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jMjjp 10 THE EVENING
WORLD, MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1917.
SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
PUTTING 'EM OVER
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Racing Outlook for Season and
Chances of Various Stables in
Big Stake Features. ;
CVartrJ.! lpiT i Tb-I'rnv. tii1i.-Kiut Ou.
flat Sew Torn Etralm World),
RACING Is In for a big yenr, Judg
ing by the stake nominations
for the coming spason'n turf
features. Already tllsrunslonH are
heard here ami there on tlm outlook.
Tho three-yeur-old situation nnd t
handicap dltislou seem moro Im
portant and tui-called experts itro
figuring out In advunco thu chances
of the various bit stables.
On paper tbo Mncomber horses
Star Hawk und otbor high-class Im
portations seom to stand out, capo
dally In.tlio handicap class, but thin
doesn't necessarily mean tbnt nil the
OljT ovont.s nro nt their mercy. Mu-
comber Is tho young Han Francisco
millionaire who Invented thousands of ruthcr than stand tho big out In con
dollars in horsos last year nnd mot ! " iSli.i continued to fail nn ih- i
with llttlo success until near the close i
of the season, Ho ha.s u powerful
string tor this year, trained by Walter
Racing Is a. funny gamo. as Tom
Welsh says,. and moro often than not
horses which promise to fro on to bin
things nftcr a. particularly good pre
vious season fall to run to expecta
tions the following year.
Lst year, for Instance, tho Whit-
nay horsos looked prospective cham-1
plons among tho three. year-old nnd i
older divisions. Comlnnnt, Thun-
.r.,v.!., ...a i... .
un.. umnuu nimi u
quartct! On dopo they seome4 to
have the three.year-olds stakes sowed
up when the seanon opened, but what
4ld they get? l.ltllo or nothing.
Trainer iftno npver had a worse year.
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X. James Butler had tho cream 1
or tno two-year-oias, tomoiy,.
High Noon and others, which fared
very badly as three.year-olds tho
following year. Thus, if history re-1
peats Itself, tho .MncomW stable,
promising au It undoubtedly Is,
insv nl hivn vprvtlilni Hi nwn m,v
may not nao etrj tiling I w own u)
when May rolls around.
Ltltln Is knntvn n. tlil iimi, t.i.t
uiiuo is knonn nt tills timo just
what's what In u racing way as far
u the tola-car fit,hlsa r rnnnnmKit. I
but there Is a wholo lot of Interest
In what last year's) two-yeor-old slant
will do. Will Campflrn go on to
greater ttilngs? Will Hourless, tho
delmont star, develop Into thn clinm
plon among three.year-olds whleli
ho lookod as a two-year-old last fall?
Will Jimmy Howe's near champions
of last season make up as threo-ycfir-olds
for their Juvenile shortcomings?
It's a big question among turf fol
EVBTtT good two-yoar-old doesn't
go on to bigger accomplish
ments as a. thrce-yoar-old, ati'i
vary onen orainary iwo-year-onis
Have reached tho championship nlcho
as three-year-oldn. Ilosebnn, for In
stance, of llttlo account as n two-year-old,
valibro among npriuters h a tluci -year.old
and thereafter wus onu of
tho rtully grcut liorses of the coun
try, earning a uuinu for himself that
still lives In turf history. Tho great
Boamor nevor did anything startling
as (V two-year-old, but ho was a
champion of champions as u three-yw-old,
1'rlur Hock, for which John
E. Madden paid AugUHt llelmorit
J50.000 last yenr, never wimcd Im
portant brackets as n two-jear-old,
hut us a thrto-y ar old he was h
Wo might en on liulrf lulivly n'xl
elto similar InHUiuees, all of
Indlcato whut inukes raclni; popiil.n
-Its uncertainty. And all of willed
holds forth promise for u wonderful
season for the thoroughbred tiport.
GOOD Jockeys are Just as Im
portant as good horses nowa
days. A good horse Is very
often beaten because of an Incom
petent ride, which leads owners atl
liulners to bid fancy price for the
services of good boys. This calln to
mind Hint Tommy IMvlus has been
engaged to pilot thu horses of James
llutlcr during tho coming mason. Mr
Uutlor has u very good suing and
the acabon'H results should be a credit
to both tho popul.r owner nnd the
gcod Jockey. Tommy Duvlos was
developed by Himon He.ily, fnpt
Cassatt's trainer. He mdo Klylng
They do more
than please the taste-
20 for 10c
of IMPORTED and DOMESTIC tobaccos-Blendtd
aaaav. wi n asi mrY wt m a-a aa a jaaav i t a
i i ik iii ass inn t lastti
Squad Not Likely to Practice
To-Day on Account of
, Field's Poor Condition.
MACON, On,, Maroh B, Walter
I'Jpp, tho fence-breaking first base
man, nnd Angol Aragon, tho utility
Inflelder who npont most of lairt sea.
son acquiring more, emonlno In tho
minors, have, Joined tho Yankee aqund '
Arngon came direct from his home
Iu discussing tho baseball' situation
In Culm tho llttlo forolgnor declurod
tlmt many big leaguo pluyora Invaded
his country this winter and that tho
competition between tho Americans
nnu natives wns both Interesting and
keen. One of tho players was Carl
Hamilton, tho left-hundor of the tit.
Hamilton, uccordlnir to Aruron. hn
I bad bin salary cut from 5,000 to J2.000.
j no icn-iiannor huh rnrusod to sign
wiin Moiuiir jonoN and will
ntld Will rntlr..
folks of Mnwn, snl It Is doubtful if
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W'lM WIUluiM and till men will i .1,1.,
to cut up capers on the ball field to-day.
The downpourlng started early In tho
morning, and at C o'clock was still
comlnK down hard. The ball field Is a sea
it mud atitl wutnr, mid It will uk at
least two days and plenty of sun to dry
itoger reckinpaugn" shortstop en '
'".'"!". 0.f.thB ?".'" "!. bo hero Mr
,st lent llvn mora days, Donovan re
criveii a letter trom tho shortstop. In
wh Icli lie said that llU futhnr I. an...
Jjj undergo an operation In a hospital In
. Second base la whom the big bout will
"ubt. There aro thre candidates
"M1!1" I'0ltlon-Jo Oedepn of Hacra-
ini'nio, idi.; i niz .Mnmol or Catonsvltlu.
Md and William Knnimi) of flan An.
tonlo, To.x. ilalnol ha the adrnntafn
over the others, ns ho has been hero
since hut .Sunday ntgtit und has already
worked thn kinks out of his arms and
The three regular outnatdern t.en Ma-i
gee, IWty High and Frank Ollhooley
"III nave to play at ton soeed th a y,
III lmvn n filav at Inn num fhla vat
In order to hold their Jobs. Tim Hen-
ilrvi liMikfi nnd .rt. Ilk. u rn.l lt.ll nlnv,.
', ,.:lm.r SIur Hl( other 8Xt - 0'ut;
. fielder, showed well In the forty-three
' ho Urti wlth 0,8 Yankees last
jonirers at Macon und Augusta linro been
l"l"ietid to Btnrt drilling thn ball play,
ut ,., tw cnm), mmu,iiHtely
Tliereforn the tilnyers of this club will
, bo out of their beds early to-day for
th.,r lr.t .Pon , mlltRry. propard.
neas. The Washington Club Is training
most of her famous vlo-
COMntniA University Is doing n
big thing for Now York nchool
boys in Its efforts to boom
row. tig. It La planning a regatta on
tho Hudson for high school young
sters which should bo encouraged.
Hoys Iu schools, however, aro handi
capped In luivlng no provisions for
tho sport. They havo no rowing ma
chinos, no sheila. Somebody with
tho necessary money might stap In
nnd provldo the necessary para
phernalia for tho nchoolboys and do
it big thing toward developing young
GHAKT Hi till HIIOWNK Is still
pursued l,y thn Jinx that has
stood In his path since ho slgnod
up Los Darcy for u bout. The climax
came to-day, when ho had to call off
the show sohcduled for the Oarden to
night between Jnok Dillon and Fire
man Jim Flynn.
Dillon, without bidding anybody
goodby, took n trnln for Indianapolis.
Ho left his manager. Hsm Harburgtr,
behind. It Is reported that Jack had
un uUack of temperament. Hn felt i
ver tnu'-h penxed beeuusa of thocrlti- ,
visniH of his show ing ugalnsl A. Me
Coy lust Tuesdnv niylit 1
union mis fuw irk has trcalM
him unfairly. Hut ho 117 Less than
two years ago Jack wus boxing for
less than (100 purses hereabouts. Ao
cording to announenmentn he was tn
have rocalved $16,000 for boxing Les
Dnroy. He might havo demanded
even more money had he lived up to
hla "rep," which was big after he
knocked out Tom Coivlor In one round.
He was so well thought of hero that
they even attempted to match him
against Joss Wlllard when Frnnk Mo.
ran wits holding out for more money.
How the mighty have fallen
Maybe Hrowne's Jinx will be ohasnd
away now that Jimmy Johnston, who
held the position before, has been
rhoseti matchmaker. Johnstoti madn
moro money for the Oarden owners
than any othor promoter wao ever
held tho Job there.
in sh i i wt i ii-ar sav s s i is u
a a nu. a a lams bat vaaAWf. ant w i m m a m
JACK BARRV, FRCP
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Eyes of Baseball World
Focused on Barry and
Mitchell, New Leaders
Eaoh Major League Introduces a
Tr,w A f UIIJ-l., ntlf
nicy miu u vviueiy uiiiui uiu in ruibunuiiiy ana ineir ex
periences Have Been So at Variance That Fandom Is Keenly
Watching Th.oir Efforts With Red Sox and Cubs Respectively.
By Bozcman Bulger.
ABIDE from the possibility of tho
next world'n championship
being fought out on the I'olo
Grounds tho greatest Interest in base
ball right now attaches to the two
now managers Jack JJorry and Fred
Each league Introduces a new lead
er, and they are so widely different In
personality and their experiences bavo
been bo at varlanoe that all baseball
Is keenly watoblnr the outcome.
Jack Harry Is a muah younger man
than Mitchell and with the exception
of one year ho has always boen on a
championship club. Harry has takon
part In five' world'H championships
nnd never but onoe ban he seen defoat.
That was, tn the fall when the lios
ton I!raYs won four straight. And,
strangely enough, It happened that
Mitchell was on the club that scored
Harry Is a pupil of Connie Mack,
and It Is his purpose to handle thn
Hed Sox as nearly a.i possible llko
Connlo did the Athletics. Ho will bn
a playing manager while Mitchell will
alt on tho bench. An a matter of fact
Fred Mltcholl has not played bull
regularly for several years. He was
an advisory coach while with thn
Uravcs. Ucfore that he was a handy
man for the Yanks.
Mitchell has u big advantage over
Harry in experience. It was his di
recting bruin that won the only two
games cupturnd by thn Ynnks when
they played tho llrst scries with the
Ulnuts Hovcr.il ytur.i ago. Hai.oball
funs who saw that series will novel
It had been the plan to have Ed
Mweeney catch nil tho games, but a
slight accident put him out. Hweeney
Galaxy of Stars
The Meadowbrook games In Phila
delphia on next Saturday havo at
tracted many star athletes, repre
senting both olubs and colleges
throughout the country. Events Include
a erpeclnl 60-yard dtum, in which
Loomb), Myers, Kelly, Monra, Hrowcr
and O'Hara are among Uio principal
starters. A speolal low hurdle race
has also been arranged for Loom I v
i Murray, Thorapnon und Bller, Tho
I "Meadowbrook 660" will have Mere
'dlth, Halpln, Caldwell, Hlggins nnd
i Ubey. Invltatlonn havo been extend
ed'to Ray and Myers of tho Ullrfola
A. C, Overton of Yale, Wlndnagle of
Cornell and Devnnney of tho Mill
rose A. A. for the npcolal one-mile
Bpedally attraottvo events have
arranged for tho colleges. In the ono
mlle lntercolleglato relay Penn, Cor
nell, Harvard, Princeton and Penn
Btuto will be represented. In the two-
mile run, Intorcollegtiito, Yale, Har
vard, CorneJI, Ponn, Pittsburgh nnd
Penn Htato havo entered utrong quur
tetn. Iihlgli, Uifiiyelte, C'.ttholla
University und Holy Cross havo also
a relay of thetr own. Penn fii'shiniMi
I will meet Meivi-rsliurgh freshmen In
a two-mllo relay.
I Tim uno-mlln Intei ichnlastio will
bring together teanu, from Kxeter.
Mercersburirli, Ht. HeiU'.llet'H Prep, of
1 Newark. Tome Institute, Central
High School. Southeast High und
Sum hoi n High -all tl'o principal
', high nrhools In Philadelphia. Thn
special high Jump will have such
Htnrs as Htchurds, l.oumls, Il.trwlsc
I nnd WhaJnn competing.
1 Among other ei I il event.s thm
i an' a iimtch Intin-ity reliy l)itween
1 New York. Phlliidnlphl.i anil llostnn,
ibc one-ni'ln ri-luv between ilin I'o.
1 , liepnrtnu nt of New York und
i Philadelphia, tho Mendoft brook-Mill
i i isi' ni.itih relay and .i medlsv ridnv
1 i. nv for tbo Phlladeli
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NEW BIG LEAGUE MANAGERS
New Manager This Season, and
I l n l-.ii.. j t-i..,L r-..
was never blessed with aggressive
ness und thu players always main
talnod that thu accident was tho
most fortunuto thing lit tho world.
Tho moment Mitchell stopped in It be
camo u real struggle. In ono game
he forced it tlo by purposely getting
hit with the ball, and did It so clev
erly that tho umpires allowed ditin
to got away with It. Ho also'dld
most of tho hitting.
Fred Mitchell, whose real name, by
the way. Is Yann. beran an n nltrhr
and was working in that capacity for I
mo iiuu ox wnen iney turned htm
Into a catcher. Later be Joined tho
In private life Mitchell takes nn ac
tive interest In politics and is lookod
upon as qultn a lender. Ills knowl
edge of men In all walks of llfo has
been ii big help to htni already In
building up tbo Cubs. Ho knows
enough not to be brush.
"I've got quite a Job ahead of me,"
he said to me Just before leaving for
Chicago, "and I'm going to take my
time. To construct a club one must
bo very careful. The adding of
strength In ono place will often
wenkon In ajiothftr.'
iWisobaJl people throughout th coun-
trv ivnrn ,.,,ll,. ..,.. .v ..
w... nnniiV.V.,1 Z V...'7m .
wus announced that .Mltctioll at last
had got a chnnce to show what hn
couiu oo ns a manager. Fred la lm.
mensoly liked by everybody
Jack Harry Is a quiet, thoughtful
follow, but has never been much of a
mixer. lie taken bosoball very sori
ously and plans everything dellber-
him Tond ho does nrt tiimn .
J?i.?.io. mh.f.. jUmp fl con-
elusions. Thn nNt WAV tn rf.,n. I,. I
nt. v Vnth ni. f . . ...
. Tbo best way to' describe
is n typical ball player of the
hlin Is ns
Connlo Mack type,
It was Harry's wonderful work In
helnlllL- rnrrlir.m illrnci d. ti.rt . J
.1. i... u . . . . .
during tho time that lm n-ns In il m,
With llllUry that calls-ll him In l.n '
suggested as manager. Carrlgan waoiln thu matches played up to to-day
suggested as manager. Carrlgan wnu,ln ",u matches played up to to-day
enthusiastic about Harry whon Owner i Kllnger and K. L. Mllburn of Mempbli
Fraxeo asked advice of tho former' XaVd'niTC CWclVo' wh'hMa
manager. . SuVmatches; hali yel to win. P y
C News of Sports
Threo games woro played last wci a
I In tho final round of tho Amat'ui
Hockey Leaguo series nnd the Cres
cent Athletic Club Is nt the top of tho
heap with two games; won slnd none
lost The Crescent soored five gonls
against the Irish-Americans and three
against the Boston A. A. tesun, giv
ing them a total of eight, twloe ns
many goals ns were scored by tho
other throe tumnu combined In the
first week's play.
LONDON, March 0Tho flat racing
aeason, which uaually opens about the
end of this month, will begin this year
on April 17. As requested by the Gov
ernment, the Jockey Club will confine
all meetings for the present to New-
markot. Thn schedule already decided
Apnl IT. IS and l Oraran mrttinr, Ua 1,
2. a .rt.l 4 fir. anrfrt- mbil... .a , .1
and 17, arron.1 .rtn. ciruUnfi JiSV S, a, B aud
, , ."--..-'a, ... 4" f-o.i in, mrmu
July iimtlafi pui. H I an.l 6. flmt Ortolw
rimt .litl m,. v ,u .
'""t-i. ywi. i. ii. ii ani in,
rrw-tini: Oci. so, 81, Not. 1 a
and 3, IIoutMoa
11KLLRAIH HlIinHTH, Fin.. Mnreh 6.
It required nn extra hole to doclde thn
winners of u elx.handed best ball match
for J100 a corner at llcllenlr between
six metropolitan golfers. Gilbert Nleh
oils. Great Neck, with It K. Kerr.
Greenwich, won over George Bmlth.
Wykagyl, nnd lleniy Topping, Green
wich, ut the nlni'ternth hnlu. after Alex
Hmltli. Wskniijl. und 1. 8. Unhtwou,
Itochosti'i, had been eliminated at the
home. holn. whore Nteholls holed a 6 on
thl tac-jard hole to tin ut 72, with
George Smith and Topping.
Albert Oamniel used his speed to ad
vantage In defeating V.. 11. Humpstonn
in it nun rounu matcii nf the ciuhh i"
division of thu Vnln Club squash tnnnts
tnurnnmrnt. iiuintotonn nut un his bold
est fluht In llm first game, when ho wna
dowiul. 1611, but hn wraltennd In tho
second game nml sufferel h rout by
arorn of lo3. tlammel will nppnao
Carroll T. rooney. tlm one time Hit All
Amerlcn football centre, for thn right tn
meot IXiiUil.ii M. llomelsler, th other
Villas ei,d, In the fniHl lound nf tlm
DI5LAVD FI.1 Ms.nl!
I KaiMiM. fnimerl metropolitan at.l
MussacuuttlU cpeu tolf champion, won
Herzocj, Only Giant Missing,
Expected at Marlin To-Day
MA KLIN, Tex., March B. Charlie Honor;, second bnaoman, Is the
only member of Olanta missing now. He has been spending the winter
in Florida. Ho is expected In camp to-day or to-morrow. The latest
urrlvals of tho Now York squad arc: George Burns, II. M. Hallce,
Ooorgo Olbson, UII1 Rarlden, Heinle Zimmerman, Dnvy Robertson, Poll
Porntt, Arthur Fletcher and Geor,7e Anderson.
Manager McGraw has planned to give the players Iota of work
to-day, tho recruits facing an especially hard programme. They will
report at the ball park at 9.80 A. M an hour earlier than tho leculars,
so as to rccolvo a lesnon. from McOraw in the art of batting. In tho
afternoon they will get to work at 2 o'olook, a half hour ahead of tbo rest.
Tho veteran) who came yesterday will be permitted to tako things
lightly this weok. Josefson, the outfielder who played with the Dallas
Club of tho Toxas League last year and has been unable to take part
in tho practice, following on operation for appendicitis, has entirely
recovered and will have a brief work-out to-day.
hd Gardner Is m
BOSTON'. March 6. The probability
of a new national mint' ur mlllnre
champion nt IS 3 bilk line Is ,ndl,atei!
In thi atiindlng of tl.e snvrn con
testants In tlm title to'in muvir
." ''l ". ''"K "'-"1 1" uuuein will
1 of "" "lt-tie decldntl dui'ng 11
ipast week nnd tbo others to bo n-jnv.
, to-day. tin eo nl.ivers stood out w,.:i
'meiiu oi lovihiu
Gardner of Sen
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ftuumn nan oi mis cny, noiarr oi uie
hlKhnut uvernxa of shots in tho tourna
ment tn dato nnd of the hluhest average
for n singln match, leads nil other play
ers with Uin-o victories und no defeats
"p holds, with J. Kllnger of New
York, the record of 73 for n high run
r ri. i . , . .
'Lcdyaru' VakTof m D.eU Vi'ounT
ster plavlng In his llrst ehuinplonnhlp
competition, galnrd two victories nnd I'
till unbiNiti'ii, iilul T llerrv Clnrkajli of
orn. anoine, jouiiiiui player 0111-
,iiuiivfl nn- -iiaiiiinoii -niiii inrcu it;ior,t
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(lnntnr u-im nnh nnon mwt lot ItiM.,
Told in Shorts )
STANDING OF SEVENS
IN AMATEUR LEAGUE.
Club. Wna Loot P.O. 0ia
Crescent A. C 2 0 10C0 S
Boston A. A....... 1 1 .800 2
Boston Arena II. C 0 1 .000 0
Irlsh-Amnrlcun A.C. 0 1 .000 2
i the 72-hole open golf
1 land with a total nf 2a!
tournov u.r Da.
2S9, Q. L. Howdon,
I unother lioston homebred, waa second,
---'- . . m . w . ..wtitiiw, vu. n.vuilu,
one stroke hlxhnr. with Walter Hagen,
uin nn naiionai open cnampion, unrd.
Thirty players competed. Jim IUrnei
had u fluo morning round of 68, but took
8 on one holn tn thn afternoon, which
raised his total to 80. He waa tied at
294 with Wilfred Held. Wilmington, for
fourth und tlfth money.
Despite the dlfUoult conditions oc
casioned by a blinding northeast snow
storm, secn nlmroda reported at th
New Itochello ucht Club traps, and to
their credit bo la said that full acorn
rn returned In all but ono of the five
matches contested. A. L. Hums carried
off thn honnis of the day, for In winning
the high scratch prim with a total of 'H
"kins, ' no captured me ten anil fifteen
"bird" Prizes after ehoot-offa with
Stuurt Hcott, and he also Won a Itg for
thu March Cup.
For once the hardy eross-country
runners who have plodded over the
city ptreets In nil kinds of weather were
balked yesterday. The hrnvy snow nnd
slush led to the postponement of every
vloush.mtiiom ' ' " ",c'lng Young Rector of Jersey City, and
. , I Ito baa boon booked by bli mani-r to nv-t nrrj
BYIUCUSn. N. ... March . The' tVtaon o,. ihtwlrM ot hew Inland, for
queatlnn of an International League '... .r. ,,,. ,k ,
baseball franchise for Hrn. ua.. hua been r"4 " Taunton, Maaa.. o, Ua al(ht ot
dlscussnd at a ennfernnen hern bdween Mana It
J olin II. Karrell. Prnaldent of thn New '
York Ktntn lliirebnll Lean in and fectr- ransy tiiitinin, formally nanaier of Tl
tury of thn National Hoard nf Minor ,ioor of MoinpVa, Tonn., but who la bow Jooi
Leagues , Edward O. narrow, President ,0 afw the atfatra of Battltos ruddy, tta lol
Sen4? V Z?,r$Z ..'t S-TTf t "TT'
fb of that league. President Far-11"" ilul, Bedford, Maw, M-altht tor
rell, it bocame known yestrrdaj , , tl rouiuie to a dcUlou,
acreed to release tho llvracusn ie:-1
rltory to thn lntemutlnnnl Leaguo In 1 Mtlten Bllor. the '.oral foathrraeliht, will meet
101S under conditions which worn nnt n.iahey tlrehani of llnyialyn is tha e'ar bom .1
?.'J.dr.,u.511i:-...Hl'...!!,.'0?'...n.'?'.LM.1 th. M..11I Mi.sl.0. Hub toiilit, Tlv. M).
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M.lnr ltil,l,nr tn S rn. ,u Ir, Hint vail'
if proper support eia us.uird in U
(Fistic News ..bVt andGslw)
There nlll bo two rhows nt tho Fair -
niont A. C. this week. On Thursday
night the club will Dut on Its first ics-
cial show of the aaaaon with Willie
Jackson boxing Tommy Tuohey of Pax
crson, and Young Mlko Donovan, who
recently returned with his regiment
from the Mexican border, boxing Tex
Kelly, who last w rl; outpointed Hugh
Kos. nt Bridgeport. For Hnturda
night's show Billy Cllb,on has arranged
two ten-round bouts. .with Morris Lux.
recently arrived from Kansas City, box-
mm eenstner tatting on
Anatier to4 tmit t-tta lTj--al4V Is
olil4 to bs dpcUod to-nttbt. It -tU bo foe
SLV W"! ".'IV
1 "l"' ,h' c!eTcr toi hdlM tn fellow tf
-Mcr. nl Tom fo-r. th srjrelw i.iujPsh
'juiex. Thtj will ljt It wit t tlio Qifrlo.tr
A. c. of lluff.o. N T'i- mm l,'e !
i Usttiint Liinky, who iu Je' Moiin
i Usttiint Lsiinaky, who iu J,
,um SprunfisM h-ujwlfbt. for tli
! c A' O. ef 6t. Louis
Bl". W.lo ' hla d far t.
I MUks a too-round to In Ft. Taul on Utt TulT
nUht. MUsa molifd a tlinllw amount, for h
1!? ?.' . . '"ltAk7' Th '
rewiptJ amounted to 17,200.
Bantaan-l-nt Champion PrVi lltnaan ' ao.
i tto Holder iuio lne.c in dcfranuit ft
i-..i (ur I,. ... t,m IU vat Ifervl ?MiO m
L t 1j:-."i UraiiJt at t . Ilruaclwa. hportirs H i:,
of lirooklTn un Mar'li 13 but 1j injas-r tl I
041 tor tl.OCs), and fjromour Walamanlel r.an
noin'WJnl to siia him that titon In urdnr to cllnon
Tha Olltj Ml rt1os rtkrtaUa txrat, anh4ultl for
ti II roadway ciivrUiar Oub of Bnniljn. U ofi
Mlko hart bis rich hand alooa bla arrliaj liara ou
H-.tuMay and uhla atmiw rrrtifiad I'romolaT
WlMrnumtJo that bo would bo unab!a to fill
vTifvxn.'.. io mutable rolaiUtata wXA U
obtalanl. ao ota ontlro tihow taa bora pnrtvonod
A matrti ana anuiod to-dar In TWJtlniorfl
batncoa two good baatanrwalbta 7bo ftsftitera
aro Uld Wllltami. tho tonow bantatnwtjcht
iAjncaoo, at.d llonnj ltatifman, t&a PMlad.t I
phla ooatnidar. Tbo; will boos up fur fifteen
luunda at 12U pounds rtnawido to a dociatnn at a
ha- to bo staled Ii Baltimore en Thurada 1
Jaok Bilttua wtU cUp off aon nan nxne. rx i
maul, aa on la imjuaa in wa iM7an ,u-i.r, v.
vaei waltn rwtldit of Cojumbua, O., la a twalio.
rouivl nodeclalon oontest at Columbia, lirinol
ta to rfcalia a nuraritao of U.000, with t&e op
tion at araptlm on. -third of tbo trcaa m.lpta,
Tboae two (T it rtnda, Tod Kid lwla, tho rJt-
llMb boi.r, and Jaoi Brttton, tha w'tm-l4tM
chamrkai, bars been practtoall; ma4d to meet
la a twelra-round bout at a boxlnf show to to
held at Akron, O.. on March 96, Promotor Strapp
oipeota to draw man) than $1,000, aa bota men
l ata a heat of adrnLm In that ft! 7.
Mai Oocfan ef Brooklyn, wV aearaed to ban
trouble la aocnrlna a matrti. finally landed a go
lOW111, TIM M)e
lne.1 baal fei l'ie iit.t, and 1-nLh ai,
to wswe . kiifk i-i Ilia W, flu.l ten f" "i
ii SHrrf im. a..ioa i.. vii:..a aad k(.-
LIKELY TO HOLD
MEET HERE IN 1 91 8
Not Enough Money Taken in
at Philadelphia Games tn
j New Yorlt City Is likely to bo
'ftsvardod tho 1918 lutereolleslnto In
1oor championship games, owlnc to
I tlio big "frost" tho meet proved at tho
Commercial Museum, HiliadoJplila,
last Saturday night. Not enough
I money was takon In to p.iy tho rx-
AlthoucH riain scores were not com-
piled, Cornell, with Its huge entry list.
hail little nullum ill sweeping ina
boards. On u rough tabulation Cor-
t uell -cored 29 points: I'cnnsytvanla,
19: Yale. 14i Princeton. 11; M. 1. T.,
a: Harvard, 8; I'enn State, Ci Byracuie,
I 5. and Columbia, 2, Although no offi
cial count such as this Is kept of the
indoor games by the I. C. A. A. A. A.,
this table shows In no uncertain man
ner Just how Miperlor Cornell was to
lb" other conteitnnta.
lli'Ciiujn of the imiltlplklty of heats
In both thn flfty-yaid dnxh and the
fifty-yard hurdle nico nnd 'he scor
1 ing of points even for pliuen won In
I lientii, th epectatots were befuddled
before the tneut was well under way
i and did nut get straightened out until
the relay races cumo along.
Ono of tbo bit; disappointments of
the night was the failure of Cornell
i to enter a team In the slx-lnp raco.
It had been ndvertlred that Wind
I nagle, Cornell's Intcrcolleglnte ono
, mile champion, would run tho anchor
uveiioii oi ii. nut Cornell re
trained from going In the ritce, and
llti' nun uiiriup linivn, uverton not
bi ,ttfc uxtcuJrd to lomp home an easy I
w Inner. i
Jurk Monklny ihowed tint tho fast
quarter mlln which CHm ran In the In-
tcreoiiegiates last spring was not n Hash
In the pan when that runner boat the
I redoubtable Larry .Scuddor to tho tape"
In n spectacular finish to a aen-atlonal
I race in thn threo-lap relay. Crtm
1 forced Pctidder to a fustor pneo thnn
I the metropolitan half-mil rhumr,t.ii
lias been made to go slnco the Indoor
npaiinn negan ana overtook: his man n
var,! from tlio iint. i. m .i-in hi, .
I Aolrtn from the surprisingly good race
Cornell ran in tho three-lap iiday, the
meet jorved to emphasize tho fact tlmt
the almoin., once moro. or rattier once
again, have n wonderful a-Kortment of
distance runners. Ezra Wenz, McDor
molt, uoynton and Dresser, who set a
new record of 22 mtnutns 7 2-S seconds
' tn the four and four-fifth mllea relay,
1 were wenderfnllv wnll balanced and
, without doubt are prospective winners I
of the four-mile relay championship In f
, la .titl tryroind xiR1Uoq to- men i
, W t e- V'vt fpnrtm- Qob Toon Oris,
WM r wm u on of ts rtnt ro-a ra
en ttt onr 1ltnl or V . will swat Tomes
OorVitl, eonior U Tmj Moao ra, Jsok Mo
Aullff., tt- rrtrM irrffVd t!y.wi!it otm-
rona. will rrnr Jlnunv fluff n tf-.a wit aid.
1 tod Jotaar Oarfea nlll box tt fmtur boat.
Wrmjle A r. wi:j rwyp-a toniitt -It
""" 0 llr-' Vwitan .rls.T. Johnnr hurt, i
C"; ,,ZTT: .'..? D . !u, J "..V.j!
.; ,v, ,',.. 7 ,,,
""an hk is n ma m rm io-etf una
' uri rvruici. wnT r. flu lm ivuu op, 1 1.
, wtu ttk5 Wtltrr Mohr of BrtoUrn t tS Or-
i iwmt Itlnx Ttmmlty ojjat. Jos Amm&o will bos
' llirrr PI- of llronlilrn. IumiI of Jbnmj Djffr.
la tho or t-i-roun4 UiUJa.
Jo Ilnrmsn. fi cWitt OMo huct&m, 1,o
dfrtitr,l JUnu.- MimM S9.tuiil lurfti:, M.l I- i
tlU' 11!j..tmaiju if Y:w.Wi in t-'i f.'anno loal.
t' lUtWn v. lit C1.ij rr uUM. K. O.
ua. .! ll.a. turwn, ..u to. In U.
FrrJ ru'.'m sixt Jii Po-'ls nuij t- tn.!c'irl
tils Trk to box ill roundi clthtr at tho NtUonsI
K,-urtlna COub or tia Obni;4a A. A. of I'Mlo
ill.hli. "uKon has tm ifcerf I1.6W to bos
llomls at on ci tat a'..n riubi, and CO tw ornt
. . . . , . . , .... . . . ....w 'nv . , i
' K 1 by JMlttHw -UI bo o...
wnik frn Wnlno-iUy. wUioti win bo a vvul t
t. tlx rli.tinih amilima-j of t'oa NaUons,
bp'll 2 Cm!" f.lllnj ua tla; uj'
n-r leal .,0 1 ii 1 1 tV-.n..J. 1 ,
nra I.!, ' i'l a itt e-,iuil auali lth Jnu
Culto agiun; (oldi.r UitiriM TUa laf.fr kuw k-J
out tho IXib'.ln gtam whoo t Uan boiini:
In tl anml-tUial Jlin Sndlh ructa Will II . rt
Ynnlciiin Ontpolnta Thomna,
PHILADELPHIA, March B Stanley
Yoakum of Denver beat Charley Thornns
In six rounds at the National A. "
Yoakum had Thomas holding on aftur
the Becond rounl from hard punches 10
JLm k. WWsW y M
Think of $25 to $50 suitincs made to your measure
cut to your liking nnd fitted to your satisfaction nt $20.
Why it will pay you to buy now and put the clothes
in the cedar chest till Fall or you can get enough wear
before Spring is here to get your money's worth.
Suits to Order $20
Special satin lined overcoats reduced to $30. Full Dresi
suits eilk lined throughout $45. Tuxedo suits $40. Conoid
erlnc market conditions these prices are remarkably low.
ROADWAY A NINTH STREET AND
80 E. D ST., BET. FIFTH ft MADISON AVEG.
P. S. The easiest way ta overcame Uie t il effects of a tm.
.... II ... ... . ,.
II I Itirf.U tl I IU 1 1 IIJ f,V III Jft tf tl
I . in rn 111 I 'In let if .limn In
',''"" " If"' "
' 1 i ill ' j l
Oomium. mil. m ox it- Jduta 9k
N ca?c of war
all p a I r t o t i w
give up amuse
ment and sport
and play golf.
Connlo Mack i;ets
a spootator onco In
a wHllo. Thero aio
rresh ulr fiends in ovcry city.
Uatcball titike tiiw a Moomsr
tchctt tho boy heard the lUcuHj
cMrplito to 'ria. Then a fan
plavcr doein't Uk? to tat. I
Tom Cowler banfled Ande Andar
tan fop a three-banger In tna first
ri Bnth ef tlio ads have ra-
, ,..,.,! irem the thock.
Fred Fulton it a tnuph bail lut
Jris H'lliard ain't no co-cd either.
OMef Henttr can pit's 'tm H
the hoot If he ha laved hi wam
pum. Tho bird who said It took two to
make n flirht said n gurngeful. One
to proinotu und ono to count tho gate
Carl Morria banned Joe Dends In
the dinner with hla left food hook and
now Joe doetn't betltvs In 8anty
Clnua any more.
i.'cccntrio lehaWor of itUvio
gravh needle at Wui'ilsolon In.
dlcatei that Jeff Tfjtcau 1$ on th:
They say time is the great lialr.
but gorti. they nro still playing bus-
. tfome goXters war earmufft on
fA llnfc but other cotter or
ura(d fo fafce thr.t chanc of ntt
hearing an Inrifallon.
wuil. i k. South Oaemanv
While In me oouin, uarmany
Schnefer aaya he ia aino after th
Now Orleana outdoors lea skating
ni'..rr tnttsiu U tftt tlib down ko U
Powhcm irliai tmf. Tbmci popwr
"per ot fwrl
aid "runt Wfer
When the country goat dry wVII
move to the city. I
r - aa-ata- arn1 a VaVfaaV Mk i-tia i
u. tlial urn mtmi
1.,-n o!t4 but 1llt I
Before Hal Chase not on the Job.
a first baseman should aot if
he had n piano in eaoh shot. New
a first s-acker covers mart) ground
than a lightweight. t
TOU BAID IT.
DE WITT CLINTON "FISH" .
AGAIN HOPE TO WIN TITLE.
The hlsh schoola Indoor swimming
! championships, which will be conduetoiJ
by the Publlo Bchoola Athletio League
on Friday evening, at the College of the
City of New York natatorium, is creat-
a furor or excitement among to
amphibians of the public high
De Witt Clinton High SchooMeam, Trtn
ncra nf last year's city chamntonahlp.
and who now posaesa thn valuable Kam-
merer Tropny. cmotemaiio oi uie onam-
plonsnlp for one year, aro training aauy
In thu publlo pools In anticipation of
again winning this coveted prise. Thin .
iMt. oontoMt )inuld surmiriK any nf tho
foimer meets h.ld during the pnst ,few
"' "t c... -I.-..
" "'a",.' -rV"' A 1 i
liters nnd fancy divers that ever repre
sented n publlo high school
GRAND CENTRAL PALACE
l."lnton Ase. l'e llllli St. Kntrnnee.
Tha intlro third floor dovi.iad eiittrslr
t.' roller wlia'inr S ono nalra of alcatas,
opi!n Arri:iiMNM I kvlmnos,
ADDMISSION IV.-Virl'." 2Sc
inUlYlwt AGADR1CT. eor. Stat Bt.Siava
NT, SlCHOt-A'i ICR lUjlK.
OU Woa 8IKh Street,
TO-jaOirf, B.BO OrCACK. Anna. PIV.
YOaKVIUJC B. a Mb C. 7Sd Vllton IUlr
Bainer Oraham, Babo Bntno-rldlaMalta7.Ail.lWi
ItOMMH OLYMPIC CLtTB TO-'NlGTl 1"
Jdhnty llvrt ia, Hhamus &Bnm, Asia. CO
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