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In First Round
fsiflt?* V1? Come Through
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I,re, Streheijah mid Piel
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il t'| ? i- . hflpi
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I" led, (hit n-ti'upl ;."i I" mg
I rit gn m i
? I brills; ibout a derl
tin?ugh with flying
.1 W I .??', the Harvard Club
i- ? i. ? , ? preii it to ?Hin
? ub, by
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'. on pincement
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I ? '.? v .is won
i, I lolumbin Club,
' . Harvard Club, by
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mal che ? i hal nocossl
t- ' me was that In which
i-i ? I'll !. }r? New York At hletlc
i T Nourso, Harvard
? of 18 15, I,, m.
I .- ?' .i--.il' In the match
- - ? und ability to
out of position on
Nonrse captured the
....', in w I. ifli Piel waa slow
I1:?: got his p>'t shots working in tin?
game, hut every point gained
? r o hard fight, as Nourse
iras playing at Ins best. It. was a
eli ? struggle until Nourso committed
several ? iward the end of the
game. Nourse tired badly in the third
game an.', was helpless against Piel's
The summary follows:
Annual Or?"-i ("lass It. National
fc?eocla?on Championship Touruamei I
trnmd). 1 t per tit l( F \\ t'la mi ....
r.nb. defeat?*! n A. I. Sin,! Harvs I Club. 1
1? -4. A. Pltkln, l!ir. - : ,
fr.?m W A tar.is. Tsk- Club; S 1> Shaw, Colin ?
rjtub. w,-*i t> default from L, Bradfnrd, Y- ?
J !" ? I'Rourk ? Yale Club n
John C"rbUi hf-iirl Club: '? A Wll
hi? Oui lefeated '.: B Heanpstoail, 1 lie I
1?-?14. 15-4, J. N. Colo. Coll
0. H. n.-*-l. Harvard Club. 15?-S, ? 15, 15
8. Wainwrtght, rale ( defa itt from
B H. Hart..-.!. New Tor? A. C O Piel. Non
T-jr's A '.' . lefoated C T V tl so, Harvanl I
l??is. is io ? ? n ??:
(eared T ,
j '' ?
Harvaj-d C ub, '??
Columbia Clob; ?J B. I/elghten, Harvard
fault from E. J. ( I V
Le.? : ' ? - ' -
I, 15- !! I' Harvey, "?
?on by default fn re R A. Keal '
lub. won by (1 ?
Var, K'-y.. Cornell '" h C I. Mai
dtf-??:.rt u I Qrionell. Harvard Club, 15?11,
IB?11 ?I r Crus?, s-, i.-.i ("lub, lofeatcd A U,
j 1 - . .. ? ' ?, 15?-11. IS?K II. L. ? ???
lot?ate I \\ Plat! Harvard
!, 15 ?S ; J T Pon.
by default from J. O'll "
i d II. W Waruor,
l.'olumiil? Clob. IS 8,
IVo Good Soeeer
Games on Selieilu?e
For Loeal Fans
rson, N. J., and
fork ?'. i . niul
i ' of Rroo? lyn will
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14 i . ?,
in the Cup
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William Wallen, of Great
Lakes Station, Sets New
Record for 440 Yards
The interschola tic water cm I
, ? j Princeton Univei
on Saturday in the
irokaw Natatorium. Considerable in
ei -at attaches to it, for it is ono of
he three meets given title and rank
ind upon which i? based the yearly
m of Eastern Interscholastic
.'..-: rr.pto- ?
* . f the high school star? who
:omp-?..<sd in the recent ; eturc iri 1'hil
? n '? tndidates, but the
\'< w York entrants count ? n ?? I g a
? "".'?r showing than they then aid.
!'?<,?/ ?edil not be handicapped l>y con
y v. ? re
?ania ; ? Quaker Citj
?' of turn
v loi * by very
' arfOf? ?
. ; represo tat
,1 ? f?d '? ' . I ? pi '.I'll ! ' 1. ? .- ?. ! " .i< '
' ? ' Prep.j
lion? and .'' rriii, of Kraamus Hall;
, !.- .." g, a ?I Baacko,
?f llamii?. o Institut?.
The first airlmm ng record ?t the
??on uva? hung up by William Wallen,
4 the Great a! ei tfaval Tn
itation, 4-10 yard rentrai
t, >. 0 - , ? ? ' ! ' -' ?reek
a tl * It foot - -.',' ? D? dt A. C,
mark I n 4 ;
I t,. I. ?i
Uildn ' ?r-old
<t-'i 10' /?.")? a It"? 'lay, ?a*? in I i
?laute : si - 01 ?l " " '?'' ''?"'
????.i ajf - ? <.,,, bu ,.,< flociatjr, and tl s
??s i? elitMad ?? the faateal - ei
' *? * , ,. ?- r? ,.r . ? | ?g?', A? fer ?S j
>?t-j?i figurM v> the claim la jus- ,
??>?4 i'e^ftaielee?, the atralght?wejr
Title Bouts in New York
Now Up to the Legislature
Passage of Box?ti?? Lan Per?
mit! in ?^ Decisions Would
Bring Big Mills Here
By W. O. McGeehan
With the of a bo ?j^t law
I that will permil i, New York
will Bee at 1 ee championship
houts; this year. While Tex Ricknrd
i es his heart and says that he
will itage th expon: ive Willard
boul in th,* West, it ii well known
!" I '?.itly list? jn ( ne
di ? "i" ion of ny, '> I I ?? heovj ?
weicht boul v. ill be held . h re or
hi '?? ibouts
Ted Kid L? will box Wi ?e Ititcli
ie wl.il n 1 ?,,-,,, i ?.,.
weltei " , i it ei ? ? id to i ? ? with
Itenn I - nurd will
take i n nn; i | til] of the ' lei
' Uly t I."on
ird, I CI llnrvi i i- of
hn\ e gone on record I ? | m.
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would aid t
I'ho real i n is that tin
j (j I li!,
beiti ? ,? -i -, , ? -.
liv-3 t ilttc : i men, tlo ' I ' ! to taki
y i u . i ,,-?',., i,, ,, . - ?
Often Oui of Condition
I ' itUU'd . ? ifii'h
ho Is not In tIn hi
i . |, .,
i ' ? ii? i i- h n, ii,,,
fu- : llml ?? " - ' .? m ?",, , '. ,|
Il '"i II ' I.lis lili?!
on, h' i" i , him im' ftii-th hi I i, i?i
' nt nil ici
I ' I. I loi ll'J fill II I fi?| m to
?i . ' i tillo union 11 , , inpinn
i ii i, n.. ,s,., I oui m unions h l.l 'i..?' Illi,
? . i m . 11. i?.' ? p -i '. ' i hi knowl
I ' Ighl b\t lortl l.o
? ii,,!., would n 1
:, i I "??M nn 11,en ions, A el
iboul of I *? m 'I do 11," i ghl
i world of : aid All i'liiini|ilon.i
li "i!,I be i indu i" rl ik Iheli til lo?
: i , I p 11 r | n d S
Leoimri s lit i would be ifo niiough
? in er s (Ja s? a
i Next Saturday
r " tul y ni I minuto '.'??*? 2 ii i 'ond
how ?? . ?? l-'i!? i Kiggin, of
.s V'ork u "in -n'. -s A., .' la ? ie
ol t wi , ", . ' ni.? out as n In-l tic per?
formance when the advantugo gninod
by little '? Seiplo at Lho four turns
is consider? d.
TI o water polo players of Vale,
holders of tho intercollegiate cham
I ?,. -, 11 ?, conclusion in the
horn?' pool on Wednesday with the team
of the Now York A. '?'.. which is coin
p , largely of veteran who were
Winning titles twenty years ago. The
Mercury Footers have not suffered a
defeat in many years, but the New
Haven boys havo good hope of breaking
?.ho long victorious iitreak.
Marie Curtis, a sixteen-year-old
schoolgirl of Detroit, furnished the
surprise in the fifty yard Cintrai A. A.
'-'. back stroke title swim for women.
She gav- Mi ?. ',' i c mo Darby of Indian?
apolis, soveral times champion, tho
race of h?-r life, and the latter only de
-, feated her by a touch in the fasl time
of 41 l as, or within 3-6 of a second
i of the national n cord,
The swimmers of Yale end Prince?
ton are scheduled to ongnge in their
11 '. dual n "'?- nn Sa( urdny at
eton, und upon tbc outcome virt?
ually depends the Intercollegiate team
n. Yale rii ' nad i in the
race for honors, and a victory over tho
will definitely Kettle fcho ques
? Ion ot supremacy,
Mrs. Vonnle Malcomson, of the De?
troit Aqua'tlc ' lub, who recently won
th? fancy diving ?-rown of her diitriol
with th ? fine score of '?x.:t points, has
. (!ed her candidacy f? r I he nu
tional title contest on March 2'.).
?| i ,. ' , "/ ',,,11? Athletlc Club ? ? t.ns
to im'/" drawn n (in/" m Norman ?n.'.k,
the formai Illinois rVthltd >? < lub swim
,,:, , |?" has be? n allowing rapid Im.
provemenl over the shorten dtstancoa
,,, ,| ,i begin to look a* 'i h" will ???.in
b? In lino for th? highest ?printing
The wometi'" national 100-yard titl?
nwlm, scheduled for Him week In i'hil'i
dolphin, baa been postponud until
, I at that. The only contend'?!-, that are
considered seriously are Johnny Dun?
dee and Lev.- rentller. They are not
' serious enough to lose much sleep
; over. *
Jess Willard, who it-, to be seen in
the ring just four days after the 1"- ?in?
ning of t ho long thi est, probabl lias
dono less fighting than any champion
past or pre! ent,
In the first placo Willard is one
liter who docs not like to light, lie
hates the training and he hates the
limelight. Ho fought jusl one lighl
ce ho won the championship, if the
Willard-Moran thing could be called
lim Williard is hardly to blame for
the long lay oil. Thi i o has been no?
body for him to fight. Por a long tii a
Phi terer Pulton was heralded h i u
: uitable o] n muni for W il In rd and an
....,,, p| ..,. made t i egg the hi - !'??'
low into trying - clu with t he
man from Itu '. r, Minn. Subs??
quent e v e 111 int
and le fi s from .1 ? ? It Ih mp v i ?-. mil
the fad tin i n \\ il.lnrd Pull m i ghl
?' n id hn\ e I" ? u quilo us much of ti
? ns Un Willnrd Moran light.
There i: on ly uno "logical" oppon
-.' for ih" el ti pion and ' lui I i Jack
Dumpscy, Wc bIiiiII boo jusl how log!
cal no is when the boul Is over on
i ly ?!.
Jatni i John iton, the boy bandit of
M il h ion M que n' li im . re? u i'nod fi oui a
lung period of hibc nial ion Ju un i i a
waiting for developments at Albany.
if b boxing bill - ? i-? "d the boy
, litiuili! will pi ol '''"I y bu ii'Miiiii'.ini'. a
liglll eluli ni'iin
,i. ?,,, ?ion h ul tin in "-? i" I? ih '
. f M ti r 111 "' Sqiinri ?? m' .h u until i i ho
\\ ,i,,'i. ? ?!.,.., im ii i , , i ivw
.,,,,,,, i ., | , .... , ,i. ,| ,n
i . epini i -. i ul i? mule.
. ui "i i in- i., . TI i' >.Ill ?? "
III tiiuiri ,| . || ..| I , :,' ? i
Lilt? 'hi III i,i , IllldllUI 'i I".
|,n i ,, Un nuil I'l'uli; . ?|llii| on..,
Wi'lllng anil lln ?.vu mil i.. ' .
Aiiilrii A tu Id i ."i i. i ? now n I
11, i h?- 1,'ip Itoiii in-- Ituli ion,
The llliluh ol I,. ,,' , t. ivn lind
Andre. Ami. i ..n ,-,,, pin 11. ului ly i" i'
i,n uh r \ndii v\ ? m.itched
Churl i u Woinovl, Ihn hardy llutij- ri n,
ni the Miinhul Lull ' ipoi ill iso. Wein
i i : tapped '? ndrc on the cl n and i he
i.,;, ivo und ."i-,I o onu dove oui ol
i lui i ,u?; ol? i lu ? ,;? ? and hilo I he bass
drum or t '. Ii il ru. .vli h h il h n
hired i n fui nl ' incidental mush fur
. h - boui '.. I In . had to ( ul the di urn
in i'-! Andre's he ..I out,
:.l v, Johnston ?h i noted for I tv
i ' . , i; r Itodcl woultl be
.-h i mp u.ii ol Iho world While h was
m iiitigiug l hu? i1;! idial or Josh Wil i rd
etime to John un und begged lo bo
? Laki n Into tho John Lon ul ibio,
''Hun along, bip; boy," Mr. Johnston
ropliod to Willnrd ., plea, "I've gol n real
ch implon, Boer Kodel,"
Mr. Johnston has boon kicking him?
?fil' internally evi r . inco.
Sam Langford, the aged Boston Tar
Baby, is hooked up for a session wiih
Willie Meehan al San Francisco. Win n
Sum first visited the coast he ... n
remarkable athlete, an exaggeration o?
Joe Wolcott, v ih muscles and move?
ments that suggested the gorilla. He
knocked out Jim Flynn in one punch at
that session? and in those days Flynn
was not the easiest person in the world
. to knock out.
But Samuel i.; aging and he has never
paid any attention to keeping himself
in condition, I saw Samuel in his dress
. ing room just before a bout in this city.
; He w'as eating dry apples and drinking
water. 'I!:i; was the Tar Buby's notion
' of training diet. A few minutes lat ;r
| ho wns in the ring as n-rilu und v. ido
, awake an ever.
Eleven Track Meets
For Michigan Men
ASS ARBOR., Mich., March I.
Philip C?. B-iri'-lnie, director.of outdoor
athletics at Michigan, announced the
schedule this afternoon for Steve Far
roll's track hopefuls.
Tho list of events as announced by
Director Bartelmo Is ns follows!
M a roh 1 Notr? Maine mod at Ann Arbor
Maich ', ' ' ' ag '?' Oil.
Mu,.,, in '? ai ID i. al A- n Arbor.
Mu It ' i ?? '? " ? .ih "' ?'?"'l'"""'
.?. '? M
At ol .' i' ylvanl? rel?
m ,v no '?. m tlij '"?''. ul Via v''"'
? |) |1 i III ..... ..' A '
,,,.. . | ? .,,,.. i.,,., , ?. Dam?
? t ,? -, il i , i '. ? ?
juin i. ..n.i T Wu?u>rii i',"., , 'aim.a.
Slain for Moadowhrooka
Two moto Philadelphie awlmmltig
stars have joined H e ranks of tho
Moudowbrook Club, and they will com
.? ?, r,, the VVannmnkor organIssatlon
in th.. outdoor ovoiita n?'?! summer.
Thoy are Vio ?UolU and Turn Cowoll.
Harvard Hoekey Team Went
Tlmuflj?h Season Undefeated
w lu n Dm 11 .i. i.i hm : , ' -, ,.
. I ' ,' ' ii. |hu I 'i m, ??: "il I'iil i
i-. i ?'o 11 -, ".' mi Hit i nit nl ii,. | tro ,
1? ,1 le,i Pal i"- i il lui C n,i
..?n I'.M'.i .',?', ?,m l - > lib un un
li - i] . n ' 11 s ? ., ' on victories, i i, s
|l :, ,! ||| ' pllll till! ill" Hint li"' O "
i oil,In Ion . on Ik" Cliiii'.nah mi, ri'i;,,
which the Cam In I i /on was du
pendenl upon foi its prm tica si Ion t,
ivi'iv not ulw ij ' ol the In ?.
I'lio io w ho iiuv the ' i'i "i "ii pi i ???? ' i
lloro ni i in i r e. ii " gnmo with
Pri icoton woi'? much impi i ed wi1 h
? llU Ik' li" . of ' |(| I , .un ,','"i ?i
n played on I hi fi u d v. idth of ill?'
''?ru iklj n rink, On n moi-u ipui oua
SHI-, an- It I (1I1SJ 111 !ll"l.l| HO wllllt *n
foi'inidab o olTeneo Ihn Ci mbridgo mon
must have pro: i ited
! n ' lie o1 fioi big g une of t h win! er
aj;ai n t i ho ir ancien i rivals t com '*? .v
(invun, t he Ei is wi : e , u si . a -ul de?
cisively squolched under lho Harvard
i i Lack by -1 goals to I, The scho >lb ?..
from S't, Pain's School really ca.i?cd
much more t rouble and put up a :lo ir
game than tho Blue, They were ,
posed of by tho scant margin of 1 io 3.
Tho Bt ston Hock ;, i lub, Boston
Colioge and the Ofllcors of t'.i"i?i
Devena were the remaining seasonal
victims offered up to comple'to ihc
Crimson schedule. Two conflicts w,*re
waged against the Boston Hoc1; *?'
C.uh, and the first resulted in a close
and w?!i played 3 to 2 game. In the
second fracas though tn? collegians
did not allow the ciub team the sem?
blance of ?t tally, while they accumu?
lated 3 goals.
The' Camp Devon? Officers were also
whitewashed by a similar count. Bos?
ton College was unable to withstmc
the attack of the Harvard forwards any
better than Princeton, and succumbed
by th" .same count of 7 to 2.
Out of the ?n ire Harvard squad ol
fifi een men ? ni y two wi I bo io: I b>
graduation to the 1S>2i) outfit. fin ?
two aro Captain Gross, at right wing
and Alexander Bright. If the 1921
squad has its own rink available foi
practice, according to Hie present plan.
under consideration, nnd doesn't hav?
to depend upon the uncertain ice condi?
tions of th?* Chnrlesbank rink, it wouli
seem that next your ought to bo anothei
banner year in hockey.
Of the thirteen old men eligible next
year the majority ore in tho '21 do
with two more years of competitioi
ahead of thorn. In this group art
Bigelow, Awry and Snolling, all throt
of whom "tair, d in the last game Ol
i ho boo ioi igainsl lho Or ingo am
A very was tho hlghosl scorer of th?
??III ii e . ? i ? I : < I. * I li a t ol ''I ').' I' '?) goal
to his en.lit. Bigolow '.sas n clOso run
m-1 up in |iiiiui o! i? lorlng uffeel Ivo
n , with nino gou! i. Ne ?> i in this ro
Spool eaine Slielllllg, who sin r,Tiled II
making tho team at tho clone of th?
season t?n?l participated In only tw?
game?, with h total <>f flv? tallies.
Captain Gross rung up three goals it
tb? CoUl'.io U? tllO I'i'iiei'll, while Unco!
und i 'im i? ai'" i lad with i wg annh AI
i.u'i'ihi i ih, i i 'in ion n| lour, piled up ii
LotnI "l III p..mi . !.. tjtnli nppoiiiuitti
In All of ih' above "n .1 i.'ii'.il men
with it" i .. ? "i i "n ol i un mi Urn i
lognl her wli h lluli. "A il? H', ' lunch,
,.ii i, l.oudoi Ii " It, '. nbnl .'in.l Hun
I Hi. Will be a\ llll.ilile III I ' 10
ih" I u II) 111 rihniut! i. m will else
ni oi "in Niivoral formidable cotil riidor
i ur 'v.'ir ii > hunoi b iioxl yuii r. A m on ;
those will bit found Hukui, Smll Ii, An
gier, ! I uni',.,rev. 11, i lt.- i, Priil I, < ?oil,
i , i ,i ;.i ". ich and ' I'Moaly, Noxl
. , hero will probably bu a formal
;i ' " 'liuini.i ihlp ai staki) and
. ' pll ' ! OUll "?!. It WOllId up
pi-a?- th.il fair Harvard has u decided
edge on her rival l,
Eight (?unies Planned
For Pen n Hieven
l'w.h! gamos are included on the
University of PonnsylvtuiU? loajtbuf'.
schodula for next fall. The satin?*????.
doptod compares veil with thews oi
c -oral years ugo.
rin re aro two newcomers on tha
list Pennsylvania .Military College
and the new University of Delaware,
while Penn Stale is once more hack on
the Red and Blue schedule. State
omes to Philadelphia on Saturday,
ov imber 1, the game bo inri the first
since the season of 1916. Franklin and
Marshall and Bucknell have been
dropped. Tho Dartmouth game will be
! '.. ?I in New York.
The schedu'e follows;
October 8, i'. M. c? on Franklin Field.
October 11, '"nlvereit?r of Delaware, on Franklin
. : . - IS, S?i-.:rthtni?rp, en Franklin Field.
Ilctol or ?'?. Lftlaye te, on Fraiikl n Field
N vrinbcr I. I'eini sttito. on Franklin Field.
N.,, luber 8. Darlraoulli, on llio Polo Grounds
N? v \ '
November 1". Pittsburgh, on Franklin Field
\oi ml ur 77. Cornell, on I ranklln Field,
Wants More Money
Wilbur Cooper has not only n pitch?
ing arm but a business head. !i" has
roturned his unsigned contract to
President Drey fuss of the Pirates with
the announcement that he will not sign
until there is an Increase in the salary
Cooper stntcd that while the terms
of the contract were the snme as last,
'.ear that the playing season has been
?hortonod. The lo-is of six weeks dur?
ing the work or fighl ordor lost year
an?! t lie cul ting of ( ho 101U on
mean a loss of more than two months'
salary within two years,
Cm Mock on Wny Hume
Sergoant Earl t nddock of Anita, la?
heavyweight wrestling ohamplon. la on
hla way homo from Fronoo. It was
deol&rod Cnddoek had deolded to
?liiit. wrestling and devote his lima to
operating a Wyoming ranch.
?Kentucky's Great Race Ever
Of Interest to Derby Fans
Nominations for This Year's
Kvent Due to Close on
LOUISVILLE, March l.?Thero was
tu*v,*r a Kentucky Derby that was
wholly wanting in anticipatory inter?
est. Since the year of it-; institution
1876, when Aris'.ides was in his;
: i rime, before Hindoo, of glorious cs!? b
rity, vas foaled, tho greal mile an . a
quarter special that will be renewed
at Churchill Downs on May 10, wit i a
tot il value of about $3G,000, of which
$20,000 will be added money, has- rej
larly been nn absorbing subject; of win?
ter evening conversai ion in all pal ?
"of tin* country.
For a couple of generations 'specula?
tion on !'i" chances of tho fine young
thoroughbreds named from yaai lu
year lo take part in its succ?s
newals has been the favorite off-sea?
son diversion of th?* fraternit\ of
port love i' ; w In, pat ronize ra.
Since I'M)1.) tin* Kentucky Derby has
I.n regarded by the Hupporera m
American racing as die great natlut-al
spring racing event, n function one
should never permit himself to miu ?
It ha-? come to occupy In the Ami ti? in
i-chel?n* of racing a place analogous t?
thai which Hi" great Derby, 3? mli l
annually at Epsom Downs, the winner
of which is al '.".? > hernIdod as ? ho 91 11
son's thoroughbred champion, occupies
in the British And, as the winner of
a Derby at Epsom rarely fails to .ii
I end In" tit'" of champion against *>il
comers, it rarely happen? nowadays
that a Kentucky l'.'Hiy winner nl'.*r
wai'd lowers In 1 crest to anol lief thor
\ot Peal ( hnniploim
|i.?i,"t"iit und II ? l "? "i m.lor, of n
e.'iii l?.,11,y witiiii ' 1 pN?bablj eould 1 1
Im ein "e,',? in ,-i,,m,|ii,,,i . bul Mi i-Id nn
\\.mil Old 1 ""-i.n,i lb ,,,','!, ii,.
nnly ms? .? ? i,.,! ... ,-i ivoii Ihn Derby 1
(Itnii'iiti itulUi mill ' -11> ? 1 ' lui) ?. ..n v i
cu..,I ii 1 Hi- bu il l hr-ai '. - 111 old ?
their i- m si ion .m- i|i - , loped H
. - I (?lipllltl III,I"! II llH'lll ,,1 11.1 I |IO|l
II "n Chin hill Dov us im i m thru?
? i",r ,.?,! m01 1 1 hnl tin .' Km I m I
Dui'b) ??nun i i ?noi gu Smith, Oinn i'
I . mu iin.i li]'.I'-i mlnntor divided
i the iiioiii'y liisi fall 111 tho ?IU 0011 llowio
! ( 'lip, t he RllHl 'S, il fl it the COUHtl ' .
1 : tost I "M" dlatnnco ovonl for I101 a
. ni m ii a 1,. ?. -1 1
i Ut, l( 'en a 1 hilft boon I he unte p. it
! In the horny? of lho past, it
Is a matter of doubl whether thora
0VO1- . 1 lei'l.y ' hO 1*111 : ti i ?1 ' ' 1'
which 1 iiclng folk and i ho count rj gen
. looked forward to with lho live
ly expectation they arc showing In the
running of tho Derby of 1919, And
tin", unwonted anticipntory Interesl
is due entirely to tho fact that
lho Dorby of 1019 will witness n
renown) otf tbo rivalry thai developed
last Benson li-irte-ari K/o horses, to wit,
th?; colt JVtwirvnu' orad th.. golding It I ly
Ko??y. Nominations for tho impending
; t???"fiy will not bo due until next Tuos
"do us yet neither rlfcs*rn:*.l r*?r Billy
, i Ks? y is'in the Dorby ?f 1919, But
1 rfee only eventualities that might pre
vo-at their nomination would be death
or tho simultaneo??! d*e*r?lopmeat of
' poiicil cramp by Connmande** J. K. L,
I Ross, of Montreal, ami James W. Mc
! Clelland, ( f Lexington. Because of
the almost gi ncrr.l proscription of
geldings, horses of 1.0 sex, like Billy
Kelly, have been barred from the
Preakness, the Latonia Derby, the
Withers, the Belmont, the Travers and
the Lawrence Realization, so Cuto is
I no great three-year-old race pave the
! Kentucky Derby in which Billy Kelly
The officers of the N'ew Louisville
j Jockey Club are in hearty sympathy
; with the principle which, has moved
the directorates of so many racetracks
t.? discourage the gelding of fine young
thoroughbred stallions a.id thereby to
disqualify them for the indispensable
service, after they ?shall have finished
with racing, at government remount
stations of siring sprightly half end
three-quarter breds for tho artillery,
transport and cavalry branches of the
: N'ntional Army.
But in view of the circumstances?
I that Billy Kell* and several other two
' year-olds of 19,S that, developed Derby
promise were gelded before this idea
1 was adopted os a policy by tho racing
associations of the country, it was
I deemed no more than fair to defer its
applications to the Kentucky Derby un?
til after this year's race had been run.
?llly Kelly at Laurel
Billy Ki 1 i.v. accordingly, it being
' trained at Laurel Park for a sup,, no
trial at Churchill Downs on the 10th
of May with his lightfootod rival and
conqueror of lust season, and the
racing f raternity la amply just i fie.! It]
believing that ho will gel to tho p.'Ht
lit to run the bent race of his caroer.
Thanks to the unusual mildness of
the Northern and Eoitarn winter,thoro
hit? baldly bean a day nince Billy I'm
iahatl with racing last November that
hu has not galloped In the opon. Ho
is maturing into n.-t handsome a geld
j ?ni' as one would wish to see. and in
less than a wei k he will be going miles
at spec !.
That he will come to the post, fit
i on May 10, barring si :.ness or acci
i dent, no one fami liar wit h tin ri
. t ?on for skill in the hai d?ng oi horses
of his H. G. Bed
tains the lea - was not
re ponsiblc for the . ml of
Billy Kel y last season, Bui he tra nod
the Dick Welle . ? ding ? h con?
s'.mm:i' " abi lity after Com
Ross acqui red him at :? ral
August. And il . i heca of Bed
? skill ! hnl i he :' ? le fin
ished at the top of tin
Eternal, with his stable companion
and possib " running in il -, 'I he Wun
o coll , 0,000 us a
1 early i i i lee :.. r b; Kimball
Khaj yam had at tho I Pattci
son's brother, i I i I". Pat?
terson, ... ? ' .' : :
At Hoi . '- ? hns done
famously He i ? ? .?
doy ai d jii Mciou -voi .... ie
lilil? m n m '??..'? ? i ... i
lII 1.1 I I lo '
piobnbly will havo a
or bo il Onkl d 1 . re lu? is
1 u , fi i- i he
11 ? , :, butho 11 i 11 t h a I
litio ou i Illy Ke ly.
urne 'i oui I ? i
l .... will be othei
olds in ' , Derb II i pi
Indeed, Hint the Churchill Du i .
will al i l'acl w m' Pi ntinnt, I he Wald n
winner; Dc en ?? thi i
(,i\ n mdienp ? Clri ? ? I? . tin! Bh
?. ,, -ii ... i. i.,.,,
I , , , (up ' ? . Dp, I I,,. !',.,.. . ,.
I I ? " 11.' \ I h i 1111II11 bill, thi
[kuMhI ?mum i
l'lllllh ,? ,. m , i n ,' . i, I ,,,.,' |l|
Viul ituy uni- n
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Ted Meredith V
i On Swedifl
Pennsylvania Runner Ex?
pects to Siiil for Stock?
liolni l? a r ! y in Juin*
By Ernest Viberg
Ted M ii'fdith is koIi ?: again to :'?' o
don. Tho groal Ponn lylvan?an will sail
in early J-.-n?? for Stockholm, whore he
will Boek to lower c sting roi
hovoral distunes and attempt to offaci
the defeat handed hi a by Ltolin, the
gr?ai Swedir!? middle-distance man in
Iho half-mlh in ! DIG,
Bob Simns .., king of American hur?
dlers, probal !y will accompany Mere?
dith, and several other leading Ameri?
can athletes expect to make the trip
if ?t can i" arranged. Simpson's join
! ing the party depends upon wl
I his discharge from the army, in which .
[ he is serving ?is a lieutenant, comes in
'. i me.
The writer found Meredith in his
I dressing-r?*om before his race at the
| recent Millrose'games. Tongues had
been wagging. "Meredith, so shortly
? home from I?'ranee, is not in condition;
? he has 1- nt his name to tl
! ment of the -rames for publicity pur- '
j poses; he'll never run."
.Meredith a Bit to Blame
These wore the reports that had been
so generally bruited about. Meredith
himself had lent some color to them
by first announcin? his intention to
run, then withdrawing and finally re?
considering and agreeing to ?
"You're the man I'm looking for,"
said Meredith as I approached him.
"In what shape art? you'.1'' I inquired
after exchanging pleasantries.
"You, too. have heard these tales
that are going 'round, eh?" said Ted
"Woil, ni tell you. I'm In very
?hape not at ray bo '. for I !
had t'me to woi ' ' '.
one know?. Bu1 I'd cnll my condition
fairly good, and I'm goibg to run on
he leve! a i I i
? ,.it else could any sane man do? I've
old you n "?', I - 'u ? ? mi in tho
'. ,j i ran tell foi ?you r ? If."
As eveiv fellow? r of i tbletlci know?.
Meredllh ran a i ocd race, !!?. was not'
h?> Meredith I saw at Stockholm In
1012, nor vi't the Meredith who ran in
Sweden three years ago. But he was
in fnltW '?<?'id condition, as he h?d ??id,
and bo ran well, putting forth an bun- |
Yale Football j
Plans for Year
Still in Doubt
Presence of MrCortnicU lut
?Yanrp mid the lllne-m
of Corwin Are ilm < tm-e
? r\v II \' EN, ' . ii itch I
.-iball plans fer tir^tj j
. -, ion have -uffi i ? ?' I ? ire t? I
ill, tin, ?
, ., |. , ? ,. i :.,, ',.,,,,,, ,, i,, ., I .
? ii? , --.-iill.' i-" ' i la *.>;
i | litttft? III? I ' '
m , ,i football ? fojfl
" .i i
i ?? inn.i n v napl
practical I , ?. i? ,.i ',. i large uni
derail il i detail
-i .,!,. Im . nol .
is."im ,!i-,. Vaneo ?t, ? ? , .si.
man of th i in Km * ? i??-,
and ii i? ?? > a. ""? ed thai - "i ?
hoff 'i inn no, captain !
member of t ha alumni unit! -, ' ad
lii-eii in.i.i.. temporary ?
M ,-? igi r r i,
i, 11 in-ill ? - * tii
l ; l ' ' i ' * V OI '
i here to-day for nnotln i ' "f
I !,,? i ,,:., , . ?*. . : . I tO
m,',-! hnvo airead ? tilled theli ichc lulo?
,s,! h ,? n bi on compelled to dec]
Vale's challenge l 'no of the nui ibor
which *) alo i' i-eot \ tl I ? mot k
i '," ."?,-, ? hich ha i l\? nj ' y. v.'ii
I ual i t y of play and ;
Maj Postpone Election
The Yale undergi ad late i are not it?
favor of i he eleel ion of a football
laptain till most of the rann? of next
Gat es, v. ho v as elected euptain t.
- decides to return to ixt
fall. At present he insists that ho will
grad?ate in June and go immediately
into business, An election at this
I ?me, n i * claimed by tho undergri
nates association, would be unfair The
? d? nt s feel that a better nal ural
leader can mea
of next fall have tried out I era
an ! di iplayed I heir genuine w >rth.
The ' head
coach, to be chosen imme and
the s [u id ? ho
permanent can " 1.
The r' - ?
ni : - i'.nl
Jones, who la?t
'? ! .
Pro ? r Rob? '" M. Coi
the ?le A
day i in
be oi de?
lay m dei
i une his du i
! ,n ,ir Sinn le < lach
Ha rva rd. 1
? ' i
ii decided lii I
pin:, -i i ?
? i i . ? i.
i hi- |ii-i'v|u \ ?
lint) I , ||| lo IJrllWI
I hi? |
lllttll t-Vt'l' Il
? effort. I - "
? I-, a bit
\ ,: . , . i
' '"fl '
r lho day I.? ,.?
I .nn" Ho told i im to
- on I'nr a r?-al "c nn
the half rnilo and to rul
les the i ho will dp
"|", off hW
abi s u if! i- he read i navla.
that v. U o at !- ast two
. and during thab
? in preparation for hii
rum . -, which may not tak$
place until Augu
Arrangements Inder Way
The writer, in his capacity as; rep
in thi? ? ' ry, bo to speak.
of the athletic interests of Sweden?**
and in his connection with the Swedish*,
Gymnastic and Sporting A ?cia onl?
-. d Meredith that I i ret im vi r
to Sweden would i - made possible. Ar
rangements for Ted's tl ?r-$s,
of the . tocki olm tadium, the
already are under way.
Lie ' K
to the writer a desire to *v
? h", , ?
military duties do nc. interfere, Simp- .
Stockholm again this coming summer.
It is quite possible, however, that
he would not sail with '?'
ably some weeks later in company
with several other athletes who may
Several tra^k m?*n of considerable
prominence 'nave requested placea in
the party in th" event of another visit:
in group by American athlete*? to Swe?
den, and these men now ire beinr
ared. In the cut? of Meredlti
and Simpson I could : ivak foi ?
ih organization, hut Ernie Hjei
i.'-rg and others at the he (
h ? ??? ? m Sweden ran :' decide th?
lion as to w hat othci '
BniC6 to Meet Sailor ?^
Tho return w re l
Jean Bruce, the form I ?
? . pion, mut ; i ' -1
navy "Strong Boj ,"*.?''? ?
the Crescent Theatre, Bi
Tueada) night haa aroused unuawal
interest. Bmlthaon Is now fully con?
vinced of his ability to defeat ttruoar