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FENCING LAURELS Men from the Heights Make Clean Sweep in Inter? collegiate Meet. STEDDIFORD PITT FOILS CHAMPION I). S. Naval Academy Shows Up Well by Capturing Second Place in Team Honors. ft n srs ' -"i L*olumbts ' " *< Is a < lean i tu ? -:? In the Intercol ? fencinu ami sabre i hips he it at the Hotel \ night. < Columbia ?? 01 I plonahtp d IP?, ii" ? ? : won inir.iiiu.il foils championship, end do shuti... i in l he sa re? mtei If Columbia 01 n the youni ' ? 81 Natal Academy, who wen i < ???? eecond in the . . or. and tl els with tin t he tea ; ? ? . ? ? ? In ah?. ? -?.. the tetter \ ? - up tht : ? thai ? Miller, oi >. s ?. howeve . v* sa In .? ? Nhv . .1 ? n M ' -. tii It, of Penns; Ivan a 1'ntil the last th -e bouts (?"I been o? cided il ? or the N'.iv- v honors? in the folla ? >nt< '*'> lumbia gH?n?-.i ths prise, to the Individual championship which tested upon i1 ? ? t he lina : between Pitt U ntl H The large gallery, with ?omen even tag drees In tht w... .i ..i..> . the -entre stri] . : I ballroom arni natciM ?i I ? : ? thev faced ? ? b othei In the decisive t?-v> Should Hani a he ate' I'itt erould be tied for tue ?mir. aliial hol The teams fi lion Columbio, won ? '-' It Navy, won SS; leal IS; Cornell, won -1; lost ->? Pennsyl? vania, won >. ' '?! won 17; lost S; I P w illisot ew Yo . 'lu i ? . nu the boul '?? I ? he N'a- ??. and i ?e ? "osta of Coi nell, - the i ihres conti '.'?'" ? ? n hen I >?? Coata's sa k him a glancing blow. The ' nell m. n - aa i pelting < '??? hram - at t ' ? ? Alllaon s as si tei rted by Di B I hotel n and Dr. Grai me H m mend and lat? Eye tar and Throat Hospital The e? of in- Injun la not known, al? though It I : ???" eo irnea was cul TEAM BCORE8 tj Won from Hai vartl univ< li '."si none; i Ble .. Cal vernit I r Pennsylvania . won t b< -? 'i otal a ? Navy v, on from Harvard 9 bouta - lost !; ? '"? ia .1. won i, won ?". mu, won ?? bo its ost -: Tota . - P? nnsj lvmi, Won from Han ard ?" won " bouts, lo ' ? ornell, won | o<, ta ;..-i I 'olumbla. won ? Wv. y. vvon .: 'I otal, won '."' bouts; lost 25 from Harvard ! .ost ? Pennsyh i . ? - . boul :. c t be us lost ?'?: ' tolumbia, B) Ivante, won i its, lost ? lost, .".'. rvard- Won fi m Ya ?- T bouts, lost I; Cornell, woi 9 bouts, lost S; Columbia w r i. Peni avivante, won 4 bout?., lost \ .v won i bo ita lo ? BABRE8 Waldo Phumway, Columbia University, defeat?..) A M !??? ' osta, Cornell !'? sitv. 7?S ] G l;.triol. University of Pennsylvania 7?< E. Navy, - .t Tots Woi ... it-, lost, 0 ? i.. ... i 11,. ?'ostn %?-?; j ? ; Bai toi, : I T ' Won, j bouts, li .1. ?; Hart.. , l ?.,' ? Bit} Of Penna) ?va nis, defeated l H ?'? Total Won, I bout; lust, I A. If. I?.its Cornell University, ?Aon S, It-.. Individual championship (foils)- Steddt ford i'itt. Columbia University, defeated Damon, Harvard, 8 :. ?ylen, Harva d, > I; \ ar Nordrutf, Harvard, S '. Down :ing. Yale. 7?4; Nlckerson. Tale, 4?I; Bi? ber;, Cornell, i Bevage, Cornell ?chapman, ?'ornell. 3D IT. Gerhard, Penn? rsylvania. i Casase m, Pennsylvania, '*??. Van Busklrk, Pennsylvania, l?D?4; ?ilennon. Navy. S ':. Ha .s. Nhvv. C 2 'ToLal. won 13 t>outN. ! R. O. Haus. Navy, defeated Damon. ?.34??; Aylen, n-'. Downing, S?S; Nicker *on, 7-3. Blbert, .">?? I; Savage. 7 S; Chap mam, %?b; Clough, S?S; afouquin, I 7: >'a.saf>sis, 11?7 Van Busklrk ll v To? la', w on U 1 o its. lost -1 n Van Busklrk, Pennsylvania, de? feated Damon, l ". Aylen, i<> i. van Kordruff, t 5 Dowi Nlckerson, ! " Ml! er I; Chapman, .V-4; Clough, ]i-?, Mouquln, S 4; ?lleberg, B- I; Glen Ma, .r> -1 Total, w.ui II bouts, loHt I. K C. Hiller, Yale, defeated Demon | s T Blbei ? t Sat nae, 9 7: < "louah ?>?6; Pitt, S Ifouquin, 7?4. <?er har'l. - I; Hau?. 7?5; Qlennon, S >'? Vaughn, S t; Total, ?on II bouts, lost 4 t. Mouquln, Columbia, defeated Da men. '? I \ vlen. ?? 8 Van Not i- 7: Downing, 6 2 Nicker* Slbett, S ?., Savage s -,. Chapman, Gerhard. ?. -S; Bllsl srs, i Total. A.-ii 10 bouts. io?tt .",, v. El I si ? ? . defeated Da mon, Down Ins. S \. Nlck B. * I; Miller, i ... Blbert i"ft. - ? Qei ir< l;Cs Mssua I ! I..1, won ;? ? out -. lost I A. N. ClOUgh, Columbia. defeMed Dfl rnon. ' I. Xvltri, t> -j, Van Nor.lruff, . , Nlckerson, 9 I. Bibei I, . S; s ? ' Sardina. 10 r.. < ;. ? i % Ellaberg, 9 Total, w.>n ? ooute. lout ? P T Glennon, Navj defeated immon. Van Nordi un, ? T i ion Miner. - i Bai ige, 11?10; Moa - v.i'i Nordiu?T Harvard defeated Down . '. ? Miller, S?f; 8 1 10-4; < ;?r; ar ;, - ??!??. ?kV?i^-, Coi ' ? d? feeted Ds Sordrufl . . ? Ruaklrk ? ? i. - . ? .'s. loSI I '. ' ? ? .. Pi . . 1 '"'?"??' ' ?.. . ? -? Nli kerf. ? ' -?4; CI ..?.r?a:. , i Hani wen S bouti li ? ? Damon II Downlir*, haisberi ' ti i Downlm Blbert. ? .. i Tots '? ? I ??? d Av . ? ?. Mo -i Downlna Teas Dowi Lai w...... | g. c. ; ' 1 \n.K'i" llarvard isubstltuted for Da rr.'-i i. ?> on '? loa' i WILLIAMS SCORES SHUTOUT Takes Game from South Orange Field Club Nine. I. itti Oran? , N J., April 11 vYUIlams i'oiirRr ?hul oui th? Booth Orangs Field Clab hSIS this nftsrnOOa !n the OP' ? . ?cor? belns I to o. Th? Field Club'? nlns Is mads up si a . its? players. Three pitcher? w< ? icalnst t?s William? men-IVniifi. M'-is sod LoutTsI- and al? though aniv four passst w< r* allowed pant and srror? ca\e William? thre? run?? in th? second Innlni i.n :tr *?:. who la .-ni ex-captain' <<r th? hockey team st I ??:". and slaa ? : ?hortstop, ?li'l the best worh In th? box. roung twirled ior William? snd bad ? i ,,;. Harold now. captain of ihr- Field Club, ?lammed oui ? two-bsggei n th? fourth, bul waa left on th? bai Th? ? wi l; li l. ,, 10 0 2 11 r. 4 Orange l . I. Ball . . ? vi; I :??? i ? i i i?? Mj ? i . C. C. H. Y. WINS IN NINTH St John's College Kits Ball Hard, but to No Avail. of the ? 'ItJ of N.iv foi t< ? ?; ?? :t ninth inning victory ?net th? ? lollege Bin? on th? lattei v ..?.,. n e?t( rd?y bj i ?con o to ? v ? ? ? ling fi om i h? opening li i ''". wnt ? ' ^ht by Its opponents foui i in? on bunch?*] In th? tin ng, howei < r, Bennett . to aecoi ; field outs ?coi ??'! i b? v\ inning i i ennei : wa i ?> ? nded for flfte? n nus .- Si Johi ? ?, i":t : >? had h facult.v of keeping them well i att< on tna n) o? i ssiona I aen : He ding*. The ?coi ? follow? . . \ v ?n iohn"S ror.i bge hpaa? abr I ? ? 100 1 ' 0 i ?<?? I*. ' : ft? 100 ' ' M h II - ' ? ? m ; l it. ? i i '?. i ! Dannlo. If.p ill I I S 0 11 ? .-..,.... ??. 4 ? ? 1 t o Kram? :??? :t ?? ? 6 ? Mahai ???? Il M tU 0 1 m i . ' j? Muri hv. rf. 41 1 ? 1 ? I)..rial.I n.rf 10 1 I. v. - Si 2 ? 1 I ? 01 Wall. ? MSI Tot? ?....J4 . ? . \ ^ di;,,,, ri ' ., i> ?10 4 Two .?r?: O'? 'onnell, ? N Htfl ???? ? ? .. amri to ?>'( .. . . ? ? ....... 11 M' \\ a. .. ' . ! 'I. i: ? ? ? v. lid i :? ! Walkei ball .v: ? ? ? i.:nt^ '.' in ;?'? inniogi ' mp ? ?? Jollon LAWRENCEVILLE NINE WINS Pitching: of Houghton and Ball n Feature of the Victory. i: ? ? ? ? ? ?. i Lswrencevtlle, N .i . Iprll 11. Lsw rencevlll? School opened Its baseball sea awn here this afternoon bj defeating th?* u"iii, ir v m .? ,\ . of Ti nton, bj ih? score i>f l.'. to 1 The pit? hing of Houghton snd Ball wsa good, th? former striking, out sis mm In Ihree Innjngi snd er ? lio? ln| only i?" hit? n four liming? The seme follow? LAWRENCEV1M.E ? II.Il' R I 11 \ pa.. r, ? I :; 0 n i n 1 111 .i OiKre?! IH . i.p 0 0 ? ""i inn ? lofiioo Lay. If I 0 0 H ? ? Mb SOI 1 ?1 i Inl r. 4 ? ? ? 0 MOi.l.KI *'kl.e n ' Kauf if.lb.it !S? 4SI HoiRhtnn.ii ' 00 ?10 Tarty, p, ' r< I Ban, p.. i oo i Toial? | . - | 5 < Wilbur v. .vi 'V 0 0 0 I ( Thr?M Btai ? Bali 1. l.-'t on . Wll. ?all? Hanaai Flrat bat ? - ? - ? hit? Ki ifman ? Ball WEFERS ISSUES AN UKASE To Bar All Latecomers from Columbia Track Team. Coin m hi a '? makli g :i .le^riemte ef te Interest in it? track ? > - ?. ? . ? led to ei from th?- ?quad ill men who eoma i ? i' the last minute and expscl to ri, ;, k ?- the team uii a few days' ] raCttce. Bernle IVefers, coach of Ihe Blue ?ivi White ?quad. Ip not over-hopeful, how? of the tea m'? ? hsna i foi success thla year, and wa? quoted sa saylng yes? terday ih it unleaa there I? a Mr Im? provement and Increase In the number r>f men mmini? oui Columbia vas goli g t'i lave s miserable re? resentation this yen : The fact that im mrn a*e coming oui for the Held ?venta." Wafer? Is re? ported tu hav? said, "is th? heaviest handteap the track team has experienced In VPHI?. If only men were here to their norni- we m Ik b t he able to develop mor? Material, but as ii Is \Kf are hopeless, Our offer to ;;i\e any on? th? best w? hsve In the coaching line ought ;<) be an Inducement if we do not ^et more men <"it here in a huiry we ?re li'iinc tu h;i ' <? i mtserabl? team this > ear " Columbia open? It? season ?rlth a <IimI meel sgsinsi the N'av; on Ma? " and on ? - I ve - ? i ' > ? ?-? i. a s dual con ti - ? racuse and ? '?igate There are few men out for th? Held ctli illy none foi : ?high ?lit. Olmstead snd B< itty In the welghta aia! Macdonald Brady In the hurdle? .:'?? looked n'i astti' ? ? i,' i he tea m GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND Joe Judge Shows Well with Red Sox?Egan on the Job. .i<<e Judfs, who played fir?t baas for the MISOS, t.nm here taut year, has mad? ? splendid ?bowlni Is the loath with the !:???! Boi He I u presssd Bngl? hard for ? berth as a regular, bul the veteran will probably k..; J' k Egan waa the wbol? show ha the Ifth tnnJni ol i at? rdaj ? gam? in Ihn ? oui thses 1 snk? sa In ? '??. sston Oi ? ' ? i nice plaj In 'he thirri. ? ground for I .< Kli | ' ' ?? baa made a i" l s ;t>i i;,. ng thai he ?rill beat him out m bat? ting ? Bill Holden playei me set ? " ? . ,| no III eft. ? ? i, ??.!,( nines? the ..th. .? ..r iii' ?i asid I ? ? ? oat was on tbi mend 'i oh snd Bam Pi .1? ?oi ii ha i ?? asa la ? i s bli h la-!? ?! im moi? ni i he Cuba, i '?< el i d ? ? ? .. || f ??'?!,? . , ' ? i . inefaa Hank O*Da real lora Columbus Game Postponed. ? ' ?? A pi II ii The ' leve America ; ??.i"i ? 'olumbui i*an association exhibition gsm? foi to da was i ailed off on ... i O lit r.f i M In OFFICERS AND FLAG SHIP OF THE COLONIAL YACHT CLUB AND ONE OF THE TROPHIES OFFERED Upper picture?The Caniste, flagship of Colonial Yacht Club. Lower picture?Left to right: Commodore N. J. Baker. Vice-Commodore J. B. Bashore and Rear Commodore E. L Mahnken._ FINE TWIRLING BY SHEA BEATS PENN Columbia Nine Scores Shtit Out in Second Game of Series with Quaker?.. ttlai ? ?' ' \ I, April 1 The 1*1 versitj <>r Pennsj Iva i nine ? ss de? feated rhli afteri oon In the of the Kasl ? ? es with < 'oiumbls bj a m ..?. of ;. to o Shea, wbi was In the boa for the New Fork team, tuirled a masterl] fame, fielding onlj Rve hi;s In the ninth Bhea fanned the two last Penn batters Mat' ?hi-tt. v ho I.alt. ?; ;. ? a pin? h hilt ?: . and Wallace, the slugging Aral baseman. Madden, who etarted foi Penn, aaa met ? .i oui of the bos in thi i ?? ? i h and was ? : iced b* Gallant Buncke ol Columbia, wai the battini atar, lie uei i failed throughout the game to come through with Ihe necesi bit in a pln< n. and all his tin? e hit - ' triple, tio..hi., and ? ora The ? 'oiumbia t un In Ihe fit al s as to Man.'., vt in. dropped a per?e?t throw from Koons, a lien Page s ? slk< J, su,;.- wti ond B im ke then came w.: ti a sei earning aingle, and P hai ample time :o t omph te the ? Ircult. In the s.xth. with one loan out, Page boosted a hi?h fi> Into Murdock'a t ?-i 11 - torj The Pens Heidi i lost the iph ?i ?? In the ^un bihI Page acampi.i all ths way to the keystone bag, Buncke agala came through with a timely double - Ing Page, Frederick followed with ai other double, ecoring Buncki Columbia'a attack continued in the mi - tnth, and Madden waa driven from the box. Valiant replacing him. Watt tripled to left field and scored whsn Armstrong muffed Harms fij In to? eighth Buncke found Valiant foi three be*.'- lie acored on a aai i Ifli e n bj Pi >-d. i Ick The score foll?n?: OOU7MBI v i'i.w abr Iboa < at lb?a ? a au h i : I I S Mana. 2b IS I 4 - i iimiii. lb....4SS : 2?> ? hlmpf m ISS t it Tape. If.S31 2 00 Mlrile, cf . ill 1 I I ?unck-, rf t '.' ! ! "0 Armst'g rf ?S1 I SI i leiick, aa :i I i i SS vv imt lb....II <'.ret-rh, Bt.4 01 1 SI Murdoch, if I n '< I IS Phlleon, ?f SS1 i SS Wallace, lb 4SS * *> ?i i ..ff i o o ?n i n Kooaa, ? ,.111 I Si m, p toe 1 4 >> Madden, p... 11 I I I Valiant, [i. I I I .i 'i I Tot? If ...S4aS271SS]*Matcheti I OS S SS T?sela .29 II trill ?Rotted for m irte |? n nlr.ih Col ?? bta I S S S fi 2 1 1 S?t s I Pans ... e. . < | i '.4 Two i?.-. in;-- Boa ke, ' - Mir.- , -. titti Watt Bur -.. rtfii ?? i-- . t Murdocl - ? ? . Stolen ban? I -? ..ou H Shea i ' Maddei S; hv '.. , int, 1 Date illa?Og M .-a i. ofl Me It* ? CORMELL SCORES SHUT-OUT Opens Season at Ithaca by Easily Defeating Bucknell. ! Hi Telegraph to The Trllntne I Ithaca, N. v, April ll.--?Cornell opened the local baseball seeaon to-ds) by win? nlng ?m easy xnmc from Bucknell The store was I t" o The visitors were able to make only tun hit. off Regan The game was featured bj *io' heavy batting of the Cornelllans, Bcherlck at .1 Bills getting ihre.- i,its apiece, Donovgi three bass hit and Ludwig a two-beae hit 'I h<- But knell m> n fielded a bit atter than the [thacans, but the erron thi made proved costil 'i ne double play of Tophan t" Sox wai .' ? ?? ?? itu.f the game i which began falling In the fifth Inning promised lo put SB end to the .. ntest. i it both tea treed t 'I I ? ?..,>.?! .i|!o'.< * ' . iKM.I.I. HI ' K S Kl.t. ni. i )i pe ne . > ?? : ? Keen in, "b 19 9 I I i . ? ?? ?. I IS Wo I lo? si. M1 'i i " Billa, ?? ill. ?? lb 4SS 9 I 1 r 61 1 S SS Mille., if . 104 Baugher cf 3 S 1 t " ? -??..?. ? ?-? i .. ? ? o o If 111 .i Hoi . | .. n | l ; linrdon, If i ? 0 ?> t ft TopBani if. g 0 1 i vie. lb 4 1 ; IS .i ii HuffingtM.rf see 1 t |h 1. 'i ['.rennet. [? SSI 1 Reg ni i i i ' ? i .ngatadt. ?e I SI ! ouii t . ma - .i i ? , ?'(.rnell S S 0 S S 4 S 1 x \ 'i | ?i n n .i i. ?Irma ..." I : Mlghl r. Tabei .Sali n iffingtt i.i ? bit lamorsr. Twa i..i?? hit Ludwlg ??Off H' |SB .!'...., IVofTllO? I Hit ' ? ? !'., Ighl . ?? r. Regan, 10 h Brenner, i Double i i,, rophai Hita ' ?rr n- r ?? Ingi off i"- M In ?? in ? ..?? ..fr v i . 3 (t. ? inriiii-r? i ,n ,, . Ljuisville Fans Disappointed. ;.??' .. ?v iprtl 11 Ths beasball gaine scheduled foi this afternoon t.. tween the ?4 l*ouls Americans and the Louisville Ameritan \im.h latlon Lam? area called oll on amen?t af ruin. Motor Boat Demand Has Not Been Met by Auto Engines Specially Designed Base Nec? essary for Best Results? Kahlenberg Is Popular for Work Boats. 'i he ln< i eased dem i.-??', bj the ? . improv? n en) of th? fo r-cy? I? mo? or has recently csu ? ? mand loi ;i light, pOWd f'I' ami ? .i'i,,'.i. t ? ' ? <r thia t > pe aultahle for am? Thl? n; - kel ?mall automob ? ? li In sn .11 - i tn Ruppl) ti.- demand. These mo? tors, can ? ? ? ??. ?? ? ? . are entirel??' ; ' , ? o' InSt illation ai?? dlnTei ??: I 1 tn a counl of us ,1.. :. um 1 he a Itom. ?. SUM - I 1 Sbl -,'i ingle \i p l 1 ?.1 . ? ne ens Ine ??< t in? i \ pe abo . m tx om 1 1. u.1 on eon ti ?".. .in 1 e. onomic 1! it ?ho ild ha? a a ? eapeciallv adapted to alio? tue mo? tor tu set loa 11. th.'at The motor should have all movini parti encased snd protested from water, ami so s arengad that it will arrest ami 'llain bSCh into Itself ativ oi which ma) Bj from moving parti oi leak) plates. Simplicity ami se? ct -? billt; are eaeentlal. The oiling ays tem ahould .f the. best snd visible th< -!'?? i ma n'a seat Believing thai the production ol a thor i. mi ; Ine motor co ;.? only be arrived ai l>\ careful consideration of sll concerned, sn unusual method ?as . ? signing the Alpha motor. ifactured h' the I l.i.s.i -tie Kimme : I ...-ut ? "omp This motor la the product <>f a naval ect, ?? pra? tlcal boatman, an as perl aalaaman ami a gaa angina designei ents years' experience, all working logethei a? a committee. The Power iii.'' Engineering Company, middle Atlantlt coaual distributora of the Kahlenberg heavy duty marine oil en? I ne of tue aemt-Dlesel type, reports that much Intereal is being 'Mown in tin en . on tl ? ?i'?: of owners "f v\otk boats. Although well known In rivets of the Wesl snd sround the lake regions, the Kahlenberg Ih comparatively new in this ?et t Ion of t he country. 7TH REGIMENT VICTOR Nati-nal Guardsmen Hav^ Easy Time with Stevens Nine. The 'ih Regimt m baseball t< im of th? a mai' i :... . ?ed oei ? nteen play? 0 defeating the Bt< ren? i nsl Itute i so the Istter'o t;. i<i at Castle Point, Hobo en ? -i.?<? T ?? ? "i >? ? sa '?? to I Drake, ??or.-' n ?id Ben on each twirled e Inning* for tl e national guard men and ?howed good form. Loose :?-? i<l? n *r and a aingle allowed Bte?, ens to t thi e runa li the third Inning. i:. [off |iit' im ?! t he enl In nln? Innin [S -. und was hit for t? ifel ? 1 le ?ti II '< re;; nln? DS ttCI - R II K Fk ? rt< ?Imenl i n i n i ; | ? 1?? 10 S -...;.. . .... ? . . PUBLIC LINKS TO OPEN ON MAY 1 Improvements at Van Cortlandt Park and Pelham Bay Cause of Delay. ' ?o let s m i .1 freouenl t h? pu nt Van Cortlandt snd Pelham Baj park? will not be able to play there until May I tin- year, owing to the Improvement? being mad? on each ionise The auggestlon of the i;iiir<i-' commit? tee regarding the tenth hoi? ha? been a<: cepted, snd both the tee snd the Mrerm, will he moved further along toward the railroad This sill necessitate driving over th.- pond, anil also will avoid a con? flict with those playing the aocond hole A five-foot sail', nap will he iln? In front of the ?tone fence which now act? as ., hasard si th? ninth hole. vi of ihr' swamp land whl? h has been s bugbear to the golfers at ihe seventh tt p< ihsm win be HU? ii in. though wster hasard win be retained Is s properly made pond Furthermorei the brush Will be CUt ilown. THREE CUPS FOR M'MANUS Otlior Trophies Well Scattered at N. Y. A. C. Shoot. With th? 'v ?''? "' oi ?rthur M< Mantis, who won more than h la ?hare of ; 10 trophies, tin prlsM were well ri.stt buted ? ? t;, Tra em laland trapa of the .Vew rorh .Mhir tli ? ib resterdaj, Towsrd th ? en.i of the sfternoon yorng McManus fonnii his shooting eye si I captured three of the cops. H? might bava had nnotbei had it been poasthle for the sime <.|iT' t to lake hotli the ? ? gh hsi ? i s v.. II - sgi nsl th. rul? ii th< club Mr McMsnua had ts ??? - tlsAsd with the ;.? trophy. Th? monthly ?up went to r t. Bak? ?hoot-off sgainsl M< Manus. Both bad twsnty-four ' kills m the flrsi ? mc at th<- trapa Th? shoot-off ?a* tsken bj gt? "bird ' it ft Debai her had no trouble in taking th? dub tr..i? *.^ arftn a full re oi cla pigeona I leoi -?? .1 Corbetl aumexed the accumulation cop O M Thomson WM hlgfe gun In the shoot foe tie Travers Island trophj Ocean City Yacht Club Plans. board ??' d i ctoi s ,,( the < ?? ? sn fa? in ' luh or i tesas i it i. N J., h. '.i i man ' Ing '-is' 'i i.' ,1,,, .m,! ib? ?n tertalnmenl committee reported the In leninn ..< hold a shad dinner foi Ih? members the latte? part of Mil?; month The hon?.- committee reported that It hn'l ? location In view for the olttsbeuSS, | MYRTLE TO RACE AGAIN Vice-Commodore Gordon's Boat Is High Pov/ered and Speedy. \_' '. ran odors H H Gordon h i. Myrtle, usl being p : in commission foi the eomini season, proved herself one of the moet consisten! of ths long dis? tance racers last vsau-, winning 90 per cent oi h : racen Though ehe was built In 1912 for the Bermuda race, she vs..- not finished in time, and last year vt.. i the first year that she had an op? tunl ' ?? show her speed which pij . e AA clas of fast eruisera sii. expected to give s line a< count of herself this coming aeason. Commo? dore Gordon, who ia a member ol the ti i. itgton, Lit j da l li rbor and Savan? nah Yh iti and is w 11 knon n In m ?toi boat ? ii ? i. a, expei ta t.- enter t ha Myrtle In ill the ? ?lt mee ta of Ihe v.-at T e boat ed with a 50-horse power four-cylindei Bcrippa motor, giv? ing bei a sp.-e.I of M':- miles an ho n So- :.- is feet In length. FLOAT KISMET TU-M0RR0W High Speed Cruiser of Captain Gorman 41 Feet Over All. Captain Prank J. Gorman, of the Ocean City IN, .i.i Tachl Club, is going to launch his nsw high s| sed cruiser the Kismet to-morroa st the boat vard of C. ''!?.us.;-, at Ocean City, The Ktsmel la ii feet over all, with Moot '.earn, ami haa a (?-horsepower Bterllng engine, Sin .. hunting cabin with compromise ?'? ' o Tu? chain locket nnd a j r? - -_r ?. I ? inn gasolene tank ars forward. There a..- large berths on either side, w i, it locker room for storags under each berth Next aft is th'' engine room aim 'i'ii.' main saloon is (hushed in a a Inui ami " hite rnami : ["he i oi kpit ? f i : i i 11 its V Signal " SSI Ml.! !.. : !,?? .il.:-. .. of the boat v? exterior bright work I.? tin she.i in muhogarry. Tht hull la painted black above the waterlfiie to the ? ear, .no white above, wltb navy buff m II"- main deck ? iptaln Gorman intends lo enter hia ? ? ?.: ;:i! lung distance ta. ea thi* summer, flying the pennant of th.. ocean fii ?. Vacht i lu'. Motor Trucks in YosemiU; Park Boon after winning the ion?; fight for -??i"ii to Tos Smite National Park. motoi vehicles replaced the horae-drawn atagea ami 'buses in carrying pessengera ami freight "i and oui of thi vast ne? reeervi The Ban Francisco office ? ? White comparo recentl) sold Uve motor trucks to the foaamlte Transpon tat ion Company, and those machines hi ? been Btted with omnibus bodies to carry touriste from '?'?' Portal, Cal., to th.- heart of roaemito, a similar Bar? vice 's rendered t.. tourlats at Mount Rainiei National Park bj a fleet of aoven u, in. - ??'.???-mam THK MAHNKBN TROPHY, TO BE RAi ?ED FOR l HIS BRA80N. YACHTSMEN PLAN BUSY SEASON Colonial Club, on Hudsoi River. Has Long Schedule of Races for Decision. Pen motor boat ? lub? altuated along Um Hudson Rlvei are as well known or better iikni by the vsiioui notor boat owners than is the Colonial Yacht Club, ?|| .a teil at 140th at The ciuh |? rapecla Is noted for the number of bandsom? prise? thai are >\o nated by variou sr for t i? many raies that sre run by this eiub. Former Senator Hunt is a member. His perpetual trophy Is ra.-eil for eaeh year, ami the winning boat has It? name ami the owners name engravi.; I The Mahnken trophy, another of the impor? tant prizes offered Is raced for on the point B) -t 'hi. The ? 'olonfal Facht Club waa incor? porated in DOS and la one of the three st ?'nil.-- on th? river, it has ;l mem hip of approximate!) three hundred and iia- a fleet ol shout om- hundred good .-i ???! craft and apead boats One <>f the most consistent prise win I ners in the cruiser ''lass last year be I longed to the Colonist Yarht Club, The boat i.? OWnsd b) H. Bettl Slid Is known I as the V'lrgtnJs Following are the in- ea -? heduled at ;he Colonial Facht Club for the ? -.>? i? ng sea? son: June 11, triangle cou ? In front of the ouse; luly I, '. ? ? course in front of the i ubhouse: July > and J. Cornfield Lightship; July 5, entertainment rsce, course In from of the clubhouse; July It, Rockland Mght and return; Au? gust ? it..i j. Poughkeepsle snd return; AtiKiiM ;?;, "bang-and-go*back" race; Au? gust -'?'. Manhsttsn Island race. TIPS ON MOTOR BOATING Little Hints That May Show the Way Out of Trouble. The irregular dring Of I motor often i? ea ised by an accumulation of dirt or water in th? carburetor All that Is necessary to stop this is to rlraln the carburetor through th? pet cock In the bottom. Lack of powet arcompanied bj we:(;v m iffler explos! ?na Indicstea thai die m ,t ure ii too ? es k In ga solei When a motor is running In a regular manner bul la weak l le trouble gener? ally ia caused bj clogged, gummed, rusty or worn piston rings, Incorrectly timed oi "'.i al ?-. Inefficient lubrication, too much gasolene, weak batteries, dirty spark pluga or Igniters, poorly a<)itist...| colls, i arts o it of alignment or g clogged silencer. The sudden rsclng of an engine often Indicate? that the clutch Is om of en? gagement or is ?lipping In the case of the dutch alippiaig, It Is well to ?ash th? friction aurface of the hands thoroughly gasoh i ? tt all thru ; k... p th? ss mi fa? i s t res from oil. When a gaaoli ne pipe or feint I so started to .ak a temporary repair can be made b) covering the leak with a vttip of cloth coated on one side with ? ? lion map snd binding it ughiiv around the leasing ,ia:t. Answers to Questions by Motor Boat Enthusiasts Motoi Baal Kditgr ?<ii Will .'..ii |.lei>e favor me with an explanad.f the relative VRlue> ..f a two-cycle md a four-cycle engine? Which la considered the best. :,n,i ?-hi \i-ti ktti'ii' sdvlas if i can tigine ih? ? h ...? t of ? -'??- fool crrbin slum h In a or ictlcal ea I afora (aunt hing, sn?J now P ?' ? i .? two-cycle engine is much simpler i |< .ill- theiab; making it poaalble 10 build them for leu money a h. power, The turo-cyele typs Is apt lo limit tiouiii? through changes in mlxturs ami Ignition, ?ml Ihs "four" will have difficulties due to the valve mechanism Por smell power and com? paratively high ?p?e,| it li generally the ?ni to install the two-cycle the four* ? v, ie being p ? erred for loa speed ami plant) oi pom \\ S Know of no Bsethod bj which you ..i ? ligure the SXSCt draft t.f v..or bOS i.eft.ie launching Motoi Baal Edito ,-sr w .ni all ? weedless propeller ti t I want' Mv boat la .p. feel long, wilti it,mi beam at wsterline, V-hottem aloplng avv.iv aft w icte II is titailv tl it v ii . lutin conati in 'inn Kugln* win be a I?-horsepower ??tuv. Model s vi present have a f-horsepowor and can make from seven to nine miles an hour J s We would ion-rest a three blade wheel. I 18x^2 Inche? MOTOR BOATSIGNALS TO INSURE SAFETY Observance of "Rules of the Road" Is Essen tial to Safety. _ BLAST SYSTEM IS NOT COMPLICATED Commodore Aiarinkcrt Illustrates Its Use in Imaginary Trip Up the Hudson. ?BJ |<?-t?r < ?hiiikkI. re l.lusnl I V|3hnlr,M In these dsj? of po ?? . iron e.' amlnations and "safety fliet" ., tn,,roui;| knowledge of road rule? is abwltjtat) essentlsl; not on > for the ?afety of o ? passsogers, but to enable each notor boat owner i<> thoroughly enjoy the sport to th.> inmost. Hundred? of people who take trtpi ai l Osa tt ?? ..n the vartoui pilot? v hai ging i <? them the blaata are as fai beyond compr?hension ?s ? fon Igl ?e. hu to t' ? m m at th? wheel es? h blast has its own special me?. > to con To obtain a .le.-.r and i.? ?- mes of the rule? of the roa : - Imagu?) ? trip up the H idson, W? dip our moor Inga snd gel inder waj i mmnn down th ? river we ..hset % .? ar ; Ip. preaching head on it i? oui duty to pa?* on the port lor left) pide ol her, and ?? Signify our intention ..,.,? ?lion Maul of the whistle We should promptly receive s similar blast In return wsajg means :hat the captais uaderstssds ssj intention, and both vessels win p:i?g 0n the pin t Bids Of each other. It ma. i" that Mil ..iMs. !., fat t0 the starboard (right) side of the ?p proavchtng vessel, snd w- Intend to rein on that side, m which case we gtvg two short Maats of the whistle, an.] ?houin receive a like number In retara, where? upon the v?asela pass i, the ?tarboam of each other. ' We reach s long ??? ng channel, and owing to the height ? ink? aion? ahore, cannot se.- ?n approaching ntestt Having arrived within half ? mil? of tnu chsnnel It become? necexsary to ?ounM ?.n- long iiiast of the whiatie, whl vessel spproachlng ? ? ? . ta i recUon, If within bearing distan? ? shonH return; whereupon Uu atgnala f.>: t??* in?, as ahoye st ?? ?: - .. ! given I snswered. li", however, we heai no ..tv sweriiiK whistle we asa me that oaf course Is fleur ;in.i proceed accordingly. Hsvlng i :? i ed I i . ? ng another Being th? fasts t, oui t.at'.?al deaire la to | ?? bul t" do so the rules of muat a obi irved it la our Intention to pas? to the ?larboard i right) side. Giving on? t Mast of th? w hiatle, w? 9 ait (?> a similar Mast In return. 1 Bas ok It, W? know th? eoSSt - to ?o pr< ? 1 v.. wish t.. paaa to I Heft ' -? hi " e give notl? ?? bj two - ?w bleats < the s lit s IM signal In return, if we do not 1 signal it is our .1 ity to 1 ?-main for the master of tie lesdsas might deem ?1 is for ua ;.i psse. In which Instance he arenal n itlfj us b) a? ndlng forth fa 11 s!m't blasts of the w hastia, ft then becomes Incumbent upon us te hold astem until sll danger is ast, wb 1 the leading raasel ?houM gt?ra us the r>'? ular atgnala foi 1 ? - ? isage up t he i 1 .1 nailing ? ? as? ; in tlii? Inatanet .. ? .. right of way, our course II necessary, reducing eat speed 01 stopping or II w we must s<.\>- Ihn ? ? blstie, which Is I that th. engine la Koinz full 1 oncl idlng, l might sdd just s fe* brief notes 1 - ort blast la from iws to four seconds' iluiat Ott! B lOI g I from Ms to sight ssconda Nsvsr saw cross s?mala, whleh means ?nswertng sag Mast With tWO, or vi'- versa. the? ?! vi.. not und? rstand a signal given do set ? ?? to give the danger sign?t. AH signals should be given sithln half a mil? 0f the other rossel and mum t* ens? en d wll h th? asme >:snai. ?*^? MOTOR BOATS ^ENGINES^ end MOTOR BOAT ACCESSORIES SPRAY HOODS We make sprav hoods of lUndard weight khaki, cut and BlgatC to '?'? your boat. Frames .>? brass tubing, all fixtures ot polished hrass. com? plete, read) to att.uii. Life Preserver Cushions Out Mattresses gnd Cushions wll pass inspection as life preservers ?>; Pleasure boats. Send l"r cataloga* showing complete line <>t goodi manufgctnred hy us. Fr<? <??i raques! Special attention paid to Mooring Buoys, which are made in order. PNEUMATIC MFC CO.. 284 9th Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Gasoline 20c a Gi 100 GASOLINE COUPON BOOKS. $19.00. 223 W. 80th St. Near Broadway Phone llvi 8 :??.;;. In Power Boat Engineering Co.t'nc aii.uii? vu*nn<- Com? Dtanriaaaer? ' I ' lea?? ? o Ma? if?el?r?r *t itie in ? ?lient stmpllfllMj ?nglR?, Itir s.nile fc'"*1^ i icbtin? i." 'd? .""i tiio Saaaslaei ta % Bngln? 13? lllll 1(1 V HTHKI-T. Hie Ne?-\ork MSSSSJ will l?rlnl ??? ? rllrle mi mol or i.oki iiik ?fvl tSMOgi on the SSSfSS li?hln nhrn uMiler ??fa? ?? ntgln. fo? ?l?n?U mu? romo?*?? l,r?rlu?