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THE SUN, SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1913.
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SOCIETY THRONGS TO i
BATTLING FOR Till- LlXt- IN HOTTEST FINISH OF THE DAY
'BALTUSROL BEGINS
Engaged? Not I,
WITH TEAM VICTORY
8
FIRST RACING MEET
Tlmwitili'il ' iinwl M'lrrmtoii of
Spui'l. MtiiTctl l 0 1 1 1
Our .Wi'irfpnt.
iahin i ltr.i.i, r.u.i.j
l,dtt''i'' llni'sc Triw iiixl
nn'i'' -l uiiilili's I" poii 1 I
Ulll'K Not Si'rimis.
I'oi'- i
hereabout hocjin
in 'it skies :it llu plo-
Hllt 1'IM 1. l iHII SI' It
ll. t le'l
Mtl''ln inee nf the
("lib. vv 1 ' 1 1 scrv i ll til
..lid so' tin fever colnc
On li I
, K . ,i' i i IIiiiihv .HtiluitiK from
i , f .'.(Inn persons seen III llle
.1 nK. there still nro a1 titiiuv
. , , .. see lite poti'os nit) its there
, , ", "III ll.lt N Mllllt pto'idiu lit
, ilo iilli'ilili'il tli" inert ..ml their
f tilled I III- IMlMlIK SpilOO lit till'
, ,V Mim tr.t. k imiIII they were initio
... v 'I vviih llwly plcttlio nnd
' w'm. Ii.nl motored fiom Nov- York
I ai1 p.irts "f i"n I tl.i ml toWiko In
, . f,i. ,.. viwi'il Minrnitulily sntlstloil ttlth
ie d i
U'tn ".' or two et.'eptlons all tin rati"
,.-, . iiclt ion anil the finishes ttere
i. f iu; There tvns lillly tun' spill III tin'
r . rfiVt" It rami1 In the ilrst rac
I thic.itcnod fur :i tinn- to In- ffiloii".
i lp snovoiisoti on III ilit'tinit niati'
(.ni. riixt.iux ami 11. I.attienoe Hill
o K i ilrrlmok tt.is thunderlm; alum: at
, .ar ! tin1 Ibid In tin- t'.nlh.tviiy llan
, ,,t mi tin- lint ami th. vtor.. loss than
i lAitT if a nilli' fimii th" finish post
nh- the- niiii' m a spot whore nn auto
'il'.li f.nl crossed tin1 cnurse. Crass
! In '1 strotlll ntrr It to IIUVKe the k'oliiK
. ,u limlTlioik stepped In a rut anil
rents t'liot.mt tv.ii rucim? ilhuotly
ei ip.i 'inn ami Mr. Metciium vwis uti
...e to ute've her in tine to ittnul t it mi -lis
"tf tlir f.illi'it horse atnl its ridel.
l f. II tt.ii tlnotvn clear anil ipili'My
-..i to itt feet. Inn Ml. Sti'tt'ti-on lauded
at It tthctl I'o'lls t"hot!U! tti'lit ilotvn
11 '1 ' 1h ftnnnril
. ,il fill".. ils mtjtiil linn ami car-
... Ill n .1 ni'.llll.ti llOllM"' H tti
ij' i tin' 'it' utioiik injury h.ul Itvh
if hu' M' StttiMiMti ttai li.ully -Makt'ii
, , ; fti'tlH-r part In tin' lai Ini: I
t'-- ti. . . it.'iio nt tt.i" liter Mr. I'.i ll
i' I fi.it mho cf lui tinmen tt.ii lirolii'li
lie a tri'.itt-il ltv a piOMflan
Ti tllOHt hptiHUi'Ulai l.ne and til' I'tli'
it pli-noil thn orottil the mo-t tai the I
'. kauay flip lor hunter, tthleh took
pntnei oter tltri e ami a half miles nf .
i op-, ami hence, inriunitiE iever.it ran
ei tttii Helm, the I'atorlte at tu r,
oK ' 'to the leail ill tile -tleVh alter J
'linns fir lieh.ml anil ."aileil in lit a
ik'th .mil a half
The Mr?! f.ivorlt to win tt-aj lilehanl
M irtlmer .Ir '.i l"ountr (Int. ttlth tile
rw ier up. In the fourth rare, the I'eilar-
ri up. almtit two unlei over the.
i""j!i lr Murt titer ttas the imly aiim-i-
m the ete-it .:ml tountry tltiv ear
r "l t'l- top tte.Kln. 1 ." poutnli. Ilatnp
ii Ho ul, rlililen lit" W. Ilonth, sot attny
"ti imt ttas ntertakeu by t'ountry liny
ie mile pint, ttheic Trai'tlcil ttas
i I'raetical hail plenty In rekerte.
ttt.r ami hi they approat'lteil the
-e' ti ,. . lo?il up on I'ountry l!u The
" tte-e runnlin; so cloiely that it
'' '.eil like a ileail heat, hut Country
. re'iiiitiileil. tnr-ely afal sot lit hy a
r-
U tir tiiree entries weie sci'atrheil in
e e, i.mi race, the. Ilcttlett Park Plate,
n" ' .m l a half tnllei over the hnifh
roller I! .Sniith'i ('hancllor lefin-eil
' t n'MlIt ami faileil to Mulsh. The race
letttcen Pall Mall ami Tllhe l)..
w lntter rlililen anil nttneil by Iticharil
Mnrt.mfr. Jr . who won the IVilarhurst
' ip . black collie iIok oroswd in the
a'h of Tlllle nn the home rlrcult anil til -his
the hoipe w:w not bothereil It
"ml to be a bail omen, for Pall Mall
Inrezeil in -nt lenc'hi In the load.
heatt ntry was obtained for the
th rd ace, fur lucks and hunteri, about
a m i. nn. a quatter. and the l.ittlliK
,i! i Hi nrt V Warnor'H Noiecay.
'if .Vjiei-i up, looked Kotid for the Mrst
lint ZelhtoiKl, owned by Philip .Steven--"1
nnd ridden by IJ. ' Cowdlu In the
fr s absence, took the lead (it the
e th of a inile Jim llanson, which was
dve.l t 4 to I, Mhotted In the lead
1 the half tiulo and won by four lengths.
Sc"x,i trrabbrd the plan, from Zcllwood
on the stretch.
The stewards of the meet wero Henry
W Hull. Kletcher Hnrper, Foxhalt P.
Keene, H K, I'iiru nnd Lmvls S. Warlns.
"ther who were seen lit tin) paddock
re Paul l), Cravnth, Arthur W. Pearce,
;.attienrn It, Illllman, Julian .M. Ouard,
A Hill, leretnlah Heall, K. .Mlnot. V.
Whitehead, C.eorce Itlchnrdpon. Carlton
l-t. .I It. Dllworth. M. , Hurrill. J. O.
..,'Kt-ton, V V iharp. II. K, litone, K.
I. Hmnll, X II. Harris, II. V. Day,
' errt pvne, :d, HeorKo V. Hunl, S. II.
'- Khimi, T. C White, i:. Halloway Cue,
' .1 K Hadden, ! (' riarke, Stephen
I Prow n, Theodorn Kennedy, II. C.
rel att, Norton Perkins, II. K. Kip, W. A.
Hirst d. M, Pool:, Itemi l.a .Montak'iio.
" U UriKht, Harold H. Itees, Wlnthrop
.n M ,1 IiodKe,, Henry W. Slocuin,
1 lei n vv Warner, (JeoiKo Sldenberi;, X
': I'a!i. I.'uk-ene I. HawkiliH, .Miss I.ldu
'it'iiann, ltUhsell S. Purler. V. I). Wlns-
' . J"lm I.awieni'e, ltalih Itanlet, Allan
mrtot). Mrs. Tninlliihun, W. II. tlKer,
' .rn.wi,M, Mork'an tjoetchius, I,av
"e li niJnian, Hryeo WynK. W. II.
'a t T I! Taylor, Mrs. Payne. Whltnev,
i' and Mrs. T. II. lillford, Mr. and Mrs.
n Hiown. Mr. and Jlrs. tlarret Kip,
'! Hull, I,eavltt Hunt, J. Serueunt
' i. Mr and Mrs Ainbrosn Plarke, Mr.
'I ln S. I!;iltti7.zl, Hubert U llurton,
Pier , .Mr nml .Mrs. II. K. Vln-
r n A lie Witt Pnehnuie, .Mr. nml Mrs.
Il,i ii. W c Hater, KurroBntfi J. II.
Mont l.a MontiiKiie, Theodore
Th lore P.nnsevelt Pell. Mr.
it.
'' William Unshitt, Jack Fol-
' Plilllp lntter, Mattle Porbett, II.
i d rfinl .Miss Hell. l,eo .Martin, Hob.
Keiu. It. II. Itohbins Miss Martha
on Malcolm Stevenson, Mr, and Mrs.
' I Tailor.
makers aplenty ttere present nnd
" " ' ,.- nn obstacle In the ny nf hru'k
K n' v hors you liked. Them also item
' uiikpih between frlendi,
T'.t '-iimmarles:
l'llUST HAPH.
n Handicap purse, sum, nnd platp, US'
' He .in the llav:
Priori.
".tjuu v.-t. Uiiler. 1st. PI.
llll
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3
I
u
and
're ....llfl .Hr.J.THOKer, 4 1
" k 'lo m. .Mr.r.Alper-... 1 5
" 144 .Mr,IwntliVr..I(i 1
'"-'ti'' ....140 .Mr.UIMey... s I
' Ullrf .. . U) Mr.Hatls... 4 I
''tit i 'lietnux, Mr. Stevenson up,
A
1 S
: i
5-2
a a
SI,
'wiri iinnrt, ,-yr, urn up, in , ion,
NIX'DNI) HACi:,
' " ilrwVu l'.irk I'lulo Tor hunter: puro,
' " n m ill ip, ;:im: uLiimt ln nnd a hull miles
" -1 uh- hruih cimr''fi:
1 'rices.
n "te wt. llliler. 1st. PI. rin.
M il tm Mr Vonstiido b a I"
" " 16.1 Mr Mnrt'er . -
innellnr, -Mr .Siullli tip, 6?. refused
'vkniiid llnnlers I'ur-e. K'no, and plate, tinti;
" ' n " i(. and a (piiirler
rrioos.
Ul Wider Isl I'l
Iln
llsnson
. ..
' Umsid ..
"vil'paiigs,,
vMiia
U'Bkp
14 Mr I I ni si i I 1
isu Mr A l tiers t .'i
,.l5a Mr i:.r fow'n 7 :i
,,HJ .Mr V D.l'on'dS i
. l47,.Mr.Hatnb'or..lo-l
117 Mr.WIUey..,iu-l
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f. s
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mi'UTif hack,
i up Open Inndlenp strrplo.
nurll.) ininple of I lie l.eeiinesi
of ll.r a,,irl i.fTe.eil ul llettlell Hut
Purl. eil. rih. . ( noiilrt l.i, nn
II... nt II. lo dIiihIiik II.. fi.ui'tl. ri..',
li? ii ii...U. Ill...i.r.l Mi..'lli.t4.r. ,lia,
II... iittner, l rl.ll.iu
I'ri.i'tl.'i.l. .ll.,l...l l
Im'l.et , li, llelillnu.
Ii liiiiil.......! tn, 'II... rii', tti.i .if
ill. i. ill Itt.i , lilies .iter I. rush.
elmse. pirv, AIM nnd plnti
mil! - oter the liruh emir-e
llore.
( imiitiy tiny
I'r.u-tl Ml
tiatllftnntlti
w I
f.N
I I'l
Pis
llliler
Mr. lnrl er
( I'elllllll.
lcr.lle ll M'ii'll
tdteiituri'
I. ft
llatnputa tin iiNl . Ittmi'i
irill lili'l'
The Knek..tt.l Tup PtlrM'. SJ.'iil. ami pliltr
nnnili Wllee atl.l u ll.lll llillet liter
- i ;an.imTK s wm
coarse
llnrv Wt Killer. M I'l till
(Ins lli lm ITT Mr Paiu 'i 1 .' I'
Miter I'nv P7 Mr Vnss ii I " I 1'""
ihesiir in- lr!.utlii J: a:. :t'"
Pilot, v l . in; ir I'n.i.iii 5 2 :i '. i
hillillirlit ITn Mr ll.itl- .1 I I'm ii :
'ant.iliioti. Mr W lilltctiilj.le tin. n l. and Initio!
Mr. ( oiis'.iti up. s l. did nut llni-li
(.'oupliil In the helllne
M.vni ncr
I'ii- I'hree-te.ir-iiliU nnd I'pufltd l'iire
tind plate. loi fitintit one tnilt on the I1.it
I'rl.v-
1 1)11 1
Ni.ri.lli
S"'i'id.'i'o
I'mtii ar.t
t
in;
mi
i.v.
llliler M. I'l
VI r .1 TtioUer I '
VI r I 'I i.i-Uir t. V
Vlr ( oti .iln J I
PATTON'S ERROR COSTLY
. 's 'I ., ii Oullill l l.ir..iri.
Win Hull (innie.
I A n.sa l'i 'I is. Md. April "' The Natal
I Aiadetn.t won fnnn A'.'t ii iiltmal and Me-
chanleal ColleKe of North I'aroltna timlav
I In a fast and Itileiestliin k'aim of b,ii
I ball, iln scute I.eliiK II to 1. North I'ato-
Una bit the hall hat del than th" midship
I in. n. but the Navy lads tunned oft the
ItleldlliK linnois, Patlon li.it iln; a bad tint
lal si nml base. The inlilshlpmeii seor.d
tin. tun. in Hie luiirlh Iiiiiiiik "ll three
sltiKbs, Pattoti i eitor and Vinson's site
llllie ll.t.
Ni.itli t'arollnas nnl tun eatne In the
llltal Imilm.'. Itussell hlttinc lor tiiree bam
ami si orliiK on Pulton's iliicle. Philip
and I'raiil. I'attteli. sons of the Sectetau
of the Na, saw the came from the pla
ers' bench and applauded both teams
impartial! .
Tlie scoie
N.VVV
ill r h n ii
s
Vl-. (
i- ah r h p n e
I r.irltier.el inn: o n
1 I . liter. .h i o ; .". .' I
i i i lle.lt I n n n ii ll
s.mlth.:t
Ailtnis.Hi.
I Wior.it
llnll.lt'
Ididifi-rs.rf
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cl. stei,.. n I I I o
j n i : ii ii iiiiti.in.s.
: ii ii I 1 (i 1 1 rr-. .Hi
:i n I it Pttt'c..h
.'I n n 1 : 0 Trust .rl
:i n n :i n ii Hus-ill.p
i ii i ; i
I I. II I. II 11
3 ii ii : o n
j n n ii n ii
.11 1 (I i I
Intftli 27 3 3:711 : Tnlnls 31 1 SSI IS "
N.1V ll o li 3 n li n II 3
N (' Air ( n o n n ti ll n 1 ll 1
'IhroetiAso lilts Wlnchi'stf i. Itii.ell sacrlnce
ft, Vinson Moli'ii tiAM s ifille. I I -her r..i-e
nn bmiv (rt KtisM 11. 1 Mruci. out tt Vinson.
I. b llUssell, I Left on li.iv. Nnt. :. N (
Air. ('., .1. Double t'hos I'atton and "Ierr.
.smith, Ait.itnsntnl Hull Time, l hour 3o minutes
rtnplre- Vlr Hells of Washitiition
YOUTH IS CRESCENT STAR.
lllllloek sl.ooli I'lte i.r (iin.ls i'lllll
lleiil .Vi'iv 1 nrk l.utr..ssi. I'l. lit.
Still Hiinther victor was chalkul lip bt
the lactone team of th" I'teMeent Athletle
Club eiterdn.t The latest tn.lte to be
ibfeatnl npiesenled the New Yolk l.a
ctosse . 'lub. The Ilrooktyn plateri had
no Krent dllllculty In v. Itiultitr. the iln.il
score belttK HI to I The hero of the
aftiinoon was ouiik Hallock, who shot
live of the New Moon itoali
Tlie lineup :
Crescent A. 0 Position Nevt nrk 1. ('
Dufresne linal ... sniiisiiy
Hr, Mclntirr I'oltil . H.'itim
Cyi'lot Cotert'olnt I'errln
I). C'nmi'licli I Irst defence ..Mrlnijre
Andrevi .second Defenro . . .Jaoeliy
Lane.. 'Ihlrd defente . . . .1'asinrnnU
dates. Centre Ilrlssntl
Warden '.. Third atlark ...Hon nhlnM
llallork N eonil attack . .I.inenlnirir
.1. N Kennrdy I lrt nnacU ... srhanrer
VValhrldKe Oiitslih hnuie Vanpie
Hon Canipln II Inside Inline eiiapniHii
sienre Cresrenis m .Nett Vnrk. 4 Mihsil
tutes O'ltourke lot Kenned). Solo' for llosi'ti
blast, Hollnti for l.il.tentiur ('mals HallocU. ;,
ll'ltourl.'". :. Hon t'umiibell, :. Walhrldne, l.mi n
liurK. :. Iinlton, hulmt lleferoe l Mov.
Crescent A C, 'limn ol hallo rxi nilnuics
GOSSETT HAS GOOD RECORD.
I'linllee's Ximv
fin lues In
Ilackslop Cniislil
Weslell. I.eiiu.ie,
in;
I'll" New York Americans' new catcher,
flnssett, purchased from the Chlcano
White Sox. mad" a noteworthy lecord
In th" Western I.cnKlle last year lie
eaiiuht 13.1 names for Hie St. Joseph
club, having "HI putouts, L'ln assists and
'21 errors, a fleldltiB iiv-crace ni; .H77. At
th" bat he made pin safe hits, iiicludliiK
eleven dniibl.s, seven tilples and four
home runs, also twenty-seven saurlllce
lilts, Ills percentilKe beltlR .2.15.
(iossett Is live feet eleven Inches tall
nnd welsh lO'i pountli. He was con
sidered a llnd when the White Sox k'ot
him last fall. C.ossett will Join Chance's
men to-morrow ut the Polo Grounds.
CALIFORNIA KEEPS BOXING.
I.eulsllllure Voles Ilotvn llrotvn Hill
b Co ll ii I of I St lo l.'l.
SAi.'liAMKNTo. Cal.. April 20. The Hkht
S.Hiie hem has been saved oner nioie,
TIioukIi the antl-llKlit bill Introduei'd by
Iteprese ntntlvc Hiown comes up for
another vote on .Monday every Indication
points lo a second ib.'feat. The, bill was
beaten to-day by a vole of Is la ID, nine
members laid lo b" opposed to tlie bill
holllk' on Ibe alisuit list. Hiowii's bill
calls for four itniiid bnxlin; ami forbids
chantim; ailmtsslon.
I'nuer Lends Lnfny.-Ke
l.'tsroN, Pa, April 20,--
In leliiry.
('apt. I'lik-er
or I.iiln.W'tle pllcheil n splendid Kiillie
this ufteliiooii. He also led In the, baltliiKL
mid was the slur In l.rifiiyette's victory
over Swarthinore by h score of ! to 2.
The Kiime was mnrked by heavy hlttliiK
by l.afaette ami Svv urlhinore's Inability
lo hunch lis lilts All the pitchers were
ksteaily and .ml one man, n Lafayette
niiiei. Km tiiht ii.isc on nans, f-ivaitn-inoif's
pl.iylnir was rauited pt nines.
Tim Kmc
ll, ll. K.
Hwarthniore. . ., I M u I I-: 7
Lafayette 2 4 0 0 1 I I x! 10 2
Hattarlfi N. Tnrhlr, Twinning and O.
Tarlde; Kairer and Schfotoii.
a. n mm JimL
M lefenllliu yY &!frS
A ft jJk; .
ri,.. tiHr.i hor. jfcMgJdffimm ?? Jn ivt
'rlT .. ! r Jf ffiPjf v ' " Bi
m l it .:" ifi . rifcA.'ia JHHHl
..... rCiKi ' .!
lls l Inlre lllril. ell tt i nlipeil in
!.. of l'(l...l III her M, I , ,.1'n !. II...
COLBY PITCHER IS
STINGY TO HARVARD
ll.'l 1 1
l.'ivcs Tlii'in One Hit
fun ii Team Ho With
Our SinulrV
KIMi'OliS SWT. SIII TOI'I
Mcjiii t inir
ITiii-
.Miiine
lints
f ollruii'ins I
Mini (.'rt ;i
' I, end.
s
Wimiiiiii
c vMni'.iiuif, Mass. Apnl JCi
Colb'k'" ball nine aft.r Its .!
hands of I'.irlmoulh ami Hi"
-Th.- Colby
feat at lb"
toil ColleKe
came back ak'aluH Harvard lo-dat, beat
ItiK tlie Crimson f i" .lam. , the pitcher
wlio bad a no hit leconl atralnst llowdolii
last season, to-da Kave the Harvard bai
lers onl one sltik'Ie, and he would hate
had a iliiiiout had Ii not been for his
leriins two errors in tne mum.
Harvard's lefthander. I're. was hit hard
in the second and sixth Innings, three
similes and tvvn errors i;Iv!iir Colby three
runs In the s.cond and four hits in row
In the sixth, scmllm: two more Maine
runners acioss the plate.
Hitchcock, who nplaced Pr.ve did not
allow a hit Colby did not Bet a ball
outside the diamond under him
The note .
coi.nv ii.vi'.vwiin
al r h p a e ,iti r li p a e
Mm sou If
I
1 VVllir'tr 1 10
loors ef t
Nutti'it rf 4
ft 3
t S
(i Cuius if 1 0 0 l
' Cl irk Jh 3 0 li I
0 Am-. in 4 o o p:
1 li.lllftl 11 l0 -ll I
II.. ll 111
I 11
I ulii .s .b J ii 'i I J
a iim s.n
I 'I
a 3 " Hard", k .1 I o
0 0
0 I
1 r,
o I
n i
I. I I'tir 3b I
e.unpl.'s
l.nvtne c I
1
o Tonic. rn
I o.liorn e. :i I r. .' o
0 Pije.p I f 3 0 0 1 2 1
llltehc'k li S I 0 I i, 0
Totals r. t. ;; i: 3
' Totals :t : i :7 17 :
Colliv ii i o ii o ; o o o - r.
Harvard o o n o o 0 " 0 r s
sainlne luls Curtis. Ctiuuiiiii First bai'
on emus Cnll'.v. s: llirvatd. .' Left on b-nies
Cnlliv. .'; Ilirvird. 4 ltil Off l-'rc. hi
live and two thuds Inn lies, ml lll 'lieoclt. none
I m thr.e nnd one third innitijs stolen bises
VVltl-'ale. Iloeu l llilinilli'S rir'i n.i" on i.m
Oif Jani 'S. I: nlf Hitchcock I Struck .ml -Hy
Pre. 3. by llitelnssk. .'. h .l.un, f.
linillil.. iilny Canipls ll and Heed Wild pit.h
James I'rnptre O'lieilLv Time- I hour ami 13
tlllllllles
FIVE ERRORS NET SIX RUNS.
Vermont Wins lliiKUed finlile I'roni
Vllildleliiir b I I In si,
Ill'ni.lNi.Tox. Vt . April "' Veimont
defcap'd .Vllddlebury. 11 In S, In Ivr tint
home kMtue lo-tl.iy. The uiime was very
iiiKk'ed and was iimrkul hy man eiims
and heavy swattlnn. (Jllbert and Malcolm
each pitched halt of th.' K.nne for Ver
mont, ih" former lecclvlns poor suppoit.
With Malcolm In the box III" Itam re
coveled. Vull pitched the whole same for Mld
dlebuty. Kxcept In 111') Hist and seventh
llltllllk'i ll" kept th" lilts scatteled, but
was found for one liunm tun, two three
base hits nnd two ttto banners, Vermont
scored six runs In the first on fi nilxtme
of two pusses, two errors and three lilts.
In th" second Mldilbtlmry made six runs,
aided by live ei rors, one pass and two
hits.
The scoie i
11. It. n
Mlddlehtiry ... K"H0I I I J
Vermont ft 1 0 n n S S x 11 J .'.
Hain rles- (llll'Hi t, .Vtultolm and M iy
forth. V'.ill ami Williams
I'listtell's llilelfer.'i.ee Cosll),
Thf much lutititl C.irltun Academy nlno
but a haul foiiKht K.nnu to Hamilton In
stitute vesteiday ut Van CVirtlandt Park
hy a scorn of t to 3. In the last IiiiiIiik
'Ciullon would have tied the scotn if C.is-
tvell hail not interfered with Miirnane's
! tlirniv to the plate. The ' illllplie railed
i III" i miner out on the play, leavlns Mam.
' llton In frntil
The score i
ii ii. i;.
Carlton Acadeni) 0 0 0 0 2 0 n 0 I- .1 t f.
Hamilton Inst ,.0 0 4 ft 0 Dip x 4 2
llatterleii Carlton Aenrtamy. Nlrali and
Cnseivellj II a ml It nn Institute, O'llrlen ni
in l.lei
'-iwkUf atu s. rmt. .
Ill,- llirlll .if ii elo.e Holih.
...t nlir mi, hn up mi tlie
HALLOCK STARS AT LACROSSE.
Helps
Mi-triii Prep siiii.iIht
ll.r
Team of llos llluli.
The l.tciosie team of Stet ens Prep
overwhelmed Hn.ts IIIeIi al Castle Point
I'leld, Hoboketi, esterday by the seote
of l.'l to n. Stevens Pi"i pl.ied rlnss
aiouml Its opponents. Hallock. .McKay
and (' I 'oiiKhei ly played well for the
wlniieis Tln Prep attack lellnl on team
work mote than Indlvliltial playlnc Th"
Stevens liys seined at ttlll
The scote
llos HlKll
t.airlhnn
be rnhart
lnlloiS
Vl'inrhestrr
Lemi'n
Metlse
Herirstroni
It osier
M eliley
Palmer .
Clarl.
Iirei'her
I'n-ltll'll
(nsd
( nter point
I'Ultlt
I'lrst itfcnre
Seonil ilefeni 0
Thhd ill fi tice
Centre
1 1ilnl it in k
Stetrns I'rrp
Vmlersen
'laj ler
1lerhntt
(rat don
It. Dunn
Sullivan
(I'll. hi chert
VI cl ee
llal'av k
Im Ue
Vlersrk-.
Vtrltat
Seentnl att.ick
First attack
din home
In home
Scoie Stetrn
IJ. Il.iv Ulch
lioals
Hallixk. a McKay. 3 ( Donoiorti . 2. I..-I.c.
Mi rseles siihsiittites MailJen rer Vlcrxdcs.
toml.kv for vv ousift "ef'-ris Si-hm-
SARDA WINS HUNT CUP.
II li lilies III. If n I.e. mill Vll.'l. ll of
t'elil.li'Ri In Pour Vi,. s.i.M.i1e..nMr.
Hai.timokk. April "' S.irda. a but
u Mini;, ridden b.v Hioie- All. ii l.-e and
owned b Conine WliniiK, Jr. of Phila
delphia, won the Hual steepp chase (or the
Maryland Hunt ''UP .vesterdny after :.
spectacular race ttltnuseil b I.Omii ;m-.
elely piople. Tlie course was i ross-coun-I
try between llrooklandvlll" and lionets;
Station and covered about four miles. '
Pebbles, ,1 CeorKe I.elper up and owned
by Alexander llrottn. which rati second,
was onl half a leiiKth behind the winner
anil diiiinK the last half mile the leaders
ran neck and tuck, the winner k'olinr ahead
tvlnn near th" finish llatubo. owned by
.1. S. Wilson, Jr. and Itedmoinl C. Stewart,
was third.
Setenti en stnrted. The onl accident to
tiiar the spun had Cmiij.i lltnvvn, Jr fur
Its victim. Ills nn unit, Two Saints,
si .1 1 ill ill il ctnsiiltiK a ditch and thievv
Drown, lire-iltlni; Ills rollaibnne
FRESHMAN PITCHES WELL.
Cutler nf Williams- Cites Mass,
Vu
Kir Onl Tim Mils.
Wii.i.iamstoivn, Miss, Apill 2i". --Williams
bee. in lt has. ball season to-d.iy by
ilefeatliiK the .Maisachmjetls A-srlcnltunil
CoIIckc, 4 to n Culler, a freshman, was
In lite bo for Willi. nils. Althouwh h"
paned, tlir. e men In the e.ely part of the
game, after that he vvas steady and al
lowed only two hits.
Williams hit Sherman freely In the
seventh, seorlnu two runs. In the fourth
Swain sent the tlrt inn across the plate
bv a u. M..I two bak'k'er. Th" scoie:
It
Mas" AC 0 0 0 ft 0 0 (I ft ft -n
Williams ll 0 0 I 0 11 S I x I
ll i:
2 3
1 3
naileries siierni.tn ami uiuniiiEtni' ui
ler and l.evvli
HOLLANDER A SWATTER.
Crorirelnn n Hull Pin co Cel I'our
Illls In I'our Tillies I'll,
HAIiTsoitn, April 2f.. (loorKelovvn de
feated Trinity to-duy at baseball, 7 to 3.
Hollander for Ceornetown plaei he star
Kiimn both In Hehllni; and bittltiK, makliiK
two two bngRers and two similes In four
times nt bat.
Much team lilt the ball well and in the
fourth Trinity knocked Ceoruetown's
pitcher out of the box, The score:
ll. 11. K
(leomMown. ... 1 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 0- 7 IS I
Trinity ool 2 0 0000-3 s 4
ll.itterles Krllsy. Klele nnd -Miill.ine ,
Warned and Cirpenler.
EVERY GAME FOR WESLEYAN.
I.rl.luli Tennis Pin era lirl i s,.mck
In Aiinnul VlHleh.
IlKTIH.miEM, I'll., April !K. l.ehlKll not
a Nelbnck tu Its tennis matnh with Wes
leyun I'ulvcrslty to-day, the visitors win
nliis,' every iiaine, Tim score was li to ll,
The sunnnar
Ninnies Tiirtihtill Lehleli. lot lo Itlne.
Inn .I, VV'esley.in, 1 5, '- 3. Ilacnii. VVVsleati,
I.Mat. Sheiiparil. Lehltlll, 'i -0, '1 U; Curium
Irr. Lehlnh, lest m llottell, Weslex.iii. heal
Carpenter. Leldirh. 6 t. .11. S. Halite-,
Wesleyatl. h.'at lmuKhis, Lehkh, 3, (12.
Hnuliles -lloitell and (lames, Wrslrynu,
heat Iwutrlas unit Hhepparrt, le'hlKh, (i I.
I I; ItlcliardB and Ilnooil. Wenleyull, heat
Carpenter nnd Turnlnill, Lehigh, J, 03.
I lie llirlll .if ii eline Holih. In Hint j
result f
I COLUMBIA USES UP
CORNELL PITCHERS
New Yorkers li llciiv II it-linu-
Avciiup .Mtniy if
li'ii t I y lllinciiiis.
SMITH (iOKS WIIUI.K 110 IT K
I, oca I lioviiiiiii IliiniHi'N Hall
Clcvi'i'ly Tlmuiirlioitl 'riiim
ilcrttornis Inti'i'vi'iic.
iTll.u't. April :i'.. Columbia evened up
a few old ban'b.lll scoles with Cornell
this afternoon. ib featliiK th" Itlmcans. !
to I, In ii lorn; drawn out Kame. l-'or one
lllltlK there Here fill ty-llv e Initiates of ill'
leriiiplioti eaus.il b.v a thunderstorm.
Columbia drove o'l'mitmr from the slab
III Hie llftb InnliiK after live runs had been
scored. Conn II could not bit. Smith and
that tells the story of the irame. Home
run drltii bv Kl"tidl and l'teiletleks ttere
features, 'or Conn 11 Keller's tleldlnc and
lialllllK were the leileellllllt; featlllei.
Cornell scoted In the, llrt when Keller
Irote out a thi.e base hit ami atiie home
on Trainer's sai rltlce Hy. Columbia came
light back In the sieoiid. hottevr. A lilt
bt I'rledt leh, a b.iie on balls, liosefr's
Inllelil tap and Smith's three Ii..kk r pave
the New Vorkeis two ruif. In th- fotiith
I'l l. -ill U h tapneit mil a hnme itlu
In the Hflh Willi sltu.'1'd nnd Klendl
plant! d a licime inn In deep left Held, pot
far I ton, whole Prledt tell had kimitiiil
tin ball. Ill the seventh Walt sltlKled.
I At i lit in third on a ttlld pilch and came
home on Kieiiill's kiiikm T h" .scute.
CObl'MIIU COIlS'i:i,l.
, ah r ti n a e an r 1
at. r li p a e
I i) n n u
i VtiMire.ef. .' ll tl I ll (I C Iillr.1l
IVtstl-'ti. I .' .1 0 ,. II Kellrr.3h 3 I L' 1 II)
' hlemll.tli l I '-' I" n it 1'ralner.lf. .1 n 1 n n n
, Ij'tiie'i ll.rf I li n I a n llittler.ef.e 3 n I 7 ? n
I rteisrlrh.ss I 3 3 I '.' 1 s(.,riek.e 2 I. (I I I II
Vlrenaii.lf I n 1 inn HiiMiadrr: n n u n n
! llaaten.Jh 3 0 10 1 I M.ttsnii.if. t o o o o 0
1 llis.et:,e i I n 7 a "i T.her'ss .t o n : , 1
i MnlWr.p i i. I i) I ii D'n'v'n.Jh I ii o :' I it
I (irVtn'n i f.l o I n n n
'Intals 3fi ll?7 li I ()'( 'n'r.p noli ti
tMIiind.p I ii ti n n
i MicltlliiT I 0 11 II ll o
. totals 32 1
is; 1 1 i
"liaiinl for IMIund In ninth limine
i oinmlil.i n : n 1 2 n t o n s
Corn. II I tl " o ii n n- I
'I hire bate hps holler, (irn.sinan Homo
runs lilcnitl. I ilodrloh Stolen bases Unit.
2: Itlonill, llaaron. l;o :f. Ilntler. Ilalstoad Sac
I'.if bit Trainer I't.st lao mi balls o.T
Smith. 2; olT O'Connor. 1 Mrtukeut 11 Smith.
7. by I.Connor. :t. I) lallutul. I wild plnli -Pdluml
Passed liall Sclililoi lilt by pitcher -H
Smith dlutlofi I tnplro MrCarih
ONE TARGET SETTLES MATCH.
1)11 of
uerlse
ettnrU ncfenls nn Li'ii
fop , .1. I hiiiiiiilonsl.lp,
N J . April 2C. --Ch.iries H.
t IIIA7
ii
!.. Jr., of New York In a close mutch at
the trap.", of the ()ran-e Cull Club this
afternoon wrested the Slate liullt Iduil
championship at ela pU.s.ns from l.rneM
ton l. tij-ike of the Ulan,.' Ctni Club.
The ib elelon huns op one bird, which
Uefete" Louis Murfnrd nf New t m drsl
prnnoiinosl dcul and then decl ired un
tiinclied. It was a close decision and
furnished fond for dlscuilon anion;; the
speetato:
Piy broke 17 tatdeH anl Von Loupe-
ke "0. Th wind bl'-w str.ilKht down
the hill Into the traps. There will he an
open shoot tu May. when Von Lencerke
will try to win bie'i th" title. He hid
held P for a year
G0TCH MAY MEET ZBYSZKO.
Ilia tluneer lo V till Mini nml Try
l Inline.' Illin lo Miin l it.
Cuti'tnn. Vpr'.l Kfforti to lulin;
Prnnl; Cot. h and St ml-Iaus Zbyizko tn
Kelher In e ch.itipli.tislilp battle In this
city vvre sorted to-day when Kmll Klank,
maniiKor of the champion, ucreeil to make
a trip to Humboldt In the hope of Induolm:
Cotch to ak'iee to another meeting with
the Pol". Klank ami the olllclnb- of th"
Cliibe A C. talked oter the proposition
that broucht about the tnnnaRer's sfmd.
Jack HurtilHIi Is ready to allow Cotch
to name his own teims for a mutch,
',byzko Is tvlllliu: to take on the Hum
boldt hid In straight ciitch-as-citch-cau
style, th" toe hold permitted.
llnrinril Srconrts TneUle Woreesler,
Wnr.cKMTKH, Mas... Apill 2tl. The Wor
cester turn (if the New' llnsl.llld l.etiitue
ileteateil the Harvard second team to-day
ut lloiilevnid Park In an exhibition con
test 10 to 3. The Crimson followers were
unable to hit thn ball safe when safeties
would aid In scorltiK
The score .
H. II. R
VVoriCSttr 2 0 021320 010 !l S
ll'irinrrt. s-l . n o 1 o ft 0 o 2 o 3 .' a
IUttthv rllovtan. I'vheliiian and Car
roll. Hardy .uid Stat buck.
Illicit Strike Out Ttrenty Plnyera.
Caiilisu:, Pa., April 2fi. The Dickinson
College nine defeated Johns Hopkins hero
to-day 7 lo 1. I loch pitched one of the
best iriunes seen on Piddle I-'leld, striking
out twenty men,
Horsey tried to trip Hoch ns the hitter
was rounding second and there was
trouble, Hoch was allowed to ro to third
anil the Ratlin was resumed. The score:
it. ii. i:
Dickinson 20011003 x 7 10 3
.1 nlum Hopkins.. I o o 0 0 0 ft 0 01 2 4
Hsttcrles llooh mid (Inldnrln; Itloe and
lli.ul.
Wralern
l.rannr.
Slmis City, '.1. iltiishn,
Wlehlls, 7; Llmoin. 2.
Topeka, 4; Dent sr. 3.
St Joe, 4; Ilea Mollies, 2.
I'roipect I'nrk Unaebnll lleaulls,
I'lloa V, C, li: Cenlrnl Y, M. C. A., 2.
National Park Hank. II, Poison Oaks. 3,
Ailee A. P.. 10. Deiatur A. 0 s.
Prospect lleltfhts Church, 15: Meter
Club. A.
I'railklln. 7: Hay llldre Y C 4.
I'lirkway V- ' k; Mrdfnrd. .
Hubiirlinn Arrnvia, IS; Prospert Tark Y
M. C. A., 9,
Windsor A. C. : Wlnnlpe. 1.
Aeine Club, ; Koyal lniurmnce Corn
pa 11 '. 1.
Says W.Johnson
Kurd on report llmt WulliT
IoIiiioii ol' f lit Si'iiiiinr.s. tin- ilaz
zlinil ilJif or all liit spocit's. was lo
! niarriiMl ass mmjii as ho koi. Iniv.' of I
nlisi'iifp was hiin rri'ly, almost li yn- !
Icrii ally. (Ii'iiii'il liy linn pill I'liuriiiiT
whfii ,c airlvcil Iipit io-lay villi
his leani. He dii.'n'i know any u-n-Mn
why Cupid slioiiM picU ,n hitti,
JoluiMHi Miiil.iiinl Im wasn't I'liuaKi'd
to uny uirls and didn't iiitciid to tlo
niiytliini; mi lirioif as nialriinoiiy
mi lone as P livi.'d. MJ lll'tp llilll.
Tin- inline of the gill as nivi'ii in tin;
dospalrli ii Alum II. Scully of Cain
liriilEo. Mas. .lolinsnii said lo-duy
I lint In; Iiiipw .Miss KiiiIIv sort of
rasiially: tliat slio ottnn rami' to tln
Kiobtids to sec tin- naini's, lint that
van all. 'lolinson lliilik.s ilial tln
ri'pori mis si'iit out to annoy ritlin
him or MKh SciiIIv.
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE.
V"lerilu
lleaull.
.lerst i
It
lie. Ii er t
Mnarieul, ; (eletcn Innings)
I . Hnrriil.i. n
t. Tiiretltil, I
N'e'l.ttk :i
II lltlllldlf..
Prut IiIpiii i
ManillriK of the Claim.
W. I .
r.rtiArU
IH'lllmi.re
.U li . lit
I'lntiili tne
Jsl niirtidn
i"i Ittiene.ier
.Vl I Mimiir.il.
...'ii I 'I ntiilltii
.1.1.1 ,
Tii-dn' Sel.rili.lr,
l!neirtsr 1. 1 .lersey flit
.Mnnlrriil In NVtt..lk
'liirolitn In I'm ttlein r
DAVIS DOWNS HUSTLERS.
litis
'lien, Mint Dili I (.111 I'IiiiiI
III.
itlim riirr Ii :t i.i I.
.lel.iey Clt tncked tin nnnlher vlctni
oter Itoehesin In stn!uti irattie at
West Side Path. Tlf nine wi.i .'I to 1 ,v
llbeliil application of Hie hlekoiy In the
fm Hi Itni'iix b.v Hi" home lenm pm the
Kan li lee. I mv Is held Hie visitors iim-
less until the ninth, tvli-n n base mi ball.j.
u slnule nml nn lull.-!, I out eiiabbd tlau
Zi I's Clew til sidestep a slue out
J 11" SI ol I
ItonU'.STI'.lt
.H'.lisiiv citv
' ah r h n
all r Ii ii it
I'ni'l.lli
o .'li
l llenilU".ll I
n V .iiulm i
e Purtf II 1. I
ft IVrrj .. r :
a M.Cilie r! I
- It.irri.lli
1 Kniilil.-Mi :
I Crisp... i
OD.itls.p :
l)
n
smith. I! '.
Conrn.v.':h I
'llltl.el 1
Sini'ni.i'li I
Mirilti s 3
Prfd'ek.rt :t
Jtiekl'l h .
yilinn.li I
11 0
0 -
3 II
I t n
I : :t
'.' i
i 0 0
: i :
. :i tc
t
n 3
I 11
.' a
1 '-
1
Totals -.1 1 r, :t ic 3 Total
: n
lloeli.slrr ft ft ii
Jei sey C'll u ft ft
o i-
0
Iirst has on errors Ilo.'hler 1; Jersi.r
fit. I Tiio bass lui. Vati.-lui. IV rr.v. Pitrtell.
I'riesi stolen bin's Piirlell Crii. Prnsl.
Ift on bases Jersey City Unehester. II
Hoiible pints Oinnii and Pnei , M,.rlm and
Priest rust b.is on hall (III Hails, c,: on
Dtuiin siriiek otil llj li.it is. : br (Jiuim. :'
Wild pitches- Hit is. (intnn 1 nuitres I'mnrrai.
and Qiilkle Time 1 Ineir .i ml .V, minutes
SMITH PITCHES A LA CHESBR0.
AVI III I'lli'lles In IM.'te.Dli Vllntv
Vetrnrk 1 mil nn 'I'll 1 1 .
itchcr Frank Sinltli of Mniitivat threw
away a k'aui" that had been hrilllantly
contested for eleven Innliui yestenlay at
Newark when with two out and a m m on
third he lost eniitT.il or a "splttei" and
mole ,i tlld pitch a la dir-lii.' It let
In tin ttinnln.' run
The score .
MONTKKV1.
NI.WAKK
uh r h r
ah r 1. r
(iilh'ey of .'. ft 1 I
0 Teelev ss
ft I
vuen ri ..
1
0 Collins rf I
o;w zran.if .i
a'-iit -111.1.111. 4
Mrref :.
1 i: zi'an.rii t
0f!..stner.;h 3
1 lllsirlni.c. I
'I Ilell.p. I
0
a Totals
ft I
I 7
:: 1 '
0 2
1
ft 3
o I
iiauf'ii.ir ;
Miller. lb. I
1 1
0 1G
0 I
1 '.
i eafff r.3b 4
H'ln'd :li I
Piirlell i 1
lltirni.e 4
D.ile.p 1
I'emmttt 1
s-itin It p 1
ft
Totals ."1
t
Hatted for Dale in the eirhth mmnr
ATtu onl when -tinr.ttu run was seored
Montreal i 1 1 n ft ft ft 2 0 a ft 2
N'e,rk 'i 'I 1) ft ft v 0 0 0 ft 1-l
s. icrifire lilt, (i.istilsr. S'laoim stolen bases
Collins, tiilhooloy Three h.'se luls VV nn.
nierman Hurns I'rst base 1111 balls Otf Itelt.
I: off Dale. 1: oil smith. 1 Struck oit -lio
Hrll. 1: h D.-le. hi smith Hit by piteln.l
bill Ilv 1l.de 'Collins. Wil, pin-!, s,,nth
Hits Of. n-ile. C m sic.i intuii.si off 'imif,i. 1
iu throe anl tttolhui's irn 11.-. Double t.u.yi
Tuolo.v li.ct'ier Kinl s.'v"i itt..: Allen and Mil
ler I-'ir'. Iihss on "rroi s Neverk. 1; Montreal,
Left on bases NVwirlt ii; Montreal, e.
I'mplrce-Nalhii and Huyis Tune 1 hnur and
.V minutes
At niiltlinorc.
n 11. r.
Il'jffl.lo . 0 ft 0 0 ft 0 ft 0 0 -ft i 1)
llaltltnol- . . ft 0 ft ft a ft (I 1 1 2
llatterles Fullenvvlder and (3oiv..v . Shnit
key and PKftn.
At Providence.
n
1 -1
Toron'e
I'rot idem e .
Naileries
utnl Korlier
ft ft ft 0 0
11 11 0 3 0
v I
Mniis'l and llenils. ItelstKl
SCH0LZ TAKES THE HONORS.
Tins Mnlcli nml I'.xperl llrrnl Holh
I'm II tn III111
The tournament of the Seventh Regl
nicnt rille club, which has been koIur nn
nt thn nimorv for the last few months, t
came to an end on Krblny nlKht, when
SeiRt. V Soholx of Company M won
class match No 2 In the expert class
Serst. Schotz won with 11 score of 137,
one point iihead of Corporal W. C. Le
Comple of Company K. Veteran J. P.
l'clt, who led In the first two matches
for thn cup, was unable tn better his
score and finished third, with a total
of ISfi.
In the sharpshooters' mntch Corporal
C C. Hosslre, Jr., of Cotnpnny I carried
off the honors easily mid also qualified
ns an expert. .
Compnny K finished at the head, with
the Rreutest number of experts and sharp
shooteis. Compnny M was a clnst- sec
ond and Compnny C third. Th" list,
rIvIiik experts nnd sharpshooters In that
order, Is:
Company It 6-. Company M. 52
Company (!. 42, Company ll. 4 1, Vet.,
1 1; Company I. 2 li Company D, 21;
Company li, 2 i'i Company P, 2 0; staff,
2 0: Company A. 1-0, Company c, 1 0:
Company II. o--o. N. c. H.. 0 Oj Company
U 00. Totals, 3S- lo.
The core at Friday nUht's meet weie:
Wlnnera Class Cup Match No. 2, Expert
Clas .Scmeanl A S.hol., Company M.
G)w;t 117. Sharpshooters. Corporal C. c.
Iloastre, Jr., Company I, 61 15 133.
Novlcs olas, Corporel VV. W. Struthris,
Company K, HI 11 122.
I'lrst Kntry Pilie Winners, Htperl Claas
Hrmeant A Soliohi. Company M, 32--34
CO. sharpahoiiters,. Private A P. I'ubnrn,
Company C, 30 ll-til, Nnvbe class, Prl
vale W. 13. Howie, Company H, 3031111.
t;xprt yuallfleatlona-Seriteanl P C.
Noble, Company K, ti 40 10s,
Sharpshooter (juallllratlonr Ssrceant I
C. Noble, Company K, 33 SS S,
I'nya flO.IMHI fur Saddle Stallion.
Kansas i'itv April SB. Ten thousand '
dollars for My Jlnjnr Pure, the celebrhled
saddln stnlllon, ptnohiised to-day by II
A. Ixinu of this city rroni ram nrown
of I'urls. Mo., cstitblished n record price
In saddle horse history In Missouri.
llrovvil recently I'llivlU'Red the Htnlllon
from T-rfBlry Huy of llovtllng fircrn. Ky..
rHytng jB.dOO. Mr, Uuib I" tho futher of
Mlsu Loulu Ixmg, a well known bone show
inhibitor. t
Kxm'X 'on nt. Plnyers Hnifi'it
111 to n (Niiisui Syslcm)
nt Short Hill-.
LOW I m ON H.WK IH N'I'I'.lt
I'l'ofi'ssiollills I'iullt Ollt II "f.
Hole .Mntfli (iolf .spiintu
Opens KIm'wIicii'.
Hiilliniol pla tig al l.otne. i.i. I t
nieasiite ol l!ee I'oiiiily hi lean'
llilll. li teslelili.t In 'IIHll. Ill" filflll.l "pell
linr nt Hi., .e isn.i. II'. i -till i"llil; I'
points to iimler tin- Namiti systetii
tt.r. titelie piilte oil a fide, Hie
'I bet.
bolllf
1nl.es Willllllls! seven inalches.
:! k l.ott. the Halliinol iiofes',loii..l.
lleleilt.ll ll.lte lllllllef. the lse. (.llltlty
"pro." I tip lii 'a Hill I -"t v huh match.
The Ii it i it l. 'Milts lollott .
INk .'eiiil- Vti .ttllhin mid .l i'ntllier. 3.
Iloll.'l'le Mini K II"BK. ". Il'illnes ill.il lillliel
iiniti. " . Iini'iiliiu nnd ItiKiills, i'. Il't. '
virlioniitil ii.il II' t .1 lltini-r. I. Il.irnfe. k
.111.1 It I. til I . Ms. t II .rrltea ll'nl Titller
3, llnilil mill ll.lll. 0. eileesnnill nlld linllhl
i). Hti.tn nml Sue. iRo ii. Paul lliirrlsnn end
IP i' li- nnlds, i', I'VirkiIj' and lli'litiiiui.
I'. Tut its 1.
Itiillinrid Snlllvnn nnd llhr. Mnrens
.and lininl.sri v. n ('nnklln nnd Meltnlk'hl. .",
I'.". I MllllRHIi i.tnl I'll'lertnll. : Mnrils mul i'ii'
1 let, ii. l.'Hi.iiiiiililliii iilnl I'. AiIiiiiis. .Ir..
to! ti..rp .. ttpli.l.i ft. .-tutli-HliM idle nnd Slinn
.. ,.... ivceiis. 'roMiisfiid mid
IIiil-cib. :i. Me.hilr mel V V a. ... H.'
tnrit. .If nnd ttiilklits
Tnliili'. u.
I '
All ( Inisei II ii n ill
Mtmlclnlr.
MoSTi . via. . .1.. Vntil - The lon:-
! l:itr (inlf Clni. up. . ml Hi" i" "lib
h llnlli Ipi Hid lull iweepsti.kci. In Class
A .1. A. Plillb'I'l. nnd A. '". Pratt tl-l
Willi and settled lilt' coiilesl In the ball
j SVV eelKiakl". I'l itt tl uilui:.
I The le.idlnt; seor :
ci,... .t. Ii.it,. i' ..I. I v I'liiiorict..
i si- i:. i: v. c. I'r.iti.
i:,
e
I Mill'
U' .1. II. I. Il.illlel.l. ,
I". vt ('..nsiloii. 1'. . Walter limn. .
ST T to, ' ll V.m VI. rk. tT -7.
In el.i..s P. .1. '. liarrNoii vtou both Hie
handicap and Kveep.takes, his card re.nl-
lm: '.". Is 71. uiher ..coles:
.1 . in . tm 14, :. .1. .v. lle,i .
;i4 u, 7T. .1. s HioiMi, '.i.'. Is, 75; I!. H
Partner. I5 SI. vl: I. K'H"K?. !"'
.. iln I.ini. .'.. -tt. si ll 11 Sl,.rn,
P.. M
In clasi C . M. ilreeu and 11. 'i
' Mackay lied III bnth linnillcap and sweep
J ; iptk.s. The scores:
II II VI. ilrf.n. 73. tl. C. Msekt.
i i ::' :.. 73. It. Hiiuiiks. Ianas. p. vt
ft Arenln. ,lr. Ill- ut. '. P. II. Ib.hlns'.n.
0 i in . t:t. II. W T dm, ins L'a. ts,
,. i v, II '. .ftui-. 1S S. ta. II I' llnveu.
0 103 .'O, 3.
setenl.t-flt Out nt I'm Hills.
In .tddlllnn lo the iiuallf Ins loiind In
the ipritiK luiirnatiient al th" Kox Hills"
Cnlf I'lllb eslerd.i.v, w liere snlltetllllls
! like seveii i.v -live lltetnls'rs tllt'lled out.
Iheie was all elithlern hole modal pl.t.
handicap In two classes, K. C. Johiistou,
with a card of M' 12, 71, led ("bus A.
I ". .VI. White topped the second division
with 103 27, 71. The follow Inn fiialind
'for in. itch play In the sprlnc lourii.ini.nl:
I I'lrst s'lttesn -ilsorse C I'amfl. It 11
. .Vliimluk. T I). Conroy, 11 T. Allen. VV . S
, l,e.i, l.liivd Teflt. II. S. Pallie. II l
I I'ossi T VV I'etilniek. A 1. Kainnie.
II Coi-iis Hard.' . H. '" Jolinston. Prank T
lltellli, Harold Sinter .1. H. VViioleii. II. II
. l.lov.l.
Sn'nn.l Mxtsrn J. .1. . .' I lonohne. Jr.. Vt . t
, l 'relchtmi. I. S. ('.nikllu. J. M- I'letiilin ,
' V P. I'rter. S. W. HeilltiR. Thoina &
! Leeds. VV. I'. Whs. ler V 11 Mars. VV .
1 Henderson, lieorije l Vrinstrnnc P. I' Abe
M. .VlOMlll'll
.1. Hlinor (i lintiohur, Col.
II.
.J'll.'llOKhlie
spliuller's Mrst Ciiril
Is
fs.lllrf.
Ueturiilni: ,1 caul of s. 111 -71,
I.
Splndleo led th" Held In the first com
petition of the mm wni 1 at the piker
M adow Coif Club yesterday There vteie
foil entries In the handicap The fol
low Im; returned score":
I. .1. stplndler. tl. I- -71: P W. ntoh
tt t: "S.N VV Wells, 'it. Cforge S
ii'l'lvn. si.. 10 -7i'.. Usury Krjn, V3. 77,
I. ll' (lelllld. !l. IS -7. P.. VV Kiuhll. 91.
II 77. A. A. .'.miliar.!. '.'2. 14 7s; .1. 1!
.t.l.i.ns, tl. .',- 79. C. A. Kimball. 93. II
1 1 -.
11. O Parsons s. s 7s, Frank IJarimi.
I. '. to. i: Ii Miller. 05. 13 2; O. W.
kel Ifta IS S2. II N Wabash. Ja -P.
VV Sliil'le. '.'ft. 7 US. W. K. Clsvsr
101 It t3. li C. (irlsvobl. 103. 20 S3.
II. I'.alii.ili-. 1'7. 12 "S.
1
I
l.ci
sr.
!'
11.
l"i,KlciTii.id linn
Sixty inenibern of the
(in Plnyerc
llnitlevtood Coun-
try Club took part In a modal play handi
cap oter Hie club links yesterday. Pavl4
I. Luke was the winner with 95, 25 "n.
The follow Inn teturued cards:
Pnt'ld L. Luke. fS, 2f 70; tjforft van
Kaiireu 7 IS 72. (JsnrBe Ltulloiv. J4. 11
73; N. VV Petert. '.'ft. IS 7S; Jamea Barber,
lnl. 22 -7!. Louis !.. Clarke. r4. IS 7f.
II. V. Keep. 51. 10--It . Shimon Mrltle.
11 s2. 1'l.inol. Slnrin. !"4. 12 -2. I' P
Durea, ?2. S 4.
llnnnrla ami tnOerinn Tie.
Nassau Rolfers beRan their competitive
season yesterday with a ball gweopstakei.
A. C. Itounds and John Anderson finished
on even terms, with respective carda of
..!, 20 9 nnd !9. 30 1;. The scores
follow.
A C. Itounds. sp 20 , John Anrtaraon,
; ft?. 30 iil, (1. r l ull. US. 2372. J. Iannis
M.srrv. s9. 1772, P. L. Noble OS. 2S--73.
1 VV. A. Harilner. 32. 17 7S: P. r. Trail,
I 9, 1277, I-:. S. VVIIIard. US. 20 7S: L. P
I llyder. 94, IS 71). c. II. Smllhen. 100. 20- -
to, William it peters, mi, 20111; itartey
.Vlnribxk, !i. 13 - St.
Iliilxers llenta t'nlon nt Tennla,
Nrw HiittNswicK, April 2S. Rutgers
defeated I'nlon this mornlni; In the flmt
Hnnls meet of the season
The summary:
Prentiss, llutK'rs. defeated Dleklnann,
f- 1. 1 H, 70, Lee, Ilutfere, defatsi
VV.idsii orth. 4. 10; Hoiiell, Union, de
feated Havens. C 4, 62; Thorhurn. Rui -Ker.
defeated Woodhall, 62, 101.
Doubles. Hon ell and Wadau'orth, Union, de
feated llavena and Haven. 4, 2; Prn
tlss and !.'. HutRor. defeated Woodhall
and Dickinson. C 2. 2.
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