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THE SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1912.
DARTMOUTH CONQUERS lilne hihI White I'nalil.' to Hit With Men on Iwini'w, I ji 1 1 ill-. U to '2. TTsiTons nrxni safktiks Onsliniirli. in Third Produces All Tlirt't' Their Itmis. fntiins of Dartnioulh opened it n b.iscb.ill season yesterday by tnliliiK atcliisoiiiml cxcltiiur Statue from t'olumblH on South Kleld The I tnn rrlan were oiitlmttcd nnd nuiMeldcd ly tin' llltio mill White, Iml li- hunrliltiit hit In tin-1 It 1 1 it jiiiiliw Mcoti'il all their runs anil won h tli acme of ;i to '.' It wu a hnrd Riihtn for t'oluinblii to Ion', a the loenl team liinl tin- liti"rr tin oontsest from tho start nml time lifter time li.nl men on buses when a hit would h.-iui meant n inn 'I lie needed ".-itcHes worn not lorthcomlntf, however, und liiirttnoiitli tiulli'il out the iinme Kotlmcll nml Lksiroiu were tin' iiiiosuk twlrlctn Kothwcll let the purthinxith Iphiii lime only live hits Three of these, how ever, xxcro In it row in the third mid, i utti lilllcd with ii siioritlte II v, serxed the (iieen well F.kstroni, on the other hiind, w,i not muih of ii tme lor the Columbia batsmen anil, .itter he h.id heen on the mound the Imiuiits, in which time he hml yielded live hit, he win leplui ed by Alorev. who held the hv.il temn down to threo hits In the leinalnllii! tour Innings At Hint, however, he hud to pitch himself out ul evcral tight holes mid did xo with credit ol Tim IiIm V tleldiui: was euiwrb and tml u Ingle error wns i-burs-ed to the Jllut) utid White It wns the best flelililitr value the Columbians have phived this sejsou Their pluy wie Iciittiroil in the ninth inning bv a double play bv Shaw and Klendl width tetlred the side when Jtothwell -eemed In temporary danger of he-inn eomrol Durl mouth's wtiil on the Held In the early In nlliBK whs poor, but as the kMine mix tim ed the Hiinoveriiill berame more aeeinloined to the diamond and handled themselves wall. Columbia cut oft in the lend In the open. Ini: inning Candors raped a hard grounder nt r'uhey. Inn Itennett at llrst missed the throw and Sander was safe. He went on to second when Shaw saerltleed utid i-niii limed to third when Hennett Ihrew the ball over the set ond baseman's head Williams the old Cornell oaleher, lilt safely and Sanders sroied. In the second limine lite home team scored again I ergusnu hit to centre for a bas and l-'riederlehs put liim on third with another single He t-ntei on CasiisoV sai-rlllcc tly Dnrtmouth came back hnrd in the third n ll(i on three lilts in uciCNsnii tied the store, C.ipt D.iluy's sucritli-e tly sioriui; the winning run Collins was safe un the losest kind of an mtleld hit I'.ksiroiii singled sharply to lontre and Splllaue droe In both runs with a h.ud hit ti right, taking second on tho throw In. He reached third on a short passed ball by Williams, and eored when Haley drove a sucrlthtt rly to lerguson Dartmoiih made otilv two hits after thai and didn't hao a chain to score again. In their half of the third the Columbians had n chance to score when u base on balls end n sacritlie put Shaw on Ihlnl. .ilh In the tlflli Columbia looked dangerotiN when Williams and Klendl lilt safely with two out. In the ninth Casino doubled to right after I-'riederlchs had struck out, but both I .en and Sanders fanned too The score liAUT.MOinil. COH'MHIA. All. Ii. it. a. e ul It. it. a. raney.. Dalcj ,rf. a Hobati.cf. .1 Ucnnrtt.Hi. 4 lionnhiiclh 4 danimntivif.i KHlln,3h Kkstrotn.p ' llorcy.p. I Splllanr.i a Aldcn.c . I I 2 (I n o Sandrrs.lf. ." I o ii u ii ii it II 4 II 0 Miaw.ss. o t n Vllilm.c s i '.' Klrn.1l. th 4 -J 11 1 Uiminell.rf t ii 1 o l"giioii,c.4 1 ; t r'ti'cli..Mt...1 - ii a I I.X II 1 It l uo.:ii. .1 I .1 a o ltutnwrll.i .1 n ii : i.re i o ii ii II 111 I To1t. .M TntK.. : s a; 12 4 Bstinl for Hotnwflllu the ninth tnnlni. Dartmouth 11 0 .1 11 0 0 11 0 Columbia 1 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 ti Hutis--nrtmuuth ltollln. IAtrrm M.II Une. t'nl'imbla .Sanrirm, lrKunn Tho tme hit Caiiiw. Siu'rltlcr lilt- Wlilro, I'tlrl rrleh. Socrlnre tiles ruvi, l)rv Left on bAirs Col-.imhlA. 7. liArttniituli. .1. Struck out by Hothwrll.d, by .Slurry. r.. tty Ck-trom, V I lr-t base on balls ()t! Homurll. 0;! Kkstroin. I Hlt OH Kkstroni, .1 In live Innings, olt Jtorry, .1 la four Innlmrs. .stolen b-rs- l'l rgiisun, Itollln. l!ktrnm. Hrt lie on errors Col'imbl.i, r I'AsMit hull UllllHrov IMiililr ply Stiaw nd Klrnill empire llrilfurJ. Time 1 hieir nnd .v inlnutr CARD INDEX FOR ATHLETES. Yule TmoL Trnm lo Me I mler '.Selenliap -MnnnHenirul." Nr.w Havkn', Conn., April II II. S, Urooks. 'sn, n inembr of Vale's track team while In oollPRe nnd who la one of VnKi Advbviry Committee op track athletics to-day, outlined the pew plans pioposid by this cuminltteu relative to developing a wlunlni; Hack team for the Blur. He ald: "At the meeting of the Aihlsoiy Tiack Commlttie, which have been recently held In New York, many plans were proposed with the object of furthering the rt.-ierul Jntorest In track athletics throuKiiuut the tinlvernlty, ami of lediiclni; the manage ment, tralnlnii nnd uccommodatlon of the men to 11 more .systematic basis, "The Idea of reRisterlnt; the candidates for the team by n caid system, which I understand bus been adopted, was pio tweed to one of the pirWoiis meetings, but It was still further tesnlved to em phanize this method of keoplm; in con nection with the men by pajiiiK particu lar attention to the space on the cauls rerved for 'remarks.1 This will he carefully tilled out In the future and preserved In order that It may ptove of KUldancii later If the candidate does not at once nttaln buccchs. In this mannct the roach will bo mateilully aided In training a man durliiK successive yinis. We nlm not only to make this year 11 success, but also to Instil e the future of RuuceedlnR teams. "Another plan which was adoptrd for the present simaon was that of dlvldltiK the squad Into vrpar.ito ifroups and plac ing each event under 11 thoroughly com petent conch, cither an imdei graduate lOArh or an alumnus. It Is Impossible to expect John Mack to coach the emlru squad without active cooperation of this fort." American Association. AT TOLIIIJO. it. 11 1: . , .0 n n n (1 0 0 0 0-0 a 4 . . 0 2 11 1 11 1 0 1 a a (i -Andcrvm and Orcndorft; Swann and AT COI.l'Mllll.S. Mtaraukre, Toledo. . iltttrrlrs- CarlM'li. it.n.i:. ., ..1 0 II 0 (I II I) 0 O-l .1 2 ...a 1 0 n a 0 i 11 .1 pi 0 I'Almrr And O'Connor: Cooper And AT INDIANAPOLIS. n.ii.i: I i 4 n o 0 0 n iv 7 it .1 . 1 11 0 0 0 o 100 - : KAtiftA City. Columbus. Itattrrlrs Smith. M. I'Alll ItirtianAnnlls Itattrrlrs pfrannlere and Murry Itolierlson Mi I'rarrr. ,T I.OUISVII.Li:. it 11 r. . 1 0 (i 0 (1 0 n 0 n 1 n 1 .1 I 02 u o .1 n - 1 11 Mlnnriinnlls l.niiUvlllr . Hattrrles l.everflli And Ourin; Vaele ami llle. Cotton Nlntpa I.eaKne. New Orlrnni, I": VlcUsburg, 4. Ilatllrkhurg and Mrritllaa iwet groumlsi. JcUson anU drrruwiMHl vct crotimbj. Southern I.eaKiie, MrinithS anil Vnsavllle 'wit crnuinl-i lllriiiliiicnn 111 nml .MontcouR'i iralm Atlanta, IA. Cliatt'inoog.i, 11 Uoitllr, 7, ,N'c Drlrans, 1'., Trim l.enmir. Warn, ft, OaIIah, 2 llnu'teu. I, Imltrslnn, n brauinuut, 15; San Antonio, 1 Antin, II, I art Worth, 1 At l.emtnton, In, Waahlnyinn 1 r.l n 1 o n n n o n 1 'n 'V ' I Virginia Mil 11 11 11 n 11 o 0 11 1 1 11 Kaitrrlis Middle ami l.lnn 'I luo Mnoiiun ami Iticd "sith Caiellna n n 11 11 n n n i' n 2 A ,l J'l.'.sf tnn.Vt.rrt n n n n n 11 .-, .4 r. '.i ail.'" W ,l,1"'r ""d Onen; Teinikln an. FOWNES BEATEN BY W1XBAR. .Mld-Aprll liolf Tonrnpy Adrancra In .pmUflnal. I'lXMit'itst, V, C, April 12 Two match play rounds advnncod the annual mid-April golf totirnnment to' the seml-tltml stage to-day, 'I he Htirprlsn wns the defeat of Henry C. I'ownes of Oukmntit by I;, i:. Wilbar of Alpine, '.' up and 1 to play To-inorrow morning .Mr. Wilbar meets CI1I-I10I111 llench of 1'ot Hills. Ill the upper half of the brocket .V. W Itenn of l.i!, lev plttys S, I), Uyutt of I'ond (lit lni. Ill the consolation .1 V. Kurd of the I'lttshuri' Country Club meets T .1 Chei I. of Audubon miti .1. .;. Kellogg of Mplni) plays Wilson Scoll of I'atersuu In the stieclal eight It lies s tweeu W. I.. Hurt) of Oaliliiimt ami I. " I miner of l.nlelow. V summary of to-day's play follows I'irsldrnt's Cup first loulid It, P Tlstlak1. 1 Mrtiirla, brat .1 V Kurd, I'lltsliurir Countrj,, 0 anil 4: N W, Drau. O.iklrv, Is at It, C Shauiion. I M, Ouklllll, AaiiiI 4: .1 I). Anustrniot. I'nrk Club. Itral T. II. Hum, I'lttstmrg Country, 4 ami ?: . S. I). Att, I nnd tin I Ae. ts-al T .1 Chech, . Ainlubon. t and 4: I' t: Wilbar. .linr, ts-at! J. 1:. brlloirg, Alplnr, :i nnd r: II. 1 lonnrs. Oakmnut, Is'at Sis-nirr Wairrs. pnuamls, A nml I; Chlslioltu Ik-Ai h, I'o. Illlls, Is-at Wilson Siott, I'atrrsoii, 2 and Ii I! .1 SiiaiilJItiii. WaubaUAkrn IitaI S, A, llriinr.srv, Conts istowit, I up N'COIld Hound IK'All belt 'llsilnle, 2 11)1: WlAtt. tiTAt ArtiKtioiiK, 2 ami t, Wilbur bcit I'ouiirs 2 ami li IVach Itrat Staiildlu, X ami :. Consolation 1 Irai rouml Mind Itrat shannon. and .V Clirrk ts'at lluid, 2 ami 1 Kellos-g Is-At Waters, I tut; Scnlt ts'at llrlinrssrj . 2 and I. Sprdal 1 71 at Ii t llrsl round T 1 Miuilillug, North shore. Is at Chniilii, i:mnor Cnnulra I lip; 1 W laiiiin, l.al.e lr , be.ii Mavoa IHatis, ViningHtown, A nud A. W I. llurd, OaKiuoat, ttral V lUl.iiii Sutlirrlaiiil Sl.oklr. A ami ." I A. Mac Master. .New orl., beat K C Srliltturr. Itostoti, .1 ami 2: Sriut dual Tantirr Itrat Monlillng, and .1 Itutd liral MacMastri, A and 3 GREAT NECK COURSE OPENS. .Nr pal l.nnir Island Links Ilea 1 11 l'la III! Nine Moles. One nioie rectilll to the stilnr of golf clubs nlleady claimed by Long Island will begin operations to-dny. The ie criitly foimed tlieat Ncclt tJolf Club Is leady for busluess and hencefottb will be on the map. Although play will be pel milled to-day tie- foimal opening will not take place until Apt II "7, when a lame turnout of luetnls'is is plumed I'"ot the piesent the "C.ieat Neckeia" Will colltrllt tllellleUes with II nine hole eoiiisH, poerlnc 11 playing length of about n.tiiti yaids l..it..r on tin- Intuition la to lucieasf to a full clgbtc 11 bole ell cult In Hutting, modestly like ttds the new iiiuntilXHtlon N only following lu the lootsteps of Bin It Illustrious ptcdco'xolil as lker Meadow ami Niismui For that lil.ittel, WeslbiooU, the t.r..ie of inaiiv 11 haul fought touin.imetit, to this dav consists of but nine holes Theie s un nttiaetlve clubhouse situ nted on an cleatlon overlooking Little Neck I5.i j .lames Ktiiser, the profes Hlontil, Is looking forwnrd to a buxy season, us the club alrendy bad a good fUed membeishlp. l'rasel Is quite .1 plae-. holding the u-cord for the Hal. land links, a r.:i. mad,- In Sentembei. l'.Mo. and his over the l-Tusldug coins,, last fall. Is ti leioril then- us Well. The (Jie.lt N-ck tlolf I'lllb v . cate,l a few miles beond llax Side and cons.iticiit mas be .;lslv ie.ichnl In .New Voikeii. GOOD WORK ON BAD TRACK llnrtaril Inlrrelnss liainrs ItrtriiU Metrral I'rni'Ut. t MHt:ili.K. Mass , a. 1 1 1 1 1 I ; H.nvards annual handicap lr.uk and held ;mnes were held In the Stadium this afternoon and In spite of the heavy trail; there weie good isTformaiiie. Paul I! Withidglou, ih" cros. country team laptain. won the two mil... run from scratch in a minutes .".4 seconds, while II M Wnrren. who al ways lias run the half mile, Mulshed Mrsi iifthe iiille event He had a 1.1 yard handi cap, hut his time. 4 minutes .".I (-.-, second. was remarkablv fast for the track If lower, a freshman r.m ll,e ttunl t..,i of the loti vard dash in In i-'t se. onds, w Idle repo tiiiiuuer, now in ine grauti.ite school, won both the hurdle laces eullv 'I he pcrfnt malices in the Meld events were not slteci.lllv good ecettl 111 tb,. hro.tit lii.it,. I 1. able. 11. and W Mien, 't.i,' both cleared 21 feet nifhes. while .1 S Mug. I '. Jutnped VI feet 1 , inches HEDGES AFTERABACKSTOP. .Ikely lo Seinre WlinlliiK I't KXI I ASP. Ohio, IMlbrr danis of Vnps. Mull 12 - I'leuhl lit Unbelt I, Hedges of the St Is In Clecland to trade fot catcher. The Naps hae I.ouls ttrowns or bin a Nap five catchers. I;itcil, l.lv Ingstoti. u'Neill, Adams ami W'lialliiK 1 'ii ih teller will go soon The lb nutM hut. only two eatcheis, Stephens and Krlrhell Neither Is 11 star and lu 1 use of an accident to one of them the ltiowns would be Mat Adams or WhalltiK will go to the ltiowns If the dicker Is made. ICasterly. U'Neill and Livingston ate legjrdcil us suie to slick Hedges lltd confernd with 1'iesldent Navln of the D.-trolt iluli, here with the Tlgeis. Naln told blm Kocher and unslow, otim eatcheis tried out thl spilng, would both stkk with the Tigers all season Innlialtan ColleKe Wlna. Hxl-TLMoiiK. Md. Aptll i: Mount St Josephs was defeated to-day by the sttong Manhattan College team of New Voil;, 4 to 2. The .loi.ephlte., icillzlng Hint they would ! up as.iltist It with 1 1'Connur, the .Mnnh.ittan right hander, against them, sent lu I'.lll Moirlsette, their crack spit ball in tlt, .mil It was 11 pitchers' duel, with the aiguuteiit lu f.ivm of ii'Cimnoi. He tightened up in the pinches. O'Connor held the .losephltes to foul lilts and mnde tv.ehe of his opponents fan Hie all. .iloitlselte allow ul the Manhat tans only lie hlnglos and Ul.ltle eleven go the strikeout lotlte Tile s0e M inh.itt.in M ,osri '10 0 1 e 11 0 t o 0 I xtoeeer To-dii Smilli Field. 1 1 .1 1 x 11 1 il nml 1 oliiinb.i wil meet in what liiav be a decisit e game ill the Intel collegiate So 1 cr league 1 liatniiioiishipseiiHs on South I'ield tills altelllooll I he I'llltlson has been beaten twice, but sl ms a clmiK e to make Vale light haul for the title x defeat at tho hands of Coluinbhi would praittcnlly iui narvaro out 01 ttie luunlug I'm that le.ison the llal'Mlld eleell will have Its strongest lliieitp 011 South Held, ('apt Zoller of Columbia, who has been unable to play 111 the last two games becmise n mil lll.iureo Itliee, will plonuliiy get lu the game for a nboit time I he Columbia eleeu bus been gioutb siiengibeiied iluriig the pust week Siiodnv sehool l.eauoe llnlea. I'he junior li.iseball touiTiament of the Ilrooklvn Sunibiy School A Inlet in league is scheduled io begin on May 4 Lntry blanks hunt been sept lo the teams mid are due on Mirll'.Mi I h" games are to 1st plated at the l'ioss'ct I'ark Parade ( irouiuls every Ttlesilav uflelfllio:i and Snturdne tiotrnlrw. The rules seeifv Hun all playets must be' ccrtilleit iiiembers of the , S A I., and ' must not be more than in vears of age A set of eleven silver medals is proiied for the champions and a corresponding sei of lirniie for the rumirsiip Win Sea Hare for xlnlor lloats, 'irrnf t tthU llfi'itlri lit Till Hvs. Mliri Cutl.n, M'Hl I-' Ihe JeViMs I'liptei- won the l:1'. mile e,i iuie for motor boats to-day She made the dtstunce m :t hunts ;i;. minutes .t.i beconds Coco lieu llnislied second in 4 liouts ;i miuute-i '.( - lids At the starl theie was a tluee lOineied collision between linv- ini In-, (..iiiui and limine fortune in which the latter was b.ulh d-imuged Vobodi win lent Colleges 1'iirillali Ar.ro Models, The Inleii'iilleglate eroii,iuiii cisHo,i Hon, whlcli Is i omposcd of Hat vard, Vnle, ut noil, I'euiis) lvaul.1, Ihiitmuuth, Coliim lu.i. 'I ults, I niveisltv id ViiL-inla and It I'. I., will hold its a ii tu iu I glider couiest at Itluit'ii on Mull '.'8, 'j; mid '.'s 1 1, I,,,.,., will he held on I'erey I'iehl on the Cornell Miliums nml it is expected that each o the. Ili-UUit, mis in th- league will be iciiie sented b) a model Cool Tonriir) l-'lnnl Tii.iiIkIiI, .1 II shoein.iVei mid l.uriy Wolf will meet at John T I .i li loom l.t-iilghi In Ihe ib 1 1. ling liain.t of the looui keepera )t..ik. t blltl.ilil loin nnmelli Tlis SH illler of Die lhtsli.ti Mil. i l.-.itis will icfcim llm mud h BOX MA1TWELLS HERE Meet Kivnl Liulit wciuhts Will Mr in Miiilison S(inire flanleii on April -Mi. t'ACKV l.m.lYKS tSlCMMIUj Klio'lisllllltlll Mlisf I'llV llilll Ollt, r,llllMUllltll .uns 1 lll mill of His Share of (lute Hcoeipts mill Moving IMctufei. Mter mill Ii dickering and bluftiiiK, I'mky Mi t'arhitid of Chicago nml .Matt Wells, the lightweight champion of ling land, Aigned articles of agreement yester dav to box leu rounds in Madison Sotiure (linden on tho night of April :c. The weight is fixed at I :!. pounds, scaling lit a o'clock in the utternooti, and the refaree wilt be se eeteil tltlen ilnl's before the bOllt. 1 lly the terms of the agreement, which will be signed by the (larden A C to-day, I Wells will receive :,0 per cent of the gross , retelpts nml M per cent of tho moving! Piiture PliNileges Wells has guaraiitppd to pay Ilit.iHHi cash to McKarlaiul for his services as an opponent, the only way I'aiky could be Induced to lotne in, Hie promoters believe that the bout will atttact a liti.iHsi house if not more, in which event the i:nglishtunn will have slightly the better ..t .1 .. ...... III I .... "I I1PIT tavjnTH U II sill iistr imrtintr in the phtures. The bout will take plnee Ilia regulation twenty-four foot ring and arc lights of iiiiuHtial power will be liutig meihead so that the 1 anient men can get in their work. l or a time yesterday it looked as if there would be no match Wells signed a con trait with Mutihmaker Hurst some time ago to ho before the tiardeti A C, but .Mi t'atl.iiul was lu no hurry and late Thills-1 dav night lie agreed to bov for William liih-on and Cdl Hoaur at the Madison A.C , ptm ided tho i ould sectiro W ells, Mcl'ar hind w.i not here, hut he was in conimuni lation with tiibs.inand Klnll Ihlery by wire ycstetilay When Infotmed that Wells bad been sewed up by 1 1 ut M and tteoige Mclionalil, the i:ngllli liiMmplofi's 111:1 nuger, I'aikv wired "l in cept Wells's offer Hlld will bo On date named Tin 11 (ill. -on and Tluery approved arti cles of agreement and t he much talked of match was clinched, McKarland for sev eral .veal s has beep regarded as the greatest lightweight Itoier hi the unild, that Is to say at IV, pounds at .1 o'clock. He refused to bo Wells at the National sporting Club of London last j ear because he said he did not can. to leme this count t y again. Wells incused him of showing' the white feather and t b. lc Ims been much ill tcelliig since. W ells is a first 1 lass mun, u line boxer and a harder hitter perhaps than McKittluud, Hut all things lotisidered they seem to lie ' ery cenlv matched Thi will be the tiatden A I ' first built. Wells will do his training ut Itye, V . whete he has been living since Ids leient arriwil hetn troin the othct side. Mcl'ar laiul will bs here Monday utid will lake up uuarlers at Caution's roadhotise on West. Chester William dob or Chat ley W hite may refeiee, it is thought I'r.iuk Klaus, the middleweight humpiou ). . ftr..,. ieiiltv Mcceltted the (illldell A C.'s invitation to box Mike tilbbons of St. I'hiiI intions 01 .-it. ran il the latter will agree to celt am weight 1 lOiulitious. It is understoisl that t.lblions will insist upon lui pouiuis riKosuie, .1 iiinu that Klaus could not make without weak ening himself Klaus, 011 the other hand, would prfer i;.N ringside, but lu a pinch he might be willing to do l.'.tl at S or ; o clock. I his uiiiti h would proe . big drawing 1 anl a-bothmetihuveshown pb-ntyoti lass 'Hie Umpire K C of Harlmii is on its last li was said yesterday that the Cross. I Muiphv bout next weiiiiesuay nigiii woiiui 1 wind up boning In the Manhattan l.Hsiuo. 'I lie McMabons. who have been , ruimlng the Kmplre A. J' , also have tired of the ll lie lllymiiic s. C. whlcli It Is said Is on the tiiurket The young promoters were ready to rign a lease of the Si Nicholas Skating Ilink Columbus avenue and SWty-rlxlh street, vestcrdu . lor wnicn iney nave iieen 1 negotiating lor -exerai wccks ine iiiik is lotitrolled bv the l'w etit lelh Century . w lib ll alrejay nolils a iiien-.- 110111 ine ,..i.. i-.o.tiotssioti. but whether the Mr Mahotis will oiierate under t but i I11I; s nuiuo . aiinot be learned at present I he Me Mahoiis sv thai the Kmplie A ( Is loo lar 1111 town to uttrncl patrons who iuiv luu prices and that the M Nbhnlas Itlnk Is more rouvciilcntlv boated If I hey secure the rink thev intend to put on -otne big bouts, as the seating lapaoltv pro Ides room tor nearly i.tssispn '"tor - NOTES OF THE ATHLETES. , ! The N'nrwrgUii tilwuttlc roniiiilttrr It.s .nit 1.11 Invitation t" the Ann-Mean tram 10 , Ltmp-te st som. iiirrtlngs In .Snrwjy afirr the o mde gsiiirs are finished at stock- holm r.xbll lil.ins at Chrlsilanla and Her- gen are ti.lkrtl of 10 he follow r,t ).v excur- . .ions to the Mortis an-l ttis mouniKin p. ai; north of ll-rgen. Charlrv Mrlckson. fur inrrlv of the .s'.irw-gl.in Turn S..rlrty hrre, lint who Is now In Nor s r . srni tlir Invpii tluu Tin New York V (! smt In tl.JOP on ac muut to the lhinilc fund Jeslrnlov Th. sum was from lie mrniit. rs' sulucrliithm list and an mldPlouul sum Is irrtelu fintn tlir s.ii.ie sttui.r Ti. New tlng'tnd tltiancr I'llClllU'. e Hnt J' uOO Miiriln Shfritl.in fas lis Is tint training fr.r tl'.r SwetilHh p. iiiiithlon nor will hr trv for the dr.athlon He will sttik to the dim us uiel l tt.ilnliig for Isiih rnntrsts. with the orst llsntl nntl Ilie nmitniexirou sijir Kev.rji milk dl-ciis inrn are promllnc ftu Sewal iraik discus mm are proml-lng for , tlir front runk t tils time mnl Mirrnlan thinks It Will he lio e.tsV lllllltrr to pllll out 111 hrt st Mo. hltttlin Snmtny Mrllor of the .Mercury A c of YonK.-rs tins seni tits miry fur the HoMnn maruttion .not will t.e the xrirran nf the string this lltne It Is ten ar situ r illillllV won tlir rvrlll He llhl t tie I oil r sr lu 2 houls C Ullliutrs 2t sri Olltll Anotll.t 'etrr.lll who is gotliff to try thr Itostoii Joiiritrv this i-ar Is Hub l-'owlrr of 1 '11 in 11! h) Repot t He lias wun aom of the hlagrst tiiiirathnus lu the country unit us iate us lnt ur llluile 1 good bmrtll tu the grind from Afhlantl to ilie lioston A A . lutiliouitr Hall Krllv holtlrl of thr wolltl's 100 yatd ruiinl of '' n-i rrcomls, his Ids r)e on a phiie on the tilvmidc train Hr will nut try tor the rprlm. tmt Is tlevotlng all hi time to the running I. punt lump Fit nnd writ. Krllj rhoulii ilrar it frrt, may be better The Indoor athleth sr-ait.in will i loar on May 1 with the Mutual Aid Soilrty gamm In ihe riit-artenih Hrglininl Armory. The Muv Hi) Ibr mile I oil, I iate will he thr star elrlit lilruti Wainir, the Ciirllslr tudiau rnmli. has srni the rniry of four redaktna In the llostou luaia'boli. The four hralra will b a 1 , fiultlle, rstripilly as It Is Ulltlrrstood nnn will till Hie Hull ut a hut puce II lid br there at Ho- finish 1 crack half mllrr of thr , f.dillr l-'ibk. th N'ih Voik A (',. has Kollit to Itlttsburg, Where hr will be eliga Kcil la bilulnrsa for a whllr. Ciit't. .Mutt llalpln of the Mrrriiry foot i bib raid rsii-rdiiy that Kihllr Is only i out of .ilbbtlcs for u while, it ml hr will be i balk uK'illlt ltrrtl.iis sooner than exprtted bate ut night and when all Is ijulrt uioumt the New- York A ' g ' I II 110 l u III 1'alll I'll tfrlin m v .1 II ,n rile t- tin 10 til, tit fur tit., lltil .,.,,1 sun mrtrrs, muv be s.-i-u ciutriiiiK u round i ine ir.tiu. iir snows tn-uiv oi spring, nut i won i shv ii or possrssrs, aini.iiittiis m Ilie wav of uu king ike iilyiiiith- truiu Auotllt-r llise of ullst.llll II xot-ilthiu III sp.ll 1 Is tlmt of AsliliiKtou. ii CiiiiihrlilKt- t'ulvi r eltx iu. in ttlio ii Iril middlr illst.inci ruilnv for si-vriiil stusiilis, ltillwthotll uMlll. All Of .. siltlil. II 11 .' turiiril Ills illt'lit luu lit Intr. ! iIIIiik itiul hroiiil Jiiinitlnii .iii.l did wt-ll He lunipiil -.1 reel III ine ltin.nl anil run do III si'tollUI Olrr inr lllfll SILKS. Willi little more 'experience In Hirst- rvrnts hr rill Iir it liipnotrlit'l Cllb'llttl t'ldielslty's onr lllllr Irlsl train, tlir tirrienl Atnirb-sii i haiuplons, hsie hi rn rnteri-il for the Pelllls) Iv.llllu lebty rxeut llittisi-il to the Maliions will br Coltlinlilu with the train lh.it won the mile Indoor i ham plonsh I n lust tvlnler other trams In the ran- will tin riyrricpsr, Piirlinnuth, Mas-sttt-husMts Institute of Ti i hnitiuK) . Wrs Irisn, tililo miiI .ibillll I'nliiriltt of Can idii Hlllpll Cralc I.ISI yrnr's Intrrenllrnlate erlnnrr In the Kiu and ysrds, "111 wear the colors nf tin- ln-trnlt V M t" A In nil 1 1 . 1 1 1 p.'t 1 1 Ions lids rar lis is itrrpjiinc for thr Chlrsfo tryouti of the Dtymplu t-sot. SOUTHERN CHAMPION AHEAD. .lane , llenrnla Her 1'lne Itaelnc at t. AnirnatlnPt .I.u IsoNvtl.l.r, April I'.'.-A general ill trlliutlon of irles on (he last day of the .Inoksoiivlllr power-boat regattn closetl the 1 first speed boat meet lug ever held on the Sl ,0,U1" "ivpr. .1 1 weniv nine nn union p tor noats 01 twenty-two miles or better wnn (he first event ami .laiii- S., owned by Charles S, Hmlley, the winner of the Southern championship at St. Augustine, uns the flrsl across the line. Her elapsed ilmc was ,vi minutes '.'l seconds. Vila, owned by Mrs. 1'nulu H lllackton. Ilrooklvn. was second, her tit being Sl minutes It seconds. The fastest I ?':tu"' tor I'"' course was mailt) by I Dioiiu, I). 11. .MrMlllan. .lacksonville, of 41) 111 Unites seconds, Adelaide, I,. K, Ames, I Chicago, anil iSprny, Alev. .Slevena, .lack a, .tack- Ullll til,. aonviiie, were the other entrants a shed in this order. In the contest for Florida hull! boats Tor two prizes tho Diana was the winner with he Seminole, owned bv W. II. Hnyder. I'lttfdiurir, second, nnd the Stirnv third. A. special race for hydroplanes wns won by Ita with Spray second. In the closing event of the meeting, a ten mile handicap the Seminole wui the w Inner. .lookevltiK by (he handlers of the limits made this race un Interesting one, IHiina Mulshed second and -lane S. third - , ELLA BRTSON WINS BY A NECK. oulrnua Marlorlr A. at Charleston . "''"M"1 Hyrne It elnalaled. Cmni.isiiix. S. C . Aptil 1:. -Mla llryson won the mnln event at Palmetto I'ark to day. handicap at slit furlongs, She not up lu the last Tew strlden and beat Marjorln A. out a neck ' -v H was announced to-day that every day . . . . .. . . in j., &Um&lMFr2Ml"'tuAtUr , Jockeys MoTuggurt and llyrne weie 1 reinstated to-dav. Kach had Iieen set ' S)V,!uLV.ri . , ,,il.r?t.lni' .f?r T"Xith tl'.lnit "ipiaii.,011 wnicn lie won .1. t tiallagher claimed I'rcd lvy lor S72.".. The sum- iiiui ir 1 ii.lr.'.!l";rl.'""r n'"1 '" f'lrlonr- Halnh I.lojd, IIJ tlVak). 7 tu 10, won: I red l,ry, ti tio" '" -,i f"r I'1"", ciiml; Auto Hun. in tvtllsuin ran''" ' ure'' '"fh"". t'nrle Hl.lr and'Toi also ...?i0,'n"'1 ""' slj furloiiiis- thrakrr Hoy. 107 (Wilson), II to .1, won: Sherlock Holmes, 107 fraKi. 1 10 3 for placr, second: Cagnant. 102 l-ouiisherm. s tu 1 to aliow, third, lime, 1 , '....A!',".''rb I-rtourno, t.'raii-, Mc.lnha II., Is".'?.."1.'.1' lei Mark, A. Majrr. llrartlistnTir. nlf.. hi, Vattle Kerran and Sam ItatiU also ran. ItUtd Itaic sn furlongs Kiln llri son. PM truriierl, 7 to 1, won: Murlorlr A. luu INiilaui, .1 .,0., I'l-icr. second; llrlrnr, ft! (UcCabri f,,0J ! V1"". third, 'lime. I ll 1 , Catun and .Mrrrti k also tan. 1.1 .1 10 snow. irnr,i nine. o..t.i:ie. rourin itarp. fir am half I'rrmlrr. 11.1 (horrtieri. .1 to 1. won; Dominica. 107 11 haitrllt. a to .-t for plaie, sr. end: Cold Cap. 113 . "' - .'" snow. 1111111. lime, tu.:i.'.. Ilni U11, t imnry K . Sir IMwaril. Saho llli 11. t ami StriLr Out als.i ran f Iflll ItNl'r. SI furl,...,.. I.ls.. l. . . I . n . I . -. (MrTagearti, U to 1. won: ttllals-lh Itumois'l. 111. iivk 4 to 1 for pla.-r. nonil' Wander. 107 Nnlaiii, ,1 In 1, to show, third. 11 in. 1.11.13. Ihrrr Unks, M, ,et Cuise, Mr Watchrs. loin Masslr, .lark Parker, Miaicrlrf and .1 II, 1, ut.), mil .Sixth 11.11 r Our lullr and a fiirluinr llrai li saint, low '.Mooiri, a to won: Swrrt owrn. in . - ...' ' " ' ,ur luair, sreomi: inuiv miitman, ll lllanmrrl, !l to Ul to show, thin! Tltne !..,".. Collins frog. Watnrr tirlswoii, lllirk llram-h. 'lackle. Naiimui ami .stiori thdrr al.o ran. MAGAZINE WINS AGAIN. t onslatriil Winner nl .laineatovt u eore e.entli Conareutlie lelnr. Nulinil.K, Va , Mull 12. Magazine, from the stables of I' M Walker, and the most onslstrm winner of the ear, won the fa- lure lace at lumestowii to-dnv. Maya- ine wa the fatorlte, but doe Madden .. . .. . . . . " "" uaini. loner nan many rriemts. it a .iiagalue s seteuth coiisecutlte lit ;o " 111 "e run ine seven turlongs in t;s ..-.. tra' k"" ' "s''',,r'" "'" 'onillttou of the Slierwo.nl won the ftftli i,ife, a dush of six and u hair fuilongs. w ith I ond Heart a length behind him. Hedge ltoe eaptnied the last Hie. over u mile ami seventv vnrds titter l..,r.l UP the ettetih, Hanev 1'. a II to I -hot. us , s seiond the summ.irv -,r r, ,.' a . fur,un. m ,Mr',n s ft fora Park lli iliurns,. 11 m 2u ., pla.V. sr -.tml: Uu'nt. lot , xmhro.ri. 1 ,o .', to show, third, l ime, o J5 -J M ra, Ilamiaiiaround,. Ibwhurg l nnd Jack of llrarls also ran. Sertjad llice Six and a half furlou Unities ''. ', ' " ' "iei; ismi-r ells. 107 Mcinr.r.. out to slum, third. Time. 1.22 2-5 ran ''"' l,nllc "lu ii-"''.r'i ".rr K.lv' n,,lf f'irlnnirs - Quern tee. Ion (l urthri. 11 to 10. won: Sialmorr lit? xiartlm. A to s, fur Place, second. Arnnj. uu Naughty Hose. Itldgrland, Dorothy T ami Cant liiKllth also ran ' fourth Itaiss-sctrii furlong. MagA7lne. Ill ii.atrpi, 0 to 5. won: Urrtlonerr, HI tiibrrti. .' to I for plarr. srroud; Jih- Maddm. Ins tsrhul tlngiri, I to2 toiiuiw. third. Tltnr. 121 1.5 silver Knight. Ilotlman, Knights lllffrr. Itossrnux. Nurhtlt and St. tiamliis also ran. ..,!'"!!' .""'T Six and 11 half fut longs Shrrwoisl. DM ISihutltnirrri. 2 111 1. wimi l'.tnas, 11. "InrnM. 7 to 10 rur Idair, reond:l.ady Irnia. lus irorsythn, out 10 show, third Tltir l"l 1-1 tmagrr, Csmri and Agnlrr al.11 ran ' sixth lt.nr Onr mile and rvrnly yards Hedge ilosr, Inn iSrhittllngrri. 'Im:.. won-ilarirv , , i,.Mtrcihv). ( to I, for plaie. inVinip . ."trV WM M,ro-ri .:t 1. 1 1 to shiiw. tnlnl nlnr. I 7 2"' I Hufiiii;nie. 1.01. oinla and Trrd Mnlholland also ran Mlelilunn. llerVata Vamli-rlilll, Nxslltlt.i.y. Teiiu., Aptll 12. In a slow game to-day Michigan defeated Van derbllt. Seine 4 to 3. .Michigan stinted scoring nitly and by the fotiith Inning had all Its runs items the plate, while the locals had not scored. The Commodores then got busv and pushed three nctoss the plate, but bv n fast double bv PuncniiMtn, all hopes' ut Wllintlli.' Well- lost tj,,,,!, .. ,lk u,.,,,i,, ... all times. The same teams p!a a ibmb'b- I lieaoei lo-llioi low . j Tile scoie ,,. , , . . . It II V. .-in niKitii . o 1 1 11 o o 0 u. 4 :, s Vandrrlilli ii 0 o ii I ii i i- - 3 j J llatt-rb-s smith and Itogsis lltrrln and M'ttrbon. Irutula ItoiTiia T rinity. CiiAiti.oTTf8Vn.t.K, Va., .Mull is, Vli Kinla defeated Trinity College of Hart ford to-day, S to ft, The Melding, of both tenuis was exceedingly pout, thlitc n er lors tlginliig largely In th,. run getting. Vlzner of Trinity, nnd 1'itchett of Vlr Kiniit, tiuide speclaculai- i tinning ciitcbes, while Mel ',u Ire nnd (Irant made tluee base hits and 1-Ttchett hit for thr circuit The score; ... , , ft ' xbglnla ii 1 i) .1 o .1 o 1 - s s s Trlnltv il ii i) I il r u v a 7 i Hutu rlrs -l'.r.int und l-'bulluy for Virginia , Illeekrr and 1,'H.ui rruux for Trinity I'oor aij- Slara un Slrk l.lal. Annapolis. Md,, April U', Knur of the most valuable pla.xers on the Nuviil Acailriity baseball Sdll.ul nr.. out of the Hume oti account of lllneas. HIckH. tho best iiitcher, has inieiniiuiilii and prob- titij ttoi inii iin iiguiii ims aeiiaon ; W iikcinun, pitchei-i tisbuin. left lleldei, and Adams, shortstop, hie the others w ho ate iiicapacitatiil, but nil but 1 licks will probably be In the Kume iik.iIh Khortly. Uoston l-'lnlabea I'olnt llehlnil, i lluHTON, .plll 11'. (.'hlcilHo ili-frltt.-il HoHtoii tiKiilli to-nlisht In tilt .National I lllllliinl Lenmie'H Ihreo cualdon t un mil ' ,lM" "mucnl , Hie hcore ItcliiK ,1u to 49. in, Harris nuiilli liiirnlti'il lit.. ,.., 1 the I'hlciiuo ntpii'Hi'tituth-o und Dr. Hud- sou lepreseiueil llostou, I inirls liud a high i tin of t und un tiM-tnue of .fiT, while the Huston pluc- also h.i, u hijt, t uu "t i and his iiiiui;e wns ,3P, V iiiiiik tilanta Iteleaaed lu lliiffalo. Mlinillter Midi II W M'stl'libll' ill stum... I ( nf three of his tecrult phtoin. They urn I - Hues, tho proniHInK third hiisemun : ' Htock, llilb-ltli r. und .Mitnsel, pitcher. Thev Ko lo IliitTnlo. wheie ilroiKn StullltiKa, with the help of llin youiiKsters from the (Hunt cuiup, hopes to win the liiteinutloiitll Lenuue peniiiint. .eT York V. Mine at Work. New oti nlversity's luisecnU nine hnd hnrd prncllce lesterday lor the kiiiiio with Swart Innora on Ohio field this ulternoon With ii tie ii ita I pst Princeton nnd a ilctory liter Mldillrhnrji In their ileillt ihe Si'W orkers are lonlldeul o lie.iiiinr the WuaKera. E CONFUSI T Hull! Change Is Made at Meet-1 ing of Long Island II ac- I ing Association. AMKN DMENT EXPLANATORY Defines Exact Form and lion of Mark on Sails of Earn Craft. l'osi- At a meeting, nf the Yacht HacliiR A roclallon nf Lutii: Island Hound, held lust hlgbt In the Hotel Astor, the delegates adopted un amendment to the existing rule which mote clearly defines how numbers nml distinguishing marks on racing yachts tihu.ll Imj carried. The ptesent I tile, which Ie that adopted by the Atlantic Const Conference mid ratified by nil the clubs In that conference, allows -un owner so much leeway that Home havo used num bers that cannot be seen at the end of the starting line, and others have them Itl poaltlons that ale sometime covered by other sails. The amendment or addition to this title wns HUKKeated by Horace K. lloucher, representing the Larcbmont Yuclit Club, u explanatory, and lie was supiHitted by nirmlx-t.s of regatta com mittees, who have experienced much dlf tlculty In dlstlngulsblnsT the yachts. Thcte wax Mime opposition to the change be cauae some yachtsmen already have num bers on their juiIIh nml they do not cuie to make liny clianges. The rub which wns Mmtlly ndoptcd niciely amends pitta Krnph 7 of into C, ami Is as follow: ltiitlnx numbers with i lass litttet or claps distinction murk illicitly uboie them must be dlsiilaytd nn liuth shirs of the imiliisall They must be painted In dark color and clean .ut block tpe on lectutifUllar plei.s of ciinxas m ml sriurrly atlaihed to ttis sail hi that ttie bottom of the number will be on ii horizontal Hue with Hie thlimt of the ssll and mldwav Itetwren liilf sntl tenth ami imrallrl to the water line. Tht- size of thr mitnhers, . ttels or tlls-tlnt-tlon marks shall tie not Irss than ttftun Inchi-s rath In bright for yuilits of no foot and imdei water llnr. unit not Irss than elKhtrrii Indira In hrlsht for Jathts urr 3v foot water llnr. Klgllt clubs Wcte leplisetitcd lit the meeting. Among those plesellt Well- I'tefldetit Stuyi.-sant Walnwrlght. Sec ietiu Jaiii.-s V Alker l-'iaiil: ihiwim Jones .md llotme II. Hoticher. Commiidoie William s. I'mdee of the .New Haven Ym lit Club, ownet of one of the Ihuratil- Hav :il fotd class of sloops, is trjltig to mi i. time u i,,,-, f,, yachts of this class from Haven to Latchmont. Theie me six or sevin of these yachts in local wntiis, Com module I ',ii dec thlnltH a long distance nice would be Interesting ami then the sloops would it.tiil etc In luss i.iclng dining I. -in Iitnotit inc.- week. Ilomlim Iloula To-nlaht. xt fulrminit A. Kd.lle (lallsnhsr x ttarb in Tniiiiiiv Jloftklns At dlvmplr A. C. -K ii Smith s Tommy l.otr. At Cord. in A --Marty llrown Kddlr Ktlli- Hilly Lewis xs Itulph Ibt.e. At Itlown A A Mike MalU vs III Maikrx At S)iailtr A C llrrt Krjrs s lldtlls i-'nilth At N.ithinal A. C Iliuuklyn--.tor Thirl i xs Hairy Loru t At ibiuiimis A c HrooklMi Kid I'artrr ! s Ku.lsll.h llin 1 At Llhtra: A C fit.iien Island Johnny 1 'I i vs X ..uug Il sou -t'HINti IMi M MAIKK HRstOKTS. SKW UHk. whitITer inn AND COTTAGES 1 SEA GATE. N. Y. HARBOR (lrn May HI to Xoxrintirr in ox uu. nnu.s, ,kk thi: cur," 4s Mlnalea by I'rttalr Itual from New Tork. ilraiitlful siirriiiindliigs. Itooir.s with hath: sun parlors; l.ircr rr.niilas; bltllanl room: trnnK VArtttllitr ' special Katrs Iturlnc the Spring Wra.on. SI MHKII HOXICS.t our wotidcifiit book slvlng iiainrs of neatly l.nm hotr and boarding houses 111 .Sllllll.xll anil t Istrr Coiiutlrx. .N'rw York. I now read) tin It .N't-w York. Ontario, a ..rs-,it I.) ... .1 11. MKW HT. t. I'. A :a Hrnxrr i , York Cltj NKW JKIISEV. Atlantic City. Krntucky air., near Uracil ti all allractloiin. ;iod Cooking. Fttlrtrnt Sen tee and , Homelike Comforts at Modrrate Hates. ' OT) choice roomi. sneoiinrrtlns with bath; latent iiuciutnumiB. ttmir uripi. goou iiitixic: itiirrican plan, t: up dally, special wrrkly Auto roarli uirrts trains. Virile for drsorhulir folder. A. mXMAIii 1'Kllol.lL u,iri jjbma.rr, GRAND ATLANTIC HOTEL Virginia av near Hnirh an 1 fitrrl PIrr Onrn urrounillnirs. Capacity fan Hot and told Vra water bath: larr room. rnuttiriu exposure eleiatnr to Mirei lrirl, sun pa-lors. etc - K So up lUlly, special wrrkly rates Hooldrt Coaches meet tra!n Cllllivn e IJ'KD.S HOTELDENNIS Directly on the Oeenn Front. Xlwsss Open, " xl.TI'M .1 Hlny ISLESWORTH i On tie ocran fiout, Ireiuhi xic, owilooklnir famous Mtrel llrr Capacity Oil. .sprrlal si: so up weekly no cutia ihare for hot sra water baths. I.lriator. aparluiia sun parlor, rilvate baths, orrhrslra. Auto mrrlh trains Ihstklri. WU II VMAN, 1'iopr ritXNKM I'ltOHlir.S.Unr. HOTEL RALEIGH St. Charlra I'lacr ntio oracn. Sat l.r, i. ii-, .stall urs, prilBir baths, runnlnf wain- In rooms: run parlo.c rlriator: rht-trle Ibihts, rlc. Urals and service brxt obtainable, .iprrlal rales for Starch ami April it. .1 DYNITM. HOTEL NEW ENQLAND No. Cai-ollnn Al'r. A Hr.irh. Prltao. itsths Hint water In rooms; rlrvalor to atrrrt Irvr'l: sun ! Vvh'm tis! ,4M"'"' 3So- ,lo",",- ItltVAN A y'I''Li1l.l,J'i,il,'.".'.n,1r''.,,1,Hlrrlt' r' hol'l. ALIEMARIE iffi'fi. &? VSL i-unnyrooms.stramhi-alrd.-cirrllcnt table. IS 110 SU.So up wrrkly: M up dally. Am. Plan. Kir valor: sun parlors: oirhcstra, lioolilet. ,1, ', copi- The Wiltshire () Avenue am, lireaily Itiiproied. Cap. 3Jo. I'rlialr baihi, ruo- 'V".B iii-. riTt.tui, rw. .xiusic. ,ipe- rlat. ilLV.'.l on wrrL t-' 17 Xtl itt. il.ll.. i : flat. tKM up wrrkly: M.So up dally. Ourn all thr year w.riuirt SAMil. KKl.ls. flnariborougb - filenbetm a 1 1. i ir cirr. x. .i. Inalah White Nodi CotapanT, I't.VNHVl.VAMA, I'ornno Mounlalna, .M:w .II'IIICK CAHIN INN Where you can catch Iroiil. Itnoms in m Hr and with bath llooklel. Cresco .Station. I) L. A V. It II W. J. A SI, I), I'lUCK. Canadensis, "a. UOAItDKItH tVAMKlt. WA.N'TI'll Hummer hoarder -T a Ua t te, " sunny ti.ilur ..ti m.i t-url ii.n an ....... u. ,. ' , ' elec.rlc. two mimV3S!i IIMtlilllt, Prospect lllll. Auhuni. Maine K. I). Kl'KOI'KAN KRHORTH. I.IVKII I'ODL EN(iU.ND. NflV Kx tension of IIDLANn-Anpi nm m)TKI. Liverpool. Knilantih ,"nV t?p , S iV.S:-J"u.,.,r?'r1 "-ocliure and TaflS. , Midland Hnlelx free 1DW.N A ctlfvriiv IJl'MKAr. :t nith Avc.v" ttbrrTHY MII.IlDM.KN. UKHHAXXT jun tviMH'Ndl'.N, lliuatrstad booklat frrm NwVwk! VN u"l!c- Pii5. Timely Tomorrow's Sun Sketches by Harry Furnlss Mr. Furniss, who for years has ranked as one of the chief cartoonists of England, has been studying the types of visitors at the New York Art Museum. Amusing drawings of what he saw will be in THR SUX on Sunday. My Actor Husband" A sensational human document in which the secrets of theatrical life are told. The author declares that the book is absolutely true. Who is she? That is the question. The publishers of the book cannot answer it. Reyiewed in THE SUNDAY SUN by Jeannette 1.. Gilder. Some Contemporary Snobs Thackeray defined a snob as "he who meanly admires mean things." That definition is perfectly good in New York to-day. An article dealing with the snob phase of contemporary Manhattan life, in which snobs are put under the microscope, will appear in new Sunday's SUN. Modern Strike Management Scientific management is now applied to strikes. They are no longer conducted haphazard. They are now adays highly organized and demand great executive ability. The inside workings of the Passaic and other recent strikes are told in THE SUNDAY SUN by those stormy petrels of the labor world the orcanizers. Hypnotism an Aid tp Virtue It is believed by Prince Hopkins, a Californian. resi dent in New York, that hypnotism can be applied in an entirely new way by expelling bad impulses from boys and inculcating good ideas. Mr. Hopkins has made practical application of the hypnotic cure to a number ot gangsters and has got some good results, which he tells about in THE SUNDAY SUN. Views oi German Scientists A commission of the heads of the German Museum of Munich, the world's greatest technical museum, is in New York to study us. The commissioners give their impressions in THE SUNDAY SUN. The Accomplice' by Paul Bourget A lively story by the famous French author, not hitherto printed in English, will appear in THE SUNDAY SUN. It tells how an American woman of wealth becomes the ideal benefactress of a young girl fascinated by a Parisian Apache. The Meaning oi Do you know that you have within you a psuluc censor, that he sometimes nods and that certain re pressed, almost forgotten instincts in you seize th chance to assert themselves in the form of dreamt Read about this and the wav modern science inter prets dreams in THE SUNDAY SUN. Famous Frenchmen Coming Statesmen, artists, writers, soldiers and merchant, of France will be here at the end of April to present the xnampiain committee witn a nronze bv Hodin and to promote Franco-American friendship. TH E SU N DAY SUN has an account of them and their mission. The Russian Passport Question Secret Russian history, dealing with the Jewish pa port question and derived from high official sources is given in THE SUNDAY SUN. The disclosures show that the Russian reactionary party has blocked the passport reforms now sought by the United States. Bloodhounds as Detectives These animals, now being used in the Allen case, lime done amazing things in running down criminals. Hie history and deeds of the bloodhound are given in THE SUNDAY SUN. "The Pirate Islands' by John T. McCutcheon To most of us, when we were young, the pirate of the Spanish Main, or of any of the Seven Seas, appeared as a rather romantic figure. The flavor of romance of our younger days fills Mr. McCutcheon's storv. which is illustrated by himself, in THE SUNDAY SCN'. Many Other Things of Interest in Tomorrow's Sun - Lively Dreams