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abolish the Stymie?
Sure. But Hands Off the Grand Old Alibi
FOR HER SIDE IN
Spectacular Playing Fac?
tor in Victory Over Whit
' ?eyand Miss Bjurstedt.
PILLS MATCH OUT OF
FIRE IN THIRD SET
kll Make*- Amend**, for I apses
aiih Oood Placement Shots
in Lawn Tennis Tilt.
r, nan Hawthorne.
? ??- fron
l and from tl deep !
a score of
It __? f. ? women
men in all de
* game, not or
ymvite <?'. ??TS, Weaver
_ -all when
? sy cot
*ii game icore '????as tied then
I? all. but
series of brilliant
o next two
agreeable to ,
p'.ivfT? si In spite
- the largest and most
i f the wi ?
r.?t point was ;
Mm Ijurstedt and her partner
?re?id M ' "? in the last
???. T'rc rl's slashing
sd Bull down the
? ually. ?he was put
r rr tren rce into all her
ftrokfr., f. le his ?.ame
re, lobbed clever';.- to
lit, forcir*, O ther I ?? 'r
to ?top the
- cames in a row
? e pro
: charged to
: i ninrkshle
dies wil m her ;
sd the open
? .1 there fin
? eoanted arid
?? *. with
Bull hold ?
s'TiatSc?- ?'den had pulled
? 3, 6 1.
: not handle
?-t b?ll g ?? accuracy.
lithe &ai C doubles, Dr. Theodore
-?ringer rton Weaver
? a brilliant
jtlerr over C. T. M
V.rr'-r ? .*,. __8, . 6.
??-??>-??? ? rmed 1 t m t at every !
meet O. L.
iVtker _? for 1
irn nrrd Theodore
**0*-T?'''* r mntch in
of the Class A
jrtf.fj, y ? ? ?? rre(j xr, postpone
Mubum ha : taken the first
IT2 ?n?*- Pell won the secor-i at 12 10.
T?? m?><*?*. was ? ght out from
Il T. r?rr Srfggtirl
' . 1 si I,
- ?s r,-*-*sb_-i< sir
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_?Slr - r M?han oe
^mimto I. ??4.
Hemple Knocks Out
Reed in Eight Rounds
J.*Y }'??? ' rnla, knocked
.'?viV* and? ?t 'he
i .?'?? Me bou*
ifJS".th?>ughout. and Hem*.
. a left
tfmTl* ' ' Bo#r' ''-?W1
'ee rounds, while
U?r__l cr ]l ?' v> " *' **??*?-? '
"y"? Kid on .
Our Special $1.75
m Gri'.t I ?**"'h
Have No tiquai. ?
Yonkcr? Sporting; Good?
Buwiing Aller,BlUl_ri _? Pool
Tab!? Mir?. H.?ir*_lra. a,
10 In lor. l?._s
LEARN NOW I
Ma_ A ** oiililour ?fttion.
Full of Optimism
[l<> TV le amp h te The Ti!1 un? ]
PHncet.in. N .J . May 7? The rorirhe?
ot the three rrew? whleli will clash
here li.-inorr,,?, ??r ?,,t?nl?Mc !..
night. .Tim Rlre, ,>f Til?Ha. ?.ilil
"?se are meeting t?so gi?ni| ?rest? |...
merre-., hiisk-r one? nti.l har.l to ben?,
lull ??e ?111 in, ,h.rw _, ,h? ,-?.,,, ^^
hase ha.l a goo,* ?teal of tr,?il,l,. ,,|,tl
Ihe ?ni.*?ih nater ?ml the _ma._a._j
r-iit.e-l |? the shnlloisne.? at tko lake,
but, aa?. illil fmm ?rP them row t?.
I>r Spaeth, of Prlnreton. n|_<
"I hase not gone out of my ?ray to
l0?_ um ihr f..nil of fh,- other two
err??s. Inn Hie M.ole work that I have
Seen has l.een of the hest. In my ?...in
loa there will he .?, real race on I a-ft
(nniegle to murro?, nml the eight that
??in? will !??? an nieptlonally good
?*re?s Mj men are all In goo?l eomll
tlon. ami 1 think ??* ha?i> a good
ihaiiir However, I un a ?oa-h. not a
*il?lan Mekall?, the Tenngyl-ranla
eoa?h. ?aid :
?t*OW. rnre s?111 he a good one.
All Ihr crew? neem ahout rvrnly
in.it? In,I t,, ,nr Ihe I'ennsyl? anln
cresr has not heen murh dlsttirl.nl I,y
the course on Lake ( aniegle, although
It will I.?- hanl for the coisisiiln to ?teer
on as ???uni of the straight stielte
whleh Ihe crew? nmst follow.
"nt ?.?urw. our erew Is not go well
deieloprd no?- aa It will ha in gig
week?. We has-? to keep the men
hu? k. herau.e If* B Ions way to
Childs Cup Race on Lake
Carnegie Certain To Be
[Ps T->f*-?; h t?> T?r Trtr>. -
Princeton, \. .1., May 7. The last of
the preparations for the Childs Cup re
puttH on l.r.ki Can egie have heen com
? ? now hut
the suspense of waiting for the start?
ing shot ut ? o'clock to-morrow even?
ing. Crews representing Columhia,
'Irania and Princeton await the
The ruco m*;.r.s more to Princeton
than ever hefore in the history of the
struck'If ? for the trophy, for the Tigers
ey have produced the Best
crew of years at Princeton, The Co
. and Pel claims are I
, but they do ofTer two -
???.dg thut will he hard to beat.
Indications frorr. th-s light work of the
ay were so promising!
that John Fitzpatrick, the Princeton '
r ?ve- and ?? ' inner English champion
sculi?-: ng to go to the extent
t to morrow's victors
will bi "sweep the board in
criw races for th?. rest of the season."
The visiting crews were out twice
to-day in an attempt to re? acqi;-'.
with the p?-. Lake i
? in o'clock this
morning, .lim Rice did not let hi? men
work hard, end they kept a generally
ea.-y pace over tire course for about
. .ts of an h
Yi\ ian Varsity and
their ? ? * ?! work on the Prince?
ton lake at 11 o'clock and put
?? course of one mile and ?
. in a aeriee of Cjuarter-mile
out most of 'he .
: .'.1, or 1 re?
turn. ,! :. better spir.'
.i r-pent most of the after
? tice on starts ami spun ,
Pennsylvania and Princeton :
?rr-d only a few and pulled a
? ? '-.e mo-it of the time.
The cor.tcFt to-morrow will bring
of "iirsmrn into op
? ?'., and will be watched by the
rival coaches with ir weather eye open
for a defenee of their own policies
ich n-* for the victory.
boat I eir contest?
ants as op' ' " short'T. st'.rk- -
ier type *i ited by Urce for Columbia.
The tall men in both instance? u*e a
m slide well for?
ward and catch the water on a long',
reach, while the New Yorkers take a ,
shorter dip with their oars and finish ?
the Ftroke further bark. Columbia's
power Inn in the leg push, while the ;
others rely somewhat more on their
? eh work.
C. Ii. Wood, of Harvard, has been
chosen referee of the race, in which
Princeton has the course nlont? the I
canal bank, with Pennsylvania in the
..:.<! Columbia on the
inside. The course rarely gets rough,'
o Columbia men were the last \
? o f?. ?- ami they have
need their satisfaction. All hands
are kieping their ?yea on the weather,
which is none too promising.
HOW THREE CREWS
WILL BE BOATED
1 ? ?? statistics and boating of the
crews which will race for the Childs
Cup a- Prince! in to-day follow:
HA' ?-?.?_?- .. '22
T -1 K.:.!?*! - -I
? r. -sell
: n ti s
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Boxing Bouts on To-night.
The bouts of the night will be ?s
follow?: .-?ok Dorm?n vs. Ed Butler,
I ?t the Fairmont A. C. Young Waltz
' vs .Toe Malone. nt Brown's (lymnmium;
1 Frank ?e Wagn-vr vs. Kid Queens, at
the Q *h ' S***"
t ..'d vs Juck ToUnd. at the Broadway
Sporting Club; Dan Flynn y?. Jack
l?emple, at the Irving A. C.J Miae
Mane vs. Ray Hattield, at the Um
Park A. C.
HUGE FIELD FOR
Fifteen Hundred Runners
Named in 13-Mile D?ish
EXPECTS TO WIN
But Speedy Finn Will Meet Many
Capable Opponents and Rec?
ord Time is Not Unlikely.
Fifteen hundred runner?, ir.rlii.linn
seme <.f the most famous 1"
men in th?* eountry and nun:1
among then Hannes Kolehmainen, th<*
champion, will -*ar* in "Tii
ng Mnil" modified Marathon
Tic race will start at
an.l ls-ith Street, in The Bronx, at 1:30
o'clock ami will finish in front of the
i Ity Hail The distance m 18 miles
Bntj 200 yards, and a time limil of 2
hours and 20 minutes has been ?et by
ha? taken its place in thr?
sporting calendar, and, favored l'y fair
weather, it is probable that more than
0 spectator! will witnesi it. More
athletes will compete to-day than in
any of the previous eonteats held un?
der the same management, and it is
thai a new man may be disrov
? *..? to represent this country in the
?' th( ;. are held .
within the next few years.
Certain it is that many capaMe per?
former? will match their f-pced and
stamina, and a new record rna> be es
tablished. Last year llanr.c- Koleh
mainen won m 1 hour, 9 minutes and
1-6 of a second. This afternoon, if he
manage- to lead the field at all, he may
he forced to jolt old Father Tune airain.
The Finn's remarkable race at Celtic
Park '.:? : week testifies to his condi?
tion. Furthermore, Kolehmamen has
twice been crowned victor in this rac<?,
?nd believes that nothing short of an
earthquake will stop him making it
three in a row.
Amone the men who will face the
with Kohlemainen are: Willie
en, unattached; Hugh Monahan,
N. V. A. C., who finished fourth in the
recent Boston A. A. marathon; Charlie
?''?re?, Millrose A. A., winner ol
Sea (.?ate marathon; George Hi
Yorkers Y. M. C. A.; A Morris, unat?
tached; ( harles A. Roth, Nick the
Greek, Frank Zuna. Pat Flynn, Charles
de Stefano, Ozanam A. A.; Frank Tra
velena, Mohawk A. C.J Tom Dwyer, Mo?
hawk A. i ; E. Byrne, Bronx Church
House; Harry Piddle, Mohawk A. ('.;
Frank Ruggerio, Bronx Church House;
Jake Maier, Bronx Church House; A.
Both, Mohawk A. C.j J. Anthony,
Greek-American A. C.J Han Ilealy, Car?
roll Institute, of Washington; O.
Weeks, Pennant A. C ; \\ . J. Ilannon,
St. Anselm's; Tom Barden, I.A A. (.;
Frank Fogel, I. A. A. C ; (,. Becker, De
Witl Clinton Playground; George Car?
son, C. Davis, R. Brandt, John 1'hil
lipps, Hugh Carroll, J. \V. Plant and
scores of others.
The struggle for the team prize
will be keen. The Irish-American,
New York, Mohawk, Bronx Church
and scores of other athletic
clubs will be represented. Many of
the public playgrounds have entered
Amone thi ic are >'? ?
ninth Street, Hudson, De Witt Clin?
ton, Tompkins Square, Thomas Jef
. Yorkville, Seward, John Jay,
Cherry and Market, Queens. I
Hamilton Fish and St Gabriel. In all
el-cut twenty teams, or 100 boys, physi?
cally :'.-., will --tar*..
! he runners will be called to the
mark at 1:15 o'clock, and promptly
at 1:t30 o'clock the starting uun will
runner.- will race along the Con
5th Street, where they switch into
Jerome Avenue, continuing along thut
thoroughfare to Maeomb'l Dam bridge,
crossing the Harlem River, thence to
153d Street and Seventh Avenue to
110th Street, east along Central Park
to Fifth Avenue, to Fiftj seventh
Seventh Ave: i
down Fifth Avenue to
West Fourth Strict, across La'';
', to Kim Street, to Record Place
and into City Hall Park.
TRIPLE TIE IN
Bernstein Gets Into Fourth Place
by Beating Kupchik in a
A triple tie for fourth place in the
tournament was hi
about yesterday when J. Bei
pion of the Progressive C'hesi
club, defeated A. Kupchik, New York
State champion, in their adjourned
game si the rooms of the Manhattan
Ben tein, by a clever device, suc
.nmng his opponent's queen
for a ? knight, and won after
11 ? mecen sgsinst
the .?ta*?- champion enabled Bei
to tie for fourth place with Chan
er. He haa also s fair chance of
tying Kupchik for third prize to-mor
row in ease Kupchik loses to Capa
n il round.
After tbitrei-n completed rounds the
standing of the players is as foil
W. I, Plsyera. \V. L,
i 11 Chale* . 6
ill . 11 . ? 1
-4 . 7 - Ho - I 11
fourteenth and final round will
begin at the Manhattan Chess Club to?
morrow with the playera paired as fol?
Marshall a?t. MIcbelBea, Lat-fcer an. ?era
? ' lanra and 11 i :?.*? ?
aft. ? -
MRS. DONOVAN GETS
DIVORCE IN RENO
[B, Nasm ??r I
Ren?, N'ev., May V. On allegations
of failure to provide. Helen If. Dono
' van, wife of William K. (Wild Bill)
Donovan, manager of the New York
! Yankees, was granted a divorce here
to-day m the District Court. Mr>.
Donovan has been a of the
Reno divorce colony more than the re?
quired six months, hut only tiled her
lUit on March 17. The rase was dis?
posed of in ten minutes, a record fur
William F. Moran's court,
i Bill failed to ontr-,1 the suit
i He did not even answer the complaint.
Horace Mann Games To-day.
Kr.tnes from all the local schools,
, ?long with sev< ral out-of-town prepara
? tory institutions, have been received
I for the first luttrscholastie track anj
field meet to be held by Horace Mann
Hiirh Beheol on its field, at -46th Street
and Broadway, this afternoon. The
I ?cnior division is made up o? eleven
races, while there are two junior
rvent-s, four novice and two midget con
C/ by Grant land Rice
In the Wake of J. Coffey's Latest.
II- ' to thr Ska m hill ids to heather?
Lowland to upland and ralley to errag;
Hail, eom of Erin, who gather together
Under the fold,* of the Emerald Flay;
Long have WS waited the old laurel flying
Over a bloke who was fieri with the prod.
"I-'rin go brngh!" is the erha replying
To fate at its worst from the Clan of the Sod,
So here's to thr TAttls Green fslg, me hoys,
And here's to thr Blarney Stone;
It'* up with the cup in a emile, me hoye,
Whorevor the Shamrork'.t flown;
Oh, the lakes of KilJarney are far, me boys,
But nr> rr u *ea can eet rr;
Where Jeems hau the prod, here's "the Cl/rn of thr Sod"?
And the Little Green hie forever.
Willard vs. Coffey.
In any WH!srd-<~nifey debate these few points muit he
1. Willard is larger ar.d stronger than Coffey lg.
2 Willard has much the longer reach. "
8. Willard has a harder punch, having more power ba?*V
of it, with about the same amount of leverage.
4. Willard can take as much punishment and has cer?
tainly a? much stamina.
These points being granted - which they may not be
Coffey's sole chance to beat the towering Kansan when they
meet is to show greater cleverness both upon offence and
defence. Coffey is a trifle cleverer right now than Willard
is, but hardly enough to make up for the margin Willard
has in other ways. The Dublin entry's best chance is to
continue improvement the next few months or the next
year, while Mr. Willard Is wild westing at so much per
The Amount of Class.
Whether Willard or Coffey might win, a meeting between
this pair would bring on a far keener contest and one
steepe?! in more class than any one would have thought pos?
sible a year ago.
Those who believe that a Willard-Coffey battle would
arouse no particular interest should have seen 12,000 of
the Frenzied pack Madison Square Garden a few nights
ago, with some 3,000 or more blockaded outside, clamor?ng
for a sardine'?* right to enter the jam.
New York claims to have the best of everything. Well,
Boston will be glad to have New York drop over this fall
and see her two ball clubs play for the championship; also
to sticK aro-ind and see the best football team in America
win another championship. And as it might be inconve?
nient for New Yorkers to take too many trips, Boston will
send the best amateur golfer in America to New York in
June with Mr. Ouimet, starting at Baltusrol. What other
sports do New Yorkers like? BOSTONIAN.
Giving A. T. an Assist.
In thr spring a livelier iris come* upon the burnished
In tie spring fhr Philly breakers overflow the pennant
"Heinie Wagner back in oldtime form." Heinie and Hans |
between them have torpedoed old Doc Time to s fln
Their total length of servitude is thirty.two seasons.
After Each Athletic Defeat.
Oltl John Frnnklirt Baker trarblr.? rlovn on the f,irn
"Another little hit wotiM n-dono 'em no harm."
Who says golf |, an effeminate pastime? B!!l Klem U
us that he would rather call a close one against Johr
Even or He!nie7.im than have to sink a four foot pi
down hill, in s tight match.
The Red Sox Outlook.
Last winter at one time, via the dope, It looked as if F
Carrlgan had the American League flag already nsiled
the main po!,?.
This part of the dope is no longer as buoyantly Boato
as it used to be.
Carrigan has a first class club, hut with the rise of t
Yanks from bondage unto freedom, the power shown I
the Tigers and the dash now on display by the White Sc
no one club can show any extended advantage beyond tl
rest of tho field.
Unless Wood and Gregg return to top form, which thi
hardly will, Carrlgan has a tough Job to finish first. I
still has plenty of good pitching left, a first class outfield ai
a good infield. But so far Tris Speaker hasn't started
hit, and the batting power of the Texan is the leading fea
ure of the Red Sox attack.
The return of Hein'.e Wagner, one of the game's best, hi
been a big aid to Carrigan, for Wagner is a winning type
a brainy, alert, hnrd-working athlete who is always strict!
on top of the job.
The Red Sox look far beyond the Mackmen and strong?*
than the Nationals. But so far no club en route around th
circuit in cither league has looked any better than th
Yanks, who have been playing baseball bereft of any fluki
but with a da3h and smash and sureness that only brillianc
The Big Four.
Sir:?Some days ago you desired to know who In Americ
had a chance against Vardon, Ray, Taylor and Duncan I:
Fngland's coming golf invasion. I think I can name a
least four with a chance Macdonald Smith, Walter Hager
Chick Evans and Francis Ouimet? especially the two for
mer, who, I happen to know, are pointing their play to th?
day of the American Open. They may not win, but the*
won't be far away. MIDTRON.
It may be that, arrordina; to the old ?.??In*. --Only the
nra-rr? rle?erTe the liai," but thl? will be of no material
BOSBBtaasO if some one el?e Era!.. It.
There are o??a?lon? In every feume when it I? Ju?t a? well
to aiili-atep 11 trimming anil get reuily for another atart.
Such are the fortunes of war and the break of the game.
The Giants get a number of sterling athletes badly man?
gled and straightway begin playing winning ball and emerg?
ing from the rut.
"Can the Yanks," queries R. H. G., "hold up on their
Western trip as well as they have held up in the East?"
Who can say what will happen in one baseball game,
much less a dozen or so. If the Yanks can suppress Red
Sox, Mackmen and Nationals there is no particular reason
whey they should crumble up before Cleveland and St,
Louis, whatever happens in Detroit and Chicago.
Small Fields Furnish Kc
Contests in the Seven
Races at Pimlico.
t.-lr?T?:'! le Th? Tribuna."
Pimlico, Md., Mo?/ 7. A. Turn*
Kl<-burr.e won 'he oriole Handicap
Ihree-year-oldn and upward, at hc*
furlongs, over a lot of good ones in I
race thr-it was one of the outstandl
features of the c7.rd of seven here
day. '1 he fields were small sgain, 1
I keen in the :
The brown son of Orlando spran|
mild surprise, t..o, for he won qu
i m i Kewesss, which showed
-.in, Hiid Bra
Cunarder, not to speak of Isadora ;?
; i of which did not run
th. ir bei t form.
of the .-?even jumpers that we
to the poat in the Fclline: uteeplccha
fell, and Bryndi ?n carried the silks
W. F. Presgra? i I ? sasy victoi
with Escocia making the placo ov
Onlj ' fit to the post in tl
W .i Hand ?? p at a mile and
i [Field, I Hxuli ai
Wooden Shi i in the ord
Gloamer carried off the honors
the four arid a half furlong si
for two-year-olds, but had to be riddc
? 'he end to ' ? le closir
R. T. Wilsi Rock, a-hif
Ihre? rrar ?
\ itlr (?ami a-.' I.?.?.. Buttsrfb ?
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Not to Row at Yale
Mulcahy has decided not to send his
Fordham freshman crew to Maw Ha
! ven to row against Yale freuhmen at
I Lake Whitney to-day.
CLINTON NINE CONFIDENT
To Meet Stuyvcsant To-day?
A Dozen Games on Card.
Schoolhoy baseball followers will find
many Important game? scheduled
among the twelve that are to be piny?.i
this afternoon. De Witt Clinton has a
scorn to settle with Stuyvcsant, and
with Znccirdo on the mound the Clin?
ton followers are eoniident of a vic?
tory. Erasmus "all will meet Com?
mercial, while Brandar Childs will try
to keep up ir : winning s'reak in it.?.
it with ( urtis at Staten Island.
The games scheduled followr
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' ? . i t? Slushing. ,
. Kr_ -? i M li ?? ' -iris, *t Stilen
.1:1 l'rrp ?? AI-phi. s! I
? '?'.-- Til I*-*, ai Writ __rul ?Tal;
III ? RUI .... ?? 'I I>r. I ?, ?? I ?rv-rl . i
Mi I 1- ? ' ? . lili I'
H . i, malen Mail 1 A - Inn?, s'
Jamaica ?s Pater*?-, ?i Pati ?
.- psi Oral.
Entries for To-day
at P.mlico Track
FIRST RAH Belling; two-year-olds
s. bat. furl -
Name. TV| Vim- Wi
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For Junior Track Games.
A meeting of the junior track and
fehl championship committee will be
1 held at the Metropolitan Association
! headquarters, 21 Warren Street, on
Friday. May 14. at 6:30 o'clock.
BIG FIELD FOR
Pebbles and Re?ret Likely
to Fight It Out for the
rilj T?7?grarri t-> Iks Trthun? I
Louisville, May 7. Nineteen of the
most royally bre 1 thoroughbreds in
America were named as starters to?
day in the forty-first running of the
Kentucky Derby to-morrow afternoon
at Churchill Downs. The race, pat?
terned after the famous English clas?
sic, is for three-year-old colts, geldings
'. as, at one mile and a quarter,
and will be worth |1?f,000. A good
<>n!y one filly accepted the issue this
soring Regret, the unbeaten daughter
of Broo-iistick Jersey Lightning,
which which will bear the colors of
Harry Payne Whitney.
A tilly ha? never run better than
?ccond in the history of the race, but
Regret, carefully trained by Jimmy
Rowe, has a host of followers. Joe
? will have the mount.
Horsemen bejan arriving in Louis?
ville to-dav from every point of the
Nsw York, Chicago, Cincin?
nati, St. Louis and a score of other
hirge cities are represented in the
i | ?? ring.
Pebbles and Kilkenny Boy, the entry
of James Butler, will rule first, choice
in the mutuals and Regret will be tho
The starters, weights and probable
7 7" . J UeTitttrt
. 7)7 . a;
Kins. 117 . ?.
7 ? Brj UT .
I?-'? Kay 117.TM'Taifrt
:!?' .Burn mame
" . Ta r
a u. 7 77 . Martian I
) Be?, lit .
??? 1. 114 . |
. M *r
:B..?-r H : 'A ' 117 .j
\ i I IT . J ,
????r 111 i
?? ? -> I* harr ?n'ry 7 licor? J ?
Croaiaal'l? miry. |l'?r?<-n, ? t?
Buries Trinity Nine
Tril 1 was buried under a!
score of I.? ta 0 by the Hamilton In?
stitute nine, in a tve inning game, at
(.. lumbia Oval, yesterday.
In the third inning Hamilton sent
eleven runners over the plate. Allie
Pomeaa and Lockwood (lid not give !
the Trinity boys a hit. The former
made two single? and s home run in
three times al bit.
_? ? o_
Barker Set Record
in Discus Throw
Baltimore, May T, A South Atlantic
record was broken in the trials of the
South 'tlantic intercollegiate meet
COLUMBIA WINS ON COURT
Lafayette Lawn Tennis Team
Gets Only One Match.
Rr 1. -i-,; |g r?. M ?
Kaston. Penn.. May T Columbia had
little trouble in defeating Lafayette in
lawn tennis here this afternoon on the
Lafayette court?. Th* New York play?
ers won every match but one in the
sine'.eg and won by a ?core of fi to 1.
The courts were wet and hence slow,
but the play was interesting and much
of the time hard fought. The best
matches were the ?ingles between Tar
dee and Smith and the doubles in
which Burn and Pardee met Tunis and
The summary follows:
Rlllgl'- . ?r'r,._rl Rrme'rl? I?
l.lfsirM? 6 i ?
? >'rj-r-t ]-,,...., 1.1'. ? > -S. ?-S
I .-- l.?'??-?-. \ttettt : . ?
? a -1rfrai_d
and Von 1 . ??'???/-'. K- ?-.
? : t.-, ? ?.. ? n i. ? 2.
RACING TO-DAY ON
Meadow Brook Hunt Cup
To Be Run For at 1-Day
The twenty third running of the
Meadow Brook Hunt Cup, for hunters,
at about three and a half miles over the
sticks, will be the outstanding feature
of the one day race meeting of the
Meadow Brook Steeplechase Associa?
tion on the estate of II. P. Whitney
at Whentley Hills, Long Island, this
This i? the second year thst Mr.
Whitney has thrown open his gates to
the public and, following a custom of
his father, held a meeting over the
picturesque course. Five races are on
the card, two of which, a highweijfht
handicap at five furlongs and the
Richard Peter? Challenge Cup, at one
mile and a half, are on the flat.
The entries for the 'chases have
filled well and most of the campaigners
at the hunt club meeting? are on the
list. A doren sterling jumpers have
been named for the Meadow Rruok
Cup, and Indicator, which won the race
last year, will carry an impost of 171
Racing will begin at 8 o'clock with
the running of the Rat's Cup, a steeple?
chase handicap at about two miles and
a half. It will he a great day for the
Long Island farmer?. No admission
will be charged.
The officials of the meeting follow:
Steward?. H nry W. Bull, H. P. Whit?
ney, .1. K. Oavis and L. P. Thompson;
judges, W. L. Powers and H. A. Bourne; i
starter, Frank T. Clarke; paddock
jutige, Henry W. Bull; handicapper,
Frank J. Bryan; clerk of the scales,
W. E. Erwin: clerk of the course,
George H. Ga.lL
IN THREE MATCHES
Field Narrows Fast In Inter
scholastic Lawn Tennis Tour?
ney at Columbia Oval.
The interscholastic lawn tennis
tournament conducted by ^ the Yale
Alumni Association of Westchester
County pot under way with a swing
yesterday on the clay courts of the
N'ew York Lawn Tennis Club at Colum?
bra Ovni. Only live boys were left in
the running, out of the original field
of twenty-four, when play ceased for
H. L. Bowman, of the Mount Vernon
High School, the junior indoor metro?
politan champion, was the star of the
day. winning three matches and land?
ing in the semi-final round. He played
all his strokes with plenty of stint?
and mowed down his opponents in
Wggtehagur tnt-t_e_oi>gt_e (Sm lO-adl M Mar
Duffle. White 1 Isf-atad n h
t?s. S?1; W B.
Ma) Holbrook III.:. Sk-hool. Jrfri'r.l K I. 1' "--.
N.-w H i . . II ?. Mia?
?ar, l'rVjjkll! A . l.-ii... lrfrit-1 Ii Maiw-il, In
lug 111. I ? ? ? I High
, -?fault. 1! i. Colw.ll. S? .
High .*> ii... i. i '.ated i: T S. bumaehar, ? '.
5 T; H I. Iliwrrsn. Mouat Vrnio'i lllgri Srhool.
defsat-d ' '? Irving llig:i School. *- -.?.
R - I?\.!,??!? Conkers lilgii School Irr-airt
W r. ?is."'-!. Ploggantfllle Ataamav, ?> i, r - '..
II i Mir? IVr,skill A.?rl?*DiT. --tatted J f
M -g.iii . - Uama rck liigii s-.ii?*oi. ? LI -,
I T Kirnmetrr, I*l???ani?ll'.e Acamaiy. attestai
y ?: : . . H rook High Sebeo 1. ? 4
Sar-ond round Vaugln Uttla, Sea Kn--iu?;> High
f. ?.'.i'.'l A T Mulllna, Irrln* RIA IVbool.
? i. -r-:: I' Smith, Mount Vamrai Hlii'i
won fruru B. Procter, Mamsrniirrk High Srhool. tiy
?.?-fault; w ii Mr-, Holbrook llign Srhool. <!?
frate-1 M Mj ' ? Plait i Rlgn S.-hool.
??0. ? I. II <) Sklnnar, Paekskin A i,|r-my <i?
to-Ud C Sail. Ir-ring High School. ? ? .'. H
I. Bowngj Mount \-: ?? High BdMol. .lr-fe?i_-l
H I. C_l_.ll Sea Rnrhsil? High s.-hnol. ?r I.
?5-0. It s Li'irsils. T-akera Hig*! H.-I.00I. daraatsd
II i SUIaa, PeakakiU A ?l?*-n>. 6 4. * 0. 4 T.
Kimm?r?*i I'lrasartrl'lr A. _.l'U**r, ?lrfratM M K>1
latMr. Msmaroi.r. ? Hi. 1 Hem. t -I. * .1. W, ?
r- High S.hool, .l-frat?l T H.
Hi-rrr- Itrli . 11.-, *;.:...'. 1 t, rr 1
I -I I -?? - Smith, Xto.ir.t Vrrnoti High
? 'salad V'augba Uttla em ttorheiie High
rVliool. . 4, 6 -"I. ? 1 H L. Ho__ii:.. M ?
\ High Srhool, dsYaatad ? ?-' 1 - , i ??
High School, ?> 3. T ., J T Kimiuwrir. Plagg
u.trtlla Anilriii,. drfrainl W E Trottar, Mount
Venn 11 High School. 6- 4. < I
CORNELL WINS ON COURTS
Williams Captures Only Two
Matches Out of Six.
[Rr Nafras* ?> Th? MSaae.]
Wilhamstown, Mass., May 7. Play?
ing in the fare of a strong east wind
and considerable rain. < ornell defeated
Williams at lawn tennis this afternoon
by the score of 4 to _. Williams se?
cured her two points in the singles,
wh -re Cuti?! and Maynard both won
Thompson lo-t his fir-t set to Patton,
but turned the tables on his opponent
in the next two *
Th>- summary follows:
? Ciptalri But er. HI l__f Is'Vifrvl Bm
S. Hunlsr. Cornell,
Korksro? *?' ? 1 1. 3 ?i. 1 4 ??'. ? 1
ill ' n ?r- 1 on rIL : *. ? 4.
! . Wi:..imi. 4 -I
0 < -
11-B-HtMI I - - irfss'rrl
C_tl?r - s ? 4. * 4 1
itel P_j.his.jOi1 1 ni
Entries for Races
on Whitney Estate
SACS THI I ' -p'?--h__a h?n
- ! ?
- rti- Klrphant .. 141
? -r It.? M?ndala? . 141
? Ha ? ,
' . 14
I ' ?
._K'i>M' HA' 1 . -ip. for thr??
? s .... . J j A:.'j! flir
? " M .idmelon ....
? ? :-?? 1 -"..-ii?? 14?
li Hrrman Doria i
: -?- Boas K-i.-rli lio
TU IHD RA' ? THI >TV:WARI)r? ST1 _
? Ig HAMID -P ? .-?? oida a:il up
?.-' para?, |4.0 a: ..ut two icllaa orar ?.he
? ?? ? Hlaiui . ?
. ? iiesrsear
li ? ' .-a?, ru?
roi ?Tit rv y twxxtt thirk mw:
Till. M! AI?'A 1!H"?IK II' \r 1 ' !? ?
' '?a aulas ai.d a hait
i'- <? 1. H-:ro !?:
M J Shanpon l . t . r? .
Torrsdor l?7 I ncaa
Ta'.i.man II '?*?' Cesta. iw
?i? ru rai k Tin: hu HARn peters inAi
- haa* llura-? mat?t, t.O?. Ahout ooo mil*
?. 1 ? l.i'.f on ?h? Sa!
? ? n Mi 141
Z-ll-o?*-. - ? :??>-___._ .14?
BROWN DEFEATS \
RIOT OF RUNS
Athletic Relations in Major
Sports Renewed with a
Victory on Diamond.
one bad inning
fatal to thf green
Providence Men Troop Across
the Plate Seven Tiines In the
TRy T-.??fTa?^ te T*.? Meat I
Provider"-e, B I, May 7. Brown dM
feated Dartmouth at baseball thus
afternoon by ? acore of 7 to I, thanke
largely to one riotous inning, tha fifth?.
In that frame Parrott, the Dart4
mouth pitcher, struck s wild atreaM
and his ir.fielders ? loose streak, and]
before the side could be retired sere?
Brown runners trooped over the plate??
Two free passes, a single, three tr*
rors and a crashing three-bagger by?
Babbington were the contributing
It was the first time the one tima
great, rival? have met in a major sport
in eight years, and great was the r?M
joieing of Brown men to-night
\\':'h the exception of that one ?nn?
ing the two nines wore well matched?
The fielding at times was spectacular,
' Crowell pitched a heady game for
Brown and was steady at critical mo.
ments. He allowed only six hits ardV
struck out seven men.
Dartmouth scored two runs In tha
third inning on clean hitting, and one
more in the tifth on two hits and an
error by Johnston. Thereafter tha
visitors were at the mercy of ( rowell.
The game was played on Andrewa
Field, and more than 3,500 undergradu?
ates and fans turned out to applaud
the renewal of athletic relations oo>
The second game of the series ?ill
be played at Hanover on Monday.
The score follows:
P!k?. If. .Ill : 0'* .wniam?. If 77 11 I ?I I
Murray. 2b i 1 2 1 $ 0 fakfllB?, ft 4St ? S|
.Tnhnston.aa 4<U J 11 Bull. cf... 4 0 4 : ? ?
R-ih-inr. Tib 4 1 1 ?*? '. ' 4 ? ** ') I) B
Donovan c 4 0 1 10 10 Wana k?r - 4 ?> * ? IB
111 ? 10 Tt.ifiae-r.ft 4 ? l I *? i
< >rm?t?y. rf 3 1 1 1 ? ?MJarrtab. a*. 4?2 I ?I
?'rum. rf.. 4 11 140 l'aine, lb . t 1 r> 11 ? ?
(.'rowell, p. 4 19 0 '.'? V\tt- tt, p 3 I ? I St
Total?... 34 7 7 Till Total? ... 33 3 ? 7.4 It ?
Br????r . S?00T???i"
i o : ? i o i ? ?v-1
8?o!en baae-Buil Tl.tre baa* l."a BSH iflnn.
C?*rvlah ??ruck ant?ft <>o???'i. 7 M l'?rrot*.
1 U?.???* on ball??<HT ?"r'iwoll. 1 "IT I'arnX?. 5.
WIM pii.-h I'arrott. Pa???.l hall- t><?i..?an Hit
Sbf ni?,.i.~l tal. B? Cm??, l iWllUa-M *>** I'ar
ka| H*?t ha.-* on erm:? ll-wi 4;
Partroouih. 1 I?'* bajaa Binan !>??
ini'U-i. t. Time <jf tame? 1 3*1 t'raplna?? on?**
a. 1 Kg a?i.
1 Fordham Prep Nine Wins.
Cathedral College was defeated by
! Fordham Prep on the Maroon field yes
I terdav by a score of 16 to 7.
Williams, twirling for Fordham,
fanned a dozen opponents and ellowsd
' seven scattered hits.
The score by innings follows:
Fordham Prep . \\\\\\\\\ \ 7 I
? . - irai Cotises .. 1 1 ? ? o ? o ?? ' I ? I
Hatrirle?-William? ar.il frtavh. Manor.?*- bt?
Whatever your bent to keep?
young, we're bent on your
having the correct equipment?,
For golf?everything 'cept
Cluh?, baila, bags shoes. cape
Knitted Norfolks and kntrkera--de?i
signed by IN and mad? by ua.
H. ofh knit jacket? and walstcaata?
?'gymkhana'' aporta shirt?: also tha
one-pie?? shirt and drawer rombiratlons.
English ?ilk squares In the Paisley
Soft collar?7 stocks.
"Gymkhana" sports shirt?, flannel
trouaera, rubber-soled shoe?, heavy
N< ts. balls, marker? and II Oft pop?
ular rackets. Including our own "Oyrak
I'nlform?. ?hoes, hat?, hall?, glove?,
mttta. masks and protestor?.
"Gymkhana" rod? and lines. r?eis
evervthlng to I'ire the flali or omfort
Cape goggles, d.niers. "S ?.* h Mist"
ove-'*o.?fs < r.?in? roof >. laprohrs. steamer
rug?. Pyrene extinguisher?, Thermoa
Camping and hunting sup?
plies. "Fvinrude" motors.
Canoes; "Explorer' bi?
cycles and "Smith'' motor
How about your straw?
"Offtcifillj/," the .season
ROGXU lYrr C<>mPSW
at 13th St. "The at 34th St
Broadway Cornerc" Fi'th Ave.
at Warren at 41st St.