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THE SUN, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1915.
O 7T "X T 4 " f T" T" a - -tar , tr y. j-i.
veuryeurwn peats rordham rale Swamps Cornell tla.tva.rd Batters Drown Chinese Nine Defeated
FORDHAM IN TENTH
Titolicr Kelly Semis in Win
n in it Idin, Making Score
(i to 5.
EKIHMIS IJKHIXI) JIAHTIN
After tying the score In the seventh
fnd ninth Innings Fordham loot the
rjmf. 6 W ' yesterday to (leorgetown
i an extra session on the Maroon field.
The Rjmo was witnessed by prohnhly
he Inrpe't crowd of rooters that ever
attended a l-all gamo at Fordham, the
I'ordh.im nltimnl attending In a body,
In the tenth Inning the Maroon run-
rer occupied nil the banes before tho
r' ' I
: made the first out. Here Kin- I
refln. who had been warming up during
thf entire wme, commanded tht mound
4 hln plt hull delivery forced nn out
ft the plate ami me iu rciiiitiiiuiK uai ,
tern gtouude-l out.
Three double plays In the came killed
runs for l-'ordham. The Maroon nine
l.tntmerrd nut fourteen hits und n iloien
eimnera uere left on the bags. Martin ,
pitched a Rood game, but three costly I
trrors were nude behind him.
Hoth teams scored In tho serond and
t,o iltors nK-tjmo.1 tho lead the fol-.
lonlns innlns when they tallied another,,
n the seventh Kordhnm landed upon i
Kelly for four drives, mixed with two j
('" vivi.ino lencunK hi mo o.ii, nnu
three rum rculted.
n,. tonth inntnir rallv had the bases
filed and I'ordh.im batters had scored !
the tylnu rua. wnen mci. army s wonuer
ful flop made tho cxtr. InnhiB neces
sary In the visitors' last attack Cusack
reached first on Carroll's error, ad
ranced on a sacrifice and cored when
Kelly flncled. Kelly pleaded not to be
f. tit to the bench and made Rood his
tromlec to win the came nt the bat.
Cjsupk. h'i scored the wlnnlnc run.
.u Injure I In the third Inntnir. splitting! lO.OOn seemed anxious for seats m wit
Ism Index finger, but returned to play. I ness the contest before the opening, but
Not a base was stolen during the 1 they began filing out after the second
(ime. which was marked by several I Inning, with the cadet nway out In
lenutlonal plays. The game wan the front.
frt lost hv the. Maroons since Coach i Coffey, a plcbe, started on the mound
Lull iiHMimod command over a month 1
(SO. The scoic :
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Hum (Irorjetown Shuinie. 3: Glsrnmo, 2;
ruAclt. Irwin: tnrtlhm -McGnern. Klernn,
kfllerler. Ilerrlsm. Martin. Lett on bi
loriltiam, IJ, i.niriretown. 10. Two banc hlu
Klrrnan. llno, Krllcrher. Olncomo, Three
Uf hlt Ilerrlsan. lllrnllnn. Sacrince hltn -HirOovrrn.
Kltrnn. Hellerhir. llerrlcsii. Iilra
d.ro. Tnrmey. Krwln. first bic on errors
rorittiam. I (leorirtown. 3. Iloiilile plsys
Klernan, Herrlirnn and Kellcrher: shurrur and
(.Ivyimn, McCarthy and Torme': Nhucrue (un
kMrli. tlrnt bane on tialln Oil Martin, 3:
ft! Kelly, n. struck nut lly Martin. 3; by
Kelly. !. lilt by pitched ball lly Martin iKr
slni, by Kelly iKillerhrrl lltta 4)17 Kelly. 14
Is nine awl nnr-thlM Innlnf . nlT llnnecan,
rore in two-thirds limine, I'mplrc Mtockdalc.
Time 2 hoiira and S nilnutca.
STEVENS TECH HAS A SNAP.
Mmili'liilr A. '.. With I'.luht lilts,
liets Only Tun It una.
M'tclaih, May 31. Stevens
1 pl II
ere.ited the Montclalr Athletic Club .
here to-day h to 2. HcllofT of Stevens 1
f ruok out twelve men nnd Issued onl v f
ine pass. The two home runs credited
t' Motitdnlr were long hits to the sun
feld. An error and three long hlui
titled S.evens three runs In the fifth.
Inthe got four hits In four times at
tit. The score :
STTALNS HXlt. M0NTC1IH A. C.
nt) h u n e ab h p a e
5020 mMairhlr.rt ..40200
4 113 1 illalmoa.lf.. .30101
3 12 3 1 llrllow,lb...4 OHIO
4 412 U 0 Dlntd.Jli. . .4 2 0 2 1
4 10 3 1 Jaeobus,2b..4 OSOO
4 0 O'O li'Klnnnn... 4 2 2 5 0
t 3 1 ll 11 Klnnev.rf.. 4 0 0 0 1
rrrli,lf. 4 0 0 0 0 Croaa.o " .1 2 8 2 0
tflimc.lb.. 4 0 0 1 OMrjira.p. 4 2 U 3 I
31 112710 3' Total. 35 S27I3 I
. 3 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 Ofl
II 2 0 0 0 0 I) 0 0-2
Hiici Meirns- Jnhnaon, 2: .taeKixll, 2;
letuie, 2 Montclalr A. C. Dodd, Klnnan. Two
te htt- I.enthe, 2. Home runs- Disld. Kin
fan. .Struck out -Hy llrllotf, 12; by Meyers, 7.
rtolen baaea Johnsnn, Thoene. Flrl baae on
t)ll-os Hell off. ; of! Xtej crs. I, Lett on ben-a
-MeTeni. 4; Montclalr, 7. Uinplro- Marrlty.
Tln.e- 2 hours.
Dartmouth Fresblra Shot Ont.
WoacisTEn. Mass.. May 31. Worces
ter Academy hut out the Dartmouth
freihmen, 4 to 0, on Qaskill Field to
day Murphy, for Worcester, pitched
m ball. Two doubles and a single
cored a pair of runs In the third, nnd
a fielder's choice, a trlplo and a dou
tin added two more In the eighth. The
ti if ir
Ji"llrcetr Aearlemy OnCftOoOlT.llO I
Darimoijih Freah'n 000 fi 0000 0-0 3 2
niieriea--Murphy ami Hoberte; llruni
V anil I'nole.
rxiinllea lleeil Lrtilich by r linn.
Sni'Tll Hktiii .r.tiKM. I'a.. Mnv .11.
Catholic t'nlvcrlty of Washington de-
"Mien iriicn to-day. r. to li. It was
i-nnte.t full of long distance hitting.
"Inch a errors and Kondy's wik pitch
JS m tho ilghth lost for tho locals.
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NOT A RUN UNTIL TWELFTH.
Wnnnmnkrr Scores fop Dnrtmnutti
Then, Dentin- Holy Cross.
Vv'oiickhtkii, Mass., May 31. Dart
tvouth deflated Holy Cross, 1 (o 0, In
twelve Innings on Kltton Field to-day.
It was a pitcher' buttle between Mc
Carthy nnd I'nrrott, with honors about
veil. McCarthy, however, hail poor
support. Captain Wnnamuker singled
to left In tho twelfth. I'nrrott uteri
Heed. Wnnnmaker took third on Os
home a llcldcr'n cholre and scored when
(Iraney muffed Kskcllnc's lly. The
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43 83(114 01 '"
f Total, .,37 ASS1A
Holy cross.. o onoooooono o-o
P." -.? Sacrifice hlts-O'Ne . Thellscher.
''"'l1". I'arroti. stolen bases '-Paine, ilrancy
rlral has, nn h1U fliT I -v. .... h
ro I? iiSilte Ji'S-
louble i-lay Lon
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DRAKE LAMBASTED BY
WILD ARMY SLUGGING
feGVGIlt ll JU'IIllOllf N 1110 Hliricil
Viidcr Score of IS to n No
Interest for flip Crowd.
Wkst Point. May. 31. The Army
hammered Drake, pitcher of the Seventh
Iteclmenl team, off the mound In the
sixth Innlns to-day and Incidentally
walloped the cuardsmen unmercifully In
a dull and uninteresting K.une. scorn
l.i to 8. A holiday crowd numbering
it the Army, lie stayed seven Innings,
and probably could havo gono the full
route with safety. However, he winged
three men In the fifth and sixth frames
and these battery errors along with
some more heaped on by the Army In
field helped the guardsmen to seven
tallies. Their one run In the opener
came after Magulre had singled. Oeorpo
Heavers, who used to play star baseball
for the Army some years ago, smashed
a triple to deep centre, scoring him,
Hcuvcrs was out nt the plate, stretching
the hit. Ollphant's homer to Memorial
Hall In the first Inning was a feature.
SKVENTII HHOIM'T I
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.4 0 3 0 0 Merrlllat.ct..J 2 o l o
6 110 0' Mitchell. Ill 5 I 11 o 0
4 2 11 0 OUphanl.C. 5 2 0 O
4 1 3 O 1 1 MrN'rll , 1 ft 3 O O
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Seventh Ileilmrnt.. 1 000340 oo-
Army .5 3 0 2 2 2 0 1 x-15
HunsSeventh Itettment Hall. 2: Ilryan,
Mamitre, 2: Heaven. Iwl. Drake. Arniy
(ierhardt. 3: Mitchell. .1: nilphant. 2; llol.ln.
llradley. 2; Pilchard. 2' C'ottcy. .sarrka. Mtnlen
1avi lleavera, lierharitt. 8: Merrtllat. 2
I'rtclmM. Sacrince lilti- llryau. Merrlllat.
Mitchell, Prlchard Two hue littt. Mltehell.
Ilraillev. rotlln. sarckn 'three bAe hlt
Healers. Prlchartl. Itnmi run Ollphant.
iieis.ers. i-ri.-iiBi.i. iiiiini run
lilt.. HIT tlr.L. 11 In .1. lnnlnu. utT ll.ir.l a
in two Innlncs; off c.iffey. 7 In seven Innlnis.
off Sarrka. 2 In two limine Struck out -Fly
I'take. 3; ny i)orii, l ; I'V (-oucv, 4. ny sarCKa,
lirsl tiase on balls-Off Drake, 4; nff Dnr-t.
I. Wild pitch Drake, lilt by pitched ball
Hy Coffey illravera. liynn, Hryanl. Lett nn I
b.ies Army. 10; Seventh Heslment, pi. Time I
2 hours and 15 minutes, t.'mp'res- Marshall
Mnuhnt f nit (iicss .!' Victors.
FiiiuADiu.riilA, May 31. Flaying their
annual match for the Intercity chess
trophy horn this ufunioim und evening
tho Manhattan Chess Club of New Yorki
defeated the Franklin Chrss Club of this
city by 13 games to 3. The tummarles : 1
H'd. Manhattan C ('
I A, H. llnilcrs..
I'raukllu tt. C.
J W. Young
s. W llanipmn..
I). S Kiililii.oii..
I. '. T Mctiee, Jr.
P. II Drlvrr..
S. T, Sharp..
A. K Hntiinsnn..
W. P. Shipley
II. Mlluns .
T. c Hafferty. .
(i, T. Huskc.
(). (!. Ilnners. . .
W. J. Ferrla
A. r. scnener..
3 L. Itosen t
I -!,. II. Meer 1
6 A, 1'. Kreyinborg I
ft W. M. Drvlsser.. o
7 A. Kupcnlk I
A M. smith. 1
K, l.asker 1
lit 11. M. 1'hllllps. I
11 (i. l:. .Northrup... It
12 I. Hosenthal.. I
13 I. Clark. .. )i
li-(i. Koehler. t
151. M. Hanham. .1
ta o. A. Armstrone. H
Toronto Ties Crescent rirrlre.
Toronto University and the Crescent
Athletic Club played a tie gamo of la
crosse at the Hay Itldge grounds of the
latter organization yesterday. The final
score was 3 goals nil. At the end of the
first period the score was 3 to t In favor
of th men from across the border. In
tho second half the Crescents did de
cidedly better. However, they weio for
tunate In tying tho score, ns their third
gn.il wan shot ten seconds before tho
Ilnal call of time.
New York lnle 1-eiiKiie.
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Albany ft 0 .'. 0 0 2 fl 0 07 13 3
Trny 2 00000100-3 5 3
Hatterl Albany. Juenb und Olntirher.
Troy, Parsons and Mrilrath.
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Trny 0 0 0 2 1 t 0 0 0 04 a 3
Albany 200O000O2 1 5 10 2
II merles Troy. Matternn and l'ltz
ccrald; Albany, (labor and .('UniKhir.
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KHnlra 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 x 4 7 1
Httterles -HlnKhsimnn. llarii'd and
Peterson. Hlmlra, C.ipnrel and Hitter
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Itatterlea Utlcn, Sherry nnd Mellon,
until ; Syracuse, Helves und Tyler.
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Utliu, Talor and .McDonough
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naileries Wilkesbirre. I'hllllps and
(Hddo, Serantnn, Dmheaiill and Miller.
AT WILKHSIIAItllH AI'THIINOON
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lUtlarleaScranton, HlKkins, Wllllanm
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Western Lett 11 e.
Omaha. II; "loux City, 7 nlrst riimel.
Omaha. 6; Sioux City. 1 (second gme
Lincoln, 10; Denver. 1 (first game)
l.lllinlli, 5. f)eu.-r, 4 (sui-nnd k'Ullli' 1.
Ilea Mnlnea, 10, Tnpeku. 2 (fleet game),
lies .Mnlnea, 4, Tnpskii. 3 Isiinllil faille).
Ulrhliii. I SI .Insepb 3 firs t sr 1 me 1
St, Joseph, 11, Wichita, 0 (secnm! game)
MADE BY YALE NINE
Record for Present. Field Set
Off Bewildered Trio of
LOSE HS TALLY ONLY FIVE
New Haven, May 31, T.ile smoth
ered Cornell tinder nn avalanche of
runs bere to-day, winning by 22 to R,
a gnme that was a batting bee for the
Hlue from start to finish. The score
wan she largest ever made on the pres
ent Tale Field. The fifty-three Kit bats
men who faced Ilryant, Hussell and
Sutterby collected a total of twenty-five
bits, forcing Tlryntit and nussell from
the mound. Rutterby was called In
from right field .to bolster up the pitch
ing staff, but the niue players continued
to pole out lilts almost net fast as tho
Cornell twlrler could throw the ball to
The Ithacans Ithemselves bunched four
hits off I'timpelly In the fifth and col
lected five runs by the grace of Yale
errors and a pair of pastes. Those
live would bave been sufficient to beat
Yale under ordinary circumstances, but
to-day wan an extraordinary day In
Yale baseball. With the score 7 to fi
and the Illue In the lead In Rhe fifth.
Yale started to hit the ball In earnewt
and tne result was not In doubt after
that. Yale's best three Innings pro
duced elgh'een runs, a handicap which
the Ithacans could not overcome.
Iloth teams played wretched baseball
In the field, and even I.egore, the Yale
star, mixed a pair of errors In with bin
fast Melding. Sutterby'n home run. a
double play, I.egore. Mllhurn to Hush,
and a double steal by Yale were fea
tures of tho game. 1
From the spectators' standpoint the
game was a wonderful baseball bur
lesque. The Cornell pitchers threw
wlll In on effort to elude the batsman's
stick and the ball iiasned the catcher
and bounced off the umpire on several
occasions, much to the drllght of the
huge crowd. The players saw the hu
mor of the sr.uatlon, but the Ithacans
didn't let up In their play a moment
until the last batsman was called out.
YAI.i:. ' COIIMIM..
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Hatted for uryant In the third limine.
Yale 1 f. n 0 n 3 n a x-22
Cornell. 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 o- 5
llun Yale- L. Mlitdlcbrook. 41 Mllburn. .1:
Hhctt. 2: l-etore. 2; II. Mlddlchrook. 2: Hush. 3
Hunter, 3: Caatles. IMmpclly. 3. Cornell (lor-
ilnn. Urllen. Sutterbr. Ilunir
base hllsL. Mlddlebrook, Hhett. Hurpee.
llmne mn--Sutte(bv. Sacrlflee htts- L. Mill. lie-
brook, Mllburn, Cordon, I.udwlf, Hits- Off
Ilryant. 7 In twolnnln;: off ItusseU. 7 In two ami
one-third (miliics: oft Suttrrby. 11 In three and
twn-thlnla Innlnrs. Stolen bA.es I.. Mlctille
brnok. Mllburn, Leeore. 2, Itflll) . 7: llhett. lliialt.
Left nn ba-s- Yale, 7' Cornell, a. Klrst ba.- 011
b.ills o:f sutterby. 2. off lunipelly. I struck
nut lly Hrjant, t; by Kussrll, 2, b sutterby. 2
by pumpelly. .1 I'ti-nil ball Clary. Wild
pitches Ilryant. Sutttrby, Hussell I inplrrs
staitord and Wilnoa. Time 1 hours and 25
COMMERCE SECOND BEST NINE.
Ilarn HntlnK hy Its l'utiiiirl or
('Union, Score 1 In fl.
The High School of Commerce rates
as the second best scholastic nine tn
Manhattan nnd The ltronx .is a result
of Its victory esterday at Manhattan
Field over De Witt Clinton by a scorn
of 13 to 9, The Commerce lads won
out In the last three Innings, In which
they scored teven runs. The game wns
one of many wrangles and took up three
and one-half hours. Tho score;
It. II. V..
lilnton 3 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 11 a
Cumnierce . 0 2 211013 X 13 11 7
llnttrrles (Minion, (Jr.ibiiiu. sccaritii
and lll.ilr. Comiiiarie. N.ixU, Holm. m ml
INSIDE BALL BY WESLEYAN.
Trinity Falls In Score, AlthnnKli
C.ettlnc Ten lilts.
Mipplktowk, Conn., May 31 By u
perlor Inside baseball Wesleyan de
feated Trinity, 6 to 0, on Andrews Field
here to-day. Although Trinity made ten
lilts on Lannlng. Wesleynn'a Infield
saved the day. Wesleyan got eight hits,
but they were bunched, and Ollhooly
of Trinity made an error which was
responsible for a run.
The Hed and Hlack got two In the
sixth on n homo run by Kenan with a
nun on base. Capt. (Hlhooiy of Trin
ity made a doublo play unassisted In
the second Inning. The score;
It. 11 1:.
Trinity oooOftOftn 0 0 10 3
Wesleyan 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 x Sal
latteries Swift and Carpenter; Lannlng
RUTGERS LOSES TO COLGATE.
.lerseynien llrr Oftrn nml Onthrr
(Inly Three Hits.
IItioa, May SI. Colgate University
took advantage of tho mlsplaye) of the
Hutgera team o-day and won, 0 to 1,
on Whltnall Field. Hamilton. The vis
itors made four errors and these were
piomptly followed by clever batting
which netted Colgate's victory. I licks
was effective and only three singles weio
gathered by the Now Jersey men.
Jennings, fnr Itutpers, won erraflc nt
times and wuh found particularly easy
by llittlliider Kdgarlon, who connected
safely threo times. Van Alstynn oh.
tallied two blows, one for three bases.
The acot e :
It. II. 1:
Hlltgers noooooiooi 3 1
Colgate 1 0 0 2 1 0 3 0 x 6 7 2
Hatterles Jennings and Herg; I licks
Tufts I'lnnta liny Stair AkhIcs).
MEnrnan, Mass., May 31. Tufts won
an easy victory over Massachusetts
Agricultural College to-day, 10 tn 2,
The visitors fielded loosely and John
son Issued many pnsses. Tufts got four
runt In the third Inning without a hit,
lle passes and nn Inllcld error being
responsible. The wore :
It. II i:
Mass. A. C... 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 7
TntU 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 5 x 10 0 3
llatterlea W'hlttaker and Carroll, John
son und Hrooks.
Syracuse lllitnlsa Crrscenf,
A two base hit by Hamilton In the
sixth Inning wllth a man on second
ix ml third was responsible for the vic
tory that Syracuse University scored
over the banelmlt team of the Cr( scent
Atllleitc Club at llay IIMku ealeidit,
Tho xcore 1
it. 11 1:
Syracuse.,. Oft0002flO 0 2 .", 1
Cresient A. C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 c r,
ll.itlerles Turnura and Morgan; Bmlth
Lee and llutlor.
AMHERST TAKES ANOTHER.
Williams (Jets Only One Han In Ms
Wj.mA.mstown, Mass., May 31. In
n return gamo with Williams here to
day Amherst again defeated tho I'urple,
fi to 1, The visitors piled up four runs
In the first Inning and added another on
See's homes In the second, but were able
to score only once during the remainder
of the contest.
Williams's only tally was made In th
sixth. Swain singled and circled tho j
bases on Michlcr's Ions hit to centre I
r 1 I
aim ..luiernaii s error.
Itoblnson for Amherst allowed only
four scattered bits. Young steadied!
down after tho second and kept the
gamo well In band. The score
AMIIllllST. I WILLIAMS.
ab h p A et ab h p a e
Itome.rf, , 5 1 0 n oistatler.lf ...30100
liiHKtrli-ll,.1ll. 3 0 14 OjToolilll.cf.. .41100
-McTernnn.lf.,3 0 0 1 1 ("lark, as .3 0 4 2 0
(noilrlile,lb4 III I 01Swaln,3b. -31301
SwAicy.ef, 4 3 3 1 lMlenrr.c. ..41431
llrnnn.M. .3042 niPArsnns.Jb. .3 0 3 2 0
Mutiroe,2b .3 0 3 4 OiJonea.rt.. .3 (I .1 U 0
.ce.c. 13 5 1 ol.Srlliert.lb .10 4 10
llobln.nin,p...3,l 3 4 0!Yount,p.,...3 13 5 0
Totals. 53 8J7l"j TotAls. 2S 427IS 7
Ainherat 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 t-
Wllllains,., , 0 0 0 0(10 1 0 0 1
Iluns Amherat Comlrlch, McTrrnAn, Cnod
rliUe. SwAiey, Zee. 2; Williams Swain. Lett
un liasea llllams, 11; Amherat. 5. liret baao
nn error -Ainhrrai. I. Two liAse hit Home.
Three bAsc lilt SwaxeJ Home run- Zee.
Stolen bases -liark. 3. (iiuKlrlrh. 2. McTeruAn,
out lly otinp, 4: by Hoblnsnn, 4. I lrt baae
on balls On S onne, 6: on Knlilnann, 5. Hit
by pitched bAll Hy Itoblnson (Jonesi. Wild
nhrh Knlilnkftn. iai.i hnlla Mlrhtrr. Zee.
Double play Hrnwn to (iooilrlch. lime
hour and 40 minutes.
PEDALS IN FOURTH
Iicaten in Title Contest at
Newark Velodrome liy
' . . .
I TWO IirilT IN ACCIDENTS
I tllatted for Campbell In the ninth lunlns. ! ''' CM In and out gnme was played.
1 Newark. May 31. Frank L. Kramer. . Hrnwn.. n 4 o o o o 2 ft 4-m! ' this late game II. C. I'hlpp. .1. S.
i the American national sprint cycle cham- Harvard 2200430 0 0 11 , Thlpps. .1. II. (trace and I). Mllburn
" . ' ' , .. ' , ' Hiins-llrown- Murray. Ilablncton. 2. John-, wero oppo.ed to C. C Itumey. L. U,
I plon, wns beaten this afternoon at tne ,tn,3; cram. 2: orm.by. Donovan. Cronel" St,Kldnrd, J Waton Webb and J M
' Velodrome after having bad a string of jjarvar, Abbmt. I'Wj.. Nah.( 2: ;;; v.,terl,ufy The mounts were in ex'ce'p
1 unbroken triumphs this season. The crowe'il. 11 in l Innltic-. Stolen bate-John- t' mnlly good form and f,it on the turns
..... . . t ...a Miflf-it.nl Mtfim.
' I' i'i ...i.-. .... -- -
,ii,iii rir fnp the seneuin and
plonshlp races lor Hie seaeum nnu
Kramer In ft tl'ltl of four in tne nnni
lli-.lh lllli." ii.-ii inn..
Tho winner was Alfred (Irenda. Al- j j
fred (Joullct wns second and Hob Spears
, ti, .... timtici. nnrA ins rarmaraa '
, ...v -
, of tdimlng on tho part of Orenda and
(ioullet. a practice which has been the ,
bane of cycling for some time nnd which 1
It was thought John M. Chapman, the'
new timnaitcr of the Velodrome, had
Th finnt iw.st tin. n fla-sco as far as
a race went. (Irenda won without any ' annual Held day on Ohio Field yestenlay.
enntw-t. with a half a lap to spare, in the morning the litterfraternlty tne
Ooullet then started out for second . ball tournament and the lnterfraternity
place, with Kramer following an Spears ! 830 yard relay race took place. I'r
third. At the bell Spears moved out
ahead of Kr.uper, pocketing the latter.
(Ioullet sped away, with Spear second.
Kramer having to back out. Ooullet
gut the place, with Spears next.
In one of tho seml-tlnals (Irenda set
the pace, with (Ioullet on. and they fin- !
I ii-rii-il in that ortlcr, l.ouuet apparently
tunning no euori to taxo nrsi piace, no
j and (Irenda qualifying.
Walter A. l.vurie. director of the csacx
County Hoard of Freeholders, presented
.1 large etlver loving cup as a trophy
for the umntuirs to ride for. the winner
being designated by tho one who has the
highest total of p'o.nts next fall. The
! exi nt yesterday was a half mile dash.
! Freddv Whitney of the New York A. C.
won, with August lllig of Irvlngton
..., 11 i ..e e... i.- Z
Tim entire field of professionals fdl!
.11 thu second heat of the three team
match race. Cicsar Monettl, leading.
swung up In front of Alfred 1 Irenda as
the latter went to take Jackie, ( lark.
! his teammate, Into tho lead. Ibith
(Ireniln and Mnretll went down and all
j the other riders tumbled over them,
('lark c.ime near going over the fence,
, but eseapul by throwing himself front
his whe.l. Freddie Hill, tho only one
badly hurt, got a broken collarbone and
a gash 011 the side of the head. Tho
j race was called off.
There was another accident during the
racing. l;rtc lietz, 20 years old, an 1 visitors first baseman, was able tn ce'
amntfttr, was riding a bicycle when he 1 a hit. Jenkins also made a three bng
fell, striking his head, suffering concu. j Her. J. Itenxer, with two elnglrs and a
slon of the brain, lie was rushed to the two bagger, did the most clouting fur
City Hospital, where his condition was
admitted to be critical.
Amateur Open Won hy F
J Whitney: August Ijtne.
Ohrt. third; Walter White, fourth.
1 minute 3-3 second,
Half .Mil, N r A. Championship Pro
fessional Won by Alfred Orenda: Alrre.l
I (intillet, sHi-nrid; Hubert Hpeara. third.
, Frank L Kramer, fourth Time, 1 minute
I Tn-n-thlnU Mile Match Itace. I'rofes.
atonal Marcel litipuy. I'mnce, vs. negate
Mc.NamnrH, Australia. Won by Diinuy (n
two etralght beat Time last eighth nf
niPo 12 t-i seiomls and 12 2-.1 sretinds,
line Mile tn.ll.llr.,. I f ,. .. .! t t ,1.
I slnnal Won by Kred W,hr, IliO )aide
I Willi, Ilanley, (0 ..ir.ls. seemid, Jake
I s,'"!,.'nr,u') e?ir.rtM "'tn'1 . W.l,"lr. Co.1,ur'V
iJariirih.'T.me. tiLJV?W .X
l....!1' Nl!!r .Handicap. Amateur Wnn hv
I William W'elner. :co lards, a. I.. Knnn.
2i,o ynnls, seinnd: Oils Kilngel, 90 yards.
third, Ull'lmn lVrrls, 5;o vnrda, foiirlh.
Time 3 minutes !, 1 1 sei nmls.
Tko Ml.e HAniliean. Professional Wns
hv Kred Wrder, 2(0 vard, Hohhv Wat
Ihnur. '.'to vards, second , Al llalst,n.l,
200 yards, third. Hrneat Jnkus. I r jards,
fiiurtb. Time. .1 minutes (3 seconds
WINS RUN IN LAST 10 YARDS.
Harry Schctrrn Units Ten in nin to In
(irei'iixx Idi VlllHgf llnee,
Harry Schetzen of tho Itrownst llle
Field Club sn.it. lied victory from a team
mate yesteiday In winning the nnnti.il
tb'ce und a half mile npnn novice run
held In liieenwlch Village, stiirtnlg frmn
i 1 'ti til It- S'-hnol fi.',, nt, Iluilmn und liuii,
j Mm streets After r uing iiliuosl In.
Ki-iniT nnni tin ei-cnnii nine scntien
caught Murray I.evlne ten viirdH from
tin, lann and niilfooteil hi nim.iiu.iit 1...
1 yatd In the last dash. .1. Lydnn of
lluly Cross Lyceum, Wm w.ia thlnl
home, was more than llfty yards be
hind I.evlne. Sixty-eight runnels
started, hut six found the course stiff
and de. hied to ride home In an emer
gency wagon tli.it tinlled tho Held.
The teim prlzu was also won by the
Hrownsvlllo club athletes, who had 29
points. Tho Ozaniin Athletic Assncla.
tluli, which was second, had SO points,
while tho Carmine Street (Ijinnaslum,
In third pluce. had CI points.
Sacred llrnrl Athletes Shine,
HtT nilAMOR. MllV 31 Allile(,.u ,.t
U.....e,l llerirl ('hiirnli nf lllno,,,,l,.l.l .....!".'' !i .f.nr 2 '' I'm Kin.:-1
thn Holy .Smiiii Society's Held day at
Wlttsessing I'ari! to.uiiy. roints wetn'""""r" wre r.-aisiereu ny 11. i;art.
won ns follows! Sacred Heart, 111; Our
L.tdv Help ,-,f Chrlatiatis, h'art Or.-.ugo,
S. Immaciiliie Conception, Motitclnlr,
and Holy N.uno fhttivli, HnH Ornngo, C
each, and Ht .lolin's, Orange, t'. Leu
Hrndy and Udward Ilullli wert the
CLEANUP HITS GIVE
LAUREL TO HARVARD
Ilardwick Clouts Homer With
flngs Full, nricklcy Triple
in Similar Pinch.
. . tnn in
IIIUHiN HhA lTA II IU IW
Pnovinr.NCK, May 31. Ttrown I'nl-
-i,, fnr .h. mvible.il cot-
r..n, n man... lur n,B
lege championship went agllmmerlng hi hools, n field which has proved most
thts afternoon when the Harvard team 1 fertile In the past. Columbia's adopted
earned a- victory In a free hitting game, 1",ve 10 y by themselves
score 11 to 10. Tho homesters pounded Tii0 committee put Into force another
Mahnn for seventeen hits. The visitors 1 rule which has been virtually In exist
got eleven, but managed to mako them , 'ico for 11 long time, thnt of limiting a
when they counted tho most, n.arley , JJ? ,c&Jfrt,lnJ..rirl
Hrlcklcy made a home run with the nimilar to those passed by tho Inter
bases choked and Ilardwick tripled 1 collegia to Basketball League and Indl
with the bases loaded. Two more liar- '",0 th,,t a compromise Is desired.
vard runs were scored when Krye 1'" BOWL THREE GAMES ON GREEN.
homer, nnd tbe other two c.imo tn "
1. 1 .... 1 -i .. . 1 . 1 1 n !
.Iiv ijir. lulling .'II Vl.un iiiiiiii
iiiunii iiiuua 1. KI..11 11111 in .111- nil.,.
Inning, but fell one short of tying the 1
score. In this Inning six men In a :
row hit safely, one of III clout being
n triple by Ormsby with two men on
base. Dnminn of llrown mado four
hits and Haidwlck of Ilarvnrd four in
as many times at bat.
I Crowcll started In to pitch for llrown.
but was hit bnrd nnd nt the end of the
sixth gavo way to Cram, who held the
visitors scorelesi the remainder of tho
game nnd did not allow a hit.
ab h pa el ab h. p a e
Dlke.lf . ilio n Abbott. :li 4 1 .1 .1 I
Amlrews.lb 5 213 1 n.frye.rt. 5 .1 o n o
Murruy.3b.. I 1 I r, 3 Na.h.lli 4 1 II I 0
llAblnrton.Jti.l S 1 1 oKIannett.ef.. R o o o 0
.lohn.tnn.as .4 2 o 3 0 Harte.c.. .3 0 7 3 01
I'raill.rf.n 5 t 3 3 0 llnrilwbk.Sbl I 3 .1 o '
Ormitiy.cf.. 5 2 3 0 ii'Hrlrkley,lf...5 1 I o n
iinnovan.c. .. I 4 n n( Manan.p... i " i i m
Crnwell.p.. .3 0 0 2 0 Deed.s.. 4 1 0 2 2,
Murnnv. . l o o o o - - -
I amplie ,rf .1 0 0 ll 01
m-bur.. -i 1 10 o
. Total. 42172711 2'
CampliHI.rf .1 0 0 o Ol Totals. 4011271a 3
llallnl for rrmrnll In the iltlh Inntnir
mou. 1 wo nane nil -iiaruw r. ..a-n iiin -
iwt.c una iinniwirK. iianininiiii. .nui-i'
1....- I.I. . 1. .... i-t, n.l.l..,1, nnnal.t
"nine runi 1 rye. iiriemry. iianinirinn nai--1
hit Mnrfav nmibr n:av lle.il to
. ll.l.l...tnn Sfcn.
r,sr. i.iitrf... iimU ma.-, iterii tn
Abtiott to ,.nh. struck nut- lly omweii.
I by Cram, 1. by Mati.ni, 7 lir b.ie nn bVI
Off Cnmell. 2. off Cram, r of! Mahan. 3 l'ai il
naii-nane. 1111 ny pitcnm nan nyt rmvi-u-
II a rt. tl.h.n I'lr. I.. .n nn rrrir- HniWTi.
3 llarvanl, 2.' Left nn ba- llron 11. to Har-
...ill ..nii'iir- i.k'iii nun ..ii.iiki.1!.
2 hours and 12 minutes
PHI DELTA SIGMA IS FIRST.
V. V. Accountant Hold Their 1
Annual Field liny.
The New York 1'nlvrrslty School of
Commerce. Accounts and Finance held lt
Iiotta Sigma was an easy winner In
In the mile run Hacoosln of the var
sity took first place, finishing nearly a
hundred jards ahead of Taylor The
10" Yard P.ih Won t.v M SiimTierf.M
1 M rternsteln. second. H
cat :iei.. intra
Tune, 10 4-5 seconds
440 Yard riash--Vnn by M nerns-eln
;r(;",, "" '
T Ji yard "linn Wen hv It. r.aeeo.ln. M
nnrtv. second. I., c.ossweln, third T'me.
2 minutes 13 2-S seconds.
" ""'L ' iniVj' .1 if? ti .
; J. eV,T .eeS1'0"1"' "' T,m'
in pound Shot Put Won by S. bserJor
1 W. Splndler. second, o Sa'lck. third lUs-
tune,, 41 feet 9 Inches.
llroad Jump Won by W Meftowan. r
I Il.trrett, second;
lance, ;n teet
lllfh Jump- -won tiy I sieKinen ji
Kernsieln. e,-find M Summerf" I il lrd
Height. I fral 3 Inches.
JENKINS GIVES ONLY ONE HIT.
.V. Y, (Je Seven Itnns 11 ml
Simla Out Union.
SotiENrcTAOT. May 51 - .Ir-ik
pitching tine ball for Union, broii-n'
! victory to the Harriet earn over 'be
College of the City of New York here
this afternoon, 7 to n. K.ghtei n men
' fanned, nnd but one butter, l'arr,-:i. the
the home club
llosenberg pitched good ball until the
sixth Inning, when after two out'leld
errors, he weakened. Ho was wt !
supported by the Infield, which twice
figured In double plas. The score.
ll If n
r r. N. v o o ft ft o ft ft o o - o t
t'ntnn nooftoiltx ! I t
H tileries Hosenberg and il'i'onuel'
Jenkins and !' IIcimt
Scotty Fnrrell Whole Miimt.
Siotty Farrell, tho M nib itt.m i'..
.leg" pitcher, was tile whole show Im
leading the local college basilrill team
' to H ''.iisy victory over the S.-i n
I "all nine at Van Nest IH.,1 .ve,,en..
by a score of 0 to 3 He allnwi-d t n
South Orange nlno only four b't-.
e ..i ,.,.?.,,, !....,. i i.i- .
r-s....... .......... .e , e. , .
work, with a double and a triple, si n-c I
'enough inns to defc.it Seton ll.ill .I'uii.'
it. li r.
Seton Hnll SftftOftftfttft s, (
Mnnhattnii . 0300040.' x '1 11 n
llaiterlee Kerrigan and lili; l'.nre'
Vale VnuiiKslers l)otii llnriiiril,
Camiiripok, May 31,- Y11I0 '1 I-.it
the Haivnrd 'IS team, 7 to 3, In tlur
annual came this afternoon. A Im-.,
nf urrors coupled with llmelv hi'ilm;
III the llfth inning pi'ivnl Haiv.nr
undoing, four runs Mining, liuiill
pitched effectively for tho Vale fi.ei
men, Hllowilig but four siallend I1I1
The score :
R if r
v.iie. -s n n n n ( i 0
1 Harvard. 'I t .. ft 0 0 0 2 0 0 I 0 :i 1
' Halier es H irlleld nml M it, ,,n II !,-
coi It mid Sti pliens
BENSONHURST BATS WELL.
lletiHOnhurst drfesled Hrnoklvn ycnor
day 'In lb. Metropolitan League . ri. ket
series at Ulnier 1'nrk hv 3:1 tun
llvrlvn had the besi record ulih tbe bull
fur llensoiihurst with three wi. Iiets it a
mst nf 22 runs, Heiisnnliurst tot tiled i:,7
und lliouklMi reipniidi',1 ulth us
Tha Metropolitan League chiiniplunsbin
fame between Mauhattiin and Kini-a
County nt I'roapert Park resulted In iH .1
of the Mnnliaitaiis by a margin "t :t.1
runs. Hi tli sides bulled wed the Mu,-
iriu.in geiiing un .inn tr. Ktnga I'minti 1
lOlllll tlll.lllllIK 1 JO. I" S Hal i.lll'lieol1
county k. i- r;ei wns tap norer iii
I n spleinll.! Innings of 14 not mu. ,,,t I
Wllllains and I; J AtW'nml. .Xt
Suusa had tho heat bowing reoord
The Stohs and tha aingarl u'nel
drawn ram, at Prospect
t I'a t. '.. s
nailing nrsi, running up ln.t. tun
eeven wickets on the V.Ingari lenm
fallen when the Ulna limit was up
total wuk al'.
COLUMBIA BARS FRESHMEN.
"VetT Hull- Applies Only In Miljor
Spurts, .Not llnskrtlinll,
A radlrnl departure from Columbia'
tiaiiitionui stnnd In regard to eligibility
ruled was taken yesterday. The com.
i hi tteo on athletics decided to bar here-
"fr fixi'men from competing on
' mi ileslgn.itcd were football, crew, base-
, ImII and track. As basketball was not
; iM'luded, It appears that Columbia will
not comply with the decree lsue,1 hv
th'i lntercottcgluto H.irltctball League,
eliminating fn-shmcn from playing on
ti tmattv it.-..
Wuiwi i,,w,n n,i n..ir. ne..i.
n i 1 i ', ? ? H"
ltll(irs ti (( ()) hnm n
"" fiini nnoihn university can
" " ""A V...111 1111 1 in 1 any sori. jnis
.,., t,i, tM ,, b rrn,lnnu
I . . . . . .
IlrioLIn C Iti It .llenilier Ont on
I'roMHTl I'nrW I'nrnde ('rounds.
The Brooklyn Howling on the (Ireen
fill. Ilnl.l I,- l.nll.t... 1 ....
f!r011 of ,,,0 y'i R.Vk parade
yeterd.iy afternoon. Three
Ciiiich wero played as follows:
No. 1 M. McNeil, skip; W. IUlnl.fr. W.
A. l.e-r. A lloat. 31. Nn. ll). Dyer, ekln.
... ,'trn ii., i ... .m!ii-k,i j-, nonne,
Nn. 3 IV Hriilr. ahln. A H Cnmnh.il
r W Sallnr. JH No. 4 Dr. D.ana, Vklp!
II hint', I. it. limlnir. 13.
Vr, w-. Morrl-nn, skip: A Itnney,
1 J Mnrrl.nn. K. fs. oil, 21. No. C W. Dun'
i.ii. sk.p. J. Scnlt. y. Taylor, Jr., t). An
, ib-rinn, 11
IPHIPPS POLO TEAM SUCCUMBS.
fM tIt r-, ,
'", ,n "" "" After liners
Ciipllirril ii- Itninsey rt Al
WKSTnrnr, L. I.. Iay 31. Two games
i ,.r ..i . .. . .
I , J""" ' ""w- iirons to.
,ii in,; illumine iiit-r wiia ;t i.iai
practice game and this evening, follow-
I '" """l .triv. It apieil'
i 1 -ie i.nii.r le.-im .ton niiernn nn r n ,iv.
-rrt-,y.-,.M. . -....1.-
1 ...-... i ..- ,i-u,u. iwuiiiniiirui
games win neg:n nt ureat .seek, tho way
In Ing for the third (Treat Neck chal-
lencc cup. The games are for teams of
four, under tho existing handicap. To
morrow ('rent Neck Wanderers and
M.miIuw HriNik Macplea play. On
Wednesday (Treat Neck and Cooperstown
a' d tin- ilnal will be on Saturday.
frlfllnn tn a
me In first."
cants are as
nccss iry to a
racint: car as
due to the per
"All of our notable
were nude while
"I con.iii r Dixon's
blle I uhrieants
superior tu any
' a ,
COLUMBIA EVENS UP
WITH CHINESE TEAM
Lester Lane's Three Hits Count
in Two of the Winners'
OAMKIS WITHOUT KIMtOHSI.irST NOSES OFT It II ODES
Lester Lane's batting proved useful to
Columbia yesterday on South Field and
enabled tho Hlue and White nine to
win, S to 4, nnd square 'accounts with
Chinese University for last year's de
feat. Lane banged out three hits, two
counting In the score. He played n star
game behind the bat, getting ten put
ouLs. After doubling In the slxlh Inning
he stole tliltil. On n double steal ..0
died nt tho plate.
The gamo was played without errors.
Slim Jim O'Neale pitched well for seven
Innings and then began to sag. Ooftrh
Conkley pulled him out In the ninth
after two singles had netted tho Ha
waiian' fourth run. Smith saved lhe
day by fanning tet.
Columbia got n winning start In the
M-cond Inning. Frledrtch tallied the
first run hy scoring on Hann'n Infield
out after gottlng nround to third by n
pass and l'age's double. Huncko got a
fluky double when his high fly fell safe
ten feet In front of homo plate, Page
scored, and Iluncke followed him Uter
on Lane' single to right.
Tho winning run was tallied when
Hobby Watt singled to centre In the
llfth, moved to second on Henson's sac
rifice and scooted to third when Hoseff
llled to right. Frledrlch drew a pass
and the. old teammates pulled a double
steal. The score:
CIII.ST.Si: If.N'IV. I COI.UMHIA
Ab n ns e
Ab h p a e
4 1 1 n 11
3 12 0 0
4 o 2 1 0
2 0 0 1 0
3 3 3 1 0
3 0 n 3 o
.3 1 4 5 0 W'.itt.Jb
.4 1 0 1 0 Hrnsiili.cf
3 0 10 n)ltnsr-ff.3b
4 2 3 1 0 rrlrdii.ss
4 0 2 0 nll'aice.lf . .
4 1 2 0 0 Haiill.lb.
3 1 A 0 0 lluncke.rr
4 1 4 11 11 i.nne.c
3 310 (I O
3 0 0 2 (llO'.Neale.p. 2 fl 2 2 0
smith. p 00000
32 724 0 0 -- - -
I Totals 2s A 27 s 0
0 3 U 1 1 0 II 0 A - 4
tlnns- Chinese J. Chin. Mark. I.rc Kin:
Ciiiiinilila Watt, I'rlrUrlrh. Pace. 2, Iluncke
Three base lilt -I,nl. Two base lilts l ate
Lane. Iluncke. Sacrifice hit llenaon, llann
Stolen tia.es Watt, rrledrleh. Lane. Lett on
u.ssrs v innr-..-, ... . oiuiiii'iii, iiumiir i'in
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I'orUham. Time- 2 hours and 3 minutes,
"A sense of safety
"I used Dixon's and
In the future I In
tend uslnu' them
in all the cars that
Not One But All
The Indianapolis Race was a great contest
from every angle cars, equipment, skill
and nerve. With fame, records and prizes at
stake, with death the pacemaker on each lap,
every one of these great drivers agreed on
Not one of these men received a penny,
directly or indirectly, for using Dixon's
Graphite Automobile Lubricants.
Here is a great national lesson for every
driver of every car. For safety, easy driv
ing and longer life of your car, use Dixon's
Graphite Automobile Lubricants. Ask your
dealer or garage man for Dixon's Graphite
Grease No. 677. Try it in your transmission
Write for Dixon' t Lubricating Chart
JOSEPH DIXON CRUCIBLE COMPANY
1827 Jersey City, N. J.
Kntt ios received loo Into
for portraits, but all
usitifr. Dixon's Graphite
Automobile Lubricants :
I KIX FINISHES FIRST
IN 25 MILE PEDAL
j Seven .Minute Man Lends Field
of I HO in Coney Island
Henry Ktx. wearing the colors of th
I'hnplre City Wheelmen, won the open
twenty-five mile Coney Island handicap
race conducted under tln nilplces of hlu
club along the Ocan I'arl'.way course
yesterday morning. Klx had 11 seven
mlnutn allowancn and barely tinned out
a teammate, W, llhodea, In 1 hour X
minutes .1.1 seconds actual time.
It was the first race of tho Hrooklyn
cycle (.'tiMtslu since 1307 and n field of
100 pedal pushers answered the revival
call and tried tn win one or morn of
the fifty prizes. Liberal handicaps kept
the scratch men away hack nt the finish
of tho Inst lap. Tom Heltow was the
first honor man tn finish and h ciruld
do no better than thirtieth place. II
showed high speed, however, coming
within less than a mlnuto of the record
made by Kddle Forre.st of 1 ,02 : hack
The Kmplre City Wheelmen carried
ofr the bulk of the prizes, rlnl-hlng e'lght
men In the first ten. The course was
crowded with old time bike fans. For
his speed Tom Hvllow recclwil the Joe
Fogler diamond medal valued at J73,
He beat out Frank Fisher of Hrooklyn
for the prize by less thiin a wheel, The
l'oi Name mid Club M . ll.M.S
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2 W. l(lioili', Knipirr City W i i 04 JJ
3 1' Knil.-iy-.cjti. empire. City W St 1 rii jjj
4 T. V. Hall. I 'leu i;iv. ! I) am) trj 34
5 .1 ll.' Itoni. Kiiiolrc City W .. 1; :tn 1 mull
e C. K Howe. Kuiuic t'ltv W.. 1, 3u I (is 1:,
7 Nat (luttiifl. Kmiure City W. 3 mi 1 01 114
aA Aiunb, I'.nitiire City V . .ZD im ill
K-K Hi'liwell, Irt ill Club .' 1 04 HI
10 K V Konl, Kmimu City W , Jul 1 01 111
11 K IVzroiU, Knipire City W .. 3 M 101 HI
!'- I. (i iltney Kmpire City W ; 31 1 or, 4i
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II W Wilk.-n Coni-v 1-1 A C wo 1 Dii 1S
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half the effort
beintr lubrh atcd
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word, that mffi.
ci. ntly express
my confidence In
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them In every
rare that I have
i shall lie
tm cry anxtmi
In gel Dixon's
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