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Three Yachts May Be Built for Cup Defence Sickness Waylays Metcer on Eve of Relays
THE SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1913.
CUP RACE IS CERTAIN
V - tiili i f Tlirer Defenders
o lieimr I i'H'fl liikely
if 7 Kooter Is Chosen.
i nMMITTKK IS K0.1.MAI..TY
li rnlinff mill (iiinliier Looked
I ntii ;in Mire Aspirants for
llniior of I'liiildinir,
T ir.K among yachtsmen Is that
. i in- ,i icm-wal of the contests
'. Vceth a cup next year It win
i , cars then since the lant nice
, 1 ami it' luittlT mil toll 1m ur-
i. c. t ' will I n the thirteenth time the
... . x . tk .ii'ht ('lull linn hail to lie-1
. 1 tl ttophy Tin' fact tint ionm lie
., vno tn ho nir.inged by the two
ir f t - ilnos nut indicate In the ml ml
, r well informed Herdsmen that the chal
lenge wilt not be iiooi'iitoil. It Is iloi'inecl
ni lv u formality which linn to he (tone
Alriinlv plans urn being talked of for
he dofctico of th c.ui. t'ntll the final
details of the match me announced, how
n, these iilniiB will ho only tentative,
hut If a race In nrranged between yachts
5 fiot on the water lino ft Is very prob
able that thno defenders will be liullt.
o far thn hono of contention between
lie challenger and the challenged has
een nhout the slie of thn defending yacht,
sir Thomas I.lpton xvunte-d tb- vw York
Yacht Club to agree to defend with a
ncht the Minn slzo as the challenger, but
'he club did not like thu Idea of the chal
lenger practically dictating It should
do for the defence. Now that u plain
challenge 1ms been received It is very
probable that the club will defend with a
host of slnillur size. In this there Is a
precedent established by tho club when
Ixiril Dunraxen challenged. In the ar
tar.gemcnts then about the races It was
agreed that Dunrnxen should build u
yacht ?S feet on the water line and that
It should not exceed that length by more
ihan - per cunt., and the defending club
allowed the same rendition to apply to the
There. Is no doubt that one defender
will b. built by Hcrreshoff. Herroshoft
1ms built every defender since 1S93, and
many think that the Sage of Hrlstol is
II unbeatable In yachts built under the
old rule Already some yachtsmen have
heen consulting with William Gardner to
l.n ' 1 a defender and It Is very probable
ia' he w II turn out at least one boat.
1 1 nlner has built some very fast yachts.
J' . Litem was the Medora, which did so
w.ll last ea Among othets are the
W. e',iii,..c. N'toln, Windward. Atlantic
t"t M'l-hi' asu. winner of the Manhaaset
''l,lll t.ge Tup
l..ii'rn vaohtsmcn too have thought
Mi id nc, and it Is said that If n 71
"i nf tne unlimited t,pe Is to be the
.p . 'it an li.istern syndicate will be
g u. zed and an extreme scow built.
.is'i'i ii designers have turned out some
i I. ist yachts of tho scow type and
. e hlUe doubt that If the yacht Is
tee! water line one will bo built. The
of a defender of that size would be
-rrctarv Ucorge A I'ormack sild yes
iv that the Inclination of the club
. iers was to act on the challenge as
i possible Nothing, however, will
e until the committee as a whole
I brought together, and this prob-
1' be done some time during the
s week; probably toward the close
' i. w eek
FROWN UPON SUMMER BASEBALL.
amherst I'arnlty Throw Wright of
Opinion against It.
mr.iT M.os . prll 2a.- ftr thre
-i of int-rniltteiii discussion, durins
iiir i tm irrtnn,. stand on the matter was
"'en h .ithimli: board of Amherst Col
fjo nteil t.j-day that summer baseball
'i prohibited The student Inxly In a n
n' chapel vote showed strong sentl
ee f n favor of allowing men to play Im.I1
' i- tnonev during the euramer vacation,
vmt ie majority of the faculty wer
Hira-i Kiich action
in fii ofttclal vote of the Iward, which
'le-ided the matter, the atudent repre
ci'a"vej wero for summer baseball, th
ei y HRaJnst It and tho alumni evenly
Tii" No method of suppression ha.s
n ns'ieed upon yet, but a committee
b set to work soon devising regula-
- Pr.-vlous to the three years of In
e ioii. mherst had & rule against sum-
Irnnn C.eta Ftrat Bratlngr.
Itovioence, April :R The Vale fresh
n put a ' tn t defeat on the Drown
' -s irn on Andrews Field this after-
. g'Viig tbf Hrunonlans their lliat
ai'-g of thn teason. Hoth Watons and
inabue were hit freely In tlm tlrst in
' c Tho visitors got their first three
i' s on thne hits and two errors, while
Hrnwi sent over three runs when Onus
nhaii out a home run with two men
t Mudge played a great game
i e visitors, catching several Hruno-
s urnl'ng liases
T , p. ,, P ;
rt. it e.
rieilimin. ) i i i I : -7 H 3
" ts!hmn soooooon t 4 r. 3
('.! Yale, Vatnns and Murtge,
I1 " in.nahii and Dli k.
I'enn nte Mhnta Oat I.ehlglh,
" ' th IIktiileiiem, Pa.. April 13. -
-t,t, shut out Lehigh to-dny, 2 to n,
f.'iiH trlstllng with good playf. Hoth
ffnu State's runs were due to mis
. . n fdv rhances. l.ehlgh had K'l
s to score in the fourth and fifth,
u. kfd the punch. In the ninth a
'i't ratrh by Miller tn centre Held
'f a le'hiKh rally. McKlbben platd
aiion.il game at shortstop for Point
neeeptlng nine hard chances, Keady
-d a tin. ciime for f.ehlgh, keeping
' it- well fluttered.
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ont tooon o 2 e l
n o ii ii n n i o n o r. 3
--Llebert sml Itcivl'rson, Kead
Hllllardlsls Agnlll In Triple Tlr.
" 'riplij tin In the Manhattan handl
i .12 b.ilkllno toiirniiment at the
ingslde Ullllard Academv will have
e replayed, as the three plajors,
Muldaur, Hal A Cnleniau and
1 I'erty. are again In a lie l.ast
('r.Kmiin, making one. of tlie highest
iic-s -.r Him tournament, caMh do-
' "lorry bv a proro of 'jriO tn !ni
was playing IP" points. Tei r
! f licit Muldaur and .Muld.iui' li.nl
' oil man Cnli man's average was
and bis high runs :!., 2 and 27.
id Jluldaur will meet on Mnn
fert in the ill st gamo of the repluy.
It ii ii ( llecliles tn 4oniielr,
AsiiKi.mi, April -I, Thomas C.
ridi f I.iih Angeles, Joint holilet" of the
-Mii doubles championship with
i: McLaughlin, bus decided tn
1 with the latter III thn Davis cup
atnent next month In New York. It
- ii'iuglit tor a whll" that McLnughllu
" id time to get another partiier, an
less ns Interfering with Dundy's
Gab's Latest Act
Surprises Ltpton (
T ONDON. April '.', Sir TlionuiH 1
Upton, wIki (mil ricott wititiriK
ntix.loiit.ly In hour the ri-niill of llu- 1
lnirtiiiKofilm ,.s Vmk Viiclit (.'lull
relative In his eliitlleiine tlirnimh the
( Itoyitl 1,'lster Yacht Club for n rare
I fur the Aiiiericii's Cup, wan somi;-
whiit HiirpriHetl that the mutter hud
heeti referred to a eomniittee. He
hail expected that the cIihIIpiiku
would ho neccpted at once, as it
wiih the last time he ehalli'lisred,
without any (iitillf villi; I'lntiHu. Sir
Tliointis to-day Haiti he could not
undnrstimd the action of the club
and did not know what further do
tails were to be arrnncd. His olutl
lensc, ho said, named a 7p footer
and tho conditions were tho Name
as thorn- KoverniiiR the lam series
of races sailed in two.
NINE GEORGETOWN HITS
USELESS AGAINST YALE
Scott Sees to It That Thcv Oct
Xo Huns Yale, With 3
Hit, Scores Thrice.
New Haves. April 25, Although George
town outhlt Yale three to one. Vale won
the game to-day, a to 0. Scott pitched tho
entlrn game for Vale, ami .McCarthy, his
rival, whs not tiiKeu out. The Ueorge
town men kevernl times had chajicts to
score, but Yule's Infield work wa-s too fa.st
for them, and the (leorgetown men were
caught on bases repeatedly
.Mlildleurook went to llrst on balls In
the first liming, Yale's llrst man at bat.
Klossum followed him with u hot single,
which scored Mlddlebrook, McCatthy Im
mediately tightened up and n-tlred the
Yale, men one, two, three.
In the fourth McCarthy put himself In
a hole by alluwliig Klddell to take his
baso on ball". Cornish singled, Pum
pelly sacrltlcod. Schofleld got a clean hit
to left tleld. scoring Klddell and Cornish,
and went to second when Ilurdettc was
hit by the pitcher. .Scott reached tlrst on
Davis's en or. Schofleld attempted tosteal
humc, but was tagged by Mullaney on a
iinlck throw from llollandtr, which was
one of the features of the game. Middle
brook riled to lft Held and the hope of
more runs was gone.
Georgetown's only chance to score came
In the eighth, whin Fury wnnt to tlist on
a clean bit to right rtLt and took second
on luvls's single to left. McCarthy's
sacrifice sent Fury to thltd, hut Scott
tightened up. and on popups to the Intleld
the sldo w us retired.
e. at) r h p a e
n Mi, I'M u.ef n l o n l o
ati r h p a
Horner s t
I).l la.lb I
O'llellly.lh.. t o 0 0 .1 (i
3 3 0 (i ninx'm.M 3 113 11
0 2 I Klililell.llt. 1 I 0 1: 1 0
M C'thy.p 3
1 Cornl-li.'jh II 13 3 0
Shu'rue.lt 4 n 9 1 0 O'Pum'ly.rf. .10 0 10 0
Cam'ii.rf 3 n o l 0 o;s.-hof'il.lf. 3 0 110 0
Mul'hy lb 3 0 0 13 1 0 11nnletle.es n 0 6 1 0
Neuhir.e 2 0 1 .1 I 0 Seott.p. . 3 0 0 14 0
Mul'ney.r 1 0 0 0 3 01
. . Total!.. ST 9 3 17 14 1
I Total- .31 o :i n :
l o 0 oooo -i
Stolen !mp lllotunni. MltMlhrooU. llol
Under Firi ti.i-' on lull Oil MeCarths.
I off Scott. .1 iruek out Hit MiCartliy. S; by
.ott 6 Sjcrlfli-e hlK-MeC'arthy, IMmpelly
lilt br plthel ball Hollander Hardens Urn-ptre-
talTnrU Tune- 1 hour and 4S mtnutet
STEVENS NINE IMPROVES.
With BellofT Pitching In fiood Form
I nlnn I Urntrn l 1 tn 11.
I'nion was trounced by Stevens ln'tl
i tttte by a score of 0 to 2 on Castle Point
Field, lloboken, ye.Merdaj. Tlie Insti
tute boys showed marked Improvement
.over their former games. Helloff's pitch
ing was excellent lie "truck out ten men
and Isfiucd only one pass. I'nion's lb-Id-Ing
was poor throughout, except for Nau.
man. who carled off the fielding honors
.lohnson and Jaegull hit the ball hard for
D Tle'r'r e 3 1 0 10 1 1 JaeilMb. 1 : 3 0 0
.1 bVrr.lt 4 0 0 0 0 0,Hllfll.s4... t. 0 0 1 : 4
Na'm'li.s! 3 0 t 2 r. 0. Vault li rf 4 0 1 2 0 0
JUrcry,:ti .1 o 0 i ; t l.anadll.il I 0 1 10 0 0
H'litnn.lb 4 0 1 It o :,lkllo(l.ii 3 0 0 o ; o
Zuiim'r.3b 4 oool oUnthe.n r, 1 1 10 0 o
Deuey et 3 110t OKarrlalf . : .1 1 0 0 0
llut'ina.rf S 0 l 0 n 0Jnhna"n,:b 1 : : : 3 1
JenUina.p 4 o 0 1 ICary.rf . I : 0 0 o o
smilh.p t 0 o 0 0 0 -
- - Total! 3t 9 JT 7 I
Total! 32 : :t II
Steell Iliat 11 I 0 0 0 4 0 4 , t
Tlin bae hitalloiuhlnn. l.ali-.icll Tn
baa,, hits tlutchins. Jareirli Sa.'rillefl hits
Barclay, Hub tuna, .larwll, 1 Dealer Sinlen
base- Jenkins. Naiiman. Pee. 3. Van lien
sehotrn, Itellnff Hits -Off Jenkins, , nff
Smith, 2 Kirai base on balls OH Jenkins.
off; Smith. 2i off Helloft. 1 Struck out Itv Jen
klna. ?: by Smith, 1, by Helloff, 10. Lett on
baaci-L'ninn, i Slevena. 10
Darknru Cornea, hat Mo Score.
Newark. Del. April 2S. -Delaware and
A. and M. of North Carolina battled until
dark this afternoon, when the game wan
called, neither team having secured a
run. Tim pitching of both Jones and
Jnynes was gilt edged, while their support
at critical stages was eusatlonal. Llnd
and Doherty for Delaware and Dritaln
for A. and M. starred In tho Held. The
Tt. H. V.
A and M ..00000000 00 1
lilHiire .ononnooo o o r, ,t
tLitterles- .Iniiea and Huston, Janea and
Virginia floars With Vlctnry.
CitAni.oTTESvn.i.K, Va April 2B. Vir
ginia defeated Trinity of North Carolina
to-day S to 3, bringing to n rlose her
schedule of home gamea with a record of
ten victories and three defeats, tiruvc
held the North Cntollnlatis tn four IiIIh
nfetr the second Inning, whon Knight
laced out a home run. Llle and Phillips
of Virginia also secured home runs. Heck
wltli carried off the fielding honors for
Virginia, while Pattetson and S'pruce
Htm rod for Trinity. The score:
tt. it, K
VlrKlnU. .. ! H 1 I I 1 1 i -I II 2
Trinity 03000000 o i 4
Hatterlfp (iravs and Oreenj ntngerald
Mnant St, .tlnry'a Adds) Another,
l HMMlTfini.'R'i, Md., April SB. Mount
st Mary's added another victory to her
siting hero to-day by defeating Susque
hanna I'nlverslty ! to fi, Costello made
a cli cult of the bases twice on two long
.diHos. Sutton added unother liomer In
! tho eighth. Dreesn and timltli starred for
Susquehanna, the bcore:
It. If. K.
Ml SI Marv's .2 0 1 0 0 4 0 5 x9 7 4
Susilieliinnil . ,200 0 0300 0 !l B 6
tunnies Mi Coy, Schick and Hey bold;
l.iehty and Hoyer.
in ess What (he Governor Said.
niiAPEt. Him, N. 0 April 2B. In the
best idaj nl game of tho season on tho
University Field the University of North
Carolina was diteated to-day by thn Uni
versity of South Ciirollna, the final mote
being 3 to 3. Tho score:
Ft. 11. 15.
South Carolina... 20000100 oa r. 3
North Carolina t 0 0 J 0 0 0 0 02 1 i
MERCER STRICKEN AS
RELAYS DRAW NEAR
JVmi's Crock Quarter Mller Ts
Out of Unmes With At
tnck of Tonsilltis.
ILLINOIS KOCH FAVORED
Purl mouth Choice for Two Mile
Kvent Fort.v-seven Hares
on Oreiit l'rofrroiimie.
I "II ll.Aiici.iii I A . April 26. On the eve
of the annual relny meet, which will
nttnut the best lollege athletes of the
country to I'lunkllii Field to-morrow,
there came a shock tor the I'nlverslty of
I'ennsyhanla supporters when It was an
nounced that I.eiuy Mercer, the cnptMlli
of tlie track team, had been stricken with
tonsilltis and would be una bin to compete
for the lied mid Ulue tn-morrow
Mercer is loullned to his bed at t' e
Delta rpsllou fraternity houe and there
Is no chance of his milking one of the
quartet that wris expected to give Illinois
and Urn other colli ges n tight for the one
i lit lit relay race Meteor wns depended on
to run better than fill seconds for the
quarter, mid he was to Im backed up by
l.lppincott, Foster and Craig. It waH
stated to-night flint either Van Alst or
Mcllowuti will substitute for the best
all around athlete In the I'nlverstty of
rennsylvaniii, but little seciet Is in.nle
of tho fact that his absence will deprHo
the (JUakers of an excellent chance to
take tlrst place
Tnere was soiiih compensation for the
local collegians in the reMotatlon of Ted
Meredith to good standing. The Olympic
champion, who Is a freshman, was threat
ened with disbarment, as he lwid fulled in
some of his entrance xamlnatlons. He
has been studying hard since, and It was
said to-day that he had managed to pass
muster with I lie faculty and would In
eligible to run for IV nnsylvatila In th"
Many athletes from a distance arrived
to-iUy and took ndwintage of the oppnr-
. tunltv to Indulge In practice spins on
Franklin Field, which has 1 n well
groomed for the big races to-luorrnw
I The members of tho Illinois team showed
well in tho workouts for the mile cham
pionship relay ntnl with Pennsylvania
' practically eliminated the Western college
Is a strong fnvnilte for that event For
the two mile relay Dartmouth Is the tlrst
choice with the I'nlverslty of Mhhlgan re
gardxl as the contender. In thn four mile
event Pennsylvania Is looked mi lis the
likely winner, though strong quartets will
repn sent Princeton, Dartmouth and Stat"
There are forty-seven events on the
programme and in order to complete tin'
Immense programme with the four mile
relay at r;3n the llrst of the grammar
school relays will be stsrted at 1 o'clock.
Fioin that time until the finish the races
will be tun at Intervals of a few minuter
DAVIS CUP TRY0UTS.
Williams and Tonchard ."VI ret nn
West fide Courts.
It. Norrla WIIIIam. the young Harvard I
plaver who waa rated second to Maurice
H. 'McLaughlin l.iit season, will meet
llustave F. Touchard, No. H on the n,t- ,
ttoiial llt, this afternoon in singles on 1
the court" of the West Side Tennis 1 lun.
The contest Is a irllnii of the tryouti
jireparatory to th" "eleettntt of the .Mile--1
lean team for the luvls cup tntei national
matches In which the Australians meet
the players of this nation on the West
j Side held In Juno. I
Following til" singles. Harold II 1
Haekett and Welter Merrill Hall will
me. t William" and Watson M. Wash-j
j burn, th" Harvard pair. In doubles. Hob. 1
oit I. Wrenn. chairman of the intern. 1- ,
itlnnal conimttlee. I" hav'ng stroke ana!v-l
MS scores kept of Haekett tj pla. Tho
1 former national champion is favord as.
, the wlieelhorse of a pair for the interna,-1
FIRST RACES OF YEAR TO-DAY.
smatenr F.Tents Will Re Contested
t Hewlett Bay Park.
Amateur horse racing In thl" Slat be
gins to-day under the auspices of the
Itorkaway Hunt'ng Club at the new
course, Hewlett Hay t'ark, I.. I. Forty
threo horses have h-n nominated for
tho six events on the card. Th" new
course 1 a two mile cl-cult, with brush
and water Jumps for th" steeplechase
events and rail fences for th hunting
events. There also Is a mil" flat rour".
To-day's raring will open with a (iallo.
way handicap, followed by the Hewlett
Tark Plate for hunters, an event for
hacks and hunters at a mile and a quar
ter, the Cedarhurst Cup Steeplechase, the
Itocknw.iy 'up for hunters and a race
for three. year-olds and upward at a tnlle
Special train" will leave th Pennsylvania
Station at 1 :30 and '.' ;06 o'clock thl"
CHANCE GETS YOUNG CATCHER.
(ioaaett From White Sof. Tooted as
Ciiicaoo, Arrll "5 Dick tlosett. AMilte
Sox catcher sicurfd from St. Louis, wa
released this afternoon to the New Voik
American, (ioisidt was considered one
of the best nung catchers ever picked
up bv President Comlskey. With Hay
Schalk and Ited Knlm on the list thoro
wasn't a place for him, however.
The lelease of tjossett to Chance will
give the Yankees ono of the best catching
staffs In the American league, declared
the White S01 plavors Catcher TIII1 Sul
livan says Gnssott has a brilliant future
as a major league backstop.
Wpaleyan Drops Kvery Mntoh,
PtilNCF.ToN, April SB The Tigers took
six straight sets fiom Wesleynn at tennis
this afternoon, the visitors forcing thn
Princeton plaers to go throe sets In only
two cases, Kuhn's match against Itacon
and Mace's three sets Hgaliml ltlehards
were the features of the play. .Mace of
Princeton defeated Itlchards of Wesleynn,
fi a, r - 7, 0. Kuhn of Princeton de
feated Itacon of Wesleyan, 1 S-ii,
6 3. Farr of Princeton defeated Hon ell
of Wesleyan. 7 G, fi--2. Kidder of
Princeton defeated James of A esleyan,
C , fi -I. Farr and Kidder defeated
James and Rowell, fi 1, fi 3. Mace and
Kuhn defeated Hacon and Itlchnrds, 76.
Says Illnern Favors lied Sot,
W.vsillNdTov, April 23.- Clark tirimth
declared to-day that he would appeal to
Ban Johnson to switch umpires so (that
Hill Dlneen would not be aligned In the
futuro to handle games lietween Wash
ington and Boston. The Old Fox Insists
that Dlneon's decisions hern have shown
undue bias In favor of tho Itrd Sox.
John Maokey, Turfman, Head,
John Mackoy, well known 011 tho turf as
one of the tnanageiH of James It, Hug
gln'a famous breeding establishments, was
found dead esterdny In his homo nt
Hhoepshead Bay Uralh waa cuubcd by
bruit disease. Mr. Maehr.y waa 77 yeam
old. He bad several two.venr-olilH in
I training at the Hay.
This area nil around nthlete,
one of the bright stars of IVnn'
, truck team, Is stricken nltli tnimllll
I lis and ivlll tie ntinhlr to compete
In the bin relny rnrnlml to-day.
Ills nlisenco tnny mean the Ins of
I the mile rein). In ivhlcli lie Trna
I slated to he Prim's anchor mini. Ilr
I also linil been counted on fur points
I In the Individual etetils.
Play Cornell Here
TTHAlW.April:... A fimtlmll Riiinc
1 lirtwt'i'H Conu'll ami sotne other
bin VAVstrrtt 'nlltKf ti'tttn to bi;
pl.iyiil in tho Polo (iroiind!, NVw
Yoik. in the full of 101 1 will he put
tip to tho Conu'll Athletic Coiiiii'il
for i'oni(i'nition hy (Sraiiiititi' Maii
iikit Kent of I'ortii'll. Hi' rotunitMl
to-liiy from Now York, whoro th
pnipoi-itioii was hroai'heil to him hy
tho si'iTi'tury of the N'cav York Na
tional League Hasohall Club. Dart
mouth anil thu Indians arc to play
at thn Polo (Srotitvls next fall ntul
I ho niamiKPini'nt of tho Oiants
ahvaily is lookiiif; forvvaitl a year
J.rv I'lty, llochrstsr. 1.
N"wark. 4, Montreal. 1.
I'rnv lilnes, , Toronto. f
llaltlmore, 4. Duff. Id, 3.
MandltiK nf the ('Ink.
w. u pi . w. 1.. i'.c.
Nr O 3 Tio ' l'roilrtnre 1 I ,V
iMlllrrore 1 3 Hochester. 1 " "1
Jery I'ltv .4 4 .vi. Montrral. . .1 .1 Mi
liuitslo ... 4 4 ,'ki I Toronto . : 1 Mo
F:iheter 111 Jersey City.
Monireal in Newark.
Him tipsier In I'rnvl.lence
lluffalo tn ILvltlmore
NEW SKEETERS FINISH FAST.
Come nt linil and Ileal Itoohester In
Stioncthriif d b tho acquisition of Perry
ami Mi 1 'a be, outfielders serurtd in a trade
with lluffalo. Jersey Cltj t tithed through
a G.irrlin finish in the wlndup of yester.
da.v's game with Itochestor anil nosed out
a 2 to 1 victory. The score:
rtOCIIKsTKtt JERSEY C1TV
ab r h p a e ab r h t a e
Priest. a r, 0 1 S 5 Cllenllnslf 4 0 0 4 0 6
Sniltll.lf 4 13 4 1 0 Vauihn.sa 4 0 0 i .1 0
1 onruj !hl 0 I : : 0 1'urtell Sb 4 1 1 0 1 0
7.11111 of . 3 0 0 1 0 (i ivrrv.i f 4 1 ; n n 0
Sim'n.5li 10 14 10 Mi-Cab" rf .1 0 2 : 9 I
Silim'i lh 4 0 1 0 0 H.irry.lb I n 11: M
I'ail.l'k rl 3 0 0 : n 1 Kninht :b 3 0 0 4 3 0
.laeK'seh e .1 till tlsn' . I ! t
llimhes p 4 0 n 0 1 0 tsehlatlr 1 0 0 0 n 0
VMIIi'llll.ti 0 0 0 0 0 0 Iluescli'r.p 100030
. tHiao!? 10 0 0 0 0
Totals 34 t "I'ri'P.e 1 0 0 3 0 0
Hraiiiluii.p 0 0 0 0 1 0
Totals ; T ST 11 1
'In- nut ",li"ii winnmr run Han wiireil
tHmteil for Tee In the seventh iniiinc
tHftlled lor l)nclier in the eighth InninB
ttis'hester .100000000 1
Jersey Cit nooooootts I
V'irsi i,ise on error Jfrsy t'ur Two base
hit M.t'ils" Three base hit I'urtell Stolen
bie Smith jcll on bases .lere) Uuy, v;
Korheater II Double play I'urtell, Kuizlit
and harry liases i,n hjlls Off Imesoher, ft:
off Htuhea. struck out by Poesoher. 2: by
Itr.iliilrtti. J. by llinrhe 4 lilts Off Hoesehrr.
7 in iiilil miiiiicr oft llrsiidon, 1 In one liming,
off IftiKhe . m eiKhf anil one third tnnlnga
l'mpires Oinrlrj ami Kiniier.ii Timr -1 hour
ami ft minutes
CY BARGER SHOWS MONTREAL,
Allows I annillnns -Nary a lilt t'ntll
Cy Hargei, who was with the nronklvns
last car, was In groat form In Neivnik
vest'Tilav nod Hie locals defeated the
Montreal In Hi" opening gamn of the
series hy the some of 4 to 1. Tho Itoyals
did not make .1 hit off U.irger until the
sixth lulling The score;
hb 1 h p a e ab r h p a e
folli evef 1 1 r. 0 11 Tonley . 4 0 110 0
K-m'd.Sb 4 0 111 0 L'ollina.i f 400300
Ve;ufr3h:i 0 0 .' 1 1 VV 7.1'sn.lf ( I '-' t t 0
Alien rf 10' j 0 1 s'aoma.lb. .1 1 5 7 0 0
Mlller.lh 0 11 ! 11 1 Myers of til I 0 n
llMif'rdlf I 0 0 ii 0 0 K Zi'an.ah : 0 1 i 1 1
I'urtell, ra :i 0 0 :i ; 0 iSaginer.:b 300240
lirinniitt I 0 0 0 u 0 HiEgiiw.c. 3 0 1 r, 0 0
Hunis.o . 30001 Oi Darter. p.. 3 0 0 0 3 1
M.m'in.P 30O 05 01 --
' Totala .31 4 37 10 !
Totals. 11 t .. :t 10 al
Hatted for I'urtell in the ninth innlnr.
Muutrell OH 0001000 -1
Newark 1) 1 0 5 0 1 0 0 ..--4
S.nritlce hit K Zimmerman Saonll.-e tlv -Svvaoiiia
Two banc, hits- K .lininerniKn,
Sacin.i Thiee hise htts-W Zimmerman,
Sw.K'ina. Mjers Struck out - Ilr ll irter. !.
Hit bv pitclieil hull - Hy larger lYrageri Kirt
b.ie on erinra- Newark. 1; Montreal, Ift
on luxes Newark. 4: Montreal, fi. l'mpires
Haves ami Nallin Tlme-1 hour and IV mm
' . n 11 k.
Illlff.llri .. 00000100J 3 ll 0
llallltiliiie. . . . 0 11 4 0 0 0 0 0 III I
Pineries -Hutlalu Frill. Culnre and
Hnwilry; Ualllninre- -lluth and I'ayne, llgan.
r.. 11. n.
Toronto 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 3 0 i 15
Prnvldenue 1 10 0 5 4 0 0 x s S :
Batteries Toronto -Lush anil (Irahain:
Provlilenre- Mllehell and Onslow
Polo Ponies High In Knglnnd.
IsONKiN, April 2B At .1 sale of polo pon
ies hern tho Marquis of Strafford realised
fit, 750 for leu head, an Hverai-e of f l,t7R
apiece. None wore deemed good etioush
for the British International team.
KERR'S NEW CLEEK
WORKS LIKE CHARM
Keren t Purchase, Helps Fik
wanok Golfer Throuph Brace
of Winning Round.
RTSLEY WINS OVEK CRUMP
Thirteen -Year-Old Disposes of
Veteran; Carries Another to
Atlantic Citt, N. J., April 25. Play
ing sound golf most of the way Hamil
ton K. Kerr of Kkwatiok qualified for the
eeml-llual stage of the Invitation golf
tournament on the links of the Country
Club of Atlantic City to-day. The New
Yorker will be called upon to meet Walter
Nagle of the home club in the morning.
Th other survivors aro two home golfers,
Maurice Itlsley and C It. Iluxton, thn first
named coming through tho lecond round
at the expense of Oconto Crump.
Kerr began the day hy winning ns he
pleated at the expense of Fred Shot man,
one of the Atlantic City regulars, Helna
off his gam Sherman never had a lookln.
especially with his opiHiuent reeling off
the holes like a machine. Thu Vermont
champion used u cleek he hud bought
fiom Jack McDcrmott and tho new club
worked like a charm. 1-xcept where he
llubbed an approach to thn tlfth hole
Kerr never made a mistake going out,
but even at the hole In question he had
an easy chance for a t, as his third shot
I left him a putt of less than a yard. Out
In .16. Kerr turned for home 7 up and tho
J mutch ended on the eleventh green, Kerr's
I margin being 8 and 7. ,
Later on ierr ioor ine measure 01 j.
D, Armstrong, a lluffalo golfer. As It
I often happens after a htllllant round
Kerr s game showed a railing orr, Dut at
that ho alwas had command of the situa
tion, reaching the turn fj up. Armstrong
., , V, n m1,.a,,II, lirtl,. U'l.ftn lila ottltnnant
' missed a short putt. The Tluffalo man
'kept tho match going until ho lost a ball
'at the fifteenth, which left Kerr a winner
by 5 up and 3 to play.
The Ulsley. Crump match carried the
I gullery In the afternoon. At the outset
Itlslej's play was a trltle slack, so that
he soon found himself 2 down. He Just
I missed a 2 at tb eighth, which ho won,
I ami at tho turn stood 1 down, the rards
i rending 42 to 43 III Crump's favor, doing
.the mo y.itd home hole Hlsley wasdormy,
'and he. settled matters by bringing off a
twenty foot putt for a 4.
Considerable Interest was manifest In
'ho showing of John Shackelford, who
ill fouled the veteran, 11. ' Tllllnghast, In
the tlrst tounil of the fifth sixteen this
morning. In the afternoon the local lad,
who Is only 13 .ve.vrs old, carried D. .1.
Shove, an Onondaga golfer, to the twenty
tlrst gnen before acknowledging defeat.
In addition to match play In five regular
sixteen and as many beaten eights there
will be an eighteen hole handicap to
morrow. l'nlon Succumbs to Lehigh.
SofTtt BETltLEHCM, P... April 23.
Lehigh's tennis team won Its opening
match of the season to-day from l'nlon
College C matches to 1 Woodall was the
only Fnlon man to win, beating Douglas
In the singles. The summary:
Single -VVen,lnl, Vnle.li. ilefaateil Douglas,
Lehigh, I . 76, Shepparrt. I.ehlgh.
ileft-aieil UlikliKfin, l'nlon, 12 in, 0;
Turnlnilt. I.etilflt, defeated Wiidsworth,
l'nl"n I; l"arpenfer. l.ehlgb, de.
feate,1 IIdsi ell t'nlori. '". 0, s -S. tlntlblas
Carpenter and Turnbull, Lehigh, defeated
Wadsworth and Woojall, Pnlon. fi 3, 1.
Hheppatd and Douglas. Lehigh, defeated
lU'Kinson and Howell, Union, 4, 3 ,
DarUneas Only Can Bring Tie.
The third game In the playoff of the
final for the American cup tie champion
ship between the True Blue Association
Football Club of Pnterson and the Tacony
eleven of Tacony, Pa., will take place at
Morris Park, Newark, to-morrow nfter
nimii. The two previous games, which
took place In Philadelphia, resulted tn tie
score", hut on this occiiion the teams are
to play until a wlmVr ts determined, un
less darkness puts a stop to the battle.
Colombia Meeta Yale To-day.
Columbia will wind up lt soccer foot
ball season this afternoon In a game with
Yale on South Field Neither of these
colleges has a chance tor the Inter
collegiate championship, but both havn
strong teams, The game Is scheduled for
Jamaica llnnchea Its Krrors.
By bunching their errors In the fifth
Inning the team m.ite.i of Jai.k Bliss of
Jamaica High School pax ml the way for
a denslve defeat by Krasinus at Jamaica
Field vrstorday afternoon by a scoro if
6 to 0.
The score :
rt 11. 15.
r.rarinus Hall 0 0 1 0 4 t 0. i 7 I
Jamaica 000000 0 0 fi 4
Batteries--Kraillllis. I'dcers and Ciorcn.
Jamaiiu. nits and Beui liner.
Horace Mann F.asy Victor,
Horace Mann School had an easv time
(if It vrstorday at Horace Mann Field In
defeating Columbia Urammar by a seme
of I'J lo 1. The score:
n. ii. :.
I'oluuiMa firatntnar . .000100 1 fi
llnr.ue Mkiiii " 4 1 r. 0 x IS 14 I
Batteries- Horace Mann. Horn, Combs.
I'onk and Livingston, i 'ntinnl'ta ilranmiar,
Murlln and French.
Prsopect I'ark Baseball,
Hilli w Ic k Sernnds, V 1'asterii Seroiids, r.
Pillille School, 0, 111 Public School :i, 3.
Plllille Sehonl 4f.. II. Public School l!,7. 0.
I'lltillc Siliool 10. 0. Manuul Annex, f,.
I'uhllc Servlre ti. t). 10; Puhlle Service,
i, Hi 1).. lo.
Ilewrle)-. fi. Canton. 1
P'azu, 4. KltiRHon 1
Bavllainl I'otopany. 7. Berden "otttpan. .
NOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
V etotiia . lb Rams will be played nff at
the Polo ilnnind on Oi-tober :i That makes
twice the ilium will have four gantea on
two slicceailve il,is.
AiexHtuler stuns out as If he were going
lo liuve a irnoil e.u He illdn't win, but If
he can keep on shutting; out teams he In
likely to iln ii pnnd deal of whining Same
for Bomaree. The latter bids fair to be a
strung addition to the tllants' stuff
V. ciiriltni; lo a report from Toronto Thao.
dure ijinilnlt Is lo be turned over to that
i hih b) Meiiraw.
Hubh) Wallace ran still hit and field and
run. but ntherwhe his age beginning to
tell on him.
ilreug has pitched four games for the
Naps and won four, lie seem bent on es
tablishing hluisrlt as the best left bander In
the A. L.
The winning pllhlug for the New York
Americana bus been coiinneil entirely to
young blood Keating, to be specltlc.
The ill.inl are lollldlng lth their share
of extra Inning clashes, having plaved three
Notwithstanding; that Wagnrr. illbson and
rbirke are nil shelved at oin e the Tlratss
are winning their share of vklnriea. Thera'a
u broken bmie In illbson's ankle, and he'll be
out for a long time.
Accident Intairmicn policies for on and off
the ball field have been taken out by the
Washington club on the follow lug players:
.loliiiMiu, MeBrble, Poster, ilainlll, Milan,
Xloellrr, AlutMiilth, Wlllluuis, llonr and
Plank Chance's n-nal In Philadelphia
naan't lasaenrd any by the fact that there
was a Murphy In tha gamss.
Tarleton, He Pays!
He Holed In One
""THE drinks aro on R. M. Tarlolon
1 at tho Oakland Golf Club, and
this is notico to nil members of that
organization that ho is "buyitiK"
.o-dny and to-niornw. Ho has to,
brcatmo yesterday ho made a holo
In ono stroke, and the Hub has a
rule that that feat makes a host out
of tho onc-stroker, ipso facto. It
was tho eighteenth hole, 21H yards
long, up hill and over a small pond,
that Tarleton mado in ono stroke,
no inconsiderable; f(.(lt. He was
pnrtnered by Morris Carpenter.
Others to sec this rare happening on
a golf course- went Chester S. Iml
and H. F. Foster, a twosome playini;
just In back. Tho nineteenth liolu
will cost Tarleton more tlinn one.
HOLDOUT TY COBB IS
HOLDOUT NO LONGER
Siffiis 11 One Yonr Contrarf nnd
Will Tiny as Soon ns
DtTnotT, April 26. Ty Cobb signed a
one year conj-act with the Tigers early
this afternoon following a two hour con
ference with President Frank N'avln. The
aalary was not given out. hut waa under
stood to be les than the $15,000 demanded
by the Tiger star.
,..." said Cohb lifter tho onnlrjol li.nl
been signed. "It doesn't pay."
Cobb will play us soon as the National
Commission reinstates him. The time
this will take Is a little uncertain, but It
Is almost positive that he will be in the
game early next week. He Is In cood shape censes were surrendered voluntarily. On
physically, but feels that lie needs a little the date of tho report tlieie were sovent)
practlce before going Into a regular game, six licenses In operation.
"I haven't played for several weeks,") Th" Legislature Is asked to amend the
said Cobb. "I need a little practice, but law further so that before 11 club can
I'll be In shape to piny as soon as I am'tecle a llceiis-e a bond of HO.nOO must
reinstated. I can't st out In uniform to- bo approved hy and filed with tho Stat"
day because I am a jr'iBpended player, but Comptroller to cover tho p.i.vtnnt of all
I will get out and bit a few as soon as obligations In boxers, tho public and the
As soon as cohb Is reinstated and can
play I will put Sam Crawford on tlrst,
Ty In right, Veach in left and keep High
at centre,"' declared Hughle Jennings
after learning that the. Georgia Peach
had come hack Into the fold.
This means that Oalner, who has been
hitting poorly, will be benched.
SLEEVE VALVE CAR TO RACE.
Merrrdca-K night Entered at In
dianapolis for P.00 Mile Kvent.
For the first time In this country a
Knight englued oar Is to be seen In a
rating event. K. C. Pahersnn, the mag
ailne man, has . entered a Mercedes.
Knight car In the 600 mile race on May
30. Furthermore, tho machine Is to be
driven by Pelette, who Is described as
a Belgian millionaire, and who will pilot
llle machine toleIy through friendship
Last year Ralph IVPalms, driving a
poppet valve Mercedes, made all the run
ning In the BOO mile race and had it won
when a connecting rod let go as he started
on his last lap. This Is the first occasion
on which a sleeve valve Mercedes car
or of any other mamue has done an
racing hero, although In touring con
tests abroad they have perfotmcd with
There have been a great many trade
changes In the last few days. One of the
mod Important Is the announcement that
U. 1! Broadwell, who recently tealgned
as vice. president of the Hudson cntnpan.
has become vice-president of the Fisk
Itubber Conipanv, with which he was a.
(Soclated for years be.foio going to Hi"
Jiuusun. II" will nave uireruuil 01 ill"
sales department and will make his head
quarters In Clilonpee Fall", Mass.
H. S. Kelly has resigned as president
of the Kelly-Sprlngfleid Motor Truck
I Company. Ill health is given as tlie rea
son for his withdrawal. Ho has been In
executive charge for the laM three ears.
He Is now In a fdiiltatluni at Danxllle,
N. Y J. It. Geddes, e-manager of tho
Detroit City Gas Company, has suc
ceeded hint a, president Mr. Kelly is
a pioneer In the rubber tire business.
Furthermore, I. S. Sleeper, advertising
manager, baa loft the Firestone Tire and
llubber Company and has been followed
In his place hy Kdward S. flahcock, who
was with th" Yawman Krhe Co.
Hay M. Hernandez, who has been spe
cial representative of the I'nited States
Tire Company in its Chicago territory,
has resigned to become nasteru district
nunager fur the Knight Tiro and Itubber
Company, with headquarteis at 1 T 1
Offers nf touring cars and trucks and
cash donations have been coming In well
enough to the committee In charge of
Orphans' Automobile Pay, which Is fo
lako the shape of an outing at trlen Isl
and on June f,, but the committee has
by no means readied the limit, because
there will be many children to take care
of and not all are provided for now. The
ai-soclatlou may be addiessed at the
Lulled States Hubber 'nnipany Building,
17!0 Broadway, by those Interested in
this out lug.
Sawyer Fnaagrd at Cornell.
Ithaca, N Y., April i'S.- A professional
lacrosse coach lias been secured for tho
Cornell University team. Ho is II. .1.
Savvor of Ontario, Canada, who has hud
twontv-tlvo years experience In Canadian
lacrosse, Thoro Is h possibility that Ml
Saw.ver, wlio is already Itis'hargo here and
working with Hie team, will be engaged us
permanent Ueiosse roach as well as coach
of the hockey team, a position tilled for
two years with succosa by Talbot Hunter,
HAVRE DE GRACE RESULTS.
First Bare; mares, miles Hnd geldlnga.
two ear-nlds, four nnd a half furlonss
t'nele .llmmle, tog (Turner) 3 to 2. won,
Holiday, I0S iTnuleri, to 10, second,
Stoiiehengr, 104 i Wilson), 40 in I. third
Time, 0:.,4 Stake ami rap. Panama, Malma,
Mordecal, I'.l Blod and I'uily II. also run,
Hecond race: selllnri thrae. year-olds and
upward, six furlongs -Agnier. 107 (Montotiri.
t io i won, riur mil, in i oniii.iiiio, - m j.
aecotiil. llatliorn. lit IMungrave), s to 1.
third. Time, lilD, Bock Flh, Horace P.
Auto Maid. Djuanio, Mayrrdale, Oarrv
Anierlcus. Arrau and Tonlata nlao ran,
Third Hace, four-) ear-olds and upward,
selling, six furlongs Pardner, 107 (Deronrtel.
I tn 1. won j Working Lad, 10; Id llurnai,
I" to 1. eiond. Blackford. 109 l W Burns),
7 to f.. third. Time, 1:14 1-5. Pnlon Junk,
Troy Wright Bod and tiun, Sir Denrah mid
Oakliurst also ran.
Fourth Race, tw-n-yrar-olda; Herinantovviii
selling! four furlongs llordon. 117 f Wilson),
S to t., won, Vellchen. 10 (Nathan). S to 1,
condi Canto, 113 (Butwelll, 30 to 1, third.
Tint, O'.H J-5, Roger llordon, Fool o' For
tune, I'haa. Cannell, Bally Waters nnd Milky
Way also ran.
Fifth Bce! three. yaar.olda and upward;
five nnd a half furlongs Ahlebaran, 117
(Wolfe), 4 to 1, won: Virile, lox (llutwell).
"0 tn 1. asrondt Discovery. 04 (Snjderi, to
I, third. Time. liOB, L'Alglon, Sir Marlon
and Phyllis Antoinette ulao ran.
Sixth lime, tluee eur olds and upward,
selling, tnlle and leventy yards Donald
MlcdonsJd. lis iWllaoni, 1 to I, won: Baa
on, too (A, Huffman i. 30 to I, second;
Merry Lad, 115 (Bobbins), 7 to 1, third.
Time, lilt l-f. Futurity alto ran.
SUBMITS ITS REPORT
Aslvs lo-iislnfiiro for Con I ml of
HAS TAKKX IN .!!l.l!M.:il
ItVfliiests Ainciiiliiii'iit Miikinc
chilis (iivo lo.nni iionil
lo (Ipf liii'onsc
In lis annual report to the Legislature
for tho vnir elided .Vovenibrr II". K'l2,
the Stat" Athletic Commission ill ges an
ntiK ndnietit In tin- boxing law which will
enlarge Its powers so tli.it tlie sport of
wrestling may be tnk-n In hand. For
Mini" reason th" commission seems to
think that wrestling, oouiluetoil us boxing
Is, Will plitillleo 11 large revenue tor the
State, but since the tiotcli-lliickelischnildt
swindle In Chicago two years ago the
srapplors have ot the contldence of th"
sporting public In all of thn large cities.
The Chicago affair drew more Hum $70,00"
nt the gat", hut If th" principals were per
mitted to vvioMto iigalu hi th" Windy
City they eouldti I draw $7.
The cotnniissIon'H report shows thlt the
State received Jl!.l!'l 31, or f, per cent
of J.'i-.l,s2ti.2ti, which Hocused clubs re
celvvd from public pationage during h
period of twelv" mouth. As the law was
In operation for tluee months before
November 30, 1M1, the total receipts, ac
cording to the report, were Jl.'.'Ifl.lSJ.Pi
How boxing has been improved and
how- foreign countries and various States
of the L'nlon have communicated with the
commission In seaioh of Information as
" Hi" conduct of the law
iilso are set
fortli In tlie ml'slvn to th" lawmaker.
Forty clubs were licensed, making a
total of eighty-nine, which have been
allovvnl to operate under the law. Four
clubs lost their licenses, while eight II-
Wnnls o Hiijolu .IncUrv Club.
Judge, Laconibe In the District Com t
yostoiday put over until May 2 argument
on the application of the Maryland State
Fair Association for an Injunction for
bidding the Jockey Club and the National
HuntH Association, fiom exercising au
thority over racing, except In Now York.
The Maryland Fair Association deflated
that the Jockey ciuh's influeiicti amounted
to nn Illegal combination in violation of
the Sherman law-
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34l tirand St..
New burgh. N. Jf
BAKVill VICTOIII In ejcellcnl condition, will
demonstrate tnoono, ran be seen at HAKEIl
VLB IIT.E COMPANY, Hat Broadway. ""
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cur courts la BEST.
Intpect our plant
and be con vlnced..
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' 5eod for card showing attndud prlcet far
tig a order automobile painting; w bav on
, price only. MOOKf. A. CO., (iff V.'e,t VhhTS!
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