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10 OLYMPIC -ATHLETES SL JUNE 14 Committee Announces Plans For Transportation of Team to Stockholm. OUTSIDERS WILL BE WELCOME About 10(1 Comprtltora Provided For, While the Finland Can Carry 250 More Ths American Olymplo team for Stock holm will mil from hern on .June 14, ac cording to tho announcement made by tho American .Olympic committee yesterday. Tfce athlotan "will nail on the Finland, flying th Stan and Stripes, and sho will call at Antwerp about June 23 for stay of two ilaya. If the schedule la carried out the fled Star liner will sling her tnudhook In front of Stockholm on June 70, tho very day tho atadlum will bo opened ofllclally. Tho athletic events will not begin till July 6. Tba liner will nnchor opposite Togalvtken, and a landing will bo made easy by a launch or pontoon bridge. It la planned to keep the athletes aboard during the games so that they can havn tho proper sort of train lag food and ho within easy roach of trainers, coaches, mentors, rubbers, hnndlors ana other attendants. Tho Finland will leave for homo on July 30, but tho outsiders who will travel with the team nnd who might care to return by different routos but by the lines of the International Mercantile and Marine Company will bo able to do so. Up to the present, thoro has bean no offi cial statement about the team or tho plans of the Olympic Committee, but In port the following statement was sent out yeatorday: The commlttcn plans to take nt least 100 athletes and keep themiaboard tho steamer In tho harbor, givo the regular training table diet, take the best rare of them in every possible way so there will be no nxcuso for anything going wrong. In arranging for tho chartor of the steamer the committee, consisting of Col. TRnhnrt M. Thompson, Allison V. Armour, Bartow 8. Weeks and Utistavua T. Klrby, found after consultation with tho steamship people that uso passengers could be Utkon in addition to tho American team nnd It Is the intention of the commlttoo to give preference to tho members of the different alhlntlo clubs that are members of tho Amateur Athletlo Union and the dllTorent colleges interested in this participation of Americans In the gamos ana who might want to go with tho team to soa them train. It looks now as though the reservations will be snapped up early. President Klrby of the Amateur Athletic Union, who left on a Western trip last Sunday, has taken with him diagrams of the Finland and cards showing tha rates decided on by tho committee for the trip Sd will offer these terms to tho different lbs and colleges from here to San Fran cisco, llartow H. Weeks Is now working out a special announcement for tho clubs with a diagram which will bo ready for distribution In a few days, and it is tho in tention of the committee to appoint on, man in each club in the United States and nt eaoh large colloge as u representative of the committee to take charge of those who might care to travel on the Finland. The proposition of tha commlttoo is an attractive one. As a matter of fact tho rates are far below those of any othor first class steamer. As tho committee has secured the Finland the proposition will be purely American from tho day alio lsaves the port untilehe ret urns to Antwerp, where they will disembark. Secretary Sullivan has received from Secretary Krlstlan llellstrom of the Swedish Olymplo committee a reply that clearly explains all of the rules about which any questions could be asked nd this letter will now be sent to the members of the American committee and tho ath letes, so they will know under lust what conditions they will compete, This ex planation of the rules will clear the at mosphere and make things more pleasant when the team arrives at Stockholm. The letter from Secretary Hellstrom Is as follows : Janut K. SvBlren. Kt7.. Snrttarv. American Olimisv Commutit: tDBAn fits: Deferring to your favor of recent ritte regarding the rules and regulations for athleUrs. I have much pleasure In giving you the following Information: The compeUtor will have to ask permission him self from the Judges In order to nave an attendant In any distance race. The Marathon course will be rather a hilly on. No attendants at nil will bo allowed to accompany the rompeUtors. Arrangements will be made all alonc-the course for the purpose of giving tbe competitors any assistance or Information tbey may require. There will be do penalty for a false start. We shall use a talteott Joist st least thirteen cenUmsters In width, at leant one meter In length and thirteen renUmeters thick. Throwing Only Implements furnished by the Swedish Olympic committee will be allowed. As to the hammer, 1 may menUon that same will have a piano wire of exaotly same kind as that of the Spalding hammer. Tbe competitor must stay in the circle until his throw has been marked, not measured. The quotation In your letter "Or with any part of his body passesover the takeoS Umlt" means that the compeUtor must not touch the ground outside of the takeoff limit with any part of his body. If the roan In putung tbe shothas his hand a foot or two outside tbe circle bis throw will of course be allowed. The contestants In Jumping competitions will be allowed to measure In advance and also to put a mark at the distance Utey have measured. Putting the weight An Iron shot will be used. Two hundred meter run In tbe pentathlon This race will be run In several beats and tbe time Is takn for each competitor. Standing high Jump A competitor may rock forward and backward, lifting heels and toes alternately from the ground, out may not lilt either foot clear from the ground or slide It along the ground In any dlreotton. We Intend to make provision to see that tba hat men from each country will be kept apart In tbelr heats. The second men will be given a chance to run over again. 1 am as yet unable to give you the dsOnlt dally programme, butl will forward you copy as soon aa ft hsd been definitely fixed, which, however, will take some time. Tbe rompeUtors will not be allowed any prao tlee Jumps, practice puts or practice throws. In the high Jump and pole vault the men land on turned ground. In tbe pole vault a bamboo pole maybe used, but only poles with one spike are allowed. Tbe length of the spike shall lie eight centimeters, maximum. In the shot put there will be no toe board. Tbe table of scoring toe decathlon cannot be ! published yet. Alwsya with pleasure atyour disposal with any further Information you may require, I bet to remslny ours very truly, Kkistiak ITamiTaou. College Men In Veterans' Games. College athletes will be very much In evidence no it Thursday night at the games of the Spanish War Veterans In the armory of the Twenty-second Regiment whloh will be held under the auspices of the Manhattan Borough Council. There Is a very liberal entry of the plok of many of the track and field men of the educational institutions hereabout. Major MurphrU making every endeavor to bring about a three cornered Intercity Sit? ?8!:weenuiI,Jww r?Ik- KoMon and Philadelphia, which should prove a oontest worth going a .Journey to witness. The entries received embrace the beat of the sprinters, , middle distance and dlatanoo runners within a. radius) of too mllea of Now York, Philadelphia Cricketers Beaten, i aprta CaM Dttpcuit to Tiis Bun. Bekmdpa. Feb. J8. The All Bermuda ortcket team to-day won the match with the Philadelphia eleven. On Saturday PWIadelohla'made 66 In the first Innlnga o 8 for Bermuda. Philadelphia had scored 48 for one wicket in the second In nlngs when stumps were drawn on Sat urday. .SyS? cl?fd thelr Becon 'nnlngs to-day for 136. Bermuda made 116 and won with 6 wickets to spare. Heheu Cornell's Hockey Captain. Itbioa, X. Y Feb. 36. F-dward Magnus Ron ml Vlia MiJtrvf-xari Mant.lt. I, hockey team at a meeting held to-day. He Played cover no nt nn ut -4 SSmU rSJL lul 'm Xw BKregatlon. He comes from iluffalo and Is senior. Gravesend nay Y. R. A. Mtln. The annual meeting of tho Yacht Ilaclng Association of (Iravasend Bay will be held this evening In the Crescent Athletlo Club Sir T "' ana rierrerioni streets Sm'.flV' &cook- .The election ol oncers will be held, a racing schedule ar -.Vi in,w oourea for the aummer'i racing will be arranged, Bleka Boxes Perron To-nlghl. Two nf Mil. nikvA.i. u - -. .. . . .. "'"""H"" imwm victims, .-ff'? fi1 e ' ."'' neet ten round " 8SKB2,mM at th0 lrmount A, C. ll?l. SILENT KNIGHT IN BROOKLYN. New Motor Added (o Exhibits In Twenty third Beglment Armory. Crowds flocked to tho Drooklyn Auto mobile Show yostordny In tho Twenty third Ttoglmcnt nrmory In splto of bad weather. Ilona fldo sales becamn more numerous and many prospectivn buyers nttonded. Now fnnturon went added to tho display ynstortlny, among them being tho Hllont Knight sliding, slonvo motor, which Is cut out snctlonnlly, showing nil of Hit) moving parts In oporntlun. Many havn not yet seen how thn slcnvo vnlvos work, but ran obtain n thorough understanding of them by an examination nt the Stearns booth. Tha motor Is on nn elovittod plat form, raited off so an to be plainly vislhlo to a large number. What is probably tho most novel display nt tha show is the Palgo Detroit Colonial coupe, which causes many to smile nt Its quaint array. Two children, Wilbur nnd Holon Lowell, the son nnd daughter of ,1 W. Lowoll, aro in costume as Ucorgo nnd Martha Washington. Helen makes a very beautiful Colonial damo In her whlto pow dered wig, while Wilbur looks much thn same as the father of his country did about tho time ha "did It with his little hntchat.' Several additional makes of cars havn been added to the show since tha list of exhibitors at the opanlng was announced. Tha Lion, displayed by the Lion Auto Sales Company; tho K-tt-t-T shown by U. F. Rati and tho Clno offorod by tho Grant Square Auto Company aro Included among these. There aro new Ideas to bo noted at Brook lyn that were not seen at either of the New York automobile straws. For Instance, bumpers on trucks, similar to those em ployed on touring cars, are a now departure. Self-starters and other davlces among the accessories exhibit aro shown publicly for tho first time. Some of the exhibitors display plonsuro and commercial models In the same booth, while others have sepnrnto booths for onch style. Tho Poor less, Ford, l'opo Hart ford each havo two distinct displays, one In charge of truck nnd delivery wagon exports nnd the othor with pleasure car salesmen In attendance. To-night Is designated as Long Island Automobllo Club night. DELINQUENT GOLF CLUBS. Twenty-three M. G. A. Ori-anltatlons Ilavo Not Sent In Handicap I.I sis. The unusual spectacle of a Metropolitan Golf Association handicap list minus the names of one or more scratch players may bo seen In the near future. If so, the fault will hardly be with tho M. G. A. committee of which A. It. Pogson is chairman. Ills associates are Wyatt W. Toylor, George II. Dames, John S. ood ward :d and Oswald Kirkby, all of whom aro powerless to make further progress unless the clubs do their part. In other words, twenty-threo clubs have failed to send in their reports to the committee. It Is a matter of record that certain or ganizations such as Bedford, Mahopac. Flushing and Princeton are almost always late and the work of the committee is hard enough having to await their pleasure, but this year oven somo of tho prominent and usually prompt clubs such as Garden City, F.nglewood, Deal, Morris County and St. Andrews have fallen by the wayside. last year tho list was issued tho night of March 31, thereby baatlng.nll previous records. In order to accomplish that the committeo held seven meetings, tho shortest session lasting two hours anil tho longest four hours nnd a half. Fnllntrlnt? U n lint of the twenty-three delinquent clubs: Bedford Golf and Trnnli Club. Canoe Mr on It Country Club. Deal (loir and Country Club. Untie wood Country Club. Essex County Country Club, Falrview Country Club, Flushing Country Club, Cartlrn City Golf club, the Golf Club of Glen Ridge. Mahopac Country Club, Morris County Golf Club. National Oolf Links nf Amrrlra. North Jersey Country Huh, Ocean Country club, I'rlncr- uju ituu viuu. itocKionci i oumry uuo, itumson Country Club. Sseirkill Golf Club. Scottish-American Golf Club. Shlnnernrk Hills linlf I'hih. Smith Orange Field Club. St. Andrew's Golf Club and Tuxedo Coif Club. TO ACCEPT BRITISH CHALLENGE Board of Governors ot Molor Boat Club Will Meet This F.vcnlng. The board of governors of tha Motor Boat Club of America will meet this evening at the Automobile Club to accept the chal lenge of the Royal Motor Yacht Club for a race for the British International trophy. It is probable that at this meeting some arrangements will be made for thn defence of the trophy. Motor boatmen in all parts of the country are to bo lnvttod to build boats for the eliminating trials which will be held for tho purpose of selecting the three representatives of this country. Just who ro tbe races will bo held this year ia another matter to be settled. I.nst year they were at Huntlngtou and the year before that at I-arehmont. Hunting ton's course la a Una one well suited to speed motor boats, but there aro somo members of the club who would like tho races to be held nearer the city. Commodore .1. Stuart Blackton would Ilka tho Attmitlo VaoIiI. Club to hold the races, but tha objection to the lower bay la that there aro so many logs and so muoh driftwood that accidents might happen. Then it would bo difficult to get a course down the bay to fulfil the requirements of tha deed of gift without closing the harbor altogether to commorco. Another course talked of is nt (Hen r.ovn or Hempstead Harbor. The Glenwood country ciuu, a new, big organization, has headquarters there and a course could be laid from near the breakwater, which would be ideal for motor boating. Thero is it properly mirveyed nautical rhllo course there over which the speed boats could bo tried. Columbia Plays Yale To-night. Tbe Columbia basketball team plays the Yale five at New Haven to-night In what may be a deciding game In tho intorcol loglate championship series. Columbia Is at present leading the intercollegiate league, and a vintory over the I lls would make tho Blue and White certain of at least a tie for first plaoe in tho llnalstandlng.ta Columbia still has unother game to play with Penn sylvania, lalo has won only one game In tbe intercollegiate series, hut has always plated a strong game on Its home floor, and for this reason the Columbia five is not lasing any cnunces ana win put rorth Its full strength. The Columbia team Is in good condition and has played only one game In the last ten days, whereas the i ale five has had two hard contests. Pro Golfera at BeUoalr. Arrangements have been made for a sec ond professional golf tournament at Hells air. Fla.. to be played on March I nnd 'J and to Include in the list of contestants Alex Smith. Gil Nlcholl. Frod Mcleod. Wllllo Lelth, Isaao Macltlc, Jack .lolly Tom Anderson nnd Tom MnnVntnum The tournament will begin wltli an amateur proiesstonai raatcn oi eignieeu noins which will be played on March l and on the follow ing' day the eight "pros" will got together In n thlrty-slx hole contest. The course is in me ooi oi conumon ana, u anytmng. Is better than ItVwax when Meholls, Smith, McLeod and Lelth played over It early In February. It Is expected that the record of "3 held by llth will go by the hoard In the course of the coming tournament. Harlem IStS Tourney. Mark Muldauer defeated George P. B. Clarke In the Harlem class A amateur 18 :2 balkllne bllllnrd championship tour nament at the Mornlngslde Bllllnrd Acad emy, 126th street nnd Lenox avenue, last night by a score nf 200 to 178. Muldnuer's average was 8-32. .while Clarke's was t WZ2. Both made high runs of 28. Mul dauer played exceptionally good billiards nnd aa yet Is undefeated In the tourna ment. To-night Clarke plays M, Isaacs. The scores : Muldauer a. 8. J. 17, 80, J. 23. 0. 4, 2. 4. S. 4 li. n. j, u. y, o.o, i, 6. ,' i, is. 2. io"b. V Total. Von! ClsrUe 7. 3, is, i, s. i. n. o, o.lo, o, is, js. 7. 1. 3' r. l. 10. 0. 0. 2. p. a. a.lu, 0. , II. s,'o. s. "To'iai. i;: 1 Iteferre C. Johnson. Baseball Notes. Jt9WefK Americans, Inflelder Shafer of the Giants has been I'Jjydl.TJ.,.0 ,h8 National rnmmlsilo" and without the payment of a flna. LONG HITS BY GIANTS III MftRLIN PRACTICE Hnrry McCormick Knocks Ball Over Right Field Fence of Kmcrson Park. ' GOOD DRIVE BY SHAFER Mcdrnw Wlllliic to Piny Athletics, hut Wnnts Kpjnilnrs In tho Lineup. MAttMN, Tex., Feb. 26, Hnrry McCor mick, the former Giant outfielder, drove one of t-'-ati Kynns's shoots over the right field fence In this afternoon's practice. The soaring sphere cleared the barrier by somo fifty fret und has not been seen since. McUrHH Is authority for tho state ment that McL'ormlck's Is the first drive to clear tho fenco nt Kmcrson Park. Schnfcr, who irppuurcd In a uniform for the llrst time this morning, lined out a ball which struck the fence, and this was the second longest hit of the day. McOrnw Is still engaged In teaching his youngsters the elemental principles of the game. In splto of the fact that the Giants' manager only returned from San Antonio at C o'clock this morning he was among the first on tho field at morning practice. The two hours of work before luncheon consisted mnltily of trying out different combinations In the infield and n Kcncral loosening up of stiffened muscles. in the artarnoon Koblnson warmed up the pitchers while McGruw Instructed the remainder of the squad In tbe Intricacies of the fall atvny elide. A baso Is placed In the centre of a plot of soft loosened earth and the embryo major leaguers dive at It time after time under the wutchful eye of the New York lender. l.ator in the afternoon came the butting practice. Encli pitcher took his turn on the mound, but whllo several of them dis played considerable speed. Tesreau was the only one who showed nny great signs of control, This Mk right hnnder nan Improved wonderfully slnit- Inst year and seems to havo a very fair chance of liccomlnc n regular. The pitching staff may bo augmented to-monow, as Louis Drucke Is expected to arrive. In speaking of the possibility of n meet ItiK with the Athletics McOraw said to-day : "I should lw willing to nlay two games one In San Antonio und one In Dnllns, but think It would be better to play mixed tennis Instead of llmltlnc the contestants to the tecrulls. The games would draw lurxe crowds and piople would be disap pointed unless they saw at least a few of tne regulars, i toiu .Mr. urusn mis, nnu he may take up the matter with Connie Muck.'' Kmcrson Field Is again In condition mvlni; to two sunny days and the unceas ln;r efforts of Groundkeeper Murphy. Tho tumpeinture dropped seeral degrees to tiny, but McGrnw Is rutletled to have a clear sky overhead and Is using every endeavor to whip the recruits Into some sott of shape before tho arrival of tho regulars. BROWN OUTPOINTS COSTER. In Lively Lightweight Encounter at the Irving A. C. Knock Out Brown, the Hast Side light weight, outpointed Joe Coster of Brook lyn, by a cloto margin In n ten round bout at the Irving A. C- In Brooklyn last night. Brown was the snme aggressive boy with no science, but his strong left to the body did much to weaken Coster. Coster used u left uppercut with great skill, but there was no steam behind It und he did little or no damage. IC. O. rushed at pleasure In the first part of the mill ami landed hard on Joe, but later In the fight Coster did some leading nnd along with worrying Brown sent In stiff left uppercuts that kept Brown guess ing. Brown got the opening round by rush ing In and landing hard on the body re peatedly whllo Coster sent In nn occa sional upper. cut at cjose quarters. The second was even, for when Brown rushed Coster took a few blows, hut worked In an uppercut with tho left that pushed Brown s head back. Tho next round was also even, Brown playing for the wind on tho aggressive, while Coster scored a few short hooks to the stomach. Coster put up n lively fight In the fourth, running Into Brown with Jnbs nnd scoring suc cessfully with left uppercuts. Coster scored again In the fifth, righting Brown at close quarters and not giving him a chance to get set. Ho sent In stiff upper cuts, but he lacked the punch to stagger Brown. Near the end of tho round Brown cored two stiff body blows. Tho East Slder came out on a mad rush In the sixth anil landed hard with right nnd left to Coster's body. He rushed the Brooklyn boy to the ropes and landed re peatedly to the wind. Before Brown could end matters tho gontf sounded and Coster w ent bnck to his corner somewhat groggy. Coster fought like mad In the seventh and punched Brown around the ring, land ing uppercuts unner tne cnin. Ho toon Brown by surprise nnd though the latter landed a few hard knocks to the body It was Coster's round. From the opening of the eighth Coster began to show tho effects of the body pun ishment administered by Brown and he hung on whenever the opportunity pre sented Itself, pinning Brown's gloves under his arms. Brown landed a few stiff swings to the lody, but Coster came back with uppercuts that Brown did not seem to inlntL This round was oven. Brown got tho last two rounds by forcing tho tight and landing hnrd to tho body, weakening Coster, while Coster sent In his harmless left uppercuts. LEACH CROSS A WINNER. Has a Merry Time at Expense of Willie Beerher In Olympic Ring. Ieach Cross won from Wllllo Beecher and let go a few Jokes at the Olympic A. C. In Harlem last night. Leach had not the slIghcHt hit of trouble beating Willie nnd things wero so easy for him that ho made nn effort' to amuse the spec tators. I-onch covered up In the first five rounds of the light nnd allowed Beecher to work nt close quarters, but Beecher could not do much. 1-nch let loose ufter the llfth and slambanged Beecher nlFover the ring. It was Cnms's light without a struggle. Cross got eight of tho ten rounds and the other two were even. When the fifth round wns on tho rain happened to lie coming down In torrents and some of tho drops wero leaking through tho roof on loach's back. 1 j-nrl. moved nwny and requested Beecher to look skyward and see the rain, but Beecher wns too wlso to look and Lcnch laughed, lit tho sixth he tried to have Beecher look up to see tho lightning, but Beecher saw that Cross's right hand wns oeninu nts nacK arm aecitiea quickly that It would be n llttlo too dangerous oven to iook at iiKntning, Voting Cashtqsn Stops Lewis. Toung Cnshman of the Hamilton A. C. and Billy Ixwl of Newark wero the stars at the Kordon A. C. Inst night. Cashman stopped Lewis In tho seventh round. In tho second Lewis was saved from n knockout by the bell nnd In the sixth Cnshman knocked out several of Lewis's teeth, splitting his nose nnd Hps. In the seventh CiiHhman went nt Lewis lilto a bull, rocking his head with haymakers until Lewis went to his knees. n6 put up lotli hands ttnd said, "I will quit : no mote for me," Hockey Tournament Ending, " Thn New York Athletlo Club and Hockey Club teams will pltty tholr final game In tho amateur championship Merles tn-nlght In thn Ht Nicholas lllnk. This will be tho only preliminary to the great game between the Trescent and Wanderer teams on Fri day ii glit, whloh will decide the cham pionship. Iloth aronnw tied In the lead and n victory for thn Crescents will gvo them permanent possession of tho cham pionship trophy, they having won It In two previous tourimmcnta. Shoemaker Wins at Pool. John II. Shoemaker defeated Harry Schwarti last night In the opening game of the amateur pool tournament by n scorn of SB to 116, at, John Doyle's Forty second street room. Shoemaker made a high run of 30, which Is remarkably good "f " amateur. William Howling will play Charles McCafferty to-night. ATJTOMOim.TtS. Do You Know About The Utility Combinations of Chalmers Cars? If you contemplate spending $5000 for an automobile, consider the remarkable values which you secure through the Chalmers Utility Combinations. For instances Two Cars ( Chalmers "Thirty-Six" Limousine $3000 I Chalmers "30" Touring or Roadster 1 500 Total $4500 Two Cars Chalmers "Six" cylinder Touring $3250 i Chalmers " I hirty-Six Roadster 1800 Total I5050 With either of these combinations you get two excellent automobiles for the cost of one $5000 car. , x Many people see the same disadvantages in using a big car for runabout purposes that are apparent in the use of a four horse drag for shopping or marketing. We will welcome the' opportunity of telling you more about other Chalmers Utility Combinations. "We guarantee the service." CARL H. PAGE AND COMPANY BROADWAY AT SOTH STREET Brooklyn Bedford Ave. at Fulton St Yonkers 32 So. Broadway. Bridgeport 2S3 Fairfield Ave. JAFFE WINS AT CHESS. Local Player Beats Westerner In First flame ot Scries After 37 Moves. Oscar Chajes of Chicago, former West- era chess champion, and Charles Jaffa of New ork, who divided the third and fourth prizes of last year's New York national mas ters tournament, in which Marshall and Capablauca wero the chief prlzo winners began tliolr series of exhibition games at the rooms of tho Manhattan Chess Club yesterday. Jaffe. defending a queen's pawn opcnlne, won nfter twenty-seven moves. At his seventeenth turn the Chi cago player gave up his queen's pawn for the sake of opening a long diagonal for his bishop. Lator he was left with a weak pawn at K.I. Attempting a combination Chajes failed to reckon on all of the consequences and got into a position where the loss of the exchange was forced. '1 he Westerner was suffering from a bad cold, in consequence of which the second game will not he played until Wednesday or'lhursday. The series, being played for n purse put up hy Kelix K. Kahn, has been extended to six, the last three samea to ho played at the rooms of the like Chess Club. MOUNTAINS AND STREAMS. Madison Squaro Garden Undergoing An other Transformation Heene. Another big transformation It going on in tho Madison Square Garden and scene painters nnd carpenters are at work making the popular amphitheatre resemble a wild woodland with mountains, vales, streams onjl rocks. U Is being prepared for the annual Sportsmen's Show and by this after noon the mountains will be up and the work of placing the trees nnd bridges begin. On tho north side of the Carden Is to be a cragced peak up which the horses and pack mules, ono ridden by Manager Van Allen's son, will climb nnd then roltirn to tho valley, where camp will bo made. In this valley will be fishermen's shncks. campers' tents ami ninny outer potnvs oi interest to the lover ot out of door life. At tho Fourth avenue end of thn (inrilpn thn shooters will hold their contests. Thoro will bo the annual shoot for the Indoor championship, for which all the best known niarKsmcn are entoreu. Micro will nlo bo team shoots nnd Interrltv mntrhp so that tbe guu men will hnve lots to In terest mem. A pool is to bt made on which the anglers will cast and during the week of the show they will hold their annual Indoor tourna ment. In the basement tho boys of the l'ubllo Schools Athletlo League will hold their annual tournament and shoot with rllles and subcallbre guna for handsome trophies. Thelboys' camp feature which wbb such a success In last year's show a to bo repeated on a much larger scale. MANUAL'S HOCKEY TITLE. Curtis nigh Beaten In Final Game Ily S Goals to 1. Manual Training High School of Drook lyn captured tho Inter-High School Hockey League championship by defeat ing tho Curtis High School of Staton Island In the final game In the St. Nich olas rink last night. The final score was' 2 to 1. The game was desperately fought nnd enlivened by good team work on each side. The Manual boys havo maintained a clean slate throughout tho tournament with four victories to their credit. The Btuyvesant nnd De Witt Clinton high schools of Manhattan are on even terms for second honors with two victories nnd one defeat. , In the llrst period many hard shots at the cage were turned aside. The Staten Island students continually forced their opponents. Manual began a terrific at tack at Curtls's cngo nt the outset of the final half. Harmon shot n goal In two minutes, while Heaver added the win ning tally on a good long shot three min utes later. Mlldrun scored the Richmond Dorough school's only goal after eleven minutes or playing. The lineup: Manual T. HlCtlns Illchard Ilergen Heaver Harmon Titus Thomas., roJfUortj, tiosl , . , Point.... Coverpotnt., Hover Centre Lrfmtnc.., Might wing. Crlli . . ..Kepler Lati ...Solomon . .onerwood Doyle ..Illeerlter . .Mimrun Score Manual T. 8.. i: Cnrtlft It. ft i r?ni, Second half Harmon. 2:00; Seaver, I6-O0: Mll drun, il:oo. Iteferee-Ilarry UcKay, wauderers H. ;, Timekeeper John v. Jsmcs, Wanderers h. v. line ui imivcB io minium, Bestilta at Charleston. rirst Hace-Kour furlnnra-Havell Lutt. M maiimcn, is uj i, won: iconeourc I. v.. 107 tnklr lnl. 1& to t. neennd: ClorltA Hums, ins flfurilni 10 to I. third. Time. 0:M -. Nick Akin. Van Ileren. Llttlo Dad. I'rlnce I'nnso, High C1KT, Cordis 1'. and Farraud alao ran. Second Hare -Six fiirlongs-4ack Drnmsn. lit (Hopkins). 7 to &. wnn: MMin tllcnit. it iiimiMi SO to I, second! Al Muller, US (Kennedy), to ). third. Time, 1:21 1-5. Stalwart I.d. Miss Jonah, U nlnn Jack, Oakley and Teddy Hear sluo ran. Third Race His furlongh-lteiiuhllcan, loa I lonMnm, u tp in, won: Mack II. Kuhanlts, livt (llulrll. 13 to 5, econd: Klsmtna, 105 tPalr bruiherl, 30 to 1, ihlrd. Time. l;l. Ijidy IJght nlng and Mad lllvcr also ran. Fourth Usee One mile and a sixteenth-Husky Ijad, tt) iMdrvlnl, 0 to J, won: CI. M. Miller, ins. iKoernrr). I to l, M-rnnd: 'Pay Pay, 10J (Turnerl. IS lot. third. Time. :M -. TheVlclden Htttleri nli.,:'!',n." ""cbuck and Troy Weight bImi ran. Klftli llace I Ivo and a half furlnnrs- Mum sine. II) (Hopkins). II to 5. won: SIIsh lirtimp. US (Ambrnsei, :i to I, trrnndi (iansunre, mi tllrtirr), ) to I. third. Time, ltll .1-5. Charley llrmvn Ragle ninl and frank Ituhstallrr also ran, Dono van fell. Hlxtli nce-One mile and seventy yards , Peter I'ende r. IIJ (Desk), 2 to 1. won: Itone O'Neill, JS (Ambrose), 7 to 1. second: l.lmnel, IM iKiilr hrpheri. 6 to I, third. Time. 1:47 M. Acnar. Hlnrlo Hie. Horses K., llsrt, Paucnd Cra Msfor also iaa. ACTOMOniLK". Hartford 33-37 Mulberry St. Huntington, U I. North Shore Oarage 1912 'GLIDDEN WITH CANAL ZONE ANNEX A. A. A. Rfellabllity Run Likely to Re From Indianapolis to Now Orleans. GOOD LAW FOR LAMP MAKERS Senntor Stllmcll Proposes Ono That Will Mako Uso of Signal De vice Peremptory.' The (Hidden tour for 1012 or rather the A. A. A. national reliability run, as It ought to be called, since the touring body has shelved the Glldden trophy-Is likely to be a Mlddlo West to 1-ar oiith run. It Is understood on more or less reliable Informa tion that tho run Is to start at Indianapolis and to strike south to New Orleans, It Is reported further that when tho tourists get to the Crescent City a boat w ill be waiting thero to take them on a run to the Canal Zone nnd to return Ihem to New Orleans after a brier tlmo spent In inspection of the digging. I rom thnt city they will be able to take tholr own way back to whatever Places they came from. 'lhus the (illdden tour It Is almost Im possible to speak of It by any other name will have a marine flavor, although of course that part or It from New Orleans to Colon nnd I'anama and return will not count In deciding on the endurance of the automo biles. It will hove a decided bearing on tho sturdlnoss of the contestants. Although It has not been dollnltely de cided that the tour will go this wny. It is known that arrangements havo been made In New Orleans ror the chartering or a boat and that the money has been forth coming for it. So It Is very probable this will be part or the tail reliability run. lhe Long Island Automobile Club has received notification from A. J. Deer, presi dent of tho New ork State Automobile Association, to tho edoct that a bill Intro duced by Senator Stllwell, which already has passed Its third leading, would menu If It became a law that none of tho tall lights now used on automobiles could be kept In service and that automnblllsts would have to go to great expense in substituting the prescribed form or lighting tor that now In use. Mr. Deer's letter In part wns as rol lows" "1 have carefully gone over this bill nnd hao arrived at tho following con clusions If this bill becomes a law It will necessitate tho throwing aside of all tall lights now mod on automobiles within New lork Mate, and the replacing of tamn with lighting signal which will show onn colorof light when car Is travelling and will nave to snow another color ol light when car Is slowing down, nnd will have to show tho third color ot light when car intends to stop. There is a device on tho market that w in ao tins it h u patented Uevlco and costs about t'.'o. It would also cast about 10 moro to Install it on a car. So you can see what this bin mean to tho nutomoblllsts In Now Vork Mate If It becomes a law. "Tho bill was introduced early this month and nmuiids tho I 'unit I l.uvv. Senator Stil wull Is chairman of tho Codes Committno nnd tha bill wns reforrod to ids committee. I understand thnt It wns reported out or committee and passed thn third reading with wry few Senutora In their chairs. Tho Now Vork Statu Automobile Association hud nlruudy mado application font hearing but thn application was ignoied. "This looks to me like ono or the most unronHonabln plocos or leglHlntlon that has ovur been inaugurated against automobil lsts. not only In Now Vork State, but It would apply to ovary nutonioblllst who came Into our Stato rrom the outside, atid places us nt tho mercy of tho owiiCih and manufac ture or tho patented light above do scribed. " Tho groat turnout of uutomohiles on Sun day gave tho persons riding in cars an oppor tunity of finding out that tho roadways in tha park system had not stood up well under tho winter traffic. HIvnrHlde Drive Irom Seventy-second street to issth, or rather to a point Just north or (Irnnt'H fomb, is In dls tresHlng condition. All along thu lower part or thn drive tho sin-flic Ing of the rond Is worn away in spots and what is loft Ih full of ridi?(iu nmnin. -.' right angles, its wiiIUhIu other places paral- i.ii, T.U1I luu iiuin wi mi, rutui, ror tneso conditions t in heavy lumen aro responsi ble. Hiding N not nt all an enjoyable thing Occupants of thn nutninohltus nrn shaken nnd thrown all about. In a great many places there nru deep holnn which Jolt thoso seatnd in thn cars vnry iiiiiiltiUHiintly. Tim sharp edgns of the. depressions n the roadways In HImiikIiIo Drlw.ns well its In Central I'nrk, havn a vary bad effoct on tho tires of tho automobiles. In the spring tho Manhattan motorist finds he has a larger peroontngn of tiro trouble right away, not becatiHO his car has been laid up through thn witttor, for In many cws this Is not so. but on acixitint of thn bad city stroets and park roads on which thn machine has to run. A sudden jnr ugnlnat the sham edge or a liolo In the asphalt or a road will break thn fnbrlo in a tiro and lead to a blowout. Tho casing Is subjected to a ntiniher of other such strains that shorten ItH life. Inasmuch its the surrounding country does not Invite to touring in the llrst days of spring thn auto mobllljt must content himself with drMtig around the city Nnturslly ho take. Mi ploasuro tripe along thu drlvu or In Central AUTOMOHII.ES. Second Am A utcQhow A SPLENDID opportunity to inspect the latest models of pleasure and commercial vehicles. Three hundred cars attractively displayed. No crowding. Concert afternoon and evening by Old Guard Band. Open Until Saturday Night 23rd Regiment Armory (Bedford Avenue, "Atlantic to Pacific") ADMISSION, 50 CENTS Auto Show Souvenir During each day of the Shore, the fint S00 ladies purcruuine tickets at the Box Office, after It 30 P. M., and the firrt 500 purcliaiine ticket! at the Hox Office, after 7i30 P. M., will re ceive a box of Parle &r Tilford'i Finest Chocolatet. To reach the Show from Manhattan, take Fulton Street "L" to Franklin or Noslrand Avenue Station Wfi'X. X M! O U S I N E thorotifhlr overhauled, re painted and In beat condi tion; guaranteed. 81,765.00 58TN ft BMAIWAY Great Auto Collection-uBargains" New York's Autnraoblle Dargalm Establishment. Tar lUcellence." No other concern can begin to compete or deliver oars In same condition: made possible by largest service Uulltllng In N. V. For Casn-Or On Time Payments Paekanls. Prerlesses, lMercr-Arrows. Mercedes. Alros. Drlaunay-Ilellevllles, ltenaullx, llartrords, locomobiles, llulcks. -K. M. F.'s." Maxwells, Itegals, Stearns. Palmer-Singers. lullmans. .Na tionals. Chalmers. Cadillacs. Flats. Iozlers. Sim nicies, Mercers, Fortls, Whites, Hupmobtlcs. lltidsons, Oldsmoblles. Thomases. Ac. In all styles of bodies: and prices and condition better than elsewhere: try us to Gasoline Delivery Vnions.3SO to S3 SO. Demonstrations cheerfully ilven: examinations Intlted; "Square Deals." Tires & Tubes-50-70 Discount Marnetos. Lamps. Parts. Ae., at Cut Hates. Bodies-All Makes-Rock Bottom Put on your chassis iu!ck complete Job. Broadway Auto Exchange . L- - JANDOItr, Pres. 1761 Broadway Used and endorsed tiv tuo Icatut: ueaterK uij all over the world. Ceo. W. Hoffman, Mnfr., In. aianapous. in a. n. x. umce. l I'arK now. I'nrk. Therefore ho encounters the.o condi tions over nnd over airnin nnd iti.thn rminm of a short tlmo he finds his tiles nro showiiu; slcns of tho strain. This much ho owes to those who do not maintain the park sjstciu as it should be. In Central Park the surfneo of tho West Drlvo particularly hns worn off and tho metalline below Is exposed. I'nless n tjulck repair Job l tlono hero tho result will ho a very dlstresslnc condition cnllinir for nn expenditure or money much creator than would hnvo been tho caso if tho repairs had been made when tho need lor them first showed Itself. It does not look ns If the road material put down nt the Fifty-ninth street nnd Hfth avenue entrance to tho Park wns of tho sort thnt will stnnd the strain for n number of years, as I'ark Commissioner Htover bclloved It mlsht A part of this entrance is still in reasonably ood con dition but tho rest of It Ih not nnd tho road surfneo shows a crcat deal moro wear thnn should bo the caso In so few months ns tho stud hns been nut dnn If the practice of other seasons l follow cd, which Is to delay repairs for n lonu time, sprlnir tnotorlne will bo nbout tho sntne In Mnnhnttnn ns It always linn been u com-' binatlon of Jolts nnd Jnra which will put tin llnlshlnc touches to u few already wenrlrd inechnnlms Somo hcnons there Is llttlo choice between oompoUne in u nice nnd . urlvine in Manhattan ns n quick Inducer of crystallization I Thix. Inrnl mranta fnr tt.n Clui-. tn l.n.. I received n telecrain from thn factorv nt imiiiiiiupoiis kiviuk tne tietnu or tliosttuz victory in tho Dakersfleltl, Oil . rond race 21-.miles nnd thero wero tlfteon Hturtoi . ini'ludlivj Mitchell, lltilck, Knox. National and I'ope-llnrtrord curs nt well ns mo Stllt7. This car, driven hv .lack Hays, took thn t.nl:nvinw (rnnln'i nn ti riui . ..II n.. Tuft cm, for tfnuT flip ilT mlcV'; ere covered In 5 hours 44 mlnulOH :,n seconds. I thn Until I, nlnn ulnn' lm. ......... F , i. M ....... " . . wi, iiciiiurn ui in rounil- Itess of thn rnuran Tl. fli..knii seconti in 7 hours a minutes :.. seconds nnd 1 the lltilck third In 7 hours x minutes -inl seconds, i If tho nice wenthor Haturday and Sunday had kept up yesterday the sprlnir eelline senson would have been on with n boom As It Is dealers will hnve to wait n little oniier for thines to stnrl Motorlne wns In the air on Sunday nnd thousands of nutomobillsts wero out Yachts Chance Hands. The f n 1 1 n w I rt ir trnn.r.,. ' i. . reported throiich tho ncency of Frank jiuvwin uoiipb; The 100 fnnt crit.lr. ltn.it... -i . . - - ..'... ui-i , viiiircernfi by hvans It. Dick to Commodore William OLD CROW Re. U. R The Standard Guaranteed Pure RVH QOM0m "onal Pun Food Ml BLENDED NOT ADULTERATED IMnHtaCaS SOLD 0HLY IH OUR SEAl . vvuLLrlC NEVER SOLD IN Rill IV str,AFoJHLAR0ESr BOTTLERS OF OLD-FASHIONED HAND-MADE SOUR-MASH fiTRAtnitT Mint. n,,r- ... w" raa nic YVHliK.Iiy In TMK WOKbu H. B. KIRK 6l CO., New York, N0 V AtiTo.Monu.r.s. Annual AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE 0WNBR8 AND SSLLXM OP AD TOtfODILJt. COUMBRC1AL TBHb CU9, OA1UOK8. TWIN. IQU1F- mint& au nsFAin com panies, WILL ALWATB FIITD 80UETH1NO Or IMTSBXsTr Ui THIS COLUMN. DArttiAI.S'S neforc rttrWIns confer with lit. IT WILL PAY0U. ALTnMOIlILI'.S-IIIch trade used cars. Urn stock of stsndanl makes. Cash or terms to suit We buy. sell ami exchance. Cars taken on com mission. No stoMtre rharces. no III l TOPS WINDSIMF.LUS. TinttS to reduce your tire cost by from Stri to Mr.. Sen1 for our TIRi: PHICK wnKCKEn Itl'Mni.l- & IIACINH SKATS very chesp. TI1IKS SQl'Alir. AUTO CO., Ill'l llrosdway. Near 5tth St. Thone 731 Col. L'SHD PHhHLESS CARS. The time to buv a USKD CAft Is no before the Spring opens. If you want a bargain call and Inspect our Irst of u .ed cars. ALL MOI)i:L3 OVKnilAt'LTtn AND GUARANTEED. Peerless Motor Car Co. of N. Y. i;w ll'way. N. Y. C. nAKI'.lt LLKCTitic VICTORIA: overhauled: Is exrHknt condition: S77S. Can bs seen at IIAKHn vnitlCLK CO8. I'M Itrnanway. Automobile. Instruction. AlTOMOItll.i: IINOINC WORKING- MODF.t.3.508 iet actual practice on "QUICK TO UIAII.N models twood and hrassi, complete with In structions. Ily ninil. SOc. G. II. FOSTER. 5 West ath SI. liooulct Rxnlalns" wilV" Our Course Is Iir.SI Sli:ttAUT At'TO ACADIC1IY. Mm V est Mth St., near Broadway. "Fourried on Honesty, "Prospers oa Merit." FOR OWNEICL prospective owners, chauf feurs, thorntiehly practical "course, dsy or ere r.lni: booklet on request. WEST SIDIi Y. U. C A.. Hi West 57th st. Telephone 3800 Columbus. Automobiles for Hire. TOrniNf! ami I.lmnuslne cars to rent by hour, day or month. HAYES, phone 7Ma Ilryant. MOTOR CAR DIRECTORY iTT- - tm MOTOR COMPANY. J DPOITJgarCV W0 n'way. cor. 4.4 SI Telephone. 7S5-17 Columbus mMAUTC Roucht. Sold and ExrhanceJ. mAnti Times Si). Auto Co.. 110 UrnvliTtr Bsj r.s "ar Aum Imrort Co. of America. C 13 i, :-6-s vest &ith st.. n. r JIAfiMTOS IMNTAl.l."!' scientifically and rsnnsh'J II. "t.C'o. SSII YV. 4iilhSt. Dl I Ir-K Motor Co., ll'way, between Vila OUIwi Mth sis. I'ltons 4040 Columbus. ftAll'i I Aft Cxrs. Parts. Eerslrs, riarars. UMlJILLNu Columbus Circle. Tel. Mil Col. PVFPITT Self-startlnr cars. ShephtrJ Mo C V CIx i i inr rar Co.. ll'way. near ilsl St. KUnY Knox Automobile Company, tvnurt ifyvi.trwta Mrnsfltv.iv. I'hnnn 4JV1 CoL NiTMNsI ror.RTNEit motor car co.. imj linilunL li'iv.ty utth St.). Phone 81M-7 Cot, MAXWELL mxvii:li..uhi.scoi: unci .1 West 8ls St. Phone 4141 Col SIMPLEX , , 2,3 "Mado In New York City." West Mth St. Tel. S13J Coc, I . , II, Child for n cruise from Miami to Nassau nnd llavnim nnd return. Thn loot Knsoleno yacht Vorant III. sokl for John II, Tyson to Herbert 0. Vj lie, who will hnvo tho yncht hhlppcd to Tampim, Mnilco. 'I ho mo foot cnsoleno vncltt Palsy, char tered to C. I'aidce of ttilladelphia for a crulnn Irum New Orleans to Florida port! unci NnsHitti, Tho Sfw Vork Y. C. 30 footer Atalr sold by .1. I.ilwnr.1 Meyer to J. A, Mnhlstedt of New litii hellii. Commodore Hobert K. Tod hns ordered throtich Frank Ilowno Jones two dory launches lor into on his auxiliary schooner whon thnt yacht makes her crulsn acrnsi the Atlantic In the Hprintr, Theso launches nro tti bo tlttctl with I'uy A nowen motors S. Pat, OS. E of RYE Whiskey Whiskey Under Na av Serial Number 2163 piy mitti p-i pvpdv..,u... ' i Is.