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THE SUN 'AND NEW 'YORK HERALD, MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1920,
American Hockey Team Loses to Canada in Olympic Series at Antwerp NY. A. C. Winds Up Fine Shooting Season
AMERICA LOSES TO
. a Mvn
CANADA AT HOUrIsi
United Stutcs Olympic Team Is
Defeated nt Antwerp 2
Goals to 0.
FIHST HALF SCOKELESS
Dominion Qualifies to Contest
Final With Sweden, Con
ourror of France.
' Antwerp, April 23. Canada defeated
the United State, 2 tools to 0, In a
hard fought hotkey iranio to-night, and
to-morrow will meet Sweden In the
finals for the Olympic championship.
It was not until Into In' tho second
half that the Canadians were ablo to
ixore aKnlnst the Americana, who Btrovo
Valr.ly nil through th pnme to penetrate
Canada's defence. It was llchtnlnfi
hockey throughout, but the Americans
were outplayed. Tho Canadians expect
an easy victory, to-morrow In the flnul
JTrederlcksson penotrated tho Ameri
can defenco after a long Irkii? kat'
In tho tenth mlnuto of the second half
and scored, In tho fifteenth mlnuto
JOhanneson al scored.
, Both tho Canadian itoals were snot
from scrlmmnse and after hard playing.
Canada's forwards, Hailderson. Freder
Ickason and Goodwin, frequently took
tho disc from tho Americana by llght
Jilngllko tricks, only to lose It nualn a
second later to Conroy. Drury or
The heglnnlns: of the Bnme was con
Blderably delayed becauso of a dispute
over tho referee, flaron, a native Cana
dian, but an officer or the American
lied Crosa, who referred the afternoon
(fame, orlKlnally was selected to act as
refereo to-night. Tho Canadians nirreed
1o accept him only on condition that
he could he removed durlns tho game If
his work was considered unsatisfactory.
Oat, on refused to fccrve under the con
ditions Imposed 'by tho Canadian?, and
finally a Frenchman, Derauch, was
agreed on as a compromise.
Tho Ico Palace was packed with about
an equal division of rooters for the
foams. Many American oHlccrs wens
Bmontr the spectators.
Cnnniln VTInn the To..
Canada won tho toss and almost Im
mediately took the offensive, llonney
of nttsburs stopped the rubber at the
coal during the first two minutes of
play. Goheen shot hard for a coal n
moment later, nnd from then onward
during the first half It was a nip and
tuck exhibition, tho fast work and clev
erness of tho men of both teams brlne;
lns the pppctntors to their feet every
minute, McCormlek, tho American
right wine, tried hard several times for
a Ions drive from near tho ccntro of
the rink, but each tlmo his try was
The Swedish hockey team defeated the
French team this afternoon. Tho score
was Sweden France 0.
The Swedes were unable to score In the
first fifteen minutes of play but Immedi
ately thereafter mode two goals in
rapid Buccerolon. It wus tho same story
in the second half, tho Swedes scoring
their remaining two goals In the last
three minutes of play.
Tho Americans displayed considerable
disappointment over the awards In the
skating competitions for women last
night. An examination of the judges'
peores this morning showed that on the
total points made Miss Thereso Weld of
lloston, Mass., ihould have had second
place. Her total was R!8 points, against
MIbs Norm's 887 and Miss Tulln'B 913 Vj.
However, by the complicated award sys
tem used each Judge picked first, second
and third choices In addition to estimat
ing tho number of points scored and
Miss Weld was put third. Each of the
competing nations had a judgo except!
Nathaniel W. Nlles of Boston competed
In the school figure skating this morn
ing against ten of the best skaters In
the world, Including T'llrlch Salchow,
tho champion. Norway, Sweden and
England each had two entries and Italy,
Switzerland, Franco, Finland and
America ono each. The awards will bo
made after the freo skating contests,
which will probably bo decldod to-morrow.
SOUTH A Fill CANS ON TJIK WAY.
Capb Town, South Africa, April 25.
A majority of the South African ath
letes who will compete In tho Olympic
games at Antwerp sailed for Europe
for Havre de Grace
Firt Haeo-Two-jcar-olda; selling; lour and
n nan uiiuiiii.
I Index. wY
(107) Morn. Face... 113
120 Kir Mortimer. 104!
1M Voormel . . . lot
IS! Tlse .... 101
W 'Aunt Deda... 107
Vic Munoi... ji;
99 'nen.Ai'monte 1 '
SJ Tnlt u
in Hunter's ft.', lvl
ncconu nai.fi .ii amen mree-year-ola
ISryn Mawr; six furlonz:
Index. Wt I Index.
114 Haran . 11(1 111 Dumandel .
411 rrauc urt-ur. 1101 itrainnan .
Itoyal Jtrter.. US
133 Old Sinner.... 11
111 Yapbank .. 116
IU Dominican .. Ill
Mark West.... 116
73 nrtntnl I't. 1.1
IK IJberty Olrl... Ill
Olive Jame..1. Ill
3J9 Are of Ace.. 1H1 Midlan uj
vuupto .'n-c oi iix- ami luian a u. p.
Third Itc-Four.year-olds and upward
clalmlnt; six furlnnta:
Indtx. Wt.jlndex. vri
Assume . ... 114 1J7 .Ifnn!..-. r t,i
300 Ou Hcheer ... U7 ilT Tobalt La.., no
31 St. Qurntin
115 (!") Th. Hiimmy.. 107
lis 137 'Bro. MaeLean in
,w -uura i.oia
Tlroek lure: alx fiirlon?.!
Indtx. Wt. I Index.
1"L Pi inn TWir ml i' n.i ,
V. J'ee.Chairm'n 114 - Orltlwooil ...
HI Mock Orange. 1H lit Dun-andel ..
1M St. Allan Ill' 161 Tattle
K' lidy..I.!'n"1 m - Atelhua"..:;.'
nS'.1- , '0I 1W Vlrtlnla, I
rmipla Orl ft wood and Virginia i aa J
Viflh Ratc -Thrfe jear old and upward: the
HJS5.on"f.c" - IM'dH) Hcurry ....
JH'Wer l'unant. l ( star Realm
W 'HUP. Rim. . 115 (10-,, nubldlum .
t otm n Ilnnlfnr ti.t .- '
L. Hoh entry. "'" anl " J-
Sixth lUce-ThreeyearMji and upward
elilmlnt: one mile and wvtnty yards-3,n.x-,
;s i.i. ti. ::: 'i: :''".m i-m... io?
lw Hank O'Dar.. lisl it i
1S3 lluckboard .. 1ll u Waukes
133 Lord Herbert. 109IU40) Verity
111 Runny Hill . . W) 71 Harnlrnit
(65) Re.1 Domino . IOC (111) .fjo",, 5
Oceanna 95 ai... .n.iui.."
liVeh'ni-li!!' " 'frank Monroe 110
Seventh Itee Three-year-nlu. and upward
elalmlnr; cne mile and Mitevnth
1'x. Wt.Un-lex vi
112 Almlnb . . Ilf. HO I'eerlee .rin I'i
110-Refugee It -7 p,V D" o, Al
IM Kine Neolurc 111. iwj .jj lr Wad'" u
112 Paddy Dear 111 133 "E. Itaumanii Si
1 circulate . . 111 Don (Sifton i
",.,l11' "", 7 Cou.ln o- Mine JO)
ssf" ffi ,s' l "-!
1(2 Subahdar 19.11 Challenge im '
li MJ. Bradley Ml '" vn"""IC ,
Apprentice allnwanee elalmed,
Weather clear and cold; traek fast.
fj- sun and herald racing chart")
v ' "'" " "
IIAVIIU I1B tiltACK, April 84.
n im ... i.i...t. lk.i
llallot Slurry NlrM
, sood. Won drlvlur.
Index. Jlortn. Wt.
13 llaby Orand ...,...
li'7 Madeline Lillian...,.
113 Mammy o Mine
(l.'O) Iloiie Princess
, josh jo
(it) Moien Ill
111 nin.lv. lot!
Jlutuel palJ-Htor Voter, IJ, I5.ru, I
SS a lot 'oVlpeed from the,brek. but had to be bar. ridden to out.
fitter flii!fic4 with apicndld courare and was iradual j .nr JJJ
ellne Ulllan a forward contender all tho way. Some Baby eauenoJ
otar voter snowed a
last llnpy Grand. Latter
winner down, Madeline.
in last lurlunir. Culllnan Ilnlihed etronr.
Overweight Star Voter, 1; Some Baby,
' 'Vwner's-I. J. K. I.. Ross; 5, J. If. Louchlielm : 3. .1. D. Dunn: 4, Oreenli 'Stable!
it. It I'arr: c, K. Cebrlan: 7, J. A. Coburn: . J. Lmnadcn; 9, C. V, Carroll! W, J. w.
JO SECOND BACK For three-year-old and upward. Six furlong. Clalmlni. rure.
l- ll.SM.ll. Pout. 3:11. Off. :17. Time. 1 :15. Winner, b. . by y"
0ma. Owner, J, It, HKINKEH. Trjlner, W. A. DurtHcheil. Start rood. Von
Index. Horw. Wt. I'l'. Kt. i i
(tJi) Hack llay 110 S 5 1 1
10 Kl Mahdt 115 4 t 3 S'W
Hllbnhdir HS 7 4 2 V
ill Itellrlnier IIS t 7 6
111" Holland 115 I U 7 4
1M 'Hello Pardner.... 100 3 11 10 a
151 M'hedoden 113 S 3 fi 7
10) Kewrwn 110 IS 1 4
lattic JiauJia no c i: 8 9
1?9 Eautern Olnw.... pm I! It 11 10
S7 'Mlsi Sterling... Ul'.i 3 15 14 H
91 Tlrer Ihuc ICS II 9 12
5 f'hallrnrrr ir, 11 10 13
i ill Acvomni 103 13 J k h .
Happr !o L 115 W
Muttie'a palrt Ilaeh Day
it, 11.50. M.W: F.I
n mil... i.i. ti.i.i rom ih hn.nk
lt furlonr. El Mah.il clesftf with ruh and would have won in f"0"'";, 'J;
Subahdar u.ed up followh'c the pac" Happy Co Lucky ran nwny a mile before tlie Hen.
Scricln-d-Drkhnnd, Headman. Itlddle.
Ovcrwrlzht I'h'doclen, t; I'hollenirpr. 4; Fall Aoromnll. J: Ml Rterllny, im.
Owner-l. J. n. sklnker: 3. G. Miller: 3. J. W. Murphr; 4. E. K. Dryaon: 5. 1'. J.
MIIm: 9, K Dunham; 7, J. O. Majen; I. W.
E. 1.UH: 13. J, llobertioni 13, u, tv. vampocn; 11, anuinyianu owum , . -1
( !) THIRD RACK. For three-year-old and upward. Six furlong-. The Climax Hindi'
liQ cap. Il,t09.61 adde.1. Port, 3:45. Off, 3:. Time. I't3 1-5. Winner, ch. v, . by
Star Shoot-Lady Sterlln. Owner, J. K. L. 110SS. Trainer, II. O. Bedwell.
Start ifood. won enxlly.
T...T.. wt mi l' l 1.'.
iin q p Tint-tnt. .is ? ii in
(94) 'Milkmaid . ... 1J3 7 3 l '
131' TlrJillnh 103 1 2 SV4 2l
116 Fruit Cake .... Ill 4 1 ! 3
Dlvemloir .... inn 3 fi 4 6
Charlie I.'ydcr 103 C 7 6 6 6
Panoply 106 5 5 Loat rider
Mutnel paid-Sir Barton (!toi entry). 13.30. $3.00. 3.S0; Tlckllfh, I3.S0.
Sir narton et tart pare all the way and wa under s lfht rertr.ilnt tnojl of trip.
Milkmaid wa taken back off the pare ilrrt half. She finlihod rtrong Tlckliah went a
bit wide cnterinj liomertretch. Panoply wa ?nln- to the front with a ruih when
addl, ullppnl at five furlonr polo and he lort her rider.
Scratched Rapid Traveler. . ., , ..,. v.,tt .
Ownirs-1 and 2. J. K. I Io: 3, R. E. Watkln; 4, A, K. Macomber; 5, J. J. O Mai
ler? . Mm. J. Arthur; 7. H. P. Whitney. '
FOURTH RACE For tliree-ycar-old and upward. Tin ureie mre. one , mue.
Purse, tl.KW.ei. Port, 4:13. Off. Time. t:S 1-5. Winner, eh. h., 6. by Star
Shoot-Irtily In lllue. Owner, A. K. MACOMBKR. Trainer, L. Oarth. Start good.
Index. Hora. Wt. PP,
' Star Master.. 114 2
(1101 Dllly Kelly... 117 5
116' War Pennmt 1"H 3
117 Cromwell .... 112 6
10: Clean Oone... 107 4
t Bondare 100 1
130 Tranilate .... 102 7
MmMl.'paTd-Stir Maater. (.). IM-?,: Kelly (entry). J5.10.li.10.
Schutttnrer took Star MaMer back of! th" pace and waited until rounrtlnr the ftr
turn before maklmr hi move. Fourht It out with Billy Kelly all l?rt furlonr. Latter
aaved ground enterinr homeslreteh. whero winner went to outside. War Pennant eet last
oarly pace, but itnpped alter golnx six furlonj.
Scratched WPdalr. , ......
OTerwelfht-Wr Pennant, tm Bonitare. i; Tranlle. 4. M,-.
Owner-!. A. K Macomber; 2. J. K. L Hn.; j, J. K. L. Itos: 4, Mr. C. K. Moore;
S, J. Far rail. Jr. : e. Mra. J. Arthur II. Marshall.
1 K FIFTH HACK For three-year-olda. Tho Cbesapeake Stakes. One mile and seven
10 ty yani,. ,soon ndde.1. Post. 4:53. Off. 4:55. T1me 1-45 1.5. Winner, ch. c.. 3,
by Superman-Frank's Daughter. Owner, W. S. MURRAY. Trainer, N. K. Deal.
st.art romi. v on c everiy.
Index. Horne. Wt.
124 'Sandy Deal .. 112
(124) Pnul Jone .. 114
- Wlldalr HI 1
(103) maae lit 4
121' Klnr Thrush.. Ill 3
lit' 'Oallaaher W S
- Blue Wra-k ..122 6
Mutuels pld-Sanl.v Beal (Murray entry) , 1&7.SS, JlS.fO, 14 50; Paul Jone (Parr entry),
12.70. 12.20: Wlldalr. 11.50. , ,
Sandy Bell trailed the leader' to stretch li"n. where he wn taken to out'ldfi; fin
I'bed rtoutlx and shook off opposition last fifty yard. Paul Jone. 5 kfen factor en
tire trip, saved ground nil the way: outlasted Wlldalr In final drive. letter carried
King Thrush alonr at a faat pace and bore out little entering homertretcli. Blaiea wa
staggering at flnl'h.
Rcratched-t'pet. John P. Grier, St. Allan.
Overwelglit Sandy Heal, 4.
Owner-1. W. S. Murray: :, R. Parr; 3, II. P. Whitney; 4, R. Parr; 5. J. K. L. Roa;
6, W. S. Murray: 7. A. II. Diaz.
SIXTH RACE For three-year-olds and upward. Claiming. One mile and a lx
teenth Pur, J1.5O0.61. Post. 5:32. Off, 5:27. Time, 1:47. Winner, b. g., 4, by
Orplment-Solliena Owner, 3UN.NYLAND STABLE. Trainer. It. A. Smith.
euri -nAit Wnii rfrlvlnr
M Irish Kls ... ...
1J0 War Maehlne....
S Crystal Fonl ....
121 Soldat de Verdun
12" My Dear
109 'Sea Queen
101 Hank O'Day ....
. 106 3
. WW 4
x'f ,m,U.u nslu-Trlsh Kiss. K 30. 13 M. 12.60
tj.i. L-i.. in h.nit until fttrnl?htened out
drive. War Machine weakened after getting to Crystal
made too much use of aolng to front. Closed blf gap'
My Dear was kleked while at tne ."psi. ,,...
Scrntched-Bolster, The Desert. War Smoke. Canso, Queen Blonde, Frank Monroe,
overweignt war .nir.i-iunr. j-i.
Owner-1. Snnnvland Stable: 3. F. D We
Peiernn . R Ooodloo: 7. F. Musanle; !, J.
11, W. J. Preas.
SEVENTH RACE For four-year-olds
l.t09. Post. 5-57. Off, 5:53. Time.
Vmlnnla. owner ann trainer, o.iiiii. smn uoa. nun un.ius.
Index. Horse. . Wt. Pi', si. J;
126" cap tai uny .. n" ' ' e,
113 Oreat Oull .... Ill It 5 ; '.
112 Willdo 11 " ?' '
Ml Tnm Brook .. 101 12 4 T a
(125) Woodthrush .
(77) Waterproof ...
lt Ml" Filley ..,
119 'Sky Pilot . .
131 Capt. Hndre.. IM
112 'Lelnter 10S
n. .ii. eii. imA nff the nam until roundlnr turn into homestretch, where he moved
tin and wearing Oreat Cull down got up In final etrides. Great Oull weakened right at
end. WllMo outlasted Tom Bryok. . . - ,
qrratched Alma B.. Ben Hamnsnn, Keiiah, Dalrose.
nwnert-t.91 Smith; 2. Mrs. C. K. Moore; 3. II. B. Holmes; 4. H. Roseacher; 6. O,
W Forman; 6. C. Smith; 7, U. Goodloe; S, W. II. Port; 9, E. K. Bryjon; 10, Mr. R. L.
Dressier; It. P. J.. Mile! 12. J. Bartolomeo.
LEADS BIG FIELD
Solomon Silverstcin Wins the
Swedish-American A. C.
Chase of 0 Miles.
From a Held of ninety-seven hifh class
harriers olomon fillverstein 01 mc
Olencoe A. C, won tho elirht mile han
dicap road run of the Swedish-American
A. C. decided over tho Prospect rark
course In Urooklyn yesterday.
The merit f Bllverateln's pcrform
nnco may be Judged from the fact that
he covered the dlrtancc in 45 minutes
S3 aecond, exclusive of his handicap of
six mtnuteg. Thin Is the third beat tlmo
yet returned by a runner over this lonx
The ouLstandlnc feature of tho event
wns tho xensatlonal performance of
Williar '.iHola. Flnnlah-Amerlcan A. C
the Interaectlonal Athletic Ia(rue road
run champion of the city. Itltola raced
away from scratch with Max Hohland,
Pauliat A. C. Tho pair alloted handi
caps rariRlntr as hlitli ai 7 minutes 30
eeconds. which Is equivalent to approxi
mately one and a half mile In distance.
Itltola showed his speed by finishing
In thirty-fourth position In tho actual
effort of IJ minute 10 fecondA Roh
land had to Rive up the BtrURgle after
ono circuit of the four tnilo course
owing to lllueaf.
T:ie team nrlic went to the I'aulist
A. C. with a total of ZS polntu, ittnl the
novice prlrcs to Arthur Sand, Atoriiln?
pldc A. C, and Henry I.arsen, Swedish
American A. C.
The Hurnniary :
Pos. Name and Club M 5. m s!
1 Sol Sllversteln. G!enem. A.. (1 s m 1-. u
;-V. 1;. Jaenjon. Ainna Clui), .. 7 15
30. Coste o. Paullit A. C
l-J. Brooks. Mohawk A. C.
,. I 41
WeutUcr clear track lt
Pni 4trn.riDtr.nl1il. Vmi And A half fllT
r'om , mmc. oIhjE. wiimeV. ch. c.,.by
II. O. Uedwrll, Mart
Vx Fin, Jockey,
m I Saiule ....
3 Hi 31
, IS J
B. Falor IW-l
. ..;,. . .r"'.v".v'M; in;. Timin. n.w.
!ti; Madeline IJlllan. 1; Hope PrlnceM. 1V4:
Vln. Jnrkpr. 't.
in Zoeller M
3",4 Kiimmcr ..
Mahdi. JI3 10, J.4'1: siinalinar.
iinrl ilri'W away on lwki'tretch, nut nreu in
L. Oliver; . .Mri. J. Arthur U. "
Bi Pin .Tnr-lii.7. M. J J. no.
Fin. Jockey. St.
l'H Kummer H-20
ii l1 numnier
3 McAtee ....
D Manran ....
ti Kiehrreek .
i. x in,
Fin. Joekey. St.
1'U llntwell 439-10
2'4 Sthnttinger '. 19-20
3H E Hayne.
4 Kummer ..
St. PI. Sh.
33-20 3 4 3-10
42-5 23-10 l-l
ICS 7-5 3-4
4-.i 41 2-1
33-1 1V1 e-t
57-1 S0-1 15-1
1M 5-1 5-3
11-1 4-1 M
31-1 15-1 6-1
60-1 20-1 10-1
1"4 Morrl ..
T. .1 arris
War Mchlns. 16 60. 14; Crystal Ford, 13 50.
In home siretcli. nnlsned stoutly under
Ford in last furlonr. Latter
on outside rounding first turn.
r; 3. Xoreme
Kennedy; 9, H.
Sh3W, 5. O.
P. L. Short;
and upward. One mile and a quarter, purse,
3:091 - 3. Winner, br. g by Robbie Kean
51 -4 9-3
6- 2 51-20
7- 5 3-5
5- 2 6-5
f 1 3-1
6- 5 3-3
Great Gull. 127.50. Ill: Willdo. $7.10.
Golf Ball for Game
fecial fa Tun St:.v and Nbw Yokic IICRALn.
IIITB SULPIIUK 8PKINU8,
W. Va., April 23. A new
sorting- clement developed
In the game of golf yesterday when
William L. McKce and Walter Fred
erlck Watters of Boston were play
ing a match. Both players had made
their approaches to tho second green
when two bird doga romped forth
from the woods near by. The pointer
made for Mr. McKce's new golf ball
as though it were game and car
ried It off to the woods. Golfers and
caddies went in hot pursuit, hut tha
dogs made their getaway and soon
were out of sight.
5 J. Goff. St. Christopher Club. IN 45 58
6 II. Bemstein, Brooklyn A. A. C 45 47 46
7 J. Wtnerg, unattached 7 13 43 18
8 K. Walsh, Paulist A. C 45 41 19
9 0. PhlUlpson, Pastime A. C. 7 IS 48 23
10 L. Miloftky, unattached 7 00 4 10
11-C. A. Holl, Mohawk A. C 6 30 47 (t
12- W. Johanning, unattached.... 7 15 48 U
13 M. Tea. Gleneoe A. C 8 45 48 36
14- G. Kirkwood. Paulist A. C... 7 15 43 03
15 B. Segreto. Mornlngttdn A. C. 5 00 47 00
Other contestant who finished were:
J. MiCormlek, Paulist A. C. (7M6), 49:2ls
M. Pusso, St. Anselm'a A. C. (6:15), 41:23;
E Lehman, Momlnsrsida A. C. (6:00), 48:17;
M.. Edelman. Paatlme A. C. (7:15), 49:33;
E. Mueller. Brooklyn A. C. (7:151, 49:39; P.
Centrell, Mornlngslde A. C. (7:00), 49:31; S.
Ktoley. Mornlngslde A. C. (7:15), 49:49: J.
Giorgio. Paulist A. C. (6:30), 49:07; C. Ben
son, Swedish-American A. C. (7:16), 4):5i;
T Birch. St. nselm'a A. C. (7:30), 50:18,
W. Boal:, Jlohawk A. C. (7:00), 49:49; T.
Travale'ia. Mohawk A. C. (.1:30), 46:20; P.
HeMit. Glencon A. C. (7:15). Mill; A. Sandi.
Morningcldo A O. (7:30), 6:31; V. Noppa,
Plnntth-American A. C. (5:30), 4!:H; II.
Lalno. Finish-American A. C. (7:00), M:03;
J. Ehsrman, Momingsida A, C. (7:15), 10:23;
It. Larseti, Swedlsr-Amerlcan A. C. (7:J0),
M;u; W. Rltola, Klnnlsh-Amerlran A. C.
scratch. 41:1: A. Kosklnen. FlnnUh-Amert.
ran A. C. (7:15), 50:; J. Serino, Paulist A.
C 7:15). W-JI.
Team Competltion-Pullst A. C.. 1, 4. 7, 3.
15; total. 3 point; Mornlngslde A, C.. 8, 10.
11. II. 19: tots). 61; Mohawk A. C. 2, 6. II,
11, 28: total. 71: Brooklyn A. A 3, 12, 19,
3). 33; total, 107; Paatlmo A. C, 6, II, 23
11, 36; tot), IM; Finnish-American A. C to
21. 21. 21. 28: total. 114; Swedish-American A
C, 16. 22, 27, 31, 31: lotah 150,
A. L. BURNS TOPS
FIELD AT TRAPS
leads Closing Sunday Shoot of
N. Y. A. 0. With Scoro
of 97 Clays.
SEASON PRIZES AWARDED
II. L. Spotts Takes High Gnn
Honors, While It. B. Sloan
Uy making ono straight run and miss
ing; only'once In each of his other three
25 bird strings A. U nurns managed to
nnnex tho high gun honors in the last
Sunday club shoot which tho New York
Athletic Club will hold this season. A
'straight run tho last tlmo up brought
Martin MoVoy, Jr., within one point of
Dunn, hut McVoy had to rest content
with tho leg on the Buermeyer trophy,
with a concluding spurt of ii kills out
of Ms last 60. K. i Williams won the
high handicap prlre.
Dclng the end ot tho month and the
end of tho season, a profusion of trophies
fell to be awnrded. For April the Tourn
ament cup (pll to A. I. Ilennett, F. W.
Klnch annexed tho nyronell trophy, H.
E. l'tircell that donated, by the presi
dent, and .the Lyon prlzo went to J. I.
llrlatol. McVoy'H4Jdldnotdo him a bit
of good, for, ns It turned out, II. L. Ken
nedy proved to have the greater num
ber of leg?, and so took down tho Buer
Kor tho Sunday shoots throughout tho
season the veteran gunner It. U Spotts
was found to have rolled up tho grentest
number of successes from scratch, while
th honors of the handicap division fell
to It. B. Sloan. Each had led the field
four times between November and April,
The trophy offered for the contestant
making the highest total In any Sunday
shoot throughout tho season wont to T.
II. Lawror.cn, after it shootoff with two
others, who, llko himself, had at one
time or another brought down all but
two of tho 10 clay blrd9. Another prize,
given for the shooter making tho long
est run between February and April, was
won by W. W, Peabody, with a total of
as kills In a row.
Next Saturday the New Tork Ath
letic Club will hold Its shoot for the
club title, when both Saturday and Sun
day regulars will come together to de
termine whare the talent ready lies. The
competition will Iwgln at 12:30 sharp.
A. U )lunn....O 21 0 25 0 24 0 21 97 0 7
C. A. Brown.... 0 21 2 25
88 ft 93
73- 20 M
no o so
M- - 92
S 10 9S
96 0 M
84 3 92
- 6- n
0 9 99
XI- 0- 7
S3 8 97
ta- a 97
80 0 SO
93- 0- 93
93- 0- 93
M 0 85
84- 0 31
S7- 6 9.1
72- 6 77
S3- 0- 82
91 0 91
87- 9- 96
M 6 91
74- 15- 89
81- 16 97
75- 20- 98
81- 10- 91
82- 14- 'A
19 - 96
88 IS 100
I S. M'L'chln 0 21
R. R. DehVhr 1 21
3. C. Weston.... 6 22
W. II. Ogden....0 21
A. E. Alh'rtn..l 21
.1 S. Van'drvr.l 23
R. B. Sloan 0 22
11. ltehtt 0 24
M. M'Vov, Jr..0 23
W. Bauer 2 23
R. S. Smltli....! 20
1 23 1 24
0 21 0 20
1 23 2 21
0 24 0 24
2 24 J 21
1 24 0 21
J. W. Derrick..! 2S 2 25
J. Klda 3 23 2 23
Donnelly,... 0 21 0 26
nowlnnit. ..0 22
I.. Kennedy. 0 19
B. Knight.. 1 24
Olllespte 0 17
W. Finch.... t 21
I. Bradley.. 0 22
II. Dennis.. C 26
I Spott,...0 22
. Wnght...o u
K. Curtis.... 0 21
I., Culver. ...0 la
B. Cole... 1 21
I. Br'mlnbrg 1 19
Turner 0 19
E. I). And'rn..O 22 '0 25
II. J. Tblelman.l 24 2 25
T.' II. Lawr'no 0 21 0 24
(i. J. Corhett...O 21 0 23
M. H'uknsn.2 21 2 20
T. Williams 2 25 2 25
A. Slcbcrt ..2 25 1 21
P. Bennett..! 25 1 25
M. Iloblltt. .4 23 4 24
w. Decker.. 3 24
S. Wing....M 25
E. Pureell-.S 13
M'Ollnn 5 25
Graves. Jr. .2 21
Gilchrist.... 6 25
I. Bristol....! 20
W. (?. Allen.... 0 2.1
It. C. Black.... 5 23
M. Gotschl 0 11
IN CYCLE RACE
Defeats Eaton in Straight
Heats at Newark.
Frank Kramer defeated Itay Eaton In
two straight heats of a mile bicycle
match race at the Velodrome In New
ark yostsrday, and accomplished it In
a decisive manner. Kramer rodo Eaton
from In front In the first heat and beat
Mm, with daylight between them. In
the second heat ho rode around Eaton
on tho last turn, and with a great
sprint In tho homo stretch nipped him
nt the tape. Kramer has not been
beaten In n match race this season.
It was the second time ho had beaten
Eaton, wnlle he also scored a victory
over Arthur Spencer. The summaries:
One Mire, Norlce, Amateur Won by George
Volpe; John Otto, second; Ralph Sanger, third.
Voliw was disqualified for baring already won
bis norlce, Time, 2:30.
One Mllr. Handicap. I'mfessional-Won hy
Alfred Goullet (scratch); Joseph Kopsky (125
yard), second; Thorn Smith (115 yards),
third; Thonia Oriram (133 yards),-' fonrth;
William Keller (70 yarjls), fifth. Time,
Hilt itlte. Handicap. Amateur Woo by
Anthony Youna- (scratch); AI Krushel, New
York A. 0. 150 yards), second; Michael de
Orlo (ft) yards), third; Thomas Plttslmmon
(7.1 yards), fourth. Time, no eeconds.
One Mile Team Match Race, Professional
Won by Harry Kaiser and George Chapman:
(lus Laog and WUllam Hanley, w-oond. First
heat Won by Kaiser. Time, 2:45 3-5: last
one-eighth mile, 12 4-5 aeconds. Second heat
Won by Kaiser. Time, 2:41 1-5; last one
eighth mile, 12 3-5 seconds.
Two Mile Invitation, Professional-Won by
Fred Hill; John Bedell, second: Peter Drobtch,
William Ooburu and Jacob Matin tied for third.
Time, 4:03 24.
Two Mile Paced Match Usee, Professional
(Oscar Kg ts. Reginald MeNamarar Won by
Kgg. Pint heat-Won by Bui. Time, 4:28 2-3.
Second heat Won by Egg. Time, 4:351.5.
One Mllo Match Usee, ProfesslonalHFrank
L. Kramer t. Itaymcnd Baton) Won fcy
Kramer. Flrt heat Won by Kramer. Time,
2:48 2 5: last nne-elghth mile, 12 1.5 second.
Fecond heat Won by Kramer. Time, 2:49 2-3;
last one-eighth mile, 2 2-3 seconds.
One Mile Class II InTltatlon, Amateur-Won
hy Henry Kelly: Frank Henderson, second;
Joseph Rent, third; Louis Illban, fourth. Time.
Flie Mile Open, Profeslonsl Won by Alfred
Goullet: Oscar Ks. second; Fred Hill, third;
Raymond Fitton, fourth; Gus I J tig, fifth.
Time. 10:.'.S 14.
Three Mile Open AinMeur Won by Carl
Ilambacher; Kdward Bendl. econd: Anthony
Young, third; IXivId Lands, fourth. Time,
One Mile Consolation, Professional Won hy
I.lord Thoma: Menu nedeH, second: Fred
Weber, third; Percy Lawrence, fourth; Edward
Byron, fifth. Time. 2:14.
GAME K.ND8 IN NEAR IUOT.
HcDiANArous, Ind., April 25. A near
riot waa caused here to-day when Um
pire Finneran forfeited the second game
ot a double header between Louisville
and Indianapolis of the American Asso
ciation to Louisville. Louisville scored
pix runs In the seventh Inning and tlie
Indianapolis club was apparently making j
no euurt iu reuro us opponents wnen
fans began throwing cushions on the
field. Special details of police had to be
called to restoro order.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
"' TlcSsESI IIORSES1 "
Twenty horses, HO upward. MUTUAL
rjOOFIKO. ISO iSilton it.. Brooklyn. Pres. I
JpectHUi... . I
HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS
IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT
Coptrto-M, 1920, 6v TAe Stm-HemM Oor)orao.
NEW YORK Is to havo a boxing law niter all ana tno very iaw i
which true friends of the cport had abandoned hope Only tho slg;
nntiirn nt flnv flmlth la rftnulrcrt in mnkn this Walker mCafiU.rO d
Jaw and permit fifteen round bouts
sign the bill la certain. He always has been a friend of boxlnsr, but at
times nan been somewhat backward about making, his attitude public. How
ever, now that tho Assembly, by a voto
of tho Senate and paased tho Walker
option. Political exigencies and voto
measure aomo wceka ago, but political exigencies of another naturo arose
to rovlvo tho bill. Theeo developed the support of Speaker Sweet, to whom
thanks are due, for had he given tho word to kill the bill In committee or
to report some other and far less satisfactory measuro H would have been
But tho storm of protest which struck Albany when It becamo Known
that the Walker bill had been shelved mado the Speaker soo tho light. Tho
Drofewiloiia element then cot behind tho Cllllett bill, which provided for
boxing only In armories, and not always undor tho supervision of military
organizations. It looked as If men who masquerado as frlcnda of boxing
would triumph and push through this bit of seemingly beneficial but really
vicious legislation, which would havo opened up a wide avenuo for graft
and Irregularities of tho kind which killed boxing hero In tho dayo of the
Frawley law, But again public sentiment won the day. Speaker Sweet
was given to understand In no uncertain terms that Now York wanted
boxing back and that the Walker bill was tho only ono of tho four Intro
duced at Albany which was satisfactory to the best element In tho sport.
So It is the Walker law which we will have. Thanks aro duo to till tnoso
who voted for the measure, but particularly to MUa Margaret Smith of
Now York and Dr. Elizabeth Van R.
the Assembly who voted for the bill
malo associates in tho house.
Xow Will Como the Hardest Fight of All.
Tlio legislative fight has betn won; Now will como a harder and sterner
battlo for thoso who support boxing becauso of their lovo for tho virile
sport and not for what they can pet out of It In a financial way. If boxlni;
Is killed again It will ko for years and years. It Is peculiarly a profes
sional sport and as such attracts without question a certain nercontace of
undesirables both in tho ring and In tho promoting end. There Is no
reason why thoso cannot bo forced to obey tho law or put out of business.
Under tho Walker law, which provides for a licensing commltteo In addi
tion to a commission of three men, we feel that men who stand high In the
Army, Navy and Civilian Board of lloxlng Control and the International
Sporting Club will have considerable to say In tho administration of affairs.
It was this "menace" which a certain professional element fought when It
fought tho Walker bill. Wo feel confident that boxing In New York has hit
the high road at last, and that It will prove successful and uniformly clean.
Fifteen round lights will mako It possible to arrive at truo conclusions,
especially ns-regards tH& relative merits of champions and contenders. And
decisions will force boxers to give tho best that Is In them. Tho passage
of tho Walker bill means a complete triumph for the best element among
those who wnnted boxing back, as well ns for true sport. Now for eternal
vigilance In our guard over what wo have won.
Yale Has a liemarkahle Varsity Crew.
Yale has a whale of a varsity crow. We reached that decision last
Saturday evening when wo watched the Ells row to victory over Columbia
in .their two mllo race on the Housatonlc. For the Blue it was the second
triumph of the season, as It already had beaten Pennsylvania on tho Quakers'
homo courso on the Schuylkill. Yalo not only beat Columbia all the way
but, aided by a strong current, it bettered its own record for the course and
set the standard at 10 -minutes 7 2-5 seconds. Columbia was second, but
't was far from disgraced, for it was timed In 10 minutes 13 seconds, and
amo moro than three seconds Insldo tho old mark.
It la a bit too early to arrive at definite conclusions as regards the
probable standing of the various crows when tho season is done. But Yalo's
showing was sufficient to engender among its adherents the feeling that
they havo a crew which will make it two straight over Harvard at New
London In June. Yalo showed that It has tho material, splendid technique,
power, fine racing Judgment, stamina and speed. It was right on edge for
tho race. It Is possible that the crow Just escaped iroinir stale, for oven
before the victory Guy Nickails, the
contest they would break training for ten days. That is a rather unusual
procedure for a crew at this tlmo of tho year.
Columbia was at a disadvantage as It rowed ngainst a crew which
already had scored a victory. Jim Rico's pupils rowed tho cleanest race
which we have seen a Blue and White eight show previous to the Pough
kcepsio regatta. There was none of tho slugging which caused nice
so much anguish at tho Chllds cup raco at Princeton last spring. The
Columbia watermanship was every bit as clean as that nf Tn! hnr h
Ells got moro drive hito their pull without rowing a lilghcr beat. Columbia
snouiu congratulate itself on having rowed, even If only to defeat, for In
tho last analysis it Is better to row and lose than not to row at all.
Columbia's ;unlor crew, though tho lightest yet put out on Mornlngsldo
Heights, proved a strong, game and aggressive bunch. It made a great
rally and picked up half a length In tho last quarter mile, finishing only
half a length behind tho EH seconds. If only for that rally alono It was a
great day for Columbia, even In defeat.
First RacePurse, IfOO; claiming; for three-year-olds
and up; six furlongs. 'Inmilry, 08:
lady Mount Joy, 101; Marrln May, 100; Lady
In Black, 100: I.fgolal, 112: Opportunity, H2i
Puiluj, 112; Billy Joe, 112; Port Light. 112;
Spearlene, 114; Trust, 117; Alrord, 117.
Second Race - Purse, 1700; for two-year-old
maiden fillies; four furlong: Bettlna. 115:
Qnlck View, 112; All In lllack, 112: May
t lower, 112; Hon lirlette, 112: John t'mraa,
uj: Anuntia, 112; nsrapnioe, 112; Tawasentha.
112: Orchestra. 112.
Third Race rnree. I8O0; the Cmthlnns: fn
four-year-old and up: one mile: Marcheea 2d.
Dellco, Wd'j Saniof Pleasure' 100; Docod, 109;
U.i trie coca. iut: iroittis, iuu.
Fourth Hsee-Pnrs. 81.000: the Frankfort! for
three-year-olds; on mil and a slateenth: Peace
Frnnant. iui: uennarona, iuu; TAnllto, 100;
ROD AND GUN NEWS
niQH WATER. FOR LOCAL ANGLERS FROM APRIL 23 TO APRIL 29
naiujjr noon j-nncrai Jamaica uay uovemors tt met v.
(The Horseshoe) Bay
A rut 30,..,,
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
.. 1:30 2:31 1:33 2:39
.. 3:33 3:31 3:38 3:30
3:31 4 30 3:30 4:31
April 39 4:43 3:10 4:30 631 330
one hourttol' tirta b0Te Ubl8 U Bu,em
niackflahlng la Improving Ootslde.
They are catching more blackflsh outside a
the season progreMe and some big fellows
bato been takeu on the firms and the saves
teen fathom bank. "Fishing Around New
York" say of blacktUh; "They ar bottom
feeders and like wy deep water. They tay
ctoaa to U10 feeding riltcts, tearing the bar
nacle, borer and other abell growth away
with sharp tugglug nips. Tbero I no fishing
where It Is more Important to drop the halt
Into exacUy tho right place. A corapara
tlmlr small natch of mussels, rocks or wreck
age may be crowded with blackflsh while
tha bottom for acre around will not hare any
fish. Therefore a few feet will often make
1! th difference between a good catch of
Gah and none. Oft shore the blackfljh prob
ahly arerago 3 pounds, but many weighing
from 0 to 8 are taken on almost every trip
ot tho party boats, and occasionally a flsb
weighing 10 pound or more Is cacgnt. Th
lararnt recorded weighed a lilt! Ins thsn
23 rounds, niackflth have a curlouj habit
of lying on bottom on tuttr sides, or even
lying head down a some hole In the rocks Just
large enough ta hold them.
In April and May, while tha spawning
time lasts, bunchea of btaokflah. (ticking
closely together, will swim In great circles
on the surface with their backa out of the
water. Generally these bunches consist
mostly of mala fish following a few femalea
or only on. Thty will not bite when thy
are thus playing on th surfa.ee. So far aa
known, blackflsh do not migrate but hi
bernate In very cold weolier. going Into
mud. rock crevice or wrecks. All the
tackle must bo strong. The downward
surge of even a two pound blackflsh Is
surprisingly powerful and whenever the
fLaning ground Is at all rough the fish
must ba kept away from bottom or from
the apllea or rocks by main strength or,
they will tangle the lint or pull It against',
tha knltellka barnaclts. Tha mouth of a
blackflsh la amall and the thick tough
lip are drawn tightly over the- flat teeth.
Therefore tha hook must bt comparatively
(letting Heady for Hay FIhlng.
Fred Iloegtl of Canarala I back In the
land ot the living after a winter In Florida.
He aaya he had eicslltnt flailing down
then and landed 118 aaiiflah, including th
largest one taken on the east coast and
that h had the rood luck to ba In the
boat when the largest bonito of tha Ma
son wa landed. Mr. Ulanchard ot New
York flshad with Hostel and he took a
fish known locally aa a "marlln." They
are brutal fighter and only a amall per
centage of ihra are captursd. Boegol Is
getting his fleet of beats rady tor the
weakflah season, which usually starts la
Jamaica iKy abeut Dscorstlon Day. II
to decisions. That tho Governor will
of 91 to 46, has louowoa wo csuhipic
bill tho Governor has practically no
trading all but Jtlllod tho wamer
Gilletto of Schenectady, memuers. or.
and put to ahamo forty-six of their
coach, told his men that after the
tltereagller, 10!); ITeary Weapon, 100; Hood
wink, 100; The Swimmer, 112: Prince Pal.
2:r G"Hy. 112. tOlfford A. Cochran entry!
Mfth Race-Pnrsc, IFOO; the Spring Station;
IT. two-year-olds; four furlong: Undine,
107: tKt. Michael. 110; Win Or Quit, 110
Laster Side. 110: Be Sure, HO: Orra!er Amer
ica, 110; tPhllanderer, 110; Bungalreck, 112;
Centimeter, 112; Hen Val.t. 112; Vorln, 115;
'"i1," i1'"''' "8. !. X, CVchran entry.
Slith naco-Pure, 1700; claiming; for three-year-old
and up; six furlongs: BarenSa.
02; Sherry. 07: Frank F., 102; Upleebusb. I02t
I.iuey. ion; Waterford. H3; Lady Kathrrln
113; II. t!. Andenwi. 110; 'Lovl. "10
TJ!pl,ir-,il,flis?part,lfr.Vi,"UDn,t of ""o"'
shire. IIS. Also eligible: Finis, 07; Madras
Gingham. Ill: Bhont wny, 102: Spectacular
J't. 07; Htimma, 118; Little 0., 118. "u";u,Jr
n,tt iiowoee claimed.
Setenth Race Purse. 1800: claiming; f0nr-year-old
and tp: one mile. Bond, 10S: Jmi
tcnlse. 10S: Ked Strt, 10: TWn. Jr.. 11.V
Alexander, 113; J. C. 8ton. 113; Neg, 113; Tom
tt-anarate) Island Point London
Af. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
2:33 3:11 2:20 30 5:34 0:30 3:2S 4-0i
8:31 4:13 330 4:12 fl:S 70 V34 fi-fli
4:34 R:M 4:31 R:09 siu i.m H J
0:01 6:30 3:37 8.01 8:3t 0:3b o-jS
"t'ndard time. For daylight saving time add
I optimistic as alwaya and expects the
wenkflsh to show up plentifully and on
time. At prceent some of tho boat are
making dally Sounder trips In the bay and
tha catches are running about the same
r last seaaon. The fah, however, are
anld to bo larger than they were last year
BOD AND GUN.
Madeline S. & Ssi V .
Morrl. E. 138th SU "'arPnS rl'l'.'' n?
MornlngIde 1375. Ca?L f LvnvJ"-
r - M, ........ Pv, ounaays.
A. JI. Dally except Monday
cod and nLACKnsn.
Wave Sheapahead Day dally, T:S0 A t
Bunday. 7. capt. if. osbomj '
FISH mounted on oak panel, artistic .,i.
Mounted blrda. animal., rimV headi r
aale. M. J. HOFIANN.'TVxId rml,t ill
eavyfa rnr Am w . -
" mono iitunwlck BJ00,
"'" M. Flounders- 1 VtiT.n'
P. BELMONT .il,r. .
1M1UKA " ""ion. wrack Larf
,d"lyr.V" Sunday. ?o
r .,, " UMAN,
leaven CUion i it. Tne,., Thum. A
own. o a. jit. riounaer. Tel.Xew
town o.w-j. ;api. HTOLHn.
D C I.MMTiY "?.. eicent Mon..
.v. - ma. M. S,inday.7A. f
ELMAR 1arfa Sheep.head llay at 7T10
A. M. Capt. OUH n A IT
AMERICA il"'-Vj!naT- ? Dunnes
oneepahead Bay. J. UlchaaL
M0T0EB0ATS, LAUNCHES, TC.
MOTOn boat, swd for work or flhlni, win
'Doolcy' Explains U. S. G. A.
Botlccnco in Connection
With Team Going: Abroad.
Ily KKHR, N. rKTIUE.
"I see by the pa-a-pors," eald Hennca
ey, "that your Unci Samuel In wndlng
' a team ot goolfer-rs abr-r-oad to lick
, thlm Br-r-ltlahers."
"S-s-shl" returned Dooley, as he put
an indox linger to his lips and cast nn
apprehensive glance toward the key'
hole. "Not bo loud, Hlnnlssey. They'll
maybe overhoar ye, Ye'r a frlnd uv
mine, and bo I'll tell ye. But, mind ye,
not a wor-r-d to anny othor mother's
son. It's a snycrlt, or, at least, was mint
I to be, and would have boon but for the
lndlecr-r-nlshun of a pr-r-ommont coolf
er-r in ewengo wno wr-r-oto a ietier-r
10 u innu in iNew iiaven, wno, again.
was lndlcr-r-ate enough to print It.
"It's this way. In 1903 the Oxfoor-r-d
and Ca-a-mbrldgo goolf team comes
ovor-r hero and tjets licked, and owr-r
since then they hlv been hollerln' : 'Come
on over-r hero to otir coor-r-se, and we'll
thrlm yo, Why don't ye come over? Is
It that yo're ofr-r-ald?
"It kind uv got your Undo Samuel's
gnat, Ilinnlssoy, so ho decldod to light
the Br-r-ltishers on their own links. Hut
ho didn't mean for you nor ma to know
It Just yot. He was keepln It for u sur-r
prise. Ho was to wr-r-ap up ever-r-y
man of tha team In a separate balo of
hay, fir elao send each one over In a
whiskey cask or somethln' of the soort,
and whin the Br-r-itlBhers gathered
r-round to seo -what was comln' oft our-r
bhovs was to lumn r-rlcht un br-r-nn
dlahln' thrlr-r niblicks and hollerln' at
the top uv their lungs:
" 'Whuroo, ye spalpeens ! Who's
afr-r-ald to fight? We're hero to lick ye
agin! Who's afr-r-ald uv Oxfoor-r-d
and Ca-a-mbrUgo?" "
"A gr-r-and Idea," eald Hennessey.
"And well worth keepln' a saycrlt. And
who did ye say was r-rcsponslble for the
"The U. S. G. A."
"And that stands "
"For tho 'Ush-S-s-sh Goolf Assozla
shun." (With apologies.)
Arclilo M. Androws, New Tork banker
and yachtsman, has Incorporated the
Pasadena Oolf Club, ot Pasadena, Cal.
and with his associates will open the
biggest golf course In America at the
California resort and will attempt to
make Pasadena tho golf capital of
.Work has bton started on throe 18
hole golf courses at the Pasadena club
and the. services of five professionals
aro said to have been secured for tho
aenFon of 1920-1021.
Mr. Andrews, who lives at tho Hotel
Majestic when In New York, Is owner
of the yacht Sachem and U prominent
In amateur athletics. He Is a former
Chicago nowsboy who at the age of 40
nasi become a multt-mlllionaire. lie has
won several golf prizes In California.
The new golf club house will coet
$200,000 and the membership will bo re
stricted to a limited number.
TANDEM CHESS AT nROOKfcYN.
Lieut. F. K. Perkins and Alfred
Schroedor gave an exhibition of tandem
simultaneous play at the rooms of tho
Broqklyn Chess Club against thirty op
pcrcnts, making a score of nineteen
wins, live losses and nix drawn games,
or n total of 21', to 8. Columbia's
champion, M. A. Schaplro ; Rafael Mora,
B. Forsberg, C. Anderson and H. Kabat
sky were the winners, and the draws
were scored by W. M. de Vlsser, A. W.
Parker, O. Prink, Jr.. H. Nauer, II. F.
Plumer and S. Ka,ta.
CHESS EXPERT UNDEFEATED.
Fifteen members of the Brooklyn In
tt'tute Chess Club opposed A. Kiipchtk,
the New York State chess champion, In
his exhibition of simultaneous play at
the Brooklyn Academy of Music, but not
one was ablo to win from the expert,
who, noxt to Capablanca and Marshall,
is one ot the fastest players In the coun.
try. Kupchlk finished In short order
with a score of 1I(J, Benjamin Buss of
the City Colleeo chess team succeeded In
drawing his game and won a prize for
value their Pierce-Arrows no less because they
have owned and driven them many years.
The Pierce-Arrows on the floor of this exchange
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plus a careful overhauling by factory experts, a
new finish and an up-to-date equipment.
Late model Pierce-Arrows only mechani
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BOXING BILL .SAVED
Supporters of Measure Misled
Opponents by Admissions
Tlr CHARLES F. MATHISO.V.
With tho passage of the Walker box
Ins bill, which aa soon aa It is signed
by Jov. Bmith will assure the proper
regulation of tho sport, there has come
to tho surface the story of how the op
ponents of the measuro were otttgen
ornllod by tho supporters of the hill.
Immediately followlne tho passage of
tho Walker bill by tho Senate there was
formed a powerful combination bent on
the defeat of tho measure. Then It was
that the advocates of tho bill resorted
to strategy to disarm tho opposition.
Announcement was made that the pro
posed boxing legislation was practically
dead, and that strong Influences had
been brought to bear to defeat tlie bill.
The most ardent supporters of the meas
ure went on record with th, idmlsslon
that the bill had been burled In Assem
bly committee, and that hope of it bolus
reported out had vanished.
Senator Walker declared that owing
to tho hostility aroused to his bill ha
would not mako any effort to havo It
reported from committee, and sorrowing
friends were Invited to attend tho ohso
qules. With victory conceded to them tha
opponents of Jho bill relaxed their efforts
and tho advocates of the measure qulotly
redoubled tholr activities.
At tha final session on Saturday last
a potltlon signed by 743 clergymen
urging1 the passage of the bill was pre
sented In tho Assembly, and this had a
marked effect on the Solons.
"Opponents of tho Walker bill fre
quently asserted that If the llccnso
commltteo feature wero withdrawn the
measuro could be passed. Tlie sponsors
of tho measure, knowing that the
license committee was the backbone of
the bill, refused to ellmlnato It, nnd It
remains a part of the act
As tho boxing rules ot tne Army. iavy
and Civilian Board of Boxing Control
aro to be put In force under the bill,
nnd as a License Committee will be a
powerful factor In keeping clean the
sport, the organiser's of the Board of
Control and the International Sporting
Club havo reason to feel gratified. They
were the men who In conjunction with
Senator Walker drew up the bill, and
the bright proBPecto for clean, honest
boxing In this State are due almost en
tlrely to their able and untirlnir efforts,
Tho hardest battlo engaged In by Kid
Lewis alnco ills arrival In England was
with a welter named Kid Doyle of
Llverpopl. The contest took place in the
Liverpool Stadium April 5, and while
Lewis won by a knockout In the elev
enth round, tho Briton gave him a hard
tussle. The eleventh had Just opened
when Doyle rushed forward to a clinch.
whereupon Lewis brought off a snort
right uppercut which sent Doyle to his
knees for eight.
Ho rose very groggy and at once
clinched. Lewis repeated the punish
ment, and again Doyle dropped, det-
t ng un at six he gripped Lewis round
tho waist, holding on blindly while Lewis
punched away on the ribs and face, and
Just aa Doyle waa collapsing altogether
the refereo Intervened simultaneously
with a towel from Doyle's corner.
The announcor In introducing Lewis
referred to him as coming from Amer
ica, and ha handlers protested against
It and requested a correction to th.
effect that he hailed from London
This was refused, and when Lewis came,
to the centro for final Instructions hi
was greeted by tho spectators with v
cry of "Fall In." This was a delicate
reminder to Lewis that he left England,
lor Amorlca just at tho breaking out ol
The examplo set by the formation of
the International fiportlnjf Club has
spread all about tho country. Newark
caught the fever, and the result Is the
formation of the Newark Athletic Club,
which already has 3,000 members and
has purchased a site for a twelve story
clubhouRo ot 14 Park place, Newark,
to cost 533,000. Tne new Club will give
an entertainment noxt Wednesday nlaht
nt the Palace Ballrooms, Newark. Tho
board cf governors Includes some of tho
most representative citizens of Newark.
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