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COIF HHW. LIST
FINDS SIX ON SCRATCH
Evans, Seckel, Herresho??,
Travis, Travers and Kirkby
Placed at the Top.
NEARLY 500 PLAYERS RATED
Committee Provides Loophole for
Those with More than Six Al?
lowance to Enter Cham?
The first official handicap list of the
T'nited states Oolf Association, snnounced
yeaterd.y, is made up of 47?^ players, and
of IhU number six have the distinction of
?rein? plmed at scrstch. The much envied
sextet consist? of Charles W ("Chick"!
Evana, Jr., of the Bdgewster Golf Cluh;
Albert Saekel, of the Rlveraid? Oolf ('i -!'.
another Chicago organlaatlon, and a!, o of
Princeton. Frederick Herreshoflf, >'f Mill
city; Waiter .1 Travis, ?,f Garden Clt? ; Je?
ronie ti. Trovero, of I'pper Montclelr, an?]
Oewsld Kirkby, of Englewood
A study ??f the list will Show 'hat the
names of three former national title hold?
ers aTe mi., ins;. These are H J. Whig
ham, Who won the championship as far
bach ai H?P7; Herberl M Hit-riman, who
defeeted Plndley s Douglas In the final
round in the ISM tournament, and Louis
Jame., the IM winner. That _<>!f Is a
game which ape treats Hghtly is shown by
the fait thai 'he list Includes youngsters
not yet Old enough to vote as well as vet?
erans who appear ..initially in the tourna
merits for senior?
As explained In the officiel snnounce
ment, this Hal has been prepared by the
. -- itlve committee of the united State?.
Oolf A.-^c" latlon and represents the best
?judgment of the rommlttee. bssed on such
evidence ...<? it ha* been stfle to obtain
? rommlttee, by wa> <?f explanation,
Ihe lis! Is th? first e\er St
tempted by the sssoclstlon, it cannol be
offered as perfect. II Is ;.Is?? Stated that
the llsl will be aubjecl to revision in ac?
cordance with S manner propose.I in a
resolution ?lrafted recently In this city,
The co-operation of every cluh is -
to keep the list as nearly accurate as POS?
Those former national title bolders, II
Chandler ?an. W. C FV?wnea, jr., and
K- ?? ? Gardner, are included in another
sextet rated at one. The Boston district
does not appear until the tn?. group is
?hen the names of John <? An?
derson. Massachusetts champion, and P. w
Whlttemore, of Brookline, come to hand
E. M Byers, of Pittsburgh, the national
champ!"!! in 1PM, Is also in this bra. ket.
Tin- South Is also represented, in th.
thre. list Is Ellis Knowlas, former Inter?
collegiate champion, arbo is a resident of
Penaaootat Kla.. while F.. \V Daley, a for?
mer New Ynrk.-i. but now champion of the
NashvlUe Oolf and Country Club, appears
among: the. five men. Daley a!-o has been
runner-up in the championship tournament
of the Southern Oolf Asso, iatton.
Without anal, zing the entire Hat, it may
Im sairl that out of approximately fifty
rated from s<Tat?'li to three. Inclusive, more
than half are from the EMI The Weal
claim*, fifteen, 1 "IttSburgfa three and tho
In acc-ordan-e wdth a decMon reached
months 8*1 . only tlmse handicapped from
scratch to six are eligible to compete in the
nex* amateur championship tournament. A
]oor-iio> bas bean offered, however, tha idea
being to provide a means for dlagruntled
golfers to .h? w. if pnaattrie, 11 at they have
been overlooked. With this object, the ex?
ec?itive committee drafted a reeotutlon
which grives a player a chance to return
three s. OTOS on as many different days
These s? ores must be properly attest?-?! and
sent to ihe secretary of the asaoclation at
least thirty days prior to the champlonahip
In the event of the icores warranting a
change, the committee mav altT the han?
dicap. The resolution reads as follows
Reaolved, that because ??f the> larfte mem?
bership iii latlon II It Imprac
le to fix a handicap for players who
deserve a rating greatei than six .tr??k<-s;
Reaolved, further. If any whose name
d?-"-s not app<;<! on llie official ha?
llst '?? ip he may submit to
the secretar) for consideration bj th<? ei
< ' \-e committee three scores, Verified by
8 markei and certified by ihe secretar] of
hin club, of three rounds <?f eighteen holes
each, played on different days over the
re?_n|dr course <?f a club, a member <.f this!
sssoclation, together with such other evi
denci ..? the executive committee may re?
quire, Any pleyei whose name appears nn
the ofii.-ia! i andlcap list in Ilk?- manner
me) appl) to hsve his handicap changed,
provided no player shall r-c eligible to ent'-r
the amateur champion?-.)!!?. ?v?ept i
nvttatlon of Ihe executive rommlttee,
Whose name is not In the official handicap
list on file in the ofiVc of the secretary of
the association at least thirty days prior
to th<- date l!x?-<! f??r the beginning of ..?ich
Th?' committee offer? the sn_frr-?t!on that
in match play singles three-?iunrters of
ihe difference between the handicaps he
nllone.l an?! that In match play foursomes
three-eighths of the difference between the
combined handicaps be allowed. This
eork. whi? h has extended over several
months, has tak?n many hours of effort
of c\rrv member ?.f the executive com
. Ittee, c.nsistine of Silas It Btrawn, "f
Chicago, president ?if the United States
Oolf Association. Joseph B. ?'lark, of
I'hiladelphia: Milton Dargon, of Atlanta;
Robert c Watson and W. Fellowes Mor?
gan, of till?, pity: A i:. Dick, of Chicago;
Harry I_ Ayer, of Boaton, an?! Frank T,.
Waegward. ..f Denver
The handicaps follow:
Cbsrlet K\ans. Jr.Bdgewater
Frederick Merreshoff. Wettbrook
Oswald Klrkbj. Enalewood
" J Trmyii . Garden ?Tlly
.! i> Traven.L*pp*r Montelalr
H chur-rl-.r y.gnn.I;.
t*-' ?' f-V_.ner.Ji .Oakmnm
P \ (lardoer .H!n.d?.e
P? . M Huntei . Midlothian
H K Wood . . . ?' ? ?
i? INDICAP 2
E. M. Byeri
li B Up* . ? \\ . .
w'1:':. ? National <;Mf t,inKs
} w v, -in mo? . 'i i <? i - mtrj Cbib
. Mon. ? ?uintv
i: K i ????'? . Meado? Brook
v ? ' . Bra? i
'? ' y tig? - .Onklev
F- 1" .
I-onald Edwardi . Midlothian
K '*? I . Midlothian
!? p. i r.-i.i?. ki.Ban Pram la -.
'?'' R I ' ? .".Vi.lli.Mi.il
Perclvsl niii.?i .Brae Burn
Roben B. Hunter...Midlothian
x ' k "": " .Im.x Mills
?;:l'- Ki n . .Pensac
'J ,; Ifss .Mini
.\ Marbeln.1^,,, Anaelei
li t!. M? l-.uian?!.Huntington Va ?
F ?' ' " .Woodland
?'? ' '--'?? .Oakmonl
'l''," ..'"""'.kX Louis
f ? '"*' .Bt, Aadrewi
?'. ? ;:"?.Dyker Meadow
'? }. p???"? .Marrlma? .
1 M Hheriiwn.Ifahnundaalg
' ',,/? '' .V\ yanten ? _
M W, Htuekleii
w It Tuok?rman .sninn? ...
?I M Wsrd .Osrden ritv
Ihn. l?l wetoel .lnvein.-.H ?-h,!,
?? W .While . .?k,,1,,,,
H i' Wild?.The country club
B- T Allen .l?x H|||a
K. !.. Amei .<'hi?-n(?..
1 \ Berminchsm. Wykagyl
<; r Broka?.Oarden ?'ity
?; k Mr'Hii.Wyantenurk
T M 'laflin. \\'.,|l.,?i,?,
W. B cum. it .Onwtntala < tub
T Ceemar .im..!,,,,
tieorge A t ,,??,, . Philadelphia
H B. Di " . - - Colotado Rin-lna
i.' A Dunning..
W. E t ...t. . i .
P. ralr?hi.d.Mata umti
AMATEUR GOLFERS WHO AUK RATED -VI THE TOP.
William Krr lerl.-kaon .l-"" "'
i: r ?; ?rtoi . Bra? l irn
i. Noi II I? ?
.*- J. (Ir.liam......n.-. h
ll Il Ho in?-, n. *-*? ' -".
i: u Hou-ton .Prlm-st?*.
I vv Howlsnd, jr.. . .;. , \ lern CI ib
i; il-..i?. .Bouth hhore Fi?**<"l '*' -1'
?' W. In-let? .w
nui,-... 1?. trolt
v .; i..ek*-*o d. Bolmont Bprlnga
r v Martin. Ki?' Burn
B ? Mai riman .C. C ol Wati
' Mill? ' .? ? T*eX.
i M . ... ?r.Baltuan I
1. P Mien .si ?.ndrewa
; McKellar. Midland
y C. Ne?\t?.n. Clsremoni
:- H Patrick. Noi
n vv Perrln . Merlon Cricket Club
W. ?. Pfeil . Huntington Valby
Plstl. .. N?s Toi i
i B. ?*-. hli tman.
1 ! H . ? : : i. \v
. ? Il S. f ,?>%?. \\. I t *
I M Soi , ,-?..
''? i- P Si . Hiintin.ton Vs1le>
J. i> Btsndlah, ?r. t???iroi'
.-'. ., Stickney. -'
' .**ul]|\an . Bsli
W VV l'a? lor. tt-dal?
vv.-- t, Thompson.Huntit.j;inn Valley
?'? I* TlfTsn*.Powelton Club
Marshall Wliitlstrh.D? ker Muodow
.v M. Whitney.v
?". t: Aie.;? . Rprlngflfid
kw.- Prln? ??ion
A. K I? < llng.M.. ? ?
J. K. Bol?. Ma
8 I? Bower* .
W, B Ht.-n,nor. M.
L. Il Broml
n. p i - ? ., . i.
?; vv r mn Ir........ prl
I. E Bunnlng . ? .. B?
C. B B (ton . . M ntlngtoi \ ail**/
J. D. Cad .Rhod? iland
Di B n Carr.
B t i svansiigh. . K?
W. W. Chamber. .
J M Childa. . a _
E W Clark 8d ... Phtlade'phla
J W. . oc ....... '.'? i
' gdon v*
h Conklyn. !
. .--. ??:??
0 W, Coraran, ir .. |
??. Il Cr?y k- : .
K VV - . ,
E w Dale*. . n
C. B Povol.
C I- K :*. .
I? f K ans. . ? - ?? Burn
tV'riit?- t .
M H Farrlngton. '. ? 1 I
II. v n-.ti.-t .
H. M. Forest .,.C. C. et I..,?, '
U A. 1 . . 'lut? j
D. 1 ? ? . M
? ' M '. ? ? ?..
R. y Hsi * - . i- ad? .
I. M II .r .u, _. II:.
W I. H i k ? . *??.
M K -, ?'?
r: h Ho ? ?. . Ne* Ha? en
Y M II ? v .
V. Z. HuntIngdni
* ? Mount Anl
F' H lo-.-iii L*. .
? ' R lone-. K? in.toii j
A ' : K .
H. E. Ken wort h:.
Il K, Ken .
R I. Ma lea .
1 P M (Jee.
.1 M " . Bra?
\ H Martin . N'oi
r; K Mun-la;. . v- dale
R It M K?-.-?? .
? ' ' . P- Il
. . . ? ?
I E Porter . . A
T. R Pyne 2d .
N I?.. mond .Cheatnui II '?
. Ht. A
W H .\n
W. K Fthetl .Qsrdei l'Itg
II ?? I Ici . ' *
Ralph RI 1er. ?
N v Roark. Rrse B ira
A M Robhlna . riarden ?"lu
il R ?4 hollenberger. I
A r S ' irsrt?. . Auduhon
TT '", s .-.?? . v ? -i
K A Ben Im . Phi adeli hla
J F Phanle?. Deal
\. H, Bmlth .. .MtititliiKU.n Valley
C R It Ith. . .Fall River
T. L Rrnlth.Now lirm cv.
y. * ? M. Brook la a n
A. i. gquler .Brae P.nrn
W. y. Rtauffer. vi.i itson
H. Plein? r .. .
s Sterne . Tal
?. KtoveoBon.Myopia B ni
vv k Ktewarl . v ,
W. A Btlrkney . s? l/o?ii?
W '" Btllea.Bra? Hum
A B Swift. Onwentalg Club
A. vv Tllllnghaat. Hhawnee
A ?' Trai i? .?". Eng ?
c T. Van Vie. k, ?r . . . Bsltuarol
W -l Walt?. Itrae llurti
TV T Weal .. . .PI Ha lelpl la
v ?? Wheeler.?t.N-- Haven
N Wheelei .Rrooklawn
W V. Wheeler. H-.??kl:.?-.i
T? Wl vd< ........ BSn Frrirv I?, i
1" M ".vu.?""-ranford
??oMon Wllaon . Cln Innstl
.1 R t*.'nod ward. '.?-I . Baltuarol
n n W'.riiiinat-iii. me?
Tanker W-lshi.C. C. ?f nnffa'-?
,- Zuebllm ? Wim h? Mer
TIN WHISTLE CLUB PLAYS
W. C. Fownes, Jr., Wins in Novel
Match at Pinehurst,.
rinehiirst. \. ?". Mnr?*li 23. Fifty fruir
enl holes upon three dlstln<*1 rrnirsee
were the feature of tii?- annuel Tin
Whlatle club K?lf lournatnenl ti?.i-<- lo-tlsy.
Heeding Hie tiel?i ?>f forty ronteetanta
-jraa W. V Fownee, |r., of Pittsburgh, th?*.
!!?:?i national champion, with a card of 31
ill?? father, Henry ?' Fownee, was s?-oond,
in the tournamenl ?.t ihe Oliver Polls, Hi?.
rvomsn's club, thirty-sis iioi?-.-.. upon two
courses, were played. Mrs. J, P, (lardner,
..f Chicago, hendicapped at :.. was flret,
with a nel score <?f 175, vvhii.. |frs. Spencer
Waters, of New fork, handicapped
w us second, m it h 181
TIE IN SCHOOLBOY SHOOT
Portland and Iowa City Teams
Now on Even Terms.
Washington, Mart h _'': With ?>niv <.n>?
tn.-.t.-ii r.MiiiiiiiiiK in me Intm-tacholaatlc
Rlfla Rhootlng League, it appears that
i??-.titiK- iiii-'ii Sill?.?.! ?>t ?Portland, M<-, an.i
Iowa ''Hy Hicli ?School will have t.? .?.imot
.iff ?i ti<. for iit<- champtooshlp. V .< >t I ? teams
tiis week were ti??l f?>r thst p|gc?, with
thirteen vietorlei an?i one defeal each. ?
The resulta ?if lust w?**ek*a metcbes wen
Deorlng, Portlaad, Mi . .!ot.Ht...i Maaaal,
natoS '".** ?"*?'. I..?;? ?'U? i|^f.?nt.-,l . en
irai. PI llsdelphla, !?."! MS); Baltimore K.,1? .1.
rested sait i.?!?.? i ? t v. !i."?i t?_*. Morrli *?..?-.>.
??I Cenirsl, Wsahiogton, 024 o ih?
detauli n Philadelphia, defeated We*.!
?rn. tVa-dilngton, OU Baft; Portland iMe.i i|,_i,
M.???. >?;; T'..". Bui.
Washington, defeated Ogden ?"?'. it ibr dsfauln
Phltsdelphls, .!? i. ?'.i r >? vv |tl
? ii.ioii. N.u YorK. ISl?g ?li? defStllt),
JLVOtVb D .TPAVLP5. A?D TPLD ttt.RI.L5A0 IT..
ATHLETES FRET A? DELAY
Columbia Crews and Baseball
Squad Halted by Weather.
ii.t. ?".,. both ? ne ?'?.!???
? |1 teem ai the ? ?? ??
- trt? l las! w?-?-k, will not liegin
? ? ? ? The 'varsity bai
? has had Iwo da. s of pi
Bouth l'i- Id, bul the < ondltlon ??f Ihe
thai Ih? playei got
little benefit from Ihe work Jim Rice, I -
Blue and .Vhite ?-rews,
t that he would be i ? to put the
?\ .1 r?" eight ? ?hell ? itei i'ter-j
at ihe latest but the sudden return
of cold w.-ath.r upset Ids calculatbm?. and
-, ? ? i ? ? opening ?!.? of oui -
Both Ihe rev snd the baseball men win
? i new equipment awaiting th?-m Three
? - \ . - I. ivs been sel up on
Smith i., i in the las! few <l*.\?. snd the
i h ? M?.- '? are to ?? ? i ??!? '
which ??> laon? b their she| - Rice will
- ? float i it ? io moi row
? lhal it win t.i- m.- ?n? i) mo.i
iiiin po.ltIon in fi-.i.t ??f th.- boat
Kdgewater when th> Oral oarsmen report
Twenty Uve freshmen snd the tatnn num?
ber of 'varsitj men will make up '!-?
an?1 Whit?- i-rew squad until late In the
-?-.i".'. i: ?? snnoun? ed hi? tit.-' - .; . ?
i? May ?ml ? I im Ina ted ai., .t two dozen
freshmen snd aboui a doxen 'varsity men
i rom tu tip r i i actlce. There Is
amount of material for tin- 'varsity boat,
? . - -? ? t;i? ? ?us not m.i?!?- more U
lentallve selection, which he la Ilk. lo
change ail around when the men sr?
lo rowing on t:.?- water. The freshman
material li noi up to standard, and he
think- i1 ;?i he will have a hard time whip?
ping h min shap.
Harry Klsher, the bsseball .??a h, el?
though tin- ?quad ins nol been able t?? do
any outdoor work tn speak of, is devoting
a : ..i hi Hun- t?? developing pitchers lie
lia-- el? >*en candidates but only four of
tinm Rothwell, Ulrich, O* Nenie and
Bailey have bed any esperience. The re
maininu seven wem ?>iit for uthej |.? ?!
tlons ?m th.- team, hut Fisher thought that
i... -, might make pitchers ami i? trjing
tiifin nit. \ nil-Hi un . a left-hander, Is giv?
ing the most promise.
BOXING IN MANY RINGS
"Young" Ahearn Defeats Kelley
in Bout at Fairmont A. C.
"Young" Ahearn, the Brooklyn waiter
weight, stopped Jimmy Kellejr, of Portches
t? i, in the eighth round <?f a ten-round bout
at ttie Knit mount Athletic Club, of The
Bronx, las! night. There was never a
m..mint when Kelley stood a chance <f
even hokilna the "dancing master," and
had Ahearn so desired he could haw- ended
the battle long b? fore he did
Kelley wai still on ins fee! and trilling
to go on with Ihe battle, bul he was so
worn out fi?iin the drubbing lhal his sac?
omis tosaed up th<- sponge In token of d??
Kell) had the I at? r of I ? ?? rounds in
?\- .-? i. ????i Ahearn s rke I in and out, |ah
blng til?- left t?i tin- face until Kelly was
entirely at sea and unable to defend him
Bl If fi ??m Hi. StOI in of tilo' s
Young Kur Broad, the Philadelphia
boxer, knocked oui Jack Williams in the
se. und i?,un.i ol a t> i? round i??"ii at ihe
Gowanus Athletic dub of Brooklyn les!
night after a wild battle of Mown There
was action every second, and the crowd
of "fana" cheered themselves noerse
"KM" Barnes had an ees) time m out?
pointing .i???- Madden in ten rounds it Iba
Ixtnga? i?? Athletic ('lull Barnes was a
shifty little fellow, and in- worked m ami
around his man, landing repeatedly a left
hand jali to Ihe face.
1'Hiniy Ridge, th.- Baal Hid.- boy, had tha
better of Prank Hufnagls at lbs Irving
Club, of Brooklyn.
"Black Hill" knocked out Bob i.in the
third round ?if a ten?round bout at tin.
Royale Aihl<-ii<- Club, ??i Brooklyn. Lea
was substituted for Kin Wetklne
Jim Stnitii was kaoeked out by Jeek
Black in the third round of a I. ii-i?iiiihI
bOttl at th?- I.lh.-ral Athletic I'lllh, (if Stat
? n Island, and "Knockout" Smith i.iil pnitit
? ?1 Bddie Kelly, '?f Harlem, in tea fast
rounds al the Olympic Athletic Hub, of
NEW ROCHELLE SEVEN LOSES.
Boetor. March H The (few Roehelle, N.
V.. MIkIi School li..?,<t.\ t.-iim was ln-ati-n h\
th. Melr?s High School team ,t (ni- Boo?
tmi Arena to-d,t\ bj a smn of i; to 0, In a
? f"i the K?stern inter.?, huluatk chain
IRE POCKE? BILLIARDS
Tournament for -Pros" to Bcqir
at Philadelphia To-morrow.
Th?* national prof i
??-.< u.-t billiard to n i..i ent wilt t>e|
morr?n nlghl nd rontlnu?
ever* tel ? g then ..ft- r foi
two wi.ks si Horticultural Hall
Twentj -eight ? ...
; ? ? | ? ? i ? ?! -
tw.iv.? -I..V ? w m?an-i i" i '? i.
i - i ?:? ': , . rl Jai Mel ire ? ?'? I ?
w;ll i>l ??? I he .?: ? I ?? !. II
. . - . i nteat be
...-??? la Phllad? i .latir?
is tii>? toan ?! ...it of Al
fr.-.lo Do Oro at Ii * else
?iiiiti ? ? ' ...
Tuesday aftsn.n chsrlea v.esmn, of Chi
and W w King '?? ??? Vork. vvlil
pig) ?..--. ?a,- i i ?
? Ifredn i ?? i ?? ? ' ? end
..*. I w llsoi of Us? keni ? k, N J..
will lake the table vv. .:? . i ",.r- oon
win t.rin?r t..?;-1 ? 'iman, oX
w sahlngton, an I ? ?' ' '
town, S -i TI ? ? ? . ? : lote the
? i ? t ro
Sue - lied with
g viem to ? llmti n I ? ? rvlng
thr so who estai class for Ihe
fit..,I ? - ? ? Th? ??lulo will be ar
rsngi l at blti rl i eaenl itlve ?<f
the Brunewlck Ralke-follcndsr Company,
.?.i , ?, lin?. |.|..v!.l..| ,i ? i,. in; ;???. ?' p trophy
and adds.) |l,om ?
If any p?a na ment
t.. ne of hla gam? -
oth? r plaj > - 'i ? be an
:? ibl. ? n h rra ? m
1 ?.-<? through tii.- t?. n n inn ni II hat,?? t?i
i depend on lh.-li t- i .- ?? ? f?u
; u? i.
| An . > rom ..-? ? Impr? ilon r.????
[op?ration ?.f the acheme ni ending plaj f??r
I each fi ime -vh??n f ? ?? 111 ? - - baila have Ixten
po<'kett-d end leaving the ft?*enth ball ?n'l
i he ? ue '..ill w ii.-i.- the) i unie lo h ri
the labia ?? have obtained The
general a aumptlon is thai Ihe player who
has th?- Inning sl the close ..f Ihe frame
will have to pla* on the nltje-i i hall I? ft on
ill?- t.ii le h hen he 11 o|ierel ona,
'it, i? h Incorri cl it i ' noi Imperative thet
be shall play ?>n Ihe flft? ? th I .11 II? can
do ao or pla v al t he pj ramid l ; he -. la] ?
fur aafet? he will have t.. force on?" ball
f r <. r 11 Ihe hunch t.? a ishlon or cause Ihe
? ue l.all art. i r-ontgcl v? 1th an objerl hill.
to sirik.- .i cushion, or forfeit one point
Thai a plaj ? I ?hi iwcketa th? fourteenth
hall will end? ivoi t.. I? ..?? ihe : ft? ? nth bail
In ;i position r?f alii? mn -t i ?? aasumed.
Whether he does ?n- noi will i.< of personal
Importance. \v ii?ri th? fifteenth ball la
I a pari from th? frame, a ?iuinmy" bail win
he led t?i -?-t Hi?- pyramid The "dummy"
will i". located it Hi?- at.. \ ?.f the pyramid
when Ihe baila ar.- framed Hefore pla) i
, i ? mm ?I it v? ill be i. tn"v ? .i
ARM? AND NAVY SCORE
Each Wins Twenty-ill Bouts in
v\. st point, \ v . March v.t The |.-e.
limit n?- rounds "f Ihe Intercollegiate fenc
Ing championships, field here to-day, were
replete with apl**ndld contesta Th? Army'a
prospects ?.f winning the championship
I were atrengthened uhr-n the w.-t Point
f il iii. it Won twiiitv :!\ luiiit?. ,-itiri |??st
only ?.n?- Tale wea eliminated hj wlnnlni,
nnl- -i\ ?.ni ?.f Iwenty-seven t.??ni^. Ran
??.?m, ??f Tale, had the distinction ?.f i?. in.:
the only man t,? win ? boul from the trmy
t'ornell won thirteen i?<*iui ind Harvard
Wiii.iii .uni Helnman, <.n Ihe Army team,
sii.iw-?-.i noi nnl) ?plendld training bul ?r. ai
natural skill Helnman, m particular, par?
ticipated m the greatest number of bouts
without a single l'iss. i..'?unis, ..f Harvard,
was a?s.? a star, while Jareee, ?.f Cornell,
wei the in-Ht fencer on Ihm team. The team*
who participated in the meet were; Array,
lleinraan, Rayner end Wilbur; Cornell,
.latin?, ? i'i'iiiiii'?r end .?"ili. rl ; Han it I,
Boyd, ?Wilbur end Loomls, end Vale, [tan
?on ? 'halrnei s snd Reese
Th<- bouts won ?re-re ss follows: Armv. !?.
Cornell, I; Army, 'i, Harvard, a ; Armv. |,
Val??, i; Cornell, T, Val?.. _ ; Cornell, B,
Harvard, l! and i larvard, i, rali.
Annapotl -, March ?3, In ? seml-finnl
elimination neet hete lo-daj for the Inter?
collegiate fencing championship Ihe Naval
Academy team of three men won "?; oui of
tl bouta Pennsylvanie was e-ncond. with
ir. bouta; Columbia third, with s bouts, nn?l
Princeton fourth, with I bouta Princeton
tlms drops ?nit of tin m...
i..u i Imore and i lodd, of the ?Vat y, had
clean *?c?**res ??f nine bouts each,'and Broad
bent, of th" Navy, mun all ?MMOfd one bout
RUBINSTEIN WINS THE TITLE
Russian Champion Victor in Con?
gress at San Sebastian.
i By Cable to T_<- Tribune 1
Ban Sebastian/Spain, March 23.--With
final round completed, the necond In?
ternational chess masters' conarress, at the
? Irani Casino, which was won by rtubln
has gone Into history, an even hun?
dred aames having been rontested. l"rmk
I .M-irslia!!, tin- united Slates champion,
? his asme from the twenty-first round
witii T. . hmann ;"id defeated i.eonhnrdt, of
Hamburg, In the final round. This Rave.
Mai -' - : !\th place, with a total -v-ore of
'."-.. points w..n and fi'3 lost.
Tli?- summaries of the final rounds:
? l Perita n: Tirrwh. 1.
S? hi? . I't.i? -,. Marshall, 4; Tet?-h
!....-? it. O. Si l?l
i '? iteln, t
i. iteln i filemxowlterb, o,
. ? ?> v [VI.hmann. 2;
i. . .?, l-.-ril!" 1. B| lelmann
h? . ?
?? -i *? w I,.
12?. ??' Marat i ??'? 9'-?
12 7 luira? ?H 10 .1
12 1 s, M., -hier ... g 11
Il ' i ".' j '?? - mai ?? t H
I t xi irew af'T Br?t
NEW CHALLENGE ACCEPTED
Sussex Motor Yacht Club in In?
Al i meeting of the Motor Boat ?"lub of
terdaj a formal el allenge
from the Busses Motor facht club, of
Brighton, England, was sccepted. The
. k- we? sent through the Royal
Motor facht Club in conformity with the
d. ?i of aifi
Commodore n U Melville, who presided
? meeting, s.u.i tiuu six American de
fenders sre being built for the elimination
?li will be held two or three
before the International races take
plac? ?'i.' th.- prospective defenders
?ben E Smith's new
hydroplam now ''inn i"?iit by the Blec?
I,.mi?.li Company, at Bayonne, N J.
; Mr Melville added thai thr.-. h..ats will te
? ? ? lo represent i Ireal Bi itain. and
thai ? team will be
aeni from Irani- E Mac It a) Edgar, owner
of tl ?fin. Is building a new
? ?'? th.- English te ?m
The n....r.l of governors ?leeided to hold
\t international race m wat.-rs near
Ne? "lotk Several courses within a short
distal ? rlty sre under considera
lion The last races for the coveted prize
took plan . n mtlngtnn ?Bay, and this
being considered, together with
I other landlocked harbors suitable f'?r ?
| test of what will probably >'?? the fast.-st
ni -ii... n ' rsfl ever built
RACING DATES FOR KENTUCKY.
Islington, K>.. March ?.?Tha State
Racine Commission m-1 here la'" to?day
and allotted dates for spring meetings In
Kentucky. The wsson win open m l.'x
Ington or. April '21 Eleven d.ijs have !.?-en
Klven here, concluding on May ;?. Louis?
ville gets fifteen days, May 11 to May 2f>.
and Uii'.m.t twent) Bee days, May M to
.1 ; y 1
any other car
at its price
The Guy \<aughan Car,
Deelgned b) the well known an?
gineer and racing driver, Mr. Guy
V'aughan, after an experience cov?
ering 11 year?
from shipment Ju.si received 4
Paaa. Runabouts, ."? Pass. Touring
,",<i 11 P. l-'uliy Equipped
\-K tun DBMOMgTBATMNf.
j The Transportation Sales Co.
1.1:1 Breedwej tten Vork ctty
Phnn? sum Columbus
\i loM"i:il l-s. TIHf'S. TOP? WIND
PHIKI.IiB, HORN BODIES, I Wtl's. BL'MP
ren ill ?? "Wrerklna Pri?es." Let u? kaes
whal "i need .imt ws will ihow >ou how tc
FOU ?S A! T
Keen Sport at Bay Ridge Attracts
HIGH GUN FOR H. M. BRIGHAM
C. W. Berner and H. B. Vander -
veer Tie in Shoot for Leg
of March Cup.
Full ge or *n were mad? In every nm> of
the five matrheji derided at Hay f'.ldee yes?
terday hy the trapehooters or the Cr??rent
Athletic ClUb. Except that the weather
was unusually ?old. the conditions were
much to the liking of the oonteetente, an?l
the attendance was far ahove the average
Twenty men went to the firing Une In the
feature match of the day?the shoot for
the 'take-h?>me" trophy at If) target*
i!. M. Brlgham, ?me of the oldtlrae trap
shots, was hiKh gun, with a total of M to
his credit. His four strings of -1. i"'. B and
21 captured the trophy. The runner-up was
r. s. Hyatt, with a t?it.ii of W He aleo
Included a full score of _"? In his string. an?l
10 did .1. H. and li H Vandervi-er.
There iras keen competition in the sh??*t
for the March cup. the last save <ni" Of
the month. C W. Heiner and II H. Van
derveer tied for the leg yesterday, hoth
having returned full scores of -?"? <;e,.r_?
Pells Is In the lead for the prise so far.
bis four scores to date aggr.-KatinK 82. a
(lake was the winner of the leg for the
Btlner trophy, for which twenty c impeted
II? i ?tui tied a full seme of 2?. and live
others tied for second place, with _i ea?-h.
.1. K James won ? leg on the Vanderveer
trophy. With a handicap of 1, he broke all
..f his targ?-ts, n. h Vanderveer being the
runner?up, with s score of .'t In the team
sh'iot thr?_ pal's entered, and A. Hlake,
with his brother Charlea for a partner,
won, with 4.'i targets broken out of the i? <
slbie SO. .i F. Jam-^s and P. S. Hyatt, with
i". were second,
The at ores follow:
' IKE HOME i (."I'll v ifn TARGETS.
Nam?. BtrlsaSOfgB, Total.
H M It, _ .am . . 21 23 23 SI M
F 0 II-, ?n .^;t -?I -2D ... M
.1 II Vanderveer ....38 is 20 22 M
H. !< Vsnderveer ? i; _l 36 ':" 83
y H Btephenson . & :m _?? l. SI
?' .\ !.. ...... i . ...m '22 _> M M
A E Hendr!? kaon ...18 2'> 2> 21 71?
? le?.rse y,- u . . p; ?i n 'Jl 77
? ' W. liernei. jl is _i IS 7'>
?'harle. iMake .U 20 .1 23 M
J F Ja .i??* . -ju :i 14 1* T."?
<; <; -1. i iiM?j.in, Jr. ..IS -1 1" 18 It
U W l'.-n _pi :i u 21 7_
Qoorap i'.in*iT.u i: 34 l.' 71
.1 S. I_im..n.1H is 1K 17 fll
?' II. Pilla. !."- 17 38 IS 88
H T. s'i,..on?-r .lu 1.'. 1? 17 '??
.1 y Falfl.l!..|S 1.".. t*. 2'', ?'>
_' W. Ma-?liait .90 12 1? M 88
C n lamet .. . ..m 10 17 l.*> t?
BTINEH TROPHT 26 TAROETfl HANDICAP
Naine h T Name. H T
A BlSJie.. .3 2fi J y Fair?-.lid... 3 1?
J C Jame? ..1 21 C. R Jain?H 1 II
Il M Brlgharn 0 SI <?. ??. stepliensi.n,
?.?..rife Velx t .1 y .....1 I?
C n Pulla :i 'Ji c w n-m-r_ :\ i7
A C Hendri? k W w. !>li . 4 17
-.n . ... .1 .1 M T KpOtMMT. - . 2 II
T B Etephenson O 'jo c A Loektreed. t U
? ' Mink? 1 u? w. W Marshall.. 7 IS
J n Vanderreer 3 2fi y ?s Hratl .... l 14
?'. B. Blower... 3 _0 P ('rampl?n .... ft 13
\ tNDERVEER [*ROPHT S3 TAK'ifciTS
J F .Tarn?? 1 2_ r. R jam?? ... I 10
H B. Vsnderveer 2 24 C. W, Berner 3 1?
C A Lockwoed. 2 21 F s itvatt ..... 1 t?i
H M llrlsrham n 22 ?' H. Pulli. 3 Irt
?" Mlake.1 21 A. E, Henr-- ...S IS
o k Brower.... 3 21 w. W Marshall. 7 IS
***# W, Pell., . 4 21 F B Mephenson. ?? u
?i'oru?. F??i* . l 20 y CTampton. .. .'> 13
H I Bpooner . 2 l? ?; ?? st^rhenaon.
t !' reirchlld I 1!? )r . 3 12
Wnn lo T. F. .Intne?
MARCH ?"t P 2*1 TAROET1 HANDICAP.
C W Bemer.. I '?fi/ienrge Felix. 1 l'?
If B Vsnderveer 8 '2t> H T gpooosr... _ i-?
J F Jame?. .. 1 38 A. E. Henrj ..5 IH
J II Vsnderveer 3 231J P reirchlld... 3 1?
?'. niak? .... 1 22 K il Btephenson. 0 17
C, H Put!? ....3 23 '" s H?Htt . i ic
<? It lam.'? .1 21 ?' A I.?. .w~>.. S W
A Mlake. 21 N*. W Pel!.4 11
H M Hrtdliani 0 20 F. <-ra__ptnn. 14
O il Stephen O k Brewer.. ? 3 l?*
sen. j-r..3 20 U W Marshal! . 7 13
TKAM SH'"">T 2ft TAROETfl HANDICAP.
A niak? . | 2-1 r Y .Tamet. 1 24
? Btaka. 1 '?o F. B. ??.?ti.1 1?
T?.?! . 4.*.' Total. 40
F B Stephenn-in *? 22'
?' H .tanii?s . 1 17
E H. BRANDT HAS NEW JOB.
In line with the extension of its selling
organisation 'he L'nlted States Motor Com?
pane, arhlch markets Maxwell,xColumbia,
Btoddard?Deyton, Courier and Brush ears
and Sampson trucks, has ?added three new
?supervisors. wh"se duties Involve the su?
pervision of the branch houses and dealers
In different parts of the country.
CANNOT DIP FOB
Columbia Neecis Athletic Mate
rial Too Badly to Bar Them.
IN PECULIAR POSITION.
With More than 8,000 Students
on Roster, Only About 700,
in AH, Are in Sports.
Thr- recent action ?>f th?? athl-t!" cov??--*,
lng hoard n' Syracuse, in drawing eg ,
strict freshman eligibility rule In all .pom
at Syracuse, leaves Columbia as th* oui?
?m?- <?f th" large Institutions In the F"u
erhlcb has not yet adopted a re-*-uia*_^
restricting fr ?shmen from participation \%l
'vanity athletics In any branch of sp0ft
sav<* rowing an?l ho?ke-\ The ?"luefti-Aj. -
such n rule has been brought up at <??)_-,.
I.la from time to Um?*, and Mnce/.j-rt.
< ate ha.? tak?-.n the stand the matter ^
again bclnu' agitated on M'*rrlnmj#
Heights, although It does not s--> .n ste^
i !?? that any such regulation will t*
adopted at present.
The Columbia athleti?- .iiithorlttds |y
themselves In an ??xiee.ilngly peculiaratu?
atlon in referen?*?? to the freshmen tilg*.
bllity question, b?"~aii8e, placed, a.i It 1?, |g
;i largo- city and with tli?> greater part of
it?-- students taking professional .n<1 r<>
search work far above the unl-i-graduat?
standards. th?> actual number of st.?*?-?*.
at Columbia who ar?? Interested in athl?_d
Is disproportionate^- small as compare
with the total registration
With more than eight thousand stii.?mtg
actually listed, there are not more tht?
thirteen hundred. If ther? are eveq that
many. Who ean he counted -is ellirlbls tot
athletic teams. Even In those thirteen _*-?.
<?r'-'l th??re are more than five hundred wh?,
take no active part In athletics, fco that
Columbia's total athletl?- mat,-rial at pr?.
eut la ?scarcely mor?? than seven hundrfd,
Including the freshmen. Tim. ?'oiumUa,
with a total registration iv?.; .- si i*reat u
; tli.it ?if Harvard, has ?-.*?? than half ai
i many students available for alhletlea it
i rank?? low In th? lint "f Institutions In rh'.g
j r?-sp?*"*t, f'?r Yale, with fifteen hun-lred
j Dartmouth, with twelve hundred; Prince?
I ton, with nln?. hundred, -?nil Ar.napolli,
! with eight hundred, liai? all more ?tuiientt
available for athletics than <'"luml'la.
Aside from the fact that freshmen art
needc?! for the 'varsity Sij.iad for act.al
physical reasons, Columbia has ?.n?>tb?*i
r?a-on for not being able to restrict Iti
irishmen from 'varsity < omi.etltlon. Sav?
In the last your or two, th? financial ai?
'fairs of all sports at Columbia have be??j
badly muddle?!, and even now. with a c?*n.
7.<vl svstem ??f management and finan?
dal control, Columbia has a hard tima It?
I raising th?? money necessary to support Ht
rna it follows, therefore, that at pre?.
ant It win be Impoeeti !?? t.. equip and main.
\ tain freshman teams lu all branch?!, of
j sport, as is done at the other ?colleffei
i where Um Creehmen ralea ere stnctiy et?
Columbia has a few freshman teama, trat
t1 ev are not organized and maintained to
reach the degr. e of efficiency that 1? th?
ease with th?* 'varsity ?-quade Not on'.*?
does a lack of funds make impossible th?
otc-.inlzing of high class freshman teami,
with regular coacbee and all the other ne?
eeearlee, but ai??? ?the limited amount of
r.n available on South Field for athlet;?
purposes Is already overcrowded by 'var.
slty teama Thus, freshman squads woulf
have absolut? ly no ??round on vvhlch t?
practise. This only ??.?nphas:/.? s Col?aMt*l
need for the new athletic, sta-l! im, wh|<-_
may be erected at UMl Meet and che
in rowing, of coune, freehmea are nof
eligible for the 'varsity crews, by a r.llr.|
of the Intercollegiate Bowing .x**}cl4U.r.,
and therefore Columbia has a.way? turn*!
out a representative freshman ?Ifht. Ait?"1
this year freshmen ar>? 10 be Inelin* i
'varsity hookey teams which are member?
of the Intercollegiate ly ague, and ?q
hockey, too. Columbia will probably or*.?.,
iz.? a freshman combination. However,
until better financial arrangement? ar?
possible with ar -uMMirod lource "f incom?
and until there Is more room tot il
purpoeea on Mornlngelde Heights, ?.'ol'unM
?rill probably not bar freehmen from lu
'varsity teama ? teei til g In those i-ranch.?*
of ?i? rt in which bj re**-U*
ttona it Is obliged to do so,
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ft Thus these two savings, un?ler
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Over one million Goodyear
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