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College Society for \
Prowess in Athletics
Organization To Be Along
the Same Lines as
Phi Beta Kappa.
CANDIDATES MUST
PASS REAL TESTS|
- ,
Movement Finds Many Active
Supporters in East. Par?
ticularly at Yale.
Peta Kappa, the college fraterntt]
which honora scholarship, ha? a rival in
a new o?| i " ' Ich pun -? - to
ak? athl? proi Th?
iiioreannnl started n the Middle Weal
but im? aproad to tha East and has
many activa aupporl * ? i rly In
"V '.?
?'The v...?- Dally fCews ' ii
the norloty for athl? t<
The -....-..t-. will b? st in a aeneral
wag and will ?
that hove been
the collet-:? curriculum, Phi Beta Kapp*
for academic anrl Stems XI 'or scientific
?merit
"Tliftpe two sor etiea have inc
recognized a*? am.: ' ? OgnltlOB of
.merit In these two lines, and the socletv .
??vhlch I? ball g "ni. la designed to rec- '
cirnJze in a similar waj general athletic
merit.
"The organlaat m a II I i knoten as i
FUrma ?Delta i ? rah a ill bs .
?vn*n by the ability to attain aatlsfactory |
marl;? in a Hh? of spa Hie I athletic events, |
just a? a genera! academic KhcJarshlp I
mark aratltlea a stu nt of that depart? I
tnent to membership la Phi Beta Kappa
and a mark pf adequate merit In aclentiflcl
achievement to membership m Blgma XU ?
"The recjnlremants for membership in;
the full or refrular pta.le have ':st been j
announced. They inch.?!?? twalva ail'
around athletic tests as follows: '.'"'-yard i
da*h. UM Recoud-. UtVyard hurdles Is]
aecond?; running hi*n';i Jump. '. feet; run
nlnti broad Jump. II feel. Kitting 16-pounrt ?
Shot. M f?-e-t; poi? vanlt, S tpsi *\ Inches.,
throwinn baseball. Mi feet, punting foot- j
baJl. IS 'eet "-mile run. II minutes B)\
re?"onds. 10-m'le walk. " lion--? M minutes; ?
Hi yard t-wlm and tumbling testa not yet i
specified.
"There will ai?o he ? junior uradn in j
Baaanbera-lp, admlaahwi to which win h<-|
tbrouph sl'cht'y modified test*. a_ fol?
lows: laa.yard run. 12 m ?oatfe ttb-yard ?
hurdle?. M aooonda; runnlnt; high Jump.
I foot ? lnche.?.; running broad jnrnp, II
feet: putting li-pound shot. _> feet; pole
?vauit. ? feet; throwing baseball. ?><(> f?t"t:
puntlna* football, M feet; 3-mile run, 2<?
minute?.. ?0-milo -t\-i:k, 0 hours; awim, ho
> arilB.
' The idea ha/? been taken up hare en
thuslsa-W?Oy and It la cxrocted that
thei? VIH ^e a large entry list for the
??vt-ntF. whh h will be held about th?} clos?
of the co'.le?-'e year. From the lists the
charter membership Of ?he new eo??iet.v
?ill be created.
?iesi-zuod to strike a
balance V?etweon the events most common
i.? American university atbletica Th* lis*,
was framed by tha athlel o d ra teas a
big American universities, the dea
spreading from Indiana University, but I
reo? i- kng . onsa und consider? i
at'ie development in tha East.
? ?T,e of tha ralea of membership is
that <i collage I? 1er won la any s;>ort
?hall count for the test in that ?port.
That i?. membership on the co'lege fnot
1 all team will abottah tha nee?l of compe?
tition in the fnotnall t' at
"T?r TV. O. Anderson ha? ex-pressed his
v:??f rn the Bttbjoet as follows;
" It ha? ?eenied t?. me for a number
Of years that all-ajound development is
better for the average Undent than th?
i-ffect-. <>f ?*?: a lallssd effort Ooueequently,
I hav-e ?tr/rtd our men to take part in
??everal torm? of physical activity rallier
than one.
"'! have lent emphasis to this fact, if
1 e man - ? ? ring his bodily ? fli
? i>n(-)* rathev ?han his acquisition of ath?
letic rn-?n?ir?*
There '*-: :*? 'hspa to department in
the university where prisas of some kind
ftl-e not offered to those who aXCel. TVith
patA -?otr.?f hite a dlseussloa of the wisdom
rf rh'i? rewar?1i?i? a man fOf har?l work. 1
wish to ?ay thai under tie present con
flfttons In our department? of education
1 favor Rlvir< an . exceptional student
?orne phy?lcal e\lr?,-nce of our anpreca
Unn Of his excien?? In bodily achieve?
rr-ei.t
" If the pin M _ej ' off Are, l bv the
new ?o^-lety wit! ?jtfanr? IntS nur st.idcnt to
taVe be*??<r '?r.. of Is body. \a* him
have 1t.
" Th?. charR? in the tralr.ir*? of the |
?cailen'.l'* frc^hr-pe-i neTt year Will pel
ft number of eona atent norkera in Une
for the be.d?,''! OP the UOW kev, and It Is
iH*e to ?nr tl al tha n n-> who wlna th:?
?z;starnt*. "'?n deaerve It
Pprir-g football prei-tic? \g already w- ?1
under way. in nearly all the larga col?
ItgW the men are wOffkillg ri either i;vri
r - r enge, i nd until the weather
permit? of ontdooi ?*cik the practice wi :
t-e eonfln-ed to ? nd other funda
ment? ?
bott, of vale, aaysi
? Bfi -?..*' ely little
??????rk in the baseball eaga this ?inter,
sjosne pen? tl ta with the centras and qnar
te-ba'k? being atr?*:t all There aril a
?eve'al w??..? of sprlnii pra'ti ?. eon
?il>tir.- Of light at th? ? are
riot cam] I? te
_| a Tale rt? it? v
tmaa ? oll-daj i aa i und??r
i odh i wu ?. n.i,key :a?-te?i until
.1 that reported for
rt.. Week's W? ? ? I aho-it
tort-.
' aptaia H. R. Pi acel
? ?d the fo owing plana I
'Tlit work will b? hi hi in t ? ;
? and
-*. aad a ? : nly in
m t., t ni H | ,? pas the ba :
.? ?ne wonthei permita outdoor
Wort I 'trit l?r?.[. ki? k n-.- ? | also
?? ? ?iiu'-h attention Practica vwii
e?-f ? B i M-ririK ?nd In all .,fr,l, , ?
to * 'ni? ?II! he foijrifj ri, , , |
record ' a Pi neet a
) . ? i '? l. l .?t . ?.in
, ...,. aa l?'l tO : ' n f-.r t??
} ,. I ' e
IOn bef? ; ??????? ? Th?
and
' ?
,,|g -All? O* I * * ?' '??I?
?, g the ri
stead rlall)
"V'.-i '? r.'t pis ? ? WithOUl '
wuii? L?.k? Carn?ala usueUj frea-M ov?.
thrss ?*>r four tim??e durlnr the winter
Ice ordinaril) does no! remain
enough to afford regular pi
?.jM'it ?'!? rare ;it an ob? d -,ri\a:i
In the competitions ?arltli our chief
ponenta ? the farther north latitud.
Ken E g\ i
"In th? e of tee at P
get ti tice, our I ey p ayen
. ? ? go to the i \. v. V
hut t ? o I ? tiro or I
? a week, and at n ?? lattei sni
?
i extrem? " I i ?Je? elop :
e . jr te im pis
N ?? 1
pari
apon
"All th? for plaj inn col
. ?? la
? ? mi m ki
to fell esta
? ? '
ntlnu? s
Vale ha;
: Harvard h ?
\? ? i noel
? . as In the o?
?
point Trophy" to
n. y. u. gymnast
Crcmcr Leads Team to an F.a
Victory in Quadrang
tilar Meet.
t?'.? gymnastic team ol \?w- fork r
veraitj '?i; ? ed Its i lory of last y<
In ?sinning the point trophj In I ?
tl? t the 1 ledford brai i
Young Mi ? a Christian \vmx
ist nlgl
H. Ighta ?' ?>'? won <?n?c
wit ii h tota ol J. .? pointa gatherini thi
Li si i lac? I a l !?? for anothei In I h?
1 Le?t. Rutgers '?ill?-'.' .?? fCea Bi mi ?
K ' arsi ae ond with I4*_ p">nt?j. wl
Amtieret Col ? re, on Its ?''?Is. having
i ? nivel it v. the ?.i.
other Institut <'?. compel nsr, ?aras mixer
hiv it? tl-.? r^:i! with ???? . pointa
ir- s < i. n <??. ? ??? -_? tain of !
team anil s metropolitan chai
pion, again was th< ata of the qua<
rangular m?Mt fir carried off the hon?
in the parallel bara an-i ei'i" horse, l
rsl honors tn th*? hortsontal ha
with Anderson, ot Rutgers, and I ?
foutth in the flying lings.
Finding out that ins team could m
ios? the troph* if he stayed out of 11
up. the final event on the pn
gramma he derided to take ,i rest ,\
told, Ins effort?? alone netted II pointa
Hoy Dutcber, the national club ewlni
lag champion of Nen rorli Vi
i-xhibitcd a neat performance In iakin
his favorite event He received a COUn
?? IT pointa, with Bummerhlll of Rutgen
behind h.Jm, with ?Si" ? pol tl
Th?? summaries foll?n
linririTitAJ bar?T.* between 'Y.m?r X?4
1 nl atrslty, ar..) And? ? n Rutseri all
"IC. point?.. Doyle, Colsmbla, wltli it
thlril: Shrewsbury, Amherat, with :.-, points
fourth.
Side hor?.- Won by ?Tremer, Meat Toi DW
. pointa; Balaton, i ?
?uiih ill? points. Becead; Vafl Dyek, Rattere
pointa, third; /.brornowlta, ? "o- -mil . ?
-. i ' .' ta, fo
?wli rli '' I ?at? he' \". n- ye ?'
. - ?
Rutgers, with W_ pot I
: ? nlversll with 75
? ?. ?vit- <u) polata, fourth.
? ?? ? -.. ? ?fork L'nlver
rlth I0*i* p^!' ta;
?
-? - ? - A.
M point .. '
Kl> in- r' | ' -i. i Q :>. It| ?
N< -4 No',. iTnlver
'? 4 i oint?, s? ?dlei
I ' *. third; Oemer, Sew Tori
' -
.mherat, wtl
Yt\ ; nte; Don Sea T? ? uni irre.ty, wltli
M poli. i*han ??', Rutfera, an
?! .. ? riltv, with IIS loli.t?-,
r tl ! ; : -
Kins I point f ?re- Kew gorfe
26 pointa; Rateen i*?-?;>_'?. ir, pol ti ?
-1 - ?? Ci Ilesa, Il po '.tj .-. ' .i t ? ? ?
! DRAW FOR WRESTUNG TILT
Lehigh Fails to Draw a Bye,
While Cornell Gets Two.
ng team was
unlucky in the drawings f<> I ?
round of the Intercollegiate wrest
tournament, which will take place on
Friday and Baturda* at the L'nlrsrslty of
V' nnaylvania Lehigh <ii?J not dran ?
single * ye Cornell dren two, Pet
vnnia, iwo Prlnoeton, loto, a?** Colum?
bla. one
The result of the drawings follow.
u -i.??'.!_?? \* Princeton, Paanv
. lumbla a i >?
- Uehlgh vf Columbia, I'rlnoe
... i,' oi no'l n
? : . - Prli ateo, !>nn
u it :?. ?'om.'i! a by?
:? ; ... i .,-- Lehtgh ? ? Pei ; ?* van?
mbla. Princeton by?
. ,. ie: r? Prlncotoa, Cor?
,. ?. , lunibla Pi ' u? ? ?'???i? ?' bj ??
, . '...? ?, ? Penn?: Ivanla,
..,-,, ? ., iml .. ITinceton a
I . v- . , ? ..???' on ell, ("o
lumbla NK Princeton, T>nnio1van]<. a bye._
MOTOR BOATS WHICH ARE SURE TO EARN
BIG SHARE OF THE PRIZES THIS SEASON
.1. M v. ?.LLACE'S THISTLE
winner of \"ikiii?. trophy loti you
YALE TAKES FIELD
WITH STRONG NINE
Team Remains Almost In?
tact and Subs Show
Well in Practice.
? iv Telefl ?
New liai en. March II ';
h;?H squad probabl' will larl
piartirr In a few dayi It 1
Ing hard In th?
and the men ar? eager lo i ? ?? ' t
monotony <>r the dal routin? indoori
Rf'l (?ill !" fa ? l'lcl',1.
The diamond li st II wit, but there
little frost m the ground, ??> that th?
? i quickly.
This spi egan
than ui. ? <jti
squad of veterans ai l also
SMSO!
Thi re are no h
Baster tri] ? 1 lg
This ? ? v plai - ring i d A
small, sel? cted tas
last yeai ind from i
?-p? "ni ...... ? ?.
started to i k <"' 'he fun '
Sliding practl ?
an?l batti ? '? n :
Bet nie T? ' ?? .;
pitcher two !..
the bsttei ? coaching.
Anothi r squad, i * I.
teams,
was captain ' l ? ? ? ? ? ?> tea
Men on t M ?
to the ?... . t
show promise
?trine mat?
makea
hand i a for bet
dlvid ? ? - fr? ? . i . .
forma the third group
Aft' r 1 ' ?? ' ? '
out the two
play? ? ' ? ?? . ?
Saturday aftern?
1 m? .. itlook for th? ? ?
i-, ' ai ?. ' Uilj two i
by gi tiona left open
being rst bas?
year b? Rlddell and B? i . ?
, ??
Q4Ie ai 'i Bi own, pitel ? ? on?l
i i ae; c'a : h?rt Rll?
third bas? ; Mid , centre
Purapelly, right
squa'i with "Bill ' H unt< r 1 e cat
problem is solv? d; lud
year'a 11 eshman, and Bh?i u ai ??
'.. ? st;.? i1.?-.--. Bh?. en
Infl? Wet tot Vero ta ona ?-. o i
hitter and r)<
' < i? ?n" i tile and ' ?i ?.? ill <|o
? "f the pitching. They
big, powerful men for .? c<
pe? d and the st gth to
hard game With the beneflt last
-. eai b exp ? I I l s better
than ?-\er.
Milburn,
out among thi
goes out to th?-' Held there will ?>
chani e to site up the t
?
Rice Strongly Opposes
Four-Mile Rowing Races
j Strain Too Great, He Declares,
for Boys Who Can De
vote Little Time to
Preparation.
? a is ??-??-i long a dlstai es tor an
I ? - n - . ? i. row to roe, so ord?
Ing ?r, James C Hi??, who haa been coach
of rowing at Obhimbla alnce I lot v. ?.
however, that if tha American col
lege bad s Km - ? - tlm?
. mee ha could prob
- that distance without danger <>f
ent m ii, i
engt f tlm? iff? :?i?-?i t'.
dent who takes up rowln ?
? . . ? ? -
the prop?
of ti ? ? ? for so loi
i . area ashed yesterda whether he he
-, ?i foui mlh i?* ? for ? ollege i rewa
and whethei I ?? waa m favor of ?ii<* n<rw
for Junloi 'vamltj crewa In ;:.?'??? ef
*
*i .i?. n-ot believe m ??? four-mlla ra?
f"i college rrews," if- said, "and I am
heartily In favot of tha race for Junloi
t-oared ' n place of I bfl
old f?..? ?. rod ?-" ?
"II ? ? .-um tu it,- i ba ? " ? .??' I
elaaoea ate gettlna ?? ?? and that the
men who an ? . ? irai!
be ?t non ada i are nol ..*- old aa th? ? wen
port
'?> i??- < onald? r?d ? are
' ng for a 1
"It I bt to have mere 1
own fo In th? ?,... ? period
of t m?- tti.it ?*. i,, aiii.ii?.? gue t.. ran j
ng It's differei
? .,. | , a to row when h? i
the gramn i mi t m?
geta to rollt ge he Is a fit
"Here we have lo make the
aft'-r he g?Bti ' liege, ai few
months of training a lowed by 1
it is impossible t" i.i Id up a man physi?
cally to sts In of ??' fi
? .-?.. if our men wen ? ind had been
rov. ?nc for great? th of time l
... | . . . f drop] the 1
r.
? -?er thing thai we I n
v.et la that "ur big four-mil? re< a ? m
m .inri?- whl times a thi hotti st
part f the i i ? I ereaa In
? ? races com? In Mai eh 01
Ani i', ???? hi n l. la and 1
man can esi 11 himsi If a I ?
1 ?
"It'i ba ? 'i enougl to sit
at Pougl on some ?if the ?
wb< n 1 "i h.i4 ' 'i t any work to ?
v ? ...... 1 . 1 m miles
nrltfa ih<- th?inu.m. ? - .". n h reall ,
1 think, s detriment t.. tl ? Ir hi slth and
llkel ?? result In pt rman? nl 1
1 !.. se an two
think b Ihren mili ? iM tak? Ihs
? of the four-mile cont? I We need
.. longer time to 11 tin oui m? n foi I
and are <.1 1 ..-4 ?.
th? ?.?. ?r ?
? 'Aa for the i ?? eight .1 ra 1
? ??ill be thai II
will lereel ?
.i: that ? ?? bat collegi rowli
? : ? . ?, ? ' . '
... 1
1
a 'varal ah? ? that Just so
,, inj moi a mi n Brill 1 ems 0 ?i
DR VICTOR C PENDERSEN'S RESPITE.
A ? onaiatcnt pri/r* vvinnrr nniona; thr* cruisers.
MOTOR BOAT MEN
FOR NAVAL DEFENCE
Assistant Secretary of Navy
Says His Department Is
Greatly Interested.
ti< -i of the United 81 t<
?mu tai '
ht! ng world
I -.?-in he Hi'-Ht i. ni
oi imodot e ?>( ; ht
Xew I'orh Motor Boat <'i'ib and ?
? ra ?if tha H ?
River las! ?'ednesds;
*.??? niii have the support of thr
? v belief. PrankUn
? i * *-'" retary of th?
ittended our oonferenoe in
? ? * ,. ag . - ?pressed h'-*-- apprev ?
f th?- squadron, and i
us thai t have tl.-*-' ? i.*?? "f i
? ? ? ? 1 its < ?'" ? '?: - ladi"n
*
. ? | he : ? ? ? * ti m? S 0 0,0 0 fl
. -, the United States
?. : ixllla ?? ? * ' ?
... ' ?.nother Important
i that tl"- , * f the men in
** present time < me from
t takes neai b
? :'
?
gai r* n of *? e i'nlted
adroi M r Roose i * sees
. ? ?.*??? ?>,p er? w? "f
at acquainted with toe
f navl) i ' ".*. i*.? 'i in
?
t wa the Na I N*pa 11?
ment ed 60,00 ' mora enlh te l
Oil 'to man th?
; t r,.;.-r the ei rtlng
i be pn
toi "? I ?'?,'?: ????? i ?? Ol
*.?? i imber of trained volun?
? ' ? .1 upon for a? rvl? s."
BROWN GETS SPRACKLIMG
Former Football Captain To Bo
Assistant Coach.
' ? ? lb ne i
rch SI. IST. Bari Bpra h
? ,.- -i -lu t coach of tho
team in I9H with th*
g -it week of i he pal era wl
i C ? ?? ?bin ion'? ? i datant for
? football -toi k
Id? a ri a
Ib" one ?if the best footba
n th? il? a is
tei ba k !:i UM nt:?l 1911
of his teat ? It was
.- . ?? |un< ti?>n wit Ii
ol fbach li? Kaj. that was chiefly
iefeat * '? ? ?
: g Brow n ha " aa cap
- th? football team of the East H gh
*' ? 'lev? land, a inch won th? 0 i
,
...
sir.n kling wa? frei
u ? ? '.r cf the i ??
played ? ? ? alty ba ?ketball,
and wa er of I be two i
l ii ?
? ? Caminar?an < 'lui'
LAWN TENNIS SCHEDULE
Princeton Team Arraages Eight
Meets for Coming Season.
I in,. ? * in N .1 . Man h 11 V ?? bed .!?
lia? been anno n? ?*?i for
awn tennia team for tha
'i | ? Tig? 11 ha ? ?? i" ??
ip aal - eai i ' ?
t" or? .-"?ut a winning ? on bina
i ; ' lava nd \ 11 Jackson pi
rill ? di i u > .1 nclifflbl? on ?!"? ta o
a hi? u i- trlcl ? nforcad i>>
facull it I ; i* ce ton.
? ' * l'ai r and Ma ?'
loal It mi: ! i -it J ear fl pi.i ? * .
I.ut In II ' bUI ' h, Kl'M? i ai ?I Van I ?
. . i
folios -* \ pi i 27, IVee
i i -i h i< ? tin Mi .*. Pei
?I ' h liai i 'i . ? ? 'in
.ii I1' *? \i . Pittsburgh 1 m*. ?*i
Il? l< Harvard ?t
Ma Cornell, al III
i ? ii t n... ih, .h I't*. ? i"H M? .
*i.' Ii. .a l*i in? i.in
WILL EDUCATE ALL \
MOTOR BOAT OWNERS
*._._
United States Power Squad?
ron Comes from New
England with im?
portant Mission.
oat
, mi ? ; ? he for
mation of tin ?. e di? ilon of
.? ? whl 'h
an, one in
? : ? Port! Mi
Th? nlted Btat Bq i;?'lron I??
the name i.pted by the org*s ilzatlon of
otor ?..?.it men 4'? ? tempting to
est?bil ? ' right if motoi boat i more
fli mlj and to ed te I .... !..
fundamental principles of navigation,,
rules of th" road, i al of chart
and compas nd tvlng their boats fu ly
equipped to compl with the |_,n
Por son.assert? >i th? re
has l" ? !. i gi ?wing tei leney -n the part
of the ?"? mer [?ping Interests to
Iry throug na 01 an? i her to ?m?
isa the gron tl and di */< loi n enl <>f
the n "??.? boating Int? ind In tlms
? ill} put them ? ? ? -?? ? ?
! *? ? ? ? , action
rt of I t n ?>> may
be J ' mot il men ccr
have '"-en ackward '1 the know!
? ?lire of the proper handling Of th' ::? or.ift,
MOTOR BOAT OFFICIALS
Manv Clubs Have Recently
Elected Boards for 1914.
Mai * ? I ? clubs have recently
e i ? i. rds of officers for the set
? ? ? ting the
folios '
Rayo ? ? ' ? ? ?
rommoalore; II - a H
roe ? ' ??. aldron, l a
aecre- I
lai
I
? rewi ? ire; H.
!.. Ilorton, rear ? m? " ? :
\ I " ?
t?. HI . ' ?. v. II
? ?
S'orth H ? ? ? ' a '
! ? ? . ? plain; J. J.
' ? ? i i \?, .??
?
?
? iiiiiiiin.:. re; .1. H. B pa; J.
? - . i i ?? iii?-,i Rohir? ii . |
J. Meyer.
I )lan,l .i ? ? ?.?-? ??. IValtera,
? ? a i ? '
-..., -?.
i.. M.
? ? . ????. . 4 vaien?
? ?'..?
... | . iptai -i
?
'? III lam P. Cm**
- M
?
I Ii fin it a? . ' \ M ?
liona ? . .i ..??.. ling aecreta
EXTRA FEATURES AT GAMES
\ 7th Regiment to Have Tent
Raising and Wall Scaling.
laide from tl" u n ev?
of f?al tri ang? d for l ?
7th R? ? ' ? imea i exl S iturd i? Tl
1 m lude ??.Ing and wnii scaling con?
t? ?? hospital litter race heav* marching
? ? ? e and roller skating relay
race, all of srhleh help tn vary the mount.
I onj "f the ordinal,p traj k ;m<i field ?venta
in the Ro-yard handicap rua '?. A. Car
???..n end E 0 ??rauf will Mtan from
Bcratch end ?rill attempt to lower Paul
I grlm'g record.
.i .i. Elliott, Hie boj wonder Kith tii*
neigh ta ail| ahow his akill with the ?;
pound shot n<- i- putting forty-five feat
and working bard '?> break i>i?k Bhel
,i, ? ? ., ....i
i M,. of the f of the meet u ill he
the la " . Is Ii It itlotn n ? h A new ? i
..i.i \4 || be .?n- mpted '? iih su h ? ntrles
aa iv 'l Kaiser, R F Clifford, i: Remet
i ; Rei :iii i hampiona, snd ol hers \
t.?? record win no doubt !??? ratabllahed
lartf, beside? leopardislng their own live?
and t ?i llvei of their crews and -gnesta
? .- been a constant sot r?*e of an
.,? . .- si ?i arorry to captains an?i * ?ta
arge steamers
ah th.tor boatmen on i?*.e Hudson
"? the el
? River Vac1.? Racing Associa?
. i? for tiie il pi
adron, It
?
to I ? I ard < examt?
n? r? t hat they i tied to Igate a
motor boat tha I given a certll
? ate of ? ffldem ?. ??>?-;? ther a Ith a d
hing pennant
That e;i.*h owner mi; ic ?IHelenl
In handling * la ho.it, t? sir:' lion ?aks are
- gl ?-n dally at r?ne nf th? ?av?rai
which every person Interested In
motor boating is Invited to attend
The list Of ofTWrs of the Hudson River
Division aa follows: Commander, Prank?
lln r\ Pratt, Colonial \u-i.t < b, IVew
Turk City; vice-commander, Worthlngton
Tappan Zee Vachl i ",-.i>. <\. ? I
Vlew-on-Hudson, N v. *? etai ' W.
Ma shall, ? "*.i-.' i ih No ;*)
Willi, i al '. Sem i'ork Cit;
i.. Huatable i oionts 11
iminers, ? T.
'.'-.-. * ? . Mo Boal '
V'iik City; i. ;iuxtable, and If,
rburgh '.?-'? Club, Nee -
I rgh, N' Y.
YACHTSMEN PLAY EUCHRE
Fifty Tables Filled at Motor
Boat Club's Card Party.
The New Forh Motor Boat Club house I
(Hied to ti"* limit last nlghl ???ith th?
? ? -t<=. '.?.ho attended
the I * * it euchre held in the
? - clubhouse. The euch ? ??? euchre?
? - . ?. led, was a distinct
Innovatloi . t wai I The !
table?, fifty In i four |
? each, and th? gama waa placed ?>-i
the order of military ? ? Ith th? e\- ?
.*? ' * * ? || *r ?-. iplol
? g to the next table, the ?ame co?i;.:.-> ;
oved ai<? ind to the dlffi ? I
:., lea tog? ' ? *
Bach tal ited with i
? ms hung from two lupporta a ml
the middle of ? ?? table The win- ng
took i pennant ? ?ved oi to
u 11 tabl?. until ten games or ? ?
i. plgj ed Bach mea i i
?Utes, nri'i the team ahow?
log th?.i peni inta ?ron.
T? ? er? * .? .*'*<i
New York Loses in Curling.
March - ' The Boston I irl?
? bonaplel ?i ?? def? ated Bt, ti
of New Fork, last
n s match for lb? Royal Caledo?
nian medal
Ta '? rink were plaj ed n.??ston win?
ning both, ? or? of ""i to H
Metuchen Soccer Team Wins.
|| tUChen V ?! March B Tl a M?'
I'.iotb.ii! ? 'lu! defeated ,
? !. am hers to-day
ors of 2 i" i
Bragdon and illlfillan ?cored ?or ate- j
moto?Tb?FI
ARE AUEADY Bl
Enthusiasts Look Forv
to a Long and BUS]
Season of Sport.
MAJORITY OF CRAFT
NEED OVERHAUL!
Damage to Paint and Varni
Common Result of Storag
I'ndcr Canvas.
Despite the fact that last -,,?.-, ,
' ' ' ' ''?'?'. UM m
" ?:'??'? , ?
? ' who at t..? least risa la the
p"r',t ,w tfll It may be the ?,
"f ?''', ?- * arith
lown I
i?..
1 -tees th,- ?
" ? ?'? ha* ?
' " ' the h
?
.' '
i majorli
i Uttle i ttra tin???
t'Ped off
'
' '
' '
'
'
?lown a
'
nay?
'
I :
aren?
I
.
? ? ? ..- eg ;
-
i learn h
? ...
? ?
I
? th.- ?si
" ' ' ' Of iT"hl
tl ?
other men | t I | ?
For tl a ? * ti'it t
time '? .
? II
? ?i?? rdag
i
Examine tl ., ? ;
KM
all the be |
bare wood ? ? ? i
the H "f whl
? ? ? ? ne
break up the i?. ? ?: ? i tt
r.iu- lip eed oil end I Jap;
dryers I sa ?
piled. bongo
ol i _. little Press]*
? r i..
turning ellos
All bright a ? 'papen
(Is w-atl
and 11 should b? I to i natun
olor by
I ?hed o
??omnioti ? eg ??? T I WO : PAUt
....;, ? tat '?'.
.
? . . , k
i ' ; . r Uns a
carefull) gone ov? la
t;e,i whi ' ??<it ? ' a '.h'- honor,
a Ko.'.l antl-1 ? a" ^e P-*
..if' an snj * :*
??i-~???
MOTOR BOAT TRA0E NOTES
Side Plate Rudders for Ne'*
Sea Sled Runabouts.
teratf
? i
?
bouta manufa I ' *' O**
? a ton
... : V typo
I a r.-**
lar. se ??
pet '.' *:?*?*
.4 g] utem o
'
'
... ' .
??.?t..,,.. f.
a no te.lv ?v
*
Tl B N l? l
Boat " " ' \.%
ie propel ? ' ????'
f
....,,. foi* | ? '
h? r? with - ?
se?.-ru ?
? ? ...
p. lier Bhafl
la carnea?
:
D .:*...* ?
?S '
? d? : '
on b> "
n;,i,\. ? -
? ?
uaed ' '
lereat? I ire sure 1 prt
equall!
ttcal ?-flWien? ? ??
Cost of Putting
Boat in Water
Ihe emtlm-ited rn?f of putting ? SO foot
rrnl.er into < <>miiii??iiin tollo?*?:
M IL. while load IBM
I sal. rmv HasSCd oil . ?5
'-.?sal. tnrin-ntine . ;i0
I <|t. japan dryer?. gg
i ut. poeOA \?*hit?* . 1X1
I ?it. ?|iei ill deck paint . M
1 gal ?gee I nrnt?li . 4 "i.%
i it?, pawdaeed eegge? . i tin
i n? ntilting . nt
I ?mall cnu engine enamel . :t0
.", II?. ?Seal < <>mpo?itli?n. I ?H?
I 11?, ?nulle ??Id . IS
1 Ih. .-ilUnu- cotton iflne). I?
I calking or nuking iron . In
I putt.-, knife, I"* in . M
I ?i raping knife. S In . :?0
| i alilin-? ?irupei ? ... .'0
I d?i/. ?heel? ?uiulpaper, ?Ire ?> 10
' i irltoruailiini i? br??, in?t 4.V
per Ui>/.?
: flat .iln.palnllini.il.-? . 1 :?0
I Out I in. paint hru?h . tl
I flat ? ? it?, polst hrii.li l.\
i flat t in. rubber sal vntnlah hni?ii i:?
I ?et ilr? batteile? i unterpronf)., 110
t ?i?? i at el ?h remover . i -O
Total
$m :o
-ON BOARD THE WANTOKNOWr ^
Mr. Motor Boat Owner, note
When Doe? Your Boat Go Into Commission
trick." of fitting out
^^^^^ _?
^^ H?ve you ?till to learn ?orne of the ^^^^^^^^^^^^
to. you will le?rn it here. ____.? _W intend to buy ?
Maybe you ?re ?ntere.ted .n new _o.t. - <'r..'nointer." on the
.econd-h.ndone? READ thi. column ?nd get .ome Po.
boat be.t .uited to your need?. It will be m
THE TRIBUNE
SUNDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND
address ah ? ?omraaakstioBi lo
MOTOR BOAT EDITOR. N. Y. TRIBUNE

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