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RACE FOR PLAYERS Fail to Get Cutler Passes (0 Meet Giants and White Sox. OUTLAWS MUST NOW WAIT FOR LANDING Edward Gwinner Buys Interest In the Pittsburgh Club of the I cderal League. BBd the White So* who have ''t'P Ihe gl.i svst ;... bach "n top of It early ? | Of cou ? Il re an ,v?''sc win? contend asi the esti ' Is round, and thai n hai ?,, top . . b it toen, bul lha ball P*ayer? <? fai ?' ? rill tea? . < that I at th4 top of the ? and st Louis at the boti Th? i . ??' will have Journcd r.'.Od* _-? disembark from the T u ?? . ? phV ed be ? '.or. ranging from the Of thi \ tizona Indians to the j, lion "'" the Japanese. It ? time 1 ' even vv ith the aid Ol '?? s the Bpl - ? .; , w . 'rie not to-day . ? . ? egini ind end? of the player * I be up betimes hoi to a et i ? ? mli r toa en and tui town t to watch for th? '' ? e outlaws were left at ths post In the ral ".tc. ol the race to win t?i* Incorn ebs : ., Jsmes I Gtltnor. BBd his associate* fa ?"'I to obtain passes foi ths revenue ? utter, snd w!H P"t be able to open nego? tiation?, excepl by wlrsJesa until the l-usttanls d '?rcRn'iid baseliall men were mote en " ?-priilng. William F*. Baker, owner of S Pll Mel -unie his arrangements With ' Custom House car!;' in the day Hi ned b" the government .>fn..-ials that he could not go on board the cutter some pressing i for his ?? g thi trip, such ?I or reist that's ... right, ' he explained ? ia1! players, Mike Doc '? -?? ? the pat .c ? trouble w ith Dools ssked as he left the building He's ? with Indigestion. I'm f> d he ma) be over Fed,' replied I s ' "? '"? Phillies, walking briskly bi r"re ?.. i few rod permission to n le b'iat aftec con l l ' ' i - let idedly sol ? l Tris g iher. ''ha? les H. Ebbi ?s w sa equal! ck Egsn Bhould no* t or anythinj . f rea Harr) N. Hempstead was ex] ? going arrived from M ? a4 a late bout last flight ? ; In ore and th? a an ? ? ? mil id missed late in the rain effort to find Dudley I ? - ?he Pi ? turally Ihi te Box s ? ng ol for it was ? ?? ' lilmore would head s ? . ...... ti i" sd ". ?? - . tve Id givi h -n fi-m ? -' - ball . - . tw< u m ? will gati - ?? ' r co eep, for the 1 tino shi reak this nue utter ?? ; start ? It I '.'??'. und a ? ? : fron other out o? -mssengers on the sill not 1 ed to bo Lusltsnls, but if lust] ' inged ? ezcham . m sfsi I ""? S ths I ' .?? rush w ill be. : Hundreds of i -- ? ' rid ths I'd?, wdl . th? ??<-. in a- litios to i ; - i h< will be i Ihres of the fo n Wards? - ?; S. w. snd John M George Btovall, of H ". ? ? ? -e?,m : Miner Brown, of Chkra, ? oil, of Baffale sral Hea? ib "angel " Ed? i Ghrinnar, who has ] issd a con I ? . .,.. | ? . Pittsburgh club, be SBothei membei of the outlaw -t O ?m?..? announced the acquisition of Qa nner ? ? sterds it ins I Igk thai ? s tax " " never i Beognlza It Mr. i is ?idrrt of the Allegheny Traction i ompany. He made th<- -leal for the this yssterday ** -SUM oft the train fron*. i'hii - In the morning, fairly ng war and strife. ITS going te flgiit the Kerterals un eave bce.-? '. tut," hs de ired . x\ ' rd whei *.?>?, Informed of ths warlike attitude ??'- ; ?? g to I av.- B I ? .nter.ijs to extermin?t? ner of the Nattons! League she ?? ' sttsnd rneetlags to-day of the o'iar'i Of din tors if his organization and th?. National (Commission arrived at tas faldorf '.im ntghi He refuasd 'o say ? ?*o.'.j be done In ">< ghrera aaatter i,ui n ;.,,??? that Perdue win atav ?, . ... nd a ' mi Of t, one ? a go to the FH ANTS Packard Transportation and Repairing Co I i ,n M lie! 84 v?, ffees ? Wj ?,, I ? limier I'tM h.**?!. l<.iirin? liindsillef ?ad ' laaasalsa I ??? I ae litre II, I lie I rip <>r ll?>nr ' ' - AUTOS BODIES -TIRES PARTS Fries? That Scire Our Competitors Jandorf Automobile Co., 3. s, 7. 9 Wfrtf hitt ,. r;ir. WELCOME HOME, WORLD'S TOURISTS MAISEL SPLITS A FINGER ON FIELD Live Wire o? the Yankees Out of Play for Week or More. arai - ' - Houston, Tea Marcl :? Dan Forl frown, which has harraased the h el plea? Yankees throughout the tasl ten ? ?,. of II disappointing werk 1 01 ' ' ' real llv? ? Ire of < ? r! ? i p?a ceil '? (? >.. CO in intercepting ore ol Bill Reynolds'? _? ? . ? ? ?for Of the midget third ?acker was badl: aplll between the nd fue flraf loll l i ?M Dec Bai n I the cl trail Pplylng Aral si : i ? the injuie?l. ?i? lsr< d that the would be ' ' '" -?" bseh m ? - within a wees The losa of 1 h? f. ; v ?????, rtia ab tenet ma: occasion htrwei d ndpated bj the . . of FT? ? pls? around first ba i ' aa hard a thing to keep a aqulrn I on tha | ml is 1 . i Leadei oui of harm i For forty minute? thia morning Cha?es around hla old atatloi i '"r th? -tii of time pre*, louai; I i I sd bal hit _? drill, when he ran oui even aafa blow with full ateam as ' and thei |og| I it of the clr Tha leader of the Kilties, on account of M... iel s ai lent, i en In th? Bel urday and Sunday exhibition gamea Hi had Intei dad to worn Willlama and Qulnn regulara a- d -.,-,-? i| . - ? reaped ? It Is 111 thai Qulnn ?rill gal th< third baa? a - the t< aros m,o thai ? 'hot will hold dos '? the al bag in thla <?t on Baturday snd - ? a No further word . ' Bd Bwosney ' ha ? him up Hi will not be ml d If Rej nolda .??? d ? lot etl contl u< to po id the pill nfd throw to tha is I hej did to-daj, TOUCH OF BASEBALL WAR High Words Pass in Confer? ence of Three Players. James ? c ? ifl ownei of I h Bo I ?n Bra' ?a and W. K Baker, of thi PI held a conference with Qlhnorc and Gate? at the Waldorf early yesterday In regard 10 the status Of Jack Qulnn, Tom BOBtOII and Killlfer, who sre claimed by the Fad? irganlsed I ??"? ball. ha meeting wsa not a atep toward a bssjc? pac?, for u devoloped harsh feeltag. Mi Qafrhey maintained that Qilmor? ? ".. .-k agjo that if he lad Q ilnn had a i epti d ti rma wtth thi Bn ? I ? P*oda would nol hold th? player, ?vccoi ling to th? owner of th? Boston ? ;,.i h< gav< tha lander of the Fsds proof of Qulnn'? acceptance, but was told that the pitcher had signed with Baltlmor? and that nothing COUld be dene m th? mattet High Word? wen paaoed between the two non before tha meeting ?closed Tha | owii.-r i.f the Phillies ?as in better hu? I ruor. II-- ?aid thai h? had showed an ac ?ooBtan? a ol tarais from Beaton an?i that the Feds, ta ropl ha.) put th? . ?(?? ..r Killlfer in? to inn "i laid m; card - Ii the Beaton t n ?? on tha tab!??," he explained "bul of cours?, KBllfer ossi la .-. different matter, ?Vhen they brought that up I <Hdn't hav? any "ar<l?j to lay " With th' Chicago part] Of rooters came Michael /immer, tha Sheriff or cook ? ? ' . Robert M. Bwaetser, the County ? lerk, an?! Patrie! .i O'Brien, Commis? ner of West J'ark Mr. O'Brien pla ad baseball with Pop Anson twenty-ttva ? ara ?m. Mr s-.?' - ?id thai he cam? on aal only t?. greet the tourists bul aleo ta rest ? . ;i bit from the ?tr;itn r?f llf?. In a like < h? ? P raft will ba on band when ? i . Nsttonsl League meeting la . ? thai ti? . hi. ago i .. a*4eejusb r?-?',rri f.,. in? loaa of Johnny . ai Young Wins at Indoor Oolf. hob 'cedai plav tout na ment ed th< RrooklJ n Indoc?r i .0:1 ? | .', ? ? ?vith Tom Toungi t'.r I. ? lop ?,f ? Sit h Ii. pi.: ad n, !.1 t ? u ' ksttsi ti aa I I -i..-1 I? . nd Isah i">-A!... . -? ? ? r?i?'ri?t M-t? rim, band. ?1 n. . '? ? I li ?A?.;, foi htm a *l"" tal pure Irving Slrliif/er ?t?o ha?1 ? "0 Fletcher, of the Giants, ! Victim of an Accident Breaks Third Kitiger of His Left Maud at Training i Camp in Texas. ?MAY BE UNABLE TO ?START Tilt SEASON Jess Spencer (icts His Release After a Short Trial and does Back to the Minors. -, . I llarlin, Te* . Match ;, Arthur !?";? 1 ?-hortslop Of H'" O?ante wa*I the ?,|rt1,i| *., ?in- of ss ? rddenl which will put Win . out of commission until tie- end "f th* ? tin ng season bore ;<n?i porhsps prevent | ii'tn from 'tatttnp the champlonsh p race ? w Ith hi^ team. ,; ird linger ,,i, viet her's left hand ? .'?. broken at the ,;- I loin! !?? a thrown In the morning practice snd bib hand li now in splints. Ths physician "ho an? nded in .?\r\ n,-' .her arould not able te i die a ball f<>r h? least a ' month a Ithoul risa ? The ? liants had Unit hi d thi .. i workout and I letcher, after a scission on I the handball court, started bach to the Ote! .1 I.! the (lelij some DO, >? , ?V ere throwing the ball around the du ? mond PletChsd ran over to second bane ?.mi alternated to t^i-.e ? low- throw, it . Wii.s a lieav; ball, and ?ln:''li lust Solid? enough to brssdi ths bone. This afternoon Plotcbar did nol put on ' his uniform, and he may return to his STURGIS AT THE HELM I Turf and Field Club Holds An? nual Elections. At the annual meeting of the Turf and 1 leid I lud vevterdfiy r K. Sturgi?. S*SS elected president, Hoary w. Bull, vlcS> jiresi'lent; John ? Cowdln, treasurer; j, Q. Uvingston? secretary, sad H A. . Buck, aa itstaiu secretan I The board ol governors decided to re i op.n the ciubhousi si Belmonl Psrb i about the Isl "i May, s shoii I me be!. the usual Meadow Brook and Cnlted lliinH 11 ; ?-< li ii m m ut the terminal and tin | West h< iti t ftaclng Association meeting i .,i Belmonl I'm!' WAGNER IN THE NATIONAL FOLD ? Sif^ns His Fifteenth Contract with ! Pittsburgh Pirates Eighteenth in Organized Baseball. Pittsburgh Mardi | lohn IV (HS Wsgner, veteran shortstop of ths Pitta burgh ?Tub in tin- National LegaTUS hrougl t ?n' signed eootracl t" headquar?" t.rs to da Me im tie .. ' of the Piratea te alga, ezeepl Hendrls and Blmon, who have lumped to ii" i oh t.,i iissgue 11 iVagnei Bfteenlh contrsd ?Mth Pitta burgh and his eighteenth In organised baa ball ri,.. Pirates will Issva foi Dawson Bprtaga, ' si irday s ght, to bs ?m spaing training. m Theatre Party for Players. ?| he ha sehe II world ? tourists % 111 be entertained m the Palace Theatre '" nlgtii Pwi ' boas bs ? i bes n i ?.'i for the i"? *': ?*? and Ibe thestre ?in he ,j... orati d In 11 ? h honor ?i i,. |m ntiantfl w hlch lbs Qlants I i s a*sn v in h-- ni sped from lbs bad? ony, .m, i mlngli -i ? Hh Ihe Bags of Jap in, ] China, Australia ladla, Rgypi 11 ? ' >.. 1'iame mid Knglaad, the eouatrisa I 'hit bv the lourlal? home !ii lllln^l?? untH b* I? ?gtCn read to play. The Giants are alrea?K abort of Infield ?th. with Bhafer deserting, and In the SX hibition gamas prior to the opening a the season Hen I?yer probably ?rttl fill It ..? ahori for the regulara Dyer looks bi mueh like a real "find" that Klnaslb thin week s'gne?l hin? to * three '.ear con tra ?? The weather to-daj was the best th? ?;iantu ha*e enjoyed thia spring. Th. warm aunshlne aeni th? temperature ui to 78 and the onls drawbach was i cool wind The aquad K'<t In afeou tour hours' work, and nom? of the. over weight member? melted off quit? a bt ol deal in th? afternoon session a flve-innlni practica gam? waa pia.\e?l i.et*ccn tb< ci ,.-- delegation and Mathswaon'a scrub The (..?ir was I to I in favor of th* 1 ?alias 1 t it Was a tie up to th' tlfth Inning. ? hen the ?, Inner* fount. .for four hits Pie/, lined nut a thrce-bas?? hit ?thill : Beschei lohnstoB and Me- en i ? ? exhilaration of making two? baggere, tirai rOOklC to fe?l th? as? her?- va? ??? 04*4 r. th? Kansaa pit-her. Bpencai received hi? unconditional reinas? thla morniiiK and left ?OT hla home tn WY.r. Kan., thta afternooi John B Fcatei aen! word thla morning that walvei been aecured on Spencer, Thla player was picked up last fall when tha Olanta were t.irtmg on their world's tOUr lie '.?.as one oi the greeni i athlete? ever ?ess in camp h.r.', and Bhowed shsolutely noth? ing as h pitcher. K.vcn Mlk? Finn Would nor take hlin a.? a gift Maglatratfl M'Quade of New York, is now a member of the training squad He arrived last night, and this ?ftertioor. his particulai friend, Jack Murray, fitted him .ut with a uniform, fin the field the naslstrat? somewhat r?eaembtaa Murray. _'.' T?? MILLIONAIRE Kio will ea. ?ight 0m The Dock To Participate im wH?TtEver?* ,coMes of* NINE MORE CLUBS JOIN GOLF BODY Two of These in Active Class of the United States Association. \ ? reB.lt of an executive committee i mail vote returned thin week nine more \ clubs were elect, ,1 to mefnb' rship in the ! L'nited State?. (Jo!f Association. Two of i thoee the Aronlmink Country Club, of ; Philadelphia ami the Borner ville Country Club, of Bomerville, H. .1. are In the active cia?s. The additions to the allied list were tJ e M,->c|,lenburg CoUBtry Club, of Charlotte, S. C; the Bismarck Coub? j try rhib. of Bismarck, V 1? the Presld o I Oolf Club, Of Han PTSBCiSCO; the Mount j Pleasant Oolf Club, of Lowell, Mane : the ii'iarksburg Country Club, of Clarksburg, ' '\ \a, the Bsarhlll Oolf Club, of Wsko ticld. Mass and the Chicago Heights Country flub, of Chicago Heights, ill 1 I a lo-*? also was Buatalaed through three organlsatloi s not pa. irg their due??. The; ! were the Athletic Club, of Philadelphia. [ the H>ee-oia Country Club and the Heaver ? Meadow Oolf Club This taises the grand ? fotul of clubs belonging to the parent or j ganisatlon to ': I '-" setlve or voting clubs [ an i : " dl d At the annual meeting o' the l'nited Btates Oolf Association held In this city j i earl) two months ngo the ssacutii ? . om? I mlttee's rnncrt showed a sain of B cluba j during ISIS, the total a ?.ear befor? being 1 71 active Hnd By] silled I he presetit t rtal 1 of Ml IB the grastest In the history of the BSBOClst i'.n ; AFTER AQUATIC TITLES Pick of Five Colleges to Clash in City College Pool. Five ,-iii:,'4.? have sent in their entrlei for the Individual swimming champion? ships of ths Intercolloglate Association in the big Pool of ?'it; 'ollere to-'iight. The eutrv lint hr stb'S with the names of IBOSt of the prominent stars of the Bwtmmlag world. One 0' the features of the meet will he the ilftv- nrrl s'vlm, in which it In ex? pected a new record wull be made. Roh* erta. McCrath. <'ooper, Mayer and other speed sen?ations will face the starter In this event. Arthur McAleenan, national and Intercollegiate Champion fane- diver will perform, the Intercollegiate Asso? ciation having decided to defy the V A r s recent saspenslon of tins star. I risk-Americans Win in a Burlesque of Hockey Crescent Six, at Poorest ii Its Final Game, Ties for Third Place in League. In a burlesque hockey gam? a' 'he Bi Meti?las Kink last night th* Irisb-Amei lean athletic Club ?lefeated the erases? Athletic Club by a s? ore, of 4 goals to ' The first period Of play ended "-1 I favor of the winning It] It was the Ann Amtes! for both teams In th?r rao?- fo tin championship of the Amateur Hocke Laoogue The result put? the Winged Fhi and iii?> Creocenta In a tie for third plac? The Brookl! a club ?rae repre ?anted b t i.real team 'hat it ii,?n had out ? ? ? : ? su f.i- this ? inter. Kn; Broa i .-over point, ami Bhlrroff, centre, wer i.oth mbsringi their place? b?ing taken t? llttli Kennedy, th? referan, ami Martli Tin- irtah t.-,?m ai n had on? sobstl Lite ii.- was Wymard, who ?1.i befar th? a-" in th? place >.f KeUoy. At th -?-..' .-t the garni there were severa other oubotltutea on th.? Winged Fhl .o?. However, Hie regulars drifted tab the game <aj ? I?*-. play P?*Oa**re0BN*S. Th? offtatatlng whm not <?( the i>. -t ai ? ,?s ii result there wsa conalderabla trip ping and aro u checking Toward the anl nf the second half the pta? er? ? r ? > ? i ?c 11 ,,i,i ,,t i.m- tin,.- three naen were sittiriu ?Hth th? timer'? Tb.- Irishmen evtdentl] bad it in for Hnllln and aponl ?onslder abb tim. m trviiik' 10 fget" the Ctreeatanl ptayer However, Balita na .? ai good bi ?... received and managed t.i tpin p.i tresne Osron snd McOrath aa often a? lh*i spill? d him Teung Col las former Fais rlar. Final Standing in Hockey League 4 lull *A I P.C. st. Mi-holns ? | .Hfl; Hocke? 4 Ulli 8 8 ;i t Crsocoata . * i .,,oo Irl^h. Aiiierliaim I 4 joft Wanderers A K .oO<) i playVd the best game for the Crescent? I and did great work throughout. In Milla ?Is? put up a good game at goal win;.' ii* played, Btdcknej <iM good ?vori for the Irishmen. McGrath when he pai? attention to hockey, also did well. At thi st Nicholas Rlnh to-night the rtii Real in?-nt win play the Naval Reserves The line-up follow i tiMi-Am a ?? i4? Posltlea Craaaaat A ?' (I) U ? mar.I '1 . Mill I?.ifre?n*. I*. Kenned Uaron . ' ' '' . ?s?lu 8tl< kne:. C . ? .1 Rldoui . '? a .Martli M- ? ii.it.' K B . Hall?..-', Ilef-r?? P ?Yseeftck? Hoflfc?] ?"?.il>. A??l?t Bul rrfrr?? C \ ?irnnii'l \V,,ri.|errrs (loal urn pirn .er.? Kami.-- . II??. Key Club. an?l s Paten, llcehey Club Thaen ?V, ,t croker a an 1? ran h. 1 E 1 >? Dormall, N?w lf?rl \ ?? penalty timer? it Ceoeaa, Wanderer? ?ni ?I tt" Im 11 SiiMftcaa I C niU8T PBBUOO Ooala Halleek, Creaeaata, l:M: M?-?"?r?th IrlHh Antcrleitii?. 14 0;. McCruth. Irc.li ?.merl hum I?' ??> Hubatltut** H.n fer Rldout, Kllgeur fo llro? 11. ull on 11 11I ?.u-ii..,n .\ ?? SI'. "M? OIK!? 10 Bobetltutci Harmon fee Btwha y, Iriah \ 111-1 I- M.I V I ' liai mon Irian American a i i . t? K liseur ' : lah Imerii ?? \ 1 is II Penalil** Ratlin 1 mlnut* f?>r irlepina 1 .. .. mlnut?* r..r tripplns; Kllsaui I ml? HI*? f.-i tripping; lliiti?? !, : minute? for trip l.??H and M.?lr?ih I mlnut?? tnr irtpplnf \ Anson Jumps Baseball for Golf "l'??P ' Ansnn ma? say. "If I Itaie erred I hate erred with Matty and ( onnle Mark.'' but lie can courrai his shame from the ba?rball Inn? no longer. \n ?en Is h golfer. The might? man who once devoted his effort? to pulling the ball over the fence mm aim? to do no more than net it over the bunker. An??n iiH.i kept hi? golfing propensities fairly quiet, but the news ram? out jes terday when il was announced by the tnlted Mates t.olf Association that An? son had been restored to amateur stand ins. A professional In one branch of sport I? a BSBrtBasSaaSd in golf under the rule? of the ;i??oi intien. but by a ?peeial mall vote of the eiecutive committee An?un's amateur ?landing was restored. He hi? already rhallrngrd .lohn M, Ward and ha? ambition? to ?bine In tour PARTING : SHOTS : I_._I Ordlnartl) we should be dlspossd to .break Into verss at tliis time along some [origins] line I',.- "The Return of the : Prodigal or "8alutiag Miss Libert?." hut we feel thai the momentous occasion of the great homecoming will be? fittingly 1 sd m ?"iig and prose, without any further contributions, so we prefer to re*st content with a simple welcome, hoping thai the ceremonies will be as brief ns possible, as New York Is anxious to run up a fourth pennant on the halyards (omlskey. Met,raw and < allnhan are to be ; congratulated en the overwhelming succeaa they made of the trip, and we are glad t? have (hero safely back, as the game In Its , present unsettled state needs men of their ?Ismp. , No matter ?? hkh way the wind Mows, Mohn Foster seems to catch tt full In the ' face. He Is t.ow working overtime on the I big dinner at the Biltmore, and says the '. Way the ten-dollar bills are floating In 1 through the malls reminds him of the old world s ^erie? days, John had to business i to quit the new?paper game, anyway. Mere's news from (he Yankees' eatup. I rank ( lianee caught some of the players divin?; in the hotel swimming pool and BBS? j mediately put the ban on the tank for fear 1 the men might hurt their heads on the ron 1 erete bottom, all of which speaks rolumes ? for the calibre of the squad. Of coarse, such h mini* .?mild not apply to YjA Sweeney, as il would merelj he a case of 'crete meeting : 'cretr. It was perhaps appropriate that the ! Feds should use wine in opening their ! new park in Chicago. A large wine party In the Waldorf last December gave the league big Impetus, leading, as It did, to the desertion of .Toe Tinker. i.ei your place in the line at Battery Park early If to? want 1o ?-**? the I udtauht reme up the bay. Hal 'hase | play to Jump to the outlaws i turned out to be more or less of a flivver. j At least, he fallowed that he ta rapidly los? ing his grip as an artist at the grand? stand stuff. ?iNorM. 'Apologies to R. I . ? ' Of BBSOUsd egjs the birdie ?In-.? ?Ind nest? up In the tree?, rhe fan now sings of Msrlin *>|>r|ngt And ?hip?* upon the ?eu? HSR. ?'Hi- I usilania ? No longer on the BBSS, Sat thai Is no rea ?oii ? by a perfectly good poem ?hollhl perWh i utterly nor why our second contribution 1 ?hoiitd he ruined. If. H W, coRNiiiurTmsToR BASKETBALL TITLE I Defeats Quakers by Wide Margin. Due to Clever Passing and Team Work. B grai to The Trlbeae ' Ithaca, N Y.. March 5.?Cornell defeat lad Pennsylvania here to-night by a sears of 3S to If, and so tied with I'olumbla tor Ihrsl phi''?? in the Intercollegiate liasket ball Leas ?' Each team p!a>ed clean and hard and the gams was featured by ?dsrvar passing and team Play in which Bloom, Wallace. j Hunden and the Halsted brothera sto?j?i out It was a case of Cornell putting up SUCh a strong defence that Pennsylvania vas powerless to ?sope with It. bvery Perm man was so well covered that only one goal vi as maile in the first half. The acore follows: ? . IRNBtlX PEXN3T1.VAM ? ?'d.g.r a P F.1.-.I-.a,p K .i o .. Freed, if. o o o - - ' l S 2 R mit. rf. 1 n ? lA.nden.rt.. . i S 2 Helndel. rf. 1 o J II. Halated. e. son Beelbach, c. i 0 1 \ geberl? e. ? o o Wallace, Ig., ..686 ? ail. 1g . .1 0 ? Hloom, rg. ..I H 13 Jandor, '.g. i 6 ? ?.H atsd '? rg ? ? i: TetelS ? U * ? Tota'..? . . 4 11 1? liefere? l'o-p? ''olumbta t'tnplr??Satnson. n P, t. Time of halves?Tweaty minutes each. s - Plainfield Horse Show Off. it wa-> announced last mght that the annual horse show of the Plainfield. N. J., Riding and Driving Club, scheduled to be held n< >?t June, WlH not take place this i year. No reason was assigned for the action ; of the dtrectors In cancelling the show, j which has long been a feature in Plata? j Bold. CROSS GETS SHADE IN SLASHING BOUT Bloom Puts Leach on His ?Mettle Throughout Ten Rounds. WESTERN TACTICS TURN THE TIDE i _ _. ["Young" Brown Beats Campbell j and Coffey Outpoints Lore at Empire Club. I l.each ?'m?? of thi? i., returaaloj the rope,i arena after .1 real ..f ttvmx m?)iiths. and ?light!?, outpointed |ft Bloom, of WHllamaburg, m ten roindi the Empira Athletic Club, of Harlem While Croas won, h? showed plainlytt effets ?if hla lavoff He was wild tii lid I delivery and nlow. on rtia . ?? saZ 1 agairaal a more aklllful opponent he ?nigi? j have com* to gri.-r. but aggrea .?n??? ? and ?z?>arlenc? nm ,. ., whlfk Bloom ciiuld not overaMne. In the oth.-r two bouta ' Voun? Brow? defeated Hay Campbell ?n<1 Jirnm?, Caaai beat Johnny Lore. Bloom made a brave si . -, land, bj boxing at long ? 1 ng? joined, I? sha<i? ids p .? hand <\as con *tantlv In the denUal - idlng him I off and making him misa 'Alien Croa?, landed now." - ,, ^or^ of power and Bloom ????? 1 devi ti ? rneat healthy respect for bia rival The ?ieeon?i and th;-d roundi n? ?"ion come info hla own Making n of thi experience gained In the |Q ( j.^uj^ bouta on ?1S coast, I ? tor? In und fou|?i at close range Head lowered ? ? plia*,,*, In. dealing savag? ahorl arm blows to th? body and head The crowd booed, but 11 wai rerj. straight rule?! fighting, and Cress w?e well within hit rights Priven to rim principles. Bloom hehl en. but ha ?a? countered further poflaSfeUHal <"rnss also had the Better of th? fourtg round, winning th? point'- o ? shcir if. greshhenes* tie fair!-, rev. . ,j ?n tv,t WOrfe at close range, an I In th?r? woifes] faster than a N>w Vo?rt 1 awd '>aa st?a him work in a long tim?. Bloonr* how. ' ever, maintained some SOtl of n ri?>n'? ?'?I managed to avoid a '?>t of poa??fef menf. j'i.e tide turned ?n *om? drgi??? ir th? llfth and'sixth round* Bloom esriied tS least an even division of th? ?polla Bf atB] ed out at long rang? and relied upo? the left-handed at?n-1 wl I ??<?-...I hSB *<j weil In th? openli \ round H< had 1? 1 rival confus??! and wild. in the two last ro inda Btaont II ed and made his plav to ?st th? Hmll H? ran and dlnehad ?rA repeated I t with occasional attempt? al Hghttag. Cross kept a' hla work and ?c? red a lead WBlcfa was s',11 lent to win for him Jimmy Coffey ' - Mo? hawk ?ndlun.' ?.' ? ? grade of Italian, ha/1 a little th of Johnny lain of the semi-An?' boot of ter, round* Coffef b-.Ted a 'i h nor? ?kill bul tl lid landed th? er---. punches. He did not hit with a ? force aa f-or* hot the tatter ? i *?'-/ in his deliver- and nlased " I I to land Reginald L 1 Snowy"? BnUe- ? Ins promoter of Australia, tad 11? 4 ?it.g workout al th? New vort ' club yesterda iff I 1 ' t, t? ifetJKitra ?Vmned toga and p ; to go through half n ?lozrn '? l ra || ?g frith Mike Donovan 1 Mike Donovan, row n promts. 1 g adfe? weight, and Mr IfcOulrc I I I fast and Bak?r Showed I knowledge of th? ?rt of hit Perhaps '*"* prettleol ai ?BBS when Maker snd M k? Do each othai Middleweight - ?' tlM ^ orld when Baker ?ra? ? clothe?, th? ?liver haired ? ?'*n'? . d sroui d the : remsrkabta abl Itj a hieb hi? 10 the he.nl of hi? i * I sure the work was tight U I short durat'e?". hut Mlk? D01 11 araaal I in no ? ? msnn?.' " ? take care of himself Th? bout between Johns: " :" ?*? ? k Ibai ? ' ?a bi m K.lbane Is HI ?nd ?rill be I ? for aeveral w*?ks. ?? least Word wa? r?ceived from ' I? ***? night that K.l.ile Mei.oort'- Si ' h*"!* Carpentier will meet In a. Iwenty-ISSSS bout in Ireland asm? Hi * ,h* month of May. Mr?;.v)rt:.. I ' " leave Australia on Mar? ! 1 iroker, the (ormsr Tanuna ' ttalan, i?1 reported to have ffen ? I of OWO for the BOUt Lew Roth and Al Be ten rounds at the K?a P? ? j to-nlghf MORE RAIN AT AUGUSTA Superbas Forced to Stay In? doors Another D<tv lag ista, Gta Mai I *' ' [^ Ot day? of grcAl ' x,\ ren Park, tha Buperba? ??? 1 , \ ! remain Indoor? I ' '. ?.; . ! ateady doernpo 11 of 's. . throughout the day. 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