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THE SUN, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1911.
8" CURRENT SPORTING GOSSIP M'lAitL.wa .w.i r claim liiiiit ii i'.wiit title. riilcruo llo.cr Maa MclKtit "calf Hero I I nfnlr ami ISceil ItrvMim Hrllrve He ran Itrnl Ml t'otner :tt I.TI I'niituK Scnllu; hi :t Is rirr WvUU. "No woiibr Wolirnst mint In iclire'" snld liovlin; eiithusliisl yestiMilay. "With Mich tlnngoioin persons ii Mel inland ami Muriiti on lilt t rail 111 claim tn Hip light weight iliniiiplotrdilp doesn't iippenr to b vvorlh much. Why, MiTatlnnd would fairly e.M iin YVnlgnst In n twenty or twenty llm roimil limit, anil n would .Mornn. As lor Kno koul Htnwii, I don't believe ho could put n ulon mi r.ul." In ten rounds. If Motntl couldn't Ihlllel any ibitn.ige in Hint length of time yon ran rest nsstiril that K, (I. cytildti'l. for tlio Inttcr due'ii'l class viltli Mornn at all'" Whcii'vor sporting men mot yesterday Mci'iirliiiid's victory over .Moran at the Fairmont A. C. Tuesday night n on tho tl of tho tongue. It wiis coin1 rally con ceded that MrKarlaud Is in a clns hy him self an u hover, and as Tommy Ryan, the former middleweight champion, says, l'ackey Isoiio of the best ctpoiicntH of ring srlenoo over developed in America or any other ronntry. Then why shouldn't Mor'.irlmid he rncog Hired as the real lightweight champion of the world? That I a niti'stlon heanl fre quently.nnd Mch'niland answered It In this manner yesterday "1 am not a welterweight. Hint's a sure thing. If I went Into that class and took on men at IIJ ilngsldo or I4." at everl .hour before, timing time I would lie at a disadvantage. There I no written rule that compels tlio lightweight chnmplon to defend his title at 13.1 ringside. Ills only a habit, and It prevails In tills country alouo. When 1 weighed In at .' o'clock Tuesday afternoon 1 actually carried IM' pounds, although I did not make tlio (act public. I weighed 1S3 at 2 o'clock for Fred Welsh In Kngland last vear and 133 at 3 o'clock for .tack tlnod man hero several weeks ago. I couldn't have been in better trim physically than I showed with Moran.and 1 really believe I could have made 133 ringside and still have won on points with a safe margin. Hut I maintain that ringside weighing ln't fair to anv man unless he Is well under the re quired limit without reducing. "Tho lightweight limit In hugland, where the boxing authorities take everything Into consideration. Is 13.", at 'J o'clock. If that limit governed championship bouts In America I would have a stranglehold on the title, but an It is 1 must run the risk of weakening myself by making 133 riugsldo If 1 want to fight W'olgast for the title. I believe If the English weight scale cannot be adopted here there should bo a compromise, and 1 would suggest that 133 at 3 o'clock be mado tho now American limit. 'I lien every boxer who could make that weight would I'O eligible to try for t lie American title, which would douhtliss lead up to the undisputed possession of tho world's cham pionship in this country. "As Welsh is due here this week I am Bullous to meet Mm at ono of tlio local clubs. I bcit lil in fairly and siiuarely In Kngland according to a majority of the billing critics, but the referee called the bout a draw. I tried to get another match with Welsh oer there but he wouldn't stand for Mr. t'orri as referee, so 1 had to tome back empty handed. Hut If Welsh w 111 meet me, as ho says, at 133 at - o'rlock I'll mako a mutch in it hurl y. If 1 full then 1 may go to Kngland to box Matt Wells, the new light" eight chimpion of Ureat Itritam. I know 1 can heat Wells at any distance. and If 1 do I can near Lord Lons dale's belt, but even then I am barred from winning the American tltlo because of the 133 ringside stipulation lieie. It doesn t seem fair to mo. and I am going to start agitation for it new scale of weights in this country. 1 don't believe theie s a chance for me tn take on Wolgast, for he probably means to ictus on his laurels, lint I mil willing to meet Mor.m ugaln, or anv other man in the world, I believe I am thu best lightweight in tlio world and I am seriously thinking of laying tormal claim to the title. "Dont forget that Kid l.avigne when ilmmpion lost his title to h'r.iuK Krne at K", pounds, woigiilin; at :i I M., and that Krne in turn wan be'iten by dans at 136 at r) I'. M. Hulls was i onitielled to mike 133 rlngsldn to secure matches with Rattling Nelson, who is chiefly lespnnslhle for hav ing that weight the limit to-tay. I think that a lightweight w ho calls himself a cham pion should be willing to concede a pound or two to a legitimate challenger rather tlinn hide behind an unfair condition." "Mchurliiud shous class," hiIu Referee Haley of the Nationul Sporting ( lull, "for one important louson. lie knows tho iihmii- )nc of foot footwork. The aiersgo Imver lelnre tho public at th" pieent tune ilwn t .now how to uso his led and theiefom lacks speed. Mch'iirl.in.l lij darliu.' In unci Mint and hitting about the ring tlopr in perplexing fashion adds speed to his lapid fire attack mid defence and mikes it almost Impossible for n rnmturativoli' slow coach to touch mm. .speed is ui whole thing. If you haven i got It you can't be a champion. Mi'l'.iriiiui would smother such men as Wolgast an. I Hioun. He's one of the best bovers I vo over seen " "I used to be a bit speedy, s.iid doling lirirro, the Australian, v.no nn tne hum, i and may be I could have made i'a; key I P-f 6JIel5''.r ' .'."V.1'. " 1 '"'V uuu. ii. - - . i. i u- aii . U1K I VU I III III Kile thing about liun is thai Hio.it remark-; 10 floosii I ! ro tn for slugging, niiimugii liieic s no lMrt that lie can hit tie plays the gama mi all Ui war." .11m Barry of Chicago ami .loc .lMnnlte of this city are mul lied to box ti-n round nt the National Sportin ( li.li hero to night. The)' met In I'liltailclplila as n pre liminary to the tlrnt firowii-Wolnu-i baitl) and put ii u sensational affair .icnnnclte tecelved n cvere troinulni: In the H.-.I four rounds, but ho rallied tltb so much game, ness that Im hail Harry as stralRhl us a Hiring in Dm last two loimds Harry won that scrap by 11 small innruiu ami .leaunette bus been mislius to .(iiiare hccoiiiiIk ever1 hince. Win or lose .leannetio intend, lo sail I for Paris on Saturday lie is anxious to meet the winner of the jinnford-.Mc cy flfht on March In a finish contest elis wis ax tiii: mat. Ilefpat I'rli;ilet1 lrliiccton Team b) S l-'i limits In I 1-2. PittM i.tiis'. March 1.1.- The Vale wrest ling team had little difficulty In disposing of the crippled I'rincelon atk'teifntion to-nlRht by .it, bouts to I'j, l'our lllls uot decNIoux over their opponents by show ing their ki eat el- skill, llrown, who wrestled In tho heavyweight class for I'rinceton, was n novice nt the game nnd was unable lo get to Hi" mat with I'erry, his opponent The match was declared tie after two oitra periods (.'apt t'leveland of Yale, who has yet to be thiown in nn Intercollegiate match, threw I'cnlli Id with a half ni"liin and wrist hold in a l:n-i match 'Die match, which was postponed, caught the Princeton team in bad shape, as their captain and best man wore unable to compelo, I'rettymnn and r.lmendoil of I'rincelon were In no con dltlnn to wiestle nnd both wore unabW to stand the pne set by their opponents. ine siiiiiiii. iiie Hantaan I'lavs Ifltrhcoek. Ydle, re I'rlnieton, rrtvnl iii full time. Srcitai ctvlon ovei I UnlilHil.' over Semjtli Welteril I threw Mi lm In -V nilniili's VtlddliHii. over A. T ll U trlit II" threw Peni -w rlst linifl in llrn 1'ale. dri i tn illume hmi nirr I'rrltyniaii, "lit SUene, Vale, reeilved de- ic'iiinri rrinri-loa, run I me Whcil'r, Vnl, nrrlved drrlslon 'llnrrtiin. full lime. H II. tlrmnud. Prlnretnn, e Vale, with ft Mile etiamcry hcilii il I " i.cniul. 1 very, Vale, rneliril drrNlon nnd. Prliirrtnii, lull limp vv i-jg-hi ('apt I IcvcUnil, 1'ale, . I'llinemn, ulih n half nelson and nitt Hi"- 22 s eiintl' Itrmwi, Prtn'-i'iiin, snd Peuy, .,ie leu inlntite limit and two tin re Harvard-'. niell lloat lluccs on lla 27. f'A.vini.iii . .Mnrih M I ides tlio ilnr Tard rimip r i iimmittee changes its plans the I'rim-iMi's anuiial hurt race for varalty nud I'lciihie i u.iili muell will b" rowed at Itlinci i" .". it ii i tl.i v. May 'J7 Cornell, us prevlni -.)' ii n n 1 1 ii cd, liad li.H'ii holding out lor ti itnie for i long fine, nnd Har vard, a 1 1 " M'li It uaiiletl im earlier dale, has ai in ceil I lie mitttni, however. If lenp.-ni. i nut ko befoio the ntliletlu lommuiee Inn will be loft entirely in the 1 1 a ti il - ii. i e iowIiii: management, svms sei'ool llenls lloai; at IlasUelltall. l ll" i long School court eslenlay after noon lite isyuis Hchool five defeated the Hoik le,ii by n si oik of 27 lo III. Th b ins In nith I, Aiiplohen and Cleveland in Ihe lineup put up a fr.st ami lively game, ItoliliiHi ilielr oppixieuiK donn to three litituis when the llrst Ii ilf ended. In tlio mm owl half Schlley and Williams for the i mat iitiys iiiayeu ai i ieir nest nnil man used to make leu niorn pnntn or their lent llm Nylin boys, however, forged nltea I near the finish and made eleven mine lioiiii.i, uhlcb illuchcd tho victory. .varan no.ir n.vi:s. T. ami N. Takes ihn Honors nn Seronil bay at Palm Uracil. 1'At.M IIkacii, Tin., Moich Ift. The motor T. and H loo horse-power, owned by W. I", Coachman of .Jacksonville, got the honors In tho second day's race or tho Palm Beach Power llo.it AsMicl.illoti races, capturing Dm eighteen lull handicap this evening, open In nil, mid also tho -econd rara this morning for bonis 32 feel long and over, the latter over a i mile couise. Tho other winners weie 'I ho Huelo, '.Inmcs.l. Clark of Philadelphia, owner, and thn KuleolT, owned by K. C. tloodwyn of .New Smyrna The latter defeated nil comers In a four and a half mil" rni e, nhlln the former competed with the boats under 32 feel over n similar course, In the eighteen tulle tan1 this afternoon the Nnelo would have won, but the Judges penalised her for cm ceding her handicap. I he lilnna, owned by I). II McMillan of Jacksonville btoke a ronnectlng tod and was out. of this morning's races, niti al though she stalled In the distance; race was too henrlly handicapped by tho acci dent to make anv showing A spectacular featum of the day's incing wasdho wav Stuait Hlucktcn's boat, The Vltn, and Coachman's I. A H took the funis nt the stake-. Neither slacked speed and went around. mechnulclHiis hnngim: to the upper sldo. new boat just from tho simps, tho Florida Cracker, owned by (ieorgo (iingrass of Kockledge, made her Tn st trial run this afternoon und will enter to-motrow's races, Hlie has Phi hotse po iver, .VKir lltilldlng VAVIIT FOR CLASS Q at Kstlncton I'roin llortcs sl .Mower IHsIkik. There will be two new boats In class ( this year and these with the firayjaeket, chaniplou of last year, the Soya and Spider, new last year, and some of the older craft, will very much boom tho racing In this class, w hich Is mostly conduct nd on (Jraves end Bay. Ono new boat Is for (Iherardl Davis and Is building from designs by William (lardner, who designed the I my Jsckct. The other Jien craft Is being built nt Ksslngton and Is from dt'signs by Hones A Mower. The dimensions of the new boat are 3 feet over all, V feel on the water line. 8 feet beam and fi feet draught She will spread about MO suuaru feel of cinvas. The spars will be hollow anil the rigging and blocks have been designed to save all possible weights aloft The hull Is built lo conform with the scantling rcuulreinents. The keel, frames. deadwoods, Ac, are of oak and the plunk-, lug is careiuuy seiccieil j'enow nine ueiow the water line and white oedir above. h deck Is of while pine canvas covered. The boat has a low cabin Hunk and n small watertight cockpit. All the Joiner work on deck Is of mahogany Tho boat will he painted with black emanel paint on th topsldes, with a bold stripe nt the sheer, a white boot top at the water line and a light green racing composition on the under body. This boat will be ready for launch ing next month and will lie brought lo I his liort early to tune up for racing. Iler on ner Is a racing yachtsman w ho at present w i-hes to be unknown Sl'LLIVAX STOPS FEHS. Kefcree Interferes in the Fourth Itoiind of Tliclr limit at Shark 's. Paddy Hulllvan of llrookbn niale a punching bag of Harry Kerns at the Sharkey A. C. last night, and aft-r a minute of light ing in tho fourth round the lefereo Mopped the contest. Perns was much cut up. He had very little ring cienco. v. Idle Sullivan made him look like a novice. In the third round he put Perns to the mat witli a swing on the Jan , As tho boll sounded starting the fourth round Sullivnn rushed at Kerns and placed stiff left jolts to the Jaw and Kerns went down. After a count of eight he got ti his feet and made several eftorts to land lilnvt' HtillU'im thitn riiali..,! hli iitnt, ft the roes and sent several blows M the ' """i' .became a Soke nud the colts liam -head and bodv. Kems colli 1 not stand mered out enough hits In the last Iwo the punishment and began t Maggor , nrnxn.l A'.nallf Miilllvni, lull l,U rl.rl.t I over, which cut oen tue eye At t il, stage of tho affair the referee stopped the contest. sves sasritx intars ni: a. loi kev Rrnu In Inre.l anil tinner llrn lockcv t.rovs injured anil owner l.rav Mlispemleil. .1 vcasnvvii.t.v, March IS, While on (he way to the post for tho last race tn-d.iv Spes .N'o'tia, who was ildden by (Jross, niied like a crar.v liorse and inn Into the .!,. i..ii',.,i..,. .... i... ' 1 1 P in in'- iiiiro iiiiiuii: "mi iiirnsi 10 mr fen.e twice, lull ctlng two cieep cut on the Klllo't and ll.iiley having reached riders leg. After a delay or ten minutes n,e haes on a wall: nnd a sln-rlo respectively. Hulnigel was substltuti"! and w Idle at the llullov made four hit' llailoy Is a likolv post .S..s .Nostra ueirl imeitl him i looking man for the outflcid. He Is fast several tunes. When tiie i.ico was over'iti the field nint on the bases, but for the mnntgei mei to iui un tne norso nut , he lould not do so. Snes Nostra kent on going for a mile nnd n uuaiter when he nioppeii iie.iu. I ne entire staple or nny (lay, on tier of Sts .Nostra, was suspended i wiiue me jiiuvi-s uiu iiiiiiouiiceu uiHi mev would recommend that ills license as a trainer be levoied. Ihe roiinuin of V until Selling htakesToli n 3 n n .v 2-tn a 3 for two-yeir-olds wa the cliv's leading i Iterulai. I u a r o a a t.i 4 feiiurf and alter a lerrillc lrelcli drive. Mir .lesiiniino, faiorite. backed from In : lo sto u, won bv a held from Muerican i;irl. no sumiini'es: l.f.t 'tare six hirionfs Hornl iiiunni, ;mo 1. won. I mli ilrlwnr I ;o m i. siroi.il. mark Oak. It; inavcnnorii. .". in 1. 1 nlr.l. Time. 1:16 4 5. lUianic lice. Pccpovrr, I lifisimnl. MW Mumllloil. 1110i:ail, I'TCJ , Tajlor, Aunt Kstc, The Wrctier. Itose'ooni, "si;...',,..,.,l.,iiace' WSllWxXr,. in; isklrvlm. mo I. oa. llannurt. lii; (lTki lo in t. scrumi; iMtn Muriev ant, 11" iraiin, in i. iniro, line, i ;., .i ,i. ni'iiran. Ji'miM. i Mc VtlO'Trti., Dress I'sra'le il Ntntruril atid Casmir also nil i.iuKr iiiiiuii, Tilrd H.iee -SU furloni". V'"n"i tlic liievt 110 iKorrnrn. 11 tn S, on- lljlrlcli p, ll,. no I lav enpnrtl . in lo I. m-omt: O.-inv. inv itino.n. : !o 1. 1 ilid. Ti.nr. t II .1 I-. Sr It, (J. M, Mlllir aiul Oaklmist nlsn ran. I'ourtn Usee- four nnil a half f'irlonits yt?r .lessmine. in livorrneri, v in a, won vmericnn 1,1 ' "!.l '." ' louiKed Willi. (tol-I.MIne ''.""''i "".V.;.. iJ.in. - L .'.'Vj..,' i1""' r.nirirncy i.no v.oiu Aline niwi run. I'lfth Itace- One m'lf Mid sevflilv ariU I'mms Stnarl. M iftonKlnsi, so ml, won, i.lmeft, nil lOlierti. a to spc-nad: llaivrv r. In" iVe i TaEfsrti. in I, tninl. rime, t.u IS, Itnliv ' Knfgat. lY.lletn Nnuiniy Iluilic. Hnl mlnvlrr. Wine I nut, Warden, t) K lltrdon and liake also ran, .sjlvlhHacc One mile and a .Ixlcrnlh Sywjv, m (lliipklii-i, lo lo i. won: .Vcnsr, 1C" liclli .1 In 1. second: Robert Ili-ucr. lul il.'o'rniri. is to 1, lull ti. Time. 1..V) 1 A. Bodkin. Ijlsconlrnl, llfir-i t Old Hoy. Nkcm Owen, tinldvtlck', I ire wood, Otaclr anil Spcs osla Also rati. II r Milts nt .luarc, first Hce live nntl a half furloncv .toe Mother, i:n (i:. .Martini. 4 to 1, won Mil.-, Ill I Wnrrlngtom. 4 lo I, serond; I.ykcir-, 1 1.1 ll' Colloni, 1.1 to 1, third Time. I7 4 3. Periwinkle. Iri uart. tiene wood and l.lder alo ran. t'otit.i.. vklll fell. serum Hare -one mile Dixie Dlvon. Ma IW. Cottonl. 10 to I. won: Marlcot. inn Kiarneri, s lo ft, second: lion Anionic un u Marilni, r tu, 1, Ihlrd. Time, 1:10. Illreet, Luke Caies, .Siiniinerlline. Judith Pane. Cuban Hoi. Marcus anil Miisti Moner also ran. mini Hate tilt turlonirs-Tee Vlay. im (War rluitonl, IS lo 1, won: Usaahar, lav Kilavn, 4 to I, second: Aragonesr, 110 tilrCrei, lo I. third. Time. 1.14. Twickenham. Trill Kmmetl. Mar JlK. Anllllv. Uune Campbell, lltle. lieaduooil and l.er mar also ran. fourth Usee Six furlonjs Hidden Hand, UVl ('lapllnl. s to ft. won: Holier la. HH illruttti, A to I, serond; father .Staltord, IAS (Mo'lnlalni, 4 to 1, ihlrd. Time. 1:11 .1 ft. Uramrrry, l(u I'reos. finma O. anil He Knows also ran. I lllli Pace five and a halt furloiiaa-Annii.il Interest. IM (Mountain). 3 lo ft, woiuK. M. I r.'. Ill (N'olarn. 2 to ), second. Tom Mrflrath. im KJan). A to t. third. Time. i.t)7 ! .1. ,loe lllirlili, Hannah Louise and TUUna-bail also ran. .sum Hare- .Selling; one mile and an elihlh I ucky Mor-c. 110 IMolesworthl. 4 lo 1, won; Smiley Metrner, IU7 (Tanllu), even money, second; lion 'Inn. 107 (Rice), lo to I. third. Time, 1.54. Little Marcliinont anil hum alto ran. Hamilton's Ilaseball Schedule, I'iica, N. V,, March 1.1. Tho itinerary of tlio Hamilton College baseball team's Month- em trip was announced to-day as follows; The Idoa of tlio Kouthcrn trip was an experiment Inst year, but the innovation proved successful and won the support of the alumni. Aftor returning from the prao tlco trl thn lentu will iiluy llm following games on the legului' schedule; .11 a v 'i. SI. Lawrenre at Clinton; 4. Hoharl at riinlou: 15. I'ntoit at Clhilou; i:i, .Syracuse at Syracuse, in. Rochester at Unohestir; 17, Hoharl at lienein. SS, HiKt.fater at Clinton: .VI. Union at .Vrliriieclail). June ft, Colgate at llnmllton; III. Cotcale at ( Union, fasvlily lo start in the Noulli. .It'Aitt, Mexico, March l.l. .Manager M ! Winn to-diy on behalf of ths three Kentucky racetracks, Utonia. 1-exlnglon and l.ouyllle. secured a contract from .Mars tassiiiv lo rtnrt nt h spring and slimmer meetings at those courses, so Cas. sldv will not go llast nt all this season unless Inie In the summer ha does some work ou the LuuadUu tracks. April Delaware College, at Newark. Del, -ft, Mount Ml. Joseph College at HalUmore, Md is, fastrm College at Mauasa.vs, Vs.; S7 and :s Washington and Lee nt I.exliitou, Va :u, Trln lt College at llillliani, , C, GIANTS IN DOUBLE HEADER ItFMCLAns AM caLTS OF.T AS EYES linKAK. Murrav lilts Over niRht Field Ffnc for Home Hun In the Morning Session. Which Fnds In Favor or Veterans by 1 1 tn 4-ltecrults Take Second I to 3. Mant.iv, Tex., Marh IS. Tha Wants played fourteen innings of baseball to-day, but not In one game. Making up for the tlmn Inst yesterday Manager Mcflraw stinted a battle between the regulars and colts this morning and Just as the noon whistles were blowing the game ended with the scoio ll to 4 In favor of the regulars. Again In tho afternoon after moro than an hour of general practice the teams went at It again. This time tho youngsters were on the accented end of the seme, winning a six Inning setto by pounding Dick Itiidolph for five runs In the last Inning. The score vva 7 to 3, llsymond, Ames snd Drucke appeared In both games to-day. This morning .tack Murray poled a ball over the right field fence for the first home run on a ball hit outside the park. This fence is away back and previously only ono foul ball had been driven over It. Murray appears to be getting into hitting form. He started with a triple off Prucke and In-the seventh In ning he cleaned up In a lally off Shorn, who was stung for five runs and a many lilts. Marouard, Drucke and Hhontz la bored for the colts In this game and wer belted for a total of sixteen hits. Ray mond, Crandnll. Ames and Tesreau pitched iwo innings apiece ior tne regulars. I 'Kjtvmond stsrted for the regulars mis I In the ariernoon game, his slab opponent being Jenkins. Honors wero even when they retired at the end of the third Inning, each having allowed n run. Jenkins did not allow a hit for two Innings, but in the third Arthur Devlin opened up with a home run smash in deep centre. Drucke relieved Itnyinond in the fourth and twirled two innings against Ames Tho regulars went ahead in the fourth when Ames lost i-ontrol and forced in two runs on bases on balls The colts made Ihe score close again In the fifth when l.ush doubled and scored on a mulf by Devore. liudolph was unfortunate In the last Inning because there was a shower of hits after Im had fielded a bunt for a plav at third base that would have broken up a rally, Nobodv lovered third on this play and the bunt filled the liases with one out. Knllerton's triple sent In two of the winning runs. The afternoon score by Inninss' s. n. c. Regulars , , . ,n o i 3 n o a a : Coils,, , o i o o i t: i Two hsse hits- Pecker, l.ush. Schlft. Three bass hit ynllerton. Homo run - Devlin. Bat irrlfs ItavmoniJ. Iimcke, Itiidolph. Nchlfl and llarllt, .IrnUlns. .Vines. Wilson nml dowdy, t'mplrrs -Mcd'raiv and l-atlisrn. nam: nr ran cihse. Manager Knocks Out First of the Season for the Highlanders. vihi-.ns, na . Ma i eh IS.- The last three innings of the I.hIi game between the New York regulars snd colls this afternoon was nire foolishness, but with practice for the fielders In chasing hard hit balls. There was a high wind all day and Cnase wouldn't tiko any chorees of pitchers damaging their wings under the unfavor able conditions. He allowed Oulnn and Caldwell to pitch three straight Innings apiece and to cut loose, but theie weren't any other wings In the crowd that he would allow to be used In the middle of tho wind swept diamond. The regulars led easilv while Caldwell was pitching, SIImi, as ho is cal'wd. having plenty of stuff on the ball, though a bit wild. When Caldwell retlrer' Sueenev pitched part of an Innlns snd was siic- i ce led bv ( hns, With them !n the boc the Innings orr Ihe skylarking crTort of Sweeney H IK I CliaC til take the Ip.lll 1111(1 keel) It Thev-von lo to a. but as .lack Warhpp. vvho Pitched the last three Innings for theco'ts. lonlv tossed the I11II, the regulars almost ! caucht no. The colts could do nothing with Caldwell I in foil-Inning, making onlv one hit off him. 1 '"' regulars hit IJIIlntl Srtslily 111 the nrt . mnlncs. th s nart of the game being the ono In which the play was serious. The inugn ground and niustery wind made nei-i- lug illrtlcult. and altogether it was a poor div for practice. 1 hi first honi-t run for the Itlchlnnriers this season was made by Chase, who cleaned present has a sore nrm nnd can t throw. game will be nlaveo next Snturd.iv between the Kegulars and the tleorgia I 'diversity nine. Chase Is trying to arrange a game w ith tho Hoston Nationals, to be iAveii in .vugusia r riday week 'j ho score by Innings: n H F Patients wulnn. llarlioii anl Williams. Laid will. MAetncy. Cbasc and lllalr. fii'MSAsric t n XMPioxsmrs. National I'.vrnts This tear to He In nrit Wile V. M. C. A. on Anrll IK. T1. ..... , . ..... "lr imuunui . iiiiiiiy..Jiiinii .Jiuuilliro of the A A I held a meeting yesterday 'o '? ! ty?"? cliampionshlii III tho Aest Side M. C A. on Saturday. Aptil IS. Th meet this time should lie of inoro than ordinary Interest. tt4 several periorincrs irom t ie west are tirennring to make a bid for the events. estieclally the all-around chamiionhip. I lie standard list of eventn will bo con tested 'I hey are the flying lings, hori zontal bars, sldo horse, long horse, parallel hers, tumbling, Indian club swinging and lope climbing. Tho Hems which coustilute Hie all-around championship ars horizontal bars, parallel bars, "til" and long horse The luogramme wllu rules will be issued in a daor two, ;old llavkrtballs for Columbia Team. Columbia held a rousing mass meeting nnd smoker In honor of Its championship basketball team In the university commons last nighl. Nearly I, Ono students were present and for two hours showed their appreciation of the playing of the team that lost only two games in three seasons, lames Diiano Livingston, of the Karly Kighlies, tho most prominent Columbia Alumni Association, presented to the mem bers of the team solid gold basketballs, i no men wno receivea mem were r, ttienul. tali., captain: It. V. Mahon, 'nli.: A. I). Alevander, 'Uli. captain-elect; W.M, le,.lr,. 'II- C. I). lienion, 'It; W. MucKossle. 'lv. mittiiger, snd A. Mendelsohn, 'II, substi tute Knch of the other substitutes received silver basketballs. Dean (loetr.e nf the engineering schools. Harry fisher, the conch. .1, .1 llyan. 'ou, who was captain of Ihe innli champlnn.hli five, and 11. K. Von bliolly, '03, were umotig the speakers. Hrooklvnt In Fine I'nndltlon. Hot Hriiisns, Ark . March is. 'Ihe llrooklyns put In their last day's work but ono nt Whlttlugtoii Park this morning under the best of weslher condition, The men, are in tine condiiinn and have been exiremeiy iiickv so lar ns injuries go. mere has not been n time when s player has been out of the game for over three days nt one lime ihls afternoon I lie v went on a trip lo tho l)7aik l.lthln Springs as tho gust of Ihe malinger of tho Majestlo llmel, where they had an old fashioned chicken dinner, reaching their iiuaiters at an early hour this evening The Journey northward will commence on Friday next, when they leave for Memphis, lenn , for a two game series with the fastSouthe.nl league club Iheru, Slate l.eaiciie Arranges Nchrdule. KlNniiAMTO.v, Murnh 16.-The annual New Yorl; State League baseball meeting was held at the Arlington Hotel in this city to-day, the final season schedule being prepared. The session opened at 4 o'clock In the afternoon and lasted well into the night. According to the new schedule Hie season will open on May 8 and close on September 17. On the opening day Troy will play at Albany, I'tloa at Syracuse, Bingnamtoii at Hcranlou and Llmlia at Willicsbarre. The teams will play two, three and four game series, Numerous changes were nec essary in the provisional schedule which was framed on the theory that Sundar base ball would be possible. President John H. Karrell of Auburn presided, Racing in France. fiptctal Cabi Despairs lo Tlta Sex. Pabh. March 16. The race for the Prig flratln Bteepleohaae of lo.noo francs at Saint Ouen to-day was won hr Vellplcard's laiueur. Champion's Reporter wss sec ond and Thomas Hitchcock .Ir's Stokes last. In a field of three,. The Jockeys wero Partremsnt, Chapman and Hardy, ISTEIlSATiaSA L till ESS. Final Round In Tournament lo lie Vlaved Today. Special Cnbtt Dtipatth lo THS STN. His Sf.bastt av, March 15.-Thls after noon was devoted to the disposal of the three adjourned games from previous rounds of Ihe International chess masters' tourney, which was begun on February 20 at the (Irand Casino In this city, Ihe final round to be played to-morrow. The adjourned games were those betwoon Tarrasch and Janowskl from the thirteenth round, left over on Monday evening, and the lon-hardi-Tarrasch and Schlechter-Janowskl, left unfinished In the fourteenth round last night. Owing to the chances Tarrasch and Schlechter still had for high places at Ihe end of the contest the issues of these games naturally created cjulte some In terest. Here are the. results: Bernstein heat Hchlechter, whllo Ieon!iardl and Tarrasch drew. The third game bad to be adjourned a second time. 1 ne recorci to aato; I'liV'ti. Canablanea,,, Itublnstrln. ,. Vldmar Marsnall Tarravn.. . SrhlfcHter ... Mcmtowttsch. IV. ,.n .: ..I Vlnwn. 4 Marofy ft 'THrlimaiili... 414 inetnstrln . A (Janowskl .1 Ilium a liuras. ....... n Lfonliardt .. tr. s .n X .4 spieimnnn ft'il In Ihe final round the players will face each other as follows: Telrlimann vs. Bplelmann, Vldmar vs. Capablancn. Ilern steln vs. Marocr.y, Marshall vs.. hehlechtsr, Hum vs. Nlemrowitsch, Tarrasch vs. Duras, Janowskl vs. lonhardt, lliibinstun, a bye. ,IEV HE IIAMIE FISAL. Miss Kraus Carries tiff Silver Trophy at liurlaiHls. The final in the series of Jeu de barre for women was played at the Durland Hiding Academy last night and won by Miss Krauss after as clever an exhibition of euuestrlan lam as ever was seen on tho tanbark. The competition was for the sliver trophy offerod by Fred (Icrkeu. Mrs. IMward Koyes. Mrs Marshall (,'lapp and Miss Krauss played in tho float game. Mrs. Clnpp was first in the contre of tho ring, but tho chestnut polo pouy which alio rodo was apparently suffering from a fit of stage fright and re fused to move out of his tracks. It did not. take Miss Krauss long to beoomo tho possessor of tho red rosette which Mrs. clapp was doing her best to defend without tho cooperation of her mount Mrs. heyes was next In the ring and she was 011 a siieody black pony which unite outstripped the other two and her yellow ribbon remained intact. Miss Krauss was last In the centre and she made every move count. Hh outwitted her opponents and saved her mount as well as her trophy. As she had a majority of the laurels she carried off the prire and It was a well deserved vlc try. . . . . . An exhibition or nunteis was sutmnmen for the basketball which was scheduled and It proved to be the best sport of the evening. The hedges were nuts unit raisins for the gallant, limner ioppcr, inn aiso for the pig pen; each and every horse re fused to be beguiled Into tlio enclosure. Mnmhnll Clann did finally succeed tn get ting Prince Henry to take it In a oneer sort of a bias Jump and he won the blue, ribbon because It was ho mucn nouer man any 01 the others could do. Henry Hell on Paddy curried o.T the red ribbon and Hunter Itye with (iuidnn Smith up took the vellow althotigh ho refused the pig pen. The Judges were silks Colgate nnd Harry (itiggen lieimer ' . ... An exhibition of tandem driving was riven bv Mrs. John Cerken. Mrs. Marshall Clano. Mls c. Dennett. Mrs Albert De Cernea. Mips Lillian Krauss and Mrs. R. Sause i.MtciiMoxr r. c. plaxs. mil .loin the Sound Association and Co operate With Oilier ('lulls. 'Ihe lirchmont Yacht Club has llnally decided to Join the Yacht H suing Associa tion of Long Island Hound and cooierule with other Sound clubs to boom yacht racing. The Irfirchmout club, while it has worked In many ways with the association, has always refrained from Joining. Its members seemed to think that tho club would lose its independence, seeming lo forget that tho association Is simply an advisory body and that everything it does has to tie ra tilled by the clubs In the a-socia-tlon. It was formed tn bring about uniform racing rules and accomplished much for the betterment of yachtraclng. 'I he association recently Invited Ihe Ijirch mont club to become a member and the Invitation has been accepted 'Ihe l.arch monl club will be elected at a meeting of th aso' Iatlon lo be held ut tho Hotel Astor to-night Commodore Leonard Hichards, Tho re cently returned from Ihiroiie, and Chair man Horace K Houcher are working hard 10 make the coming season a brilliant one for lirchmonl and at the association meet ing a schedule of dates will be arranged which this yeir will Include the Lnrchmont events nnd there will be no moro friction In yachtraclng 011 the Sound. llockcv. Art P.oss, one of the most famous hockey players In Canada, whose retirement was announced after the final game for the J Stanley cup, which decided the professional championship In favor of Ottawa, has been induced to rejoin tho Wanderers of Mon treal to play in the profeesional tournament with llenfrew and Ottawa, which begins In the St Nicholas rink on I'riday night The prcsepeo of Host In the Wanderers' lineup renders the outcome of Hie series more uncertain than ever, especially a the Wanderers and ltenfrevvs wero the only two teams which beat tho Ottawa cham pions tu th struggle for titular honors. Kverythlng indicates thai the games will be the most sensational ever played and to insure satisfaction to the teams in a fair and discriminating interpretation of the rules Dun. 'an Campbell and ltussell Howie, two famous referees, who have officiated In all the professional games played this sea son In Canada, have been engaged to referee tho four games to be played here. Columbia Track Schedule. Columbia lias lluee dual meets on its outdoor track shedule, which was announced by tho manager, K. II. Mackenzie, 'II, yesterday, for the first time the team will have a contest with Istfayette, which will be held nn South field on the second Saturday of May. On the preceding Satur day the team will meet Syracuse at Syra cuse. This will be tho first time since IW-' thut Columbia and Syracuse will have held n dual track meet. Neither I'rinceton nor Pennsylvania, which have regularly appeared on the Columbia schedule since the sport was taken up more than thirty vears niro. have ulaces Ibis season. Out door work for the toam will beidn next Monday, nnd the following week the train ing table win Do nemm, I lie iciieuuie: April is. Inisrrlas meet, South field; rs, Pratt Inmtute, Moitlh Held, :a, i.niversuy or renn sylvanir. lelay carnival, Philadelphia; Mav a Myrscnve, Syracuse: 1.1. Lafayette. South field; 3). Inlersi'holastlr meet, South Field; : and :7. Intercollegiate meet, Cambridge. Ilrav) Hitting; Team for f orilliam. Until the opening baseball game with the College of the City of New York two positions on ihe Cniilhtim varsity nine will be kept open The Until selection of tho coaches nud Cam. Snmlon has been made for all posh ions except third base nnd lite third pitcher At Ihlrd Lennon and ll.eL..I I am mi 11 nnr jiml nnihiriii' mi-niit J a visiting team can give Ihe coaches grounds lr 1IIT-II IM-1.-I-IIUI! Ht-1711-11, .1 IlllillllS IO! Oiiiiin a'o fighting neck and neck for the Soul hern trip and oil will bo tried out in Ihe coming game The fact ihul Williams is u veteran will probably entitle him lo the Southern trip, (lames urn played every day with thn second lenm and Coach Hart man declares that Capt Scnnlon will bead one of the heaviest, hitting tennis thut I'ordlium.hus hud lor several years put, Hlx New Men In Cornell iTetv. Uhaca, Murch 15 Out of the chaos and confusion cAtised in tlio Cornell rowing camp by the loss of six two year veteWui there emerged to-day what Is practically a brand new varsity crew which in its llrst practice on the Inlet gave a surprising demonstration of good form. HtroUo How on and Wakeley of last year's eight remain in tho crew Four of the newly organized varsity come from last years freshman crew, Thoy are Kliot, Hates, I.um and Hole. The other men are Ferguson and Dlstlerof last year s four oared crew and the curious thing about thn shift Is that the three most promising stroke oars In the university, Bowen. Dole and Dlstler, are now in Ihe big eight. The new varlsty rows an follows: Kliot, bow; Rates, 2: Lum, : Dole, 4; Wakeley, ,v Dlstler, a; Ferguson, 1; Howea, stroke, Kimball, coxswain. Notes of thn Ring. 1. mli Ciom and .toe llrdell will appear In ths main bout at Hie Whirlwind A. C. In lha Clermont Avenue lllnk. Ilrooklni. to night, bedell, who Is In good condition, recently outpointed Bert ( bouia. p.pa. i neir va in us ss sraii riiiior axi w pai nil AUTOMOBILE. Your Chance to Buy Used Gars OUR list of high grade cars of other makes of this and recent seasons is still a nota ble one. They have been taken in trade for Alco 1911 cars and are all in fine condition. Renault 1910 Runabout with nimble teat.' Lower 1908 Touring Car. Thomas 1908 Latntkralet. Chalmers 101 1 "30" Touring Car itk full equipment, Mercedes 1908 Touring Car. Thomas 1908 Touring Car. PImer aaaj Singer 1909 Toy Tonnexu ; fix cyhftaier. In addition to this, there are several used Alco cars of the landaulet, touring and limousine types, also in fine condition. American Locomotive Company 1886 Broadway Tlfboae 5300 Cofasabns AMONG THE AUTONOBILISTS riHE prices ra ia vp avaix AFTER APRIL 1. Heport of This Is Strong, but Vcrlflca. tlon Are Hard to 5et Further New Tramp RcKulatlons Inaugurated Hugh lluRhes Off for Ueacti Races. Heport were around yeterday that a riso in the prices of tires might be oxpoctcd on and after April 1. Rome of thn dealers who were asked about this said it was news to them, but others seemed to think there was mors than a little chance of Its coming true. The expected advances will range from 10 to 30 per cent., according to tho makes. .lust what Is the reason for the Jump In prices that it seems reasonable to oxpect no one was preparod to say. There has been a gradual advance In thn prices of crude rubber, but some think It is too soon to have It affect tires. It is not unusual for prices to so up about the spring of tho year, however, and It is likely that motorists will hurry about their spring buying in order to ret in ahead of the advance. Thn new traffic regulation at Sherman Square is the third inaugurated recently by order of Commissioner Cropsey. It is likely that there will be few moro rearrange ments in squares except at Astor place. New orders regarding traffic there probably will be made soon. First Deputy Com missioner Drlscoll said yesterday that ob servations were being made all through the city with the Idea of remedying truffle congestion and confusion. The first order regarding new traffic regulations was that which concerned Times Square, which was restricted so that no vehicle may cross the square in an east erly or westerly direction on West Forty- second, Forty-fifth or Forty-sixth streets from s o'clock A, M, until 12 o'clock mid night nn week days. Cars going north on Seventh avenue have to cut through West Forty-first street to Broadway, and so north to West Forty-seventh street. If they are going straight north they may keep on along llroadway, but if they want to go west of Broadway they may not turn west until they reach Forty-seventh street. Cars going south on Seventh avenue have tn cut through Forty-seventh street to llroadway, and so south between the tracks and the curb. Any car bound south on llroadway has to leave that street and go down Seventh avenue to Forty-first street and there may turn In to Broadway again. The regulation at Lincoln Square Is such that vehicles going south must make use of the west side of llroadway between Sixty-sixth and Sixty-fourth streets and thereafter hold to the west side of Colum bus avenue for a block, cutting into Broad way again through Sixty-third street. Bound north on Columbus avenue a vehicle ... . n....k iil.i..il.l ..! i. il. "... .... .,M ' " " v 11 w ... ' ' " " " esst and up the east sine or llroadway Then at Sixty-fifth street, Columbus avenue Is met again. Any car going north on llroadway has to cut through Nitty-sixth street after running on Columbus avenue from Sixty-fifth to Sixty-sixth streets to get back into llroadway. The readjustment at Hherman Square is such thnt vehicles going north on Amster dam avenue must travel east through Sev entieth street to llroadway and up that way. Those bound up llroadway beyond West Soventv-thlrd street have to keep on the east side of llroadway and Amsterdam ave nue until West Seventy-third street is reached. Then they may swing west back Into llroadway again. Vehicles going south on s.mlerdam ave nue on reaching Heventy-thlrd street must turn through that street west to llroadway nnd so on down, If on llroadway going south of Seventieth street thev liavo to keen to llroadway and Amsterdam avenue until Hoventleth street is reached. Then they may turn east Into llroadway acaln. No vehicles may cross Sherman S'luare east or west on Seventy-second street from 8 o'clock In the morning until mid night. "Traffic rules like these ate flue in their way." said a motorist yesterday, whe.i ho encountered for the first time the regulation at Sherman Square, "hut did vnu ever stop in iiiuiK now iiiucii rvirn in gnsoieno anil wear on tires It means switching through all those streets instead of going in a straight llne'r" "ies. but match thnt with the saving of damage ults," said a non-molorlst, "That ought to count for souiethinic, A I Jo pe destrians can get to the subway station now without being In peril of their lives." Hugh Hughes, two mechanics anil F II Sherwood, ales manager for the Mercer Motor Car Cnmnstii. tuft vnatarrinv r..,. .Ittcisonvilie with two Mercer cars, which nit "in irivr in me pescn tnces mere, Mr. Sherwood was innrrid on Tuesday and be Is taking bis In Me alon; ou a wedding 1 1 1 1' W, Arthur Lesser, manager for the new Meatus branch that opennd vesierday nt llioudwayand Hfty.soventh street, wusbusy jesterday tecelvlnn hteains owners at the pluce. Mr. Lesser wants to get In touch with oil owners of Stearns earsln New York "HiLW1" "1e nve them communicate with him. t. 'If"."1 nt ,,le opening yesterday were F. II. Stearns pi esiderit. P.oy r. York, vice president; hdwln McF.wen. secretary and treasurer; ;. IJ. Iladley. production inana ger. and Honry II. Ilower, advertising manager. A further Stearns announcement will be mude In a few days. The three policemen rrom the health equsd who lake lu the smokers start their tour of duty each day at Columbus Circle Bnd work there for the best part of the morning. Naturally they get moat of thn offenders early because after a time tho oil has a chance to work out and the cars don't ?niol",hen- li" average of arrests for this offence Is about ten a day. Affairs of the Grand Prlxe race have bssvn s' i V1 """"J iimngeroi ivnniuili. who has been elected president of tin! Savannah Automohllii Club, came In this city several weoka ago to en Mr. Vander bill In order to talk about having the race down South again. Mr. Vanderblit was abroad then a ml will not be back until well aloug In April, so that uotnlng could be AtTOMOBn.KM. Autos "All at SPECIAL Sale" New York's Automobile Dargsln f. stabtlshiiie.nl "far fxcellence." 250 Best 1909, 1910, 1911 Cars Alt Just from our factory: Dne condition. Parkarda, Peerlesaea. Mercedes. Tierces, Sim plex. Alcoa, Haynes. Rulcks. Mitchells, Nationals. 1 tot las. Moons. Kovals. Overlanda. Chalmers. Cadillacs. Iludaona. Autocars, Locomobiles, many others. At Prices That MUST Move Them Hun t wait. Delays are dangeious. Advance Coming! Examinations Invited: Demonstrniljus Cheer fully given. Trades effected. Bodies, AI: 500 at $25 to $400 t:very Style, Closed or Open; Complete Job. Tires Tubes ffSffi Half Mm: Pioneers In this business and acknowledge! leaders. Broadway Auto Exchange, I.. C. JANTlUltf, I'res 1759 to 1767 Broadway 7:ntranrc at I'M. between ftth end -Villi Sts. Used and endorsed by the leading dealers. Sold an over the world, ceo. w. HoHman. Mnrr., In dlaaapslla. Ind. N. Y. Office. SI Chambers St. dona bv Mr. flrsnuer. He won't return here until he is sure of seeing Mr. Vanderblit. ine nav-annan AutomoDiie ciun naturally would like to have the race again and all conditions nolnt to the contest solne back there. However, nothing definite will come out nuout mis tor some nine. After sellfnir automobiles on Fortr.second street for twelve years A. (i. Hpaldine A liros. have decided to open up another store on llroadway on April I. Frank Kveland. general manager, will look after Stevens-Durrea customers in an up to date place on Broadway above Fifty-ninth street. The salesrooms are to he at 1S71 and 1S76 Broadway, between Sixty-first and Sixty-second streets. The entire top floor will be thoroughly equipped as a re pair shop. Mr. Eveland la a nloneer dealer of auto mobiles. A. O. Spalding A Hros. started" to sell automobiles in lstm and so his ex perience in the metropolitan district ex tends over a period nf twelve years. On the prospects for automobiles In the future, Mr. Eveland said: "Actions speak louder than words." doing up on llroad way and taking a new store certainly didn't Indicate that A. (1. Hpalding A Hros. had anr doubt of the future of the automobile business. He says their business is Inrger tnan it ever was oeioro ana tnni irom in dications ion will be the best year thoy have enjoyed In the automobile business. Stevens-Durvea was the pioneer In six cylinder cars, says air. II. f...,l-...l ..,l I,--I thoroughly worked out the sU cylinder problem. XaTES OF THE MOTOR TRADE. Autoinobllrt and Their Makers anil Tliclr Hujers. A mileage of 25,000 to 50,000 miles was recently reported to the Snlnehart Tire and Rubber Company of Akron. . II. vi muiier, .s. 11., snirs inn oniiii:- Ihart company that In 1905 he equipped his, i a .' . n.i . i i, mi 1.1111 u ncv ui aniiicimri. nuuu iirvs, nn says he has used them continuously and that they have travelled between IS.noo nnd aooonmllM Thn tires on thn front vv heeln -in,!) miles, i ne tires on tne iront vv neeis, no nv, nre in ier) ion snupe, inn inn rear ones nre worn donn to within three-quarters of an Inch of the rims. Mr. Heard says his Intention is to equip with a new set of the same type of tire. The Dayton police department has Just installed a motor patrol built by the Speed well Motor Car Company of Dayton. The first day the car was in commission it was taken nut for a trial spin with nine policemen aboard. As t lie car approached the Wayne avenue hill one of the stlffest climbs In Dayton one of tho policemen exclaimed, "Oh, let her out; let's see what t,he will do on the hill!" With the throttle wide open and the motor purtiog the car gained speed even on the rise. Half way tn the summit the speedometer snowed a gait or 40 miles an hour and maintained It to the top. The essential qualities of the aeroplane tire, lightness, strength to resist landing shocks, and resiliency to absorb them, have made this brunch of tiro building h subject of special study. Tho II. F. Iloodricb Company has adapted for this purpose tho Palmer construction, known since the days of the blcjcle boom. Palmer aeroplane tires were used on more machines at the Hoston show than any other make of aero plane tires. Palmer tires were used by (ilenn Curtis on the "Hudson Flyer" that made the trip from Albany to New York. Detroit's newest automobile fnrlorv Is thut of the King Motor Cur Company. 'The company gets its name from the man who designed. Its product. King is known in automobile circles as the designer of the "Silent Northern," a two cylinder opposed mi. aiici inn isuriiieru company was sold to the F..-M.-F. Company King spent two years In hurope. devoting his time to study of the best foreign cars, at the same tlmn working on ideas of his own as th preliminary steps in the development of the present King car. Advanced models of the 191; car will be ready late this soring and the full output of 1912 cars will be on the market by mid summer. II. Kirk White, Jr. is president of the company. Charles II. King vice president and h.. V. Hough secretary and treasurer. Harry I.. Bill has been appointed assistant general manager of tha Metzger Motor Car Company of Detroit, makers of llw Kverltt :io. Mr. BUI for several years wns superintendent of production for the Chal mers and before that was with tho Cnrhlu Motor Vehicle Corporation. .Mr, Dill In his new place Is to be the direct representative of H, I. hverltt. president and general manager of the Metr.ger company, and In the next few months he will take over the major part of the latter' work In the per sonal diiection of the company's business. In the Harlem class A pool tournament at the Ttlversldn billiard Academy last night Douglas Cross, IPO, defeated Itobeil Knright. loo, by u score of lis) to 41, Cross made a high run nf 44, which is the highest so far made in the tournament, lie made two scratches, Knrlglit made one scratch and n high inn of Vu. Walker, who leads in the tournament, and Harry Meagher will meet to-night. AUTOMOBILES. AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE OWNERS AND SELLERS Of At). TOMOBILEa COIOIERCIAL VEHI CLES, GARAGES. TIRES, EQL'ir. IIBNTS. ALSO REPAIR COM PANIES. WILL ALWAYS FIND SOMETHING OF INTEREST IN THIS COLUMN. CHAt.MKRS. leoo 1M0. and 1911 Itoadslrrs Touring Cara and Llmouklnes. PACKAItDS. 1(107, loot and 1909 "la" an 1 SO." All big bargains. FORDS Model "T", 1909 and 1910 modclv. and Touring Cars. BU1CKS. all models. Price right. TIMfS SO. Al'TO CO.. 73I-7.U 7lh Ave., at tlh St. "MITCIlnf.t.S'." Runabouts from SI.w up. Touring cara from S3k up. Limousines f rum un, All Ihetc cars nre fully cmilpneil. have been t. built In our own shoos and linxc been rcralritM' ruaranteed. demonstration, of course. MIIC'Hf.LL Ml) I Oil CO. OK N. V. Tel., Stan-Col. 1!76 Droadsar. AUTO TIIIKS't HAt.l' PRICKil 7,tlon SIIOHS I.N STOCK, lilt JIS00 .12x4 -1101 34X44 tl9 no Ml.T4-$i:.0 Ttinria ritoii si tn up. EVi:itY HIZK IN STOCK. Send for Winter I'rtre t lit Mo. at ANCHOR TJHK CO. lit CHAMllfltS mT.. CITV. roi-i: iiARTform acto co. IBM p. ROADWAY. t'fif.D I'OI'B HAHTfOItt) I.IMOtT.INf. TOUniNO CAR. PONY 'lONNIIAt' AND ROAD STKIt: THOIlOt'lilll.Y OVIMIHAt'l.Kt), HI I'AIN'lf.D AND MAIIK TO LOOK I.I Kit NftV tiik.si: cars ari: ri't.i.Y lii'AHvvrr.t h A i- Af ros: in tiitn.vr vAttir.iv. All the best kinds In Alt Bodies. Oar orlres M'AIIK nnr L'omnetltnrs! We allow examinations snd gho tallsflnt demonstrations. Kveri car gne through our fsctnrr flrst. (live ns n v Istt; vou'll never recret It. HltOADWAT Al'TO KXCHAMil:, 17S9 1707 llroadnay (lletneen .Vlth and .V7th), UIU DAltGAINS - IIIU HAROAINH Now u the time lo hoy. 101 slightly used automobile to tr ine cars, runabouts and com mercial wagons; best vain ever ottered: every car Ilk) new: sit makes. ISTOI1 AUTO CO.. INK! llrnalwsy. near 4tth. STOItAOi: SAI.f.. 1911-nltAND M:V-ltll. IJ.500 MORA AU10MOnil.i:.S. four, five an! seven passenger l) pes, ai ii.Jtui, i,cjo ana ti.sur nn rxhlliltlnn at the uareliousc. TOOKKR STUHAiii: AND FORWARDING CO. ISTH XV. AMI 1ITII ,1V. STt'CRWALD & WACKKR. tai West r.lst St. Tel. K71 Colnmbui. Vj rORMKRI.Y WITH OLDSVtontl.K CO. , ew AUTOMOnlf.H fXCHANliH. rRfl'AIRINI!. PAINTING. .Sl'I'PI.H'.S. r.ST I M ATKS CH KKK Kt ' I ,I.Y lilVKN THOMAS Dimiior Tourlne Car, 40 hnr- Eowcr: In very good condition: top and exlra; est offer considered; car must he sold nt once. AMERICAN I.OCOMOTIVK COMPANY. ISM llroadway. Phone Mou Columbus. ItAMHLf R AUTOMOIllI.f. CO.. 3S W. 2D ST. llt'V A USKII CAR Of A MANUfACTURflt WHO WILL GUARANTEE THK CAR.' Wf. II A V. A NL'Mtll'.P. Of Vf.RY DKSIRAULU CARS AT PRICKS ANY ONK CAN AITOUD. ALCO 1907 Touring Car. 40 horse-power: over hauled, repainted and has new top; this car ran be bouitht for i:ooon. AMERICAN l,OCOMOTIVf. COMPANY. ISM llroadway. Phone ivn Columbus. TIRF.St TIRKSI TIRKSi SSX4 SHOE. i;ACH. OTHER SIZRS AT PRO. PORTION ATE PRICES. HAMBLKR AUTOMO BILE CO.. Sa WEST D ST. THOMAS, limn Limousine. 4t horsepower; perfect condition; Just the car for renting propo sition; X.VMC0. AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY. 1M0 llroadway. Phone MU0 Columbus. 1910 STEARNS. Toy Tonneau and 7 Passenger Tourln Car; both run about s.iih miles; rondltbn nearlv new. i'Hici;. K.soo EACH. S. J. WISH & CO. Ilanndway A Mth St. ALL MAKES BOUGHT AND SOLI). DELIVERY WAGONS ALL CAPACITIES. WTH CENTURY AUTOMOIllI.f. CO. 541 West 49i!i St.. neir llroadway. I.O.ll'.ll. ions Tourlni Car. 4li horse-powrr; a rare chance In ?et a speedy car (it a ridiculous figure; best otTer takes it. AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE COMPANY. ISM Broadway. Phone Moo Columbus. RAKER VEHICLE CO. 1 70. ll'WAY. USED IIAKh.lt ELECTItIO VlCTORIA-COt'PI' STANHOPE RUNABOUT, overhauled and In goodroidlilon. nt atlracllve prices. , UTO T1RKS. ALL STAND RD MAKES AT A SI HSTANTI AI. DISCOUNT. UNITED lU'HHKR CO.. I.Vi W. MTH, nr. Il'way. TEL. .WS COI.UMHUS. STODD4RI). DAYTON h. p. limousine, factory rebuilt, newly and guaranteed for one irar. STO0- nARD ! MOTOH CO.. ::.V West 37th St. I ma 4 CYLINDER :i It. P. Stcvens iuiryr viltn complete equipment; spicnuia conuiiuu barcaln. box 111 Sun onlcc. riVK PASSENGER, sllihtlv used car for svl) chexp. McCULLY. 710 W. lsmli st. Alllolllobllo Suppllos. AIJTO Tors C(m.r,. Wind Sll elds. Tops recovered snd repaired: Auto rerslntlnj. AMERICAN At TO TOP CO.. ZI4 West 49th ror estimate, pnone urynnl 4fwsi. 1011 KINGSTON CARIIUIIETiril ""I obviate all starting trouble and give )".r , csr n,ore tmwi.r Bn(, 6rK!P,). Sena ,t c,ihns s WILLIAM E. KEMP, 1650 llroadnay ALL BEARINQS HESS-IIRIGHT CM 1U75 Il'way (57th M i Automobile Instruction. BErORE YOU DECIDE to enroll for s eoirv) In automobile Instruction CALL and lalL- over uui proposition, -new vuiik school auto MOBfl 11.1. EM. I ! IN EE RS. 149 West Mth al i'hjn 4114 Columbus. roil owners, prospective owners, ctiautleurs. thoroughly practical course: day or evralnt. Hooklel on request. WEST SIDE Y. U. C. A.. 15 West A7th st. AMERICAN-KHANCO AI TOMOIIILE SCHOOI, IS4 W CM 4th St.. one of the best schools In Amer ica: we guarantee to teach you drive any car. ALL MAKES h I So Kl nnil rirhanctvt. .St), Auto Co., IM 7th vv AMERICAN Iloadmer Traveler Touilik American Autninnlitte i o llronduay al ("Ut SI BENZ Auto linport Co. of Vm r.i v. "41 r, West 51th SI N v RRllsll Cars. John Moore & Co.. 3n llroviu j nvn Phono Wll Col'iinlms RUICK Motjr Co., Il'way, between 5'dlt A I'liouc 1010 Cul'inilit CADIL LaCl"ftr. Part. Repair. (n"i a. 1 w unin mhis circle, 'lei (All i . Carharlt Cars HOTEL M)lh ,st. PI A. Mil V 1888 BROADWAY (63d St, Phone &IHI.1 Ciiluiut'U". E-MF & Flanders Studebaker Bros. Co. of N. Y. Broadway ft 59th St. Ph.nt 7300 Columbtit If llfiy Knox Automobile Company tRVA MaM.tvns, Broadway. Phono 4.WI Col, NATIONAL POERTNER MOTOR CAR CO . U'J Il'way (tlh Bl.l. Phone SIM 7 ( 'jf HaMfHtFII MAXwKi.i.-iiHixr'ui: tbw' sWNAHEIL:i vft etst at. I'fcaas ilW i' SIMPLEX "Made In New York Cil). isao-iss; R'nay, Tel. Jim Cn SPLITOOXF MAGNETO Walton Av A 1S l HrnnrM IS70 Hi nn l ) MOTOR CAR DIRECTORY STEVENS-DURYEA A.ti SPAI.HIN'i nR():t) W, IM.Trl, 4M fin ast MfUITl? Wllt'ii: CO.. ilrnailwav and 62d 31. W 111 IK i-aouo 6w: col.