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ffU t t TBE STTir 8u1f SUNDAY A y APRIL IS 1909 H
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ROBERTSON SPRINTS FAST FASTltrntS
ltrntS 300 YARDS I IN 33 3 33 33SECONDS zJJECOVDS
SECONDS 1XDOORS 1XDOORSjHne 1DOOR5lne
jHne lne Beats Betl the necordhot Rrcord hath H Not > ot Madeln MadelnOpen Ide In InOprn
Open Competition CGmp4lUlionDelhelda Betaesda Church ChnrchTram ChurchTiPam
Tram Wins at t Sunday School ibeaEOe ibeaEOeI
I
I James mts In Thirteenth neslment neslmentLawson neslmentLawson
Lawson Robertson of the Ih IrishAmerican IrishAmericanA Irl hmerlcanA
A C Cbroke broke the worlds record for 30O 30 yards yardsIndoors yads yads1ndoors
Indoors at Ihe Thirteenth Hegiment Helhnenl Armory Armorylast
last 19 night but his hi lime tme 3 32 3 weconds lecond will willnot 1
not count cunt as a 1 new neI mark because because it i was wasnot I Inot
not made in 11 open competition compelllon The games gameswere gl1e gl1ewrre
were Ihe iniloor Iltioor handicaps handlclPs of tf the Sunday SundaySchool i iSchool
School Athletto Athleto League Ieaul of lliooklvn lliooklvnRobertson rookhnnoberl
Robertson noberl on started lartP from rrol scratch In Ihe Iheo
800 yard handicap run tor 10 members of the theThirteenth th thhlrteenlh
o yar
Thirteenth iteelmenl Iteglmelt The limit lmit men mf1 had hadtwenty hadtwety
twenty twety yards ade but Robertson Iobertson tapldly lapldl cut cutthis cuttblalead
this tblalead lead down dOlvl and alI won Ol by not mote than thana
a yard ard 1 T I Bohan Rohal of Ihe Ih Seventh Com Company COI COIpan ¬
pan was asllconll second and ald I I Pieroe Iiertl of Ihe rifih rifihCompany Fifb Fifbl
Company l ompany third thlidThe
The worlds record for rO io 101 < i yards Ad8 indoor indoorIn I
In I 31 3 2i seconds and In held hy Ie I Hoy Ho Bor Borland or orland ¬
land of the Pastime A I ITho l I I
The team lell from frll lwtli IIHh da d hurch won wonIhe
the meet meth with n point oinL wore 1ort of 20 f Hanson HansonPlace HanKonPlace I
Place M E was a8 hecond with ih 19 Tonmkins TonmkinsAvenue onUJkinsnue
Avenue nue Congregational tonlrtRalional 1 third thir with lh 13 ii Iills > i ln lnand I I
and Central Congregational fourth with wlh IJ IJpoints I Ipoints
conreRatiolal
points Betwenn R4tleen a 811 vn and ald eight hundred hundredentries hI ld r
entries Inlrl8 were er received recllvll for the I he twentyfour twentyfourvents IwenlIotl IwenlIotlenl I
vents enl Four championship Hent ntl were wereincluded ere ereInclude
included on the Ih programmeand prlrlUr ami the Ih points pointsfor pinls pinlsfor
for Include these will wil count cotnl for the I h championship championshiptrophy hampionhip hampionhipto
trophy trophyThe to bY bYI
I The Ile summary
40 4 Yard Yad Run Midget 3ldel Won WUI by W Oalder Km Kmmanutl Pm Pmi
manutl Baptist Church 111 feet H Sirine SirineBetheada Slal
i Betheada lanuel llle da DaptsL 3 feel second CluTh O H Juhmi JullcI lletnejda 1lhr da S Sfeet Sf
feet third Time 1 seconds 1 1I
f 80 Yard Run R inadl Handicap Won by b H II hherl hherldan 1herl
I dan daCntrl Central Com enoenratonal relational to feet fet I 1 lubren lubrenBelhesda IubroHtlesda
Belhesda 10 feet f l kecond on V W 101 Hanton HantonPlace HanKonPaeo
Htlesda <
Place M E 10 feel 11 third I ilId Time TIOr I seconds
Paeo 00 Yard Run Junior Handicap landlrap n bv bvHoward br brloward
Howard 1 Van Munch Nostrand o lrl Avenue M K is I fen fenH frrlHW
H loward HW W Hecgs Hanson Place 11e M 1 K I Q feel second secondA
A McKlnlejr Nostrand olran < cnue M K 10 1 eel leelablr eelthird
third ablr Time me t 43 4 seconds oeOIII
Ii j 75 7 Yard ud Hun nln Intermediate Inlrrmrilalr Handicap laolrapWoO laolrapWoOIi U on onhy
hy W A MeKlnlev vostrand Vventie M K I ITeet
Ii r Teet JT J T Dvrne Puritan 1 r aldc ronitretatlon rnrl rnrltt tt n n1eet l 15 15feet
feet second aend JJ H T 1 Sinrlltz Sllrll Central CnIAI ionjie ionjiellonal Conrrera ConrreraUooal
llonal 15 feet ihlrd Tim < s second
100 Yard Run Senloi HandicapWon 13n < iapon bv b r rBlumberr Ci
10 Yar
i Blumberr Swedish l Bapiht I Church tl i feet t 1 1R
R Clemens Central 1 Congregational 11 feet set setond e eh
h ond II I S Warner Church of the Kvantrl aorrl W Wfeet
feet third Time 10 seconds srond
rme
1 110 Yard Run Champlon Chmllcnlll lilp Hovswon Ho WOD WODD l > v vH
H Illeber febe nethesdn eLhedl A My 1Irlr le lletliesdn lllo < R ron ronC < J JC
C Guttan Gutan Central Ctn Iral Conzrejatlonsl COIrelooal third Illrd Time TimeJ3 TimeUaeronde
J3 Uaeronde Uaerondear seconds
300 Yard nun Handicap Confined to Thlr Thlrteenth Thlrteolb
teenth ar Reilmeot RellmeolWon Won bv Lawson Iawsn llobeition llobeitionFifth 10bnscl
Fifth Company scratch sralrh 1 r llohan 10han Sevenlh SevenlhCompany Setnll
Frh
f Company 18 jard ard second U I Pierce KlfthCom KlfthCompanv tll Com ComI
I pan tyards t yard third Illrd Time rnr a uai seconds seconds44O
l 44O 44 Yard Va Id nun Junior Hendlran UendlrarWon Won bv b it itA nGate
A 1 Gates Central Coujreirstlonsl C T Gates G1 Ceo CenjX Ceoj
Ceolra Conre1alonal
j jX I tral Congrerattonal Conlreralonal serond T II I McKenzle McKenzleBovllsl Meiozl MeiozlJ
Bovllsl a oUst Temple third Time is s S second second2JO rond rondb
2JO Yard Hurdle luierrnedlale e Handicap HandicapTVon r
II g gnrat
J TVon by b H n nH Canavsii al Tompkln r Aenne A Con Conrelational
relational nrat nal l4yardsJ ard J A Pcsrre arre Central Cenlal Presbv Presbvterlao Pr bY
1 terlao tera 12 t yards ars 1 second s ond H W lnnson Hanoo Hanoof Isnon Isnonr
r f f Flae MK YSar vtnK third Tlme74 Tlm7 Ssecondi SsecondiSSO
< < SSO 10 Yard Run Intermediate Inltmedlat Championship ChampionshipWon
Won by bJ a J W Atherton llthr J lhrsda l A Nvnne NvnneCentral nnt nnti
o
i Central Blnl Contregatlonnl Cofefatonl second I G i Cliapln CliaplnTompktns ChApinA
A Tompktns Tompkin Avenue Conirrrnational concrgalonaJ tnlid Time TimeS
i S minutes 15 l t S srroncii srroncii44O
i 44O Yard llirs Mldret lirs cVm Itelsv luce laHAndkp HandicapWon HandicapWonby woo wooby
by Dethesda Dtbeda 3 1ardo yards nlih w1h lled IPI Inllen Iul n Leffner Leffnerand LInt
l f and d Stranc Jane anI Methodht 1 < hodl1 Kplcopal Ypl copal copalYard 14 14yards I
yards j second lrond witb wih Love Jo AcUerlv r rrl lanrencearjd lanrencearjdCartey Iarence AOe
Cartey CarParII Parkvllln ConTrrgsilonal Conortlallon l lt Il team leaO in inyards I II
yards rllblr third with Mclionald las Thurber and andVuers an anuerz
I Vuers uerz Tlntr Tm 44 4i 4 econds econc I
to 440 40 Yard Hun Senior nlor Championship W on hv hvT I Ii
ar M MBowes I Ie
i T DVaentlt < Valentlne Central Concregtlonal C
Bowes Cusler e second Uetherell rlhml Cuyler Cuylerthird Cuyle i
third e Time U second second4tO
1 4tO 4f Yard i Delay RI lact Hacr Handicap Jandlcap Roys lors Won onbv onbvClasson b bClaaonAvele
Classon ClaaonAvele Avenue Presbvierlsn Prblrl 3 13 yards ad with withI wIthJnce
I Jnce ange nUhl E Uhl X VUbl Ubllnd and Taylor a lor Centialconzre CentialconzreRational Cnlal Coorr Coorrlaloal
laloal Rational scratch second cold with ilh Thole Sherman ShermanMebus
Mebus and Molllson Molson Si Marys lr P I I 30 3 jardv jardvthird ad adtblrdwlh
third tblrdwlh with SranUn Simpson Hecne lerne > and Itoh Itohland loh lohI
I land Time 01 Si SS 3 seconds secondsOne I
One Mile tlle nun nunConnnd Confined to Thlrieenh Regiment RegimentWon
1 Won on by W Van Thun fifth nfh Company m o v arrtv arrtvB nI I
r B T Kennedy Second St < od Company 120 lZ yards ad adond f fand
and F M 11 Titley Klzhth l hlhlt Compaiij Compal scratch scr b third thirdTime IhlrdTime
Time 4 minutes X 4 3 second secondl40YardRclayl rnnd
> l40YardRclayl 11 Vrd Rtlay 3 Iltr < acelunlor Iunlor Handicap HIldrA Wonbv WonbvBoroujh Won h hlorourb
Boroujh lorourb Park ParI Haptlit SII ill I yards ard nlth lh Hublrr Hublrrlittler
i littler ter Hoblln Hobln and nd Kfsrtis M TomnVlns TomnlnAtnue Avenue Con Conrelational < o oereratola
relational in yards ard second ond Jsnes Jan M K P ro rorsras
ereratola rsras ads third Time M second secondMile
Mile Relay RaceSenior handicap Won liv livHanson I
1 Hanson HaBSI 1 Itlay Place M I C Sujards 3 AnI with I h Lang Lne UllUin UllUinJElmmerman 111 111lmm
JElmmerman lmm ra and nd Hill 111 rirst 1151 Snedlsh Baptist Baptistit naplst naplstClunh j
it Church Clunh 3D yards ams with I Hlomberr lombrr A Blomberir Blomberirtt Hlombtff Hlombtffdhnd
tt Edhind dhnd and West second cond Summenleld Summeltld M I K Km r
m KratchwlttillarknessTaylorTowiesndMurrat KratchwlttillarknessTaylorTowiesndMurratroyd Jar nss Talor Tovnd urrat
royd Jd Mnhwl third tblr Time m 3 minutes Olnutc 43 4 3 seconds secondsMOYard oondo oondoRelay I
t MOYard Relay Race RaceIntrmtdlale Intermediate handicap handicapWofc I Ioby
Wofc oby by TompUlns Avenue Congregational Conlflatonl ConlflatonlI 51 51ykrds
I ykrds nlth HII Hultart sn Canavan roster and Inter Intersoil Inrr
soil 1 rs Church Chlrh of the tb Hvancel to yard ad second i iflreen I
flreen Grene Avenue oue lUpilst llplsl Church 4U sards aro third IblldfI I ITfme
Tfme I minute t second secondtm snnds snndsp
fI tm Yard rd Itday Iday H IlcConnnr ce Conflneit < to Thlrtientli ThlrtientliJteglmenl Tblrrtnlh
Jteglmenl p Won by Kourln Comnany vvlth wih CorJ CorJInf CorIn I
Inf In Drelton Dnton llrabani Irabao Ind nd 1 Holler HoUrI IKtriCnn IKtriCnnpany ll C m my
pany second Third Company tuirj Tim TimThne
y 1 minute u 32 2 1 second secondThree
< Three Mile Mie Run Senior HandicapWon landlrap on bj bjW h hW
W S Marslaml TomrUlns Tom klns Avenue cnUt Comma Commatipnal Conrrtla Conrrtlaf
tipnal IN jards ards O SchulUer Marci Mar Avenic AvenicBaptist nnUt nnUtPtlt
f Baptist ltIf1 Church scratch necond V Schwar SchwarCentral 1chrz
1 Central C Ptlt traICOnlrelltonl Consreratlonnl t yard ard talrd rime TlnleJ
1 19 J minutes mInute SI 2 second secondRunning ronds rondsnunDlne
Running Droad Brad lump Mldctt handicap handlp Won WonIrtrC on
IrtrC Juhren Orthewln lelhesda 6 Inctir with 11 n Jump Jlmp of ofi
1 i IS 1 feel 7 Inches J Rnssel Rlssrl Parkvllle ParkII Conjreea Conjreeattonal CooerCI CooerCIfttoa1
ttonal IS Inclirt second vvltti wih a Jump JUOf of 15 1 feel Irl2hCbfl
fttoa1 2 Inches C Klmmf stmmrl n Sheepsheaa 1tlobro tlav la u Inche Inchethird 10Inelr
third 2hCbfl lr with w th aiumpot Jump of 14 feet a Ilnchr Ilnchrf Inche IncheRuuilnr
Ruuilnr unlne HlKh Hlh lump Hoys 10s handicap Von Vonby on
f 4 < by bvH H Baker J K Redeemer Idemrr ecratch with llh A AIf I I
If J lump of o 4 feet 0 Inche Inelc II T l Xlbers Ib 1 r 1 St Paul PaulS I II
I S f K I 2 Inche second cond with wil I Jump J1mp of 4 fe In t tIrtehejII V VIncbesJStahfer
F IrtehejII IncbesJStahfer Strainer St SI Peters Imheian Jllttn3Innr Jllttn3Innrtblrd 3 Inches InchestBIrd
tBIrd with a Jump of 4 feet rrl 0 Inclie InclieStanding InrlleSlandlnc
Standing Bro RrUI d Jump lunlor banJIcip b nJlr p Won Wonby on onby
by W Wfrump Crump Urecnc Avenue nu bapilst Ilpllsl 6 lncht lnchtwith Inrhtwih >
with wih a Jump of t I feel rlllnrht B Inches ft hlnz h In ll Itlhtd < lh < sd sda
a laches Incbcs second rood with n jump of 9 ten i inches InrhuY I IJR I
JR M Cbann WoI WyeolT Height Iel ht 4 incbe third thirdWith IhlrI <
I With a jump of S uei ftt32 3j Inches Inchesv InheRunnlltlrJlmp
v wlb Running RunnlltlrJlmp tirnad Jump Iniermetllatehdndicap Jnlrtldllehdnd ap apOI
fl Won OI by byW W K l Ilrownlre Irawnlr llanon lanon Place PI Il l 1 r rK I Ilorbl
K j a Inches lorbl jrlth Ith a Jump oj la I teei 4 lnche C CJUllnsn I Ii
i Hill Hanson Place Ilate M I I S Inchr second cond wilt wilta lb lbJUP
a JUllnsn Jump JUP of Hi I feel lo II Inches Inth S Hnu Ilo Hsnoon Hsnoontj I
tj Pftce M E scratch third with lb a jump of u ufeet I
Plf
y feet 4 Inchei Inrhr I I ItPound
11 < t2 tPound Pound Shot Pui IulSnlnr Senior handicap handiap Won by i if
f Hi Kraft KraIt South Iteformed Idormd feet r t s inche with llh llhi l I
LC i p pl to42feetBlnchcs ol 4 IeUlnrhcs G htildahl lldhl Duryei Pretbt Pretbtr Irub
r terl tma3 n3 feet f I Inch frond with wlb a put IJI of 40 40I I
I ftet4W 4 Inches VHJleyMarcy nty Ioe Avenue nue Haptljt HaptljtSfeetfllnches
Sfeetfllnches = teet lnbes third wllh wih a I put of ol3 31 feet 1 454 Hlnent Inche IncheSURPRISE
I ISf
SURPRISE Sf PlSE AT SOCCER SOCCERr SOCCERile SOClm SOClmtlcmel
tlcmel Cornell Takes Harvard lanard Into IlIG Camp tamp li lif I > I
f Score of 2 lo l lilBAtiA
1 Sreoftol I Ih
h ilBAtiA 1AC N Y April Apri I Ii Ihe 1 Cornell1 Cornell1occer arnel
lccrr occer football tootbal team lear shovvcd u 1 surpriRing urri lnl
1 reversal of form this afternoon afernoon by I defeat defeatIng defrat i
1 Ing hll the strong tronl Harvard Uarrl team on alumni alumniJleld ailm n i if
f Jleld by Ihc th score Icore of i to i I Fitcept rCppl In the thelost Iho
j feld lost three thrpc minutes mlnlle when Opt Brooks irookR of ofYHarvard o
I i YHaard YHarvard shot a coal Ioal from frol a most ro 1 difTlcult difTlcultancle dllctll dllctllnlethe
ancle nlethe the Crimson CrJm n players playerl weie PI outplaved outplavedCornell
1 i Cornell Cornelha had not nou on n 1 single lnlll game Iarc thli thliyear Ihll II
Y year erad and the victory today was 3 a great greati
1 1 dIUlrlle dIUlrlleTelam i The tame was a played plael on a flel Rlld < l rendered i iwetnrnl I
li1 wetnrnl Telam sogey hy heavrv hpa rains ra in of ff tills Ihi morn mornirUf mornII
wetanloiIY irUf The Brouiil Jround bothered bothere tiie tie Harvard Harvardteam lanarl
fltemCOnSlderabIY team II considerably hut Cornell Cornel was a1 used usedilo IRP
ilo 0 it Cornell Cornel scored once in each half halfr
I Jlley making both corP tallieo RII He HI showed showedsome howl
r some ley clever maklnr foot work throughout the thecame Ihl
i 1 f came ae cap I nichie fchle of Cornell ornpl at right rightiffull rilh rilhTftul
j iffull back wan wal a lower for hh hi team and andRodriguez
iJrforlcez Tftul Rodriguez the thl South American was aR brill brilllant blUIant
I ant at centre Hlratnarlkinii Hlram rlklal played a astrong 1
ri strong tame at left outside olLide foi forward ward Kish Kishj t h hi
i j of ltrona Harvard played playe the best gnme Inme for Har Harvard HarTar ¬ I
i iI ollarvIId vard Tar as al he h wan a a I stumbling tumblnl block bl < < k for Cor Cornell CorI
I r > nell nel most of the time timefy tme tmeBILII111
BILII111 BILII111kheule
Schdlule kheule of Openlns 4aiiie le of inalrur inalrurChampionship 11111
Championship Inplonlhlp Tournament TournamentThe
fy The billiard hliard committee commiteI of thn t hA Oellnn ierman iermanLlederkranz I I
Llederkranz Lleerkranz which hat ha charge ChaTle of the ama amateur amatlur ¬
r < teur tlur billiard biiard tournament tournamlnl for Class Cia A playern playernwhich playprl playprlwhich
ile which will I lake place pllc netl next week has ho ar arranged arrane ¬
ranged the schedule fchllulp of the Iho opening opfnlnl games gamesTomorrow gameTomorrow
Tomorrow rane evening Avpnlnl at I I 11 I oclock 11 It A AWright
Wright Wrllht of Hun Rln Francisco rfnco nlll wil play agnlnxt agnlnxtJoseph alolnt alolntJoaeph
Joseph Mayer of Iliilndelphia IJhlndl lllhin there will willbe wi
be two games laf on Tucsilnv 1 dAV In the Ihpfer Ihpfernoon after afternoon ¬
noon nt T oclock r I onklln nkln of Chlcolo ChlcolowJlmtt hlcago hlcagowill
will meet lnrciic lnr Ir < > Inrksori Ia nn of Ihicuao hiculO Hld Hld1Itbf nd ndin
in wJlmtt 1Itbf the evening vvnlll Joseph Miiver of Ihlladei Ihlladeiphla hlad hladhlawllh4
phla hlawllh4 will H > iiitulnm IKlnKI lr I I I Mial fal of this thiscHjr to
cHjr Each KHme IKI i HDO IO points nl A the 182 182ball JA JAbalk
rY ball style 61 1 fit fitCrncrnts <
lne o hliltl I
Crncrnts ln at ft larr n e eIdeal I IIdal
Ideal weal al her brought hrl hI a large larlA 4rowd I o othe r I
the Hay UldlA nidKn ufoundi of Iho I ho CreHcent CreHcentA
A C yesterday Yf terday Thn attraction lrclon WSH a alacrosse I Ilacros
lacrosse e name between hlw pf lx lhhh > hlgh and Ind the theCrescents Iht
Crescents rracfnl The ft Crescont Crlnnt team won an eauy eauyvictory aiY aiYvldol
victory vldol Ihe Ih eore being b111 7 coals loall lo I f Crt rex rexcjjntwas
cjjntwas slrenxthened Ilremclheled hv Iwo new players playersDr playprDr
Dr Mclnlyro M < Intyr a former formfr Toronto Inlversll Inlvrllv v vatar
atar tar played al firm frll attack at k Alihoiiuh I hCIlh out outof I
of condition he IA xhowed Hint hn will Im oL a avaluable avaluable
valuable conditon addition addion lo the II lrIHInl rencent wil ten al in inTh I
iTbeotherne Th other new player pll r IN I also aloon an attack man manHis
M His name In tl Uicker Lu kpr nnd 1f11 he plnved rlypd at I On i or orrill
1 II rill RII KuoUnr 11ICIUI nun al redponxlblx for two I w of ofthoaoalft orthCloal
tl thoaoalft Wnll ni made I I r three IhrlO of the Ih restenf restenfroad
thCloal road oa and Tapl al Iimton 1lmtnl van H letpnnslhln ICpolhl ICpolhlfor
porone on Mmtoii ran rln through Ihrolllh the entire entireHlmpaon
for
JAblh h team am amgoal Unlo Hlmpaon Hlmfson made Iul ihn h Hnvenlh Hnvenlhwinning lvnlh lvnlhI ntr ntrJAblh
I goal oal lor or the winning Innlnl side ll rh rhlate The rhl Ihl hllh hllhtllYcje h
late I e In the second 5ConfllOIOI period periodh lon lonJ
tllYcje e tIOhot 1
I J i < I II e
I
OXYOEJf OXlGE 4 FACTOR Iff FIGHT F1CUTJeanneite FIGHTJeaete
Jeanneite Jeaete Beats De MaoVey In I Forty Fortyt lnUi lnUiBotmd
Botmd Ru r Brutal Encotmter EncotmterAp Eeoater EeoaterSpHllJ
Ap SpHllJ cla < C Cal M Dtitalt DUlaUI to Txa fMH fMHPARIS RI
PARIS April 17 virtue of
141 Apri 17By By oxygen oxygenj oxycenJllnto
j Jllnto > 4uuped into them the by their ther seconds enda Jean Jeanoette JeanDle
oette Dle and MaoVey reeled reele and ad staggered staggeredthrough atacee
through throulh fortyeight rounds of a a brutal and andplucky an
plucky flght lht here tonight tollcht At the opening openingof opel
of ths foilyninth fOllynlth round rould MaoVer MaoVe his face faceutterly fae faeItlrly
utterly Itlrly dehumanized dehumanle aareforan MTe tor al expression expressionof exprool
of helpless helpe agony that distorted dtore what re remained ramainId ¬
mained mainId of bis h features leature signified acne thai th he hewas heunlble
was unable to continue eOltilue whereupon heeupon the theieferee th
ieferee declared d clae Jeannette Jeanlete the te wilnet winner winnerThe
The flght was to finish fnlb for a pone pue of o
30000 00 francs About 2JMO persona peron a a large largemajority weemajority
majority of them foreigners fOlhrne were werepresent el elpresent
present ess ss than half hai the number numbl who whoattended whoatende1
attended atende1 the t match between the two on onFebruary onIebrary
February Iebrary 20 O when MacVey got ot the decision decisionafter deon deonalel
after alel a flght lgh that was under uner the genera generasuspicion ener1 ener1suspicon
suspicion suspicon of being flxed Ibe Tonights flght flghtVAS lebt lebta
VAS a on its i merits uils a fact that was wa tatifled tatifledto tetne
to II by b the I hl despeiate depelate condition of o both com combatants cm cmbaanl ¬
batants batantsIn baanlIn
In the I he early roundsleannettea rounds leanneUel cleverness clevernessmore clever a
more than offset olet MacVeys superior hitting hittingability blttn blttnabilty
ability abilty Thin Thil continued cOItnu d up tothenineteenth tothenineteenthround 10 the nlnteenth nlnteenthround
round when hen after a singular siliular episode in inwhich
which Jeannette Iaonete figured teur d as a practitioner practitionerof practiioner practiioneror
of forbearance shaking hands with wih his hishelpless hil
I helpless adversary alherst when he might appar apparentlv apparntb
entlv ntb have punished him he himself bimlelf was wasknocked wal
knocked down three times tme in succession successionand auccenlol
and was saved ave only by the hell hellFor hel
I For the next IlXt lew I w rounds rounul he survived survivedonly IllTIed IllTIedI
only by the liberal lhpral employment of oxygen oxygenthe oxgenthe
I the the bell several times finding fndlli him all al but buthelpless buthlple
helpless To the surprise alrpriee of all al he dis displayed dil ¬
r played plaYe remarkable powers pOerl of recuperation recuperationand recuperaton recuperatonant
and In the 11 last ten rounds rOlnd simply Ilmply made a achopping
ant
chopping block of his opponent although lhoulh he helacked hI
I lacked the power to I deliver delver a knockout knockolt or oreven orIven
even Iven achieve a straight Ilrahrht knockdown Mac MacVevu Mace
Vevu e 1 surrender 1llrendpr howevei was justified as asit
it was impossible in his condition that he hecould hecotlt
could cotlt win winI winlh
II I lh he contest lollestillOI will not improve thn standing standingof alandlnl
of either man mal MacVey showed shoe himself himselfslow hlmsellIlow
slow Ilow and lacking in II abllitylo ablillO take advantage advantageof advnlal
of openings openlnll while whie leannetio Io1nn lo demonstrated demonstratedhm
hm lack IIc1 of a 1 n inning llliul punch As s an anhlbh ex exhibition ¬
hibition hlbh Iou of recuperative recuperatve power on lean leannet leanletls
net letls las part lion bowo8r over nnd Ind of endurance and andrMiitnimi andlllinu
rMiitnimi lllinu on MncVeys laoVe s the contest was a as re remarkable 1 ¬
markable larkab as a for its is brutality IrulIO furlouslv furlouslvenough elrlolI elrlolInouh
enough brutal brOlal as it I wax wa u i was devoid of offerocit orferoCty
ferocit feroCty thn nnn U nxhlhiling nxhlbilng an 81 almost almostfiinndlv almostn
fiinndlv n mdl spirit spirl throughout Ihrollloll the flghl flghlIho nehlbn
Iho bn ontest 1 opened openld briskly brlskl > leannetle leannetleusing Jeanne JeannewlnR
using a straight left lef blon bioI He ie showed thn thngreater Ih IhRlealll
greater Rlealll cleverness cllernlsK until Inll the fifth ffh round roundwhen roundhn
when hn Sam al knocked 1mocked him down after afer which whichboth whichbol
both bol h fought fough cautiously caulolllV until uni the fourteenth fourteenthround fourt Mlh Mlhround
round when hen Hama Saml right I ghl eye eYI was swollen swollenAl oln
Al 1 the sixteenth slxl < onlh round Jeannette Jealn8le changed changedhis chlnled chlnledbls
his style st I of fighting nghtlnl and forced Sam to the thei th thropAS
i opos In the se enteentb round toe seemed seemeda
a certain winner unless nles for a chance clane eeme knock knockout knockout ¬
out blow blowDuring blo bloUurlnR
During the 1 ho nineteenth round when whenInnnotte whenInnete
Innnotte Innete seemed to have Sam at his hi rneicy merc mercSam
Sam Sam sent Ienl him down three Ihrel times Ims for nine ninei nineIlht
i Ilht ht and six lix seconds econdl After this Ihll round roundo oundovgeu
ovgeu o nleu was 8 administered to Jennftt Jennfttand Joannete Joanneteand
and thndo Ih dose < o was WI repeated rlpeted in varying varlnl Quan Quantities Quanlilcl ¬
tities lilcl until unlilh thn last round Joannetle J03nnetc wnni wnnidown nt ntdown
down again Blaln for six seconds Ilconda in the twenty
first flt round rund Sam had lh Ihe best bil of it i until untilthe unti
the Ihf twentysixth round when hn loe on went wentdown lnl lnldOlvn
down for fa eight seconds lie
again lal n Ie Iedown a adown
down for Ihn Ih same al lime in the Ih twenty twentyeighth
I eighth ellhth round rOlnd when hon Sam S31 was too weak I lo loput lOi
i put him out outIn 011 011In
11 In the thirlvthird IhlrlI hird round both slipped llppd on onwater nnI
water in toes 101 orner and went nt lo the thefloor Ih Ihnoor
I floor Sub Sul equnntlv toe 10 cleverly cllvorl fought foughtSam fou hl hlSOI
Sam SOI into the th samo corner honing tn ad advantage d dVOllaln ¬
vantage VOllaln by I n I Rimilur ililr nccidnnt nccidnl In the thefortysecond Ihl
fortysecond round rOln and until unll tho th end nr oiy oiyren Ol
ren wa I adtnimstnrod adtinlslred I In Sam hut it itdid I
did not sooni to help him as a 11 did Joannette JoannetteHOI JoanneuBO
HOI S SirW 1 FOR TITLES TITLESPublic TTIES TTIESPnblp
Public Pnblp School Ml Taken Point Troph TrophIn
In Elementary Championship ChampionshipThe Cnplon hlpl hlplThl
The Thl first fr indoor nvmminir Imminl champion championship hamlion hamlionshi ¬
ship shi of the elementary elemenlarY schools in the thePublic Ihl
Public Publc Schools Mhlellc League lalu were rl held heldin
in the public publc baths on West eM Sixtieth streei streeiyesierdnv ur urYflerdn
yesierdnv Yflerdn morning morninl The re point poill trophy ra rawon a aon
won on bv b Public Puhlc School clool R7 i of O Manhattan and andsecond an anccnnd
second honors nent to Public Publc School 77 1 of ofManhattan oflnhaUan
Manhattan lnhaUan Public Publc School 8chooll8 ts of Brooklv RrookI i ithe
the I hI only school from frll that I ha I borough lo set IP n npoint apolnl
point was a third with ith 7 Tour hundred hundredyoungsters hundrrdounglter
youngsters ounglter competed compfled In the th five fe events eventsand I nt ntnd
and nd exhibited some marvellous m3fplou strokes strokesfrom toes toesrrom
from the I he breast to the crawl era1 There were werea ere erea
a few 1 headon collision coll Ion and nd several veral of the theswimmers Ib IbiRmer
swimmers iRmer were obliged oblpd to It stop I and reit reitIn re 1 1In
In the I he middle mlddll of the I he rices ricesThe racpsThe
The times for the final fnal h h31 al will wi all count countas
as a records as I yesterdays meet mel vas a the I first firstchampionship 111 111chllpionship
championship chllpionship Compared Compnrtr nlth wih the tho times timesmade limemade
made in previous elementary elmentar sivinirnini sivinirniniiii hnminl
tho established yesterdar ail aileood allIOc
iii JH 1 ellahlhed ycserd were re
eood R Kullon Filon of Public School 6i 7 Man Manhattan Mal ¬
hattan IOc won on the Ihpo 10 vard swim im in 12 I 43 4 xec xeconds Ic Iconds
onds The best pievloiis prool time 1m for this thisdistance Ihl Ihldltanc
distance was al 111 I > second 1 Iullune Iulluneof
of Public Phlc School 77 i Manhattan Ianhalan ho was a thn thnchampion th thfnmpion
champion fnmpion Ian vear 1 In the I h 51 SOrad yard snltn lwhn was wasbeaten u uheaten
beaten yesterday eslerda hi Kegarnendm nelarnendia of ofPublic orPUblc
Public PUblc School 87 Manhattan Innholan The Thl time was wasiO
iO 0 J second secondThe Rlcond RlcondThe
The relav team from froR Public Puhlc School iin iinBrooklyn I A AIrookln
Brooklyn Irookln won on its iHnl rif heat heat in fast lime limebur limbut
bur w was s beaten bv bl Puuhc PU lc School Selool C r of Man Manhattan an anhallan ¬
hattan in the th final Mna hea heaThe heaThe
The nummary nummaryn lumlalT
n 1 > ard ad Svm SO pound Iound da cluWon Mon bv R Rrulon nItoo
rulon Itoo Public Juble School C7 t Manhattan J Vertcbs Vertcbsjnibllc
rrb rrbPublc
jnibllc Publc School ehooil 7 Manhattan Iaohlan nrrond G Olswn OlswnPublic I
Public Plbl School 10 Manhattan llnhalan ihlrcj < Minrhof Minrhofkv nrho
ok kv Public School 147 Manhattan fourth Time TimI TimIm I
124 I trcoacl <
0 arrt s lm as g poanrt pOond r rXa < m Won on hv h r rlohlan I I10hlan I i
lohlan 10hlan liihhc 1lbli School Selool SV 5 Manhatt Manhatan n K Hfd HfdPublic d i
Public School hool 1W Mnnhnttan fnhltAn second 8tond P McMhon McM lrMahon
hon Puhll fuhl School i 11 nrookiyn Irookln third II I Moore MoorePublic Moorpubllr
Public school hOI 40 4Iohalan Vlocraltsn fojrtb limp Tlmri
1 J sond sondeo nd ndS
eo S fti rd Swim II5 I poind pDnd i tass iss Won bv VI VIHoollnan MHoolban
Hoollnan Hoolban Publl fubl School 77 7 Manhattan Manbatan h 1 Mont MontPublic Moor
Public School 7 Mshhattan A cond n Turifj Turifjl t
r l > ubllc u Shool 77 Manhattan I llor third h O Or1 DT ror rorPtbilc I IPlhlr
Ptbilc school 41 4 lanhitun founh Time Time4J fm
4J 4 l 1 cond < i iAO
AO A Yard am S Slm lm Unllmlttrt tnlllet wcljht Iht rii rl Won xvonhi Wonb I
b hi X Dritarnrnrtli tlarntndla Iubllr ubUC School A Manhattan Mohatan Mohatanr
1 InlhAn llhn 1uhlle School n Manhattan rund rundH I
H I llbbils l1bbls P Plblc iblc School SCh ol Ifflt lloolil Irookl > n ililrd 1
1 Setmoie PublIc School 87 5 Manhatun Aanbaltl fourth fourthTinn rourh I
Tinn 5U s jeconds jecondsICO reond reondIt
ICO It aril a11 Itelay Irls > K IareInilmled ccI nilmlleit vvcliht wcJhl class classUon rluon
Uon on bv b public blr School ManhattAn Mnhata vitntloKl vitntloKlman
man Sclllarte Ollrien and Lev 1 < Ine ln fuhllc fuhllcirnaol Ublc UblcShMI
irnaol tin I JlrooUlvn BroklYn trcond tth lh Diction DictionKlt10 nlk30n nlk30nmt
Klt10 mt < P1lr Pli and MsrhrlnUe hrhllkt Public Publc School II IIMinhMUn I
MinhMUn 1 nhauan third with lb Iteher liber Vollner olne Carherr Carherrnnd Carlerl >
nnd nd Krnton Jrnon Iublc Mbilc School O Manhattan fourth fourthvtth Inrh Inrh1tn
vtth Joseph Molllco Molico Trueman Trlran aatl Btrfr Btrfrlime frrrr frrrrTIm
lime l minutes mlnllo I 2 ft srcond srcondl cond condtSSOlI <
tSSOlI l 4TOV no FOOTBALL FOOTBALLBrooklyn FJ1BtLl FJ1BtLl8roon
Brooklyn Club Iub Vsjsln Defeats the dan danMcDonald In InfeDonald
McDonald McDonaldKorthe feDonaldFor
Korthe For thp second time ma fortnight Iheeleven Iheelevenof eleYn eleYnor
of he le Broolvn Iroolln Football Fool bal Club tllb administered administereddefeat administereddtfeal
defeat dtfeal to the ln < Ian MacDonalds laclonsld champions championsof
of the 1 hI Ainatnur Amalnlr league laSle Sunday Slnda division divisionbv
bv Ibe Ihl score corl of I coal Ioal to o at Marciuette MarciuetteOval
Oval I in Drooklvn rookly I veslerdav Ierda afternoon afternoonThe afernoon afernoonTh
The first fr L time the I h game Are vrai wa one on of tho thocries Ihe6erieR
cries for the Ih Brooklyn Irloklvf championship at atsoccer t tocerr
soccer ocerr but bil yesteidavs jwme lim was in the thesemiflnnl Ih Ihsemifnnl
semiflnnl semifnnl round of Ihe he cup tie of o the New NewVork 1
Vork Slate Football ootba1 BHoclstlon socllt Ion As Al a aresill I
resill reII the Brooklyns will wil meet the I winner winnerof wlnler wlnleror
of the game between Hollvnood 101 wood arid ii 1lan 1lanMcKenzie lan lanMcKenzie
McKenzie In the final tnal round rotnd for the Ihl rup rupTwenty CIPTwenly
Twenty minutes afler the Ihp tun 8al vestetdav vestetdavihn slerdavIh
ihn Ih Uiooklyns UrooliYn tallied talled I Iil he oulv oll soal lo 1 of the thecume th
cume 110 through Ibroulb a pretty prely run by li IL t nldlcott nldlcottat aldlol
at Inside tcsldf right rightIn I IIn
a In midsummer weather eal her and in II the he pres presence ur urne ¬
ence of over a thousand onlooken in inhiding II
dldlnl ne hiding a delegation delaaton of PhlUdelphlatm Phldplt htan the theasHOciatlon
asHOciatlon football fool bal player of the < ieheniAthletic ieheni
I Athletic Athlelc Hub llub defeated defeter a teaiiirepreRentlnB teaiiirepreRentlnBthe lem I IIhe
the clubs of the Philadelphia Phladllphla I lnrhal oorball oorballleague
league eaRle by Iv the score Icore of goals lols to I nt II the thellav Ih Ihla
llav la Illdge grounds Iround yesterday llerda afletnnon afletnnonAfler arrlnoon arrlnoonAfier
Afler < dle onlestlnt one half matters maier looked lookedrather lookedrltb
rather rltb r bluo for the home team lem for Iho I ho vlsi vlsilor vl l llor
lor had placed the only onl goal oal scored acorec to their theircredit theircedl
credit but In the second Iecond half hllf the Crescents Crescentsrallied rcenls rcenlsrallpc
cedl
rallied rallpc efleciuallv eeclal and shot the two tlO gouU gouUnecessary goal1
necessary nere to win the I he march marchC 10fch 10fchC
C C < lal Morris Morril Ihn I h International Inrnallonal critkror critkroridentified crldplIIdehlfed
identified Idehlfed with wih Ihn h llnlmonl IAlmonl Cricket Club ClubplniltiB hlb hlbr11
plniltiB 111 centre halfback placed bin hi hide hidein kid kidn
in r11 n the Ih lead ad by h negotiating nelOlallna a goal 10al cleverlr cleverlrabout cleMI
I about abOII the th middle of fr the Ihl flrst fr t half I he hesecond h hIfecood
Ifecood second half was al vell l advanced Idvanced with the thei IhplrKcnls
i rencents showing greater Ireallr speed when whenW hen henW
W K lackson acklontli in Inside In lll rlcht rlht tallied laled from a airilxtip I
irilxtip WIII1 and tied the score 1011 Five Ivl minutes minuteslater mlnllalel
later II I M Ken Kerl the descent relCInll centre centreforward centreforward
forward scored the Ih winning innin goal goalSam Ioal IoalInl
Sam Inl Iangford Ianfford Deals Unblak UnblakPntiADKipni Unbl UnblPntADKIpnu
PntiADKipni PntADKIpnu April 17 flam am Jansfoul JansfoulgavRAIKuhlakIhe al 011 011Kubiak
gavRAIKuhlakIhe Kubiak h CrAtid Rapids liimh lumhr lumhrmIn r rnmn
nmn mIn al an awful lacing for I ha six rounds Ihov Ihovwent I hvWIn
went WIn through throulh at the National atonal Allilctio AllilctioCluh AhlrUOIuh
Cluh Iuh loniill loniaht Kublak wai a a hualcn blal man manafter
after Mt1 th Ihl first nrsl round rOlnd and many In the thl mAi his hiscrowd hil
crowd expected xplct lo see him knocked mil
But 11 rowc Kubtakto nubllkIO Ihesiirprlse Ihurprile of thesperlmori IhePtclllorl II
look all al that was wal coining cOlnlnl lo him and ro ropeatedly r rperfIY
peatedly tried trlllllo lo cop tho negro with a rizhl rlrhl
nlro wlh 1
hand hanc chop whenever wblnvtr he c fiml nie lo 0 a clinch
clneh clnehnJrorr
l ncford nJrorr however howlvlr vtrts loo clever and andstrong
o
strong lronR for fo th Michigan giant ll heal
Mlphilan Ilanl f hlI
down dOIn Kublakn fuhak guard and swung lefts anil IDII
IIArc 11101 leta
rights to hubuk 1 boUy boty
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Consider These Proposals ProposalsProposals ProposalsFairly
Fairly FairlyProposls
Proposals for relieving relevng the te choked condition condton of New NewYorks NewY
arks Y transit tnsit lines lnes are before the public publicOur publc publcOur
Our proposal is to build buid another anoter subway with wit pri private pr ¬
vate capital which after a period perod of years yer will wil become becomethe
the property of the city ctyFRE FjREE FjREEOur
Our proposal involves not a penny of the citys citysmoney cits citsmoney
money or the citys credit crediteltler either now or later laterWe laterI
I We ask askI
I
1 1To To be allowed alowe to build buid a twotrack twotack express exrs subway subwayfrom subwayfo
from fo 42d Street Stee to the te Bronx 13rnx on o the te East Eat Side Sideo
2 To o be allowed alowed to build buid a twotrack twotack express exres subway subwayfrom subwayfrom
from 42d Street Steet to the te Bittery B1te on the te West Wet Side SideThe Side SideThe
The need is for express expres subways At first firt these tee two twonew t
I new subways will wil be but twotracked totacked Later when traf traffic tf tffic ¬
will be fourtracked for local business businessThese
fic warrants warants they wil fourtacked loca busies busiesThese
These two subways with the present subway will willgive wil
give the city cty a complete East Side subway and a complete completeWest
i West Wes Side subway with a connecting connectng link lnk on 42d Street StreetThese Steet
These two to subways we ask to build buid at our own ex expense exenseand ¬
we
pense enseand and at the expiration of our present lease leae we will willturn wl
turn them over to the city free freeUnder freeUnder
Under our plan the city will wil without expense expens come comeinto comelnto
into the possession of a complete unified subway system systemsmooth sysem sysemsmooth
smooth running runnig and well wel organized organizedThese organizedThese
These subways will wil afford aford relief relef in the future futre There Thereis
i is need for relief relef right now nowSo nowI
So we ask askI
I
I
3 310 To be allowed al0wed to build buid an express exrs track trac on o both bt the theSecond te
I Second Scond and Third Avenue elevated lines tne This Thisvrould ThisI
vrould give two new express lines lnes to the Bronx Brox which whichcould whih whihcould
I could be b gve opened opned to the public publc in eighteen months monthsThe mt
I I your The problem problemOur transit problem is i everybodys problem It I is isyour i
Our three proposals proposls in writing are before the proper properauthorities
1 authorities authorities We are anxious to do our utmost to relieve relieveconditions releve releveI prop
I conditions conditionsWe conditions I
We are ready to ACT ACTINTERBOROUGH ACTaI
I
INTERBOROUGH RAPID TRANSIT COMPANY COMPANYTheodore COMPA
Theodore P Shonts Shont President
I
IHXIK mXll is I EICS EICSItolselr Ull
Itolselr 01111 a Well tiD Ilullt rDaslndrd rDaslndrdi Boat Standard StandardTltlclsril
i < Tltlclsril TltlclsrilIn rltrhtd rltrhtdI
I In II the first tr8t race tice in il which the I he Dixie Ol1il II IItook I I Iloo
took loo part at a al Monaco she was wa badly blI beaJet beaJetbv beupI
bv bY the VoselevSiddclcy and the Innhard InnhardIevassor anhardJea
I Ievassor Jea sor This race rce was for the Prix di diMonte d dIonle
Monte Ionle Carlo which as a non by b Ihi Ihij IhI
j I WolteleySiddele olele Siddele in 40 minutes < 5 second secondI econdlh
I with lh the Ianhard anhad second in 49 4 minute minuteI
I 1143 14 31 seconds Iecondl According Accorln lo the Kncifiirf KncifiirfWorld
World orld the water was a very er lough Ioulh The tim timof tm tmof
of the Dliic Diie II r f was 1as l hour 101 8 minutes minutesI 5 5scond
I second scond It is a grear Ireal mistake sayn Lh LhYarlittng the theJord <
Yarlittng IVoild Jord lo imagine Imallnf that the Mnli Mnlitrnaneun 111
trnaneun lerJanean is a lake but It I lakes la kes I ime im to ram ramthis ramIlhis
Ilhis this fact home lo nomr om < builders IJldCr ol olhish
high powered craft cJaf with l a light I lht construc construction constle ¬
lion standard sandard The second of the American Americanstring merian merianMlrinl
string Mlrinl could not xlatt She Sh may mlY be hp all alllight al
light Jight on al Oy Orler ler Bay la bill In these tialer tialerIf aterIr
If run at high speed Rpee on her present Ir enl lines linesshe 111 1 1Ihe
she Ihe would be nn 11 absolute nbloilte death trap Irapahe s sfalse
false keel has been fitted fled to liei IP bin IJn her herstability herIabiity
stability Iabiity has not been greatly lreally increased increasedthereb increaseuIbereb
thereb > the men are now at work broad btoadening broadenlng
ening her beam beamo < o as lo enable Inable her to lake lakepart Ilkl
part pat in the neE big bl international race racewithout racewthout
without turning turtle She Sh failed 1 to toslail tosl
fli
slail sl all in thai rare raCe because belause of a cracked crackedcylinder cracedcrlnder
cylinder cylinderReferring crlnder crlnderflferrinl
Referring flferrinl to the VolieleySultleler ols le Sltel y that thatpaper Ihalpaper
paper nays lay This year a I new fifteen ffeen meter meterlaunch leter leterlaunch
launch was A built buil to the order of the Duke Dukeof Dull
of Westminster WeslmlnSlel to compete In the unlimited unlimitedpower unlmle
power class The hull hul was Wa built buil by Maun Maunders Sal n nderl ¬
ders derl of Cowes Cowel on the Saunders palent PIIenl sj8 sj8tern
tern of construction onstrtclion with a slight 1IIIht modifica modification moifca moifcarion ¬
tion of the original orllinal patent 1141enl She has ha been beenconstructed beel
I constructed < on he three Ihrel skin Ikln principle principlethe
the rhlef departure deplrture being belnr that Ihallh the skint Ikins ar rr rrrlvelwl
I rlvelwl through I he limbers lmber as well wel an a8lel1 new r rtogether
together with Iln copper wire As regards regardsdesign reudHdslln
design dslln the extra etra length lenlih of the hull hul tlfteer RUeenmelerR tlfteermeters
meters over all al as against a alnt n t meters In last lastrears
rears arl boat roughly rOlahl speaking an al addi additional Addlional ¬
I tional to feel has hal permitted permil finer tner line linethroughout InH InHIhrollioul
throughout Ihrollioul the thl water lines In forward being beingpractically blnt
practically p raetcalv straight for a distance of 17 feel feelaft feelaft
aft of the stem Th The delivery lines Inel ar areasy are arepaRvand
I easy paRvand and the underbodv Inderbod of the Ih hull hul aft af li liconsiderably I Icon
considerably con ldrahb flatter nater than was the case ir irthe
Ihl the 100 > rcsael rcsaelFor e iel
For her hlr whole hole length Ifnglh of SO feet she hp i ibuilt iblit
built blit without wihOIL a butt bll and anr altogether Iloather Is I a amagnificent I
I magnificent maanlMcenl example of British Urilsh boat con construction canLruclion ¬
struction The total weight IIIht of thet thf hull hullcomplete hul
complete cOlpllle with wih all al its interns Internll woodwork woodworkincluding woodworkIncildlni
I including Incildlni engine Inrine bearer is II less than K Khundredweight I
I hundredweight huntredwialt In regard lo the machinery machineryihn nchinen nchinenI
ihn I Wohelev company ha hai adhered to toho toIhe
I ho twin ln screw arrangement Irrnaement which whlcl II IIhas Itha
has ha alwayti al3 advocated for high hllh power poweilacing powerJacng
lacing launches Theluounitsare The Lwo unitlor mounted mountedHide mOlnled mOlnledIide
Hide Jacng hv side nith wih the Ihe valves alve nn the I inner innerKlde Innridl
Klde idl of each Ich motor the exhaust from bothmotors both bolhb
motors being b lng discharged dllcharled into a centre nlre pipe piperunning piperlnnlng
running rlnnlng down tho middle of the boat TnI Ine Inemotors
motors Oolon are lre each of twelve I cylinders cylinderscompared clnder a acopared
compared with wih Iwo eight IIRht cylinder cylnder motors
in last yearH fr < Installation Inllalalon and are Individ Individually Inllvlt ¬
I ually lal ledlled with wih being beln capable of de developing doploplnl ¬
veloping ploplnl 3JO o hontapower horKpower 1 The he distribution distributiontteaiH dilrlblliol
tealH tteaiH a arel0unted re mounted In the cent re 1 of the engine eneln4
having hlvlnl > iic IJ cylinders fore and aft aL of them
i The helmsmans luIInanl seal N placed forward of
the I he engine engineIn enKilo enKiloIn
In tho th nice 11 the thl Tixln Olxll H I engines enllne were werenot re renOI
not nrinc nrins properlv nnd she hl was wa out Olt of the theronte IheI
ronte contell l cnilv pnlI being teinJ lapped loppec at the end of
I he
I second round roundI
Tho I ho Slnndnid Slnnltnrr rounc was OR Hovoroly Hooelv crilirhed crilirhedwhile
I while hiI tho Ih DUio 1I i was 18 praised pralfd Of crltrlft tha two twoI
I Amnri mCrlran < aii nntrnnU onllnnl tho Ihl i Iosl osl notable nol1ble IH 1
nixl > ixl M II Sh lh l in 1 foe M shorlor horle than Ihln Inn <
llrillsh boat nnd In driven b
1lllrlon hy a slngln Inlln eight eightcylinder eigh
cylinder cylndcr Diiln engino Tho Ie hull Is II new ne
hut the flnglno fnlln Is t the Nanin lame us Iml used CI in fho fhoraco Ihorare
rare for Ihn thl British nril h international trophy
In II American AIrlcan viaterx last 10 I Inly ivhon Irorh Dixie D II
II beat UNI jearn earl Wolsein Wol n boat hon Ihonoirncd honolned
II oirncd olned byfh bVlbOukeofWflllnlr rukeof Westminster Whether
hn ln will wi ho able alle to slnnd II ril up 111 lo tle tl additional accllon1
horsepower horlpowlr and nd extra Iniigih lllh Of Iho llrltlsh
boat remains lo bn b sonn son bin htl hor owner Irlllh Is Isquintly I IQUllly
quintly QUllly confidant cnfdon At any rale mIl Khn hn Is I Ilkn
hnr chief rival rlvll a perfect picture PIM of a boat Ik
both workmanship workmanshipOf okmanblp In her HnM InM and gennrnl lCnorl excellonco ecllence of
Of Ihei other representative rlprllentoli from acro
lh hl Atlantic AlanthJ nnei on can ln apeak IPAll with ylh greater greaterconfidence IcrO
confidence Ondllrf A morn ungiilnlv unlllnl rrnfl It IICIr IICIrOndllrf would
be h hard horo lo Imaglnn Imltn than the thl Htandard Htlndrd rrnfh olid Hh i
In l ntlnr nUr vlh lh the Ihl Standard Etlnrld double acting
lvp I p of o onKlnen < nlinl nn al supplier pplr to th Austrian u allnl Irjn
torpedo topedo hosts wh lh open crank pit pi There Theretrn Thlrl
IrA six li cylinder cvlncl equivalent flul va lo an ordinary ordinarymotor
tYDI motor with wlh Iwelwi I Ivl cylinders 1lndr as an aneiplosion n nexplolion
eiplosion explolion takaa place on each itldo tlde of the theJ
J T J
l T
1 1pllon
piston The h displnconjont of the th Standard Slandrdboal
boat nheii nhln in running runnlnl trim in il said lo he a alittle aIlle
little Ille ovnr seven Ions The Th horseipower hOriApower Of Ofthe orI
the I h engine enlinl is I put al 4on 40 at 0 KM revolutions revolutionsJhei relohJions relohJionsh
Jhei h defect of tho doubla doubt acting acing motor in n nracine nracnl
racine racnl boat II that is 11 to say 1 the fh high hlrh centre centreof
of grant Irait v > is verv er apparent apprlnt in this Instance Instanceas
I as lS ihe tops of he cylinders cylnder are roughlv roughlvspeakinir rOlhh rOlhhMlcnf
speakinir Mlcnf six sl ice I above Ihn Ihl centre line lne of ofIho orIh
Iho Ih shifi sharI The result rMul is i that tho Teasel ve sel is isvery i
very er cranky cra ok and distinctly dlllnly unsafo tomakn to akA a asharp I I
sharp hlr turn nt high hilh speod So much KO fO was wasthis a aIhll
this Ihll Ihei ca n that in a trml spin in smooth smoothwater Iloolh
I water atlr the Ih other dav da Standard nearly narlY cap capsized ap ¬ I
sized I7 < when taking Ilklnl a mark sharply hlrpl and the thoharbor
Inr
harbor master laIO reported her hel as al unsafe to toraco 10racn
raco With the idea of remedying this thisdofncl IhlsrMACl I
dofncl rMACl n I fin Ln 01 l SIT i fent flOI long lon and Ant eighteen eighteeninches plahlnInche
inches deep de has ha been bolted boled on to her herPOWER i iPOWER
POWER B04T 4SSOC4rOV 4SSOC4rOVConstitution 4SS0CI4T0 4SS0CI4T0omttuton
Constitution omttuton to De Chanced and nd Astoria Astorialion Aot
lion lon Made More Influential Influentialmeeting Innumtl Innumtlmeelns
meeting meelns of the American Power Powrl Boat BoatAssociation I
Association it i lo be held hele at the Waldorf WaldorfAstoria WaldorfIorll
Astoria Iorll on Monday April Apri 6 at R30 130 oclock oclockwhen j
when htn amendments am ndnnll to the th articles artcf e of asso association I SO SOcation ¬
ciation cation will wil be submitted IUhlll < lo the delegates delegatesby d leiatesl leiateslbv
the executivccommittee These
by executhccommltee TheRI amend amendments amendentl
ments entl will w make the association uloclaton much more moreinfluential I Iinnuential
influential in the sport Iporl and under lndeI the I Ichanges I
changes chanle to be bl made mae If I power pWfr will wi extend extendal I Iall
all al over the continent contnnl The name will wi re remain remain ¬
main the name lame and the object is I topro topromote lolrQ lolrQmole
mote the use e of power boats and the Im Imt Imtprovement I Iprovement
provement of their design de ln and nd power con conMructlon conrcllon
Mructlon rcllon to formulate formulalf rules lo govern Iorn I Itrials Itrlal
trials of speed nnd endurance betw betren een such suchboats suchboats
pee
boats and to further the interests Intere of the theclubs Ihecub
clubs cub composing Us It membership membershipAnv I IAnY
Anv AnY permanently permanenty organized orlanltd club cub or ai aii a aI
i social clal ion In North America having halnl a regu regular real ¬
I lar membership of twentvflve or more de devoting deeollnl
voting ollnl Its 18 attention ltention In whole or in part to topower 10I
power boats bOAII is eligible elliblr for rol representation rtPIP enlaton enlatonIl
1 It is proposed propoP lo form local sections eclonl of offive offe
five fe or more clubs The council cOlnci of the ax axsociation
sociation Iciaton is I to have ble power ower lo approve of ofthese offhM
these councils counclllnd and each ac section secton Is to he gov governed ¬
erned hv h a I committee commitee consisting cOnltng of a chair chairman IOV IOVerne ¬
man erne and otherofflcers and the chairmen halrmln of ofthese orthee
these thee local sections ecton8 will wi be vicepresidents vicepresidentsof
of the thl association oclalon and members of the thecouncil th I
council colnctl The ThO chairman and governing governingcommit ovfrninl
l I commit commltlee annually annlal ee of n local locaileclon section are to be elected electedl electe I
I I The Thl association aocla1 ion In I to be b managed man811 br a apresident
president pre ldenl secretary treasurer trealrer and meas measurer measi ¬
urer 1tr and a nhairman fhalrmln of each local locaileciion locaileciionThil section sectionThis I
This Thil council cOlncl is to be elected electtl each fch year veal at atthe attho
i the annual meeting metnl Jo be held hlld In Kebruarv KebruarvEach
I Each tarh dab In the association is II to be al ali
i lowed lowe one representative for each PPh hundred
I members rembtr or fraction trlctlon of one hundred hlndre but no noclub noI
club li I to be allowed alowe more 10re than five fve repre representatives reprelenlatvC ¬
sentatives lenlatvC and the duel dlet are re lo be 15 for foreach foreach
I each representative r prelentatve Local sections are ar to toreceive i irCIA
receive rCIA onehnlf the Ihl amount 8mOlnL of Ihe Ih dues duespaid due
paid by the clubs belonging to the section sectionENCL1SH seclon seclonElGMSII I
ENCL1SH ElGMSII RACES RACESVale RHESIp
Vale Ip nin Atidlon Anrlon Stakes IUkel at t Alexandra AlexandraPark AleandraPrk
Park Meeting Meetingi lerln5
I
i I HprcM SpfaJ Citblf rM nnixitch f palcIJ to Trm Tnl Stv StvIONDOV IX IX10o
IONDOV April Apri 17 17The The race rac for the April AprilI Apri
I Auction Auclln Stakes loo 10 sovereigns lovereln for Iwo Iwoyeirold Lwoeaold I
yeirold eaold was a run at I Alexandra Park Pak lo
1 i day IY and was wa won by Vale H Trlmmera Trlmmeracolt Trlmmerl
I colt col by Orcenan OrcnanSt St Luvln II 1 was 4S nrcond nrcondP
P P 1 Peebles Peeblrl Marine 111rne Parade was third thirdThe thirdlhe
The lhe hotting hnltnl wan Wa I to 1 against gAln Vale 111 to 1010 lo I
I against Trimmers rlmmer colt col and ant 4 lo i against againstMarine 1llln t I
Marine Ialne Partin Para fen horse ran among amongthem mongthlm
them thlm a cheatnut chrllnlt colt col by b Dleudonne Beetle BeetleAmerican
American Ameican bred bredThe hredTh
The Th twoyearold plate 101 100 tO Novereicn Novereicnfive overfhrs
five fve furlongs rUrlDnI was 11 won hv Godfrey nodfrl Hobin Hobinsona ohlnRon
sona Ron Hlobs nob C l T 1 Pulley Plley Karinler Jarlnler wan wansecond u
second Icond Lord Coventry Coyenl r Valediction lllel llon wan wanthird w wIhlrr
third Ihlrr The Thl halting hAlinI was wa 7 to I against raln Blobi Blobiinn I
inn lo n against IIIln f Karinler and Ind 4 < to t against againstValediction aalnll aalnllllldllol
Valediction llldllol Hlxteen flteen homes horel ran r n among amongthem
them I P P Peeblesa PlebllIe Star StarHave Elar ElarWi monr
Wi Have ave riookmakers rookmakfr al 1 lutonla lutonlaNSATt IalonlaCIsrl
CIsrl NSATt AT April Apri 17 There will wi bo b real realracing 111 111ra
racing ra < lnr and old fashioner thlonP betting brllnl a ar I Jotoula Jotoulathis tonla tonlathis
this spring aprlnr ThU w wai tetlled sellld deflntrl at ata
a mtetlne mlelnl here today when hrn Congressman CongressmanJoseph ConllBlman ConllBlmanlo
Joseph lo lph I TShinock nhlnolk Rome llospesi leppII and andan anda
an a < Ins President Prlicenl Harvey lary made plans for forthe
mre
the h nesslon Alion on the Ih track Ths Thf promoters
believe hrlev that the I hI upper UPlrr court will promollrl tmatain 1IIIn
ludge Iuda HarlienonH Hlrbron donlslon dlolAton and 1 therefflte
there will wi be no parU ful mutueit
= f 1
IEROXAVT1C tERO4VTI TfEWS TfEWSAlias 1ES I
Alias lls Todd Expect Exlt Her Aeraplaae Areplle te t Be BeReady Bend
nd Ready for night FISh In I June JuneMIM Ja I
MIM Mi K T Todd whose flying nrinl machine machinehas machllr machllrha
has ha been in course of construction constrction since sincelast lincl
last October hat her I Iwi
announces announce aeroplane aeroplanewill a
will wi be read for flight nlah In June Miss Mis Todd Toddi
i il building buidlnl her machine for one passenger passengerand palanctr palanctrand I
and expects to drive it herself benel Like Lke the theaeroplane tbf
aeroplane alroplan of the Wright Wrhrh brothers her hermachine i imachine
machine has ha two planes planel and is propelled propelledby PfpelM
by b a gasolene alolen engine enline The two propellers propelr propelrrevolve 1 1revolve I
revolve simultaneously Ilmulaneuely in opposite onpte dircc i itiotn I
tiotn lon It I has h8 been the Idea of the thelovenlor Inventor Inventorto I
to make her apparatus as n simple as a possible possibleand ptslhle ptslhleand
and to embody no freak schemes cheme She estt esttmates e8 e8male
mates male that her machine will wi acquire a maxi maximum maxtmlm ¬
mum mlm speed pee of forty miles mita an hour Her Hereffort Herorl
effort orl has been to build buid a machine that can canbe canh
be h operated operale in small amal parki ark She will wi em employ employ ¬
ploy an automatic aulomate equllibrizing equljbrhin device deviceMiss deTleeMils
Miss Mils Todd believes beleve that the futue uture aeroplane aeroplanewill aeroplanewi
will wi be controlled conlrole by bY electricity eletricity the motor motorbeing motol
being enabled enable to gather Iather the electricity of ofthe orI
the I he air all while whie the machine Is in flight Ilebt Miss MissTodd MisTodd
Todd who ho has ha followed folowe the subject closely closelyfor clodl clodlfor
for many years has ha written writen a text book on onthe onthe
the subject lubJect to be published pUblahed shortly Ihorty She SheIs
Is the thl only woman member membel of the Aero Aeronautc ero eronaulc
nautc Society SocetJ the membership being beinggranted beincranlt
granted ranlt as a a recognition recoanllon of ability abilitymong ablt abltmonl
mong monl the inventors inTenlor at Morris MOII Park Pak who whohave whohae
have machines near completion eopleton are re Dr DrWilliam DrWiiam
William Wiiam Greene Dr DI Henry W Walden alde
1 A Lawrence Morris 1orris Bokor and W H HButler HButler
Butler ButlerDr
Dr 11 William Wilal Greene Grene of 437 c 1 Fifth avenue avenueis
is I out at Morris Park Iark every everlmorninc morning at are areocock 6 6oclock
oclock ocock at work on his hll biplane biplane The ThedoetDr ThedoetDrho doctor doctorhas
has bought a 30 net let of tools and ad wears a amechanical
mechanical ho mchanicallult boulht suit 10 of overalls oVfrals and is I showing showinghimself hona er
himself an expert Ixlert carpenter after afer a week weekpractice fet fetpraclce
practice He hopes hOPe to complete his flying flyingmachine
fYnc fYncI
machine machlnl praclce bv b the latter latn part of May and ex exhibit exhibi ¬
I hibit It t In the contests at Morris Morrs Park under underthe undel
the hibi auspices of the Aeronautic Aeonautc Society Societylie
I balloon balloonIn lie HI will wi also enter a model and spherical sphericalballoon sphercal sphercalball
ball In view of the near appraech of the theopening thl
opening of the riving In season e ason at Morris Park Parkthe ParkIhe
the clubhouse cllbhouse office Ohlce has h been opened and andthe andthe
the secretary Ircrelrr Edward Ecward T Tandy Taad opene la in at attendance atlendance ¬
tendance every day dayThe da daThe
The flrst lrt women to embrace the sport sportof sportof
of aeronautics aeronautc in her bookplate is Mrs MrsCortlandt IraCortandt
Cortlandt Cortandt Field Ield Bishop BlhDP wife of the presi president Prsl Prsldent ¬
dent of the Aero Club of America The Theplate ThepialI
plate pialI which is most attractive atractive and ajd artistic artisticshows aristi
shows a spherical Illberlcal balloon balo n a French Yrnch di dirigible dlrllible ¬
rigible rllible balloon and a Wright Wrlb aeroplane aeroplanein
in flight Ilrht over Oler a picturesque plctureque park scene sceneIn acne acneIn
In the border Is ti a Kin Charles spaniel spaniela
a type typ of dog do of which Mrs Mr Bihop Bishop is ex extremely extremel ¬
tremely fond fondThe fondhe
The he technical committee commitee of the Aero Aeronautic Aeronattc ¬
nautic Society Bocely Is now considering the for formation formaton ¬
mation nattc of rules rlea under which the society societywill
will maton 1 grant raot Its ls aviator pilots ploll licenses Icenea In
America So o many machines are ai being blnr
built buit and so 0 many of the members membel expect expectto
to fly anr within wihin the next month that th it Is II ex expected expeettd ¬
pected that a number numbol of licenses Iconle for flying flyingmachine nylfg nylfgmlcbln
machine mlcbln pilots will wi be bl awarded this year
The Aero plOl1 Club Cltb of France has h Issued Ilsued eight eightcertificates elhtcertlcalel
certificates certlcalel to pilots plola of aeroplane eroplne includ ¬
ing Inl Wilbur Wibur and Orvllle Orvie Wright Delacrange D11ne
Farman lerlot Hlerlot Capl apl Ferber and Robert
Ksnault Peltrie No fo examination exmlnaton was Robrt 8 re required reqUIrdl8 ¬
quired as they were bestowed as recognition recognitionof
qUIrdl8 btloedufconlton btloedufconltonor
of ability bl t It I is I believed bleed that In the future futurewhen futur
when air all navigation nnvllaton becomes bcome a common commonsport commonport
sport the aeroplanlst will 11 be licensed Icenled bv bvthe bvIbe
the Government as a Istheautomobillst Ie theaulomoblit and andwithout
without such a certificate will 1 be blorbidden forbidden ani
to rlv rlvThe fy
The secretary of the Aeronautlo Aeronuto Society
BOcety
has writlflii writen 10 o the t he secretary Ilcrfla of the Smith Smithsonlan Smih Smihonlln
sonlan Institution Instllulont at Washington urging
that steps Ilep be b taken toward navlnc uralnl the theoriginal theorlloal
original Wright machine saved ed for the themuseum themuaeum
museum as the apparatus appartul thithss tblt hUIplnd solved
the problem of human flight tlbt The Wrifht
Nociety MocletY brothers brolherl are honorary boaorr member membe1 Wrht of the theNociety tie tieMocletY
Morris orrll Dokor whose tripUne trpln will be becompleted bacompleted
completed within wihin a 1 few days has hl open wi lo
him eleven 4levea contracts for exhibition openlt should
his hil machine mlchlne prove a success successA auccl aucclA exhblton eboult
A M Herrlnc lernJ the thl aeroplane aroplan inventor inventorwill
will 1 be ono 90 of the th speakers at the reunion reunionof
of f the doctors of philosophy Phloloph at Columbia
university faleralty on Mar 21 21Johns uohn
Johns ohn a Hopkins Outplays Harvard HarvardBAinuone ar
BAinuone BAITIUOIZ April Aprl J7 Harvard WM out outplayed OUIplayed ¬
played by Johns Hopkins at lacrosse luro today tda tdaIhe
the score Icorl being beinl H It t tn I in 1f favor Of Hopkins H
The fh B ame me was played p yed at Homf Homwo wood Park lal lalc 1n
c
Lord Taylor TaylorCommencing TaylorCommencing
Commencing Monday April AprilWe Aprl 19th 19thWe
We Will Vi Offer Ofe Our New Line of Attractive AttractiveSummer Atcve AtcveSummer
Summer floor Coverings Coveringswhich
which is the most extensive extnive and d complete completewe
we have ever shown shownColonial shownColonia
Colonial Colonia Rugs Nouveau Nouveu and Gobelin Gobl Scotch ScotchRugs ScotchRugs
Rugs Mission Rugs Wilton Viton Body Brussels Brusselsand Brsses Brssesand
and and Axminster Aminster Rugs Art Ar Squares etc et to suit suitall suital
all al furnishings frnishings in sizes 24x36 inch to 12x15 12x15Also ft
Also made in special speca sizes sizesMourzouk sies siesMurzouk
Mourzouk and Crex Rugs Rugsespecially Rugsespecaly
especially especaly suitable for Veranda Vernda service servicein sece secein
in sizes sies 18x36 inch to 9x15 ft ftCrex ft ftCrex
Crex China Ch ta and an Japan Mattings MattingsWilton MatlingsWilton
Wilton Axminster Axminsterand AXmtlster AXmtlsteran
and an Seamless Velvet Rugs RugsWilton RugsWiton
Wilton Witon Axminster Velvets Velvets9x12 Vevet VevetgXI2f
9x12 2475 9 gXI21950 12 1950 9x12 gXI21475 gXI21475Brusls 1475 1475Brussels
Brussels Brusls 9x12 1850 1850other 1850ote
other ote sizes from 22 x36 inch to I 113x15 ft ft at atproportionate atproporonate
proportionate proporonate prices prces Also an exceptionally eceptonaly fine fineline fne fnelne
line lne of Domestic Domestc Hall Hal Runners in all al the different differentweaves diferent diferentwea
and sizes sizesOriental
weaves wea yes size sizeOriental
Oriental Rugs
1265 Rugs Rugscomprising Rugscomprising
comprising Kazakjas Kaja Shirvans Shia Daghestans DaghestansKurdistans Daghestn
Kurdistans Kurdistns Kazaks Kaaks etc etcat etc etcat
at 850 to 4500 4500A
A large assortment asortent of carpet caret sizes sies including incudinO all allthe al althe
the popular popua weaves at prices which insure insu a asaving asaving
saving of 25 to 40 40Lace
40Lce
Lace Lce Curtains
300 Curtains 30 pairs at of White WA e Irish lrk Point PQtzt and Renaissance RenaissanceCurtains Renarsa1e Renarsa1eCurtatt
35 35redaced 350 ° pair pairrdn
redaced rdn from fom 475 55 00 pair pairpar pa
450 par parreduced pai
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reduced rducd from fom S60 000 i 050 650 pair pa
8 75 7 5 pair pairreduced pa parduced
reduced rduced from fom 1250 150 i 1350 pair pairCold pa paCold
Cold Storage Department Departmenti
i Plant on Premises Premisesfor
for forFurs forFurs
Furs Wearing Apparel Apparelof A arc arcof
of every description descriptionand descriptionand
and Oriental Rugs RugsBroadway RugsBroadway
Broadway aotk 20th St 5th 5t Ave igth St St
CHESS CHESSCapablanea OS ESS ESSCpabtanea
Capablanea Wins In Handloan RndepTournment RndepTournmentof Tournament Tournamentof
of Manhattan Ilaatan IlaatanChler c C CChief
Chief honors In the Ih annual handicap handicaptournament handicapturDament
tournament turDament of the MahnatUa Mabnalau Chess Club Clubhave tlub tlubhave
have been captured capture by b Jos R Capablanca Capablancawho
who defeated defeale HRofenfeld H Ro enld In theflnnl Ihe fnal game gameat gameat
at the cub club rooms yesterday yestertay Capablanca Capablancawho Capablancwh
who wh lost loathls his nut game to G J BeiholT right rightafter rlbLater
after ater his hi return from a tour tOlr of the country countrywas countrwa
was wa not beaten again although n Roeth Roething RoelhInc
Inc and H Morgan succeeded lucceee in draning draningagainst draln
against alalnst him He finished fnlebe with ih a scorn IcorA of
11 1 wins 1 defeat d feat and 2 drawn game or a atotal I
total tota of twelve points pOllta out of a I possible possiblefourteen PMlbl PMlblf
fourteen f which earned earne him the flrst prize prizeHerbert prizeHerbert
Herbert Rosenfeld who ho had a I splendid splendidposition Rplencil RplencilPliton
position Pliton against aalnt Capablanca in the last lastcame latIame
came Iame Is II tied te with wih O J Belhofr for second secondand Ieconr
and third thir places each having won on 10 and andlost andloat
lost 4 O Aoethlng Roelhlnl with wih a score Icore of s I to 3 3has i
has h a chance of displacing dlsplaclnl them themCapablanea themCapablanca
Capablanea also completed cmplele in the rapidtranllt rapid rapidtransit
transit tournament turnlment at the rooms of the
Manhattan Manhatan Chess CbeI Club Thursday Thufla night nightbut nightbut
but after aCerlnnlnl winning from A Pulvermacher Pulvermacherand
and 1 Rosenthal he h drew in he third thirdround
round with wih Otto Hoethlntr Rortblnr floelhlng Roelhlnl Ihlr won unnthe
the ni toss to decide who should fhould go into the
final Cnland and the latter then defeated defeate 10 H Rosen
f eld to whom was awarded awared the second Iecmt prize prizeGardenia prl I 1 1Gadel
Gardenia Gadel Fitting Fttn5 Out OutThere outThee
There Thee will 11 be some racing racinl in the Ih 4fl 41 fool foolclass i iclaA
class claA this year The Te new vacht building buildingat hlldlnl I Iat
at HerresbofTs Herrlbot1 for 10 Mr Rumrill Rumri it I Is I said saidwill Iald
will 1 be sailed aaled by Robert Emmons Id d who whoowns whoowna
owns the Avenger Avenall The Avenger Avenael will wi not notbe nothe
be in commission commlllon To 10 meet mOft the new ne boat boatleo botJo
leo 8 Herzlr Her 11 of thn th Brooklyn Yacht Club ClubIs Cllh CllhII
Is II having hl lnl the Gardenia Gadenia thoroughly over overhauled overhauled ¬
hauled and nd put In the best bil possible racing racingtrim rcing rcingIrlm
trim under the mipervitlon lupervl lon of William WIlam Oarrl Oarrlner ard ardner
ner the designer deligner of the yacht Mr Ir Gard Gardner Gardner ¬
ner in I not confident conn dent that the Gardenia will willbeat wi
beat the new neW craft craf but she Ihe will 11 be hI able hll lo logive 10Rive
give that yacht a good 100d race unless unlell It Is a awonder awonder
wonder Another yacht that will wi race In InIhlt Intbl
Ihlt tbl class Is the Allslr Alair a Herreshoff terrlsho built
boat boa caA owned ownec by Cord Cr Meyer This yacht yachtdid buil aChldid
did well wel before bfore the I h new rule was u adopted adoptedand Idoc
and since Ilnce the changes hanles have been marie mid which whichmake
tI4
male make water line ln a factor facIoI it Is I thought whlh that thatthe thatshe
the mar do well wel again againloeUry alaln alalnIoekey
loeUry Taral earning Home HomeSftcial RomspInal
spInal Cnbii Clbl Dtipatch nUla tn II Tar TK 3CN 3CNVIENNA leI
VIENNA VFA April Aprl 17 11Fred Fred Taral the Ih Ameri American Amlrl Amlrlcan ¬
can Jockey has ha annulled annule his hil conlraol uith uithBaron wih wihBron
Baron Springer 8prnur and will wi return relrn to America I
11 His health has halltre suffered by reducing reducingNewark rduclne i iNewark
Newark Ort GtlUchtr Pitcher Parkins ParkinsN PrlnaAII
N It WAR AII April A rl 17 175 S Parkins the thetwlrler Ihetwirler
twirler of the New NeI York Americans wan wanpurchased a apurchued
purchased from Manager Mana r Stalllngs by bY Man Manager Manaer ¬
<
ager Wotrerton of the Newark club today todayand todayand
and reported rprte tonight tonightLacrosse tonlehtLtn
Lacrosse Ltn Vie Vleolflr ory f r Naval oatlem oatlemAKturnus ellln elllnANNAroMI
AKturnus ANNAroMI April Apri 17 Ihc Naval lval Acad Academy AtAdem1 ¬
emy lacroiuo larol team defeated eeffated the Mount MountWashington Mounthlnton
Washington hlnton Junlorn Junl m of Baltimore Batmore by 3 goals loals
to l this tba afternoon atraooa
r
ALTOMOBILE GOSSIP GOSSIPIowa GOSSIP101a
Iowa 101a motorists m oloristl are highlv hlah elated OTtr OTtrthe OHrthe
the passage Ia nle of a law in the loira 1013 legisla legislature tlil tlilture ¬
ture known as Ihn I drug dfI bill hil which hib be became b bI ¬
I came oncratiie oppral e recently rccent There has hiI bern berna brn
a Ilrnl < lrag law la1 in effect for Ior spveidl Ilal year ya but butthere biL biLIhlrc
1 there Ihlrc vcri wcrl several objectionable obJeClonahlr tcatme tcatmein fCalurl
in it i which h h ore eliminated elminalcd by h thc new Ill IllThe hi
The iiritifipa proisioim 10isiols of Ihn new npw law lawarc1 lal lalI
I are Trustees Tru tccg hhall hal pay Ia not lo eicccd pxc cd cdI i icent
cent Int per mile mie for each mile mie actually I ualr trav travelled travelId ¬
elled elId In dragging dra III It requires Ihn citv citvcouncils dtY dtYlotnClS
I councils of citien and Incorporated Inoloralc towns townsto wl
lotnClS eli
to cause Cnlsp the main travelled I rl I 11 I roads vrithfn vrithfnthe wihl wihlIhe
the corporate corporlo limits Imig lendlnc Icndlnl into HIP h rll rllor rlr rlror
or towns to be dragged drggcd systematically sslcnotical itm itmregularly 1n1relllfr
regularly regularlyIt relllfr relllfrI
It I shall hll be hI unlawful for any In person IPIon or orpersons o oper60n
persons to drl drhf > e ride or rau lal O > lo be driven drivena tri tria
a ehlcle phlle of any Rn description d < rlpt Ion on or upon uponsouth Iton h hfouth
south fouth half of an e eaHt t nml west 1 hieing hieingor 1Ih 1Ihor
or the east rRl half of a north ane and ne south sOllh hicli hicliway bllh bllhwa
way wa aflcr arllr thfl same a 1 I has hAI been dragged eIallll siiJ AI1hrore
before such h portion of the Ihp hlghnsv una1 una1have hn hnha
have ha diied Humeientlv fU flf I Lh to pack plck under underhorses Indr Indrhorl
horses horl crpr feet fell or 0 fiocn fl07ei enough Inol h lo rurr rurrprovided 131
provided plodrr I lint nothing not hinl in this I hi section ha haapply h 1 1apph
apply to those < instances InIAne where whrr it i I Ipossible 1m 1mllslhl
possible lo iliixn with safety on ih v i ior
01
wih ael
or 0 north lorlh side Idp of the Ih road PeiMltie Tnalil f fjolatini In Inlolalll
jolatini lolalll nny n iiroUlons of the set setprodded At AtprolrCd
prodded prolrCd the first Ir8t offeme l to fin I fiff fiffoflenccH lff lffonenceH
oflenccH tj > In 0 0The JJi JJiIho
The bill alio 1110 requires n llrOI lo ni hlp triHlff triHlfflo IrlIU
lo contract hii for dragging crOi1111 al lt the Ihl 111 111meelnt > tH tHmeet
meet meelnt meelntOrhtll Inc IncDriving
Driving Orhtll an al aiilotnotiile IllnlOlil1 lo eain s mllc mllceducation olr olrpduwUlon
education Is I ilie latent 111 rea rOOOl ou n itunil Ilrl > r nr nrHludenln nrKIUdell1
Hludenln KIUdell1 ttavn li elven hl 1 to the Ih VteMt WC t Side > M MA I IaltolohllA
< A automobile altolohllA nchool 101 officials omclnll as a team teamfor Ica tI
for taking Ilklnl the Ihf Hptiiiir fprll colr otirxes Unona mOII ti t
100 10 men ln In the Ihl piencnt IJpnl term ler of n tliH I Iare rrlino rrlinoarea
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and ml repair 11111 u lraI car Tle Ilie hovs ho sa I that Ihfl thi thiline Ihtlin <
line lin of employment which t hllh civem 1 hem hplI pIiH pIiHof I Ior
of outdoor olldoor life and nd fresh rt h air is I hotter helor thi thithe t I IIh
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u liHI ing for ro clonot 1 serviie nl and frfiaht IrIrhl trim trimporlatlnn rn rnporlaol
porlatlnn porlaol ami An wlso for picnic pkll trip niii niiiwlll Ililf
wlll il act At xliuply 111111 as clniufleiiro llllnplr l It pri11 pri11owners rilownr
owners Some Sorp ol these Ihc ritmlenh tlcpn lr lrhe I
Ih he encineerlnu pnlIwrlnl schools Ihool of Iho hl iiuivenl iiuivenland 1111111 I Iand
and make unusually Inlllliy Intelllccm illpllrn tcpaii r lair mc mcl 11 I IIhl
l tlii time lilI when It H the popular cu culotii
lotii to cnndeiun nil chiiufTeurs ami drij1 drij1of
of motor car ns utterly rcikle < nrJ nrJconsider
consider Ihc motor vehicles Kcncrnnt Kcncrnntregular
regular juggernaiil leaving the rmiinifi rmiinifiInjurcii
Injurcii niul dvlug in IIH trHll the tfimi tfimiof
of inn reiiresenlHllve nccldent n < olail olailmakes
makes liitereHtini icndlnc In tut tutafford
afford n table if coniimrlsotH which ti tithe
the matter In H very < IIMeienl light I Ithe
the period extendlnc from Innimrv I I1 I1lo
lo March 15 IIKHI Ihn record of the com compnny
pnny show fourdeatliwallrlbulable lo nui nuicar
car acciiieniH M uitalrmi lhl there cie cieItMt
ItMt as manv death Hltrihulahle to nci ncidenial
denial NhoollngH there vveie tlve ciiiinil ciiiinilby
by rnllroiiil Iraius four roHiillml from fall fallthrti
thrti from llren aua one by being lhio lhiofrom
from n ntroct car carThe
The Clunker Cllv Motor I lub romniine romniineof
of arrnngeMKinln wan Mchediiled to lslt lsltUntie
Untie Hv Iho latter pan of thl week I Iarrange
arrange lor hotel acoommodal Ion ami n nishlng
ishlng checking ntallnn for thn roadahtli roadahtlirun >
run which taken plat next Saturday SaturdayHilton < >
Hilton iantert R K Ross and W W Raar Raardall
dall are the committee

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