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THE! SUN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1913.
TURF SOLONS DECIDE
TO PROCEED SLOWLY
Track Owners Will Not Try o
CnnfHH With .Imnpstoun
A WAIT IMTM-'.K AN I) WILSON
locUoy Chili Mvlicvod in I'nvni
Kurt her Court Pi-oriTiliiurs
or Lciiislnt ion.
Tlnre will tie ti attempt to revive rnc
trig In tlio State nf New York If con
ilitlotis arc not more fiivnriitilo Hum llipy I
me at present until midsummer it curly.
hi llio fall This positive decision was
trarhcil lifter an linpoi taut iniiforoncu
uf r.M-hifr ini'ii al lln" liendtiiuiiers f Hip
.toohev Clnli. s Cunt Fot t.v -sixth street.
yesterday alien n 'I line wcio two
meetings, one by tli stewards of the
Jockey I 'lull anil the other liy the H
rectots of several lining iiHsiKiatlotis. Hut
rprliii(ly declined to dtn-iiss Hip slttt.t
tlon ho.vntul a tvpovvrltton HtHtemont,
wlihii follow (i.
In new or Hi" many Inquiries bj the piiMIp
t In tin- prntMhlp .u-llini "I III"" stewards "I
I Iip .loil.ry rinli hciaus- ol Hip n-riil ih-cisinii
legardui Ix-Ulns Oip stewards of I hr Jockey
flub desire In mike Hip tollnnliiK statement;
fee JncUpj Clnli I a supervisory "
tn mi ra reoiirs nor line It innirnl the
business policy nf .tn.v of the r.T-inn soi-l
tton li h.t icrlsin rule ami regulations
which nbtatn and arc pnl In luice whenever
mit msetliif htp lirlil at tlir Virions course
nlilih tril n approval from Hip .lorke.v
I'liih. oulsnlc s well " In Hip State of Nw
Vnilrr llm Ian- In IM State th r'-iiii a
uclatlon wr Ite-oiporaled bodies and lakp
IliPlr ll-n',s lo race from a rat-lug rnmnils
piuii nppnliitPil l.r On- (Invcrnor, anil lliry rap
under Hip rPJ'oiwhto rain anil rciuUllon of
the Jockev Club
It Is to W nh-crvrd, Ihrrrlorp, lliat It I not
Ihp proitiu-p of the JoHp flub In nay wiicthre
there shall or ph.ill nt ! ra.'iiis. Inn kIihiiIiI
flip association or any of tlirni decide to oihmi
their racecourses, 1hn tin .locke) flub i-on
ttnls tlip manner In which si,;h racing shall bp
Vte arp given In understand that thp assnna
Inn arc dellberattnc to Ihctr polity In the
The stewards prorent wero August HpI
mont, chairman, K. K. HlurKls. II. K.
Knapp anil AinliPiv Miller. .Mr Httirftls,
ly tho ay, was rlertril k'p-rh.ilrinaii. to
llll Hip Mu-aiii-y catiKcd hy Hip ilc.itli of
.Ihiiips II. Kppiip. uhlle Mr Knapp wrh
(lpcteil to mircepf! .Mr Sturirin ai cpitp
tary anil tiniinirrr Tho rai'lntc iissfK'ta
llona ipptciipntPil as follow h.
I'oiiey lalanil Jockey i'liih, Slipcpihpail
Hay, Schuvlpi' s l'arcous; Hiooklyn
,1ocko. t'luli. t!r.tvP5Ciiil. anil Qiippiih
County .linkpy Dub, Aqueduct I" .1
Tiwor; WeptchestPr Racing AHsociatlou.
Kelmoiit V"rl AttRiiM Helinont. IS, T
Wllmti of Hip SarntuKa KaciiiK Aa?ocia-
I I on ami .1,11111:1 llutUr nf tho Kmplm
"lty Association are out of the rlty. V
II TIp.mioIiH of the Jamaica track and
V A. KiiKeinait of llio I Irlcliton Hear 1 1
Hack did not attend. After dljctpmlnK
Ihp Klliiatlon this liiief announcement nan
made public by Assistant Secretary Dulti
Kcrfield. "Because of the alueneo from Hip city
of brr;l of the official of the ravine
ntsoi'lations no dellidtu conclusion could
be nrriveil at
"It can bo hlali'il, however, that onlnc
to tlio KrPdt iPduetlon In the number of
liorspn raeliu; and the, deflnitp proKrainmes
annouticpd hy tho VlrKinla and Mar) land
aoclatloii. ulileh haw alnady sceured
licenses from the Jockey Club. IIiofp sprliiK
liiptlncs will nut In) ronlllcted with."
The Jockey Chili Mewards already have
licensed rnpetincs at Jamestown, Va., and
I'tinllro and !Iaru rie (Irace, Md., which
extend lo May (). There was nothltiR to
tiubstHntiatP the rumor that Helinont
1'arl: In Nassau comity would lgln rac
inc threp days a week 011 May 30. or
that there, would be a mouth's sport at
FaratoRa in AususL It was admitted,
lion over, that ns soon nS Messrs. Wilson
and flutter return to this city, another
tneetlnc of the racliiR nssoelatlon will bo
held when somo dettiiltn policy may be
It was said last nli?lit that the racltiK
interests btlll favored a review by thu
Court of Appeals of the Kcudder deci
sion In the .Shane case, already approved
tiy the Appellate Division, and it whs fur
ther hinted that In the near future a hill
repeallnc the so-called directors' llabll
ltl law mlBlit be Introduced In the Iak
IslHture at Albany, the point to bo raised
twine that in the opinion of the. lower
courts the present law is both unjust
and unconstitutional. Hut It was impos
sible to get fiom any of those who at
tended the conferences a direct expres
hIou of opinion ui to any of these inies
tlonfl. That the directors of the various rac
ing associations are not In a hurry to
Jump at conclusions, there Is little room
for doubt, ft is said thnt some hold the
opinion that the liability law Hill re
mains a serious obstacle for tho reason
that there has been no actual criminal
prosecution to test the validity of the
law and that it Is a question whether
ounty authorities who exercise Jurisdic
tion over the different tracks would be
wholly guided by the rulings In the Khano
case as far as they hare gone.
Uov. Sulzer's promise to appoint a new
State flaring Commlnt'lou has prompted
both Interest and curlolty among the
turf solous. Many tumors are rife as to
possible selections for the new commis
sion and some of these stories, it is said,
liave not excited much enthusiasm among
the racing magnates. In short tho Jockey
Club stewards and the racetrack owners
nppear to be anxious to mark time until
they have received more assurance that
racing can be conducted on a moderate
cale without a clash with the law.
MEYER IN CLINTON MEET.
Bprlnter-Alnmnoa Wilt Ilnli In the
Us-Mrmhrra Itace nt S'M Yards.
A change has been made In th distance
to be run In the cx-membcrs' race of the
Up Witt Clinton Indoor games of March 7
t the Seventy-first Hegltiient Armory.
The original distance of 4 fit .irds will be
rut to 220 yards instead. Alviah T. Meyer
of thn Irish American A. C former Clin
ton track man, H entered In this event.
Others expected are llrady and SfcDonald
cif Columbia I'nlvcrslty and Hen Story of
the I rich.
Tho race that promise to feature the
meet will be the siliolastic mile run, In
which I.. K. Wen, the two mile record
holder from lloselle High School, New
Jersey, will race l'lebes of Commercial, the
P. S. A. f.. half mile champion. Wen?, will
try to break Meyer's record made last Sat
nirday In thn Dickliuuin meet and at the
name time beat Wi-ru to the tape.
.Irrary n htrp Xmrrr liming.
Trenton. N. J.. Ib. 2. Asspmhlyuian
Jlrpilpnbek of Hudson for the Committee:
on MIscelliintoiiH I'.usliiess leported favoi
ably the bill of Assoinhlv man Klrwln of
J'.issalc authorl'lng lai.xlng exhibitions.
This Is the bill that sporting clubs all
fiver thn Stale aie ndvocatlng A similar
bill last ypar, futhetcd hy Acsoiiiblyinaii
Void, failed In pass.
finlf I'rnrllrp I'cllpsc Tennis,
PlHFlliiRST. N. C , Feb. 21. A small
rntrv marked opening play In the men's
jilnglrs tenuis tournament, which began
lo-da.v, fur eveiyhnd H hirsv practising
tin for nrM week's Hprliiu golf luunni
nieill The nuit.'lies also wic easy. ,
Jk Bulfo of Hi-ookHu defeated Herman
Jleglei' of Hanvilli h II -I, li- -1. fj It.
Siar of II I. k llurp won from II. II. Mai
siul), Hxiiioic, In li 0, II I. Ilohirt i:
ritouc of Hostun was victorious hy fi il,
6 I over Wllhtirii Schenfu.i of llnrtfoid,
and Lawrence, Cuwlni, of Clncliiiiatl, win
ner of the annual iiildwiulcr i'li.(tn.piiiliip,
defaulted to C. A. Jtoas of Hartford.
EXETER TO ROW ANDOVER.
Aiinnnl Contest on
Hp Ilevlvril i
lite Mrrrlnmr In
Resumption of lowing racri betwpeti
Evtrr and Alnltiver Is promised for llm
coming sriiHuii lifter 11 long peilod of In
activity In tills npoit at thcip schools. Ar
lutigeineiits have bei ii made for a race
between the ilwil eights In he rowed on
the Mi-rrhiuic Itlver on Jim" 2. It Is px
peeled that thp establishment of a towing
hsIpiii at these schools will have an tin
Inn tun! licai Ing on the future material for
the Harvard mid Yule crews, as tmth of
Hit se colleges 1ih been III tile habit nf ie
1 iiillitiR foottiatl ptnvcrs and athletes from
these c litres of Instruction.
Ilxelcr nlteinly has sUirled out In ear
nest to prepaie for the stttlggle on the
water by the 01 gnulsiiitlons of lui.lt clubs,
which are named' lied and tlruy, iiflei the
colors of the school, The llxonlatis will
priiellse for the laces 011 the Swampscott,
which Is adjacent to llm school, while the
Andover hos will han to travel to the
Merrlmnn to do their rowing.
Conches aliendy have been engaged and
the liveliest Inteiest Is being taken by
giaduates and uiulrrgrndii.ilcM In the race.
Arrangements have been made to have
shells sent from Harvard for llm use of
the scliooltio.s and practice on tho water
will begin as soon as the tlvets ale flee
VETERAN FRENCHIE IS
JUDGED BEST OF ALL
(Mininiion Nellrole (Inmiii Heals
I loirs That lliinilited Hint
in National Show.
ftasTO.V, Veil 26 One of Hip fenlutes
of lo-da's Judging of the nilous dns-scs
at the second annual show of the Hiistern
Dog Club was the decision which made
Champli.li Nellcote dunlin the best Trench
bulldog In the show. Nellcote tlamhi Is
in yeais old and Hie sire and grands'lic
of numerous champions. This afternoon
Hi" veteran was Judged by Harry W.
l.,icy to be better than either Ids son.
Noswnl Nabob, sold last week for tl.fillO
b Arnold l.awson, or Fenway French
man. Hip animal that beat (iamln In New
York lat week.
Vlckery Kstelle, one of Hip wire hr.lrPil
fox terriers that starred last week In New
Yo'k, was a winner to-day. Foxhound
limn turned out in fin re to watch th
awards In the classes for American unil'ne a lew penalties for tripping In I
Kncll'll hounds. Allierlcill llOUIld liienlllie e,-on.l nerto.l lull llie.n
J'.nglMi hounds. Anierlcni hound men
vrr" 'n the nsoendeiic.v , for there was no
competition with the Middlesex Hounds In
the Hngllsli division, A. Henry lllgglnson
carrjlng off all the honors. It was al
most like a Hrunswlck Fox Hound Club
reunion, for members were in attendance
fmm all parts of New Kngland.
The chow chows were the other draw-
lug caul of pet dogs placed on Hi" block
to-day. IHnkle of Newhilnls, th" propcity
of (ireen Acie Kennels, took the blue lib
bon In the puppy dog class, and Mrs. Ad
nah Neyhart's Yuey was llrst in the novice
dog. In the limit dogs clasn Win Sum
Kennels' Foo Shan, a dog. whose pedlgico
Is iinoknown. took place against four
others better known. He e.lso captuied
the blue ribbon In the open class against a
The Handle Dilution! terriers also held
their gallery. Joseph K. nraham'.H
Archie took flist place In th novice class
wltli tih rnlegard second and Sir Waller
third, Imth of the saino owner. Pointers
in good nunilier wi re also Judged during
thP day and th" Irish water spaniels.
Some of the awards.
Knrll'h Toy Hp.mlH irutivi No Ipp Pet?
and IlltPlier--First Mrs II I Itall'i llei
moilL I'.eMli. t.ltnll. hnk'N ami llllchi--
rir.l. Mlsa VV (.. I'lirlPil's .Hu.pnil.rv l.lllle
l'al iipen, Does and lllu h, and Winners,
Hoik and Hltrhps-Klr.t. Ml" N. U. Par-1
Iftt s champion ItoK-mary Heii nival.
Toy Poodles. I'lipplPS. I)ok and Hitch
ririt, U. Oliver I'Hiplns'a I'ndnwetl I'nnca
Limit. Decs and ItltchPii. and Winners. Ioca
and llltcliea - i'lr.l, Mrs. llrriPst Anker's
iliatnplun Hovliury Sport.
Yorkshire Terrlprs. I'tirples. Docs and
Itllehia rirst. Mr. Thomas l.oniaMnev' i
Norway Dakota Dan. Nov tip, Dos Kimt.
Albert W'ood'a Wood's Tlliy Limit, Dunn;)
linen, Doks. ami Winners, Doc FlrM, vl K ,
aiw(iy iinuro prince. Novice, inicnep . i u and cnt It Into th net making the
I.lml' and Winners, Ultehe- Hrt Mn. It- Then Penbialv whs hurt
Thomas Lomasney's Norway Snorting l.a.ly. M".re " 'tn , ,.as ',,lrl
Limit. Open and Winners, lilti.hr. First. "d retired A minute after the Ken
Horpa Kennels' Krlly Walter nedy goal Shlneff i-arrlcd the puck on
ilorilon setter Novice. Dogs and Illtehea t,e left wing and passed lo llelnmund
Mm. r.nun M. BardMPll's Midlothian ' , frim. .,f il. .. ln vmred This
Maid Limit. Dor. and Hitches. Open. Dogs I . r. I. " ' caK. .Tor.-"' 1,113
and liltclies. and Winners. Dors ami Hitches 1
Flrsl. Vesdlhe Kennels' Yrsdlhc ('hallence
Dalmatians Limit, Dogs and Novice, Dogs
I"lrt. Ileibtrt W. Mason's Tony Open
and Winners. Dogs First, J. f Weeks'
Pointers. Novice, Dogs First, Hunny
mede Kennels' Kunnymetle John Limit.
Does I'lrst. 1- II. Chase's Don llueh. Open,
Dogs, Pounds and Over First, K II
Chase's Don lluh.
Airedale Terriers. Novice, Dors First,
Larchmera Kernels' I.arthmere Pretender
Hull Terriers American Hred, Dor
(champions barred! First, F. W. Facet's
Wildfire. Limit. Open and Winners, Dogs-
Flrtt, Lansing 1 Piatt's lllooinshary Itlilse
mos. SWEDEN VOICES REGRETS.
Sorry Tliorpp Was rrofelonl, bill
I'lpnard at Speedy Jnstlcr,
That the Swedish Olympic oommlttep'
appreciates the prompt way In which
the Amateur Athletic Fnlon handled the
Thorpe case Is apparent from the of
ficial acknowledgment of the action de
claring the all around champion a pio
fesslonal. In addition to a formal letter
stating that the statement had been re
ceived and would be placed before the
Swedish Olympic committee at Its next
meeting. Krlstlan flellstrom. the secretary
of the committee expressed tho feelings nf
the Swedes In the unfortunate affair as
Stockholm, Fehrusry H. HIS.
James E SnlllTttn. Ksn. , Secretary American
Committee Olympic flames, zl Warren
Street, New York. N V
My Dear Mr Sullivan: I bet lo enclose
herewith my committee's official acknowledg
ment of your letter with retard to James
Thorpe and need scarcely say how exceedingly
sorry I am on your behalf for this sad busi
nrs I Quite understand your feeling and
really do admire the prompt ami decisive
manner in whirh you and the Amateur Ath
let lo Union have acted In thta matter, prompted
only by an honest desire lo uphold the ama
teur tntu of your competitors and the dignity
ol llio mnon without any regard to other most
In my opinion America and its alldello or
gauizallon have gained immensely by such an
act of discipline and juetice and 1 atnecreiy
hope that the same spirit will always animate
the organization of Hie other countries in
similar cac where ditciphno and lilies must
be upheld at any eo-t
Assuilng nu agiilu of my nnd all my conn
trjmen's esteem and admiration of jour act,
and with kindest iciards, 1 remain,
lours very tlilll,
KftlSTIA.N 1IKU.STUOM, Hecretary.
ToTTiiarnd .Vine Mint lo nils.
The baseball prospects foi tho coining
season at Townsend Harris Hull arn
gloom-., due to tho fart thnt there will pot
lie a single veteran In the lineup. The few
left from graduation me elthei imdi r fac
ulty ban or have left T. II. II. fin otliei
schools, (.'apt. Hank enteicd Clinton last
teim and Is now it candidate for oiittlcldei
of the Ited ami Hliick nine Schocnhjum
now Is endeavoring to enter Clinton. If he
does lie will tiy out for pllcher. Com
merce has Cnss working to make lli.i Imsi -hall
team there, and llrog.in will not In
permitted o don hln still for Towm-ond
until the faculty removes the ban now
IvIiiKslr. Five Win Joke liame.
The Klngslev School of Hsiex h'ells,
N J . won its tenth coiibei'ijllvo li'iskclb.ill
i game esterdii,v afternoon on the home
it unit by dureallng Hie It.tndolpli .Military
lAcadem.v live 1 n scon; of 2!' to 1. Tim
ac.iih'iu bo.vs iiihiIi' theli ouy tall on a
I Holing ('onrlnvc 'ro-nioii'oii .
Tho meeting of Hie Stall N ifilt-i c i irn
Inilfsloli scheduled for yeiderda) iifU'inuon
,was piHtpoiiid until to-moiiow afleiuoon
on account of the absence of CuiiimUoluiici
(U'Nell, who Is In Albany.
CRESCENTS CLIMB TO
TOP RUNG IN HOCKEY
LpihI Amateur Lenguc Through
(tnllnni Victory Over
SrOHB IS t (JOALS TO 3
Wiisliburn's Dofpticc Piny Keeps
Mnrjrin From Heinjr More
Kxtra Period Needed.
The Crescent Athletic Club hockey learn
last night defeated the St, Nicholas Skat
Ins Club team In a nip and tuck battle In
the SI. Nicholas Kink. An extra period
was necessary to settle the little difference
of which wns tho belter team and Hip
Ciescents won the verdict by a score of i
goals to a, This victory places the Cres
cent Irani at the head of the list In the
battle for the. championship nnd the
'plaer last night were chcerpd heartily
bj tho big crowd of pnthlislasts becausp
arter starting with sonic misfortune and
bring at the bottom of the list, they have
winked Into thn lend. This team has to
play one more gnme, while tho St, Nicho
las team has to play two more and, should
these two teams win all. there will be a He
for first place nnd again It will be neces
sity to play an extra gamo to decide the
I nlght'n contest was n hot one
ft nui stall to finish. Thp tpams ultei
tinted In the icui nil the way through
until they were tied with .1 all at the
close of the second period Th"ii an
extra period was tilnvcd and after 12
minutes 21 seconds or hot play Shlrrcrf
shot the deciding goal.
Hverv man played his lot. Tlieie were
few ciltlclsms to bo made of the work
of Hie players anil eneh team won and
lost the game. Mills did Hue work for
the Ciesietit team nii'l, turned aside many
haul shuts and Wnshhujn fur the St.
Nicholas team, did even better because
he hid mole shots to stop. In the fltst
period several idiots were sent nt the SI.
Nicholas goal, each one of which would
have run n( I'd but for Washburn's woik,
and In the limit crlod ho stopped two
hard ones that seemed impossible to kerp
out of Hie cage.
The game was a very clean one There
I lie second period, hut these were made
In the heat of the game rather than fmm
any maliciousness on the part of the i
players. In the first period Tcalwidy had
Ills head cut with a stick during a
scrimmage. While be was having thp
wound tund up Scuthorough sat on thp
sldp Hiip to even the playing stiength
of the tpams. I'eabody lesumed playing
In the second half and finished the con
test. Hp scored twice for St. Nicholas.
At the start of the contest the des
cents were veiy aggressive. The pue'e
wat rushed Into the St. Nicholas teirl
tory and shot after shot was sent nt
Washburn, but each lime that plaj.ee
neatly turned Hie rubber aside. lu
Fresne and Hrovvn sent In some partlcu
Hi i ty haul lifts, but without scoring. The
St. Nicholas forwards succeeded In break
ing up Hip Cicscput attack and the puck
was kept In a hot chase up and down
This sort of work lasted for seven min
utes and then Chew st.irtiil down the right
win-' with the puck. He was checked by
Hu Fresne and Scarlwrougfi about the cen
tre of the ring, but not lieforc he was able
to send a wild shot toward the goal. Mills
was alone on the defence and seeing Stan-
.ley Hearing the cage trying to catch thp
,K.i. , rebound, h
' . ... i.,i,,i ,. .
rjiecij. I eal)fd was
lpft tho goal to
closely and beforp Mills could get back
he had sent the puck Into the net. This
was after 7 minutes 22 second of play.
Then there was another hot battle for
eight minutes and finally llelnmund made
a i im down the right wing and when
pressed passed to Hrown. flrown shot
and the puck missed the net, but bounded
hack again and this time Kennedy caught
endeil me scoring in me nrst nan.
In the second period the game was even
faster nnd the player were a little over
anxious, so that there was some tripping.
Itlcliatd tripped Kennedy nnd went off for
two minutes. Shlrreff and Stanley roughed
each other and Shlrrcft was rnught by the
leferee and went off for a minute. Tur
rcll tripped Scarborough and got two min
utes, Then Scarborough was caught trip
ping nnd he went oft for two minutes.
After 13 minutes 23 seconds of very fast,
clever play Turrell scored alone. He made
a very pretty run along the side and the
hut lauded In the net. This made a tie
once mote. Kleven spconds after this Ken
nedy scoied on a paas out and the Cres
cents led once more, but live seconds later
I'eabody got a pass out and with a back
hand shot landed the rubber In the cage.
The second half ended with three goals to
the credit of each team.
Flay waa continued at once, hut with
Hu Fresne off. Ho hud been M-ntenced
for two minutes for tripping Chew. Kach
team battled hard and each sent hard,
fast shots at the npt. For 12 minutes
21 seconds this light went on and then
Shlrreff scored the winning goal. Brown
and Kennedy had curled the puck toward
the St. Nicholas goal and Shlrreff ot In
on a pass out.
Crerent A. C
.Position . .
Goal . . .
Point . .
Hover . . .
Centre . .
. , Chew
Score-Crescent A. C, ; St. Nicholas S. (J.. 3.
(loads hy Kennedy, ;, llelnmund, hhlrreff; I'ra
bisly. 2, Turrell. Ilrferrr, i:. (iaron. Irhli
American A. t. Assistant referee, J. Ilogers,
Irish American A. (' final umpires. A. Woods,
New York A. C , and M. McDonnell. Irish Amer
ican A. C Tinier, (ienrgc T. Slrbhln. Crescent
A. C. Penalty timer. W .1 Croker. Wanderer.
Time of halves, so minutes each; extra period,
12 minutes '-'1 second.
TH0M DISTANCES TRAVIS.
Win Florid Open (iolf Title With
rlernn Amateur Nrrnnd.
I'ai.m Huapii. Flu., Fob. 26. Charlie
Thorn of Shlnneeock and Miami, Fla., Is
the new open golf ch'implon of Florida, ns
he instanced his Held to-day with two flno
rounds of l!X and t!0 for a total of 13".
Ho was live stnikci belter than his nearest
I competitor, Walter J. Travis of Garden
( 111, who won the amateur pil.e offered,
mid six strokes better than Fred McLood of
Coliinbla and Jack Hutchinson of Alleg
heuy, his neatest rivals in the professional
ranks, who wcio 3 each.
Tliuin led thinugh tho day from the
llil hole on and did not have one poor
hole In the tlilrt-Blx.
Charlie Tlmin, Shlnneeock. 8 -6. 1J7; W.
I Travis. Harden city. i 73, 142; .talk
Hutchinson, Albglieiiv. 71, 113, Fred
.Mi Lend, Columbia, 70 7X, 143; .1. .1. Me.
Ileillioll. Atlantic City, 72 7a, 141, Ollliert
Nli lulls, Wilmington, 7170, 111. Waller
Fin at kiip. Skokle, "3 72. 141; Toni Ander
son, iialiinoiit, 76 70, IU, ,. m llrady,
VAoIIhsUiii. 73 -7. 11. T. L. MeNainulH,
H'i'i "4 7it. 1 60 . A. II. rum, paini
Ilea. h. "6 74, ISO, Al.-naniler fmlt h. Wy
kagil, "!, "(.. tut. W. H Htalloril, Lugle
MHi.l. ',! 7i. iiJ. A. A. StNKg, Chicago. U..1.
.1 It. II.Mle. Plinth Hhnre, 153. .1, D. McLen.
nun, iinnitiisla, ID4. II. I. Farrhiglnn,
VVno.lluli'l ll.i! V II MclJtvvcr, 165, F. D.
I'nulil. .Sen Voll., 157
411 of Tnvv iisciul Train Inrllsjlblr.
The faculty lommlttee on nthletlcj ut
Townsend Hauls Hall has mdered the
basketball team to illshaml because of the
fact that all uv ijllahh' material Inellgl
lilr. Coniiuerco, Clinioii and StuTcsant
iilicmly liavo shelved basketball. The
to-urun, so fur an Iho high schools In Man
battan are concerned, li cloud,
ADELPHI STARS NOT NEEDED.
lVnr and Urlir Absent, bat Vic
tory OTpr ClrppiiTtlrh I Bay.
Despite the absence of hpr two for
wards, Capt. Wray and Drlggs, thp Ariel
phi basketball team trounced tho Green
wich Academy flvo of Connecticut yes
terday nt the Adelphl gvmnasluin by a
scoro of to to 26. Tho first half was
very close nnd fast, tho teams appearing
about evenly matched. Greenwich had
better tpam work, but Adelphl was. su
perior at shooting the goals. Adelphl
started the second period Willi n Hash of
liprold Minn tpam work and by tho clover
shouting of Alford and Hernsteln was soon
far nhf-ad of her opponents. The visitors
were Rblo to scoro only one field goal
In this period.
Adelphl. Petition. Greenwich.
neniMi ln l.cfi forward Hank
Mforrt . Itljht forward . . . .Wlimorc
IbboUoii., I'cuire .... . .tuild
lirrlllch. l-rt cuard . ... Ilrav
Walilrn Night guard.. . Nkoll
Score Adelphl, 40; tiiernwlcli, I. Goals from
field Alford, 9; Hernsteln. .; .lurid. 4: U'alilen. I:
U If more. 3: lirelllrli, llantis, Nlcoll. (foals
from foul H'lftnore, a: A I font, 3: llernMrln,
Substitute- lirohan for IbhotMjn. Iteferrc--May.
Time of halves- mlnuies
HAILSTONES BIG AS
EGGS PELT ON GIANTS
They Finish (Same nnd Rarely
Heat'h Hotel When Record
.Maclin', Ton., Feh. 21 The Ul.inU fin
ished their dally s.ime this afternoon Ju-t
in time lo gel back to the hotel before one
of the most (lestruetltr hailstorms that
ever bomb.itded Texas broke over the
town. Hegnting wtlh big drops of rain,
the .-tin in soon developed Into a tattling
Urn of big hailstones. Tills continued for
twenty minutes and then the stotm spent
Itself in one final voile) of hailstones that
wero as big as eggs. The heavy hail
stones crashed down for ten minutes and
skylights and windows that had withstood
the llrst bombardment were broken all
The skylights and windows In the
Ailington Hotel, where tho Ulanta are
stopping, were, riddled and the air was
so thick with flying hall that one could
scarcely see across tlir street. i
Horses broke loose and ran away nnd
many plate glass windows werp smashed.
The lights In the hotel went out and
the ("Hants had to rat dinner by the light
of c.mdlrs. The rooms of a number of
the placrs wero rendered unlnhahltuhle
by tho downpour, which followed the hull
storm. The rain came through the broken win
dows In sheets and soaked the bed and 1'-
longings of the ball players and -.cveral
had to he moved to other rooms. Some of
the (Hants went out when tho hailstorm
was at Its height and untied horses which
were being pelted. The hall came down
for nearl an hour and did great damage
alt over this section. A heavy rain is fall-
lnvr to-night and tho (Hants probably will
not be able to work at F.merson Park to
morrow. The temperature diopped rapidly nftei
VOLLMER'S EFFORTS FUTILE.
Jcorra in I'otnla for ytnsrraant. hat
.lerseyllPa Win Anrcn?.
Central High School of Newark de
feated StuTetant High School In a dual
swimming meet at th" Sixtieth SlrePt
llaths estPtday afternoon by a score of
32 to 30. It remained for the relay, the
last event of tin- afternoon's sMirt, to de
cide the icsult. Hy the narrowest of mar
gins the Newark quartet managed to win
this event. Vollmer of Stuyvrsunt was
the Individual star of tho meet, scoring
fifteen of his team's points.
30 Yard Slni Won by Yollmrr. Stuy
vesant, Jennings. Central, second, Lee, Stuy
vesant. third. Time. 10 seconds
10 Yard Hwlni Won hy Yullmcr, Stuy
vesant, Jennings, Central, second Abb.
Stuvtesant. third. Time, 26 seconds.
Plunge Won by Yanderwater, Stuyvesant:
rtsrnhard, Htuyvesanl. seiond. Cox, Central,
too Yard Swim Won by Thornell. Central,
Lee. Stuyant. second. MrLoughlln, Cen
tral, third. Time. 1 minute f seconds.
Dive for Form Won by Smith. Central. f
points Allen, Central, second. Abby. Stuy
Helay Ilace, 140 Yards Won by Central
11. S. (.Smith. Jennings, Hennette, Thornell),
:20 Yard Swim Won by Yollmer. Stu -vesant;
Hennette, Central, second; Yander
water, Htuyveiant, third, Time, 5 minutes
50 3-5 seconds.
EVEN AN OPPONENT HELPS;
llpymond of Horace Slavnn I'ula lack
In Osrrt Goal C'ntler Frolic.
fly Walnwrlght of Cutler scoring two
goals for his team nnd Keymond, goal
keeper of Horace Mann, accidentally push
ing the puck Into tho goal he was guard
ing Cutler won a hockey game at St.
Nicholas Hlnk yesterday morning hy u
scoie of 3 to 0. Hamlin of the losing seven
showed best form In all departments of
Horace Mann. Positions. Culler.
Ilevwond.... (ioal. .. N. lotin
I'hllne Point Howling
Hamlin Cover point l.omi
llnlav Hover Vialuwrlght
Walio.i Centre.... i . Post
IMIIIanl . Hlglitwlng... an Horn
Wadsuorth Left wing llardln
Score Cutler, ; Horace Mann, 0. fioali,
Walnrlfht, 2: Heymond tfor Culler). Iteferee
I.. Crovai, Irving, 'time of halves Ultcen
NO NINE FOR NEWTOWN.
All negnlar. of Last Year's Star
I.tnenp Are none .
Newtown High School will have no
baseball team this season, not because
of the strike the students attempted over a
month ago, not because of alleged differ
ences with tho I'. K. A. 1... but, according
to Coach Woodruff, becauso no material
Is available for a varsity nine. Morton
Is the only member of the team that rap
tured tho championship In 1911 and made
audi a splendid allowing last season only
to lose out because of the disqualification
of Uamleo. Damlro, who was about the
best matured high school twlrler, having
served time with tho Kmplrn t'ltys and
strong Long Island Athletics, for which
ho was disqualified, mid nlso r.tyne,
Kelly, O'Halre, Wilson, rianteroth and
Doyle, all of that famous team, have left
'Wysong; Ilelltlles Minne Case.
Mihkoi.a, I,. 1., l'eb. 2ti, With the filing
of tho ordor of thn Appellate. Division of
the Supreme Court to-day affirming Jus
tleo Heudder In Ids decision that I'aul
Hhanc was not hookmaklng when ho was
arrested In June at Helinont l'nrk tho
question as to whether It would be ap
pealed lo the Court uf Appeals was right
up to District Attorney Wysong.
When asked what he would do regarding
the appeal that olllclal said; "I have not
yet decided what I will do In thn matter.
In my opinion If Shano should commit the
crime he could be arrested and convicted
for It. This matter dors not In tho least
settle the question of Isiokmaklng or dl
lectors' liability, and Hhaini got out only
tlnutiKh a technicality."
fsrhnnllinya firl J'ree TloLela.
Students of the various city high schools
who could produce yellow slips certifying
that Ihelr school work is above the passing
mark received tickets for the Hportman's
.Show, which begins this afternoon In
Madison Hquuro Oarden. The ticket gives
the right to try for Junior marksman
medals, which Is tho only whoolboy shoot
ing to-day. To-morrow tho first competi
tion In team shooting for the several
trophies that are up for the 1 S. A, U
and other school teams begim.
DEALERS STIRRED BY
MOTOR LAW CHANGES
Will Flffht. Bitterly Against
TO KXRRT ALL INKLUENGKS
And Will Resist Particularly In
crease in Tax, Fearing It
Kartiest nctloti ngalnet the nearly two
score pieces of legislation unfavorable to
aiitnmobllistN pending now at Albany wns
decided upon last night ut a meeting of
the Automobile, Deulcrs Association, repre
senting tho local trade In motor cars.
Statements made by Uhnrles Thaddeus
Terry In reviewing the bills that have
Iicpii Introduced stirred the dealers up
greatly. Mr. Terry told them that never
before so early In the spssIoii have Ihete
been so many bills of so dangerous a kind.
He told them that thn bill particularly
favored by tho Governor's special commit
ten of Imiulry, proposing such additions
to the taxes oh nutoniobllt s as would make
the rev i nue J2.5U0.000 Instead of $1,000,
nou hm It was last year, was but an enter
ing wedge and that If they remained
supine and passive next year the taxes
would be bi ought up to $5,000,1)00 If th".
Icglsl'atois found that tile niotuilstn would
stand for II.
The dialers will have a special train to
run to Albany when then- Is h hearing
caily next month on the hills, nnd In the
Interval they will see to II that every 111
lluenco Is brought to hear to choko them
"Wo have stood for too much now," said
Mr. Terry, "and we must go to Albany
prepajed lo let these legislators know that
they liavo gone further tlinu they have
any tight to. Furthermore, instead of
ngieelng to tile tax in Its present form,
we will go prepared lo demand that It be
put back to the original state, that Is,
only enough shall bo collected for tho pur
pose of registering enrs for Identification.
Tile colli tn have decided wo have '.he ftjflit
lo use the highway and that should "J
all thpre Is of It. Instead of all these bills i
designed to hamper and punish us as If
we were criminals. I
"The thing of which these legislators
stand In dicjd is not being returned to
oflhe and there Is where we can hit
tin ni. They must teallie that the auto
mobile owners of this Stale are so many
nnd so lulluentlal that they cannot with
Impunity attempt these outrages, for Hist.
Is what they are. They think they arc
helping Hip farmer by attacking Hip auto
inoblllst, hut they have to learn that the
farmer Is also a motorist and he will not
stand for these Imposts either."
Mr. Terry spent much of his time s)lnt
Ing out sotn plec.s of legislation which
he chatacterlzcd as particularly criminal.
He ske of one that piovlded that chatif
fcuis hereafter must have, finger prints
nnd plctuies In cities of the first class
leglsteted with the mllce. "It will lie own
eis next." said Mr. Terry, "unit the whole
thing Is pail of that tendency to regard us
us probable ctlmlniils because we use the
tilghwavs, which Is a part of our natural
rigid. It Is the old story of every Inven
tion for the public good la-lug hampered at
lis outset by leglslutois. The thing Is
these gentlemen at Albany nre put there,
many of them, without having iv good Idea
what to do. but tliey want to show actlv
lt, and. In Iho vernacular, they pick out
the motorist for an easy mark. Strangu
lation, not regulation, Is tho keynote of
the motor vehicle law."
lie went on to tell another bill that
provides for a motorist to tile a 12,000
bond when registering his car, so If he
hurts any one. that person may collpct
ullt of the bond. It is stated also that
any person convicted of a felony shall
have a license to drive revoked. Mr.
Terry pointed out that It might be such a
felony as selling adulterated goods, which
certainly would hardly put a man In a
class with a murderer ns regards auto
mobile driving. Another bill provides for
a chauffeur to file a liond of JGOO. "Nice
for the surety companies," wns Mr. Terry's
Still another pprnlclous measurp Is one
which purpospa lo give lo the Secretary
of State power, with or,vvlthiJt a hear
ing, In his disci etlon to revoke a llncensc.
This Mr. Terry said he regarded aa the
high water mark nf legislative tyranny,
to put such power Into the hands of a
single man, Still another measure pro
vides that automoblllsts must bring their
cars to a full stop In cities of tho first
class at tire houses, railroad crossings
nnd In front of schools at certain hours,
'Satuidaya and Sundays excepted. The
weakness In that, he pointed out, was
that It took no account of holidays and
mado no mention of the four months
summer vacation, when some schools cer
tainly are not In use. The penalties In
this well thought out measure, he said.
wcio vio for a llrst oflencc, loo
second offence and for the third 1100 or
thirty days In Jail or both.
One of the worst of all, he said, was one
that provided that any Individual or cor
liorutlon was primarily liable for damage
done hy tho car when driven by tfw owner.
Ills employee, agent or even a stranger,
and It would make no difference If tho cur
vveio being driven without the owner s aU'
thorlzutlou. "In other words." said Mr.
Terry, "If a man steals your car and while
fleeing with It kills n pedestrian you are
About the only bill he thought well of
was h measure to provide for lights on all
vehicles at night. The rest of the legisla
tion, he said, was discriminatory and had
gone too far.
Those present Included Henry M. Bron
ner, president of tho association ; Charles
A. Stewart, Its general manager: A. It.
Uraflits, Colt-Htratton Company; William
Parkinson. Stutz Motor Car Company; It.
II. Johnston, the White Company; Arthur
M. Day and H. 8. Toback. the A. Klllott
Homiey Company; U, W. Garland. Jr.,
Velle; C. W. Fletcher, Walter nnd J, II.
Kentiard, Couple Hear, representing the
Motor Tiuck Club; II. W. Illllmun and !
S. Hoyt, (ieneral Vehicle; 11 V Fling and
Harvey Itoblnson, Ulecttio Vehicle Associ
ation : htnanucl Lascarls, De Dion Iloutun,
und Inglls M. Uppercu, Cadillac.
.untlcal Siehool to Hold Meet.
Tho Nautical School will hold Us annual
meet, consisting solely of closed events, on
March 2H on tho Twenty-fourth street
dock, where the schoolshlp Newport lies
anchored A seventy yard straightaway
Is available. As usual James K. Sullivan
will teferc'lhe contests, which will IncludH
maritime stunts besides tho usual track
and field event".
JUAREZ RACING RESULTS.
V'hst Itaee- One miles Fnri. 115 (flrothl,
3 to I, Minis Nada Mas, 10; (Mill), K to I,
seiond. fool, 115 (lleil.nl. 13 in 8, third.
Time, l:f.l NS lied WI.luw. ,1 M. fHokes,
l.onla anil Henry Williams altn ran.
Heeoml riaw -Five snd a half furlongs
I. ehtKh. let I IlurllnKAine), 9 tn f, won; nthel
Wlek. fm (llalsryi. Id to 1. seiond, I.lly
I'uxtun, loi iMole.nurlhl, 31 tn 6, third.
Time, t -.36. Hadln rihaplio, H, V llouah,
Don llanimi, Onnd Inlsnt and TUden slsn ran
Third It ui--One mile: Dl, k linker, us
(Callahan). 5 to 3, won; Hint Tinker, lis
(Mrlntroi, u I, esrond, ll.n tineas, in
l Morel I, 7 In 5, third. Time, 1 jji) 3.5, Marin
Hani Bernard, Lookout, Lavender and l.atft
llnrlrnn aln ran.
Fourth Itare- rive and a half rurlnnca
Veils Forty, si (Hayn'sl. H lo I, won; Klnr
Htalwart, !' lllllll, r, to 1, second . lmiuleia
100 (I'slhihaii). 7 in t, third. Time. 1:1.
The Fail, Hlecpland. llonnln nard. llimli
Urar, Ilvrun, Manurka, Itogon and rirncat
II. also ran.
Fifth Hat. One mile; llnnama, 107 (Itur.
Ilngam.1, II to 6, won; Huffrailst, U6 (Molei.
vnrlhl 10 to 1, s.cniid; Love Day. 107
((irnthl, 4 to t. third, Time, 1;53 l'uelc
and Dviiamn also ran.
Blxth Uac Mile and thrt.-slxl.enths-Palm.
I OS (McDonald), II lo t, on; Ilalclirf
10 (llals.y). S to sscoad : WMddiS toi
in.irllniam.l. 4 to 1. Iblrd, Tim." suV
Flying and Misprison also ran.
The Quietened Pulse
Of Modern Business '
THE ADVENT OF MOTOR TRUCKS and
delivery wagons in any business means a quick
ened pulse in the entire delivery system.
Schedules are adjusted to meet new conditions.
Miles are reduced almost to feet, hours to minutes,
with the possibility of service every horn In eoery
twenty-four, when occasion requires. This
Promptness and Efficiency means Satisfied
Customers. Satisfied Customers mean Increased
Sales all at the lower costs of, motor delivery.
NOW OPEN UNTIL MARCH 1st, offers an
unusual opportunity to investigate Gasoline and
Electric Motor Trucks and Delivery Wagons in
all sizes for all uses.
TO REACH THE SHOW FROM MANHATTAN t
Elaataf Fulton Street Una to Franklin or Noetraiid
Avenue. Subway Brooklyn Express to Atlantic
Avenue, then by Long Island R. R. to Nostra rx!
Avenue; or Subwajr to Nevina Street, then by Fulton
Street Surface Car to Bedford Avenue.
23rd Refi't fb"l8nL2?
to March 1
nrffiOry Admission 50c
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as though new. You can have a fine limousine for use durlnglhe next two mouths,
then chance hodliM and hve a touring car for the summer. .
Several particularly desirable touring cam have Just come out or our shops.
A small cash deposit will hold any of them for delivery In the spring. We would
he glad to have you examine these cars without any obligation on your part what
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en Jersey Dealers In I'lerpe-Arrow Cars.
BARROW SAYS SIXTY
PLAYERS NOT SIGNED
Head of International League,
However, Defends New
Kdward Barrow, president of the Inter
national League, In spite of the fact that
he denied yesterday that the ball players
In his circuit had organized a strike
against the new salary limit of $S,000 a
month for each club, admitted that at
least sixty men had refused to sign with
their respective clubs. President Barrow
further admitted that personally he didn't
know how many International League
players had signed contracts for the sea
sou, that no contracts had been sent to
him and that the delay was caused by the
stipulation that each player must make
affidavit as to the full amount of , his
salary. Barrow Insisted that the Newark
and Baltimore clubs had signed all of
their men and that fifteen Toronto
players had lined up. But he could not
explain why Owner Chapin of the Ho-
Chester club had threatened to suspend
for the rest of the year all players who
remain unsigned on March 1. lie said
that Chapin had the right to make this
threat In Aeenrdanen with Iho nrnvliil,.n
inrrat, in accoruance wun ine provisions
of the new form of players' contract.
Jh defence of the salary limit Barrow
"There was no opposition on the part of
any or our club owners to the adoption
of the present salary limit. They all
I realized that the salary lists of several
clubs were entirely too high. Not only
were the players getting all the money. .
V. . I . .....Ml rtt .ha .Anm V. .1 i , ... I
.Ub .'L . II ... J t t.K3 fcCWKld ...... UT LI U III. BU
much stronger than the others that It
was necessary to make some move to
equalize the playing strength of the I
"That the adoption of a uniform salary 1
limit win neip to bring this about In
I short time I haven't the least doubt : nossl.
I bly not this year, but by next season the
good effects are sure to be seen and felt.
"The fans have no cause for worry ; the
quality of ball In the International League
In 1913 will be Just aa high or higher than
that of previous years."
Otto Mller, the Brooklyna' star catcher,
who has been holding out for an Increased
salary, surrendered yesterday and signed
the contract prepared for him by President
Ebbets, Miller Is one of the best throw-era
In the National League and baseball
sharps have predicted that he will show
even greater Improvement this season.
Pitcher BUI Wagner, secured from the
New Orleans club, also signed with Brook
lyn yesterday, as likewise did William
Hanrahan, a former prep school pitcher.
Seven Olants will leave Bt. Louis to-day
for Marlln. They are Josh Devore, Otis
Crandall. Fred Merkle, Arthur Wilson,
Charley Ilerzor, Jack Murray and Arthur
Fletcher. Chief Meyers also will start for
the training camp from his home In Cali
fornia. Harry Wolter. who arrived from the
coast Tuesday night, called on President
Farrell of the New Yorks vesterdav- and
'h"f 'V, '"""''V.0?.0,0'"
Ills Injuries of last year. Wolter said that
he had been taking a dally run at Han
Joso and that his leg, which was broken,
gave him no trouble, "I am down to
weight now." continued the noted out
fielder, "and as soon as I reach Bermuda
1 will Jump Into a uniform. All thn boys
will work hard for Frank Chanco and
don't h surprised If the team cuts some
thing of a figure."
yraenr (Intgamrs C'olsisitr.
STltAcusr, N. V Feb. 26. The Syra
cuse University ba&ketball tenm com
pletely out gained and won from tho Col
gate live hern to-night by 11 score of 43
to 20. At tho close of the llrst half the
visitors led with the count 13 to II. In
tlio second period tho Orange outplayed
their opponeiitH and scored almost at
will, Capt, Bloom of Syracuse was the
Itetarna to Commercial
who covered second bate for
Commercial laal year until suspended for
low standing In lessons, has Just returned
to school after working for thn past half
year. He declares that he will keep his
work up this seaum so that If ha Is able
to make the team h will not be suspended
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Four passenger cxtenblon couiie. It. SOU. Thre
pasteager coupe, S0. Victoria, M75. BAUCll
Vr.lIlt!l.r.fO.. I7W Broadway. Tel. SSSOColumbtif.
STODDAHI)-DATON Baby Tonneau. full
equipped: 7&o. HANN, 2IM Broadway. Tclo
phone 4181 Hehujlrr.
nAltUAI.V- locomobllr landatilel, late inodfl;
reoenlly pain led; up to date equipment: looks Ills
new; JJ.S00. KlNuNl.r.Y, :i&S Broadway. Tele
phone 7803 Schuyler.
Ui:nCEDl:S I.IlIOU.SINK. late model, perfett
condition, original cost tll.OUO: baa been over
hauled and reBnlshed; will tacrine to quick buyer.
LIMOUSINE. 1012 Seldrn: Interior trimming
new: car fully equipped with e
system; ll.SOrt. S-rKPHKNS, 2
Telephone 7S0t Hrhuyler.
pe1 wun eiccino ugnuns
AUTOMOBILE AND MOTOR TRUCK
(let booklet for 'res
sons why and hotr " 4
and A week guaranteed
IIKt'OMK A COOK
rourscs. Day or live, Private Instruction
Fasy lerras-nire license. 13 lone private rqS'l
lessoas. or 4 more than any oilier auto erhool In
the cliy. All gas engine principles explained.
Start now Special srlrntllln ajtlem uf cm
homlcal roalntenance for owners.
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313 West 87th SI. Tel, 71C0 Tol.
las W. 4th Nt.
Booklet exrlaln WIff
our course Is BEST
Inspect our plant
and ha convinced
baseball received a death blow In me
Houso of Hepresentatlves to-day when the
Wlltbank hill designed to penult bull I'b" ;
Ing on Sunday between the hours of :i and
6 P. M. was defeated by n vote or I3S loll I
It developed 1I111111; Hip 'reading of lii"
measure that tho boy baseball fani. of tin
Quaker City had been Instrumental I" ln"
ductal Mr. Wlltbank to Introduce tbc bill.