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TIMELY BUS OF SPORT:
Manager of the Yankees Gets a
Loving Cup from the Coast.
CUBS ANGLING FOR FISHER
Second Baseman of the Newark
Indians Has Signed, but
Failed to Report.
When Harrj Wohrerton. manager of tue
New Tors Tdnkecs, arrives here on April
11 to open the American league season
With Boston be will tind a huce loving cup j
awaiting bin It reached the office of the]
rlub in this city yesterday, and Tom Davis, j
the genial secretary, reports that It stand* j
Hre feet hlirh ?ml 1s in the shape of a vase. J
irith graceful handles. 11 la perfectly plain. |
but enaraved on one side are the following
?"Prefer.!??d to Harry B. Wohrerton by bis
friends in Oakland Itll"
The cur will he on exhibition this morn- j
|ng in the show window of Reed & Barton. !
B2?i Street and Fifth avenue, so that the j
"fans ' may ser W'nlverton sai manager
of the Oaklond dub of the Pacific roasl
1 ? last year, where he m s?> popular
that hi? tr?enos took this means of show
lnr their feeling? and in wishing him all
mjcrus?. in his new position with the Yah
j.?. Those who bave ??.?en WOlverton han?
dle hla Btea at the tralnkai camp are on?
tr> the opinion tbst Frank Parrell mad? no
mistake when he ,-josed th? deal that
brought a new manaaer to th* hilltop in
jpla?.* of He i ?hase.
II is beginning to look as if Frank ?""han..?,
manager of th* Chicago Cubs, -was angling
fcr Bob Heher, second baseman of ihe
Newark slab of the International i ?
Fisher so far has failed to report to the
Indian!?, although they ai?? now on their
third week of spring training. Recently
Chance wrote a letter to Joe McGinnlty.
saving thar he had visited Fisher tn a hos
piral at Nashville. Tenn.. the players home
town, and that the player would join the
Newark squad in a. few days This date fot
his reporting was Oral a?t for Sunday at
J*?ew?rk. and t?sala for Monday, when the
Indiana returned to Norfolk, Va. He has
Dot been seen as yet.
Chance is particularly anxious to BOSUN
Faher, and his recent aasoclation with the
player la not relished by the Newark mnn
ssement. Last fall the Cubs offered Me?
Ginnlty R,SM for Fiaher, but the "iron
Man refused to sell as It would leave a
big rap in hia infield Chance wanted ihe
?layer, who was rated aa the best second
baseman In the o'd Eastern League, to fill
In si aecBad for klm in case Johnny Kvers,
s .i to hare reoOTered from his
?erro nol able to "come
back. A futtnj thing about Fisher Is that
he signed s Newark contract for this r-ea
oon la.-t winter, but has t-ince developed
s deslTe for nn increase in salary and has
failed t?. report, despite th.- fad that ho
runs the risk of a heavy fine or suspension.
'ihe National Has? ball Commission up?
held the National AaSSCtstiOn of Minor
Leagues by a finding yesterday la award?
ing Charles Rabb enl) twelve days', salary
fro? the Syracuse. N. Y . i Inn, of the
?Stats' League. Bahb api?eale?l to the Na
ii?ndi Cosamiaalan, contending thai salary
was due from l>eoeinher II, Ml, to Janu?
ary 26, 1912, the date of his release.
In order to avoid any possible misunder?
standing at the Olympic gaines. James li.
Bull van. Secraiary of the American com?
mittee .-?une tins i\k? requested the I
1*h committee i<> forward full paitleulars
in relation to the rules for the weight?
th'oivink? COTiMSta (right and left hand).
?Hid yesterday be recetved a letter from
XriStian Mellstrom. stating that In lh??SS
contests all the competitors will make iheir
efforts with one hand, and then all the
competitors with th? other hand. The beat
efU'.'i with each hand will be considered
en?l added tocether, to determine the win?
Although th? Columbia crews have be?-ui
en the water tot a weak they hart hen
gb'e t.. i ,; a only twice because rough
??-at?? on Saturday, Monday and yesterday
made it impossible for them to launch ihe
Instead of rowing. Jim Rice, the coach,
sent ths full squad OS a long run across
country yesterday afternoon. Beginning
to-morrow, however, there sre to be two
practice tows ?*??-li dav until the end of the
vacation on Tuesday. Rice is fret
tine at ib? delay caused bv th? Weather,
ill attempt to catch up on bis ?.??h?.'
I" L Samuels. 'IS. of Nat'hei?. Miss, and
3". K. Achilles. 'It, of Ro.hentei. have been
#;#rte.l CnptalS and man ?rer re?.p.v lively.
of ii.?* Yah? gymnastic team for n?*xt nea
Anthony F. Wilding, of Australia, the
i ampian of Great Britain has
lost none of hla cunning on the courts. A
foreign exchange tells of his winning per?
manent poaseeskm of the Mont? carlo In?
ternational lawn tennis cup a few days
as<> on which he vv on a leg in l!Hi*? an?l
again In ItU. He defeated C. Moore in th*
final lound by a score of s?1 I fc 6-0.
Wilding has been promising to play It? this
country, and his presence in s?.me of the
t?? irnaments here would furnish a great
feat f?a lovers of th? ?port.
John Ks.-hman. a piotnlslng Brooklvn
baieball player, has signed a contract to
plav with the Worcester Club Of the New
hnslan?! l^eaeue. Ha is a first bai
nnd played last year with the Trinity
. Cluh t.-aw?. Which WOB ?he Prospect Park
Amateur league championship.
PCLY PREP FENCERS SCORE.
Th?- i'oly Prep ienclng lesm *v m a hard
rained victory from the Columbia fresh
nien In the Columbia fencing room yester?
day by the scor?- of f? to I L.11. Mouquin.
of the Blue and White, first year team, was
the linhvldual star of th? Bas?t winning all
of his Ihres bouts and showltin' great skill
The summaries follow.
I UM ??utid Mav. Iv.lv Prea, ?Pi? *l?M (.wa.ii
Me\, ??<?:.im.,im, ?S, 7 fl. Mouquin, CvltlRll la,
?15 defeated Smith, Poty Prep, ?> '*? l?"??. Poly
I. ? k.r. Columbia, 'la, If?1
r ! lounil Mv?ui|Uln, Columbas, '14, d<
1...-...I Ua>. Pol?/ l'un, 7 ?'?. Stalth, I'oly l'rep.
d?f?-?t..i i;i..k?r. Coluiobta. )?'. ? i; i-iu*. P?l>
I'rep. defeated Owathniey, Columbia. '15. S I
'lulo ii.in.I May, Pay I Tup. i!ff.?nleil Can -
aorj. Columbia, '15 (substituted fur HWk.-i )
, ?. ?a?.., i. ..-v. Columbia. '1.'.. defaete** Hmltli.
J'oly I'rep. .'? -3; Mouquin. Osllisabjs, '15, do
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Largest and Best Stores in LONDON for
TAILORING AND OUTFITTING.
Leather Hat Boxet? Trunks, Bags, eto.
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41-43, Ludgate Hill ?.close to st. paulso
?37-140, Tottenham-Court Road vkm British mmte?n*,
Big Ed. Sweeney Fails to
Sign with the Yankees
Cann Reports, While a Snow?
storm Keeps Team from
Playing a Game.
B\ Telegraph to The Tribun? I
Indianapolis. April 2 -This wan a busy
?lav fnv Harry Wo) ver ton. manager of the
Yankees, lie had to welcome with due
cordiality a newcomer to the New ?orS
squad, he liad to cope with a heavv snow?
storm and he had to have a long talk with
Ed Sweeney and trv to bring the "hold*
out" oatcher Into Hue Ho successfully
i>ut through t'ne oral two performances but
Sweem y Is still without the breastworks.
A snowstorm was on the rampage all the
in?.ruing, bul stopped at noon, and Ihe sun
made a few f?-<ehio attempts to bleak
through. If tlip sun come* out to-mmrou
a fame bai be played, for ths flew her? la
covered, it snowed so hard, however, thai
water may have soaked through the out?
field tarpaulin The Infield Is protected by
?ike cover, There wssn'l a ghost of a
chance for a game to-day.
Ifternoon practice was held In the Coll?
ai um, a spacious structure, with c?>oi' hebt
?nd roomy tanbnrk arena. There was roor
enough for an Improvisad Intleld am
everybody got good practice. The spike.
I?.cr of Dolsn, the third baseman, ha?
hesled sufficiently for hlro to put on a uni
form. Williams also h;ts convalesced auf
tly to resume work.
The players bad ?pace epoiigh to do som?
lonir and hard throwing, hut the only hat
ting was to the Infleldrr:?. The new re.
oruil I? Mike ('ami. Who pitched for th'
St Mary's ?'"liege learn, of Californio, Witt!
cue-ess. Cann Is a left-hander, six feet
tall, twenty-two years old and weighing iVi
I?ounds. Tie never has played prpf???ion
slly. He baa been on the road a week and
saw nothiiur hut snow f?:n<e he left the
Bweeney was consulting UuMtablea when
he hnjshed hlc tnlk with Wolverton and
looking for ;i trslM hac|< to Chicago to
night. Ife muy come to term? yet. hut the
outlook .it pre?ni ton", never-aM?.
"Nothing doing vet.'' asid Wolverton. "I
pave swesney something to think over, and
the question must he ?ruled one way or the
other to-day I ?hall not make any fur?
ther effort? to induce the catcher to sign."
it doe?n't look as If our difference?
would be favorably ?ettled." said Bweeney.
SNOW FOR THE SUPERBAS
Play Indoor Baseball Just to
Keep Their Bats Swinging.
? nv Teiegrar'i to The Tribune 1
Springfield, Ohio, vpni I?Snow, which
almost reached the proportions of a bliz?
zard, was the weather which Bill Pahleri
and hi? BuperbnS faced from 1" o'clock
?his morning until after darkness. Luck?
ily ai rangements Were made late last
night for the Young M?n'r- Christian U
pociatlon gymnasium, where the playera
worked both morning and afternoon. The
Puperbas went further and actually played
an indoor baseball game With the I
ne? Men's League team to-night
Mr. Medicua. the treasurer, waa in com?
munication thie evening with Portsmouth,
Ohio, where th* team ia scheduled to play
on Thursday, and waa Informed thst eon?
ditlons there were favorable.
With the rain of yesterday and the snow |
of to-day. there doea not appear to be a
chance of the playera even seeing the
local ground? here, to say nothing Of
playing a game to-morrow. The surpris?
ing thing about the trip M far is-that
Dahlen is not loaded with a first class
collection of sore arma and other all
Imente due to the weather. The only play?
er that has really ? nad arm is Moran,
who look;? eure of a ntaee In right held
ltllly Sunday, the oldtlme outfielder of
1 the Chicago club, held a big meeting at
?the Auditorium here lnat night. .Several
i of the playera attended the lecture nnd
[were Introduced to the evangelist. Kun
i day renretted that he could not meet
I Dahlen and all his men
The team will leave here to-morrow
evening, the second eqtJad ?topping at
Dayton, where they will work on Thurs?
day and i riday and play the i'avion dub
on Saturday and Sunday. 'Willie Keeler
will have charge of the Yanntsan*. The
regulars will play in Portsmouth on ;
Thursday, weather permitting.
WALSH TO MEET COSTER
Keevan Thinks, However, That
i His Boxer Was Badiy Treated.
Eddie Keevan. manager of Kddle Walsh.
' has nn Idea that his boy was treated poorly
when Ihe Empira Athletic Club pitted him
I agalnai Jo? <*oat?*r In the mminc feather
R-elghl tournament on April 10. Walsh waa
' first matched to box Johnny Dundee, but
the McMahOn brothers thought it would I
I a better match for Dundee to box Houck
: If Cost?r Is right w"hen he meets Wall
I then ths latter may prepare for ?Qualli
!f h?* has an off day then the Boatotl I.
should win. Dumlee la alwaya consistent,
land if he works al his best with Houch
| the 'fans" will se?. a hair raising battle.
Eddie McOoorty and Fred Kiaua are ?till
unaiie to come to an agr--? tueiit ?.ver the
j wslghta at which a bout might be ;n
j rang d for the mlddli weight chumpionshlp.
' left vacant b> the d?sath of Stanley Ketch
ail. These two men have battled their way
through a aeriei ... elimination bouta until
they arc right at the t<??. of their ?lass.
Klaus has many friend i who believe thai
and stambaug atyie would wear
McGoorty down, while the lattar'a ff
e that Eddie's science and skill |
i '??.int. it may be, however, that
terms agreeable t?. both, will be ?i.
upon und t'nat the class one? more will
have a rightful champion.
When the gong ends the ten-round b?.x- i
Ing contest between ifoung Brown sad
Knockout Smith, at the l^.ng Acre Athletic I
Club, to-night, the "fans'" will tile through
the do ITS for the UUH till?*. ThS biiil'llng I
in which Mik<- Newman has conducted I
bouts since rh<- repeal <>f the Horton law
is about to be i???-n down an.l replaced ?
I by a ekyseraping oflhse building, Ths club, ?
however, will go right, on. Quartera more I
modern and commodious have been secured |
at Broadway and f?2d s'reet.
Bob Mobs and Jim Smith will appeal In
a ten-round bout at the National Sporting
Club of America to-night. Hmith has nol
appeared al the National Club ia some
and d?clarai thai ha hi better now
than ever. Mobs ia In the running for
tho middleweight title, be says, and is out
t.? w in in ?. hu. rv.
POOL AND BILLIARD NEWS.
j James Shoemaker, of Doyles Academy,
again lowered the colors ?if Qstirfa Hamil?
ton, of Thum s Acadi'iny. in the roomkeep
ers' pocket billiard championship tourna?
it! nt at tjie latter place last night. The
score was 75 to 50.
John Krank and Charles Johnston played
an Interesting game 1n the class B Harlem
1SJ balkllne billiard tournament at th.
Mornlngakl* Academy !a*t night, the for?
mer winning by a score o? 1?0 to 137. Frank
had high run? of il, u and 10 and averag.nl
?lightly over 2.
I TRAVELS ""AR TO SHOOT PISTOL.
i (ilobe. Ariz, April 2. -A. O. Talen, asslnt
ant superintendent of a smelter ber?>, i0ft
I Globe to-day for Stockholm, Sweden, to
JJ..?I the Swedish pistol team at the Olym
m FOR THE GOLFERS
Western Handicap List Likely to
Differ with National Ratings.
According to ? prominent official ?f the
"Western Oolf A??oej?tion, the next > ?indi
cap !i?t of that hodv I? llketv to d'fer ron
s'dernhly from the I nited State? Golf As?
sociation rstmg? recently issued When the
metropolitan handicapa appeared ? few dave
ago Instan ? ? ???r? po|rit?d out where the
ratings differed from the nstlonal. even
thoiiri the ayatsma aniployed by the two
bodie? were Identical.
The Western list will not he out until
next month, as the blank? were only issued
on March *V Included in the Western In?
struction? appear the following paragraph?
' It i? the d??lre to condense the li?t a*
I much a? possible, and. In order to do thl?
?tem of computing tbe hsaSlssg of any
I member of your olUB from your low mark
men has been adopted. We therefore a?k
for the nsm*s of your ten best players and
their handicaps at the close of the Uli sea?
son, based both on the par and bogle of
?/our courSS, computed on an elghteen-hole
"It will he of great assistance In deter?
mining eqtiltahle ratings If you <an give us
a line on your members by stating what.
In your opinion, would be a fair allowance
betwesn some of your members and some
well known golfer who ha? figured promi?
nently in open tournaments Tor instance,
John Smith. In the Hat furnished by you,
may he. In your opinion, i strokes from
i'harle.s Evans. Jr., ?u- some other prominent
golfer you may happen to know. If we
should rate the player you mention for
comparison at 1. wa would rm? John Smith,
your member, al t", and tn? others in your
list according to th? difference in their
club handicapa from John Smith. The as
tlon rulings w! be based on par. and
al Is holes."
?Comp?titive Rolf extending over a period
I of seven months i ,t. been mapped out hy
j the tournament committee of t ? Country
Club of ?jlen Rldgr. A start will he made
on April ."0 with the sprln? handicap.
Thereafter there win be something going
I on every werk until the end of November.
The dub championship will ?tart on sjeu
tember 7, conditions stipulating ? int in or
de:' to secure permsneni possession ><t the
championship trophy ;? player will have to
win it three times Competitions for women
'? have been listed, and the schedule also
Now Ihsl I-red Herreshoff baa dasldail
positively aa to hi? r>i-?n. for a for. ??n in?
vasion it is likely that other eathuslsstlc
Americans may arrange to go over and at
least lead their encouragement, even if
j they do not actually take a part In the
I championship tournsmenl at Westwerd Ho,
W D. Vsnderpool, of Morris County, aseas*
tary of the Metropolitan (?oif Assoeistlsn,
will he on hand Vaiiderpool Intends to
? i h all the prominent cour?e3 In Great
I Britain before he return?.
i Tom Anderson ir.. ihs foimer Inwood
profesetonsl i bS< k from a successful win
! 1er .it St. Augustine, Klft. Tht brother of
tie late Wllhe Anderson will take up hi?
new duties a? professional at the Oakmont
Country Club. This organization, by the
way, wiil hold the next Pennsylvania ?late!
championship tournament on June 27, Hi
, English critics frequently cri.t" Am*r
I leans of being "card and pencil" golfer?,
and not Without ?"me Justification, It would
I ?eem, for it rSCMtly came to light that a
i Philadelphia ?im.ititir net "tilv keeps track
Of hoi*-? play?*?) and strokes made, Put even
of Incidental espouses This enthusiast be?
gan playing In l?!i?, and ha? on file th>
seers of every round be sssajevsr asayed,
unhiding the ?cores of hi? OppeSMStS BSOh
asrd explain? in d?>lall the chances for Im
provemenl, teiu of pooi ?litves, wasted puts |
Inaccurate spproscbss, wssther detail? ani j
Riicii oiiiet incidental InformsUon s? only
an enthnslssi would re? ord
This golfer during his lasi annual visit
to Pinehurst, covering ?> period "f alstses
days m-?'l?' t w ? r,t>-on? rOttndS of elghtee-i
llOlCS each an?r played eleven extra holes.
He averaged M stroke^ for each round, or
1,071 strokes for the III boles
Memoranda such a? ?hese are undoubted?
ly interesting, and perhups ?ivcn consoling,
in years to cone, bul with the aveiagr
piayer there aie round? regarding Which
the memory needs Httls, if any, refreshing.
In fact, there are rounds which SOUM golf
era might prefer to f.)ig?t.
TRAVIS LEADS THE FIELD
Chick Evans Second in Golf
Tourney at Pinehurst.
Pinehurst? N. c?, April t?Walter J.
Travis led th? field In th.- thirty-six hole
testing round of the twelfth annual united
North and South amateur golf champion?
ship tournament lure to-day His card of
IM wa? three ?tn.kes better than the acoro
which landed ?'buries lOvan?, Jr., In second
position. W. ('. Fowne?, jr., of Oakmont.
?a? third, with 1?, and Oswald Kirkby, cf
Englewood, fourth, with lt>4.
Others who made the asasipisnahlp di
vlslon were K. U Stofleld, Jr., of Wee Hum;
I>r. C ti, ??anlriei, Of Ana?am; W. S.
Oiiion, of Alpine; Parker w. wi.iuenioie,
of Brookline; Harold J. Topping, Of tSTSSn
wich, chaster N. pniiups, of Orssawlch;
Prestl?y S. McLaughlin, of Wykag>l; S. I?.
Wyatt. of Kon'l Pu 1-uc; R, H. Gwaltney.
Of Wllmlngt?ui, Waller Fairbanks, of Den?
ver. James t? Statutes, |r.. of Detroit, and
I', ?'.. Wald?., Jr . ot t!i,,.,kUwn.
RACE FOR EUGENE FISOHOF
Paris, April : Berkshire T,a??. owned by
Pogene ?Fi?e),n,. i.nn the Prix ?iSSr, worth
l-V". at the Bt Oucn race meeting, to da?._
GHNTS Fil A VICTIM
None Other than Walter Johnson.
Great Pitcher of Senators.
FINISH UP WITH BECKER
Marquard and Ames Show Their
Curves to Good Advantage
IB'. Telegraph m The Tribune 1
Waahhsfton. April 2-The llanta added
: "Walter Johnson, the Washington speed
? phenomenon, to their Hat of distinguished
; vb-tlma tlil? afternoon when they took the
i Senatora Into camp by a acore of S to :'.
: Christy Matliewson waa advertised t?.
I "hook up" with Johnson, hut he did not
' arpear lu the box, much t?i the ?llyappoint
ment of sjy thousand "fans. ' Ruhe llar*
? o'iarH and lrf-nn A nice were rlevcr enoilKh.
j however, to hold the home pin>erP to sigh?
scattered hit? and to ?trlke out ten of
Johnson really did not toss off the Raine.
but wh?-n he quit In the llffh Inning the
acore waa I to l ?gainst him. The Sena?
tors tie?i up th? game in the ?seventh
frame, nith Ames In the box. hut "Ru-k '
Becker, a slim loft-hamler With a great as
sortment of blunders, could ti"t hold the
Nations] League champions. Partly through
hi? WlldneSO, BOOM hitting and ? few er
rora, the ?'.ianta piled up flea runs in the
last two round*.
Arriving here at noon from asheville,
the ?.Hants hardly expected to play, aa it
ha?i besa raining and ?pp cloudy, bul al
neon the ahiee slesrsd and the best rrowd
uf th--* trip turnad nul
t lark Griffith counted on Ifsthewson
pit hing ngalns? Johnson, and aa Matty
bad never appearrd hare, ha v.a? the mag
net that fattened the attendance lui Ma?
ura?*- went along a? ha h*.?l planned and
used Marquai I
The ???ante looked good ??gain?' lohn
son > ?peedv- j?lt?hlng and ran the bat?*,?
1 well. Their InfVM stood up much bettet
than Washington's, but the i.lgb wind
blew OUtfleld ft"?? about for some und?
' served hita
Th? pit-lilng wan ?oo.i in apota an?l tin
'fielding ju;t th? opposite. Johnson, Mar?
quard and Am?? each struck out thte? men
' In one inning, but Becher owned meal of
the bases on ball?,
i The Ginnte grabbed a r;:n In lb? Best Inn?
ing, and Washington tied tr.e score with
th.* aid ol Devore'a mlsjudgineni of .i Hi
ban. a "?.nop py Cbltt Meyera ovar
I Shanks'a ii??aa and ?mgie? by Derer? an?i
Ooyb put New Vork uliead In thl ce. on..
fiama, and in th? fourth a pair of error?
and Uevoies second hit produced another
?run. In th?* fifth Johnson fanned Snod
Murray and M-rkle In quick ?
? ?ion and then retir? d.
Marquard hebl the ?aeiiatorB after the |
?Aral inning, lie ?.truck out the aid? In the
, second, but allowed a hit between two of
the "Whlala At,.. - an?l Becher begin op
sratlons In the sixth, with two out In the
?eveiiti? Milan lut one tliat blew over I
grass* for a triple, lie ?cored on an InuelJ
Play, on which Ame? made an erroi. Thl*
put Behaefer <?n bale, and lie ecored on a
Steal and a hit b) Shanks.
The ?jpaetatdra cuitad for a tight finish,
but the Qiaata Walked awsg with the gam?
in Ihe nSRt Inning. TWO emu *, a sacrifi?e
lilt, three har.es on bal!*r and Fletcher's
double yielded three tattl?*, and in the ninth
a hit bv Murray, another error, a as? rill? e
fly and two mor?? pa?r?ea pro?luced the final
runs MSthewsoa pr?ahahly will appear h
the hox agalnet nralhor to-morrow.
The eooi ?-? followa
NF.vv Vilth OIAMTt i W/A8HIN<
un i lb ??? ?? ? -i.r ti.p.- ? ?s :
Devort !f 4'. 5 ' on Milan. <*f. in 2 Jol
Burn?, if 10 0 0 O'? ????haefer. rf ill 1 ? 0
2b 3 i - 2 2? atianka if... 4 0 1 1 0<>
R-gra ef ?'. '? 1 0 fl fl I'linn. ll> . 4 I I A ""
Ifurrav rf ? a 1 t BOiCua'tiam, Sb ?J"0 5 13
Merkt? lb 8 a I i" ' " MeBrtda, . ?"tail,
if.,.- ? 3t, JO .. I 4" P"..-I?*r. .11. 4?'l ? 22;
? ? ii 4 I 1 I t "' Alnniitt!?. e 2 I? I? 7 ? "
M? r?. .-. aa i .". M Henry, c. -"?? 4 Id
, o a i? :, i ?i j - ru. n, i*.. 2?>o ?> ?. o ,
Marquard.pte ?> ?> *>o n,. k?t. |.. . i?.u 0 I
|M ? 11 ?'?aal.l'.n .. I O I S u u
Totale .M S1027 14 2 T?tala ??SgflSe
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l n ?i i? u n g ?? ?i :i
Kiiai la?.- un ?rrors?New York, 4. aVsablng
II n, -.' Two base blt^ -llvpo. It?rera, l'Ietchcr.
Tt.rcr haae hu Mllaa. BecrlSc? bit Herios
< ti? Fie? lier ???.,.11 1 ?.???? -i. Ii.?.-f??r
(2), Hersag. Left ?n beae*. N'??<* Wk. Il;
V a?',au:, c T I ??? M Bl te. ?'.11111111*
hani anl FI? nu l'Ir-t MM OS balls ' ?ff J'ib.i
f. n i; off Marqiiard, 3; ?IT Kecker, ?I I
V'.t By Marquard. 6, bjr Jo ? bi Becker,
2; bv \-,.fK I Hits- off lehne ?? In :. inn
birrs, off M.ir?i?iar.|, .'? In ? 1st 2:10.
L'mplN Umili'oe. AtWn?Unca 1000.
Defeat Phillies for First Time by
Margin of One Run.
Philadelphia. April l?The Spring serle?
h^tween the local major league baseball
teama n??w stands two victories ?.?> on?? in
fayor of the Phillies. The world's, cham?
pions won th.-ir flrel game to-day by a
score of 7 to ? The Athletics landed hard
on Rn-nnan In the third Inhing, hut the
Phillies took the l??ad In th? elxth only to
lo?.?? in the eighth. Both teama played a
Steady fielding (am?. The score follows:
It II I.
Ariii?iK? oosoeease-1 u i
riilllles ...2?? I ?1 I -.? I) i S t? Il 1
1 ???,??. ...i? l?aiif(.r?h, Kran und r.aip
Premian. Makt?.rs and OrBBSBl unplref liliVi
RESULTS OF OTHER GAMES.
Ai Richmond, ii f<nnu,n Katlenalg l? Rieh
muni. Vbglnla USfgtM **
4r I'er^rsburg, Vh New Vori Y ink?-?? 1 ?
?.ni teaini, ||? Poteraburg, viiainia Lragtie, 0
At t'tiananeoM, Tenu, ft??? InmiM. Nstll Bal
Laegue, 4. <'!ia?tan?xi?a, Hoiitneni Latsgue, 0
At turrnlnKhani, Am Blrtnlagham, s.niihArn
Laacue, 7. Detroit, American l/mur, .-;.
At Norfolk, Vs NsrMk, 0; Newark, mt??r
nktliinai I.'ik.i?. n
Ai Newport Nrewi l*a * ? ?? ->ru ?seo?m?i r?-,-inu,
2, Nowport Neun, t/irslnla Leasue, n.
At Atlanta- Tnrnnt". International I.'sjii?. 4
Atlanta, ??uutharn l.e?Kue. I,
YACHTSMEN_ TALK PRIZES
G. E. Roosevelt Wants Standard
Form for Medal or Shield.
Commodore Auguat Ilecknchcr preaMed
la*t night at a meeting of ih?> Seavvunhaki?
Corlnthlan Yacht Club, follewhtg a nie.HS
dinner at the <lty Hub. No. IS.'. West 44th
street. <;?*i,rge Kmlrn Roosevelt, aserstars
and chairman of the reRHtta committee.
I condemn?.?l the present method of hu> lug*
j prizes for tin- winners of races by ti1(.
I clubs on Ihe Hound.
Mr. Roosevelt contended that it ? . ?ot
I the value of the prise tint attract! th?*
yachtaman, bul ths record ha is ? < \? to
! make with his boat. He luggawted that a
( standard form of medal or shield be n.lopt
j e.l aa a prize which would materially re?
duce the expense and at the aarm? flme
Please the owner? just as well as an ex.
? pensive trophy. Those present agreed that
I the matter should he submitted to the
other ?luhs on the sound and to the facht
H seing assorte nun.
H was announ.*ed that CernetlSS Vand?i
hllt has offend a cup for the ?mall srho.m
er class now bulbling to ,?.,. ,,uhrr, t|,r
coining neaaon; a!, o that rac(.s f,,,' iwa
"Jewel r ?las? win be hei.i ?fr orster
Bay every Saturday during the ?,..,.??, ?
well a? races for the 15-foot?.r!s
ThS first race ?f the s_eas?,, for the club
WtU be on May 26, for the New York Va?ht
ChJh ?Vfoot clase. Flee, .?8puln J ?
?man Boyl and Oe0iK?v (fich?la the s, ,-re
\HL Ta Hrr,:n* ,hp?,, rrMent m *?
[^dinner and meeting.
BOOM PRINCETON ROWING
Tigers to Race Harvard and
Cornell on Charles River. ?
| B) TeiegfSph M The Tribune. I
Prlnoeton, (f. J , April ?".-Another for?
ward step for PrtttCStOn rowing has been
taken. According to an announcement made
to-iloy, the Orange and Black crew will
.row Harvard and i'ornell on the Charles
Hiver this soring. Thin will he' the first
time simo ism that a Princeton crew bsa
rowed away from Princeton.
I The raoo will be held on May St. And
M iv :?:, th- second t.'W- ?ill enter the
American Henley at. Philadelphia.
The triangular regatta between Harvard.
Cornell an?l Princeton makes the rowinx
schedule the most ambitious ever arranged
for the Tigers. On May I? the Pennsyl?
vania snd Columbio eight? win meat on
Carnegie I^ake and the freshmen will row
: the Vale cubs over the same course. On
. May 10 the Freshmen will row the Phila?
delphia ?entrai High School crew on Car?
negie Lake while on June 7 a general re
paita will be held here in which tlie? Phil?
adelphia Parpe Club may compet?. AM nf
the races will he held over a mile and
' thrce-quartersi course.
! The iiico now rowing in ?lie first und sec?
ond boats at Trlncetnn will remain here
I during the Easter vacation in order to
I keep in training.
MORTIER A BILLIARD KING
Wins World's Amateur Title in
Big Tournament, Abroad.
runs. April i- The amateur billiard
1 tournament for the world's <?! ?implonahlp
ended to-day The dual gam? was won by
Mortier, of francs, who beat Darantlere.
, of France, by ??? to US. thus winning the
tournament and the challenge cup
Ferdinand Poggenburg. who won the ln
? tentatlonal tournament in the I'nited States
?several week? ago, and who represented
i that country here, was not at his be?t. He
?op op.lv three matches and lost six.
The final standing was as follows:
! Mortiei. Prases. , * 1
Arta?. Franc?. H 8
? Psrantlere, Trance . . ft 4
Maura, ?einium . B i
?.g'sajiz. Switzerland . ? *
Po*n??jen, '?etmaiiy . . . P 4
Roudtl, France . ft 4
Penenrcirf, lulled Ht at SS. ?] I
?t. Prance . 1 7
pe r>r<-c Fiat:.-? . . . 1 *
NEW YORK JUNIORS WIN
Capture Interclass Gymnastic
Meet from Freshmen.
The annual liujerrlass gymnastic meet of
? New York Lnlverslty was held yesterday
' afternoon at 1'nlverslty Height? and won
! by the Junior ?las? with a total of 18
pointa. The freshmen were second with 14
points', th?? .sophomore? third with 12 point?,
snd the asnlora last with 10 point*.
M'A.Iatn. 11| and Kentianl, '15. were the
11..11 who ?lid the best work, each capturing
! two tli st pi SPSS. At the same time the an
[nusl dual meet of tho two under classes
was held, the sophomores winning by a
score of 33 to K>.
The summaries follow;
Parallel bar??Won br ? I (Melt. 'It, with
a total of 31 point?. H f-Sul. '15. lecond, with
3".'. points; B. aollttbisr, '14. third, with ?t
riub ?winging Won bv J. P Phillip?. '12.
With 3.*. points, R. W. Duteher, '18, e? end. with
34 l"lnt?. C. L. Hrtilol, '14, third, with 2.'. ft
Ml* horse Won hy W. R M Adam, '1.1, with
; of ",2 BoMtS; 3. iloiluhler. '14. second,
?a ith '?i a point?; II. M. Utile, is, third, with
lf..rl*?>ii;?il b?r Won b| C It Kennsrd, '1ft,
with ? Mtal ?.f 3" ?'. points, s tlollsetsr, '14.
?eiotid, with 2? point?, v. P. Brundlo, 'Ig, third.
With IS point?
living ring?- Wen by W R MoAtttUB, 'IS.
?Uli a total of 30.B point?. F n Smith, '14.
second, with 27ft point?, i.. Kopchovsky, '14.
thli . ?fh 24 7.'. point?.
TuaiMlns? Won hy ?'. it Keaasrd tft. srith a
total of tS6 points; V P Rrundlr. 12. second,
with 27ft point?, O. <i Ni?rton. 12. third, with
M .'? 1 ?ilnts
MALONEY OUTPOINTS SMITH
Ordinary Boxing Marks Bout at
Tommy MslOnsy OUtPOlnted Cj Smith tn
ten rounda of ordinary boxing al Browns
Oymnsstum last sight Mslonsy held forth
In every round by a ?light margin, but
he found Smith always reedy and willing.
The later boiad his ususl rushing buttle,
WSdlng In and Whaling his flHll-like arms
about in haphazard sort of imtntier. l.'pnn
In? to.-s Maloney atosd t-aek and lent him
to the punch with a left hook to head or
hodv. in the clinches llslonsy drove his
man's head la. k with a righl hand appar?
ent So it was throughout, with I \v always
bumping ins head lato a punch In the effort
t<> land a telling blow.
The b.sl bout of the night was a four
round eon test between Bddle Moran, tho
Italian bantamweight from the Past Side,
and Johnny Hell. The former won ?leiis
hrely on points Hddle was oool and elsver
and showed great Improvement ovi hla
work of the past. He stood off end
slummed his left hand to the hem! time
after tune, while Ins ?hort right han?l en?
counter to the jaw carrtsd a world of fores
behind it. Bell wa? lucky to luvt the limit,
for In the third round Motan had him on
the ropes when the bell runs.
Hob William?, who ?mce ?tigIItraded as
a "liopv." Knocked OUI KddM 8111UI1 In two
"Bull" Anderson? strength ami aggres?
siveness carried him M victory over Terry
IfeQraw In ten round? Ht the Royals At 11
1. if Clubs of Brooklyn last night. Andsrson
rlppsd snd tore away at his man ami
finally earn? ?I the honors hy a slight but
well defined Hhade.
EAST SIDE BRANCH WINS.
The athlete? of 1 he Fast Hide branch
Wim the team hSUOra In the indoor eham
ptanshlSa Of the Young Men's <-lirl?tlan
Aasodstnon in Its gymnasium last night.
Tin- winner? were conspicuous In every
event, gathering a total of 32 points. Brook?
lyn Central was second with is, Harlem
third with 13 and the West 33d stteot
branch fourth with 12 point?. Twelve
branches competed for the prizes.
The sununath'S follow:
Thras staadlas jump? won bv C C. Kasktil,
Hri'okljn Ontrsl, with a Jump of IS feet 7
Incite?; J Alexander. Weft Side,, second, with
a Jump 0/ 2? f?et 4% inch'?; J. W. Brdlzer.
Vonker?, third, with a lump of 29 feet, 4'*
In. he?, K. y BloedSjMd, 23d Htreet, fourth, with
a i.,t.?;, nf 28 feet 11'4 In. In-?
Rop? cllmli ils fed? Won by ('. Moeslnger.
East side Time. 0:07; D. .t. Kunney. Ka?t aid*,
?eoond. Time, 0:07li. E. Tliayer, Drange, third.
TlniH. 0:07*4 A i'eret. 15W Street, fourth. Time.
t>t?u.llng l>n.?.l jump - Won by B, K Nlood -
flOOd, 2.M .Street, with n Jump Sf ? teet ll1.?.
rtehei; A Jaroff. 2a.I street, second, with a
jump '..f !? feel H'4 Inches; .1 W. Hrat?er,
> ..rik., ?-. third, vvitti a jump of ft feet a Inches;
H ''. Itrlarley. ?Ireeiipoinl, fourth, with a Jump
..f U fv.?t 7 Inch??
Po?sie '?'?'? ?wee by ?:. <?. Kasklll, Hrookiyn
Central* It ?' Selso, Hrookiyn Csatrsl, ascosd:
II. A, ?'layberKtr. EM Street, third: It A. ?vas
lier. Bastera WstrWt, fourth. Time. ??:.II.
Kiniiilii? tiish Jump Wen by It- Kessler.
Ku;?t Side, with a Jump of ft feet 4 Inches; R. J.
Sinvtli, Harlem, ??solid, with a Jump of S feet
SVt'lnrhe?; W. Ten K>.k. Eastern Dl?trlct, third,
with ? Jump of ft f?et 2'4, Inches; ?1 F. Wag
lier. Rast Slide, fourth, with a Jump of 5 feet 2
Cutting twelve potted BhOl W'.-n b> P. Vltecek,
East Hide, with h put of 47 feet 10?i ln?he?;
II I? ?'raft, Brooklyn dsetrsl, -..ml, with a
put of 11 feel tVi Inehee; A. n. Keini. .iers?.y
Cn? third, with a put of 42 feet 2^ lnche?. .1
Alexander, W??t Mde, fuurth. win, a put M IJ
Wreit'lng ilStV-poond rlas?; final t.outi W
Tioege. E?i?it Sid?, threw a. M Mdruvre. Hroi.k
Iv 11 1'. ntriil, with a half nel?on and body hold.
lea-pesad du?? (Saal bout? du? reter?ou.
lfurlem. threw- .1. Neal. I7ar.t Side, with a
crotch hold Time, g-gg,
ltd pound ? la*s- J KtrUn, Basr Side, thres
il >fel?.i!i, Iferlem with ? bodv hold Time
HOTEL NATIONAL. Lucerne.
Tk? I se?Me| Held g Se<i?tT C?*lr*. Lviarw
S C?af?rt. S.?<r? Vu? ?( Uk? tf Msvstsist?
TIGERS HELD 10 A IE
New York University Nine Gives
Princeton a Surprise.
| ERRORS COUNT IN SCORING
Sam White Spears a Liner with
Bare Hand and Doubles a
Runner at First.
IR?. Telegraph to The Trlbene.]
Primcton. V. J., April 2. -The Princeton
i baseball nine encountered its (lrst ,<=erlous
! opposition to-day when Now York Univer?
sity held It to a tie ?onro at 6 to fi. A
heavy mist made It impossible for the game
| to go hrynnd nine Innings. Th?* I'nnceton
; team contained numerous substitutes. Cap
| tain Sterrett, Pendleton and Parker pH
being out of the game. Handicapped by
poor wenther conditions the contest was an
unusual combination of brilliant nnd leth
argia playing. Heavy hitting and error?
' combine?! to roll up the run*?. In all four
two-b.iggers and ?mo triple were made,
vvhile K. V. 1'. made five errors and the
i Tigers four.
The rapid transition from th<- moat in?
different playing- to brilliant work re?.-tied
: It? culmination In the Klxth Inning WBCb
i Sam White, after missing an easy ground?
er, ra? e.| back ?if se. ?nid ami speared what
SCSSaod ;i ?ure hit with hit? hare hand,
; doubling th.? runner on first with plenty of
, time to apare.
i Greenbdum and Jones were picked by
I flark. the Princeton coach, as the twirl
i era. Hot Ii were "touched ?if?'" pretfv freely.
although errors were responsible for some
. of the runs. Hlnnot. who was on the moun?l
1 for the visitor?, pitched a creditable g^me
and deserved better support.
In th? first inning the New York team
, went up In th? air, making three errora.
which netted the Tiger? two run? without
J n elngl? hit A baae on ball?, another
1 error and a double by Worth.Ington add?-?!
two more for the Tigere in the third frame
A base on ball? and White's ?Ingle s?*ored
on* lu the next Inning, and with the visit?
ors one run in the lead Beger ti?*?l the
game up with a triplo In the ninth with a
man on first.
The visitor? got to i.rernbaum in the
! fourth and fifth innings. A single by Nix?
on, an error by T.aird and a double by
' Brennen ?cored two runs in the fourth,
i while a baae on ball? ami singles by Ham
? llton and Alineman accounted for/another
| pair lit the fifth Jones, who replaced
?jieonbaum, held the visitor? safely until
the ninth frame, when a base on balls, an
error and a double by Slnnot aent two
more run? home.
The score follow?:
PRINCETON. I N T. I'
! Shaw, sa ? B 1 0 2 3 1 NU?n. If ... Ml 50?
ghafer, .-f. 2 0 0 o o o L>-n<*h. ?... Bio ?-?to
IMilt?, 2b. 4 2 1 3 ? llKIMffe, r ., ..810 500
Beget. If .601 a Ol'Brennan. lb. M?2 ?00
????.?j rf... Ill O 1 Otltenne'ger. rf 40 1 10 l
Werten. 8b 4 0 1 2 1 0? ?leN'ally ?a. s 1 I 3 32
Rhoades. lb 4 0 1 11! 0'j Hamilton, 1 f 40 1 ???it
Taylor c. 2 10 6 3 0 Alnieniari. 2b 3 1 1 OJO
Oreen'm. p. 2 0 l 0 lOdliinot. p.. 211 o :i i
Jone?, p .. 10 0 0 0 1
?bterr.Ut .. 100 0 0 ?I
tl-aird. 0 10 0 00
Total? ...S3 fl? 27 14 4' Tota!?.34 6 8 57 8 5
?Hattad for Oreenbaum In flfih ir.niiif. tRan
fer fihafer In ninth Inning.
FriB<*eton.2 o 2 i o o o o i??
N V. D.d 0 o -.' 2 0 o o I ??.
Thre?j-baj? hit?Reger. T?o base hits - -Worth
Ington, Hrcnna.ii. Hlnnot. S? rKV'e hits? Shafer,
VSorthinrtton. Taylor Btoletl l ?ees Hheadei?,
Taylor. Lgraeh. Struck out Pv Qreenbasm, 4;
hv jone?. 3; by tMnnot. 4 Kimt ha?e on baila
Off Oreenbsum. 3: off ,t?>r.? ;; o?r stnnot. 4
Wild pltoli- Jones O.iiibl. p!:iy?White and
Rbo.idea lA'tt on hases - l'rIn ratea, a. V Y V .
". l-'liat bas? on error? PTIn ?atoa, ft, N. Y. U .
2 Time-2 l.V Mapire <ri:.ien.
YALE TEAM GOING SOUTH
Will Play Six Games, Winding Up
with New York Giants.
New Haven. Ar'il - - The Yale baseball
team will leave hers to-morrow for It?
annual "-Southern trip, which run? to April
10. The first game will be pla>?*d with
Oeeegstswn, at Washington, on Thursday.
The following men will make up the aqua.d:
Hart well. Scott, Brinsmade. Dyer. Oils,
Freeman. Vail ami Brown, pitchers;
Chureh and Burdette, catcher?; Hi?!th II
first baae; Bennett and Uarpham, aecon.i
base; Cornish and Blossom, ahortstop; Her
ritt and McCreery. tldrd base; Gros?. Reil
ly. Thompson, Carhart. outfielders.
Th? ech?*diile follow? AprM 4, George?
town ut Washington: April ?, Cornell at
Washington; April t?. i'niversity of Vir?
ginia .it Norfolk; April >. Johns Hopkins
at Baltimore; April !?, John? Hopkins .it
Baltimore; April F?, New York Giant? at
RESULTS OF C0LEOE GAMES.
Washington, April g. QaOfSJStOnU I "i
versify defeated Columbia I'ntversity here
to-dav by a SCOTS of 5 to 1. The batteries
were: QeorgOtewn, Fieule. Lyn<-ti and Mul
lanev; t.'olumbia, Bailey and Williams.
Chariot tesville, Vu., April 2 Tin? T'nlvct
slty of Virginia di feated ft. John's College,
<?f Annapolis, at baseball 1?re to-day, h> a
score . f i to 1
Chapel HIM. H. C, April I?Amberet de?
feated North Carolina here to-day by a
?? ore of f> to .1.
SCHOOL NINES MEET TO DAY
Manual Training and Townstnd Harris
Hall Iligli schools will meet in their annual
baseball gam.? at Edison Field, Henry snd
Liorralns ?treots, Brooklyn, this afternoon,
Instead of ?' Marquette Oral.
SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
Mailed anywhere in the United States
for $2 50 a year. _
MlUt HI NI SIGNED
Bars in New Jersey Let Down for
FIVE-YEAR BATTLE WON
? Reciprocity Measure Which Hai
Aroused Such a Bitter Fight
a Reality at Last.
I rt.v Telegraph to Tie Tribune ]
Trenton. X J.. April t?OOVSTBOr H il?on
Signed the Sti.kel automobile reciprocity
I bill at 5 o'ilock this evening, and from new
| on the New York motorist who want? to
drive through New Jersey can do so for
fifteen ?lavs without registering or filing ?
power of attorney with the Commissioner
Of .Motor Which? at Trenton
About a hundred automobllists risaaal
around the Governor's desk when he signed
ihe hui, whi,h W.1S quickly rushed over t<>
the Secretary of State's office. Telegram?
w-cro tli"n sent to the forty-nine agencie?
of the Motor Will'le Department notify.
Injr them of the new law and telling them
that hereafter the fee? for dome?tle
motorists would be fiO per cent higher, tlds
being one of the ossseessona mad.? by th?
loeai motorists to .lid the enactment of the
Assembly nia n Stickcl, the sponsor for th?
reciprocity bill, Is the youngest member of
the k>gfslsture, and It Is the Intention of
the automobllists of New Jersey to give s
dinner in hi? honor shortly, at which they
will present him with the pen which i;ov
emor Wilson used m signing the bin O?
enthusiastic motorjft In :he Governor?
offiVo when the bill ?a? signed handed the
fjovernor a blotter, and after tie Execu
the had used It to dry his signature tu<-i>*i
:t away In his pocket, with the remark that
he was going to hava it framed a.? a sou
venir of a five-year fight, for what the
motorists contended was fair pie*
New Jersey Is the forty-fifth state In the
Union to throw open Its doors to the for
eign motori?t for a reasonable period say?
year without requiring him to r?citer ?nd
file a power of attorney.
Prevtom, t0 Blgning the bill the Governor
rranted a hearing on it, at which a large
number of motorists and farmers wer?
? present. IV. dive Crosley. Joseph if.
i Wood, president of the Stete Association
| of Automobilist.s; Judge LgSS]g 8. Martin,
i Richard C. Jenklnson, of the Newark Board
? of Trade, and a number of other? spoke in
, favor of the measure. John D. ?.'ox, of
lllunterdon; C. C. Hulsart, of Mstaurss,
? and Theodore Brown, of Gloucester, op
I posed the mu on behalf of the rarm?r?.
Mr. Jenklnson made perhaps the nio?t
j rot^i.t argument in favor of the Governor
i signing the bill. lie presented a petition
irum rlie Newark Bo^rd of Trade urging
the Governor to affix his signature, und
then polnt?}d out that 22,00) persons wer?
how employed in Newjersey in the mai. i
facture of automobiles and accefsorl??
with a ><>arly wage of more than $:?>,i.**>,'<A
Mi. Crosby, who said ho spoke foi .. HI
automobillsts In New Jersey, said, in part:
We represent that the granting of this
privilege with the fifteen-day limit d.v.
not in any ?cay Jeopardise tiie highways
of this atate or any interest thereof or
that of the farmer or granger, but. on the
contrary, it contemplates the increase and
circulation of money, the promotion of
go?Kl fellowship and the exchange of priv?
ileges which should long ago have BOSS
extcniled bv New J?irse>, to its own advan?
tage and the advantage of Its cltlien?
Further, if the law Is justified at nil it
! should take effect immediately. Our
i:- also peculiarly situated, as those from
Other states must ?-onie in hv olearlv
lined ami well known channels, and a prop?
erly and well organized motor vehicle ?!?>
partnunt could locate any gross vio
and an example or two would be all that
would be necessary to prevent any general
violations of the privilege.
Public opinion is with the principles in?
volved In this bill, both within the state
A number of prominent New Vork mo?
torists when told of the signing ef the
Stickel automobile reciprocity bill by Gov?
ernor Wilson at Trenton yesterday ex?
pressed their delight that the measure
had at last become a law As one of then,
put it: "We did not object to paying the
nominal license fee of $1, which was orig?
inally Charged for the tourist license fee,
bul ?re did objsct to the red tape that
surrounded the getting of it. Now that
the sti.-kei bill is a law, we ear. cross
through New Jersey on a tour tvlthout
having first to look up an agent of the
Motor Commissioner of that state and
submitting to a < ro?s-oxaminatlon before
getting permission to do go."
m her. w.-re of the opinion that the let?
ting down ?>( the bars would prove a boon
to the New- ."ersey coast resorts, as mo?
torists who heretofore had kept away
from the state would r.cw become visitors.
LONG RACE FOR DOG TEAMS.
Non- \!?i?ka, April 2. The All-Alaska
?weep?takes dog team race will be run
over the Ml mile course from KSSM to
Candle and return, starting next Thursday.
Five teams have ben entered, niakin* the
FIND MAN BURNED TO DEATH.
Mrs. Anna I-ane, Janitrese of th? tens?
inert house nf No. M W. st UM street.
stumbhu] over a human body yesterday
morning It wa.s that of William Allen, who
bad lived with hi? daughter. Mr?. TSSSSM
Smith, .i milliner. Mosi of Ills < iotliint;
had been burned off. and he was ?eorche.1
from baud t'? fast Dr. Oler, of the J. Hood
Wright Hospital, saiil that the PASS hs'i
Inhaled llames, that killed him. Re
constant smoker, and it is thought thai v"*
Slbly a box of matches had been ignit**! ,n
his pocket. The coroner was notified
I Men and Religion
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