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8 THE Sp N MONPATZlPllL 13lSdit d
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oorFrrm UVUTLT rnnFAJtiao 70B
Tha Pnhlle one at Vats Cortlandi Park
Change Needed tor the A o niodatloa
of the riarcraHltchetl IVIaner of th
c la he Mnlch IMam M Wswhlmctots
Now tlmt sunshine promise to rule the sa
n t the confusion of the snow and sleet that
hu to long dominated the spring all the greens
J keepera are busy preparing the link for the
coming season The backward weather ha de
P lured the work on all the couric but br May 1
nearlr all the greens will be ready for the 1
i players Those i > lid use the link at VAn CarL
landt Inrk aro hopeful that the Park Commit
j nloners will not let the preparatory Mason pass
without Improving the putting Iron at least
and appointing a caretaker even If I Is not
deemed advisable at thU time t put op the
Itrrntly needed house for locker In which the
lilnrers can leave their extra clothing while
making tho rounds The suggestions made In
Till SUN on last Mondny have the endorsement
I of the golfer In a note on the mater the
Nl > < itt nf the Mm < i of April 11 elates
j The Park Commissioners ihould certainly order the
ptibllo links at an Cortlandt Park prepared forth
41 I opening or the MM on 1 he puttlnf greens need to L
resoddcdln places but aside from this the llnktara
i In fairly good condition and could b put In order by
May 1 Tin publlo links could b made very popular
cared for and managed
If they r properly cAre manar
r This I the best time to do the work for lods
laid now will be In good condition br May It
Is essential that a greenskeeper should bo ap
appointed to attend to the course so that by
morlaic the cups the putting green will b In
Io shape throughout the year I should b
Ms duty too to sce that all golfers who visit
the links may hare n chance to make the rounds
In turn the plan adopted on the public Ink In
Scotland England and Ireland for t give the
publlo the true benefit the links should be a
free as the walk or drives In Central Park so
A the golfers say and they pInt out that the great
recommendation of the gamo Is that on a links
1 like at Van Cortlandt Park If due heed I paid
t to starting the pairs In their proper order aOO or
t more player might enjoy a ninehole round
each day in the season
f j I There a an enthusiastic and fashionable
j i gathering on the links of the Washington Golf
Club on Saturday t see the finals for the silver
cup In the matchplay competition which wa
I tarted on last Thursday In the semifinals on
Friday Buck who had Lan four of the best
l of the Washington men In the preliminary
rounds wan defeated by Wiley who had ben
fortunate enough to reach the gcmlflnnls with
out having to take his cub from the bag hav
ing drawn byes In two rounds and his adversaries
ries defaulting In I the others Except for a poor
1 t put on the li last ehr lluck would I have halved
the eighteenth cole and the round with Wiley
tint an It happeneil he mas retired Mitchell
1 I bat Parsons m the semifinals and on Saturday
j lie met Wiley to decide the ownership of the
cup After a wellcontested game Mitchell won
by four up and three to play Today to wind
i up the tournamentthere will b a medalplay
contest for a sliver putter and competitions In
driving and cutting
On his way poulnl Pittsburgh Country Club
I where he Is t Improve the links Will Tucker
visited Washington and played In tome Inter
esting foursomes In one Barker and May de
feated Tucker nnd Rlggs by five up and In a
second match Tucker anu Parsons beat Parker
I and May by four up doing the eighteen bole In
eightylive strokes
When the elghteenhole course at the St Lout
Country Club ts completed P S Honerman will
f o to Memphis where he will layout a ninehole
inks for the Country Club of that clt lie rays
tlmt the ninehole course he has laid out at
lluf Point Lake Champlalu Is one of the most
attractive In the country Jt Is bounded on two
Miles by the water of the lake and the turf
which Is thick and short Is crossed by outcrop
til TIL blue stone ledges norno thirty feet high
i which make very sporty hazards I Is expected
toopun I the link on July 4 with an aumtenr
i competition for a CUD under the auspices of the
v Mervllet Arsenal Golf Club for all member
of the United Slate Golf Association
Illld Pnrk Is I evidently training hard for the
chnmplonxhlpH nt Mulrflelit In June Ills re
1 r ti nt matches with Bnyers have ben reported In
Tn blN and on March H at IufTnees Scot
Innd ho lowered the record for the link to US
Thu score waa
Out 4 I I 4 4 9 4 4 888
111 1 48404 433
I Total 88
Tho best previous record was 6038 out and
j 31 In made by the amateur J E Laldlay ar
8 If AUK iO 18S9 Park Is to play In the open
5 f clianiplonalirpa at bhlmiecock Hills in July To
> win the double event In Great Britain and
1 America would be a wonderful stroke of for
J Hubert Hoco Kerr President of the Lakewood
Golf Club eats that advance entries for the
tournaments on Thursday Friday and Hatur
I L day for the LaurellnihePlnea cups have
beD received from nearly every club near New
r York Philadelphia and Boston There were
l ever fifty entries In the last Lakewood open
I tournament for the Gould Cup Jan 1 won by
i t the Kev W S Kalnsford but President Kerr
r state that this record will b broken In the
i t coming event Entries must be madelnwrlt
I mae
J InK to Jasper Lynch the Hecretary and close on
3 I the night before each competition
i i Thomas Beutlelovv has laid out a ninehole
J private course for C M Pratt at Ulen Cove
J PATERBON April 12Tbo Patenon Golf Cub
Is making preparations for what promises to b
t a successful season Plans are now completed
i J J for bulldlnE a new club house and work on It
will begin shortly
j I
YJL cniiita
f Tha Harreahotrs Launch Co TK Bolta >
Hmall Kaclas Yacht oa JJefVmderB lane
j BBISTOL April 12A small racing yacht tat
1 baa bon know a the babr Defender ever since
1 t her inception waa launched yesterday inornlna
at high water from the HerreshotTs sbop She
U a beauty and was admired by numbers of
people this morning A she lay at the wharf
Bhe was butlt during the winter and on Friday
1 afternoon waa move near the Wet door from
t wnlob trouble she waa slid Into the water without any
1 The boat I name Cook Robin and was built
for 0 8 Eaton of Boston who aUo
tr B Eatn Dostn al owns a good
ilied stem yacht and some smaller sailing
yachts at Buzzards Bay While It I Is I said that
she was bnllt from the plans of tbe Defender
but on a smaller see there seems t bo an Improvement
that craft In the
provement over tat craft particularly
sheer and forward lines Her stern piece I a
facslmlle of the Defenders and she Is trim
g looking in every respect
f She I a wooden bat her keel frames stem
U stern post deck beams and oarllnes being of
the best of oak without knot or mar She has
something of an Esslng frame section the tim
bers joined to the wooden keel and rising In
i1 line curves to tho woen
lo the wooden keel I attached with Tobin
bronze bolta a lea keel with ft small defined
bulge on each aide something after the plan of
the Icuilen bulb of u tlrkeel boat with a rake
t1 lit tho ufter eutt and nlltthtly cut away forward
It n rounded form The forward orer
k Divine u nkbli appearance and runs out Into
H small bow the turn of the stern coin Inn Junt
i ubuie thu water Unit In the same manner as
that of the Ii fender the shows little deadwood
wood im It Is I well cut away Her principal Ul
niensloiiB are JI feet I Inches over nil Ul feet
f 7 draught ualur line I feet U Inches beam and I feet
j rllht
ll him U I n finelooking bat and If her lines In
1 dlcutu anything uhe ought to give a good ac
r count of herBulf during this seasons racing In
Mu > mchuitettH water bhe U I rigged with a
ilu rat and will carry a mitlusall jib and
llI eplm > ttkir Ihe nhrouds arfl of steel wire set
up on vach elite of the rail with lurnuutkles
him I titled wih a bowsprit abut live feet tn
length ami the mat Is set welt art making
I roum for I kunlolld 1 Jib Bhe appeared to
throw but Itt Hater from her bans during
her tlrst > pln but slipped along through the
water without any confusion whatever
Intrrliake Yachtsmen Chass Tnelr Bale
KIIIK 1a April UThe InterLake Yacht
ing Association of lake Erie Ontario Huron
and Michigan held a meettni here yesterday
Commodoro Worthlngton of Cleveland presided
Iro > osltlons to use actual sail areas aj on Lake
Untarln were discussed but the motion was lost
A motion to classify by waterline measurement
was aUo lot but the time allowance was raised
from 40 to fiU per cent The Ontario delegates
reported that they would abandon their circuit
this year and taku partln the Lake Erie regatta
at 1utlnllny Cleveland and Erie Ine Indlca
lions are that the International regatta will go
to Cleveland this year
PORTLAND Me April IIves and Oarnler
played an exhibition Imo of fourttenlneh
balkllna billiards at City Hall hit Bight b
fore only 160 persona not enough t pay the
expenses of tle bal Ihe game was won by
Ires by a score of 4UOto HUH llest run by Ins
iSo Then a cufthloncarrom game a won
by Oarnler by 80 t 1 Iamo
raiTHiinrininui Va April 18K hl hundred
bomlnc pigeons from 1hllaanlphU and points north
w n turned loos here this morning Alter circling
ftt lewaforan boutth birvUflsiv norm ward
0 > r
Tha TfTen rthlr4a Bin Va4 for tha Chaa >
plonshln of tie FJcevnd Brla 1
Althouffh two more mach are to b deolded
In the competition for tie Indoor rlflo shooting
team championship of the Second Brigade the
members of Ours have practically captured
the fine trophy offered for tbe trsnt The feature
of Satnrnar nights shooting was the fine work
of the Fortynercnth Ileznnent men They
d teat the ttntn from tbs Fourteenth In gal
lant style lu the mean time tho members of the
Twentythird llcglment wero defeating their
rivals from the Thirteenth Bcglment on tho
llodford arenue armory ranites scoring their
IfHi successive victory In the competition 1 he
summary follows
SO 190
1 da Jd < Total
Capt Iforge W Coulston staff V H VI r > 7
lleutIlusiiellnoagstrr 17 80 07
Private A o nOalIAI O 111 in on
Private II A Iugrln Co II V pi IW
alt Frederick A Wells co D U II
Kergesnl It KlnlaCol 8H SV nl
Orand totals K iwi 85H
Q M Sergt Val Werner N C 8 18 Hil 6 I
berKeantOttnaros m > nnCoII VH UM r7
Reriteant Olo Plene Co ll 37 3tl AU
lrvalFl1VInCoDVI V5 A4
Lieut TU Austin stAft W HI nt
Private Oeorge ln Constable o F 27 80 67
Orand totals M 10 847
Private 0 W IxntCo D 84 84 68
Corporal 81 > IM mnn to A 81 113 4
Ij g g
Corporal VV tlatMue lo t 110 IIS HA
Hergt VV I Collins Co I Ui ill in
Private U A Kaldwln Cn II 83 3B HU
Q MStrgLJ UChrlstotTclJrCoD81 83 14
Grand toll IBl r 8UQ
Ordnnoe 8erlt 1 J Farrel NC8il 91 tl
lrlyaleJAInloC 1 t3
Cau John HI
JJJOD lr VI 10
frJuV 1 r a f g
lrlal O W lelar 0 US 11
Orand totals i i 051
The record of the matches t date follows
Won iMit Snoot
Twenty third Regiment 0 I 1
Thirteenth Heitluient 8 it 1
forty seventh Heiiltnent 1 4 1
Fourteenth Regiment 1 4 1
The Twntyixond Men at Work
The attraction at tbe Twentysecond Regi
ment rifle ranges on Saturday night was a
harri > hoofri match The conditions were
Open to all members of the Illfle Club seven
shot standing at 200 jards and seven prone
at BOO yards those making a score of sixtyfive
or better to receive prlres Only two men made
a qualifying score The best score follow
lio Id J < xt 1ds Total
1q c Jc TtaL
Private Bchwart Company C 111 c 84 OS I
Senreant Kohler Company O 80 115 65
Corporal Dorrence Company K H3 u i H4
Capt Llltlendahl Company C8J 81 03
Private Berwick Company II 81 81 02
1rlvata Sterling Company E81 81 OU
Private Mtevens Company C SO 88 ou
Capt Bnrnton Staff 2 g 81 na
Sergeant Znst N C 8 BJ 38 HI
Private McTlurnan Company AVI 1 el
On the Sevenths Hmnfrf
A number of sharpshooter contest were the
only events of Importance decided at the Sev
enth Regiment range on Saturday night The
conditions were seven shots standing and seven
prono Corral E vV Lancaster of Company
I mae the top score of sixtynine The aggregate
for three entries Cor
gregate prize was won by
poral A Stevens of Company F with a grand
prl wih land
total of 04 Serfrennl O JI Carnochan of
Company K was second with 102 Nummary
Sharpshooters Match Prize t best score on first
entry Corporal K W Lancaster Company 1
ring 85 pione 34 Total 69
AKgrexate siiarpuhooters Match Two prlz8 t
the highest total of three scores In the three sharp
shooters mitchrs held during tho year Corporal
A Stevens Company F 1204 Sergeant O M Carno
chan Company l 203
Qualified as Sharpshooter Sergeant S A David
son 6H
Qualified as Kiperts Ssrcralt J Dwlght N O B
71 Private O 1 Frasey Company n 811 Corral
J n Stewart Company I 03
The Newark Team Defeata the Pwtaeket
la si Tenlnnlnic Game
NEAl April 12AI the Shooting Par ground
to day the Newark team of the Atlantic League again
defeated the Pan tucketa of the New England Lau
this time howeTT by the narrow margin of 10 to B
and nlr In Innluga The score t
n IB TOAK n ID r 011
Wright r t1 I I I I Whiting a f 1 1 1 1
Mills A 11 I I 40 Wuldronl fa 0 U t 0
DrlKOll 21 bl 1 00 1 J hmlth r f 8 I 0 I 0
Fields cf 11100 UYeaKerlstbl 1 14 0 0
f l tAg IL A It 8
Wlsbeckerlf3 1501 Couihlln BbO 12 i 8 0
J KothfM ib 2 81 1 0 Merrlmans s0 1340
Smith a s 0 1 1 I I HanniKanVbO 1870
Hughes p 0 0 0 2 0 blttaker ct 1 e 1 0
Uelgerc 1 0 I 0 o leClonpo 1 i I o
AIVthfssc 01801 IOIlepO o 0 1 0
Korwln p 01080
10 Totals 8 10 80 20 1 I
TotlIO 18 80 IU I
Newark 2 03000080 1 10
1awtucket J1O000301O 8
Earned runs Newark I Pawrucket 8 Twobase
hltKorwIn Threebase hits Wright J Ilothfuss
Yea Wild pitchesHughes i McCann 1 11
chelle 1 Urst base on ballslly Hughes I by Kor
wln 1 by SIcCann 3 by Rnchelle 1 Hit by pltohed
ballsBy Kochelle 8 by Hughes 1 by Korwln 1
Struck out i Hy Hughes wl by Korwln X t > r Ko
Y 8
chelle 4 sacrifice hits I Whiting Coughlln Rochelie
Wright Irlol > Fields I VVeUbccker u A Kolhfuss
left on baseshtmark 7 Pavttucket 8 Double
plays Hughes J Itothfuss Drtsctill and A nothfusi
waldroa ard Hannlgan Coughlln Hannlgan and
Yeager Umpires VVytkoff and Lemey Time 240
LMUE April 12 Louisville defeated Indian
apolis today 5toDermott pitched fine ball holding
the visitors down to rive safe hits Connor the visi
tors centre fielder carrtea off the honor accepting
seven chances several of uhlch were difficult The
attendance A 5200 Score I0 I
louliivllle 0 0 1 0 0 1 C 1 14
Indianapolis 00000100 01
Base hits Louisville 4 Indianapolis 1 Errors
Louisville I Indianapolis B llatterles McDermolt
and Walner tonrou and Wood
AT BocTiuiDa rAE moosxTH
Brooklyn Field Club 4 3400000 10
Unionsof Staten Island 0 18001000 I
IJaMball Oame Todar
New York vs lletropoUtan at Manhattan Field
lloston vs lard ut Boston
Philadelphia vs Athletics at Philadelphia
Peoria vs Cleveland at Peorla
Cambridge Harvard Freshmen vs Brooklyn nigh School at
Portsmouth vs Brooklyn at Portsmouth
Baltimore vs Syracuse at Baltimore
Haaebnll Notesj
tram plajed IM April first game 12 The yesterday Harvard defeating freshmnn tue
llontou to 0 Latin Hchool nine on Soldiers Field by 13
The Shamrocks are now ready to book games
with uniformed teams nf plajers aTeraglng 18
years 12 Dominick old Address street Thomas Houlahan captain
CiidcxiTi April 12 The Harry Wright Aisncla
tlon Ju t organlzi d by vetirsn Imll r players of the Ir
L t unit rarly iteToulleii v > lil attend Ihu memorial
game tomorrow approprlatuiy badged
Ths St George A C hat a few more Saturdays
oprn also May 30 and July 4 vhilh they would
line to till with out of town clubs offering sulta
ble guarantees Address U alter W btorer 07
Last Ulxteeuth street
The XaTler deaf mutes have 3Uy 30 two games
oiien for out oftown clubn oTirlutf suitable guar
autoes AUo Rtrtra other date lu June July
and August They have booktd tn play many of
t r r = J f
tho leaillng local I amateur and neml profeMilonal I
clubs of this vicinity and nearby ton AilJron
Thomas J Clrogan manager 2071 la < lon uvtnue
The Illsnora Iiaoeball Club of AUKUsllnlan Col
lege nf Mllanojj Pa has arranged the following
R mis April 18 Atlanta A A at Ylllanovai 2
Manhattan College at Vlllaiiovsi US DelanareCol
I il kire 11 I t > i rv i p
Cntral Iawru Isluol Colelal Trllln lalovuIIUuleull lehoI al lanoa II
men at Mllanovj i CJ Chenter Mllltar Academy
t Chester II June 10 Manhattan Colleifi at New
York The open dates arc April 20 May 0 in 27
110 June I and U Address I C Flun manager
Vlllauovu Delaware county Pa 1lsler
AMUKHKT April 12The following schedule hu
been unnouncfil by 3Ianuger Unlllux of the Amherst
Cnllcgo team I April 111 and 18 HprlngReld Con
olldatvd at Amhcmtt If2 csloanut Middle
toTii 28 ur at Nuw Havcni SV Ueslryan at
AmherstiJIay 2 Holy Cross ltl Amherst U UI
lam at Amherst U Trinity at HurtfJrdi I
Harvard at Cambridge 13 Union at Amhersti 13
and lo Dartiuoulh I < at Hanovrrj I io 20 Tufts at Am
herit 20 Cubau Hants I ul Amhersti 27 Harvard
at Amherst JO llllami at Wllllamstowni June
2 University uf ennoiu at Amhersti n Orange
A C at Orange 12und IH liarlmouth at Am
brrst 17 alr at Amhrrst 20 and k2 nual chum
I > ioushli > games Illlanu I > s Amhersl place uot
MuiMiEmur April 12 lon will stay at
New Haven tonmrrow ulglK and go lo Mlddlelowu
fur a game ou Tuesday On Weilue day the team
will I I play 1 at Springfield r and uu Mudncsday nlgbl
the men ivlll start for 1hlladelphU t opeu the
League season This Is I the exact ionilltlnu of the
team after three weeks training Hamilton Duf
fy and liaunon tho outneldrrearo In perfect shaiie
fucker Lone Collins I IaUg tho Innelders
aro down to playing form and expected to do goou
work blel Mcbols and Mams ar all rr b
bul Sullivan Dolau and YerrUk am complaining
of sore arms or the catchers Ityau and Clause f
are In fair shape IJorgen has a ale arm Harring
ton I nt but reuney is just uow sporting a lam
finger The boy Hill play at Dvrly tomorrow
A nport bat HlavlD oad Uaher Ilava
Ileca UaUheil
ItUuldtbat PaddrBlavIn anil Peter Maher
bAn been matched to llglit twenty rounda at
une of tlie Jonu Island clubs oa Wednesday
April S8
fli H i i1 Jt
1jrb I j
HarUssi Klrtr flak I Benin Rawtusi Im
Conitderftblf Increase RCtlvltr WA apparent
amonR Harem River oarvmen reslenlay Tho
the club house much
attendance at trns larger
than a week ARO though not by nny tnenni up
t what I will b when warmer weather sots
Several new bats were on view noticeably
the new pnper shell and RE of the llohemlani
The ever popular barge trips up the river were
net Rolug again by the Dauntless Itowlna Cub
Ono or two new crewi beuan wnrk and more
will start In this neck U It I evident that the
lonit delayeil rowlna reason Is under nay at
lastHut oeven short weeks aro left before tho
Harlem regatta on May 30 ami unusually
hard and conscientious work on the part lt any
candidates for bottom on that occasion vi 111 lie
necessary Tho lot Imtwrtnnt event of tho
Harlem regatta will bo tho junior clftht oared
shell raca The First llohcinhm Doat Club
has won this rare two ycnrs In suc < osim nnd
If It shout niraln bo tho winner this ycnr tho
hand onto and valuable Koch trophy will bccotna
Its absolute rnpcrt > So fur tho only other
rev In training for this oont Is I that of the
Nassau Hunt Club but It Is likely thero will b
elehUfrom the Dauntless Howliu Club tho
Union Doat Club and nthcr organizations
However tho only danKeroun opimsltlon the
liohemlans are likely to huvo will probably
come from tho Nassau rrcv which Is training
hard tinder the direction of Kills Want Tho
Hnhumlans have O 1 working all winter and
rowing evening
are now rnwlnl every
An Intcrmedlato four narcd gig crow has
boon made up by Capt Stern of the Lone Star
lloat Club I la composed as follows Haw
S Stern S A Ms era a H Woolf stroke I
W Gooilklnd Tho Junior four shell and
light eight double Cows were also out yes
terday A now dnublo dhcll has been esi > o
clnlly built for the Inter TCW
The crens of the Atalanta lioat Club will
begin work net Thursday evening His pro
Dosed to form a junior four glir senior four
gig and a senior four shell crow A four
oared gig crow out > esterday was made up as fol
lows How MrCoska 2 Stockholm a Scho
field stroke W Hied coxswain C Heed AU
the smaller boats wero out all day Among
the singles mas Samuel 1MlllDi who Is train
Day Inn for the junior single shell race on Memorial
Capt Eddie Anderson of the Dauntless Row
ing Club has I promising lot of Juniors In train
Ing and exoects to start a Junior fouroared gig
and a senior elghtnared shell on Wednesday
The candidates and their places as far ni de
termined are OH follows How Miller
Holman 1 Mitchell 4 Kafka 6 l wr
U E Hamerschlag 7 Knlpe stroke In
stone coxswain E Anderson unplaced De
voe McAlecr and Vandebuaret fie clght
oared barge of tbo club made the Irs trip of
the season uu to Seeleyf j esterday with the
following crew Dew E Nelson SEAnder
son 1 A HamorsUilaa 4 Holman 5 Kaf
ka 0 J Shea 7 I Mamlolc stroke E
HamersrhlaK coxswain Elklns
The Naval Reserve cutter which Is I kept at
tlie house of the Dauntless Bowing Club irns
out esterday as usual with a crew of whlto
clad amateur sailors Every man In each of
the four I vision of the Iccal battalion who
has any aspirations t pull an oar In the cut
ter raco of tbe Harlem regatta Is taking a turn
et the sweeps and thero Is practice rowing
every ev enlng as w ell as on Sundays A crew
will soon he selected to represent the battalion
In a match rae with tho cadets of the Itilted
States Naval Academy at Annnpolls on May
Capt Cansldy of the Union lioat Club has
made up the following crows for preliminary
work and subject I change Junior four
oared Ill How George Hlley 2 1 Kemp 3
Vanderwort strok T F Hcffrnan < ox
ewaln ale Intermediate fouroared t11
How S Dolan S John Kemp 1 J F Farluj
stroke Al Wolf coxswain Valles Tho can
didates for the Junior eightoared shell crew
as far as elect are Stroke T F Heffer
nan 7 J Kemn6 II HJertberg I Vander
votrt 4 J Webb 3 o G Hlley 2 G Doty
bow J Velth
Cassldy and Farrelly will also row In the
junior doubles The Junior fouroared aie crew
was out yesterday In n four oared barge and
one eightoared shull crew took a short spin
The cub house Is brine repainted and refitted
The Friendship Hoat Club will b r prc
sented In the llnrlem regatta by the following
crews Junior fouroared gig How Mulhearn
S TaUman 3 d Alison stroke Thompson
coxswain C Aubert Junior fouroared shell
How W Hurt tt J Bailey 3 George Ali
son stroke C Aubert Junior double shell
Bow J Bailey stroke C Anbert Several
members of the < lub were out yesterday in sin
gles and one of them Charles Howard began
casualty the season of with the day an upset which was tho only
Tho fair at the Wyanoke Boat Club which
ran all lat week and will wind up tonlcht Is I
I a > very successful affair and hal already shown
a profit of over a thousand dollars The votlnu
contest for the most popular club captain was
won by exCaptain William Cody of tho Non
> areU Rowing Club who easily distanced all
his competitors Last Thursday was IV t
Office night and tho New York Letter Car
riers band and a host of the department em
ployees were present On account of the fair
the Wyanokes did little rowing last week but
a junior double a junior foir oared gig and n
junior fouroarert thell were ntlott yesterday
and active training will begin this week
Capt McKeon of the Crescent Honing Club
will select a Junior fouroared cig i crew nnd
set It r work this week <
TeesMr B s lie Will Row for the Cham
ploashlf Again
PnTBBtnion April 12John Teemer eJ
champion oarsman was In town yesterday on
ills way t his home at McKecsport Teemer
who Is special Instructor of the Detroit Howlng
Club Association says that he will on or abut
the first of net month issue a challenge to roW
any man in the world tor from 51001 to tf00
aside and the championship the race to lie
rowed at Detroit He will deposit a forfeit of
rowe A soon as be returns to that city
Chsmcea la llarvarda Crew
BOSTON April 1Tbo Harvard crew was
change considerably In yesterdays practice
Hayes and Duflleld who have ben competing
for I were dropped and Marvin of the fresh
man crew nas put Into the Varsity bat asbon
and Moulton moved down to 5 nhepurd HU
rowed at U in place of bprague who la I tempo
rarily disabled by bprafu order vvu > IIM
follows Stroke Ooixlrlch 7 Hullaid0 bhop
ard I Moulton 4 tillllnian U 1erLlna 2 llol
lister bow Marvin
Itrooklrna Hoy Clmmplou 1Vln Ills Flnt
Game JkisulnNt ICuth
Brooklyns boy chess champion William E
Napier won the first gumo of his match with
Stephen U Hutu at tbo Hrookl n Chess Club on
Saturday nlgut 1 he opening was a 1etrofT De
fence with which Kuth repelled the ndvauces
of his opponent The joutliful expert who Is
only 1 > yearn old conduct d It In faultlesssijlo
and h < ul tils moro experienced adversary lu
lllllcultles inilde of tn only moves Ono > ery
Intricate situations arose In tho middle stages
which both player handled very cluvetly
Nitplur however outplayed Kuth In the ending
the latter mUaliig I draw Uu tho vv hole tho
amo was a lino ouiclrutm of diets plus on thu
par of both contestants 1 he scoro follows
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Au1 MeeiUaT of the City Chen Club
Tbe New York City Chess Club held IU annual
meeting on Saturday night 1rostdent Julius
Livingston called tbe mooting to order Tbe re
x > rU of tb Treasurer aol Secretary were <
celttd with much gratification The following
officers were electeu for tho yeuri
President Charles A Lawrence VicePresident
Emll Hoffman Hecordlng Suirotary Max 1 Ileyer t
nanclalBecretary Albert Wid men Treuurer lurry
White Mumbcrs of the Directory 1 J porle I larr
Ham U lluntlngton Ur U V Jenti I ItxIKer 11
icbneldsr and w t luumler
bbnedr ane
A resolution of thanks t the retiring PresI
dent and other ofllceru was unanimously adopted
Porannirsii April JThe whlit tu of the
West Point cadets Ode up of four members de
fraud tbe Amrlta Club team of this city lail ulght
jj a scon of JU tricks or lit points
i rrT r ZV i i JU k <
noff ma vANKBtta pnerAJtSD roil
in Kin oLrjavMO xmvMrnB
An ImprcilMd Trek on the Foldaai neelt
The lloj Allowed to 1V ar Recnlar Co
t nnd Hhort HplheBManBlBB Haiti
pica and InnpliR Wera PnteilMd Dally
The many trIumph of the American athlete
In the Olympic games at Athens last week Imve
attracted such widespread attention that thee
Is I the greatest curiosity t learn how th vic
tors overcame their training difficulties After
the eleven enterprising candidates for classic
honors sailed from Hobokenon March 21 their
most sanguine admirers on this side were only
hoping aealnst hope that the long voyage would
not altogether negative the effects of previous
training Tho two quartets representing Prince
ton University and tho lloston A A had bon
wound ut Into fine condition before going
aboard while tho three free lances from Io ton
had also l Umbered uu a bit
How they went to tho scratch and captured
nearly nil the honors In sight Is now a matter of
nthletlo history but the dlfllcultlea which con
fronted them throughout and the Ingenious
manner In which they adapted themselves to
tliulr novel surroundings on board ship furnish
an Interesting sequel to the main story John
Graham manager of the lloston A A who ac
companied tho lioston athletes on tho trip
availed himself of 1 brief stop at Gibraltar on
March lu to forward to Tun BUN the following
dAn concerning the work and experiences of
tie athlete up to that date
As the uldl drew out of the dock at Ho
boken on March 1 she carried away the small
band of American athletes who wore deter
mined to bring hOle I few laurel wreaths from
tho Olympic games at Athene If such a thing
were possible and tho teams had any kind of
luck Tho men vvcro from tho lloston Athletic
Association and Princeton University and
Judged by appearance they were a likely lot
as one oldtimer remarked a he looked them
over critically on deck The frt day out was
flue the air bracing and Invigorating and tho
boys wero so pleaded wlh the auspicious start
that they hal no time to worry over possible
seasickness After luncheon the I A A
men were all for exercise s arrangements
were mndo fur practice on the after main deck
A track measuring about twentyfour laps to
the mile wai laid out The Ienlat skipper IPt
Metro gave to Uu > leumn every possible facility
Among the muttt uluul concessions was per
mlpulon toucmunll bplKes In the deck which
proved a great boon Curtis Ilurku and Clark
pructlsid starting and Illako devoted himself
to skipping thu rope and running up and down
stll1 wlillo Hojt took to strengthening his
arms by lifting Himself from the deck to the
The second day was again favorable except
that tho sea gat a llttlo rough toward evening
I hey put In some good work Inlsllnl up m
quite a bet W the day was warm and they
woro just tlklr ordinary athletic costume None
of the lloston lon were kk and their appetites
ran clean ahead of the meal schedule
The third day Monday was rather rough
although warm and the lumpy sea rendered
the footing on deck somewhat precarious The
time waa spent xklpplnc the rope which was
found to bo a good substitute for running E
< goo ubttute
I Clark practiced high Jumping over a rope
and broad Jumping on canvas tarpaulins laid
one on the other maktnir a fairly good landing
place He also Bwung the sixteenpound ham
mer around his head 1 few times t strengthen
hlH WRIt anri nrinN 1 h t nnnApnirnrfi trwilt mttn
an Interest Rnc ill the tram r
Tuesday nas warmer than the previous
lay and the athletes took advantage of it
whllb the seu wun smooth Burke Clark
llluke and Curtis practised starts and then
Ilurke Hlake and Lurtlx ran around our Im
provised track through the alley n as s to the
lore part of tho ship and lack on the other side
making a circuit of about 00 yards Every one
was reeling nut of sight and they never
looked or felt butter
Wednesday was tine In the morning but
toward tho afternoon the wind rose and the sea
became too rough for nattsfactory track work
Hie men were anxious for practice however so
they got Into their coatumes and tried starting
skipping th rope and high Jumping Hlake
ran around the deck a few times and Curtis
Ilurke and lio > t practised starts and Connolly
Clark and Hoyt practised nigh Jumping finish
ing up with I Jul around th track
lnurday was ntormr and the boys had to
be content with walking up and down the deok
until they got ducked by u tomnur which broke
ovur tlu > rail lliu hung heavily on the men
and the enforced idleness worried them a lot
Friday was vnry warm with I smooth eea Tho
morning hour were pent In looking at tho
bliorea of St Michaels one of the Arores a
most btautlful Island The men had a nice nun
bath and ale practised lightly at their peclal
tlett Hoyt eltrUaeil bU arms on the
rigging In various uns and Jogged around
lurk took few btuus and then Jogged up
and down tho deck It is Imposslbln to Judge
accurately of the mens condition but they are
feollne btttor than ever and 1 dont tee why
they cant make a v err good showing at Athens
Of course It is I InipoBnlble t tel just what wlil
happen uithin ttie next few days but before
this reac he readers of Tilt SIN they will know
the result of tho training on shipboard such a
I has been
hatunlay was a stormy day the sea be
1ns very rough and the wind mowing thirty
miles an limit which made It verr uncom
fortable for all aboard All the boys are
looking foru ard to landing at Gibraltar whero
they propose to Umber up I in real earnest So
foAI Iumasor
far the Princeton team hnvo dona little work
their only practice being walking They may
how tp wel but it appears to me that more
running nould be an advantage t tie sprinters
hunda was very ftturrny and the men
turned more or less tteaslck We have a three
hour may ashore at Gibraltar wriloh will be oc
cupied In training on a foot near the old rock
The evening has turned out beautifully with a
tmooth Spa and splendid btarlit sky
lie Hnra Ileaennt Thing About Our ACb
letca The Opinion at Ilerlla
ATHENS April 18 There was a grand ban
quet In the palace today at which 200 guests
were prtttent Including the organizers of the
Olympic games and the contestants Many
toHts were responded to King George male a
spetch in French which elicited loud and pro
longed upplauiu
Let mo express the pleasure that all feel In
dicing > ou come here to take part In tho Olym
pian gaues Your reception hhows how tho
Greek people rejoiced to receive > ou I seize
this octailoii totmtend my warmest congratu
lation to do Me torn on jou will return to
youi honu B 1 will not Hay adieu to vou hut au
rev oil Keep I good souvenir of us and do not
foinet te enthusiastic welcome we have given
to sou
The i King then prnctedtd lo pay a special
compliment to Louis the Greek who won the
lonedliance raco from Marathon to Athens
1 lin ijui fii was IndlMiosid ami therefore t un
abl In In present at the banquet hit uhe sent
her good lulus to tin c ontflunts
111 1 htc > tlu raco today to Marathon anil back
to Athens tho total distant t being liftnix
mile nan won by IoiiMantlderi a Greek HIM
tlmo uai l Hours 22 minute and il ennui
Illin IN Ajrll I pnrtlngclriiaregreatly
dl > appolntci at the fluiulni umdeb the Ger
man 1 athletes who took part In tho Oljmplo
dimes at A thin I nut weik I waa expected
that they would dn murli betti r us they were
all pUked men The KUCI e of tho American
at hlcIo at hOI and abroad hai rontlrmed ana
spread the turmun opinion that they are the
foremost sporUmon of tho world
How the Ilelnjr Tel Will HUB oa Frank
lln Held
PiiiiAiiMriMA April 1 The Track Com
mittee of tho Inlverslty of Pennsylvania an
nounces tho following an being the tlnal classifi
cation of tin college relay tenini entered for the
games tu be held on lanullii Field Philadel
phia Saturday April I V
nO mile for the chainplonahlp of Amerlea n r
rani Vali iieiirueiown I rnimTlvanla AUo Lafay
ette and Masm Inueiu In tuutt > leebnology pro
Tliled thev rnrh H m tlielr group race
live mllo raie open lo rarr com I KOH Yal I and Penn
Other college groups In the onemile relay
races arc
Grouu I Cnrncll Columbia IlfajcUo and Uhlgh
uroup i AtnhprKt Union MaMaihuaetis Initliuie
Teclinolo > niul Uorusdr Iulyirclmlc Initliute
oroiip I I ItntKerM Bkvarthinort llaverford and
Univtr lty of Nuw York
uriiip 4Johni lliipklnt Columbian University
nOfk erl
Coll Kuof llierilynfNew vnrk and honlhum
ilroiin a stuto Collrge llucknrll Ulcklmon and
Frrklln and Marnhall I
llrtiupu iiettTiburiiColleee UettfrnPenniTlrsnla
Unlitrilly tit Johns Collexe and Unlnus Collfje
The lirgotUtlons far the contompltted amal l
matlon at Hie llrooklyn and Kino County Bt
leorge cricket clulx were brought to an abrupt
conciuilon on Saturday when the committed ap
pointed by tho two clubs agreed to differ The
llrooklyn were anilout to retain their name In
tome form In tho combined organliatlon and lug
geitcd thn llrooklyn c Joorge gayJ return for tmt
ibey were willing la luin over all their property
and thu use of their ground The Kings County
men however Inilited upon tnelr alrcaily dual title
of King County HI lenrgi and as neither I side
would give In the coufureuce came to an t > ud over
tbli trivia mutter
The ilrooklyni vtlh now mak application for ad
11lon to the New York CTIikit Auoclatlon and
I thaI are too late for ihU they will retain their
Ideullty thU > rar In the few tuatche thejr can ar
range and endeavor to regain Ihelr lint prettlge
la either the Metropolitan Uague ar New York A
tiKlatloa next seaion
notr Cotstfltantc Stnnd la VaflaKhe1 Tour
nanitiiti Up to Hate
The following are tho recortlsof tha unfinished
Jersey tournaments In New York llrooklyn and New
S Hf
l n II r r
1 1 tC
Jnoto 0 11 8 Hi in 18tIV
W6 1 I
I ln m 13ml
Ihlmal 8 l 4173 11 171VI
11 1130
Clnh 4 10M 111 V7 8KUR VII IH18 I
AInn ur 8011 11 101 I O 1711ll
I 12 t 107 88 2IS 230 V > V
arn I V 2 1110 UV 110 41 g t 111 11 1V IM7 Hg1 1
CII U g m 1 n g m mU 8
Jrercks 1 17 54 70 40 2l > nfl 218 174 tt17
r 9 g Jf m ll W 117
Ing feid1 8 IN lln 07 41 VlKIl 2114
letlly I I 1 48 KH 87 M1t > 203 1711417
tries 1 I Y en loa 07 4 061 um lUI O 7
Cub Imt 10 CI Wo Ri
s ll lc
I luralo I 7 121 11 I nrollD 1 I 83
AmrlcuI t 11 AIIlbolO 8 171
l 11Id f
r pfo iir1 m I Ieg I 3
lullrlnnIO 4 7H Rlllrlan II II
N Y 71
10 > 1 II UI
IPI > lenl I H 76H Knlekhkerl II 03K
llcl I U 70 Icluru I tl 001
no WClon 1 I IUI aIlnlnl1 8 770
1 IIUrn tll
IIo ln la 7IlrIIIII7 10 Hl0
omnlhI 0 urrI7 6
tfl f el jll m
7 tU I Ilald 11 7a2
uUn Il H i D I L 2 II M
AIrl 10 7 b Ilrooklyn II 710
r lr II 2 m
fn fl I I tt k rblr ggg
1110 I 4 IDI 7 I
H H1
LIU H I al T alli K to 6J
7 7 10
ll Ibl HI
1 I
Ibnnll 1 alk 711
i 1 riPir 3 I 1 7
Knlckr No 13 I Htll K O I No 23 849
M rls na Ild 4 I Nil lrIINl1 3 8N4
Melrose 1 2 WM KlikLr 21 U 1 1
Ircifpct Nult I 711 Alinux U 7UI
E Mor No la 2 bll i Hjncrion a BH7
Kl 8 No 1U kitUlK Mor So a 0 I 784
DdireOlctt21 II K18il I nnmnft K 11 is HflO
t g n
CogaleftCo2J 4 N711 Merck S Co H 18 710
1aX C17 I 44 t > iahury I JI It 7JJ
Wltll T ftfol7 7 7 2 Powiruft VV 7 II 71
Hriirnll Col3 m > 2 IJizillU ACort IH 2
11 W ILftHD IJ 1 77lhhin llnCo5 21 A 4
Max 1 7xllpr J I g 70 74H Tarrant 4 Co 4 I 071
Nitlonalpkil I 80 Am Ex Nal1 8 003
111 Tral I 191 Illk of Am 7 7 774
1 Morrl 1 I 8H4 N > ulliernNat5 11 731
Bankfor8avl2 4 Bflli Continental 8 12 73U
I haseNatl II 4 856 VlircantlleN 4 1 ITH
HubTmU8il 4a 821 FliiiNutlnnaU 11 7S3
CltliensHavlo 4H 4n 71 l VV i merit Nat 3 13 78tf
llankofltep 8 n 877 MwhiinlcVN2 13 tttl
Union Squareu H 77HIIutnllton J IB 701
Melrosa IH 2 Mil Aurora 10 10 tU
lrosp t 17 8 im cio er e 11 131
1IIke16 Via A N4 Co 1 1 t71
Oill l Vive14 ll tiHH llrrgin l Hill 7 Hit
The Mar U 7 UNO Hnthush a 14 803
MIIuot 7 BIT 110 I vctum 5 13 8W
halamauder13 7 HI I Mi miry 5 13 87
Nassau 11 I 871 Kt gent 4 111 817
hpecilanay12 M 7IM Kfiitlng 4 III 8U1
Manhattan 11 u Mli Union 2 tg
Auonli 11 I b
Lloln OrvelS 2 I O Irht 7 R I
ArloglolIS I II lvhlr1 I 1
H UIllcke 1 1 UQ
Apll 1 4 1llarllrl1 10 71
UlkDown1 1 har 1 IU 71
IJI 10
uhllek1 I I
lao 7 IncUe
< II 71
Ipl r I H h711II 1 71
Wolloe 1 I 817 Gllllnl1 711
ArlognNo21 1 I RP2
So I 8 I
Arlnlo 117nlh Iaw
MonarehN I I H H o
loOln < I M Iaclon H 15
Igcnl 02 7 r I l Unln 1 I 0
RelDecke IS 8 UIIVIaInt 7 61
t n I t I m
Calno u I I 7 171 Illeke t 11 bil
rrlhh 1 2 12 I Leum 7 7 8
Auror 10 2 1 llrL 7 H H4
r l J UJII I ii l1 Sg
UnIYeal 7 7 11
Union 18 I H22
Sh01 < 12 3 I ul
onl > 0112 57 I I I sh
AS < son ATFH r rr INO n IMII or v i COMPI ETFO
Atalanta 20 10 Mnntflalr 14 14 N7S
ilimntleld III 11 lnil Mlrabeth 13 13 H7S
Tourist 1 U I i i n llellnt 11 17 hlj
Union Co 14 U 876 4 20 WU
Linden 80 S VWIfllo Whn 14 23 t47
Union 2B 7 POO Volunteer 1J Il 837
allmount 27 13 Ulfajctte 10 84 BM
Union Ill 17 H 3 Nnnjarell 7 27 Mf
IliKillIllv 13 17 lOUlohl che 5 Ul U 3
nowltnsc Oilmen TonlRht
Uarlcm Loaffin Trojan Franklin amt Phoenix
Interstate I affuo llrookljn vs New York at
IlowInK NotCB
TTi Thirteenth Kofflment t am will r oelre the
champlnnthlp troph > of the Hei ond Itrlgado League
at a dinner on U ediu > ila n kit it Thu ImlTMual
prize will also t > e preaentei
There Is every Initlcatlon lhat a biff rrovvil of bowl
Inkrnthu ails III Krret the New York and Urook
lyn cranks onlKht wheu they meet ut lnllnurs
alleys central nvi nuc nntl Hare itrect Druoklyn to
butt IP fur theihuiiiploiiihlpof the Inter State league
The leader In tht tw otnen team tonrnami n now
In pro riKK at the allej of tU Neuark Hay Uoat
Club at Haygnm aru ai follows 1lillip Hworth
and Ednanl Dennett 15 nnt II lost T A Knuwltn
fttiil J V inrretHon 13 won and 5 tot Janus 51 ur
t > h > and lotni tsre H won I loit iho tournameut
Kill vn < on tiuit r rlda > nl tit
The Linden Orore Iowlirii Club nf llrooklyn role
liratcil liiflfthuuuhersio on Matunlay night atWer
nnr Balle TheattcndaiKt VHH laittH nita thu ulTilr
prorel to ben nircess A mcrr > tnrong of tho fair
irli nda of the club tried for Innumerable hnmUnma
prlzen Mri Hill 8iorert It 0 pin hlch sicunsl tlrnt
prize Amonfrtheothorrrlzo lnnernwere tie Ml es
ipplg otto Koch Ttijim Fkh Ma < hlfr ond Mi
ilMmetf Janntn Llttlo stevona 1 tpinir Vleniun
Nolle Thyne Kocnbtroubfl Sohnabel and Lieli
Tbe Pequodt of Oreenpolnt and the Central branch
team of the Y M C A of Itrookl > n were theconleab
anu In a mutch itame of liaskctball at the latter
tumnaMunionbaUminy nleht Iliu Central through
poor kioal throwlns In the first half lost man asooil
chaiicii for the Imtket OnhiRto fouN h > l4wrerce
auilLamernn the VoquoilA Rot two goals Cameron
redfomiMl hlmaelf a few moments later by throwing m
Koal from the renlre of tho field which It ft tho wore
Utol In favor of the rcrim Unt thocloo of thehiir
In thu hw imi Irnlf tho CcnlruU ma l < IhntfnuK
whtdi iratotwo more goal to the dre MMhit liuU
Tomnl tM i IOHO uf Ihe half fnrrNn amtimiifioa
mnili uoilft from im Held Tint Dual oiiiru u
IVquodn 4 Central 3 rhollni upfuilonn
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Out of Iowa orders promptly fll44
Tho Kxptrtu Fissure la Itaar Hclentlflo
Alatcbeti at the Xo al Conrta
Devotees of handball at lirooklyn New York
nnd Jersey rity spent a lively olub day at
their favorite pastime The regulars were on
lianJ in force and visitors were treated to keen
and scientific play The scores
W L Jones and J Murphy Zl 81 1B 1
J Cullumand h llatton 18 17 2100
P filednmn SI 81 4
1 futhbert and P McCabe B 7 18
V I Tones and J Tangier 18 Zl 14 81 3189
F Hulllvan and Heany 81 7 11 6 W 04
r Sullivan and P McCabe 81 17 St St
1 > Medman and J Ctlthbert 11 III lu31
I Steilman and P bulllvon 21 14 8164
VV sulllvnn and D lluckley 7 ill IV 47
31 Lennonand W IJones II 21 81 68
M Cullumand A Olllen IS I ItiSD
John Cngglns 21 2148
A llllleu IV 1180
1 Case and P Smith 21 18 8180
J Dunne ft and J Cogglns IH 111 1104
J Clark and M Uourke 31 14 81SA
J Murihy and P Mcurath 18 21 1764
W Howard and II Kelly 81 Itj 31S4
I Howard and E Hoffman 10 21 17 64
P Tully and K 1 eonard 21 18 2137
P Donahue and P Healy IH 21 1431
J Htzpatrlckand W Dulaney 80 21 21 31 MS
C OLear and T Lynam 21 10 14 1704
M M Itorty and J Falvey 21 ID 21Ag
T uConuell and J Durkln lu 21 16 Do
P Kelly and J Kyan 21 ID 21 61
K Kay and W llrady lit 21 1SS9
P Donahue 31 21 3163
K Leonard 16 1U 1148
W llrown and E Hoffman 21 16 213H
J oiynn lu 21 1363
A Fmer 21 Kl 81wia
E Hoffman 13 ID 174H
j Shorten and P Walsh 21 31 1ft 10711
M Hlley and P Lenuon IS IU 21 21 76
W Kely 20 81 8168
T I rr > 21 13 20U
F Hi nnessy and W Davy 21 21 1700
J > orlaii and W Conrny IH J1 21fiu
T Haherty and I Kord 21 21 81i > 3
SI tganandP Scott IU IH 1038
1 Duffulyand P II ONell 21 It 113S
J Malono and J L Nulllvun 3 21 lu43
T Wnldron tind I Kgau 21 21 1333
T Dunn and J fracj IH 14 21 33
J U men ami F llennessy 11 21 21 nl
J MiCormaikandT Wutirs 21 17 14 33
1 MoTumney and C Corrlgan JI 14 21 6
J CoyueumlJ Pull 2l 21 Ib 57
II Miilllfan nnd W ronroy 21 21 H3i
J K Murray un I C Mulligan IV 18 21AJ

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