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Ifancy of Bicycle Fans Now
Fondly Turns to Newark Velodrome
"(joullet Wins Awheel
Before Big Crowd
Outsprints Clark in Match
Race al the Newark
fHE FOREIGN PROS
HAVE A FIELD DAY
fjBpuv Beits MacDou?all In the
Brass.iri, Cup Race- Spears
Shows Speed Oalorc.
*, the Australian, de
?,!?fa ?"?<? * farmer
?????r SB -\iTeric
?h race a*. I
.?j \ t afternoon
. -Ided In ta
*- J to go around
Gos'alrt at the ?tart of the last lap of
' n went
, made up
erovsi -as n
? John M. Chapman,
ack a? mar.-iger ? I
i the suce, ? ? lato
kill?, d a
.[Thousand a Day
for Jess WillanP
cibles Still Invincible.
*i Order by the
Look for the sites
[ Bottled bij-E.8. J.Bu"'rte
? and Ten
[FLAIRS BY EXPERT MECHANICS.
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*???? Swimming School, 19 W. 44 St.
for the Week
Misnd-i?- itftrnioon. Inri? William? ??.
.l.t. I? Il -.nli.n, itt llr.i-.t.lMus ?porting
t ,;. ?
Motsitns crossing, Voting Hl? Urs- ...
Kiil.o Hoss-inl. m Iba ?".?nu?:. \. < ;
Woo ff rf 11.in,Mi s? Huts ?>ur?lnrr, at
tho *s ?in.lorhilt V (
Tuo??1-st, Iinirh Hranilt ?? ffattllng
I.ahn uiul tss?. ?.tlicr Im r??nn?l bout?,
at Ihr? llroii.lss its SptSrttS-g ? lti(. ; Drums
KIiIko ?? \tuls ( ,?irli?-?. ut (lio f.lorln
\ ? ; ?ll-Mitr cnrtl nt lSrotsn'? Q-pBV
Tliiirwtfrij- night. Johnny Isllhaviso ra.
ISonns laootianl. I rurli < r?.?? s. l'n.-key
llomino.s . ut th- l..l.Tisl A. 4 .
DAVIS WINS ON
Defeats Schmidt in finals fur
Exposition Golf Title at
m rVprl] 25. --Il.irrv K n
0 Coif C| .
Francisco, ss,,n tho Panama-Pac
p to-day by
Brit Ian amate? ?
i i ana, W? si
rimpion, out of the present meat
Pavis is not will known outside the
| Pnc.r.i- Coast states, but with splendid
i poli ?von his niaU-he? hnndilv in the
? liminntinr? H. ?
formerly national champion,
RACES FOR SCHOOL CREWS
Added Feature to Yale Spring
Regatta on Lake Whitney.
New Haven, Conn., April 26. An add
- ..al sprinp regattl
m Lake \\ hitnej
on May 7. will ; I ? he partici'
. the Springfield
noun? ? - ' The Sprinpfleli
Il row tho serom
il i ? ?
?! will race the first fresh
a Kockrircimon Club wiJ
: the clans cresv3.
ill bo about one an
Striking Finish of Two-Mile Relay Race on Saturday.
i I'.ipvrlaht. International Newa Service)
Mackenzie, of Princeton, the winner, is seen falling over the line In ft blanket finish with Campbell, of Chicago.
Not Necessary to Break Tape
Many who ruier Princeton dcfe.v
the 1 ? elay race at t ht?
? itj of Pi i relay ear?
nival on ' the judges
erred in declaring Mack?-:izie, of Prince
bel 1, , ' :' ' 1. i
med to be h general opln
.* ?m Mackensie dul not break the
tape, but fell over the line, he
should not liavo 1 ? ' ired the win
r that reason, lut tho athletic
the I. C. A. A. A- A- ero apc
?. end declare the
rely ror the un dance of toe
? Is is tho rule :
"il s finish line al all be
the ground drawn across tho track from
finish post to finish post, and tl.o men
<> placed In tho order ia which
Brooklyn Celtics Fail
To Shake Losing Streak
Yonkers F. C. Scores Shut
Out in a Game Played at
Celtics are in tho
treak. They were
? nais, and . ?
? 'val, Brooklyn. Tho scorti
?? Ith a
?Merline players as
? from the line
? manager, had to
? to ef
red by tho Celtics
? r play hud itart
ti oadbent a ? han- ,
"p? nalty area.
ft for tho repre- -
ty, took the
. . ? ,i converted it into a point.
ie or,',y point scored in this
Raitt, at goal for Yonkers, did
? ? ' and on several ocea?!on:.
ted the hum? contingent from
Upon resumption of pi'ty in the sec-1
- ( errer, at centre.
I ft the result of
" ites of play
keeper of tho
n account of ill
? ell, at
i loft for the Yonkerf? elevei
from the ,
?i injured knee.
in capturing a ehampioi
I ?? in the U S. of A. ?
? y are
I ? . :
. . .
i . I
. n McDonalds of the
I ? third
? urn New York
? ries by
I t'i il. The game was
feature ??f the Kane was the,
?f John Gavin at (real for the
i the ?target of dozens'
? f wel n the part of tho
forwards, but was equal to
y m every instance.
The ? f p? rit came ten minutes
. ion Frank Flem
centre? eon?lied th< ball in
l, ai ?I, rushing ?iou-i,
?? long shot into the
.1* r. t ;.. P ..iiior,. i?a.-, v : ,
l: ft .. .. Hollen?*,!,
.I. H.II Mir
.n. li .
.I li. Ma ? .
ted in the
l? etroj in Football '
League founds of the White
? ib, ??? Astoria, yes- I :
In the first irarno tho Germana ?
defeated the I. R. T. Strollers by a
score of ?"? to 1.
In the second ciiini. the .Subways won
? ' M.on.s, also by a score
of S to 1. and earned the right to play
? toe G i man a in tho final round
on a date to l?e announce 1 Inter.
In n New York Stats League fame
at Nepera Pari-, Yonkers, the Conti?
nentals easily defe.ited the Hollywood
Inn P. C. by m pcoro of .") to 2.
Entries for Monday
at Havre de Grace
? for tbraw jrar o','? a.-d u-?
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SIXTH 11.*.? "i. -i-'..'.'ti ?. ?or tmrjear-o'Ao. l-nir
- . -Il
? M, .
... IM ?Hill ???(r.-.-im .
n h i.r Kers
? Laoura .lis
?Ai-l-ni.-' ? m <lilmr<1.
?they cornplrtely cross this line. For
of elding the judges, bul
si ?,. ,i thread shall be
tho track at tho
It is apparent therefore th:it Maeken
1 not have to break the tspe, but
: the accompanying photograph seems to
' . c i. * 'i ? i <j was
j not tl the finish line
mphelL In this
irward In ? last desperate effort,
I while i t breasting the
! cutting into his
I* would ??or-m from this picture that
Campbell completely croesed the line
'? was nido to draw his
ENGLISH GOLF INVASION
Mayo and Duncan to Sail with
Vardon and Ray in May.
iblt? to Tha :
London, Apiil 26. In addition to
Harry Vardon and Edward l?a; .
moro of the leading English golfers
il for Amend on May IB on the
Lusltania G-orce Duncan, the Hanger
Hill professional, and C. H. Mayo, of
Burhill, having definitely decided to
compel open champior-hip at
Haltusrol in Juno.
It was no surprl .?' to hear that Mayo
was to accompany Duncan, ns the pair
V tinie'l ltl
foursome (fames in different parts or'
the country. While i.ot ? brilliant
player, the Burl onel e-.m be
to p'lt up a useful punie, and
.??hould ?give a g?
In the ?' or and
. ?'.raid will .
a by the ?-nd er" this week. I
Hearn Shuts Out the
St. Louis Fetls
Louis, April 25. Ths P I I i
Pads ?hut out St Louis hero to-day by
a score of 8 t?? 0.
Hearn allowed ths
hits, but ?
?vrrk sad Hearn's ability to pitch ?.-.i-ht
ball when ths ba.-es ?aere occupied pre
?".1 ?.ho home team frum scoring.
PITTSBURQH i . r. : r U ?t*l ; i*. r?
ahrh po ?t ?? ub
111 ,..-.?-?? n
". .?-? Ill 1 10 Hrl.l.s.-II. :> 188 1 II
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' 'ik. ?. cf.. (08 1 0
C 4 0 1 4 1 'I
v. rf 4 81 I ? I 2 1 0
e... 4 0 1 2 ens B.Jol r. n -,? 101 I SO
: li Watson, i' . '. ' 'i 1 : 'J
10 0 10
? . , 1 r. .
.?.'. - 0 0')
l'Hait?, y... 100 0 00
isssrisil -r? -r ?
i ?Hatt-*1 for Watsoa In life ?li'Mli ?nnlri?
irarh . 18 0 8 I I M H
St. J/ouu.... ? |.|
Tsvi.-i aas hi?? -I'? ? ?
Mo-arra) Bau # ' ' ? ' I
111*- -? ?:r
; '?-urn, 3 Hit?
? it, i In
1 InnlnK. 1*' * .? a '. by
ll?nni, 1. > . ? I 88 innot.
Inman Beaten at Billiard3.
Melbourne Ir.mnn, ?he Jlr.^llsh bill?
iard champion, met wi'h a 1?:?.-; surpris"
In his first ("rimo since arrivtni? from
his extended tour of the Halted Stet ?<
and Canada, recently concluded In
; don. ' ? I'-ilkiner 3,000 point?
in u frame, of 18,6011 up, tho champion
' lost u ? 618 I ilnts.
Rain Halts~Polo Match.
Fan FranciFco, April 26. Rain caused
po tponement of the polo mutch l>?
tha Army fours of the Southern
t and the gecon?! division of
0 cup? in the unlreisa] tour
i nament her?? to-day.
Roamer Off to Run in
the Kentucky Handicap
Miller Also Ships Lady
Rotha, Bac and Two
Year-OIds to Church?
ill Downs Course.
1911, 1? ft tho Gra irse, '.'.here
Ky. The son of Ki ght I
? Tree II will proceed directly
to the ? hurchill Dowi where
. aral ion for
? un at?
Pai k on May
year-olds and up
i \ slue of
110,000 and v. ill be the : I ,l.e of i
the year In ? po -
sible exception of l
pent his Kentucky Oak* can :
ned ' ere sons of Kmi;
Jame?, i hown up well In their
Was Coijucttc, which ranked with I
Bob Fisher of the Cubs
Hitting the Ball Hard
Fournier Leads Ty Cobb and
Crawford with the Bat
in the American
Chicago, Arnl 2b. iu,b Piaher, ?Chi?
can,,, with thirteen l.i'? In the f'n?t
seven , aeason, leads the
of the National Lesgus with a
percentage of .600, according to aver
agea compiled hero to-day,
hatters are Zimmer?
en in, Bl I iroh, Cincinnati,
.?.'in, Cravatn, Philadelphia, .429;
Doyle, New Volk, ,1'T; Smith, Dor-ton,
Lud? Philadelphia. .889;
Clarke, Cincinnati, .?175; Connolly, l!os
ton, .;?,'.; Saier, Chicago, _I70.
Snodgrass, New York, with five, leads
in stolen bs ?
Another Chicago man, Jacnuea Four
e in the Ameri?
can League, tie has been up ten time?
and n r an average of
?$00. N< Kt erne Cobb, Detroit, A*0;
Crawford, 1 .; Vc-irh, De
'?'? W a .: 191 ; Jackson,
? ?:,?, Philadelphia,
.:i.',7; )'.. Walker, St. Louis, .'.'?b7, and
Janvii . ,357.
Maisel, Nea ?fork Yankees, and John
Collin ; . lead the :
with live .
In the Federal League Cooper, Brook
lyn. and 1.ariden, Newark, are leudint*
with .600 each. Next ar<- Magee, Brook
? ?rxil, Brooklyn, .476;
Myers, Brooklyn, .466; Duncan, Balti
117: Easterly, Can las ' 'ity, ,406;
tnons, Huit! m ore;
' ox, Pittsburgh; Gegnier, Brook?
lyn, and Buba, Newark. .40?! each;
Magee und KaulT, Brooklyn, are tied
fur the stolen base record with seven
-harrity, of Minneapolis, has made
seven hits in his first ten times at bat,
and hi ? him away
in front union?* the Aaeril
tion batters. Tl are South
worth, ?Cleveland, .. I . R
Paul, .467; MeMillan, Indian
. ,419; Blatte. Louis
ville, .417; Massey, Minneapolis, .414:
. ul, .407; Thus. K , and
imbus, .4iiii ,
Wortman head ie realere j
ie thefts. J
the I,, -r of last season's two-year-ol?
lillie?. This tn.hs, recently purchase,
by Mattia Corbett, will he handled b;
Jack Goldsborough and her first raelnj
ill be d 'lie over the K
Beyond the statement that they woul?
have to "step soni'" to beat him Golds
nil would venture no prophecy m
to the outcome ol th? Kentucky Hand!
!!?? said both Roemer and Lad?
, I he int? nded givinj
both a race before their different stak,
To a casuul observer P.namer ha?
1 up a hundred pounds througr
ter, end this ad I? i weigh!
ike for greater stamina. B
i to comment on tho speeil
of the little ?gelding.
I lit work outs were in order fot
orou) b'i charges previous tc
ters in 1:18, while Lady Botha went
? nicely In 1:17 3-5.
The Foxhall Keen? two-ycar-olda
?No brought on tho track. These
youngsters will remain at Graveeend in
chargs of the stable foreman. While
several of them are engaged in stakes
el Lexington, Mr. Keene preferred that
the white and bluo polka dotted Fiiks
should r. turn to rucir.j* at Belmont
J i mm le Butwell, the stable rid-- ?
report iu Goldsborough on May 1.
"Camp" Banks la the latest arrival
:.t ths Gravesend curse, with four
? sr-olds, ? .? of A. L.
The only member of tho <iu?r
nk? is Decimal Point,
a brother to Ten Point This colt is
a dead-ringer for bis better known
brother, and looks all over another
Ten Point The resemblance is par?
ticularly striking through tho head and
shoulders. While Decimal Point is a
large and exceedingly well muscled
ter, he lacks much of the height
Ten Point poeeeeeed es a two >?>
This || "getaway" week at Fheeps
1.??:..! Bay '?r the h?rnernen wh.. have
been .-tabling there. S. C. Hildreth
waa the first t" go to Belmont Park
with August Belmont'a atrin**, and the
smuller atables have been leaving
While the Butler horses are located
on the other side of Neck Itoad, and
will not be disturbed, 11 is extremely
doubtful if they will remain, with no
suitable to work on. As yet
the foreman has not been notiried of
Mr. Butler's Intention.
The latest arrivals at the Belmont
Park course are the H. C Hallenbeck
racers, including the recent purchase?
Iron Duke and The Finn. K?l Heffner
has in his care the largest stab
;H? track and i? : | Byrne,:
?ho will do the atable riJi.% this sea- ,
JERSEY MECCA FOR
GOLFERS THIS WEE!
Country Club of Atlanti
City to Hold Annual
Jersey will be the ?cene of cot
petitivo activity again this week, tl
attraction being tho annual open tou
nament of the Country Club of A
lantic City on Thursday, Friday a;
Saturday. Contrary to custom, tl
qualifying roun?l this timo will consi
of thirty-six holes, which means thi
tho cummitteo has some task ahead, ?
courso aaaumlng that tho usually lar,
! field turms out.
Just who will bo there Is at presei
moro or less uncertain, though it ?3 a
ready assured that a number of Ne
' Yorkers will bo on hand. Max Mnrst?;
caid at Lakewood on ?Saturday that ?
wa? ?-'oing to have B try at the Atlant
City tournament. He will have to mei
Maurice Rlsley, who learned the garr
as a caddie thero on the Northiicl
' links. Provision has been made f<
?Avo ?ixteens, and there will be th
u.ual el^hteen-holo medal play hand
cap : r. Muturuay. Beaten eights gj
also listed. Tho committee announce
that tho privileges of the course wit!
out charge will bo extended to all cor
testants from Wednesday to Sunda
At tho Montclalr Golf Club, whet
the week-end contests are again in fi.
swing, the tournament committee ha
decided to handicap along diff?ras
The method of allowing hole
n.1 of strukes is coming into fuvoi
: lea baing to givo two-thirds u
n.any holes i?s tho usual number o
There are those who claim that thi
makes a better match, brcauisa it eliml
nates all chanco of strokes not count
irig for the one player, and Indicates t
the lower handicap man just how man;
holes I..- muat win.
For inbtunce, the f.rst match pla;
round of tho July tournament, all on i
handicap basis. One-half of the dif
ference in the handicaps will Indicati
tho number of holes which tho lowe
man must concede to his opponent
that la, If a man of lti liandicap play:
against a man with 24 handicap, th?
difference la B, and ho must ?tart hit
opponent four holes up on the tirsi
Where foursomes are concerned, one
quarter of the ?litferenco in tho com
bined handicaps will Indicate the num
bor of holes that the player with thi
lower handicap will eoneeda to thi
pair with a higher combined allowance
In other words, if ono player has u
handicap of 8 and his partner 12, u
tied handicap of 20, and tho other
pair have handicaps of 12 and 18, com?
bined handicap 80, there will bo a dif?
ference "f ten strokes between them,
.so that the pair whose combined handi?
cap n 20 will start out three holes
down, as a quarter of the diff?rence
? n their handicaps is 2'?, and the
half counts lor a lull hole.
A theatrical managers' tournament
has been arranged for tho links of the
('akland Golf Club to-morrow. The
programme call? for two eighteen-hole
rounds, ?me in this morning and tho
other in the afternoon. Handsome
prizes have been provided. '1 he com?
mittee consist? of Sam Harris, Fred
Zimmerman, Mort .Shea, A. J. Levy,
las Fairbanks and Koscoe Gaige.
HOYT VICTOR AT TRAPS
Wins Yearly Cup and Is "High
Gun" at Manhasset Shoot.
(if ti,? five man who faced the traps
of the Manhasset Hay Yacht Club at
Port Washington yesterday Ha/.en I?.
Hoyt, jr., (showed the best form. In
tho ?hoot for the yearly cup lie
sma?hed 21 out of his 25 bluero. -
his hi. !. Three men tied him.
They were J. W. Alker, E. F. Winslow
In the shoot-off Hoyt won, and he
also proved to ?' "high gun" for the
day. v? i total of **) out of his pos?
sible 10'?. E. t'. Winslow was tho run?
ner up. with 85, and G. Kelly was third,
with B i.
J. W. Alker won the leg for the
monthly cup with a full ?core of 25 on
his handicap of 4. E. F. Winslow, who
tied G. Kelly in the 60-'"btrd" handicap
match, with 49 break, apiece, was th?
winner in the ?hoot-otT.
The scores follow:
Sp??-u: ?, '.'.t'j. hiru* .i? ? E. r
IS: ?j . j w a ?t
H I. Hot? :- ill, 44 T 1?. Le?ia
(0). 15 W as It tv.iia-ar on tha ?fiout off.
Ma.'-:? ? ?.;? |j: ciar trlnl?. IU-..11 -ip) ?J W
". T II la .
\s..:. ' . \
V.?. ? . ? ? -II. I?
? J is ? E. 1
. . ?. i *'?:,? I
? announces an open ?hoot
for May li.
OLYMPIC BOWLERS WIN
Capture Thompson Trophy in
The Olympic Athletlo Club, of Son
Francisco, with a acore of 2.042, won
first piar? in the annual ocean-to-ocean
telegTMhle bowling conteat for the
t'olonel Robert M. Thompson trophy,
held on Saturday night in varioaa cities
? f the Country and in Montreal.
Twelvu five-men teams competed,
each team bowling three gamo?. The
land A. i" , of Cleveland, and
? ?? I nois A. C., of Chicago, also won
legs on the trophy, which goes to the
t**nm scoring two victories.
The scores of th?? other teams were:
Illinois A C, < hirago, 2,800; Cleve
land A. C, Cleveland, 2JemV>\ ?Seattle A.
?'.. Seattle, :'.,' i irgh A. A.,
., New York A. C, New
?teal A. A.. Montreal,
2,667; ( nscent A. ('., Brooklyn, 2,f>86;
Columbus, Columbus, Ohio, 2,581; Chi?
cago A. A . 2,00*.; M'jltnomah A. A ,
Portland, Ore., 2,548; Denver A. C,
ARMY STILL LEADS
Keeps in Winning Stride
and Team Average Is
Over .300 Mark.
Tho Army nine continued to show
the way to the collrgo baseball teams
. winning ni! ture? of its
gamea ?,: ?I maintaing its batting aver?
age - the .I'.'iO mark. Among
tie Army's ? ? Harvard,
which began its annual spring trip
? ? of tha
In addition to leading the colleges
. ?:, the Army
.eader among tho
individual batters, and Neyiand, the
big pitcher, has a record far surpass
Ing any other college twirler. Prich
ani in livo gamea has hit for an aver?
age of .589, and Coffin, his team mate,
in seven gomes has compiled an aver?
age of .500. In the box Noyland has
won seventeen.straight games and bas
not met defeat ainco being beaten by
Fordham in the spring of 1913.
Harvard is taking a long time In
j getting started and is far down in tho
? team batt'r.g averages. Dartmouth is
: closo up to th-? Army, and Columbia,
Syracuse und the Navy follow in or?
der. Princeton, Cornell and Yalo aro
bunched, with averages of .23tj, ,2'J'i
j and .22*5, respectively, end then come
| Brown, Pennsylvania, Harvard, Am
herst and Williams,
The records follow:
I.YDIVII.l At, IlATTl.NO
? U__> p?_U__. <? ah. a H eu. fb. r ?
- Na?y, p. t 2 .' 10
li. M.lileu.'k. -fe?, di 1 <J 10..
Uamnixjta, &. 1 1 : I 0 t
. . i 1 ? 10 0 1
M ... l'artniouth, a. I ? 4 4 0
rrli'Urfl. Army. a?.... 5 V 1 1) 1
M-rr.M'n. Columbia, aa 3 0 0 ?01 ?'???>
-, Prl'irawa, p 1 -' ! Ill ' '
?of".n, Amt, i>. r 11 8 12 3 1 .'?-?
Dualfsn. Anay, ?b.... 3 6 2 111
raw. renn, lb. 1 2 0 1 t 0
Tay.,f. Byracw?, p_ i I 0 i 0 I
ilurray, Ilr..?,i, 2t> .. * Yi 2 6 3 :
n-n?r,ti, colum.. if-ls. si*, 8 f S I .1?:
Nary. p. ...,. 5 1*> 2 1 0 I .? "
?. Iiartmnutb, ?b 3 U 3 S 1 l ?",
I'arr.tt, I'iartiaout?. p. - f ? 1 n '? I- ?
A-lama. Vary, ?a. 10 <-' l1 H - ? ?
N'.,:.'..)j, B>rairus?a p... 3 5 1 J
Uuati, Yaie, lt). 9 M ? U i
MlU'Ull. Ann.. Ib.... T 31 4 U 0 i
("?.nablis Pjranu?, rf.. :i U S 5 1?? '??
BrVkiry, lia-arJ. cl.. 8 13 i t I -' ?
t, Army, rf_ ? 2? 0 8 6 .
fih??, l'.-ir.i-.trvn. ft).... 3 S i 8 0 1 .?"1
: Kat-, Hinan!, lb. . li 24 9 9 0
.. Hyr-iiuo, lb 1 ?4 8 9 0
?':ai7. Com? i. c. n 81 r 14 o i
... Ilrown. ?-,.... 4 11 1 5 0 1 .3M
C??"T. tiracu.?-, J... "4 14 6 10"
HUa?. Navy, e . 12 47 13 i: 1 ?
?Watt. Columbia -?>.., 9 37 11 H 1 4
'T. l'iaher. Na?y ?',.... U 4') 9 11 0 -
: (.'rhaMt. Ann*, Kb... 7 2? ? :
1 I! '.t.. Arruy, rr. 1 U S 9 14 .31-1
Bill?, rv,.:ie... aa ..... 10 SI ? 11 1 <? .843
: i trUcsifi. if... I 9 I
>., 3 11 3 5 0
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LEAD AT CHESS
Defeat Chajes and Kup
chik in Their Matches at
?U. S. CHAMPION
WINS IN 21 MOVES
Bernstein Beats Hodges After
Seventy-three Moves In the
With the exception of one game, the
fifth round was completed in ?the mil
! ters' tournament at the Manhattan
Chess Club yesterday afternoon, and
! at^tho closo of play Jos? R. Capablanca
and Frank J. Marshall were still in
j the van, both having defeated their
1 respectivo opponents - Oscar ?"hajes
! and A. Kupchik.
Marshall had the easier timo of It,
although he had to deal with the state
' champion, who on Saturday had be?
come a most dangerous competitor by
adding two games to his score. Kup
, chik essayed an unsound sacrifice,
, which ths United ?-.tat?? champion
quickly invalidated, winning after
] twetity-nn?? men
( apablanca had a harder Job on hi?
hand3 with Chajes, leader fn tho met?
ropolitan championship. Q-ieena were
exchanged in a Ruy 1.ope-:, and the
Cuban player, ?? to patience,
se*, himself tho task of wearing down.
i hia sturdy opponent. In this he suc
i ceoded after iorty-eight moves. When
j play stopped for the evening the two
I international players were tied for the
? lead, with 4 "-a points ?rut of five.
A delegation of chess-playing mem
j bers of the New York Athletic Club
were in attendance yesterday, Bnd were
I ?o well impressed with the exhibition
I given by the mastora that arrange
! menta wero forthwith concluded with
I the managers to have three of the
rounds played at the Winged Foot
j headquarters. These threw rounds hare
been scheduled fur April 2D and ?30 and
Hernstein and Hodges engaged in a
long-drawn-out struggle yesterday. It
?wen*; to seventy-three mores, Hodge?
losing a difficult rook and pawi. end?
ing. Iausker and Michclsen played an
.exciting game, the former being a
pieco ahead at one stage, but obliged
: to gira i*, back to avoid bad cons? -
' quencos. A ror.k and pawn ending sn?
?ued, and the game waa adjourned after
. forty-seven moves in an even position.
Tho scores to date follow:
I ? -? ?\. '*/-?' ?
a .... 4-a ', "h-atM . .
' Marshall .t-, '?. - .1
. i .!
? Brrn? ?r?a . I 3 Uvltf. H I"-?
The sixth round is scheduled to be
played this afternoon and evening at
the Staten Island Club, in Bt Oeorga,
with the players paired as follow?:
I ?Thaja? n. Ml*l,?lion. Il-xlg?? ?a. <" ipablaoc?.
, KupctiiX ??. B?rr.it*l;i a-Ml I.?s?lti?r si. Mai
LAWN TENNIS STARS
County Club Season Opens
on May 8?Work at Pel
The Coui.ty Tennis Club of West*
r will formally open its lawn
t'-nni? season on Satorslay, Maj 8,
when Harold il. llackett and Frederick
K. Alexander, furmer national cham
. Hill K. II
Behr, in a two out of three set exhi
' bition match.
? .'ors at the match will be
enter' . "S the pi
on th?? courts with -i canoe race on
tho Hronx Uiver, which runs by the
club ground?, near the Hartsdala sta?
tion of tha Harlem Kailroad.
Owing to labor difficulties, It may not
be possible to get the courts of the
Pelham Country Club .n r?'itdinesa for
the junior las n tennis tournament un?
der the auspices of tho Vale Alumni
Association of Westchester County on
May 8. atjtJSM
In this caso l bar?es O, I'aulding, tho
official i?!' ree, has made, tentativo ?r
rangeraenta to u .rt.s of the
New York I.awn Tennis Club, at K
bridge, rather than ea itpone
?i- and runner-up will
? Yale, interscholastie
championship at New Haven on May t?.
Thirty schools la I uunty
aro eligible to compete but Dot
than three playe r from th.?
samo school. Herbert I.. Bowman, ir.
door junior Metropol -.pion,
who is a student at .Mount Vernon
High School, is regarded aa one of the
strongest contenders lor ths chai
The officials of the I.'. 8. X. L. T. A.
are keenly interested in booming tho
junior an?! schoolboy tournaments, and
to encourage the boys in this fixture
.? ?1 to offer a valuable
i" be known as the Yale Cup,
ty of the school
winning it three times,
?'" new la l nais courts, at 133d
I, an?I Mr. Han v. who coaches
toca* F?change team, hrwo
l<'cured, nnd tiiey will take the candi
?i ban?!, starting with an Inter
el-SS tool ,ir.? several
' '? '* ?liege, ln
Iton, Richard ..,.rr;. aid Josi
F.cg. I'. 8, Pat. Off.
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