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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1916.
HARVARD LOSES TO
YALE IN DUAL MEET
Winners Scorn CM PoImN
to in '-:, Ts(;liii(M Covers
100 Ynrds in 0 t-S Socomls.
FEW FlfillTIXO FINISH KS
C.MmuiKiK. Ma., May 1.1. Vale and
Harvard contested In their annual ilil.il
track and Held meet In the. Stadium here
to-day, Yale winning an expected, with
9 1-3 points In in :!.". Johnny Mack'!
athletes xcorcd first pl.uoH In eight of
the tltltti-eti eciitx, takltiK the htirdt.'s,
distance rum mill all the Held events,
except the pole vault. In which two Yale
men mid a Harvard man weie lied.
Yalu'n lino hahmce wan everywhere
apparent, while Harvard fell down In
only one event. Them wan some, good
running, hut there were few lighting
finishes on tho track. In the half mile
run Hlngh.im of llnrvaril wan passe I
by darker of Yalo Just brfoie the filial
turn, but broke loose on the stralgh'
away mid won In 1 minute ,.s I!-," sec
ond!), which was excellent time under
Johnny (iverlnn of Yale was expected
to meet ltlnghnm In the Sii and a large
crowd was on hand to see the two rlvaW
of the winter meets. tivetton, however,
decided to run the mile and two mile
races, and noil both easily
One dual game record was equalled,
K. A. Teschner, who won both dashes,
dolus !t 4-5 seconds in the century. This
dual game record was set H years ago
by W. A. Schick of Harvard, who, wlih
Patterson of Pennsylvania, Wcfcrs of
Georgetown and Crnlg nf Michigan, holds
the American collegiate record,
Farwrll of Yale won both hurdle.
O'er, after winning the hlKh Jump at fi
feet for Yale, lost the broad event to
Hampton, also of Yale, who cleared '.'3
feet ai4 Inches.
I lav duel; of Harvard and Nichols and
Butk of Ynlu all cleared the bar at 12
feet f. Inches In tin- pole vault, coming
within hulf an Inch of the dull gam
(nnllilur Disappoints llnrvnrd.
Harvard's great disappointment wnj
In not having Coolldge come through
In the high hurdles, llr.idcu of Yale ami
Hrown of Yale were expected to score
aa Held event winners, but neither per
formed brilliantly. Wilcox, ran a pretty
race In the quarter, both he and Fenny
packer beating Davis of Yale. The sum
100 Yard Plash First Tru! Ilrjt - Won
by 15. A. Teschner, Harvard i! V.. Keoier,
h1o, m nnd, It I. Treadway, Yale, third
Time, to see onds
Second Trl.il Heat Won by C M. Jones,
Talc; II Hfrjr, Jr., Vale, second: C M.
fitcwart, Yale, third. Time. 10 15 seconds.
Final lle.it w.in by 1!, A Trsehner.
Harvard. II. 1 Treadway, Yale, second,
II ail-re, Yale, third Time, & 43 seconds.
Eiiuals dual meet record.
320 Yard Hath -First Trial Heat Won
by 1J. A. Ttschner, Harvard, II. I. Tread
w. Yale, second; (i K. Kecler, Yale,
third. Time, 22 setnhd-
frecond Heat Hon hy W. Moore. Har
vard i W Wilcox. Harvard. second, C M.
ttwart, Yale, third. Time. 22 seconds.
Final Ileal Won by i: A. Tesehner,
Harvard. II I Treadway, Yale, second; W
Wilcox, Harvard. thlrJ. Time, 21 3- sec
ond 440 V.inl Itnn Won liy W. Wilcox, Jr.,
Harvard T It. Pennypickcr. llnrvnrd,
econ.l. J I., luiis, Yale, third. Time.
10 4 ', e, on, Is
On M. Itu'i -Won l.y .1 W Overton.
Yale U l Ciilnl'lie'.'. Harvard, secntxiV
J. I l'u;.iatn, Yale, third. Tltne, 4 minute
I(. -.- i-
va'i Virvl Hun Him by W. .1 Ulnthum,
flanard. A i liarlt'r. Yale, neinnd. A
nid.il. Harvaid. third. Time, 1 minute
ftf, J.,, . 'iti.i-
Thu II!i Itun -Wen bv J. V, Overinn.
Tale. It II Hitldvi. llnrvaril, serond:
G A Kim:, Harvard, third. Time, i
rr.lriiii,. M ,.. mini.
ISO Yard Hurdle. First Trial He-it
Won b J - r.irHi-.l, Yale, II, J. (niirl,
HnriM-'!, s. ,.!nl Tl'il', It'. 3-& seronds,
.-ec io,l Ileal -dtV un by I.. Ilavls. Yale,
J .1 uniltt. YJte seinnil. Time. 10 2-i
Final ll it Won l.y ,1. V. Firnell, Yale;
i: I, l,ivl. Yale. Ki, ninl. .1 J DfTutt.
Yale, third TIiom, 1,1 1-r, ei ,in,l.
Yard laov Hurdles. rirt Trial Hevt
tViwi l.j J Fariv.U. Val.., r )t Allsn.
Harvir.l. "m on.l. Time, ri; seconds
Second Heat W.,n by 11. I'ntter, Yale;
A. :. Itiiue. Harvard, second. Time,
11 l-i ssi o s.
I'm r I'll Wins l.inv tlnrrlles.
rina' He it Won by .1 V. Farel. Yale,
F t. Allen. Harvard, second. A. K. House,
Harvard, third Time. VI .; second!
Itunnlni; IIIkIi Jump Won by Y .XI.
Oler. Vale. . fet. J U Johnstone, liar,
vsrd. eeo.n.l :, feet It Inilifs. il I", lilf.
ford, Yale, third. .". feet 9 Inches.
Uumdnc !lr..ad lump Won bv F M
ll.imiil.nl V. le. rl feet ,1l4 billies. W M
Oltr. Jr. Yale, seiiitul, feet si. Inchrs
: F M, hul. Yile, thlrJ. :t tect It
I'utilnit in Found .-hot Won by .1. M
nradeu, Yale. 15 feet II Inches A. T
l.vmin. Harvard, seinnd, 41 feet 1 1
Inehes, II, Schmidt. Yale, third, 3s feet
Thrmvlnc Ifi Found Hammer Won bv W.
T. HroMii. Yale, 13T fi et s Inches. F.. It,
Itoberts, Harvard, seinnd. IS; feet J F.
sVahlen, Yale, third. l!i feet 5 In'hes.
l'olo Vault- Tl- between II S Hu k.
Tale. .1. I). Nagel, Yale, and li (i. Hay
ok, Harvard, helslit, 15 feet Inches.
BROWN BLANKS MANHATTAN.
Mr vt York I'lajers I'nll In Their
support of O'Connor.
rnnviiiKNCK, It. I.. May 13. The Man
nmliui team went down to defeat before
lirnvvii this atternoon, 4 to n Inability
to connect with the slusjts of Ken Flan
ders was mainly the cause of the visitors
ri'cclvlni; a co.it of whitewash.
OVonuor pitched uuod ball for the
lHltorH, fanning twelve of the locals and
sllnvvlng only live lilts, all of which went
for nausht. His teatnniates fielded lag
gedly, only one of tin- wlnneis' runs be
ing earned The Holding and batting
features we'e contributed by Davidson
and U, Johnston, Tho score:
all r h p a ei ab r h i a e
Murray,. li 10 1 u lie Mcr,'hlln.3b tut 0 So
Iloli'i.-iiu.lf i no o oo'llirs'h'mi.cf 401 : 01
Ornisov.ef ')' 1 ooNnUn.e . , 4 0 0 13 1 0
Djvids'n.nb 4 1 ' 1 3 I tH'onnor.p. 4 : 0 : 1
C.lolin n.ss tut 3 0.I lliiull'n.ss 4ii0 1 1M
J -)oli ii'ii.i f iio o AwMiirtln,:li. 30 0 o it
Andrew t. lb Mill 0 o'll.urau.rf 3 0 0 0 (id
Pelnlieri.e 3 0 o io I 0,1! Ilicirn.lb 300 on
Flanders.il 3 0 0 " I 0 lire niiau.K 3 0 0 0 on
Totals . . 31 I :T 11 tl Totals 33 0 I 21 ' 3
Jt.mhalt 'ii ... o n n ei o n o n n o
Broun. .. 1 0 : 0 1 0 C x -4
Three b.w lilt (I Jnluiitnu Struck out -Bv
Flandeis 1". by O'Connor, i: Firl base
ret bills Oil Flaiidiis. off O'Cuiuinr 3
ftnleii lia.es Murray. Davidson. An, liens
Siiinlbe lids- Murray, li Jnlin.lon. j; J
Ilnuldian llreuu.iii F.niscd b ilia Hrcnn.ui, 3
I'tninre Fmni II Timt 1 hour and 2 nun
Ulis WILLIAMS TRACK TEAM WINS.
Ilenlx VYi'sli'Miti IIS l-ll in ,-.7 y-lt h
lifltlnu s,.(.,niln nml 'llilrils,
Wll.i.M.MSTovvN, Macs., May 13 --Will-lams
defeated Wihlc.VHii u the annual
ttack meet bitvvceii the. two Institutions
bee,, Oil,. Hfleinoon liy a score of 1X l-ll
to f." !:!. Tim xlMtlng tcani easilj car
ried away the weight and hurdle events
nrnl won eluht of the fourteen llrst places
but hint the meet on t-econd and third
Haxcs of Willi mis vvnii din l oo yard
dnh III l'i si. unds, establishing a recmd
for tho Williams courn'. t 'milling of
Wnsleyau won the smi jurd run, the
closest race of tho day, mlnuleH 4
aeconds, and linmn of Williams gained
first In the two mile, run by a Mm yanl
marRln, malilnn time of j mlnutts f.u
I'nispeei Park llasebnll.
PAHUCni.VI. SCIHiOI.r' I.F.Wil 1:
HI. Francis Xaylor. u, M Mcphc,,
St, Anthony 15 Nativity. 1
Ft. lere. , , p J,tb, 1;
t. Fatrlik, t, HI John's. :
J1ra"V." '! Vliuent's, 4.
Oitfd Cuunacl, J; St, ur', '
KEEPING ABREAST OF
THE SPORTING TREND
My Wllilit am n. IIAMJVA.
American iitul otlirr fighters have been
r.ikliiR In Hie dollar mid ccntH In tills
country In n. gold mid silver and paper
harvest, mid In Anitriill.i they've been
getting their potitidH and pence Nnw
Atghtliin In eager to have them no
there) and fight for her pesos. In short,
fighters these- days) are making all kinds
The only days on which Walter John
son Is harder to hit than on the cloudy
ones ale the sunny ones.
One of our leading young tennis play
ers s said to be worth )20,000,000,
With this he could buy 40.000,000 tennla
balls and assuming he plajs 130 matches
a year, using three bnlls to a match,
he could no on playing 8.88S ears, pro
vided hit) racket held out.
Dutch Leonard of the fled Sox held
opposing teams to three hits each In
two successive games. And yet the
opposing batsmen will tell you that he
didn't have n thing. It's well for those
opponents that he didn't, for take that
"didn't have a thing" nvvny from him
anil he'd pitch no hit games.
Some critics lire doubtful whether
Harney, the I'lrate outfielder, will stick.
Harney Is a Saskatchewaitlte. If he
slicks as lung as what ho Is he'll be
there until a certain undesirable place
Is frozen over and you can cross on
After what the Cilnnts did to the
I'lrate the stereotyped reply of the ail
ing one as to how he Is feeling will be
changed to: "I.Ike l'lttsburg."
We wete fpioted In this column as
"aylng that If the bars were tipped with
red and blue that was the I'enu stroke,
If light blue the Columbia stroke. If
with scarlet the Syracuse stroke. 11
should have been oars, not bar, and '
thus was one of our best wheezes, which
came spontaneously after many hours of
thought, wrecked. The only barring done
In college rowing Is by the faculty.
Again, so dlMiUBUMicd a golfer lis
Klrkby appeared In type as Klrby, al
though there are plenty of k's on our '
The l.s 13 miles In twenty-four hours!
by Kalph Mulford In a motor car was j
the fastest long distance flight ever
made In any vehicle with this escep-
tlon and the exception makes the Mul-1
ford pcrfnt malice look piffling; The old'
earthmobllc .whizzes through space I,- I
S4I.60O miles In twenty-four hours, has
been at It since long before Mulford' '
ancestors were cave men, and never has i
sklddrd nor cranked up once since the ;
original start. i
The Vale faculty has decreed that the '
disqualified ball players of that unlver- i
ally must not even play with the sec-
olid nine, either to give the varsity prac
tice or against outside teams, but so
far Mesr. Legore. fumpelly, Milburn. i
Hhett and Kaston have not been pro- t
hlblted by the faculty from dreaming i
that they are In a ball game. I
The amateur coif champloni-hip of '
NAVY, 60-48, LEADS
COLUMBIA IN MEET
-Middies Alioad Hut Tlirt-c
Points at l-nst Kvont, but
Sweep Pole Vnult.
ANS'vfol.ls, May 13. In a field and
track meet. Interesting because of Its ,
closeness and the number of finely con-
testid events, the Naval Academy won'
here to-day from Columbia, uo to tx.
The pc rformattri.'s averaged well, but
werv not exceiitlon.il, No local records
were exreeded, but a number of thla
e.ir's llguris were b tiered.
Tim Navy team led by but three
points at the ufart of the last event,
tin, pole vault, but got a victory by a
fair margin by taking all three places
In It. No other clean sweep win m.ido
during tb. afterinsiu.
The splints were both holly contested
among Vobury and Munis of the Navy
and llarvllt of Columbia. Vosbury was
!lr-t in both, but was pushed hard by
the two others. The quarter mile run
was also a t-plcmlld race, Morris, Xavy,
m.I lli,!u.,i1,r1 I . iliiiiil.l.t ilrlvltiir oaoll
..... v..., , r. .
othir hard around the track, the Navy1
man winning by a few Indies. The sum
1O0 Yard ll.isli First. Vobur. Navy;
second, Morris, Navy, third. Ilarvltt, Co
lumbia. Time, In 1.5 seconds.
2"1 Yard liasli- I'ltst. Vosbury, Navy;
ecnnd, Ilarvltt, Columbia, third, Morris,
Navv. Time, : : seconds.
!! Yard Hurdles - First. Cassl.ly. Co.
lumbla, second. X'.illmer. Columbia; third.
Clark, Nivv. Time, 16 2& seconds.
;:o Yard Hurdles First. Cassldy, Co.
lumbla, seinnd. I)ean, Navy, third, Neal,
Navy Time, 21 4 !, seconds.
440 Yard Hun First, Morris, Navy: see.
end. Iluelseiibeck, Columbia; third, Fltre,
Navy Tlm. S3 3 seconds.
Half Mile Hun FIisi, iielgn. Columbia;
semnJ Kricseon. Navy, third, Tohln, Navy.
Time, ; minutes 3.5 second.
Mile Itun--First. Sin bird. Columbia,
second, Vreel.ind. Columbia; third, Mack,
Navy Time, I minutes .VI seconds.
High Jump First, Jeffries. Navy, second,
Sihulte, Columbia, third. Francis. Nav.
Height, S fpl s Indies
. Ilruad Jump -First. Chaptlue, Navy, and
lluih, I'lilumbla, tie,) , third. Schulte, Co
lumbia iJlslance, 21 feet 5 Inchis
Shot Fill First, Armstrong, Columbia;
seinnd, lllfiemeler, Navy, third. I.tttaurr,
Columbia. Distance. II feet 1 Inch.
Olscus Throw- First. Atleii. Navy, see
nml, III 1 ,1 11 . Navy; third, l.lttauer. Co
lumbia, Distance 105 feet 7IS Inches
pule Vault First, McKee. Navy, und
Williams, Navy, tied; third, Mayer, Navy,
Height, 11 fret
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BRAND'S A.I SAUCE
Texas was won when one player stymied
his opponent at tho thirty-seventh hole.
Not a very thrilling way to lose, but
after thirty-seven holes an.vbody might
to be. wilting to bo stymied, sandbag
ged or chloroformed to bring the match
to uti end.
The only performance at the recent
Vassar athletic meet which compare
with the Intercollegiate work of tho
men win the fenco vault, and that be
cause tho men hnve no fence vnult.
On the same day of the Vassar games
girls In the far West had an athletic
meet, Some of the performances com
pare thus: B0 Yard Hash K.ist, 7 sec
onds: west, ? 1-5; 100 yard dash, east,
12 2-5; west, 13 3-Si high Jump, east, 4
feet I 3-S ; west, 4 feet 4 : shot put,
eaat, 31 feet, fi ; west, 32 feet; baseball
throw, cast, 214 feet ! Inches: west,
175 feet: basketball throw, cast, SO
Teet ; west, 07 feet.
Show tig. on the whole, that the East
Is more athletic than the effete West.
fteferrliig again to the Vassar games
rontests "Miss IMIth Conant of Hoston
broke the record for the 100 x.ird dash,
making th distance In 12 4-10 sec
As we understand It, the record would
, have been fully as much broken had
I the time been given as 12 2-5 seconds.
OltANO HRACII, Mich, Mav li. How.
srd .spaubllng, Jr., nf Fhlcncn and Howard
Ottden of Michigan City defeated i" II
Anil and II. I Cosey of Michigan City In
Is four halt event here this afternoon
I A process nf elimination of such
events as nre not of the four ball sort
, helps to anvver the ipiestlon of what
sort the paragraph refers to, but even
I then there remains doubt whether It was
i billiards, golf. Juggling, croquet, bowl-
lug or marbles.
FltlNFF.TON. N J. May tl From now
on In ail lti championship baseball games
among Princeton, Vale and Harvard the
professional couch nf each team will tie ul
towed to remain on the bench and direct
Suppose there aren't any champion
ship games among Harvard, Vale and
Princeton The championship chances
of Vale and Princeton already are so
slim that about the only way they can
affect the champnnlilp Is by what they
do to teams tha hive a chance for that
honor Harvard has a chance, but so
have Columbia, Tufts, Dartmouth and
Lehigh, and Harvard-Vale-Princeton
games are not of necessity champion
ship games any more than crimson, blue
and oranse are the only colors In the
world. Perrrlblng as championships
the games of these three Is nonsense.
fete Herman, the New Orleans ban
tam, had his throit lanced, but In the
cases of numerous tlresomely h.ihhbug,
prattling, garrulous managers of flcht
er, a gag would suffice.
Over the Item "The t'nlverslty of
Washington eight oared crew, which
won the Pacific coast Intercollegiate
rowing championship from Stanford
t'nlverslty In a three mile race on April
7, will not participate In the Intercol
legiate regatta at f oughkeepsle," ap
pears this head :
Sanford Crew Not Coining.
Which Is not only getting the wrong
crew but getting the wrong crew
Princeton Teiim Has Little
Difficulty Wiiiuiiijr Dual
ritlNcirros, N. ,T.. May 13. I'rlncetnn
defeated Virginia here this afternoon In J
n dual track meet by the score of S3 ,
to 34. I
The Tigers scored four slams, taking'
nil three places In both dashes, the twO
mile run and the pole vault, (if a pos-1
slhle thlitccn first places the Virginia!
Xlen secured only three, Norrls won the1
half mile, Wilson the low hurdles and
lteuscley the broad Jump.
Norile's perfm niance In vv liming the
half was the best of the nnet, as he wis
beaded by l'lntu and It.irr, liotlt I'rince
lonlaus, until the homestretch was
reached, when he let out it burst of speed
which carried him over the tape an easy
victor over the Tiger representatives.
KIchuriNnn of Frilicetoti succeeded In
lowering Norrls's colors In the itiarter
by showing a wonderful finish when the
Vliglnian tried to pass hint iiIhiiii twenty
yards from the finish. Hilly Moore was
h gh Individual scorer for the TlgeiH
with firsts In both the 100 and the 220.
The summaries ;
100 Yard Dash Won by Moore, prince,
ton, Snowden, Princeton, second, Jesse,
Princeton, third Time, 10 l.J secun-U.
-2" Yard Dash Won by Muore, Prince
ton; Hnrmden. Princeton, second; lfciKett,
Princeton, third. Time, 21 1-0 teiouil.
110 Yard Itun- Won bv Itlchardsnn,
Princeton; Norrls. Virginia, second; stone,
Vlrulnls, third. Time, si seconds.
Mi) Yard l!un Won by Norrls, Virginia.
Floto, Princeton, second, Jl.irr, Princeton,
third. Time. I minute .VI 11 seconds
line Mile aim--Won by Colwell, Prince
ton, Abbott, Virginia, si-fond, Underwood,
Princeton, third, Time, 4 minutes il 4,-S
Two Mile Itun- Won bv lltover, Prince,
ton, Paull. Princeton, second; lllschoff.
Princeton, third. Tlin, V minute 02 5 5
f.u Yard High Hurdles -Won by Wilson,
Virginia, llnutelle, Virginia, second. Craw -turn,
Frlutelun, third. Time, 1 2. J sec
onds 22U Yard Low Hurdles- -Won by Craw
ford. Princeton; Wilson, Virginia, second,
M. Wilson, Princeton, third Time, 25 2-i
tunning High Jump Won by Daw,
Princeton; Cruvvford, Princeton, second,
Archer, Virginia, third. Height, i feet
Itunnlng llrnnd Jump --Won by Itease
!"y, Virginia; Hnberta. Princeton, second,
Hound. Virginia, third Distance, 21 feet
Pole Vault--Won by White, Princeton;
tie between Carey, Princeton, and Krsklue,
I'rlncetnn, for second place, Height, 11
feel 6 Inches,
Sixteen Found Hammer ThrowWon by
(lennert, Frlnceton; Nourse, Princeton, sec
ond; ll.irker. Virginia, third. Distance,
13i; feet 11 Inches.
sixteen Found .Shot Put Won by Hlti.
cliilre, Princeton, llsrker, Virginia, sec
und, leirsen, Princeton, third Distance,
42 feet 9 li Inches,
Final Team Score Princeton, 83 points;
Virginia, 31 points.
Trinity Kinds Huston Collegr ICnsy,
llAnTfimt), May 13. Trinity, which
until last .Saturday had not won a track
meet In threw years, easily bent lloston
Collego to-day, nil 0 " polntH going to
Trinity in the two mile run, broad Jump
und Kiln vault, Tim local college took
eleven first places, The tieorgu twins,
W, II. and N, J, Ueorgo, who conni from '
llssex, N, Y won the coveted "T." Cnpl.
t'rehore, the distance runner i llyron, who
jutupen tcct; snuitlilesa In tho hur
dles and (kildsteln In tho dashes look
good for next week's Intercolleglute meet,
Four HlrnlKlit for It Icliiiinnil.
ItluilMiiNp, Vii .May 13, Richmond
made It four in a row fiom Toronto by
wlnnlnu the Inst frame nf the home
series to-day by a si-ore of 7 to I. Me
Qulllen was hit at opportune times,
while Mclxenry, leceuily secured from
the Cincinnati Iteds, was effective
throughout, The sroio:
II. II. K
Tnrnnt ooooooi 0 0 1 I, o
Itlclilliund. . . 0200 2 001 x 7 It 4
nutl.rle.-McQulllfn ud iltllrl McKtarr
TALK BY FORDHAM
FAILS AT COLUMBIA
MiirnoiiH Win tlio Joust, nt -IHirtcc,
hill Losn Itnsolinll
fliunp, 7 to 2. .
CONTEST 11 UNTIL AT It
College ntwebatl Results.
Hvvartlimore, j Itntgers, 3.
Army. 3j Fntverslty nf Huff a to, !.
Navy, 7; Johns Hopkins, 6.
Frlnceton, C; Pennsylvania, t,
Cornell. I ; Michigan. 0.
Columbia, 7; Knrdham, 2.
I'cnn State. ; Carnegie, 0.
I nlon, 7; New York University, 1.
Itrown. 4; Manhattan. 0.
Holy Cross, 2; Yale, j,
l.afayette, C: 'Lehigh, 4,
Dartmouth, 17; Williams, II
Vermont, .1; Colgate, 5,
Columbia defeated Fordham vester
dny on .nouth Field T to I, thus winning
both games of the home and home
series for tho first time In ten years.
It was a hard, close game for six In
nings, there being more arguments than
base hits A sarcastic repartee was car
ried on between the opposing benches
and until the eventful sixth It looked
as If Fordham was winning the debate.
As for the ball game It was standing
still. 1 to 1.
In the dxth Inning Hunnagiiro re
ceived a hit when his hard grounder
bounded over llerrigan's head. Mem
stein followed by lacing out one of
Jimmy McCJuade's splttera to right for
one base. Heck Hied out to Kerrigan,
who made a tine catch near the left
field foul line. llouck hit a little
grounder tow aid Ihlid, Ilerrlgali,
Vixl.mii and McQunde ran after the
roller and nobody covered third. The
bases were full.
lleitson hit a low grounder right at
Herrlgan, The latter tossed the ball
slowly underhand to Damico to head off
llouck at second. The Columbia third
sackcr slid hard and vva safe by many
feet Meanwhile Hunnagiiro soored
diottko came up with three bats.
Illctter pns this fellow," shouted
Capt. Watt to the l'ordliani bench
Capl I.tish Ignored the hint and so did
.McQuade. Spottke rapped out a triple,
scot Ins three runs. Smith Hied out
When Hobby Watt came to bat In. the
seventh Inning he shouted to Coach
Folly l.ush ; "Why didn't you order Mc
yuade to pass him? 1 told ou what
I.usli Fulls ns n Prophet.
"Nnboilv will ever pass jnu," replied
l.ush. "Your popups wouldn't keep xnti
In a class 1 league." Watt whiffed at
the first ball, missing It by six Inches
The Fordham tiind and the gallery
howled. "Next to winning the game
nothing pleases us better than to tec
yon strike nut," said l.ush to Watt
Watt picked out a curve and slammed
It to right center lie could have made
a home run on It, but stopped en route
to Hr-t to ask the Fordham benyh how
It liked his bush league hitting. The
rordham bench wn silent. Watt
reached third, un an error by F.errl
gan on llasklns's grounder he scored.
Another Cnluuib.it tun came In the
eighth Inning, when Martin succeeded
McAJiiade on the mound. Houek hit th
llrt-t ball served up for a home rim to
It ft Held
Smith had his cuives brnl.ltig well
throughout the game In the llrst three
truing Fordham had men on second or
third with none down.
Herrlgan singled in the first Inning,
stole second and got to third on a passed
ball. Vlvlano tiled to ltensnn, and Her
rlgan started for the plate. He pulled
out before scheduled time, though, and
was called out by t'mplre Connelly In
the second and third Innings Smith
wotked himself out of situations even
Ill the fourth Damico, who played a
star game for I'otdhalii, singled to left
and raced for second when Watt fum
bled the throw In. Hall moved him to
third on a grounder to Smith, whence he
scored on Noonan's single to right.
Three Snfrtlm In n Himt.
Iii the ninth Smith was hit for three
singles In a row -Vlvlano, iMmlco and
Hall, Vlvlano went acro."s with' the
second and last run for Fordham. With
a inati on second and thlid Smith again
Marled to work his canny shoots. Noon.i.i
fanned, iVConnell did the same and
Shanley pupiied to Huonaguro
Columbia'- Hist run came In the sec
ond liinlng. Keck beat out an Infield hit
to Hall lie was foi.-cd out by llouck,
who got to second on a fielder's cholie
of lleiison's grounder, and to third when
Honson went out on Spottke's grounder.
llouck and Spottke started a double
steal and the third baseman made home
eafely. From that time to the end of
the game it was haul to say whetbet
tlie contest on the diamond or the colli
xereatlnnal cniFS-IIre attracted the most
attention. Fordham undoubtedly won
The victory made Columbia's record
for the season ten victories, one tie anil
one defeat, The score:
FOIIDHAM I COl.F.XtniA
ab r h p a el ab r h p a
hVrriganss 101 2 r. 2 Wntl.tb.... 4 1 I n :n
MfClnnc., too 3 o " Hasklns ef 4in n v
Viti.niii.3h till t (I'thionit'o is 412 1 31
I)anilen..'h 4 1 .1 3 2 1 Hernst'in.lb 4 1 I t: 0 0
Hall. lb 4 0 tin 10'lleek.lf .. 40 1 1 0 0
Nun.llllf . 4 0 1 4 0 OlllnuclOb 4 2 2 " 0 0
OC'nnell.ef 4 0 0 o OOllcn.onrf . 411 2 0i
ilimtet If 30 0 1 o oSiioitke.e . 301 1 n
MeQll.lde.p, 200 1 3 0 Smith. p. . 4 0 0 0 4 0
Martin. p ooo 0 00
Totals. .33 7 92710?
Totals 33 2 7 24 14 S'
Fnrilhmi OOOtOOOOl "
Columbia . 0 1 0 0 0 4 1 1 .-7
Home run Houek Three base bits
Siotike, Watt First base on Palls Off
nilth. 2 Mrueli nutIly Smith, 4: by
MiVuade I; bv Martin, 1 Wild pitch
Smith Hits-Olf McQunde, x In seven In
nines: nlf Martin. 1 in one inning li
ball Spnttke, U'tf on blses 4'nlilnibln. f.;
Fnrdhani. H First tiase nn errors Columbia.
3 Double play llenson, Spottke and Hoticli
t'mplre-Mr Connolly Time-1 hour and
SWARTHM0RE BEATS RUTGERS.
Coning IllTlnclble In All lint Our
lunliiu nnil Win tinnir liy il to 11.
Ni:w IliiF.VBWicic, Slay in. -Svvarlh-more's
heavy artillery smashed through
the Itutgers defences hern to-day for a
fi to 3 victory. Cornog held tho Scarlet
team helpless except for one had lu
lling, tho Hfth, when ho let up a little
and a doubts', throe, slnglea nnd a pass
produced three tallies for Itutgers.
Oarrls, the Svvarthmorn catcher, vva-4
the star of tho game. In the sixth he
tripled with two on bam and then stole
liouii', Ho got three hits In Hvo times at
bat and stole three bases. Tho acore
SWAHT1I.MOIIK I ItltTiiKllS
an r 11 i a e ah r h ,, n ,,
Seliiun'er.lf 3 11 1
0 0 Seller. rf
4 0 ii l no
lliriert.rf r. l l n
Carris.e ... '12
A l'ornlg.:b a 1 0 0
Willie ss. 4 12 1
Sprotil lb 4 0 3 ir,
llou'tnll.Sb. 3 0 0 0
llrovvn.ef.. 30 0 2
K Cornoj.p 4 10 o
0 0 tiiiraiid 3h ,
4 o o o 11
4 a n tij ii q
4 6 i 1 0 1
3 11 0 0 0
4 11 ll 4 2
4 t 2 3 110
1 1 Urn,, m'- ((j
vv alter, ss.,
SOI r, 31
Watrrfl'ld.p 30 1 0 3 0
Totals . 38 61027 11 21 Totals. ..33 3 7 27 14 5
Swnrllimore 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 c
Itlltgrrs 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0-3
Stniclt out Ity Cornog. I; liy Waterflfld. 3
Kit st base nn balls OIT Cornog, 2; off Water
Held, 0. Three baso hlta-Carrls, pecker.
To has blt-l.yons. While. Waller Hlolen
bnset-cirrla. 3i White, !; Ilinert.
( 1'aelflr Coast League Kesulls.
nalilaiid, t,; Salt I.nke, 4.
I'nrtland. 6: Mm Fruuclsro, S,
Vernon, A; 1,os Angeles, 3.
Teiss la-ogun Resnlts,
Fori Worth, 7l Dallaa, 0.
Shrtveport. 41; Waoo. I.
Hfttumnnt. 4: naivealnn. 1,
Houston, 4; an Antonio, 1,
TIGERS PROFIT BY
1 Crowd Scps Princoton Xine
Win hy Scorn of fi
Huns to "i.
UKHRY MAKES TRIPlK
FitlNcr.Tov. X. ,T May IS. Princeton
took n loosely plnseil game) this after
noon from 1'enhsylv.itiln by a score of
S to fi bsforn a large crowd of guests
attending tho upper clnst clubhouse
The game wan characterized hy free
hitting with a great deal of base run
ning on both shies nnd poor fielding on
the part of tho Qu tkers.
in the first Inning alone the visitors
made two errors, which resulted directly
In three runs being credited to tho Ti
gers, while their three other slips all
came at Inopportune times. 1'rlnceton's
two errors on the other hand had slight
effect on the scoring. Tho Tigers ap
peared to have the game clinched In
the first Inning, when the two I'eniisyl
vanla errors coupled with Douglas's
double to centre resulted in three runs
Fcntisylv.inla, however, came bnelc
strong In the second and scored two
runs, mm of which was the result of a
triple bv Horry nnd a wild pitch by
Link. These two, coupled with llcnnls's
run In thefourth, tied the score. The
Tigers then forged ahead with a tally
In tho Hfth and two In the sixth, while
the best that l'mnsylvanla could do
was to put two men across In the sev
enth. liothetisles, the Frlnceton third bise
man, prevented a IVnnsylvanla scoring
session In the lifth. when Smith drove
the ball toward him, with lierry on
third and only one out. Ilothens.es
fooled Ilerry Into thinking he was
throwing to third and thrs-vv to Douglas,
who helped 1'rlggs run Ilerry down.
Meanwhile Smith had renched second
nnd was starting toward thitd when
Drlggs and Itnyt ran him down, retir
ing the side. Splelnian's hitting was
the feature of the visitors' playing, each
of Ins thrie hits resulting m a score.
PIHNCKTON PF.NNsYI.V.XNI .
nb r h p a e all rh p n e
l ee If 411 :l (IO,Siilllvan.lr 411 I Oil
Tiblsitt.rf au'j imiii Ib.ll.rf 2110 lino
Hnvt.cf 111 II 1 o Murdock.rf I no .'on
Drlggs ss 4 '.' I - a I Kane.'.'li I II II ,'1211
Douglas.e I I - IS I odiirry.M 4 I a 400
xeiillv lh. ton .1011 siniih Hi ,110 riii
ltiith'en's.:ili.' I o I I (i.ll.-nnln f .-, 1 I 101
l,tw,3h .'inn 1 I 1 Moore Mb t 1 t 11 -
l.lnk.p :i 11 11 0 11 o iillmori'.c 'jo 11 1:11
iehltnpf nun nun
Totals 31 II 7-77- HiH-h.e 000 I I II
Splelmall p -1 I .1 I .Ml
Totals .', !l 241'.'.-.
"Itan for Ollmore In the eighth Inning
Princeton a o 0 n I 11 11 -n
I'eniisjlvanla 11 '-' o 1 11 11 2 11 o -;,
Two base hl!s--t.ec, Drlggs, Dotlglis
Thns- Inse hit Ilerry Stolen has,-- I long.
Us. Ilcrrv. HciiiiK .ierlliv lilt Link
Sacrifice H IIittv Double pl.l) s - Misire
i.ilmori' and Smith Itothctislos, Douglas.
Drlggs, lliijt and Drlggs. I .ft on lus
- Princeton. 1'.. Pennsylvania 10 l'lrst ban
on halls lltf Link. Il ntT Shlelmatl. I Slriick
out- liy Link II. by spielman. .1 Cmpirc
In chief llrennan. I leld umpire Johnstone
Time--'.; hours and 1,'. inlnut'-s,
WIN PRINCETON MEET
liov I!n Fp I'oints in
(nun's in Which Several
Pr.lNCTTOv, N. .T., Slay 13 Mercers
Lutg Academy ran off with tlrst honors
in the Princeton interecholastlc track
irict held here this afternoon b scoring
a total of Oil points HI!) School wat
ncond with 4i. Herd of Jlerccrsburg
broke the I'rncetim interscliolastli' iec
onl when he negotiated the mile rim In
4 minutes 2i seconds, cl.pplng two sec
onds from the old mark. Itrewer and
Mnxnm of St. Albans and Smalb y of
Philadelphia Central High took twotlrsts
each. llievver's running In tho two
lashes was the feature of the meet, as
In- clearly beat Ins fields. Smalley llk.
v.ise had little troubte in taking tlrsts in
both the hlllllles. 11.11 School, .t 1 1 1. . . 1 1 -: x
lim-Miig ..ecot d In the nnet. failed to
ii. uie n M; -le llrst place Meicdlth of
Mi mtshiug won tho half In I :.V.i 4 -T
while his brother Ted wa.: uttlng a new
world's recotd at Franklin Field. The
loo Yard I tli Won by Ilrener Si. Al
bans o, nnd, v rlghl, liv ri nrev Hie, third.
I' iv is. Mi-ri i reburg , fourth. Ilrnu nv III,',
Men ersburg, tlftb, Austin, Jjiualca High.
Tutl", 10 and 1-3 seconds
lj'l Yard Hurdles VV on by r'mallcy, Cen
tril High second Masscv Hill, third.
Trow bridge, llllt; fourth, St irk, Mercers
luirg, Time, pi and 1 r, seconds,
.'J0 .ir.l Hash -Won hy Itrewer, rt Ai
lui.s second. Havis, .Mcrcarsburg, third,
Itrow nv llle, Mercersbuig. fuurlii, Maxam,
St Alb ins; fifth, Wright, Law renci v llle,
Tim, 22 and 2-3 seconds.
2.'0 Yards Hurdles Won bv Smalley,
cential High, second. Trowbridge, Hill,
bird, Mnssev. Hill, fourth. Sweet, Uiw.
teneevllle. tlftb. IVIlrien, l.iwrencevllle.
Time. .'". and 4-.i seconds
440 Yard Hash - Won be Mivam. St Al
lans, s nd, Whitcmau, Merctrsburg.
third, I'haiiman. .VP r. rsburg, fourth,
lliishuell, III. I. iifih, i, .nn I. Central High.
Time. 11 and i-r, sciitu.l
Half Mile -Won b MereJIth. Mi rn rs
burg second, l'rlcr. Hill, third. M.nie,
Iloriue M.inn. fourth. Hill, Mircerstnir .
It ft It. lil.is., Hill. Time, 1 rn l u ii t -, Mi and
I 3 Se, llllds
Mile Hun - Won In Ilee.l, Mercersbuig
second, Hill, Mepcersburg third. Carter.
Si Albans, fuurlii. .XL Cnughrun. W-si
uiatige High. Hfth, Slurs, Hill. Time. I
mttiiite v and 21 seconds
illre'iKs I'rltii-eiou InterseiiolHstle record
of I miiniti s and 3i s mils )
Two Mile Hull Won bv MoOultoeli,
nnglewood High, second, H inner, V. st
Philadelphia High, third, Milkens, Central
High, fourth. Hurke, Mercerhburg . ilftli,
Hilfrie.li, l.iiurenccvllle Tlni", 10 uiluutos
Itunnlng mrnut Jump Won by Maxam,
St Albans, second, Drown. Jamaica High
third, Siuall.'V. Cntril High, fourth, tl..
betvveen Fbelackcr. 1st w reueev tile, ami
luvK Meriersburg instance, 2t feet IHi,
III" ill s
Pole Vault Won by Hnslam, Central
High, second. Stark. Mereersburg; third,
Wweeney. Illll. fourth, tie betwe.-n Ulul
lock, Mercersburg, and (lurdner. Hill
Height. It feet 7 Inches
High .lump- Won by Sweet, l.nwretir".
vllle, eecond. Ash, Hill, third, Stark. Mer
rersburg. fourth, tie between Itlggln
Feddle, and Jermyn, Hill. Height, r, u'm
Shot Put Won by Wallace, St. Allnns
second, Hirkrr, Mercersburg, third; (i,s
terle. Mercersburg; fourth, llrowui die
Mercersburg. Itftb, Ash, HIP Instance'
4 4 f.et li'a Inches '
Hammer Throw Won bv Stark. Mer
rersburg. second, Lewis, mil thlu n,..
lerle. Mercersburg, fourlh, Angell, Mt.
nisburg. Hfth, Shi-vllu, HIH instance 111
feet 2 IiilIivs,
Total Si ore- -Mercersburg, 63. Hill, IS
t 4lbnns 30, Liw reueev ille, lit,' Ceni
nil Itlgli, 22: Jamaica. 3: lluglewnoil
High, r., West Philadelphia High, 4!
lloraco Mann. 3; Piddle, CVj, Went
Orange High, 2,
Oriole Win (,'nme und Scries,
Hm.timoiii:, May 13. The Orioles
made It three out of four from Iloclus.
ter by winning to-day's game, ! to t,,
H.illhnore sewed up Dm ganio in tho
fourth by bundling seven IiUh for sexeii
runs. MorrlMilte pitched shutout ball
until the eighth, when he weakened and
allowed live runs. Th score:
Ilnehestcr ,, noooooor. 0 f,' '7 '"
Haltllnore . 1 I i I 0 t t 1 n 2
Hatterles- llersche, llrnvv 11 und Casey,
Morrlsetle and MeAvny.
Virginia la-ague llesiilti.
Norfolk, 2; I'lirtsiuniitb, I.
Itoctiy Mount. 3; Newport Niw. I.
Hopewfll, I; FclersUurg, 9,
WHAT THE SCHOLASTIC
ATHLETES ARE DOING
William Henedlct of tlochello High
School und Herbert Forster of Yonkers
won their way to tho finals In the Inter
scholastic tennis tournament held yes
terday on tho courts of the lloraco Mann
.School, They will meet In tho deciding
Forster emus through the lower half
beating Cathcart of IMhlcal Culture nnd
Kleberg of Htono School without much
trouble. In tho second round he op
posed Letsoti of ('Hilton. In tho semi
final Forster won from 1'lltt at C--2,
63. Henedlct, In the llrst round, hett
Harold Tovvse. manager of thn Adolpbl
Academy tennis 'tea... .,. -?
Noyes of the New York Military Acad
emy fell before his eervo In tho second
lotiud, and In thn seml-flnnl Henedlct
defeated Kaltenliach of lloraco Mann at
61, C 4. Tho summaries:
First Hound Noyes, New York Military
Academy, defeated Hechnrd, Kth.cal Cul
ture. 61, 75. Henedlct. Ilnsellc, de
feated Towse. Ailelnlll AcnilehlV. fi .11.
60. Marvin, .St Anne's. defeated
Ijevvisnhti. lrvlnr. I', 1. t 2: llrowile.
Cutler, defatted Njirlng, New York M. A.
i ft 2, (J 4; Ferris, Horace Mann, dsfeated
I'lftto. New York At. A.. 0 I. 64; Forster.
Yonkers. defeattJ Calbcnrt. Rthlcal Cul -
x viniui.niii 4XNtx. ; 4lt)H1.M r.il, ..l.tsn,. .Mllf A . "4
xttreli"l'rr."V,',6 - T"ul"'r Academy defeated the. Yale, second
Mann,' defeated lurrrett, I bast hall team to-day, winning by a reore
I tsnbiicb. Ilnraee
10- 8, - I, Hasger. Clinton, defeated
' I"'''.''",' uby ,'C-.,UJ' I'11'1' Newtown, .le.
I'HU'H t-IIJilIrs", t -ti O
SPCOI141 Uniin. -.TUnp.lIrt ilfpil(Pi NnVft.
4 1, 71; Knltenb.ich defeated m.irrett,
10- X, 6-1. Ilaldrnstein defeated TiClllies,
to, 7; Malinn defeated Ferris, 1,
t6, fi4, putt defe.sted lletltly, C,
7 .. I.etson defeated Saeger. 7 a, 6---3,
Forster defeated Kleberg, 6 -0. 6 2
Third llonnd Hem diet defeated tl.ll-
lagher, 10 8, f 3, Ualtenbaeh defeated
lliildcnsteln, C3, 2 C, 0-4
d Mahnn, f. l, 6t, Forster defeated i Krasmus Hall representatives of ltrook
aV7.4' .,-::-a..,.,.. ! 'vn to-day. 5 matches to 1. On the
Seml-tlnal Hound William. Henedlct
defeited K.i Iti-tili icli. 0 1, 64, Herbert
Forster defeated l'lltt, C 2, 63,
i.'o'.timbla's freshman tennis team con
tinued Its winning streak on the Unit
Field courts yesterday afternoon, defeat
ing Lincoln High School of Jersey Cl'y
6 to 0. The matches went to Columbia
with little opposition, not one being
forced into an extra set The summaries ;
Slng.es Il Join s. Columbil, defe-iled C.
Hanks. I.lnroln. li i, II I. W Fell 'telner,
Columbia, defeated c C.lenn. I.lm .il.i, i! 4,
tl- o. J. liegeman, Columbia, defeated c,
Itranlon. Mm oln. H--I. (1 -I; 1. Jen
son. Cnl.imbla. defeated II. I'lolti, l.ltuo.ti,
il - I. c
Doubles Jones nn-1 liegeman. Columbia,
defeated II mils and Stoltr, Lincoln, c, -'.'.
fl -.1. Felds telner and W. .1. Miller. Colum
bia, defeated, li: nn and Webb, is 4. ti- -a.
Hushwleli High School defeated New
I I'trecltt yesterday In a llrookl.vn divi
sion of the P. S. A I. tennis tournament
I by a score nf .1 to - Straight sets rule l
In all of the matches. The summaries:
singles llnlzmnn. Ilushw lct, defeated
lire, o. New Ftrechl. l M, il .1 Proutnin.
H.lsMw K k, defeated Dahlgren, New C'tnht.
I', o 11 -1 Dnb.i. i. Hushwb'k. defeated M'
Kcnnx, New Ftre, h. 7- ., ! 7
Doubles- Marks and P limlnUv. ev
Ftre, ht. defrate.l "hlfbU und lllauvelt,
lluslivvbk, 01, l- 1
Commercial's tennis plsyets trounced
Manual Training in a Hrooklyn division
match In the 1' S. A. I,, tournament by
a score of I to 1. All of the four games
, reipiired extra set", m well were the
contestants matched The summaries
Singles Anderson, Commercial, defetted
' Ooldsteln. Manual Training, C o, 11.
il- 4. itana-ix. Manual Training, defeite.i
tMmnhds. Commercial, 4 c, il-2. il4,
H'.ever, Comnn-rclC. ,lefeaie,l llalstead,
Miin'i.C Training, i; 1. .',7. 3.
Doubles Hulensieln nnd Itubensteln.
i oni-ueriit. cisieaieii iie ea anti 31 planus,
I'e Witt Clinton doubled the score of
Stttyves-ant In their annual game yes
trrd.iy at Hronx i ival. It was X in 4,
Fifteen hits were gathered by the Clln
tnnltins ("outdow s!;i with four out of
live was the lending s.ugser. The score:
it ii i:
c intnn .. o o s o 3 i o 1 o s : ;
Muyvi sunt o o n s 1 n o o o 4 ' 6 4
Patterles Marches! l.uher and III sir.
Hall and Hart-uan
Kvander ChlUls registered Its tenth
consectitlxe victory xesterday at the e-
I pense if I'ninn Hill High School. The
ittcmi' was 12 to 3. (Irlfflu was the In
I illviiltl ll eta-. lie walked three times,
j singled In his only olTlcl.il lime at bat
i and sto'e three bases. Others who did
well were Itefsitm. Hippie, llticklcy and
I l!UMe!l. The score ;
1 2 s 12
0 2 03
Kvander Chllds .. 3 0 fi 0
I'nb'U Hid 10 0 0
Hatterles liunlcvl and
peiiter and llouman j
Comiuer';a! t-hul out the New I'trerht
I. ine vesterday at Commeiclal F old. Ttte
Mbany avenue n hool gut t'.'ee men
! nine, l'rugone ri turned to his old po-'
sitlon ns Aitcher for C.iiiiinercl it. hav ng ,
lecovered from Ills Injiiry. Thrm extra!
litis,, liitj. were made. P.itteisou of New t
I'trrchl banged tint ti tr.plo and I'rn
gone a. id Sin a inch a double. The scute:
It II ll
e-, .in ner, I C ii o o t o l o 1 v 3 ;
N w 1 tr . ti' o ei o o o o o a o --o i, t
llltlerb'- M'" orm U'k mil Frugone,
l.arlsoa atnl Miuin.
! The Poly Prep nine ill fc.ued the school
altimul eli".d.iy at Poly Field by a
I score of ! to 7. F.rrors aided the vie
I tors, the nltimnt being guilty of ten nus
' cues T'to score
it ii i: i
Fall Prep 0 3 I 1 A o ; s 1 4
i Al.i nn. .' 'I ( ( I I H 1-1 4 10
llittine. Koenlg nnd Malotiev , 1 er-
U"on. yumti and Harris.
i:snx Fki.i s, N. .1., May
Kingsley Siliool nllin won
Newark Academy to-day by a score
of ti to 1, Pitcher Fields did much to
win his own game. In the sixth Inning,
following three singles, tilling the basis,
he made a home run. The score .
It II. i:
Kingsley n n n n t 4 n t x n s ;i
Nee irK A- i.l toon u n o n o t .',
llltt -les -Fields slid Hliighim, Couklln
I and l'ustsr
I Commerce High School easily defeated
I the Townsend Harris Hall nine yester-
day at Jasper Oval The score was in
I to 1. It.illas held the Townsend team
to four hits. The m'oio :
It II. ll
commerce. i n n n t 4 n 2 In it o
Touusenil. .. o o o o u i o o o t i -j
Hatterles -Hallos nnd Healy. itarbey. i.ep.
ter and llentilug and ITrls,
Wkst Point, May 13-
second team won a fast game from
William L, Dickinson High School of
Jersey City to-day. I to 0. Murrill, the
cadet pitcher, shut tho blgh school l.ids
out without it hit. Fleminlng for tlie
visiting nlno also pitched airtight ball,
letting the cadet cubs down with 11
single hit In thu third liiulitg, which
coupled with an etror. gave the West
Pointers their only run. Slurrlll struck
out Ilfleen battels, Thn score by In-
n ii. i:
W. Dickinson n n n n o n n n o - n o i
Army Second . ,o o 1 0 li 0 ll 0 x 1 1 o
llatletles. -Flrmlnga nd Harnes; Murrill
The Fordham Prep nine continued to
win yesterday, trouncing thn Concordia
Cotlcgi) at llronxvllle by u score nf 7
to I Pete Collins, the Fordham short
stop, maibi tvvo homo runs. Ills second
circuit clout was made in the ninth,
breaking the tie. Tim score.
n ii. n
Fordham Prep ..ll I on l n 4 7 In It
Concoidla. ... n 1 1 n li 0 I n o- a ,', a
11. tite rles Cotter, lieloiiey und Frlsch,
Mm Ike und Klutzke.
Pawi.imi, N. Y., May 13. -Tho Pawl-'
lug School di fc.itcd the llotchklss nino '
this iiflciiiooii In a slugging bee hy a
score of 1,1 to 7. O'Neill, With tiller
triples and a single In six times up, and
(laigaii, with three hits In live attempts,
xx cm tho worst foes of Pitcher Aiider. '
son of Hntcliklss. Tin; utirc;
ft. If K
Pawling fl 2 0 ,'. J 0 fi 2 i I.-, if, 4
llotchklss . o i 2 o o o t n a 7 121 h
Hatterles Whitney und llrlgliitu; Amier
jon and Selleok,
('til tN High School defeated Freeport
yesterday at Curtli Field, Slatcn ltland.
by u score of 0 Co t. Curtis was. forced I
upon two pitchers
to HTI tha
n it. n.
Curtis 10002003 0 6 13 4
Freeport 1001 12000 S I 4
ll-iiterles Itrown, llarth nnd Markham;
Fuascll and Itlgby.
lloyo High won from Urasmu Hall
yesterday at Dexter I'artt by a. score, of
S to 2. Urrora nlded each school.
Ilarash, the Krasmus Hall first iitrlng
catcher, had to retire from the game In
tho sixth ns 11 result of being run Into
' by a Hoys High runner. Tho scotc:
1 ......... 'i' 'I' K;
j K!!?. " 5 a S S i i o S S I 6
lutterlfs llarsliofsky ana Meiaon;
.Smith, il.iriisli nnd Hruniey.
Manual TralnlneT easily defeated Bush
wick yesterday nt tho latter's field, the
score being 13 to 3, Tho Seventh ave
nue school lads got seventeen hits, eight
of which were doubles. The score:
It. II. K.
Manual Training,, 2 2 1 0 5 0 2 4 013 17 4
I Utiehwlek 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3
H.ilterlee Sheridan und Mwaln! Ulrouss.
' Urahow and Ackernmn,
( WoltCBSTEB, Mass., May 13. Worces-
1 of II to 1.
Worcester scored an or its
,,. )M tlle ,, A 1()me run ijV jm
I lid.a.linli 4)1. A .,.
""u",ru" .iivilu tin. uviuia,
Fort Dkposit, Md., Slay 13. Tome
School won from Hill School this nftcr
noon by a score of 2 to 1.
I'MNCCTON', . .1.. Slav 13. The
I frlnceton I'ren tennis team defeated the
rrlnceton team were Smith, Churchill,
Widnrr and SIclCenscy. For.Krasmus
thero vvero Cnnaday, Slcdlue, Shalloff
The track team of Townsend Harris
Hall defeated the Hryant High Sclio il
athletes yesterday In a dual meet nt
Astoria Field. The score was SS to .17,
Townsend won eight of the eleven fltsl
positions, liryniit's three tlrsts were won
by Alberts In the t',0 yard dash, (ieorgct
In tho n"ii yard senior and by the Hryant
relay team. In the relay race. Town
send won, but was dlsiiuallfled for being
Navlrr High School
won an uphill!
game from Clason Point
at the loser's ,
tlllee lulls III
scol e .
in to !i. Navicr seined
the ninth Inning. The.
it. ii i:
1200100 jio 1 1 :i
10 3 3 10 I' HI. 3
Cromwell and itlce
Murrav and Oonnvan.
None of the matches in the Inter
S, hoot ilolf League were played yester
day. Tills was dim to the non-appear-amecf
tho majority of the contestants.
The Newman School-Hrooklyn Prep
garni scheduled for yesterday at Duck-
.i k N J , was called off by the
HOLY CROSS NOSES
OUT YALE IN NINTH
ISowcii' Hit Scores
Willi ii ii i ii ir liiin
l ally ls-2 to 1.
WintcKsTnit, Sla.s., May 1.1. Al Iton
nellan, n lirotege of a former Holy Cross
star pitcher, Jim Mansllcld, comiuered
the Yale team on Fltton Field this after
noon. 2 to 1. Chick How en. the Holy
Cro.- centretielder. vva tl'.e man of the
hour. In thn ninth be came through
with a smashing drive to left He'd, scor
ing Norton from second bae with the
winning run of the game
Not since l?nx had the Holy Cross
trim been victorious over Yale on l'I'ton
Field, and not since l;il2 had the Purple
scored n victory anywhere over the New
llav in collegians.
Wiggleiwortli was ti, ft.ii' in iiat
tilig. coiineiting for three emashliig
drives off (i.trlleld, the I'll hlabm.in. One
of his bits was good for tvvo sacks.
Norton also played a (dollar fleldng
a ime, accepting seven chances a la Jack
H.irtj. Ito'b pitchers did well In the
pit' lies ;md on one occasion c.arileld
"l K out t lie Ho!v Cr.s.s s in older ,
HotMiellali. besbies ill liing a good
game, showed Up well at the plate
in- in nn- 0 s.icuuft' anil a single in
three t.ines t,.i. ,. an ., Instrumen
tal In winning the'vaiiie by Retting In
front of one nf liarllcld's benders In tho
ninth and allo.ving Norton, who hart
reached tlrst on a base on halls, to po
to second, whence he v.-oted on llnwen's
hit. Tlie frcoie
IIOI.V rlliiss V.M.F
an r n p a e ah r h n a e
, rn.i i. ,io i
Miirpliv rf 3 n 1
. Wig 'w'h.ir I o.i
.1 1 n Jnhmnn.xs. 4 00 ,120
11 11 11 -ncll.'.'o . . 1 n 1 a a 11
J 11 tl Vnnglin.rf .4 11 'J 11 11
1 1 1 .xiun.son.e, 4 11 n
'.' I 1 Hush.lb. .,401
11 I O llolden.ef A o 1
s 1 o
0 4 11
ii :i ti
!'Neill.2li. I II I
Cisdey.aii i on
Spill ine.lb I 1 ii 12 0 .hafher..'lh. 4 ll I
-.I'rioii.ss i o ;' ,i ii i.ariey.ir a t 1
Diinnellan.pJil 1 ll , Ollarlleld.p aui
Totals '."I 2 7 27143 Totals ,'U I s 2.-il;,3
line out when winning run vxas scorn),
Yale 11 0 1 0 u u 11 11 n 1
II,, I, Crie. 0 11 I (l 11 0 n 11 1
Two b.i-.i hits Wlggliwnrtli. Karlo)
stolen In-o Wlggto-worth Sacrlllce hits
1 1, inn, '11. in Farley Sacrifice fl -Miirpliv
liouble pliy .lohtisou, unassisted. First
liiisn on balls uif Uarilcld ."1 Hit bv- pitched
lull llv liiirlleld I 1 ' It.in, struct out
My Ibinnelliii 1 l.y (larllild. 7. Wild pitch
liirlleld I'lniurii III chlef--Cotivi.lv Field
utiiplie l.tuciilu. Time 2 hours.
Wesley nn Win. Fnat.
ItosTov. May I 3 .Wesley, in won easily
1 ft. nil Huston t'n1toLo fn.d.il nmtr. lit
the local Itilleldeis more than offsetting
fa rly good pitching by tllll. The score.
Weslejan ... 0 0 4 fi 0 1 1 0 s 12 12 1
lloston College 1 0 0 1 0 1 3 1 0 r, i,
lllttellea Westeott and Clinplll I1PI,
McCorry and Iiounoo.v
Cornell linlfrrs Unit Willtnma.
Wii i.t vxistcivvn, Ma, Slay 13. Cor
in 1' dcfi'.lleil WllllaiiiM in coif on tho
Notlli Adams Country Club's links this
afternoon. The visitors won live matches
and lost only one.
Big Day for Tigers;
Every Team a Victor
PRINCETON, May 13. Satur
day. May 13, will go down
as a red letter day in Princeton
sportiiiR annals. The Tigers won
victories over five different col
leges in three major, one minor
and two freshman sports. While
the Oranue and Black eip.ht was
cleaninn up the Navy, Columbia
and Pennsylvania at Philadel
phia, the Tiser track men were
trounciiiR Virginia soundly on
University Field at Princeton
and sooip after the ball nine took
on Pennsylvania and came out
victorious. While all this was
going on the Princeton freshmen
were beating Penn in track at
Philadelphia and Mercersburg in
baseball at Mercersburg. The
student body turned out en masse
and "P- raded." for more than
an hour to welcome the victor
N. Y. D. GAINS TITLE;
WINS BY OHE POINT
Local A ill lotos Victorious in
Middle; States Moot on
LAFAYETTE TS SKt'O.Nn
New York Fnlxerslty im-. ,1
fayctte In tho fourth 1u111u.il ir
iieiu nicei 01 too aiiiuili' st.iteK xi't,!
Conference, held yesterday alien, .,.
Ohio Field. N. V. I', was oi.ly .'
point ahead, but Hint one .o,nt ,
enough. Seymour Many elmhi il the
lory for the Violet team when he d f,
Paulson of l.afayette In the .,11"
broad Jump, the last event on t'i. p .
The point" wcte welt dstri, p, 1
among tlie thirteen contesting ,u,g
Washington nnd JelTerson helm (i,,.,,. ,
one that failed to score, New- Vr,-,,
25 points were made by three tir-i
places, one tie fur lltet, a secotnl, a t' lr,
nnd a fourth, l.afayette, uifhnu-li it
tallied 24, had only one llrst place, .iM
rolled up the rest by taking four e
otuls, tvvo thirds nnd four fourth lie
gers finished third with 19. and Swar'h.
more camo next with H'i T ie iea
changed with practically exerj cent,
making the contest morn Inters!. ng thn'
usual for tlie spectators.
In Jplte of the fact that In (he sfi...
,.- , . .
110011 a strong wind hnmp.ie l tie run.
tiers, five records were brokei In ,
trial heat of tlle ipiarter nine run 'te
In tho morning, T. Martone of Fritii.in
nnd Marshall coveied the ilr'.in, ,,
oh 3-.". seconds, one M'cond het'ir Fian
the former mark. Howard Cam o' New
York University put the Ifi pound s.'mt
45 feet 3 Indies, bettering tlie f,, .f.
record hy two Inches, In the c.v . m :,
run i:. Flood of Dickinson Invvend h 1
own lecnrd of 10 minutes 17 1
onds by twelve seconds. S M.i- ,,f ,0n
Vork Fnlverslty made v. ,1 t ,
broad Jump, as against 1'.' fe 1 1 j s;
Inch, tho former mark F i.gi nf
New Yorl; and C Paulson of lc,n,'t.
tied for llrst place In the logo j , ;, ,,
5 feet 1 1. It! Inches, winch is a 1 m
bitter than before
Tlie 440 yard dash was the feitne
tunning event of the meet In t . r ,,
meet, In which the record wa 1
T. Martone nf Franklin und l 1
beat out Alvin Lent of New , 1 1. 1
scant two yards, W K Hiav i,f II .w.
ford, who was the; ton 1 t
holder, faljetl to epi.ihf.v I-, ' :
Lent drew 1111 Inside numb.'. . .
tone chose n place m 11 u'
Lent started vvltli a large 1 ad . 1
talned his advantage uti'il ..
from the finish At thw po 1 w
runnels came at even term- 1'
the same pace until tile tlti.il spr
Martone gained u yard and a 1
The time of the afternoon rv
it was not lis good as that of 1
equalled the old record of ,U ;,- s.
The broad Jump and tlie u
also created Intense Interest be
the close competition. Kg. in a I
sou were fighting nearly all af i
for the tlrst place In the h g'i
Time after time It looked as tlioug!
had reached his limit, when lie
make a beautiful leap and 1 N r
bar on his last ttlal
L. Oowdy of Swarthmore and Ibuv.M
I'.wm nf New York were the lug po"C
winners. Howdy look tlrst place e bi't
of the hurdle races, anil Cann w m the
shot put and the discus throw
Lent of New' York, former i.
holder in tlie ha f mile run, w.i" f
to drop out of the iaie nt tlie I I
tlle tlrst lap Sulli. ie,t t me had
been iillow'isl after the tin yatil 1
for him to regain his wind.
The showing made this year 1"
smaller colleges Is better than 1
past occasion. Franklin nnd Mi
and Dickinson made espei ,( u 1
progress, considering their put 1. 1
Lehigh, which Is usually a do-,
tender for the chaiiipiollslnp, tool,
place. The summaries
loo Vir.l lush Won nv 1 t
Mulinburg, J. Uvans, I.'if.net'c s,
II l.ecper, I.ifavet'.e, third. I, M
Franklin and Marshal', f,urtvi
10 4-3 seconds
7.'0 Yard Hash- Won t" U V
Stevens, li Mlchiel Fril.k'li .. '
shall, se.ond, 1 Miur's-.) I
A Towiisenl. New i,rk f-, 'li
23 3-3 seconds
110 urd !nsh Won ie I '
Franklin nnd Marshal A I' I
York, second, F Ha'Va). I.ejiiql, ' I
Colenian, HuTKcrs, fourth. ji..r
vsO Yard Itun Won le F II,'.
hlsh, H, Ital.er, Sivarthm ire
Well) en ItlllBer-. tldr.l i. I
Swsrthiuore, foijrtli 'I' ' ," e 1 '
I me M Ipl'l W no I.' P Xt
hlKh, 1: Ma. Inn 1. 1 liuti; -Price,
Hnverfnrd. ihlrd VV K
I.afajetfe. fouith Time. 4 Jt 'I
Tv.o Mile Hun- Won br i: I
Inson, I., Cn. FratJdlu and Mm
end, I'. Clement. Haverf'.rl
Harrlcli l.afayette, fourth. Hit"
ules ., I T. secontls
l?o Yard HlKh Ilurd'es
llnw'dl, SIX Ortlltlioie . II Set;.-
second; W lloikis, stevers
Hun, He, Lafavette, fourlh. 1 r...
220 Ynrd Low Hurdles w-w
rjowde, Swarthmore, K Mix'
ette. seconil, T. Mason. Svvartl,' e
Il Hron, Haverforil, fourth I'
16 Found Shot Put Won bv IL
New Yorlt.wlth a throw l 1' li" ,
W, Maxtleld, Lafavetto, s, -jt,l v 't
of 14 feet fi Inches, M , 1 I
I.eliannn VaVev, third, w 'li 1 '.
feet 3 Ir.llies. ll Selietf, I , "
fn trth Willi a lltrow of 3:i fr I
Itunnlng Itroid .liimi' e K
Maiiv New York Fnpersii 1
of .7 3 feel . J. Cvans Iif i, . ,
w'tli 1 Jumn of .1 5 f, 1
DI I, nsnn, third, with a . n f
feel M Phe'ps, S'evens f L, '
liltnti of 21 feet
It limine Well Jump T e f. r e .
bel'veeu F l.'cm New Vo li M '
son Lafavette it a feel 'i '
Sin til. New nrk. thirl, vv 'li ,
r feet 3 Inches, tie for fo '1
ltnlierts. Stevens, and J H.r.,
for I at 3 feet X In In s
Pole Vault Wen '. I H-e . -Iters,
with a v in t 1 ' f, 1 1
Hnverford. second, e itli a ,u" '
9 Inches II Olln. Sw ir'tin ,.- -a
V.lU'.t of 10 feat C In ! e- tie
place liet'veen iToiMiin P.
J llrow'ti. Sviarthtnore. 1; 1 sr
son, nnd K Hallow e'., l.,hig' t
Hammer Throw- w n 'v xt -Ir.son,
elth .1 thrw of ''" f- 1
M ilennet', Stevens si o, 1 - 1
of 127 fee.. M F,. ,.ns.,v ".
with a throw of 1:1 feet ) 1 1 .
lelf.ivette fourth, W I "l I " -feet
lllscns Thro'r- -Won ' 11
Vorl: with .1 throw
H N 'Sh, IlUtltet s, ss
of lt'1 feel 10 In -he
W t .
favelte third, w.'ll
10 Inches. It llas'.ve
wpti a ttirow of till
Point Score- Ne v V.'li " T
21 ISulcers. IS. S'v irth'i !'. ei.
141, lip klnson. I2' Fun k 1 '
shn'1 1" stuers, 1:1. 11 . ' .
Mnhlenberf! 1', t.elunn V , '-v ' '
burs, 1. WarliitR!.m ai I 'eft
Slevpn llefi'iils nrcrster Mne.
'Hie Stevens T. ''1 I'.is"!' 1 'ml
fcated the Wor 'i sle r I'. v t. t
score of S to I at c.i- ! 1- 1
llnboken, s;inax ".r
game wa raiiici!""' ,... """'
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