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THE SUN, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1916.
Reich Barred From Willard's Camp Yankee Colts Defeat Regulars Thorpe Fattens His Batting Average
mm YANKEE HAS NO BOXER CA N KNOCK OUT
FLOUNDER IN WIND
OVERTON TO RACE
I ERTLE WHIPS ZULU
KEEPING ABREAST OF
THE SPORTING TREND
NEW KNUCKLE BALL WILLARD, SA YS DONOVAN
KID IN FAST BOUT
Piero.v's Wnres Take Fancy
Ducks as They Shoot Past
the lint tor.
BAKKH A PINCH HITTER
Macon, do.. March 13. William
ncrcy. one or me many cau.iiti.ues ior . ket-iliiK with the autocratic rulhiK of
n position as pitcher on the Y.mkee ' rhalrnmn Fred Wanck of the Mluto
team, entertained a smnlV hut select Athletic Commission handed out atur
circle of observers lo-d-ay with a knuckle day night the club management cluuged
ball which took "nicy ducl ami swerves tl0 admission. Wherefore the spectator.
M It gyrated from him to the backstop J were limited to such an met with the np
who wan receiving. This knuckle lull of ' proval of Wlllard nnd his mnnaRerial
the tall mid youthful California!! wan an .staff.
Interesting development of the morning'
practice and It looked like a lr.il! with !
thrower could do a gleat deal ! ll''" vnUV? m""" m
, , , , , , , ithe New ork Athletic Club. Ill
service If ho coibd control lt.u.a ro followed every move and action
Tt liml :i l nf of sneed. Iient tlie re.
clvers httv rrtiing thtlr hands In the'"ve minutes he was exercising. A look (
Place lor I! mm sauru away irom uie
batter ot a downward obtlipie, with a '
sharp detour ,.s It left a stratum line. !
,, . . ... , ,
after the manner of the emery ball.
Tile practice game or tlie iiiiks tills I
afternoon whs poorly played and
dragged, although the witlti-r was rlnc
for baseball. The regulars were beaten,
6 to 3, and were wabbly at the hat and
In the held.
They could not do anything with Cul
loji or Shocker, the former a left bander,
the other a spltWil. specialist, and not
much more with Slim luc. the lengthy
outhpaw who Ditched for Team It tho
la i thiee Inning., ai-d If It hadn't been
for Team H s errors the regular. wouldn't
have mired at all.
For that matter, alt of Team It's runs,
bunched In one Inn. fig. were traceable .
to errors. Team II couldn't do anything
at all with Shaw key or Hlodgett, but
accumulated six ruim off Russell, the 1
aide arm spltlsuler. in l.c seventh In-.
nlng. With good support not a im. would '
unsteail, necrtlieus. him tnre naro
Hit balls were mixed In Willi poor Viasi: .. , . , tumble-
by Magee. Cledcoii and Pecklnpaugh. ' J""0 I '' ',ot f lx ?. j ""'J x '
Lutden ma.le a , bagger In , thl .tilling M ttaVuo.rt S
and Angel Aragon from the Antilles U)WI) kM0,nK ,e tampion and saying!
banged out n triple and u single during,.
the run laden tound.
J Franklin ltaker took part in the
affray, lie wa In only for a minute
however. His hand wont permit of
hl doing any lidding yet. but he served 1
In the capacity of pinch hitter In the
aevcuth. Willi two on bases Donovan rival. Thete m' to I no doubt that
Mnt him to the plate and he took a j Kewanee Tom Is t ry ItiK desperately to
crack at the Ilrsl ball pitched by Kus-1 renlgi- on a verbal contract he m ide w 1th
ell. He lifted a long tly to Mn-.ee. ; lllumetithal In the presence of a Hum
Ain't tic two luse tunucif advanced, .r of newspaper men. He assured the
Magfe's tluoWip not being the best in Helen camp 1 3 Ml for Al's erIl. Now
the hoi 11. 'Jones says that he did not employ It' loll
Hartzell and MhIm-I. late cripples, as a sparring paitner for .les and thai
came back ready for business. Maisel lllunieiithal and Al may ko chas them
played centre for the restu.ars, but did selves foi t'e liOD.
not shine either as a tlelder or a hitter. ' Hluinenthal, who characterizes the in
Ollhooley made his dally III!, and others J t'tude of Jones us 'shabby treatment."
who battel safely lor Team A were . fs und-cb'.ed as to what meth-d of vlndl
llendryx. Pe'k. wltn two singles, and cation to puisne. He has nsur-d Te
Walters. I.iiyden made two hits for P.ukard that n will make no mow that
.!.. . .uioe, one. .u. v"o ...i.
Cullop one. ,
Ponovan had his second shift of out-
fielders on Team 11. these being Hrown.
Layden and Miller. Instead of High. 1
hendryx and Co.ik. lie Iras three nets '
of outtleldeis and works different sets
pn Team Hon alternate days. i
The scoie by Innings:
Ttum H. 0 0 ii (i (i o s n n ., j .
Team A o u u 1 : 3 i I
lutterle. Cu.b.p. shiuker. V'T'
lStu."ii! wi'ur" anil NunainaktrV !
The National Sici.rity I.ea.ue has I
T;iel to Ca.nt. Huston from New York
asking for the view of me New York
layers on prepnre.lnei, for national de
fence. The i lub has replied that It Is
Hong for preparedues. favoring In
crruseis In the nrm, navy, aviation ami
Hobert Qulnn, the Columbus b iseball
wan. was her- and nought out Messrs.
.... tsuuu,...,, ..u n.iiiir !"
nt. laiem. i
OLSON FIRST TO BE BANISHED. '
, .... I
lltlcr lli-uclieN Him When !(
tmplcloiisl.i Strikes liln Fucr.
,.,l,., .,.,. ... ..,,,...
o i..'.."i,' ..'.. .... i
v"" MiKiii.ui. inn- iiiciiiuii .,.,.. teams
a score of 10 to is In a game In which r'"'" 11 1
changes were rung In uith.uch tre- , .
quency that It was next to inuVsibk. to I K,nn" w ,,h To,,M
keep a box stole after the first three i Tol.Et'O. Ohio. . March 13. 1,. It.
Innings. This was due to Manager Hob-' (Steve) Kvans. formerly of the St. Louis
Inson's deelre to give every athlete an 1 Nationals, to-d ly signed a contract with
opportunity to t-how his ability. Almost the Toledo Anierl.an Association club
xery boxnian wan throw n Into the fray and will leave Wednesday with the ret
and by the end of the game every player ! of IlresnahanV so,uad for Dawson
as leg weary. Sprlnas. Ky.. to train. Kvans will pliy
.Notwithstanding the frequent cisnnje:. right Held. lie Jumped from the St.
It was a much bettt-r game than tlu i.onls Nationals to the Uronklyn Fed
core shows Sou- after the game erals. later going to ltaltlmorc.
tarted Olton In end. avorlng to reach the
piuie euner a.cKeu up tlie du-t in em
pire Hlijlei's face or threw it there and
tie wan chased off the Held for the day
Young lllckiuin. who played centre
for the Colts, showed plenty uf speed
When he got on the bases. His fielding
wan of such a churacur that he had the
veterans watdilng his every move. No
fly seemed too I'.llllcult for him to grasp
and most of his chances were anything
but easy. The score:
Colts 00300500 : to' ti j
Regulars .... o J 1 0 i 0 1 u 0 s 11 3
Thres hae hlt rillnhaw, Tu ln,f .t.
AlkCK Ulleal. D.M.im. Sliillli I ' .1 ii 1 1
O. -Miller. Stolen luen -llii itniiin. iy ilar'i. ' " " ' ' '
lt, McCaJly, i'utli,i 111'.- ort l-tlmt
4 In three Innings, oft I'fMfer. I In thrce WOT SPRINGS RACING RESULTS
Innings; off Kternnn. i In three Iniililg.i , nUA orftlnuo vylU XVCOUiilO.
off liueitrr, i In three ltilriKi "It Dell. I i
In three liinlngi; olf Cooinl.n, 3 In Hire,. In- Klral Hee--Knr uinldrnH nvn-s SAr-olds;
nlnn. I'lmt hut- on hulls tiff I'rlest. I; .hiiiik. inime JIlco; ),rrr nnd hnlf fur
eff ritevenson. S; off c'oum, 1. uif Dell, j I ni! i'aU Pp. II" ' Murphy!. 7 to -.'. II to
gtrurJc nut .ny Priest, 1: l.v stevenann, 1,1,-, Mn.l :i to a. tin; (lal..-ii Hantiitn, Ion
by Coomb., .-. I inplrei. -IllgU-r and Klein, niii.rll. IH to .. h In .. nn.l 4 to ft. aernnd;
Willi sirfet. Iim (SiMirnm. 1 to t. s m 5
TO-DAY'S JUAREZ ENTRIES.
. ... I Serunil Pace For fniir.ye.ir.nliln hii1 up-
Flrit Iee Mlinir: to ear iild maidem: I win .1. selling; purse taoo; six fiirluiigs
'.1ur., 'url""!,i . .... .. i Scrapper. HH ( Keilerls I. r. tn I, 'J to 1 and
Mediation . .. 9 Old Harry lit N to A, won; Celebrity, 1 1 :t ii'iirn, .', tn I. -J
Sully UuoU KMMIIhrey . . . 110 to I nml 4 to S, ssennd; Sehago, l'.'l
Taffy 10.1tKitty Cheatham.... Ill (Ohertl. a to 1, 4 tn .". and '.' to Ililrd.
AUn 113 (lull Mi earn 110 . Time 111.-. Cntimel Aslinieiolr, King
Second Haee-Sellini lliree-yrar-old; five , 't-Ji'J"".1' ,V,l('"f. Pedro a.n run.
and a half furlonss- Third line Pur fnur-vur obis uinl up-
CrUnie l 'Smllina- Macjie ..101 Y.f'K; " ll""!U,'!l.r,"' V"",1, .?! '"rlmms -
r.iurenc Sue ML. IHIe Ilrodwlc. Pl lr";. UN ( Mirphy . Ml - tn 1 :i in t
.v.i.. iai ,Tn.. .. ... Im . unit tl to .,. uimi A tiini.iliH. UN il'imniri.
Zudora 101 Intidil II . ."' " no
Third tlace-rurse; thrre-yrar-olda; seven
Afatna K.VWnishe Mnntenntrry 107
Gen. Ilekrtt... .. t7 Tliniiksjlviiu 107
Fourth Itaee llnndieap; wllinc llirte yiar
nicis unit iipwarn, seven iiiriiniis;
Little Abe ... Ilinnlieary
1oilite Paul I".' (.'oiiii.iuslit
Sim .... 110'
Fifth Haiet-elliiu; foiiryearolila
linwuru: live ami a nun itirinnits:
r.illtnriua Jack .
. 1 0
AI'ilV II .
Vi P.U.irn'lo II .
IW -Miss Temim
lor rniern Hon.. ..
Hlmh lt.ee .llins;
four yrar uldi
unwaru: one nine
Heau Spiller. M I'anteni .
Line Slar IMC'Irish Kid
fei IM I'm
Kafraliiir .. 101 Key
Marcm . , 03IMr.ithc,irii
Apprentice alloviaiicr lUimrd
Instructor Emeritus of New York Athletic Club Sees
Champion in Action and Marvels at Western
Cowboy's Wonderful Condition.
Less than twoacorc rnllblrds, itiwl
of them newspaper men, saw world's
heavyweight champion Jc.a Wlllard In
bin ffvniniiHlnm wnrlt ui th 1inne
. lMllh ..,.,.,.,.. .,,.,
The most Interfiled critic among the
handful of onlookers was I'rof. Mike
uif 111,- cow hov irl.ilit llit-ont-h the fnrfv. I
ui r.nipmriwii uou nijii il i woe rvi i
.J(.m.,., on t, fll,.e of ,. venerable con-
dltloucr of men ait Jess concluded each
ot u various Mtunts.
"Seldom have I been more agreeably
surprised than this afternoon," said Prof.
Donovan when asked to express 111
opinion of the physical condition of WIN
"Why. I thought from what I had read
that Wlllard was fat. 1 expected to see
a big fellow with n bkj tiunch. The
champion Is In excellent condition.
Taking Into consideration the fact that
he has almost two wcelm before him he
could not be In much better fotm. WIN
lai-J sixes up as a far better man than
1 expected. He punches clean and hard
with either hand. He's as fast as a
; Math too for a fellow of his tremendous
, "lie. There Is nothing awkward about
jhlm. He Is withal a good boxer.
"I lo not believe." continued Prof.
Donovan, "that I ranU Moran can hurt
Wlllard with a boxing glove. I do not
think any boxer of the present day can
out Wlllard In a ring engagement
"V, ,,! . "K .
,At "'I ' "'' his man. ger. Max
,. , ,.,,...,.. tt.i,i. Toin .toi The tat.
.,ni,i m.-k Wlll'ml on the
j,,w. f lc KOt oh.mce. Illuim-nth.il and
lllM frc,iK l)rtly refute such unsport-
The arbitrary attitude of .Tones ha- In
110 manner lifted the general feeling ofj
resentment he has created since his ar
.v..v .,oe e.....r .. ... ... ' '
preaching tight, let he I detei mined
.. get the J.'.OO from Jones, which n.
Mi)i he will turn ..ver to charity. Hlti. .
nienthal Is seriously conslde-lng ,, du:
action to collect from Jess Wlllard'.-1
chit f adviser. I
. . .. . I
Jones yesiermy anernoon issueu hi
lo-ig bombast, which neither space nor'
iretlt entitles to publication In full He,
upholds the course of training that has i
Ueu pursued hv Wlllard and raja It n
the sam" as that which netted him tlie
cluir;.lonshlp. He puts Joe fhoymd.l j
BASKETBALL TOO WARLIKE.
Ilerueu t'niiiitv Series KmU After
n Free for All Flulit.
Hackknhaok. N. J.. March 13. The
,., nf" ,,,.M ;lrr.inced to determine
basketball champlorrhlp of llergen j
oountv has come to an anrupi inn. iiiein
same on Saturday night In llac-Ki nsaeu
1 between the Woodrldge Arrows and the
s"ar,,,"H uf T,all'tk l,t'J 1,1 f,,r
The Spartans and the C. M S. iHibof
ni.kpn,,cK to-d.iv dechVd to cancel all
I games with the Arr iws. Two w- elis aji
- i Woodrldge player auneri l two frac-
lured ribs In a rough game between the
I'elKrn to I. end Wrestlers.
.1. Felgen has been elected president of
the I.ewly organized wrestling tlub at
P.os High School. Tlie sport promises
to be one of the strongholds of the Maroy
avenue s-hool. At the tlrst call for can
didates 108 ressnded.
Colombia llurrli-ra Out In .nou.
Ten members of the Columbia cross
country team held a practice spin yes
teday along Riverside Drive, Cap!.
lingthoru said the men wanted to try
u.i- ... i ... . i...
ami 4 to third Tlin. 0:411 4..". H'r
Hrl.le, i'iiUii. Kslr Mury, Partlelpitle,
Hindoo lllle and I'nUHtn Ilnli aUn ran
M.t" :! '-' a'"' even. seei,nd: Lai arose, i
Time, .nil I-.; iiryau, i iipiain lien, uiriu
Hiifonl hi.i1 l'I inliiKvnot .iUo ran.
'purse l: li furlnngs- Korflnge, 104,
I iSteiirnsl. 11 tn 10. '-' tn o nnd I In .1. wnni .
Stnut Heart. 110 iWarrliigtonl. ;. tn I, H 1
10 mid 1 tn -J. se. I liln. .,, -.7 1
iilniirleyl. il In 1, -.' In 1 and a In third,
Time, Ilia t-n Hose Marian, Puile
I ii,..,. ,i ,t iia ! nn. 1
Fifth Itaie Pur tbn e.year-niils, selling, I
irse tSiNt. six furlongs- K.11 A way. I -J
Ceilrrlsl. .", to '-, eei 11 alnl 1 tn '.-, U'nli
1 Keilf rls I . .. to .', eei 11 alnl 1 tn U'nu
Clnra Mnrgun 110 illavnesi, 7 tow-'. II in ,"
and ,'l In .., stinnd, liiK'it, IP-' 1 .Murpliy 1,
-1, 111 1. n in 1 'inn s ill 1. iiur i 1 1 111...
... i. ... 11... 11.. :
linn, .Muri-, 1 1 1 it ' ii'i 11 j t rinir it.i iitl.
Insiirxiiit and I'nlltlilaii ulsn run. 1
Mlmli Itiicr.-liesntii Springs Helllii,,-purse,
for Ihree. year-ol. Is in.l iii.nd. puise ,
taiio, inn- mile uud seventy y arils ey -
le, urn. 100 tlireyerl, 12 lo 1, .', In I nn
in 1. Mini, iiiiks. ins i.Mrlealtl, ., In -.',
nn.l I In :t. ,,,! I,.. I, II......
IW! (Coiiiiei ), 11 111 :,. 7 10 111 .iii.l 1 t :i, I
Ililrd Time, lit.", a ,V Vlrglednt, lluuj. '
wood, Alston and Harvvucid alio ran.
find William Muldooii on the pan for
their ciltlrlxinH of the champlon'H pros.
I eels mrulnst Morali. He Justifies the
charge of admission to fhe training camp
by saying It keeps away the undcsliabtc
element. And of the Helen tangle he
speaks an follows :
"Wlllard certainly has the right to
say with whom and at what time he
shall train. It Is also a well lnon fact
that he Is not training for the purpose
of KlV'inv the heavyweights tiyouts. A 11. 1
above ever) thlliir else tin inembei of a
man's training staff should be li carat
stanch and a servant and icitalnly not
n a unwelcome employe ot spy. I low
ever, If I had lcii In food health and
boot pfcseiit at the Pioneer Sporting
Club Saturday Wlllaid untitles! lonablv
wo, Id h-.'vn
crltl-Pwu!d hae i
added .Mr. Itelch to the
Chairman Cred A. Wrnck of the situl..
Athletic Commission has earned himself
'i oillii ul diiM' I Ulllllll'lll liy III.
nrbltary act of suspending the Plum cr
Spoiling Club for a period of thirty days. I
This club appears tlitough all tlie bat-'
tie smoke nn unwitting accomplice of the
Wlllard management. It has been
iwitiudeil while th" champion's camp cues'
scot free. Now certain legal lights point
out tin. fact that Wenck alone did not
IKistess power of suspension of a club
jlietise, a move that can lie made. It l
said, only through a majority vote of
the three Commissioners after an official j
hearing by the board. The case. It
said, will lw called to the attention of.
up-State Commissioners Dwycr and Fra
Wlllard slightly lengthened his boxing '
yesterday pfteriioon. lie Indulged In ',
seven Instead of the customary six
rounds of boxing, (ieorge Itodel had
the honor of the extra period after the '
champion hud travelled two three min
ute rounds with Hemple Kodelatid Mon-
alum. The heavyweight champion did
his customary eight miles of road work
In the morning.
Frank Mhran for the second time did
strenuous work at Dal Hawkins's West
chester roadhoue. The challenger's of-
I 1 "l vnnuengers oi
forts yesterday were confined to a .ross
Tfi'V'T"1' V" UlM''
!,f U llllt- U, )hm wi". ne
boxing until to-morrow afternoon.
Moran wishes to add to rather than de
crease his ptrselit weight of i03 pounds,
for he believes that added poundage In
creases liN bitting power anil stamina
In proportion, while It does not detract
fnim bis sti....il.
Daly, the giant from Plttidnirg, whs
expected iast night. IN- will be on hand '
before to-morrow, when the challenger
will resume span lug,
Al rteirh and Andre Anderson will
feature the opening show at the Man
hattan Opera House the night of Thurs
day. March .'3.
The Mro.ulway Sporting Club pre-ients I
a tine card to-night. In tlie main event
.lack Dillon is to meet i.unhoat Smith. '
Dan Mi-Ketrick now lays claim to the
welterweight championship on behalf of
t " ... ,. ,. ' , ... , ,
1 0 ' ,"t
-;-01' " "' 1. 1 ,,, i .h ?, "
d ing to go twenty rounds at the welter
Willi.. 1 1 . VV Aul sll.l 1... if..,..
' A V I
"I" J'"' Tuber a return match at i
the Olympla A. A. Philadelphia. March
-" Atey will meet Jack Sharkey at
me iuiniic a. -.. mis cny. .viarcn
and Hauling Heiuy at the Harlem
Sporting Club the night of March .11.
: - --
TIGERS AWAIT CHALLENGE.
Will Ptii) Off llnl,ehnll Tie If
l'eiins Ivmiln Desires.
I'mvi'irmv. NV .1.. M..r..b 1? l.....o-
ton will not !ue : .-hallenir..' to iw..
sylvaiila to play oiT the tie for first place
me inierconegian- nasKetball league
but will leave th- matter entirely to the
ilisf-retlnn of the Quakers. Dr. .! K
lta croft, president if the league, has
been in communication with Pennsvl
vanla's representative, Italph ,. Mor
gan, with the result that a tentative
schedule for a three gams series has
been arranged In i.tse the J'etoisi'i. ,ui ,
faculty committee acts favorably upon j
Hie game would he played In Phlla-I
delphla, another In Prlneetou and the I
mini to lie determined by lot. The uni
versity committee here has authorized
the Princeton team to play If the penn
sylvanlans see lit. The team has re
turned fmni Its fornell-Si-racuse-l'iilon
trip In good condition nnfl will practise
to-inonow to keep In shape for any pos
Pnslllile lloiliiu lliinta To. night.
A hue on the possible winners of the
i-naleiif boxing 1 lianiiilmishlps of the
Metiopolltan Association nnv be b
tuned to-night when the pr'el'm.narles
of the toumamtnt for the benefit of the
Pastime A. C. will he held nt the Fair
mont A. C, 137th street and Third
avenue. The Fnlon Settlement Athletic
Club, Tllllltv Athletic Club. West Side
Athletic Club. St Hartholomew Athletic
Club, Pnullst Athletic Club, educational
Alliance, Hast tcle House, Dominican
Lyceum, Pennant Athletic Club, illoncoe
Athletic Club and Presentation Club will
hi- represenlid. The finals will bo held
on Thursday night,
llrli-kley llulfa Team He Miulr.
IU1.TIM011K, Md.. March 1.1. -Charles
F. Ilrlckley, the great Harvard kicker,
who last year as coach for Johns Hop.
kins Hindu the Hlack and Hlue the best
learn ever turned out here, to-d iy asked
that Ills res'vnatlon bo accented, wbleb
was done, lie will go Into huslne-u In!
iiosion, nut win also be Harvard's coach.
TO-DAY'S HOT SPRINGS ENTRIES
Kirn Hace Selling: four-year-olds and up
ward; live and a half furlongs!
lai.iioiia Ill Ala.l I'.ue j
Mules . . 1 t.l I ...... s. iii. " ' JJI
Mn.il Hi ll'eiihih Welalil. .'.'.. "if.
Seiiind Itaee Srllliig; 111 miens; three-yrar-
Theresa McMakln 1 lllnnde
i,.y lfin .lnlin linn i.. J. i
Miss I'liiinui ii liraltrr n
1 03 1
Hi rd llai-eSelllnir: fiiiirjearolds and up.
.fif al"1 h J',,"" "". !
!ue Vt lug J l.ii'Uy M,k ut ,
ni 'Ire 1 Ik-pnsit i.
1 "' IH 'llrow n.lnne .... 1 1 : '
J'ert 1. P-'ltevirly .Imnes . 'm
"Dive Mnnttnmerr MSL'n As'iin,, n
Dive Mnnttnmerr MS Col As'iinemV ' s
Fourth H'u e-Tliree- ear olds nnd
h.iiulieiiiij six furlinus
Mtllllin 'si I'nnlciinv ....
.. .. . ... .i
. ru . h i i r
t.i.,,,,,. 4aiiii.ii u.
7'.' "" i? , Sl1,1,""n"- lb!
h I111.1 ( Hi.aer In'i
l,,',m' ' . lo-i Ib-d fm 1 1
sixth llaic -scllinz ; (inn- je,-ir olds and in
u.ud: one mile nnd sevuily v. nils
1 ;ieority l".-lllll Mleuin ,.,
'I'.i. 11 II.,.. l.is. I.'il.l
-Kmi K.idfoid lOe'F.nily
Mpprenllar iillmiance dainiad.
nee . iu 1. 1, iv fm
II it tors Tako Advantage of
Oalu by Poniiflinjr Rail
to All Quarters.
FIRST AID FOR STROM)
Mam.in. Tex., March 13. Among the
spectators who saw the fllatils go
through the motions of a baseball game
this afternoon was Trli Speaker of the
Portoii lied Son. Speaker drove his
car across country from hli home In
I'uMurd City and with six friends nr
rMed nt the Held Just an Mcilraw's big
sipiad hustled nut for afternoon prac
tice In honor of Speaker and his friends,
whe said they had com- lift miles to
see n game, Mcfiraw sent two nines Into
action. The game was ruined as a
fancy exhibition In a igale that blew
from the west at about tlfly miles an
hour. The wind not only blew elouds
of dust over the field hut It was next
lo ImiHissibli- to Judge n liy bull. ThI
iu counted for tlie heay hitting. Some
of the pitchers Just loblM-d up the ball
and am sort of isike to left or eentte
Held" was good for extra bases. I Ieorge
I Sums became rxhaU'ted from chasing
these hits and iUtt the game In the
Honus Lobert and Jeff Tcsreitu got
Into the game for the llrst time' to
d..y. Lobert led one of the teams.
pt..-ed third base and led his batting
o'der. Doyle IhsssisI the other team.
Ttsn-au pltrhed two Innings for Isilrt
ntnl allowed only one lilt Ittilie Hen
tor, who lm not flashed any sped or
curves so far, was punished for eight
runs In two Innings, and tile Doyles
never had a chance after that. Ander
son relieved llenton and he was Jarred
for seven more runs.
First blood of the training season
was drawn by Henry Wacker. tlie Dart
mouth athlete, who was Doyle's tlrst
pltcln-r Wacker heaped his rival. Ilatph
Stroud. In the e,ecoinl Inning. The ball
cut Stroud's left ear nnd he had to
retire and receive Hed Cross aid.
The winners amassed twenty-one hits
and the losers seventeen, alsiut 70 per
out. of these helne of the wlt.d blown
variety. Jim Thorpe had a good after
noon. He cut hwiec Willi two singles,
a double and a home run In the eev
enth Inning Thorpe pulled off a steal
Doyle's team committed numerous
errors. The'r captain sprang the alibi
that his men's eye were full of dust,
nnd that Mciliaw handicapped him by
ii-slgning both lleniou and Anderson to
his team, when neither seriously tried
Poll Perrltt showed more than any
of tin- , other pitchers. Perrltt went
four timings f..r the Loberts after
Stroud was I; nocked out. Toplte the
wind, whlrh at time nearly blew lilm
off the mound, Pciritt allowed only six
I. Its and two runs.
Speaker and his friends departed after
the game, admitting they had wanted
to sie a ball game in tin- worst
way aid that their wMi had been grati
fied. Speiker declared he has notel-ned
a new Boston contract. The ltcl Sox
regulars are to report this wenk at lot
Springs, and It Is probable that Speaker
will go up there for a conference with
Lannlti and CurrUan.
Arthur Fletcher was forced to laj
off to-day with a slight ankle sprain,
which he contracted in Dallas. Kramer
who was taken III In Waco Sunday, was
able to pitch a couple of inning to-day
The hatting oitler
Imylrs Hunter. 5h ; Uralnird. .
Iiij. jb. . Iliirn. f . Cnle. If Ksrrer,
f K'e'lv. rf . Itarl'len. i , Kenny, e
Wacker. lliilon. An.l-r-in ..nt Kramer
la.i.eris lobert. Jr.. . Shnrnian. If. i:t!i,
ef . Jai-olisiin. ef., Thorpe, rf . Mnrlln. s
II itllilnr.tnll. :b . Itndrlcuei, 11... S.i ml tier E
. Strnuil. Perrltt. Tesriau and Palinern.
lad-erts 10017; f, (I 0 1' ;'' ''
li.iv.es .. . . 1 0 I o l o 0 o 4 7 ; e,
Two base bits -In e, Cole, Kelly, :
le.tiert i:i.h. Thorpe, Martin Three base
hits - Klh. Dnyle Home run---Hunter.
J... obs.in. Thorpe. Sandl-rs. Perrltt. I'm-plre-'-liooln
QUAKER BALL PLAYER HURT.
, Struck In Indoor Prnellce,
Suffer llrokrn oe.
Plill.APKi.i'iiii, March 1.1. The llrst
accident to a member of the Pennsyl
vanla basrhall eiuad ix-cum-d this after
tiiHin during the Indiair work, when
Llewellyn Wray, former captain and star
of Adelphl and now a candidate for the
Quaker Inllel.l, was struck In the face
with a swiftly hit ball. He sustained a
broki n nose
Hail Coach Thomas been able to carry
out Ills plans Wray would not have been
Injured. The coach oxtiected to take the
men out on Franklin Field this afternoon
because the game with the middles Is
lc"s than two weeks off and tlie Quaker
i : rdldates have not yet had a day's
pra tlce In the open. However, tile con
d lion of the field would not permit bat
ting prntlcr, and so the cnndlR.ites were
given their exercise In the gymnasium.
Miilllunn'a lilt Tlea l (Jnmc.
Tampa, Kin.. March 13 IMdle Milll
gun. the young shortstop, dlstlni'ulshcd
himself In the game between ilie Cub
icgulars. and (Jrays this tfti'i'ioou wnen
In the ninth Innin,; he fd'muied out a
Ihree base lilt ami scored 011 .!is,vi'n
i'y. ty ng the coiuit, i u ' The lie il
scop- was b to 7 in I'avvir of the legrlais
JUAREZ RACING RESULTS.
Urst Hare 1'nr four.year.olds and up
ward, selling-; the and nn.- half fiirlniius -Unas.
107 ((), lientrvl, 1 tn 1, s tn i ami I
tn .'1, noli, Noble ilrand, 1U' ill. Shilling 1,
I In 1, t to 1 and even, seeotnl I ' W,
Kennnn tl,- iiiarurri. 1 tn 1, .' in I and
even, third Time, ims -.- Ada. Ilkl.i
lioinu Irish, Classy I'url. Pol, Itanilell. I.en
ninre. Mavllie Wheeler, Miss Tempo, Karrlll
and Hi iirlhstnne alsn rati
Heennil Itaee .(.'nr four-ye ir-nlds and up
ward; selling; seven furlongs Hardy. 1(17
illinium. : in 1, I tn 1 and ;' in .'. unn,
Pllgerald, Pi; 111 Itb-lievl, S In I, :i n .',
and 1 to .1. second; Miss !--n!n. 10:1 10
ileniryi, a in I, to 1 and even, third
Time. 1;:; -.'.5, Dad llavles. 1lre.1t Frl ir,
s'l-niirlla liana, Vnladav II mid Papt.
Iirtise tiisn run,
Third Itiu e For fniir-yeiir-nlds and up
ward, selling; nm- mile Kngraver, ins
llllli'klesl, II tn fi, 7 In 111 ami 1 tn .1,
unn, llngy Johnson, !i; llli.ies). tl tn 1 ?
to 1 iiml ; in 111, seentnl .Mollis ("ad, 1CV
(P.iuleyi, I tn 1, ; in 1 11ml 3 tn s. third
Time, till 4-5, Transpirent and Kitty
M iv iiIno ran.
Fourth lliiee Fnr fiuir-year-nlils and
l!ni.iri, selllint IU,. and iiue.liillf fnrlnnKs
--M dler, l"7 (llavesl, In , s ,, ;, n, ;
In III. vvnii; imstiiy Dive. I HI (II shllllaai,
In 1. I tn Ti nnd 2 tn J, si-ennd . lUnlin'in,
Pi: ( H 1 1 .1 1 1 1 .' r 1 1 1 1 r 11 1 . r, tn 1. tn .'1 ami 1 tn
:.. third Time. 1H7 .1 Mm-It II
Hub inks. FraiielH iiml I...hI,.i ,usn ran
I'lflll Itiu e For llin-e .ear olds nnd up
ward, selling. fUn.iml otie-h.iif fut liuists
HPly ciilli.-ision, lii'j ill chl'ilngi, 7 m
in and mil, vvoii, l.iehts, inn iSi'ii-uner-horn
1. .1 In 1 ii to Ti 11ml mil, s tn, 1,
ins 11111M0111, 1 in ri. ,i in . iiini out, tnii'd
Time. 1 :11s.. iiurka .md W 1 snvrliii.' Ilium
ills r iii
HKlll ll.li-e -I'-nr fnur-V e.ir-nlils llnl up.
iMird; si'IIIuk; seven fuilniiKs l.mly .lames,
i? rtlnvi-.i. '. to .-, even uml ;' u, 5. mm
N'lii.l Iv . 'J' lllmklesi, 1; 1,, , .- 1,, am
iv 11 seiiliil. Mi VI. 111 1 n-i ll'eeueyi, 7 1,,
I. II to I mnl il I tblnl Time i 1 -,
iir.v, Murle I'oghlll Nuuule Mi-li.-e. Smc
1 111: Mag. M ; 1 1 1 1 .-1 1 1 'I llnhiuun, Maaduilero
ml Airline alio ran.
Yule Mini Kclh'ps From Two
Mile Kveiit in A. A. V.
ItOSTOX A. A. IS STH()X(
lintrles have clned for the annual
Indoor championship meeting of the
Amateur Athletic t'nlon, which will be
laid In the Twenty-second Itcslment
Armory next Saturday night. Never
befote lia-i thee been a more represen
tative entry. Howard Drew l. bete
from the Paclllc const, the middle West
Is strongly rrprrt.cntei and tin- Ibednn i
A. A. looms up so formidably thnt many i
experts believe the New Kiiglaiiders will
lajiturc Hie team linunm from the Irish'
American A. C, which has been stjc '
tessful for the paM five yeain.
The Colleges also are well tepreselited,
neatly every man In the liut of chain-j
plrusliip chis, with the exception of1
Ted Meredith, having sent In his name.
With the exception of the two mile,
walk, which In ENicriilly conceded to
ileoige tlouldliig, the Canadian, there
I" scarcely a raco,that, on tin per. doe"
not promise n stirring struggle, iiver-j
ton of Yale, who was considered the'
logical winner of the two mile run, I
l.us withdrawn his entry from that event j
and will run In the l.tifiu yards, wheie
h-.' will meet with stiff opposition from !
Dave Caldwell of HoMon. Joe HUgltix'
of Holy CriusH and Kby and Meer ofj
Chicago. Classified under the cities or
colleges ftom which they hail, the con-1
lendcrri In the different events are;
o Yards -Drew, Ixis Arigeles, AInrse,
New York Lnninls, hlcago, Howe Hop
tun ll'lhr, M. 1. T , Hutl-r. Dubuiiuei
Stephensnn. New York. Kelly. Ilostnn
Jul Yards Wltlinx. Ilariard, tlalpln.
ll.istou. Meatllx. Hnstnn. linelltt. I'hli'HgOi
.ilsley. New Ynrk. Treadway, Yale, Tier-
Two Mile I tun Kohls inalnen. New York,
Hay. I'lilcagn, lieviinny. New York, Leslie,
Hrooklyn; inlby, ftostuti
70 Sards II untie -P.ller, Nes- Ynrk:
Treiihnlto. Dartmouth. l.et.earltic. Yale.
Iluiler. tiiihintiie, llbch, lliiilon. llosllir. j
I'hh agn, I'ob.ird. llos-un
0'l Yards -llltnfhrtlii, II it card, r.tldwell,
ltiislun Maker Xi'n Ytirk llulpln. Ilns-
ton llerlitel, fni. ug... Illirliis. ltiislun,
IlliV. I'lll-ak-n llisati. ,NV Ynrk I
I.OOn Yards I'al.lwe.. llnstnn lllgglns.
lll.lv Press; llliy, (lll'.lKO. Illerlnll. ale . i
Mey.-r rhb ai; Hurke, Ilostnn. !l.iker.
N'evi nrk, aii.ler-en. New York i
To Mile Walk lionldlng. Camilla Item. ,
N'ew York Pant. !lroik'ii. Ptsirinati. Ni-m
York. J.o k in. I'anada
lleliy line Ilostnn A. A. Illlnol" A C.
New York A " . Irl.h Ainerh aii A I'
Hiinnttig IllKh .lump r Yab . Pel-,
letlet, Ilostnn. llarwise, iioston, l.onnils,
rhli ago Iicsi h r, Ne-v ork Walker.
St.imllnt.' nrnol and High Jumps Tuy
lor. N'ew York ilty. Hmes, Itrnnt. rroeibh.
Itrok y'u. iletidtl. kson, llronv A lams, New
Is Pound Shot M.-Pnri.il.l. New York,
Liulor, llostnti r.vhr Nen York. Max
tie'.,! New Ynrk. Ilrailen. Yale, l.u.'ev.
Hop, Step and Jump Alienrn. rid- igo,
Mie.irn, Se .,rk Itntli. hl'd Bronx, V.
Atnlof. Brooklyn, (irahani, Nen York
FULTZ SUES MINOR LEAGUERS.
seek Hnlslllir of fiiapenslon That
Keeps Pliijrr Out nf .lob.
David 1.. Fultr. president of the Hase
ball Players' Fraternity, llted a suit yes
terday In the New York .ounty Supreme
Ci nrt against the National Association
of Baseball Leagues, which governs the
minor leagues In the same way that the
National Commission rulei the majors.
He asks the raising of a suspension on
William Crlstall, who managed the
Hamilton club of the Canadian league
last season. Crlstall was susnuded and
fined toward the close of the season,
bill was not told why. Since then he
has la-en unable to obtain any explana
tion, lb-lug under Mi-penslon he can't
play vvltli any lub In organized baseball
On its face the case is simply an un
important matter, hut Is-hlnd It l the
effort of Fultz to ohtalfi a legal prece
dent that will forie the minor league
clubs to give explanations when they
attempt Indiscriminate suspensions and
lines. If the fraternity wins the suit
for Crlstall, it Is the present Intention
to lulng another action for damages.
CUP FOR MAY JUDELS.
I.ltlle lilrl llef.Hts Hoys In knt-
Iiik Corneal nt M. .Mehnlita lllnk.
Twelve-year-old May Judels won the
cup offend as tlrst prize for the best
fancy skating last night In the competi
tltin for children under 16 at the open-
I f .1,. I,.a clrillnt is.il.'.il -1. Iia
SI. Nicholas lllnk. There were six
entered In the event, three of whom were
boys. The latter were unable to cope
with the skill and grace of the girls
and were not considered In the Judging.,
Little Sus in Sillgman received the sec- ,
onil prize cup. j
In the fancy skatlne for persons 12
I .... I- M I ..... . ....... nt t,L V 1
HI Ilini'-I .1. .'I 11J in n i.i.ii ,.-i ..ii. ...
P Hiker for tlift prize, with Max Horn
third. In the pair waltzing mntest
J. Hall and Mrs Natalie Matthews weie
Judged the best pair. 0. M. I.ynea and
Miss Judels won the econd cup.
.InnovTakl l.rta Jafle Ilran,
Although he had a forced win two
moves before tho end, when he over
looked an opportunity to win a clrar
piece, 1 1. .lanovvski of Paris permitted
Charles Jaffe to draw tin- ninth game of
their chess match, which was concluded
at Marshall's Chess lMvan yesterday.
The New Yorker's bishop was pinned by
the French champion's rook and Janovv
ski proceeded to bring another piece to
I r upon the pinned bishop lie made
the attack, however, from the wrong
side of tlie board and this made all the
difference between a win and a draw
The game lasted slxtv-seven movis, The
record to dale: .lutiovvskl, II, .larTe, 11,
drawn, a The tenth game Is scheduled
to he played al Marshall's Divan to-day.
Sherldnn Cnpfnln nf Mnntinl .Vine.
Manual Training expects to have one
nf Its most successful seasons on tho dia
mond tills year. It will be lepresenti-d
by nine men who played at virions
thin"! last year Fru.uk II. Sheridan has.
been elected i-iiptnlu. til her likely can
didates 1110 Swain, Hamilton, .lobln.
Ibu'iy Pbllllpi, Clark, .M.-Nalr. stock
hummer, lmga. Courtney, Mi'liinc and
Pen 11 It In Milliners .Named,
Pliii.Aiin.i-iii.v, March 1". --Coa'li
(leoige llrloii aiiiioiiiiced this aflernoon
tho names of Ihice of the relay men who
will compete against Princeton and
Michigan at liiilavllh'. Ivy., next Frhhn.
The men chosen lllo ('apt Ted Jlei i-dllli.
Leiiiion nod Doisey The fourth mull
will hi- pel - ted Wednesday from Pope,
lleliy, S. auliler and Knul'ui.i'i.
o tVurii'ster I'lnh fur llrenrr.
W csimi Mass, .March Hi -111111111
T Hicvver ul New Viu-I., I'miiiei' seci"
iniv of tie l-'.-der.il Li ague, siiinnibred
his option on .lie orc.-.icr Nisei. ill
club tn-d.iy lb win, uuublo to furniali
the cash required.
Hy WILLIAM II. IIA.t.
purpose reaching up than Wlllard can
rctichlng down. An ascending blow l
more likely to contribute to the general
McOraw calls off a practice
account of heat, and HIM
Donovan calls off one on account of
cti..!, r-ee ine oengiiuui unceriinnues
j roiniK iiuioioH. me i'hii iniici
never kiiows wnetner lie will reiurn
home sunburned or frost bitten.
Hv far the mot aerlous Inroad made
on the Harvard football strength for
pi xt season by the action of the faculty
in disqualifying (illmati, Kuwrlght and
Holes for failure In examinations Is ef-
IVctcd liy the removal of Oilman fioinl
the tnipply of material. F.nwright, a
Inch, never hns cut any Itrrportant figure i
In varsity foot 1ml I affalra." ami there Is
considerable llrst class backlleld lil.i-'
t t-r In I In pro-jicrt, Including Flower and i
Hond of Inst year'K freshmen. Hut
(Jlin-an was the best tackle of the year
lii"t fall, a power' In the Harvard line
and Just the ort of player tiround whom
It V easy to build a strong line. He
was one of the few really great llastcin
linemen of Hits, the most useful, all
things considered, of a group composed
of such players as himself, Hlack, Hogg,
S'leltoti, Spears, Nash, Peek, Helming,
Hlgglus. White and McEwwi.
The announcement that "the annual
tntp shooting tournament of the New
Vot I; Sportsmen's Association will be
In Id at Syracuse. N. Y In June" would
le more explicit If the "N. Y." were
s elled out.
While travelling to Tanrpa In a special
tr.ibi equipped with pianos, vlclrolas,
canary birds, rare foods and pink punch
the Cubs won the pennant, but can you
1 .lime them'.' tVhat team under the
e'reumstances could have helped doing
This train seems to have been pro
vided with everythlnc from a tennis
ourt to nut crackers, the latter perhaps
t ot the least useful article aboard.
Once Tampa wan reached frills gave
way to business. Manager Tinker
Ported thin announcement: "There stroll
1 ; no drinking or cigarette smoking.
Athletes must retire at 11 o'clock and
arise at T :30."
hlch edict will do more toward win
t'ing the pennant than all the pennant
Halm" Tinker has made in the Inst
There comes word that "Pennsylvania
lefeated Cornell at basketball by the'of dyes owing to the war In F.urope
narrow margin of 10 to !'. The game
was ny no means on sided."
Also and furthermore, and without
continuing this line of elucidation to
tin point or tautology, the game was
The bt play. In the writer's opinion.
John livers ever made was not men
tioned In a recent dissertation on that
Interesting subject. It was on Chief
Meyers at tlie Polo Grounds last sum -
' lm'r "h" Chief singled to right and
, tried to stretch the hit. The lloston
nuni iieiuer, uiinert, turew In to TJvers. oasenajl game. Tim could cause a
John took the throw backhanded In brenk. alo an umpire's: alleired unfair
that old glove with the hole In It. decision as well as an alleged umpire's
r. iiched out so that III some unexplaln- unfair dj-cislon.
able and freakish way he caught the '
ball under the sliding Chief and then The excellent crcM of A. N. Tliorn
Jahbed It ln the Indian's stomach. , burg, a veternn trap shot I": "Jut put
Hie play was helped by 11 perfect
throw and the slowness of the runner,
but the striking part of It was Evera's.
catching the ball with his hand
LONG ISLAND LEAGUE
STARTS WITH A RUSH
Cross-f oiintry Hace for Next
Siindny and Summer
The Long Island Athletic League was
formally launched last night at n meet
ing of representatives of ten Hrooklyn
clubs held at the Trinity Club, 157
Montague street. Harry Newcome of the
1ong Island Athletic Club wan elected
temporary chairman and he appointed
Jimmy Clark of Hmanuel House.
Ilogers of St. Augustine's Club. George
Matthews. Long Island A. C, and him
self a jommittee to draw up the con
stitution. The committee will meet at
the A. A L. headquarters, 21 Warren
strict, next Monday night an-1 the con
stitution will be presented at the next
meeting of the league on March "7.
Tin- ten clubs who became charter
inembeiH last ttittlit wero Hrooklyn A. A..
Presentation Club, lxmg Island A. C,
laiuKhlln Lyceum, Knights of St.
Antony. St. Augustine's Club. Trinity
Club, Hmanuel House, Hoeckmann'H Pas
time Club and Swedish American A. C.
Ilefnre the meeting ndjnumed It was
decided to hold the Initial eross-country
run of the tu-w league Sunday afternoon,
starting from the clubhouse of the Hoeck
maim club nt 172 Linden street, Hrook
lyn While not fully organized, plana are
under way to hold the first set of
athletic games of the league early In the
spring. The games will be entirely for
novices 11 iv 1 will be the llrst games of
their kind to be held In Hrooklyn In over
len yearn. The last novice game were
held at Hawthoine Field under the
auspices of the Fl'itbush A, C,
Following the novice games, which are
bring held to Interest some of the more
li.K-l.vvard members nf the clubs, another
set of athletic i-nnteits will be held, open
to all members of the league. It Is then
the Intention of the new organization to
challenge the Harlem and llnuix athletic
leagues, nfter which the Long Island
league Is modelled, to dual or triangular
TO-DAY'S HAVANA ENTRIES.
Kirt It iee-Five and a half furlnnrn; three,
vrarolds and upward! purse .mj aelllnr;
Hevomhirr Dolly . W 'Tmii Hanenck 110
Pub lllnssoni. .. . innn.ink Hill ... it:
anuui Ii'i A)ax . . ,. U',
Seiond It-ice-Five furlnncs- thrre jeiMilils
and upward: purv- i'.i; sellitic.
ti iirsvunihe . .. -.i" linlm r im
liil.in '.' Hr Swarrnrer . I""
Titer .bin Kulerp- .... 1117
J .in- Hi
Third It.ii-c- Sn fnrlntigs: three year-old 1
nod upw.itdi purse It-sii elliur
Ai .inueiil . . 'il lliiiun Piiiiiv .. 107
Jerry Jr. 'i Pen I nca 1 1.1
II ill ll.iud Ml Cr1s.11 in
Kourlli It n-e six furlon?; three year old
mid iiw-iiil; selling liiinihi-ap; purse llr
rii.iriiieiii- ... !iv Water l.llv 11m
Ihn ih Do . !'i Ma- . . 101
I'lllb Hiice- Five and a hnlf furlon; four
year olds and upward' puis'- f Ion; selling
Diyli.-tit ii'M.is-net . 11,)
Ml.s I'llinlly . lu IC1-III.1I111111 ,)
Phil I'nimor 110 Jlni I, . . .. ,10
Foil I Hi Fnnl Mill i
sir O.Tenb.ieli . llnJllil .Mllll.ia.iv 1 1 j
Api'ientloa atlowama clulmed.
stretched sideways and nil but tinder tlie
Indian, it was a play which made the
sectators marvel and blink, nnd liver
lvt.ently said to the writer, "the greatest
1 ever made, 1 think."
Words used In telling of the New
, l.'iigland lutircollcglate wrestling meet.
wr,n by Yale, were "electrified." "thrills,"
peni ," "agility." "fast" nnd "furious."
No football or hockey game or relay
' ,;,' of, ""J 'a1 twelvemonth has had
so much action: at least none has re
,lUreil HUch ,r,nn)f array of discrlp
Headline: Wenuk Wants Han Lifted.
If he means the American League Han
he'll need a tlerrlrk.
Haldndge, the ttaptalil of the Yrtla
wiitllng team, who won two bouts In
tin heavyweight clas In Cambridge the
other dav, hasn't lost a bout since he's
been In college.
An account (of the pocket billiard
tournament In Chlctgo speaks n one
gi'inii nn being marked by excepllonally
.' "t diiant safety play, saicty piay in
' pool must be as brilliant as n lump nf
It tn truthfully remarked that ball
players are no longer de Imp at hotels.
(In the contrary, with their pearl stick
phi", monogrammed shirtsleeves and
silk stockings they are tie luxe,
One of the moat profitable preroga
tives of eminence In sport is signing
somebody else's stuff.
Ouy Nlckalls. the Yale crew coach, Is
a cheerful optimist. "It l true," he
says, "that seven inemliers of the liar
vatil crew which rowed nt New lindon
In June are rowing In the first boat
again this year, while four members of
the Yale championship c!-,-ht wero lost
by graduation, but, nevertheless the
Yale squad on the whole look like one
from which a winning crew can be de.
If the fact that Harvard has seven
of last yenr's eight left Is the cause of
Mr. Nlckall's'a optimism he doesn't say
The fart that Mr. Nlckalls speak of
street cars to the proposed Houfatonlc
course Instead of trams shows that ho Is
becoming Americanized rapidly.
Ksvosiu, tVls., Msrch 2 Kver Hammer,
the bristling blond tiger, sprang surprise
nn the fight fans to-night when he scored
a shade victory over Joe Welling
CoilMSfs, Ohio, xtsrch I. Jnltnnv Grif
fiths of Akron shaded Matt Wells. HnKlssh
lightweight champion. In a twelve round
bo ul here las: night.
The shades of night.
The White Sox will not wear dark
blue road uniforms this year. One
reason for the change Is that the scarcity
makes It difficult to get good blue- cloth.
A ullver lining to the war'cloud.
Dr. Meylan of Columbia: "There Is
no evidence that athletic competition ever
produces pathologic or Injurious hyper
trophy." Hut athletic successes have been known
to produce hypertrophy of the bean.
After a lapse of three years Lafayette
' and Fordhnm have made up In an athletic
way. Their break was the result of an
alleged unfair umpire's decision In a
I Into your life equal parts of labor, love
and religion and you will come out hap-
pier, wiser nnd more contented,
I And keep your powder dry.
Two of Fixe Maryland Itnrlnu
Bllla Kxradr nookmakera.
AVNAroi.tfi, M,.. .March 13. Three
more racing bills were Introduced n the
Senate to-day, making five. In nil brought
In this swslon. Two of them provide
only for parl-mutuel poo, and this
feature will undoubtedly 1. inna.
of whatever bill is passed, so that lik-
illumine win 1. a tiling r tlie junt
The bill Intnoducod In the Senate to
day hy President Campbell provided for
a racing commission m ,,li.&t ....
Che Oovernor to consist of thtx e members
one 01 wiH.iu snail represent the hre.slers
one from llnlrtn.nsA .t. -
the State outside the city.
19 0 8
19 0 9
Hupmobile has for years held the
highest proportionate second-hand
value. The. Uupmobilc has never
had an "off" year. The manufac
turers have never brought out a
poor car. .
For several years past, sixty per
cent, of the sales of new Uupmo
biles have been made to Hupmobih
owners. And ever since 1908 the re
pair costs have averaged fourteen
cents per one thousand miles, in
cluding breakage by accident. Thcrt
is no other record like it!
Thr iiiorfc 0
rtiprrtor mofor cor
I.ct ur dcmontrntc tho .Series N'J. tl
191(5 Hupmoliilp the euprpmi'-iicliicvcmc
in the buildinir of Htipmohile motor car-
Chas. E. Riess & Co., Inc.
IlltiO lltn.i.lnnv, nt ,vid M, l-lmtie Urile H
HI P.MDIlll.i: COMPANY OK N- tii.
Wholesale Wnrehoiise, 17iil llro.iilwny
I'lvcpvsM-nser Touring Car or To.ois..iicer b
o7' ,' "'''en-pas'enge- Toirlug 1 ,.
I'riii-s I II II lletrolt
St. Pun. Iton fnni L'lmis ofta,
Towiinl Kini nf ,,
If" ii nil Affnfr.
LOSKK XKA KIV 'T OUT
Johnny Krtle. the s,
feated tlie Young Xii'u K , ,T
In ten rounds at the cjei-
U'nu i ut.,... t m.
iik ana , w t
holding his own fur nbnut N rn
in uie einin ine St 1'ati, k
inter ins opiaitirnl and
pretty hnnl It lookc! I
t I" flUi-i
of Zulu In the ninth, hut J-,,M n
had him in a bad way
sencral pound bodv blon
the Jaw the gong rant- T ,.. t.
a rr petition of til" tu , nrr--, i
.rtl Im. i .. ,
advantage, waling m ,n 117. '.r0
while Zulu tipped the beam n' 1 p'j
the first half of the ...rap t , 7"n
showed up well He ,'d -i,,,.
Jabbing and clever ducking r-'v.
blows were of the mote s,,! x , ' ' .
.I.A.. mrrnttti..l ,.. I...... . . . ''
....-j ..,11.-11 11, nun .evir.l I ns
when Zulu got going good ,1 nam r i,0
to the lody would serv, a a 1 lie ,
him. Many times during tnese o ,nM
the two clashed In the ci litre of the -l-ii
and stnndlng too to toe p, itnl away
at top speed,
Zulu showed his first v gn, 0f n.,
nes.x In the seventh. In th 1 ,g ,tit i;r.,
let fly blow after blow, lamlina n-, (,,
Jaw and Issly at w.ll w I 1 i,aMlv a
comeback. The ninth was Ja t t4
for the Kid, and he welcomed ' ie hell n
LEONARD DEFEATS R0BIDEAU.
Ilell "In Tea Philadelphia Rr.m
From a Knockout.
Pim.APKLritlA, March. 13 Sam rtoM
denu wa nn his feet when the bell nn
ending the sixth mum! of hl fight to
night with Hcnny Ie"onard m the
Olympla A. A. Hut Snm was not .my
more than on his pins, If Jnek llanton
had not Jumped Into the ring and carrlsi)
Rohldeau to his thalr Sam prohxbly
would have tnken a tumble
For three rounds Hnbldeau rushed
Lentiard around the ring. In tie fourth
Hcnny kept Sam n little busv defemllrr
himself. In the fifth I-onard binrM a
couple of Tefts to the Jaw and Sam r.
came n bit groggy Denny eased up In
his attack and Hnbldeau reroye-ed an4
llnlshed the round by rushing Leonard to
In the sixth round Hnhlrtf-au eontlnued
to rush tho fighting and then irM ta
hold on tight. Ix-onard stieree n i n get
ting away from hltn and p'.intel a
couple of shots) to the Jaw. , rlgtit
sent Sam flown for the count of nlna.
Ho arose nnd Leonard continued hl at
tnck. Sam covered up and by gr.ihMnf
Henny around the waist tnanace.l ta
keep on Ids feet until the bell rang
Phrlan'a Stronw Flnlah tVlna,
Carey Phelan's strong Unish iiniisl
him the division over Tommy Ho-n-k
last night In ten munds nt iV ncjj't
A. C. Houck. who substituted for
(George Klrkwxiod. had things 'n hli
favor In the early eesilons. bit vmu
the recipient of more, than he cave be
fore the end. Willie Jones and T -n-nr
Touhey boxed a ten round draw
Wallace Onlpnlnt Kid Taylor,
labile Wallace won fro-r Kid Talir
last night In ten rounds at t'i v 'tx-y
Athletic Club. Wallace was i
or his opponent, landing rri" .1 1. n '"
his left Jab and getting away 1 -r, v
touched. Taylor was also M In Sin
Tloaen Stnkea at .liimnleii vlret.
Fntry blanks for the ni.-ei 1
Metropolitan Jockey t'ltp vv
open the local racing fi- n .
wen- Issued yestenlty Tl.f-i
stakes on the p'ngr.imnie 1 I
will close on Wednesday
F.xcelslor Hnndieap will - ve
cash value of $3,iino The .1
be one mile and a Nlxtect ' P
monok Handicap for sprl- '
good event with '.' nn 1 I ' i
Kings County Hand-.-t-
added value of Ii nno
thing that everybody
knowsand a few others that
maybe you don't know: The