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THE SUN 3NP NEW YOBg HERALD, SATUBDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1920,
Gwnfc anJ iRe Sox Wll Play a Lengthy Schedule of Twenty-one Games on Preliminary Spring Trip
MM TRIP OF
GIANTS AND RED SOX
Prom Texas to Polo Grounds
the Teams Will Play 21 Ex
HIGH PRICE OF THE WAR
American League Split Said to
Hare Cost 60,000 Re
ported Deals Brewing.
TQ ENp DISPUTES
Majors and Minors Make
WORLD'S HARK FOR
Chicago, Feb. 1J. The raxjw nit
minor baseball ltagsei decided at their
Wa! meeting here to-day to continue
work under the "frsUtsitnV' agree-
tttst wbleh prevailed laxt year, with
one chxage the appointment of an arbi-
tratloa board to handle all dlspcles.
Tib lean win coexist of two members.
the chairman of the National CommU
sion aad oce representative from the
miner leagues. A third man not ccra
Bected with aajr baseball organisation
will be chosen to cast the deciding 4ot
in case of a deadlock. He will be known
aa the referee.
John Heydler. creeMent of the Na-
tlsaal Leant, rsggrsted that the arbi
tration board be known as the Baseball
ArbJtraUon Board of America.
Last year the major sd mlaor leagues
came to the parting of the ways, bat it
a agreed In New York at the league
Clip 1 2-5 Seconds From 200
Yard Relay Record in 3Ieet
With C. C. '. Y.
' Br WILLIAM B. ItAXNA.
The Claris and Ked Sox will play
tnoagh exhibition gamej in, arovl and
en their way up fro Texas thl spring J
to ettle thoroughly the championship . meeting of the National and American
. , ... ... f,. c-T . organizations that the majors would re-
betweea the Giants and Bed Sox. Tbeyj D, Uje pUrer Ja ,be
will baUle through tweaty-n. begin- ( minor oganlzatlona Under this agree
nlrg at Fort Worth. Tex, and winding operated in 11.
ti i- -t. -rv aim ! Action taken at to-day'i meeting.
up at the Polo Gro-ndr. ..tw Tork. u preildenU
each will play a few gaes ca the aide, j 0; the trro major leagues told the -com.
The schedule, aa arranged by Joe mlttea from the minors that they would
OTden, secretary of the Giants, is aa j) - club owners the que.
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April 1 xn-S IS flltDti t. Rti ex.
mem. eimer at wis time or at unit
futaje date. The tentiaent of the
American Larue. It was raid, was not
to entr into a written agreement until
after the Baltimore Federal Lei rue sail
nai been dupoied of
The meetl.ia- to-day brings to a dose
one of the greatest gatherings of base
ball leaden In the histery of the game.
From all sections of the country base
ball mn hare been here since Monday.
The exodtzs began shortly after the
American Leaga peace pact was made
several daya ago. However. & few of
the club owners will remain hero for
to-morrow, when August Herrmann, the
retiring chairman of the National Com
mission, will meet with the other mem
bers of the commission to dispos of
It was generally understood that the
reinstatement of Scott Ferry, pitcher of
the Fhllidelohla Americans, waa one of
the subjects which would be ta.Ven up.
Bsreey Dreyfus. Pittsburg, also hat
some matters upon which the commis
sion may take action.
Iffdsl tt Ts Srr so 2"x Test Bistu.
Nrw Harrx, Feb. II. Tale awlm
raera estabHibed new world' record
In a :9 yard relay raw here to-night.
In a dual meet with City College of
New Tork the four EI swimmers covered
HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS
IN ALL SPHERES OF. SPORT
CepyrtsM, 1120, The Hux-Hcrvli Cornoratltn.
IMMV WILDE, the British fl-welsht champion, teems to be doing well
hero In a financial way, but It la safe to eay that he Is not enjovins
half the "monetary success which would have been his had he been
handled right- Wilde made his trip here at the behest of the IntematlonaJ
Sportin Club, and let It be said that this organization offered flatterine
inducements. We understand that Wild was signed tentatively for two
fights with Pal Moore and Joe Lynch and that he was to get 1:5,000 for
his first bout and 120.000 for the second.
Niice his fought here thrice and while we are not conversant with
V nr l DTK J PUT muni m .uit;u .l. . ...
LVdlstanCT in 1 minute seconds. !f amounU which he received for his meetings with Jack Sharkey,
eilmrfeir one and two-fifth seconds from
the old mark hung up hy a Ta5 quar
Ut in 1)17.
The men who made the new figure
were Capt. Hlneka of Bridgeport. Solley
of New Tork, Blnney of Sooth Beach,
Conn., and Lora P. Thurston of Hono
lulu. The Ells outclassed their New Tori
opponents and won the meet by a score
of tt to 7.
In the fifty yard swim Neville of Tale
scored an Impressive victory, but was
disqualified for beating the run. The
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HABPEE A HOLDOUT.
Tht New Tork delegates to the meet
ings In Chicago returned yesterday and
in a few days the respective owners of
the Giants and Tackeex ill get to
gether and dlecuss the new prices of
admission fixed by the major leagues in
Chicago. In deciding finally how to cm
form to the new requirements and to
make a scale for boxes and upper stand
seats, the New Tork dobs have a con
dition which most clubs have not. and
that Is the absence of a pavilion. Pavil
ion seats are to be 75 cents, and the
onlr war ont for the Manhattan clubs
In finding 7i cent seats is to Mt aside '
some In the bleachers or grandstand.
WASHI.CTON SELLS MAVCU,
Chicago. Feb. 11. Walter Mayer,
catcher of the "Washington Americans,
has been purchased fcr the Minneapolis
Club cf the American Association.
AIj DLMAItKE RELEASED.
Star Southpaw rtefasea to
(fecial to Tsr Srs m 'xw Tote Hxxiun,
HaeKzxncK, N. J. Feb. 1 1. Harry
Harper, star southpaw, recently pur
chased by the Boston American baseball
team from the Washington crab. Is a
holdout He said to-night that he would
refuse to p!ay Sunday baseball for any
cWb owner, preferring to remain here
and conduct his trucking" business. He
alto announces that he will not play
with the Boston team unless he receives
a substantial Increase In salary.
"Nine years ago when I signed up
with the Washington team Clark Grif
fith told me I would not have to play
Sunday baa" said Harper. "I have
CHIlOO. Feb. II Al Dwirw nltrh.
r for th Boitnn v.tinn.i. injir .nvw dene so and will not do it now.
released by Manager f-'talllngs to the Harper was purchased by the Boston
Seattle Club of the Pacific Coast League, 'team to take the place of Babe Kuth,
Babe Asher and Mike Ertle. it Is quite safe to say that the total did not
exceed i:s,000. Aside from 'that, his prestige suffered greatly, for he was
oeaten oy anarjcey and failed to stop Asher, a novice. He did succeed In
Knocking out Ertle. who Is not to be confounded with his more illustrious
brother Johnny, who once claimed the bantamweight title. Wilde will add
to his financial success somewhat next week, when he meets Mickey Russell
an opponent who does not claa with the type of boxers who should be
Some weeks ago Hughes, who manages Wilde, confided 'to friends that
he was going to bring suit against the International club for $45,000 for
allure to go through with the contract, but the suit has not been started.
Nor will it be, for the club's agreement with Wilde had a clause which
permitted It to cancel It If he did anything to hurt his attractiveness ea a
boxing headliner. After Wilde's defeat by Sharkey the International club
took a vote mong its members and the opinion was overwhelmingly In
favor of cancelling his engagements.
Had Hughes not been so overnlmble and overzealous in bis chase after
the Tankee dollar, and had gone through with his engagements with the
International club first, he would have made a small fortune for Wilde. But
he reckoned without the stem hands at the helm in the International club
tnd now he Is a sadder though somewhat wiser manager. And perhaps
he Js not so sure now that "Jimmy is absolutely Invincible. You have nobody
ntre Tno can give nun anything like a contesL"
Hughes and Wilde were guilty of an error perhaps as flagrant as that
w xommy auras, when he went to England in December. 1807. to fight
Gunner Molr. When the boxing committee of the National Sporting Club,
at which he was to meet Molr. received him Burns blared: "Now. see
here. Money before I go Into the ring! That's my way of doing business
now, because too many crooks have done me." Tommy got his money, but
he got no more matches at the National Sportinjr Club.
M'KAY ASKS RULING
ON KILBANE MATCH
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SUN AND HERALD RACING CHART I
Chlcago rumor had a deal on between
the Yankees and White Sox whereby
Walter Pipp was to be traded for Hap
Felsch. That arrangement would give
JIuggins the outfielder he sorely nteds
and would mean a first ciaas first base
man for the White fiox. After dispos
ing it Plpp Hug war. going to play
either Ruth or Meusel. his California re
cruit, on first base. All Hugglns would
ay In Chicago was ttiat he was trying
to put through a deal an4 wasn't very
hopeful he would be successful. He
named no names.
Wllbert Robinson is making a last
attempt to induce Tom Griffith to change
his mind and play the outfield for the
Brooklyn another year. Robby stopped
between trains In Cincinnati yesterday
to let loose a flood of eloquence on tV
rightfielder. "If he's through for good
that ends It,'' said the manager in the
station, "but If It's a question of money
1 want to talk with him"
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 13. Weather clean track heavy.
FIRST EACE-Xuden two-reir-oldx. Three farloiis. Pars tT'!. OS Time. CT.
Sun rood. Won eiAtlr. Winner, rh f . 2. by OltmbxlaRelle Ronald. Owners.
M a j. mjwe:5TEI:. Trainer. Jl. Lowenitetn.
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vru PP. St. U Fin. Jockey.
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Estimates of what It cost American
laguers to wage their bitter legal war.
a war which was close to disrupting that
organisation, put the amount at 160.000.
Most of that, say about I2i,000 each,
fell on the Jfewr York club and
on Ban Johnson. Some appeals to
the law and counter appeals come
as high as some ball players. There
was no, unadulterated victory either way
In the peace settlement, but unquestion
ably the New York club gained Im
portant concessions and won points for
which it drew the sword. However, vic
tory one way or tha other Is of less
moment than peace. The game Is the
real victor With that everybody ought
to be pleaned and satisfied. What all
hands need do now Is to make the peace
Babe Ruth is In Boston waiting lo
see if he can't wheedle Krme of that
"more than 1100,009" purchase money
out of Harry Fraree, whereas Fraxe
detrained at New Tork yesterday. At
this writing thy are 250 miles and no
body knows how many dollars apart
Meanwhile the channels of gossip havs
It that the Red 6ox would like to trade
Sam Jones, pitcher, to Cleveland for
Jo Harris, first baseman, and Stuffy
Mclnnis, first baseman, to I-etrolt for
Harry Heilman, outfielder end first base
man. Word vaa received by tne New York
American League Club yesterday of the
death of Mrs. Franic Baker, wife of the
Yankee third baseman. She died of
pneumonia, at their home near Cam
bridge, Md Only recently Baker com
pleted Jhe building of a new home. He
has two children.
OTH ST, AUGUSTINE LINKS.
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Fell Howird H 3-1 i l-i ti
Bletnitbed rd into auldc !ed ind held her field tife ill the wir. No Foollnr came
with i rnh ltt nxteenth md flauhed 'on inner rail. Tutt aoed a rood performance.
John Ssmmi tired liter thovint sood et.-lr tpeed. Rsnxeorre collided with Morninr
Face u btmer went up icd latter va knocked down.
Scratched Oner K.
Owner-!. M A.J. Iyjwer.rtein : 7. J W. McCellacd: 7. C. B. Mertenthiler: 4. 1. W.
Schorr; t. Mr. T. it WiUon; , I. E. Clark: T. L A. Broaddci: I, A. B. Sprtckeli: .
A h. Kirby.
SECOND RACE For Joor-year-oiit aJ npwirJ. Cliiminr. Six lurlonri. Purse n.
On::S. vrime. 1 14 1-5 Kurt tool. Won etfllj. Winner, b. .. 1 by On Vfelli
Anni Loretle Inir. Owner. T. II. WILSON Trainer. VT. B. Mitchell.
wt. rr. t. s no. Jocker. open. ii:xn.wiOK. nsce. m
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General wa rntrained uadl turatnr oa backjtrrtch te took commtnd when called on
and wti soiet a7 it end. Wall Street came with a rnis alter belnc 'holfled back m
the stretch torn. Korfhaxe w2t alsart !! op and finifced itrocr. Huron wetkened
after tettlnx early pace. Lancden w badly ridden an7 hat no chance to run. Ettahe
ran a dull rate.
Hcritche'l-Vision. Kinxllnr. Promlie M and New Mo-ll.
0rr-I. T. 11. WUra: 5. Cnten A Kptrfcs; 7, J. M. Booker: 4. C. reterion:
t, R. E. Watklct: 4. W. II. Fixer; 7. W. Wttxn; I. I M. Holmes ; , R. P. Dodton: 10.
J. Dale; 11, V. Cornell; 15. T. I. Dmfiu.
THIRD RACE For focr-yearjVls tnd upward- Ctteior. Six forlorn. Peine. i:w. Off
5). Time, 1:14. Start ivA. Won JrtTmx. Winner, b. r., , by Toddlartoa Ml
Oeml. Owner and trainer. W. WOODWARD.
Horte. Wt. pp. St. i Vi K Flo. Jorkey. Open. Hlrh.Cle. riace. 3d.
To Permit a Boxer to Leaie tons; Between Rounds Would Be an Error.
Tex O'Rourke. who is on the Army. Navy and Civilian Board of Boxing
Control rules committee, is in error when he states that there is nothing
n any set of rules governing the game which prohibits a boxer from leaving
the ring between rounds. He made that declaration in re the oft repeated
statement that when Jack Dempsey left the ring after the first round in
Toledo last July he really disqualified hinuelf. For the Information of
O'Rourke and others who hold the erroneous view, let us quote Rule 2S of
ion Priz .ing Rales, which still govern any points not ipcifically
covered in the Marquis of Queensbery code. The London rule says: "If
a man leaves the ring, either to escape punishment or for any other pur
pose, without the permission of the referee, unless he is involuntarily forced
aut, he shall forfeit the battle." That seems to be clear enough.
In connection with this matter we are informed that the rules com
mittee has inserted in the code which It Is to offer to foreign bodies for
adoption as an international rule a little Joker whereby boxers would, be
permitted to leave the ring between rounds. We are confident that before
the code Is approved as a whole tnis rule will be eliminated, for to permit
it to stand would open the way for crookedness and would reflect no credit
on the entire work of the commlttei. The possibilities under the proposed
rule would be limitless that is, possibilities for sharp practice. Suppose
.ixer. while out of the ring, put a piece of lead Inside his glove? Suppose
r.e iook a snot oi aoper' me rule 13 too preposterous to merit anything
like serious consideration.
By Cn.An.LES F. MATnlSOX.
The growing Influence of the Army,
Navy and Civilian Board of Boxing Con
trol was yesterday strongly attested by
the receipt of a communication from
Dave McKay, the Newark promoter,
asking the organization to officially de
cide If the contest between Johnny Kit
ban e, champion, and Benny Valger,
chalenger, soon to be staged In that city.
can be regarded as a title bout under
the rules of the board.
This Question at once raised an Inter
esting point, for the boxing law of New
Jersey prohibits decisions by referee.
while the rules of the board declare
that championship contests must be
boxed under decisions by referees, and j Uoa- u my ,W0 la bindlleg a treat rod.
Ana i tear isai saoaia i crp. rvi
challfnc tome day while en tht Btth
Bltn. er Etopot. and tract rtfased to act
ta a ceaUeaanly manner. I mltht scroe.
dosaly baagto myielf act more d.lnsg
oxex And the eSect oa mr rattlos.
aortli ana rod would be dliattross, to say
And In cenfidtace I with to ir thtt
I expect to ro da a nthlag trip the com
lag tetioa with -Stillwater- and "Fellow
FUhermaa." tad I raifht dream of drtr
Ire oxea and talk ta my tleep. And It
wo-jli be very saddealcr to aiy cjci
paslsai. In faery I tee '.hem cathfris'
up their bltskett aad going e othrr
plict. And, detr Ttmaraek." let mr,
at a friend ana well wisher, tv tht:
If yoa htr tht ability, cttcjnl or ar
qalred. to drlTe oxn chars' your wait
befor it It too lit. Seek better tACicty.
avoid "Otwesatehle" and the editor ef
Rod aad Oca. It they art ctnptMt w
be Joyces of aa ex drtrlag roatMt t
tnl thty ar usSt ateUM ftr ex tt
year losoceat axd cencsler cattir
Ksmbr "hat tht Bible ta) ivst
"him who rjxntth at tht ;rv.a
I assart yea. "Tamarack." ar we'd
ef honor few peoplf haT as tsaeh rnse't
for no ox drtvtrt it they cirt. for a
worst tibermtn. And caa cy -t t
lower la tht gradt of haroaeltT thts a
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New lort, Tib. 15.
am a Biamr o --".-" 1 t. n-i.k - n- j t-a
.. lo.r n abacdened Wti .w-
cn 0f langnaxt ctctiaary In drlrtae oxeai If roar reader, who atks tow to f t
aad moltt. Asd tbotish yoa f'" rot a wool rod, will fellow thin iltM.'T
v. . ..H.,.. . , n.t.n Take tht f fl .rf.lfi V. will h.. . r ' v-. i V. v
handicap would be too grtau aatoaslag of work:
course that you know how to preptriy ae-, j-jnt scraps oSf all tht oM Tarrlth. tra
drett oxta. ... tsiooth dn with fiat saxcpaMr.' X i
Third Though I know bow to or wot grospd pnrairt stott and cra4 n.
oxea, oa t ceo ant of a wean stcaiacn i ueliaa an! with a soft woo:is rar r . t
cannot aa to now unlets tnero aw wi tB. rej x cowl -.j, de -.jii i. M,.
and It blows la tht nxht dlreulea; ana
the chaaret or a laTorahl wind aro lew.
Fourth I am of a cheerful, raaey dii
poaiUoa. earefally aad painfully atalrei.
And I fear that drlTlcg aa ox team agtla
csder conditions such as exUted when I
oac did mlrat produce rea-jitt hat mr
few remaining ytart could not hops to
Fifth I bar a crtala graettoi mo-
Man o' War Out of Kentucky Derby and Will Xot Be Pressed.
The news that Man o' War, the champion two-year-old of last year,
will not start in the Kentucky Derby and may not go to the post in the
Preakness will detract from the general interest in these classics, but no
doubt will make' friends of the great colt rejoice. It has been noted rather
poignantly in recent years that particularly among the three-year-olds an
early and brilliant start means a poor finish. To the owner- who needs
the money this may not mean so much, but to a sportsman like Mr. Riddle,
who owns Man o' War, achievement stands out above financial considera
tions. He is 'determined that Man o' War shall not suffer the fate of Sir
Birton last year.
It will be remembered that as a two-year-old Sir Barton practically was
unknown. He came out for the Kentucky Derby and his remarkable victory
in that event stamped him- as one of the greatest three-year-olds in the
history of the turf. When he won the Preakness too the racing world
rang with his praises. This colt was a greater Colin, we were told. Sir
Barton went on to score a hollow victory in the Belmont in almost record
time. But soon the colt began to tire under the strain of constant training.
Came the defeat by Purchase, and many of the critics began to lose sight
of the outstanding qualities of Commander Ross's crack and took to heaping
encomium on the Hlldreth star. As matters turned out there was no ques
tion that Sir Barton won the three-year-old championship. But many
experts credited the title to Purchase. Mr. Riddle seems to be determined
to prevent such an occurrence In regard to Man o' War, In his case it
would be very unfortunate.
that a challenge ' for a title bout must
be made through the board. The rale
of the board also declares that the
champion must defend his title every
six months, or else forfeit to a bona fide
challenger. The board officials after
consideration of the proposal frwn New
ark decided that as the law of New Jer
sey precluded a decision by the referee,
a change of title In the Kllbane-Valger
bout could take place only In the event
of a knockout, as waa the case when
Leonard took the lightweight title from
WeUh The board replied to McKay that
If Valger and Kllbane would at once for
mally apply to the board In conformity
with Its championship rules, the bout
would receive the sanction of that body
as a title contest, except as regarded a
decision by the referee.
The board Informed McKay that,
while it would be pleased to officially
sanction the contest as a championship
affair, it had no desire to come into con
flict with any State law on the subject
of boxing, and therefore would confine
its acton to approval under .the limita
tions Imposed by the law cf New Jersey.
This is the first time that any boxlnf
ciub has asked for the sanction of the
Board of Control since the Incorpora
tion of the body and it appears to Indi
cate that promoters are beginning to
realize It Is to their Interest to have an
authoritative organization in control of
The Board of Control Is engaged In
an effort to have all State boxing com
missions amend their rules so as to per.
mtt of decisions by referees in all bouts.
When that is accomplished, champion
ship bouts in ail States can be sane
tioned by the board and conducted under
the rules of the board.
Georges Carpentier, heavyweight
champion boxer of Europe and next op
ponent of Jack Dempsey. was so upset
by a report that he would wed previous
to his visit to this country that he
visited the Paris office of Tug Serf and
New York Hesau and requested
that a denial of the statement be sent
to America. His statement was cabled
last night and was to the effect that the
French Adonis of the roped square Is
heart free and unhlt by the darts of
Cupid. It Is hinted that Carpentier may
seek a life mate in America, as he has
expressed admiration for photographic
representations of American beauties.
Carpentier told the Scn and New
Yobx Hexaxd representative that he
would sail for America on March 1J
from Havre on the French liner Lor
raine, and thai he will not fight Demp
sey for at least three months. This Is
because the Frenchman Is under con
tract with a film firm
While admitting that the contest was
almost certain to take place In America.
Carpentier said his personal preference
was for France or England as a battle
2" KeUay.. .
J' Pierce.. ..
Opportucitr was mu-h .lower than uua! to berln and hid to bit drirrn hint m th
limit to win after tanar around oa the Intlde. Pollux r tired the lead after turnlnr
into the ttretch, but tired illtatlr near end Bosttelle weakened after teitlsr early pace,
but came train near ead, where he waa In c-'ote quarter!. Iwlnlwln tired badly.
Scratched Tnutr. Ditcnttlon. gwfeptcr Glance. TOomnhint, A. N. Akin.
Owners 1, W. Woodward: 2. W. Perkini; 3, J. T. Buckley; 4, J. L Kaijht; 4, L. A,
Bna4dut, 4, J. M. Booker; 7, E. R. Bradley
FOURTH RACE For threo-rear-oldt and upward. One tnile and serentr yard! Purn
tm Off 1.13. Time, 1:1114. Start food. Won eaully. Winner, b. r.. 4, by Nealon-
zu7ui o. iwucr, u. a. r L. .rainer, V. r.. mapinan.
Kicncreek. 4-1 ! 44-1 t i
Frank Monroe wat tent Into a rood leadrolnx t firtt turn .rwt hM e.M ..r. .it
itaies. Hadrian wat reitralned until makinr ttretch turn. mOTed ud with a nnh vfin
called on but iwerred repeatedly in final furkmr. Keep ran a rood race and wat rotnr
tlroar at end. Pilten did not show hit accuitotned early tpeed and waa beaten throurh
out. Crumptail tired.
scratcheu mnr Neptune sea roreciotnre.
Owner I. L. A. Sere ml: 2. J. C. Ferrli:i. S. A. flnnim- i 1 T n,.n. t
Dotorlt Stable; 4. H. Twyman: 7, W. D. Bernhardt. '
FIFTH RACE For three-year-olds and upward. One mile and serentr rardi. Purse
iw. orr, Time "-I;Tr;?, "? dnrinx. Winner, br. r , J. by Quende
M. Fin. Jockey. Open. nixh.CIoie. Place 5d.
1' ! Kelity.... 3A IS -S 1-2 1.3
Herbert Stronsr and L. C. Haines
Win Golf 3facb.
Jpertol to Tux 8r itd Nxw Yosx Hxaitp.
Sr. Avoustine, Fla.. Feb, 13. Her
bert Strong, professional of the Kt.
Augustine links and the Engineers Club
Kosiyn, I I., with Lawrence C.
names or New Tork aa a partner, de
feated Donald Ross of Plnehurst and
George Wlllett of Brookllne, Mass., In a
golf exhibition hre to-day fttrong
registered a 74, Ross scored 75. Wlllett
had S3 and Haines So.
Many good golfers are here practising
for the annual spring tournament, be
ginning February 23.
IIAJIRY UNYDEJl nBST SHOT.
Kansas Crrr, Ma. Feb. 13. Harry
Snyder of Kansas City won the national
amateur wing shot championship, the
principal event on to-day's programme
of the sixteenth annual Interstate trap
aboptlng tournament here. Knyder. who
went Into a 54 target tie with William
Hoon of Jewell, Iowa; W; T. Craig.
Jacksonville, IIL. and J, C. Norrls,
Butte. Mont, captured the title on the
hoot off by breaking ten straight
BYJ1ACUSE, 32 U.MO.V, 12.
'pedal f Tss 8C ixp Nxw Toik-Hihid.
Stsacust, N. T Feb. . Syracuse
defeated Union hero to-night Ina hard
Played basketball game by the score of
10 12. union entered tno game minus
two of Itxrtgulars and lost another
woes ianiey twuiea nu xnev
DtotoorWe . .
J. C Stone
Hack tm ore
2 Stack 1
l'i Pierre t-l
4 roltlletn.. 41
3 Hlcbereek. 41
4 Metcalf,... 31
7 Jarrli.... xI
Dloecorile wsa outran firrt cart of race, hoi after turninr intn tfr.irh . .
when Mldla weakened, but had lo be tin ken up to it til off Todiler. Latter beran alowir
but finished with a sood rush. Ueorre VTaahlnrton dored a blr gap from a tlow berinl
mnx. MMia tired badly.
Scratched Dtndy Dude and Grove A.
, f?1' j'",h!llJ?"J!.7- p- Dunne; 1. Mr!. H- E. WlUsmi; 4, Mri. V. Mantle:
t, U A. Broaddut; 4. W. Perlant; 7. H. J. Moore. w'
SIXTH RACE For four-year-olds tnd upwsrd. One mil sad a furlonr. Purie, tVf. Off
Owner. G. B. WAGTfON. Trainer. J. G. Warnon.
t. rr. st. ' 4 1 m. Jocker. Open. Hlrh.Rote -pi.t- m
1 ll 1' 1' 1' RIchCTeek. -S 3i i:.s ii
7 - TI " a U.A llnj . . . . -i J.l
2 t M 4 ( 14 1H Coldletrj.. 7.1 in
7 7 7 7 4 4 4 Howard.... 31 t-l
3 3 2 2 3 3 3 WlUlt 1M 20-1
4 1 1 7 t 4 Ptrrlnrt'n 131 131
'.."i 3-I Vf
3 7 4 3 4 4 4 Stack 4-t 101
- t T llwt. MA, U .
Goldrrett Bor waa hutlled Into front it fciralt w'u n.r'.VVn ii.., ,.a ..j '
Satin met with Interference flrst pirt. moved up fttt when clear and fljilihedw.fi
Ornery rioted latt from a tlow be'lnnlmr. Pollu was fir back In early runnlnr bat
came fait at end. Frank Mattox weaken! bidly. -l
Scratched Indolence. Hindlul. Chick Birkley.
OwnrsI, o. B. wamon; z, C, Buxton;!, w. D. Bernhardt: 4 J,
L. Marion; 4. E. K. Bryton; 7, P. Dunne, I. A. Brent; . M. Wtller
Golderett Boy. .. Vi
Fraak Mattox Ill
Sky Pilot 113
Jfiicr CUTls SS
Blue Bannock.... Ill
Good Start JIad Toward Truly National Olympic Team.
We note that President Wilson. Secretary Baker, Secretary Daniels and
various otner army and navy men have been appointed high officials on
the American Olympic committee. We hope that this Is the introductory
to tne aaopuon 01 our recent suggestion mat Congress make an appropria
tion for the expenses of our representatives at Antwerp and that our com
petition In the Olympics be made a truly national affair. Other nations
are doing it. Why not America, champion of them all?
IN DRIVING FINISH
Beats Good Filed of Platers
at New Orleans.
A. Guscheon; J,
oc. tiiin iwjucior jour-year oiot ana upward, one m le and a furlonr. Puna liai
yA.WS"- W,mw' th' &ar$aker:
Waterproof ., ., U
Lorena Mom .. . 104
Setnoer Stalwart. Ill
Ben Htmpton ill
Al Pierce Ill
i 4 t: 1 y,n. Jorker.
7 1 1 1 Smith
2 to V 114 21 7' Erickson.. I t
n 3 41 t 4154 j Burke... 24-1
I - 2 2 3 4 Butwell... 41
1 4 7 4 4 3 Pauley... l-l
4 S 4 4 Rlcherwk. 4-1
4 4 1 1 7 7 7 Pierce I I
2 1 X S I 1 t P,,'n.lmi
waterrroot round the stickr trteic luittn hi. iitim-- ... .n.w ... " " :
of It, but w.nt to tht front when let out and won cantertnr. Irena Moss tet pace
mot of the way but waa no match lor winner. Bombait was badly ridden and doted
tooiJiS.tlk n?thrtLft'd 7?i?r bldV' P0 ""i weakened In final drtre.
Scratched arlly. Dr. Crelzler. Alralno and Sunn.
I. .m??7Ui A' Bra'u.! i A. Col ton ;l. F, p. LeUUler; 4, Ct V. Freeman; 3. J, C,
IZatont I, J. Aliityeri 7, J. J. Fahey; 1, J. Marino. ' ' v'
I !- 7-S 7-H
4 1 ll
I l 31
5pcYaI fo Tss Sc.v tsp Nsw Yosx HxxaLP,
New Orleans, La.. Feb. 13. Cheap
platers had their Inning on a heavy, dry
ing out track at the Fair Grounds to
day. They ran to form and four well
played favorites won.
Opportunity at odds on scored over the
best field1 assembled when he carried off
the third In a furious drive from Pullux,
Bonstelle and others. Bonstelle cut out
the early pace, followed by Pullux and
Iwln Iwin. Opportunity, the top weight.
stumbjed at the start and raced through
the heavier going near tne ran until tne
tum. There he went to the outside and
challenged the leaders.
Turning for home he dropped toward
the Inner rail again and was driven out
to beat Pullux. Bonstelle was third, a
Dlocorlde, after racing In close quar
ters through the early running of the
fifth, took command at the final eighth
and won In a driving finish.
General scored a popular verdict un
der Lyke'a good handling. He assumed
the lead soon after the break and in
creased it throughout
Goldcrest Boy scored the easiest vic
tory of the day. The diminutive Rich
creek kicked him home as though It
were a nose finish.
Blemished took the flrst easily. At
the barrier's rise Run George collided
with Morning Face and unseated J.
Howard, the latter's rider.
Frank Olunroe, under a hustling ride.
never left the result of the fourth In
doubt, winning handily from Had ran.
Waterproof, backed Into favoritism.
won the final easily.
A committee of twelve horsemen rep
resenting 16. of the most prominent
racing establishments here presented a
request for a 15,000 dally purse d!strlbu
tion at Jefferson Park to G. D. Bryan,
Jr. Mr. Bryan roads an unqualified re
fusal, whereupon the horsemens com
mittee reported to their associates, who
decided to abide by whatever action
their committeemen might take. The
committeemen aay they will refuse any
compromise. This leaves the Jefferson
meeting In doubt.
The committee maintains Indepen
dence of the Thoroughbred Horsemen's
Association, though the majority of Its
members belong to that organization,
Tjhlch agreed with the Jefferson manage
ment at Latonia last fall to accept a
dally 13,800 distribution.
The horsemen insist that the agree
ment was operative for only the first
AT HAVANA TRACK
Majority of Events Won by
Special to Tax Sen as'n Nsw Yosx Hxsaip.
Havana, Cuba, Feb. 13. Favorites
ran true to form at the Oriental Park
race track to-day and four choices were
returned winners. The card was made
up of ordinary fields but the racing was
incinerator, favorite, in tha opening
event, galloped to an easy tiutotey she
was under slight restraint in th early
vmi ana wnen straightened out for the
run to the Judges breezed home by three
lengths. Major Flsk was second, half a
length In front of Steve.
The finish in the second
close a blanket would have covered th
first four horses. Little One proved the
gam est and won, with Lenora P. second
ana lie's a Bear third.. Sentry was
Laura Miller captured the third ru.
in a driving- finish by a neck, while -rop
nung neat Mpnle K. half a length for
the place. Dainty Lady won the fourth,
the fifth went to Chansonette II. while
the last event was won by Chillum.
rirrt Ra:e.-rorie lW): three-year-oldi;
-It. minx: fire and a hilf fivbiM r
??4.(I',S:htr' 2 to 1. 4 to 5 tnd 2 to S, flni:
Mtjor Flik, 10S tOtnnodrl. 3 to 1. to S axd
r. t o. mm: rt.re, 115 (Goaaort). e to 1,
6 tj 2 and to 5. third. Time. 1:07 4-5. Quea
-j.uaej, L'rr.iu;t. oint tai Leearack tlto rin,
feeoad Rice. Pan. iwm thr...T..rM.
cuimlrx; file and a nilf farlonp. little One.
11J iBrowa), 3 to I, eTa aad 1 to 2. first;
Leaora P.. 107 (Boat;, 7 to 1, S to 2 and to 8,
tecoad: He'i a Bear. 106 lAtkinroni. 3 to 1.
Tea aad 1 to 2, third. Time. l:0. Plala
Heather, Director Jamfi and Sentry x'J" rta.
Third Race. Puna 340O: fsar.T.ar-old. tnd
npwin; cmnunr; iix rarmcfi. Laura uiller.
ill tnixa:. I :.-. - jit : :..
Top Rnnx. Ill (Baraei). 5 to 2. rren an 1 1 to 2.
recood; Sophie K., Ill (Garrlfaal. to I. 5 to
- im o 10 o. uuro. lime, uturt l.
iiioer, ttaaseiie. MtfV. Jiirror. Baccarat, vt
cUao Boy tnd Nttira Ml alio rta.
Fourth Race. Phrte 3000; four-yHrMt tad
jprara: ciainunx; lit luriooxi. Dainty lady,
103 ruonatalai. 8 to S. 1 to 2 ind I ta 4. firtt
EI Coronel, 110 (TT. Gtraert. 7 to 2. 7 to B tad
7 to 10. tecoad: .oynlm, 115 (Gtrran). s to I,
R to 2 aad S to 3, third. Time. 1:12 2-5. MUa
Elleea. Br"er For. alp, Pontetnet, Tbeodon
1 tlr. The Snob tnd 8btitt 1U0 rta.
Fifth Htc. rsrae 39: three.yrtr-oldt tad
t-pward; clilmlnz! mile tad fifty yirdt. Chin
e.netle II., 108 (A. Colllni). I to 2, erea tad
1 to. 2. tint: Oar Mtld. rWondil. 4 10 1,
X to 6 and 4 to S. tecoad: Rnritree. gr irioiiti,
4 to 1, H to 3 tad 4 to S. third. Time, 1:44 4.5.
Snow Hill, Dirmon, 3lod 8111 tod Duke of
SVlby tlto rta.
Sit Tttee. Part ret; thre.jir-nld. ud
utraird: rlilmlox: mile tod fifty yirdt. Cbll
jnai. ins (CtrmnJi). 5 to 2, erea tad 1 to 3.
firtt: Sea Prince. M (Welnn). 7 to 2, 7 to 5
nl T tn 10 annnd; Itariltr. 1L1 ll. rVilllcH.
1 to 5. 7 to IS tnd 7 to 10. third. Time. 1:43 4A
l.VmiD. Bed Williams, YU1 Sooa and Yea'hes
alto ran. .
Manager Dave Driscoll announced yes
terday that the bout between Jimmy
Wilde of England and Micky Russell
which was to have been staged at the
Arena In Jersey City on Wednesday
night has been put over to the follow
ing night, Thursday. February 1, at
Russell's request. According to Driscoll
Russell objected , to fighting on Ash
Wednesday because of religious scruples,
and when Wilde was Informed of this
he readily consented to the postponement
of the bout.
BURNS STOPS KAUFMAN.
Jersey Feat herTrr lent Scores a
Knockont In Sixth Tlonnd.
Frankie Bums, the Jersey City feather
weight, continues to mow down his op
ponents, Ws latest victim being Benny
Kautman of Philadelphia. Burns scored
a knockout over Kaufman in the sixth
round of a contest at the City A. C.
last night Kaufman did very well in
the opening rounds, but Burns' body
attacK Began to tell in the third, when
Kaufman was dropped for a short count
From then till the sixth it was all
KEYES'S FIFTEENTH & 0.
East Slder Drops Bobby Byrne In
Oakey Keyes, the East Side light
weight with the TNT punch, scored his
fifteenth knockout in succession last
night at the Elm A. C, Paterson, N. J.
Bobby Byrne was the victim, and al
tfmugh he had all the better of Keyes
in the flrst round he was droDDed bv
Keyes for the full count in tha second
session. It was a right to the Jaw that
did the trick.
NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES.
Ftrit Race Flash Pnner (.....
purse. I7M: three furlonrt: Alnuu it
Queen cJ Trumps. 117; Joe Tax. 114; John S.
Reardorf. 111: Mlts Dora, 111; tColntretu. Ill
tPeeraxe, ill; Machine Gunner, ill twhit!
ney and Oreentree entry.
Second Race Frontier Purse: three-year-old.;
purse. 1700; tlx furlonrt: Bullet Proof
1: Simpleton. 117: Arrowhead, in: Who
Caret, ill; Golden Dawn. Its: Billrbeil I'M
Taphank, 1M; Westwood. 1M; Jean Builant!
Third Race Camnflra Purutf
olds and upward parte. ISO); tlx furlonrt
Charlie Leydecker, IB; Lucy B, im' Mil
honr. 14; Lively. 1M; Marie Miller! IU
ManoeUTre. 102: Dltcutaton. 107; Otrood. tm'
Sweeplnc Glince. 17. t-w, ,
Fourth Race-Saint ValenUne HandlctB'
three-Tear-oldt and unwardr un. .. :
mile and sixteenth: Sand, of Pletanri'
111: Bondage, ill- Chief. Ill; Wir Mask -l-a"-Courtthip.
1M; Omond. m. '
Fifth RacePurte 1106: Carnival Claim
Ins Purse: three-year-olda ajid on- it-
and Tnty yard!. Warsaw, 141; Moling
tain Rote. 2d, 141; Opportunity it.
Wadtworth I Latt. 1M: Rainbow -r.i.i U:
Cerinui. 1; 'Boltter. 197; Matin.. MV
107: "Fleer. 11: Mr Dear. II: K..'
main. II. t "
filxth Rifp Pari. 1700. rt.imin. .t.
yetr-oldt: mils and a sixteenth: Chrtiti.
ill; uertoaaBO. :u; TrenUno. Ill; Rufni
Riley. ,1U: 'Water War. ui: "HandtS!
in: Dr. Creirer. 101: -Bin, Tyiirf?."
W. H. Buckner. I0S: eToaditool im
Sentimental. 104: Sophia Gatewood in'.
NanthaUus. W : 'Bethel Hill. wT Alto al!
Irible: Verily. 101: 'Blua Banner, 1M RaniH
Stride, ; Llltle Strinr. 111? ' PM
Berenth Race Purse 1700: rt.tni...
Ihree-yetr-oldt and up: one milt and
ixteentn. Kea start, ill; 'Chick BarkltT
ll; Courcellet. 14; Bcourxeman ti.t
Jamea F. Cummlnil. 101; Rtcont.n..'
01. Shirp Practice. 104; Tom Break, it..'
Flippr, 101; 3Claa St.rllnr. ill: u.JSl
Rappold. 101: 'Juanlta, Id. 101; Gtora.
Mmlhlbick. Ill: Mettalllanni. ml ..
Uxlbla: Lady Eileen. n: mt for Tat
lot; uirtna aioss, m; iittry. 111,
Apprentlos allow ana claimed. , A
Thin take a small p!ct ef waihlr.r
to da. dlsiotred In hot water, and with a
trial 1 rpBx rab ht rod until It it per.
fectly free from rrtnt. Tha apply er.t
coat ef rood alow drytsg tpar rtrnlih
with a small trttt:t brtuh (not a camt.'i
hair brush) and then haxg tip la a room
free from dstt fer on wttk en til tht
varslth It thoroughly hard tit d.
Give It anotbtr rub down with th. mis.
tore of pumlc itont aad oU. followed with
a cUaciltr f aaa and hot water, an
other coir cf Tirana and a week t dry
aad ht will haT a Cslth Ilk plate (lati.
If the rod li huxr netr tht wall th
sldt toward th wall t-eicg cooler thta
th opposite sldt 1U ra the Ttraith to
eriwj and It win dry Icnpy.
New Tort Teb. li SHAN DAKIK.
A Call te Aid 1'beaautt.
ALBANY, reb. 1S.-A rail to fl.-e-r
aportrmtn asd othtr bird loren la a t
partr of the State to provide corn w th
which to feed wild phtaaasta aad Vtns Mil
theai over the uncixtlly terert wthr
conditions asd d?p now preraliiax at
th pretest time has been lmtd by L ew -ln
teste, chief of th drltloa of fjh aal
game cf th CosrervaUoa Commlisloa.
Cora on the cob. tied to th trjrVi
of trees or tn bushes la district!
pheasants are Iraowa to abide, la tht best
mincer of sapplylng food, aceordl-r o
CXirtSMSMtAir n X rtr ; -a'7- "tie. aayt isai u is pracuct y
jWlMmlnU KALL elst to scatter Iocs corn opoa fit
nttttt of the cround. which aaick.'y b.
t. r. i v m st m r . co rati buried by th mow. Bat a few
Springfield Y. OI. C. A. Beats . securely tied ta th form of a r!rfl I
... . r in. ' abOst the trunk of a tr a short distacc
WeSleyan in Uual Meet. abort tb-now ar- a boon to the pbi.
art. which ar readily tbl to pick th
w,, r- v. it kernel! from rh cob. A twprlrlst T rmall
MisoumwN, Conn.. Feb. IJ. The smwBt of food, h tar, witi tutu a a
Springfield T. M. C. A. College team j ph-iar.t orer a severe period,
defeated the Wesleyan I'nlverflty rut- j -hif Legre ftatrt thtt. throush tht
tatorc here thla afternoon In an inter. : "e unwiriiwn urair n,
collegiate dual meet In the local co!-
FINISH EVEN IN
the phtt.tnt hai now become w:i titab.
U.h'd th.-ouihout the tae, aad bit
to 23. Springfield won three of the six i tere-e wntr eenditloas. eat c ta. r
events contested and captured the ma- rJ''!' ." n,t-r of I'tte-t
ioritv of second nlacei. The onlv evert, d'tcrtblnr tht difficultiea which pheatantt
jont or secona puces, ine oni) events ,rt h,,lnc ja corabttlar th unutual can-
won by INexIeyan were the fancy dive1 dttlont of the prettnt wttr. If th lote't
and plunge for distance.
The summaries: t
RliT-Woa by Sp.iatfld T. M. C. A. (TJr
lrn'oa. Beawe. NirhtU tnd EittwoMi. W-
iota (Berrteu. reck, surest tnd nirtrnitt.
vitrei. Time. 1.27 1-5.
Ftryy Dite Woa by Morris. Welyi;
Brows. 5onti';ia i. . u A., teceeu; uoeiier,
(-loss for D:t:ase Woa by Walt. TVesIeyaa,
w.th M feet; Beawa. Sprtsrfield T. 11. C A.,
accord; Moore. Wetlrjia. third.
4-1 lard Swlm-Berrka. Wetleyaa. asd Etit
wrrtj, Pprltrfleld T. M. C. A., tied for tint
p'j'e; Teck. Weiyaa. lecood. Tlsve, 21 tec
Zi Tard Rwlta Wa by LMajnot. Sprier,
field T. Jl. C A.: Peek. Wnlrjaa, Mwsd: !t
t4T. Sprls gflell T. M. C A., third. T.oe.
i -M 3-3.
KO Ttrd Swim Won by EtitwnM. Pprlrt
field T. M. C A.; Berrtea. Weslfyia. te-w1;
NicsoCt. SprtsrTd T. II. C A.. tWrd. Ti-e.
Pomt Score Sprinfflekl T M. C. A.. :
of these betstifu! birds will lt4 their ud
In sspplylcz; corn oa the csh. they mty b
th metca of prerestlsc a setback ta th
number cf pa-tfinu. from which It cu.3
take them yeari to recover.
BIU Enlarge Lobster Trap Openlnr.
ALBANY. Feb. -AtresyEUa Etrtt
haa Introduced a bill In the AwnUr
, thb lacra from oo and a hail
I lnchet to two Ischct the otnlag oa tht
) bottom ef lobattr trapv
BOD AND GUN.
HAVE GOOD prepsiltlon for maa wh
can run aihlrs; boat. Small lnreitmtnt
preferred. State experience and referen-et.
J A. R, Box 21, Sun and tha New Voik
RUTGERS SWDQIERS WIN.
GUS WflLZ sl't Bamboo. Oreenheart.
Lancewood. All kinds cf
Mosntlcgt. Beit Reel Llset Made. Rodt
Re pal re i.
170 lit .Tf nr. 10th St. Tet Orrhd. 8347.
Defeat Syracuse In Dnal 3Ieet by
40 to IS.
Special to Tax Sr up Nxw Toax Hr.iU.
GIRAtDA sailt Sunday. 7:1 A. M, Sheept
held Bar, for th rarmit.
Nxw Bxcnswick. N. J-. Feb. 13. PACKARD 3-33 Twla six Jodklst Cjs rerdble.
Rutgers swimming team easily defeated t r.!SA5R T"Ja Sl LIn4se.
the SjTacase team in the Ballantlne pool 1 ggBa Tw1a S!x laiUis Co:Tert.1U
here to-night The score was 4 to U. . Packard 3-25 Twh sir xrti. rv,-
Gebel was the big factor In the Scarlet I PACKARD 3-23 Twin Sx Trsam Sedas.
victon-. Besides swimmlnr the relav !!ACKAD2 ?"5 iT'a "!x IJmoQtiae.
victorj"- Besides swimming the relay
for Rutgers he captured first places In
the. 50, 100 and backstroke. In the
breast stroke he took second place but
waa disqualified. The summaries :
200 Tt-d Reltr Waa br Rurxers: Srracoj.
tfoad. Tim 1:33 4-3. RuUert" tela, fiebel,
!:. Gtrdaer. I:liec: Syraccte team. GoaM,
GWoa. Sweaslas. Northoa.
JO Tard Swim Woo by Rebel, Rutxert: tec
oad, Ptt'eaiW. Eatxrrt: !M, Norton, Syra
est. Time. 2j tecoed!.
100 Tard 9w tm Won br Gebet Rstxen: ier-
oad. Boa. Ratgcn; third, Gould. Syracuse.
Time, l:0t 1-5.
230 Tard Swln Woo br Ro. Rutxert: ve.
ocd, Mtton. Rutxert; third Wilcox Syracut e.
Tic-. 2:13 2-3.
rlacx for DlitXDce Wan br Srlei'L Sm
ew; tecond. Shatfer, Rctxeri. Distance, 33
Fta-T Dire Woa hr rwt. Rotrera: tecoad.
Sberwla. Rutxert-. third. Lleber. SyrscuM.
25 Tard Breatt StrokeWao by Swtnnlac,
STrce; ecoad, Ptnhwlck, Syracuse. Tut.
3A 4-o f oat.
W Tard Back Stroke won br Gehel. Rstzee t;
tecoad. Roof. Rutxert: third. PirthwVV Sin.
tw. Time. 33 tecoodJ.
Flaal score Butxtri. 4: syrscuse, is.
Flrit Rice Three furlonn: two-yetr-oldt;
purte lo: no Munoi. ru; painter, til;
Little rointer. iu: jean torey. iu; pan
handler. 114; General Arromente. Ill,
Serond Race Fire asd a half furlonrt .
three-yetr-olda and upward: dalalnx: purse
34H: Sherry, T; 'Ntoml Walton. 100: 'Bella
wiuer. Ibj: "Bunice. ira; -aaa Belle. 1M:
Lillian G.. 10S; Pnnca Bosero. 103; Robert L
Third Race rive and a half furlonr.-
three-Tear-olds and upward: dalminx:
purt 1400: 'Jill, : Shlro. 107; Wt
mouth Girl. 101: D. C. Girl. 10J. Encor.
Ill; Trophy. 112; 'Hazelnut. 11!; Sure
Fourth Ric Five and a half furlonrt;
thre-yr-olds ind upward; cWmlnx.
?urs I"0: 'Hlmlttrud. JS: 'Albxlow.
1: 'Peasant 100; Marion Holllas, 10J
BlondeL 107: Currency' 191; Skeer r..
Fifth Rice Six furloait: four rrirM. mn
upward: daunlnr: purse t4: MayMaul'hr
103: 'Arthur Mlddleton. 103; Zole. 104; 'Bet
tertoa. 108: 'Enoa. 194; Fotter Embry. lto-
Iron Boy, ios; Rtipa s., 109; Tarxtcoa. no
Corat Boris. Ill; John. Jr.. Ill: Maarine
Sixth Race Mile and twenty yardi; three,
yexr-olds.snd upward; claiming: pane tv
Perfect Lady. S4; 'Duke Rolf. 100: SkT MaiT
100; Pltattrede. 102; 'Zodltc. 104: Lextrr
103; 0'MaUy. 110. "Tftcy,
Serenth Race Four-year-olds and upward
dtlmlng: parte J7M: mile tnd a Itleenth1
Ludtr Pearl, si; 'Laritt 94: 'Bill Hrmi.,'
M- Ttndl TJrtt. l lllnn.r Xf.i. ,(:
CprydOD, 107: Buck NalL 110; Salvalelle. no.'
PArKARD 3-2S Twta Six Fleetwood Brocraia.
.'ACKARD 2-33 Twis SU Ursoctia tad eirrt
t'CKARD 2-33 Twla Six Llmostlae.
PACKARD 2-33 Twla Six Ltsdtulet.
PACKARD 2 2S.Twa Six Dcrsara Broaim.
PACKARD 2-3S Tw Six metca. wiu wlaier
TfOTTA FRASCH1SI Laaiaulet
UKTOMOBILF. 1317 Licotrt and tocriac bod.
PI T LiaxKBlae.
C'DlLL-tC 11S Laodaulet B.-Pcrbata.
TOANKLIN 181S Jj-tpcjiaa asd tocrUr poj.
UIITTE Utett model Uolhrook asJ
VARJiON 1R17 Ltadaslet.
PACKARD MOTOR CAR CO. OF N. T
lfil Broadway. Telepaoee Catmint
AND OTIIEH CARS
MORTON W. SMITH CO.,
1 W. 44th St 1133 Murray Bill
A close-up rtfltdion of the in
domilahlc hardihood and mailer,
oj-couue courage shown by er
7r of Vie Coast Guard in their
cooperation in the rescue of pas
sengers and crew of the storm
tossed and icc-batlertd "Princess
AND THE MEWYORK HERALD
EAST "AT TO SELL TOCB CAR.
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JablUhed 1S87). 126-123 East 13th St.. hit
lonj been esteemed a clearing house for
the taJp and purchase of second hand au
tomobiles, passenger and commercial, by
auction. List troublesome and qulekeit
medium for both sellers and buyers. Mora
Erotpectlre buyers than cars as a rule,
st yours now. Auction of autos erery
Muini,lSd,T " nen- Tel.ph.nt
,rcbTWr Sal Now On.
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Rebuilt and overhauled m to 4ii ton
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o m TON PACKARD DUMP
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221 Vlett 33d St. New York City
CADILLAC T Imperial Umouilne, tpeclil
leather upholitery: car In very txcelleat
condition; Immediate delivery. Writ or
wire, F. E. McFADDEN, 24 Garfleli ar.
PACKARD, 3-21 ted a a. apeclal alx r"a
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Writ er wire F. E. McFADDEN, 24 Gtr
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CADILLAC limousine. 1114, all equipped, re
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a perfect bargain. Can be seen at ChttSeld'l
Garaxe. 40th it and Ja-tu - fnwt
BARGAIN Chalmers 1III Town Ctr.
eieellent condition, recently oerhis!fd.
extra shoes, equipment I1.2S0. Midisoa
Souar 441. Schnrler till
PIERCE-ARROW. -J lic town car Ere
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! la sood condition. 174 Eatt 75th it, 'Phor.1
I.CDOT pot. t
LOCOMOBILE 11 '
Llmouilae. uaed for montht; coadltloa si
throughout STARK. 21 XV 42d St
Opea eve; :tt
Reconditioned: all model i.
W1U.TS43VERL.XD. loe . B'lrsr ltd Vi
PACKARD 1918 TOCSINO.
Condition ntw throughout STARK,
W. Sid St
PACKARD Twin Six roadtter: rerl:t rv
dltlon. WOLFMAN CO.. 1203 Atlta'.l: t't,
Brooklrn. Phon Decatur 4110
PACKARD. 1017, 23, tourtax: perfect eMdl
tloa. -STARK. 23 Wit 62d it. Col
Pierre 1918, is Toortni.
Condition guaranteed. STARK, il
NEW Packard tedan body, four pfearr. VV
tide drive, ready lo mount LBI50T V-
GROSS. 177S Brotdwir. Clrrle 4:.2
REO, beautiful tire naHenfer tcorlsc, witf
top. extra tire, aewly palntrd: flae cos-lltlwi
fpetp. BHREPT. ?J) XYtlt 54th.
SEDAN, laxwU; perfect coadltloai H'
used. DOCTOR, 3t Wut d. C-iltullH.