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WINS IN LAST RELAY
Oltman Carries Colors o? Nava!
Militia to Victory in Race.
A STRUGGLE ALL THE WAY?
Few Dull Moments in Annual i
Spring Games of the
Seventh Regiment.
At'.
the tx >n, ' be t- ;
- ival Militia, woi ?
n II? iti\ Itation relay si th? annual
Regiment in the
I
tape si .-'I
van? > "f .m .?i th?
ahlch wa
t ol the quartet ... ti Regii lent,
Brooklyn H im? were on line
when the *-*'?n weni off, ere wa?
;.- vet a dull
? ?ft m :
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with
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. of the 23d B
ment ?vorn by
from, with th?- naval battalion second and
the nth? ra strung ??
ment had fall?
i. :>: i: gin
eateu t
?; .; i ?..ii .1 Bakei ;" h
the 3 I then
im r. si runn
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up th- lie wi thli ' -
r - back wh<
I : man. hit the trail onl) ? fe?
: ers. While 1
was making hli lous?
: th? naval batti Hoi
II
run?
ning.
With Pal ii ind D?
who ran the la
Ml
?lire- |ht in I lelr eat orm bul
altho
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irder,
Flj un m
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N.
... .* ard
tcrectlng and th?
lime- ' for, ? h;.? ?? ?
blanket and ol
? .. i .?'?? and all. the boya did ? :
?
Ice fn
o| the
!"? t L i*ain p'-iv*! H?? test, it ?
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waa J. L
i mo nd. of o won the
rtlng from the
7-foo? mirk, wa? timed In'S I
Th? half-mile run for th?* ofBoer i
\? . ??? of the ia> t of the night
i: \i Pap* ont? 'if'' ? '
.' in ': r. S-B Pag? took th? k i
ting away from i
a-, d hi? I? ad wll ? ? ? |
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The summaries f":
Ninety-?
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fj. Ore? if to \
pen; \ i70 ? ari*?, thir.l.
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tun any F fW ?'?
J !'. ' rimf .-i and I? >'-g n.'.i '"? Mir ,*'
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K N woodward) ni yar?iK). second; Compajij
r (T T. R..: - r Qulnn ?nd i N. King.
r . '? rateh), third. Time. 0:98*4.
???re a.11?- r?!?"- ra. ? ?Invitation Nation.)
?;uiir.;. - (Tos bi 3d Battalion. Naval Miittt.
.?ha??.. Maarer, n?'i?.-r ar.-i Ottman) '47 -an?!
7i?* IteatnMai (f*h?a, MeHinrh, Baker and
Pat?n) 115 -? : .'? glmi ni i Bat -
\Vh?)dn?*r. O'Neill and l" Oru hy) ?n? -ard??,
'?
Half-mile run g i ? i ? < up)
' !. ?? B ' F ' 'tut.
for.!. ' ni[ i ' -e . | ad. Con
ird 1 in.? .
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M 18 - ' K ' Habida]. r?*wi
pan? |. (8 ? ?i- ii.. ?.. eond i w i ra
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Thrr? -lav ?
? ?!? ri Won by ' 'omptuij 1 ? ? ?
t-l. .'.lid Btta) I; ?'?::; /..l
\tif>- . mp?r - H (Dt -her, *>!? -
lias
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[handicap)?Won b? company F ?serai
i!"-i?n?. Beai i: i
v?rd?> ! ;? ,. I ' - n an I .-i- tx -?
Com? . "? ? arda) (M "<-? ?' lar. v
Wry? .. ? ? i
.ne ord? r?
n. '.!.-? -i
yard?) IV. l ? ? ?
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? .*u? at.- !: ?r. yardai ?Gorsch, I
?~-?j--.>n and Holt! -. ?: m ."
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paar D <?W raids) (Ebbet Sel
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GALLAGHER CHARGES FAIL
Lack of Evidence Reason for
Dropping Case Against Him.
PfMtodalphla, Apr;) : -John .! ??'alh.
?hT, the erad ner of ?""eorgel
r'niv-rsitv and member ef the
Olimpio team, ?ran cleared of all el
r?rouKi?t before the registration commu?
t?e of the Middle At -'? latlon of
? he Aawtavr Athletic Union that he had
**M*nwnded exorbitant experts? money ?'
lake -agri In a race bare, to-dai Oall*t>
trh?*r att??t*B*N*d II ? sthletic meet being
held la the lal Regiment Armory and
his east .
The t-t-irnmitt?-1 i in? opinion that
the evidence presented waa not strong
enough to declare Gsltsgher a profei
sional, and a: n could tak? no mlddl?
???round the eommitte? decid?*d to ?son?
??rate ihe runnei
?n*-n**nj o! the eommitte? were of ihe
opinion that Oallagher traa simply .
amateur athletics for commercial pur?
POSeS, and th? had ?'-??i\ d S lar?:'*
iteri to that
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HOTEL NATIONAL, Lucerne
SWITZERLAND
Ihc l.?sdiaa Hui?? ?"> Soc.-?? ?mir?. Laiury
** Coaforl. Sss-ra Vi<? of l.t.? V Mount? ? -
LIGHTWEIGHT
BOXERS WHO WILL CLASH ON TUESPAY,
BOUT FOB TITLE IN VIEW.
WITH
JOl ;'S.
PRINCETON PILES UP RUT?
Swamps New York Univcrsi
in Listless Contest.
Prln etort, N J , April "?-- I I
? ?? ? if.- in
the acore of 13 to 1
, f.. ind . and pi
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plainl
i'riii' eton I
ept in the < hen Trl
rtl
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Th? eighth waa ! | ng for
ip flv? run? in abo
"."!? r, ... the I .>*U'S ai
then silos ed f hits by Tela
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|C0RNELL NINE IN DEFEA"
, Georgetown Bats Out Victor
?Fienli in Fine Form.
?; ? Ti ;?.-???; ii t? 'it .* Trlt ii ?
Washington, April :? Th? Cleorgetoiri
I baseball team showed marked improve
..ru. II h?-r< t"
day, wlnnlni rather easily bj .. acor? o
* n. ?
' I . i'|. lili pitch. .1 i. -I? al !??. tu
thi visitors down without a rut
Ihi ? Ighth, when '" a i akened t?
? \t. ni I p t.i fhis time he h.T
: allpwed but three int.- two "f which wen
? i :?; th? first Inning.
fitiorg' ? 'nil work waa far bu
perror t-> an?.- shown In any p***rvloua '-n
. ount? '? ? m, wh i i tart? d in the boi
f.,: Cornell, waa anything but a puss)- to?
da) snd wsi found lor ten clean drl\>???
?Several other? that were tagged as ?"ir<
runa were ?polled ejrceptlonal neldlna
,. Adali rtfhi ? : '": i '"' "rH
The "?cor? bj Inninga foilowi
I'll K
Ueorgetoa-n. 10 12 0 0 -' - x
Cornell ".0 0 2 1 I i I
C". i and Mullaney; Ache?
nd Scher? ? I fmpln Hugh? a
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STEVENS OVERWHELMED
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?Lehigh Has Little Difficulty in
Piling Up Runs.
relem h to ft : rtl ui ? I
South Bethlt tent, Penn . Api II ? In l
gam? devoid of en* ?ef-iaatJot el 9t*t*
Leblgh t..-day won ftom Bt-fvem institute
by a score of I t" I. Th? visttora &?*
n.eir lone tally In the first Inning on er
Belloff pitched ? Une game for
? ns, < v tpi In th? eighth, but re*
c?lv?*d pool * '?;?! orl
LKHIOH STEVEN*
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\v i Igbl '. - '? -.- ?? te t 81
um, V II911 i o Buesser II 101 I on
Ml re? m. If II? i : a r lloff, i : o o o - !
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Lawson Is Winner of
Union Hill Road Race
Beats Roche bv Two Seconds in
Twelve-Mile Run.
HARRY SMITH TAKES THIRD
Contest Loosely Governed and
Preliminary Arrangements
Go Sadly Astray.
Thompson Lawson, ol thi li il
? m Athletti i loi, of this rit: ??? ?? ' ?
twelve-mil? road i un hi Id ui I
?pi . .- "! Tue Hudaoi ? ' pal
'purer' In Union Hill .- ? ?
noon. A ?.??' aisod ? row., witnessed lb?
start and finish Of ?h<- rae?
llttMj or no Inti re?! taken Thai p? i
Was dUC tO th< 'v ' l"l ill? n.i i
agement on Um pari ??f the promot?i
In the flr't plat*?, there man to ba ? great
automobil? parad? in which Ihre? bun?
dred or mon ear? ?ton to ?tari si I
o'cloek. After wsMng unttl almost i
o'eloeh half th? esta wer?- driven bom?
and thi- othen waited unUI thi ?
finally ??nl otT? Tb?m ibey followed th
runner? ovey ih?. bumpy, cobble paved
i oads. Nobody -? i mo? to ?no?
about tb? rao?, bul aside from that all
went merry .?s a uiddlng boll
Qovsi not i'i- i'i? r of the State "t
?. ?? was to have start? i th?
?m tt.- way, but at th? last mil ut?
the promoters a nie? little noti stsl
that rush ol bualnesa would ? ? ?
acting ai ?tartet Secretary Hen inn ?t
the Oovernor"? Matt, fired tb? gun, whil?
perhaps two hundred ?swjctatoi gasped
oui ;ei-i?:?? cheers II era? so ssdUng!
Tn? Union nui polla fore? wa? much In
??vi'l? ii' ? at tb? BtSrUng point Tin.
finer ?perimsna of manhood never ?ron ?
nhield. They kepi th? BtrtMta dear ar-i
ti.. ?ilittle moving The drli ers of
truche ?ranted to f? Mow thi
were not SllO? I d
Th" ?-our.-- wsi eleven and eight tenthi
miles, and wound It? ?erpenUn? path
through Jersey City, rloboken, Weol Ho
.bohen and i-.,,. k to Union Hill, Uh Bnlsl
being In from of the Imposing ?tmeture
known a? th? Town Hall. Th? Matt wa?
mad? from Lewis ?treat, and Um runner?
coursed ?i"wn the boulevard to Olenwood
avenue, In Jersey City, und, passing bj
th?- nty Hall ?f Jersey City, cam?
through Hoboh?n back i" tb? big vtaduct
m Weht Hohoben and dosrn Paliaadi av<
nui i" the finish Hue
There arer? Id entries, and el this
number ninety etartsd Mee, of thi
Knights <d Ht Antony, on? of tb? limit
men, went out at th?- Crsch Of UM gut*
nnd l"i- ?Ight niili-s or mor? h. I?d th?
paeb along at a merry 'lip. !!? ful I
i? for?- tin raei thai ba fell lit. and bh*
running certainly ehowed for itself, .\t
about nin?' mii'-s Olhnore, of th<- st
AugusUn? Cetbollc < lub. came up and
mad? hla bid, efo?ely poraued by ||i
Cloehey, of the ronhera v. m c. a
While th- lesdera were makltif- th'-ir
fight Harry Smith enmc tearing along,
passing mn:i after man
With Smith '-uni' Law.:on. The latf?r
hsd a Iliberal handicap, and he had ?-ave*
hl.- strength well for tlie dosing ?trug.
gh ii. mad' hi.-- ?print.' ?nal it:
i. .-? mil?- ran gamely and well Ra !..
was right at bis beet?, with Smith com?
ing Up In leap.? and Pounds Th, flninh
wan < k?ne, and Smith ???." tinal?!?- to ge(
up in tha? ii? urea Ihe fust thn? prise,
however.
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; TOPPING WINS GOLF TITLE
Captures North and South Hon
| ors by Beating H K. Kerr.
1 Plnehurst, N C, April I Harald J '
"rapping of Qrtwnwtch, Conn., won ? *-,.
. lipionshlp trophy in tin thlrteenlh
; Bnnual 1 nlted {forth and Bouth amateur
golf i"'.mam. m t"-day by defeating
( Hatnilton K. K< rr, 1 up m the thlrt*
nth gr< ? 11 Th? . "ill'- ' was .nie ,.f
th? n,"M hi mi..nt ever plsyi d hi 1 ?
in the championship t-ofi**olatlon Harold
I Weber, ,,t ln**erneaa, Ohio, defeated Chis? !
j leim Beach, of I'ox 11111.-. ** up and l ta
??tli-'i- division n inn? is, In tl.-,], ?
j given, werai -i P Qatr?timr. of Midlothian
111; ?; E winciiT. whetdini?. \y. Vg . ,
th- Rev, T. A. Choatham, aWlaltury, N.
? M W, IMnckncy, ef HtSHtOWOOd, Chi?
' ik.il, and it- a. ass**ert, of ietbl? ?v m, .\
II. The rl?oslng tournaatent el th?
nie 1,, set f"i April i". 11 gad 1*
ARE YOU ENTERTAINING?
Talent for aII socials, concert?, and
entertainment? will be found on page
4. uart fc??Advt.
Columbia Comes from Behind
and Defeats Rutgers.
PLENTY OF LOOSE PLAY
Work of Lommell and Chung
Bright Spots in a Dull
Game.
Columbia cam? from behind and do
f. it. I RutgOMI In a slow Rain?- on South
Field yesterday by a n?-or?' of !? la I A
double athletic bill, which Included ?
.?er game between tbe Columbia and
Pennsylvanie ?leven? early In Um after?
noon, mad? the contest lut? in beginning,
and darhneaa cum?- down so ?luU-kly iliat
ti,.. Kann bad to i>- called in th? mlddl?
ol th.r? nth inning, J ist after Columbia
had hsmmored out ti.?- runs that -?avc it
th.- victory,
> 'Olumbl? t. i"l on' R ? ?PS] 0 !. I ??"?ond
string pitcher, and before be bed i srmotl
up m tii" Ural Inning Rutgers had ?cored
three run? on ? comblnstton of hits and
errors, nappaport lanted five inning? and
waa t.? icbed up fn ? I), I? tii?- fourth
Rutgers ?cored anotbei cluster of thro?
un- and added on? ??or? tally In th?
fifth frame
r.'i Um remaining two Innings Lauder
s m Smith, th? freshman ?tar. to the
mound, and be had little difficulty in hold?
ing tin- .0 ???' y learn do?n striking oat
ihre? n" n and allowing only on? bit in
. tenure In th? bos.
iiutii tean la i loosely bt the field,
but ' -- a- thi woi;-t offender.
in the opening frame Friedrichs, the
imbis third baaemsn, ?dd?d to Rappa
port'a troublea by making tare error? in
a i?.-.-. md In thi fifth, rh?n tw? were
? ,' md th? ? w?n men on Urat and w -
: t .: atngl
li |. for i bom? i un Tbt n -
ng pla) m Um Sold ?as a wonderful
cal i of l.omnu It's driv? I
: lg. if I td !?? i.
- i foui runs would probably have
, . ind Whlti
i n i.uinali. WbO distil
- -f on the diamond laal fall, ? i
imblg and play?d a ?t?i ling
Hi i-.,t i '. i imbta "j fin il
i . ? f*ger In I third that
Later he tallied bin
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GAME ENDS IN ROW
St. Johns Forfeits to Fordham
Altor Disputing Decision.
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?n, I? ft thi field, but th? umpire
forl ted to Fi
to fl
w 'u .. t . ..".-?? r.'i.,
went to b?t li ? Dlnl
n a sal
nd Kane, a ? bad ri
firsl on an i got to thi "d on th? ,
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RALLY WINS FOR SEVENTH
Soldier Team Defeats South
Orange in Exciting Game.
Bj ? !? ?did work In tb? Issl two Innings
th? 7th Regimen! baseball team defeated
tl ? south ? ?range field < lub al South
rdaj li? i teort of t to J l*n
lo tbe eighth Inning th? New Yorkers
' I Ofl Wlfklns.iti, ti .
S..iitli ? iran?-.? l" lil.-r
In the ' Ighth Mellen, the i ildk i ?'
rier, rol on base u bei ?... poked an
Infield hit )usi beyond Wilkinson's reach
R? Inach? r gol a has. on Pills and Ma?
ruin followed with .i high one to Ra? h
lin In centre field, which b? muffed, This
riled the base? Donahue's ??rtv?. was too
hoi f"t Id?list..-i t., handh and the abort?
top fumbli -i it Relnacht-r ?nd fcfagu r?j
?coring. After ffolohan had been retired
Flynn doubled ?nd Knox ?nd Donahue
i-i.tn?' home
The acore folios ?
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tb r I ;i!i i li p.. i? ?
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lire ? I it soi Mal lory, if . I 1 I .
Knoa .'. :. i i l?ejGunning, lb 4?III ??
Donotni?, :?:, . i i joi rhrop, lb "'ft I?
llolahan, ii. . ^ ? ,-, ? ..,, Ms,x f i ft i o n i
I Irnn, i> 10] t . i, Houston, k-. i ft ft ft c i
K? ? ?'.-*?. tf.. ? n .i i ?, n win', r. rf III -? It
1 ' Het u. II lot i n.' i-'ii r.. ?? . I ?ft ; 1 |
Nell? ?, i 10? 11 a Wllkli non, t. I ft : i v t
? Howarth, o. I ft'i I 11
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ith Reslmeni ft ft ft n ? " '
?-?? ith ' ?Vans? i ' ? . .| t ft -i n '? -
Nil t i m, 11.,.. baa lui Mai i
J? '"'? ' it no..,, stolen ba* - it .???
m.'11"- Doubl, pbiyi Wilkinson t" fhrop
??"iuu tedi Mi Htn to Hold? n, ?true?
?' "' Wllklnimn :' by Mullen, (. Virrt L.i ?
"M tails-,,* WllklnioiL li O? A?r". 1. "tt
Mfllan, 1 Hiu-Ofl WlikinMn. I in I Innlmcs-.
o? in??, i ,? ? ?ull,K. r?,pir. .MerrlTi
L0PJLLARD LOSES ON COURTS.
Philadelphia, .\pr-i Oeorge n Brooke
won th? Individual ootrl ",,1'1's eham?
plonahip ?.f Philadelphia to-dsy bj d? foal
!ii- Plern Lertliard, "r?< "' ***** 'orb, :n
? :" bnal match of t'1" '"'t"1"1 tourna
m? nt ai ii,e i{(l,.q,|,t ?'i'i?' Brooke won
by the m or?? ,,f ,,. ,L ?p% ;,?.! %*%.
Results of College
Baseball Games.
luir . . * Tnnil.v o
ntsTwalta |:? N('*v ?ork ' "'' '
( tdiiiiiblii . 0 Kiit?rr? 7
?.rorrtrltnvn ?*? ? i.rnell ......... .1
prnn4>l\.iiiin I *>?.?.artluiiorr . 4
?I ordlnmi 8 M. .John? ... g
.lohn-? Hopkln- I ?ein *l*?r?lund. 0
We?! I'tiinl .' l?lckln?.on . t
\nni?|??|i? . ."? Amber*.! . 0
sel.m Hull * < . (. V V 1
71b Ileainienl ?I *-?>"?? Ii Orange.
?lorfell.
i Allows One in the Ninth and
Ya.e Blanks Trinity.
[By !?;?:. ? : . ?
New Haven, April fc?Yale defeated
Trinity in a snappy and ?veil played gam?
1st Vale Field this a l"i. rti??..n !>>' a .sere Ol
S to n Th oonteat sraa not neartl as one
aided as the geore would Indicate and both
. teams eshiblted s ?tood brand of bea?*>hall.
Tale particularly showing
"Tale won by taklni advantage of Trin?
ity'? few mlsplaya and some timely hit?
ting, besides showing g -darting d?*aTence
! Th? mam feature of th? ?-ame was the
. pit.-iiii ??? <?f Brown for v.-ii ? He pitched a
I no.hit game until the ninth, when the
! lirst hatter up pi k. d a Straight MM for ?
i single t<> i ?nti?', the onlj hit Trinity mad?
j Besides allowing onlj one hit, Brown waa
steady, giving but <>r.' pass and striking
..'it nine men. He also contributed a
? single and knocked down i bard
liner which wai- tagged for a Ml
Middlebrook, In centre, made two daver
rum . as of driv? bit far ov?
head Int | ntre, and 8? hofield ; .
(fas! tunt of '.' rowing Wart*ter,
of Trinity, out at Brat base, Hunter also
caught wen r?.r "fak and not n I
r u.-ir- able to bit fot him.
..... ? . . rtnlty
nd The Ta inl
. moothl]. th? two ? rroi - ;
|aom 01 I Reilly ?omlnn; on hard l>alls to
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CITY COLLEGE NINE LOSES
0 Council Bcorea Only Run
Again-H Seton Hall.
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gain ?let- at? ?:
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I to 1. 1 N ?? fork ? egii
and i ?' ruUson,
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jCLOSE FINISHES AT GAMES
Lovell Wins Two Races at 14th
Regiment Meet.
Many close Bnlshea marked the annual
.. games "f the 14th **>**a**1-"Mnt, In Its
arrnory, iSth street and ISIghth avenut
Brookl) n. Is i i
A novel <*'.nte?4t ?Aa? ?he regimental
hlk< around l*roapeet Park, ?itii th? men
.n heavy marching onier. it was- ??/on bj
th? right mu: teaun of Company IS, In
the i?*"- d tlmt Of 42*Sf 1-S ?'"mpar.v l>.
whicli finished serand, n i almost f.mr
!
\\. .1. Lovell, the Junior champion over
th? -""->? if<i burdl? ?. eron his ?vent, )?> -
i ? .. ing s- '-..nd in th? i-i ard dash
I ? unnlng k ?\- .' ? l?*toi y t" Corn
pa E In the fes?] race
Th? - foll?n
Ht \ anl ? .nd dash i final i \\ on bj ii
? . my C 110 feet ?. I .1 I .??
? 'ompanj I ? I* rater ?, ? ?-..nd. T.
BJortenian, Compon} K UO feet), third
! In - 0:07 4-5
Wail scaling contest (handicap) Won
by (l Hogan and W C . It, C impany i ?
Hi ? o i t Bjort?
W. Undwall, Compsny ? (0:00 3-:?); time.
" .!", second ?" -i Clara and ?' A Has
kin.*, i '..mi an) ' ? Urn?. 0 3 i I?
third.
?jj'i-yard sack race ?handicap) \\ < n by
A N? II, Companj i: 11 . yaids); A K
1er. Company i. ' ? ratcli), .-?? ond. W
Oldenburg, Companj M (15 yards), third
Time, "ii i
i ine?mllc run I no* Ice, op? n I Won bj
T Burrell, Trinity Club; O. Weeder, I It?
Regiment A A . r-cond; i: r | . -
chami s, Ozanam A A. third rnn.-.
:.."* I-.
l*0?yard hurdle race (handicap) ?Won
by i. j. Lovell, C? mp iny D (scratch)
C, n. Hawkins, Companj K ? i yards),
Meet ?nd. w Oldenburg, Company M (11
lards), third Time, ? ? i
Regimental eight-man hike (distance I
mile? >.. v.H-.isi Won by Compsny i
time It38 1-5; ''.impair. I ?. time !?"..!;? 3-6,
s-.-.md; ?'"iiiiMiiv I,. Ume, |4..:, ;. ,, tiiitd
'??" r?tvrd mu (handicap)? Won by i".
Bllvlo, Company D (15 yards); s Prom?
st.-ln Company M n? yard?), second; B.
?n'l!"',,-'-,'"!n-,""1> ?'' '-' >-'"i-'. third
Wagon loading contest-Won by Com
puny l- ( impany ?;, ?econd; Companj
K, thud
880 yard relay race (ttandicep) Wtw bi
t ompany r? (13 yards), win, u ,|. 1*1,
i.'.v.ii. Hogan ,nd Rober; Company L
?"? Tin?TTa "m|M"v u W yarae).
Putting 1- p.iiniil sh'it Won l>\- T tftla
by, Hospital Corpa wdth :? ' feei ?>'
Inches; <*. Flannery, Company 1 ui,i,;
..;? fee, si, inches, second^ C HoW .
? ompany ft with M reel m, inches"thUdl
?
FORDH.-VM PREPS WTN EASILY.
Pordham Pr-*f*arato?rj Bchool defeated
the nu*.- of ni... 1 |ck< ns-m High Bchool
?.f Jersey City, on Pordham Pleld jester?
daj sfternrson, 1 a 1 ioi a of ; to
iVtltlsmS, the Mar....n peep twirl, r
truck .?ut tourte? n men. Por Dtckensor
l!"1'1- Phtyed a a.iv game si third h..s- '
?rhlle Pureel, it?. Dtck<*naon pitcher, i.-i
im* team ai the bat with two alnglea.
TIMELY IS OF M
Yankees and Supernas to Play
Across the Hudson To-day.
INDIANS HAVE HIGH HOPES
? Harry Smith Ambitioub to Give
Newark a Pennant for the
First Time.
TI" '..i ? Pill "fans" need
bouse wlshin
pen tins afteri ?
battle ?up the Newark Imitan*, in
ark. while th- Ynnh
a, 1 i H the KUOSOn 111'
-.. Ill I lid . ?
th'- Bh< ' i' ra ?i Ji ra ?? City.
Tii'- india: from the
Friday p.
. enthusiaatlc o?
blgb hop' i ".- landing tho i ?
ri'inai Leagu? i ? nnant Wt It
th? besettb
, UM. itt? 'i t!:i!d to Toronto ..-. : v., cb.
?ater, ?nd, . id? ? -. by I
game? pit
:u- it baa i? --ti -'?"'. n. Foui rui ? ,< it-..
high-water mart* in
? .
Brooklyn.
Th? pitching staff look;- ? |
with <;.,?. Wi ?tl I,- '? '-.r,ny
Bnsmsnn, ' \a ftj Mtchlson . i
i Kunhle. Th? bt ? nanu ., -to.
hit. no-run car: i ton -vhii?
In tbe Soul
j wUI ; of Swacina first, Zlm
Brookly?
? ?
, ?nd Qagnier st aecond.
Zlmmermai I I for :. ft field;
Dalton. last ? ??? l h l
?
.ir. !
, lii Meyer, th? man who led the v.''-!t?rn
Al ?? ? . ? ?
-.
.- for young I tf
Khan. I I ? ? ? with
r: ?? ofcl] : . and Boos Klrk| itrl -., th-,
tint] tho Bui i. Tl
? ?ami o i : i\- 'i wli h N? wark ? |
?
trit i? tb? only club In th? int?
nati"- al !.. i- i? ahich has i
? ut.
nc? sai.i ?? ? t ha
Id put hi?
"? ? '
?
with the / *?
*"ll ,'
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i er of tii- ? r staff of i
N'a | m. Joe I
Roy
.
Speaker, the -1
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Moni
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t- rus Cobh
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without th it I
?ble to pick.
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in tr? Ing l i
He
peni
, the Ii
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tu.ik- ?
Lou? ? it)
Rl .::
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pected to - -
T< ?! Mi r
| rial for the I
railed thi l> ighll I>
II
Halpln.
I | -r. th'
But 11
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?nd th? real ,nU>
; tlir.
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MIDDIES SHUT CUT AMHERST
Vinsou Pitches in Form and Allows
Oppoi.en.ts Only Two HiK
Ann polls, Ap
? i - .-? 11 ? ? ? oui Ami erst hei i altar
-. bj ? i ?ra of S to l - - *'?'1?,
pitched for the hi t*o
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tad R Insoi
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