $35 Fabrics at $20 to $22.50
$40' to $50 Fabrics at $25
Among these marked down fabrics you will surely
find something that pleases you.
Suits and Overcoats to Order Only
BROADWAY & NINTH STREET AND
SO E. 42D ST., BET. FIKTH & MADISON AVES.
Tha belt time to tell how vomr
pltrhert are oolna to ao In JM
is In July.
IWml fMU Ii 'till tulrt mlinlifd AaMeatl
p l.xiouu uid urnnif.t Ulll is fiat t
bt swful sort tn thr; Iwtr tbvut It.
Naw Orlsani team hat decided net
to ao south to train this spring.
The Olanfj uHil oo to Cuba vto
water, which It the proper Ital4
for anu athlete to travel on.
TOU BATD IT.
NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES,
P1ILST IHOE T-io.),Nir-oi'.i! eht Dattoa
Pliib ime tbM furlocst. Vinor Munot. 115:
Vrjr iu. 1W. IU.I lltirr. Us: Mildred Enrt-
ta. uai imp, uoru it, nri-m, iur; iruaitT.
loo- nimttnnt roll dr ll.N.i nm.ir
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furliw.. -Tail. 112: 'Ca. lp. ll4: SUdilUna?
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Jli"de. ,10S; ruinrt-r.
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Kill ItTll liAUR.-riuve.inr-elili nil not tha
Cltr l'trk lltndiit;: mi milt docliarra, tsej
T)l'tio.n. li. Jaroba. 100: Hrrlao. 103; Drjn.
llinah, 103: tlnini;.y, 102, lltaWrk, lli ltano-
ru, ton; ror rtir, liii icojnara, iva: iwo
Ktr-rll UAHl". Tlin-.rcaj-l.U and no; Pm
Club llurlnitla'it Ilindliap. all furlonit J. J.
3iuioca, iHte, iianotii 1.1, juiia v., list inao
f'neo, )U: iilttrr IW; Dr. Lanics. lt
112: Can ltnn. 105.
HIXTlt HALT..-i'our-Tfirl.ln and not aril.
IT! I ; ihw truir uut a .nirftiin loanca.
lmn 1111 ntfl 1ll -IIT.
('ountMwt. lt"i tr Mack, lit; Chltitor,
Lmuiiil. 101: Frnro.k! 1(jOj
hr.VKXTII HACK- T.u itArolda
miMi a.UIns: on mil anil aYnt7 ranis.
Has rur. 112t I Irian Iloru. 11;; Mnxsjaiiiisi.
lot: iwo. ins -inifMi 11., iun; -imtjj uvn.
- iri.rTi aiiownnw cunmg iract reuear.
V yjfiigZJf proprietary
Wf label is
Xfw on the bottle. 0
. TO-lrlllT 1' Moon
Ml,. .Mlrkr luan Ta. Jar
t'. la l.rniuil,
, Johnny Hols-
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Diitfh Uraiult a, Jimmy Siiirrar, I.S0U u." sfcj
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01 li. 6UU
llihtw tlulit chnnmion.