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McGraw Decides to Play Frisch at Third Base and to Start the Season With Doyle Covering, Second
pm AND FALLS
HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS
IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT
IN LONG BIKE GRIND
f Giants Sliding for the Bag.
KcIIv Will Play First Jtosc,
Doyle .Second and Frisch
FLETCHER AT SHORTSTOP
yew Lineup Works Like a1
Chnrni in Game Which
fti'l i Tut S" T,c Hons.
Sax A.vtok, Texas, warea
Frank Friich will Pr third bw for
tr-e Giants and Larry Doyle will start
sijnt it Htoni. This solution or;
V vexJr.g problem which has oett
of'tal thin afternoon when the regulars
UfraiH 'h re"rj!t by a .-tare of c :
J tn '. flrt r'r !in' garr In whir!-.
. two d:lefor- eve enraged her.
McOmw l.rd :p Sis regular mnew
T.h ;rg K oi S-rst '. Py.e -
t wcond. nv'w sfcort and Frisch '
third KKt-:."r 5w Ven working at IJUt bo Far TllCrC IS NothlHgt
s-wt in tr bt-rg drills. Vit not un'.:: ;
-.. fterwi has In taka part In. jn TllCm h.CCJ)t a tCW
i .vs of th ;jvttc! irraei. Doyl played (
j'or.d for th tvi'az oo Wrdtts. IflgfJl t UCS.
day, tut was plven a UyofI yesterday j
TT' rw l'r-up worked like a charr. j I
Fx. '-f -ourM a the Mrn. irtntinat- WILLIAM TJ. IIA.VVA. I
ip youaerter h wen ever Knse tae j ' j
' ub b(ra-n its "or here, bo! the Tet-lfUI .' Thi Kcx iy Nr tix Hmts, ,
fan FIt'hr i a rTClatlon tth In I Jackmktills, Ila.i March II. i
e ne!'J and at f : lat Ho aturwnted . "Babe" Ruth's bats cam to-day. and
for a a-fd doable. Doyle played ; "nab" waa armed with thea when he ;
'h and rrac and Mtrotd to be went out to do daily bittle. with the
fbl to flM them equally well on eithr ;Vanke second team. The tali were
Mil Btjids he rot a three zj hlt'jellow, Urse. heavy and formidable ap
v "lifh was one of tbe features of a four J parlns. but there was nothlnc In them
iun rJ3.r.bardmn! K-Jiired by the rejulars except a few high flies. Th home run
In th opnmr mrtirs. ,snar! is still in hU slump, the Yankee
Aftsr th naT.e McGraw decUred that Regulars are still In their slump, and in
Ti le not prepared to ay ur. a came indifferently played by them to
how b A line up his infield when the ' 'lay the stcond tem beat them 8 to 1.
ror.z rane f'jr the optnir.p of the season The reckoning Is three eamm to ote in
'A' n-"'!y satisfied with the . favor of the seconds, who arc playing
hhowtn; mads'VhU lineup this after-! th much more spirit and swasser than
Hip Unestlon A linn t Doyle.
J'iit hryw 'r !, cin so U the bis-
pest QiHWih w-fs besets the manaSer
- f .Jtwiu. Hwerer . It wouM . not b
r .rsrwinc tfe veuran come back
just as strc y as he did in 11S At
ary rat I -oy e U good for that hlebl
ry hedidin m. At
-y i:-y u -
injptrtir.t f.rf. fwtnight of the pennar.t
Tc If 2-e the route ail the bf -
tfr. If ha falU MKJraw will have
lr.r to fa'l bJct OO.
Not 'uk amalles: feature of the con- are going sufficiently below their diss
'st tcwUy was a home run by Frisch. Uy playing the Yankee first team,
a ewat over the rijht field fence in the j
third mnirttr Nobody had been able to i ,rcoiid Team'a PHcblnc netter.
ire the trick previously, and to-night Ch,.v . ,r..K-rf T,n-,h
,..,,,. . ,..,ff,rt nvt- the ac. ShiTrky and Herbert Tnorroan-
r af. t . wfZ. l J.. tn'kn pitched'much better for the second
compl shmtnt. Wh Frlsdi cams to m shQre an1 j2ck
of ptcuUarities of bxttlnp frhlch rere
or peculiarities '
rot altogether ' r "
the majors, but he has overcome n
ail his weax pints ami tnis year muaiu
' " ' . . . . ,
biOTKim lortn as a aure-nre niuer.
Fnsch also took a hand In tne lour
1...,. i.lv .I.-
run outers, t.mj. ?"''mT?,mhM as long as pofsime. nore went;
,r" Cirr:l"? " !
I rothtr VirziL otherwise
Zekc. in the opening innln
Ztke. ai th cas may be, waa not at
Ms beat, and tbe rtgulars fell on him.
They were intent on getting revenge for
the defeats harjied tbrn by the recruits
on Tuesday and Wednesday. They
rrlsch Knocka a Double.
There were two out when Frlsh came
to bat In that hectic first inning. Ford
liarn n ufar hammered a double to right
and he scored when Fletcher sent an-1
i jer screaming two-uafse. -.0 u 5i..o
teri-iton-. Fletcher counted, too, when
. . . . i. . f
IWe triple to ngn:. iwie cm no.
too on K'aufTii three-base swat to right
- . . a . - . .
ii .n. ,.n,.,i h frrtirih mn when
Kelly singled to centre. Ily this time
Zeke knew that this was not hij day.
He looked i;ke a silk whlrt fresh from
the hotel laundry- Kelly earned the
undying gratitude of Zeke when he was
thrown out trying to steal.
Fletcher started thing!" tfoing toward
the regulars' sixth and last run irl th
fc'xth session when hs singled to left.
He made second base on an infield out
and got to third when Smith made a
wild attempt to nip him off the midway,
lletcher scored when Sicking dropped
.Smith's throw at third.
For h recruits the feature was tlw (
l-'ttlng of Kinsella, son of Sinister Dick, j
Hie iimor. scout. Kiniilla got a tingle J
and a triple.
IWulir-Burn!. left field: Younr, rliht
?W. Friiwh, tlilrd: FletchT and White,
fhort; Ir1e nd Bites. cond: Rauff. centre;
Kelly, flrit; Snrder. mtchtr; Winters, Jhn
ton and Bnrfein. pitchers.
Reraltj Bqwen. left Held: BUtf, centre:
Klnxlla, rlrht: Kir.y, Snt: Cmrfj, ind:
Sirkinr. third- Maralre. ihort : Smith.
if-Vi, 7Ai Uiiatt, Do-j!ij asd finratr.
fwre by Inninn: REE.
7lru!r 0 1 0 1 i) x-4 1
r.eraiis I It 0 M t I M ) I
0 bvw hlts-rietier Ktuff. Kelly.
f-njdr, Klnnlls. Coones; Marulre. Sleklnr,
Pmlth. Two bt bits FIImjIi. Fletcher.
Three bie hits-Doyle. Kauff. Stats. Kin
Mlla. Fmlth. Hone run Friicb. Umpire
WHEAT AND MYERS
IN DODGER LINEUP
Hy Bats In Five Runs Against
Jacksonville, Fla., March 12. Zach j
Wheat and Hy Myers took their places j
H the lineup of the Brooklyn regulars I
.m oftrr,r. r.A hnr.sted the. Doditr 1
offence a hundred per cent Myers
Marled right in to uphold his reputation
as the champion at batting In runs by
hitting the first ball pitched by Jeff
rfeffer for a double. Ivy Olson had
opened the game with a two-timer, giv
ing Hy his chance. He drove in an
other run with a sacrifice fly In the
fifth and came up In the eighth with
the bases loaded. Hy poled one to the
centre field fence for a aoun e clearing
the sacks and making his count for the 1
'.ay five runs batted tn. J
Wheat whiffed the first timo he faced i
Pfeffer, but squared accounts with a
single In the fourth. Zach got to nits
L". V,rr if. itSS .x ton. u, I
day s work. Ho grabbed two long files I
j v ..j .v,.- .(I.. .tiff
run. Myers had no fielding chances. ' '"",,"' V.,. e..V t,
Smith and Pfeffer had a pitching duel i tlonals. In training here, that he waa
In the four Innings they worked, tha (on t l" BrownsMlIe. If ha sign,
portsidcr holding the Yannigans down UP Pitcher Oscar Tuero will be th
to two hits and shutting them out only Cardinal holdout.
i-feffer was nicked for two hits and a !
rn In the first and fourth. In the', r.AItr.V IlISUHS rtlDI.NG CI.L'U.
last four two Rookies had It out and ,
rsa'rt th southpaw waa on top. Con- I At a meeting of the membirs of the
Jon got by with a hit In each Inning and Karly Rer Riding Ciuu il nlghl (ho
liM the Yans to a pair of runs. following ofTccrs were elected for the
The Regulars hammered Mil Jus f-r 13 jear 1920: Richard E. Saus. president;
llts and 7 runs, making the final ecoro McCauley Smith, vice-president ; August
to 2, V. Lambert, treasurer, and Arnold Mil-
Ward had sixteen chances at short,
7fe was the pivot of two fast double
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A favorite training stunt with
sideling and Earl Smith sliding for
; RUTH'S RIP, RiTR
ARRIVE IN CAMP
Th Te of the Rerulars are dimmed
'except at Irregular and Infrequent in-
tervals, but as these games are purely
du, , , ,
; cf flrJt vUh the Doi
i whk.h u to.morro,.. still. It mlsh
a Mta or ,h! y4nk R.guU
ir.r..,i - t . ir,nI- r!m. nut
lor practice in lanKee camp is not un-
bad Idea for the Yank Regulars to
.practice Inning eames and put a mod-.
, lcun) of p.pt.r thereinto If the worst I
, fon.M t0 lhe T;)rgt th, ,won(1 team i
Mck-icouM . airalnst th, Brooklyns.
K. nl .r.lr.t th. T?rVlvT,
Ihr lhn lh Vnlr mv.iuft thlnV lhv I
mort hits rang off the second team s
scantlings. Maybe this was because the
nln.e1 had Utr control
land hu th. opInc oftener.
, jjugglns kept the play going nine In-
; . .
4at1 rt tf9V nnf fn tha
well ror a while, dui siowea aown m tne
,,.., h aj .a, hlt for a double bv
: R!ce. a .riui. hy Blemlller. a trlolo by
Glelch and a single by O DouL o'Doui.
Ward. Meusel and Gelser bunched hits
on Qulnn In the seventh. Qulnn bluffed
at throwing the spit ball, but that's all
it was a bluff.
Both Rice and Gelser were bac with i
the second team with Jreusel on first. ,
Meusel pulled down a liner h one
hand. The only run off the Res"
as the outcome of singles by reck
and PIpp and a sacrlcce riy. flpp care-
islv took a lead off second when the
V . ,m m
doub.ed bv Hofmann s quicR return to
h, II vf. tlirn.'n fntn fno nlAlp A Tia v as
litnottAVi WMMt TrlTIlfTT"l irat
trived the Regulars of a good chance to
i ms..e another run or so.
Score by innings.
Regulars . . o '. 4 1 0 0 a 1 4 i
!aud team. . 0 : ( H ( ! ! i-llll
Iiitterite-Shore. Qsicn ir.d nannah; Shaw
key. Ttoraishlen rA Hofmrna JLf
Fewiter. Peck. I1p I. Bodle. Iltnaab, Gleicb.
O'Doul I. Ward 2. Meuf.1 2. GIr J. R-.
Bienlller. Hofraans. !TbtVe7. To mm
hiti Htnnah. Wtrd. P.It. Tarte bare hi'i
Glelch, Blemlller. Doable slt.i-O'Doul. Hot
rnaua. Biemiller and Ward ; Tbomiahlen. B.e
mir.r ad J,'ul Ermrt-Pio?. Pntt.
Glelfh. Meuel. Blcaillier. Thormr-hleTi HiU
03 Sh'r. T in fc-r innlnri: o.t Qulnn C in
flre iBpiast : off Sbtwicy. 1 In four liuucii,
oS Thonnihlen, - In are innir-U.
.'according to '.tte'ligence from C-V.l-
romla. Uuffy Lewis has biood p-ilzor.'.ng
in ki n ,m AnAth nlairr out there. '
if. I... t MX'Mranw th nlh.r h.i. tK
game trouble, and neither knows the
cause of the infection. LewU is ex-.
pected next week. j
Ruth made what Is known as a '
"mjckr" throw to-day when he heaved ;
to the wrong base and let ft runner ad-
vance who should have been 'held at
first. The "Babe" also mad a fine (
pickup of a hard ground ball and held j
It to a single. He Is fielding much bet
ter than he Is hitting. q
The new dead ball rule bids fair to
cause a deal of kicking. Down here
somebody yells "dead ball" every time
a pitched l3ll nlcka the hltter'a bat
Peck with one of his deft pickup
killed off Blemlller at home In the fourth
Inning. It was the first time a play has
been made at the plate.
The outfield Is rough and hard and I
ground balls skip away irom outiieiaers
mCTOItleatloB L, that May. and
x.tZ ni ,1. h nltMiln- .,-lnf
nmiw - - i
the Dodgers to-morrow.
The Yankee catchers hae a new cry.
"One away," instead of "one down," is
the slogan now when there's one out
Joe Keliey had a close decision to
mat. nn tVitrd when the hitter trier! tn
":r:.-w" . v-.. it- -.ii.VV"
out. and the decision was right, not-
Bireicn . tart. ,c ucu ..aiui
wlsiistanding the howls of grandstand:
- Th wa( from yjA
Peclc t0 Te
STOCK nF.AUV TO SIGN.
Bbowxsville, Tex., March 12. Third
Baseman MUton Stock, who has been
i,nWnnt tnwfav. notifi u.n.r
a nomoui. iu-vi HUVIUCU
holdout, to-day notified Manager
tenberg, secretary, it waa decided to
hold a rid. In Durland's shout April 1
and the annual spring ride to the Abbey
about May 1.
the New York National League cjub
base in a fast play. Manager Mcuraw umpiring.
Norman Ross Sets
New Swimming Mark
AVKtASD, New Zealand. March
1 Norman Ko. the Amert
can swimmer, to-day eatab
llihed a world's record for S60
metres, swimmlns the) distance in S
minute 412-5 seconds.
lie also swam 1W yards in CO sec
onds, equalling the New Zealand
REFORM OUTCRY ON
Disposition in Some Quarters
to (Prohibit AH Hough Sport
riy cn.inLns f. matiiiso.v.
According to n rpelal dispatch to the
Sew and New Yoek HnULO from Al
bany, friends of the Walker bill are ap-
rreher.xlve that the death of Milton
..,. , r.,.,mhi, roll, student.
, . fr(,m!!e iviiit with the eloves.
may rrvent th iasage of the measure
; "'''"f" 5. AS
L.T ::.".i.V .V VW. 7 virtim
; i was not hit with any force and that he
r-icu lu I u.ia ......
There Is apparently no reason why
this faUllty should have any effect on
the pawase of the Walker bllL The sup
porters f boxing never have claimed
that participant In bouts were not liable
to injury and even death, dangers which
jurround ever' known form of rough,
branch of sport In which a man is in
jured or fatally hurt wire to be abol
ished, Americans would soon richly
merit the appellation of "mollycoddles,"
a term that originated with the late CoL
Reformer seldom raise thMr voices
there ,re injurie. or deaths In cer
tain other branch's of sport, but as soon
as a boxer Is hurt there Is a howl of in
dignation from every reformer In the
If the accidental death of a boy en
gaged in a friendly bout with a college
'chum is sufficient ground for the aboil-,
., ho-rim- fhn th tfm u rlrw for 1
prohibition of ever' branch of sport
0v.r Corf's prformance as the
,. . . , , x,htn Wlllard and
. .. n.i.
. . ... . . . .
rreresmp or the wimeoiason aziair.
Pecord. according to chotographs of the :
contest, was filmed twenty feet away j
Wlii.r,i mlI1.e industriously
from Wlllard. counting industriously ,
v. hen the champion was down.
, Then at the close of the first round,
following seven 'knockdowns of Wlllard,
Fecord raised Dempses hand as thc'cilssed two lefu, but sent a right to the
winner, eeveral seconds after the bell rhln.
winner, several seconds after lhe bell '
had clanged for the close of the round. !
In fact Record showed conclusively that
he was not a big league referee, and
Wilde was entirely Justified In object-, i
ing to him. J
The fact of .Wllde weighing 106U I
pounds and Mason 106 4 pounds, for I
their bout in Toledo last nhrht, fur-
i F , . , - . . L . ... !..(. i
I champion Is the little fellow his ad-1
imlrers aiv.as have cUSmed for him,
Johnsy Ilsward, the Eayonn'
man. will lav aside hts nirhtstlck
Tdav and don th elove.s for n. bmit I
with Leo Houck at Charley Doesse-i
reek's Bayonne A. A. ,
Strangler Lewis insists that when he I
was defeated on points by Caddock two j
years ago he wa not permitted to use j
hia head lock. He d!e.'a he wilt ijm
it next Monday night in the Garden and .
win with it.
Kepori nas, it mat a coxing ma was
defeated In the Kentucky Legislature be -
cause it was proposed to appoint a
O'DOWD STOPS MAlinn.V.
DE.wrs, CoL, March 12. Mike O'Dowd ;
of 6t Paul, middleweight champion of
the world, to-night knocked out Tommy
i Madden of Brooklyn in the third round
! of a scheduled twelve round boue' here.
JACKSON-TEN DLKIt MATCH.
v.IUIe Jackson and Lew Tendler were
matched last night to box In Jersey
Aren." Jid ha tadtt.
manager oi ine rena. aaiane naa uie
tjgnazures oi o.-tn to a set or articles.
Kirt Ran-Flre furlongs: J year-old:
pure WO: Wifhlnt. JW: Whir. 1M; Roseate.
1; tChirovmt, U: tLlttle Pointer, 193; Jlc
tlon, 19J: Spues. W: VI Mur.or, v.t: 'As-
cutney. 1T0. A.p. waiters entry
bM.ii Rr Tlrm fnrlonrs? z.rr.nA in.l .
upward- cWminc: pnra sV .The Oleamer
n; Rea. wi: 'frank "urx. iai; 'iTccloui .
Jewel. 1M: Seaberh. IN: 'Hastr Cora. 107
BUnh DnntJton. 1B7; Martylou. 111. J.-jnei
C. lit; Jutland, 111.
Third Race Six furlonir thre-year-oWs
and upward: elalminr: parse Jov Mary Kitr
hu.b. t: 'Unwise. CblW. t; Mack Dawson,
lfl: Stiletto. 19: Topraer. 101. Ironhoy.
1M: 'Clip. 101: 'May 2Uuliby. Wl: 'Leoma.
1: Tranby, 114.
Fourth Race Six furlonxs: three-year-olds
and upward: claiming; purse, K00: 'Lowell,
101 ; 'El Coronl. 14i: "Bill Simmons. IN;
Snow Oueeti. 191; IJttls Cote. 1M; 'Planta
rede, 1M: 'Shasta. l7: Lxmppoit. 1M; De
lanc, 114; Klrx Worth. 1IL
Flf'h Rac Five and a half furlongs;
'free-rear-olda; elalminr: purs S400;
Picker and Stealer. ; 'He's a Bear, 1M;
Babylonin, 102; 'llush, lot; Ini-lrierator.
193; Ster.. IK: 'Spe-tarular "Irl. ICS;
l.ltl One, 14. 'iilur DiiJUy. IOC.
innabel!. 19: No-then Bell. Jte.
Sixth Rir llll and s slilnth: firer-resr.
old at id upward: elalminr: purs W- 'Eds
Hrrmann, l1: Galdepost. 104 1 'Natlr. Soil,
117; rrtoe's Fsror, 107: 'Front Roysl, 106) ;
Rojsltr. 1M; 'Royat, 1CI; WUdthjne, 111;
Frank Korh. lis. .
rnth nace Mil and three lxlnths
four-year-olds and upward: daimlnr: pur
W 'Altorn'r Mnlr. M; Slippry Sliver. ll;
Great Gull, IK; 'Woodthrusb, 191; Buck
nail. 1S: 'Ultl Nearer. 111.
Apprentice allowasc cUlmed.
at San Antonio, Tex., shows Eddie
WILDE WINS FROM
MAQIN ON P.INT
Flyweight Champion Defeats
Challenger in Bout at
Tolixk, Ohio. March 1 Jlmray
Wide, flyweight champion of the world,
to-night in the Coliseum A. C defeated
Frankle Mason, challenger for the title,
in an Interesting twelve round contest.
AUboujh Maton made a strong fight
apalnsi the champion, yet the superior
skill of the Briton gave him the victory
Neither man was knocked off his feet
during the encounter, and the only evi
dence of the battle was a bit of blood
that Wilde drew from Mason's lips in tne
There was a great crown
in attendance and the excitement was i
inunw. .... las bruised anl splintered, but was
Masn and Wilde weighed In ahnrOy back on V track b a Uv mlrMts
Mot i o clock to-day. Mason tipped . U Madden scored an easy victory
the beam at 1 4 pounds, one-half ln lhi. flftn ne exUteated himself from
pound under th weight required at . , a to1 poefeel on ,he MJ u and
o'clock. Wildes weight was 10'. without doing his best sped part the fin
llde was an S to 10 favorite , sh ,lne a Ieaph ,n tronV Fred HJI,
The boys were the mme height, S iet , A ,
:W Inches but d; reach , !
Inche.. as ' against , Inches for Mason.
u,r ""I Cr: 11 J
"Ijr-d rtr'l !n .hilHll.h!dJ
,J,lr r''"6":' ,
Smith was of the opinion that It
as a very Wen match, hut declared
n tte rule- of the commisslonahe was ,
i ,",. nr. th Jfnnr I
Mison stepp-d through the rop flrtlll the riders rode so slowly , several of
. if. t r ,t.i.. Mir. i,v wild them fell off their wheels. Dupuy won
r,h, va Kmith of Chte.ro. In .
WIMes corner were Benny WIlllamB of ; hlrd-Maslri won the ninth. Madden (was more than interesting. There was no profanity of any sort. Xobodv
England and Al Thompson of Cincinnati i j?nUh,?d f"0' ""J third place. pat on the clean polished floor of the hall. Novelties were a referee who
RoundOne Wilde knded the flr blow! in a cap, and the announcement of weights "with their street
a light .right to head, and followed with " , J"? ii!p 2 Jft clothes on."
. i.v. . .v.. v, M,un 1 Australian went to the front and had,
orttd with T right lo t T jaw. Wilde !
shot a left to the stomach and Mason
got ,Uo ba Wilde hooked a left to j
tZ'i TSr r,n m.v-.a a left '
.-.t l.hKt . 1.e fn aw. Wilde I
. iV-u. .... Y.
scored twice to the body In sharp fight-
inr. Mason missed a right cross.
right cross. but
xr.,i ith . nrH tft hruilt to the law.
Mason landed left and right to the head
land Wilde responded with two rights to
j the face Just as the gong ended the
pn.,n,i n, xvim. hard
;. .. .... , , ,, i
a atralght left, arter which tney
eimcheA Wilde labbed Mason's face
tHree times witl
t r,on h.rv
without return and thenfOnfw On
sent Mason back with right and left to)
'the head. Wilde landed a left on the
' law. and Mason scored with a right
(cross, forcln? wllde to the ropes. Wilde
Round Four Wilde sent a right to
'the Jaw and a left to the body, follow-,
ing with a left to Mason's face and a
right to the stomach. Wilde landed hard
rights to the body and Mason got over
a right cross and left hook. Wllde cov-
ered when Mason landed a hard left to
the head. Mason landed four hard lefts
to the Jaw without a return.
T . . T " I . . . f.,An 1 ,1 ,1 ,
rights and two hard lefts to Wilde's
iae. an-i zouv-r-rn wim nam ricni jnu :
left to far. A prlod of Infighting was '
even. Wilda sent a left and right to :
the face and a right to the body as the
Round SIt Wilde set a hot pace,
Mason showing great foot work. Wilde
Jabbed the Jaw and Mason tapped Wllde
three light lefts and missed a hard
right Wllde scored with a hard left to
the face, causing Mason to bleed at the
mouth. WiJdfc scared two light lefts to
Round Seven. Wllde scored with a
right to th body and landed a solid right
to the head. The Briton landed a
, uralght left and Mason countered with
I a right UPper cut Mason had the edge
, on harij infighting. Mason landed a hard
1 right to the head and Wllde sent a hard
(right to the head and a stiff Jab to
Round Eight Wllde continued to
force the fighting. Mason retreating.
Wllde sent over a dozen lefts, landing
nearly all of them. Wllde scored with
left and right. Mason countering to the
head. Wilde reached the face with
hard rights and lefts.
Round Nine Mason sJarted the round
atid scosed with a hard right to Jaw.
Wilde countering with left. In long
rarrre boxlnr Mason landed right and
then a left uppercut. Wllde scored with I
right and left to the head and Mason
I put a left to the Jaw. Wllde put a i
straight left to body, a left'to Mason's
head and missed two rights to the head. First Race-Purse KM: allowances: J year
Wo,.tt tti WIM nt a left tn the 'ods: four furlonf s. jl winkle Blue. 1(0; Lands
Round Ten Wllde sent a leit to ine Mld,un, unnlsn (formerly Pe-
Jaw, a left to body and a right to the loola), j: zjt Opener. iei: Omar K.. lit;
Jaw. He followed with left and right to Joe Goodman. 1W; Tenlte. 114; EllTer Sprlcgs,
'l - .' V. " 1. " ",.. " ..-v.. . -
.the body and a teft to the face. Mason I
iac. nasun luunwiuts tiiiii a, " -
lent ieft and right to face and forced ,
rnin. jiasun 4 cimniie. ujui uiu
righta and lefta la a hard clash as the
straight left and they Indulged in long
range boxlnr. Mason scored with right
to body. They stood toe to toe slugging,
'nln fa mnn i,niit th r nr
... J:"',.. 1L-..I. I
and sent him to the ropes with lefts. I
Mmn landed a atraieht left to face,
U-IU. n,t nr n" hri1 lff hoolr tn th I
Slason backwara. A Ilde s last blow was ,
the hardest of the flrht. I
Round Twelre Wllde sent Mason '
back with , Uft t? the head and landed I
x right to Masons chin. Mason held. m; Umbala. Ill: Little Cortate. :u;
Wllde landed two rights to the head. I iW.eroia, lit: I Balfre. 114.
forcing Mason backward. Alason landed Svnth Rae-rurs t: elslnlng: four
, -tv,, tviM.'y.ar-old and upward: mile and a sixteenth:
two lefts and then clinched. Wllde iit;t.,t y.,va: 'Shsmrock Grn. 104,
countered with right to face, ttllde .(irT!, Mint. 104: 'Brlrtler. 107: 'Jsm r.
landed left to chin. Mason clinching, Cummtnn. l7: 'Trklst. 1; Msr.r Gsltlo,
The gong rounded as thsy exchanged W" "Jmlr- lry. u., p. O.
light blows la mldrlng. TeVaSe. clalmel.
112,000 in Garden and After 0
o'Clock Only Scat Holders
ifcconi: at :
A. m. i::n
r.mlei ul Matin.
Krr ami Madden
ohorn and Kily. . .
Ilujire and Ppisea
Kaiser vd 11111. .. . .
ntHlter and Van Nek.
poy and Ilaaley
lane and Chapman 3,043
Hello o. MiriKU .... t.OO
ItowKer awl Bowhrr t.Ofo
llyron and Marker t.Oes)
leader. Kaalltt. Krcsrd. mi and
lii" '"jbaii aJI through the summer. But I was always heaving something or oiner.
1 Proflciencv In t h h Mined onlv bv throwing."
There were sprints galore fast night
1 In the six day Wke race In Madison
's.j Garden Beside, the ten offlclal
events, there were dotens of others, as
j a result of one team or another trying
j 19 iieai a jap.
Gus Lang and Georce Chapman, the
' Vew Jersey team, sUrted most of them.
They were lapped early yesterday morn
e"r?i , ta , S it Tlr Tc
'Rained blc marctns on the field, but on
'eah occasion their opponents proved
too jrrong for them and caught them
after a short chase.
As on all previous nights during the
week, the building waa crowded. It was
estimated that 1!,000 persons were pres
ent at 8 o'clock. After that hour only
those possessing tickets for seats were
Oscar Egg won the first officii event.
He won it by a few inches after a
thrilling finish with Alt Goullet, who
finished second. In the next sprint
Goullet turned the tables on the plucky
Belgian. He won tbe heat by a length.
Kgg was second and Kopsky third.
Willie Ilanley sprang a surprise In the
third. He outgeceralled and outrode his
opponents and won rather easily. Speis
sens wa second and Godivler third.
After a short rest Goullet came back
and sped off with the fourth. Dupuy
finished second ar.d Egg took third.
During this spris: Marcel Buysse
Plipped off the tracX tie Fourth ave
gjde . nr fa!, He
AJf nt Iook
chap ,a U)e eIxth Hfl ?pd t0 the front
a lap from home and reroa ned In com-
!mand to the end to win by two lengths.
'Kaiser took second points and Egg fin-
The next was captured by
Eddl. Madden, with Hanley
thd. ...... .
After a lot of Jockeying, during which
he eighth, with Egg second and Gouilet
iUttoUt, winning Kaiser got up
at the end and nosed out Egg for second
ihe end of the session Goullet and
vith Madden arc sec
1 1,1. 1 , . .... 1 1
during the session with 46. Kaiser and
. ""'.-"',""' "r.r.V' h
Kopsky sixth with 13S and Vannek and
Godlvler seventh with 109.
FAG END RACING ON
THE HAVANA TRACK
Home in Front.
Havana, March 12. Another veryi
ordinary card was run off at Oriental
rark tn-dav. and onlv on favoni iraa
Park to-day, and only one favorite was
able to get home in 'front The five
and a half furlong sprint, fifth on the
programme, attracted chief interest, and
it resulted in a victory for tbe second
choice. John, Jr., with Keymar second
and Helen Atkln third. Jockey Car
mody rode his usual winner by bringing
Harlock, the favorite, home in thi fourth
rv The results:
JiSL. ,V' f oVv,,",. ral. 7 T(wr.aV.
j to 2. 7 to 1 aod 7 to 10, nr.t-. DuulCU, IC3
(BsroeH, 5 to 2. erea and 1 to 2, second: Vlrjie
Jf,- M ipickw;). 4 to l. 8 to 5 sel 4 to 5.
tJjTzi llVri .to sal'
Son4 Rac. Purs PXO: thre-rear-olds and
npward; tit farktegs. Kenan, 107 (Trjoa), 3
tn l, to 5 aed S to 5. first: Priwe Bonero,
112 III. Gamer), 7 to 1, S to 2 and 8 to S.
csd; Balcer, 110 (Barnes). 3 to 1. 1 to 5 and
3 to S, third. Hoe, 1:14. Mae Morrlr, Gras
iet and Wilt Soon ali raa.
TSIrd Bar. Psrse J800; threjjssr-oMs asd
cpward; alt farloags. Martc aTTrror, 10$ (Me-C.-3;
. 3 to 1 0 to 3 and 3 to S. first: Tbe
fsob. ioa nri;v3), 2 to l, 4 s uJ z u 5.
second: Sophie K., 1M (Pickens), I to L to S
sn.f 3. to .V third. Tia. 1:13 4-5. Voleanios,
Trost Eeyal, Br'sr Fox, Fltsh of Steel, Parnom
and James !. also rsc.
Fotmh Race. Psrse WJ: three-year-olds sad
upward; ti and a half forlcnts. IlarloeV, 103
(Carta!;), i to 6. 7 to 10 aad 1 lu 3. Xlrit;
Atlon. 103 (Baraes). 3 to 1. to S and 3 to 5.
s)Dd; Eneore. 105 IPicltnil. 7 lo 2. 7 to 6
and 7 to 10, third. Time. 1:0(1 2-3. Donbthig
71os!i., Baalre. Golden Chsace, Hike Dixon
and Sky Mas also ran.
Fifth Rac. Pnrs. t; tbre-ye4rildj and
vpward: fin and a half farloa;s. John." Jr.,
103 (Plesens), 3 to 2. eren and 1 to 2, flnt:
Keymtr. 1M (Chtaretta), 4 1o 1. I to S and
4 to S, second: Helen Atkln, 103 (Barnes). 6 to
1. 5 to 2 and 6 to 5, third. Time, 1:08. Boater
Clark. Allah. Retterton, Sistar Seal and Blan
ehlta also ran.
Sixth Rs Parte I1": thre-year-e!ds and
rpward: milt and fifty yards. Koran, 102
rCMaTffta). 3 to 1. eten and eat, first; Dainty
r.,iT 103 (Carmodr). 8 to 6. 1 to 2 asd out.
wood: Hlrh Oesr. 103 (Wilson), 2 to 1. 4 to 3
and mt. third. Time, 1:43 1-3. Loeky Pearl
sad Taraseua also ran.
HEW ORLEANS ENTRIES.
"r . . .
S inward' flre and a half furiotus
c. sS'Valerle I J: Madras Gins-
- -, ... Veslna ill" Ner 112" Do. 1
lwtr Simpler. 1M. '
rear-olds and upward; air farlonts: 'Cobalt
Las. 100: Bonstelle. 197; Pallor, 191;
Trusty. Ill: Opportunity. 1.
Tnnrth Rice Purse 1T90: allowances: three-
...rnMi Bd USWira : SIX lorionta: U a-
mrv1 Girl. 10): Le Bluet. 1: Our Blrth-
pate. ill. .. .
nfih Itite-Four-Tf ar oldi and upward
prfi,.t m. "Franklin. 112.
.i,th Race Purs 1500; djiminr
year-olds and upward: mile and uleulli. ,
cvurtest. 110. b
A.V ANTO.VIO. Tex.. Jtsreh J2.
in the. r.mn of the GUnts art
,h f.- ra
raent. irnMi v...nuv'rhi4itv Malhewton. who Is in cbaxge of the pitchers,
usually asked for volunteers for the
recruits, and he did not always get
regarding the outlook for the development of a certain pitcher on yie squau
who had been Dralsed rather hlshly
"Well. I would not want to predict that he ever will become a star.
He does not llke work. Work. work, that Is the big essential for success
in pitching. It seems to me that the youngsters of this day do not want
to work as much as they should. When I came to the Giants and some
body asked me to warm up I did not know what he meant. I always was
ready because X always wss throwing a baseball. When I waa a kid in
1 1- actnrvv(M t iv.. .nn.Ki.tl. In th
t.-, ,h ,ift
I that when he broko into professional
niui MUM IS OJ a V wo. vv. ........
"I'rank Frisch batted thai way when he Joined the Giants." continued
Matty. "John McGraw worked him out of that bad style and he is making
great progress. It Is only ever so seldom that a cross handed hitter comes
Into the major leagues. I remember only one cross handed battr outside
of Frisch and he was a pitcher by the namo of Scott, who got a trial when
1 was manager of the Cincinnati club.
' "From 10 the Cincinnati papers carried stories of the great
" wai decided to send for the young man and to give him a trial. took
him East and he proved a big bust, for In addition to behig an Incurable
cross handed batter he was not even a pitcher. One day I asked him how
he had not his name Into the papers so often, and he remarked, quite seri
ously, 'Oh. I waa the correspondent for the Cincinnati papers la our town.
I wrote all those articles."
San Antonio Boasts Fine Municipal Golf Course.
San Antonio is quite likely to lead the country In the matter of munici
pal encouragement of sport. The city probably has the best rr-uniclpal
golf course In America at Brackenrldge Park. Jfow It is going to build
baseball fields throughout the city, and in addition it will build a polo Held,
the only city owned polo campus in the world now that the Van Cortlandt
Park field In New York has been abandoned by Squadron A. San Antonio
figures that if it has a polo field it will tfts able to attracjt somo of the players
who now go to California. It also figures on staging games for the cham
pionship of the Army Polo Association. q
Polo is quite a major attraction at Fort Sam Houston, Kelly Field
and other army posts near this city, and some stirring games are played
each Saturday and Sunday. What with the ball games at League Park,
the army baseball contests near the city, the polo games and the cocking
mains San Antonio has a varied sport programme each week.
Texans Worked Cp Over Performances of a Mexican Flyweight Boxer.
San Antonio boxing followers are quite worked up over the performances
of a Mexican flywelgh: by the name of Kid Pancho. The Kid Is only 15
years old. weighs( 105 pounds and is a student in the high school. Last
night he stopped a youngster by the name of Dolllngs from Fort Worth in
one round hi a contest which was
the most optimistic of
against a really experienced and clever boxer of his poundage, but if the
Kid Is wise he will keep clear of any such opposition until he has got at
least another half dozen fights "under his belt." Pancho Is a sturdy youngster
who appears to have a punch, but he is far from clever atid leaves himself
open for a fast left.
Various promoters from the bouts last night were stung from several
angles. Insofar as boxing technique was concerned they were dismal failures.
They were poor fights too. But to the man from New York the fact that
there were so many women, some of them well past the forty-five mark.
OPPORTUNITY WINS ,
HIS SEVENTH RACE,
Aged Campaigner Tinns Off
"With lafitte Tiirsc on
Nw Ohlxans, La., March II. A
cloud burst Just before the racing hour
kept down the attendance at Jefferson
Park this afternoon and materially af-
ttftA th nrorramme. Forty-two of the
. . . , . . .. ..j
original cignty-seven tuiwrna -jcviuicu
'the Issue, but despite the condition of 1
.,. -nt,awl ni.hll -i
n was maintained, six favorites and '
a well supported third choice earning
Opportunity scored his seventh victory
W. rhn h. onnt(i fnr th Tjlfltt
nurse, the feature of the card. Tbe aged t
campaigner assumed the lead at the ,
start, held sway through the middle .
stages, disposed of Huntman. his early
attendant, rounding the final turn, and 1
though forced to a drive had enough i
lift to withstand the challenge of the j -rr BUI Called Fernldottj.
light weighted Peccant In the final six-1 NEWARK, .v. J.. March It. Sportsmen
teent1- i Jn'onshout Essx connty are aroused by
' t"-1" ,cii,i,ii, t?,tn ri!v ro-,l In- . 'atroduetlsti In tlie Ijtljittars ir Ssa
Ti.e unrellab.c Sas.n ..nally tco.a In al. bilI .,5 whleh tnej. cnsr,ct,rU, M a
the fourth, when ae defeated the largest i psrnlclous measure. The bill is designed to
Ceid 6t the day. He saved ground at
the stretch turn and, overtaking the pace,
held Green Mint in the final drive.
Loch Leven won the baby race by ten
lengths after a fortunate start from
Mary Erb, Letty Ree and others, which
engaged In a stirring struggle for the
Redlanad.xat home In the mud, dom
inated throughout the sixth and held
Nnpthalua, Ben Hampson and other
tlnxton), 7 to 1. 5 to 2 and ( to S, second:
letty nee, 197 (Pierce), 7 to 1, i to ; and 4 to
J. third Time. 41 2-S.
Vera Twyford. Cmtehes, Fadint Star, Maadls
Wilson and Kathleen K. also ran.
SecoDd Hie Three-rear-old?: elalminr;
pars. fKO: Are and a half ftn-locts. Ra
xaxsa. 111 (Lyke). erea. 1 to S and ont, first:
Plain Bill. lt (Wida). 10 to L 1 to 1 and
( to (. second: Kirah. 104 (Heinlsch). 15 to 5,
even and 2 to 5. third. Time. l!4-5.
Valley Park Mtld, Cdooel- Mnrphy and Old
Slnne r also ran. i
Third Race Four-year-olds and cpward;
cUlmlm : purse. W: six f arlonxs Arrhie Alex
ander, 112 (Whlttlnrton), 4 to 1. 1 to S and 4
to . nrst: General. 119 Rodriae, 4 to I, I
to S ami 4 to , second: Titer Rose, 197 (IIop
klss). 7 to 2, T to i and 7 to 10, third. Time.
Lady Lens. Cock o' th Mam, Sammy Boy,
Gorbam, rropsgsnda and Pllsn also ran.
Fourth Baca rour-year-oldi and upward:
claiming: purse. 4f: one mile and a aix
teenth Saain. 11$ iWilllams). 11 to t. eres
and 1 to J. won: Green Mint. W (Morris).
W to 1. 4 to 1 end 2 to 1. second: Brynlt
mah, 111 (Zotllerl. 4 to 1. J to 2 and 7 to 19.
third. Time, 1:111-1. Silrery Shapiro. MJm
Kruter. Vindlctlie. Bronmr. Marls Bappold.
r ltn Kace innt jBmm uu upru;
S'MKVenetW is 10T
.4 to 1 and J t? 1. second: W
vmi. i i u ' I to is and 1 to I. third.
Tim. 1:51 Heavy Weapon. Hnntemann.
Speedster and Duke ol Lancaster alio ran.
entail nnrKjsitiun eaaiir Mile L., cuu. Li, commit. nir fn 11 t.T
rirst nace-Two-year-oWs; maiden M1S: ?'h" ??r?n?,l";,0I:,' institutions and assocla-
dalminc: pars. J9W: thre sad a half fur-. 'L0."'-!' hI? J.'k In,.th,.t 7"5r
lonff-Loch Leren. 1M (Elchcreek). ? to J, , iii-'? ?2'Vm ji. ' b 1!m""1 la
. T - --m a -r. vk ittrs.4. I ftiainc EAmft d ro lectio n.
I IO 3 IUjU i V IV. UI1. im-i J av- ssv- s
"JSSi"' bellered ,0 ha" "n "y
dalminr: purs. o: on mile and a six.
tantb Redland, 111, (Kennedy). 1 to 4, 1 to 1
apiuwiu9. jtf, tjirr;,
lu - Tn n,ihrk)
out. serono; uen iiamp-
a- - - (.Hiz-umtKi. jo in i. i in i ano
1 to 6. third. Time, llilJ-J. iwlniwla and
Phlllnlne also ran.
Stnlh Rac Foar-yar-old and npwanl:
.i.i,., nnn. IW nn mil anil vntv
yards Corson. Ill LtVi. to 5. : tn n
,iin..... ... 4 u n Ef-r'l-
and , 10 j. wan; Ki
ilnr II . 110 Oforris).
1 to 1. 4 to 1 and 2 to I. second: Borart,
!:: (Ri"1r"- 4 lo 1. I to S and 7 to 10.
1 nim. lime, j-i. uuinm, utir xuuaias.
Mils Sterling and Dr Levy alto ran.
BOSTON SCOrtES ON ICE.
PunuBrt.riliA, March 12. The Boston
A, A. hw!.ey team defeated the Quaker
City v(!n. lo to 2, at the Ice Palace
- WhUe. some of the younc pHrters
coming through m eausiaxiuw
somewhat backward in their develop-
games between the regulars and the
a response. When aske4 this evening
winter, atones in me iau uiu varo
to atvles in batting, and ft developed
baseball, at "tweniy a month and
billed for the flyweight championship
Pancho's friends want to see him go
HIGH WATER FOB LOCAL ANGLERS FOR THE WEEK END,
Sandy Hook Princess Jamaica Bay GoTercors WUI-ti Ne
(The Horseshoe) Bar Canart!e lataad Pola London
A.M. P.M. AM. rI. A.M. PJkl. A..M. p..I. AM. P.M. A-M. I'M
... 133 2OT 1 37 2:07 207 Jffl 2-23 4-S4 4-4:4 337 4.11
- 220 3:04 3Sn 3-05 3-52 315 4.-01 5i7 6:32 4.1 SOa
Antlers' Club Dinner March SI.
Tht Anrlera Club of New York expects to
ave the blggeit turnout In the history of
the club at Its March ! dinner, which
b held m the Advertising Club, 47
E": Twenty-dfth street at P. II.
Tl" principal speakers InSiud Dr.
Georgs Parker Holden. author of "Strsam
eraft, and Dan Beard, known to all out
aoorsmen. The Anglers Clab Is maklnr a drive for
membership In view of the fact that
eiitt home Is beng arranEed for where
'n'er niay meet for work and rlar,
.,":,ra!Int the propoted aetiTltiea of th
i hb jeiieraay a memher said:
,niri,hf5If clu! seeks to Instill th
.? .T?t.0t?0?rs and the art of
ne minaa or tne coming genera
tion, and proposes to organise a clan li
By -asUng for the Boy Scouts of America
in New Tork.
'An Invitation along these lines has been
forwarded to the Boy Scouts. It Is now
.anncu 10 iorm classes In th art of fiy cast
!? ""dr competent Instructors, of which
structlon and nrti A r,i.,.
the Anglers Club, located at the big lake
ial o!t West Seveaty-seventi
take the money collected from fishermen
and hunters as lloenso fess and place it In
uic naie general runn under the control
of the Appropriation Committee.
John Schwlnn. known from on end of
the Stat to the other for hts exceptional
fly casting ability. In discussing Senate bill
325. said yesterday:
Th bill. If pa.J. win take th- n;
which heretofore has ben used exclusively
to protct and propagate game and fish
In the State, and glso it to the Appropria
tion Committee fo deal oat is th mn-iit.
, tee may see fit. Should th members of
This Is the second time inch . hill h.
appeared In th legislature. Gor. Edge
waa Instrumental In having a measure of
this kind Introduced, but It so aroused
sportsmen throughout the State that It
went promptly to th legislative, burying
"It Is held by thos who hunt and fish
that the money which they par should only
b available for th purpos of keeping th
streams stocked with fish .nrt naHin. .v.
wild game against poachers and others
who have no regard for law or claan sport.
nereioior mis nsi oeea cone by the Game
Association Fills Long Felt Want. I
I should Ilk. to suggest to all f the 1
ties that thy Join th Southern New Tork '
Fish and Gam Association at one. Dues i
are SI a year, and may b snt with p.
plication to Melville C. Rosch, aecrttary. !
Wlt Plslns. . T. J
Th moner will be emended rn tnk!n
lakes, streams and covert. The associa
tion fills a long felt want and dessrves th
hearty support of all readers of Rod and
G1?' r PLUQ UCLY-
w York. March 1J.
Jersey Deer Killed by Trains.
dser were found dead alonr th. rv:: !
TTEI.ViriERF:- ?T .1 ltat. 1 ..-r, I
wanna and Pennsylvania railroads near
th Water Gap. The saver cold probably '
drove the deer from th mountains and I
No Mortgage an Theories of Casting.
I was surprlwd t not the acknowledgement
of "Swlt-h Rl" Ihrooxh his moatbpleee.Mr
A. Pil Jirqu., (Lat i;s theory of (h bol
la the air utileh wss paMlshed In roar worthr
column Febrnsry 23. IBIS. wM well ksowa
n er I first wt a line. I alwara gate credit
"Swltrh nel" for a deter 1-i-a. How the
' are sheltered!
!e'.l. Tfry theory go's lato th
when amtlr .m with mor merit irwin
Ifs Tally li 37 frl Vt ir-W, ,', .
fonnaace, Gcol for ita day, bat paste. Th.
world dos nor, erea thongh prnhlbllloa is
here to stay. I goess I really did wlih to call
my rh-try at nrst the path of molemlar
tltlly. hut derl4d that th aveau of molN-uiir
ctlvlty included all kind t paths and
that It was a batter name.
It stskes at snll. wha I see n atl bndi
man crylag for htlp. Her la "Switch Btl"
LOSES ONE GAME
A. J. Cordicr Starl.5 Slowly,
but Recovers His Speed in
Yale Club Hatch.
In his first match since winning V s
national amateur squash tennis char .
plonslilp, Auguste J, Cordler of the Ys'e
aub did not have to call on anythlrg
like his best speed at the Yale Club
yesterday. He played leisurely, so !!:
urely In fact that he dropped tot
cpenlng game of his first rourl
match In the club chanrplonshlp tn
II It. Hudson. The Utter, who has a
fair amount of speed and njuash tenn'
skill, was quick to take advantage cf
the opportunities aforded him and he
took tbe first game by hitting hard and
accurately, at 15 10.
Those In the gallery who saw vision
of a remarkable upset at that stage of
the match bad their fears dispelled very
soon after the opening of the second
game when the championed opened the
speed throttle wide and counted fn
aces In a few hands, at the same t!
preventing Mr. Hudson from scoring
any. Then he let up again ar.d Ms ci
poncnt managed to gather a t'.'al if '
points before Mr. Cordler placed th
pame to his credit at 1! 6. In the f nal
game the title holder depended aimer
entirely on a change of pace anl 1
without much trouble by a score cf
1 5 i .
His' failure to play at top speed aD
the time, as is his custom, appeared
throw Mr. Cordler off his stroke in t -early
part of the match. His control
was not of the best and Mr. Hudon
had him making errors off service frr
quently. The champion showed, how
ever, that any time he cared lo he ccuM
score aces easily and quickly.
Thirty-two players were drawn f"
play In the club championship, but only
four matches were decided In the open
Ttle Club Ssitb Tenl Oi!iN'!''i
Flnt nWB5 Stuye'tat Wlawriht dfi-M
T M. IIjt. IS-?. 11-4: K. O'Brien defi4
p' S. Waixer. -'.. li-19: C. 1 Msc!u.ri
defeated 1. WIlrr, 1J-12. 15-10: Aujjsne J
Corllr defeated K. It. Hadwa, 10-1S.
1V-4: R. T. Potter. U. It, Siero. D S. IUf
K. s. Ssltai and A. A. Gtmioell ca bj dt
"BOSTON A. A. SEVEN SCOKES.
Uefrata Qunker City Hockey Team,
1U Goal to -'.
Special M Tar Sex io Ni Yoxk Htiiir
intlLADEtPlliA, Pa.. March IS Tie
hockey team of the Boston A. A. over
whelmed the Quaker City feven hfe
to-r.lght by 10 goals to 1 The Nen
Englanders got the Jump on the Quak
ers in the early periods, leading 7 to o
at the end of the first. Downing and
Ravcroft were the stars, with three goals
each. Eddie HIII. the former New Ycr::
player, and Henrlgues prevented the
locals from being shut out when they
scored in the final period.
iu:nciiErt stops di.vo.v.
Charlie Beechr. tie New Yrk rev"
erwelght. last nit-.bt knocked ou". Frank'e
Dixon of Brooklyn in thirty-eight wc
cr.ds of the first round of a bout at the
West Hoboken A. C.
callln; lor help lo assail poor ae and ct new
theorir. orer which I hare worked so a..d!os
ly, and calling for "The Professor" to send c it
hL fsic-:s Malooe and McGlyna to smish ae
with tbetr bricks. H called upon the t'heer
fol Aoibors" to do their bit aM destroy me
Say, they were real cler. 1 like elererarfs
s2 I guess every on does, bat why call for
help when do one la toschlnf yon.
Com oa, "Switch Reel," pat on year bvt
and wade In and meet tae en th field of fs't
and sclestltle traths, bat please don't make
tee laugh and bold my aides as you try to split
I have only ort more theory to present.
Don't claim this one also as one pre
sented to yon by Mtthuseiih and biode.t
down by you aome agea ago In the dim
past. long btfor I wt a line or when I
started firs; to leant how to cas' .Don't
try to deceive as any longer Xo man
has a mortgage oa tha theories of tasting
and no man knows it alt
It's not jny fault that a new deit his
appeared in the storehouse of aprieia. k
reserve at Tinton Falls. I am sorry that
you took It so hard Really I am. and s
are many of th readers, for I heard .-
them wonder why you are so splffy and
so all Srd hot under th collar
ja all ard hot under th
; yar. r only wnt to Montelai
for a few days and am hack again sltttnc
on year doorstep, waltlnc fnr th nxt
x--. .o b -red GRAPE JUICE
nton Fal.-s Camp, March lr.
A FUherman's Litany.
rurrTu.5 hi!,MPUI Kb0 s5t down tMt
From all rU. bait.
i..-!!0:a aI1 rffls engineered by deck
nands. From all deckhand.
skimmer to a lick comrade.
Frcm the man who rolunteera lo teach
yea how to pUr a MB a(Sl
rrom thy man who nsea a four ounc
sinker while drifting.
From all tangle.
heads, dogfish, bergalls. ling, crabs. At
Irom all Sunday trips outalde In th
Good Lord, deliver us.
New York. March . ROCK TII.C
A'ks Way to Treat Fur of Sonlrrel.
What Is th proper way to treat th
. 5v grr siuirr2 or fox aftr skin
n,!15.,h animal? e. jiE.N'GES.
2?9 West 130th St.. March S.
BOD AND GUN.
1 f I J SUNDAY, 8 A. M FARMS.
. Vlir3.lQ3. leaves Martin's Dock,
, Sheepshead Bay.
' Capt. D. MARTIN and Capt. J. MARTIN
GUS WALZ BIoodworm. Split Bamboo,
Mounting Best re?nTae mdi kStSSSS&t
'7 M AT"-"r- :th Telf&RhT6.
HAND MADE RODS.
Bethabara. Grnheart. Lancwood. fit' no
Atats. Repairing done. Bloodworm',
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REINGOLD'S SPORTING GOODS FT- HE
121 .4- 123 Mh av.cor.14th st. Tel.Chelsei '
SEAWEEDS desire boat for coming eras"-'
capable of esrrvin ) er f par;r
send terms. ALBERT SCHNEIDER
K. For charter. Json 1529
ret aouadron. Berrn
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Blood and Handworms nl Sehehler's 21'
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Property suitable for high rlaas ker.re '
main automobile thoroughfare; S or ' w
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