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Entries Still Come for
Tribune Marathon Swim
More than Twenty ?Wen
List of Those Who
Will Compete.
WOMEN KEPT OUT
BY RULES OF RA
Members of Fair Sex F.tger
Pit Their Skill Against
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feeling 1
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sttb? i dir? c(
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Durborow Has Close Call
Rowing in Swollen River
Crushed by Cake o
!? e and Swimmer Gets
?Shock and a Cold
l< v Bath.
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train
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m v..,- only a abort diatan i to i
iin the wat< , i, -.., '.-r'! thai th?
w.-is- f ..n ! ? .? i. .'v e.i'.l'i
:?? grabbed the
n. landed with no
? ban an in- oluntsi ? old
bath, which 'mi- lucky, foi had in been
ling what might
i m? r i ould hope
? '.f time I :
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Pi .in rr?- trophii . bal
-. limlnnr) work m tin- ' i."
nil v Hi change quartsra
f? . i.?,- ;:?, t s- ? evsral
pool extremely mo?
il?- hsa chosen in preference th* Revere
bsth, which messurea UP feet? and
going sia or eight mllea In it
mu ..r three days, Qustsve Wins,
grd . ?Apt ' ta to work
w Ith :
SOCCER GAMES ON CARO
National League Champion?
ship Fixtures Announced.
John i -on?-, ssusloi y sf the NstJonsJ
anon Football Leagus, yeatordai
stie out the following b?' "f chaaapkm
sir.p ftXl un?? fi.r v. it ri 1 !,. ?
;iv?- refereea who win oflli ? ? ?
>??
v> Pstei ton Rana
rrison < >. si. A M<
Csledonlsna tu. wc-t unison-,
a Athlete Park, Nswark; A I
referee. True Blue va Newark. at
iiivin|)i?- Psrk, Peterson; Charlen Ward,
. Brooklyns vi- Clan McDonalds,
at Marquette Oval; Thomas Feat, ref
? ree Bronx United VS Jersey A. ? '., at
Brons Park John N'ishet, referee.
Intere.?" centr?e upon the K?me be
tween the Brooklyns and Clan llcDoil*
aids, as the former have won eleven
?ttiiiRh! in the Nstlonsl Lesg ie. The
two clubs have met foul times ruis sea
Min, tbe results being three clone wins
for Brooklyn dj acorea of " to I, the
fourth havinL.' been a no-scoring tie
The St Oeorge'a Ku-ui (Tub will play?
off a double-headr-r at Maniiatta n field
to-day. flrst meeting the I R. T. Stroll*
era at I'M o'clock. Two 1er the
plsye.-s win take the f?elo foi I ? mstch
with the Yonkers Thistle? m the third
round of the Metropolitan cup tl* The
game will have a epoolsl Hinnirlcati
thea? two teams are 'he respe* live cham
poni in tbe first and second division?
of the Metr?poli Un League.
FORDHAM NINE WINS
Team Shows to Advantage ii
Fast Game Against Lafayette.
I'<.'<i?iarn had Its l.rst real baseball tSSt
of the- ?season yesterds) ntalnst the '.a
fsystt? mne In a fsol game n defeated
the Pennsylvsntens I s ?core oi ] to | m
i 'ordhs "' I '" :" Il "? ei lb< 1st I gan ? ol
.? nue? eesful i | rub i taken by th?
Eaatonlans ' onsldering the lack of i?ra
howlng ..f tbe Maroon nine In
?n department? whs ?ii that could be e.\
!>??? .eil
(festen did the twirling fcr Fonihan.
and altho . ? iplsysd gsnei ualty rn
paasiiiK men to liiM. he tightened up
when sny Maroon and t/hlt? plsysrs no'
on the bases. Three ?-.atteie.i .-???iir"tie?'
wei. sil il" MtS that tbe visitors could
Kail?-'
? ;ii ^? <i ?wbo of'poead Keataa, bad bet?
mtrol, bul wns iiit freelj el critical
?stages Hud The i.i'oii\ ooftettene sahib
Ited better h*e*dwark on tee basea the
?ouiii would ha\? been much larger.
The ?..ore follow ?:
R II K.
" ' ' " f' ! ! )"'; ! !
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r.-n?-inr?-KeH?n and Conw?y. Girard and
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BR??KLINE BOY A
DOUBLE WINNE
Leo Handy Captures I
and 220 Yard Swims a
Interscholastic Contest.
VOLLMER NOSED OUT
IN sSPRINT AT I INI
St. wos.-ini I.a? in I.rail i.i i
t iv Race (?II Near ..nil.
When Me lirvd.
i'u.' i . ,? i',? . ,, Hi ??' Una n
-"? ' '?? . Urdokl'g y.. - . in ... ti ?
\. i. i-..i..':, i. \- ,.. ...tkm ol
v In."tu I 1..1 , Wat the h<*' '.?
the nntlona i echo an Imml
' are held st I
?
won In two ? n | i.''' fi
. 1er II I kind
I "t ..ni. - ?\.: i . i
w ?". i>? . narg?n, i ?
btugveaant ?"' i?" 1i? < ??
i. .. . Mann, ind Hsnd de.
? i .i ii .i ? i It thi "ii h of the ii
Hi--, in ihi ink* -n' .i? - util i'ollii
, . ... ... i
? w . Mi In tbe next ten y ei
. ,.. ii,.- '. ,,.i nd " i?
i i of the tank Ik
up i f. w .n, . ii i , - ,,n i in turn
Ai the mm v v .u tl n... rk th*
? ., h \",liiere. RlOri v .
Shesd, ."ii was toon rorced in ?
? .i. .. : in the ans! in
v aid? tin irai bat! Hsn*
OUI In?? ? '
.1 1,1.11 .11
tl . , im i ..... l.v m y;..
i. ib ? '.. '
ng s,-,, ,i,i ),!.,. , It lo ihsd
o..... i ?. ' . m .. : ti mu? ?i d*
the i !??? ? ? ' gol i
i'.t,.
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-. .un? .1 Suit', ii. i'f I '? Ui
' ? ll
Th* gsve hits ? 111 i worn f<
th. Brat u rento arda bul aftei that I
hsd thtnga bla own >v.,- Smlil
i .iii>:iii*- llretl . gdl) . II.ni.I . ???n Wil
tittle exertion bj tiiteen
? sma tooh pai i Is ihi
The \i"!?.v- r t? .?m took i' ?
at the beginning end ndvei rellm*
ii winning i>> sesrlj ? full length Tl
De w nt <linton i. ..m ?.i- about i i
in front of Pol) F ?
liei i?. it. or Hoi g< ? Mann iboa ed I
tln| ai Fit ? bj ?* orhig ? i letot ?
the ' ? ??? I break i
test. For neatly fort) yarda they liait!'
nip mu? i ?? ,. \., ,n -?? . .,?: nu Ta vu
?elf '?" the limit end with hla stror
Auatiallsn itroke Hei ert wogt to tl
front and lust rear h ad the end bj m tou*
In front of t'olln i i an idon a..
? behind.
The pei formanc* ? v l K Vt'a a
of Brooi llgh S* bo*
K.i vi- th
- much t" talk -ti"-?
tempi whs SA 'eet. th* nexl ??? sed urn
within a minute.? time 'I
lenvee the i
under the ein ?.. ? tVhe
he n?' r he tr?vela ?uii ? <\.
Brookline School csiri.ff Ui
11. a i'
? 'linton ai H e 11 tied f<
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? d, w ith '? .
Won I . ?
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.is- ? ? .
Monti
? ? " t third,
reta**?Woi I
v I ' \*. I
? : ? s- ? ? : . ?
1?, v ten teai alth. i
Davide? \\ rttaslbbaa and i: Zlle-iwHi
! Prei ?-.
II. i lone '. ??' M '? in ? d mir
i n ? 1:54
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I. K. Volln
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Phil t S f
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of il
v '..--I h l'oillv ?
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? tl? i serai.
test--" ? i.
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!?? 11 - Mil I v-c i .-. ns-'i-l Ma
rls Hall ? -
BELMONT HORSE WINS
First American Victory of Sea
son on English Turf.
|.ondon xp'ii t a n.- ist B* Itno?t s-?
th? first of the A merles n rscing rontin
K"et to wm ,i rsce -?*i th* (Cnalleh tur
tivs see
III two ' - ' "i Bandmole ca? 11* i
ufi the Orrmsston F?ate at Deri? to?ds]
ngsinai a t?? ;,i ,,- - ,x\.,.., ., ,?(,|,
ttf I to 1.
Th?' distan?*? ?ir five fui ong atrsigh
and the rs* ? ha?l a value of $1 .'???
OVERWHELM CITY COLLEGE
Scton Hall Piles Up Runs
Against New York Team.
Beton Mali won hi opening gome or
the home grounda al South Orange, N,
,i.. defeating the College ol the Cltj <>t
Ni'W York inn? b) the BOOTS of il M
l n waa sn interesting K?me until
the OlXth Inning, when the gatOnlana
iltiivi- Mullen out of the box with a fusll
Isda of bita Donsldaon, who auccaaded
Mullen, fsred no Letter, and WSS haltered
about haul until the same was called in
the eighth Inning.
Kerrigan pitched g atssdy game for
the South Orange men and allowed the
visitors only five bits, of which number
Hank gol two. i 'ostell.t Uni Rood work
at gbortetop for Cltj Collega while
Shannon made aeveral remarkable
catchee In left field.
gETON II \l.i. i I ? v COLUEOE
an i h pea > ul> i ti i>? ? u I
Sltaifrev.lli i ' 3 ml Mai the wall III I "'I
.! Slian'n.lf 4 ' ! :i>i ftenk. , ... 4 "
Engllah ? f ? " OOlSchulba-g.cf mo ? o t
i i-i, . Ill '?? i I O** onneli.lb 111 I II
Nugent. 2b i i ! Util Mtello, s?, too o 3 1
Lut -. R) , i i 1 'M1, Wright, :f.. 30 1 0 00
Malone) rf I ! :t 01 i Bennett, t*. 3 i o i il
M ?b'n, m ?'? i i i i '? ? Lee? Ib.... If ? i o t
Kerrigan.? i : i ill Mullen, p...Sil i |1
Calm.m, <f i o o Mil Deoaldeon.p ii>o o ?o
Blwood, ?f i u o o?)?
Totale. .:*> ii II :\ <? I Toteli ?i II i 11 ;
Scion Hall.0 :' 0 g I ti f -.'-II
dt*. Colles*.0 o j o u o u u - J
Two ha-?- mt- I'.Mii ui Maleney, Bhaffrey.
n.-- *ti Donaldson, '; ?.ff Mullen, I Becrlfl a
hit - i.*u??-. Stolen !<!.-? s shiiiTr? > rs), rui,
, i m Shannon, Kerrigan Bos- i mi i.uile --
or? K-irlSHii. I; <?fT Mullen, t Hit bi pit char
KuKiifii. Xugenl ,-iiii.k out?By Kerrigan,
??? !.. Donaldson, *: i.v Mullen, I wn.i plteb
'Mullen Time -'te. I u.i.ii le M-rrltt? .
Kine Wins by a Knockout.
Pats) Kline knocked oui Btsnley Rob?
erts of bOUth Walea In the rlrst round
it the Broddwsy Sporting Club? Brook*
lyn. tant algbt Roberta aubotltuted for
W ,11? Jones, who had a heavy cold. The
Inn! ISStSd twit minut?e. Kline landiiif; a
hard left on the aw.
PLAYER WHO GIVES PROMISE OK PLUGGING
HOLE AT SHORT FIELD FOR SUPERBAS
i'icK i gait, i.i-i vf;ir ?with ilic Rtds, who i- trying t?> pr?vt thtt Inc Tinker vvill no1 bt nittcd tero
?ii" i Titlet
Havre de Grace Meeting
Must Draw From South
Late Spring Delays Tr;
mg of Horses at Sheep
head Bay Track.
ODOM'S STRING TO
BK READY SO
A. I . Vsic s Ten Point Will
Brought AlOBg Slowly for
Hin ?T.ventv
i 'lft\ ..? mm e h<
... omiii?; eeaaoa j
Old She. t ?h' sd Bay tra? '. .
fea of them win be read) i"i the An
? n meetings the .?* i > r i ? ? k m
il .i :?.r?l l'un sad Agrteultui .?i
? ? ?? .i? ' lr... o
11 .< \ r- <!<? Qraco will have 10 de?
\i ton and- the ti icks fue
-
onsihte fo ' ?
.... }!,. . '.i
lie. sme ??) ??. ? ..n i .1 soil
Inch i ??? ? p '.n ? ?
put ; the ' oiiev Is:
?? until a fortn
ltd II ? Ml! ? 'thin the hiM ten 'I
that there has ben. snythtng sppre*
inr ?..rk Hoi ? horse '?t Um Bs
galloped half ? mite ?n M ??tuinls si
bul tell
ti s Btsbli s thai will p" ?toute nie u
M ?Odorn Jsmee Msnnls i
M;i\ ni-?-, i., ead ti"' ?nl: hon ? of <
? ? f.?ni the rsclnt pu
or? the thi
? :. ? ? ond ? irotu
^ hi? ?. . m m.'v end Him
\? . ? ? ? m, ?.. r. ,.|. n ,?r k
,-.? ?I Ko... t.-.
- , , tendenl - ? ? ? Oadei coll
ito k- build *mi high speed nhuh i
siesdll) under racing le
?i. ?? lengthened some over winter, i
if the ?vtesdj priml lo which he was si
|, ....) last _aS0fl has not robber) him
...m" of hi? rfta?t) he ehouM make
, i?B< fui . smpsigTM '
?Mannte n* pOlntlni .?-.ir.iintendent I
th? p ssknee Handicap, ???' Srlmllco, .?
if ha acquits himself with crsdit In tl
? he ? ?n eterl In the kfetropolii
HandlrOp, th< pruapcctiv? feature of t
'.v. ? tel-, ?tei il i 11 'I f<" i
? O? i l<Jlg ?Ii' : I H' Itnoilt I'ark.
tuperint? ndent'e stable mate Orotund
n smartlj mad* fin bj Hippodrome <?
?if ?ilevn.. Which won -.t H.-lmont I'.t
laut ?mting an?l then fell BlCh. ?the bas (I
I/eloped lato I Btee looker, ami Maun
believes ?she aill eibon some speed ?
-, g\ time h get? a iah chsnee to ra<
lier.
. ..?.?m ? string ibi- sesson ': lh< bias?!
h? has handled In Ihr* yesrs, ?and u
made ni? excluoted) <>f two-yssr-oW
most of them sons of the Iste Jsmss i
u. Hi's fsmous Commsndo horse ? 'el
Colln's tw<?->?.ar-ohi helper io Ittl ?n
the Brooklyn Handicap winner of I!*?1
<??iom is training now tor ? wealthy rei
est?t? m.m of Brooklyn, nbo win rac
this year under the aeoillBOd tule Brook
Side Stahl"
Laal vein Odom's new bos? hough
thirteen yearlings i>\ ?'?it from Artho
B, Hancock, tbe Virginian bree ?er irb?
ba.i Cell under loses .<>r three sooaoni a
Bllerelle Fsrtn i Alberaarl? ? ounty. Hi
paid PMM for the lot, ati'l I .side? th?
?'eh purcbaaed ? Peep o i?av _olt b
Kentuckj forM.lst. This Peep o' Dai col
is n email loofcar, with much the bulk
of that a.-?oini'li.-tied 1'. im? ..' l?a.\ tin .
? ear oh] Ol ISSl s.-ason. Cock1 ??' thl
Walk, but h?- Is ? ba.v in color, H?
showed a quarter in a fraction bsttl
than M seconds last fall, oteen < ><i<>?<.
broke him, and gives svsry (.rom. ..i
OOmtng i" hand *-arl>
As muiki ig tu?- ?prepotency of Celt, ten
... tne thirteen are chestnuts, an?i there
i? not one ?. tii> in Which does not .sug?
gest his sire in conformation and gslt,
They are. heavy lopped nnd sh.ni
legged, with lots of length below, plent.v
Of breathing room and short, miMCUter
backs. Best Of all. they are sound and
goo.i tempered. Not one has ?shown .,
suspicion <?f ?rashness shout the anhlaa
ami they train like veterans.
The most fiimoii? horse at Sheepshead
Hay Is Anthony !.. Aste? f?ur-vvar-oi.l
?oit Ten l'oint, hero of the Wahlen at
r.mli.o a ysar ano lust fall and a win
nei at Havre de tJrace and Saratoga IssI
aaaaun Always a horse of goodly pr??
p??rtions. Ten Foint has furnished over
winter .uto .-? giant
Last season, it will ho remember. ,l il9 ;
I was ready for the Havre d? Grec? spring
mee ti ni i sai he ?i be? award end
K'?t him tO
the iunning ?of the
lletropolll ? u- In .;>r :
?' Mr
Ast" in tho Brooklyn, Suburb.m
|( he trains -
!.. and hi '. . .. Hot M he will
i.r..?.. . ? nner ?ai
id- dsdd) Js? a. Point o tel ?
? m Hsndl ? ? l cono
. in. 11. Kll and Imp I he
defesi ' ? Polm ? on :
i... by Derb
i ? .. ibl u?. t..
n,.?.:..-? ? . i.
P?ts B In i ? ?if i i
? ? nn.t t.. com ? back from I
\s bei ?? !.. w ? m ? ?. ?
foreign breed Dt Of John
tanford. of am ? '.?.ninK eight
?unaii two-year-olda at tbe hav for
Oeorg? i ' '- ?. !' ed? Ipl la. ?
nephe ? ol lo ? ph E. Wld? ?
i>., ?? i.enrv win? trsined C\ ?ties
Koblei ? orsei I ion ind i hi
Mm !?? 1 . m
; . ? ? . ? Patatal ?
?on of i. ?? tl Simon) .imi
i .. patlke, f?>r the PI nhs a rsces He
. .h. i sel resd foi Havre i Ora is.
CRESCENTS WIN EASILY
Fort Hamilton Soccer Eleven
Unable to Score.
Tho so. ?er players ><t th?? Crescen! \
Istto ?'lui? Journeyed ?to Foil Hamilton
oon end took the ?soldier
to camp to the tune of i goo
0 iiv dmt of superioi sil sround pte)
Th.? i irked bj the i
Into ti?'% ' 'r' ?" ? ol line-up ?>i vv i Uo
? 'leitend, n h?> ha iwsj lrot,i th?
i. ? ? i '.. mbei His ptaj was s
feature ol thst of
at oenti e. a iltlou
t_ t ?o- i ; rs? . nl ?
Fifteen minut?e eft? iri Mc< lei?
i.m.I opened the ecoring foi tbe vtsiuni
fi.im .. psse by Psri Cole soon made his
. ? pass from
i D hteclennsi he 'n"k th.- boll eleso
through from ih? contre of the Sold ami
scored wlCb s herd drive tbat ?baffled the
custodten compl? I
The line up follOS I
,-., r .,,?? .?? pm?um n h ?" ton iei
.
i . n it.rail
i'h?rlwood . L H ..Krt her
u
. ' ' n .
. i. h
? ? > l: Mr, >n<" ri.
I i: li>..?r.
I ,,V .
I I, IM.'
riniih - ..i.
It! . . ifi i, gen ' ?? ? v . ?linn t.
? .1? . ? vi i enr.as ? 11 ? <?i.' ? Tim? ii?i? at
,,< f.?- ? i>?
ATHLETICS SCORE SHUTOUT
Capture Three Runs Against
Phillies in First Inning.
Philadelphia, .prll i The Phltedelpl i
Amsrlcsne sinn oui tbe local ?National
i.??mue club to ?ia> by the score of 3 to ?>.
The Americano scored oil their runs '.n
the first inning, off lineup, the Indian
pit? her. The series SOW BtSnde "ne v i ?
torj for each team
Tiie s< ore (< Hows:
h h a
AnMrtceni I 0 " 0 9 000 s :: 7 ??
Kations ? 0 0 ?> S 0.1 0 " 4 i
Ttnesp llottlson and turn?; Prows Buss
sod Lapp, Mchang, CmpUos Connolly end
i: roa
TO-DAY'S AMATEUR SOCCER
Yonkers and Rangers Will Fight
for State Cup.
A cup n-' match and seven Amateur
i.e.iRiie championship game.-; .u.. among
the Sun.I.; .. .. rls ture v. ?
ha. teg ?been eliminated I > Brook I j n
from ihs national troph) competition,
will m.v. go after tbe atete ? up. Thej
will meet the Ranger? in the second
round a. ?Lenox ? ?\ ?. | i?> do) .
The sobedule i olios e:
.-aUTliKKN NEW yokk CUP TIM
Yonkei-a vi. Hange.a. ai. Unos ?>?._| i 30
ii m
AM ITKUFI UEAQUE
Oval V? .'?iner.in?) m UmHM ?Oval
.: i. m Hollywood Inn v?. ? uu UeKcnsI?, ?i
roek.1. (i?? UacDuff v? Clan I'hliholni a
J?e___. ,M" 'IU.IN..II fnlted ?* Jermen?. at
Iuber .s Oval, .isms va Ungfeltows at
i** ''' rtlandi r.ok ureenpolnt Celtics va
1 'ilion?, ?i |.|?..i ? oval; a int- Rom va Cls?
Scott, ai A?.
Red Sox Drop a Game.
,''olM!_bu-_ Ai"H 1 t?;.. Columbas
.\in.,i?.,n .aiotrlatlon I? ai.feated the
jM'-lon Ke.l Sox tO-dj . s ., ?COTO of 4
A pa?' and a Untie b) Lewis off flehen
*"'"k: !" the sixth enabled Kngle to
score.
HARVARD BLANKS
YALE AT SOCCER
Blue Eleven Batters in Vain
at the Stone Wall
Defence.
Cambridge, Mas-, April i. Followinrc
up their Bood wort, ittainst Cornell on
?day, Hsrvsrd'a mecer playeas dis
posed of Yale's tesm, one of the cham
chief rival.*-. b? I ? "re ?if ! (*"a:
to *? hers t't-ii.i'
,\t ?. itagi of 'he encoui tei did fsle
?ble '?? cope with the ntercol*
log at? ' ampiona, w host ? t es*
WSI ' heir stronn po (it The
Bround ?ns in soir- tter condi?
tion than when Cornell was h"re Mar?
ia-') s fsrwsrda ??-r* active st all times,
? - Baker, who was the hero of Thurs*
day'a game, was not so au
. ?r points f"; his tesm Mevertho?
.- shot the fo irth gosl In tl ?
oini period.
Csptsin Prsncke opened the icor ng foi
??i when tbe B -' i ??most
m er, finding Ysl* 'a nel with
Ion abot it Iscksd five minutes of half
tilge when Carnoehsn placed Harvard h
the lead s( I to i. Hla scot, too, was tbe
result of clever individual
After the reatarl Harvard followed up
the .!'ivanta?re and made it thrre straight
when Weld, the OUtslde left, kicked a
goal from a "corner." Within SBOtOer
ten minutes Taker had contributed hia
point, the Centre having taken the ball
down from the'middle Of the BsM
Although I ill ? case wae hopeless, the
team kept pluckil) at Wk, snd never
relaxed the effort t'1 heel down Hsr*
rsll defence
The Hit* -up folios -
.1. f ?.
'? . t'."!t
??I ,: B . II
'?I' . ->-?
Qrani ': ?'.
f. H irrowea
ivnn ' " . ghut?er
... O. B . TYIl'P
.lennlnga .'? B . Ticker
Baker . ' . '???'
? tchan . i i.
Weld l ' l? . I?"1 Ina
Froncke, Carnochan n'etd and
for Harvard Referee \ Williame.
t.lneamen Ml Burgess for Harvard, Mr M<
Hen i for Fate. Time Malvee of fort* five
itiiiiu .
- a
YONKERS LEADING
IN SOCCER LEAGUE
Has Advantage of Only Two
Points Over Brooklyn
Celtics.
gonkera it'll lesda on pointa in the
1rs) division of the New Yo-k State Ama?
teur Association Footbsll LeSgUS? Si?
though the Brooklyn C?ltica second for
the time being, have not yel been de?
feated. Th. ? sre also aeral Rnsliste In
the F. S A F A. Cttp tie series, from
Which fonkera was eliminated hy the
Brooklyns
In the ggeond division Clan MacDufl
hag much the bSSl of it. both in the
matter of points and in losses
The ofllctsl record given out yestsrdsy
by w. Hollywood, aecretary of the league,
follow s:
mtar division
lili.:- Ployed. Won. I.lisf |tr:l Pu
TonV ra .1! M I l ?
Brooklyn Feltlca., 10 I I i i:?
v v. C?ltica.... n i '.' !?'
Columbia Ovol. . i 4 ?_? ?u
Bangen ........... I | ti 1
Itollya.i Inn 1111
i'Ian MacKenate. II ' 1 ',
?temerona ......... I 7 o i
v.r.?n'.i,iiit .... I t ?3
BBCOND DIVISION
?Ian MseDnff. I| II I ? :
l.i'liKf.!.'?' I II !'l . 1 g
Hermana II I i I!)
Pultoni .13 s :: ? is
i .? tica, ii ? ,i i?
? . on t'nlted 10 4 | |
?Ian . 'i.isli.cii, ?s * ; i ?.
Overaeaa n i | o s
P?en Bcotl I 1 I I |
\v bita Ron* I i i i |
Angto-Boxoni || | \? | ?\
?<Mumble Oval and Has MscDug awarded
i point each; (ireonpolnt ,in,l Anglo-Saxona
penalized ! points ea.-li.
The PUltong have protested their Kam?
with *'ian MacDufl and the Qsrmsna bave
rroteoted their gsmg ?ritb the Fulton-.
These protests will he heard at g nest*
in?? of the league on April 14.
Reds Vanquish Senators.
Cinelnnsti, April I, -Cinclnnstl plsysd
lia inst home game ?if the geapun here
to-day ami defeated the Waahlngton
American Lesgue tesm bj .. acore of
I to :t While Washington ouihlt the
Roda, ihe rstnarkabla Balding of Cincln?
nstl overcame th?- handicap, and Wsah*
Inarton'a iwo arrorg proved costli John*
son a pitching and Oroh's fielding for
Cincinnati were sensational.
RECORD CROWD SEES
SCOTLAND TRIUMPH
Only One Goal for ?English
Internationalists to Op?
ponents* Three.
LEAGUE RACES
GROWING TIGHTF/
Blackburn Rovers Only Tea
Which Has Already Clinched
Its Title.
r. . nl.i? m TI.e Tribun? |
?-OadOW, April 4 The create.t ?,f all ir:
tsrnstionsls I otlsnd ? England, ?ri
I? the lauf OSS of the season. tSofe piare
Is - .? el i Ismpton Psi k, Olsstow,
?attracted a n?". rowd of lU.eOI
per00SO, who SOW n Splendid trim?? er..I .n
, or ?tcotland ?? .? m ora of I
division of I
aTnglteh Association LsafiM th" Mt*t
? em
ptoaship "frtafn, and further irnprove^t
.. . ... ? '..ii h'inv
Kan'- Bolton u'.iii'I'-it? ??
s? ore of ; to I but A- It H ft
?i \ unnsr-up throuth ?kantet ?
i ..m?- ??.-une with Kswcsstlo United !
f t to "'? b caoeed a bit
irise Mlancbestei Initefl has gTSdS
?lipped fi m Mr-' ' ? I th
table, ami the etrengtbenlng of the U i
b) the Inclusten ??' M'intpr. r?
from Chstsee "? fl
1 Ol pi
. of i t?. : Ree ittg
Sheffle!') I ni'e.l Burnl? '?
? " ' l'i Ited
Mmi. i m Athle? i
I .-'.., ... ?J
Bla R i ? ? ?
Kh?flleld ' * - - -.:??.. I
'.
?
o ._>, ? PraaU i Nortl :
T'.r tenham I lotspu - 1 I
Bi id ford and Woolwich Ar?enai
|.i. k?-?l lip ;r poll i i .c : ?
fig;ht f'. promotion, with Not!
i .<?. i sa? bad ...
Wools ??. altghtl. the tevorite
Nott-i rorest csme "?n ? ?*, o~ ?
?real ?.- eatlai
?!itj i.. a aeon ?? >
supporter", while f..
ft
l> to 1. ?Leicester I',.
? <.|. n t'n?. gain With Hull
Bh?iriti?r. the point , bul Fll hsm I I
a rare bom" ? . ? ? PtAY,
? i <-i ??, w inning by the o
aceirt
i . I Brad I .
-
? Nl ? 'ii I .' .? 1
I ol
?
ghani ' .? . ?? ? ? ?>
Hull Cttj
' Rental. |
Kjlham ! I
Cr>*sti I see nee nors ?sot
term? with 8s
I tttw goo
-
? ?
now go on for ' - ' Sorthsn
created h record te thil SSgUO 1
? irawn earn? tl
oints wit " ? - ? ii?'1
Catted
Q USeaa Park Run'
edly lost their boaae
itta.
West Haas ' miel i I
Revers I - -
?*i?-??thampton ....
PU mouth trgyle.... 1 -
.. n
Crystsl Palee? ? I
? ?
??? !n....n To *l . t
|
i,i;.v;iK i
?? .
i p
?
Holten Wanderer? C 14 ? 10 ?
Vs.on Ville B '?? II 4 '
I ? IS 4
BundeMsnd .1? IS 13 ?i
lOoroug
'?llhani Athl?
1?
Bvertoo ?".: ' ? <M '-*
?. ? . ?
? i .11
I 31
?...
?
'
II K 7 41 ?
-
LaVAOl - II.
-2 7 i, ,"l .1 ?>
i . 90 11 2 a*
? h : i ; ? ; 11 i 4.
Hull ' "? IS 9 8
I IT II ? 7" I
? laptoti . ?rleni a IS 10 : ???
.-..' IS 11 ?> 4- 4 1
rainrion ^ .13 l?i 13 ? ' ? 17
B .;: i . i' :? a..
? 14 12 ?1 i
Fulharn ,"13 14 13 rt ? t B ?
Giinurt?) row? ;.?-? 13 13 ; . ??
33 II 33 B 47 17
Il u ? ?i :>_? so
Hud I? ill. I ' 3 !"
Ml.-?, k \w?] ';.' K 14 It _n I |
? ? . i
'? I? ? ?? .';? 2'2.
I.In. .?n . ? i ?.'?...? .
N?..?- c,. e?i ; : k i?. t.
- ?? ' r n K i ; \ i ?.??,; ?.
:?? I ? ;:. n u
Palac? ? ?>: S 13 ;.:, ? ? i
Reading :: IH ? n ?I
.'.I 14 T 1'? 41
vv nl Ham 1'nl? 14 0 9 M ?to
Brighton a to .- . :c_> i:: |n ??
Port?-?outk .".i II 10 ?
' ? " ' ? ' I ' ? I 2
I | .? .
yueei ? lvk H II 1? 0 47 : II
;:i ii it a ?.
bant 12 14 7t?.
Norwl? h ?'Il -iri??? ?: .-..?
? ?..i-.tnr cii : m 13 :? k? ?i t?
Hri??.?l R.? :? I.', ?. ?j
Fouthend L'nl ? S 13 B
Watford it 7 i I ?7 2:
Merih- r To? n ..I 4 17 M
Covent- Cii ? IT 1. ;;?'? ? i 9
Scottish League.
Owing i" the counter attraction -i
?Hampden ran?, ail of the oisag i J
:c.st?.i lo-.i;.\, which left onl\ seveli
gamer, t?? be decided win- h all arare
O/on bj !l>e home tcanir?.
HssrtS ai..I Raith llovera ;'o?i won
their sames by I t.? '. bestisg l'n ?
ton and St. Mlrren iespoctiv?
Ayr I'niteil made ?i big Jump in the
table by g^sttlnt the batter of Hamilton
Academical'? by the eCOTS Of 3 to I.
Ktsiilts:
?OSlSnS ....... 4 A.e:..??>eti . 1
v\ : L'nitad, ... * iianii'' m i . I
VI . S Clyd? . I)
i ii.. . i . ?'. Lhimba? ton . i
M..tl?-i\- el' . 1
i alkl . ? :? Illbei nlem . 1
Rov?ri tftiren .. . i
? ? ?i 1'ISM LU vu t: "' '.-: i lOJ?g TO i ?
i.
vv : i.- i :? vSi r
?..' IS 3 ? 1.7 n tl
R?_ns?ra S 3 12
u<a u . ;.'. _'j .". ?? OS
::.'. 24 '.? ?-' 7'.'
Alrdrieonlana ..... ?'??'< 17 7 M 07 * U
Falklrk . :.i 1?. 9 ?" ? ? ?
Dundee . ;;, U u ."? ."?I '
Third I .?nark . 10 13 IS N '." 41 :: ;
KllniarnocV . 10 '? :? u f! 30
Ralth Rover? . :\4 12 17 ."? .m ID
? 'h.v '.4 lo |0 ?, ? ?: '.?
Am- United :?". ii i?? ?'? S3 M ^
r.o-ti.i. Thiatl? 3.1 10 I? 7 '.i ?i Xi
Ifotherwell .... . .;.! U 17 6 4.; SO 27
Hibernian? .33 n t?. i M ???'? ?-??;
?;, .4 !? 17 ? .'Hi
ijueoiisj I'iirk . 1.1 B IS 7 47 ?
I nimi. ri??t.. . .? R '.'?? .'? .1? ?
Hamilton Ac , ??'> 7 ." ? ?1 ?
Ii Mlrren ;': t -"-'
Boston Braves in Deleat
Atlanta. A fill I The Atlanta team o
the Southern Asaoclation defealOt the
Hoaton Braves here to-d?v. I>\ g
of ? to 3. Hoaton'? loose Melding was re
4 ?ponstble for the defeat.

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