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rfv v Wm SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK EDItED BY r ROBERT EDGREN VHUPe.TOB. fowl Aiwlr KiewAV ,Vr " rfc'w i "irif rMwwwww wi i ' watWWtwa IN A FEW DAYS WE'LL HAVE THE REAL DOPE! GIANTS' REGULARS PLAY GAME TO DAY , AT SAN ANTONIO CeyrrlaM, Ulk, ky Taa irakHaklatOlK TbTw Yerk WarML) ScheduS New York Colts bbbbIbbIbbbbBbbIbbbbbbVI bbbbIbbIbbIbbbbIIbbHP lU VfW aatajfeaat ',lraV faanawj IWfPIW BVfB U tin Fruit In Km lirmo. by Ma two-reaad .kaiebiat ef aaaer Fritt. hM ' another fcfer iw U the aa the heavyweight dlvUlea. i Waats la aaeet'Jlas Coffey. Tke la all on kit aide, bow CeeYey deeea't wut ta Bast MtiStuU wea aaeet kin. ta spite of ,ef ala wb auaatar. a wMt MM Rataa Wall aaaa said CeeTey waaat ed). a 'sYaajtar, aatje. la CaOnTa (aal at taaawalar tmUtoat atatttateaal Coffey baaed with aa aar la Cooper's gTauaalML are iwatWfteteb alBoovarod Oeffywes trylag ta "aat aaa V'e Matoh t Ueeenad laa a ac aa Ceeaar ws taataaaaM ill 4 save CaKytraai akaeak- w.aat.aaMr. ta atn ww ta aeevie. bat he has iaaiaWi; aafaaaitsavia rrkrkt, lassptsa- Taaaa, wtpaaan, ten a ataalaa a am af yatrtaWai that kaa M ! la iwhat laursniy af kar kls- wt'.aMwa'hr taa attar a. 7ia jiiiiia i li in u. ke- paaiaM aa'Maw lalt toakv. iakrtiii.-.PalraBBtty. wit MM Bkj:'aaraUa. Mat are aw U l aarrtaa la taa British amy. tjMl aaaaaar at taa aikletle Jjm? Itaaetr.aii at ta kaet paV.taa aMwaaW. aiaaai ar la have gee ta war. la Slstaat Aa. kVltala kaa aa an- BtlUUnr sorrlee. r aaaa valaataara. f " "N ' "N. Hafc yy" ' jjffi aaVaBkiHaBB ilP'iaB k a Jaaa fyti HaM. inMk) axn mu ",,, Pitching and Catching Recruits Are Testing McGraw's Judgment Tvikl LmI fmitft Drtgntt Irtmht In FiffMn Promlting TWk ltr Frifi Wkom MMtf Mantitr Otn Hop to Stlwt Only OfttV M iMk tttp Pttiiym It Almott at Dlfftoutt to Solvt--(ndian(Thrp Wi Qtt Chtnot to Sbint at Rtgular OubtoMtr, an. KirM VYN It'Ritalntd at Utility InfitKter. fT; SaXkm wrHaa fam Asa. ' Vataat. at-aaairilllaK taa aataaat a( INaaraaat 1 4 tkla aakaai a aaaa ta f a:la, taa arakata at arilatry Mat taay aaaM at N aar .Bfnr at M aar aaat ka latt eaJy tl aar ml a.aaawa, aay au amaiai a raaaaaaala aralt kaaar at aota la AaatraUa KkMa.lt. aa taa aiaa a i aa Bta tar M aar aaat. . aaar. nanL i mumi Itaay: aaraiata la tkatr aa 1 aa laaTa'taa AiiatiaHaa l aaMat aaA da mu rAl 2 TMawaanr -uaiaa raa Wm aaaaar kaat raaa fro Kaw ?atartaaaa faaelaea ky way raaa arar okafaaA alaaa .iavaataa. ,Nw Tork ta tl? ialMa! Chmrlaatoa" ta A Ker Waat to .MM- bu: tkrouta tka mu Baiaoa to Coriato. an ' ta VaUaa Craa, IM mUaa; ta tta.,atriaUaa: to Im Pedro. M aaa Fraadaoo, IH PtCTata out Bam Rofcldeau rkUaaalrkU Ckarlla Whlta Cauaaa kaa put taltaielt aaat taa bait of the lliht , ;Whita'7lwit reputation i Ma, poor flikta aaataat ''M awaarua. Ha aaaaiad alow i.taaae aaaed merihanta. Dut ka taa.aaacaroua puncn. Tna iVwaaoaa kaock out Robldaau ; ka a com fighter. Kobldeau was aa 'oaa ot tna beat lljrbt- ' la tao country, ua la vary r.aaraaalva, clever. aat ka aaa Deaien a lot or good i tone tbould hiva h&d i aa araa break with White. fklU aUaaad over the knockout , aaa aaaaaa uai uiua taiag all ui. aaaraaaivaneaa la aaaau to utue or ootatay. auaat bava Dlacd th i tavaa White, but It kap. a other way., ConaacniaaUv i taa fallaw wko oaa challenge aa4 the reet of the title hunt. I arakakay gat tka big autckee ittaa.auc cat reoemu. a little aa abia aametlmea makes a Lot Alftaraaea ta a flgbter'a bank ala'. aew start In the rlna l M mat Macn uroea. This. win aa a auouning match two. boxers who may lack I' of the frUrManed iraMUf, aaa aaaook aVaaach that apaa. ; laaaa -aa. muw J na '0 aaa Ummmbmmmb 'BYiifsMe (as9Maa (a) eaaaat aaWaeaaa) VaVlaVf V-l LBAtUB PBNNANT MOP! 1 MRIBaV MAXUN, Tml. aUrak If yea far waat.taU a UUar'a aaoa, aad yaar akain at a aeaaa lalU of Mtaaa aa4 taay war all ao aaat yaa war atraM ta ytak aaa lar faar ya waaM aaaa ia aararal battar yam aaa aa)raclata tka aaaitiaa of Jeaaltcwraw. Ha walks vat to lav Park avary BwraJag, aaaata4 tar taa anay of aUlataa, aat tkaa i t ,tka kotal aaaktat Mf H aaailU taat ka la aaaalai. Of taa forty-flva p layer, tka as saaUllag of wklek gtvaa oaa tka tm araaaloa of a big atklaUo touraaseeat, .taa Qlaat auaagar aaa take but tweaty-eae, aaa of those twaaty-oae he already kaa aalactaa alaataaa. Xa taa lauaaaaa draraat that ka ataxtad last yaar la tka hope of haul lag la a geoa pitcher the catch ahowa fifteen la addition ta thoee already a. The unexpected aoauUltloa ot perm i, wao waa savea rroat taa rede, aaa practically wrecked te hopes at all newcomers, aad, It aa nappe na that ia that llat of recruits tnere aretaome corxara. Tka pluhlng staff aa It stands at present wm oa maaa up os jaaiaew eon. Teereau. Marauard. From me. pemtt. acnupp ana acnauar. it neing Impoaalbla for the Qlanta to carry mora than algbt pitchers, only oaa new man oaa oe tax en on. uonissi lna for tbla plaoa are Stroud, a fin lahed twlrlar from the Coaat: Glpa. a mountain oz naan wita ternnc iteed: alaaa. tba Indian from the navy yards, who baa a double barrelled apttball. meaning that It breaks in eltaer direction: pairaero. the Cuban aoutbpaw who pitched the no.hlt a-ame In Havana last winter: Cook of Columbus, ona of tka best pitchers In the American Association, and a big. fellow by the name of Klrmayer. The others are not men ttoned for lack of space. PITCHINQ END OF TEAM ATI- FACTORY TO M'ORAW. tbpaaa it.laaa. ipavjtira. bafsra tbla. But area whan ha ia wall Hitter will have quite a Oght la6ust laavBKroaa ez tae coaat. eHroud la not a kid by aay means. He kaa bean at tba game for' several years. He knows what to Ho when celled upon. Tka same can be aald of Cook, wko, took one bath of tba big league are a tew years ago and went back to Columbus, O for seasoning. Tbla la his second chance. Ia tba mean Uma aoouta from the Claae AA mlaor leagues are hovering arovna Here iuto nawxs, waiting to pounaa down oa aay player that Mo Oraw laavaa unguarded. Joha Qan- Bel af the latarnatlonal Laarua haa aaa aare a weea aaa says mat i: tqe uiaatf wut give nun we rigct or way am aaa get a wnoie team at onoa witn oat going any further. 1 ve aet aimoat.aa much trouble an my hands In tba catching department as among' the pitchers," said McQraw. "we-va picked up H young catcher. bora within a few blocks of tba Polo u rounds, who baa a anan throw ilka Jimmy Archer. and who can hit the aau. mi aaa in aim the maklage of a great ballplayer." The Q last majaaaar waa rafarrlnv to Lew Wendell, a sob of tba former new zone police captain. Med raw had watched young Wendell around the Polo O rounds and waa ao Im pressed with blm that be brought aiong: ta tna trainine- rnmn Tbare la another younat catcher Marshall who looks vary good, and is quite a tilt between blm and to who ataall be carried "My unexpected a-ood fortune In aat' ting Perrttt haa about filled out my pitching staff aa It Is," saya McQraw, ''and If wa have no bad luck that and of tka team la In fine ehape. Bcbupp, tka vounir left hander. who has baen with ua for two years,' appears to be better tnan aver ana ought to be ready for a regular start. Schauer alao looks good. I haven't reached the point where I can moke a selection to ault myself let alone one to give out to the public because I haven't bad a chance to see what the young Ditchers can do. The weather fcaa been 'bad, and as most of themliave stiff arms It haa been Impossible to poea Judgment on them. They have not been able to turn loose. Of course, Palmero Is an exception. Ha has been pitching all winter In Cuba and Is In mid-season form Hunt now. Yes, and be appears to be a much better pitcher than ha was this time last year." A great disappointment to Mo O raw haa been' the 'illness of BUI Kilter, wno is ia tae hospital with PJe M regarded by BIG LEAGUE PENNANT HOPES AS SIZED UP BY BULGER ON TOUR. Rill flMr frha Baaatna World'a bajMbaU expert, la. on an extended our of the training canape of all taa big league duba. He Is watching the various teams In practice aad siting up In a criti cal, unprejudiced way their pen gw nosa aaa cnaaees. Base sail reevenea t the Stan whara la, terest extends ta taaaaa nntaM th. home jjlUaa, ao wttVthe desire to give the fans an expert's view of the entire baseball outlook, Tba Evening World originated the novel series whlek proved ao la terestlng last spring. The Bulger iSf'Sf. aro riving The Kvenlng World'a readera the only real Una on what may be expected la taa pennant battles to oome. FISTICNEWS AND GOSSIP Sir Mka Mkt laaaaaa i at aaaa. aat aat.ataarrj Mirataal a raeaw has tJlSMl h aahesav NaU he sj an kVae aem.ave aat shaT. as he aaeawa ne eMunar an tase se aaskha. Edgfen Is on His Way to Havana to Report Johnson-Willard Fight Robert Edgren, sporting editor of The Evening World, la oa his way to Havana; to-day to report the Johnaon-Wlllard heavyweight cham pionship fight. Tbla Is the moat Important pugilistic avent alnce the contest in Reno, Xtve years ago. In which Jefferlea lost his title to the negro.. Edgren will apand time at the training' quarters of both prln clp&la and will keep Tba Evening World's readera well Informed on every detail connected with the big battle. Conflicting, preae agent reports of condition attending the fight have reached New Yqrk from time to time, ao that fight followers are really mystified aa to tbe real state of affairs. Edgren may be depended on to write things oa he finds them, del THE EyENINO WORLD FOR HIS DAILY STORIES IF YOU WANT A REAL LINE ON THE HEAVYWEIGHT PUQILIBTIC SITUATION IN HAVANA. Edgren has covered all the Important flstlo events la this country and Europe In the last twenty years. He aaw Fltzalm'moaa beat Corbett at Carson; In 'IT and witneasedhe dowBfaUof Jeffrie ji .Reno ta mo. not to mention many tmportsjnt Jaternatlosial bataiea abroad. Ia be to, see another chkmplonshlp chaage hands t V ' ' ' for Battles at Waco To DayandTo-Mbrrow.' 'Mi aBBBaBSBBaaaaaaaaaasBBaBa ie&a MARUN. Tex., ilaareav HJaVf Giant regulars will' play at aaa-Aa- tonlo to-day and Sunday. The aeeaad 1 team wlU play at Waco ta -day J aad to-morrow. . ' to , 1 The team taken to BM' Aateal wiU : t Bescher, centre field; Thdrpe, rlit.r field: Lobert third fcaiVWatsaar,'1 anonatop; uoyie, aecona aaaer assea- grass, left Held; aferkle, arat aaaa: Bmltb and Mayers, eatekera aOr-i mayer. Bchtisp. Sebausr 'aad Far-, ritt, pitchers. Mrs. MoOraw Mrs. Locert acoompaaled.. taa That. Moaraw oaeidea te nces 'auseao chance of. anotber defeat 1 WaaM. if, be oouta 'aela:t; wa4aMwa:lyTBk; quartet af laieVasWieat' tf'aal.abe box wonc sareaa' aaiea, iTaear' are MarqUard, Tesreau, Qipe aad trend., all -In rare -good form., - . ' The rest of the team aalected far. Wire-Haired Fox Terrier Worth $7,500 Is Feature v Exhibit at Bench Show "aSt aWM- aw as wtii let psbbss, nbjl ai at lf,K SmaH Fortune Wat Paid by Qtorgt W. Quintard fir About rnatH Weak, aaa aat baa asuaa awa tssei of aate sr aaBBbtwriaats aaa ihi aaaaS aal tatad as flaWiaj la Hawaii Bock) at Bw CttTwait entae ta Bk oooatir. au fcvder Is aaat raav. Damiuam. taa asbuaaaat, far aajanaai a au A.'a af.WaHiir. OM.. oa WiteaSjy la a Wendell as along. THORPI WILL GET TRIAL At A ny.auLAR outfiildir. Tbe catching staff at nresent la mads up of Meyers, McLean, Smith and Johnson, which Is all If not one more than McQraw can carry under me new ruie. -mere ia no question that Bmltb will be kept. He will be used regularly tbla summer, and old baseball men expect him to be as great a star aa were Jimmy Archer and Breenabaa In their pafmleat days Smith waa bouarht from Savannah. Qa., and Joined tbe Qlanta laat sum mer, He caught several games to. ward tbe and of the season, and his work waa as artistic aa that of a seasoned campaigner. Even If It ahould be found advantageous to get rid or one or the old catchers it could hardly be done, because they are un der long contracts. The moat Important uisuAuust made by McQraw, however, to that be Intenda tbla summer to give Jim Thorpe a chance aa a regular out fielder. Tbla remark spread around the camp, and baa caused a near panlo among the string of outer gar deners. conslstlBC of SnodaTass. liurns, Murray, Robertson, Bescher aad Pies. Homebody Will have to go, and there la a great scurrying to cov er to avoid the scout hawks from tbe big leagues and Claaa AA minora. "Thorpe haa Improved enough to handle hlmaeif wall In the field." ays McQraw. "and 1 don't think there .is room for doubt about his being able to bit. At any rate he kaa aeea around hare long enough to be given a trial, and 1 have reason to bell era that he win make good." Already I bava discussed tba In field problem, and right now there la e sry Indication that Arthur Korea, from Portland, will get the first oall as utility man, MoQraw doesn't know yet about the disposition of Bddli 0 rant. He will be retained at poaal bla. 111a exoerlenoe will be onlta ai aseet to tbe team In case of aooldaat. TO aum up the whole eltuetlcu, Me Draw, looking toward another pea nant. aet about laat summer to strengthen his team at third base aad in the pitching department. He thinks that be baa dona this, regard! eaa of wnat tna recruits may assay. Ha se cured Hans Lobert for third base. giving me inneia more patting strength and speed. Though be let Demaree ge to Philadelphia, he baa more than filled the vacanav la Um pitching staff by the acquisition of row renuu ' Mathewaon, Marquard aad Teareaa, the three dependable men. are In ex cellent shape. If Marquard ahowa anything like his form of two years ngo, the Qlanta ought to have the best rounded out pitching squad la tke nsuonui jeague. aaata' J4aav Baaa wm be aaa aM TllMi ' MaaavtottaiaaiMw Msa Wdamintil te Mu aaaa WaUata, Bat BMaBva teMSjtrMamt, a a taiaad a- at)BV aawUas Oab la tao waaa WeBeet as aaats t SM aae-aw ssm aawsi of at local vaat aaaa. Sliftn hate aw . Osaa, t- Wnae WOhe k saaas as ta aaat ;ieaHe auar, aaaai'ttaiiiiiaei. aw taasa all Ntna to Wi tas at alt aleb htoaaar alakl ateMat ynaMe OaaW tm of Kaitoa aad TeeM.aew at imm Ola r.aai lark THIRTEENTH REGIMENT'S SPRING GAMES TO-NIQHT. Athletic enthusiasts win flock to the Thirteenth Realraeat Armory to-nlgbt to sea the athletea of the regiment, one of the strongest organisations In the country, compete In their annual sprint games. Among the cracks who will battle for the honora of their reepeetlve oorapanles are Abel Ktrlat, Bid Leslie, Frank Stevenson, Tom Kelly. Jim Ross, Eddie Goodwin, Hugh Hlrshon, Dan Ferris, AI Plnkerton, Percey Meyer and Jim Byrne. One of the greatest flat-floor bike races of the decade will be seen when the riders line up for tho open amateur scratch two-mile tricycle race. In which AI Leke.vda!e Ooodwln, Hal Llthtflne, BH1 Van den Drlaa and othur rr-k I pedal pushers of the district will race, I Lake's great race In Buffalo a fort- Be is at Meal rorat A .A .U. WRESTLING MEET IN THE GARDEN TQ-OAY. The A. A. U. wasUIng meet' will take place this afternoon aad fa. , . . . Ml , aian a wwiiivh bjuhi amraea wsts the Bastera tryouta for the Fi Pacific Kx position okataploaahipa will oe neio. .over auty aouu wm be do elded. Bis cissies will be represeated. They are 101 pound. 111 pound. III pound, 141 pound. 111 pound and heavyweight. The preliminary bouta will start at I o'clock In the afternoon. Each bout will be limited to fifteen minutes. The refereo will decide tbe winner If r ,,,o null u, nw different classes will be held la the evening In conjunction with the tug-of-war competition. The heaviest en try came rr which will Er'su-fc 18 Inches of Hoo Charity Stiow at 71st Regiment Ar mory Attracts Best Canines. THERE are enough police, dogs at tbe Charity Dog Show, now on In the Seventy-first Regiment Armory, to clean up all the lawbreak ers In New Tork. This particular bread of canine la known as the Qer- Knseselesas k.1U ay w step man aheep dog and . attracts a lot of attention Because oi iomr buuwu quallnoaBtona. But the hunters of law breakers are only one of tbe feature of one of tbe beat bench ahowa ever held in tbla city. In the section reserved for the wire nairad fax terriers deorre W. Quin tard, In a space ot not more than ala feat, ahows about 110,000 worth of dog flesh. Included In this exhibit, to tbe three-year-old Wire boy of Paignton. for WMCn Mr. MUintara paia fiHw. This to about the meet expensive dog In tbe country, when you consider that 17,100 to the value placed on about eighteen lnche of dog. Tbe lover of the big and Shaggy haired aanlne found much to enthuse over In the email exhibit of the New foundlands. Up to the present ahow nasi! Lees la a IWsuaat baals at taw af a ess- eh ea Aanl S. MaaaisT Feetr Paw say - u aeaa'aw wtoeer af fas Otraato A. O. el tke etat teat X. o. las aainnil vUl Bang tosaauv Ush Uabaa, Mtaara's bat laiaaiaaw. af Is bast teey. aa toy hto nsslt of ka aau Oswtor WUto asms to tabs buss- Mtnwm ataws Oaidas as autTkaweW alatt. XaeA b4 ban labal tetos beta 1U Waae. aat Baa wat- k etsiew White' BBBliia ham eseh s aaaa to balatat at BUM Q rate's the Newfoundland haa been little vry dor lover, aad particularly tke children. The big but gentle Bty BaraardJiaa a. lot of apace "at this showw Jknd tae Great Dana la alaa varv nmmlnuit These maaslve and nowarful don am greauy aamirea, out xrom a distance. I WOUia bats to nava ta nav tha butcher bills for tboaa brutaar ra. marked a visitor to the attendant at me ureal vane exnibit. Well. I don't know how much tkav eat," waa tbe rejoinder, "but I gueaa It would keep an ordinary laborer work ing pretty bard providing meal for uoee reuowa." A breed that to much admired to tke Old English abeep dog. They are large and have a crat of hair that makes them look from a distance like a bundle of wool. The long hair bangs over the eyes. Theee dog are great bouse pets and are very valuable. Practically all -of tka prixe winners at the recent snow In Mad ison Square Qarden are benched, and some of the benches are literally covered with blue ribbons. The toy dogs are aheltered In tbe rear of the big armory. These frail canines must be kept away from the big noise. Many oz uiem are oencbed In glass cases lined with plush and expensive tapestry. At tbe case of one ot tbe tiny toy spaniels aat an elderly exhibitor preparing one of three morsels of dog flesh for tbe prise ring. Bheiiad a "party box" that con tained all the articles - for the dog's aftarpoon toilet Tbe dog's same waa engraved on the box. Tba ahow will continue to-day, and the large crowd that was on band Waco la: Plea, left field: Great. ond base: Brainerd. third baae:. Hoa- ertson, centre field, Korea, sbuitstep: Murray, right field; Holka, first beae Wendell and Johnson, catchers. , DODQKRi. DAYTONA, Flo March . TUB ble" and bla Hoblna made th 'Ath letics look very much like they ad tbe Stetson University last-'weak; when they stood the boys treat De land on their heads by a score at II toO. Yesterday's game was pat away, la the very first chapter, when twetre men faced Pitcher Volts, SBtrlBg eight rune. Score: Brooklya, Ut Athletics, 7. . In tha onenlna- aaaatoa faobaMa BBt off with a trlpls to deep left ftala, ar also contributed another ea Bto'BeaVr ond appearance at tae plats mmm: innlar. A trio of other uta-ewaaFjkt uted by his teammataa, aleag trkst four bases oa balls, aa error aaai a- wlld pitch, gave tae Baaiaa eaaatja runt to win the game. " ' " 1 500 ENTRIES RECEIVED FOR HIGH SCHOOL MEETr U . John T. Nlekoiaee. prtoclsal fMa, Washington HelgkU KriWHT Ikkak, School, baa received more Oaa a eaw tries for the Indoor chaatpteaihlM ,- tbe EventDg High aad Trade the City of New Tork. which ia heMac tae Beveanr-nratiaia morv. Thlrrr-fourth Street Avenue, next Friday, evening. A special two-mue mcycie n fatftra tha faaat wlM IHBUW Eddie Ooedwin, I risk -Ass art oaa A OL Ai Lake, New xora a. amay " Den Dries, New Tork A. a. aaa. Llghtflne. the la. A. u. rara mirht to Ba full of all four boys are former rhampe. V far alaaaf to the Wa at a ftotorke at Baaate wa.. hat aiwstsBiB af als to Meat af reaM htoaa a. O. of ninwi. s,fc, rTTST OBaeas tHS ae htaaiet ay ato astlbar kUat, wao at ba ttobast fat a asset at tae Oerata wttk Taa aaa eeMte ahowa. There are tnree je oiaca yoaicru7 ,uu,i.ko iu.i speclmena at the amory that attract aum will be realised for charity. Bill Donovan Gives Out Yankees' Bqtting Order Hill . flTtlba wt'to tae aaVhitieBBaaw Best tots Ian. Toaleb k ett aaat jkaag Daffy, tbt , O.. white be vUl bss Mat OoUbtni U tbt aaatrtnil to tba AI Biltb Alton Ftlky ftoU st tba aeU tbaa at fas tasM oh. Jack Dor. sad BtUr snettr eaa Mt ssuoae aaa Mast Mtek alat bos ta tae aunt cart wtU Ltoaart tea ooay. A O. Cole, Warhop and Fisher Card ed to Twirl Against Savannah Club To-Day. lb) Btows Oraaaasa A. A. BBtohay sal Qainstini a. O. wlU hskt bastes aator lulfb tab) rtatog. Tba ftoklt wko wlU asptar at ataent ate Ttaaay Tataet tad sBkt Meltaest aad WIBto Oatoa at Taaat astw. IBs saatbaj tail to Jet Otaaty aal Teoaf Meal aal Teat Bttttoa aal Stak Sarba. At tbt Qllun r A a Catjt MiPaetiM aatto Dwt atonaal tad awMr satatoi tosBke Obartar AW bwto el btoetetk. at Maaist aai baa aBBBad It ftsat aW wav aw at tbt BBli mil batolt bataaas Jthtat Dtaasa aal Jet Astttlt. (at OBIiitli i. aatoh w ba toat U MeaabBv. Taaa.. aa aaat Moa aayta. altaaw eat tae ttotw taa taaa to. traat fat tajbt ttaalt aa tba aaat af Mat at. ft latta see ta f a Beteer It Brtos to bttak a stoat! by taaa ap fltMest te bos oadar Ua miaisl TM lauat ttraapar to m tat aeatotaaky to ttato Uaaaat aaltr a"a wtof to ltota Brows, tba tatt dt ItoUasliM. As Battark' tftar t ftw atrt fkjtaaa, Ibt abaacta tie tbtt ha silt kttt Seta la a law aait.i Bart I attt aaaa la sattkat boat hi Be Ml eeuk etth Itoaaa atoaebd to Tbe aVatta Warid.) SAVANNAH, Oa., March JO. ILL. DONOVAN baa his first op portunity to see tbe Yankee regulars under Are In anything like a real ball game to-day wnen they meet tbe Savannah South Allan tlo Leagutrs In the Initial exhibition contest of tbe season. Donovan gave oat tke following batting order late last nUfhti Malaal, sat High, lf Cree, of Plsp, 1k Cask, rf PeoWnpauah, M eene, Ski ween ay and Nu namakar, o Celt, Warhop and Fisher, a. A Yankee basketball team consist ing of Peokinpaugh. Tamm, Plpp, Flshtr, Cree and Schwert defeated the local Y. M. C. A. team by a score of 4S to 1 last night. The Y boys put up a strong game, but the Yankee. enrollment was maaa up euiireiy ui ex-college stars at tbe aponL and they had been practising up for the occasion. There waa lots ot "pep" la Us xaaaee wonc decline to admit that there la any buslnesa significance to the parleys. Donovan admits, however, that the local colt pitcher, Smallwood, looks like a good prospect to have a future carT'on. and there la good reason to assume that the local people would like the first choice on the Yankees' surplus players ' when the weeding out procesa begins. Wagner Kaoeka Oat Forbee. Young Wagner, the crack west side featherweight, knocked out Eddie Forbes of dreens Fallt In the first round of a scheduled ten-round bout at the Long Acre A. C. Wagner tore after Forbes from the opening belt and rushed him against the ropes, scoring heavily on the body with both hands. After being separated by the .tref eree Wagner shot over a rlcht-hand wallop to Forbes's chin and tbe. latter cropped to,, the can vaa for we run count. LevtaekT Whips Ketohel, Battling Levlnsky defeated BUI Ketchtt in a ten-round bout at the Thirty-fifth Street Athletlo Club., Ketcbtl showed up, well In the first two rounds. He sent some hard blows to Levlnaky'a body. Levlnsky got started In the third round and from then on b,a battered tbt east aiaer mi y. Lorv'KaSy for Sheridan. SAGINAW, Mich., March 0. Mickey Sheridan, earned a popular decision over JehnnyvLore. laat night in a ten maat alaa nnnridea for tan the Evening High School atadeate. for the evening elementary a DaaKetnau game, wnien championship ot the sen oois. atadeate, faar eatoTA: EVENING WORLD'S HEADPW TOUftNBT .Last NlghVe tatoleBtaK Kiel TTlwlagT waaat1 af?ot,5ik1eT af i sawat ,' ittt7e7aSsamC' High Team Seer. rust D.e-u ataer usy.............a Feb Winner. J;WeV! rtnt D. P ,m..mVm) ............... 9., ,,M.B Brooklya Celtics ve. Camttaaataas. 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