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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MARCH 7,' 1913.
RECEIVED BY CLUB
Drtnils to Hp WitliliHil Cnfil
Mcptins' of )f(Milinu
M NY ACT ON FT NT. XT AVKKK
Spcrlnl Mrotiiis MriHy Sloops
of !(( VrH tiPtiirlh Sure
to Tip Coiiti'Sliinb.
Til' challenge nf tho Rnyiil IHstcr
Va-li1 Chili lor :i nice fur Ihc America
t 'tip to be fallnl li"l yr.ir was dcllvil'iil
to s-'rent'it) limiv A Cotmack tit lite.
New Vnrh Viiclil 'lull ye"tcrdny morn
I lie Sct'tiity Cot mark lit unci' cabled I
to j-'retiir) I'llltiison nf the 1ln.Mll Pl
ater Ya'hl Club lint llm document hud
been lic'iVcd ft ii 1 would h" submitted
to tli" members of tli'' 1 1 1 1 In llm1
Whether the varhlsiiicn "III learn 111'
conditions nf Hir challenge lit n special
meeting '"' "alt unlll tin' ih'M general
meeting, which "III 1"' held iii i'hiirs
il. M.inli :7. has lint ct l'i !
elded Cointnndoio Pnll.ci II I'ratt en n
rail ii hktI.iI meeting lur tin' purpose
of consldci lug III"' chnllciiKo. "Inrli has
fll"'H)'S bcoll llgHlllcil UN 111' lllost
lourteoil. n ot dealing "Itli such af
fair It takr three da) to call ii
spiel.il meeting, mi Hint It In possible
tlmt llir Mii'litxmt'ii m.iv gather about
Hi' middle nf tin- coining week. Tli'i'
ate some, however, "lio think thnl lis
tlir li"' In not In be sailed utilll some
time In til' summer of It'll tli'io l
no lmmcili.it' Iniiry n ml Hi' general
meeting "III I" coon enough
t'ntll lli- tuiiiibers of 111.' club have
learned Hi' conditions of tin1 hallenge
Hint document "Ml nol lif mail' public
It alvvujs line been cusiiunury to handle
(IihIIciiR'K in this way ami at 111' same
tiin' II In probable that 111' rlnli "III
aiitioti'ioo "lial ii'tlon will 1n taken.
t'nlcss tlii" challenging 'lull nsks f'r
crrtain irtndlllnns In govern llm seiles
of rai'i'i which aro not lovcicd In Hi'
l"il oi clft It In pmiI.mI.1i Hint tit' 'lull
Itt-rir "III decide "lint action It "111 take.
(Slioulil tl hallcngrr al for sonic
changes, "lilcli it e'nti ilo under Hi'
intitnal iigteemetit i Inn-'. It N possible
that Hi" ni.ill'f "III lie ii'f'ir'l to .1
cointnltt" i illipr with po"ci or lo repot t
liack to tin- 'lull at Minn fiituio meeting
It In nol thought likely tlt.it any gloat
chance fioin iIion' whi-ii governed Hi'
last Net t'N of race have I..-.1!! a"l;itl h.v
Hie ltoy.il lister Vaclit club anil in that
'M-iit It "111 ho nit easy matter for Hi'
members to decide whether Hie challenge
Sllllll Ii' III eeptcil
Sevual of 111' leading aclitmi"ii vis
lled Hi." clnli dining tit' day anil sonic
who ate prominent in the muiictls of tti.'
clnli saw llio challenge Among these
"'tc the lias officriN iiihI untie "ho have
h'n prominent In forut'r r.te." for th"
linplo. hut IIion" who leaiiieil the cou
lentH of Hi" challeiiKR ilcllneil to ilis
ctifiM It in any "a The pro.-pectN of u
nic for the Aineriea'N .'ili wie Iho
chief- topic hciiNN'. anil Renorally the
tneinlier.N, paiticularlv the salllnc .acht
tiienih"iN, "eie ileliKhl'il nt the pioN)ects
of aiiotlicr International contest. The no
tice of Mich a lace Is Iouk enoiiEh lo
Allow, tliem to make their pinny Nloul
ntifl Nhouhl it In' neecNsary to luilM H
il'l'inlcr Hint Micht slioulil he In com
lulsslon early enotic't to ho tried out
ihorouKhly hefoie the races ttlth .Sham
Though tioIIuiu; ileflnlte about the size
of the (hallenKer or the uinlltions has
been nnnouncd. It Is felt certain hy the
member" of the club that the Itonl ri
oter Yacht I 'hib. the ch.illeiiRlnc or(?an.
izntlon for Sir Tlminas I.lptcui. has not put
Itself annm m a piedlloii to have the clial
lense ileclined thiouith apkinc for impos
sible conditions In this opinion Is the
statement of Sir Thomas himself that It
Is no conditional ehallene. When the
last challenge was received It was turned
down because a race was asked for with
siUKle masted easel of the li.'i foot
rlaj.. and the present measurement rules
of the club "ere to apply lo th' cup yachts.
The club ilccidpil that it could not accept
that chulleuiie because It thoiiKht that the
America's cup should be laced for by
yachts of the first class only and that cup
yachts bhutiM not be hampered by anv re
strictions, as the cup stood for speid on
a Riven miter line length only Had Kir
Thomas wished to tiring over a small
yacht, he could have clone so. hut the club
could have put the Reliance against the
challenger and the two would have raced
without any time allowance This would
have been to the d'sailvantaKe of the
smaller arhl, but it would have been
strictly in accordance with the terms of
th" deed of gift, which states that, fall
ing to asri'i- mutunll. on i niulitlous, num
ber o races, d-, the yachts should sail
over courses forty miles In length, the
jieiles to Ii". two out of three and the
yachts to race without any time allow
ance. Knowing that and being thoroughly
familiar with the terms of the deed of
gift. II Is tnken for granted that the
challenging vacht "ill be built up lo the
limit. !'! feet on the liter line This "ill
bring back into Hie sport th' big spec
tacular v.i'hth "llii canvas lowering way
up in the sk The Iti liancc, for instance.
Is Sfi.Ii feet on the waier line, 14 feet
over all, draws l!i 7 feet and spreads more
than lii.nini hiih.ii" feet nf canvas It
takes ,i ciew of more than rlxty men to
himlle ope of litis.' aehts and the main
hoom measuie.s about UT, fpet
It "as thought that ns Charles Nichol
son l.s now building- a big schooner for
Oell Whlt.ikcr. Kir Thomas would profit
by hit. e.speilence in that boat and nllow
hint to build a schoon'r as a challenger
This would give th' 'hallengtng yacht
the advantage of having another yacht
of about III' Kline size as n trial boat,
(.gainst which it would be sailed in the
tuning up trials This, however, is not
the caM' The challenger will be a single
innsted vessel This makes the I'ellanco
eligible ns a defender
Yachtsmen generally Hunk that while
the Reliance is eligible as n defender the
rlub will otganize another syndicate anil
build a new" yacht and that the Reliance
will be used as a trial boat Jusl who
will orcanie this KMidicate will not be
determined until later, but Just now for
mer i out moi lore I'oini llus Vnnderhllt Is
being lalked of as managing owner. Mr.
vandrrlillt lias ti'en an active racing
ynentmnnti mr several yenn and has been
very successful In winning racer Others
who have been mentioned as possible
managers mr tne new uerendrr are Ad
dison O Manan. Harry I, Maxwell, i;
M t'ynchon. Robert Y. Ilinmons I'd and
i iinrics ciiiiii'is .vuiims .u mese are
a few of th crack amateurs and there
nre many more wno couw run a cup de
fender C Oliver Iseliu nnd W. Illlller
Duncan, .Ir, who
were prominent for
announced that they
many years, have
vtll not lake part
The riucslion of
In International r.u -
n snipper will be a
serious one Opt
Charles llarr is dead
He was in a class by hllnwlf. but them
ate, several good skippers, among whom
urn f'npt Christiansen, who Nailed Iho
Aurora and Westwaid and who was 1111110
with Capt. llarr; f.ipl Ocunls. who sallx
the i:iena; ffipt Howell of the Islnlcna
and Kffort. nnd rapt WIIIIh of (he win
some and other crack hunts, so it is
thought that the sklppei mallei will lm
dUpoM'd 01 tasily
Nennrkcra Heat .leisei III),
Central High Si hisil of NVw.uk difinted
jrev fit High School in it dual mvlm
rnlng met in Niw.uk jt.sienlav hv a
score ot 47 Hi C, Th. N'ewi.rkcis look
every vtVaVM, n the card.
MARSHALL WINS TOURNAMENT.
Loses tinnt lliiuie In llntnnn Chess
Till, hnl Cnpnlilnnen only Ornits.
Havana. Miii'Ii d. I'rank .1 Mnrsliall,
t'lill.d Slates i b's.s chnmplou. ciiih off
wllh 1U inc. 'olois hi the Cuban clicks
louinanient hete, being declined the win
ner lifter plus In the fourteenth n ml
fln.il round conii'd this evening nd
lhl iletpltu the fart ih.it tlu Amcilciin
lot bis lln.il and mil) game of the tour
tiaiuriil to Jniinw!.kl of Calls. Hie Kirnrh
ihnmiilon. vvlio. bring jiut upon his mettle,
plit.vcd siili'iidld chess and outplijeil his
adv'isai.v In u nenl ending. Jaiiowskl
opened wllh (he iihcii's pawn gam",
ivlilih wept to fiftv moves before Maishnll
n signed. .lose II. CapHblancn, who all
Cuba Imped wVwId win. hail to he content
with seioiid tdnie, nevf I Ih'l'f s. as he
found In Kup'hlk of New Yoik a fix"
not thy of his steel. The latter was the
out) on" "hn lood lu Ih' wa of 1,'iip.c
hlanca lo He Marshall for llrst phi", and
a Ihs.s to the Cuban would have accom
plished II. Hut It ".is not to be, for
Kuprhlk, with Hi' while sld" of a lltrf"
knights opening, dt'w thr gain" utter
lift) mi' moves. I 'iipiibliilii H, eager tn
scot" Ih" additional point ho mi tninii
needed, plnyiil too lmp'luonl, and al
most ovrr'aiiied himself lleaiitlful
phi) mi th' part of Kitpchlk savrd the
sllti.itlon moi' than on" w li'it ih"- on
lookers fell assured that the Cuban
would pull through.
.lanoivskl was plared third, but Kup
rhlk had to share the fourth and fifth
ptlzrs wllh Oscar ChaJ'S of Chicago, who
played a Sicilian defence against Cotzo,
the Havana champion, nnd, after te.
covering fioni a had position, won In
fort) -one moves. .lalT', who also had a
chance to He Kupchlk, c.ime to gt lef
wllh Ulanco of this city, the latter play
ing the white pieces In a three knight,
opening and winning after forty-seven
moves, .laffo thus was relegated to sixth
place. Just beyond th" pale of the prize
wlniieis. closely followed hy Ulanco, who
led his townsman, form. In two points.
The prizes uil b" anatd"d lo-inoiiow.
The llli.il scores):
W, I, timer"
llii) .11 Knmiill"
STAR CORNELL SPRINTER HURT.
Onl of II
Ithaca. N. Y,
Tendnn nnd 31ns
llesl nf Benson.
.March Th fornell
track team stiffeied n severe los.s to-da)
wh"li S'. I', lleiniett. 'IM. a rill.ilile
sprinter .mil member of Ih' one mile
relay team, pulled a tendon In his right
leg at the iMiard track meet, llenii'tt's
Injury Is of such a nature tli.it it prob.ibl)
.. Ol l.lU .r.r.l.l.....l.... I.. .xf l.n I
.1 .... ... V ... ..A .i.
li.l" l "-l. llll. ll.l llll' irni tin- r" .i.'ll.
This opinion was expressed b Javk Moak
ley to-ilay. Hven .should th" spialtt prove
les.s seilous, however. It will h" some time
befoi." he Is seen In action again
When the entrants In the lift) ard dash
were called to th"' scratch It.'iuiiil was
fully wanned up and 40 1 off with a good
start, lie went through his race in ap
parently good condition, but "hen the tape
was leached the Injuiy came upon him
with the suddenness of a cramp. He was
unable to bear any weight on the limb
and had to be assisted to the rubbing
room, i:eii after the sprain had been
treated he could nut walk without the aid
of t rutches.
NEWARK BOWLERS TAKE LEAD.
winter anil clinlt Top Doubles anil
Toi.kpo. March S. Schuttz and KoMer,
members of the Hudson Howling Club of
Newark, N J., wept into the bad in th'
A. K. C. two man eyent. totalling l.'.'Sl
pins in their three g.nniK, Just 13 pins sli)
of th A. B. C record for that event and
lopping the former mark of the present
tournej by 14 pins.
Koster, former member of the Uruns
wick all .stars of New York city, started
off badly, getting ICS. In his second game,
however, he pulled up to IDS and finished
In hurrah style, a triple netting him 216.
His puitner, Schultz, did the heavy work,
totality; 709 pins in his three games,
SchultW began with 231, Jumped to 21.'.
and then Mumped to 233. Another change
took nlace lu the two men events this
afternoon when A. Iltuck and linejter
roled 1,216. which gives th.m a tie for
William Helrui. .Vew-arlt. N .1 . rolled
Into tlrt place In the lndlvldua.1 event
to-night with a scorx of till. The New
.irker got 232 In his first game. 2'U In
the se"ond and 22R In the third This
gives the Newark liowier first place In
th' single and doubles and second plate
in the five men event.
The Iterumans of New York also rolled
their two men ami Individual events to
night. Tim liewt scoi-e In the doubles
was made by Harris and Welhimrtli. who
totalled 1,186. Steele, and Qulnn rolled
1,'ifiS and Johns and Voorhees 1,063. The
Ile.rgmans also falb-d to land a 6110 hoop
in the singles, the 1 highest marl; In ing
o'.'O, which sens rolled by Welngaith.
lloeke Title at "take To-nluht.
The Crescent Athletic Club nnd the
Hockey Club of New York will play a
game In the amateur hockey tournament
lu the St. Nicholas Rink tills evening and,
as the championship depends on the re
sult of this contest, It promises to be a
good one. Iloth teams are In line con-
illtlon for the battle and the Crescent
members Will turn out in lull force, to
cheer their representatives. Should the
Crescent team win, it again will be the
champion seven, but should the Hockey 1
Club win that club will have to day off
a tie game wllh the Irish American team
and If defeated In that contist there will ,
bo a tie between the Crescents and Hockey
anaillan Seven on Wat Mere,
The nttawn hikey team left Ottawa
last night to come to this rlt. It will
be Joined to-day at Montreal by the Wan
derers and will arrive here In time for
Mime llttl" practice before lining' up in
tho tli ft of the lntrrnatloti.il contest-,
...i.i.i. ..ot i .a .,!,. I I,, .i. ti. vi.l.nl',. i
. . .,. .i.. i .t, !' i.-T.Z
I1IOIV lii-rinill.n. tiH"ll- ii, ... t .ii in. i . . n
team are t)dle and Spragun tieghorn,
who played here a iimateuis, Art Ross
and' four substitutes in addition to the
other members of Ihe regular team. Thu
team scoring the most goals In the first '
two guinea Is to play against the Quebec,
next week for a putse of .12.D00
Cornell to (Jrapple Willi Columbia.
Columbia nnd Cornell will meet In a
dual wiestllng contest In the Columbia
K) ninasliilii to-night. The Itliacans, who
won the ohamplonshlp Injtt )oar. have a
strong, well rounded team. They have
baten Pennsylvania Princeton and the
Navy. Columbia, on the other hand, has
lost to the Nav) and Yale, but has a
denial. 1 victory
ry over liiiiceton to
Colujithla learn ("111
i)' th" fact that dipt. A.
credit. Th" Ci
Carruthers will l" able to vviestle
the tlrst time In almost a month.
Win I'laynlT, Then Tie Knin.
AlliKN, S. f.. Match . Ill I he playoff
Hits moining In Hn- second louud of the
annual handicap fm Hie Dulan cup In.
linen Oliver I'eiin I scratch i and
.loseph follliiN (I I'd Ha' Iillll'l' won by
4 up and .'I to pla. In lln semi-iluals
tills afternoon I'miik R. Hitchcock i7l
won fioni .I. I'. llvcis illi, up. I'eilu
and II. ii. Ilea 112) had an exciting
match. It was nip and lin k all tli" way
loiinil. and the mull It was finally halved
Till. Is the thlid tie for I'eiin in tills
Wind spoil Hit) fur 1'hllllcs.
Soutiiki;.n I'i.ni', N C. Match fi. -A
ie.il Mar. li wind made it a pour baseball
da" foi the Phillies. Ilnlv It u Ii t pint'lltc
wa lndiili.ei In this ninriiiiic and none In
'the .ifleiii i .M.ni.itri i' I inui i ii.nl th"
I pitchers working al handling bunts most
I lit iou oiioiook, .in ueni'i I unit loncil
kump on llrsl.
KIVIAT WINS THE 600
Out riislips (jiinkor in Mnil Mnsli
for Tnpp Aflor Tnkinc Iho
I. (Hilt in Itd-onl Time
myi:s ,ims ru'R point rrp
Tiod Willi Irish
Titlo Moot J'.oirins.
M"1 II. Klvint, th' Utile m.iivel fioml
Sbileti Maud, earned lite clown as an In
door runner Inst night whin h" defeated
Ted Meredith of the l'iilverlty of I Vniisy T
vanl.i In one of the ntol M'litallou.il races
ever held on a IhmhI lloor. Th' dlsianc
was 61111 yards, all In favor of Hie ijuaker,
and Ih" event was the m.isnel that at
tracted the lirsesl crowd lo .Maillviu
Silliar" tlniden that has ever witnessed
the Amateur Athletic U'lilon Indoor chain
The race could not be described as
trulj run, for 11 Held of six Interfeied with
the ptogress of the cracks, jet Klviat
showed the strategy needed to gain the
polo ul the right moment and slood olT the
whlrlwiiiil rush of Meredith with Mie'il
and pluck that sutpilsed even his
stanches! admirers. Klviat' victory was
his second of the night, he having won the
l.nOrt .van! run and smashed his own In
door record In It and lu addition It put
the Irish Vuierlean A. C. of which he la
a member. In front of the New York A.
c. ihe rival cub that led before the Staten
Islander went lo Hie mark. This nave
the Irish American A. f .a winning total
of Ihlrlv. wllh the .New York A. f second
and Koslou A. A. third.
ll'itiues Kolelim.ilnen was a disappoint
Ins surprise In the two mile tun He
dropeil out shortly after the first mile, ap
pearing to be sick, and William Kramer
won easily fioni Hedlund of llo-lnn, .set
ting a new indoor championship record.
Howard lUew, the Sprlngtl'id negro
Pilliter. equalled the woild's lecord In tin
.varil dish. Anotliei i.cord xiuallol
wits Hie ;n ard high huidles l Wendell
of Wesb'Min I 'lit Mcpoiiald pushed the
21 pound lint further than it ever w.nt
before and also won the 7'6 pound weight
throw aft.r tlelna with Malt Mciirath.
!' lilffoiri set ., marl.
In the two mile
walk, which was new to the piogrmme.
Ilonsih of Columbia sltot out In the lead
win 11 tb' men sinttid foi lit. long tr tclt
run In Ihe linn ),ird event. I)e (liinii)
of tne New- Yoik A. C nailed Ih"' Co
linubin man before lo- was half "n
along Hi. Twenty. seventh stre t side of
the (.allien The men were scrambling
along, and In the sbtillle Shea of th"
I'asllme A C., an eMieme outsider, took
second place to Itousib, wllh Meredith,
llalplu if H 1-ton nnd Klviat the t.ar
guanl. Theie was ,, closln: up In the
last lap. and as the men crowded to skip
by Honslh the Columbia lad -.vas hurled
over the ctiib. No one could see who
was at fault, but as the men slralglilen.-d
out In th' dash for the tlnnl turn Klviat
shot lo the cuib with Mnedllll lapped
011 his stiouldels.
Tlu'le was an advantage in whirling
round that last slltn Isinbr on the Inside,
anil Kivlat made the most of It A aid
hi his favor over the Olympic record
bleaker looked very small lo th' Irish
crowd that cheered the Statm Islander for
the decisive dasli of seventy jtiids. His
strength nnd determln'ttlon offset th"
boasted speed of the Quaker and he
crossed the line Just enough In front to
show the yelling thousands that h had
won Hatpin, the pride of H0M011, who
finished third, was ten yatds behind the
The summaries .
5 Yard lah. Fml-rinal llal First
Heat Won hv Howard V Drew. Hprlnrneld
llljrh Si'hool, r. a. Itloe. Ponder Point
School. Ituxtiury, Mass., second. Tim'
Second Ileal Won li Alvah T Meyr.
!rlli Arnerlran A c . V P O'ltara Ho-ton
A A seroni. Time 5 seconds.
linal Hat )Vnn liv llnwuril I Itrew;
Alvah T. M(r, -egnil: C A. P.lre. third.
Time 7 3-."i second. i!'quul world'n rec
I Mile Walk Won hv It n Ulfford. Me-
I'Hildln I.vceutn. Frank It. Plant. Ixmir
Inland A. C . se.'ond. T. II Nettndorfer. N'ew
York A. C. third Time-14 minutes 3: : 5
I'utilne ; Pound shot Won by Patrick
.7 MiinnsM. Irish American A ' ulth
5s feet .0 Inrhes. V F Itoos. New Vorl:
A I' sei mill, wllh SI lei 4 , Inchen. J.
I.awier nnattai he.l hril. wltlt 34 feet 7
Inches "New world's record. I
I oou Vanl Hun Won l.v Ahel It Klviat.
Irish Vuierlean A. I' . Homer Haker New
York A. (' "ecoit.r K. T Marceatl, llnston
A V. third. Time; minutes 1.1 i-i eC.
ninle i New Imloor record, i
TO yard llhjll Hurdle" Wniwl.y .! I. Wen
dell, Wesleyall fnlverslty , .1 J. Filler. IH!
AmerhHit A. C . second, W. F Potter, un-
atl irheil. third Tlllie 9 :-J ecoiulH.
iHanuls Ir.tloor record i
Slandllik' MlKli Jump Won hv Piatt Ad
Hliis. New Vork A C with 0 feet 2 Inch'-;
K. 1, Hmei., Itronv littirch House, se-'iiml.
wllh J feel, l.eo HoehrlllK. Slolmwk A. C.
third "Vlth 4 feet 11 Incite...
. Mile Hun Won !. w ,1. iCrunter. I oeg
Islaml A. ' . in. .. r llillli.l. It is.. in A. A.
sec.ltlll. I'eorgC I" Ibililen I'dl'cefi. V. M
c A . third. Time ) minutes 19 1-1 sec,
uinls 300 Yard Ittni Won b Fred Itums. Itos
loti A. A . VV PrfCk.iril. New York A I'.,
secntul, .1 SteMilnh. tleornelown I'nlv ernltv.
third. Time 33 1-5 seconds.
HunnlnK- IIIkIi .lump -Won hy J. O .lohn
stone Hiirvanl t'nlversltl A A. with fset
1 lii.lt, II Itarwliie lloston A. A.. econ,l.
with t, feet Inch. K Hrtck'nn, Mott Haven
A C . tlilnl wllh , feet
SiiimllnK tlroail .lilniii Vi'nit bv Piatt An
num, Sen Viirli A I' . with la feet 9 Inches;
l.eo loidirlnr Mohawk A . second e lih
lit feet i Inches: V., I Hutea llrmtv Church
lloiise. third with in feel I , Incites ,
;oa Y.mi Hun- Won n Al.e tt. Klviat
Irleh American A. C.J. 1J M.redlt'i, l-'nl-versltv
of Pennsvlvanla. secoeri. p j iial
pln. llnston A. A., .hi J. T!ii9--1 minute
K, 1 5 seconds.
Throwing ''C Pound Weight for Height
Won hi 1' McOonald. Irlnh American A. ". ;
M J Milirnth, lrlli American A. O.. sei -end.
with t feet T Inches. .lohn Oihlll,
Irish Aioerican A. 1", third, nllll 14 feet
1-. lm lies McDonalil and Mrliiath tied
and the former won on throwoff
I'ole Vault for Lllslsme- Unn hv Piatt
Ailunis. ?,ew vorK A. . with feet ti
llicliee , vv. lllinnenny, lnnlreal A A. see
""d. "'ih 2" 'eet 4 Indira. I.. Schneider,
Mohawk A f , third, with Li! feet 1 Inch.
I'nlnls Scored Irleh American A I,. 30;
New York A i'. Huston A A.. 13; Long
Ihand A. i'. S. .Mn'adillii I.vceutn, 5; Serlug
fleld II S 1. Wealeyan t'nlverslty, 5. H.ir
viird t'lllv erslly, r,. Moiav"k C. 6, Hrnnx
House. 4 Montreal A A. 3. Mi.ti
Haven A CI. Vinkura Y M C A. 1.
i.eorfcelow n Unlverslti. 1.
tleenan llenil i'olnmlila Tlxr.
Daniel Meenan, .Ir, mil. of this oily
was elect, d captain of Iho Columbia
basketball team for next season at a meet
ing held yesterday. Meenan has pla.ved
right forward on the Columbia five for
two seasons and has distinguished him
self by reason of his good all round play
ing uuj) bpertaeular floor work During
the season Just closed lie was haudl
capiitl first by a badly sprained ankle
and lator hy a dlsiiisMted shoulder nnd his
Injuries did more than anything else to
bleak up the team play of the Columbia
I llr. Meenan
prepared for fuluinbla. at
De l'i Salle.
II lick. O'llrlrn Join lied Moi.
llor SrniNiia, Ark., March 6. Ruck
O'Hrli'ii, spit halllst exlranidlliary, and
Dutch Leonard and Ornvcr Uraiit, two
IiIkIiI) recommended reenilts, reported lo
Manager Garland Stnhl of the Hoston Red
Sox to-day. Despltn the fact that th"
111' liiiouiet'r dropped down Into the low
4iis the llovton batter) candidates had
mi unusually snappy practice at M.ijcntlo
I oiiiinereliil I'milliall Call I'nalril.
A notice lm been posted In Commercial
this week Issuing a call for football
riindldates. They al" to meet Coach
Shearer this iiflcriionu. 'nils Is tin
cirllest call Hint has over h"en Issued
nt Commercial mid It la causing a greal
ha) of speculation as to .oat Conch
Shenier wants, He has refused lo atatn
Ihe reason for tlm posting of this nollco
until thin afternoon.
DAUBERT PERFORMS A CHASE.
I'Vnt ! Strllchlnn
In I'rarlluR (Same.
AuoufiTA, Oa March R. Another falrtyl
n arm day greeted Manager Hahleii ami I
his players at Warren Park to-da). Tli"
only drawback w.ih ii blah wind, which
mad' It hard on the outilelderi.. Mthliii'
put hi leant tlnntigh a six Inning s'liili
same this mornlns. wiileh lesulled In a
defeat for Itatiberl's team In a n-orc of
t' to I. tlf Hie ipi.irli'l of pltelii'is who
labored llagon and Allen showel tiinch
more than Rucker a ml Yliullng. .lake
I'nillieil, Ciitshaw and Smith pla.ved good
hall In the Imlcld. Daubeii was fon d
lo cover rrcond and Catcher Km In plaved
llrsl. C.ii(. .iHke upset Hi" general opinion
lh.it a left bander caiuiol pl.i) the middle
bag by making pcvcr.il good stops and
I'ahlen h.is twenlv-oii" men Ivic at
present, seven arriving dining the last
twenty-four hours. Aiihuik the arrivals
wete Z.icli Wheat and his yoiinj binlher,
a catcher; Nap (tucker and Third tl.is".
man Snillh The reiiialnlng players to b"
heard from are Knetier, Meyers, I'lsch'r,
Stack and W.nner.
COOMBS GOES THREE INNINGS.
Only One linn Oft Mbletlca' Vrlernn
In III Srnnnn's Premiere.
Sa.v Antonio, Tev, Mnrch . Nine
teen pta)er.i wete pressed Into service to
day by the Athletics, who romped away
with tint fourth straight victory over
San Antonio by a score of S to 2. .lack
Coombs inade his llrsl anneaiiiiiie of the
season III the giuno. Ho pitched the tlrst 1
three Innings. Three hits iind nun run
were made off his deliver). yckoff made
his fourth appearance. Ills work on th" , etory. Itrltton freini'iitly Issuol (hnl
slab was gilt edged. Two hits, one of tin. irKC!,' to I'ackev thcienflcr, but could
Inlleld scialch ort anil the other a tly e.,i t. K.itlsfnetlon. rinnlly Itrltton'a
bait Hint wita cairle.l over Daley' head
by Ih.- wind, were all that the Texas
Leaguer could do with him llanell
llnlsheil the game, allowing only two hits
lu Ihe last tluee Innings.
The .Mtimlgnns have slatted lo pack
their trunks to lilt the road on mi ex
hibition tour They depart from San
Antonio Satunhi) for Austin, where they
open their schedule Coombs. Render nnd
Lapp will wind up the trip with the
TO HARD CLOUTING
(Sin nl Ifomilni'S Score Nino Ifmis
in Ono hniiiii: Off II i ii i
Tosroiiti ltd l pp.
AUiii.in, Tex., March 1 The legniais
of th' (.Hants tiounced Ih" second team
this afternoon in a wind blown game. It
wasn't nearly as good a day for baseball
ns yestenl.i) , and the llridets wtie slow
about letting out with tli'lr arm. Th"
pla.ver confined their eiteigles to hitting
and running, and the fielding side of th"
contest was not very serious banebiill.
The regulais won by a score of I'J to
3. and made nine of their ten runs in
the sixth Inning "The) batted clear
around In that session, slapping Hoc
frandal's offerings tn lemote points for
seven singles and two triples. Kvery
batter but one made a hit in this Inning.
Doyle was on tho bench with a sore thumb
and Joe Kvers played second for the
rcKUlars. There was another change In
tlm lineup. Thorpe went back to tlrst
base, covering that corner for the second
team, and Robertson played centre for
Th" pitching was conflmd to the old
standbys. Tesreau and Crandall hurled
for the second team, and th" former
kept tho regulars away from the plate.
He wits a trlfte shy of control, but had
smoke and a change of paw and th'
regular couldn't hit him connectedly.
The hitting of the second team off Ames.
Mathewson and Wilts' was scattering,
never moie than one safety to an Inning.
Hums, In left for the second team,
clipped off another horn" run. II" lammed
to right centre) and sprinted home on the
slow relaying of tho regulars, four
men handling the ball on Its way In, be
cause none cared about letting go with
a long throw. Still Hums travelled very
fast to get around. The regulars fielded
cleanly, barring a fumble. by Kvets. In
other respects that youth pla)ed a good
Kvery member of the regular division
tnHde a lilt, and Robertson and Murray
each made two. Murray lost n third hit
when Moose McCormlek leaped In the ulr
and snared tho ball with one hand.
The score :
11. II. V..
Second team . . I 0 1 0 I 0 0 ;l l 5
Ilrgulars . 0 n 0 0 t 9 x lu IS I
Teereati. cr.tnilal! nun Wilson,
Anies. Math.' weon.
Wlllse Hint Hurtle).
U. S. LEAGUE BOBS UP AGAIN.
Thin Time "Xen York Clnli" Will lit
nn Maten lalnnil.
Tho I'nlted States llaseball league,
which vanished Into smoke, aflir a brief
but stormy existence last year, was reborn
at a meeting In the Hotel Imperial last
night. Klght clubs. Including one on
Staten Island lo be known as the New
York club, comiKeT" the new circuit The
others are Newark, Washington, Haltl
niore, Reading, I'a., llrookl.vn, liilla
delphla nnd Lynchburg, Va. A Hchedtile
of 120 games will be attempted, beglmilng
May 10 and ending September IH, It was
announced by William A. Wllm.ni, the or
KanlJier, who also was clectitl secretar
The "New York club" will play Its
games at the fair grounds of Dongan
Hills, Htnten Island, which, nccnrdlng to
Wltnian. haxe been leased by W. J.
Steelcr. the club owner. The ltiooklyu,
club, backed by I.'o (Iroom. will play
on Marauotte rival. Hugh MclCliiuon,
who is llnanelng tlio Newark dub, lias
engaged Morris I'ark; for bis team, and
(!. S. W. Urubaker has arranged for Point
llrrezei I'nrlt for his IMilladelphla leant
Tlm .Staten Island grounds, which "ill
neat 10,000 persons, nro within forty-five,
minutes tido of Park row, Including ferry
The revised organization will make no
effort to tight organized ball. No players
on tho reserve list of any cluh "III teceive
any Inducements or request to ilgn.
"l'eacc Is dcslrid by us," said Wiiin.in.
UNDER CLASSMEN ON TOP.
I'pprr Clnaaineii of Plnililnu fiel a
2f In I Map In llnsl.etlinll.
The lower chirsmen's basketball team
nf Fluahlng High School, composwl inostlv
of the sophomore class, mvatnpod their
more dignified rivals by a scoio of 2
to 4 In the game for the acli.nil cham
pionship )eslerila) afteiuooi Tint (list
half gavo the spectutoiH the impression
Hint the frcsliiuan-Bophoiiiore cnmblna
lion was practising ngalnst an Invisible)
foe Not a point did Iho big fellows tally
and Iho half ended with a IP to 0 scoro
ngalnst them, Mcf.affrey, a reciiili
liiowcd great prouilso and shared honors,
with Morrison, the varsity centre", for
the day's, spoils, Thu upper classmen
had no star.
liwrr Classmen Positions I'pprr (-'Innntrn
Vnj N'fl liirwatd .. (ialella
I. Ilonathur . Illi'lil forwanl .. . hassv
Morrison t'ciiiio., Ilouan
e.llruy lfl guanl,,,., C, HonBRhuo
McHalTrcy lllelil iiuani . , II llnyln
Seme Lower riasstiirn. 2H: Hppir (iasimrit.
i i nini" in. in iiri'i i, oiinn kiiiic, r ov lllldlls.
!; Miiiafliey, V; tillroy. Hoe, Moirison, f, lialetia.
i iiniiiiEiitir. i iiiAU iriuii oui .vinriisiin suli.
htllnt.'k llni"tie fnr I1..!'. line for Kl .-t 1 a O..,
Viiiine for Jlomn. Helcrrc Mr Dklil Tliue I
READY FOR THE GONG
Mor'nrlimil nnr Hrillnn Rnlli
A io Cont'iilpnl of VieloY.v
in linidon To-iiiclil.
P.M'KKV IS THK FAVOTUTK'
Kvpoclod Tlinl 10.000 Poi-miiis
Will Pny NonHy K:tl).000 lo
Soo IMvnls Scrnp.
Trained lo the minute, rn'key M'Fnr.
land ami .lack Miilluri, Hie rival Chicago
lightweights, ate the big atlra-llnn liv,a
ten round glove contest In Madison Sipinre
Harden tlila evening. Accordliig to the
miliiea of ngrecmeiit the men must weigh
137 pounds at 3 o'clock this itftetuoon and
each has l,0im fot felt up lo guarantro
weight and appearance. The referee will
be William .lob. who has been approved
bv the State Athletic Commission and la
geneinlly conceded to be the best ring
I Judge in this part nf tin: country
McKiirlaud and Iliitton have been hit-
tir rlval.i ever Mnrc liny mei in an cikiu
mum! bout In Memphis two years ago.
The relet eo of that affair cave u draw
.i1Ma. itiintn.-h both men claimed
manager. Daniel Morgan. imnn a new
campaign to fot en McKarland to terms.
Morgan deliveied n scries of personal
attacks, that reflected on McI'-arland'M
courage and soon he. got the desired rc-
McFaiiand. snmrtliiR under lit c. con
sented to make a match, hut he Inslrtcd
on naming tho weight conditions, 137
pounds at .1 o'clock, which at first seemed
a barrier to the signing of articles. In
his eagerness lo get McFaiiand Into Du
ring, however, Itrltton, after a prolonged
wrangle, ennt-ede this point, at the same
Hiiii." explaining that a matter of a few
pounds dlffeieuce would not affect his
Chances for success.
I Mel'arlaud nnd Hrllton will weigh in
al the tl.irdeu Ibis afternoon at 3 o'clock,
and shoitly after Referee .lull and Man-
ageis Morgan nnd Tiller)' will uiscus
the lilies so Hint th'ie may bo no long
w raugle in the iiiena.
Derogatot) remarks alleged lo have
been made h) Morgan loncernliig th
State Athl'tlc Commission illrd members
nf that bod) yesteriln). and they sum-
tnontil Ittltton' manager before them.
linl'i oath Motgiili denied knowledge of
the supposed ciltlcism and was thiiefoie
When Itrltton knocked out Kddle Mur
phy in eleven rounds at a lloston club
last! )ear Morgan iiulrkl) proclaimed him
world heater and ninny held a similar
opinion. Hut Just Ihe same Itrltton. xvhlle
nslly the better boxer, failed to stop such
men ns Harry Mono. I. nine Mitltli, Willie
litis her. .lack Redmond ami Freddie
Duffy lu ten round contests at thu local
clubs. Young Saylor was beaten on a
foul in six rounds lu the Huh and Joe
i:gan, n .supposed "setup.' was put to
sleep in four rounds nt Krovldencc.
Itrltton, however, accomplished a lot
when he made Leach Cross look like a
green novice in a one sided ten round
affair last fall That performance alone
stamped Itrltton as a first class boxer,
capable of making things Interesting for
even so niai'vtllous a ring gensral a
Mcl-'arlntid. It Is expected that to-night's
battle will draw an enormous riowd and
perhap UO.OOil lu sate receipts. Me
l'arlaud ".ill receive a $7,000 guarantee,
with the alternative, of 30 per cent, of the
gate, while llrltton'a pay for his services
will be in per cent. Probably 10,000
persons "ill see the struggle. McKarland
Is the favorite.
FELL WINS WAY INTO FINAL
-NeT Yorker Heat Inman and Will
Meet Slvrnl fnr Florida Title.
Palm Reach, Fin., March fi T. It.
Pell uf New York earned his right to meet
P. D. Slverd of Pittsburg to-morrow In
the challenge match for tho Florida State
tennis title by defeating F C Inman of
Rockawa) in a Vpird live set match this
afternoon. Honom weie pretty equnlly
distributed, the sets seesawing back nnd
forth, with Pell Iho winner of the llrst,
the third and deciding sts. In the fourth
set sixteen games were necessary before
Inman saved himself from defeat, but this
took so much of his stamina that the
ilftlt set went to Pell in 12.
The summaries :
Men's Minnies. Iinal T. It. Pell. Weft
ilefeaieit t . (.:. inman, llockawny, 6 3.
5 n. ii :, s 7.
Men s I)nu.bles, Second Hound P. I), si
verd and J. 1.. f.'ote, Pittsburg He'd. de.
fealed It. H. Ilacej, l-iorldn, and Hditar
l.eonalil. West Nlilo. 3 -S, B 4. 1 4. Seml
liii.ils II. Jl llsckeit and P. C Inman,
llockawa). defeated H W. Hlocum. Hoik
away, ntiil A. f. Kennedy. Merlon, by .le
f.mll Men's Cnnsiilatioii Single, Secomt Hound
1". S. tlnuli. llrlilseporl rtefeateil T. TV.
Cane, New York, 5. 1 1, .1. S. Phlpps,
Itemseu, defeated Prank itoche, Phllaitel
pht.i. S H. tl 1; It. W Sealmry, Loncwnoil.
ilefeste.l II H HoJ. Morrlstown. fi I, 2;
i: Scott PhlladeliihU, defeated Senbury by
Mixed Doubles, Second JtOllll.l MlM I,. II.
Ht ie anil IMKar Leonard, New York. de.
feated Miss Katherlne Halilwlu. New York,
and Kill" Hoffman. Ilaltlmoi e, 7 5, 4;
Mr A (iraliam Mills, Now York, and e S.
Ilrvan llrldiceporl, defeateil Mies CottslHnce
lliililnsnn mill II II. Hackett, New York.
11 A. 60.
FOUR B'S TO THE FORE.
Ilercher and llennetl Win and Bnrna
nnd llrovvn Drnsr.
Willie Heecher outptinched Packey Horn
mey In a slugging match, tho final ten
round bout of the evening nt the Forty
fourth Street Sporting Club last night.
From th" fourth session on Iloinincy waa
no mutch for Ileechei.
Hilly Hennett, the lightweight cham
pion of Irclund, outfought Tommy Olnty
of Scriinlon. Pa., In th' first of tho trio
of ten lound frays. Ilcnnett's cleverness
wSis too much for the Pennsylvanlun.
In tho semi-final Frankln Hums i)f Jer
sey City, went ten rounds to a draw with
Mickey Hrown of RoHtoti. Moth boys
showed plenty of speed and cleverness, but
neither one could do the oilier any serious
(I'llrlen Knocked Onl In Court.
PiHLAiiEt.rniA, March fi. Philadelphia
Jack O'Brien was knocked out hi isiurt
In-day when Owen Fogarty, a contractor,
secured a verdict of 530, S34 72 against
the pugilist and Ch.ulc 11. Whltty. Tho
suit was fnr a balance due on th" erection
of the American Athletic Club, which has
been conducted with scant sucresa by
O'Htien. Fognrly contended that the
orlolnal contract price was $36,400, but
Hint ihe defendants had only paid him
$28,000 on account.
Arrive From Texas,
1., March ti. A forerun.
ner of the coming polo season waa j.cn
to-day when four carload of poki ponies
cam" lu, shipped from Texas, Kvery' In
dication luilM lo Hie coining year In polo
Ivcinif Iho liveliest that bus ever lieen
had. Th' llnrt uf April probably will ne
practlco games, at Meadow Biook nnd
Piping Hock and from that tlmo oil there
will he games which will la-st until late
In Hi' summer.
Ballot l.enx-es fnr Kentnelsy.
Ballot, the former Keene stallion, which
arrived here from abroad Wednesday, left
hero )cstordny morning In a private car
tor nnmmirg liace, ivy. no Is now
the properly of a breeding syndicate
headed by John 15, Madden.
JOINT COMMITTEE ON POLO.
I'oln Association and Meadow llrnok
I luh .Name .'I en tn .Set Plana.
The first atrp townnl the arrange
ments for th" International polo matches
next Junes were taken ytstetday nt a
meeting of the executive commltteo of
the Polo Association held In the White
hall MiUdlng, It already It. id been agreed
that Hie. matches should be played on
the field of the Meadow llrook Club atifl
so that everything would run smoothly
that club and the Polo Association de
cided to leave the conduct of tho matches
o a Joint committee consisting of thrco
members from each organization. This
comniltlco was appointed yesterday, .no
Meadow riroolt Club. James A. fur
den, Jr.. August Helmont, Jr., and Jamea
A, Hnvvilns: Polo Association, William
A. Hazard, Jorhtia Crane, Jr., nnet II. 1
.Mr. Herbert nald after the meeting that
tho commltteo would meet In the near
futuro and nt once would begin to ap
portion the work to Ik? done by the
Meadow Hrool; flub and tho Polo Asso
ciation, lu a Ketiei.il way tho arrange
incuts that provrd satisfactory for tho
matches two yenra ago would lie followeel
and the eletnll work of fixing tho prlco
of ticket nnd putting them on sale would
be luteiulcd to. so that tho public might
know a early n osslble lust what tho
Tho flrt match will be played on Juno
10 and tho second on Juno 14. If tlm
plan of 1911 Is tidliered to tho tickets
will be Issued calling for the first, second
and third matches, bo that in case of n
postponement on account of bnd weather
any one holding a sent coupon for tho
opening match will bo able to ee It, no
matter how often It I postponed. The
Meiadow Rrook grounds already nro
equipped with stands, but If the com
inltleo should deem greater accommoda
tion neccasary more will be erected.
Harry Payne Whitney, captain of tho
American team, will all from Knglainl
on March !) and on hi arrival "ill mar
shal tho candidates for tho team for
preliminary practice, xvhlrli I scheduled
to begin at Lnkowood on April 1. Word
was received yesterday that Walter
Uiipce, tho loader of polo In the West, had
shipped a number of good pontes from
California for the use of the American
team. Dupee has been playing polo on
the Pacific coast as a member of the
('oronado team and keeping hi eye open
for suitable mounts. The ones selected
are all good ponies and will bo tried out
with the i:aslerti animals a soon as
the practlco begin.
"FAKED TAIL" CLAIM MADE.
I'lltabnrg Untiring Winner Pro
Irsted hy l.oalng etvrnrr.
PiTTsnrnrj. March fi. With surprises
galore Hiid the competition bringing to
gether many noted wlimets the second
day of th' Pittsburg dog show proved
In collies an exceedingly good puppy
bitch came out, turned Princess Itelle,
which not only won In her classes but
eventually bent the New York novice. Tho
best In dog was Imna Selected, n big
tricolor, which beat the noted blue merles
flrey Mist ami Hlllesley Dlue Heau. but waa
himself beaten for the best of the breed
by Knoeklayile LJueen Prim.
Ill bull terriers the Albany champion.
Hloomsbury llldgeiiiop. vvus beaten for
the best of the breed by tho old favorite
champion Vlrginall. which waa eventu
al!) protested on the grounds of a faked
tall. It seems that the tall had been
shaved io as to appear much finer. The
matter nil bo submitted to the American
llulldogs aroused excitement when
Charles Wood of Philadelphia Judged the
classes. The New York winner, Thorn
bmy Mac, was beaten by St. John, a
very massive white son of Champion
Ingoldsby. The best In males waa the
grand headed fawn Dreamwold Blun
derbuss, the property of Thomas W.
Lawson. which beat the new Importation
Thornbury Ilulvv.-irk, a massive dark
brlmlle which lost In head and tyre. In
bitches South Side Madge won her cham
pionship somewhat easily, beating u good
class. Champion Moston Gladiator was
beaten by Ulunde-rhuss for the cup for
the best of the breed.
Aliedales found a mixed lot compet
ing, Andrew Albright's noted champion
King Oorang winning from a promising
puppy. Ulnihurst Oorang. In Boston ter
riers the Hoston champion Major Haffies
waa placed over many good one. Kwee.
nee Hudora beat Mis I.ulu, which many
thought might have won. tlm Judge re
marking that a had eye handicapped her.
The local owned champion Undcllffo
Warrior was the heU In Irish terrier
dogs, while In bltohes the New York sen
sation, Clover 11111 Noorlddeen. had an
easy victory. Klnghamton, N. X.. had a
Held day in the Scotch terrier, winning
Isith champlonshlp.1 with Halgownle Lad
die and Wntlands Scotch Itose. In th
quaint West Highland fillers Judge Will
lm Moore's son won In docs with End
Turf and Field Clab Oflern.
The annual meeting of the Turf and
Field Club was held yesterday at fi Kast
Forty-llflh street. I.awrcneu 1. Glllfsplo
was elected a member of the board of
governors and the following officers were
chosen for the ensuing year:
F. K. Sturgls, president ; Henry W.
Bull, vice-president ; F. U. Livingston,
secretary; John II. Cowdln, treasurer; II.
. Buck, assistant secretary.
CHARLESTON RACING RESULTS.
First Hare Puree 1300 three-year-nbts
and upward, selling live and a half fur
Ions': Alderman .'rlrco, 103 (Buxton), 3 to
1, llrst ; Morgan Wilson, lot ( Henschoten),
20 in t. eecoml; lllluen. Jr., 108 (Uauerl,
0 to t, third. Tlme-lilO. Okeele. Tiny
Tint. Inspired, Anne May, Qulncy Uelle and
Strike elut aUo ran.
Second Hace Two-year-olds, purs S300,
three furlongs: Ilulgar, 115 (Pickett). II
10 1. first; It ti by llyanis, 116 (Koertter), to
6. second: llarwooil, 109 (Hanover). G to 1,
(bird Tlme0:3J i-h. Sitter Baby. Itert
HaJah, Stonehene, Wooden Fhoes, Charles
Cannell and otranto also ran.
Third Pace Four-) ear-olila and upward,
elx (urloniss: Howdy Howdy. 10K (Andresa),
11 to 6. first. Murtre. 110 (Pickett), 3 tn 1,
second; York I. Mil. tot (Buxton). S to 2,
third. Time Dints. Kalth lne, Mien
Jonah. Rtrion and Frog nleo ran.
Fourth Itaee Three-year-olds and upward,
one miles and evenly yarda: I.awtnn Wlg
Kins. 114 (Corey), t to 1. first; Banorella.
109 illtixton) I in 1 second; Jaro.uellna, lot
(Urnnd). S to I. third. Time IU7 1 i. BIU
(Irsiie, Fatherola. Bagman. Mud Sill and
Hpellbound also ran.
Fifth Hace Tliree-vjear-olda and upward,
rive and o half furlsnEO Bertie, 107
teirand). to S. rr.t, Merlee. lot (Sklrvin),
7 lo :, second; Henork. 9S (Wsrd). JO to 1,
third.' Time 1-tO. Pink Beau. Jim Hay,
Mnnaml, Motherklna and Carroll alto ran.
Sixth Hace Foitr-year-nlils and upward,
one mile and a aixteenth; Outtyhunk, 113
lliauer). 13 to 10, llret: Wood Dove, 103
(l)eronde), 6 to 1, second; Blue Mouii. 106
(Montour). 30 to 1. third. Time 1;H 5-f.
Renator Hparki. Pallan, Naughty Lad and
niuira aieu rim.
JUAREZ RACING RESULTS
First Hace Four furlontu: Surreitlan.
110 I Murphy). 4 to I, first; Osaple, lu
Klrose), io 5. second, Brevity, no (Bur
llngaine), 12 to 1, third. Time 0:47 1-5.
I.iieitrolla, Kerfhaie, Peekaboo, Unhurt Man
tell. Deal Carroll, Hyurila, Illng, Corona and
lllmlfax also ran
Second Itaeo live and a half furlongii
Delanev. tli'i (Diirllnunmel. & to s nr..'
.ItiPlter Joe, lto (Callahan), II to B, second'
Cbllla, ion (Molcimorth), 1.0 (o 1, third. Time
-H07 1-5. Mike Mnle.it. Venetian, Halvag e,
vvsHiellH mid Fundamental also ran.
. Third Hitco One mile' Nannie MrDee
loo (Carter). 12 In 1. tlrst, Fancv. 103
(lirnthl. 10 to 1. eeionil, HI Patei, 101 (HaiT
jeyi, 10 t 1, third. Time 1:40 3-5. Ado.
lante, .MrAlan. Oi ean gueen. Dick Baker
Annual Interest, Oswald B., Utliel Hampton
ami Itmal lllver also ran,
, Font Hi Hace Heven furlnngai Vntlr. 103
((irons), k tn 1, Hist, I.uekrose, 107 iblalortl
a tn second. Winning Wllrh. 97 (llllii
to 1. third, Time. -l:sr.S-. Injury, die
Tnl" nnd dipt BraVo also ran.
'"""i.. V"lf. Mvo half furlouaa:
Napa Nlik. 113 (Curler). to I flrM PI?;
lor Hoi, U0 111, .1.1, Ins., ic 'to 5, licit";
Poroihy Dean, 100 (Small). 10 to 1. tlilr.l
TltneliOCI 5, Palalahle, Dnnitnlca. A 10 !
l"na faiiomaii ami King r,lk also ran.
,.,,X"'.n Baee Onn llllle; Heu Cliff, IH
w'i,ri,.,iLa,"1eilA ? nr",': tlclh . 107
'i?."pyi'. l0. to 1, aaeondi Zornaaler. 104
(Croth), lp 1. third. Time 1:3 4 5. bull"
trai.ln, Ualil. Girl and Klrit Star al.o rial
ON AUTOMOBILE BILLS
Association Xnw Onriinizin::
Cnnipniffii (o CombH:
OBJECT TO TAX TXC'liKW
That Is Main Thine: Mnlumta
Don't Like Dp I'hIiiiii h
Automobile association have org" rrj
a Stnt'wltlo movni'nt III opposition tr
the chunges proposed In Hi" motor
I vehicle lavv nnd urn worklns nut
only In this city but In other e.
. lion ns. well to Inlluence owners unit uso-
ot passenger niilomoblle and motor Irnrln
to appeal to their representatives. In tlm
.Assembly and .Senate to vote against Hies
measures. Although iimat of tho Staten
registered cars mid trucks arc In this
district, their aro enough rcatterrd
through the Slate to hiuo a strong reprc.
entatlon In nearly all rountle.
The American Automobile Association,
the Motor Truck Club, tho Autotnobllii
Dcalcia Association and others have been
working to llr up general feeling ntnl
real activity among motorlsta and oupeis:
of business vehicles. Tho report of the
special committee of Inquiry" appolnto.) bv
(Sov Sulzer, which recommended tlii
doubling of the taxation on pleasure rr
and Increasing It on truck. Is one tint
Is being most violent!) attacked.
This Increase Is to help out In to.id
work, S.C. Many automobllo men say that
not only ha there been waste In running
th' Highways Department hut that nls.i
thero are so many coutitleii behindhand
with their returns of automobile fines and
'pennltles duo that these two Items alop.i
make Increased taxes unnecessary Thu
president of one motor club writes: "If
"the Secretary of State and the State Igls.
lature would uso their energies to collect
these fine and to eo that appropriations
for State highway are used Judhlotislv
there would be no need of an Inc'd
When the hearing I held on the scotn
or so of motor vehicle bill In Albany on
March 13 before the Internal Affair Com
mltteo automobile Interestn from all ovrr
the State will be represented.
13. S. Jordan, secretary of Ih" retmpan"
that makes Humbler cars, was In town
)'st'rdny on hi way to th" Boston show,
which opens on Saturday night. Another
automobllo man passing through wai
Millard II. Newton of th' advertising de.
pnrtment of tho White Compan).
It wa five months ago on March f Ui.it
Halpli De Pa I inn won the Vanderhllt cup
race. He has not yet received tlm ptlrn
money that Is due him. His letter to tlm
Motor Cups Holding Company to nsslst
him lu getting the mony elicited Hie reply
that that concern's Jurisdiction did not
Pply. The Milwaukee Automobile Penleia
Association, which fathered the race meet
at which the (irand Prlzo and Vnnderiiilt
Cvip races were run. hn not yet "nt a
representative) Kast to explain why tb
money haa not been paid, a 'was said
would be done around the time of the auto
mobile show here.
If a foreign driver had won the Van
derbllt cup race nnd had failed to get
his money there would have been a nc or
ending scandal over It. De Pnlma happens)
to be very good natured. Ills feeling
toward the Milwaukee people Is rather one
of pity than of resentment. II" has been
able to forget that he wa badly hurt In
the races out thero and tha his hospital
expenses were extraordinary. The general
opinion Is that the Milwaukee ieople Paxil
taken advantage of his kindness and will
ingness to wait until they get straightened
Incidentally. Fred Wagner say ho hai
not yet got the money due to htm, either,
lie did get a check which vn worth ap
proximately the value of the paper on
which It was written.
"Don't worry' ! Don't telephone! Don't
writ! You'll get It t"
Red Woods, a driver who handled an
K-M-F car In n couple of local race meet
this summer, nald yesterday that he wa
going nbroad soon to get another Sunbeam
car for the 500 mile race. If there Is one
that has been entered, lu addition to that
which Albert Quyot Is to drive, no notico
has come either from England or In
dlanaK)lls. A representative of the IsrHta
Fraschlnl, who Is going to Italy sewn to
get the cars that are to race at Indian
apolla, Is In the liallana city now, looking
over the Speedway.
Heil Sox to DO Wlthnnt Jlay Collins,
Boston, March . Bay Collins. H-e
only xeternn left hander on the Itrd Son
staff, failed to allow up to-day for trans
portation to Hot .springs with th"" main
body of Sox to-morrow and It was an
nounced at the team's headeiuarters that
hope had been given up of Inducing tin
big southpaw to sign n cyntr.ict for tlili
year. I nloss President McAlcer if
Pitcher Collin yields tho champions w 11
start the season without a seasoned pi""
ine pitclier. Collins reported two week
ago and said that he would retire from,
the gamo unless he rccived what he be
lieved he was worth.
Sehnlto C.et III First Homer.
Tampa, Fla., March fi. The Cub y.ui.
nlgans defeated the regulars by ii score at
0 to 7 to-day. The special feature of tho
game was his first home, run of tho yeae
by Schutto of tho regular. The vesu
lars nwdo alxtevn hit and two enm"'
and tho yannlgans eleven hits and thi'"
errors. Ttlchlc and Lavender were 1'n
pitchers for the )-annlgans and Sutclirfc.
Olllwrt nnd Powell for tho regulars.
Stall KflN" sill
Tll.HIQIlT PHONi; .-.inn
v v nmn 1
McFARLAND vs. BRITTON
OWMTiRII AND SRIXKR8 OF AO"
TOUOBILBS, COUUKRCIAL VEHI"
0LB8. GARAGES, TIRES, EQUIP"
UKNTA ALao BBPAJR COM.
PANISA, WILL ALWAYS TIMTt
BOMETIxIrta OF INTERCOT IN
BAntiAiNs wiirrr stiumcbs.
f0 l?.!' ""leli com '.soihmjiio each; will
sell at MH-tav: su lo 40 h, p.: ; louring cars and 1
landaiilels; 10 h, p. laiidanl-l, forinrrlj ui
.... ; President Tafl.
All nnc cars lu excellent running condlllon
I04J Colnmbui A'e. ' ' ' hone riB3.'l td.
POPF..HAHTFOIIU, leu, 7 pais ,. . ji.nu
fi;i:-IIABTFOHI, IOU Ijit daule ' s ;
IIIH4 K. 1UII Model 57 . jvu
1'Ol'E MOIIIII CAB ttl.. 14104 IIS) '
AL'TO.VIOItll.r, niRRCTOUIKH AM) l.lsl s.
nn: 101:1 itontuvs mukik cak
will give tnulee, lUrme nt(moer nunrr'j irrr nf.l
nMtni of every ear registered In N. Mine
durlnr 1913. M tor lull J rar'a subvrlptlon, Order
":'i'.,.?,,uJNS Mu'r " IHrectnrj t.
- 1111 Uroadaay. 'Phoua 7U1U tolumhs.