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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, FEBRU ABY1.7, 1922.
Intercollegiate rowing regatta remains at poughkeepsie THE GARDEN IS ROUGH ON CHAMPS - - - By Thornton Fisher Copyright, 1J22 O'sw Tor., livening World) by Presa Fubllshlng Co. WILL BE FEATURE FEATURE OF BIG ATHLETIC MEET JOE LNNCP OE.VIEVE.& PEVE HE.R-H&K OF THC BANTAM TITLE. IN THE msroRtC OLD AUoex GENE TUNE.y TOOk THE AMB.RCfr( UCKV HEAWWSt&HrflTie AVrtV fPOM eYTUNb t3 THE CARDEN SUBURBAN QUARTER , .. . m 1 EACH CMAN6B op rroE If ft it j . r I' ' Champion Dempscy Lands an Actor Job at the Hip podrome. JACK DEMPSKY has cot himself a job, not a fighting job. but one that will help keep tho wolf from tho door until something In the fistic line turn up. Managor Jnck Kcarns tells us that after a lot of hustling round he has practically landed tho Champion In a sinecure ut our own Com town Hippodrome. Unless a calendar mlx-up occurs. Dcmpscy win opto on Fob. 27. Ho will bo the principal In a talking net, maybe a rionoiogue', and u llttlo boxing stunt after It. Dempney arrived hero from Los Angeles Wednesday morning looking tor work. Ho said ho hail to do some thlng to keep going to buy tho bis cuits, and on there wan nothing like H Immediate fight In prospect liml to fill ;f or tho next best thing the stage, iempsey has never been seen as un actor tn New York, although ho 1ms had some experience "on tho road" throughout tho Northwest. IF.'thero Is anything that burls sport ' It Is commercialism. It Is the root , , 6t all the evils that are being "jfaitfred up to football Just now. It Is affecting baseball, and Injected Into bolting Is bound to havo disastrous re iulti. Buoh, are tho sentiments of TOtB O'Rourko. Deputy Boxing Com toteiloner. a rr m who has seen the boxlfig game flourish and go down In tu& more through tho fault of people who have Used the sport for personal advancement than for any other rea son. Speaking of the $40,000 offer from Hugh Le Blahc to Jack Brltton to meet a Canadian welterweight and of. Joe McCarthy's bid of $25,000 for the welterweight champion to box MfcWey Walker In Boston, O'Rourke ayst' "It la a great mtstako and one oj 4ffctch I believe you will agree witn me, this offering of fabulous sums ot mjjaey .by ticket speculators and ctor, managers who ore not licensed or Save any interest tn boxing clutx. They only use tho boxing game to advertise their other Interests. Tho same may be said of many of .he Jrets agents of clubs who do tho samo thing when they know boxers ni compelled to box on a percentage In all main bouts." :"In tho first place," adds the vet eran Tom, "Boston could not afford to make any such offer for a Bntton iid Walker bout, becauso the tight wouldn't draw well enough to make any promoter go to that extreme foi tt. The le Blanc proposition also looks of the bunk variety. If there 's 6bs thing that Gov. Miller Is op posed to particularly In boxing it is thh commercialism, and thoso with tho,. Interest of tho sport at heart should lay off that stuff." Another thing that Is bothering Mi. O'Rourke Is the tendency to connect tho boxing gamo with Tex Rlckard'n present troubles. Without going inf any. phase of tho latter, tho Dpuiy Commissioner says tho public should know that the case grew out of 'ho Madison Square Garden swimming pool and should have no beating oa Uoxlhg whatsoever. BILLY MITCHELL, brother rd manager of tho famous Richm and Ptnkcy of Milwaukee, sen.is us. a long Bcreed boosting I'lnkey n connoctlong with a fight lvith clthc Benny Leonard or Jack Brttton. Pinkey was matched with Leonard only recently, but ducked the issue at the last minute been use of an ut tack of neuritis. He was very fortu nata at the time In not losing tho forfeit ho had up, Billy Gibson, man agai of Leonard, refusing to tnkn It. but slnco rlnkey whs suspended by the Ejtate Boxing Commission for not notifying It of his condition curlier tijan he did. However. It takes more tnan that to 'keep tho Mitchell family down. Listen to this from .Manager Billy: "Every time there is any need of publicity for Champion Benny Leon- ahi In the lightweight division the name of- Jack Brltton. wclterwolcht Umninn. Ik Hrniih. iMn t,. bring Brltton Into consideration with v..-...,..--, ... the lightweight title when there are some very good 135-pound boys wait ing .for a chance at the title against Mr. Leonard? Why go Into a heavier division to box Brltton when he can Have .a man box him at the light Weight limit of us poundn and ask no favors? Brltton cannot make less than 145 pounds, which Is the welter weight limit, or, us most of the con ditions stipulate now, 147 pounds at 3 o'clock. . "Pinky Mitchell has founght Jack Brltton ten rounds, no decision, and be papers were divided as to who won the verdict In that hattin Mitchell demonstrated that he has an excellent chance of beating the welter eaamplon If they ever met again.' bvent for ISO-Pound Crew dded Attraction at 3ivr Regatta. By Alex. Sullivan. r UK Intercollegiate Rowing Regatta, ono of the most important sporting events conducted anywhere In the world, will be held again this year at Poughkeepsie on Juno 26, tho West Shore Railroad agreeing to provide an observation train, which It had previously refused to do. The same cars that will be provided for the Harvard-Yale regatta, at New Lon don, June 23, will be used. Ono of tho features of this year's programmo will bo a raco for 160 pound crows. This will be in addi tion to tho varsity, freshman and Junior varsity events. Already Co lumbia and Pennsylvania have agreed to enter crows, and It is thought that Cornoll and Syrncttaa will follow suit. At least two en tries must bo received in order that the race he held, as no walkover will he allowed In cbbo of a single entry. The question of the scene of this yearn intnrcolleglato classic was doubtful up to tho meeting of the stewards, ns tho refusal of tho West Shore Railroad to funlsh an observa tion train had aroused the collegians so lhat they were thinking seriously of holding tho regatta on tho Harlem River. Howover, the railroad people capitulated and notified ihe stewards that they could count on the observa tion train. The race for ISO-pound crews la no new thing in college rowing, as It was Introduced several years back at the American Henley at Philadelphia and proved a real hit. Columbia was the last membor of the association to agreo to the uddimr of the race to the Intercollegiate programme. Harvard and Yale are the only Eastern colleges who'll not be Invited to participate In this year's regatta. Invitations will also be extended to Wisconsin, Princeton, Michigan, Stanford, California and Washington, In addition to the regular entries ot the association membera. California, Leland Stanford and Washington will meet late in the spring to ucclde tho Coast champion ship, and It Is considered u certainty that the winner of tho championship out there will come East to fight tho championship of tho U. S. A. It Is probablo that the entry list will Include six crews, tho Navy, the win ner on the Coast, Syracuse, Columbia, Cornell and Ponn. One or two of the colleges repre sented ut tho meeting wuntcd tho dis tance of tho varsity nice extended to four miles, as It was for years, but It was voted to aguln hold It over u thrce-mlln course uh last year. The controversy with tho railroad centred about the matter of providing tint cars for the observation train. Tho rati officials contended Unit the cost of providing u train Including that of refitting cam In the shops and tying up traffic during tho regatta would bo excessive, anil in order to make a profit the railroad would be compelled to charge almost exorbitant prices. After communicating with the athletic authorities ut Vulo and Harvard, the stewards decided to fol low tho expedient adopted last year and use tho same cars as thoso used In the Thames River train. To thin proposition the railroad yielded. Julian Curtlss, who rcfcrccd tho races last year, will bo invited to uct in a similar capacity this June, The stewards who were present ut the meeting wero Morton G. Boguc, Columbia; Churlcs K. Trcman, Cor- ncll; Samuel H. Cook, Syracuse, und j J. A. Brown, Pennsylvania. Graduate managers present wero Watt of Co lumbia, Berry of Cornell, Bushncll of Pennsylvania and Thurston of Syra cuse. Harvard Offer Oar to Snliooltioj Crew. CAMBRIDGE. Mass., Feb. t7 Indica tions that tho nuvy Is scrapping Its oars with its guns and battleships were con tained In letters sent out to-day by Dr. It. Hcbor Howe Jr.. director of lowing I at Harvard University, Tno Government has told to Harvard 537 .tub"lur oafs' Ur' 'le wrote to the TP"1: "Prvlora at several schools in " viciimy. ana iiaryaru is willing to make a number of Ihnm ni'ulliitiln in schools to'hclp out Intcrscholastic row ing. liars discarded by the navy ore now being used for dormitory and class crews at Harvard, he said. COLUMBIA FRESHMAN FIVE DEFEATS BARNARD SCHOOL. The Columbia freshman basketball team added another victory to Its rec ord yesterday afternoon by defeating tho Barnard School by a score of 37 to 24. It was the nmt defeat of the sea son for the high school team and the eighth straight triumph for the Morn Ingslde Heights yearlings. Dockerlll and Strom were the stars for the victors, while Farre'l did the best work for Barnard. . &onh moM LSNcy A.r ebbets " f ; j HP HIS AGE- BBITTOM LIVE ByNeal R. O'Hara. , sNew York nvrnins World) by rrest rubllKhtnc Co. Coivrlnht. 10. IF BASEBALL WERE BUSINESS- Alex Fish, second string sales manager of tho Floozcy Vacuum Cleaner Corp., has announced that ho will refuso to report for work next month unions granted a healthy Increase. "1 sold 48 vacuum cloanors out of 73 prospects last fall," said Fish, "and unless the management gives me 14,800 salary and a three-year contract I am brush league and sell stun for thorn." Joe Ylpskl, champion riveter, sent back his pay envelope unopened to the Clncor-Flote Shipbuilding Co. yesterday. "I can't soe working at the old salary," said Joe to tho reporters. "Thoy will havo to pay me $50,000 a year and a bonus of $1.25 per rivet or else I'm going Into vaudeville as a scene shifter. Thero Is more money In It." Benjamin Walrus, utility bookkeeper for the Klunk-Klank Auto Co., has refused to be transferred from tho Omnlia branch office to Chicago. "I don't report in Chicago unless I get a substantial Increase tn dough," was the way Ben put It. "This Chicago office takos In ten times as much darby as the Omaha branch und 1 demuud my share." "Piesldcnt Haiti Ing can pay me $20,000 a year and give me a long-term contract or I won't report nt tho next session of the Circuit Court," said U. S. District Attorney Wunk of Clnclnnapolls. "I've been winning cases now for tho last three years on a salary of $7,500 and It's about time some body kicked In." . Manhattan Lassies Play Inwood For Female Contest Scheduled for Garden Arouses Great Interest Among Local Fans. Arrangements havo been completed for a gamo which will decide tho fe male championship of New York City Tho Contest will bo staged at Madison Squaro Garden on Sunday evening with tho Manhattan 1 .assies and tho Inwood Girls us tho contesting teams Both tho lassies nnd tho Inwood team have gained victories over nil of the leading girls' teams. In view of tho 1,000 ENTRIES PREDICTED, FOR HEADPIN TOURNEY Every mall Is bringing additional entries for Tho Evening World head pin tournament to "Uncle Jik.-" Thum. who bus for many yews conducted this big bowling tournament, which has done so much to make lxiwlors proficient by teaching them to hit the heju" pin. Among tho late entiles an those from tho Commonwealth Howl ing Club, Brooklyn, Traxelns Insur ance Indemnity Company, ten teams; Martin Tiro Corporation, ono team, und WullalHjtit Storage Company, Brooklyn, ono team. "I'nclo Joo" predicts that thero will lie close on to a thousand entries. DODGERS SELL KRUEGER; SCHUPPSIGNS CONTRACT Ernie Krueger, second Rtrlni: cutrhnr on last year's Brooklyn Imwlmll team. has been purcliasea ny tho Cinelnnnil club for a cash consideration On the completion of the dual KriH-gr was re loaned by the Reds to Mm Indianapolis chib of tne American Association. fwo moro slgnea comrnru wc-ro re ceived by tho Dodgers. -,.rl Schupp sent bis In yestcrany, ns win ns Iwen Dell, a semlpro pitcher from Buffalo. M'XAMAUA AMI KCKI,r. OA IX 1,AI CHICAGO, Feb. 7.-rWiM MeNa tnara of Newark, N. J and KrntMt Kockler of Chicago gained n hp in ( six-day bike race here lust night nd are leading to-day with 1 miles. three laps ami tz p'nii i0 credit. their "JPCS- the oubstion at the Garden Jl t I (fcl ) WIRES going to Jump to tJie old-faflhloncd Basketball Title Interest which has accompanied the girls games In this city the managers or tho I.nssles and the Inwood Girls havo agreed to play tho game at the Garden, hu that all of the fans may bo accommodated. Tho contest will sorvH us a preliminary to the Ccltlo eamden game. The Original Celtics gulned the leud In the Kustern League race by defeating Camden 20 to 19 at Camden. Atrthe end of tho first half tho Celtics stood In the load by a margin of one point. When the final whistle wuh blown tho two teams wero deadlocked with u tally of 17 all. An extra five minutes of play was railed, during which Bookman scored u field, goal Tho Camden team, however, also tallied nnd tied the score, ngaln, In the last twelve seconds of play Johnny Heckman shot a foul which gitvu tlio gnmo to tho Celtics. A league comprising all of tho lea l lug Jewish organizations In Greater NV.w York has been constructed Thn Hurlem Hehiow Institute, Central Jitwlsh Institute, Bronx Jewish Ccti- trn, .fowlsh Centro of the East Side untl tho Stuyvesant Neighborhood Houso represent somo of tho quintets which are members of the league. Amateur rules will bo used by the new ly formed organization and u cup will bo presented to thn teum winning tho championship. tilnco must of the pluyers who represent tho combina tions uro-. former high school und col lege sturs, tho fans expect keen com petition. Tho Now York National Basketball team gained four consecutive victories In tho Stute of Wisconsin whoro that tenm Is now playing Mllwaukeo was humbled by a tally of 25 to II. Kenosha offered less opposition than the Milwaukee Five and that qulntot was defeated by n score of 74 to 2!'. The Nationals won over Beaver Dum by a score of 29 to 20 The most ex citing contest was staged ngalnst the Juncsvlllo Five. The latter team utmost turned the tables on the New Yorkers, but after a grand spurt in tho final stage of the game, tho Na tionals scored enough points to gain for themselves n victory to tho tune of 17 to 14. Christ Church House Seniors con quered tho Hudson Guild Seniors at the former tcum's court liyythe score of 30 to 26 On next Monday evo- ntng m nuason uuna, tne unurun 1 Seniors will pla; a return contest. HAU? HIS AGE- BriVTOM IS 37 - SHADE 19 Jack Britton Welter Dave Shade Is Conceded a Chance to Win Champion ship in 15-Round Bout. By John Pollock. Jack Brttton, welterweight cham pion, will defend his title tn a sched uled flftecn-round bout against Dave Shade in the main event at Madison Square Garden to-night. Shade has been boxing In good form lately and conceded a good chance to win the tltlo. The other bouts wilt bring to gether Eddie Fitzstmmons vs. Jimmy Hanlon of Denver, Tommy Noble of England vs. Popper Martin, and Andy Kid" Palmer vs. Jimmy O'Gatty. Gen Tunney. ntio stopped Whltey Wenzel of I'lttsbursh In :-ur rounds at the Ice Pal ace of Philadelphia, maktne hln seventh Knockout victory tn his last eight flchU. nllt try for another K. O. In nnetoo to- nlKht. It will bo against nrmlllo Spalls, the Italian heavyweight, tn a ten-round go at a show to he staged by the Commercial A. C. tn Mechanics Uuildlng there. Chsmplon Johnny Dundee, holderof the 130-pound title, will add a few thousand dollars more to his bank account, as hs will receive that amount for battling Johnny Darcy, thu promising local lightweight, tn a ten-round bout to a decision at Providence. It. I., to-night. A nig crowd is cipectud In attend the show, as Dundee Is the first champion that h.ia appeared In that city In )fcars. A match has just bean clinched between George K. O. Chaney of Baltimore and Alex Hart of Cleveland, who Is being brought to the front by Champion Johnny Kllbant. Cl'ianuy and Unit will battle for clGht rounds at the Ice Palace In Philadelphia on Tues day night. Johnny Alealey and Whltey Flu gerald. both of "Phllly," will clash In tin. euml-Clnal of eight rounds. A battle for the T.'c'.tcmclglil title of New Hiigland will he fought at thn Mechanics Building In Boston on Monday night. The men who will clash are Nato Hlcgcl and Hddle Bhevlln, the veterun fighter of that city As both men have a big following of friends in mat ruy, mn indications arc that the hall will he packed to Us rapaittv i nujr mui u.ikb u .vine,-. "What They're Saying To-Day;' " fear Aaron must hegin a campaign of magnificent Inactivity, feed inn, tmokino and lodging the while on the laurels of the last World's Scries." Secretary Barrow of tho Yankees, speaking of Ward's demand for $10,000 n year. "Mr. Waid is not talking to the Yankees when he demands $10,000 a year through the newspapers," Col. Huston of tho American Lenguo Champions. "U'o haue- one of the largest salary rolls In baseball. Wa hate cut nobody. We have made many increases. We havo been reasonable and have gone as far as tec uill." President Ruppert of tho Yankees. "Did you ever see a player that was more serious and at the same time more generous than Slumidzu at Forest IlillsT" Chairman Black of the Tennis Umpires' Association Committee of tho U. S. L. T. A. "Fatr 1 should say not. I am in perfect physical condition, and that without the mental strain of an impending ootflc." Jack Dempsey, heavyweight champion of tho world. .' am now in the contracting business, and I must devote my time to it, hence I cannot gxvc the proper attention to rowing." Jack Kelly, Olymnlo champion blnglo sculler. "A great many of us whu are closely connected with stclmmliK? believe that educators could render a great service to school girls, and humanity at large, by encouraging water sports." Miss Charlotte Epstein. Manager of tho team of the New York S. A. informed lluUrt Leonard announcement ot his ictUemtnt he Detroit Tigers. fEA,RS oLt Defends Title To-Night Having secured the decision over Hockey Kansaa In their fifteen-round championship battlo at Madison Square Garden last 1'rl day night. Benny Leonard la now the owner of the diamond belt offered him for defend. Inr the lightweight title three tiroes. Benny has defeated Joe Welling, Ritchie Mitchell of Milwaukee and Itockey Kansas. Leonard Is the first champion to defend his title three times. Joe TIplIU, the great Uttle lightweight tighter of Philadelphia, who haa won many fights In the laat sli months, either by a de cision or a knockout, ts to engage In another contest at Philadelphia on. Saturday night He will swap punches with Phil Salvatore, the sturdy California lightweight, tn the feature bout of eight rounds at the NaUonal A C. of Philadelphia. Irish Johnny Curtln, the Jersey City ban tamweight, who secured the decision over Abe Friedman ot Boston In a ten-round bout al the Casino A. G. of Fall River. Mass., on Tuesday tilth t, was matched Immediately after the contest to meet Terry Martin of Providence for ten rounds at the same club on the night ot March 8. Mike Burke ot Greenwich Village, the promising young heavyweight, haa been signed up to battle Young Hlckey In a twelve-round bout at a show to be brought off at the Hamilton A. C. ot Passaic. N. J., on next Thursday night. Burke bae on his last three bouts and Is showing con siderable Improvement In his fighting Bid Barbarian, Michigan's candidate for the lightweight boxing championship now held by Benny Leonard, and who, several weeks ago, gave Rockey Kansaa such a great fight In the West, has been booked up for another Important fight. He will go acalnst "Pinky" Mitchell, the Milwaukee lightweight, In a ten-round bout at Mil waukee on March 2. On account of Archie Walker, the former amateur, fiavlng a swollen arm, he has been forced to cancel his twelve-round bout with Sailor Joe Kelly at the Rldgewood Grove Sporting Club of Brooklyn on Saturday night. Joe Conn, the English fighter, has boeji to cuied to go against Kelly. Roy McFaiVnd meets Danny Ross tn the other twelve-round Co. Tete Hobln, the young Belgian welter weight champion of Europe, has Just ar rived here from abroad, accompanied by his manager, Adolph Laenen. Hobln lias fought seeral Interesting fights, having boa ten ull the stars of Belgium. Including the middle w-eignis ana iigni iieavyweigm. that I consider his demand as from baseball." President Navln on of MS BGEH Vlft THE. DECISION pours EVERETT M'GOWAN WINS SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP. SARANAC LAKE, Feb. 17. By scoring 170 points in the three days' meet here, Everett Me Gowan of St. Paul won the Amer ican professional outdoor skating championship from the former title holder, Arthur Staff of Chi cago, -who scored 160 for the meet. Edmond La my of Saranao Lake was third with 100 points, and Bobby McLean of Chicago was fourth with 50. Fink Extend Jay Gould in Scuash Match There were no upsets In the third round of the national squash tennis championship on the courts of the Har vard Club yesterday afternoon, all of the favorites coming through handily. The fen'ure match was that In which Jay Could of the Columbia Club defeat ed R. Earl rink of the Crescent A. C 163, 158. The score does not Indicate the fine effort Fink made against the Columbia Club star, who was forced to the ut most every moment of the match. Fink, who bas been one of the prominent contenders In all of the local tourneys for several years, played far beyond his usual ability. Ho had speed, placed ac curately and his defensive tactics wero all that could be expected or any player. Thomas Coward, the Yale Club star, who stands out In the upper half of the draw, defeated D. M. Bomelaler, a dub mate, handily, and W. Prentiss Sanger of the Harvard Club eliminated G. E. Abbot, who recently won the Class B. title. John Taylor of the Princeton Club la another prospect In tho upper half, but It Is unlikely that any of those will bother Coward. In the lower half It appears certain that Gould will meet F. Van S. Hyde, the defending champion. In the eml- flnal round. Hyde defeated C. J. lie Gulre of tho Yule Club, 152, IS 3. C Golf News ) I'lNEIJURST. N. C, Feb. 17. Charlie Mothcrsole, the Western pro. and George Kerrigan of White Beeches, won by 3 and 2 against Bert Nlcoll of Belmont Spring and Fred Mlley of Homestead In a professional best-ball match played In a rainstorm on the No. 3 course. They nulshnd with a best ball of 73. PALM BEACH. Fla.. Feb. 17. The serai-final round In tho women's golf championship brought tho favorllo play ers to the fore for tho final round. Miss Bessie Fcnn of Poland Springs ' won from Mrs. Douglas W. Paige of New York with llttlo effort, scoring 4 and 3. and to-day meets young Miss Dorothy Kiotz of Wlnnctka. 111., who vanquished Miss Lois Stumer ot Chicago by a mar gin of 5 up and 3 to play. BELLEAIIt HEIGHTS, Fla., Feb. 17. John O. Anderson of Slwanoy will meet Joseph Schlotman of Detroit In thu final of the annual Washington's Birthday golf tournament here to-day. Anderson won rather easily from Henry .T Topping of Greenwich. He ran off with four of tho first five holes and was able to hold his margin to tho end. Top ping played Indifferently at the start. BARTON AND ciriONGOOD WIN SNOOKER MATCHES. George Barton and C. Shongood wero the winners of last night's matches In tho snooker btlllards championship tour nament now tn progress at Doyle's Bill iard Academy. Barton easily defeated Al Thomas by a score ot 100 to 19, while Shongood triumphed over M. Bernstein, the title holder, by a score of 100 to 46. B. 8heppard won the English billiards contest from J. Brown by a scoro of 200 to 163. Knights of St. Antony Games Dravvs Classy Field of Runners. Tho Suburban Quarter, tho feature raoe of the annual Knights of St Antony games, which will bo staged at the llth Regiment Armory to night, will have one of the best fields that ever entered this hlatorlo raoe. Included among entrants nru suet athletes of renown as Walter Kop plsch, the Columbia star, who holds tho metropolitan Indoor championship at the distance; BUI Sevcnson of Princeton, national 440-yard tltle- holdor: Jimmy O'Brien of Loughlln Lyoeum. Bernle Wefera Jr. and Jack Sellers of the New York Athlotlo Club, and possibly Jack Driscolt ot Boston, who won the "Casey" 600 for the third time the other evening. Jrhat Is one ot the Impending events that may be worth a postal card to the folks at home. Another Is the meeting to-morrow night of Jolo Bay. perhaps the world's greatest distance runner, nnd Walter Biggins, ot Columbia, pret ty generally regarded as the Hnest prospect tiie American distance field nt fords. They will come to tho mark In a 3,000-mctre special ra-o at the WUco A. A. games in the same armory anl Bay may have to run his twinkling shanks off to dnlsh In front. A record, of course. Is always possible any time Bay steps on the track Other nominated starters Include "Blondy" Remlg. of Penn State, na tional two-mile Indoor champion; tlarl Johnson, the Pittsburgh Negro, nho nolds the national title at five and ten miles. Max Uohiand, Metropolitan In door champion at two miles: Don Foreeman, who won tho Jiree-mlle race at the International games at Travcre Island, and Kddlo Uarvey, once good, now a bit passe. A special series of sprints at fifty, eventy-Ove and ono hundrod yards, featuring some ot the best short dis tance men In the East, and the metro politan half-mile championship are added attractions of tho WUco pro gramme. Harry Helme. the Buffalo dlstancer, was expected to be a starter In the WUco 3,000 metre special, but Harry has been served with the glad news that he stands suspended by the Ni agara Association of the A. A. U. for his failure to appear In a recent race In Buffalo. Helme. It U understood. injured his leg and could not start In this event, yet tho suspension stands. CHAMPION TAKES 'CHARGE OF BROTHER'S TRAINING. Wtaxlek Zbyszko had his flnat bout with Dave Shade yesterday Zyazko added boxing to the curriculum ot his training for the wrestling watch witn Joe Stecher, which will be the head flner in the wrestling show at MadUon Square Garden on Tuesday nlgnt From now on Stanislaus Zbyszko. the present world s champion, win taKo complete charge of his "llttlo brother's" t.alnlnc. Stan, &c Is especially anxious to nave Wladek beat Stecher In this match. Stecher Is regarded as the most dan gerous of all tho wrestlers, and the on most ltkely to relieve the champion ot his title. Joe's "scissors" hold Is especially effi cacious in gaining rolling falls, and It the former Nebraska farmer can bi eliminated by Wladek. there wlU bo a more certain chance of the title remain ing 'n the Zbyszko family. Sale! Tub bargains for boys small boys 1 First thing to-morrow morning ! Nothing doing to-day! Wash Sailors, Middies OUver Twists, Junior Nor-, Wks. ' 132 were $3.00 167 were $3.50 105 were $4.00 $1.50 198 were $4.50 85 were $5.00 . $2 50 Rogers Peet Company " Broadway Broadway at 13th St. "Four at 34th SU Convenient i Broadway Corner." Fifth Ave. at Warren t41etSfc Eetrythloi for BUllards and, BowllM. Ths Urunswlotc-Bslke-CoUsndtr Co., u w. us as.