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Organised Baseball Foiled in Effort to Tie Up Federals' Chicago Park Fletcher Fed-proof
Kffort Mndo 1y Organized .tall
In Control Property of Clii
oupo Invaders.
Ford mid Sweeney See Tinker
Forty Players Said to Ho
Heady to Sign Vji.
t'lMCAno. Jtin. 1!. The Kcdcrnl League,
with Its troublous Saturday meeting a
tli. ip of tho past, now seems to bo snfo
and on n firm financial basis, but It Is
not expected that tho lencuo will cut such
a wldo nwatli In tho way of money In tho
Allure as It did In tho past. Tho salaries
that h.ivo been offered major Icrkuo
bail platers huvo fairly dazzled their
es and either resulted In the signing of
stars or else forced tho majors to meet
tue terms offered by tho Federals, with
cr at benefit to the players Involved, but
s tlm roster of stars desired Is nearly
completed tho Federals are now In a
potation to go much easier and not spend
ilia largo chunk of money necessary
earlier In tho war,
Oiganlzed baseball baa mado stilt an
other attempt to wreck tho Federal
L-Mguo. It was aimed directly at tho
Chicago team. A strip of land sixteen feet
wtiln and 100 feet long was needed In
connection with tho lease for the ball
park at Addison and Clark streets. Hep-
le'enlutlves of orgunlzcd baseball offered
tho owners 12&.000 in cash for tho strip,
but tho majora foiled to come through In
time with their option to block tho Fed
erals. To-day the owner received a bid
of (40,000 for tho Btrlp, but In tho meantime-
the Federals had closed their leas
and assured tho building of tho ball park.
Chnrles Wecghman, backer of th.i Chi
cago Federal League, is authority for the
story of the tlnancl.il schema that was
nearly sprung on tho Federals In an
attempt to make It dlincult for them ti
build their park.
ltussell Ford and 1M Sweeney, the vet
eran battery of tho New York Americans,
were In conference with President Weegh
man and Manager Tinker of tho Chicago
Feds for several hours to-day, and there
wns a strong rumor nfloat around the
Federal League, hendnuarters that thu
two big leaguers had signed contracts.
Howard Camnltz. formerly with tin
l'lltsburg Nationals and traded last year
to the Philadelphia team of the samo
league, was also nt thu club headquarters , collegiate basketball tournament, upset
closeted with Manager Tinker and Doc 1 ting the general plan of the experts for
Messier, the latter the manager of the the campaign and Incidentally coming
Pittsburg Federal League team. Alex . ji:lck ,0 lt ,,m position. Ynle after an
sici-anny oi ruisnurg iiiso is nerr.
Hill llrennan. National League umpire,
was behind closed doors with President
lillmore of the league. Hrlck Owens, an
cither big league umpire at one time, wired
President C.IImore that lie would bo
Chicago to-morrow.
It. II. white, for several yeara trainer
for the Cleveland American League team,
w is signed to-day by Manager Tinker as
tho trainer of the Chicago Federals. Mike
Murphy, giound keeper at Detroit for sev
eral yeais and who has been working
t round baseball parks for twenty years
or more, was engaged by President
W.eglim.iu us the ground keeper of the
Chicago club.
I! T Carroll, representing the Iluffalo
club In Hereon and the Toronto team by
l't".y, announced that h bad signed
four blu leiiKiio id.iyrrn for Turonto since
Sainrilaf. and also several for himself. .
Hill Phillips, manager of the Indianapolis
U'lli, was at the liiigin, headquarters in '
Hi.' Old Colony Huildliig. and said that
he li.ul slgneu several pinyerH sinco naiui
ilu Duo llessler of tho Pittsburg Fed
. r.ils said he probably would remain here
several days. lie also deolnred ho had
pi.iitd several players on his payroll
since the big meeting of Saturday.
Forty ball players nre hald to be In
town dickering with the Federals, who
claim to have signed eight majors In two
ABDolnla 4'nninilllee to Inquire Into
.... . ,,, hl.
Condition, nt Columblii.
Tho student board of Columbia Pnl-
versity decided yesterday to take definite
action of n constructive sort In order to
remove tho unrest that lias arisen irom
recent criticism of the athletic associa
tion's secret methods by the Spfcfeifor, the
campus dally. A committee of J. H.
O'Neale, varsity first baseman : C, Itoth
?eii eeew cnntnln : A. I- llraliiun. busi
ness manager of tho Wpcrfufor. and C. K
MatCarthy, crew stroko nnd chairman of
the utuilent board, was appolntud. Tho
committee will investigate conditions nnd
accept recommendations In order to clear
the Held for progressiva action
The work will start Immediately, but
will bo delayed ns tho mid-year exnmlna-
tlon begin next Thursday. Some seventy
managers, assistant coaches, captains and
iinn-comiietltors will bo asked for opinions
The fipfpfeifor urged the committee not I
to go Into secret session and thereby fol- ,
hw the- same course as the organization ii
- iry ng to Impiove, but to come out and
ril ill ine open.
Jsthii l(. IVII llrlims Hack Ilia Hrrnt
a hotso lias ''';; '"
rsr rr lie started III mini nneuiiKn nn..
hi tiI such form that when tuKen on
th. tegular circuit ho outclassid all the
j j n s of his year.
1 , tbi full of l'Jl'J Mr. Kell was so im
P'lssui with the consistent work of his
ii'ii." tlmt he determined to send him
Ci gl.ind for the Pine niinoii oi ui'i
..,'le.h.iellig world. The horse started
Il II,, llrniul Nat lllllll of l'J13, nui leu
ri' the llrst Jump. This was il race In
wl it'll few or the big Held got through
without a mishap and Hlghbrldgo was by
' means disgraced.
In all lllghliridge ran six races on the
r lier null! and In two of them lie finished
'Hid The great chaser is still to bo
cikoiiul with ill etents through the field.
l. airhed on the Atlantic Transport
n" Miiinewiiskii on Sunday and will
' ttiriuil over to a trainer to be pro
pnied for tho steeplechases lu tho spring.
Westerners Sign Poo thu 1 1 Contract
for !Vet October IT,
Siii'tii Hbnii, Ind.. Jan. 19. Notre Dame
and Vale will meet on the football grid
Iron next October 17, according to the con
tiaet signed to-day by Coach Jesse Harper,
i.'presontlng the local Institution. The
came will be played at New Haven. Node
n.inu, now has inuro big games for the
3tM schedule than any other Western
other games havo been booked with
West Point, Byiactise, South Dakota, Car
'isle Indian und probably Nebraska, The
Indians will play Notre Damn In Chicago.
Mthouirh Notr Dame loses DoralR anB
Itockne of lust year's eleven, Coach Harper
expects to have on even stronger team
this year than that which swamped West
Point .... 0 ,.P
. . is. t.-...,i.ji i tho nlinroveil sclieiiuie or ine grappiers. ,,,,, ,,, ,,, Mrf.lr... u th n t" hum Tim.- O'M nneoe
1 ""mrr ' r" - .pi,., w ,.rli has been trying out since ....... , ,.. ,'. ...,. Lad. ztndel and Kewple aln ran
J ""I i"' ,?,V.shLVne!uPcro,sToun: " wn- '.""""'o'lJi'ilo't"1,.! I VlHutn' .urn" ,J?'m w ."n. ll.fn.r IVnt. $
man has bin light his great cross -co n- fnln()U8 i:lsh wrestler, could not take ,,,, ,, ,, nl(, ,, ,,,.,. ;', ,, ;.,,. JIN, t0i. .
tr lioise Illghbrlilg.' back to this coun- up t),o reiim iignln this year. ! l,l utllltv Intlelder who ha played with (Murphy,. 3 t 1. third Time. DIM
Aftrr Ten Scoreless Mlnntrs Vnmi
I'rlnrrlanlnns Httnmp Cadets.
Wkst Point, N. Y., Jan. 10. Princeton
won from tho Army to-duy ut hockey,
5 to 0. t'rlnccton needed ten minutes to
scoto tlic first Kim I, which MnrCnlt got
nfter u pretty pass from llnliey linker,
wno captained tno Tigers to-day In the
nbecnee of Knhn. linker shot tho next
Konl it moment Inter after a long dash
down tho rink mid a charge Into the
Army'H net.
ltoyco of- tho Army, who played a
hniily, nggreslvo gamo throughout, had
several chance to score In the flrt half,
but Wlnnnts's good work at the cage
unveil the Tiger. The lineup:
Army. l'nattlnnn. Princeton.
Strong ileal. . ,,,, Wlnanta
Mllbiirh Point Haskell
llrundred Cot erpnlnt Ilnimnns
Harris Centre MncCall
lloyce Hover Hiker
lledneld ItlKlit wing Kllner
Crawford t.ell wing Cowan
Hcore Princeton. 6i Army, 0. finals
MarCall, llakor, Cowan, 2. Hhenstone. Hull
elltulef Laughtln for Wlnnnts, Hhenstnne
for Maker. Penalties Crawford, J minutes,
Hoyce, 1 minute. Timekeeper Cadet Hera.
Iteferee Hayes. Umpire Purdon. Time of
halves 16 and f minutes, tlaine culled
on account of darkness.
W. and J, Mnnnncr Sum That's War
Warner Called Off inmr.
Washington, Ph., Jim. 19. Manager
It. M. Murphy of tho Washington nnil
Jefferson football team ileclnreil to-dny
that Coach Qlcnn Warner of tho Carlisle
Indians hail declined, to carry out his
verbal contract to play Washington nml
Jefferson nt the I'olo Grounds, New York,
on November 21. In connection with tho
announcement, Murphy Issued a state
ment In which he declared that after bind
ing himself to play, following u confer
ence In Now York, anil nfter tl. W. Mac
dov of Now York, who was promoting
the gntne, hail bonded himself to mnko
Bood the guarantees and bad announced
tho game, Warner had called off the con
test. Warner told Murphy, according to tho
lattcr's statement, that ho feared W. and
J. would defeat the Indians and spoil his
senson, this being tho sole renson for Ids
New Yorkers Have Tlireo Wins
in Succession nnd Elis
Two Struiprht.
With a clean string of three victories
and no defeats, Columbia lends tho Inter
No. of (huh ii are.1. I
Pos. Name. Col Ine.
absence of a year Is running a yard Wn ,i, 1 ,"...V" n-Va n,. W ! " " " u " r n ml K l New
. hhln.l Ih. r.vlul III,,, on, I Whit. I r., ,,,. . ....,..,.... . , KIVlllK Hie Kailies. 1 nis IS only ine DC- I lv,.lu .1 I'hlla.lelnhl.l: li.
I ,.t menai.rini- atridA for airid- wiih i , "" ln " 10 '"UJ " "V 1 '"H"" " " ginning of tho Olympic fund for I&16. and at Columbia.
i..,"w. .7,-.".i:: 1 I:::...". I nlways nail neen nis Biiioiiion mam support in ,111. ooani. : all the A. A. U. olliclals are thlnklna 01 :. . ..
,w..n,i.t .i.uiiv.. ixsnus iiiuiiiiu, f(,,t sure tnnt would wm a regular As tho time for the election draws othcr ln,,thoJ;, by which to raise the' ,,,'" ln"K"e"e uprniimg
". i' n.i... position in ine ouiueiu. near ui. i.. v.,iu. ,.r.-., .- . v. . amounl rrfiu rod f ortll. ,. n,ier,uUinlt. Coach lllca of the i.'olumblu crew
v,V. 5 5 ..nn.;,;.,',.';" A T S, . . . . harder man ever, anil 11, s certain unit trndneed snrlntlnr Indoors vesten
Cornell. ... 1 1 .too Dartmouth. .. 0 3 .000' Frank liunuy. a locai sen, -i.r..u n recon, voio win 00 pour,. .-...u.- ..hi.tle rirele. stead of waiting until the men
It' I
l-hmltti. Yale
J Person. Columbia
t-Seelbaeb, Pennsylvania
Jackson, Princeton
KPrown, Cornell
gnow, Dartmouth
7 Salmon. Princeton
S Lee. Columbia
0Halsteail. Cornell
10 Dwyer, Columbia
lly Op
Av per It.
Ry Belt, poiients Marrlli. game. l'.C
Yale . .
Xw" "
1.: 'JJ?
: -3
06 11
III Men Matched tu Fight Twenty
Itounda In Frisco July 4,
San FitANCiaco, Jan. 1. (lunboat
Smith and Jess Wlllnrd. tending white
heavyweights, were matched to-day to box
.twenty rounds in this city on July 4. under
the auspices of Jnmes Coffrnth. Smith's
. manager, Jnmes Huckley, had planned lo
! tnko the C.unner abroad In the spring, but
matching of Prank Moran with Jack
Johnson for a battle In Paris next June
made Huckley change his plans.
llefor.. Ilucklev would agree to thn bout
with Wlllnrd, however, tho hitter's mentor, j
Tom Jones, agreed to pay
guarantee to
smith. Win. lose or draw.
Jones, therefor
e, will gumble with Coffioth
nn the gross receipts, which they believe
will amount to a large sum. i.asi ear
Smith got a hairline decision over
' wiu.ird In twenty rounds here.
Willie Hltchle has made another match
with Harlem Tommy Murphy.
To-night ltltchlo decided he couldn't
tell whether he would oo reauy to ngni
. i,v Pehruarv 22. so Coffrotll fixed April 3
tj,e date of the Illtchle-Murphy tight.
mti'lilo said If he coutd not tight then ho
WOuld get out of tho game,
j Sncreeda
UlnsTham a Colnmlilit'a
Wreatllnv Mentor,
The committee on athletics of Columbia
I'nlversltv announced yesterday the up
polntment of II. McLoughlln of the New
York A. C. as wrestling coach, and also
. The schedulo snows inrec oi , no six
meets at Home, inciiiuiiig women, me
prt.F,.nt Intercollegiate chnmplotu I lie
, schedule ;
IVbrunry 7. i.enign at foum iieinienem.
tJ I'ennajlvanla at Columbia: SO, Yale at
Ciiliiinlila: 5". Cnrnell at Columbia; March 1,
Naiy nt Annapulls; 11. Princeton at Prince.
Inn: SJ. Intercollegiate preliminaries at
rniiii'iei,inia; iiiirii-uurRi.,1 i.i, .
Mutton Loses I'lrat Practice Mntph,
(leorgo Sutton lost to Cnlvln Demnrcst
In his III st practice match of lS.i balk
llm. lillllaiils by a score 4110 to 3:i at the
Knickerbocker milium Acauemy, nrooii -
'" Vr'Vavererr 'U'Jon
run of tor. nnd KteriiKed 1- 14..IU. C"'""
ran G" und hvitiikciI 1- Jt-.ll. .suttuii
is ...iilshlnir un fur his conilnit nmtcli with
Willie llnppe next month, In which lie will'
attempt lo relieve.' the hitler of the is,.
halKlino tme
CoukIiIIii lleada Nlwiiiiuy 4'Inh,
Mount Vkiinon, N. V Jan, 19. The
niemherH of the Hlwunoy Country Club
elected the followltiR olllcera at their nn
nuul nieetlnit to-nUht: neoiRo It. Cough
Un, iirenldent ; A. K, l.une, lce.preH.
dent: W. (I. llroKim. aecrctnry; William
A. Itronhy. treaaiirfir. The Hlwauoy club
movcH to Its now eixhti en holu couree oil
v,.v I nml to-niifhl'a ineetliiK was In the
the nature of n celebration,
tiling tfneondltlonailly Hrleaaeal,
Cincinnati, Jan. til, Johnny Kilns re
celveil his unconditional relenan from
dairy Ilerrmnnn to-duy to nhow nood
fiilllt between lleri'iniinn nml thn players'
fraternity. Kllim la the llrst veteran to
Ret firedoni nnd the example Ik a notnble
one. Tho Iteds nave IIohIoii McDonald
and II. OHO canh for him, paid Kilns $7,000,
kh nt C00 to land him and nuw rtlcane
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MeOrnw'H Shortstop Signed for
Two Years in 101 a
and Is Snfe.
Where International League
Teams Will Train for
Coming Knee.
President Hempstead of the (Hants was
agreeably surprised yesterday when, after
hunting In the safe for the contract signed
by Shortstop Arthur Fletcher last year, he
discovered that tho document also bound
Fletcher to tho New York club for tho
season of 1914. Hempstead was under
the Impression, until tho contract was
found, that Fletcher had signed for only
onn year last spring. It was natural
therefore that the Cllanta' owner should
feel somewhat worried when ho heard a
week ngo that agents of tho Federal
League Including the much discussed Mr.
Tinker, had visited Fletcher's home In
Colllnsvllte, III., with tempting offers to
Jump organized baseball.
Perhaps Fletcher wanted to have some
fun with tho Feds, for, It is said, he
listened attentively. Maybe ho was
anxious to play a Joke on the owner of the
Giants by refusing to answer letters and
telegrams. Hut when Hempstead dug up
Fletcher's two year contract yesterday
the New York magnate enjoyed a hearty
laugh. As a matter of fact Fletcher's
friends here have believed all along that
ho would stick to Mcllraw, who alone Is
responsible for the shortstop's rapid do-
velonment. Fletcher,
HKe tne omer
Giants. Is coiilldeut that the team will win
another pennant this year, which means ,
one more crack at the world's series gold
In October.
No word was received by President
Hempstead yesterday from Matty, Mcers,
Tesrcau, tinoilgrnrs, Khnfcr, Wilson and
Frommo, all of whom aro wintering In or
near Los Angeles, but the Giants' owner
said that he would not be surprised if
the ulgned contracts of theso phi) era
were delivered nt the club's offices uny
moment now.
Jimmy Walsh's signed contract was
received by President l-'arrell at the New
York Americans' headquarters yesterila.
Walsh, who was purchased from Connie
Mack, also wrote a letter to Farroll In
tvhlch ha said that he had turned down
several Federal League offers, being well
" renown, also lias ueen briivu oy me
.ew 1 orK Americans, nu,. ,
position Is shurttleld, but he caught ninny '
' Y-.tV. . i.u.i hi, vns fsenralilf
nvuuia. " " ,:" ,
J ::;anu uuuiiy win au
JJ thorough trial. He is !1 years o d. staml;
- ii r. feet 11 Inches and tips the scales nt l"'
C 10 pounds. President I arrell ahead) '"
1 refused several offers for his release
D. l.eltoy Heeves. private s.cretar) in
I'resldent John 1C T. ner of the National
1 League, arrived here yesterday to attend
to some private nuiiirs in i.-..s,u- nr,,.,-
rinnit.rs In tho Metropolitan rower.
Secretary Iteeves said that he had noth-
Ing orllelal to make puuiic, out n auueu
' that It was his private opinion thnt the
1 Federal League soon would go up In
' smoke.
I Tho plan to place International L. ague 1
clubs lu Hre.oklyn, Pittsburg und ,isii-i
Inglon will bo carried out In due time,
' according to authentic information. Hut
thn Invasion nf Hrooklyu and Pittsburg
will not bn effected until after the com-
Ing season, for the renson that there are
too many obstacles In the way. Hut the
, transfer of the Jersey City franchise to
Washington, It Is s.ild, may be accom-
' plished within the next two months.
All of the International I.enirua clubs
..fiOUIhnvo selected Southern training camp',
I Tl,.. T,,r,,,it,, l.-mi will trnlti lit Mnrlln.
T,,x., i conjunction with the (Hants. The
Hufralo team will go to Charlotte. N,
, ltnohesters will bn taken tiy John
(;nn?cl to Anderson, (la., where they
have lltted themselves . for .everul year,.
tl,- .... ,w. v ........... r.-
vllle, Va where Clark (Jrlftltli will train
the Senators. Manager llulswltt of the
Jersey City club has completed arrange
ments at Uurham. N. C while the New
arks, under Harry Smith, will nstemble nt
Columbus, On. Thn Providence team will
get ready at Savannah nnd the Haltlmore
l.rloles are going to practice nt home as
Hill Fischer, John Hummel ami Me
Curty sent word to the Hrooklyu club
estenlny tlmt they would be at ICbbets
Kleld to-dny prepared to sign contracts.
Mscher Is Manager Ilohlnsons second
. HtrnR etcher, who Improved rapldl
wm.M uce,.,! the Injured Miller hi
- ,,.. for eVernl years.
Tim Hrooklyn club has received letters
In which terms hnve been ncceptid from
Pitchers Hull Wagner, Frank Allen nnd
Charley Sclimutx, Third Haseinan Itetl
Smith, ami Kraft, a new outfielder sc.
cured from Now Orleans. Robinson tlxed
matters up with Allen and Smith. Out
fielder Hill Collins. bilUllilt f 1 Olll N'e w III It.
Is wintering ut L" Orange, lu ami
has not been heard f.om, lllg m Heiil-
hach. who Is living In Hrooklyn, Is leady
In sign with President Lldiets as soon us
1 te latter leturns from l Tilcngu. It is lie
ITVl KM"t"
I. ..,.. lu,lrlv ,if tlw, Hlr.il..,. Ii. unul
tl) ,,llV(, K1. IMtlfliiliK bVd n
t w(1 klmvn nmml(Ii.r who wn
In th..
Hiiinky City hint Krldny U iiulhorlty fur
t tilet nsnettlnn. It la Hinted, tun, thnt lien,
drlx has refused to hco Harney Pinyfuaa.
T'realdent .tnhimon hua appointed tho
Ainericnn I.eiiKtie umpire ataff for I h
comltiR (.eiiaon. It Iticludea Jncli Hherl
dan. SIIU o'U.UKhlln. Tommy Connolly,
Hill IJIneen, .luck Kgun. Hilly Bvnna,
lllinebniul and a new man named Chill
, Another ninn will Im iiiionted shortly,
I'reHldent Toner will announce the Na
tional League umpires lit llin achedlllo
meetliiK to be held hero next month.
It la believed thnt all the old men will
be reappointed.
The Nntlnnal l.enKUe'B Hcliedule mert
liiK will ho held nt Ihe Waldorf-Astoria
either on February 10 or n week later.
The American U-nuo's playing dates
will be made public, about thnt time,
although the eprliu; meeting will not
occur here until after the return of j
Coml'ikcy and the other world's tourists, I
Nil ("linrui's T. ' Peters, Minority
Member, Him lllsiinpriit es.
Tho Crescent Athletic Club rcgulats
I those who wish to defeat tho present I
members of the board of goveitmtM at
the election next Saturday night sent I
nut recently n statement signed by .
Thomas Hovenden, Henry K. Mcdownn,
William W Pell and (leorgo H. O'Flyn I
of the nominating nimmltlei.'. These four '
members declare that In framing tho !
j ticket they simply wished to "lnfuo j
now moon mio ino noniu oi troveniore,
They say that tho athletic dinner matter
was "but an Incident."
Thomas P. Peters, another member of
that committee, who was In the mlnorit
and Is now supporting the Independents, !
has written a letter to the club members
In nnswer to that which begins: "Wo 1
the members of the Itegulnr Nominating
Committee." Mr. Peters polntM out 1
that I io uleo was u member of that inin
m It ten and he does not understand why
his four fellow membeis did not sub-
mil their statement to him before It was
tanned. He understood that all thu
committee's proceedings were sub rosa,
nnd now ho feels relieved of the obliga
tion of silence. Mr. Peters says
the statement Is misleading. He denies
that they wero actuated by a ileslro to
Infuse "new blood" Into tho board of
governors and says that Dr. It. .1. Hell
lias been n member of the board for sev
eral years, and that Frank J. Price was
formerly a member.
Mr. Peters continues. "I feel It my
duty to state that nt the first meeting
which I nttrnded I wan told that Mr.
Chnrles It. Clny waH a valuable man to
the club: that he had suggested
that the club's nses.iment, levied by tlm
city for taxation pursises, should be re
duced: that he had takm the matter up
with the Hoard of Tax Commissioners
and had the assessment on the city house
reduced by ff7,00n, thus saving the club
about 11,20(1 n year.
"I note that my fellow members statu
'tho athletic dinner matter to us was but
an Incident.' and perhaps It was. Many i
a Inero Incident' has unravelled greater i
mysteries. On December 23 the hoard
of governors met and found one of their
fellow niemiiera guilty or iiunecoming
conduct nt tho athletic dinner. On De-
cember 1M our nominating committee met '
for final action, I then lenrned
that Mr. Ony was not to be renominated, i
1 w.hh nnturally surprised and nsUed:
'Is not this the Mr. (.lay who secured the
reduction of tho assessment on tho club-
,10Uh() um) MVt.,, tll rInl, jii:oo ft yenr
In taxes'- My Question was answered I communicate with all clubs members of
only by a sickly smllo which Appeared . the A. A. C, requesting them to take up
on the fare of otir chnlrman. 1 learned ( within their own membership the matter
afterward that Mr. (lay had toted the i o( securing subscriptions to the Olympic
night before ngnlnst the governor who fun(J from nuw untn lt, sprlllK (f 1916
had been found guilty, n ls nI,0 tno dvgiTt, r thu v A ,.
"This may bo ,. . mere lnco''''. ;u I president to enlist the support of the
It seems to Justify me. In believing that, ..i,.mtfnt throughout the rnuntrv
the statement regarding tho athletic; ,n. "nger tii meni iiirougnom the counto,
ner in the circular letter of my fellow!'""1 If K'ible t o have the smal club,
committeemen Is u misleading one. As i nKWd in athletics take a small sub
a mattir of fact. I believe that the nth- scrlptlon from their membership from time
letlc dinner Incident was the whole mov- ' time. In this way be feels that an
Ing force behind the action of the com- nmount of considerable proportions can
mlttee. The matter was discussed be obtained.
at every meeting which 1 attended, and l , Another Idea Is to ak all clubs pro
feel that Mr, (lay. a deserving man, was motlng athletic meets to set aside a Dor-
.mulshed hecause he had tho courage
to vote to maintain discipline. 1
nay nigux.
('lied on Account of Darkness
WiLKKSHAHHK. Pa., Jan. !!. The scheil-
ini lumm .i ..r,,, ....... ....
, Donovan and Tommy i-oimors at me reer- .
account of darkness at the
, ( rou ,. ,,
.Connors when the hell mug
l'nt th,. Hfsvn ,Iut then the
end of the
JUSt floored
',r lh'' 'M'J
the lights witit
lout and the r.fere.. i-ill.. quits V.ung
I sil... n.....1,..,.t hla -!,'.,! ilri'lslvelv I
. ,h( cl,, m,in.iger promised he would
, , mnl(.h ,, .
1 ,,,,,,. r,.,m,,,
th i.esirg.
Chip. Hie
Ssw vy Man Vli'liirliuia,
Willie Hrown. who claims the bantam
chatnplnnt-hlp of the navy, nutisilnted Hilly
Meyers of Harlem at th" Olympic A C
last night.
m l, wen. Aniele l''"T I
f.XV Tin !1 1 1 j i '-, iviln'i. Dad Ht-'iirns'
Mluttt ne. Drnml, c, S MnrKiiu and Wiietlun
!!,,, riin. ... . ...
11s'r"n',1 VRrr,"HIJn''r .',!f." uTVl.ile.
' nhn'sr' w ' ' ' t t'l r I s
(futerl. 3 m i. third Time. 1 13 4 S
rii, C K Datls. Kl.k St . no Heart. ,ner
Held, Itoundup. Meshnrh and Art Hick nis..
T'"..,.., ,, v.. n.... ,,r.
ii.ntiusi. i m l. won: r.thel Da. let (Tin
' Inn. 3 In X. se.nnd. SIKer Tone. 1 00 (Ctu
' yen. 3 to t, third Time. I'll nre. Vu v..
Keren!. J. 11. Ma) Inn- and Luke tf('n
also ii.ii
rniirth Hiee-flt fnrlnnas - Mllnni ItoWee,
ICS triaver), to .. won cjpti 'i Hurns,
t '.rd'1, T"mTl Ull "l?n,Kl
. (, m
Huperl, KrniM l. Wild llnren and
e'liHpnder.. also ran
rifth lime - Kite .in. I u half fiirlunes -Parlor
Hoy. IiH (f'laterl, C t" I, won.
Dominies, lui (Jlnitsi. : to 1, sei-nnd. Illrli
Sliest. 1U7 (rarlerl. 1 t" tltlrd Time,
run it Niipi Nli k, llorrl .n ilui.-el ami
I'lrsi Klar also ran
Slttll llaee One tnlie- l'enlee I'rarl 10t
'Z'.ll : ,"!. ;"SV T..m clJp'man. ii,
l.tnnesi, 4 tn I, won Ie.nl Ul.nn Hit
Hlenirvl : tn 1. third. Time 1 t I S
Hester. I.lttle Mil. I II. I tlnteli, I lot., rl Dut'e
Mniituouiery. Melts nnd ltetnuti. nisi, rail.
I'lrn 11.11.' -Twii.jiar-nlds tlire.. nnd a
h.ilf furluniis llrown I'rln e, lot ill)rnei.
I! tn 1. nun; Marlines, 10. ,.irel) e"v
ninn. y, conil ; .Nurina I,., no il' iiiiinnni.
I lllllSH.
i'nll) 11.. Ituby IIjriu",
lliittllni; Nelson iiIho ran
Third llaee -Kite nml n half furlnnirs
Aneon 10S (Kenxh), 10 m 1, won. Celi-tin,
11)5 I MrTaKxartl. ev'rii ninney seennd, llrnte
Cunnrrter, l"0 (Turnirl. 2 to V third Time,
1 0 T 4 -r. Clinch Hill, Korfhaee. c .y III.,
nlreain, ili.nd I'ny mid Joe ill:ilr uUn run
Fourth Hare -One mile ami nn eluhth
Lnehlel, 103 (Turner). If. I" 1. wn. (1 l
Miller I0 (MrClhet i 4 M S, se. nnil. .lr
I .li.li n Johnson lis llltrne). 1 In 2 third
' Time. 1 M. :-! IHiikIIiik, Itepiibllrnn and
j J". g. -Veniih.e ,o3
,(.r,Ui , f , lr,ise It.n... to:
i iwnrdi In 1 second, Peptiti'fd i, U'J (M
T.IKKHII). '-' I" I. third Time I 3" I 1
, I'lmpeni. I alto rnu
px,, u.u.-iine mile siuiun.ik.s m:1
4 llll II.I ,1 till I . i't III I "It Itlll
, II II 11. 1. .'I . 1 ... ,, -.. ...,
nl i.Murnliii. :i in I. third Tlm. I 44 3
r.heitlure i:rtftii!l, Semi ijilillir I. llll.. K.,
I'luvlotia, K.ilry ilodmntlier. Tninb.iy and Tny
atan rnu
I i ininiiKii, i.nst rnriune. iiuuiko iraters.
riiirpassliiK and
Kngland and Germany Fall in
Olympic Money Plans; Now
Fund Starts Here.
i Afnll Vntn nn ftlvltiir-
Miller Jill" 'OIO On Umilg
Over $2,000 for Paying
Expenses in 1910.
When other nations quit It Is time for
the United Htntes to get Into the game
at least so seems to be the policy of the
A. A. U. as represented by Its president,
Alfred J. Llll. This refers to tho situation
of preparation for the Olympic games of
191(1. Tho Information has been received
by cable that the German Imperial Par
liament has refused to authorize an ap
propriation of 160,000 toward the games
and also that the Duke of Westminster's
committee In England has refused to re
ceive further funds.
No sooner had these announcements
been mado than President Llll got busy
by beginning the campaign for the funds
necessary to send a representative team to
the gnmes at llerlln. He Immediately
Instructed Secretary James K. Hulllvan to
Issue a mall vote to appropriate the sum
nn ,,.ir,r.i ,h f.i.i ,h, t,.i..
n,lr,i, i, ralslnc fur tho 191C Olvmnlo
,,.,,. w I
The campaign of tho Amateur Athletic
Union will be contlned by no means to
1 " mn"1 lunu- ,,m'r? 'V10 !''"
ul " 111 ' 'uur " Krauiinn
that nmotint out ot tho treasury of the
A. A. C, but It will be only a tleablto In
the amount required to send a full team
to liurllu. Further Instructions of Prtsl-
dent Llll nra that Secretary Sullivan shall
tlon of the profits for the fund. N'n set
percentage will be tlxed. but the nmount
terday c.iund by posters Issued by the
management of the games of the Fourth
Company of the Thirteenth Iteglment
These announced In bold type at the head
, ,iUSI,.r U11U nannes rtoieiitnainen
it tne posier mat iiannes Koiehtflalnen
ind Abel It. Klvlat would race two miles
announcement was on the lines of the
,MMt,n,- I1..I.I In 1-h'rTtr,. Inst cur
, tirely in opposition to the rules adopted
ri.oitio.x "
Where tha rouih btaatk ol Winter
sccommoilstlnns s,ith Ihe ihrouih
end lesliul iotirnrv and slilhl snildlt
Irsdiant blaeikvnvelhesd. Kvcrvreiorl In
i adsDlrd for outdoor rrcieitlon. Shoollnl.
mn a I be eniovrd. anJ arc caiilv accessible
rlorida mi larooos,
iihmii.IJ lli. I Illi-ll Al.ir AA . .
I'Al.M lillAl.ll
IM,sau, riAiiAMAa
lu,-iu ptm
llAVArss., I.UM , . .
1 he uer Sea Ksllrosd, with Pullman
nrlnclDal retort..
ri.ortiua. ham ciiasi rLAi,i.r.g arsTf.M
243 Klhli Ate , ,st
m .tew Tors.
iiki. i. t:iit HKKiiir-., ri.A., saw oi-kn. 1
'I'wi, e.ulf I'mirsen with Turf I'uttlna
4ireen, I'nr Inforiiiattun, booklet, I
4 1'.. uddresa, II. II. js.WTIIN. .Mir.
SOUTH C.Wttll.lNA.
tliiM 1 wint mo Hour from Nw York.
thnl Mnntlrrful Life .MIn Air
ft'store ilifii tunlns uud t'xhftustvil rnrr
gli'ts. Tor a tUy, itrrhaip. ytm wilt tw rnntcnt
lnip) ti ril nml itrlnk tn tlmt Air
llm ii rtrrntml the )o)mi. out-nf-nloorn
will rift I m )nti Von will j1av jolf on links
rliilit tn tin1 litut of tlif hU', you will motur
un line rontS, rllinh mountain for unlni
AL'Inatili ifu, vny trnnU, rldr ami Urit
'I hri'UKh Itrtln Srrlrr Nnn In Kffrr t
friini I'rnn Station
(irno l'nrk Inn Mnitcrv I'Ark Hotel
TIip Muiuir (loti-1 ltnirri'h
SuAiinniitiA-llrrkrU'V, AtitrKx Terr re
1 or iiiftiru.ttitnii ant ImioUIci, urttp bonnl
nt irtdf, N Ittukner, tfrcy , At-havllle, .N ,
or to NnitliPi n Hy.
Al.r., N. '1 HUT ATI, II l A
an nth Air. N. v. itt.
a icntoiT.w ri'itK
W I1I1011I (Inlnr tn I'tnrnpe
Wlll'IT hi l.l'lll II bl'ill.NttS, W. V
Tho World's Most Luxurious
HcKort Holnl
orr.y am. im: tkar"
Ihe nr tin th esUbllthmcnt excels any.
tit In s In America, hatlnif eiery modem
llli:il hTVrtHY. Matiaitlnt Director.
J. II. .SI.OCIIM, Manaier.
IKiuKI.S'di .r JorU Tho PUra,
oi l It T.h I llofinn -Copley Plaa,
('pen nil the year perlvl Winter Hales
at the congress of tho International Ath-
Ictlo Federation hell last summer
James K. Kulllvan, who was the tepre-
sentatlve of America at that congrcsi,
was emphatic In his refusal of thu rliht
of the Fourth Company to hold nnv rare
for the "world s championship. He -re-
ferred to the rule of the congress which
states that the competitions at the Olym-
Pic gnmes only shall be regatd.d as (
cnnmpitirisnips oi me worm in ine respec
tive btnnches of track and Held -port.
This rule goi s on to suy !
.No other rliumpliirndilp uf the world tnnv
ne neiu in iiutiiunn in in, w neuter miner
the title of ctiiinipluMlilp nf the world,
Kurniiemi eliuinploniOilliii, Amerleiin or
Arlatlc championship, nr any other nmn
of ih. kind. The loniinlttee. however, iiuy
decide on nnd grunt rxeeptlnni m this
In addition Mr. Hullvnn said yesterday
that there waa no way In which the laco ,
In iitlestlon could be eonldernl a world'a
cha lonshlp Theie Is no iiuestlonltii
the cla of Kulchmalnen and Klvlnt, but
the rate Is not an open one and the fact
that Willie Kramvr. the two mile chain-
plon of America, and Jean llouln, the
;.. i. .i . 1...1...1 i.. ...hi.
rrenun ciiniiiinon, iiir r.-tiun-u 10 -urn-
clcnt lo prevint the winner being cln
i. the lJat man In the world Mr. Sulll-
van said that the A. A. I', was bmuid to V." '" ' "' , , "1 "' ",n""'"r "
recognlre the rules framed at Merlin and 1, , . "' , f'"r Americans,
that the Fourth Company of the Thlr-, ,..ThH ' '''V" ."' 'm,',",1 '."h
leenth Iteglment would be n,ke,l to with- ; JK $ titiU't.i? !W,l iViv'Tr
draw the pusteis aunouiiclng the feature our own nnmteiir w verltnMy helieve.
event as n world's championship. Jerome Tracers Is h wun.erfull accurate
. Iron player nnd i, liurvelloiiH putler, nrel
. ..... ,.. "he who perhaps desert es the iltl- of otitic
BRITT0N OUTPOINTS GLOVER. . Ihe llne.t plser of nuitrlie. In lh worlil
i KnoHliiK Atiierlinn Kulfem stol their opln
. . . Ions us ue ilii we have iiii Idea t lint It wld
lias Mhnue In Seven Ituuiiilal Other l,p m, Mt Triiters morn limn on any oilier
, .... , .. uieiutier of the select I. nml that Amerlcuii
Three Are l.vn In. hopes will he pinned.
fueU HiIiimii of I'hlcnuii outnolnted Thn' the Handwleh emire Is t.ot nne which
,i't , i i, , i J ,.i.i I., u 'nc"" altogether sultal.le lo tin, Amerl
Mlkn tllovcr of Huston Inst night In a I ,. mateur ehiiinploii Is mir llrm rontln
ten round bout at the National hportlng i Hon. Although he Is u nii!tn urtl.i In
Club, Ilrlttnn was morn aggressive than the .Uln of ths more itelleut- nml sren
1 1. nn-inn ,,, i i,t niichout Hh had a1'""' departiiients nf the khiiio his weakness
.i v. .. . !! JI? J.,..,.! h i il, "hlldls Itself In h more than ... cnsloniil
shade tho better of every round but the tntlllt- to hit the hull truly with his wooden
third, eighth and ninth, which were even, rlulisi and the lenalli nf the etirrle and thn
In tho tlrst round, there was little but severity of the hmanls "ii the Kentlnh
I.U.Iut.nlncr nn.l .IneUIll" hf either ,nu"e do not allow M koimII) decree of
sldesleiplng and HUI Kllin r ll. enee to the man who . mi, neither hit
fighter. Olover landed a right swing to M, ,,ttn ,traglt ,rom ,h, M(ir (a,. )t
thn head In the second, but was unable to to fly with u coinnaralltelr hlKh trnlei tnr
I find a resting place for a number of left
I .ii. ..r. t ,,.. n,t .
and right uppercilts. A few light onis
were Iiinueii oy noiii uKiuers in mi- mn... jR) net. mir plakers will n.,te a hard
During the fourth, llfth, sixth and sotenth struitale m ken tho elintiidnii!.hli Uophy
tho Chicago.,,, put on full speed and from .yiee .,,, .rosslng .1.- ;jier
landed often. He forced (lloter ngnlnst t hi l(1p uv hH( ryrf) rril,nn t0 r
the ropes and hit him on thn heaa ana ir,,nibrr that he defeated t.oth Varilnn and
body frequently. "ay In a hand to hand enrnunter. That
in the eighth and ninth Olover fought , alone .,... that he musM.e .it least Jh
hnrd but missed many chances by railing , ,', ,.ur tiont on this rhi- lint In Ju
to folluw Up. a fault of which he was uiouiiy welahliiK up Ibis lerful perform
KUlltv all through tho light. Ills efforts, unie we must not foraet that Hay and
however were enoucli til even UP thew Vnr.lon were ptntlnK amid siranae environ
however, were enougii in "i" y mrMr ttnd In u climate to which they er
two sessions. Hrltton went nt his man in t not H,.cu,im., M,i ti,( ti,,r jounn op
the final session hammer and tongi nnd (mnent hsd the inentlnuhle adtantaga of
by his skill Increased the slight lead that playing uter tli course on which he orlgl-
i, i.l foe Hi., rest of the bout. nttl'y learned the gaine.
he hud for tne rest oi ine ''"". ,,r 1Jerr,in m,r t,r, tn
In the seml-wlndup. a six roiinil nfra r, ,,,, lU) ul aI,iiiteur rhaiuidunshlp rneev
Hilly (inlvln enslly outpointed Hilly Lewis. tlK ,lt Westward Ho' wi,s lu no tnnnnet
Qnlvln hnd cleverness, but lacked power, convincing! but 1m 1 and nlways has lieep
I ..... i,,i,orl Ilk,, ns If he mlcht be able a plater nf moods, and when the good
Lewis looked llku ns It ne "'M' e aine ( h nn w,rfl itfr
to hit hurd. but he never had a chance , iP,irrll Hrlunldt w saw enoagh
to land any of the numerous vicious . taet ear at ,t Andrews to show u
swlnits he started. that, while u plaer with limitations, he
In iitft-ertlielss an eitreinely hard man to
T.i. H,.heilnle Arrsnxril. beat, possibly for the reason ihat lie Is will
Tennis siineunir arrangrn. ((ml kIulW ,.,, iimttatlons of his
The schedule for the Columbia tennis game,
team was announced yesterday as fol- ..
lows :
April II. Lafayette at Columbia; :i, i
Trinity at Hartford ; St, Welean at Middle
town; !. New York University ut Columbia
. rune
Haven, CoiikII
a In-
day In-
get out
on the water. Tho 0.11 smell were forced
to hold a forty stroke after a twenty
minute pull at thirty. Illce believes that
the sudden change of tactics when the
squad gets out on the water Is detri
mental If the men have not sufficient
physique to stand It. Each day a little
sprinting will follow the long grind In
hopes that more stamina will be devel
oped. MINTEIt KF.(lltTH.
II unknown. Come tlltl now. hook-
PultmsD servtre cniurlntf a enmforlihle
verdsnl lollsie snd brilliant fluwers will, the
Ihlsfavolilesnolisfull olrharm. andso.ri.ll
Flshlas. Moloriai. Tennis. Gall aha Surt H.ihins!
Iron aav ol the oataliat modern holrla lor which .
Ponce J Ltos sad Alcatar
. ... llrm.md
Dissksri and Koral foincisna
... a ... . Koyal Pain
The Uolonitl
as ideal risntni t;arap
via. iter west and t". an. a. LU.
sert ire, allows stop off erivilffea at
Amii.llue, luvi a. Adams Si,
Morlda. Chlcagii
NKtv Ji:itti-:v.
l ilellnhlfiil livnllou I"i tt in i. r tMlurs.
I'minlile nnd III tlcnra line i limine
N'lnety in'nwr from Vew v.irk. tut (' it
of ,N .1 .suisrlnr ro.ids and facllliles Inr
siiliiinetille parlies,
All MSH'iishle nuidonr nmiivinent.
FRANK F. SHUTE, Manager.
Vtrile lur illuttraleu ii.os.lui uu.l rates.
A 11(1111 (N IIOIKI,
Willi it quiet Air nf
1 loniesili 11 , ami a
lliiniillke Atmutiilierii.
I. i: NPANliUNIII llll, Uirr
Atlantic C'ltr.
QApi ihumfiout tlW yum
ODarlboroiiQb - SBienbctm
Atlantic ( II). . .1.
Alwoyadfllahtful Duly 1 hnura f rom .Neu Vnrk
Descriptive Sorkiett at Cw k
Chanibeillll IlllVe lie Pl-lllm Uullllel llillel llll.
, rrau, MeAlptn Hotel i'liuue ilreele, 4Tii. ASK
Mr rosier. I Mndl.m Aie llajiiunid A Whip
eolnlt, 2?a out .tte Hit l link s I inn Itl liniert. nr
ndilre III.", I' AI'AMS, Mil -'urlrc Utuittir
.HlLlUil 1111lll0 1 KAVMO
....... , i , ,
( OIIIIIII'llls Oil ( lllllll'I'.s (if .ll'IT.V,
Oiiimet. Ilcrroliuff jiihI
i.. v r II 1 ti ir of tin. i,r,ii,,,l tun i
... "' "rl,l"' ' propo.ieil Mslt to
Lnglnnd of Jeromu l. 1r.iern, Fiimcli
Online!, Fred llerreslmn ntiil llilnrkli
- and the chaniis of tho qu.ir-
j!"' A'neiliaiis hi their attempt to win
I'1" V.""1" "Il1ilnllp. Iliuold II. till-
l-renem holder of that title, given
,H, I'mirissionH or tin. four Invnileis, It
"i-Y '"'"''wiI.-.h the gie.U
11 h ""! "'';, "ot nn-
derrate the other three, tho llrliUli nt,,..
..i.,,,....!, , . . . -----
Vi' i. . . 'e'".",1 " M
'"wloil to the chanieH of the four limes
l.l,l... si... a i.. . ....
ut Ihere nre times when Mr Tr.ivers Iiii.
very hied Intertas In hs wooileii e lib pay
f n( f thMt ,,.,,, ,lrr,.,B ,, jiomlay.
4k--" is-ss
10 II I', I ryllnder 7-pn 'infer tnurliu: car.
All new tires lllnuesl harir.iln In v nrlt
Locomobile Co., 61st St., neit lo Broidwi!
It'll, a-pawiiger .10 II 1' l.lrunilri f.ray
whlpi'otd uphnlslert lu etiellent cimdltliiu.
Price tery lensnnnlili'
locomobile Co, 61st St. next to Broadway
Autos A Great Saving Now at
.New turk's All toii.nl.il.' llnrtnlii I labllhmenl
"Par 1 xcelleiire -
Before Removal, Rare Bargains
, tieiuiini.tnitl.ui l. urn. I'tsinlnnti itis Intltcdl
l"i r.Ml.lli. llrprerrnied
Pierre-Arrows Hlxt Under 7ontnji;o0
I'm cki lit M.Vl, ;;.!, M.'MI, etc. l ord f.'2J
Pierli..- il nieili,ir' S'i.', 13,.', S'ei, Hup
Il eblle Mfl
Pietle ll.hnuU'llU' , ST.'(l.?i. Mrrreilrs
i .ha ft s'M
llil.l I'.ikl.ni.l ytti. Kv Cylinder (MUlard $;.'.
Iliiilstins. SJJl JIM, Pull 'in ii IDi; Vi s.vi
Mi am Mleiit Unlfhi Tm Tnniieaii i3H
l.iill.t tr.ivtiit'nit ai.d nlber Mutt I'lit-elim
nnd Piitnrtil.eeiitl.1 , Pnnlmrd Tnwucitr, Her.niilt.
Tnwnrars nnd I hntl. luriMtidehaUei fiiiirnnd
lv cylinders, t'ndc Mlutnr Iteeals I n' ll.ii tfonU
.sit i viiinli r. many oilier
$75 up, Cash Talks This Month
Is-li i. Villi nnd lr"e nv Prlc Vnwl
10,000 Tires at Third Value!
."iiitdilo I up. W iuilh'eM VI iitm-n. lanipa.
Itu.'k '(.'till
Bodies all Styles Very Cheap
Mum nuit: itii-in intuTr our r' nm 1.
You u 111 prokibb flml jtwt uhat nuw,.M her
Atiil nt our o it pri.V
Jandorf Automobile Co.,
s 3, 5, 7, 9 West 61st St, llrnadway
lOr: r.te.pas.i uuei , tuiirliu,' iiinilel I : II. IV,
repntulcil and nterlieiiled, ftillv . iiiliip.-d ilem
nrisirnttr.n eliii rfuli, t'lvi n
locomobile Co, 61 st St., neit to Broidur
A itAHi: npii" nity ii. i;.'.i l i
lll'ihlle l.ltunusfne In ii-f a.s . tp n,
I'nr h.is rumple!,, eij u I pill. -.ir 111 '11 llnir t f-
st.Lr'er ciiinitilnn .f puni . I ' '-- e
lel'i.ll ll.i Iiii. I terv ii It nirl.
d't) rat.ir.lble pr. e llltl I'VI' ti IT, lit ' It
I'll '."I Wnahl tKlon Mt .Vl K S 1
lliin Tntiiliif i'nr Set It nilii'.'d mid In et
ci Hint ei'iiillllnn ll.riiuiriiniil bin but'iilu
ai the ptlce
Locomobile Co., 61 tt SI, rut to Broadway
WIS ll.Wi; it iMllliu. r f 1.1 11 .-11 .1
l..iitd.iuleti i.irs ilin tin "in i ir i..-y
anthill I', mil Tllet I. I. ,B, . , r
cheap M.iUh us nil ttlfer M.Wi:' I'lKI I.N".
ni:itri:it co Ji w o:i
n'en-l"ieinti,r. I 'll. Ill iinj '.'ill c ' t
eelli'lll nub r, lull, e iu'l'1', ! I'd
lull C. llll
Locomobile Co, 6 1 st St., neit to Broadway
I.IMOI'SINi: nml 1 111 I'll) ' 1 11
blK ri'dil' Ib'll ltd'2 I Ir . el., . r
1 M t ,
,M at.
We mnVr a sTliit- nf n-pai Intr n'liuii -Idle,
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