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DETECTS UNBALANCE
OF BOWLING BALL
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Dungan Invents Machine to
Settle a Mooted Ques?
tion of Alleys.
GIVES THF RIGHTS
TO NATIONAL BODY
Neu York Nol Aione in Field tor
Honor "{ Holding (.ham
pionship lourney.
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AMERICAN CHESS BULLETIN
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FANCY SKATERS. WHO WERE PROMINENT IN IN?NATIONAL
CHAMPIONSHIPS AT NEW HAVEN. IN DIFFICULT FIGURES
*?w?w-Mea-sr**-a<ssaBsaaaaaasasssaea i ???????? ** I?. ???????"". -''?. ?__??? ? __?
MR. AXD MRS. IRYIXG BROKAW. OF \I*.W VORK,
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_XD .MISS CHEVALIER AND XORMAN SCOTT, OF MOXTREA1
NEW YORK A.C. WINS
INTERCITY SHOOT
Cuts Down Lead of Boston !
A. A. Gunners in Final
Match at Traps.
?;?? apahoot? * the Xew Yoi M
? i wo tha Intercit l t th?
l - ?-,,., i* lie Asso?
it ii .'i i ?-? en .....
The Hub gunneri New York ,
with,
t-rit ?hoot, two w? ihelr o?
\ t * . Ml- ...
rgets. th? " ? '
Xew 1 I ?
n total ol targe!
"birds ' for the Hub gui ??? i a.
? ?i-, of ti? la -? * rowd
? e.
itoston "gunnera were the gueal o? I a
Sew Yorh Athlel Club a nnei In
i .--?
in .. tion to the was
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in?- moat ;
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R R i leba? hei It ?-???? s hin r lei
the ?
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1. Corbet i
f the day, tah
regul ir fixtures. He a
ip the "?'i,? I tro
? ?? i ih? i Igh handi?
'!'. ? ?- \\'i Ih? ??.on
.' and the high I ltd a w? m to ;
B| < Its, with a toi ? ' i
?- Only foui nera
took \jitt t in th? ??? iriety
? ' ip. It ? ? ? EC. R. De 1
condition? were ? ??? ? Il ni nd ' II
- - ?u?! In pre tlcall
Th? score of ih- :?
?Ol 300
.** l:\\ rORK A. C. ??* ? \ Tl
170 i i: i .. t:,;:
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MOTOR BOAT SCHEDULE
Hudson River Association Is
sues List of Sanctioned Races.
The Hudson Riv? i Va hl Ra i
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a ? i . ? m?l return
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n s innual crulao of th? Hu
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lett ? ?
Sew Ihletic 4'luh motoi i
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Ion troi oat <
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NEW YORK BOWLERS WIN
Defeat Brooklyn Knifhtl of Co
lumbus for Title and Trophy.
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from the B the I
representing th? Sew Yorh coui
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Bht won l
in?- third Mm?
of t
n . .! "i '
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srosh o? o ago i " hi? i> New "> orh had
the better ol I ami th?
<ri?: ?i ' ? i.tiiii alh n !?? "*
,.? ttled 1
Brook) , roll? I '? ? ?? *
? . ,. donated for
thee? Interdi leal ?I l i
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fath< ? of n.'t, w w ?ni, or * '
TO MANAGE CHESS MATCH!
Jameson Succeeds Lazinsk on !
Intercollegiate Committee.
Owing to thi ? ' mem of A Las!
m the Int?r?
?t.nittee, in ?
Ihe < oluml ia-Ha ird-Talo? ? - '- ague, !
A B .lam? son I
o ais ' o "*,1?' with ,
Ti la acular Ch? sa Leal e,
1 ?i he p?a; ."I a' t ne : . . ' ? . .
? i-?i i'1'ih on the mom us of April ? ,
K i< ii ol the ''olletre'. ntei ted will <
play er to th<
? rale and olur i ibably will I
two playi
Ti:<- . lb announi ad
folios ' i tentatl ?? t< an ? Pennaj l- ;
R 8 ?I ??? Teitell sum and it. '
Levin; Cornell, N 8 Perklna and D B.
h and Browi (one pla er to be so-?
. | bj I 11 nu ' . ? ? ? ? I es, W ? Ira unan, j
id A. VV ' 'i irman, ? '?.; ?
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BLUE RIBBONS DECK
SEPTEMBER MORN
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Bay Marc Wins Three at
little Riding School's
Horse Show.
Moi n a dam' ha mare,
owned three blue
..... r of the
. ? :oon. I
She ca ight the i eya In the i
? ; ?? for
inda md under and
also m the combination horse ahown to
and nder i addle.
Th? . ? were popule is the
on ?a the rat birds tl s* ?? era - not *
Ibt that Se;.!? ml. Moni ?!?
>. rved all ihe laurels si.?' won.
s made < ? r \
tion of fi '? ?* itl ? ring t? n It all Of|
, . ? ps, six red, whits
and i ello panklns bay g? Id
? ? . s pol ' \>'"i the blue In lha ? asa for
.-..?- \? ? (31, . ||m,
... estnul
.-'... iron thi for*1
gol? n i' i-**' ' geldini Tiny
i Mi ' 'hipchas? - i ? Bapolto,
three i ? tal essayed to allow
Tiny Tim, till-1 ? ? ? hei tall, "no Inch
for ever- ?? ? h in the diff. rence -n height.
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Interciub Chess Match Ends.
\ i meson. < of I
committee,
has concluded I unfit a with
?ii. lerrlub m itch b< -
?' "? Hie -.1 ,| II,.,, .,r,| ?(
ihe Harvard Club and I his vt?*
! ' ' Club was
point ? .. i the
. ?red i. .i t., p ,. home i
leitet course, had sir? id)
? h, and, togethei wltn
i hi lots " mil ? look i h?
_ int? i. i ib .
il ol nln? ?. un' i t., ihre?
Two American Horses in
Lincolnshire Handicap
?a
High Rock, by Rock Sane
Is Supposed to Have Out?
side Chance in Race.
HERZ BACKING HIS
COLT, SHORT ORAS!
Oxford Depending on Havens an
labor to Brin?; ;i Victory
Over Cambridge.
Mar ? i Following ? a cui
torn o? ? ? England- Rat "aeta
season on the Tu?
day of the fout ,* I ' ?
. * 124, I ice Tor th
old Lincolnshire handicap still b
'
, \ ? << | ei
? . ? g event of th?
two seem
are O .i and Hlgl
i:?. ? ? il "prep
liked I
Outrai ? " Jame?
r i... . the late vie? * lirman of th?
and Is a live
. "-?.'. Brookl i
Ben Bi
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i [igli Rock honest, plain
bul d< i?? i ?i ?i la broa n f? i ir-old ?ol?
? h ? ? He won t a
races I * * * -ond I i thr? ?*
??., third In three and puv fad fourtl
t ., ?. .. ise i i ? ? * ' ? ? i. i i
? a? eai o?
March ??. .*; i.? . ? * ? ,,-?.,, ,i ?.
? i ? "roker'n * ?? i oil -
? . , Plate of $2.000, ? -th
the Call! ola red eo Ocydrom?
. ..' ? ?, o Alto) third, and ten
nd them
?m April 2 High Rock won th? IVelbeck
? ' fr im eighteen three
year-olds, and Ihre? lays later he r.m
second, giving seventeen poundg, to tha
hall American ?-??it China ''o.k. which
inst November won the Liverpool Autumn
? . one "i' ;ie | |g handii apa of the ? ni
Of th?
Thia wl for iiieh
? ? ip until he ? '?:.' Into
.?? ...?', ; ?an in
? and * ? * ??.? ? : * ; rem?
t ? ;,? the finish i,. at in ; pel h i lift?
oi ? .i. hteen hors? nd o
.r two, i?? w hi -h he vas conceding
weif * ' n portant victory waa
:,* Ol '? ,000 ?'.
.?..m on Ma] 17.
Th.t hl|
but In them High Roch a? n? ra wa?
lui from '.'?"? to 12B pounds; a . ret
he 1 i thrown into the
rae? ol i ' ? mini I h>>
.feather of M pom la If ?? genuin? rider
d I '? ? lerli an hora?
at thai weight ? ? - R -, arou t ?* ?
? . .... ? a bel ? ? Ina t bat
? him. Th?" fs *
i stand ?t as ^"?"l ...-> 10 lo 1 for a fir?.!
lof two 'i"/.en aeema aaaured
ti," ?\mei -t candidat? i ?utram,
? * ? irkel i b?
I nev? r a on la il > ea : \*> hen ? ? rai
betting ? I 11"?? ver, thai
' have i.i th? horae'a fault 1
! Delhi wa? i thi hands of an aatut train?
? " ? Sewmarket
a heth? th? -icnal??
* ?"-?i.t* '? the ?: i '
.
i* o? i-1 ti ir.i 11.m.m, roi - ? ? o
? the? were not
wrong ? last May, a hen < hitram
irried I pounda to victor; In th * ra? ?*
of a mils m ?I !:?? yarda for the i heahlre
I In*';:, ap, Of I *. ...
ap of similar value
aid of eleven that In? luded some
ful h?
V"? flnlsl i | .i S .i ba? k ti-.r.-r-? t?men
' luti i.".u In Ju ai 'i won an?
"th? : ?mall '-.n ill- ?i? with '. ? t'" inda a'
P*rom then until th? nul ?I
the ? .i "n ? ?utram -? ? mi ?! t?i I ?* "run?
g toi -' ? ? ' ? ' With only M pounda
to cam In the i..Im hlr? he seen to
i __________________
Need Mental or Physical Relaxation? Try
BOWLING
have bean treated as generously as High
!'o."k, but the stter i*5 such an iione?t
horse that one .- slmosl compelled to
prefer h;m.
ESmll Mori, niio in nearlj won the IW7
Suburban st Bheepsbead Bay with Mont?
gomery, hsa o,i?;te a nice chance to s or?
in the fs.?ioo Lincolnshire Handicaperith a
boras named Short Oraas, on which he
and his friend? have been lettini? at -he
nice odds of '-''. to i, They aie aatd to
b.iv- waa-eied tS.OM on him
Tut thai Is .?-?p-.all potatoes lor European
betting For Instance, the wealthy Fren, ii
nvi i ei of Lutteur III. the French Hteeple.
ehaser thai now is favorita for the ?'rand
National la Icnown to have taken one bet
or ?. >.'??> to vi 009 against his horse b<
it left I'l-anee.
The famous Grand national is to vie run
en Priday, March 17, bul this yea.- it
holds no special Interest for Americans,
a ho In its id will gathi i the am i
('\fiir.i ''an'.n dRe track Stl letlC meet on
the satne afternoon In Loi I?
II la up to two splendid .merican ath?
to pull through a i ?. - ? Bit a i I try
If Oxford la to un. They ?-.? v B Hav-I
? ? ?? formerl* or Rutgers, him Norman S.I
Tabcr. forme- y of Brown L*B tot II .
Haven. Is Oxford's fastest sprinter and
best hurdler, in ihe im and the hurdlea
a ii have to raes H M. Mackintosh I
and 11 S. O Ashmgton, who -tari out
by themselves on the Cambridge team.
The?- are athletes of Olympic p-ini?.?? class
[Fancy Figure Skating
a Nerve Racking Sport
/
Miss Cassel Describes the
Competitions Meld
in Europe.
EXPECTS AMERICA
TO ADOPT PASTIME
Knowledge of Prescribed Figures
and Control of Nerves Are
tssential to Success.
r? ? i \KI i isski i
*-ii ?n,1 in<in"r 1.144 0 lenm? .baaapaaa m1
deoMea ???tii Mr?. ??. r. Weaver, ?mi ??n (
Ln??".n Usure ?ktttrr.
i ..'. persons re i s what s ?????? e rae ? !
- ? s skating
, ? ? ? a and great era i due to the'
\. 4\ M.lv.
? ?
held ' ? The com? ? ' uld
a
| ; pot '.
\., . - | . i
> , - . - .
? d v .? i aing and i hoi ?? o iee the .
i la gi bob
Mill :.?? :i^ ' ipillai SB .'
where lersons from ev? meel I
niete enthusiast
i : \ ? g Brokaw Is on? ?
Inter? tlonal skattni I ? ? ;
g one of the
In tii.? S oi 1<I
at thi
....
can
' foil" ||.
Introd ? ' ? it '
? in
Bl le
\ fter a whil? ?un ?? win?
ter sport beco a *
go t.? iee the i mnpetltio out to the ones
\ih" iia,\e Bupported thla Urs! meeting tue
iri eatrs: .:?>..it t?= ?i le
i 'nfoi I unat? I was a to
? . benefit of those who svi
r witnessed un event of t!,:.s kind 1
will try to ?le- i, a
?.ai h. i ing mes * - To i ompete
llliv.. the nr? ?"'??iir-.l ?:_r'.ri'?i It Oltl I I
. ??o to speak The ''?':.
are the sanie in ill eon.
numbered.
The most dee ? hed? e of the
Continental Btyle la that Of ' I At -?nan
Skating Association, T\hi"h e.insi?'
forty-three Hgures Each figure la s'.?ate,i
on the outside and Inalde edge f " ??
and outside and inside ed-,-e backward,
reell to 172 pn Bcnl '
?z-:-es.
Fot a competition eertaln onea a"- ?
le. ;e(i and theee must hi skated to place
evenly and eorrectl The four simple
edges are the foundation of all fig ire
sk itinc. ;
Im ! .-ii 0] SB ? f the .ad.es skats as
'!:*li< nit tic.res as the men, but In this
country thai is oui of the q lesttoi. so I a
simplei on? - ? choeei
knows a. few months h-i'Teliand what Is
roq tired a
t;on on these figures In ordei to ? its
them the required sise ai d ?with the -
? ? ? .in Of the bod] . USlng : ( -"inal
.- -,-; r as the rulea
(International Skating I nlon) will pe'-mit,
-.? ? ? being e. centric Ol jerk'
\ . ertain am-nint of fr? i and elas
licit? Is i asentlal, espa
skatir.t: pr? n FYes skat
;| (?o?-. ..' flgures entl ?
: by the skater hlms? If Th< ** ran
con?ist of snything he or ahe a il ?
'
threes, ?oe sn''i-, crosscuts, vines, ?!?'? ? i, 1
marches, tpnene?, i . rka ohawks,
?argentines ,.??,,,. f ,,
music, There ara three or ?1*2 ??
and ti- di : ikat?ri bava. ___*
.1 th? ., , ni"
Pe? mark th,
- It.t1_.nv
, .
. . M t total <* -
" *? ??* on?_
* '
- it aid? *? ? .....
? ?i"?, i thtek,?.;
' ' '"' It ?tucks the
Of < ??_. "'
* . *
n? '. .. !
rvaa
It ie did - . , .
awakhlTi?
irk, aad nerv?,
' ? tra? -{.' N
attaekatg
?l ' ?
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'
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I ...
''?:' ' ' futur? the [stem
- ting a_
' ' '?"?<?' k |_4k
? * ?
?r?i
: ?ral i .
- ' * arate ta*.
I * ' i. ;?:
i" ' ?? - rood n torn
? ?hatei -,-?;,..'.
...
FIGURE SKATING
HONORS DIVIDED
Miss Weld Wins for United
States and Scott for
Canada.
Sea ' " ' Misa T wtM
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\ I Um :e. ep
? st peg |
te? I ?.. mi
? ? IS SOt !
??-.-?? ? i rap i
t . H -.
Norman ?- * *' W - C
Monr*.
1 n bo Kit M ?i?
| . . .... ... ?d thi I
cieion * .in ' ?
?;. ?. ?* - t. ,, . | |
. . k_j .
?katim
i oint? n the i ? "-* na - i
Mrs. Ray i ???..?
novii s eni -'i wt?
. ompllmei ?? I ?? el ?? *
|-?- tha .-?.I,- ??
won over E, V7. * ' iv>?n?*** *
?? th? thraa j?i?"
and oa ? ?i? t
?? ? ? I ??, M
.*<???. ?r?il J i
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ikatiaf i-wk
.* I Dr. A I
rtnner of 'h?Arr.
... i the ?Ma
?*.-reu>
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The
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M "r'' __
Weld and N V\ ' '' ' *?'?*
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Higher Than Goodyear No-Rim-Cut Tires
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