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and racing of thee boats blNh boat3The t I IThe IThe
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I Boat Bot Awociation Aocalion gave ga ve quite quie a boom bom to th thH tho thoport t tiiport
H port > ort and the measurement me3 lrement And d tibw tl tthaw tthawence alftv alftvnnce aw awIlce
nnce Ilce rules that were WEe drawn drw tip p by Henrys HenrysOielow HeryJ HeryJtlow Hejirylielow
Oielow tlow have ha VI proved prO so o satisfactorjrtht satisfactorjrthtthey 6t satItfactorrththey fltOlth t tthey
they have been adopted by foreign ror lgn HMOCM HMOCMions i antocia antociaions c
ions lionsMan ionsMany Many Man owner ownlr Imve hlTe been be u led lo Away wit witwhat wih wihwhat witiwhatthey
what whatthey they lhe thought to be record rord recordepeeth speeds epedi mad madby mde mdeby madk
k by their thtir yachts and and rpeed fpe Qf tweatyrflv Qrtwevyvif tweatyrflvmid leyfv leyfvr
r mid nd thirtynine thl1ynlle mile mlel an hourhavi h bourba Ur la bee beetalked bi beeitalkedof
talked talke talkedof of Sokrte So fur tle e h3venptubeen h enot been mad madby mde mdeby madiby
by any nnyboat boat Tlie Tle Adlixi AdI dlolhI8llfn haalbfen has hit show showto
to 0 be the fastest boat in thU thl country county an anher and andlr anlIicr
her lr speed ped U I a HMle over twenty mile ieJ a ahour nn nnhour nu nuhour
hour hourOne hourOne hourOne
One of the most interesting inleritlngrdi raeei of tin tinby t1 thyrarwilt
year yrarwilt he betwwn tlloVnat et Un ownec ownecby
by A wi D ProetorfSmith prtq ProetoiSmtth btwrn Smith andi and nda boatthat boal that owne 1 1to I ito
to be b built buit for C Cn H Tarigennn nng mlu by the JJlec JJlectrie Iec Ieclrc Ieotrio
trio lrc lAunch Company Tim rape ru is to II bi bifor b bnfor
for 300 0 OO a Iside side but the money yill I flI bo olpent olpentIn span spenIn spanIn
In purchasing a perpetual l > rptual challenge challnge cup cuiwhich cupwhich p pIlich
which Ilich wi yill iIl be In the hands han s of of the America AmericaJower Americn AmericnIower AmericatPower
Power Boat Bt Association Asclto until unll it has 1 beer beeiwon bn bnon beerorI
won on and is heldby hEldby some soine yacht yachtTho yachlThe yachtThe
The American Americl Power Boat BOt Associatioi Associatioihas socitlon socitlonha
has ha asked askl1 the different difernt club cub enrolled arIoled li lithe In Inlhe Inthe
the association a8owtlotL to subscribe subscrib for a trophy trophito tph
to be b offered otered for an intercotloiial inlenatonal race rc I Ihas I Li Lihas
has been n suggested suggCto that tUlt the tho race rc be b held h ld h hJune In InJune litJune
June or July JUI but the date and final fnahrrna arrange arrangements arrangement
ments menl have hnvenot not been ben mado yet y l There htN wll wlllie wIl wilbe
lie an association a8 odnlln regatta rgatta on Decoratloi IDocoratiorDay DecoratloiDay Deorton DeortonDay
Day for champIonship champioship pennants pennantsCommodore pnna pennabteCommodore t tCommoor
Commodore Commoor Clarke of the WhIte WhlA Bear BeaYacht BearYacht BeauYacht
Yacht Club who whotvas was vtelting ilting Ea East t recently recentlycays rlty rltyays recentlypays
pays that everything eerlhing possible is i to be b doni doniby dounIy Ole
by hisclub this year to win tho Seawauliaki Seawauliakicmllenge Seawuhalaclalenge SeawnhaiecaHenge
cmllenge clalenge cup now no held by the Royal StLawrence St StLawrence SlLwrenc
Lawrence Lwrenc Yacht Club Clul A syndicate of mem members memof niemhers
hers of the t1i club cub Is Ii to have four boats bO bull bullfor uult uultfor builtfor
for the trial tril races rcs which are to be sailed ied on 01White onWhite onWillie
White Gear Ber Lake Lke beginning begining June JUle 1 Two Twiother Twoolher Iwcother
other boat have 11e been Ltn ordered ordere and de deMgrere deKIgner desIgners
sIgners KIgner are invited Invie to send plans phUs of boatto boat boatlto
to the club HO I that the best bat may be b selected selectedThe 8lecle selectedThe
The boats boat that are lre to be built bult will wU be from frondesigns fromdesigs fronidesigns
designs desigs by Palmer P lmer of Chicago Gas Amund Amundten Uund Uunden
ten en of White Bear Lake Lke Clinton Clnton H Cram Cramand Crne Crneard Craneiic1
and Charles Llarles D Mower Fred Fe Lawloy Lwlev ha halecn has hastern hi
tern ter interested intrcste in the contest contt and may m turn turnout tur turnout
out Olt a bout and Johnson of White Wble Bear Br Lake Lakemay Lke Lkelay Lakemay
have The will bt bttailed betailed
lay may lae another cup races racl wi b
tailed le cn Lake Lk St StLouis Louis near nlr Montreal MontrealbeginningAug Monteal MontealbeginnlngAug MontrealLeginningAug
beginningAug < O 6yachting J JYachting I Ikachtng
Yachting kachtng will wi receive rPive quite a boom bom ot otGiavesend onGiavesend I IGlavend
Glavend Giavesend Bay this thi year yea There Ther will wi be bemeeting a amtelng ameeting <
of the Oraveeend Association Associatiorshortly Associationshortly
meeting mtelng Gravtend Bay By Aoiaton Aoiatonshorlly
shortly and at that meeting meetng the measure measurement meour meaturemoot ¬
moot melt rule rle recently recnty framed frame by l a committee committeeof cmmittee I
of the Atlantic Atantc Yacht Club will w1 be adopted adoptedThen adopt adoptedrhen I
rhen plans pln will wi be made mae for the season seasonThe soon soonfhe seasonthe
The Marine and Field Club will wi take a more moreactive moreactve moreactive
active actve Interest Intertt in the sport this tli year Sev Several Several 3everal ¬
eral meetings meetngs of the members have Iao been beenheld beel beenheld
held and it is i probable proballe that a new onedesign onedesignclass onedtlgn onedtlgnc1 onedeeignclass
class c1 will wil be b built buit Several Serl of the members membersare memberar
are ar talking lalkln of purchasing 18 and 21 footers footersThe fooi footeraThe
The Atlantic Yacht Club will make
Atantlo wi mae an another another another ¬
other effort elort to capture the Manhaaset Malu Bay BayChallenge BayChalenge BayChallenge
Challenge Chalenge Cup up for 30footers 3footers Hendon HendonChubbs HendonChubbs HendonChubba
Chubbs Bagheera Bgheer Bagheeraand and U 1 F J Luckenbaoks LuckenbaoksBobtail Luckenbckl LuckenbacksBobtail
Bobtail Bbtai will wl have some changes made mae which whichtail whichIt
It i is expeedwiimpre expected will 8me improve them The Bob Bobtail
t tail lai is t now at klerresh Herreshoffs lerrEhOIs lTs It I is bs probablethat probable probablethat probale probalethat
that two of the the Bar Harbor Iarbor 30footers 30fooler will willnnd wi wiltfind
find fnd tic fleet fleetThe new owners ownel and be enrolled enroled in i the Atlan Atlantic Atln Atlntc Atlantic ¬
tc fleetTho tet
The regulations rlgulaton for the cup King Edward Edwardhas Eward Ewardb Edwardhas
has b offered olere for A 1 race rac from Gibraltar Gbralta to toNice toXic toNice
Nice Xic have been issued l ue It is to be b called calledKing cale calledKing
King Edward F VIIs VI Mediterranean Medltlranean Cupand Cup Cupand Cupand
and the race rae ar wilt wi be b managed man fd by the Club ClubXautique ClubXautquE Clubautique
Xautique XautquE do Nice It is open to yachts yahl of ofj orny ofVny
j ny nationality nalonal nnd jig til of at least forty fortytone fortytOD fortytoes
Vny tone tOD The Th course COUIO will 11 be divided Into three threeparts Ihr threeparts
parts part Gibraltar to Palma Pahia Majorca Majorc Island IslandPalma Tilnd TilndPala TelandPatina
Palma Pala to MatsPillfH aI8pUE Marseilles a ie to Nice NiceTlie NiceThA NiceThe
The start will wi take place plaQ at at Gibraltar Glbralar on onMonday onlonday onMonday
Monday Feb 8 The prizes priz are ar as a follows followsFii iolow followsFist
Fii Filit Fist t prize a cup presented prntd by King Klnp Edward EdwardVII Ewar EdwardVII
VII I and zoo 2 francs added by the Club ClubXautiqtifl ClubXauUqlA ClubNautlqiie
Xautiqtifl XauUqlA de Nice Nlo second lecnd prize a Sevres Sevresvase SvrM SvrMofered F3vreeasc
vase asc offered ofered by the tht President PrPidrnt Pr7A of Franoe Franceand FranoeRnd FranOeand
and added SocieW Nau Nautkii9 Nautqu Naiitiqii
1350 1 5 francs franC by the Iht Sittc
tkii9 tqu tiqii de Marseille Mara i third prize PIZ 7SO 15 francs francsoffered trnnC francsoffered
offered Iere by the Club Xautlque NautQue do Nice N1ci fourth fourthpiize fourh fourhplize fourthp1
piize p1 IZO SCO S francs franC offered oterId by the Club Nau Nautique Naulique Nautique
tique de Nice Andrew Thomson Thomon will wi be bethe bethe bethe
the handicapper handicapperThe handicppr handicpprTh
The Th table of British Brlll winning yachts yachtshas yaoht yachtshas
has been bln Jxe published publshed in The Field It I showsthat shows showsthat
that 104 10 yacht yacht competed cmpled in the first flt claw clawregattas ca carecat4 classregattas
regattas recat4 and tho total value of the prizes prlzasexclusive prizesexclusive
exclusive of cups clplnd and trophies trophie was wa f41645 prz 4165 41615
TLe largest larF t winner was us tho Bout B owned ownedPeter
by Peter Donaldson Donn Idn and designed deslned owne by byatson I
Wal Watson on Tills boat lont started strte in 39 3 races racesShe ros rosSlp raceshil
hil She Slp won 18 and nne wan second Hnd 1 times tme The Thovalue 11e 11ealue Thevalue
value of the Donaf Roimfl winnings was 3727 727
The ThlthoonerCicly Th schooner Cicely owned owe by Cecil Cei Quentin Quentinnnd Quentn Quentnnnd Quentinand
nnd designed dCiRned by Fife In 25 starts won wonfirsts wonSflrats
6frSIl Sflrats firsts i seconds Hcnd and 1337 337S prt The e Bryn B 1
Iilde lildt lild a yawl Y wl owned by Sir J Tender TenderMarled end6r end6rstarted I
Marled ltEd 23 3 times lme won 8 firsts ft 7 i seconds 8CQnd Jenr Jenrf S and and3Io
13180 3Io 318 The new yawl vawl Valdora Valdor owned by byr
f Dr > > r D Kerr Ker and designed lllge by Fife JIf Ole started startedm trt
I m f 38 3 l races raC She won 9 I was Wi second cld J3 J3times 3 3tmeR 3times
times tmeR and the total Iot I value value of her winnings winningswas
was wa aR 83483 348 The Meteor Mptfor started Itr dln in 11 1 races raceson rc raceswon
won on 5 and was w8lecnd second twice twic These Tht races raceswere rc raceswere
were for
er cups cupsatsoii
rWallon Watson atsoii heads cup the tle list lit of winning wlnnnadelger designers
fourteen Foiirten yachts acht from rom hIs hi design deig won wonwith
11m Il92 me with 31 yachts is credited creditedwut1tl4l5
wih yacht ICltd ICltdIlh
with wut1tl4l5 Ilh inir5 11IrS Thirdonthe Third on the list lit is I Mylne Mylnewho Mylne Mylnewho
who ho is il considered cnider to be h the coming designer designeron dMlger dMlgeron
on the other side Flde He had comng no boat boat larger largerthan lrger
than a 32 r2 2 rater rllor and nearly all a his h renrcflen renrcflentativtH represena
i a tativtH ta I 1 nero Icro in il tie small AmnI classes cla l where wle repn repni the theprizes thepr theprizes
prizes pr nre nr nr not IOt so valuable With Wlth 2fl 2C 2 boat boatIroni bt bOatSToni
Ironi frol Toni his hil designs fiore tler was a8 won I640S
In the the2fot 52foot rating rtln ratlngolaMyneeMoyanat ratlngolaMyneeMoyanatwon otl class Mylnea Moy Moyana Moyanawon nal
won 01 fifteen fln firsts frRls and seven seconds nd out of ofthirtytwo ofthlrtylwo orthlrtytwo I
thirtytwo starts and the te total valuoof valuoor the thewinnings thf th thWIflnings
winnings lnnlngR WM a 1735 In the 38foot 36fot rating ratig
r daM > liA > t n 1I f fcaptured
iiA the Barabll liarabal another Mylo Mylno bat boat boatcaptured
captured capturld twenty prizes przes out out of twentysix twentysixtarts twon yl yllaris yalx yalxstarts I
tarts and the lie value vallo of this thlf yachts y tp win winninuH wlnI winnlns
I ninuH ninll nlns was Wa ISiO SW Mylne boats led in all the thetmallerckuwes themoler thesmaller
tmallerckuwes tmallerckuwesl smaller moler clas clasI clasThe claases claasesThe tU
The Phiadelphia Philadelphia Yacht Club It has changed changedti change1t4
I 1t4 ti burgee Tne new flag faR II Is a pennant p nnuntwth nnuntwtha wtt wtta
a rpd red l keystone in the lhecntre centre and a blue
bi bmler bmlerThe bQrder > nler nlerThe
The clubs that race on the south luth side slcleot of
Long iJHII Island are ar to form an association 8sclato A Arommitteo AImmito Aceinmlttee
rommitteo Immito composed of ViceCommodore ViceCommodre
Frank K Walth W111h cmp81i Keystone Yacht Yaht Club ClubCommodore Clubummodoro Clubnmniodoro
Commodore Miller Micr o of I Froflnort Fr J rl exiCommo exCmmo
don dlrf Charles Southard ulhardot tit the Hempstead
Bay Yacht Yac1 Club CitltaIldViIlJam and William ilam Titusof Titus Titueofkiemp Titueofkiempsliarl or Hemp fiempoload
oload are arl now IV considering Jnldtrn plans plan for a aonadesltin aoled08111 aCuedesign
onadesltin oled08111 class cae that will wi be D acceptable aptable to toall toal toall
all al the olubs A onedoslan onecolln catboot calbat class classhas cluehaslJen classha
has haslJen ha been recommended remmended The boats bat boatswIll will wl be beFive beIt 1
It 2 2S feet Ion 1 frelI feet 8 inchos InchO beam 15 inches inchesIrauglit InchE
Irauglit ru htand and 12 Inches leoL least lrbard Irmeboard
Five Fio of these boatH are ar tobe tcbbult built one for forffUh forMrh forearl1
ffUh Mrh club cub on tho south aulh side sldt and a series riel of ofInterchb
Interchb races rac will wi bn b sailed sailedColumbias sailedColumbias aied aiedColumhlQ
Columbias Hockey loekry Tram Win WinColumbia Wili Wiliollmllal WinsColumbias
Columbia ollmllal rirslty VIIJT hocknr h ck ckey tuaim tUI t ain defeated defeatedthut deenlld deenlldIhul deentedIhit
thut of the Cutler Cullr Alumr I by tli the Tarrow Tarrowfniiruin rarrowruriin rerowralirgIn
fniiruin ruriin of ono on soil 0 1 at It Ht tt Xlcholns 1lchohtl Kink KinkVMtiiliiy lllk lllkllduy hicki
VMtiiliiy llduy i I clii 3 nfl b 71 > ninaii ninaiiInirini TIiiOIIIitirjii
Inirini the til Ilorllon Ilorllonliurin flna half IRlf the th pack Jck ec eeIAwd nw d
buck ant forth until ultl Miller llel neon scor5d for or Cutler Cutlerftir LUcrHI CuUirtrr
ftir HI r cieht tllht nilnulio or cr piny pl y A moment monTerltL momentifcrwurd romellt romelltrrwlrt
L ifcrwurd McK IIJ rf ci nlmt hnt mt the puck fllk Into hit llm tI1 tim net neti netlurColllOli
i tor lurColllOli rrwlrt ColmnUi tltln tdnr tllng the score cor Within Wihin two twoirlniiieKof tlO tlOrllllleN tWoIrirliltes
irlniiieKof rllllleN Irirliltes or tiiuciiu tlt tiii CliU uf r iiiR II i Mjcond hcUlld h hslf lt f Altken AltkenKorwl Aiken Aikenof1 AlikencnMll
Korwl lu of1 II I I n nir t tl tb > i < nliitilmr II hiului point OIflt on a I DM D froiii froiiiIU rrCI rrCIlu froiriLu
I f f ± f fGe <
Ge G Gest rie leDixhnilghts INxen DDn Flfhti Pht ftsakitilnc Sis Draw Dw tn tnDal wth wthpl Witpsi
Dal pl Morgan1 Morcmn MOIaT Trd Ware Knoekert Kaote Out GotWhile OutWhls OutWhlle
While Whls other pugilists p clethEnaland In England are d dvotln dVOtIn
votln their lime 1me to challenging chalenrlnr each eoh othi othiOeorc othe othGeorge
George Oeor Dixon 1 Is doing a lot l t of flghtln flghtlnOlxon trhtnJ flghtlnfllxon
Dixon I latest late t encounter was a aa a fifteen ffteen row rowdraw rund runddraw renadraw
draw wlhnallorJanorWalM with D Dci l Morgan Morganof of Wales at the lv lvAthletic lor lorAthlttcCub IvAthletic <
Athletic AthlttcCub Club Swansea which Is l conduct conductjbjr conduced conducedBobby conducts1Iobb
jbjr Bobby 1Iobb Dobbs the colored c10i eolor d lightweight lightweightMinneapolis IIJhhvehrht lightweIghtMLnneapolle < f fMlnnePls
Minneapolis MlnnePls Dixon and nt Morgan met c on onec o oDeo
leo ec JO 2 o before a crowd that literally lterly packs packithe packsthe
the smll 8mo1 clubhouse The battle batte gav gavgood gavtoad ae u uood
good ood Idea to the BritIsh rtllh sports JOrl as a to ho howond how howwonderul howondnirlil
wond wonderul wondnirlil rfiil a lighter the thl featherwelgi exfentherweljiohamplon lfeotherel featherwelgiohumplon ht htohampion
ohumplon Is for or Ilhr hvtheface In therace of extreme odd odithe oddl oddthe
the clever negro made an In oven even thing thlnr of It ItMorgan ItMarIIP ItMorinp
Morgan MarIIP who Is considered ronsldere the bent bat Ugh Ughi laht lahtwelahl lightWeight
i weight In Wales WaIIR had the advantage advntre of ofleast i ileast It Itle
< least le tourten fourteen pounds poud In weight and seeim seeimto seeme seeineto
to be mbetter hibeter condition than Dixon Tlfight Tl The TheIlht Tbfight
fight Ilht was w it slaihlng I llaihln one from tho outse outseMorgan 0utSt 0utStMorlatle outselMorgan
Morgan Morlatle teemed n8 < to t have the better beter of tl tlmill the themlin thmill
mill mlin In the first frt few fe rounds gettIng Iettnl to Dlxon Dlxonribs Dbolls Dbollsrlb
ribs rlb frequently rreQuet1y Dixon Dxon did not seem to1 to1disconcerted to L Ldis
disconcerted dl dis oncred oncerted by bY thl this and m1peer p petjid cged d a Way avay f fc fcisli i iall r ral
isli all al h h he WM worth prth Timing hnlnl himself nlcel nlcelfor nicely nlcelfor
for telllnit tellnl shotsbnthe hot orthe face Dixon gradual graduallevelled Jradunly gradunlllevelled
levelled levlN up the position psiton and when half hnl tl tlJourney the thejoutne thjourney
Journey wan Wi w reached r ched there was as nothir nothirto notMnrto
to choose ehOI between betwoenthem them m Dlxon Dlxonsluarveloul marvelloi marvelloistaying marvelledstayng
staying 1 powers began aln to tell I el in i the last lalt tw twrpund two tworpuld twrpund
rpund rpuld and lie was we 8 the fresJber p7 of the Ihopalr Ihopalrathe pa paatthe pal palatitbo
atthe athe end ene of the fifteenth nfte nth round The Th dert derbIon dertIon dera deralon
Ion M I draw was wllfuv favorably rbly received rec lved Afti Aftithe fer fertbp ftn ftntbe
the tbp bout b ut Dlxon mL on signed articles rtchis for unothi unothieontcit imother imotherente anothseontest
eontcit ente t with Uh Cockney Cohen ot llondo llondowhom Ilondon Ilondonwhom tInndorwhom
whom he defeated ft I few we w weeks ks k ago The Theare Tiey Tieyare Theare
are to t meet 1lt at atOnnetI Glnnets Circus Circul Ne e castl castlon enltle enltleon castlton
on Jan an 16 Themill Thomll The mill Is for torhftlY for twenty rounds i III ii
120 20 pounds plnd for 1250 b 2tO o a side II do und n 1 purse of S400 S400Ted to 100 100Ted
Ted Tfd Ware the former English Englsb buntnl buntnlchampion bantaitchampIon
champion campion who was WIlI In this country bUIUm bUIUmcampion aboi aboifbur abut abutt ahotiIonr
fbur t ur yenrs Y Rrl nratgo ilgo o suffered surerd a reverse revert In Inhl his boiwith hon but butwith honwith
with Jim Hoolfbf tolof Billlngsirate flUnslati at lt tile Ue Wonder Wondeiland Wondel Wonderland
land lan London on Iev 70 0 Hook look nnd War Warmet Varmet
met In a I fifteen nftetJ round round contest l ontlt nnd Win WorwaA Winwas IIe
was 38 knocked kn k d out ot In the seventh Ivlnth roulid rOlhd Tri Trilight The TheIlht Thlight
light Ilht wn wal was un > n Intnrestluir Intlre8tnl one ont dud It looked lookeits lookedil
its il 115 if Ware Wrl nre would be b the winner Inner Jn n tliwventh tli Ihe Iheventh thseventh
seventh venth though t hOllh Ware Wlre became tired tlrl an anHoot an1 an1lOI anlloo
Hoot lOI swinglnr sllalnr MI hIs right rllbt sent snt AVnre Wlre dow dowfor downlor dowifor
for tie te i6unt I nt the 1 he latter lttfr arose IrOI only 611 to h hnut h hput
put lt to sleep KIIp th the uext inouient mOUfnt unouucntwItI vvltli lh u 1 cnislitn cnislitnleft eruebinlilt r
left 6n bl tnn tn point of the chin Viin Hooli looliwlR was WHSpronounced I i ipronounced
pronounced pronoulf1d favorite Ht fl to 4 4Owen 4Olten 4Owen
Owen Moron one of the most promlsln promlslnbantams flrGmiillnllbantam8 proinhlnjbantduis
bantams In England at present has Issur IssurH IlslIrdIt
It tjuillengf > to light anybody in the world wprlrtt worldott orb orb4t
rtt 114 pounds for from Z50 to tlOO oo a Ijtde IjtdeI sldiMornn sldi ddehornn
I Mornn hus posted a forfeit forteltlth with the Londo LondoSwrnuO IondoiSirriO ondonI
SwrnuO I Qrrlll > Lil Li Life ana IInClIIII1I nays that tlie > Oral one wh whcovert who whoCOVtn ihcovers
covert It t will grt t u match luutihle mutchlIm
lIm lIookj llook victor victory over Ted WOlff hM hMqlVt1I lma lmagiven
given him rossiditrable oasld ruble le chroiiraecmeit CnrourOIlmnt un unlu IInd IIndI ant antlie
lu I lie litis IUI uereed lIrr ed to meet mil Chester the ex ext cxld
18 > t pound chnmplon of Fnglandt nlliond who ho wa waknocked was wasknockld waknocked
knocked out by b the late Tommy 1olnm lloiran o oChicago of ofehical ol olhlcago
Chicago > III HnglanU Enal nd nbout three tlm yciirs ezmr lIr ace acoHook acehoot
Hook malts that he will 111 taKe on heater thlAtprnt thlAtprntI n at
I 13 1 > pounds Tor 121 2Vi tm a aNegotIatIons side sideNetotiatlone alideKeotliltion
NegotIatIons are under way wo for a twenty twentyround 11111 11111rOllnd tniityround
round bout between Jack Clanvey CIIIOl of Hai HaiFranclsoo lianFrallcl MaitFrancIsco
FrancIsco Frallcl co and Pat Daly J alr the former Kngllsl Kngllslllglit Englistllghtwelcht nirllshlIrlltweleht
llglit lIrlltweleht weight chiuiplou challiriou The tarn have agreed ugneton alled agreedOil
on terms and will wi lien article l to box bfori bforithe btoretht bforsthe
the National Spotting llortln Club If f that orcanlza orcanlzatlou or5rllnlzatlon organlzntioum
tlou will WI I donate K purse The lhe weight Is axed flxetut axedut zed zedlit
ut 142 pound poundNearly poundSurly poundsXearI
Nearly XearI 40ifi persons gathered f8thlrd Inside th thirvninslimi thIlInuhllll the thettYninasliItut
irvninslimi at t the Royal Roa Xaval avaI Barracks ai aiPartemouth lit litPorttlmouth atPortsmouth
Portsmouth Kngland on Dec 17 to wltnesi wltnesithe wltlllslIhe wltnesitime
the decision or the final bouts for their chain chainnlonshlp chall1Illonshlp9 chatnPlOflShlPi
nlonshlp This competition which was tn tnfirst the thetint < I
first of Its It kind In England created a Kreul Kreulamount IrllItamount rreItamount
amount of interest In both branches ot th thservice the theItrvIOf theservice <
service and th the entry ntn list was WS large It took tooltwelve tooktweln tooktwe1e
twelve hours to delde who were champIons champion1In champIonsIn
In the various classes rla As The 1h classes decided deeldeiwere dlcldedwlrl decidedwere
were featherweight lightweight welter welterweight weltprwllht welterweight ¬
weight middleweIght and Tie hellVweilrht hellVweilrhtIII vyw jcht jchtIn
In the offloers competition Lieut Godfrey Oodfrejgained Godfreyrained Godfreygained
gained premier honors simply sJmplttllroulh through havini havinin
n good right hand A F Bclllnson of the thlNalionallSportlnlr theNatIonal hi hiNational
NalionallSportlnlr National Kportlng hportlngClub Club was the referee refereeHaiGHAVH refleBRIGHli refereeBh1GE1431S
lie Captures Crescent A C January Januar Cu CuWith CUll CUllWith CupxIth
With a Clean Ieanlirorfl IeanlirorflCrescent Score HroreCreicent ScoreCreScent
Crescent Athletic Club members provt provtthat proved proyedthlt provedthat
that they were not fair weather shooters shootersyesterday IhootersIsterda shootersyesterday
yesterday Isterda by holding their scheduled tourna tournament tournaII1lnt tournamacnit ¬
ment on the country clubhouse grounds a aBay at atBa atBay
Ba Bay Ridge It wa wu touch shooting In th tht the thetlth theteeth
teeth t ethof of a swirling blizzard anti easterly gal galof gale 8leof galeof
of wind that sent fOnt the be flying mow into th thFacies the theraeu thefeoss
Facies of the men at the traps The tint o othe ot otIhe ofthe
the series of competitions for the January JanuarCUD JanuaryCUll Januarycup
CUD at twentyflva targets a man brought broughForth brourhtforth broughtforth
Forth a rattling field Under the weather weatheconditions weathercondltlonl weatherconditIons
conditions the shooting In this event wa waof wu wuof wasof
of the > Kilt edged order Harry M roi Brigham Brighamwho Brlaham1oho BrIghamwho
who has been one of the I he most conslsteni conslstenimarKtmen cOlIslsttolltmarlmell COlistIttlitmarKsmell
marKtmen in tile ranks made one ol the best bes1icores bestcores bestscores
cores ever made on the grounds Bbootini tibootintfrom Bbootinifrom Shoot in infrom
from scratch tin nmile a clean score lloorere llooreremarllablo re remarkablo rcmarcabio
markablo work under > r the adverse adyer condi conditions conaltlon conUltlons ¬
tions BrIgham and Lowell M Palmer Jr Jrtallied Jrlalllel1 Jrsilica
tallied their fifth consecutive win for the thiUykes theIhkl theHykes
Uykes trophy with a total of 44 out of the thipossible thepossible I
p possible 08111bll fifty fiftyA I Itrophy
A A trophy competition at twentyfive targets targetsa
a man mum handicap was won OD by b T W W8take W8takewith Stake Stakewith Stakewith
with a score of 23 his handicap being Jne 4 4Lowell 4Iowell 4Lowell
Lowell M 1 Palmer Jr and 1I1t Harry M Brig Brlgnstn Brllhln Brigham
nstn ham tying for second coud place with 22 each eachThn eachThe I Ilho
The ig Ifg on the Palmer Memorial cup cupivat cupfaS cupwas
was won by Lewis C Hopkins with a scoreof score scoreof scoreof
of 25 2 > his handicap being t A d i Southworth Southworthirith Southworthwith Southworthwith
with 21 2 came In second for this fine prize prizeThe prizeTbo prizeThe
The uext uulsnt event was a fifteen target trophy trophycompetition tropbTcompetition trophycompetition
competition thi this went to Frank Frank B btepben btepbenion 8teptien80nwlth bta dlen dlenson
80nwlth ion with a ascore score of 12 i hl hlllll19wancil hIs allowance being l lA IIi 1A
A A n Southworth was second with U breaks breaksto
to his credit creditThree oredltTbrN creditThree
Three special matches at ten targets aman a anan aman
man wound ouurl up the tt days dllT programme In InIR IathA Iniii
thA iii IR tiNt of th bees o events L I SI il Palmer Jr Jrmd Jrt Jrtnd
md H M Brigham tied with a total totalta tally Iy ot otIn 0 0In ot ott
t In the sevcni second the earn ame shooters tied again againwith aealnwith againwith
with B and In the final match Palmer won woniflth wonwllh wonwIth
wIth B to Brlghami 7 these two cracks dlvld dlvldng dtYldIn dlvldingthe
In ingthe ng the prizes for forthe the matches rnatcheabetweenthein rnatcheabetweentheinaiiiis between them themJIIILS
To P I llaeri layer Silently I1Chtl Hurt lIurlfatern Pattern District DistrictTeam 1istrletTeam
Team Champions ChampionsThe haniphonaIime JallllllonJThe
The final match for the basketball cham chamilonihlp championship championship
pionship of the hll Metropolitan lIIetro olltan Ulrls High HighIchopl HI HISchool Highichool
School Athletic League was played yesterday yesterdayn
In In n the armory of the old Thirtysecond Regl Reglnent Reglmlnl Regineat
neat Brooklyn flr okly I After a remarkable etrug etrugrle etruqrhe
81e rle the gam < alii ams was won won by the t tie Kaatern Di Dirlct ms Dlsrlct
trlct rlct girls from fro Erasmus Hnll by a single singletint slnlllep singlel6iIit
p tint l6iIitTwo tintTwo lut lutTwo
Two young women wore Injured during duringhe durillithe
the he struggle both bothunlnttntlonall unintentionally Miss MallWoehl MissVoehl MissWoehl
Woehl of oft ofths the hI Eastern District team was struck struckin struckon
on in the nose in a scrimmage and had to leave leavehe leliVetile leavelie
tile he game for a while but blt pluckily resumed resumedlay reumedpia resumedplay
pia play lay This was In the first half in which the thecore theloore theicore
loore core ended In a tie wjth l to I thefigurea thefigurean the figures naurllilIn
In n the tho second period Miss Miss Billings was knocked knockedmt
mt in n scrimmage and was curried from frombe fromtbe frombe
tbe be field Miss Uabenzlon on a side ide long longtass lonirPsa longtlu
Psa tass from Mls I MIss MIM u HOBS shot the only basket basketrom baskettrom basketrrom
trom rom the field for Eastern and won wonlhe the match nutchn
I In n IS 1 minute play amid a uundemonlimj UlllldemQnlll1llJ tiundem nium niumf
J f cheers Miss Wilcox shot the last basket baskettt
o ti tt the match for f r Krasmus rasmU from frorntho tho foul line lineiinlnutij lineamlnut lineI
iinlnutij I Itttor r Tho 1 ho final II I icore core stood East Eastn E88tlrl Eastrn
lrl n Plrtrict lstiict High Sohool 3 points polnt8EraAIIIu polnt8EraAIIIuIUall Kramnus KramnusSchool ErasimiusLiall
IUall Liall High School 2 POllltS pointsk POllltSfItlIIINO
fItlIIINO k I Ii f I Jln an 2FllIshlnrr JUqh JUqhSchoole 111gbichool f fost
Schoole ichool a fair b8MkPtban plllJersachlovfd players aohlovtcl the themOlt theiOSt
mOlt ost Important victory of Its Itsddar season here hereddsy
ddar over ov r the Mount Vernon High SchoolMAlfl Hohpol Hohpolearn School HehooltealU
tealU earn In the first period erled of play the Flush Flushln Flushlnteam Fiuustilngteam ng ngearn
team earn shot four baskets baA etR from the field scorIng IcorhIa corliiepoints
a I points The visitors failed to score at al alnd a all allintl I Innd
nnd nd the tMfinll1 final tally was Flushing High School Schoolpoint EichooiI choI choII
I I point Mount Vernon Vernoulligh High School o ot
> 1 coMruTEn OUPIItl TEl AVTO 4 UTO CASK CASKtic lIS lISLeasue LtSELeague
Membrr lrml hose fllxoseNuiiibrr Whoseumbr hoseSUl11btr
League tic Hill Defend rate of rr
Nuiiibrr umbr na al Vied liy II Another AnotherAn nolherAnlnterestlna
An Anlnterestlna interesting law suit by which Is revealed revealedrt
arl in rt abuse abusO of tin th Horns numbering nJmb rin system systemr IJY h1I h1Iror
ror or > r automobiles h has been taken up In behalf behalff
01 if f a member by the th American Motor league leaguehe lallueThe
The he suit is brovtght br iiht by b a Mrs Holmes of ofueenn ofQlleenlcounty ofJuecus
Qlleenlcounty Juecus ueenn county wno W1IIJaIlClrts alleges that wh while le cro cross croeAI crossng i iVg
I ng Vg 6 one of the h he streets In New ew York city in inOBUSt InPinguSt
down and Injured Injuredn Injuredbl
AOl OBUSt last she was run
bl tJ Miller ofAltICR of Attica N Y wholll she IJhecltAraea shesrges
cltAraea n yt srges rges with the reck reckless loss arid negligent negligentnatiagement nCJrllllentanagement negligentnaiagement
natiagement of his automobile It sveins sveinsMat seemsbitt
milt Mat at the time of the occurrence complained complainedif
ot if r Mr MrS Irs Holmes and certain other witnesses witnessesook wltneRfet witiiesses00k
t ook It note of the number on the offending offendingohlolo orrflHlluavftalcJ ofrenclingrehioW
vftalcJ ohlolo and afterward verified It by following followingho
tho ho offender to n nearby garage where a aloser acloer aoer
loser Inspection of the number left no room roomor roomtor roomiCr
cloer oer
tor iCr or error Toe records at the Htate Capitol Capitoltad Capitolhad Capitolad
tad ad setthi set this number numb r against the name of ofrtr of1I1r attr
1I1r rtr tr Miller henne a suit aganlst him for forhe forthe forhe
the he sum um of 5ixM 55 To oft OIlIt t these facts factst factaIt
It t happens that Mr Miller and his mitoj mitojscore auto ll1toJlobl1o automobile
mobile were ero lit the time ot the Itc aceldent ldlnt lit atus
oflhe of the State titnltas StateI I
hl8 us home 11 the western part
niady to testify testifymet teatlrand testifymd
as I I score of witnesses are
met soonly IQ only one ne conclusIon c Is possible P08Rlbltthlt possiblethaiIonic that thatonm
Ionic craft eraft1 motorist In 1 expectation l11dpeCltllt of QrcrpQI a aerpJlke aIcrap
crpQI erpJlke lUre the one mentioned mentlonf thought best besto bell
to o display the number of norao person IJfr on living livinga
In a a ulstnt county and thus escape being balngI b1n1rIdnUIId beingdentlfied
i IN liftS HALF nAUFScore 8M 8MSoorell HALFScore
Score Soorell lUfht hl < iinir ianlfl to TO Against Aaalnltthe AaalnlttheI tl tlI tblsitOrsSanth
I VhKors IICorIlSandt Sands the he Strongest t In ttinrst tti the the1IlIIt lbFirst
I First Contest f ntcatGrrat Great Display of Seri Ser Senlag r rInK
i In InK by Brooke of the quaker CM CMAll City CityAll CttAll
All honors were won i by > y the home piayei piayeiIn p piayerIn syera syeraIn
In the first half of the annual racquet doubles doiibliyesterday doublesye doubleyesterday
yesterday ye terdo between New York and Fhlladephla Fhllade Phlladelphlo Philadelphia
phla for they won both games The pin pinwas play playwas plawas
was In the court of the New Yolk YOI k Racquet Kacquiand Racquetand Bacqueand
and Tennis Club and the return meetln meetlnwill meetlnrrw1ll nieetintwill
will be at the Philadelphia Racquet Club ne nei next nextSlllurdu flex flexSaturday
i Saturday Slllurdu The first of the two contests conte ts wti wtiwon WIIR WIIRwon wewon
won by C E Eo Sand and Lawrence Waterbur WaterburIn Waterbury1n
In four straight from George MvFadden Ic nddtn an anWilling und anWilliug I
Willing Spencer and anilln In the second 8e > Milton MiltonBarger i iI S SBllrlfer
I Bnreer and Payne Whitney beat George Georie Brook Brooand Brookand Drooland
and R K Cassatt by b 4 to 2 gaines alUes C Law Lavrence Lawrence Lawrence
rence Perkins > was was the referee David OardneAlfred Gardner GardnerAlfrerl OardneiAlfred
Alfred Ellis and George Standing alternatln aiternatintu1parI6T5 alternatlnuo alternaUnaao
uo ao u1parI6T5 umrkers It was VII the fourth renewal renewalthe or orbe o othe <
the be mutch the record being 2 to I In favc favcof for forof favoof
of Now York with a uleJru leg on the pendln pendlncontest pendlncontest pendintcontest
S SLines
contest contestLines contestLInes
Lines of hnnsoma and automobiles stood I Ithe In Inthe Ii Iithe
the falling snow before the clubhouse cl bhouse ant ahiIndicated Ind IndIndlcattd antindicated
Indicated a large number of onlookers Bot Botgullertes Both BothlCullfirlell Botigalleries
galleries were crowded the Philadelphia PhiladelphiaIncluding PhllndelphlInsIlIcltuJlna PhIladelphianincluding
Including Walter It Furntss H K Reeves KeuveiJ
J K Mitchell Harry Disston K M I Town Townsend 1OWIIsprid lownjejid
send und E M Church Richard II WlHams Wl WIIIInrl1s WIllama
Hams the president of till New ew Yor YorItiicqiivt York Yorkl ToriItlicqi4ct
Itiicqiivt l CQut und Teuals Club and Mortimer S1Jtoii i iIaton 8 8l
Iaton l lol1 served as 8S11 a volunteer reception von vonlulttce lOmIIlttet tOniIiiittee
lulttce while others olherswho who watched the volley volleywere volleytere olleYilnr
were nr K t La MpnthgUe llolltllalll Jr U A Peabody PeabodjLiirociiuv Peabodyillrry Peabodyharry
harry K VltlJrul 11 L Iortlmer Loulll I iliirocque
Liirociiuv 1 IIOIIIU Muurlce Lit Montague U I IMurvln K KMUlvlu KMurvii
Murvln fcrneut rnlIIt A A Thompson U P I Sanctoi Sanctoitl
II P Whitney Joseph llurrlnmn Kvglnul Kvglnulllrooks Hllrllluld HllrllluldlIrookA RegiiiuitUrooks
llrooks L it Parker Mujor Dunlop of f Kni Eiighand Kniland JnlrIII
land III lid b P lilugden JIIuad n Capl apt Philip Eydlg EydlgVttrrlugton U UWurrhllrlon I It
Vttrrlugton t Curtis Henry Henr Ullsey UUlle lieu lieuMlllor lJtlIl1 lJtlIl1Mllltr tJeiilMiller
Mlllor W S 8 Edey Ueorge UeorlfOL L Wrenn Oernl Oernlft OruldLullI11 Gerakurtie
ft LullI11 urtie J 1 Aiialey lfi lIli lv y llalr Ulalp talr T 7 I ft C lliKthim lJuuhAIIl Jr JrW JrW lr lrv
W v itlierspoon 1 F 11 Lee M I u Mouviei MouvieiW Houvierv ouvlerW
W v V HopKtns W K J01rn Glyii ulyn J > H MuMoii MuMoiilaiiifB MUIInIIIIIIIS MessiiIainma
laiiifB De Kuy 111 J M A Uarruch lUlU I t tJiittiiWM U UMnthiWH iiJnlhWK
MnthiWH MnthiWHSands JnlhWK8I1nd JiittiiWM8and
Sands fresh from winning the gold old rncque rncqueat rncquet rncquetat
at court teiiulx iu the luxedo court wu wuthtt was wasIII winthe
the III strongest of the ho four iu Jhe the first niatili niatilishowing mntthsholn8 iiiathshowing
showing great rrlatqufclmess quickness and judgment 01 01the 011 011the otthe
the returns und serving Mrlnltery very well Water Waterbury Wltfrbury Waterbury
bury as lIIuaual usual was brilliant in streaks wbil wbilthe wbilethl wbiiithe
the Piiiladelphlanji PhUadelph lI1Jl Mu Qadden > adden und Speucur Spencershowed Speucurshowed tllltuCtrsho
showed sho u good command of the bat al although althoulrh although
though forced to a defensive policy poll y fron fronthe fromthe fronthe
the start The snowfall l mudo the llghbad light IIlIhtbld lightbad
bad and wtta a factor against the Pblladel Pblladelpliians Pbllndejphla1ls Phlludelphians
pliians In both matches The last game o othe t ttbe 01 01the
the flrst mutch was a stubborn one beiiu beiiu8tt belllK13It belutset
set ut fourtfcn fourt ln when the New Yorkers ran raiout ranout ranout
out The PhlludplpblanA won the toss li liboth III IIIhoth liilioth
both matcheu The summary of the flr flrmutch tint tintmutch firstmatch
mutch was
PlaIT a thus aUlaPhlladllphla thusPlilladtlptita ilia iliaPhiladelphia
Philadelphia 2 1030400 I 0 3 0 4 0 0 1 I I i 113 113ew i iNew
New ew York 01 I I 1 1 2 2 I 0 3 1 2 3 211 211ncoND 1 1SECOND lt lt5scoo
XewYork New ew York 3 0 2 II I 0 4 2 0 I 111 111Phlladtlphla 1 1Philadelphia
Philadelphia 0 1 la I 2 I 3 o 0 4 i iTHinn It ItTRiaD 11TItan
TRiaD otui otuiNew ounew oausNew
New ew York 4 I 3 3 0 1 0 I I Ii 1 111 111Inlladllpbla 1Illnlladelpbla I I1nllaiidphU
1nllaiidphU 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 4 I IrOURTtt U UrOURTH I ICOURTW
rOURTtt GAUl 011ew GAUlew < UUINew
New ew York 03 0 3 U I 4 0 2 1 3 1 31 31PlillailelpUla 317Pblla SlPlitla4elphla2
Pblla Plitla4elphla2 PlillailelpUla ltlpllla < 2 I 3 0 0 0 4 2 1 i iBrookes 11 11Brookesaprlnlr ItBrookss
Brookes Brookesaprlnlr serving was the feature of tinsecond tin theserond timesecond
second match It was a tine display of fun funnnd tURt tURtnnd fnanfld
nnd accurate placing and seldom surpassec surpassecIn urpBMedIn urpBMed
In the court In the first game l1l11e with the thiFfore theore thestore
store ore 8 to love Iu favor of the New ey Yorkers Yorkersllrooke YorkerBrooke YorkersBrooke
Brooke ran fourteen fo rteen I1cea aces by service In the thifourth thefourth tteiourtli
fourth hand and ut other times he made madia madeU
a run of five nnd two WO of four aces This gavithe gave reIhe gavetime
the bulk of thu Philadelphia scoring lIeorln to his hiicredit blscredit hiscredit
credit but Cmsatt sustained his part to ad advantnge lidantnae advantage
vantage The Philadelphians despite d plte the thiImndlcaps thohindiLIIpt thehandicaps
handicaps of poor light and a strange tqurt tqurtplayed court courtplayed 1 1plsed
played a dogged game Burger nail Whit Whitney Whitne iiit
ney ne the racquet champion made a splendid splendlcworking spleodldworklur splendidworking
working teambothstendy tenmboth stludy In serving aervinaand and quietto Quick Quickto quickto
to find the ball b l1 for the returns This Thillmatch Thillmatchhrouahl mate matebrought match matchlirought
brought out some long rallies All even after afteifour afterfour afterfour
four games the New Yorkers won the Hltl HltlIn l1hIn 11thin
In dashing style is 154 4 and the sixth 1 t5tO t5tOby 1510by 10 10by
by well sustained team work The summary summaryrntiT summarytguilT ummarrFI1IIT
guilT OAUI OAUIPhiladelphia OUIPhlladtlphla oauiPhiladelphia
Philadelphia 0 0 0 II 0 I IU IU1ew IliNew II IINew
New York J I 3 0 2 K KSJCOND ltSECoND
SECoND GAUl OAUXPhll OAK GAUlPhiladelphia I IPhlladtlphla
Philadelphia Phll dflphl 1 010202 010202New 0 I 0 2 0 2 1 1el 7Ncv
New el York ork 4 20123 2 0 3 2 3 I 111 111THIRD IlITItan U UTHIRD
New 1 York S 0402300 Q 4 0 2 8 0 0 3 311 311Pblladelphla 3IlPhIladelpbIa 11 11Philadelphia
Philadelphia 0 1 1 3 0 1 2 I IrOORTBXJAMI 8 8rounTsoAMI Srecava
NewVork 0 I 2 0 0 2 1 o oPhiladelphia oe oePhlladtlphla 04PlilIadelpbll <
Philadelphia 3 0 0 5 4 0 8 1 11 11rlrrn IlIrirrn 19 19rirrn
rirrn OAUI OAUIPhiladelphia OAIIEI OAUIPfllladeIphLa
Philadelphia I 0 0 0 J 3 0 0 2 04 04XewYork 0 4 42
XewYork u 2 t 0 4 5 0 su suSIXTH 3ItsilTs I IIlXtH
SIXTH GAUl OAilBNrwYortc 0111 0111Nrwo GAUllblladelpbia
NrwYortc Nrwo J 0 0 2 2 0 31J 31JPhlladelptil 315Pblladrlphla
Phlladelptil I 2 0 0 I 0 4 2 10 10GOLF lOGOLF
GOLF GOLFuurnament GOFTciurnanlent GOLFTournanlent
uurnament at Lake Lakewood wood Postponed un unAecowJt ftflACCOWII n nAccount
Account of SnOWConilog Snow SnowComing Hoo HooComlne i
Coming without a warning cry of Fore UForethe Forethe Forethe I
the he snowfall stymied the golfers yesterday yesterdayin i
oa in the Metropolitan Uolf Association links linksmd linksond linksand
md compelled a postponement of the various variouslompetltious variouscompetitions variouscoinPetitlolls
competitions The Country Club of Lake Lakevood Iakewood Lakewood
wood put off the semifinal and final rounds roundsIn
In n the th New ew Years open tournament until untillext untilnext untilnext
next Saturday when h n theopen handicap will williieiiU wUlalso willalso
also be pia played y III the lI flat t or open tourna tournamenta tournaimieut5
iieiiU at Lakewood Laklwoodfhlch which goes back to 1894 1894his laG4this i894this
this his Is isonly only the second postponement on ao aoount aocount socount
count of snow the th flrst having havlnabtJen been In Nov Novem November Novernber ra raer
ber > er 1S98 1S98PisFiiiHST 1898PISFIICHIT 150 150PINFIICtMT
PisFiiiHST N C Jan 2A 2 t A feature of the theilosa thecloso theclose
close of the golf golftournamnentwais touruamentWii8 the eighteen eighteenlole llIrhteenhole eIghteenmole
hole uiedul me < ul piny P IY handicap M C C Work ork of ofJiiase ofPlllladelphlu ofPimiiadelphtu
Plllladelphlu playing with a handicap f 12 12won 12won
won the Berkshire ClP for the beat net score scorewith scorewith
with 76 net and O McCammlln or the Chevy ChnyChaa ChevyChase
Chaa Chase Club Washington W K Hotchkln Hotchklnif Hotchkinof
of if the Montclulr Club New Jersey and a 0Carpenter B Birpenter BCllrpntcr
Carpenter tied for the gro rrpl s score cup with witho
80 o earn McCaminon winning on the pluyoff pluyoffThe PlllyolTTho playoffThe
The scores scoresM
M C Work PhlUdflphlaJS Phl1adtlphla 88 lJ lJC 1270 F J Ballt BalltChMtuUt IMJley IMJleyCheetOut
ChMtuUt 11111 club Chicago IWI271 SO 12t7 O a FOWDes FOWDesltIrl1land FownesHlgtilafld
ltIrl1land Pltuburll jJ27S 80 275 O McCammon McCammoncllen McCanimonChevy
Chevy CbMe WashIngton 80 H W n Botch HOlchkin Botchkin
kin MontclalrIIS Montclair 95 18 1880 0 B Carpenter Chicago Cbtc810OIIIASO ChicagoOs
OIIIASO Os ilSO S it N Austin Philadelphia 18 812 812A
A C Afaorn Montdalr W 1 11I ic83 3 S John S Hill Hilloland 11111Poland liii liiiPoland
Poland Spring 100 1783 7 3 VV Y v C Fownea l Jr lll 1I1h 1I1hland itIhland h hnT
land nT M 2fc 2114 Hobtrt OoodbwlT 000 1110 < < 7 New York 08 0514Sh
1481 ii George C Dutt OBklcy Oald U 14 4 ftM B A ATrrraanVMontcliitr AFreeman AFrr1naU
Freeman TrrraanVMontcliitr Mnntclalrl M 5 0M H II oTfownw 01011 0 FenCes Hlyh Hlyhnd High HlrbIlInd Highland
land nd M 88J 8 4S4 O W w Watts Pol Poland nd Sprtnr jus 10 10itm5
7851 6 u l M Cole T rakoll ko WestOtld TO lJ8j 486 I W WiiiiiTind WKrmblr ia1enibie
Krmblr phIIidiphla Phllad lphla 91 1I16 w t1r O Fown Fownhighland owne ownelIIrbland
iiiiiTind K CW J 1 H Clapp Chevy Chase Chase12M ChMeOJI
OJI 12M 12 S Henry W Brown FkwanoU VVrmont mont
1710111 01 7 1087 F O Hor noulm ltnrstmannCMVY tmannCh nnC v vy Cha CbBI CbBItJIrh 88io 88iokw 0es 0esJasper
Jasper tJIrh LaJtwood 93 4 48S G 11 S lIlInl lIlInltkwanok ililngIkwanok
tkwanok kw nokW 101 12 1280 6ro O Hi It Mllllkcn Ualtlmore
107 07 188K S V t Ramiie RamSlt OH City KM I 14JO 11110 Wall Wallcr Val WallerJ ValterJ
lerJ cr JTrtvW Travis O Oarden rd n Clfy City 85 55pen penO 6SI li JHHawley JHHawleyJew Jtl 7 H H Hawley HawleyNeff wley wleyNet
Net Jew York io toe 011 It 1801 tli W v C Freeman Montolalr MontolalrJ0nW
92012 52 J0nW 052 VI femlthiledford Bmllh mlth ltdrord 10BI7OT 10IIJ7 F Walter WalterIroti WallerHtntz WalterHentz
Iroti Mount Airy 104 12W n C C8pl pt J P Crane Cronevincheitfr CraneVlncbeater CraneWInchester
WInchester vincheitfr 111 IS I5S3 W W W Durton n Lakewood LakewoodIto
Ito S 801 MJ J 7 AenrTlienti henry lent Jr Mount Airy ll lli tn tnU IllI04 >
U I04 i C W J nonrdmsn oardman ChevyCh Chevy ChaM 4 fc IM j2 1201 1201n 4 4T
n I 8 Kyl Kyle Plilladlpbla no IIJlGI 1505 B A Dalley DalleyDoston natleyBoston
Boston US 111 H II Fox Oak Oakley ey 101 11i17 11i17C
C T M Brett Bre Urookllne lOll 8100 8100The 8100The 8100The
The summary of th the match reimndaFirst rounds roundsFirst roundlFlrst
First Cup Final FlnslW W J 1 TravIs Garden City beat beatft btatW
W ft O Fownes Jr J r Hlthlanrt Plttsburt 2 up and 1 1o 1to IFinalO
to o ConioUtlon J play playConioUtlon r lltlon FlnalO McCammon CheryChaie CheryChaieeat Chevy Chase Cbaaebl8t Chaseheat
heat eat C B FnwnM Highland l up upConsolation upSe upSecond
Se Second ond Cup FinalD M Cole Takes Weatfttld WeatfttldJlaas WestileldMa
Jlaas Ma beat W Elder Marcus Monlclatr 2 up and andlon
1 Consolation OIr1 ratlon lon FlnlW C C1 Pownes highland beat beatIbrt beatw beatv
v w Durlon lakewood2 up and Ito I to play playTblrd piiyThird
Third CUI Ilnal1 I 1 Balle Cbtstl1ut Hilt HIUChlealro Hilthlcago
Chlealro beat F Walter Urnll 1 iAount lounl AIry Phlla Phlladlphla Plilialeiphla
dlphla II up And 7 to play piJIYn playjoniolatlon
joniolatlon n olallon InalRoben Ibrt Qoodbody New York Yorksemltlnsls VorkbtAt Yorkbeat
beat George W Walls Poland Spring I up upoec1al upIDeCtai
oec1al Toumam TournamvntFIrCt ntFlr t elllnt semltlnsls semltlnslsbl
I W Kembl emhle bl PhiladelphIa Pblladtlphlaibeatlltnn beat Henry W Brown BrownVermont BrownFkwanok arowakwaflOk
Fkwanok Vermont i up C3 George or C Dutton O Oak OllkItY Oaker k kFinal
ItY er beat F j OlIorstmann 0 chevy heY ChlL CbMI I up updDUi UpFinalDUtton
FinalDUtton beat Kemble 5 up and 4 4nr to play playSecond
aVI nr tin tinMonwtalr
Second rlrhtSemllinaIW I I It llntchkin llntchkinIloniciir
Monwtalr beat Ii V lIaman on CII CItE 6 up and 3 3to 3to
to play R O lambkCommonweallh iamb Commonwealth Uuiton ston beAt beAtII
l II Ayer New Vllr york I up upInalHotchln oplInaIHotchln
Final InalHotchln ISotchln beatUmb beat Lamb 7 up and I to play plsyAmerican playD1erltm playtnIerlCan
American Motor otor League Convention ConventionA
A national concntlon of autom lIutomjblllata lIutomjblllatahllll blllsts blllstsus
hllll las us been called by the American Motor League Leaguebo
10 0 > bo held at Madison Square Harden during durlnathl duringhe i ihe
thl he automobile show lho Jan 1B23 t 23 Sessions RIBllOIISwill Sessionstill
will 111 bo held on four days day of the week w k nnd nndn nndon
the convention all mer merbtra I ILrs
on in n the strength of memo memoera
btra era of the A M L I can obtain a ipeclal PI cia I rall rallad rllllrOlld raiload
rOlld oad > ad rata of n fare nnd a third for or a round roundp roundtrip roundrip
trip rip p to and from the show showant ahowGanl showiang
Ganl ant of nnrglar Tracked In the Snow SnowWitKMBjiimE SnoWWu SnotiWnuasBARTIE
WitKMBjiimE Wu KESnA ftF Pa Jan 2 2A A gang of ofurglars ofburglars ofiurglars
burglars who had escaped detection detect n for forIs forsix forlx
six Is weeks although they committedthlrty committedthlrtylx committed thirty thlrtyIIIIt thirtyui
IIIIt ui lx robberies wero discovered d < by citizens citizensibi citizensIhlll citizenshIs
Ihlll hIs morning mom In by byald aid of ofa a fall fallofanow of orSOO1 snow They Theyere Therwere Theyrore
where three of ofuantltlca ofthem ofhem
were ere tracked from a store Itor
them were found to their home but escaped escapeduantIties ed edQuantities
Quantities of stolen goods goodsie were found In Inthe inhe
the he ie house there being quart of jewelry jewelryjid Jewelryami
ami jid bales of valuable cowls ooos
Turfmen TIIrrm n Expect et Allotment of Dates naftlln In t tfirtr the theNNr lii liirr
firtr rr Future FnturcWith FntureWith FutureWith
With the Ihelncomln Incoming r of ofthc it the he new your mom raelimen rulnrr rulnrrmen mommen
men are lIN1hf1alnnln beginning to look for the Jocki JockiCluba Joekeor JoekeorClubs JockeClubs
Clubs annual allotment of dates d tl for tl tlcoming the theoomlri th thcoming
coming oomlri neiison Last t year ytarthe the dates f fthe for forthe 1the
the various vllrloulsprlna spring and fall meetings we wemade were weremadopUbllo warmade
made madopUbllo public early In the fall At tho tinIt tin time timeIt timIt
It was explained that this unusual procefc procefcing proceed proceedInJr proceeding
ing on ontbe onthepart the part of the Jockey Jdck JockeyClub yClub Club steward atewnnwas stewards stewardswall stewardwaatiuet
was waatiuet due iJuet t6 the application of the new Metr Metrpolltan Mttrcpolitan htro htropolltan
polltan Jockey Club track at Jamaica while whlicaused whlcll whlcllctluaedl1aellerat whilecituse4
ctluaedl1aellerat cituse4 caused a general squeezing of the dat datusualb dlteA dlteAusuittliheld dithuauaIlieicj
usualb usuittliheld held by the other tracks The yeiprevlA yea year yearpevltAi yeap
prevlA p ovltt the dates were not promulgate promulgatiuntil promuleateduntll promulgateuntil
until ftnrly spring Just nt present hoi hoiever hoeV however
ever eV r there th re Is a feeling that the Jockey CJi CJihas Club Clubbus 1ti 1tibus
bus already considered the mutter and lbs thithe lhat lhatthe lbsthe
the regular schedule will be made nl de know knowin known knownIn knowin
in a few days da It 1t I wits said umong horsemi horsemiyesterday horetrieyesterday honeOle honeOleyesterlluy
yesterday with some Bome assurance that tl tlJamaica tho thoJolilaicli th thluninica
Jamaica track would not receive dated fi finext for forlIut fc fcnext
next August In conflict with the reguli reguliinectliiu rljl regulaluuttmtiit lar lar1IIt
inectliiu 1IIt tllIll of the Saratoga Racing Asaoviatloi Asaoviatloibut tssoeiatlotbut 88oclatIOnt
but thut the new track would be allow al10wQl al10wQln allowa i ia
a longer meet lIII > tJt in midsummer winding windingthe u uthe tip tipthe
the first of August AugustIt AUru t tIt
It was also Mid that there lien might be a r rductlon rlt <
ductlon of the number of dates allowed form fornorly rormerly formorly
orly to at least two of the larger tracks e ethat so sothnt a athat
that there would be n better feeling ttfli of sa saIsfactlon sat satIllfactlon Utlsfactlon
Isfactlon on all 1IIIIIdeA sides stde after the work had ad be becompleted boon booncompleted beemconipieted
completed In all probability Aqueduct A u uct wlopen wl 11111 11111open wllopen
open and dos the coining lorul 10lUllfllUlon season Ji Jimalcas JII JIIlIalOl1s Jainalats
malcas tall dates being sandwiched IIand wJehtd In b btween be betWlen between <
tween those of Brighton und Aqueduct AqueductBrighton AqueductDrl Aqueduct AqueductBrighton
Brighton Drl hton from all nllaCQunts accounts will huveanoth huveanothfall haVoaootbprfall haeanothetoll
fall meeting as President Kinsman J1Ireman expresw expreswsatisfaction esPf1llllfdl expreescisatIsfactIon
satisfaction l with last years r ars arrangement urrangemenIt tLrranaementIt
It Is a rather difficult matter to satisfy Usfy a aInterested IIU IIUIntereRlfd iii iiiinterested
Interested parties but the Jockey Club Clubnot Is IslIot i inot
not Inclined to act hastily lIuAtI on this proposltlo proposltlountil propositlomiiiitll
until every phase of the situation liu hiss bee beeilooked beelooked beell beell100kl
looked 1 into intoAs InloA8 intoAs
As usual u lltl J 1 H harem 1I11 lrin has the erentewt tmlIlelIl1l11l tmlIlelIl1l11lltOr nun nunr rimimher
her r of yearlings larUnll In the < IJtM prop TherE ai aififty an antift atfifty
fifty colts snd fortysix fillies onion al110nlf theibelli thei thlmbell theimhelne
bell helne the lie first get III thin tile country of foil foiliioted fOllr fOllrIIOtld Iontinted
tinted IIlr sires lr < 8 Imp Orenan 1rM > nRII Imp lVI IIpuliorinl lleutionneHigh > > udoiin udoiinllltth <
llltth Order and th time former populnr Idol IdoKlnley IdolKlnle idolKinle3
Klnley Klnle Mack who won the llrooklyn Ilrool In nnHiiburbnn 111111 111111lillburbllll nn tiluSmilmurbtii
Hiiburbnn llundlcapi land I hlIP1 the Annie 11111 mnte yeiir yes r Timer Therare 11erear Timerare
are ar seven vouiiKster ilrw by II Klnley hlnl Mack Maclsnd Mackand Mackanti
and HO well l1 do docm lof > Mr ir llnucclii tlilnk of thou thcistulllon th111lhnl thouthat
that he says hI wOIlI would i riot take 5000 IIlOlfor for Ih Ihslulllon timstallion
stulllon The b bsuch majority of ellrllliint lire b bslleh bsuch
such fiimoiis sires us Knlvittor Hathamptoi HathamptoiBen lIalhn itathanptoumBen lllton llltonpn
Ben pn llolllday luvenal Rufnllo Hendorn Hendornand ttlndornnaod Hendomniand
and other otherH othereU
H PhlllipH who lends the lackeys ockeT at Ne NeOrlcAim XI1 XI1Orlennll NesOrleans
Orleans In point of winning mounts l III m mto asic asicto Iht Ihtto
to be a coming star whose services will be I Idemand In Indemlud ii iidiiinid
demand In the th Knst this Ihl yenr for New w Orlciu Orlciuhas OrlelillhliR Oriemuimlmiis
has provwl to b bl < > i mt reiiiirknblo jockey sohO sohOand II schooanti bool boolIInd
and owners lire watching Die I lie worli of tli tliboys tIbos tbboys
boys there with lth unusual InKrcst InKrcstRACI1 lulreslR4C1WJ lntCrestIr4c1X1
RACI1 AT H Im OnLKA1 OnLKA1lltlle onMiIIttlr OIlLI1SSLitile
lltlle HPOIII Win wIniiienaiuIleap 111 llamlleap In Mnihl Mnihlolnic MiuuItioIn lIlIldUoll
Uoll UollXrw olnic olnicXKW oIn oInNKW
XKW OntKAXs Onll Jan 2 On On a track lrn k felloe felloedeep tllode tllodedep fetloeldeep
deep In mud but bim with a solid underfootinc underfootincWilful IIndtrtootlnWilful imriderfootlngtltful
Wilful Sum Hlldreths great Mirthful niarr niarrhad mil niarmhad 11 11had
had to succumb to Little Scout and Lura Luralighter LuraIIrhter LuralIghter
lighter after as game a race as was 1TI teI teIseen < re reseen H HIfen
seen at this truck trtlckln In the Audubon Hndica HndicaSweepstakes Hi HsndleajSneepslakes dllurl dllurlBwpeplakt8
Sweepstakes She wai saddled saddledwltb with 12 12poundrt 12poun i2pOUndM
poundrt poun and this penalty proved too muchalthough much tuuclialthough mIlChalthouah
although at one stage in the race it looked look d a aIf all allIr am amif
If she might come home hOlllell a winner Wilful Witfuwas Wilfulwas Vitfuwas
was favorite and Fuller had the tlm mount mountLittle 1II0llntLlttlp mountLittle
Little Scout cout was W S the second choice In thi thibetting the thelxUln hi hibetting
betting Jockey lllcks who bo won 011 the Nes NesYears iV iVYears IW IWYellrs
Years Handicap with Exclamation E < had tli tlimount tht thtmount lii liimount
mount on the winner and his victory Ictor was waspopular i ipopular a apopular
popular one oneThe OlltThe oiieThe
The day broke badly and rain fell heavily heavllbefore hlllf1y hlllf1ybIotore heavilybefore
before noon The truck was Ia a sea of nun nunwhen 111111 111111when nuidwimen
when the first race on the th card was wa on un unwas and and1ItIIIOt aridwas <
was 1ItIIIOt not much better when the lecture even evenof eventof wnt wntof
of the day wax run off The solid oll < t buttom to tothe tothe tothe
the track gave the fast track runnen a chance chancebut vbantbill chancebut
but the hJ luudders were in evidence IIII 1t all day dayFirst dlt dltFlrsl dayFirst
First HareOne n3r one mile mttec flilleCIiOlct Cuokt olct lit Kullvr Wulleto ittiIlvito Kullvrto
to I won on Potente loa tWo VV Ftokerl lbher11 U to S trcond trcondBtnital econdIJenKIII
Btnital 1C 108 Munro It to I third Time 145 zs zsMcWIIIIams Z ZMcWilliams 25Mct
McWIIIIams Mct lillanis Alpac AlparaJohn John Coulter Ltdy Matchleu MatchleuOne MIhleOne hiatmtflteu hiatmtflteuOne
One More star and Gaiter II L I Colemui olrmnan am amlira and andIJra sacHrsts
Hrsts lira also ran ranSecond raDSttond ranSecond
Second Race RaceSU Six f rtirlonraClantorllo urlontt CUntor 1 lie 10 Ron Ronelll Roniaii Roniaiifill nomaminIl
fill t to I won at Uerrylers 1W tl 1141 > IW W Fisher Fisherli
15 to I second 5t < Ond Second Nltbt lbt IU Kobblns 35 li lithlrH 10 IcI
1 thlrH thlrHand third Time 118 LoII LoIly lIall Islly lUehel Vard VardIom ard
rom Iom oua KlllrslaDd Clarence it l JolI JolIt Arthur AnhurII111 Arthurand
and Hints dbarm barm also ran ranThird ranthird
II111 Third luce lUceFlVe ae Five furlon t furlontaPanlalenne rt i Partnlenne 100 tile 111111alns HieKins tilegins
gins u to 101 J wOo ou Joscltt 100 Davhson 7 to Id Idsecond 10secoDd IIIsecond
second Our Nugget 100 Dobbin 0 1110 to I third thirdTime tblrdTIme thirdTIme
Time 12 33 3 Sweet t Nell also ran ranFourtb ranfourtb ranFourth
Fourtb Hace lACeAuduboD Audubon Handicap on one mile and ania and anda
a sixteenth allttmthLIUlc Little Scout 114 OV W lllcks IIIcksI 4 to I Iwon 1won Iwon
won Lurallghtrr 103 I 1hUllpil IS to l second secondVlttul secondItful econdWlllul
Vlttul Itful 127 Fuller 7 1 to 5 third Time IM 49 49Boa 4 4Doa 15Hon
Boa Mot iot 01 Major 1IlIlIrr11 llinslr anslr Hankln Overhand and uicLocket lid lidLockeL andLocimel
Locket al also o rau rauKlltli raunllb rams011th
Klltli Hace naceOne One mile mlleorlallaha Oclawah III fullerl Fuller Fuiierii
11 to 101 S won on Calcutta CalcuttaIO CalcUtta5 101 Salllnr 12 to I second secondUlue srcondlJIue secondtIliac
Iliac Bluzri 103 Wolff 01111 12 10 1 third Time
141 25 1 C Pirates Iralts Daughter Arden rdII Mission Ida IdiPenzance IdaPtnzanc IdaPenrante
Penzance Koyal Pirate Marco 1Iar 0 end Capt Uuckadc UuckadcOhio DuclradoII1t Ducksdoalso
Ohio ran rausum ranSlaSh
II1t sum It Rare Rarlone One mile and threeeighths threCtllhtbsLarrv threeelghthaLamrytIhI Lanj LanjWilt
Wilt 11181 SUW 01 tHmnne Henaessy 130 J 310 to j I hwonFreeAdmnhssloa hwonFreeAdmnhssloaIll won OD Fre Admlulon AdmlaslonU4
U4 cii h Phillip 3 i to I second Hennol Hdnrb ot praMamarl Praaataniar
87 7 Spurllnt II 1110 to S third Time Tlmf22112 239 35 Full FullIlack Ful Fullack IulHack
lack Mary Moore Ben Hempnttad and The Tails Tailsgau Tall4man TillsOman
man also ran ranNew raDSew ranNew
New Orleans Entries I f tar r Tomorrow TomorrowFirst
First Race RaceStvell Seven furlongs furionftWtl furlongsRoyal
Royal uAl Pirate 112 1I2FUUbaCIt Fullback IP IPUiMellGartb lOG toeftusaellGartb
UiMellGartb 11 112 Klettful letUul 11 11eckoner ins 101Reckontr insTriaL
eckoner 109 Trial More 10 10oundllng 103
foundling BoundUnl 1081 1081Second 1051Second
Second Dace flaceSelllng Selllnt S llIar one mile mileaim mileDalm untiefilm
film aim of Ollcad OllcadI30POmplno12I OllcadI30POmplno12IH ISOIPompIno r rL
H L L Coleman ISOJLevlaUan 130 IsOLerlathianin IsOLerlathianinKItty Ltlatban 1 1iltty J2l J2lKilty
KItty Clyde izs l2 ItlNavlitstorIn ItlNavlitstorInLeader NavUator l lriut 121 121Hhl
riut ItICIaas tt6 CIILS8 Leader 122 IJ2Vellle 122tl1le 122Nellie
= Vellle tl1le Forrest Forrest175 IMIJove IMIJovesabackll I JoVe 120 120Sabockllsb 120abockllsll itoNabociciisb125
= Nabociciisb125 Sabockllsb b IZSlGlendon l28GlendonThird 125 Glendon120 Glendon120Third Glendon 120 120Third
Third nace nacSa SU furlongs furlongilusky mrlonilDusk furlongsnualcy
Dusk lusky IpJMphnJDoyle IpJMphnJDoyleny 1001JoIIn Doyle t07 t07Sbortcake 107Shortcake
Shortcake 107 The Drown Monarch Ionarch1OC Ionarch1OCPrtako 104 104Edward
Prtako 107 1001Tlle Edward Hale titleins titleinsAny 103 103Any
Any ny Day Dayjtrlch lIa 107 ID Hexam HexamFourth 100 100OstrlclI
OstrlclI jtrlch 1071 1071Fourth 1011Fourlh
Fourth Race nceH H andlcap six and a half furlont furlontutIM furlollrlDumul furiopteDutiful
Dutiful utIM 117 1I7OOtll1lhll Footllulits Favorite107 Favorite107Cine Iaorlle 107RalAiand 107 107RaI
RaI RalAiand llnd lit LowCU LowCilt106 LowCilt106Klan 108 108KIRr
Cine Croker llllArthur Ill Arlllor los 105lomliu 106Momlllil losMotatni
lomliu Star HO Talhouet TaltloUet103 TaltloUet103Katie 103 103atle 103Halle
Katie atle Powers Powers106 IM Broni 102 103euhrk 102Seullark 102eMbrk
euhrk llMILady 10111 Lady Free ree KnIght 101 101Fifth 101Firth lotFilth
Fifth nace RsceFlve Five furlong furlongIt furlonenit I Ilr
lr It Ben ill 1I7ISlIbtrOne Neither One 10S 10Sart 106Cllrl 105Lant
Cllrl art Kabler UliHenryLuebrmann ltlIHtRr Luehrmann Jr M 53Allheter Mimmlon 13Jlrnmalonl
Jlrnmalonl immlon 107IAIIIiter 107 AIIIler t tt 92 92St 92t
St t Tammany lOTIuIlaM I Icorplo jfI jfIScorDlo SMScorpio
Scorpio IMIKdtia 107 tdlla Edward M MVphonlr AATYpl10nJe aslyphonle
Vphonlr 108 t01I Komombo 88 88Sixth BIJSlxlb 85Sixth
Sixth Race RareStlllnr Stlllnii one on mile milexxjliet mileJnckel mIleLampasn
xxjliet 1101 IIOILamp1nn Lampion 101 101ilpaca 101Alpala 101Mime
ilpaca IDS Mime lIt QolUhll O GoilihilThe IlChllloo IlChllloorbe 100 100Tie
Tie ll Slevwngrr I Mirnjer enrrtr 100 Ilymettus M Mlamntllc Q8Iam 95tIamiell
Iam lamntllc el1e 103 Debenture llmbentumeanllla 97 97larlllt 97Sarllla
larlllt I02ll 1021 nuul > ulf 82 82Jr 12lIr 52Pr
Jr Sliifkey ITOiOra McKlnner McKlnnerAf 75 75At u uAt
At Han n Francisco PranclsonSAN
SAN FRANCISCO Jan JKenllworth 2 Kenllworth scored scorednotner scoredinotber coredanotner
notner notable victory Iclor here today loda when with withiirru wllbI1l1rns withPenal
Penal iirru up he carried ltd pounds and beat a goodleld rood roodeld roodeld
eld In the fourth race rllc at six furlong furlongFirst rurlonrPlnt funlongFirst
First Rare Seven furtons IurtoncaIII1101jJn Illlloiutn 104 Hclll Hclllrt
rt nl AJ T ArsoRI vBA t nA 1110 12 1 second aerondUrman second1erwan B M J Jterwan
o I to 2 won Purl Dale 94
terwan 101 Martinllolthird Marlin 1I0ltblrd I 10 1 thIrd Time rs Rio Rionpable RioChico RIoThIco
Chico Adirondack distonterre Ulonlcrre Wisteria OnnAlor OnnAlorCapable flenktor7apble
Capable Hooker Star Nova ova and So Friend Friendlio Friendtho rlendalo
alo lio ran ranSecond ranSelond ranSecond
Second Race nacePullrtll Fiiturltv rour rouleCrrnle eCreole Jim 102 103Larson 102Lar 102lArson
Larson Lar on 8 to I won Et Til T Brute ruu 104 J 7 Martin MartInI
3 I to I second cond Ananlt Hi II Duma Bum 2 to 1 third thirdIme tblrd11me thirdrime
11me rime 1033 103 < Ebony KlelnlwoodKentlnh Klelnlwood K Kentish nllb Shrew Rnrewnd SIiTewand Shrewtnd
and nd Selma also ran ranThird ranThJrd ranThird
Third Race RaceOM One mile mllpat Pat MorrUey los Dem Dell Bellto
20 0 to I won El Orltnte 100 10 0 Kelly 10 to I ser sernd RNond seeaid
ond nd Conitellator Con tl1l1tor 100 numD 7 71010 to o 10 third Time
14 42 Lunar Idoto Plan Lou Cleveaden and The TheHewardciM TheSltwardcM Theitewardcas
HewardciM aLto Ab lsr > ran ranFourth rnC1urlh ranIotmnth
Fourth C1urlh Rare R3r Six furlonirs lurlonIlRHenl1wnrth Kenllworth 124 124nums 12 12Dums 124Bumnat
nums 5 to Ii 2 2 won on Martlnmu ItO IO Well t el 7 to 2 2enond 2Henonlt 2sTead
sTead Dolly Haymon lot Lowe u to 2 third thirdIme thIrdlime
11 lime me lW h13 t3 < Mltyi Prtdc ride ilcnnevls and Arab ArabaUo Arabas ArabsiLt
as Uo ran ranFifth rllfth ranFifth
Fifth fth Race RaceSevn Seven furlonisOra Vhs 104 nell BollS
18 8 to 2 won Aunt Polly P Poll l1 lOll 10 O Ktlljr 4 to I second aerondlontebank strondMnnttbank secondontebank
lontebank 110 lliirn illume i 8 to A third Time TimeS7 Time12n TIme27w
12n S7 27w Elfonse Nullah Dotterel Jean Oravler and1mb and andIcnc andRrnc
Icnc alio ran runKl ranSlalh ranSlatti
Kl Slalh lh Ilacr HarfOM Onr mile mil end nd a fiirlontAmlnster fiirlontAmlnsterM rurl nlAmlnsltrtOO
tOO M J 1 Martin 3 to T 2 won Position 107 mum mumtn Damn Damnto numslc
to lc 2 second Pre PrIC1IU tolm inC IO i Belli ft I to 1 third thirdIme IhlrdTlmt thIrdtune
Tlmt tune USSj J is IS Expedient and Arthur Ray also ran ranIce rsnIct mmiiileo
Ice Yachts RAO > In Knovatorni KnovatorniLONU SilouslormLoxu JI1trlllIoso
LONU BnANcn X J I 1 Jun 2 2ln In n blinding blindingnowstorm bllndlnllnoslorrn blIndingnowOtornil
nowstorm with snow Rno twelve Inches I deep In Inpots InpOtM Inp05
pots Frank L J Hheppurd with u party of ofwrteen offourleen ofourtien
wrteen friends went over the fifteen < n mile mileourae milecour mileomirue
cour ourae of the Shrewsbury Shrew blll Ice Yacht and andont andlIont I IloOt
lIont ont Club this lhl afternoon No o attempt wan waniado wasiimile
iado to llni Ilumme the Ih yachts nchtlll yet It Is believed that thatrecord IhRtu
u I record for the course was mode modeMr mlldeIr
Mr Ir Bhcppnrd l Is a nirmher of the Shrews Shrewiu
1111 u ry r Yiicht Club and with Ills 111 party came eameown camedO11 cameowim
dO11 own expressly t9r 9r r n days yachting Al Allouifli AItholllCh Albough
louifli wlndsnownnd wind now and sleet were falling hard hardIOUK hnrdenoulCh hardcough
cough IOUK > I to deter most people from venturing venturingit veoturinlit
0111 lit it threw yacht were Irt brought out recta rectaad reefed reefedrf reefedann
ann ad rf put In shape to cover the course fun Thocms fhoyachtll funachmts
yachtll achmts cms were 1r the Hhrewsbtiry Kagle nlllll and nndagnolin andAlawnollllThey andlagnolimi
AlawnollllThey agnolin They finished In the order named namedidlcsB nnmedaud namedad
aud ad idlcsB lcell than thanfiIteon fifteen seconds lecondseparale separate d them themt themAt
At mt t times they were lost to the view of the theirough thlspectators thepectistors
spectators who attempted to watch Ihe he course courothfoUrh coursehough
thfoUrh hough snowdrift snowdriftnlm snowdnitteelm ftR ftRJlltm
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C Derby DC b Favorite FavoriteIoiisviiLE IrorUrJoullnllLE FavoriteLouisvmILE
IoiisviiLE Ky Jan J 3A A representatIve represenutlvoJohn representatIveI
or I John A Drake the Chicago turfman turfmans turrmAnhili
hili 15 s unsuccessfully vlujtod 1ltoc Churchill Downs DownsT Downlfer DownIt
fer It T the pirrpowj of getting ett nl a apnica price rlCol on Englishmui English Englishiid ElliUhLIlli
LIlli iid the favorite for the Kentucky Derby Derbyminer Derbymnner
Trulner miner Phillips who Is handling English Englishail EnrUlllhLad
Lad ail for Cook this owner stated today that thatB thnlie I
lie B had ilrlou intviomily rtvlou ly refuted r fll < ed an offer olferof of 120000 20000
SCOIt K T li FOIXTlt pm TS TO 3 1l FOBrown FO FO1lIVtSFIl4XI4 OR ORIJoWtij
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Brown Uro Experts J1frll FIniSh Last In Trlanculi TrlanculiLriftie Trianguilleague r rleaKlle
league Taiiriiamrat Tollrllall1fntfiieno Seoond II RlcTrophy tile RIce RIceT tileTrophy
T Trophy uph to Keep First One Onl Cunipat Cunipatat Company CompanyIt
at Ithaoa Ithaoa9rore Scores or Previous Contrit ContritAfter Contflsttl ContflsttlAttlr CoittestAfter
After a day of tips and downs In the annum unmntournament I1nnlllll I1nnlllll10llrnament annumtOllrThiflont
tournament of the lit Triangular I College Ohei OheiL CheeLsaguiO hlsl hlslLeIlIrIlO
L LeIlIrIlO agu6 between Cornell Brown and tliUniversity tli the theUnherAIt thU
University U of Pennsylvania l > the represent representlives rpprMentlltlves repremcentmitires
lives of Cornell Charles L I Hand und Jamt JamtK JamlR IaineU
K Mitchell m hflI emrrired victor with the huh flniscore tlllhi tlllhiIcore huhscore
score of 5H points won on und V 11 i points olrlll los losRnnd lost lostRnlld lostRand
Rand and Mitchell thereby tlllreb secured for thci thciOlnr thpir thpirroll tlmeiI7oligtt
roll I7oligtt < Olnr lttl the second trophy prwntod flrf spnlld b by lean leanTI ImiiIi 1110J
Ii J Hire of New w York or ortc Thronuh time > effort elTorlof effortot Tortll Tortllof
of the same pair list year fIII the first trophy trophwent trophyvent tropimrent
went permanently to Itlmra n year ynarPennsylvunla II age agePennsylvania yo yoPfOnn
Pennsylvania PfOnn lvunlll was H second on this occrisloi occrisloii ocIllslonwith OClhSiOIlwith
i with UK ij to 4 4H 47 j Rod Drown last with 3 woo im llId llIdIjt
5 lost lostIn IjtIn lostIn
In the third round played during dllrin < yeiterdn yeiterdnmorning yetllrdll1II0rnlni yesterdrtniornung
morning Pennsylvania by winning hotHumes both hot hotigames I IlIune9
games managed to tie Cornell whoso reprf reprfl rEprp8Inll1t1pll represcntntlves
l sentntlvps were both beuten In the t t nftci nftcinoon nftpr1 nftpr1nOOIl
noon howev however r the lunlters spoiled thelgood thel thelgood I
good work and both were beaten and thu thuCornell thuR thuRornell thimionnieli
Cornell cutely passed tho crisis crisisTh erisiiJI I
Tho Th KBtn lnrnes s III the third round resulted r > lIlld n nfollows liS liSrollow ci cifoilow
follows Price Brown defeated Jlltchel JlltchelCornell WthlII1 WthlII1Cornpll 1mlilciielCornell
Cornell In it queens gambit lustIng lu tlnar twent twentinoven Iwentiriioves
inoven the latter overlooking a m IlIlItl te > In twmoves tw 10 10mUea twifluves I
moves Waters Brown lost to KlkpntiieJ KlkpntiieJ1ennsylvanin IilkplllrlcklennSlvllnul Iilkpatikklennayltscniu
1ennsylvanin In n queeiig QUIIII8lIumblt gambit lustln hustliiitlmlrtlilne lustlnthirtynine IIIMlng 1 1thlrllIln
thirtynine movfM WaIst WKI rf lied un eve evetnuniK een eveneflalhig i iInUIIIK
tnuniK when lie ixrnihlrd his adversary nder ary t twin 10 10will ii iiwin
win n piece lind 1 Il1d t crlI < rt < jl Ust II sl u pIece 111 t a aan al mmln i
an piirlystuyengatnslKuuKlitof plrl early stUN1 ngalr18l JoulIlCht of Pennsylvanl Pennsylvanland 1ln fllvanla fllvanlaand
and lest a Frrncli defense after thlrtyt thlrtytliiovrH thlrtyho thlrtyhoIlIovl tliirtytbcilmovea
liiovrH M the cloui clO doe I of titus round Cortiul Cortiulund CorllullI tortieiend
und Ieiinsylvnnhi i IIIIRIlInh were lift on totals of aito 3 3to 37
to JVJ 2 y with lirouii third v t I Ih h 2 pellift pelliftThe iiclilsTb
I The Tb fourth and dual round ruunda wun wmi starlet stirtoiIninirtliutPly starletitiiiuietiutely tllrtl tllrtllrulllttlallly <
IninirtliutPly aflfr lunchfon and resulted n nfollows itS itSflloR mu mufollows
follows Mitchell lk COrllllI > rneH outplayed Kirk KirkPatrick lUrkpalrlck Kirkpatrick
Patrick Pennsylvania 1nu lvunl1 throughout a ccntr ccntrfriimblt centrigimflblt litre litregllmbltJ
friimblt gllmbltJ and scored aricr nfr twenlyflv monK niovmitund rilovCHftmnd I IJtnnd
itund Corntll und Irlcv Droftn hud H 1l1ltI 1l1ltItolltrsl Jlvfl JlvflfontcKt liyilcontct
fontcKt Initiated by b a Kuy Hu Lopez opez und th thtwo Illp liiitwo
two players emerged with equal < ud materlnl materlnlKund IIInterlnlllIlId nmmiterinlHand
Hand pluye < l the tit better lter ending and score scoreaftir scorld scorecaffrr 1 1arlr
aftir thirtyfive tIlrtlIte inovts inovtsFuuifhti mmmovcalmnmgtmt 1
Fuuifhti 1 IIIUhl Pennsylrmiia lost lo t another II otJlr Rti RtitiitrtyHicht Ruy I1iiLopci 1 1Jopr
Jopr to ratlOr utera or BrowlI I lime hp game 1IIIIUnr 1IIIIUnrthlr1yotlicht Iattlnthlrtyeliitht
tiitrtyHicht inovcK Wnttrs lllrll won a IIUlell queelbr < mee meefor I I10r
for rook anti Iliullallht Icnluht and pushed Ilu hed tliisadvHnta tliisadvHntato thlsudY titl aiivantagt aiivantagtto ntaN ntaNto
to n sum simueewsfmil UCIf > Mful flll iasuieAfter Istue IstueAfter IIII u I
After the plav IIIII rcsolutlmm OIUUllIlH of thanks wu wupa Wfre WfrepU werspavad
pa pavad ied fd oil bhalf of the lenini < to Irof Itlndonor Itln 1tI0Pdonor Itiopdonor
donor of the tit challenge hulJt > ntte trophy Hernia Herniaitlddtr JIerm811Itlddlr liermaititidder
itlddtr who whose hOll < t I1IN1tll i wts the players were an anto and lndto andto
to the German Press Irp Club for the use II of It Itroorrm IU IUroonill lbrooms
rooms roorrmTho roonillI roomsiImP
Tho final Rums iciorte iM OIl > rn of the contestants ar arMitchell are arenlilpndtl arta
I nlilpndtl nlilpndtlI a qmendedPlovers
Plovers Colleqri ColleqriCornell Won IoaS Lost LostMitchell
LOti LOtiICanlt
I Mitchell MitchellHind 1 lf mt Cornell CornellCornell S I IS 12
Hind HindKlrktxtrlck Cornell CornellPennsylvania S > i 1 1Zj Iii IiiKlrkpatr1rk IKlrkpstnlrk
Klrktxtrlck KlrktxtrlckKauellt Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaPrnnsylvanli Zj U IIf IIftlurhl
Kauellt KauelltPrice Prnnsylvanli PrnnsylvanliDrawn I a aCornoll aPrI 3Price
Price PriceWaters PrI < e Drawn DrawnDrown Nwn 2 2 2Waters 2Waters
Waters Drown I 3 3lornpH 3ornoil
Cornoll hn now won on the th vhniiiplonohl vhniiiplonohlfour chAlIIllloMlalprOl1r
four times III11 s and Pennsylvania once on lf Th Threcord fhrpcord lierecord
record to date dateVmr dallnar dateiMr
Vmr Cornril Vita Hruirr HruirrIfW IIruulIHIIII RruumIbsim
IfW Oi It II I I
1000 5t i iJXTKIIXATIOXAL 3 3 3I >
I 2901 YOI C 4I 4IliI02 S I
liI02 S 41 I41 41tl103 4i 4iISMS
it New iI One OITrrrd for fouan an Annual nllllll1 Rella RellaDllll 1111Idlily
Dllll Idlily Contest of Touring Carl CarsRules CarlRules CarlRules
Rules for a new international automobile automobllireliability aulomoblleI automobilereliability
reliability contest that Is expected to occup occupwith occuPY occuPYwith occupwith
with respect to the touring cars almost tin thisame lhe lhelIame tinMine
same position thut the Bennett cup raibe r now noiholds nolVbolds nowhold
holds toward racing racin machines have beet beeipromulgated bPl1IpronlUlaaled beetpronsuigated
promulgated In Europe and arrangement arrangementfor
for tho first contest arc being made ThIs ThIsevent Thlievent Chisevent
event Is the Inspiration of the I he Bavarian artist artlrHubert artletHullert artistHubert
Hubert von Herkomer who recently do donatcd donllted donated
natcd a trophy valued at I2SOO 2500 to the Bavarian BavarlaiAittotvoblli Bavarianto DavaniarAmitoi
Amitoi Aittotvoblli to obllp Club as trustee for an annual annuai annual annuali
i i mationul contest eonle t It will be a challenge challengitrophy challenlleIrophy challengetrophy
trophy like that now held by the German Oermaiclub Germanclub lermarclub
club for the race of last year but It will no nobe not noth notbe
be h a perpetual prize as Is the Bennett t cup cupThe cupfhe cuprhe
The Von Herkomer cup will become btcometht the pos possession POSRrSRlon possession
session of the club winning it three times timesThe timesfhe tuneslime
The trophy Is In silver and is the work o oProf ot otPror oh ohProf
Prof von Herkomer HerkomerIn
In accordance with the donors wishes the thiflrst thefirst timefirst
first years ears contest Is to be held in Bavaria Bavariath Bavarialhe Bavariathe
th the second In England and subsequent com competitions competitlOlli conipetitions
petitions in the th country holding the trophy trophyThe trophyThe trophyThe
The touring car Is described d as a vehicle vehiclewhich vehiclewhich ehlcle1hlch
which in construction and operation is cap capable capable capable ¬
able of covering lone distances over all classes classoiof claasesor classesotroade
of otroade roods at a relatively rapid pace It must muiibe muatb mustbe
be b of pleasing design and comfortable The Thefirst Thetlrst Timefirst
first contest is to be held In the early part partof partor partof
of August Au nlst next starting from Munich The TheEnglish The1nlllIsh TimeEngUsh
English American French and Austrian Austrianclubs AUltrianclub8 Austriandub
clubs may enter sixteen can each and the thebavarian thllIt theliavminian
bavarian It vlLrlan Belgian Herman Danish Italian ItalianDutch italianDutch Italianlutcb
Dutch Kusslsn and Swiss olubs not more than thantlirht tbanIIght thancight
tlirht vehicles each The Bavarian Club Clubhas Clubhils Clubhas
has power to aecide whether the contest contestshall con contestshall teet i i8hat
shall bn held If there are not more than forty fortycars fortycarll fortycars
cars entered and to restrict the number numberto
to eighty competitors An entry fee of 1120 1120has 1120ba 120 120has
ba has to be paid in respect of each car ar three threemonths threemonthS threemonths
months before the contest takes place Any Anylub Anyclub Anyclub
club lub entering at least eight CATS can appoint appointa
a i delegate to the central Mmmittee o mnmittee who whomay whoIII whoboy
III boy may nv act as a Judge JudgeAll JudlleIt judgeAU
All It competing cars must be entirely manu mannraured manufactured llIanutaMured ¬
factured in the country countr In respect of which whlqhban whlchthe whichthey
the they are entered ex except pt 10 tar 8S regards reurd8the regardsthe
the tires and 110 one firm may enter more morethan moreban
than ban two cars The contest contestxtend which will willextend 111 111eltlnd
extend over tight days is one of reliability reliabilitynd
and nd not of speed sP ed although the programme programmeilll prOlrrammwill progranlrnewill
will provide for Kilometre speed trill and andhl1 andbill
illl climbing contests these the e being each dlvided dl dlrided divided
vided Into three classes c1I1Rllescars cars up to is horse noraejower horlepower horsepower
power vehicles from 15 to SO horsepower horsepowermd
md cars over ov r 30 horsepower No restriction restrictions
Is s placed on the horsepower of the competing competingan
eRrs an which are to be equipped with two twobrakell twoIrakes
irakes spree mud guards two lamps Ac Aciit tcbut c cbut
but iit thn tlm weight wehlht limit IB fixed at 1100 kilo klloirnmmes3200 kilornmmps2200 kilomamntemt2200
irnmmes3200 pounds poundsThroe poundAThree pommndslhroe
Throe of the elBht days will be devoted to toihort toshort toshort
short pleasure runs three to touring work workme workon worknile
on me to special tests In the way of consump consumpInn conf1umptlon conhlmmplion
tlon Inn brakes and bill climbing capabilities capabilitiesmd CIIPllbUUle8and ciipmibIlitlesnd
md one to kilometre trials with flying ana anaitnndlne and flnrtllndlni andetanding
itnndlne starts A minimum speed of 25 25tllometres 2ilom tatitlornetrea
lom tllometres treR an hour and a daily run of at atenet atIpII ateat
IpII eat t ftoo 50 kilometers will be expected expect d of the theoinpptlnr thetOrnpptlnc theonipetin
oinpptlnr cars In the touring contest contestThe contelltThe contestlime
The Rejection of the winning vehicle will willto 11111hI willle
hI to mnd < by mentis of points III the one having havinghe havirllrthe
the he least to be the successful u lful car The co cot cotoJ costl t tif
oJ if l the cheapest chassis chn iII entered will form formhe formthe formhe
the he basin and every ISO 00 above this will mean meanme meanon meanne
on me mark against the vehicles vehiclesMarks vehiclellJrkll vehiclesMarks
Marks ranging rl rangIng nllln from ao to see can be given givenho rIvenb
b V the judges in n respect of any competitor competitorwho
who ho fails fnlls to follow rol ow instructions Instruct 10M polloo regu regutlonn relfUJAUon requatlons
JAUon tlonn Ac Points will also be awarded In Inectlnn Inctloll inctlnni
ectlnn 2 In reepect of comfort convenience convenienceor
10r or luggage Quiet running and simplicity simplicityhe
the he Advantage In this case being to secure as asmny I Imnny asninny
ninny mnrks as A possible poeslblehthey they beIng deducted deductedrom deductPdtrom deductedram
trom rom those I bo boss f abovespec abovespeclhcd fled cd In deciding as to tohe tothe tohe
the he winning car carTOI carTOI carTo
la lay ii nr the Intrrlnn I EntertngWedge Wedge to ins In Return Returnto
to the > Saddle Next Tear Yrartfpfrtaj TearSpeCial
SpeCial Cable Ditpatth to a THR Sew SewLusnov 5cm1imDON
Lusnov Jan 2 Richard Croker will not notthn notme
me the solitary American trainer and owner ownerf
f horses on the English turf In 1904 as wan wanxivctPcl wasxvcteil
xivctPcl at time end of the Into season Tod Todtonn Todilofln
tonn Intends to start n stable with n dozen dozenf
Pr f his own horses and what others he can got gottrain ge geI
> train His friends believe that this Is the thenterinjf timenterlng
nterlng nterinjf wedgp to his return an u jockey In Ina
905 They say he realizes the errors of the themaSt
maSt a t and Is anxious to make amends Olfl Olfllally 151tally
tally there la nothing against Sloan with the thourf themirfiintborities
mirfiintborities urf authorities He was never ruled off the theracks theracks
racks nor was his license revoked He was wasImply wasImply
Imply advised unofficially not to apply for forJockeys forjockeys
Jockeys license No license Is required for fortrnlner fortrniner
trnlner trnlnerap trninerap
ap and Bells at Iaitleton Stud Farm FarmLEXINGTON Puns3nxio70n
LEXINGTON Ky Jan 2 The noted race racenre racemare
mare Cap nod Bells by Domino flonlnolnip Imp Ben Benly Beniy
ly Chree owned by J 1 H nnd F P Keene Keenerrlved Keenerrhted
rrlved here today to be retired to the stud studI
t I Ctsleton farm Cap And Bells was sent sentKnglnnd
0 > Knglnnd by the Keenes In 1000 lo and the theHewing
0 > Hewing year won the clnnslc Oaks at Epsom Epsomhie
hie Is the only Oaks winner In Anmerlethe America Americaho
ho will bn hi mated the coming season to Ben Beniriish lienirumsim
iriish With her came the American Derby DerbyInner DerbyclaImer
Inner Wyeth who Is to b be retired to the theud limetud
ud ut Walnut Hill Farm FarmLuclcn FarmimIuden
Luclcn Lyre thurrack I he crack jockey accompanied accompaniedy
my y his lmi father BiO S I Lyne the well Known KnownIth knownreeder
reeder left or New Yorjc today to confer confermith
Ith James K Keene on hfn riding arrangerents arrange arrangeents
rents the coming racing season lyne lyneither lyrmeather
ither thought as he took the traIn tljnt he heubJB tieouid
ouid do inct of imim riding for time Keene Keenetflble
ubJB lit this country thin liml year
ISILIJl flIM til nrcoxn nrcoxnIll fl1 IS ISIt
Ill Urn rsm and situ Tim Ilj inmm nn In Ufiiilnlscfnt MootHow Moot Muom110w
How Ituilolpli Was as Ilaiulluapliril IlaiulluaplirilThe
The moat unusual billiard gamp I eve evesaw eveisaw
saw said Alfred De Oro the other otim r night nightan
an he and Tim Flynn were reminwcing ova ovabilliard ovembilliard
billiard and pool occurrence 5was was In thicity this thiscity
city In the days when Hudolphe wus In hi hiprime 111prime
prime A Venezuelan dropped into ai aiuptown amuptown
uptown room and wanted to paya play a gameRudoiphe game gameRudolphe
Rudolphe wa wise presentand present and offaredto offered to play playthe plathe
the utranger but the latter evidently knot knotRudolphe kneeRudoiphe
Rudolphe was an expert for he IrwLstod lnsmlstedot lnsmlstedothauidicapping ot othandicapping
handicapping RuUolphe The term of hi hihandicap 1mbhandicap
handicap were peculiar Rudolphe WOK t thold Ic Ichold <
hold a sheet of paper under his right arm armand armand
and If the paper fell out while he was shoot shootI shootlug
I lug he forfeited t he game Try t o shoot wit with withyour 1 1your
your right elbow held lightly i agalnHt tin tinbody thebody
body all the lie time and you will see the I lie diffl difflcultjw difficuhties
cultjw Rudolphe had to contend with withWell withWell
Well Rudolphe won on the game Just the sam samand cameand
and with 11 a hundred dollars which was waiwhat waswimat
what they played for However the Vene Veneezuelan Veneezuelan
ezuelan got t he hundred back at poker pokerVhenJakoSchacfervanaboyandwork pokerWhen
When VhenJakoSchacfervanaboyandwork VhenJakoSchacfervanaboyandworking Jako Schaefer wwiaboyand work worklug
lug In my room I matched him against ngnlnsUudplpho againstItud9lphe
Uudplpho one Sunday for 100 4 side sidesaid sidesaid
said Mr Flynn The match was played playetin
in Rudolpbes room which WM crowded crowdedEverybody crowdedEverybody
Everybody in the room saw Jake make i icertain a acertain
certain dipt shotexoept except the referee jwhd who evi evididnt evidontly
dontly did not ieee t he shot count tor he hedidnt
didnt allow It and he was square This Thlsup Thlsupset ii iiset
set Schaefer and he went to pieces pieceebut but n nwas he hewas
was only a boy A week before he and andwere 1 1were
were playing a 300 point game gamewe we play playst played playedMt
st raight rail In t hone days I had 285 point pointon pointstoSbaefer
toSbaefer miotilng when he got the balls ballson
on the rail Railing wasnt common ii iithose in inthose
those days daystliis this muat have been thlrt thlrtyearn thirty thirtyyears
yearn ago agobut but when Schaefer finished finishehis finishedhis
his Inning he had run the game out W Wwere We Wewere
were playing on a 8x12 table and in makin makinhis makinhis
his 300 run Schaefer carried the balls aroun arounthe arounthe
the table just once finishing just where wherhe wherehe
he began beganI
I never saw Fees play billiards bu buI but butI
I bellqve that if Schaefer had taken takeigood takengood
good car of himself he would have been beigreater beengreater
greater than Ivea the greatest of them all alli allThe
The first player I ever saw to use the rail railnurse
i nurse wai was Maurice Daly Daly was a fineplayer fine fineplayer
player and would be just aa good as the thebest thebeat
best today if he had kept atit all the time timeBut timeBut
But his business of course occupied his hiitime histime
time timeTMTho
timeThe The best money player I ever saw sawI sawl sawlI
I think Sexton was wedSextrin Sexton and Cyrllle CyrllleDion CyrllleDlorm
Dion Strangely enough though I could couldalways couldalwaya
always beat Sexton when we played playedI
I guess Schaefer could beat roe 3 to 1 1now 1now
now but whe whcji I was In my prime the cracks crackeused cracksused
used to give me120 me 20 per cent and it was wasa wasa
a pretty even game I think I played as aswell aswell
well as I ever did up to fifteen years ago agoYou agoYou
You see I Lam am 59 years old and my arm armisn armIan
Ian t as steady as it was and I Idon dont tpractlse tpractlseas practie practieas
as much U Is remarkable how vlgnau Vignauxplays vlgnauplays
plays aa well aa he does at his age but butam I Ian
am an told that he practises practlsesconstantlyand constantly and lea leathe lestthe
the table eight hours a day dayFlOnTH dayFIGHTS
Slany Man InterestlnB flatties Decided on New NewYearf Newieara
Yearf Day DayMcGovern McGovrrn a WinnerPugiliats Winner WinnerPugilists
Pugilists were busy on the first day of the thenew thenew
new year and many Interesting scraps In Invarious invarious
various rings were decided The best battles battleitook battlestook
took place at Allentown Pa SagInaw Jlloh JllohBaltimore 3tlohBaltimore
Baltimore and Schenectady The contest at atAllentown atAllentown
Allentown was between Terry McGovern and andLen andLen
Len Henninger of Allentown and demon demonstrated demonstrated ¬
strated that the exfeatherweight champion championstill championstill
still has the punch The pair were to tohAve tohave
hAve met for six rounds but In the second secondTerry secondTerry
Terry handed Uannlnger n couple of vicious viciousrights viciousrights
rights In the pit of the stomach and Henninger Henningerwent Henningerwent
went down and out outAt outAt
At Saginaw Joe Grim ot Philadelphia en engaged engaged ¬
gaged In his first long fight In public Hemet He Hemet
met Gus Gardner another Quaker for fifteen fifteenrounds fifteenrounds
rounds and although the fighting Italian was washammered waslmmmmnmered
hammered all over the ring he was still up upnnd upnnd
nnd doing at the finish Gardner did all he hecould hecould
could to knock Orlni out but to no avail availAH availAs
AH Gardner forced the fighting throughout throughoutho
ho was tho ho winner Gardner actually tired tiredhimself tiredhimself
himself out hitting Grim GrimCyclone GrliimCyclone
Cyclone Hilly Larry colored of 1hlla 1hllaielphiu Philadelphlmi
ielphiu and Young Peter Juckson had gn gninteresting n nInteresting
Interesting tilt at Baltimore Ball Imoro heforn the Eureka EurekaA
A C barry made u poor showing and was wasDiltclanspd wnaoimtcltms5Pd
Diltclanspd It required five rounds to prove proveihut provethmmt
ihut Inrry tens not In it for with a heavy heavyright imeasyrigimt
right swing In tho fifth round Jackson knocked knockedLnrry knockedLn
Ln Lnrry out outThe
The twenty round bout between Pinky PinkyRvann PinkyEvans
Evans of YonkerS and Johnny Reagan of ofBrooklyn ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn at Sohonectudy before the Rotter RotterIsm Rotterdarn
Ism A 0 went the limit and was declared a aIraw adraw
draw On actual fighting Evans vans should have havebeen havebeen
been the victor as he did all the work punch punching punching ¬
ing Reagan hard at times But the decision decisionnns decisionwas
was according to a previous understanding understandingthut
that In the event of both men being on their theirFeet theirfeet
Feet at the limit the verdict should lmould be s a draw drawJucK drawliicK
JucK ONtll of 1hlludelphlu who has haseen hasbeen
been > een doing well latch against the cracks crackstopped cracksloppcit
topped Jack Oorman of New eW York ork In the theecond thecond
< econd round of a six round mill at Phlla Phllalelphla Philatieimhin
lelphla The first was tame but In the second secondNell secondDbeIl
DbeIl Nell cut loom and after dropping Dormant Dormanwlce Dormanttwice
twice eventually got home a punch on the thelaw thelaw
law which ended the combat Dorman was waslot wasnot
lot put t6 sleep but was In mulch n helpless helplessonrfltlon hnipieesonditlon
onrfltlon that the referee Interfered and gavehi gave gavehe
he hi fight to ONnll ONnllThe ONollTlm
The Tlm first fl fight ht of the new ynar nar In Boston Bostonvhlch Bostonichiclm
vhlch wns rmma lietnween Georirt Murray of Lynn Iynnmd Lynnmd
md JIntty Baldwin of Chorlestown was too toorotherly toorotherh
rotherly to be Interesting For fourteen fourteenwinds fourteenrounds
winds they did little but pose When they theyvere theyleers
leers up for the final round Referee Donnelly Donnellyold Donnellyold
old them that he Intended to give a decision decisionThen decisionrhen
Then they went In and fought and a draw drawemitted drawesmiited
emitted emittedKILLED esmiitedKILLED
miles of Two Proipeclors Found Poundlied PoundliedMen Wed WedMen
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eaohed ohed here of the killing of two prcs prcston prcsoctore
octore ton William Jon Jones < vi and Henry Alex AlexlelTi Alexincfep1
incfep1 lelTi by Plute Indiana who are threaten threatrng
ng g to rebel The prospectors were workng work workig
ig In the Arrow Caflon Range Henry Henrytowe Henryitowe
towe and James Dunlap two other pros prosoctora prosCCtont
octora passed their tent and found the theodlea theJOdiOmS
odlea oftho of time mop lying near tho ashes of ofholr ofheir
heir camp flre They had been shot and andheir andheir
heir bodies mutilated mutilatedThe mutilatedThe
The murder la ascribed to Pluto Indians Indiansrom Indlanerom
rom the Moapa reservation who are roy rovng royng
ng about committIng depredations on onanchea onaimelmes
anchea and the camps of of surveyors or oriroepectora orirospectors
iroepectora A general uprising is feared fearedrhe fearedhe
rhe trouble started over the sentence of ofleath ofleach
leach on a Plute boy who killed William WUllamear WilliamWilliams
Williams near Las Vegas In August last lastrear
rear ear Hie I hs Indians threaten a wholesale wholesalefiling wholesaletillIng
filing of whites if the death sontcnoa Is Isarrled isarnied
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District Municipal Court has decided that thatthex thatthe
the finder of articles lost In a department departmentstore 1 1store
store is entitled to the custody of the article articleuntil articleuntil
until the owner claims It and that the store storemanagement storemanag8ment
management cannot demand that the theproperty theproperty
property be turned over to It t to act a atrustee as astrustee
trustee of the article found pending the thediscovery thediscovery
discovery of the owner ownerThe ownerThe
The decision was rendered in the suit aultbrought suitbnughtintheoourtbyMrsCatherineWhite
bnughtintheoourtbyMrsCatherineWhite brought in the court by Mrs Catherine White Whiteto 4 4to
to recover recayerpossessionof possession of two twohatpimuviued hatpins valued valuedat r rat
at 75 which Mrs White found in the Store atoreMrs A 1 1Mrs
Mrs White was shopping with her sister sisterand sisterand
and while sitting at a counter noticed a asmall asomali
small paper parcel by her hand Opening Openingit
it she he found inside two gold mounted and anddiamond anddiamond
diamond studded hatpins She took the thepins thepine
pins to the lost and found d desk sk and the themanager themanager
manager demanded that ate turn them over overM overto
to M him for safe keeping in case the owner ownerreturned I Ireturned
returned to claim them Mrs Whit gave gavejp gaveup
jp the pins but tinder protest protestAdvertisements 4 f fAdertlsementsofthe
Advertisements Adertlsementsofthe of th find were printed printednut firintedbut
nut the owner never appeared and then thenMra i1 i1Mrs
Mrs White put In a claim for the pins th thstore I t1i t1istore
store people refused to reoognlzeher recognize her claim claimmd J Ili Iliarid
md she brought suit Justice Joseph has haswritten haswritten
written a lengthy opinion in which he says saynhat II IIbhat
hat Mrs White Uunder is under the law entitled entitleda L Lo
a o hold the pins an against all the world worldsave Jr Jrsaceonlytherightfulownerbiiattheame
saceonlytherightfulownerbiiattheame save only the rightful owner but at the same sameIme t ji jilime
to bound to seek the
lime owner ownerJustice ownerJustice I Iins
Justice Joseph therefore orders that the thefns j
ins be turned over to Mrs White It I Iikely Is IsIkely
Ikely that the ease will bo appealed ax all allhe allhe
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The police of the Adams street station stationrpoklyn station3rooklyn
rpoklyn were notified yesterday that thatetween thatetween
etween 2 oclock on Friday afternoon and andoclock andr
r oclock y ye4terday terday morning a rats e fe In the theifflco theflICe
ifflco of the New York Central Railroad Railroadicket w wIcket
icket office at S38 Fulton street had been beenorced I Iorced
orced open and 700 in cash and a quantity quantityf
if f postage stamps had he been n stolen The Theurglary Theturglary
urglary was discovered by Manager Managerharlna Managerharles
harlna C Balnea when he opened the office officeesterday officeresterday
esterday morning The wife that was wasobbed wasobbed
obbed Htood within fifteen foot of the theindow 4l 4lvlndow
indow vlndowManager indowManager
Manager Balnei told Copt Harkins that thatho
ho 10 burglani had evidently been frightened frightenedff
i > ff ao they had overlooked Sll 13 In the theompartment theonspartment
ompartment In which was the 1700 700 and I IISO
ISO In another compartment In the name nameRice sam I Iitlice
Rice In a large cafe belonging to the theVenteott th thFestoott
this held heldonfderablo I Ionelderablo
Venteott Express Company
onfderablo money but no attempt WM WMmde 41 41nade
mde to rob robit robitCapt it itCapt
Capt Harkinn notified the Detective Detectivelureau p plureau
lureau and Detective Sergeants Murphy Murphynd
nd Raleigh were put on the cace eCe iTiey iTieyild ineyaid
aid the be burglar wait very considerate considerateo considerateahehadtaicengrsutpalflstOlockallthe
ahehadtaicengrsutpalflstOlockallthe o he had taken great pains to lock all the theoora i iIooru
oora after committing the robbery Capt CaptIsrklna Captlarkins
Isrklna raid ald that the police would work worka
a the theory that a burglary had bo bprt bprtonunitted n nmnrnltted
mnrnltted and would make endeavors to tomrehend topprehend
mrehend the culprit It U saId that fatU fatUdozen bi bidozen
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