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(Columbia Nine Bows t
ked and Hlt'c Team Outscores
Vc/f Yorkers by Heavy Hitting
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tfcew? While Players Also Hit Hard, but Tail
lo Conned Opportune Moments; Score K
6 to 3: Hi Kjser, of Penh, Pitches Well
-'i!i *.? " ''?' ?nivewitj ,?; Pennsylvania de
?wd tb > mklin Field to-day. Both teams
::v;:rr v?? ;>'s- ' twenty-?n* ?f? bio** ronidcn?
xail comer Red and Blue led with eleven lusty wallop?'
. " bmation squandered f iioir hits when a safe
D? ? ? ?' ' across the plate.
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prej for the
;>nn slugg ? * ' ocked in four
two inn: Tigs, Van
Red and Blue for
taining portion of the game and
ficulty, some list
.. . - eping the Red and
low as it was.
Mined his hard
? v ? thi singles out of five .
h Mike White
VI ah? r each connected
.,.(.(,. Stack led 3he Columbia batters
? th three - tfc clouts.
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' - ???: v rf 30 1 0 00
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-,.,. ' . 4 Total?
?Batted for Huntzlng? ?
S8 3 10 24 12 2 1
. . 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 x?6
. - 0 0 11 0 10 ?:
- .- in. LI? bgott, Stark.
*?>:--Is>.n. Teiliorrl and
..--.. ilatt and Whltehlll.
Bimi on 1 i ' ,,-> . off Van
-.-:?? ? . sen ' ..IT Roth. I.
-, .- Rrocklin, 2; by Hunt
b> Roth. I. Win
? - ? ?- i .using pitcher
I'mpl \*i asner una Adams.
Trackmen, tt5 to 10
IU0?AP01 IS, Md.. April 15.?Mid
- ;a?r. field ? d '.rack athletes ad
ive defeat to Uniiver
f Pitt ? .:irh here to-day. The
.-core ws 85 1
The middies were far and away bet?
ter than thi r opponents i ti the track
rents, taking first place in all events,
adnding the relay, and cleaning up
entirely in the i'!" :? ard dash.
Tire visitor cored to advantage in
? ght ' vi ? I - and also garnered
fntplace in : ? pole vault. Last year
Snj defeated Pittsburgh 48 to 32.
The summarii - :
S'rv! ? r, Navy;
'. . -. Tilbons, Navy.
' Foss, Navy;
?? . ? ; . ' . Mar
."?? ?? A'ha... Na\ v.
' ;? by Rogers \a .
' ? ' ? : Hayes, Pitts
?*?." ? ?!?? J.?f.'?-.
? ? ??' by 1'urlls, 3s'a . y :
i, Young, Nav
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hurdles Won bj Hi! - -
M, ! ? Brick
4 - ;
l ? Hudson,
,< ? ) ; Pitts
Mh -- ?' ; ? , I ai :: :
sii and 1 lo?
":sr for place; Oi :?
?* Pu - ?' N ' . Height,
Bro? ; in ?- \\ . :. bj Taylor, Navy;
R hai ??. Na .'?
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iMiliti - by Hin hright.
C ' ; Navy,
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by Murdoch Pitts
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??nation team I i Shn veport, of the
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i lollege Baseball
VnSTKR?>AY?S R1>I i.TS
N,-?r V'ork l nl.rr-.lt>. i.': Inlon, ;,.
Pennsylvania, 8; Columbia, .".
H>sl Coint. H; Til ft 8, 3.
Navy, 3: ^yruca**, ?,
Morilla, Si Tale. '- (12 ?ani?es. Ist (pump?
? eorgetown, ?*: ?Princeton, ??.
?lohn?? il..?.hin?. I; Pittsbarch, 8.
Holj ? ro>H. I; Delaware?, 0 (32 innings'
( utliollc I ., ;:; eLafayette, "..
Mah.irr.a. I ? ; Yule. 1 (second Rome?.
West \irsiriiii, 33; Westminster, t.
I . V, V V., : .? I>r?"i,'l liwltutf, 1.
Penn M. ( .. K?; Tr'.iilt?. , 9.
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Mlchlgun, S; \ underbill. 7 ni Innliij;?).
(-.-.?rKiii. 7: Maryland, (1 (l? innings).
Army Wins Third
Tufts bv Score i\~,\
WEST POINT. N. V.. April 15. Army
won its third straight victory at base?
ball to-day, beating Tufts handily by a
score of 8 tei :',. Cragin pitched fine ball
for the cadets mid handled ten chance.*
Tufts scored in the opener, Rieter's
drive through ?he box, followed by
Keefe's double, accounting for a tally.
Smythe's first homer balanced this
when Army took its turn at the bat.
Hits by Roche and Reiter and Terrill'.s
sacrifice gave Tuft.- another in the
third, and in their half of the fifth
White's clout to left, Finnegan's sacri?
fice and Storck's error gave them thin!
and last run.
Weafer passed Cragin and Smythe in
Army's half of the fifth and Wilhide
sacrificed. French and Storck hit
safely and three Army runners scored.
Cragin singled for Army in the sixth
and came home on Smythe's hit. Burns
doubled in the eighth, Cragin sacrificed
bunt aid Smythe drove his second
homer t,-> deep center. Wilhide was
safe on White's error and scored when
French and Storelc again hit safely,
Wilhide coming in on Storck's rap to
,-it? r li pe- * c
Smythe. rf. 4 3 '?< 1 0 ft IU
?? UIUi ". 2b I 1 !
Frendu If. 5 ! :
Storvk. 3b. 5 0 2
St'n.ion, rf. ? n n n SOlKlrslil
Smith, rf.. 2 0 (? i? o 0|White
Bonnelt, lb 4 0 0 1
0 I 0
;'? o 3
! 1 I
5 ? ?
i' Wrafer. p.. 3 0 0 1
l'Keofe. C, ... i 0 3 9
3 b 3 0 0 R 3 1
..333 3 11
: 0|Plnne?ran, If 2 n 0 ! 0 0
o 01 Rocha, r.' . . 3 I 1 i 0 0
I l? 1 Terril!, rf... 2 0 0 3 0 0
li 3 01
Totals . 35 8 32 27 30 2. To-?!* . . 27 3 6 24 11 2
?Ran for Dasher In second Inning.
Arrr.v. 1 ?3 0 0 7 3 0 3 X? *5 I
Tufts . 3 0 ! 0 10 0 0 0?3 j
Two-base hits?Keefe, French. Burns
Home runs?Smythe, 2. ^fe.len bases?Ter
rill Smythe. Wilhide. Storck. Doubl"
plays?Dasher, Wilhide anel llonnctt: Bon- i
nett and Cragin. Struck out?By Weafer.
!? Cragin. 6. Bases on halls -Oft
Weaf?r, 4. off Cragin. 3. Sacriftco3? Loud, I
Finnegan, Terril!, Wilhide, Cragin. Jin by ,
pitcher?Bv Woufcr (Smythe), Pass?,1 hall
-Kp.'.'?' Left on bases?Army, S; Tufts. 2.
Umpires Marshall and Trautz. Time of
gamo 3 :.re0.
Baltimore Beats New Haven
BALTIMORE, April In.-?The Balti?
more International League team over?
whelmed New Haven, of the Eastern
League, in an exhibition game here to
dav. Th" score was 10 to 1.
?W"?iager Robinson of the Brooklyns and the Stars of His Crea! Pitckine Staff
\:--c^SI ->.. .?farm*
Easy Victory in
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., April 15,
- Track athletes cf Princeton easily
carried away the victory in to-day's
triangular meet here with the Uni?
versity of Virginia and Johns Hopkins
University. Point;; were scored as
follows: Princeton. 85 1-3; Virginia,
23 2-3; Johns Hopkins, 19
100-yard dash Won bv McKim, Prince?
ton; Clarke, Johns Hopkins, second; Tay?
lor, Princeton, third. Time, 0 10,
220-yard dash?Won !?:? Clarke, .inhn?
Kopklns; McKim, Princeton, second; Buk
er, Virginia, third. Time, 0:21 1 5.
120-yard hard!".? Won by S 11 Thoj ?
son, Princeton; Massev, Princeton, second
Hearn, Johns Hopkins, third '. Im
22n-\ nrd hurdles ? Won by Taylor
Princeton; Massey, Princeton, second
Thompson, Ji hns Hopkins, third Timi
0:2 1 3-5.
440-yard run ? Won by Stevenson,
Print', ton: Baker, Virginia, second; Hita
rot. Princeton, third Time, 0:50 1-5.
Half-mile run ?Won by Johnson, Prince?
ton; Bohannon, Virginia, second; Deli,
Princeton, third. Time, 2:02,
Mile run.Won by Conger, Princeton;
Gordon. Princeton, second; Coward, Vir?
ginia, third. Time, ?'?:.''.; 1-5.
Two-mile run Won I. Curtis, Prince?
ton; Covir.gton, Princeton, second; Shands, j
Virginia, thin! Time, II
lliph jump?AVon by Chamberlain, Vir?
ginia.; Troup, Princeton, second; Davis,
Virciirla. ttvr,!. Height 6 feet Inches
Hroaei Jump- Won bj Nourie, Princeton:
Aaronson, Johns Hopkins, second : Thomp
son. Princeton, third. Distance, ..' feet S
Pole vault?Won by Aaronson. .leihns
Hopkins; Smith, Princeton, und Zundel and
Watts. Virginia, li'il foi second place.
Height, 11 feet 0 Inches.
Discus- -Won by Thompson, Princeton;
Rutan, Princeton, second; Hambleton
Johns Hopkins, third. Distance, 11 feel
?Shot put ? Won by Thompson?. Prin
ton: Winston. Virginia, second ; Spaulding,
Princeton, third. Distance, 43 feet 8%
Javelin?-Won by Gaines, Princeton;
Dourie, Princeton, second; Pavls. Virginia,!
third. Distance. 151 feet 8 inches
High School Mermen. Shatter
All Scholastic Indoor Records
In Several Install?es In?
tercollegiate Marks Have
Been Equaled or Bettered
Unquestionably the most remarkable
.uro of the waning1 indoor swimming
season has Leen the wholesale holo?
caust of records made by high school
hoys. Not only have they shattered all
listed national scholastic standards, but
in several cases the marks returned aro
equal to or better than the intercol?
Take the figures for the forty-yard
free-style d:tsh, for instance, fhev
stood last fall 0:19 3-5 for high school's
"?! 0:19 fiat for colleges. William
Wright, of Central High School, Erie,
Pa., recently thrashed the distance of
ficially in 0:18 3-5, beating both
At fifty yards several lads went
under the registered time of 0:26 1-5,
Charles .Speer, of Mercersburg Acad?
emy, finally placing it at 0:24 3-5; but
it. is worthy of mention that the latter
was caught by three watches in
0:24 1-5 in a r?-!ay event, losing the
record only because no individual per?
formance ?nade in a team event is ac?
cepted as n standard.
Speer also lowered the 100-yard ic.
ord from 0:56 1-5 to 0:56 flat, but then
i-*, question whether he will see the
mark bracketed, for Richard Howcil
of Hyde P;irk School, Chicago, recently
was credited with ?'oing 0:55 4-.r. in
a scholastic carnival, and vouchers for
the feat are expected daily by the com?
The listed mark of 2:29 3-5 for 220
yards received a severe jolt from both
the foregoing young stars. Speer first
brought it down to 2:24 4-5 in a 75-foot
pool; this Howe-1 reduced to 2:22 2-5
in a 60-foot bath. The national col?
legiate mark r.tHnds at 2:25 1-5.
Adam Smith, of l'entrai High School,
Erie, put a big dent in the 500-yard
record when he covered the distance in
6:334 1-5 in a 60-foot poo! at the an?
nual intorscholastic championships of
his district. Even making full allow?
ance for the advantage gained at the
turns, his performance is about 15
seconds faster than the old mark of
6:48 2-5, made in a 100-foot bath. And
it may be added that the time indicates -
ability to do 440 vards under the var?
sity standard of 5:34. No college rec?
ord is listed for 500 yards.
The time for 100 yards, back stroke,
was clipped from 3:14 1-5 to 1:112-5
by Hugh Addison, of East High School,
( olumbus, Ohio, but this hardly gives
an idea of the high rating of the
youth, whose mark of 1:07 2-5 for the
distance in open competition places
him among the international leaders.
The record for 40 yards at this style of
swimming was bettered from 0:25 to
0-24 1-5 bv Smith, of Erie, the new
holder of the 500-yard free style stand- ?
The figures for 160-yard relay racing
were droppeel twice. Faure. Hill. Wof
ford and Crowley, of the Culver Mili?
tary Academy, started by reducing
them from 1 :23 to 1:22 1-5; then Smith,,
Griswold, Mayer and Wright struck
them down to 1:19 3-5. Those for 20.1
yards, also teams of four, formerly
bracketed at 1:453-5, wore first I ?>.
ered to 1:451-5 by Reynolds, Johnson.
Lerch and Speer, of Mercersburg; next
to 1:45 flat by Fisher, Hawkins, Mai
shall and Miner, of Lawrenceville, and
finally to 1:44 2-5 by the latter quartet.
The record for the 240-yard medley
race was slashed badly, Howell, Ward,
McCarthy and Creenberg, of Hyde '
Park, Chicago, cutting it from 2:21 1-5
to 2:16 flat.
Lastly, Edwin Morine, of Culver Mil?
itary Academy, disposed of the seventy
eight-foot plunge mark for a one-min?
ute glide, covering seventy-nine feet I
within the t me limit.
The striking improvement shown by
these iconoclastic achievements is
earnest of a great future for American
water sports. Nearly all the new hold- !
era are boys of seventeen and eighteen,
likely to progress rapidly for a num?
ber of years to come, so we may feel
confident of retaining unthreatened the
international leadership we have as?
sumed in water sports.
BrooklvM floMsi^ to Clash With Phillie?
Ebbets Reserves Frills and
Music for Start Against
Giants Next Thursdav
By Joseph Val
The Brooklyn Robins are scheduled
to play an official league game to-day
against the Phillies in the friendly
surroundings of Flatbush, and yet,
while it is the opening contest of the
season, it. is not the official opening
at Flatbush. That auspicious occasion
has been reserved for Thursday, when
the (liants will lock horns with the
veterans and fledglings o!' Uncle
It all hinges on the way yon define
officiai. Charley Ebbets thinks it im?
proper to honor a singlo game like that
of to-day with all the pomp and glory
of an official opening, and so ;:. will be
a mere ball game, with all the frills
set aside until Thursday. To-day's
affair is an interpolated game before
the Roiiins open a series with Phila?
If the information coming from the
Brooklyn oflieos is to be credited, how?
ever, the haul will be the only thing
missing to-day. The Brooklyn club of?
ficials report a big advance sale, which
Holy Cross BeatsDelaware
In 12 Innings, 1 to 0
WILMINGTON, Del., April L5. After
pitching great ball for twelve innings
"Joe" Rothrock University of Dela?
ware's big southpaw, los' his own game
against Holy (.'rosa this afternoon with
a wild pitch. The score was 1 to OJ
It was a remarkable pitcher's battle ;
for twelve innings between Rothrock
and Carroll, with honors about even.
Carroll received great support from
Gagnon and his outfield.
Holy Cross had many chances to ;
score hut Rothrock always tightened in :
the pinches. Ryan, of Holy Cross, lead '
off in the twelfth with a two-base clout.
The next two men were out at lirst,
but Ryan moved to third on a wild
pitch and scon ci when Rothrock threw
one over Jackson's head. Delaware
made a strong bid to tie up in the
twelfth when. Yap doubled with one ?
down and went to third on an out but'
was left there.
HOLY CROSS , DELAWARE
r li jvr> a ?j r li po R <* ;
Leo IJuj?ui. If 0 0 2 0 0 Wilson. 2b_ on 4 4"
Oantreau, Sb. 0 1 ii 2 1 Dimtz, cf. . ?1 ?? 0 0
Oignon, ss... 0 2 3- 7 0 Hoch, rf. 0 0 ; 0 0
1..-I [)?igai ?' 0 .: ! (1 0 11 armor, rf... 0 0 0 0 0
Klmendlnger, ci 0 1 ."? 0 OiTap, :!?... .01 3 0
Mamilre, 2b . H0 - ? 0 Jackson. ?-. ...0070 ?
l'jo[*l Ib.... ? ! 16 n il M'!' inalfl lh n 1 14 0 0
[iy?n r... J l '?.': i .... ?' ?< .
.?_?:? ? ? f. 0 i) ?, 0.V, Cirii...-!:. .-? . 0 " " ' ''
Il lirock. p i. ? ? 1
Toi? - ..18 .- : Totals 0 3 31
?Batted for Harmer In twelfth Inning.
Holy Cross. 000 0 0 0 00 n OUI ? I
Delaware. 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?0 j
Two-base hits?Gapnan. Ryan, Yap. Sae
rifiei'S?llasiii.r.. Riopel, Murray. Stolen
bases?McDonald, Gagnon. Double playc
Gagnon, Maguire and Riopel, 2. Wild
pitches?Rothrock, 2. Struck out?By Roth
rock, (3; by Carroll. 9. Ilase.? on ballti?tiff
Rothroek. 3; off i'arroll. 4. Left ->n liw-m
?Delaware, I; Holy Cross, l!. Umpire -
Mi .. ???an.
Kid Sullivan vg. H. Bright
Harvey Bright and PC id Sullivan will
entertain the fans at the Broadwi y
Exhibition Association Monday night
in a twelve-round quarrel. The two
recently fought a slashing draw and
there has been some clamor over in
Brooklyn for another engagement. Sul?
livan beat Sammy Sieger in his last
ring appearance and on that occasion
seemed to have improved considerably.]
pro3iiiscs well for the long line of
games yet to come.
There is no doubting the fact that
Brooklyn fans are loyal, and they
proved this last year despite the fact
that the Robins were wallowing in the
rough going of the second division for |
the major part of the season. Mr.
Ebbets frequently took occasion to deny |
the reports .'.Lou! a falling off of at?
tendance :,! his park, If there was any
small decline he attributed if, to the
poi ?(in;: of I he club in comparison with
tlie year previous, when Brooklyn;
housed a pennant winner.
Brooklyn, this year, has the incentive ?
of viewing a big array of new blood, I
Robbie has quite a few promising I
youngsters to exhibit, among them be-'
inf.1: Andy High, who is handling the,
shor. field berth in masterly fashion;?
Han?! Do Berry and Hungling, catchers; i
Bert Griffith, a fine outfielder; and:
pitchers Dazzy Vance, Harry Shrivel'
a,".1 Ray Gordinier. In addition the
rotund leader lias Sam Crane, ?nfielder,
and George Whitted, who came from
the Reds and Pirates, respectively.
Robbie is also in hopes of showing
the people on the wrong side of the ?
bridge what his pitching staff is
capable of doing. Spring training camp'
reports glowed with stories of the
thrilling doings, of the Brooklyn
twirlers and indicated that the boxmen |
H ig h Scratch at
Travers Isle Traps
High winds made shooting exceed- i
ingly difficult at the Travers Island |
traps of the New York Athletic Club
yesterday. The hluerocks ducked and j
soared in a half gale in a manner that !
made it hard for the nimrods to run !
up their usual excellent totals. Still I
one or two gunners did remarkably
well. W. S. Silkworth in particular
did some- great work, winning the high
: cratch prize with a card of 9(5 out of'
a possible 100 targets.
The total was better than the score '?
that won the high handicap, something
decidedly out of the ordinary in shoot- |
ing matches. The best handicap score .
was a 95, registered by R. R. D?b?cher, j
The Travers Island Cup, the take-home
prize of the day, went to F. M. Hob- !
litt, who has been doing excellent
shooting recently for a novice. He ;
also scored on the Hasiin Cup along ;
with K. M. Dalley and 0. D. Tuthill.
All had full scores of 50 targets.
W, S. Silkworth did the best work
in the monthly cup shoot. He scored j
a leg with a card of 49 out of a pos- j
sible 50 targets. A special 25-bird
handicap was won by E. H. Locatelli.
Hiph scratch, W. S. Silkworth; high
handicap, R. H. D?b?cher; Travers Island,
F, M. Hoblitt; special cup, K. H. Locate!!!;
Hasiin cup, .1. II. Hock, B. M. Da?ey, O.
I?. Tuthill and F. M. Hoblltt; monthly cup,
W. S. Silkworth.
Gould and Wear Win
Court Tennis Tille
BOSTON, April 15.?Jay Gould and;
Joseph W. Wear, of Philadelphia, j
playing-through champions, won the |
national amateur court tennis doubles
championship again to-day. They de- !
feated G. R. Fearing and D. P. Rhodes, |
of Boston, in straight sets in the final
round of the title tournament. The
scores were 7?5, 6?0, 6?1.
Robbie's Veteran Pitchers
Loom Up Strong; New?
comers Show Promise
were approximating their championship
form of 1020.
The time-honored favorites of the
Flatbush fans will also he in evidence
all along the line. Zach Wheat, Hy
Myers and Tommy Griffith are? the old
stand-bys in the outfield, while Jimmy
Johnston, Ivy Olson and Ray S eh m an ?ft
have managed to retain their hold on ?
the infield beiths.
The game to-day is scheduled to start i
at 3 p. m. ami that is the time set for all
Sunday games at the Ebbets greens?
ward this season. Week day games at
Ebbets Field will begin at X-.'.IO p. m.
Saturday games in April, May, Sep?
tember and October will begin at 1!
p. m., while Saturday games in Jam?.
July and August will begin at 2:00
The Robins have one holiday at home
this season. That is May 30, on which
there will be games at 10:30 a. m. and
2:30 p. 313., with the Boston Braves as
the opponents of the Brooklyn crew.
The first Western trip of the Ttobins j
will start on the nie-lit of Sunday, May .
7, when thev entrain for Pittsburgh, :
where they open on May 8.
Navy Defeats Syracuse
Nine by 3 to 2 Score
ANNAPOLIS, Md., April 15. Harris,
the Naval Academy center fielder,
scored all three runs in the game
which the Navy won this afternoon
here from Syracuse by .'1 to 2. The
visitors made their tallies ii3 the sec?
ond inning on singles by Murray and
Barry and Maloney's triple.
Harris was passed in the. first and
scored on an out and Niemeyer's sin?
gle. In the third he hit safely, and
then took the same route home as in '
the first. In the eighth, he again hit I
safely antl made the circuit on an over?
throw. Niemeyer and Murray each
The seoie :
NAVAL ACADEMY ? SYRACUSE
al) r 11 ix? a e?i ai> r ti po a e |
2 0 KiMloRg. cf. 4 0 0 3 (I 0 |
(i I), ?Irwin _ 3 0 0 0 0 I) |
3b. 4 f> 1 30 0I|
2 13 ItiK.ills, s?. .. r? 0 1 2 0 1)
2 0 bavin, If.... 40 0 0 0 0
2 2 Murrey, ?;,... 4 1 1 2 8 1
o i Maloney, 3b.' ill 1 ? 3
0 I Harry. 2b... 80 2 3
1 1 PruKOtie, c.. 7. 0 0
Ilennin'?'D. rf 1 o ?i i? o 0 Gallagher, rf :: ? 0 0 0 0
M.-Kf.', rf.. 10 0 0 1 o!
Totals, ., 2S S r. 27 10 li'
?Batted for KellogK
Naval Academy. 10 1 o o o
Syr.-u une. 0 2 0 0 0 0
Three-baae hit -Maloney. Basra
?Ort Murray, 3; oft Niemeyer, 3.
out?By Murray, 8; by Niemeyer,
by pitcher?By Murray (Niemeyer).
plays?Murray and Barry: Murray anil
Coughlin. Left on banes-?Naval Academy,
4; Syracuse, 7. Stolen basfes?Raw-ling's.
Niemeyer, Durijln. Umpires?Hushes and
Clark. Time of ?who?1:20.
H&wlutg?t, If. 3 0 0 1 0 0.Cu
Nlemoyer, p. 3 0 2
HedTtnan, S3 4 0 0
Baker, 3b... 400
Aleian'r, lb 2 0 0
Mill?, 3b_ 0 0 0
Dunflli. ?'? ? ? 8 0 1
Totals. ? 35 '-' 6 21 l:
n ninth Inning.
o i x?:
0 0 0?2
Yale Nine Goes Down
To Double Defeat
MACON, Ga., April 15.?The Yale
varsity went down to defeat in two
baseball games here to-aay, losing the
first, 2 to 3, to Florida in twelve iri
ninngs, and the second, ? to 11. to Ala?
Grant Gillis, shortstop for Alabama,
broke his right ankle sliding into sec?
ond, while Keman, the Yale catcher,
also was injured sliding. E. I. Blake,
Florida shortstop, was spiked in the
knee and sent to a hospital.
I Vincetoii's Errors
Help in Georgetown
?S?n v ^s 9-6 V i ? ? l o r v
WASHINGTON, Ann! 15..George-I
: own 1 ?niversil y ton i big :--.-.'> I iward
;? ? rcolli giate baseba :! hon
the HilH oppers do ' Princet on
I 'nivor it\ nine ; :? ?i ? i bition
u ba - t G lorgei own to-day. !
score wa ? 9 to 6. T d cratches
and four errors resulted in seven rui
for the victors, enough to win, in the
-i.nd and third innings. Princeton
hacked the punch in the pinches, twelve
Black and i ) '-.-i nge runners being
strande.! while Georgetown was letting
but th roe die on : he ? acks.
Princeton rolled v.\) a three-run lead
in the first. .1. E. Murphy got on for
Georgetown in the second, when his
.-?rive was too hot for Thomas to field
cleanly. Florence grounded to Mac
Phee, who attempted to tag Murphy,
but missed him. Malley pop buj - :
??own the first has.- line and Thomas
dropped the ball after a good try, fill?
ing the bases. Murphy scored when
Berg fumbled Flavin's grounder. Flor?
ence started to steal home and Thomas
let loose a wild one, two runners count?
ing. Flavin scored on ,1. it. Murphy's
The visitors went into the lead in the
third when Mcllvaine tripled to left
center to drive in Cooper, who had dou?
bled to the same place, and T/homas,
who had walked. George! iwn came
right bac1-: with three more on a fluke
play. Geori town pu1 ovei Lhi
n"- runs in its half of the third.
Princeton scored its final counter in
the fifth when Cooper's second double,
a long drive to left, drove in Berg, who
had been given a life on .1. ii. Murphy's
fumble. In the seventh Sheedy's triple
to right, Georgetown's first clean hit
and Kenyon's triple to left scored the
former. Florence's circuit, clout to
right center in the eighth completed
GEORGETOWN ' PRINCETON
ab - h i?, n ?? ai. r h pe a c |
Miirpliy. sa.. 20 0 * 0 1 M livable. If 5 0 i 000
hi ' . rf. I 0 'i : (1 > M l'in ?-. 2b '. 1 4 2 j
Shct-dv, Ib.. 4 2 1 13 : cf.
I. ? .-. . 3 11 ' i
Mil I 2 1 0 II 01 St i 10 0]
I' - r?? i ?'. rf 4 2 I .i: ?? -,
M.i ley, 2h 4 12 0 : oit.' KipiT, lb . li I 3. S 11 II
1**1*1 !.. I 1 l! : . ? '. ? Lll -, ? :.
Ilyman, j>.. 10 0 0 1 0 Tl m - p 3 10 12]
Jeiiki . p.. ., .. 'i i .. .. ?jiro ?: ... 1 U 'i n 0 '.
Totals :.:..:-.:?? Totals ? 124 9 i
?Batted for Thomas In - inth Inning.
Georgetown. 0 4 0 0 0 [ li?J
Prinei : on. 3 0 2 Oie 000
Two-li.-is-n hits Coopi i-, -.' Threi
l'.ii- Mcllvaln?, Sli.ly Kenyon. Sai
l on bas. s?1'
1. ??? ? Bases .o. : s -
..: . off .'?
::. Struck out i ly Thoi as, '? ; by H
: by Jenkins, S ! - ?ubi ? pla> MacPhee,
".????,' an I i .pe?
lilts, i iff IJynian In
.i? nkins, :. In 6 1- :. L'nipir?? ollifl
Time o? game?2 .in.
Catholic U. Defeats
Lafayette on Errors
WASHINGTON, April 15- Bill Tier-'
ney twirled a wonaerful game for
Lafayette College against Catholic
University hi re this afternoon, but
errors paved th: way for a ! to 2 vic?
tory lor the Cathi I ? ! niversity nine.
Tierney pitching his second game in
three days, gave but four hits ?ti the
nine innings;, two in the first inning.
He fanned nine. Two errors in the
third inning and two more in the ?sixth
inning gave the home team the winning
CATHOLIC 17. I 3.AFAYKTTI-3
al) r h po a c al. r h
Denanlt. su.. SIO o 5 OlWlllorer, cf.. 4 00 0 0 1
l?rwlin. cf.. 4 21 li 0 OiBiebrr. si .. I 1 3 1 il:
Dr rail, b. !0! 0 lOlii?.b 3 11 n ; I
I,-.- ch rf. .. 4 I - 10 II 11. lb 4 0 t 10 0 1
Cm-win a... I 0 0 13 lim r.. 4 0 1 ! o 0 I
Id ??:.?. r, .!? 2 0 0 0 30 I ?? ..301000
M'Carlliy. 2b : '? 0 2 0 V. Hart, 21 3 0 0 II I' 0
;; i ??? if . .: o oioo - .'
.Inri si :: p . 3 0 0 ?i v 0 I' ?- . ?' 'i I 0 '. 0
Totals. . ? 27 4 4 27 14 3 Totals. . 30 2 7 24 10 4
Catholic U. 10 1 on? 0 0 x t
Lafayette. 10 0 10 0 0 i ?
Two-base hile Bn lin, Brunner. Three
base hit--?Drlscoll, Gazella. Struck
By Tierney. 9; by Jackson, 6. Bases on I
balls?Off Tierney, 3; off Jackson, 1.
Double plays?Denault, ?McCarthy an : Di
coll, 2. Stolen base?Ernst. Bacrlfices- -
Drlscoll, Hebelgrer, Gazella. Umpire?
Columbia Flans Trip
To West Point Meet
The student board of Columbia Col?
lege has definitely decided to conduci
another We?t Point trip, according to
an announcement made to-day. Since
the West Point baseball game and track
meet have been scheduled for Satur?
day, May 6, it was not necessary for
the faculty to declare a full holiday,
as was the case a year ago.
It is felt, that camp?!' cupport this!
year will be even greater than last
year, when over a thousand made the I
trip. This year, tentative plans call I
for the turning over of the entire pro?
ceeds to the Stadium Fund. The S. S.
Mandalay has again been chartered to
carry the Blue and White deli ffi
Fricke, Baseball Captain
MIDDLETOWN, Conn., April 15. H.
A. Fricke, '24, of Swarthmoro, Pa., was
elected captain of the Wesleyan var?
sity baseball team to-day. He played
second base on the te im last season
and made his letter in football as a left
halfback last fall.
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Pile lip Runs
\ igitorg Fail to Tally Until
Final Innings; ?The. L-ocals
\\ ork a I)ouI?!?f? Sqtn
New York ' nivei
nim- ran rough s h red
South Field yestei
Hing by a score of 12 to
team fielded brillia '
of ihe Union piti
Platt, who twirled
legians, pitch? ! a .
way. In facl ere not
able to ?'???
vit h .\
?n hni I, I
D u n 1 ea f o i ??'
t hen to pu o i
fourth. ! ndui
ter for four ba? ?
but thi ran v
? " :, f1 h in
Three otl .
! lork ing beat out a bun! i
? - '
gles by Pial
andurski's 1 wo-baf . ? - :
run? for New York ?-. ;
'I he feat?;
batting for Capta ' \ Y. i.
and Captain Heidorf o
?tching ??:" Platt,
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Stevens Easy Victor
HAVERFORD, Pa .
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The Stevens b: ?
count for elevei
eleven scattered hil
boys were also cred ;
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Servoss Wins ;it Baltusrol
II. L. Servoss won I ho i
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yes! erday with a scon
Other scon ?? -? i re : Gordo
mi 15 86; II. A. Eai .
I". Wilson, '.'1 :
Townsend 'Sine Beats Morris
Townsend Harris won .
cot ? st from t he Morris '
nine at C. C. N. Y,
McQuade starri d or
eld, ? " ?
The score by innii .
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