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refond Field Athletics ? Golf S Billiards s Polo s Boxing S Other Sports
ANS OFF TO
A FLYING START
Ten Thousand Fans See the
Baseball Lid Lifted
in Newark.
THE MAYOR PITCHES -
OUT THE FIRST BALL
Ute-national League Champions
Bunch Hits in the Seventh
and ElgMI. Innings.
:
. , . arge homo
? a m piona of
San the *ca
r Rochester at
aserk: of 4 te *
y,or .' '*?*? th" flr8t
? arrf t gal ? fsns looked
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re f-a-r-e ? le o pitch?
> (" i??V,, ? i -.nings between
\^m WtlHaiasfcnrg
.?itfc.'ar.d "Long < H ithss, ths vet?
';' -*bs ? ? i the tlnrt te give
g?? atea 7 'n 1)lin Tor
Shth lnn?
A, ' j-???- ? tn, i"o. for
' , t* . ' tne ninth
i_ ?u t ?- Only
by Billy Zim
tumiTl ? ir.nlng with a man
? Isa* :- " le* *nt- Pcrha?)S
nrt? th? <i
Msark outhlt 17 al r, r.;t U ?sas
y?'uEui the >??? ' it 1 r tndtaas ?Hi
jjjcor.:?.' - B hulls, the P.ocn
I . made th? Irst hit of
Uil-*?ori. t' nding a grounder off En?
??.--11 I ? t f?t S r-af?
1 y Zimmer
BUj dre-: "> I*-?*1
^ |g| v was cut oft
... a ntara I I ' *n attempted
?Sri :n -*? : ' v :F'''">rB had
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KfuarV. ' ?nth.
By, falling down
iftar ? 7 '? arid the
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i the last
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Tc this the 1 I ttre more in
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?rr?d h then Knzmann
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-?f-kir?;' - .'. aal bunt filled
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Borer Who Is to Meet Jack
Johnson Bnck from Tour.
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WHY SOME MEN OCCASIONALLY PREFER THE CLUB
N. Y. A.C. MAY HOLD
GOLF MATCH EARLY
Club Tournament Probably
Will Be Held in June.
Instead of Fall.
in all probability *ne ne,x. Rr,;, r|.a,n. ,
New York Athletic Club
* hei'l in j.;r:e instead of in the
been the ?.ase in the past.
reason 'or preferring an early date
la that liie cluh'fl golfers may better be
?i a te ri:a'n.e theU plan.- for futJie tour
ended that they
will have more tune to devote to tie
?anas in the early f. .miner than in the
The namenl arrangements
havs been left In the banda of the holt
batdiary to ths
' " r " - golf body con
of James i?. flail Bison, chairasen;
beer, J unes D. l'ont, f
iam h'. Murphy and A. H. Pogson.
In all probabtltty the tournament ?i,?
B Off at Fox Hills, tiie mime as ::i
? I - I ?h in June
? : a conflict With ecme other
to iniamer.? || thil dlStl ' ? . be in?
evitable.
v- -ng those who plsy regularly over
? a nks of tiie Country Club of Lake
wood these day? are s;e\erai of the preen?
SOW 1 ra- using thore
The ?Lah?Bwood coarse, by th? ?a., has
? i well aii'l is n'.w rapMly getting
Into ? ? ? . "or to irnan it golf, In
? andlcap Aiden M
city, pla>ed lr. his b> ti
tOTta, S I Bing the first prize With a card
of 76?7 ? ?
' ? Laheweod win t?
more I of g.iif than e\- . for
tue r? gn BS ii;is b? -n ?e
nothlag except
. itralghi driv? aill mai.* M necea ai
lor the player to reach the gre?n with a
? r an* -i? approach.
Btlll a naiiou opanlns launs?
Uiate.lv in r th? BTOBO, and for the
abaetutaly ntia,gi,t
drub 11 will be pOSSthl? 10 K'-t home
with a fownersHtjiIj simple r^n-np shol
'i ne putting greens ara reported to be'
liest now. while through
, ? ? . wai ? heavy rollet i have
eliminating ; s bad lies for several
peat.
?a ord bai ad fi oas Jonn J
McDermott, fornasr national op? s golf
? Sect that t <? is en
a- to ?a. ether si not he will so
The Atlantic City
ompletelj retained ,hls
oi aiioti.e- trj il?
?aid yesterday u.at if h*\ could possibly
arra. | . weald creas the
Wat? .ri th>- ne?r future.
MeDersaeil ?t.? IS playing as WOl Bl
ever, I ? ? was at Atlantic
. tardS -spite a ptrong
H drives are leaf and straight,
? ? , rr,, ibieeeene Iraeh al the
aad
Brooklyn Prep. Bunches Hit?.
i: ... ? i- . p u* bad lb I I
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. - ' Brooklyn yee?
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Oreenberg CapturesWintonRun
?terra) Orseaberg, late ? I ths Olea?
? nib, a ?m aaaily ??roni b
?- | -. four tm'?
M a ?au.t.,n Athletic Club, In I? ?
!.. t nisht M? ?on >-s n'.re then
,.r?J>- in 21 minute? IS neci>n<1? M
/. r? n, ? and rtoeenth?l all
., i , luh followed In -...i i
N. Y. U. to Meet Stevens.
?>*. wrh Unlvei am ball
erltl meel lha it? ?
, ,,..,, .,- -.i in i i? id Th? '
.., ., i,?> . ?rai i?e
h the) rh'"*ed loi* Of ?peed.
KENNEDY DEFEATS KEARNS
"Soldier" No Match for Fighter
Trying to "Come Back."
Tom Kenn??!?. Intbttsd with aspirai
to "coma back*" suhatll I d tor "Bat?
tling" Levinsky ?.train?! "Soldler" Ef
at the Broanwiy Sporting Club last ni^'ht
and won handilv after ten hard re
Kennedy w-'?s in is en, tipping
the beam at yXi pounds, and OUtbOXed
his opponent han?! |j
Kearns, while b? fsi i'--" BtrongSr,
latked gg? le to his boxing hikI was un?
able to land effectively, (fis heavies!
.?? either n Issed complet? ly or
slipped around K?>iined.\ c n?t'k, doing
damafS. Tr>m, on the r,|ifr hand, work'd
a lfft hand lead te th" *aCS n-.'l h'??.'!
and landed t,,r> clean blows fer nne
KELLY~PULLS A TENDON
One of Penn's Quarter-Mileio
May Be Lost to Team.
Fh?atJelphia. April B.?Harold Kellf,
one of Pe? IIt ? v and
a member of the one-mile relav team that
will run against Harvard, 1'.
?'omen in the Big r laj can . ' on Satur?
day, prohahly will be lost to the Fled and
B ue team a." 'he result of a breakdown
while he aras training on Franklin Field
this aj'temouii.
Kelly was roundlni I I l'on
'..PI' ncott and .lot.- I.
rr.t mbers of the tfam. when 'he tendon in
his right leu. which he I m Bltghtly
? ?I during the Lndoi
? "'1 he limped o'f the t MSl
Baltimore, 7; Buffalo, 0.
v Halt.more:
Baltimore > X ? S ? 1 ? 3 a?' ?
Buffalo " M M l"l " 0?0 l 5
Batteries Danfortn and ?gan; Kuiien
.i. >i ! along.
Providence, 5; Toronto. 4.
At Providence:
Providence....i " I ? I I
'1 oron\o.1 ? 3 t t X ? 9 ??1
Hat'eries?Bartley and J. Onslow; K
and K.
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American Association Results.
( '1?\ elHiid l.r, llavill? <
Bl Paul, 13; Kanaava
m i?, aukae, I Mini a ?polls. ".
High Scores Again Rule
in Bowling Tournament
Howard Freese Takes Fifth
Place in Singles at
Atlantic City.
OPSANN ALSO FINDS
PLACE IN HONOR ROLL
Philadelphia Pair Captures Third
Position in Doubles, with a
Score of 1.232.
ph te The Ti
I April 21 -?:-?
a r.mong th? th?
gles and do ibli National Bowling
Aaaoclal - Up tournament
thla afternoon Several high s
but ne record^
Th? best i (ormance ot the . ea
the t>o of Howard ?Tresse, sacretary sf
' R ling, renn, it waa
Crees? hardi i ired
id? of fortune, for 11
his 301 f< ? ' indatlor ho tallied ! i in
:nth ?
i bed a it'n Cf.'. and '
ire In tue tenth frame
h rin stood en ?n apparent!)
hit.
. isnn. of Now Ho- heile.
?ho i* a regular competitor in tue Sew
Voiii toun >mente, totalled t?\ I
mo\?-: ,? "i pia< e, leaving tenth
- R. I?. B-.nltz, of l?!. rson
The liOnaly high fr-r
that r ' ? ?
el the rling i. !.. Ore*Binan,
of F ? ? Michael J
a aam? ?. and Tal? ?.-u I.
Curtis, of Tn
| 1 Rodgl i". Of Phils ? I ?* no
Ibaralte ? on tl ? na
.-m title in IMt, 1 - ?
Battertbwalt? bad to be centeot with
..,.. other totala were l ?
Kewea ?.' ,; Oardi 11
K. Kln-hnff. Ml W I.iproth SU, and F
M ' ?arpenter, ??'.
In the doubles Haney end Tr ? Bl
Philadelphia, wen! into third place wttl
' '- .'. a-.d It might h;.\e been so"d enough
for tha lead bul foi i lapas in the recoM
game.
.T?t,'?? and Hoffrrar ar other Phiiadel
red ? ghth position arlth
1 171 In the Sew Rochelle dOUbtl Qai
net- and Opsann had I/-76. Uppoth and
K irpsnter, 1,10.
i he best slngls Beere of the day ??a?
.
There a>o ??-a? i change In the
ir ?r of ti.e ell around fixture.
? ' I'iiiladelphla. FeM;ng fifth
With I.M7
a of ?? thi
f H. J. Wl : Eda ard M? -
hua, N n ThM Sew
England i ? before wa
Bsmenl In ths I
I and In the Ind
(Vhipple bed get and ' ;k
The ten high totals In tne all around
doul lei lies follow:
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1.100
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I ? ar I Bhei ? ??*-.?!. ' :_
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Skeeters Start Oat
Like Pennant Winners
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Taylor Performs Well in Box
and Home Nine Scores
Easy Victory Over
Montreal.
, ., . 'm orened th Intel I
LeagU* BSSBfttl at its home grounds rOS?
., ',.. adtb an eav. i sver Moo
Ut-al. The !-.">ie wa* S to 1.
,, ai th?*si ?? ?'? '???' " *'* ? r ' ?",n'1
,o eheer the Bkeeters al the beginning
.,.i, chass '?" i i ' ?? i ' ' ??'
,,,? ,. players pul up the sind ef ball
. ,,..,,1? them feel that at last J? "
, .. aras is have I.I " ,:"
-There eras ? parade and i I and eon?
., . ;,r?? V4.M L Bows d Hermann
,,, v ,.. Oovernoi i leider, II
,. . ths ?rs' hall th? |
|,fci ,n Bid HmS I'
convention, as bbbb w? ? I
n, tans, sotb gr? I ???"?' ? ?? wh9
?,. bond f"' 'he fra;
Tsyloi ??i?. 'willed fai 'h? dheeters,
wa. ,n seed form sod bid si sHsnl
,??..,. end Bl ths ball while Mettern
I ?awn lha gama to ' ? rtsli
.,,,.., < ,.,,! the boa Ib l
in- Ing
, ,,,,, ' m tn iti ? eeded him. bul
I Bit hard befor? he I ? Itl? I "-"n
|? IBs BrSt Inning ??"? I P il
to rtfiht, bol 'he "?n laterf? I
Delninger sad ha sslsasd Um sah H eh
rlth ? triple and UlS
In ths 1
. .. .:,. Hulswitt Blni
scnriii?,- BlM -
i? me ?tath i - boated eel ^^i
nl, to entra for the ctrculL Mat-;, lit
f,,r two baga Bad craaaad tha plat?
Bastei b slngb
?? lh. Mventta Taylor and Cooper hit
. i hoi em through Ke!ll? i ?rial
and .?
Montreal s lone ta;.:- ?a- mad? ? i i
ssvsnth Inning, when ?Vbltinaa bit '
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The ?cora fo lows:
ai., i ra pe a?
- , I, Mala IS1 I S S
ISO
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Mattern. |
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Total?.??i?:- ??l Totals
i o - n o 1?4
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MARSHALL GETS A DRAW
U. S. Chess Champion Had Ru?
binstein for Opponent.
i Cable te Tbc Trlbvaa
Paterahurs, Ap- Fho first
? of the international cbeas ma
The v?
r^rti a?anu-t Bernstein, Qunsberg
apainst Alechtne, Btsckburns airatnst Lea?
ker, MleiBSOWltS h against 'apahlanca
and Marshall ? I I ibiafltelB, Tar
s by*
' ill and n ibinateia dree theli
c kind in short order, while Capah.anca de
B Si u.n'
?low-i hei?tie Bernstel Quna erg osl I
Uecl ? I of 1
In th? a? ound. at hedul-d for t<>
morrow, the pairing ?ill he Capas
fiara . Lashei Mem .? a
\ x - Bis kburm . n- mat? Is
T ..rraS'-h \? J.ir era lid,
Rubins! ?-.
Auto Exports Growing,
ASBSrl i etnl continu.. 3 to make .
-?i.?- ? ? Bportatloo
Oflk ml fli;ui<:s lor Januar;. UmUi ating that
? f ? ? :? irted at a toi il vaJu
rhat than ?;??
great? p. saibllltl? for Am?
BS| .... ? . ? . .
a hi' h shew ' ii.it i? . i, ,i atore
than M ? ? aren "? sutomoHl? - dur?
in.- ? ? ? , .in
Biohtl? ? and parts ir..m the I nltsd 81
t I ??? " i -? ...,.ah?, -,
ratty
ROPE CLIMB RECORD
GOES BY BOARD
E. Lindenbaum Clips Six
Seconds Off Time Made
Twenty Years Ago.
KRAMER WINS TWO
MILE HANDICAP RUN
Team Laurels of Y. M. H. A. An
nual Championship Go to
92d St. Branch.
Ud-Aard Lir.denbaum. of the 9M Street
Toung Men's Hebrew Association, the
national champu.n, smashed tbji ??-foot
rope climb world's record, which ha?
stood for twenty years by nearly ?"? sec?
onds, at the annual athletic champ'oiship
meet of the young Men's Hebrew asse
cintlOO Of the Metropolitan LeegUO held
? ? a SMh Regimenl Armory laal ""phi.
II? tichled the bell In ? --* aeceada.
The old mark m? . .Bdfl frank
Piehert. of the ?Trace Club, was the only
other competitor able to ct|mb the full
distance
The two-mils handicap run was won h
Wintern J Kramer, of the Long isiavi
Athlete ?ciub. from seratch, i?i the sense?
I m n'lt-s If ' ."? ?ec ?
ft-- t? ' ? -.i-i al tie ond of the mile
and a bslf and won by nearly fifty yar?l?
in front ol '-. Ii Qtaaahopoltis,
tached. The victor's clubmate, C. Bchet?
fier was third.
The team !,i :re!s ??.ere annexed by the
Ninety Spread Street branch, by a score
of y, p nt? Brookl;. n ?as next, with '."O
point?, and Rockawav Beach third.
w:ln 11
One-ml> run ?f- 0 ? plenahtp)? Wee by
<\>r,'g* Uowlti ??'. i Street Branch; s Vsrt- .
I ? KB Btr-M? Bra - I pidnej Brenne
? i ? ? . The
tourth. TlaM 4 |
Half-mil-' salb I I -i' closed ?o I'd
otros? Breach) "? o? Ba i - iwarta
? - ,- ? ?? ? . ?econ-is.. st
I?) third Tin.?. 3
-. relay i,i e i-ham; lonai.lpi?
Won v.- Rockaw?: team (D N?wmea, L H*l
It? n ti. Perene aril .I. Skillmani. Brook ; n
.s. Brannaberg, ' vseinterg-?r. c AectM
? Paerlmee), ggcon?: KM s*ree> Bram-h iE
n.no\ B She] - Merl ? ???? ind a. Wela
third Im?
Ten mil? ip)??Won by wr'im ?
--. ?.erg i ?a i a . . i ?cratch); Nick
Gtanakopulo?, unattaebad .*o ?.?rd*?. aecond;
.-. Pcheff?r U -? latead A I (IM vard?",
\-b.
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H -? v ?
\ p | rr OO A ' ' *??"?? 'I
? ird Tim?. B I '
, ,?. -. . i . rlog*,! in
U nri by ? ? - ?? ?
?I - -. ! ;.-,fTman arv! I.
, . . i. -? Dalroaa ?.-.un. -?Ufa >?m
u ??? ??-? , . -. . ,. Bam t.e-. . un? Met:;?
^am:e!g i serai Mcend; KeliHiu with '
Z?lWln, M. Ilor'??. i-z. ,Ir < i? ?K? ?.Tl M-r:i
? ,. Th'r 1 Tim?. 4 O* -j :
Plftj yard amah (aehoolbeyi cl???d "> e2d
arre?- branch)?Wee by l\a-i rnlk?nateln
XV. Qraenapew, ??eond; I. laraelaon, third
Tim?. 0 07
Vlfty-? a-d A*.h fyounger ?ehoo.he s
....
B, lecond Time, o 0??i4..'i
>)?" mil? rua (champleeahlp)?Wea b;
'?' ? . ? V?| ?OB S Fr*irir<-h.
BSd ?treei branch, ??eoadi Leo jftrach
\ third . H V. r r?21 ?M??
brnr.-i fourth Tim?, - 321*8
-;. ehamrlo.'-???' I ?Ann I
';> Maco?*. Brooklyn; R Wiener,
p >a- lecond; J Btlllman, Rockewey, third;
H. Rol - ???-? Breach, fe irth
-. n .... ;
ard lea ?en a - ? ? ? ? ? Gold
.., Brooklyn M Bonoff Ro ?a
v W-Hnstell S?d Street Bran n. thi d Tim*.
on:.
in - Woe n
> Goldstein B ooklvn -' - Iro. I Street
Bran b, I B B---.no- . '?. ; .-'re*' Bf
IM Btr-est Brarrb. fourth
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COLUMBIA TO FACE YALE
Blue and White Nine Counting
on Victory ai New Haven.
Col ? BSShall team, which ap
? ???'-??' that has been -? i
on Mornlngafd? MciRht.s In \e-,rs, will
Jonrnej to New Haven ?to-day to mee?
Vale Billy Lash, the old Vale eoach. who
Is In - name of trie Blue and Whit*, team
this >ear, and Andy Coakley, look for B
l ? (
i. asta da i thai ths
te.im ?which defeated Fordhem on latnr
dSV '? Used against Vale with
0 aala '? ? - ?- the asms In fue box
instead of S ?
Th<- Columbia freshrnen p:a> their
home ?zatrie of tiie \ear un S?>.jth !
thi? afternoon when the] meet th? i?e
Witt Clinton High school nine
Water Polo for Chicago.
tame--- k Bullir?n chairman of ths
I'nion ?Jiainpionshlp
committee, announced yesterday that the
iter ; o:o championship hae
rard?ed to the ?Chicago Athlel ta
Boclatlon and win Be held early m May.
HOPPE AND YAMADA
WIZARDS WITH CUE
Play Brilliantly in 14.1
Balkline Billiard Tour?
nament.
FORMER MAKES NEW
HIGH RUN RECORD
Demarest and Slosson Vanquish
Schaefer and Cline in the
Afternoon .Matches.
Calvta Pemarest. of Ct?em*te\ and
?ieorge V. Slosson. of New Y mk. cam?
through as vit tors in the afternoon games
I Of the 111 balkline billiard tournament
for the championship of the world at the.
. Hotel Astor yesterday.
Demarest defeated Schaefer t y a score
of 4?") points to 3473, and HOBBOn van?
quished Harry P. ?line, of Philadelphia.
by a score of 4"?> points to HI
In spue of the closeness of the ??.ores
, the games were long drawn out and
tedious In character, with few- o>\ union?
for the gallery to enthuse, although In
COmplBns 'he high ran of the afternoon
when he gathcrc?! a Cluster Bf II points.
Dentares! gave a flash of bla real form
In his match with tchaofei DssSafSM
scored nany misses la the f; ?t half of
the match, with the result that blS ' ouih
ful opponent held a lead ef N pOttltS i
the twentj-second inning and looked I
llhsty winner.
Demarest ??temed to ?ealu? then tha*
he must adopt sterner meneares if he *i?
lo defeat the youngster, and In hi? nex'
turn at the table he BnMSSdSd to nur??
the hones earefully along the rail B" 1
at one end of the table
His playing in and out of halk ??? a
ueai to watch at thi - psrtOd, and he ap?
peared at last to have gaussd th? eaab
Ions and balls POrroctly. l-'rom that PSMM
he continued to overhaul his rl\al and
-1 him In ths ' ' .'1 inning
when he ran ???
Young Schaefer s , .e gtew as lead B
his hands after that, and In the nex'
tr<el\e Innings he gathered a total o*
only TIC points. True, Peinares!, ?hi hi
'earned his lesaon in man> hard-iought
tnurnaments, began a eyslematie cam
paien of safety p'av and BSVSI guv- '
?einiger player an opportune of regain
ing his i"?<t ground.
He completed hla s,:ng with an un
f.nish.-d nm of 4 In his forty-tilth inr ?tv
The game betwoaa sioeaon and CM as
was ev.ri more tedio:.?. After gaiUlnS a
comfnttabl?- lead in the first stage.-! <?'
the match. BtOSSOB'S placing tell OOWn
badly an?! ?'line uagan to cress *S 0i1
him, finall:- gatft'WS 'he itdd s ' '? ' Wl! ?
fifth Innlas? whsa he raa Si points ?>
delt.ate nursing Bf the Ivories
The soeros fotlon.
O?ora? I' -
?o i. ta o. et, s. t. s. a *
> i i, 11 j. 2. 2. i. as. a
II i, j .- jn -ji .i'ii 4"t alRia.
i-.rr..s- <? ugh rana 43 ?t uni ii
? ?. . i ?, is. i. ?, e. a
0 I S It, IS, Id I ! I I ' ' IS '?
?i m. 4, ;. a .: "i ", i ' il ? - i -'?
1 2. t"> " ?': " " " I ? ' ? ?"'?" ' ' '
age, *> 7 4.'t cigii nina S3 II ant ".'
?:. ?. ? .
iiivin Desiaraa? .la ". 7, - I
?
j,. . ; - . ? ? t I
,.,.,... Il, 4SI | ? . - ?.?
? ? ?4 high rana, H '? *.
J?i'ob ^.-ha". r '?.r i' bell??* i * ! 'rt n
e. | 7. .'. i'. 0. 17, S. 4*1 ?, B. 4. 4 n 1?
4-., a, '?,.'. i. i, i ? 1.1 i. e. i. ;
? i .us e ?r??'
7 r.-'i. high nin?. ?s *? '
Ra?? ? -rt ?3. cutler
in the evening games Hoppe Bad hojl
Vamada. th- Jopan see, were the t-rtgnt
particular Mar? of the t"-. ,
Hoppe, in defOStil ? 'na M?
n?at|e a new WOlid'S ? " -i rUB "'
t in his seventh lnnins< ;<"'1 lib
set up a r.ew record av?
Vanada defeated Q I Bfl altei
^ gt lelllns mateh, making a high rui ?
111 in his eighteenth inning- H" required
?went}-one tunings to compl strtns
t 90
Mornnigsiar could gather enl M|
?i. in Ina - ? 1
! af :?x? pa .'.'.-? a th?
ir.ning. but Temada, ptaylns s est ua
beatable billiards, passed sod van
by a score of IN points to
?
%- ;.. ?:.? .'i * I; tota ? -'n'?.
? ' A A I ?"? ??'' '"
rjra
S I :. 17. 0. Z. I ? I '
F.-fer? I Q. cut la
Kttji ramada i whit? ha I. ta < I
SI. 1*. 1. T. ?? I. I. 114. S I. ?
Total??WO r" ?? .?re-age?IB 1 ?1 Hr
, i ?. : ? sad ?> ?
n ?_.,-! .". | t g ; |, s Z. 41
Tot?' - ? -
| - ,',4 .'? !
rtef rea S:
Busy Season Planned for
the Columbia Yacht Club
I bl ?'lub.
at Riverside Driva and '?ith st., ai?;
?li?t thev are confident
?.?.?il eutshino anything ever be<i-? ??.
tempted.
The opening of ti.e ????on will bs I *
Stated on June f, with races ?n th? after?
noon, followed ?by a dinner, with ddneinf-,
? I I Hitng. This always has been a
i- ?: da; Irefea, Bod fit ?ss
promise of being one of th? fa ^most of
"? I con I The:.-, will be races
fa Manches, ?peed boats and ?
? >n .July 11 the club will . omply nah
the request of many of the power Mat
men and hold a Ions? distan. ? raes from
th? eiijbhous? to Stratford Shoal l.isht,
in Lang laland Sound, and return. The
snthuataem with which thi? announce?
ment has been received makes certain
that it will attra t ?plenty of er.tr.e
The race committee already is active in.
Ia>.rg plans for a series Bf As in
the past, the inzes to be offered will be
. irefally selected. Two silver caps, of
J./. BSCh, airead;.' hi?-e been, ionstod. The
COmmlttSe, following many demand?, will
t artieles .if persoasl USB, such as
gold fobs, ship's dock.--, BmoWng trays,
et:. In addition to mar.;. Bterling silver
? |
Poll miormation and entry blank? ma]
'?? had by Writing the Race ?'ommlttee,
Columbia Yacht ?lui?. Mth ?t. and Hud?
son nu?'.
?ni!..win?- is tli? power boat racine
programme of the < olumbta Va-it ?'lu*
for this seaaae
June ft?op?:n rm es for all -lasse?, over
- in 'mi t of the clubhouse: ?.'lass
Open beata, with ?speed of ir*, than
fourteen mil?*s .?n bout t?n-miie
-;???! I.oat?, t.oth displ?<e
meni and hydroplaned; thlrty-saiM r?.-*
. i iMbi ? ? i -Sssal*
i ?. open heats an I runsheuta,
?iih sp-e.i vr fourteen unies and lc?a
than tw?nt' si - ftfl T-milj
: a? ?
July 1 Btrni
open 10 all ?r user?- under ?'?> test ?>ver a'1
length. Start from cluhtM I IS and
arourd Stratford Sh-jal T.i.vi sad -etum
September 1? ?lb rOCee In tve .?
-??s. To be held ever the estaros
at the ?
?.i. t'Ji.4 r.-A ipe lea
'?. the ? lab ? ill he i.eiti t - ? lets M
o\er a course of si Si
Following at? ? | the StUf"
\esant Vacht Club for this ases
? leatBo?en, J. A M illei
dore, Y. H. Hog ominodore, J
r Kelson, M. D gi rotary, Q
a filgtsy* laonelol aeeretary, W. r.
? 'rre. irt-.is;.. sr, <*. S. ?0| irOf
' ' H I tappei Reel - : -,? >n, Di r* Bai
1er; fleet chaplain, DI i. P, Kiasslsns
< hari. v ,\ Marsta | th?
New Rochelle facht ? hab, m...le th- firs'
trip ta Lloyd's Harhor lam K
H? left Be a Bs: ?-? n
last
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MOTOR BOATS
^ENGINES?^
and MOTOR BOAT
ACCESSORIES
Power Boat Engineering Co.,int.
MitlUle Atlantic > uj.il DtttrUMttM
Jour a t . M milt I ' I ? i ,?
?ii?Ti ?impiirt-'t a sin? i ?? i t.
1 i?hiin? t..i.?i?. and the Small?) iwe~?ycla
Engtet
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