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THE SUN, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1916.
McAuliffe and McGovern Differ on Merits of Willard and Moran Jack Ltkes the Challenger's Chances
! FIRST IN FEATURE
Jle Ciiiifiiros 1,000 Yard
Irnndicnp in Fust Time at
3irxs Awnrxi) m field
MORAN'S CONDITION FINE,
IS VERDICT OF EXPERTS
Challenger Has Chance of Lifetime, Declares Jack
McAuliffe, While Terry McGovern Believes
Willard Is Too Big and Strong.
TCewAiik. A J.. March 22. Mike
IDevatiey, the former to mile cliamplon, '
was extended to Ills limit to carry tlio '
,4-olor.s of tlio Mlilroso A. A. to lctory J
In tho 1,000 ynnl handicap which was the j
fMliini of tho dual meet between the
Hthktlo iissorUtlons of tho .Metropolitan
5.lfo nnd I 'ruiletitl.il companies, held In
the Kirst lluiiinent Armory to-nlRht.
Pev.tney ran tho 1,000 from scratch In
,8 minute 1 1-5 bccmida. n r.ittllnK per
forinau. tf the track were correctly
inei.- iml, The Mlllr'tc nun had to
ttiicad t ij way IhroURli a b!5 Held before
lio breaMod the twie. The time was
only Hir-llfths of u fecond 'slower than
tlr.,1 I iv John W. Over
ton Lift Satuiday nmlit. In view of the j
iTit't t iat Hi vatiey showed nont) of his i
nld f-K i! when he lost hie two mile title I
In .lull li.iy, the expert douhmt the time.
fid Lei-llr. an old rlvjl of Devanney'd.
itesdmed thu Isnue. fo that the Mlllrose
I miller w .m the only man on the honor)
mark. The nearest men to him were
l,ou s Pi-ntt and f Seheffer. both of the 1
3mip Island A. C. They started from
the 2S ar.l nmk. The lest of the i
field were spread out to the limit of
to yuid The men on tho long
marks went alone so smoothly that,
when the ncu rang lor me i.uit iu-p
Devunney uaa In fifth place.
.1 O'Brien of tho I.ouKhlln Lyceum,
K 45 yard man, had ten yards on De
Mtney at tlio clans of the bell, but
Ilevaney sprinted so fast that he catlsht
ho LoushUn man half way roflnd. The
laco w.ts by no means over, however,:
for O'llrieti had nn effort left and he
Jousht uvery Inch of th way until ai
Jump by Devanry at the finish sent him !
KRalustt thu t.ipo with le?u than a foot ,
Vi. K Kelly, the COO yard Junior na-'
tlonal ihamp on. wait the Individual star
of tho competitors In the dual meet
events. Hu won the half mile for the
I'rudentl.il A. A. by 115 yards and was
liulllnt; up to n wall: at the finish, lie
lo won the mile In easy fashion. In .
the ot ir event-i the Metropolitan'
nthlotes rolled up points rapidly and '
easily won tho meet Tho summaries :
itu Ynrd Itjr.-Won by W. 1 Kelly,
rni'lriitl.tl, J. Schuler, Metropolitan, fc
oiiti M I'll. ron, Metropolitan, third.
Time, 2 tumble, i cun.l
K'trnt-nr arrt dah Won by J Kill
crew. MetrorjoMtHn: J. McNimam. Metro
politan, 'ii:k1. i:. E C.idmui, I'rudentlil,
tMMl Tlt.ie, S 1-i r-ecoiids. i
1,00 Yard Hun Heap, open Won by
SI, A liii amy, Mil rote A. A, scratch, I
J O'Hr.in, l.ouphlln Lyceum, 43 urJ.
teemd, A. M Ounctin, in. a Amerli.inj
A. ', yur.t, third. Time, 2 minuter.
3 I i, H' .-nil-Is I
410 Yard Itun Won by T. W. Ilrady, I
I'rn.leti'.in' It SnvaKe, Me ropoip.un, ie - I
oini w Mr n, .K:iuiiollt. in, third. Time,1
t( 3 ' .r. I j
hum m u ll'ich JumpWon by J. l.ron. i
rd, M :! I:. in, wp.h i f"t t Ineho. I I
Hruu't M tti.tio' tun. M.onl. with u tet 3 '
In-1 J M uunn, Mi trupolltan, thlr.l. .
with i I et ; irul.i.
One Mile ltun-Won be W. r. Kelly,1
Prud nt ii. M ietrron. Metropolitan. ei'- i
ond, J buler, Mrirnpolltan, third. Time,
4 mlnutei, i.'i 4 5 neonilM.
.(ni J.hk lllch Jump. Exhibition rutt
Adum .Sew loi: A C. i leet 4 Inehen:
K. I i;m. Urunx Church House, I feet 3 i
im turd ltlay, llandlcip. open Won
by 'Irliit . Club, 3u yards, with K. Stepheri
on. J M 'He. J Juhmon a.ij .1. A h ..,
Orciu i.harL-li lluue. yard, i'anl, ;
with II I Duhler, K tlruEuht. W K
Vlis mi.. J. Olnlvk. Mlllrone A. A . i
. . p.. .i. 1 e.,.p..up 1. W'l '
t. Hue , nt. I r. i:ilertstn. Time. 1 min
ute 33 1 j k . i-n is.
SS'1 Y rd I. .iy V.'on by Prude ritl'il,
with W K Ueily. T. W Hrnly. It. 1 Hud
kii n ii J m uruen; .Metropoiiinn, e.
find, with J. Ui 'eren, T Conir, W Me- 1
3ntvre ni d J Mv.Snutra. Time, 1 minute
41 3-1 t T, .!.
I'olim il trjpolltan. 32; Prudential. 111.
A dlsllniriilsheil romnanv of experts
watched I'rank Monti complete .hlsfl
heavy tralnlu? at Dal Hawkins's West
chester road house elcrday after
noon. Tho heavyweight, who will try
at Madison Square darden on Saturday
night to wrest the title from Jess Wll-1
lard, loxed three fast rounns, ono cow
with Hartley Madden. Krank Kendall
and Hill McKlnnon. The talent, which
Included James J. Corbett, Jack Mc
Auliffe, Philadelphia Jack O'Brien, Kid
McCoy and other former champions of
worldwide reputation were most favor
ably linpresed with the tine condition
of the I'lttsburg blond.
"Moran has the chance of his life
time." declared McAuliffe, the former
lightweight champion. IJ Krank was
sailing around Kendall and showering
him with lefts and rights.
"If ho keeps his head and there is
no doubt he will do so. for he Is cool
under tire and an exceptional ring gen
crul Mnran will have better than an
even chance to knock out the champion.
I have seen Willard recently. Moran
to-day showed moro speed than Jess
more actual,1 telling sreed with his
hands and feet.
"Make no mistake." McAullffo con
tinued, "Moran is not only far above
the average as a boxer, but he Is a two
handed hitter as well. He knows now
to protect hlmelf at all times,
Willard a Spaniard?
Say His Name Is Villar
JESS WILLARD, heavyweight
champion, is it Spaniard and
his real name is Jose Villar, ac
cording to the Zig Zag, n weekly
magazine published in Santiago,
Cuba. The Zig Zag says: "The
Spanish and Cuban dailies bring
a sensational piece of news to the
Latin boxing enthusiasts. Ac
cording to the dailies referred to,
Jess Willard, the champion boxer
of the world, is a Spaniard, and
his true name is Jose Villar. The
Villar family came originally
from Taffalla, in Navara, Spain.
From tlata collected in this city
and judging from photographs of
the champion that have been
published there should remain no
doubt of the authenticity of the
news. This statement means a re
vindication of the Latin race as
sportsmen nnd revives the dis
puted question of the prowess of
Great Exhibition of Pocket
Billiards Near End Too
Much for Osborne.
STANDINfl OF TIIH PLAYRRM,
W. 1.. II P.. Points.
K. r. JUynoltl
J. II. Hhnemakor. .
C. M. Muno
II, H. O.borne
I A. linger
t J Mnlnn-y
I! II. Hawkins. ...
Henry H. Osborne, the Bridgeport man.
whose play has improved so from day
to day that roiiowers or the national
atnuteur pocket billiard tournament at
had been distributed At 0 :30 o'clock
this mornlnc the general admission
Wll-, tickets ($3 nnd J5 unreserved sections
bird will nnd It dllllcult to hit Frank, In the upper tier) will be nut on sale.
Jess's sparring partner And him easily, , The management has a corps of special
nnd Moran can do tho name If ho forces olllcers to prevent a crush and to ellml
the fighting. His best chance Is to tear . nate "repeaters " No more than two of
In from the Rtart. If he does this ho
has better than an even chance."
tin Not riisngr Opinions.
While Corbett. McCoy nnd the others
were Impressed by Moran's tine physi
cal condition his performance did not
make them chang their opinions re
garding the world's heavyweight cham
pion. "Willard Is too big nnd strong for
Moran.'" said Corbett. "He is the bet
ter boxer nnd I think the harder hitter
with bot'i hands. I think Jess can
s.ifelv gamble on swapp'ng punches. If
Frank attempts to carry the tight to
the big fellow tho bout will not go very
"I said Willard was the lst big man
I had ever seen." said O'llrlcn. "Moran
tho New York Athletic Club expected
hlm to glvo J. Howard Shoemaker, the
champion, a hatd rtg.n, made good yes
terday afternoon. That Is, he made good
to the extent that he gave S.ioeinaker a
haul fight, ile kept close enough to be
considered in the tunning until the last
few frames, when the New Yorker opened
bis hag of tricks and plajed In true
champloruOilp form. Shoemaker's spurt,
which Included runs of 18, 15 and 10,
enabled him to win by u score ft 125
to 71. T
When the champion got all the balls In
the opening fiame it looked as If h;
would make a runaway of It. Osborne
travelled at almost equal speed with
Hliocmaker during the next nine frames,
and the tenth wound un with the title
2J j holder ahead by "fi to 66. Since Os-
r.'.'T oorne n.iu mane ine entire, n in tin
so 4 1 tenth a margin of 20 did not loom largo
'' act nst him. Just ttien Hhoemaker
awoke to the fact that he was In a con
test and the rest of the way he scored
almost as he pleased, taking a ma
Jority of every frame. His high run of
IS consisted of 10 In the thirteenth
frame and 8 in the ensuing one. In ad
dition to his late clusters he atw) hunched
15 In the early part of tho game. Os
borne's best runs were In. and H.
The score :
Henry '.. Oborne, Mrl.Uepnrt 0, !, 1.
7,,, , 0, H, 5, !. 14, r, 1, 4, 4, I. Total,
71. High runs 10, 1 snd
.1. Howard ."hoemaker. New York 14, 5.
13, . II. 6. 0, . It. 10. 10.
. Total, t!5 High runs M, f, and IS.
Heralehes. Itefene tleorge ,lebrt
Osborne defeated t'nger In the eve
ning game by a score of 125 to 102.
The game was marked by Indifferent
playing. During the early p-irt of thu
game the lead alternated several limes.
Osborne started oft in the front but was
passed In tho third Inning. He again
assumed the lead a few frames later.
Osborne made all of th points In the
last three frames, finishing with a tun
Henry 8. Osborse, tlrldgeport V. ". 3.
5. is, , ;, i: . is. , 3. ii,
5, 14, 14, 1 Totsl, IS.'. High runs.
10, 10, 1(1.
Kerdlnsnd A. Unger, Motitclslr 5, 7,
tt, , 7, 3, . 7", IS. 1, I, , II,
3, . 0, 0, 0. Total. tOC. High run-, 1:, II.
It.'feree K. 15. Ilarcr.
BOSTON A, A. SEVEN
BEATS HARVARD CLUB
Victory Puts Them Within
Hnlf n Ohiiic of Arenas in
al the etui of the first period, lt.irvr,
flu1' led, 3 to -J. Hutchinson In 1 tj,t
score i ally III the second pert id and ti
Hiiiitlnglon put tli association teati
ahead. Illeks lied it up again and h(w
Hutchinson had once more scored e
his side Phillips made it 5 a.l. o,.
aood raged tliu winning goal .it,.
The i netip".
Hoston A A. Position ll-mur l r
Snnlr Lett whig II lr.
i (l-cimii l enlre . s ,r
Hut hltisnn. . . timer I .,,
; .loin- High' lrt. .U,ini (
I lluntlmtoii. . , . I'uvfpidlit .. ,c n
1 SJtllti'ii Point , t n i
Donahue. .... HimI ... . k,
HosTotf. March 22. Dy ilerentlng ine s. ore llo-inn A A., s. Hnrari
Harvard Club to-night, the Norton Ath-1 ;-.- aVhVIVti,n,.teo-.;",, U s-" '
letlc Association's hockey team muved ' lio-ton- peainlv f.ir Smih It- i- -f
up to within a half ga.Te of the Anna 1 j"'!' '"' Wh'. Time of in.
Club, leaders of the local league.
scon- was 0 to u.
The contest was ripsely contested ail
the way nnd was long drawn out be
cause of the nharpness of Itefcrte Win
dor In detecting offside play and for
In less than ft minute after play be-
gan, tach team had scored a goat and ton trr.iii
V Ile Dies, roller Ml mi n nlelile,
Despondent sine the recent death of
hi- wife, I .i I1 Ktilm, 11 year ' I, i
policeman titlarhed to the Kleventh in
Mie.-tloli district, committed sill, ule In
shooting esenl.iy In his home, j n
these tickets will be sold to one person
In order to keep the tlckels out of the
hands of tpeculators.
As the fight approaches Willard ap
pears more and more firmly established
In public favor. Two weeks ago it was
reported that dd of five to one could
be had Hint Willard would not knock
out Mnran. Th se dwindled to three to
one and finally to live to two, Yesterday
Willard supporters looked In vain for
two to one It Is believed that by Sat
urday night the odds on a knockout for
Willard will stand at evens, with various
other prices changed accordingly.
Some small wagers were made yes
terday on the consensus ol newspaper ,
decision". Moran supporters asked j
three tti one that the chunplon would
earn the verdict. The betting, however, I
Is a better mm than 1 thought, but j on the whole has been very, very light.
still my prediction goes. Frank's only
chance to Inst ten rounds Is to make a
footrace of it."
McCoy and others expressed slmlHr
opinions'. Of course they were cour
teous enough to say these tnirgs out
of Moran s hetrlng.
chilleneer good luck,
Mnnn has been cheered up particu
larly by the prediction of .Ine Jeanne'te,
the eo'ored heavyweight, that the cham
pionship will change bands as the result
nf a knis-kotit. Jemnette was with lm
MeKe'r'ck and Moran in IMrls, He
he'pcl prrpire the challenger f"r most
of his Important fUhts Miran has
It I believed that the speculative market
will be enlivened w.tli the arrival of tho
out of town deli gatlons.
A special train frcm St. Paul, bringing
000 Twin City enthusiasts, Is expected '
to-morrow afternoon. The Minneapolis j
All wished the fans arc coming early to take In the t
oouts oi i ii'ucne v.eisn ami jonnny rvu
li.ine (world's champions) at the Harlem
Sporting Cub ns nn appetizer for the
big show at tho (Jar.ln a n'ght later.
ttthrr If m y eluhts to Meet,
The Stadium A f . which will operate
In the Manhattan Open House, Thirty
fourth street, near Klghth avenue, Is to
great conijdtnce in the ring generalship . nlng.'' At
ViM ru?r . e, , of ,v.' "" the lor.,1 heavyweight contender.
u.x ni.-. . in- ........... . . i i.,rkt.i t.-lvfi.i fiiriilh ,he
rhimplon's weaknesses," said Moran e.s
terday afternoon. "He nnd Willie
l.ewis have got together on a line of
action for me that they believe will
put the cowboy at my mervy early In
the tlKht The pubPe must wait for de
tails until Siturday night.
Think l.rwts first VdrUer.
THREE BOXERS REACH mALS
Vnang f.'adill Scores Knockout In
Three boxers reached the final round
In the Metropolitan Association championship-
lain night at the New York
thletlc Club. Young tiadd; of St. llar
tholomew's. the present Metropolitan
and National middleweight champion,
wpn his way Into the final round when
lie defea'ed W.lllam Iogeman of the
Trinlt Club. He scored his victory
with a knockout. IOgeman was out
rlassed In the first round and the sec
find had Ken ur der way but a few sec
onds when OadJI delivered tho decid
George n.rcll of the Union Settle
Vnent and Thomis Geary of St. Joseph's
Y. M. A. qualified for the finals In the
1S fiourd iass lltcell won from Frank
Myclle, u-.atiaehed, In three round) nnd
flofrittd Frank CasMo of St. U.iriholo
rnew's In two rounds.
Geary scored over Joe Tiplltz, brother
of the former amateur middleweight
fhsmplon, and A (loldstcln of tho
Ninety-second street Y. M H. A. Hoth
tiouts went the limit of three rounds.
The Judges failed to agree on the
decision In the 125 pound class between
J. Sullivan of the Trinity Club and A.
Jsrnl of the Hist Side House. The
referee, howevtr, decided In Sullivan's
feature bout of ten rounds.
Tho Stadium A. O. is the most richly)
appointed boxing club In this country, j
Alterations lnvi been made to provide
fot the aivr-mmodatlon of more thiui
r,,0o s,ec lateri- From every seat in,
the Kre.it atnrih. theatre nn unobstructed i
view of the ring may be had. Ail elt-i
v ittd ring has -,n built on the siage,
"Hut til's I will s iy. There is no- a on which t m seating aerotiniiod it'ons
w'ser stud'-nt of l-ixlng in th world for upward of a thousand have teen pro-j
Ih'in this sime Jim' Je.innette. and there i v.rie 1
is not a liner h i .t and adviser than I Hilly Clbfon mmagir of the Stadium
""lllle I-vls." A. C, an-onnees that the pub'ic will b
Pan McKo'rlt... Moran's former mm- fully protected igal-.i-t "m.w'n rs " AH
aeer. who Inst a court decision to the ' the s ats h ive ! n numbcrnl ind each
liiallenger the r.:he dav before Frank , ticket hn der vl'l Is- sure of s -.-uruiL- the
S, O'Nell and Harry I'ollok staged their ' seat to m in '-'s . tipon etitltVs ' Im. i
Impromptu bout In a restaurant, wll! i;:is, n has t..-t,ile. an el.'irlo eVnik i
visit C)al Hnw-kins' this atte-neon Me. which auto-na- i .lly st irts and stops the I
Ketrlck nnd Mnriu burled Hie hitch"' nt 1 rounds m nnwhlle' indlciiltig thf n'im
tie funral of little Willie 1-wi.s Jr. t her o' e.uli I- sito-ess on. This c'nek
Dan generouily volunteered to gle i through a button device operate 1 bv t! '
Frank an otllc I In tpectlon tb-da and 1 1 Itlclal timekeeper also tolls off the count
the offer was accepted. 'by seconds In c-ise of a ktevkdown. Thn
"He's not a bad fellow nt heart " snld j Stadium A C proposes lo cot-duet a
McK trick last nlr;ht. "Trouble Is Isi'h . tt rles of championship bouls Box's and
of us are headstrong Irishmen. Just for' special sectlors have been t aside for
old acquaintance, ike. I am only too the accommodation of women.
pleased to elve hll any aid or advice
Christie Outpoints Ashe.
Ous Chrlstlo of Milwaukee eislly out
pointed George Ashe of Philadelphia
last night nt th Pioneer Sporting Club.
From the sixth to the tenth round Ashe
flinched, preventing Christie from land
ing any clean blows. Ashe c.imo back
Btrong la tho tenth, however.
( Kill Defeats Otis, SO to 27.
Charles Hills of Pittsburg, three
cushion billiard champion, defeated
Charles Otis of Brooklyn lust night in
n Interstate Three Cushion League
iramo at the Brooklyn Academy by a
bcore of 60 to 27, Otis was to the fore
In only the first Inning, when he won the
(bank and made, the opening shot After
Ellis assumed the lend ho gradually
opened tho ap, Otis shot In hard luck
Bt tunes, missing many of his shots by
only a hair. The game went beyenty
orin Innings. Kllli made a high run cf
und Otis one of 3.
I nine lllrds Win nt Polo,
' 'Hie B'lle n'rds from the Central Park
lArademy defeated tho Tlgera from Dur
land s la.st night at Polo In tho lattcr's
tanbark nretn by a score of 10 goals
5. .1. Sehwelgert, playing No. 2 for
the Bluo Birds, was tho ntar of the
venlng, scoring half of bis team's
1 pi m.
r Holes at llnekeiiisi-k.
ifvcKES'SACK, N, J March 22, TVvo
Jiuivlred vards will bo added to the
iJnks of the Itldgcwood Country Club.
This w ill enable tho club to lay nut
new eleventh and hwltth holes. Jo..
M bin .1, the club's professional, will
1i1n iharp.i of Old work
a'mV.'IW.. MANHATTAN JRf-
REICH vs. porky FLYNN
passible. Owing to our recent differences
I do no care to make any prediction
about the Harden lout, for no matter
what I fhould ay prolnbly would be
Interpreted wrongly If I picked Wil
lard folks would B,iy I was a sorehead
If I selected Mor-n they would tay I hud
some ulterior motive.
"This I will s:. though. I bflleve
Willard nnd the public In general are
holding the challenger too lightly He
Is as game a man lus ever fepped Into a
ring. Alo the s coniident. C'rta'n
It Is that he will not be diner iced no
matter how ihe fleht may turn out."
Jess Willard's training staff felt elated
over tho champion's showing at the
Pioneer Sporting Club yesterday after
noon. In addltl m to his other exercls'-s
the big fellow boxed six rounds at high
speed, two each with Hemple Itodel and
Monahan. The first two spilt their minds
so ns to renia n as fresh as possible
In the opinion of the onlookers Willard's
boxing showed to better advantage than
ever before. He was faster and his foot
work was better.
Trty VlefJnverrt Enthusiastic
Terry Mrfiovcrn. one of the greatest
featherweights of all time, was simply
captivated by Willard's performance.
"I do not think there Is a man living
that can stand up against Hint fellow
for ten rounds If Willard let himself
nut to tho limit." said Terry "I be.
lleve he could have handled the old bovs
Sullivan, KHz, Corbett, Sharkev and
the rest easily enough The wav he
looks to mo to-day I believe h could
have beaten Jack Johnson at his best,
And before Willard that colored man
was tho best of all the heavies.
"Willard strikes me as being n b'g
edition of Corbett, with thn punishing
and assimilating powers of Jeffries, and
has Ihe defensive, skill of JoIiiiniii, If
you got that Idea you know what 1 think
of the coming right, Mnran Is up iigalust
the toughest heavyweight tin- game has
Moran tn-dav will
Two Chiiinplniis In sanir lllnw.
At the Har'ein Spirting Club to. mor
row night Freddie Welsh, world's light
weight o' amplon. and Johrnv K'lhane
world's feathirwelirht titbholiier wll! be
the lie nlllners. HVIhh Is to try conc'ti
slons with the hard hitting Frankle
Whitney. Kllbano will meet Harry-Donahue.
The State Athletic Commission vester.
day nffrnnnn suspended three loxers
All drew sixty days, dating from March
15, Those disciplined were Frmkle
Co-lfny of New York. P.it,vy Haley of
Knchester and Flmer IVrinc of Hurfalo
They failed to fu'tll contracts with the
Hectric A. A. nf Schenrctadv the Bvan
A C. of Svracin,.. and the Jamestown
A C respectively.
V b-th the Broadway Sporting Clnh
and Clerm mt A. C, Brooklyn, Saturday '
night r'ows full i f turns of the Mnran
Wlllird tight w'll br. announced, Fm-ikle
Nntter and M'ke MiTlgue will figure In
tin star att faction at the Bro.ulwav. '
Mike O'Dowd and Terry M.fchell fur
r'sh the he-idl!ner at the Cler'iiont. The
Olympic A C o' I l.ti tem dsn Hill hulle-.
tin tins fight al Its special show. j
Tentative arrangements 'for the most
'mpnrtant lightweight battle since Fred-'
ilb Welsh took the championship frmn
WIPp. Hltchle 1- Ifondon have been eon-1
eluded by M.itchnnker Jlmniv Johnson
of Madison S'luaro ('iirden, Welsh Is to1
defend Ills title against B"nny Leonard a ;
wiek from to-morrow night unless some
unexpected Mich (bvclops.
DR0EGE SPRDJGsluRPRISE. i
He Defenta Unison In U'rcatlhiK
ftinit In .lersey t'My.
W, Droege, ut.ittached. sprang a sur
prise In defoatlu 15, Benson of thn Swe
dish American A. C. in the tar. i.,.im.i
work for the class of tho amateur wrcstllm- toortm.
moving pictures. Tom Jones, jnek ' ment which was held by Hie Neptune A
Curley and Ike Dorgan, to whom Tex . t:, at Oiand View Hall, Jersey City last
Ttlckard assigned the film prlvM get, ills. ' night. It was a spirited contest Ne'lther
pied of this Interest to good advantage ' man was able to gain a fall during the
yesterday afternoon. Mnran will b" , scheduled petlod of ten nilnutes. Uroego
Photographed to-day on the road near ! BtK ,,R decision for tolng tlio more work
awk ns's and in his gymnasium there n lhl opening bout In l is i.iss Ben
He will box several rounds hefnre the m li,,,l an ..mAi,,,,,,! I ,, ! ?., .
cameras. Th s nrobahlv w ll be li s lasi ... . . " ' -
sparring before the night of tho light
Pictures of Willard's training stunlH will
bo taken Friday.
The world'H champion has planned n
dash for Chicago after the tight. Ho
has reserved a drawing room on the
Twentieth Century Limited for Sunday
afternoon. Jnek Curley who has busl
nets In Indianapolis, will arrompany
Willard and Jones us far as Chicago.
C bra per Tickets on Hnlr To-day.
Those In charge of the advance sals of
the fight tickets announced yesterday
afternoon Uwt all of the reserved seeta 1 Olua, Otlgvv ul Southern lUld.
glover of the (iieck American A. C.
Itohrrt lint Irs, llomriniiii. n,.nil.
Toiio.Nio, March 2J Itobeit Davies,
owtur of the largest string of thorough
breds raced In Canada, died here to-day.
For the greater part or hln life ho had
bieii inleresled In racing. When onlv
22 je.its olil he won the Qucuis Plate
with Floss In S7 In n, .teepleeh ise
IIiki Mr UavlcH had gteit renreseiita
tlvcs In Opuntla and Thornbrldiio uml
on the flat his colors were carried
such well known performers as Plate
Now Comes the Stunning 3400 r. p. m. Chalmers Cabriolet
Last autumn the M00 r. p. m. Chalmers was
Recognition of its amazinp merits was instant.
It proved the stir performer at all the prcat
Now comes the 3400 r. p. m. Chalniers Cabriolet,
and supreme encrine speecl weds closed-car comfort,
elegance, and distinction. The performance of
this new 3400 r. p. m. model is matched by the
charm of the closed -car builder's art.
The enduring might of her 3400 r. p. m. motor
puts speed where it belongs in the clasp of al
mighty acceleration and singular fuel-economy.
The cataract of power from her speedy engine is
held in sensible restraint yet she'll go 60 miles an
hour any time you say, while delivering 18 miles
of marvelous going for every gallon of gas.
She's the season's favorite with women of taste
for shopping jaunts, matinees, teas, and calls. So
easy to drive that it won't wear out your wife or
daughter to sit at the steering wheel. There's an
uncommon amount of room, not only under the
wheel -but all around the wheel. Room tor free
swing of the elbows.
The heavy French plate glass windows are easy
The top comes down for spring or summer use,
giving you a handsome Six-30 Chalmers Roadster,
and again a Cabriolet when another autumn rolls
around. And so distinction weds utility.
This is a car that most families of taste cannot
afford to be without.
I've stood at the curb watching closed cars of
every make and kind, and there's none that goes
about your business with lighter heart and surer
step than this new 3400 r. p. m. Chalmers Cabriolet.
Tl lere's a mighty lure to every line. Folk turn
to look at her as she passes proudly bv. Bodv bv
V lsher. Either leather or cloth trim without extra
It's the car you'll want your wife to have.
Color options : Oriford mnroon or Valentino jjropn xitli hood
to match, or Meteor blue with black hood. Wire wheels, are
furnished, optional, at an extra charye.
Bren Aulo Co.
I . i:l arils
I'Miire Meiiihes Uuragt
u hlplulls MitrHKo
Ho... A. llltiliarii
HiiHiitis rentrul Garage
Vinift Brothers ilurugo
Hexumrr Motor Co,
The Tester Conipuny
The I'IIIiih Auiii Cii,
City Hall ti.triiKi, Ine,
rornwell A Mnrrell
I'llHtletfiti Mntur Car Co,
Krnest W. Morrell
Hlii' Itllilmi! limage
( V Smith !! i. me
.1. M KUIipullKll
Landers .Mnnn ,v Supply Cu.
St miiitril'H fluriiK'
lllrhmniiil Hill D.irdKo
Hart & LhsciiIzo
Haxon Truey Co., Inc.
Ituthcrrnrd and I'asnalc. N. J.
L.1M lliilnnlnn, U 1.
'enlre Murlehca, L. I,
N'jaek, N. V.
Vunkeis, N. V
t'nrt t'hener, N, V,
South .S'nrwHlk. Conn,
fi . nifoi il. Conn.
I'leHKiintvHIo und Clm)iarUJ, N. Y,
Soiitli.inipiiui, L, 1,
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Wet New HrlKllllltl, K, I,
1'utiiniKtie, I. I.
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ilreni Nerk Station, U I.
New tun, N, J.
Mllleolu, I,. I.
I'nrl W'.mlilngtnn, L. I,
Itlrlininiiii inn and Kew CiMrdens, L.
Hnbnketi N J
lllinliurst. I, I.
New Huchelle, N, V,
Ibnrge A Smyths
Kratl.e Ar MHrHl.Mll
MleliHel srhm l.ler ilariig'. Inc. Ml. Vermin.' N'.' v
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P, Mueiiit ra Ai son
Ited Sprint; Huriirte
mien Hrna. il.trtige
Di Martini Auto Simp
iishtnltig ilarniie Co,
I'niiiklln (in i axe
Trunk X. Auhorger
Suinml. ,t- )n in r Co.
.lnlin II Swesry Auto Co,
M iln Street (iar.ige
tive Cnrnrrs Hurtle
The LnilK Ibl Hi, Jfff.l Co', IC,
I, llellli BiiKlnrerlng Co.
I'iiishlng iiio Cn
l'nret Hills il.iruK'
ilreeii.,iiiii.Stlthl Co., Ine,
N'ew Cilll.l.lti, Col. 11.
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Ulill Ooe, I,,
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I'tellllUH, N V,
r.eorge Stowe, Manager.
Chalmers Motor Co. of Nevv York, Inc.
Broadway at 50th Street, New York.
Bedford Ave. & Fulton St., Brooklvn.N.Y.
2o27 Boulevard. Jersev Citv, N. ,J.
Fairfield Ave., Bridgeport,' Conn.
I'nUKhkeepiile, N Y
S'ew 11,11 , n, Culm
New .irk, N. J
An'.iiri IMrK, N .1.
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