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J Hockey ?* Racquets * Automobiling_ & Lawn Tennis 1 THORPE NOT SO DEEPLY PENH Says It Was Hard Luck Being Found Out by Amateur Athletic Union. ? DID NOT HURT OVERMUCH Dick Kinsclla. the Discoverer of Larry Doyle, Signs to Act as Scout for the Giants. 1 n Thorpe, the remarkable athlete of the Carlisle Indies School up to a few ? 8 i ago and no? a member of the New York Giaitfa, ?io.?s not apfieai bo penitent ? -a ! ? I ..'i.il hit. r to J. ?'. Nm-I olsoi ?i m the ??n-' h? ?'rote t.. tbe \i!i??t?"ir Athletic i iiion lor the pan he played !n representing Ibis countr* ??; thi Olympi? ?aune? ?rhen not eligible as sn amateur. il? saya it was hard luck that tin- Ama? leur Athletic Union found him out. hut 'i ??! :? did ii"t hurt him BO n? h ?is some persona thought Nichol on. th? brilliant rfUrdlei o; th. ' 111?. er-'Cy of Missouri, ?.? - I'iirt iv'lhil '1 ? I train ? wiih Thor p? ,,? ? i ?i- mpli es m Stockholm 8?... la il Jul i ' the Indlaui sron the petti ? iii.on for vils country, although .r had previously lost hit amaueur standing !?>? playing professional bameball. When Thorpe confessed, .i feu weeks ago. Nicholson arrote him ?? lettei of ayaapa? Ihy, an?! r %ost i red the following In reply: Ft lend Ni.'k: Your letter at hand, and ? is sun glad to bear from you. Tea It .?- li.ua link in the A. A. V. finding me 0 't ?.'it It didn't hurt me as some people 1 bought. I ?io know now where 1 am at. and know what to do v. hen a Rood thing presenta Itself-rl mean. In ?i naonej lin?". I BUPftOM von will have h.ard that 1 ?Igred a contraci to pla* baseball ?ith i ? Ne? York National They act-*: glad t?. receive me sa ? ball ptayer and ghi thai 1 would ma i? good. I ? m torn th?ii i ?ron'1 be ai>i" t" ?. e >ou ? hen ? ou come Baal to Phimdelpbia. i .?m coin'.* to llauiln, Tea., ?vitti the t?am ?i Pebruarj It "Well. Nick, "hi boy. lahlng you the gi. at?esl au? cesa In the ai lat? and alao ih? Matte; Tbanhs f<>i y oui i. '?< i ?nd aympath) JIM." Mill'.n Sunk, who Mas recoiled from l'uii.'.io bj John ?' McOraaa last fan. ??Iht?' h.? proved himself an Infleldei -.f rare proraiee. sent*in in-' signed contract ? larda] to John B, Foster, secretary ot' !h- ?liante. ?Hoch Havd it. 11] t-aireo for BuffSlO at shortstop, returning a fielding avene ..f *???? and hitting for .??i?. He had a tr.al ?it!) tiie Glr?nt<? la*t Spring, an?! inn "Id OS this year, particularly if Tilly Sch?fer does not report on account ??f i il ss i '-rfunied note? l:?? harii V. Kim?. 11a. v.-lio har? made a i ?une for himself as a basehall s*out, has -.civ d a ? ontraet with the Plants and will search the byways, hushes? and sand lots for material of whh h Matty. Larry Doyle, Jeff Tcsreau and Rube Marquard ST? made II?? aeted as s.-out for the ?St. i.?'.us ?'ai'lirals last season, hut John J. M.trrsw hid higher for hi? BBTVloeo, an?l landed the Coljmhus of seveial diamond *nrp. lncl'.idint- Larry !>o>le The tirn?- must come sooner oi later ? hen every 'hold-out" ci? ?"s in and pets into line Marty ? ?Tooie. th?* costly twlrl er of the Pittsburgh Pirate?, r?ach?d Mils ? onelusion yesterday and sent in hi? ??igned contract. ?Joe Tinker, manager of tlie < Cincinnati Reds, has appointed I?i?k Kgsn SCOOaad hsaeman. his first aid snd Ueutsaaat. When Tinker is not in th.- game _gaa will act as captain ami Seid l?'.??!*-; The Toronto eluh. champion >.f the In i.-rnational League last assson, will rala? the pennant on June I Rochester, r.inn-r ..f the flHfi in Mb, tu? ht?.i tai], and runner-up i??st year, arffl '?? the oppenenta ..n that day. tic GoMoi aabo araa :eeH-... i the .-?r. Louis Cardinals to ti.?- Bl i'.?,:i ?' h of the Arnerican Association In ltlt and ?.t- rated by Um latter dub on ar*count of i.i- not being m playing condition, araa t ?Instated yeeterdi ? bj ihe Nal ?? il Commission witliom n.'' Infliction of '?< Ano. Hohlen quit Um ??anu voluntarily pending the rocov? <>f bis pitching aro., and has not stayed rlth any ?'??in sin..-. The itory, stvanK. a- .t BSUndfl i ornes from Chicago, that Charles A. Comlskey, owner of th" Chicago white Box, ?'?n play fist base at l'aso Kohles, ?al.. an? -? i the pac.- for tin' re rults. The old Roman, it la -.?h. baa d< cided t" .ion the ?pangles snd shoaa the youngster?, par arlj Bort?n, how the position should e ?laird. Comlskey snore oil drinking ?. week?? ?go, eut down on ?us clgara and ogaua soin-; io bed earl) The answer ? HIKSCH TOO MUCH FOR HUBBS Height and Weight Tell in Ten Round Bout at Brown s. ''Bpeeia? Deliver* Hits h, of Chlrago bad Bsanearhsi the better of Teddy tiuhhs. a PlttStWrgh fi-alherwelnht. ;n ten iouikI? of boxing at Brown's Gymnasium :ast night Hirsch had the advaniage in h<tght. iea.-h and a liil ?if weight over his op? ponent, aii'l captUTOd honors ?ti seven of ih*> rounds. Th?? bout was inarr?*d. how? ever, hy freijueiit holding on the part ??f :ii. ?LI.ago hoy. In t1 e seventh ioun?l he hung on so long and so strong that ho all hut pulled a glOVS from the wrist of llubhv. It looked as though the latter was In for a kno.'kout in the? eighth round, but he came back strong and mayhap would bave non h.-ol thon ht m more rounds l" so 1 "Boob" Nei?on, a baatesswelghl of the West Sid?-, won easily in a slashing s|?t ssattai i leiuninary hout arlth "Kiaockoot' lassen. CONORS FOR AN ATHLETE. ^arol'l Kephart, the ??ll around school yS> athlete, who headed the Huff .and Ml ;e ticket, was elf ?ted prSSMeal of'th* r'neial OrgSntSStioa "f '?'rasmus !!?t'l igli School at Its annual ?lection helrt pSSterdsy. It ?a? the closest right In the history of the school for the office. ?'liarles Matthews, another prominent athlete, who attempted to 'any through ??n ladepesadenl party th-ket. was de? feated. Rome - EXCELSIOR - Naples HOTCLS Utiti-Ctvltan Mettle ami teefgnot Oretiai. Smtrltea Luxury i Camfort, tut latente. TYPE OF SPEED CRAFT TO BE SEEN AT THE MOTOR BOAT SHOW IN THE GARDEN. _.-a--'-1 I'lic ! iny Tad, built by the Reliance Boat Works. RITCHIE TELLS PUNS Wants to Elevate the Stage am Get Big Matches. TO GIVE WELSH A CHANCI McFarlaiul and Britton to Mee in Ten-Round Bout at the Garden. Will" llii, In'", ti.r lightweight cham pion or the world, who is not? ?n tbl city, will leave f,,r Detroit " Frida: ev? ning t.. nil a theatrical ?--n?re?*<r'm^tii He la siso plsnning a trip n> Kngtand t .-:??? at. ? ? Btag? "-i the otl H aide o the big pond ?r l.is manager, Billy Notait cas com? to terms ? I beatrtag manag? i ? Ritihl" haa engagementi which, h saya n?l keep la tlm? occupied unti sume time in May. when he will he read; t.. defend tie title. Wolgaet, McFartand Freddie Webb or Joe Riven BIS the mei whom the champion mentioned a^ heim the most logical ?men lo meet him (O the championship, and after them .ia.-i Brittou. In view of the ending of hia match erltl WolgSSl Ritchie said that h< won'? tather nu-et the Cadillac man than an: other bowel, but added thai II osa'en tlrely a matter for the public sad th? promotora tu cl?*<-.?i? -. "I'd rathei mes W?*jgaet tha'. any of the other light weights at preaeot.'1 asid Ritchie, "foe fee] that la vie? of the en,Mu? of tbi battle It le due to the public T 1?re aril alsraya be some who ?rill hellere that h? was the rletim of bad iu"k. I'leddie Welsh win bave his chano t?? become champion of the world If th< promotora ?aie t<? Mndmrt the bout When 1 boxed him I took t: 8 lOUt Si . moments notl.e. hut he had nil kIii'I? 0 trouble in gainii | the decision at the am of twentj rounds, if we ever rnoei agah I will be in the seal posalbl? condition and I think tiiat I will win easily." "Psckey" McFartand, th- wlaard fron the Chicago Btbckyarda and ia. :< Brit ? tOB, vv h.ji.i i.ianv I,???eve t,. he his maS' 1er, will meet in that nun li talked ol and often postpone?! ten?r0Und "ontes ir Msdteon s?iuare Garden on March 7 01 i? i tii* 11 v planned. Rilly Oli?*on. manager of the Gardei Athletic Club, complete? i all detalla aitl .MoKarland yeeterday. "Packey" v in ai i rive in thi1? .it? ..n eltbei Tbui . Ptrlday to put oa the Plniahlng touche? , ta bit training. According to. the artl . , ?s of agreement, McFartand and Brit? ton Brill boa at 185 pounds, weigh In si , :; afclook la the afternoon This aril , fi'wt both men a chance to eatei the tine ; at about 111 pounds Two round trip tickets and a gu?rante? of $?>."<"' are ii.?- terma andei wklel Jsek Dillon has sgreed to meel the ?ii. net of th.- Klaus-Papke tight In i'aris sccordlag lo a statement '-,'iv.u out In Milwaukee yesterday by Tom Andrews Johnny Kllbane, the featherweight Champion Of the world, arrived in this .itv ytssterday morning for hia ten round beul vvith Qeorge Klrkwood, ??< .?t Lopta, al the Empire MM? tic ?'lut" ?'i-rimit Kllbane is more thai dis? gruntled over the failure of the bexlai critics lo see that he is reaiiv a flghter snd he said yeaterdaj afternoon that h? ; would prove t" ih" "fana" al tha ex? pense Of Kiikvvoo.l thai he was the ! ? bamplon of the world. ir th?? Forest City boy liv.-s up ?.. hia promise and goea out at loi. sj,e.d from ; strut t?. finish the .row.I Will BOB B BOU1 ?wen worth arstchtng. Certain it ?s ihm Kllbane has the science, s-j??-.'i and aklll ! <?r a champion, bul he has nevei shosm : thu' he has s punch worthy of the name. There will he two other ten?round con? >i.^ Johnn) l.ore. the rugged, free hitting lightweight of tii" lowei West side, -.vil! meel "Toung" Bhugrue, the 1 Heve" Jersey ? * ? i > boy, foi leu round 'while ii.it r ? Donoboe will cross glovei a it h Pnll ?i oss WILLIAMS WINS AT HOCKEY Massachusetts Institute of Technology Team Off Form. tn.v Tslagraab -o Ti,e Tribune, i anutanwtown, Mas.?, Feb. lt.?Will? iams defeated the MSBSSChuaettS Insti? tute of Tethnolr.Rv at hockey here this afternoon ... ,. acore of i to ? '? Thla was the iifth rolltest of the M'.'.-Uli I'm the Porpl? and the first m tVilliamatown Which has l,e?'li J.lii'ed undei favorable weethef conditions The line-up follows Williams i?, I'osiitot, M i , :;, TioS'rs.?i. . Banna) leapt , sfacXamee.P.Elchom ?'oiiklln.?.C. T.Stu.-Klln i M. ?inler.It..i-.m.i. ?'? '?ml?'.C. . Ilnrlbut ?'uni*. n. \v.Pleteber Bwata.!.. \v.UaeLeo* bsbatitstei Needy for Curt?a, King '-.i Mood] ?i".':- If '"Ulli-, |?fja >'iirl". . ?"il'I'I. Kleteher, Hurl I lit, M;.< l.eod n-fer.e I',..,..,. 1. ,,| I'll I?,ni.I ,,,,,1 i, ,i, ?. i, . Ml<!,in- a..0 Bey?oMa, ..? tVIIUan rimer < rsuford, ?f Wiiiiainr. Time?Halvea or BU minutes. Motor Boats a Magnet for Lovers of the Water Prediction Made That Output Will Double This Year. MANY ORDERS REPORTED W. H. Gooderham Buys a Big ' Cruiser for Use Across the Border. Mai i ?orders foi pos -. boats sngli et snd other sccs,ssorte that malts up the ?equipment of motoi boats ware taken at tiio motor bosl shoe in Msdlson >-'T.ia.re Garden resterdaj Bevsral ?out-of-town dealers, torot coming from fur off coua tries, ; in ed tbeti .,-.,, 11 snd epent i n ? ctlng Hi, newest m the ?power boat world at'ii in making u ttnk, of the ,-r. gtnea of which there are n?earty a hnn ? '.??>] different makes on exhibition Business *-.is s,, brisk with the ??? iiibitor> that the prs'dlctlen ssesasd le I geireral that the eomtog leaaoa's ?eotpal ?.?.in double that or last j ear. The <,- lora for hoaih have been ?unusually ?ar??e. The Standard Malar i on?atructtea <'om pony, which is exhibiting a ?iiik> varletj fif ma.ta.is at the SllOW, loOSd Orders f"i four eniiiiias f-.i t!,,- Dominion ?"v?rn menl boat? i? ?also b?k irad onia-i? r,.: engines "f the beav; dut t pe f"i or m hauling the ahal '?? '.?i in t!;.- ?,.? ? of t!.<- Asorea, There sre several boats in tin s.- n-,tci. ?equipped alth Standard enginca ?i" - savj -lut. i..:- |<og heat y canoes used in the hunting of the whale, That ths greateat def? et of UM ga ? motoi as - it.- In iblllt! lo -iai i .-..?. some outside eoui.; poWei was th? belief of Edward v. Hertford, **> iio sftei almost three rears of care-ful ?considera Itlon of varibue means of store*! i?'-*1 [available foi the purpoac "f lra?provlng [the motor Including compressed n\r ?and ] spi Ingi ??? ;??? i ont Inced tl at ele? 11 j would be the moat effective, owing te ths f.i t that m aleo can k d -???th it tin- eon? ventanee <>f electric lighting f?aeitlMes Mr Hartf?ard s., realised thai In hla ?electri? seK?at?rtei and lighting system the problem ol economs had been solved by reducing the ? Ight of th-- syat?em to ja minimum and simultaneously deliver? j ii | the maximum aihonnt of pawei I Thk starting un'i llgl I 11 ratem ??a??, surprised th? best i :? itrical e?nflneers bj Its wonderful work The motoi weighs ! <.?nl> twenty-four poumis, Is h.>>u' eight Ini i ea In length and i" ?? laches la diameter and rated at ?one-third borw power ii attains e speed at '-' ?"" !: ''? ? M. au: tw.-l\.- volts' J The system hae airead] been added ss i indard squipmenl b> ?several makers ?f '. motoi cars, and Is now being adapted to . lotor boats bj rnanufaetnters ot pawei craft. The Electric Launch Company, ;,i;.i- ol the Kl", liants. Is shoaina a I, ruisei ?equipped with lbs sslf-sts b : ahlch !?- creating much tataraal. Thai [added feature II s great eonventence, .'* 1 the operation onl: n? cessltat?ei the press? .,;. ,,i i. button alth the teot a bUs the bands i.ala on the steering wheel, caus* ! ing no energy on the pari of the operator. Th-- sttendance has been much largei than ni am ?previous exhibition, anal tlie managers sre i)i-1ikIh"I aith tha- Interest . ,?...,, i,- i itors snd b) the Intelligent ? [shown In discussing th? boato, en^ma-i?, carburetora snd a.iii.-i ?contrivancea. Amona th-,-' st tl ? show : esterdsy were v ?. .-?'<?? t.i t....... i ? George B, Baker, INew Tarh -Yacht Club: Captain C n Mc? , Lellan, of the llf?esavlng ?service of thi* state; i? Y, Spear, ef the Batanarlas beat | iiuelnaaa ?of Hea Lend ?an; ESHbu fraat ' Hudson Maxim, Theodora D. Weils. Bdgsr A, Bwlng, formally of the 1'iiita-al BtardSS I navj hui ii"?* with ths Iterbech Motor Compon) : N". >'? Rom, fnnin.rl?. of this cltj but non with tha Loan Victor Cora? pony. "f Cleveland; Jasaaa i> Simpson, John .1 Amory, President <>f the National ?association of Engin? and Boat ?Manofart? | iiieiH; Henry ft. Butphen, rnatrman of the ! show . iillimllta-a . .lames ?-T.iifi. who butldl j engine* aad B. a. iii'.tt-.? of th- Standard | i ?onal i ??' tion i '"lupanv. ?Several ealee arete reported pesterdsy. I The ir.-fa?,i .-rui-lliu boat huilt h.v tha :i;h'tii' Launch Compani bai been pur? rhssrd bj W. i? Oooderitem. of Toronto ; Mr, ?:oo h i ?lain "will uso iiif- boat In Cana? dian sratera, He Is ths onm-i of tha Heloisa.-. ? hydroplane, which hist sum? |?mer shawed a s?.r.-.i of forty-three miW ni hoar and -*.?>ii almost everything in ?'an."i.i . Tins ?cruiser Ii ene ?of the most , ,,.'ii|ii?-t<- ?.nil up to date boats built, it ?will rVa-;> sev.ii ?psrSOOS loiifortuhl?. ?a. ? larga saloon, doubt? stateroom, ?galtery, l'usine room and Croat's quarters below anal ? roomy d?eek and sun aiecu. TiK IS?foot Bleo SXpreOa h:.n tuen i'ijr chassd bj Oeorsn W. Pierna <<r ths New York facht ?'iiiia. fair use la 'he n,y of Naples ftaheri Stuart, a>r the New li.rk Y;..-ht ?'lui', gteo purchased ? "afoot Ktro ymcttl tender for <is<- on Ms steam yacht the Usa fula. i Six Cities Find a Place in Latest Baseball Circuit. I Del?gate? fr"m f'owghkeepMe, Kingston. ' Newburg, Middleman. N. Y l>*ng .?! ind City ?mi Paterssa met in the Cadillac . iiotei yesterday and duly launched a new baseball rtreuti under the same of th? New Toril ami New .1er e; League it was d?. id.'l to ' onfln-? t.'.e . ..!? to -,',?? dtles this year? although applications for franchises arere received from several 1 others Mayor Roslyn II Coa of MldJletew? ?as elected prasMeat Prod Lleb aeera* lar', and C PtOSBMia Wee.i t reas ?ret 1 he ' I? ??presMent win he ehalnaaa of ...ird of truBtees and ihe meaahsra ?rttl . Is st him ti eaatsetvei Th? s-1 e.iuie ? ..niinifie?. ?rai nam?d. ?s folioar? John Laarlor, sf M'diiietown. ?Joseph Detaney sf Paterssn, and oeorge Mo toi laOng Island ?lt., whU? Jack Orim, Ted Dhweroth and Wllllsn. H Pfhti I wore .?i.nted to ?ii_rr * constitution. Il ,. plsnaaed le spes the ??eason on 1 ?-lu. Ma- M ?no . ION SO l*Pt?SS? ber 7. It I? not kSOWS J'i?i -*t detent ,.. ;..?...? ?IM he played, hut It i" . ?... t. .? i. , i then arill ?? ?' ieasl ?it a V-..-ek ?; ? -....? : ?. .' ?A.. ? ' \e : i.' J' jsi aVid *noi more tha? g?griot g pla'et? arill he t - i by at?\ ? tub i i. league will aii??"?' I? Jobs H l'itr ?. ? .-t..: of t ,e Nation? t?.'"':.! <??' PtOf? si' : a; Bsaeball ' lub?, for ' ;?iss h protection The clubs ?ill i,?u b? permitted to ouv e'u f-..- .. .i, ?? ? ..f | iliiier ? hissili.'.i ' tion ?ni? -s th' ' ??: ?. ?,' ?? th? aid of I' lire tori? has h? en obi ??: Ths sli towns ?'ted to membership ?have a combined population >.f MtviM IPStei .?ri i.i S.0 ? i! va s ?a,.! PoUgh? keepeie, "''/??'. Lona Island City, 81.7*3 Ulddletown, it?..?.; Kingston, &.M8 snd : N? ? '.'?n . .: h? .mi ti '? .i'ii.? . ? i.... i [ Island 'it' ?nd Mlddletoarn have I "i .? test? or organised bnael .h m ti,- pa?! TERRY AND MATHEWS WIN Former Still Unbeaten in ClaiJ C Billiard Tourney. i ' . <ie _ Tot? mid i '. P. Mstlwwa war? in? ninnera in the conttauatfes "f the national Clam ?? ;?: balkline MOIard . smpionahlp tournament last sight ?' I Msurlo? liai- ? .o ad?my, lath *ti"t and ; ?Broadway. n v,a? th? fourth ? "?.-' on ?? i :? toi I foi Tern'? who is the ?playing through champion T.ti? d?.;.._.?.! Irving I.?win.-. ...f the Lit) ?athletic Club, by a ?core .,' .??? points i-? ;?' Th. champion finished I! his String arltll -'H ?'?? ? r..(_" of itl-tl ?ill.I with high t uns ". IS II and IS. U nine' averag? isa It?gaud his beat runa i". ;; and 11 Mathe? defeated in* fellow townama i ?'..in Brooklyn, Claude it Lswta, bj ?? seors "f SM poims to Ml Th? Wlnnln_ player hung up hi? best sversga in lb? tournament aeries with ISS-M, i?r.<i his be?! runs vs. i.- .?.;, i:< ?md li, Lswia ended aril?? ..n average "r IM-4& bis meat im? posai? i'lu.rei?. betag 17. a I..I II. TI . Btandlaig of 11.-- player? follows: ii.?:, IIikIi ?it-.?. Wifts i ?al i "n a? ' ras* ? B. Terr* . i ?'? ?.'. ;. I' W .? 1.1.1 . 3 ?' ?:, IM?M i' P. Matli--? '? 4 ft.?., I I.eiMi.,- . I :; :i , io.?c I" It la??.\^. . I Si' I UM W. W ?Urns... .. .. . .;| YALE PILES UP A BIG SCORE ? Out-playa Washington and Lee Bas? ketball Team in Easy Game. '? T?l?gi?pli ' ? '' ?"' TrtlMia? i Nam Haven, Conn., Feb. is- Val?? ?res a 1 surprislngl] ??.? ? art? tory nt ham., than to : iiixii! from Washington and i.*<. osm of ! tli<- best team? of the Mouth, by a s.oie 1 ..r B to M 1 The VlaitOrS ?S*-ie .-.I'lipl't ??!?. out pla\ .-?J. I A! the and <?f the first half Tal? led b) a I .?? ore of M I?? 1. I Tbe line-up follow* y .i- igst. i ""ti. i. v\ ?na Les ' lii '. Bu n ..i i.I.. T.McCain Blaekpolc.B. T.Be?a ?..llltil.. .?'. Ml>n I? ?ti.I. ?;.Mm:.? ?'iiiin-i ..It. fl.PratK ?s TOUGH LUCK FOtt BASEBALL. Aibaay, Pah, i?. -AaaomMyssan T>en nen'a Mil legalising amateur hasnhall on Bundaj was reeaanaadtted to the asssantji] cod?.?, committee to-day. A LONG, LONG HA? OF SNAPPY RACOUE? McCormick Blights Hopes i Sands in First Round . of Tourney. PELL DOES SAME FOR CRAN Defeat of Former Champic Comes as Surprise? Thome Humbles W. P. Burden. Harold W. Hot ormi? !% a".i ItOtsrgt Thome csnu oui of the eVesi and wi ?mi r, ?sr sly ir, th?- tii-; round of the i tion.il rscqueta chsmptanship tournant? in tin- court "t' ni" Racquet ,n,,i Tent Club, in Wtut KM street, yesterdsy. I tiie other hand, a pair or erstwhile tit holders Joshua Crane, Jr., .?r Huston, ai Charta K. Bands, of the local elub we brushed askto, 'rap.- succumbing Clarence B. Pell, who Itmrned his ?ran whll? a student at Harvard, nt??i Ban? wiitiiii "..:.': let?? I] undei the wasterl ^tt;i?-k ot McCormick. Other "u".' s >>t' the rust round we Stanley <; Mortimer, ir. of Tuxedo, art acored ai tr." expenae of .1 W Prentli though the lo?al m;iii hung on stubborn for rive samrs, and lluah I?. Scott, tl tOtand Hoston player, who wm wieldii a raemier before some of the younger s playing non had seen tu? light of ?lay. Heeause or the Inrge entry It was ne e ?inry to call the first pair, Mortimer ai Prenttss. to the. court at 9:30 oclock in tl morning, and thereafter the "p;ng" of tl little leather ball as It rlcochete.1 fro wall to ?alt an>i the ttg of the mark weie beard without cessation until la in the afternoon. In fact, had it not be? 'or two unexpected derault?. the eornmi te<v of which H. s Paten is ??nsrrrae no Id have had tron?le cleaning the *Ih before dark BjSSily the ?hortest matCfa o' the ii? played re?iulted from the meeting of M Cormleb and Ssnds There have h"C time? when iiie last named ha? furnish? rae.'iiets that "onipare ravor.ibly with tl ?best in amateur ranks. Hands howeve ;.<? he s??\-s e,,eh year, "Is not bs young ? lie used to he." and failed utterly to r himself iuitli e at anv staue of the m*v and as McCorml?*k played nt the fop , tils (r.irne there could h. or.lv on- result It mattered r,..t whether the bail eau to the r,>re <?? backbatsd, the winner < the rccv <;?.'.1 Pta 1'iet tournament ? Tuxedo rarel: tailed t.. drive it ha i< wit spsed tiint Blsatod, and a.s the mateh pet r.ietse.1 M?*CormiCk'a placing '..?came eve nv.re bewildering. \rter ?"Inning tn? fire! Rame li to Bf? ' ormi-k rushed thrSStgtl the 80COO sb?*sring his opponent no ouarter (ml ?tve hands were req'nred ror Mci~*orml" to cerril the sseeassary fifteen seee, Oppon-'T,? he|p.|; blanked the while. T'l mati h vas practically -'.in. he.l ?'hen M' | ?"ormi k COaMaued hi" hand to start th third g-' a? r.riin^ eight mote cenaecc ttfS points, thr-e of which were gathere ..u placement sad (??> so aenrice. Then art.r ssn-is fought ataapclately, acorta Slowlj '"it Btesdll] until, with, s rur. o 4 I the sixth lalnl. he brought his t'?Hi f" t II" ?a? then onl?. three behind |.. I Opponent, who tan o ;t th? gams In tr seventh hat,-; Bomethlag of ?? surprise ?*? occsaione ?,? the defeat .,f Crane ;.t the barata t Fall Atsraya resourceful, Crane, who ha been a champion at h,.t!, rscQUSta an court tennis played his usual h?'.?.? [gStM ??:,! ,.rt?i losing the first BfOB tl, second throtigh battling cut aenrice T^i eame ;":. ? ? irried him auceessful| through ttie third game, but he mtaea hi chance to fltapoae of his opponent i tl,.- next. in tii?- opinion oi many tie vetera gcott ails lUCk) i,.?l'f.al II. . ks "'. Bl ipeclall! art?' the tatter had plac-d ih ist tv.., can.? - te 'ms redit Voott, how I- *-: hit the ball I aid aad with asaetea hammering and deft placing ?or.- his or : menl down In tha eni. The decielv I game, however, bung m doubt until th end, s? ott winning al II lo 12 eftar sel U i, ? 'iintMi ] follows: Xatloi ??' ? i M. et ?ftrst t ?? titania .'.. Mortimer. Tuxede, ',?'..t J VI Prenllaa \? i 18 s. 18 IS, I" IS, IS ;. U '.' il i - ?? Boston, b*ai titottt M itecksoher. Tua I ede * V' S 1" 13 a 1i> H. 18 1". ??- ora a i r,..rr... ?'til ase. beat B'llttan P Burden | :,"? fork, 18 B M 18. i"? ?"?. i'? ?: lo? ? i en e ?Vatertwry, Seta \o-.i,. i.rat Brakln lie? at. Tu\-rt?. ?n ,l-tg ilt: Harold 1' V! [ i "ormi k, i*h -i ago, beal i bar?es K ?aiwis. N'?v rerk, i' ?i IS " 13 i? llrenvltle Clark, S'e? fork, beat vv gmltb. Mewtreal, b Seraull Clarence ? Pell, Tuse4o, beat Joehua Crane Beaton 18 s s |g, I0--I8. It? ?, 18 1 DOGS READY FOR THE TES1 ?Westminster Kennel Club Show to Open This Morning. B i ;. snd llltli doga to ike numb? lof ? T..t. snd ' preaeatlng Bixty?od< [breeds, will pul thell best h>OI forward a I the annual bench shea of tha tVaotmta etcr Kennel Cliib In ih? Qrand ?'. mia Palace '.?via; in.? ribbons, cups and otlier tropblei i. nch ' o. '"u In tbe kingdom ?>f canines ai" a? sia!.". and ibe competition prom. ist.s ... i,,- k<-enei than ever before luitalng In nineteen rings "-oi begli till :. ?. .r 11 i 1 ' e-. .?i:>i -?? ...il.' llrfl Bill ? 1 pans niu-t.'i that the Isal ivaii w i i BO i be made b f? e ftaturday, when the shov i close?. MARSHALL CHECKS CUBAN Capablanca Gets Draw in Chess Tourney at Havana. [H\ Cable i.. Tha THbuas | iiav.m.i. Pen, is p. ,i. M.ivs!...u. th* United frtetea ehsmpion, broki Josa R CapaManoa'a ?vinntiis str.-ak is the t'uban eheea rasaters* ttwrnamsnt In the third round at the rooms Of the 'lui? .1? . A ledreg ?!?? ?a llub.ii.a In the ?Iran Hotel Ptasa bete to-ila?. Itibiead. Ih.? (uUin cbamptan piuc.j a draw t-> his ?redit. Unlike their name m the tlnal round of the New York t oui Bornent. to-**tay*a j ei.euni.ier was replete vvith Interesting [Plays Marshall had the vvhite pie. c?<. and adopted the Queen's Pawn opening TbS ?"'liban took no ?liau.es whatever and ! adhered strtetly to book linea la raapptng out bbj defeiH.e. in due course the game beeatttS quite complicated. After three rounds, the s.??ie.s o/ the competitors follow : Plsrer, ?!*?? iau Ptassr, Wea.I?OBt CapaManea.. '?h '?? c.i?ajes. '? '? Btant-j. iv? 1', .i.,(re. ', ', Kapeblk.... I'. |H) |?, ow.Ki. It 'i Itsrahajll. i i oaraa. o The fourth round will be COOteated to? morrow tn the following order: .lanowskl vs ?'baje:.. ? 'apabhiin a v.? ?lart., Kupebtb vs. Marshall, ?orzo va Blanco. U TUB C. ?.RANT tVho went down befora> ?iforire ?\ Shales in the national indoor lawn tennis tour naiiiaMit yaaterday. 10 Indoor Lawn Tennis Title Holder Beaten on Courts. LOW VOLLEYS DO TRICK Touchard Wins Other Semi Final Match Against Hall in Tourney. OsarSS C. Shafer defeated WyUa C. ??rant, the playing through champion, yesterday in-the semi-final round of the national Indoor lawn ?ennls championship tournament by a score of 11-9, ?S?1 on the court.? of tlie 7th ?teftmant Armory. ? Mth street arid Park avenue. Th* match ama a* ssnaatdonal in many ways a? the ras?it was unexpected Ilkafii -waa quick I to pee that h-- could accomplish nothing by stroking Grant's tarrlffic esiriea Then he liegst i to btOeh It off and time his vntlaya and drivsa so perfectly that the old champion ?rumple?) up under the 1 ?-???verifv and act urn? " of hi? opponent*! ; play. Ouatave r* Touchard "'m th*> other STnl-flnal mat'ii fr. a-asier fashion lie ?defeated Waiter Ma-ri1ll Hall by a score ?of ?>-1. n 'i. a.';'l aa. ill nie-'t ?Shafer for the ehaaspteaahlp tltl? and cup to-mor? row. Both of the ?-ami-final ?sontoatl In the ?doublai were ?scored In straight sets, in i the flrut tirant and Shafer defeated George ?; Mo'ne. Jr . a-.xl Marte Johnson at ??- .'. ??-i. The faultless smashing of tin- Winning pall afcamst the hlRli lokMng of their oi>|>aina>nts produced spectacular eff.-i ?*.- ?despite th? ?and*aldedasaa of the score. Tow hard, paired with William I ?'r.iKli?. Jr. ?un the ?other doubles match agatest ?; A L Dtonne ^.'i C ?'.iiben Plymptan at 8-o. S??>. In the litst set Touchard ?Mil Cragln imashed their way through six straight Sames Th fa-llng light th-.n made it UT CSSSar] to set the . a ?ectrii- gtehea flouring. The ban, drite* i ptog from the high lobs, was ?not eealty distinguished by Touchard and ?'ragin. so i tliat DiOnnO and PlymptOn ran into a l'-ad of 3-love on games In the sacand set be fora t'n?- formai atoodled the?naas|vea, la the last rallia-s that fotteWOd T<iu< hard arorkod Ids slashing cross court shots . prettily, both of the winning pair playing splendid!) as tii- match ?etooed. Tha eharaplonahlp match In the douMea arttl i be played this aft?-i soon. | Tha mata-li in which Shafer disposed <>f ?Grant over?ahadow<ed all the others, Grant 1 apenad with the .s.-?\i-.-e for a love gam". Then Shaffer, I y crafty handling "f tha ball, reeled off tiv>- gsiws .:. ?order before (?iiaiit manag?ed to check his ?opponent's I sinllni .'olleya The rteadlneaa snd ??? ?lourcefulness with which Bhafer played tha- baU, coupled with his trick) ekadgee, made t:.?- match a fssolnatlng our- for tha sn'-it.itors. Shafer's couragooueiu i pulled him through the -at. After that he played :iiiu?.st ?srithoul an error, only ?allowing Grant the fourth gams In the second set i The stroke analysis and point soore In , Ran.es and sets of the match in Which ? Sh-ifei ?defeated Orant follow POUR grr, Shafei o ? 4 .-, * :. i a il.-m a t ?' 3 Stteesit PIS.Q m'a .."?!??'? I | t 4 1.4 1| 4 3 4 4 :, I kern t".r ta, Neta i i ? id it SKOOND ItCT i '? il I? ? iui i. fault? i? i - ? ? ?On s--..'.-l lirsi.t II ! 1 || I Double i> Hi fnultx i i> IS o The summer) follows: National Indooi . i- ?,,- ilp (Mini ?-.I i,,'.iii.ii 'O...,, i i4h*fei defeated u -. ..- ? tirant, ti ? ?; i liuaiav? i". I Tocaharal defeaUd Walter Merrill Hall, ?? ?. N?. i -. ? i. j ' in i.s.i championship oien's doubles i i, i i .'?..ai ruunall ?;--.?cm\? i\ Touehaid uiul I Will.-.i B. ? i MK > I?. Jr., ,lHf^;.u.| al A. I.. Dleiim ili'l a1 uUIhtI l-lym'.aton i o. \ Sj ? wyii?, i? Ursi ? and iWorge ?'. Hhefer defeated | ?uou.kii- ?; Mi. Jr., ?iii.i MerU SA nson, t S, ti I CYnaolalton -?itiki-- laecond round) Preaton Cuniintiis, >- ? t?efeat*! I?estei V. Itubinoi,, - i.i, >. | I; iiMuv Parka? -iefeateJ um lam I- Bourne, a; i. i n. ut a, . ..,i round I'reaton t'unaiiag. |i . >..:?a?. c?j .1 .1 K.,eti. ?> I. ? 0. s. ml rtiu?l round l*r?ston ?Ou mutins, Ir., de i'.a"-.\ .?. U, Dunham, 'i I, 1 '; HJERTBERG SAILS FOR HOME Athletes Wish Swedish Trainer Goodby and Good Luck. liinie KJertberg, the athletic a-oach. WhO is under contract to the Swedish So?, a i r.irent. utiiineal to Sto.-kholrn on the I If atoar Wilhelm n yeeterdajr, after u short vacation la tins country, ?jortharg trained tha Swedish team for :h'> Olympic isntas hist July, srhaa It mads u favorable showteg. lie was accompanied by hi? wife and daughter, bat hi?, son waa left t>eiiind to i-uiii|ilete ?ils ?education In this .?onntry. M;. ; tin .1. Bltoridan, Hateta W. Shep. perd, !*?.**>'son Robert-on. "Spaitan" Rob? ertson and --Pat" McDonald were among thOOS who Went ta> tha* pier ta> sa^e him off. icvanTTHixG fin BILLIARDS A BOWLING Prices end tsrres Is ?ult. Repairs bv Kip-^rt Mr chaal? The Brunswick-Balke-Colleadcr Co. tt-ii Wtat std fit., ?ear B'way, How Vark. vfbinv AUTO NEWS OF 10? Contest Board Assured That Pickens Has Track Lease. BURLESQUE RACE AT SHOW Well Known Drivers to Pilot Pushmobiles for Trophy at Brooklyn Exhibition. The pt?.|,..,it?on ot whothor ar not ti. Brighton Head, track shall be deelaisi ineligible for the holding of ran?tloaei nteeta *h.? piaeed rauarely t- ?ore ,hn contest board sf the araertesn tutea?. bu? Aaaeclntlan ireeteetny. s. w. ??un, porta who hoMa Um leasing -?frei H*. surad T. i:. ?haimshsr. of th- coaataal board of the Atri.iaaii Automobil. \ . 'iati.m. that the ?ir.-iit had |??t} bsnmst t?? William Pfckena for a Tetriaff-OMfield ia?e ni?-! on May Si and .;i. William Bhlmpf, of I'.rookiyn. Is the he?.(] of the OOnteSt board, but he ,)0. ? not work at it to any pTtinUsi extent Shoemaker being the man on the ?.pot. The bitter met laouis Disavow, the ra. i driver, yesterday morning, and acantea* th?- Idea that I'icken.s had leased *bt traek Dtobtom flsrlsrrd that be had sss? the contr.uu. ami Anally sgrood t<? <*,> with ghoemaker and bear Oumpeitg'ade? nial. It failed to eventuate. Oumpsrts told tli. conti "t board man that he _,^ not purpose tytag up J1,?X?0/M) v.orth of proport) be ones Of a wrangle between ?ildti. Id, Tetstafl and the American Auto? mobil.' As.?o?-iatlon. Later In the day DlsbroW ??aid that h? had told ?Juinpcrtz that if Alex Sloan, hia manager, wanted to lease the track h? ( felt that he could give assurane. that there would be no troubl?-. This doca not mean, Dlsbrow saya, that he and Blotn have any Intention of defying the Am*n *an Automobile Association, but that h? does not believe the national body can "get away" with an attempt to tie up the only available raeing < ircuit in truj neighborhood of New fork. DisbrsWa opinion appears to be sbawod by th. ? ?. | jority of members of the Motor Desbmf CentSOl Association, who reftj?-.? (a. i>. lleve that t. e. governing hod> will allow a light started in ' alitornia to ?snrlt harm to th?;r organization A burlSSgns race i?= prornlserj av n,i? of the features of the Brooklyn show, whlca opens In the _<.d Regiment Armory on Siiti'rday evening. DisbrOW and t?alph I Muiford will be the competing <lrH*-r<-. ' and they will use puefessobllea The .?,..-,. test Is to be stag? d BTOUnd the will aisles of th- armory. he.?st two in three iieat.?', the ;irst to be run en Monday night Members of the regiment hav? promised to polne the COUaue. Wag' will got as starter. Mis. .loan Vwtyii ?"un'-o a.? honorary referee, and the priai will he a trophy osTsred by the Brookiya Deslere' Associe tion. PAWLING BEATS MORRISTOWK. The Morristown BehSOl bock? ? I fell an easy viitim to the fu?? Pawbmt S? hool ?ombinatlon in a rathe? asa sided eontOSt on the form? r s outdgg ring yesterda> by a ?core of 7 to I Th?- lu;.--up folio? B Pawlla? '7>. Poaiiloti M ? ?;. ma. .<;. Speers .P. 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