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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1920.
Pell and Mortimer Meet
GOULD AND WEAR IN
Bent Roberts and Bromley in
National Doubles Cham
TELL AND MORTIMER WIN
Triumph Over Frclinghuyscn
mul Gutting: on Philadel
PnaAOXWiiiA, Jan. 30, New York
and Philadelphia teams remain tn tlio
final round of tho nntlonnl racquet
double champ onnh n. J. V. wear mm
Jay Gould, representing the Philadelphia
rtarquet Club, and Clarence, C. l'ell and
Blnnloy Mortimer of Cs'cw York' won
their matches horo to-day and will meet
to-morrow far tho title, which Is held by
0, H. Drooko nnd Mr. Wear.
Wear nnd Gould worked their, way to
tho finals to-day by defeating Cnuner
Itoberts and Charles Bromley of the
rhlladolphla contingent In four straight
Karnes. Pell and Mortimer eliminated
Frederick Frellnirhuyscn and nobcrt P,
Cutting, also of tho metropolis, In four
It was tho first time these teanis havo
' ever mot Pell and Mortimer are former
national doublos champions, having
lifted tho title In 1916. The 1016 cham
pionship went to Lawrence Watertmry
and J. C. Watertmry.
This la tho first year Wear and Gould
Jiava paired together. While tho New
Yorkers havo tho advantago of having
played ns a team for n long time tho
rhlladelphlans aro expected to glvo tho
Gotham exnerts a hard fight for pro
Another Inrirn nnd nnnreelatlvo trailer!'
watched the play to-day. Both courts
wero In operation. Wear and Gould had
a mucn easier umo ui it una wan ca
pcqtcd, as Roberts and Bromley had
;nade a particularly flno showing the
day bofore. Roberts played n very fine
irTame, but Bromley was off form nnd
their team work at times was decidedly
ragged. Wear and Oould syrpnssod In
t .service nnd their team work was much
Improved. They scored early and often
end the first game was over beforo Hob
erts and Bromley got going.
Gould and Wear kept up their fine
work In tho second game, nnd while
there was an Improvement In the play held by tho club last night over an up
of Roberts and his partner It was not town course In the vicinity of the club
enough to withstand the flno play of house. Ho had an allowance of flvo mln
thelr opponents. , "tes. Mat Tea, n scratch man. took the
Tho third game wn easy for doubles fast tlmo rrlzo with a mark of 26 mln
champlon nnd his partner and It looked utes and 40 seconds. This equals tho
ns If Roberts and Bromley were going course record,
to be beaten very decisively. Roberts
nnd Bromley got going In the fourth
Eamc, and'tvhlle the final score was 16 H
In favor of Gould and Wear they played n
real good game. Gould nnd Wear had
entirely too much oxperlcnco for them.
Roberts learned tho game at Malvern
Bchool In England and has the beautiful
form that characterizes tho play of the
Krlgllsh schoolboy. Ho had not played
for seven years until this winter.
,ln.l hlo hrllllnn, nla,.lnv
MLitl twniiiiu ...o w. ....-.. v ...n.
and wltn Jay uoum it maao a nappy
and consistent combination. Wear has
won tho national doubles title with two
different partners. In 1914 ho paired
with Dwlght F. Davis of St, Louis, donor
of tho Davis tennis cup, and In 1017 had
George H. Brooke of Thlladelphla ns a
partner. Brooke was on the side lines
to-day. suffering from a weak ankle.
The defeat of Frellnghuyson and Cut
ting by Fell and Mortimer did not provo
a great surprise to tho spectators.
Frellnghuysen s regular partner, Jlntirico
Ilecksher, Is 111 with Influenza and the
calr which played against Fell nnd Mor-
timer yesterday have not had very much
or an opportunity 10 piaj logciner as a
Both Pell nnd Mortimer were In rare
rood form and they started off with a
rush. Their opponents got stronger
.li .nnl-i BurniMnt? pnffl, lint nf nr
tlmo In tho four games was the result
In doubt Pell and his partner not only
served splendidly, but as a team they
worked to great advantage Tho sum
maries: National Racquets Doubles Champion
ship, Seml-flnal Hound Joseph W. Wear
and Jay Gculd, Philadelphia Racquet
Club, defeated Cramer Roberta and
Charles Bromley. Philadelphia Racquet
Club, 166, 16 S. 156, 1614.
Clarence C. Pell and Stanley Mortimer,
New York, defeated Frederick Frellng
huyaen and Robert P. Cutting, New York,
15 S. 167, 16 , 15 8.
IN SQUASH TOURNEY
J. H. Eicliards of Harvard De
feats Ynlo Club Tlaycr in
21 championship for the squash tennis
rmlntet of tho Tale Club on Thursday
v JL R. Stern suffered elimination In the
class B Individual tournament M the
Tale Club yesterday when ha fell be
fore J. IL Richards of Harvard. The
scores were 15 6, 15 12. As on
Thursday against Tomes, tho Ell player
fought a strenuous battle, but It avalljd
him less than It did tho day before. ,
Ttlcharda took the first camo through
a i-nmhlnnllon of his own ability and
Stern's ovcreagerncss. During this
contest tho Yalo man rushed the ball
much too hard for any success. In tho
second game, howevor, Stern settled his
game wonaenuuy ana ioukiii wuiiuiui
on almost even terms. Tho Crimson
Mnl.Bl.nl wnti nvr headed. thoULTh.
and finished on
the right side ot a
Jbh 12 score.
0 Beaten ln the class h team race
Harvard seems In n fair way to avenge
Itself In the Individual tournament.
Tlio Crimson now has threo men left
Jn tho running, against two for Yalo
and two for Columbia. Seller Is th?
only Montclalr player who Is still In
Harvard's other two -winners yester
day were A. H. Tomes and F. R. 'Whit
lock. Tomes defeated R. V. Mahon of
Columbia, 156, 159. and Whltlock
lowered tho colors of Basil Van Gcr
beg, the Squash, Club contestant, 10 13,
Yalo gained nn tinexnected foothold
In tho tournament when. William Adams.
Jr., scored over E. C. Olds of the' Prince
ton club. The. count wns IS 13. 15 11.
brilliant rush carried the Yale player
to victory In tho first game after the
score had been deadlocked at 13 all.
In the second game it was tho same.
The efforts of the Princeton players
vwere entirely futile against the daeli
. Ins work of the EH contestant Adams
had tasted victory, and was not to be
denied the final triumph.
I J. Doyle, who progressed to the
third tound without ever appearing at
the Yale Club, was not so successful
ycaierday when ho was scheduled to
meet Fr.ank Seller. Seller was present,
as none of Doyle's other opponents had
ricen, and scored over tho latter by default.
GOOD RACE IN CUBA
Despite Bad Ride He Leads
IIavana, Cuba, Jan. 30, Hreaklng
slowly and poorly handled throughout
tlio three furlong Panhandler, p. eon of
Peter Pnn-Aurolt, itamped himself na a
Batno younsater when ho got up to win
tlio lint raco at Oriental Park to-day.
Ho was the fnvorlto and should have
won off by himself, but the' por ride
he recelvod at tlio hands of daman cost
him a lot of ground. The lad permitted
tho colt to run all over the track. In
thn final furlonir ho took lilm to the out
side, whero with clear sailing, Panhand
ler closed with a rush and won by a
nose. Little Pointer was second, a
noso In front of Dorothy. The threo fur
longs wero run over a very bad track
In 37 4-0. Tho summaries:
First Hare Tune, IM0; twooear-olda,
furlongs; Panhandler, 112 (tlargan),
2- to fi Slut 1 tn K tint. I.lltln.
JKtf .iritM-'oi) (Murray) : to 1.
an.l ! lo c, third, Time, 0:37 4-3,
Pillx Jl. nnJ Illooiulniloii alto ran.
I'lonter, in U'orpy), 5 to 2, even and 1 to 2.
4 to o
I ', ,c, ;,,. fn ..... .,t
.upward! claludng. Vive and a half furlongs
I Iron llr.i, 107 avcy), 3 to 1, to 5 and 3 to 5.
: ?! I''1". j;ucnno.hr), J- to S ami
0 I''tVk wip!
,,r, (.liver. Acclamation, Sophia K. Fljlne
.Part, Venetian llojr, rred'k Miller anil Uran-
lurn nlro I'nn.
Third Ilace-Pune. two; three-year-olds and
upward; claiming Fire and a half furlongs:
Peasant, 107 (Carmody). to 1, even and 1 to
2, first ; Star llaby, Wt (Kedtrls), 4 to 5. 2 to 5
and 1 to 5, second; Deckhand. 110 (Crump),
3 In 1, 7 to 10 and 1 to 3. third. Time,
1:09 1-E, Hello Pardner, Annabelle, Doubt
ing Thonma and Wlndwood alio ran.
l'onrth Itace rune, icoo; four-year-olds and
upward; claiming. Fire and a half furlongs;
Whlppoorwlll, 103 (Murray), I to 1, C to i and
to 5, first: Twenty-seven, 113 (Jarrel), 7 to 1.
3 to 1 nnd to 6, second: Exempted, 107
(Mountain), 7 to 3. 7 to 6 and 7 to 10, third.
Tlmo. 1:10 4-5. llaby Ilonds, Lady Langden,
Will Soon, Applejack, and a si away alio ran.
Fifth Hare Purse, tfOl; four-year-nhls and
upward; claiming Five and a half furlongs:
Illanca, lot (II flarner), S to 1, 3 to 1 and
to 5, flrt; llulstr, lit (I'rump), 7 to 1. J to
I J,"'"' . pmili Ambsssador;
, j?lrl l,Cty Lou7 ila'sty
, Time. 1:10,
artr l.ou. Ilaitr Cora. Ouln
ami reaceiui Miar amn ran,
.Sixth Race Purse. 5M0; four-jear-old. and
upward: claiming. Mile and fifty j-ardi: John
W. Klein, 113 (KederU), S to,5, i to 5 and ! to
5, flirt; Attorney Mulr, 105 (Trjron), 3 to 1,
8 to 0 nnd 3 to S, eecond; Fairly, 103 (Gargan),
10 lo 1. 1 to 1 and : to 1. third. Time. 1:4 1-3,
Kgmont, MuryH Magneto. Ituiter Clark, Unar.
O'Malley, Hand tiff, Ned Jllleybrlght and
Wowlthmsh also ran. ,
SWHHXKY AVIXS IIOAD IIUX.
Mlko Sweeney cf tho Glencoe Athletic
Club won a five mllo handicap rond run
THE SUN'S RACING CHART.
Mnv ORLEANS, Jan. 30. Weather, rnln Irnck heavy.
FIRST RACE For maiden two-year-olds. Claiming. Three furlongs. Puree 1300. Off
1:5 Time. 0:38. Start good. Won driving. Winner, b. f Tho Manarer Little
iuiuimci. umuT. Jh. luiiAlb. Alumni,
Aunt Deda away well and showlnir mo.t
had to bo ursed hard near end to outstay Alcatrai. Latter aa taken back at atart
and steered tn inner rail, finished goinr fast t of all, Tenlte, showlne much Improved
form under hulllng ride, went lorwardly all the way. Tutt tired. Frank Moody was
taken bick sharply at start and allowed to (rail.
Owncrs-1. W. It. Tolmle; I. J. A. roburni'S. J. II. Louchelm; 4, C. n: Mergcnthaler;
5. J. K. Clark: 6. J. W. Schorr; 7, A. D. SPrertela.
SECOND RACE For maiden three-year-olds and upward. Six furlongs. Puree. j;oo. Off
S:!5. Tlmo, l:C0 2-6. Start aood, Won drlvlna' Winner, gr. g 4, by Sir Wilfred
Grey Arnes. Owner. S. LOUIS. Trainer. A. C. rarretto.
hi. jt, bi. -'i 4
110 1 3 64 5'ti5i
114 13 3 l'H H4 1'
OS'.i 4 1 3 2Vi
Hnr i n
115 3 6 4 3 3
Jim Dudley V....'..".'.'.' lit
10 7 7 7 7
6 0 8 6 4
6 .4 3 4 6
9 10 0 9
8 8 6 8 9
1 13 11 10 10
3 6 10 11 11
Kappanannocs .iu.... no
Charmin; i 107
Mitchell May 110
lr. Crnlpler lift
11 ii i: i: 13
Le Balafro. away well, was restrained and
outstayed Huron. Latter showed most early speed but tired nttar end. Riddle was ell
up all tho way. Columbia Tenn tired after going flve-oirhths. Jim Dudley was going
strong at end. Charming weakened in last quarter. Mitchell May ran away three-quar-tors
before start and was oaFed during the actual race.
Scratched Harry Rudder. Drown Bee, I Am First.
Ownc-s-l. S. Louis: 2. O. Peterson: 3, II. Mastcrson; ,4. R. F. t-odson: 5, R. H. Har
vey: 6, Mrs. J. L. Paul: 7, O. Martin; 8. T. Hodge; 9, Ardmoro Stable: 10. L. L. Wise;
11, Mrs. T. O. Webber; 12, C. B. Marlman.
THIRD RACK For four-year-olds and upward. Six furlonrs. Claiming. Purse J700.
Off 2:52. Time, 1:19 1-5. Start good. Won driving. Winner ch. g.. 4, by Hurst Park
Horttvta Owner. O. WENDEL. Trainer. R. Friend.
Hore. Wt. PI'
Ttnn4t(illa 105 6
A i" 1-
9 8 8'U
6 4 6U
Paul Connelly Ill
Alex Oeta 107
5 3 4 2
8 9 9 7
7 6 3 6
3 6 3 6
17 7 8
Bonstella was hurtled Into good lead at
cuarter, scored lucky victory. Hadrian, mucn the best, was allowed to fall out of It
and lost much ground by going wide, finished fast. General had no mishaps. Redland
retired in stretch. Paul Connelly quit. Poultney went lorwardly lo stretch, only.. Alex
Celz showed early speed.
Scratched Ettabe, Lady Marathon. The Belgian, Sayonarra, Madras Gingham,
Onnen: 1, O. Wendel: 3. J. a Ferris; 3. T. II. Wilson: 4, O. A. Blanchl; 6, H. Twy
man; C. O. M. McSweency; 7. W. Watson; 8. II. Dernham; 9, J. T. Buckley; 10. S.
FOURTH RACE For three-year-olds and upward. Mares and Allies. One mile. Purse,
J10O0 Off 3:15. Time. 1:17. Start good Won easily. Winner, ch. I,. 4, by Fair Play
Torrery. Owner. MRS. G. W. ATKINSON. Trainer. O. W. Atkinson.
ri Bt. ft ' N
7 4 2h 2 2' 2'
6 7 t IU 4K 3
3 2 4 4 6 6
4 6 0 6 6 6
1 1 7 7 7 7
5 6 3 3 3 4
Cobalt Lass 100
Tailor Maid, at home In the going, moved
gamely drew out decisively In the stretch. Dottle Vandlver went lorwardly from tho
tart and lasted fairly well. Madge F hard urged, finished well. My Dear had no mis
haps. Cobalt Lass tired badly In stretch.
fCTatched Alula. ...
Owners-l. Mrs. O. W. Atkinson; 2, Sunnyland Stable: 3, Orden Stable; 4, F. Musante;
5. 51. R Pons; 6, P. Dunne; 7, J. Arthur.
FIFTH RACE For three-year-olds. Claiming. Ono mile. Turse TOO. Off. 3:40. Time. 1:4.
Start good. Won easily. Winner, ch. g by Astronomer Flcda. Owner, P. LKV-
IlECKKR. Ti-ilnnr. H. J. Dunv.
I . Horse.
' Jim Hastings,
.... 10314 1
Heaiy Woapon ..41W4
Fleer ran as If best and well handled, showed speed and drew away from Bobby Allen
ln at ,Xtcenth. Bobby Allen ,went lorwardly
i Dawn, under poor nanaiing, wbb an over
lered 'much Interference and showed a good
Owners 1, P. Lcydecker; 2. J. A. Coburn: 3. W. H. Dauphin: 4. J. W. Schorr; 5,
O. Louis; 8. Anderson Bros.; 7. 8. Berry; 8. J. McManus; 9, J. H. McDonald.
SIXTH RACE Per four-year-olds and upward. Claiming. One mile and an eighth.
Puree. 8700. Oft. 4:. Time, 2:02 4-5. Start good. Won easily Winner, b. g 4,
i, si Amini-ll.nrt'i Desire. Owner and trainer. S. A. CLOPTON.
' ... . , . n. 1' 1, 1 ' .
TVt. PP. St.
... in t i
...112 4 1
.... 107 1 2
... 103 . 2 6
,101 6 5
10W 3 4
pi.iiiv went In imnroved form and showed most' speed from the start, tired slithtlr
rear end. but won well In hand. Bombay showed a good effort and held on well. Capt.
Hodge was tirln? fast In stretch and Just lasted for third place. El Rcy waa gaining
31 OwnersiV'sA. Clopton; 2. P. P. Letelller; 3. Mrs. L. r. Wagnon; 4, It. II. Good?
S. Mrs. J. Phillips; 6. P. Dunne. ,
SEVENTH RACE For three-year-olds and upward. One mil and a sixteenth. Purso
1700. Off 4;2S. Time, 1 :55 3-5. Start good. Won driving. Winner, ch. g., t, by Duval
Helen Miller, owner. v. uint.i. i-ratner. j. u. nagnon,
Semper Stalart. 101
Al Plent) ,.
Baby Girl II....
iiiu-n ran ah If much thi. beat, waa restrained to stretch, whero ha drew ant to
win as his rider pleased. Caballo was well up for entire trip and held on well near
end. Semper Stalwart suffered from Interference, but finished fast. Prunes tired fait
ln last qitarte. Al Pierce quit.
Scratched Keilnh. Surpassing. Alexander. Napoleon. Yodeles, Juanlta.
Owners-l, W. Rlchey; 2. A. Brent; I. J. C. Eaton; 4. J. T, Buckley: 5, W. L. Drake;
6. W. Cahlll 7, J. Marino; 8. V. Nelto; , P. Dunne; 10, J. J. Shannon Estate; 11, T.
Blcknell: 12. R. W. It. Cowle.
Gould and Wear for Doubles Racquets
TAILOR MAID FIRST'
IN DOLLY HANDICAP
Shows Marked Improvement
nnd Rents Oppononts Easily
on Muddy Track.
Nsw Orleans, Jan. SO. Jupiter
Pluvlus continued his presenoo with un
remitting activity to-day at the Fair
Grounds, It was tho fifth successive
day of rain, and tlio track was a verita
Tnllor Maid, displaying marked Im
provement In the going easily accounted
Wr the Dolly Handicap, the feature.
Vigorously ridden by Wlda, she assumed
tho lead rounding tho first turn. Bhe
was followed by tho favorite, Dottle
Vandlver nnd Cobalt Lass, with tho top
weight, Mndge P, In fourth position.
Through tho middle Journey Tnllor
Maid held an advantage of two lengths
over Dottle, which had disposed of Co
balt Lass nt the three-quarter post. At
the final eighth Dottlo weakened per
ceptibly and Tnllor Maid drew nway to
an eight length victory. Madgo K,
which had been forced wldo through
the early stages, closed some ground
nnd overtook My Dear In tho closing
strides to gain third honors.
KIcer took tho fifth from a good band
of younr platers after having alternated
In the lead with Bobby Allen through
out the mllo argument. Golden Dawn,
which finished third, showed a credita
ble effort under weak handling. Jim
Hastings, heavily supported, proved un
abla to negotiate tho slippery turns.
Hu lost much ground desplto Ambrose's
effort to straighten him and finished
A Saratoga owned two-year-old cap
tured tho opener when Aunt Deda took
the first In a drlvo from Alcatrai, the
victim of repeated Interference through
tho early stages by the uneducated
Frank Mooney. Alentraz performed ns
If best. Tenlto finished third under
Ambrose's alert .handling. Tenlte's per
formanco was a marked Improvement
over Thursday's effort when she was
handled by Jockey Lllley. For the ride
the stowards suspended Lllley.
KINGSC0TE TENNIS VICTOR.
UnirlUh Expert IJefent Pocklcy lu
Stdnrv, Australia, Jan. 30. In fhe
Australian championship lawn tennis
singles tournament to-day Lbut.-Col. A.
R. F. Klngscote of England defeated
I'ockley of Australia.
Gerald Patterson, the local expert, re
tired In nn earlier round,
In the doubles final O'Htra Wood and
U. V. Thomas defeated Anderson and
... Jl, ICUOnaiu.
H Fin. Jockey. Open. Hlrh.Close. Dace. !rf.
1" Stack .... m
2' Ituxton... -5
3' 14 Ambrose. 11-5
4 Dreyer .... 7-1
6 Wlda M
6 Meehan.. 30-1
7 P'rlnirton 16-1
speed moved Into rood lead at onw. hut
Open.Hlth.CloBo. Place, 3d
15-1 20-1 15-1 6-1 31
9 Pauley. .
10 Taylor.. a.
Par'gton.. 30-1 100-1 100-1
taken wide but finished with a rush ami
Yt w. jocaey. open.nign.uioso. j'lace. 3d
I - IV
Stack .... 3-1
Wright ... 6-3
Oroth .... 5-2
once and holding on fairly well during lajt
n jncKey. upca. Jiign.ciose. Place. Id,
2 Pierce 9-5
3Vi Robinson., i-l
4 Stack 6-1
6 lleupot.,... 10-1
6 Boyle 10-1
7 Thurber... 6-1
Into lead with a rush and holdlnr nn
Jockey. Open. Hlrh.Close. Place. 3d.
Pierce ... 8-1
Stack .... 10-1
from the start, bat tired near end. Golden-
traca, dui nnisnea wen. jim iissiinsrs sui-
Heavy Weapon Quit badly ln last
' T . . T T I 1. f. M a ,
. X1U. .W.HC, V-IJ, .llgTU,l,lUSO, J IHCB. .(,
! 1' Bryson.... 6-1 6-t 7-2 6-5 3.5
8 S Zoeller....
5 4 Wlda
4 5 Pierce
t 6 norle
Open.Hlgh.CIoe. Place. 3d
Wins P. S. A. I;. Championship
by Two Points flushing
Swimmers representing De Witt Clinton
High School last r.lght regained the P.
S, A. L. chnmplo.ishlp when they de
feated representatives of every high
.school In tho city In the annual meet In
College of tho City of New York natator
him. The wonrers of the Red nnd Black
annexed tho title by tho scant margin of
two points. Clinton garnered IB points,
while tho members of Flushing collected
13. Boys High finished third with 10,
and Manual Trnlnlng was fourth with a
nil .Manual i mining wbh lounn wiui
KriiHmusHnll, Commercial and Townsend
UnrrU Hall .wero doadlocUtHl for fifth
...111. fT A-tH
Cornell' Unlisted of Boys High won
two lines. 'Alio urooKiynue won 1110 ou
' yard chnmpltmehlp and waa first In tho
100 yard ovent, In both events Bralsted
' ,rd from tho start nnd won easily. Ho
took tho shorter race by about a yard
over J. Arnold of Manual Training nnd
lind the sumo ndvantage In the century.
Bralsted negotiated the 100 ynrds In 1
mlnuto 4 seconds nnd was clocked In
US 3-5 seconds In the CO yard ovent.
H. Knobel of Flushing won tlio 120
yard aitlo. Felcnsteln of Clinton took
tho plungo for dlstanco. Tho fancy dive
Championship, tho only other Indlvlduil
title to be decided, went to Edward
Schlsscl of Commercial. Knebel out
classed the field In tho furlong. Ho wtm
by 20 yards In 2 minutes 48 1-5 seconds.
Flushing' Takes Uelny.
Flushing High sprang a surprise In
tho 800 foot relay championship when
tho Long Island quartet won that event
by ten yards ov
team. Erasmus Hall,
title, finished mini, wnno ue vwir. wi i -
ton's representatives wero fourth.. Tho
winning team was clocked In 2 minutes SCi 'Itoundlng Throurh, f: Oeoreo Uaahmc
l 1 nr.r,n,t uhlrli wnji nnlv two-1 ,ont AIo ellfflbls: -Hnrry Itildder, 103:
J,",; !cconds' ,w."n onl , i lllalto. Ill; Kultur, 110; James i. Cummlnrs.
fifths of a second behind tho record held
by KraBnius Hall.
That Flushing won the race was
largely duo to tho fine work of W.
.Sherman, who swam tho third relay.
Sherman, nt tho end of his Journey, had
nn ndvnntnge of six yards over Manual's
team, S. Knebel then took up the swim
ming for Flushing and added four more
yards to Sherman's lead.
$00 Font Relay Won by Flushing High
School (II. l.lndholm. A. Ilrown. W. Sher
man and 8. Knebel): Manual Trnlnln?
High School (W. Shaw. J. Arnold. C.
Wlnge1oclt anil II. Foote), second: Krn
mus Hall Hlsli School (.1, Tompklna. U,
rinr.Hnf T1 HA...,,! nn.l II Ml-MtllUnl
I third: De Witt Clinton Hiah School (Luca,
Taylor, .Melrowuz ana wacner), rourin.
Time. 2:4? 2-5.
220 Yard Swim Won by .1. Wlllet Hall,
Jr. De Witt Clinton: S, Knebel. Flushing,
eccoml: A. Drown, Flushing, third; Robert
Fltrglbbons. De Witt Clinton, fourth.
Time. 2:48 1-5,
Fancy Dive Won bv IMwnrd Schlsel,
Commercial, with 87 2-3 points: !. Meylan,
Townsend Harris Hall, with in 1-3 points,
-cond: Rogart. Townsend Harris Hall,
third: Taylor. De Witt Clinton, rourlh.
50 Vard Swim Won by Cornell Hralated,
I)on High; J. Arnold. JIanual Trnlnlng.
second; Horace McMullen, Krasmus Hall,
third. Tlmo 28 3-5 aeeonds. Reltz, Hois
100 Yard Swim Won by Cornell Bral
sted. Hoys High; J. Wlllet Hall. Jr. De
Witt Clinton, second; W. Sherman. Flush
ing, third: K Ruclt, Erasmus Hall,
fourth. Time. 1:04.
I'lunga for. Dlelancc Won by Felcnsteln,
Do Witt Clinton, with 60 feet: R. Mar
fans, Manual Training, with 64 feet 6
Inches, second; M. Lowey, Stuyesant,
with 63 feet, third.
Point Score De Witt Clinton. 13;
Flushing,. 13: Hoys High. 10; Manual
Trnlnlng, 9; Erasmus Hall. 6; Commer
cial. 6, Townsend Harris Hall, 5; Stuy
vesant, 3; Textile School, 1.
STEVENS T0SSEES VICTORS.
Give "Worcester Tech I4 First De
feat of Scnson.
Worcesteh. Mass., Jan. 30. The fast
Stevens quintet gave Worcester Tech lis
first setback of the season here to
night In ono of thi fastest basketball
games played here this season. Stevens
'showed Its superiority In passing and
floor work from the very start.
Kurtz for 'Stevens was tho hlch
scorer ot the, nlcht. with elcht baskets!'"'
from tho tioor nnd four fouls. Capt.
Egger wis next with six cages.
RUTGERS HVE WINS.
Special DeiratcA to The Scr.
New Bbunswick, N. J Jan. 30. In
a hard fought game Rutgers, defeated
the Temple College five of Philadelphia
hero by the scoro of 39 td 30 on the
Ballantlne Gymnasium court. The score :
Benzonl Forwsrd Gro.s
Tallaftro Forward Ollhorn
Hall Centre HerzoK
French Guard MacPesk
Meury Guard Kemp
Substitutions Rutgers, Storck for Hall.
Brandt for Taliaferro, Lnch for Meury,
Dornan for French. Field goal Talia
ferro 6, Hall !, French !, Meury 4,
Benzonl 3. Gross 3. Gllhorn I..Kemo 4.
Heriog 1. Foul goals Taliaferro 6, Gll
horn Time of halves Twenty min
utes. Referee Mr. Shaw, Bayonne Y. M.
FOnDHAM TO PLAY T.RMO.T.
Fordhnm University added the Uni
versity ot Vermont to Its baseball sched
ulo last night The game will be played
nt Burlington. Vt., on June 12.
11 J. C ' J
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tVlLLlS-OVEllLXND, Lie. D'rray Ul Mta ai,
man wATnrt vOn local anolkhs fob run week b.nd,
finndyllook l'rlncem Jamnlollay (jnvernori VUIeti New
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February 1 ... . 4141) fiiilQ 4:ft4 r,M A:iU
Lonr Ilranrh Tier Conflltlona,
In IllUA flf .TAnnarv 91 T, H Anvunl
seeks Information relative lo Long llranch
r inning, The writer naa nalioa ex
lenalvely on thla nlar all durlnir the naat
umnur with excellent results. Angling at
preient li only for ling and whiting, al
though nt .beginning of flood tide aomii
fairly good sited Imlio are being caught
Tho beat way tn reach Long Branch
pier from New York la I'ennaylvJinla Kail-
loan, nunaon Terminal, with a fare of
V havo an excellent restaurant at the
extreme outer end of lr ivhom
ceilent fond, woll prepared, can bo accural!
at nominal coat, Thero nro no "hot dogs."
The beat tide to llih all depends on the
lesion of tho year. At any tlmo during
the day ling and whiting ran bo caught,
ii, minever, our angler frleini win poii
i 1,1. lii-...A ti..7.Vi.
pier untl nflfr Mnv 1 lis will in cure
cuicucH 01 nuKct. ana oi iiia unainn nro.
Kirvtc he 111 gt kitiRS, upQkg and hltck
! ,n,ftyl,.e'",n,""t """" "uan""" ot
The nler from Mnv 1 I. nn,n nlirlit unit
day. with a charge for entranco of :S
cenla, Including war tax, from June I
until about October 1. At tho entruiiro to
the pier theru la n man nho nets na watch
man. Watchmen are there at all tlmea
during the twenty-four houre of ench day.
Lockers may bo rented nt II 11 year, well
equipped with pola hanger uml ample
apace for keeping such thlnca aa oilskins
down there for rainy dn). The angler
may be aure.that everything that la left
111 tho lockeri will be carrfilllv watched,
O, 11, LYONS.
1:0 Liberty atrctt, Jan. 30.
Craw Indicted aa dime Deatroyer,
Much has been anid of the crow, and hla
destructive Inlluence Is very generally
NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES.
First Race Brookdalc Purse: two-year-olds:
$700; Ihreo fnrlonpn: Whippet. 116.
In. Tn ne ti. a i -.,1a.. tin r..,i4iA
Kean, 107: Mary Head, 101; Lola Speed, 101.
'W,. Mareo Tom. 110 : Short Chanio. M: Christie
1tfl 1 annlan 11At Hawrrt H ft. . f 1 tn1
I 11V, niltUl'll 1 Vt ft flllt tl(TI.
Third Race-Pur.e, $700: claiming; four-year-oldi;
mllo and an eighth; Prunes, lit:
Jack Rtovcs. 112; Sasln, 111: Altec, 100;
Dr. Crelgler. 10S; Ikm Hampton, ICS : Sky
Pilot. 113; Rookory, 93; 'iJ1c.1t Dolly, 92;
Loadtono, 90; Wllllgan, 90: Aldcbaran. lit.
Fourth Race Crccent City Handicap;
throe- ear-olds and upward: mile and an
eighth; Sllpery Elm, 123: Chief. 11!: War
Mask, 117; BoUtcr, lit: Woodtrap, 110; Op
portunity,' 109; Sands of Pleasure. 108; Dam
ak, 107; Omond, 107: Pictor. lOj; Douglas S.,
101; Soldat de Verdun, 10.'; Tantalus, 101;
Tailor Maid. 10); Gen. Glenn, 91.
Fifth Race Purse, JS00: Premier Claiming
Purso; thrcoyeor-olds and upward; ono mile
ami seventy yards: Woodstoi.e, 110; Game
IVk. 103; Quito. 105; 'Franklin. 103; "Bullet
Proof, 103: Who Cares, 99; Lirlnii", 99; 'St,
Germain, 99; Juanlta III.. SO.
Sljth ltace-Puri.e, tSOO; rlalmlng; four-vear-olda
and1 upward; mile ami a Mx
trenth: aWalsnortli's Last, 112; Queen
It'omle. Ill: Glasitnl, 107: King Neptune,
1M; Green Mint, 101; 'Iwinlwln, 103; Aslraea,
100; 'Toddler, 99.
'Seventh Raco Claiming; four-year-olds;
purse, 8700; mile and a sixteenth: Courcclles,
111; 'General Byng, 110; 'Mayor Galvln, 110:
Bogart. 112: Yodelcs, 109; 'Comacho, lot;
Baby Sifter. 99.
Apprentice allowance claimed.
First Race Firo and a half furlongs; three-year-olds;
claiming; purse, JM0: 'Mineral,
97; Vlrgle Leo, 9S; 'Plain Heather, 99; 'Su
perior, 100; Babylonian. 101; Sherry. 101;
Director James, 101; Our Mnld, 101; Rockarcc,
101; Hot Foot, 110: Sport Fecney, 115.
Second Rnce Five and a half furlongs;
three-year-olds and upward : claiming ; purse
JM0: Pomcrcne. 102; 'Unwise Child. 103;
Little Nephew, 109; Col. llarrl'on, 110; Helen
Atkln. 112; Nelt, 114; Hcnlcr, 114.
Third Raee-Sli furlongs; three-year-olds and
npward: claiming; pur.e JO00: 'Enos. 104;
Yorkvllle, 104; Fcllrldad, 104: Blanche
Donslton. 107; Kilkenny, 109: Balsdln, 109;
Beverly James, 109; Rojalty, 109; Bulger, 112.
Fourth Race Sli furlongs; three-year-nldi
and upward; rlalmlng; purse J00- 'Burllngsnie,
99; fioM Stone. 102; Msngancsc. 103: Fickle
Taney. 103; Whlto Crown. 107; Legacy, 107;
Fifth Race Sir furlongs: for four-year-olds;
claiming; purso J610: "Red. 99: Ambas
sador III.. 100: Acclamation, 102: Little Ed,
103; Roundel, 103: Trcclous Jewel, 103; Top
Rung, 100; Lady Langdcn. 105; Foster Embry,
110; Busier Clark, 110.
Sixth Race Bermuda Handicap; one mile;
for three-year-olds and upward; puree tsro:
Black Prince, 92; Jolllson. 98: Don Thrush, 98;
Frocmar.tle. 99: Scotch Verdict, 101; Iygal,
106: Bufonl. 112! Bally. 113.
Seventh Race Mllo and fifty yards; for
four-year-olds and upward; claiming; rnrse
.miss weep, iw; -nupc, iuv; -je
lirarli. 102: Mack Dawson. 103: 'Parable. 103:
Pollyanna. 108; Egmont, 11; yenjhee. 110;
Doke of Shelby, 110.
NEW YORK CITY. w"un nYOItciTY'T
There arc two ways of becoming a JUNIOR ACCOUNTANT: one through years
cf business piwcduro: the other throuyli a short. Intensive training by tho
"llROAKKll MKTIKiD" a method which will teach men to tt. not seem
that will demonstrate what they can do, not what they can mechanically
COMPLETE COURSE 4 months.
Special limited class convenes Wednesday." to 0 P. M and turday. 2:30 to 4:30
P. M., commencing
A PRACTICAL training designed to qualiry attidonts to open, conduct and
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In Eipcrt Constructive Accountancy personally conducted by d
FRANK BROAKER, C. P. A. Na 1.
C3 Fifth Avenn
311 West 83d Street
"From Vrimarv to Colleat"
Prepare! boys for all colleges, technical
schools anu business. .u umuei jiior
ough work. Small classes and individual
Instruction. Gymnasium Itulldlns Swim
ming Pool Boof Playground all on prem
ises Boys cared for from 8:30 A. M. to
i I I'. M. If desired.
LOUIS I). RAY, Ph. D Headmaater.
Telephone Schuyler 4836.
MEW JERSEY Atlantis City.
first mild days of Spring sound and
sight of sea tempt you out-of-doors.
Take a few days off at Atlantic City now.
It's one of New York's best Winter habits.
It Is a real investment assuring great
profits in health, pleasure and rest. Golf
on fine links practically every day. New
life and Interest on fascinating Doardwalk
And of course stop at
ON THE BEACH
3a fl;():i 4:14 4:40 twa 7:60 t:80 B:M
6.0.1 fl;iO a:a3 k:17 0,0.1 0:30
understood, fiportamen are becoming mora
and more Interested In his destruction,
especially In sections where game Is fall
ing away rapidly, and many movements in
this direction aro under way,
Farmers havo been "ahootlng the crow
alnco powder was Invented nnd tnelr ex
pert advice Is ueually that It la a waata of
goad ahot with small results,
On several recent trips I have noticed
along the Lehigh Valley Railroad Just n
few miles west of Hound Ilrook thou
aandi. and thousands ot crows congregated,
Never have 1 seen so many at ono time
all set and ready for a sclentino mas
sacre, It has been slated that the Hlato
of New Jersey Is to declare war on these
black rascals, and It enters my mind that
some good locnl sportsmen or other Inter
ested partlea might well benefit by the ad
vice of Jamea U, Geary, Hume Protector,
State of Pennsylvania, who lives In Hlatlng
ton, Pn., and who has been remarkably
auccessful In tho extermination of theas
P' have seen crowa by tho thousand tying
dead In a field, killed In a few hours by
the unaided efforts of this one man.
How many months, how many gunners
and how mUch ammunition would the
national crow ahoot require to show simi
lar rosulta? Rxpctno Is u factor as well.
Mr, tleary la a gentlemen and thorougii
sportsman wrapped up heart end sou in
the, work of making the woods 11 better
place for nil of us, and I am sure ho would
bo glod to explain his crow killing methods
to uny one Interested enough to wrUn him,
Nov York, Jan, 30. '
Unlerprlse In Coloring Oysters.
I note by the newspapers lhat the pink
oyster haa made Its appearance. Why not
piss a law limiting certain dy manufac
turers to' the manufacture of only one
CFor example, allow a certain number to
manufacture red only, others blue, some
white, some green, and so on, 'hen compel
those manufacturing red to establish their
factories In the neighborhood of Jamaica.
Hay and empty their factory weetes Into
this body of water to Insure tho oysters
thAnother set "t" factories manufacturing
grcn could bo located on Oreat South Bay
Hnd thtlr wa.tes emptied Into that body of
wnter. Insuring green oysters from that
source; and others manufacturing blue
could be located at Chesapeake "ay to In
sure blue oysters-and so on. V All colored
oysters could then bo procured to fit all
"""'"example, nt patriotic banquets red.
white and blue oysters could bo served. At
St. Patrick day affairs groen oysters could
be served. &c. Then, too, the color effects
of the decorated china and lloral decora,
lions could bo beautifully carried out. lie
sides tho foregoing the Waters aboNe
mentioned places would soon assume trie
different colors, which would make them
places of curlosltv for visitors
There are wonderlul possibilities In tills
scheme for some ent-rprlslng promoter
more iea.II- carried out l
would be the contervallon of the natural
colored oyster. VlOLAPlULUPS.
New York, Jan. 30.
landlocked Snlmon In Lake George.
In the Rod and Oun column of THE
SUV or January 13 A. B. Smith Inquires
about Ut I methods of landlocked salmon
fishing In Lake George.
There Is the time- honored fly casting,
the most favorable places being the rck
points projecting Into the lake and the
rocky shores of the numeroua elands.
A method of trollInK which
there, and which I. have used with more or
less success, follows:
Tic an eight or ten ouncs sinker to trie
end of your line, then about ten feet up
tho line from the sinker bond on a three
cy snivel. Attach ft six foot piece of line,
or same length of leader, to the centre eye
ef the swivel and use the regulation
feather pickerel, or liver spoon, or any
spoon lhat might .strike your fancy.
, Care should be taken In trolling that
he sinker Is not allowed to reach the
bottom, as this often results In snagging.
Tho object is 10 sin me vt"
required depth. I might add -V11!
method Is also much In use in Cnmplln
nlBO for lonse noshing, and
the only way that the longe is succcasiuu
attracted there. ... , . ...
The landlock also takes plugs of dif
ferent varieties, though If you land ono
or two of them tn Lake George you can
consider you have had a most successful
day's Ashing, as they are not plent fill.
New York. Jan. 30. ASYOUW ERE.
HOD AND GUN.
sails Sunday. 7:39 A. M..
Martin Bros. Dock. Sheeps
Capt. D. MARTIN.
OIIC 1U A I 7 Spilt Hamboo, Gree'hheart.
UUi WALZ Lancvood. All kinds of
Mountings. Best Re Lines Made. Rods
170 1st Ave .. nr. 10th St. Tel. Orchd S387.
Line, Floun'.era and Blsckflsh Now Running
inSFPHIHF leaves Sunday. 8 A. M. Cod
UUOtrnnit. ,,,. cant, nenx
4MFP!pfl 8 A- M. Dally. 7 A. M. Sunday.
HirtClil H CaD1 Michael Sheepuh'nd Bay.
SCHOoLf , 3iyYear
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BrookliD-Coroer f raekbi and Jcffsnoo Avenues
Send for Catalog end "Success in Regents Kisms
New 'Icrr Just Hctinn nft
NEW JERSEY Atlantlo City.
days at all but like the
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CHAS. I. nARNEY 4: COMPANY.
NOTICE OF FORMATION. OF LIMITED
The undersigned hereby give notice that
! accordlni to the Statutes of the State 0
Njw York reatlnK t0 UmHci Partnerships
they have duly formed a Limited Partner-
shlD and the terms thereof are as follows:
1 The name or Arm under which such
partnership Is to be conducted Is CHAS,
D. BARNEY & COMPANY. The County
wherein tho principal place of business Is
to be located Is the County of New York,
Borough ot Manhattan.
II, The general nature of the business
Intended to be transacted Is to carry on
the business ot brokers and to buy, sell
and deal In stocks, bonds, grain and other
III. The names of all the General and
Special Partners Interested therein and
their respective places of residence are as
HENRY E. BUTLER, residing at Cush
Ing Road, Plalnlield, State of New Jersey.
PHILEMON DICKINSON, residing at
corner of Stenton Avenuo and New Street,
Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, State of Penn
sylvania. juii.n r. uuitii, residing at no. 41 -West
59th Street, Borough ot Manhattan, 1
City of New York.
EDWARD II. LEVIS, residing at Mt.
Holly, State of New Jersey. 1
J. FOHD JOHNSON, JR., residing at
175 West 58th Street, Borough of Man
hattan, City, County nnd State of New '
ALAN L. COREY, residing at 270 Park
Avenue, Borough of Manhattan, City,
County and State of New York.
J. HORACE HARDING, resldlnc at Rum
son, Monmouth County, State of New Jer
sey. HENRY SANDERSON, residing at Oys
ter Bay. Nassau County, State of New York.
All of the said partners are ot full age.
IV. The amount of capital which each
Special Partner has contributed to the
common stock Is as follows:
J. HORACE HARDING has contributed
One Million (81,000.000) Dollars:
HENRY SANDERSON has contributed
Threo hundred thousand (8300,000) Dollars.
V, Tho tlmo at which the Partnership is
to begin Is Janusry 1st, 1920, and the time
at which the Partnership la to end la
December 31, 1921. ,
Dated, New York, December 81, 1919.
HENRY E. BUTLER
JOHN P. GRIER
EDWARD II, LEVIS
J. FORD JOHNSON, JR.
ALAN L. COREY
J. HORACE HARDING
CHAS. D. HARNEY COM TAN V.
AFFIDAVIT OF GENERAL PARTNER,
OF LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, OF PAY
MENT IN CASH OF CONTRIBUTIONS TO
CAPITAL STOCK BY SPECIAL PART
NERS. Slato of New York. City and County of
New York, ss.:
HENRY E BUTLER, being duly sworn,
deposes and says that he Is one of the
General Partners In tho Limited Partner
ship of Chas D. Harney ft Company,
formed by the Certificate dated December
Special Partners of said Hrm. to wit:
iikvhv v. itir-ri.i-T,
r HENRY E. BUTTER
J JOHN P. GRIER
T EDWARD II, LEVIS
I J, ruau juii.nkon, jn.
ALAN U COREY.
J. HORACE HARDING
nnrt that the sum specified In the .M
Certificate to have been contributed to the
common stock by each of tho Special
Partners hue been actually and In good
faith paid In cash, that Is to day, J.
Horace Harding has paid In cash the sum
of One Million Dollars (S1.000.000) and
Henry Sanderson has paid In cash the sum
of Three Hundred Thousand Dollars
Sworn to before me this Jd day of Janu
HENRY E. BUTLER.
New York State.
Term expires March 30. 1921.
Certificate tiled ln New York Co. No. 311.
New York Register's No. 13 IS.
CRANE COMPANY of ISC South Mlchl
ean Avenue, Chicago. Illinois, mortgagor
tinner a r irm ... iriiu.ii iruuj
Company of New York (now Central Union
Trust Company of New York). James N. ,
Wallace and lirecKinriuge Jones, dated
June 1. 1914. does hereby arpolnt George
W. Davison, as Individual Trustee under
nald Mortgage, to fill the vacancy created
h tha ,!nth of the late Janus N. Wallace
huntll a new Trustee shall be appointed by
the bOndnomers or oinerwiso pursuant to
Article Twelve, Section 5 of said Mortgage.
Dated. Chicago. Illinois. January Sth, 1920.
Hy R. T. CRANE, Jr., President.
C. D. LITTLE. Secretary.
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SWEDISH AMERICAN LINE. 24 Stats 8L
Nlngnra to the Sen Write for booklet.
Canada Steamship I.lns. Montreal, Canada
TUB rUBLIC nn r LEASED,
MOVIDENCF, DIRECT BOAT 52.97
All Ontsfile Staterooms, ;i.o ( td.14
Abo"be Trices include Wr Tu
U leave Plsr 3 North Mlves. ftlTa
and Sunday at I P. U.
Tho Sortac MSI.
Worcester, 4.1Ji rrevldenoe direct, 2.7
OLTSlDF STATEROOMS $1.01 12.11
Dally, Including Sunday, 5:01 1'. 11,
From Pier 1 E. II. Phone 2701 Ueekmsa
rickets Pier or ConwolldRted ticket offices'
FALL RIVER LINE
to Boston. Strs. Iv. Pier 14. N. It.. 5:00 p. M.
COVERS THE WORLD
THOS. COOK & SON.
244 U'way. SSI Fifth Ate.
Ojp. City Hall Cor. 4ihst
American Espress Travel Department,
f.1 llroadwny. I'hone llowllnc (ireeu 10O0O.
SALES BY. AUCTION.
M B N M MB r
1T.EASH TAKE NOTICE! AUCTION SALT1 "MIW'.
of our negotiable Warehouse receipts, llld
representing u lot of 100 long tons of Sweet ltun
Vanilla Chocolate, "Aco High" Brand, man- ' '
ufactured by tuo ueacon Chocolate Co. of
Doaton, Mass., nnd now stored at India
Wharf Warehouses. Boston. Mass.
Sale to Take Place In the Offlce of
LEO MONSIIEIMEIl. Aiirt., 407-109 n'mvy.
Room 6, N. Y. City, on Monday, Feb. 2, 1930,
at 3 P. M. Auctioneer's Phone. Canal 9030.
Offico of the Quartermaster General. ' la'
doming itt r.nuipago Division, .Munitions vnc
xjuiiuiuK, tiibiuii, v. i-picii pro
posals In duplicate will be received here
until 11 A. M. February 12th. 1920, fo-
furnl'hlne nil or any part of 1,000.000
;rtl,B,. iv.lt 1 lntr.
J""n. ' L.?lt " ''lnte"'
information se t
LOST. I O UN D AND REWAKUs.
No questions asked for return of
Platinum and Diamond flexible bracelet.
Lost Junuary 17 between 74th Street, Park W. ti
Avenue anu i;n oireei. iiriurn 10 iq E,t eWaik
LOST Prom steamahlp Mauretanta,
brown canvas suitcase, stamped J. u.
Dody, label bearing name U M. Carvajal,
containing papers solely of value to owner;
reword paid If returned to J. H. BODY,
19th floor, 65 Broadway. New York city.
niAitnxns. bouent sold, for cash oalr. Es-
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