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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1916.
Wabbly Fielding Endangers Yankees, but They Beat Athletics Ouimet Incident Likely to Cause More Trouble
THE FIRST GAME
WOODWARD IN CONFLICT
I WITH NEW ENGLAND CLUBS
WITH ATHLETICS P,esident of U S- G A Says 0uimet Should. Not Play
Even in Local Competitions Eastern Golfers
Invite Him to Tourneys.
Kiflilinv Nt'iiHy Throws
It A )iv. lint Hoiiiivaii's
Men Win I to 2.
ADYISES AMERICANS ! ALEXANDER SHUTS
TO ABOLISH STYMIE, OUT THE BRAVES
HIGH WINDS" PREVENT
ISi'itish Publication Surest
That U. H. 0. A. Make
Its Own Rule.
..KI-KON MAKKS IMS
TIII.KK HITS A(S.IN
Tlit el.iu.ii.tlon of lrancl Oulmct
fluin the iimatrur reink bid ffrr to
bring obout an owu rebellion again: ln0
rule o the I tilt mI Hate C.olf Associa
tion. Tut Si-n prints. lhl morning a i
tnln I tiesiill.
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Vrt. n .K.ir I lli.slf.n. .
lletr I . '!- elai. I. 3
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ton- the club. No notice ha-J been re-
cc-v-l from i the natlon-J ow-nlMttonA,ilKK3EyT IS I'NLIKKIiV
regarding the umatdir statu of any
Woodland member, and he eald until I
Mich word a received no action would J
betaken. Mr. 1-olsom niwerted that any i Although inrditlng that th I5r!t.h
....teinen, fr,n' .-.an ... Woodward. ; ddVe, Jl TXu o.f worli. w.l, no, ,,e .,,ln to accede
ireld-lit of the fnlted States (lolf Aeso-, ,., t membr of the club, he per-' to American proposal lo lollii
ci Ion saUmr that the executive com-1 eonally though? the board woulJ he.-J the t)mie. the f ttltl. one of i:Tiglinl
.mi'.. th.. n-iniiulun reborn- . XliX " ,0" ,,mc b?for tl"ln anything ail!nir .porting papers, take" an un-mute.-
of that oritamialion rejoin t w ke h anthlnz elee. '..,,. ',.,, ... ' , .,, ..
mend, thht the 'golfer ud. a "ulrnct ,,, tcKatfM tn. situation an an ex- , U,UJ" tolerant Mew of vv hat It a-turne.
nlu) nave been barred from the amateur ttemtly delicate one and wa pleaned to''" the American opln.on on the subjert.
,..k, -hould not be permitted to take that the M-chw-ll- lolf Amo- J.U" HeM take, th' uew that American
Uoston Helpless Before
mier Pitcher, ttettinjr
Only Five Hits.
.President Ebbets Probably Will Go Down in History
Pl'P I n: C Vti ITvic-n Mqi-c unrl
Gossip of Baseball World.
BECK WANTS TO DO
ALL OF THE HITTING
Colimiliia Soiithpnu li.it. ;it
1.0(10 ('lip ami A No lh,,N
Colciiti- .Mi'ii Mow i .
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( let eland
i. r. -tamiimi,
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a 4 .noa
par- een In club inurnament.". and also
elation tlll considered the
men to be (tolfer are united m their opp-isltion
to tne rtyml- winch of course i nut
Hiliadlplil t ! York
WBhlnst'Hi ai IP.nton
t. Ixiuli Mt lhl''S(
Detroit Ht (Met'ii.n.1
The tiabbly fleldins m' plaed b
pr.nt" a despatch i.om If-mton nicn re-; une or tne tnns morougmy ui.ffuxeu nnu in.nn un umi .i-uii"
.... ,h,, -, i,..i f0u club' perrons in nosion is .nnur ii- imn av-ii-i. n.t i-ij.h.
eal tne ract mat ai i-jsi .ou. iiu- , , , , v.. in ih i-nii.H umi.. ..iihn... oit ..r-
eape the displeasure of the t" S, U. . until the war ends and then making an
When the new rule -,as paved he gate attempt lo (ret the rubs of itolf coin
up par of his busne. and since lias tnlrtee of the Itoyal and Ancient CJolf
ben devotlrs almo't all of his time lo 'lub to consider the question. The td
ourse architecture, which Is wnnltted torlal follows;
by the t'. S. ... A rule, He therefore "tlolfers In America are as a Keneral
feel hat his dlMjuallftcation Is mot rule foiid of counting their scares, and
unjust, and like uulmet he has f(Anu) a to thlr credit be It said they are
host of fellow icolfern who asree with accurate rather than approximate In
him. the Matemei.t Miey make about them
They also have a strong llk.ne for multl
'n New Kniti.md alrul:- have inviteu
Ouimet tu Play In th'lr tournaments.
If neither I'fe'ldent Woodward nor
the New Kr.uland clubs remit from lv.e
coUllctlnit statids which they hae
taken a break "ems alirost certain to
f'res.dent Wiwilward's statement,
which was telegraphed from Uenver in
tiKiiiie to a request from The Hvs, fol
ouimet was rff;cill informed
Tliere was no same beiween the Giants
DIAMOXIf PIX FOR MAftKK a"l Ilstrs at I.-bbet.. rield ye-tetday
afternoon. The wind ual toi high.
l'resl.lent Charles H. I3i.bet voted a
Veslenta' Result. I liostponeniept on this original ground.
I'n.i'iphla. I. Iloitnn. 0. i The discoverer of Columbus Pay will
Onrltumtl. 4: Pitt. burg. : ln Inning"). , .... .
Y therefore p down Into history a.o as
.tiiiai. i.K.ii.rr. m.iMinii.
Iluftlnn . , . .
M. IaiiIs ....
et lrk ...
MrooLl) n .
tv Vrtrk at Hrool;lr
llnainn t rhlla.i-l;hl.
w. i.. r.r.
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Alexander the Ureal it. .hi (t.-I same .
he pitched at the Polo Grounds. Alex- TKAM WIX l!
ander took a fill out of the Hraves
eiterday so easily that .McOraw will ,
likely gamble on eotnc lets reliable box I
man A victory ovi r IJrooklyn now l i CnlumbU drf-aied iv.'gi .
more to the point than simulation on on pouth Kleld yetrd i .
some later game with the Thlllles. Ucnre of ? 'a 1 Io-. lie -
.Malls, a big young left handed pitcher ! ".c of 5 '"'
who came to Hrooklyn from the Pacific White star aouthpiw an'
Coast league, has lien placed on the I really did thedtfeniig
disabled list. H- Injured a muscle dur- I that bv civile !! U
the dlcoverer of a new excuse.
Charlie has a beautiful big silk flag
presented by admirer to hl club. It . ,h .,,in ..am against ?.- Uraves : . . ' . .e.
I works overtime on he tall staff in centre a week ago. The injury was further as- w ou,u .; . " , ,
Held those ,a) the P.oblns play at home, gravat-d Sunday in the exhibition game team, i.ecr. iooi-o n,- . -m
ProcUlmmg to the populace of .'row Hill . n' '"; ..". . ir.g It. Out of four
' . . u , rookie, has 1-en relea-ed to the Montreal . rlnctrt onPe an,j )r fi,
t;iat the ,tage v all set. The .-.U,re had cIub of ,n. nacrnatlonal league. . K . ...
MM lll,.rv nn. eorU- . u.lu..l . I.,.. 1. , tllCm le...g UOUOI .1 o
I Mid Hlory out early esteida, but the
wind wa o violent that It tore the Star
Spangled Hanner from Its fastenings and
traili d it through the diit of Bedford
axenu. That, to Charles, was ti ill
Willi". lVeer had a Und word for the ' run al?o.
I'lllLsbnU'ltt . Apr. U Hoston was
All. l'.n.il.- tri-dnv lind
failed" to sse.e on the premier pitchei an oai.-n to tempt fate further. Charles
of the Notional lainc. the Phillies win
Yank.es. ,i team on winch the midget
starred for man ears.
Willie Keeler's Opinion.
"The driving forre Is there." said
U'lll.e. "and if the pivh.ng measurts up
nlng rather eisil). I lo 0. Alexander inor out hi- llig. NKVKIf
held the liraves to five scattered hits Cncle WIIUti llobinson ami a irjm
while the Phiules bunched h.ts on P.u- tr of his pl.iers it. company with Wee
Willie Kcelfi. s.. soon as th.- i.ostme-
Itefore the same Sherwood .Magie re. mem 11 iiwikijii
the Tankees In the latter part of lher January that if lie engagid !n business
clailh sAlth tlio Athletl. s yesterday put
ham In danger, and the vhtory oxer.
thataam with the uneven front presented
by Connie Mack was not as easily won j
a. It could have been. The score was 4 j
to S In favor of the Yankees, who, al- (
thourh batllnf much harder than the
Macklan muster from the dungeon habi
tat, Jad difflJUlty In getting runs fot
thamaelvea ajid were r.ot an too skilful!
at preventing- the Athletics rrom gett.ng
them. In short what should have been
of handling golf goids he would render
I hlmsflf Ineligible lo compete In ama-
tur golf event. He therefore cm
Uirked on his prevent venture with full
knowledge of what It Involved. o fur
ther comment eeins unnecessary. I
might add that the executive com
mittee recommends that golfers who
have lost their amateur standing
ehould not be permitted t conii-e;
even In tournaments restricted to fel
low club membeis.
Prank I.. Wooow arh.
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. .it,rw.... r a .- n i. .ii t . . ..- ., i i-iore me same .-ncrTv iri .n.i.-- i ... .. , ., ,, -
AiMJZKZUiS I A AU UMAUCK ';. i i .. . .1 . . i 1 celved a diamond pin from leal admirer , hastened to the Polo Cioiud- to enjoy
might eland th.- loss of a game or two to major standards Ionovan will give
very club a Ilg.it. T!ie pl.iy to-uay
wasn't particularly brilliant, f'.enty of
mlst.ik,-i were made, nut for the most
nart th..e were du. to overanxlety. It
takes time to get a club tviked up right.
Ill tnaalear SlandlnK la ol Qne
tlnnerf hy I . . Ii. .
There Is no likelihood thai John C.
Anderson will be barred from amateur
con'ietltlons by the United States ilolf
Association, which has recently notified
l-'rancin ouimet and John H Sullivan.
Jr.. that their amateur standing has been
taken away from them.
Ouimet and Sullivan were disqualified
the occurrence of .1 stymie an an un
welcome Incident In a round. We learn
on good authority that It I" the intention
of the fraud States Coifing Association
to approach the rules of golf committee
at the first .convenient optortunlty to
ascertain whether there ts any chance
of rsuadlng them to relax the stymie
rule or even to abolish It.
"A convenient opportunit can hardly ' Comnlon.cl i 0
ar.se before the end of the war. for dur- r.ou i " o
i . y
ring cut from n ol!d pie of tne novelty of acsing th
h re by Schuylkill county
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lb r .1 ii
M r Its le s. I
Krers :b 3
l;on'er. lb I
Inr Itk tinmm. .i .,,..rn. r,..l.l ,... Id 'lOnilOi.V
starting go.ls business m violation of rA ""' u when ace Is declared the Uu,,oIin.
Tlie Itostou desitch, which Is printel a new rule of the golf association. Mr
i 1.A1.-.U' in,tl,..ifs f'nnt I'ppsidnf Wnml. lnil...nn n-:.s fnr.i.rl. ..mlitnl .l 111 t
an eaay game was not. ward' views are by no means accept- golf department of Wanamaker'e. a lo:-il
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PHI LA iN I.
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1 t'Whitl'-Uf . ' 1
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3 ilurnse ii :
0 4 Alexand. r.p 3 I o
1 : Totii i s
spectators at a major league i out
llolilnson Keels the Colli.
Ivnovan's 1js have l;en kept back by
the wretched weather
"I have seen t'ie Yankees in several
games," Ke.ler went on, "and I should
sa a few games should make of them a
pa-ssea freely and oiowiiv on n mav b(, op,n). ,,,n., before the corning simndenee with otllclals of the fnlted
most of the time. ny KO,jns 5!a,on iB ovcr. States ilolf Assoc .atlon. n a result of
nve liee.i Just a manner.sm. ou. which he was transferred to another
" - , . , til ..v, .t ,. a l"v 'J mli Jl H'li:i .11 Hl. UCii .- II V 'lull", WIA inil r- Uir J Uie
tha Polo Orou-ids had Job snawke is- and the authority of the V S. ii. A. went Into effect he entered Into corre-
auiintr iiiuHca iirni aii'i "i""-
It u cold enougn lor miTus. ..-.., ... .rT.u trMii.T ,
key. however, kept the Athletics1 hits BOSTOS IS WITH OUIMbT.'i
both fcattered and scarce and though
loom work had him In danger.' tight .-or ( nhs 4 si. Mini In Pin la!
'if'fnluStai Their T..rMmea...
acary time purled hint out.
There was flltrht plaMlig on the left Hoston, April l. New Kngland
side of the Athletics In.lild. where two jolfers dlcu.ssed nothing but the ds-
jouneslcrM heM forto, but though the , ,Uallfication of Trancls Ouimet to-day
Yanks had m n on 1ms In each of th'- and his host of friends seemed to Ik- al-
llrat heven Inn. igs they had n des-rate most unanimous In the opinion that he
time citing cnougi ot I'm nmne in nail ieen uniairiy ireateu uy me i niieii ..... . , . . .
tkl w IjU Th.'; offen-e lack-.) .,a,.. .i!f Arso-iaOon. lltree other ,"a'' ' T"v"' In his capacitv a.s
unlwn .1 he sixth inid.ig. sli-n le. golfers -John II. Sullivan. Jr.. who Is r of a go f magarlne. has . tak..n
d? I i ai.1 VuiiHinakcr pu- in the ouimef.- partner. Arthur.;. Ixwkw.-xl hand n the dicus.on prc-,,,lttrd b.v
rm'c. cer, . ,.u" of the N York and Paul Tewksbury-al-, have been ' lta."jIIBc wn of Prancs oim.t
attack l.-d.o swung his trun. heoi. for notified that the, have b.u. barrel from y f '"'r to ever, golfer who
a .other .' 'isle or t ree hits, and for the the .unat-ur ranks bee. use of their con- '"her of the a.t two na-
? me hoi i- I- such . i.ilgbtv lublr nection with sorting g...s houses, and tlonal championships asking for an ex-
l. me ixin i u ' 1 ' e . .,.....1. i .ki- itessl.iti of mtlnlon :n rrranl lo the mat.
...... l .M . '( fails KCVe'l UP. H'll llieil.l-., .OW, ,! UUlF.n. II 111 .111..! - - "
cruicisni oi un' i i ... .i -
It trantplred to-day when the news that In his large cirile of goliltv nr.
that ouimet li.nl been oinVtally notified quaint-ince he l.as yet to find the man
of his disquallfl. ation iMvtme public wno b'iIcm w ith the administration on the
pio.rty that for mine time a canvass disqualification of ouline". tlie Metr. k1.
of the opinions of the members, of New tan champion a,s in Mrt
Knglai.d golf clubs has l-en going on "What 1 want lo l;iiow,irrcs".i.!ive .
department In 'he store
Tills was satisfactory to the Tinted
States Odf A'jwiatlon. and Anderson
has letters from association officials to
AsLs l.eadlna; liolfers for Their
Vie a nn Ouimet Maltrr.
rules committee seems likely to b" faced "Collins
with an Insoluble dllemmj. for otilnlons , Ilarivs t
in (.reat llrlta.n and America with re- Tolal 31 ..ill
gard to the stymie cannot reconciled -Hjin-l for' (io-a'dir in the ure'Uti mn's
by human wit In the circumstances "luiiel lor Ituiolph in tti s,.nih ir.ninr
we are Inclined to think that the f S. nns0 . .1 "
f, A. will do well not to follow the wait I'lidaelphu . 1 x-l
and see pollev. Put to frame a stvm.e Errors -Hums AlexandT Mjiith Hit- -Jf!
rule on their authority which sh ill j,'
satisfy their Immediate clients. nen t,iiton Two l.u hits Kon.h. 1'i.k.n
all is s,d. good law no more than s-.tki, hnsVVhm.-d ?ieliofI Moiri has-s
crj.tal.ixed ?Mnr, and If a, we are """jj;.!
informed the ce-e. Vmerlean golfers :oph' .. ,,v Ai,xn.r :. y Birnes. I
d'tresard the existing st.vmle rule in . Iioub!- pluy -.'ontpton M jrjnv ille jrsl r-onth
their pnvat ma'ches. and find It an , J-'ir.t has. on rrror .""" K'rt ba" on
rrou' lr r.l f."iu.e Alxailer Wild thro
Burns ProtisHl ihroisn Imll .smith I'm
pires Klrm arsl Kni.lie Time-l hour .vn.1
II rninut's ,
"1. would have been foolnardv indee.i very Wei: balanced" entry. This young
for us lo play at Kbbets Ki-ld this afte-. fellow tied. on1 ha all the eirmarks of a
noon." said Hobble "Sa. do von know co:n r He will 1-; a real star. 1 think,
it seems at-iut lo degrees coll-r over '1- handl himself lllte a ball player at
there, aid goodness knows. I'm fold bat ami In the ile.d. C.edeon and Hak-r
enough here 1 haven't h-en warm since are two ir.fif Id additions ho s.'.ould help
we left Florida. provide the strongest inner line the
"There's absolutely nothing the ma'ter Yankees i,,ive T had. TheH Is no
with the Dodgers. liol.l.ie continued, n-e.1 for worry over the outfield. Us
"except this weather. Well be all right s!sd will make of ! a terror so soon as
a eoon as w? thaw. Tne llrookhn the trio starts hltfiug. Tna: w'.ll come,
pt...vers cam North in grand phyeliMe I am sure, with the improvement of the
condition, but we have met with so many vve.tth'i
weather Fetb.icks -Inie that I'm almos't I
afraid we'll le l.a,; where we stalled if' I'r.t? M...el. c-tr fielder of the
we don't get some real sunshine sior. i Y.inl..es. ' as hlssomd fort'i a a bate.
The pitchers weie.oi edge. wa count- ball magna'- on s.de. rrl'.r. has ben
Ing on strong pV:ching to c.rry my club ' e'e ted dtiector of the Bait. mire Inter
away to a grl itit-t. Te wt-ather nation il League club. .Uoc Krank w.'.i
offen e ,n com.tl'on tournament", t.ie
-ooner the law Is altccd in America
th lner. Prompt action would not
nnh give aatlsfactlon ovr there, i
would also prevent the rules of golf
cotnmiit"'" ?r'm finding 'hrreles in H
most 'nv Minus position later on
"We attach no Import ince whatsoever c,-,
to arguments bascl on the prestimp' "r n.ri.cy , t
that unlfoimitv of law all the world xv."'.',n.
seems ieat on tuuung tl.'n h.pe.
' Worse Ill'n stilt," roni Ided in r
son. "we have to leave for lloslcti Wed
needay night. That city is ..i. 1-elird
in th.. spring under orl r.ary co idH'.o-is
What it will 1. in a cold vae like th.s
cannot be imagined. ".
Ilohinson said h
rf,-t ..resident of tn Or:o!..
niwr l'lH.er Is nv a Vaor.
'.t'fe Pnp4!rh : The Srs
Mj.v. Ap',1 IS -I rank Uu kley.
When not do., g i
Beck was ptevenlirg i .It
Ing up. He stjuf k o'j
H.unllton collegnir.", a.l- .m i
lilts and ivalried one .
aM feventh Iniilr.gs he e'n.
r.ey, Olendenning and Va-
row. Van Als'.n.e sm.trtt .
first showing up an 1 - a.' -
fifth inning with a li..re r.- ' -Heck
tightened the s ri v. a
him In hi next ir ;. t t. e ,
Not knowing Jus I., w c i
waj, Colutiibia starte 1 to 1
first Inning. Capt It-.bby vv
Wesl for a pass an 1 : :
when the speed den oc of ' -Uilrd,
got an infield 1 :
freshman s.hort.lov. i" w
played plngiwng w,'h I ." :,.- g"
Mernstein nacrltlcei a- x ' . .-Me-.-k
followed su.t a- I L.i . :
In the third inr..- g J'-. .
celved a bas.) on bal w
Mernstein !ilt a hard . : e t-. rr
and raced to second v .
shortstop threw w-'d t . r
Huor.asuro and Mer..fe .
i IJe:k s sin;!'.
Uiird singled In Hie r.fh .r- g
second ftandlne up. and r.. '
Meniteln's short hit to : i.-'
Toubled. but Mernstein w,- .
The final scoring for ('
the seventh, when after M- :
slngleil, Heck doubled a- i
home. Houcn .va'keil t I
him at second, .irul 'he
. i an Inrleld h.t. le:h !'
tie Hncl.si int. ri a'ional socrfr player. -'Crin' on k. me "r
. r. i.i.... ni..kl.. nn I..' i.ul r...l,1t.,pe l..,.tl.,i i, COLOATf.
i private and qui. lily dined a commi"" I r.in'ham If " !i at ttv.f
-ion. has been further iiromotcl to the (j.,r 3t,' j n (, ; .-,
A re U ei I lli.lll.."' ""11 til" lailK-"'-
leldlns va" 'i.ul y mniiol of th" feet
Shawkev ;i.-t a i1j ".ii"' by not step--..iig
. i i. t i'i-e Mile, tik'.ng a throw
ther? ami li il.'on f ustr.red a doubt'
I lay b H..HII-' his ft off its anchoi
ia.. w n ...l.ig pivot f-r the budding
.oubl" It -.ri S'niw'.cy. w.io .P
v e'. was -jusht napping t second bae
r the il: i out. The YatikK won. tint
he e v.i . en. ugh faults and oversights
, tin- sail- to have beaten thtm had
I .el, J. ...ei t I" ell st'Ohger,
Ptltl '. a '11 :l'.it "rids well and. al
t ouch t e ii,i!ii" was mot'bd wit.i slip
t od or... III. Yanks lejol.ed In th'
'i.c: tli.it also c'tita ned t.ie graduation
fri m 'he to hit ranks f Mali-'!. IM'P
rnd Peck. .p.iugh. !.".'" of these lag.
gard. wl'h the aand cul'.-.sl u hit Pe.il -siratcl,,-.
bit to li.ni w.ti all the H vcr
b.r.tu "Jatte. oi a liome iun.
Hedeoti b.gaii his marauding with an
Infleld hit In t e ootid Inning and the
next p!a revealed the greeiiiiess of
Pitcher Nabors. He t-'k Plpp's trilling
tap and fie, i. d it to second when lie
h..- i. ouelled it to first Itemilt.
I'eoK e.4CJ-lllceu eiio
PITTSnVllO 'S L CINCINNATI N I.
n r n p an r n n
.lohnton lb .1 0 o ,1 1'Kill.ffr.f
I 3 ' i llerro; "s
: e I ". 'i I hase ih
till oi.nfMtli rf
over . a thing valuable and to le- e.s. ,1!mff o Williams If
tal.lished at all costi i.xperienee proves vn,r.ss i o n : : lniden.:b
that prcsumpl on unfounded, is-cause sehulti Cb
when the rulea committee barrel malle" 'I',J,'
headed clubs the goverring l-d in the "'J;'
I'nlted Mates nude an exception In
favor of the S.henec'ady putter, whose Total"
ue s permitted ever Where except In
'We have never been able "o die-over
that this divt rgerK-e from unlforniiiv
ha done the slightest harm to an bod
0 1 3 liar'io
0 " 1 i) M -Kf nr.r p
1 0 l - 0 s, hull p
- - hm nler v
:i 3 t" INeale
V Itiso e
I 1 ft '
i : t: ,
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it n f. .
l I 3
e 1 n 1
A ft ft ft
ft 0 i) ft
.1 ft 4 ft
ft r. A
pitcher he would ask to face the Oiants
in ine same lo-uay. -ion. nas oeen luri-ier iromoiei m uiei,,vvf
"I think it will Ih Pfeffer. iVw,mb or t..nk of .'.ajor Huckley was a profes. p-,,i , j
Vp.i'etoii mat le- ,ii,i oi .. iij.,de ie.uii.il v ier pla" - vv'th the Manchf ter 1 "wett rf . .
Sherrwl Smith, who pitch-d ag.inst the Civ. Hr.E iton and Hove. Hirmmgham, 'J.'"".' . . .
Hraves .-aturdav. All th. other- have ' Derby County and Hnulford City cluhs" ,'-. i -
had !! nty of rest nothing but ret for land has be. n nn active ervl,'e In north- Hun.efrJe j s t :
two weks, '.rn Krarice for the !at five mont.i" vv.-.tp 3 0
"111 have oion at short to-morrow. '
O.Mara :s .1 great little piav.r I have'in,, , , lr. 4,f,rr Mull Tn-nliihl.
not lost fa.th in him. Hut tin- cold i . . . ....... . , T
wether has affect,,! hi- playing. A rest n;I crown luriieo. out tor ine ai nuai , .ttH for rottke ii in.
1 1 "til.
A ... ft V, . .
ft e - t.. -
ft ft t .1 II,. K
1 1 I . . U- - .
. , t
1 3 31 s Haski
b!s crowd turned out for ttie annual!
iployees' bcnetlt at the Pt. Nicl
It n' last night, at which many star
should do him good o'Mara 's a oimg ; mpio'""' ncnem a: ine m. .Nicnoias rol.ate
ft ft o
tlons over here
ne On the other hand do ,ou think c,,ur.H where stjmies arc barred would HouMe iiiay -i.roa jtsl Cha.e saenrb- I;
.1 h.s connection with golf has Inured , a, a disadvantage in competition with 'h :,.t:h,Tj-frir.J','r.7iVir'i 's-.'-r'
the good of the game generallj - oth(,rs who'e habit It is to p,a golf In V V,, vdi'm" ., T hy ..'n"i.lkr . Vi-.-
and that ,,t leist four club- have a'ked the I'nlted State c.olf .Vssoc.atiori' dell-
hltr. to comiKte In th'lr tournaments this nltlon of an amateur, is whether 0U
season Irrespective of his standing in consider Prancls Ouimet an amateur or a , Pxrept tossbly to the few strangers who, Ulan to
the e,es of the officials of the flitted professional belns accustomed to the use of Schenec- J.")"'"''
states lioir Asswiation. Tivo ciiiih in "Another Hint. Io you think ouimet . tadles. have had to putt with orthodox
llhode Island and two more In Maa- past conduct hai, in any way been det- rnlf chile, when taking part in comi" tl-
inusetts are Known to nave asKen viuimei rlinentui to tlie pest niieri ot tne
to play in their tournaments even (alnl,
though barreti from tne amateur taiins
by the C S. ii, A. md It Is rumored
that he will be welcomed at other club
Oulni.t's answer to alt of thee Invi
tations liax been the same. He has de
cllned to consider pla)!ng In any um
petitlon In which his presence might em
barrass either the dull holding the com-i
petition or any of hbi fellow cotii-tltors. . To:.i:po. Ohio. Ap'd H - The open.r?
Whether in view of this altitude the American Association game here to-day,
club" -ill press th-'r l!ivinti"ti and attended by l,noo pereon". was won by
ir.slst that he compete remains to be I Toledo notwithstanding the fact that
s,f Milwaukee out.lH the local team Two
Ouimet and Sullivan received handl-1 costly errors in the trim Inning gave
Totals V, . ? V '
B. Il.il l..r lliiher mi "lie .evuth irc.inc
Nftiie out v hen v n-uiir tin v.a -ore.1
.Hailed for M. Ketiri n. the tilth ir.wnj
Ulan for Clarke in Ihe ninth mmni
t ft I 0 ft a ft 1 ft -J
Cin.mr.ati : ' ' 0 " ft t o t-4
Krrnr llrnh. s lull Warner Schmidt.
li. l,a 1,1 ta. iSn f ft ill. Clark
So thoee hailing from Three bie hit ejroh Bain! Illnchmari
The f,,n. have ridden him a bit roughiv i f-"in.-il and ama'eur tVn.-v and
, ,.. . -,.., ,.,..! f.i.,e 1 -kar rs ap:'ire.. The rink w:l!
clrcu-r.stan 1 do no: propose te, t i'k
ehapces of having h.s pTit brok,m
These ame cnt s will be i.ud.tig h.'n
to the si,,s ie.f.ire the summer is ended,
mark my words."
!ecl Krr.ir- siwttke K" tin. v .
!oe Wrt lloni" rnn V,i V !
t! tw er.tv-second ".'dsn to-n.ght with .. hit- !!" k . r". r-i ..-e.,
f.ir-v dre.s at.d ias.uera.le ...Hitvd on "'T,.,':'lr :, !""'.. .". i
he ice. A recr,-, ,.r.wd 1" . pe te, f.. ji, ,,"", ; ' s,n(',. T'". .
attend Costumes can i.e rented a" the vvtt Un it.ie . a i
le-4.rnT l" I se 1'evrenu.
John J. McO ran, who Is almot as !
desperate for victories as is I'ncl.- Wil- referee
llouison in Hefere"- Mnlch.
'otiard Hovvison has consented
stru. k o.it- Bv 11.. k I
tare-Artie Iith im Tmi
the Me tropolitii'i cha tenge cup i
liae '.rt. plan to go gtinti.ng for the 1 " l.alkt lie mat. h between .1 Ferdi
TOLEDO BEGINS WITH VICTORY. !
eipen tmerlean oelmloii enjoii
lief. .re Ilia I rninl, 1
WASHINGTON TRIES NZW TACK.
Heal lied In Their Home Park
tfler a llneeti I'nllure.
ISjstoN. M.."s. April 1 Clark "ir.f-
nn halls- tlfT Xl-Kelirr ' 1 nil s,, hull
Ad mi". I l'mj.r- Oila, and Ka.nn
. hours and v mill lb
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES.
Dodgers with hi" hi ivitst . harge T.
reau. vvtio w,.ri the ..r, , g rne ... I'h la
ilelph.a. will p. ten at Kbt.et" rifl.l he
ir..ves 11 warm up prj'tne -hit lie bis
not suffered from fie . .,:d wave J. .
eir.iw n.tei ded t i. Tere m . f ti r
da, so that lie w jl I lie lead t me. t
Triiiil fir Women . Iimmi. r
Try out w.lt t.. ;i s. , . w
near New Y'.rk " v J i
nan. I Poggenburg holder, and K:..ncls S. are the best u.-not. -a
Applebv .. .Ii,1 tig, t at ta i. "-derkraiu 1 Hast. a. "jrl ng ",. .
a week f-.'iu l'r..lav t. gbr Ir.v.tatioris 1 Pres ,ent . Hub en . f
to w tt.ess w.rc ma, led ves-.rday to , AcMit,,.n Tie !.. .
mat v persons iironiitcet n b.ll.ard nf- to Saf. lv.ti. . t.
fa.c tic .arils . ... -am t g the pi, rase . vv ..men s ra'i'.t a1 ,'
lad., s are wia..ii. I ardj at Sutri P..' -
N'unamaker tapped to Pick. Pick threw , aps for 131 on the Massachusetts liolf ' Tole.lo four runs
1th ha. long had a hunch that It is: u
long lane that h.u- no turn To-day he
reached the turn, bin ball team defeating ptt .t,
tl... lr,wt sm l tn Clark hasn't beaten Iieal 3b
the Hoston cluli on the home grounds In ' lijf,,'
mild bnunstoim by touching third Association list made public to-day This1 twice off Bedlent in the eighth ami the ,W(.Vl ,,revlous efforts, and lo-niRlit J
Indlanspill -sit Pau'
NOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
C.eorge Moge'dge of the Yankees
..Itel.itn. .laff ... Keverelv- hurt v ester.
u.- in v.attino. titacilce. '. Luted ball I single and Lewis's double. The score
struck him in Hi" face and liroke his WAillINTOS iAl. i BOSTON 'A I.
Pnu. ab r h u a
" Mneller.rl 3 5 J t ft llooner.rf
Magee m.d- a tlr.e throw In tlie sec- J 0Jiel.'nnlb
ond Inning arvl retired Mclnnls. who . ) ' 1 S L ftii'iei"
ti,lng to convert a single Into a double. nn.le'..u If 4 111 elMinrien.lt
Magee Is doing the most, versatile work ; Miank.lf . 0 1 0 0 "j.ly
of any of the. Yankee pla,er". . J J J
los.-ph .iedeon has made six hit., in J,". ,j j rr7
Inst two games and la stringing along, . - A.nen-.c
in tlie front rank of American League ,
Ilach of the three American League
games p!aed at tlie Polo tiround" has
lasted more than two hour". Tune Is
waMed t-ome way.
.. t. ...... . .. oil., was rurceti anu , Is the l il that the nssisMatlon sen, rs to nnai score wet i" - "."rn o
auril' preiCiedl"g vv is of lei value what- the Pnlted States i iolf Assoi-iatiou nam- I" do, Itedlent anil Hresnahan . Mllwati
ever In the scheme of tilings He re- ir the Massachusetts men coiisidered k", Staprucka arrl Walker ami Allen,
covered his wits and ciiase.l plpp for an eligible to play in the national amateur To-ela,' other scotch'
e.ot. I itsie-on the wii'le having Clo-ed tho ehamploushlp-. -o that in the "es of At cviuinbua - e'nluinui
"V,A sl.,1,. I....1.. lH.tti oolmet nn. I Sullivan Citv, ft
I.xjole made t.ie tying run In the fifth, s well u Tewksbury and lickwwd are
Inning on a i-ass. lick"s out, Maker to B(iu amateurs.
Plpp, and a muff by Mulsel. who ran In r, vew of the fact that Ouimet. Sulll
for a fly t-all wiilch he was a long time Van and probably Tewksbury and te'ick
locaUlng. .-iiavvhey oiened the New York -o.d have been serve.) .with a written
fifth with a two bagger to the right field notice from Secretary Whitney of the
wall. He was drawn away from the bag i- ,si, A. through llxrcutlve Commit
on Malsel's attempted sacrifice arid cut teeman M. I-wh Crosby that they can
down. Meyer to Wilt, this liemg one of , not (om,ete In amateur events under
tha rare wesislons em wiilch the Ath- the new rule regarding professionalism
letlca ehoweil ttrn other kind of wit. the situation apiiearu to lie muddled.
Malstvl then made a single wiilch was ouimet himself does not know wtiere
ammunition wasted, but lifted Maine! out he stand" at present. He said so to
ol" the .000 division as a batter. I night, stating that as the State body had
Qedeon's single In the sixth, Pipp's I placed him at the top of the list at
double and Nuniiini.kcr'a single turned plus; l It seeme'd to him a recognition
up two runs, and they were helpful. They (Jf his right to consider himself an hum
sngendered ' confidence In tlie Yankee , tHllr, When the matter of Including the
ranks, fiilhooley scored in the seventh names of Oulmct. Sullivan, Tewksbury
on Pick's wild throw, Magee's sacrifice aIh Logwood In this yuii's Stale ban
anel a double steal In collaboration wttli I icnp list ciiine up at .vesterday's meet
Baker after the latter had walked. That , ,ig President Harry' I'' Ayer convinced
war Baiter's only appe-a ranee on a base. ,.ery nR.mber of the handicapping com
NaJsars Htruck him out once with two on I mittee except one that the Massachu
basfl. isetls Ass.s'latlon had no alternative but
Th Athletics, were annoying in both.,,, include the names of the men men
the eighth and ninth. Thompson walked I tinned.
tu tha eighth and after Plpp had made ir Aver's attitude" le that the Ataesa-
a line stop of Slellliauer'a grounder ,.hije.tts ilolf Asefsiatlon Is tiotlilng more
Shawkey mlsstil fl-jt base with his foot ' jhan a clearing house of -,'olf for the dl
tV'Itt made an luftold single and a pass tr,.t tH constllutbui and by-laws It
to Walsh forced in a run Two hard adopts the rultK and ptecepts of the
Hmanhes followed, but Haker Impaled fulled StuteH liolf Assixiatloii. bill He
one, which war a liner fr.iu Striink, and ,. (.nectIou with the nation tl body Is
on the next. v!cou" transportation for indirectly tlirouah the chilis which it
the ball from oldriug's bat, Haker .rv. In this Slate, all of which ar
gracefully gdiltied the tin-, orb and sent tn,.M1i,(.n of Hie l.' S. ii. A The MiiM-a-lt
hurtling for a double pi..) clnisettM iolf Association Is merely the
IiJolc lilt In the ninth was followed ,,,.n,,tu of the dubs, of which It I com
hy CStsjIeon'H failure to touch M-ivilid base IHmei,
whn Shawkey iooa .Mcliinlsfs chop and I'm'lnr these clrcunistances lie con
threw tu Joe torn. I for a foli c. No. ,,h.d the onlv vva the Massachusetts
body was out. bui Pick. .Murpliy and MWj.. i. (i'fclaiy notllled of action
Siluing were throttled quickly by Shaw. )lN ,(, r ,j, a. ih through one of the
!.'. The sci.it. (1V11 Whlch Ihe national body liaa
PUII.ALilll.PIIIA NKW YOItK lutlsdlctloii, nssiimliig that club also to
Kb r I. i a ab r h n a , i.... ,.t ti, vi..uu. hnseltu tiolf
Wilt... 3 ft .' .1 I Mai...ef -. ft ; n "' '.' i" ' ' ' ., .
Waltli.r f 3 n ft ft ft (hihooley rf I I I I o Association. When ine i . m. o. ... ri-
sirunh.el . ft 0 i ft Ma, ri.it. soldi ,,ves the Massaiimselts list of men who
OMriiii lt " J J ;iUker.Jh. 3 1 1 0 I 3 ,,,. deemed ellalble for tile national ama-
.Wriir,;;'.',.. , I ! 11 jKiitt"' i i ? 5 11 .h-.m.loi-l.'.. It- .trop.r course will
I'ak.Sh l ft o l l l ei Kin Ii.hs 3 ft 1 . pe to lintll) me ciui.n m ") o.vo nou
iiie not cngiine.
It cropped up al the meeting that the
I' s ii A oflliiala me flit-appointed In
i.f.i having been prop" liy sivnsirled by
the Miiissachuet tl.s firKanUatlori in Its ef.
foit to purge the iport of irof'ssloniillsm.
ITc-.ldcr.t Ayer sal'! !"-"!'-tht I'ihi lie Pd
not care lo fay anything about any par
itl.ular cafes and that Mr. Croaby
, would have to be mcli. The hitler de
. clareil he could ' say absolutely liolhlng,
-I not even whether or not he had Herved I score :
the t'. ti. (i. A. luecept upon irvvKhutiry.
Loekwooil or an) one else who might
lie is Jubilant.
moment, ilroom p
Totii. si :
coupled with excellent pltcliuiit liy liar
B-r. gave the S.-nators the victory I hey
Kar.sa ,.,,t n run at he lart when Mi..-.-r sin
gled, went to second on a passed "i,ill,
-.tote third iri.l scored oil an out at first
Two hits, with a s.irliice between, gave
them one In the second. A p.s, a steal
and a single accounted for the third run
Janvtln's muff, a sacrlllce and a single urn wo
account for the final tally. Tlie two runs Krrors Pratt.
made bv the champions were due to
errors by Mcllrlde and Harper, Janvrltrs
T 1Jl's I.
rf.i r ri n a
1 .1 .Or els. Il.el
I. ft V .. V eav er 3b
. 1 I K Collin .b
3:13ft Kou-nir lb
1 ft 1 3 . Jai'kfn If
. o n I 3 J Collins. rf
I, ft o . halk .
reroal c .' ' - I Terry ss
avan J o o 3 " r ..or P
ft 0 ft "
0 0 " " " Tota'
t ft 0 -.
1 ft ft II u
0 ft ft ft
: .i o i) '
rlllCAUO A I.
ab r b p l
0 I '
Total .: i ; i: .-.iiore p.
sb rli pa
4 1 t o ;
. ft 0 1 ". ,
; ft si l 1
ft t 3 (1
; ft o o ft
1 e. o o 0
I o 0 ft ft
3 it o ft
1 ft 0 ft c
ft ft ft '
J ft ft t 3
I 0 o n o
ft ft ft e. i
ll.ti.sl fur l.av .tl m th,
.Hatted for MiCaU- tn the ...iciii'i ni.in
II tiled for Clark in tt.e ninth iiinini
A ft ft 1 ft ' ft ft ft
; s ft ft ft t i e
Clark Ts ft bl ha '
Weaver Tohttl Three t"" tilt sj.ier
Kou-tuer J Collin "-triKk nut Hi M
Cats'. 1: by Kalvr. .' I'lrst Ins.- on lui -6ft
lininm, 3: off M.C.ibe. 1 Double play -Ileal
I'ratl ilsl M"ler s-acrlhcr hlU- seve
1- f'oll.ns s,.li..lk Passed ball Hart
lr ' t'nii.ire -0 1-ouchlin and llil.lrbrand
Time-: hour and minute
IiKTltOIT i. I, i 1 CI.E')'.I..Stl v l.i
ab r h p
Hush . .1110 3 liraner If
Vitl b ." 1 3 1 l'Clupnian.!
Cnbbef '. ft 0 ; 1 Hoth rl
Vaill If . . : 1 .s jker.cf
ll-iri-r rf 3 t I i eiandtl 1b
Ki.valiall 1 ft 0 ft Tll-'r 3h lb
B'inl1b ft ft ft 3 0Kian"b
ll-ll 'i.lb rf I 0 3 1ft 1 ismith
Yo.iii:.:b . ft - -Wimbj.tb.
i slain. e ' . e ft J ll .-veil
. - !' rmel'kieo ft ft ft n .i tl!n aril ..
. o l ft t MUIlllSs.e, ,.
- Morton n
TOUl 34 4 '.T IT Mitchell. p .
, Hiibuc p
ab r h p a I
. t . 3 0
3 1 1 1 " ,
. ft ft .1 0 I
, n 1 (I
ft I 1
3 I t 1
a - ; I
1 ft ft ft .,
ft ft ft ft ft
3 ft 3 1
1 ft ft ft tl
ft (i ft 1 f
.: o ft ft .".
tl ft ft n o
l ft e. ft o
-o j v r, i:
'Batted for Imrten in the seventh liinin
.Ballnl fnr Gardner in the ninth inniiic.
Battel for Shore in the eighth Innlnj
w- ....I,.-..-.,. t t ft a a ft ft t i i
ei1, ...,e n.- Kull ehunee fell trt file Ath. I nA. ftAftftftftftft.
. ..." : ... : .. . .. i Total.
letics oiiineiuers, inai romar.. ueni a t-rror otennue, itarner. jaiivrin. i ao .ii.,,-,i .nr llarner i i the riihth Inninir
...... . ,.ni I... . nl.leie,. 1,.. l.u,,s 11,1. eilf slhnre ( in eiM 1 "'"c1! "' iiarper in ine cmi ii i limns
Thompson, who did pinch hit act Imjj on U . ! , or MlPii'li", rl theelUdh inninr
for Mever. Is Kddle. Collins No 2 that , ha.VT t.e,ro , . .. 0 ft ft ; ,1
l 111 the way he stands al the p.atc h, Mjrgati. " Kirat base nn hall-Oft Cleviland ft ft 1 ft ft 0 ft ft-".
Hvery little trick mannerism recalls tlie 1 ilars-r '.; off shore, " 'truck out Br liar. rirrer Dubue. Sie-aker taiiate t'i ha
star of the White Sox. 'per 1; by Shore e: hy i-eniim-K, i iiounie ),it Itellman. :. f.ranei, i.andil. Turner
. i-.sj .. t-,v .... ...,. t ........... . j nrre i,s- no- ,ii.
.vioryan alio judge. i-aeseu uaai as
3 0 I i
.13 III '.'I 13
"ejer.e .null Nu'mallere I ft
Thompson o I ft 0 Oshawkej.p i ft
siurpni "- 'uu u
NaUirt n . ft o ft I
sheelnll.il ft ft ft 0 I
"Slrllliauer 1 ft ft .1 ft
Crowell.p II ft 0 4 ft
tSehaiiif I ft ft 0 ft
Totalt 3ft J .". II K
Balled for Meier In Ihe eishlli ii.iiiii.
tTlalle.1 for Sheelihii in I lie fu-htli iniuii
ttlatled fur Crowe II in the ninlh liminir
Pllllailelphl-l 0 0 ft ft l ft ft i
New York ft I ft fi o ; i ft
Krrors Wilt. Pick. Maicl lii-ileon .!,..
key First hae on error. Pulladclphia.
sew ui t le-ii .in ,,,- i -ii j laiiei roil.. -- ,
7; New York, lo Kir.t ba" on halls off , come under the rule.
HII ..u,iis, 1. on r-iireiio. 101 euawhey, t, .HT. .Vjrr IIIOlsHieoi i.o,.ce,, ion
Iflif St"1'. O1"1ou,.-N.l"",,i.,i by Shaw ke-,- 3 eonverMilloil tliat until tlie Massaclllliietts
!l rhVM-Ver notlllcatlon from club8 that
JK): baesta-iiilhooii-j- 3i Baker, Mim-I lioiihle curtain of their meniliera hail been de-
piaj-i-aaoie. in ami .sii innu, I'e. klu-i clared profeiailolials by tne u, . U. A.
Nunamaker made a pour throw on
Walsh's atteufpled steal In the sixth In
ning. The throw was short, but liedeon'x
deft pickup converted It Into an out.
Some day the big league meignates
will get angry at the wrather and open
with Kastern teams all p!a)ing In the
Wet. April finds lesa rain and fewer
slponemenlH In the Went, A hoon as
the schedule builders do that, however,
tlie weather will have a tantrum and
iffllct the occidental half of the circuits
wilh cold and wet.
(illhooley'a hit In the first Inning was
duo to his beating NaborH of the Ath
letics In a nprlnt for the Uig.
The C.lants. Pirates, Phillies., Cardi
nals and Heds have won shutout vic
tories In the National League; the De
li oIIh and Cleveland!! In the American,
Catholic t'nlverally W'lna, 4 to O,
Wahiiiniiton, D. C, April IS, Catho-
llo rnlverttlty defeated the fast Hoston
College team here to-day In a well
i played game by a ivcoro of to 0, The
I'mpires- Hineeii and Nallln. Time of game
new i Moll n base Buh
Sairifi.e hits -Chapman,
lour and 3ft mtmitrt
Pnhlp Malta to Open Mar 1.
Word was received last night from
Thotiiaa W. Whittle, Commissioner of.-0 niinuie
Parke, for The Hronx, that the public
golf courses In an ortlandt and
Until, r.andn. Turner Double pUvs- IIiihIi
Voniu- and Hellnian; O'Neil and Turner. Cobb
and Slan'ije Kir.t bae on ball. Off Du
buc, 7; off Morton. 3 struck out Br Il.ibuc I
3: br Mnrtnn. 4; hr Mitchell l t'mpire i
Chill ami Kvarn Time ot game: hour and I
Pelham Hay parks would not be open" d I .M-mphi; in
until May 1, It was Commissioner orfean,.
Whittle's Intention to open the public
llnk.s on Saturday of this week, but
the unusual amount of. tain and snow 1
In the last three or four weeks had,
made It Inadvisable to do so. It in the
welfare of the links which has caused
the postponement of thn opening date,
r Iilnnlnrliani. -
Nashvlll. .1. Uttl Hock, 1
paugh. e.edeon slid Pippl Baker, (ir.leoii
and I'ipii I'l.e-il ball Meer Wild pin-l,
"ibiy- Jl't 0I NaboM. 7 III six Innings,
off Shrehau. I in one inning; n( Crnwell,
noiw In one I n i n ii Karn?0 nin-Oft ,N
bora. I. Umpire in duel Coiinoll. Kield
viraujtre O'fii.. Tune-: hours and w niln.
BtHr.BAM, TILIIAV. KIHIKTH riKI.lt.
BrcoklD vt, New VoiU, Jijo ". ii.Atv. .
such men were still amateurs.
President I.. H. Kolsom of the Wood
land liolf Club, of which Ouimet, Mill
II van and Tewk-sbury are member, said
the matter had not come otllclally be-
tlaehallTa-eUr,l:3(II. M. N, T. Amarlrana
v. Philadelphia. Polo Urouodi. Adm. 60c
it ii n.
Iln.tnn College 0000001ft 00 3 4
Cuthulle t'lttverslty 0 0 13 0 0 10 x 4 13 ft
Hatterles (1111 and Donnelly; Kendriclt
and II While, Umpire Mr. Woodward.
Hetilh Allanlle laaue.
Moiitg.nnery, 2: Columbua, 1.
('iilumbla, T: I'harleatnn, 4
Marnn. 4; Alhan), S.
Augusla, -4, Jackaonvilla, 3
Tea I fue,
llftiiatoei, 2; Beaumont. I.
VS'aro, 4; Kort Worth, 3.
Shreveporl, 13; Dallaa. S.
Oalveaton, 5; Han Antonio, I,
Olaala t. PteJIav Ticket! on aalei far eptn
lui f me, Arll ittta. N. T, Clvk offlct.-vieiVi
Iranian Vlelortona tajaln.
Ci.KVKi.ANP, Ohlei, April lS.--John
Scanlan of Cleveland defeated Jerome
Keogh of Hochestcr, N, Y to-night 10
to 40 In their Intenhtate three cushion
bllllulril match, the contest going Ts In
ning. Keogh had a high run of T while
Scatilaji's bet wan a run of 5, Scanlan
played safety every difficult shot. Thin
was scanlan s fourth consecutive victory.
Will fchlft N. V. I'. Player..
New York Unlveralty'i. baseball team
will play Lafayetto thin afte-rnoon on
Ohio Kield. Although no definite changes
In the Violet lineup have been an
nounced. It la exvected that Coach Kel
leg will make a considerable shift, as
the Htevena game lant Saturday proved
that the Infield needs HtrengtlienltK.
T MIINATTAI HOUSE
HaVMD va.'PUII. BIJIII1U.
S000 Dt II. Kot'tT U M. Bom KtH,
Autos Selling Fast
lllggeat assort ment of llisid Can in N Y.
Big Bargaina in
All Style. & Price
Practically every make In Hock or procurable,
Pricr. $100 up to $2,500
Kasy Paymuits Arraagnl Trades Made,
10,000 Tirea, 30',' to 60', Saved
Tt'BKS, 7.1c In a.,ist.
bundrlrs, Klectric Kuulpiuent, Self Starters,
Body Salt! Immintt Stock
All atylea in Stock New or Uied.
Prices Will furprlse You,
Itemodel )our car, whole job complete.
('Bargains in all Depta.
"Our Prirtt Scare Our Competitors"
Jandorf Automobile Co.,
AUTO TIHK DKPAKT.MKNT8.
1761-1763 Broadway, nr. 57th St.
Body Depart meat. 301-307 W. t)tUi St.
Said a Great Automobile
"You pay for what you need, whether
you buy it or not."
If you do not buy the exact tire you need
the one just suited to do what you require of
it you will pay for it even
tually anyway in final high
cost and low service.
There are five United
States 'Balanced Tires a
tire to meet every need of
price and use the only complete line offered
by any one tire manufacturer.
Find out which United States Tire fits vour
particular needs and then buy it.
Buy the exact tire you need in the begin
ning and you will have low-mileage cost in
Ath tha mmrnt eleWraraf 5rara 7ire Otaltr
for your copy of th booklet, ' 'Judging Tim.
which ttut how to cnoote the particular tire
Oat ml the Five)
to ait your nttdi.
Unittd Stattslire Company
Nobby' -ClialV Uaeo' Royal Cord' 'Plain'
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