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THE SUN, SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1913.
8 A , 1 1 ft it i WILLIAMS FAR TOO FAST FOR TOUCHARD ff Mnlrli h liii dip Try (ml omiir llnrMii-il M;i ii litis I'l.ll'C. iEsnr IN STWMCIIT sKTS Hilt in pontiles IIjicUcII mill Hllll OVi'l'rtHlli Two lnciiicl Men of CrhiMUi. PlayttiR in "lr'i to liif '-t form and shjwlni? iiiiifli nf Hi'- i-iiifil iinil ;uvur,uv Dial oarrlnl limi I" woii'l tiitliiff .tmorii; th tnnla pluyerf ot Hn- t'nltnl Stiitm It Nnrrts Williams (e fe.ili'il itiisi.UM V Touohnril In Hlriilslit (-eli n tho U'cxi Slric I.awn 'IVimli ("lull ivuiit i"ttcril:iy TIip wot fit ?. -: Tin- mnm Wat van! iariUit wli-lili-r will i.fl.)l take- 111" tMil for Miivlit-u .ti the MiikU' with Matirli'o i: M l.aiililln ,in:tti- MistiMlaala In I lie IMvih iui tu ami an Touchard ha alv liv-.i roiiinli-ii-cl at a IKinalhlllty the match filrnlh."l a mrt o( tr.vout. The rollculan was ma-ti'l ir the Mt uatlon at all tlnir In the tl--t Ml He startrd off with a ru.li that hi- ntoiifiH mild not withstand, and tn vuv final ir ilr he had the tlnt (rami- i.U'kil inCav In It Touchard was unable, to wm f Not one of the same? went to di'inc and the point fcoru was IT for the net Williams Ift up a little In the mviiimI t and Touolianl plavd harder and was MUlok to take, advantage. Av a irnill the latter took three came In a imi heforo the colled" man found lil Iiwii-Iiie With elcht Kame nlajed Toinhard held ihf lead Ti- 3. hut set med lo tie tirlnc Illicitly Williams opened Mm throttle wlrio ami ihalked up three eom-i"Ut! e aamea. taking the le.nl Tmi.'liaiM tiKfeil and won the net. hut it vv.i nl a Ivltig flash and he diopped the next two The point" tallied Vi to in The Philadelphia!! took a "horl ium while Dean Mathe. fornierl a 1'rinietnn player and InteicolleRlHte ehatnp.on In double, took a beatlnff tn an exhibition dt from Charles V. IIhkspU, n Knsllfh profeflonal. ! 1 Then William teamed itp with Watson .M Wanhbnrti In the dmibl" harnesd Williams nasi not i-o ftie. esful. tor lit" team h anuui!ied ti Walter Merrill Hall and Harold i! Ilar-kett, y il- 4, Hall and Haekett were outpU) til bv considerable margin in the tlrst et and wre especially at e,i on Williams' haul '(turns. The m-coinI -et was marked b brilliant pla.v Game. were well fought inrt points were conceded with telijetance Uach pair tool; three eames of the tlri six and foticht moth ind nail for the seventh 'Pils ore went to William" anil Washburn by H polnu t) I; after a stub born battle, but it "eemed to be the ii'i doing of the winners, for Hall and Haekett shut out thlr tired opponents without a point In the next three cames, therebv wlnnins the match The ratio of points was 4S tn .Is The third set was a hummer fiom start to finish The le.id naveied trom one to the other until twelve came had l"n played Haekett and Hall had mote stamina and took the thirteenth and fourteenth, and with them the set and match. Wllllntna . Tonchnril. rnif-r .'in r. s. Williams (111241 -.s fi t r lnifhiM - (ii j -it - j sceoNlt m:t. r,, .V. Wtllliins- ; i s .::.: v i; 1 t ni- v r. To'irlmr.t '( i r. o i 4 3 i -. i i t i i is i Hackett-llnll vs. WIIIIhiiis.W n.h- hnrn. rtitM m.i Williams an.l Washhufi (.11.41 4 T lltll (Hit Haekett ?10ll4ifl -t - si;ns-t m:t Wllllim" ind Washhnrn I ., n 4 14 (I fi o Hll and lUeketi t 4 i i r. t . ( ( 1 Tin itt ssr irilltarni. and Wioht"irn r i . : i j 4 i 4 i i : i lU'kett Jnd Hall ii 4 i 4 : 4 i t : i : i ( to hi TyUr'a Thlnl Win he.. At the Hamilton ''Inl. Hiiml, mi in 'lav nlKht. Urnest W. T I' r eiiiiu eil the ihlrd Kanif of his chess pmii n witl. I'd ward brumly of the Harvard f'l ib. T let , played h o.usen' Kmblt deelineil Hruiji v saayed the Albion counttir defence. , The next contest of the series Will lake j ,'dsce at the Harvard t'lub. Th' preeent ' "ore of thn match Is Tyler. S Hrutn Tn Battle tn ei finish. Aftr two tie games In tho final round of the American Football Association's snnual cup tlo series, both played In Philadelphia, the True Ftlues of I'.iterson and the, Taronv F c of Philadelphia '111 try conclusion.- again this afternoon it Morris Park, Newark To In-ute a decision being reached tlprtj minute extra lime will be allowed In case the ieoe ( a tic after ninety minutes of piny He Orn to Hue fnr Trnphj. Alfredo Ue Oro Is nsaln national cham pion nt three cushion carrom billiards. John VV Unman, who won the title and eeompanylng Jordan W Lambert trophy from James Carney it Denver on March H last year, refused to accept a challenge Usued by I Oro on March 10 of the pr-a ent year and refus. s to aurrender the mblem. Legal netlon will bo taken to compel a transfer nf the trophy to Do Oro. Onrttn, Veteran nilllnrdUl, tllea, Ueujaniln i"!arno, late editor of the H'tWi; ItiWntilisl, dl, d Piid.-.v after a 'Ingerlng lllrie-s In thlr cit lie was tn hlh seveiit.v-tlfth vear Mr Ciirno wn identified with tin gone of billiards for slvty ears and vvns coi.ndered one of the hest descriptive wtiteis or match billiard .anus and touriiainem events HAVRE DE GRACE RESULTS I'lrfi lure Three-iear.uMa, live and n '..ilf f n'long - Double !lve, in- 1 ll.i n-j , tn 1. wnii. Hpohn, lir, 'Deronil''' .i n ' I -oond, Trintr, !'U .Wulfi, 3 tu 1, Hiiro ' Time. I'A'l 3-5 Patrick H , Monrrlef I 'on 1 ami. V0111 Striker -ml Thrifty u rn ran SVconl Itare Twn.year-nlils fniir and a , lisif furlnngi, Qnlner, Hit iWIIhuii. 3 t" I. nu n, won, Trade Mark, Hi illohlilnaj, S " ' I. srenni, I'o'littti III. 11, Jfl'l iWo.f). 6 10 1. third Time 0:51 3-3. Preston l.vnn l-'Iorln VU:er Joe, .--dr)ieiul. Willie Wail - dell, Maxim's Chnlie and 1-keeiiinr aim ran Third Itaiv Thrie-eur 01, la and ilpnunl nni mllo and a Ixli-mh l'.l Orn, 116 fl'.llr limihsn, 7 tn i wnn Msrv Ann K-, elVrdl. T to r ..-,-on, r'nriil D.iv to. (Mdrvlni, l'l to 1 ihlnl Tune, 1 (T 4-6 .rem- vjjnin.. I:. Kddli tlr.iney and MiuHI- 'r.'Uan ittti.i rsn 1 niirtn leu Til, l'lltln.e'.,lil,i S'uke h "ve-inr-olds nml 11 1 w 1, r ,l. Iisni) milled U riirlmigs Ten point. 111 (llutwell) a 10 'mi. Miarkle'on. HI 'IVIIn'iu. i to 1 emnd Ail.im I'.xpri'is t;( 1 .M ii'ttravej 3 .'' ' 11 J"6' nvrett, Kir lllnls' d ml Klel.utnr alo run nttti Itaie To-yf Ji -nklsi five furlongs--nuby Itvanm. lot (hklrvln). .1 in f, wnn Ihs I'rrhln, ton (ItuHvrlli, i in 1, con.l Inlm MurKhall. 10S tllolfinanl. 15 1,1 1. third , lime, 1:01 t-5, Hte.llata and ffcarsdaln ulu ran. fcliih .sve- -Tbree.yrMr.eilfls and itvwnrd.l Ix fl" ..vilKt -Ardelon, IS (Snlderi. !0 tn I 'vep iail ef I.ang'lnn, J1J (llutwell) 1 in 1 e!-4rf; Mrrln. tin iVathinn In tn 1 Illr.J Time, tilt 1 ' t 'inline I'linn. tV., Vmm lleaehey Null", upln 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 -. jtuimno, fcmuy juea, tuuwNa, bloc Jmvl, I'll- CROWD SITS UP tdrntt ltltliltltt partner itf mltti Iti (lie Nittlittial tliivilliiK sMiiclnlloii tiiiirtiiinif n( n II itehesitTa lter4' lltf vvnlUrtl nTn vvlth (he (no ninii na tion. t I title. Illililt'll Is rnleil ns one of Hmiiii tttosl tltittuerotiN rlvnls In tin Indlv Idttttl eittiiiielKltin. Will Do Anything For Good of Crew I !'ll.c. 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The outdooe couipi'tltlole will lie he Inn and lac vuld -wltns, fancy dive, and piol.,ilil a halt mile sulci It Is the plan to '.iicouraae limit distance -wlin-. foi I1 wn- In t!iee event Ihnt the Annrleioi iil.vtnpl' team wu- weak 'at inr If tin half mile rai Is a sin cess this vc.o a t-. lirohabi'- lb.it a one tulle swlet wol le on the proittamiiK of the met t n-t j.n TWO HUNDRED RUN AT ONCE. -nine Number of fcctmnl l.nds .Ittmp ( oitset'iil t v el lii I'nrlt, Tea t'lousio'.l ouuiC'ter'' 'Huh i the HI-; 'i-es of . spe '.ll es of . spe -al ,-ommitlee of the 1' S . 1.. will compete 'tit honors In a :.le set ,,t K.llll'.'s III lVlltr.ll Park o'l .lime il The iitTan. which i the tlrt "' I, 'inl tn be a'tr optel. wilt :n 'lui'.e r-l.i races, dt It- ,nibor baseball. las'Ke b.ill. hurdling at d couliniious standltu; broad Jum; tn. The feitute of the events is the con- luiU'el" standnK blond Junip, in wh.ch th. ln.niiii I,,,h divided Into I cos "1 tiltv. tepreetitlnK Mpir.ite sclmots, will Jump to de.-l'le the sch-Mjli.' total Num-Inl- one will Jump (lieu the hack mark, niiinti,-; two will Jump fr,,m th-- new m.itk a il s- .tii ut til the entlte tiani hits con. let d V 'ci. tai'e, .il-o con-.-'ltnir 'if inn l .im- or lift v eai li ''l - ;..i t , "n p st 1 slut' i: , ' I W ' , , L- e '- vards and Elve It to Ins trait-mate Ctnlor th.s i,itn . ' I s w . j , i; li whl" ut t I tin ra c tltushes, LUCKY GOAL GIVES COLUMBIA VICTORY Slllllllldll Si-tire n Tic WIhmi I'uts linll Tliroiitli Ynlc (ion I ill Second II ii 1 1'. CAR HUMS 01T HIVAIS HACK Kn'fi'lil Sav(!s Hluc n ii 1 Wliiti From n'iir Tlcil Aiai:i by Cli'vor (Jinirdiiiy. A luck ROal In thn second period Ravo ' the Columbia soccer eleven a victory overj the Vale team yeelonlay afternoon on I South Kield by a scorn of 2 to 1 Willi the t-core even at tint end of the first half, the two teams: r.tiUftKled hard for Uiej winnlns tnllv. but after several Hpletiilld chances for a coal missed by the blue and White team. Shatiholt. the. star fresh- 1 man plajer of the local elevi'ii. carried the ball down near the net mid then sent i the ball sailing directly for llrantlv, the Yale coal keeper He could have, turned It awii.v easily had not another Yale player Jumped In the way, and the ball, hlttliiR the latter, bounced over Itrantly Into the net The game throughout was repletu with brilliant plavliiK and the Interest was teliat! In both halves. For the first half the Yule players were nutmana'Uvi ed and only tvvl-e did they nuinuiii to lueakl. throUKh the Columbia defence and Kci the hall down well Into their opponents' territory. In the first of these plays they did not fret much of a chnnce at a KuhI. but In the aecoiid. which came itt t'.bout the middle of the first pet lod, (iam bic took the ball from ecrlutmaun anil kicked it past Krefehl. the Columbia Koal keeper for the (list tall of the itaine It was not until tiearlv the end of the rlrst half lh.it the Blue and White team scoied dually Peck took the ball on a throwln from l-Vltoli nml klckeit a ffonl Yale li.nl Just one chance to seoie fol- hrwlnc the Coluniblft lallv bv Shatiholt in the second half, but the clever Eiurd-j llic of Krefeld suved the dav i Th" lineup. i ol'iinhlfl l.reli III tiftKVr I SLTIIIflllj clt. in .-Villi 'Innilttini .I'ivetsli lo I n-k ' nllutinun -hsnhoil I'o-tllniii (mil Hl.'lil t.srl. I t ft iMI'l Kliilit halt Cenlte tmlt U'ft linll 'lui-lile tteiil lii-lili- rlicht t riitir ln-l(le let! Oiltslile left all Mtantly It'.clde Miepiiartl iRitrn Sun per Sehnslitei . fflpp lloln es isnible Mill Smith oiler Si o e -Col :tnl la al deals l'r cU -haninll itid (u itile .-titi-tloue- itodle for -itan l . (,i:er ?er Siclmdiler 10 t;'ree anlarr -trtlen llmd K I It- e ui perils l-i tolnnte- . M. II. . In To Dlvlalona. Tin second annual baseball tournament of the YoiinK .Men's Hebrew A'sorlatlon thletlc Leimue btpltis next Stindav This vein- the (eiiKUe Is divided Into two divi sions of four tennis each, the northern division eoti-lstinn of Yonkcrs, .Mount Vernon. Nlin ty-second strit and Uronx M H A '- and the southern dlvl-lon of th" lllchmond lloroimh. South ltiook lyn. U ll'lamshurij ami Ha Side Y M. It As Til" winner In each division will lompeie in a limit -eiles of three gnmis t.a th- SpiitdlnsT tiophy emblemstle of the b-iiKUe championship The New w ww rrpnr - 3 Brooklyn OnVei 1176 Bedford At. Newark Office: .17 Wllllum Street. COLUMBIA ROWING WELL. IIUseM Itetnrns In float nltrt n Mitrr ( ItntiMea rr l.lkel nn. ' A hard afternoon h workout yesltrdio Iltilthed the tlrnt with of real work on the water for the t'olumbla crews nice has; , Ids men rowdnir In encellcnt Mhnpe now and inn be neeti at IMnewaler nny day with the smile tint wont come on Two vnndty eights nml three frishman combinations are wnrkliiK out every nfter tio.in. The tlrst vars'tv elht seems '.n have setlltd down for the Kuifon's work. Ilia w.at. the veteran No 4 man. irot brick In the boat lestirdav after u wiek'fi nb-enee due to ti bad cold. The eight l.s lowlrp now In the combination which It prohalily V!',ll,,l'','0"'ll li',:L," ''..,',?;l.u'': VVIlUltint. o. ill lll.it nu e iiiui. ie at i.i .ii how ltuprecht la In his old place n t Ib.ds il Is iikiiIii nt N. Itothivell, last vei.in how, at N'o .1 ; ChiBliort'. i mibyuiuti. hint year, nt No. i',. mid .MUhrlto bat hi the thiul Iimlnij. Seutun pitched i it inl Dmvnlnrr tire hnldiriK their old Joins m beauilful curve ball that shot down ui '.t T nml slrol'.e llhd Is dolnt? the'dlieitly over the middle of the plate, walat , ' , . 'IiIkIi. ' lait i-er the vet-ran No. f,, has . nted i "'hie ball'" 'iliouU'il Umplle ltl,Tler tint to e.ov this season. His famllv ol J(ct.s to Ids v.ovklni; In the boa' N. Y. U. WHITEWASHES "FARMER" BALL TEAM': fi'ii who w ,. n-ar hlin tuined bins.' a vet Inil ri'.i-t that lasted neatly live min im.' .John Mi'liaw, who Isn't doltiR Cltlllll'l'tit'lll AnfriVlllllirill ('o-imti.h kl l.lnn tbfse daF, walked In from I the coaching lines when the period end"d Wixo Slmt Out on Trip to Town. The New York Cnlversitj baseball team hud no dlllliVilty 'n defeatliiR th" team of the Connecticut Agricultural ( oilcRe ji sier.my nixernoon on wiuo r e in o ii i" i'i'- "i " ' The Kame had none of the evcltliu; moments that have on the local Held. marked other iralneM v. . .... . 1 tie 1. v. tune Kithered elKht safe hits fiom Dean, but Iliown held the visitors to two Pfau, backstop of the New York'T playd an ejn'cptlnnnlly tine unino. ttirnitii; back nil attempt to steal and brlmtinit In Ihtee of the runs Had Judgment on lb" bases kept the local store from b.1115 1 increaseu. i The score roNN At;t!iK .NK'.V YOHK I'MV b r Ii p ti r ti p Ke.illtit.il 3 n 1 Mbeit.rl tan Vanii'r.s ,t (1 (I Prouty ib J 0 1 Itrtiiure SOP -raael tl 3 0 0 rtilp'nrb : n Hund ll el ( Dcjii p J 0 0 I n ctrinlrt'l tb 1 OHO Pfau ' I 0 3 1 l.jneh ;'. ; 0 I ll.mi on rt 1 i (I 0 H I. I'll . ( t s A n Hrew iki- 4 J 3 n Mint ib ; j 11 0 -iitntr 'b 1 1 0 0 KtMhe 11 ; . r I . II 0 1 a : n s I 'i 1 Total' : 0 s :( 1 let -lis 33 n ft 0 0 1 1 r. 11 s n a (1 0 Conn file rt a ft . N V V 1 ' Tlr-t ba-e on error It Y bjs (" A 3: N Y f 11 n 0 1 0 -f .' left on Kirsl b.ie on hull, on Uran 4- oft llrnwn I -IriKk out lt Demi .. li llromi, ! fwo li-e hit- I'taii. !.nh -f-ntlie hits t-Mnli Kimhe. l(rltnr -ri-i I -mien bnrs-Pl.iu M l..iiiehbii Hit by pit her Hy liean. I Wud inn h-l.vtich Umpire Mullen Tone I hour .111. 1 (' minute- iv.u wn. i,.r .i,r 01.1 n.ra. St 1.011s, April it!. Helnli; I'eitz. once catcher of Hi elten-teln in tin famous "puti'il bittiry." who now I- employed as .1 coach by th" Cardinals, walls for the isl tutions of the old riavs. When I'tcsl i'. HI I. Mu ll of tin leliKlle fined hllll S.'U .ind -tiMi.-iiili-il him for time ilnvs for argultu: wlfh an umpire who unbred him , off the field for argului; a decision, I'cltz -jld It was unfair "It was dlffeint one " s.tbl t' e veteran An umpire ti-ed to lislm to teasoii World's Largest Builders ISTf Being Converted to a Six Ride in a good Six and it instantly becomes your choice of a motor car. It gives the sensation to the driver and passenger of ease, safety, comfort, luxury and stability impossible in any other type of car. Sixes have been in use for many years. Why a HUDSON Motoruts who know see in it the qualities which only Howard E. Coffin and his associates 48 all told were able to build into it. They have not produced a Six by merely adding two cylinders to a good Four. A good Six can't be built that way. These 48 specialists, experienced in all the details of motor car building, trained in 97 European and American factories, started out to build a Six without being hampered by old manufacturing equipment and old ideals, They had a new conception, the result of a combined wider knowledge than was perhaps ever before centered upon the desiping of a motor car. You naturally have more confidence in the diagnosis See tnc Triangle ou the Radiator The A. Elliott Ranney Company. 1700 Broadway, New York rt.iftall liuis-n unuttlly at bllr.fi when intrrowly vvutchlriK im umpire's rle ,.s(,n ., hlli3 lt strikes. The Man In tin- i couvm,.,! ut this fact ",l i..." .....-. idutili : last Tuesday's thirteen lnnllif; tie Jkhhk l"'tv.ecii the Ulanis and (JuaKei :i at ujlhe rtd'' Oioutid.s. Arthur Fletcher came "Itnbber! il wan rlartit over: yelled a 1 1'hlhid'dt'hla rooter who eat behind the tM'ttirii. il'it the eiowd nrounil him didn't utter a luund. Two slrllics und three , balls h'i'l b""i. .tiled wh"!i Heatott curved .another ball dfe'tly across the pun nt ; the piop.'r h.'Uht. Time Ktt'ke". yer out!" bawled ItlKler linunptly Tin Philadelphia rootir Jumped un an I w.iv-l hi hit, w hll the New YmK anil hurled i dlsiifreeable retin k t ItU let's dlnitlon As a matter of fairness Sea ton should have lecelved credit for li strikeout after plti-hlmt live balls llutcad of six. It all depends which team the fan. ate roollnir for Many fans ai" both Impatient and 1 thoughtlcs In i r.-aehltis . J'1' poor start of the New lotks under I rank 'bailee has prompted some unfair com- I 111' Ills. "These fi-l oWS never COU1U Play 1 1..11" w;i!1 frwll.nt remark durlni: the 1 .... r. .. 1.1. 1... vi...i.l....i "tv.a,. ' " ' , 1 . f ..nil .,1. .. u ,l,ll..'l,. . 1 ne natural tallenders and ( hance can do nothlnc with them" Yet the persons who made these dlspatiiplns icmaiks ov er- looked the fact that the team was crippled bv the absence rf 4-.ance. Deirlck. Paid- well ..ti.l Wat Imp. and that Ctee and Wo. t-r had not h.-Kun to hit the ball. also that the tenni s s(, pllchir, Hu-sell Kord. , ,. (.'onserviitlve fans, 011 the other hand, ex pressed contldeiiee In Chance ublllty to produce a w Inner, and also predicted th:r .1- -iKiti as the team bepan to ln the persons who were mercilessly stotlnsT the pU.v rs would be annum the ttrst to bubble over with prntup enthusliism. That I? baseli.ill " The Man in the Crowd hemd a mnel explanation of Walter JoluiMin's effec- tlvene-s the other day As Johnson was mowing down Chance's men with terrific speed a Kiav haired Individual ttirnrd to several friends and exclaimed: "The hitlers do not po at Johnson rlsht They -wlnit their bats while keeping their '! closed They otiuht to stand In fmnl of the batter e bov, gripping their sticks at least six Inches ..I....... ii.a i.,...ll,. ..,.a i,,i ........ .I...-,. , .,.. lu Mj ;ll".h ';;,;,;;;,,; 1 In the ball as Johnson dellvern It that when It collides siU.tnlv with the bat it should relKiund over the heads of the Inlldders for safe lilts'" "Suppose Johnson hits a batter In the head while he Is preparing to meet thn ball"" asked a tielghbot "Let the batter get lilt then I" was the It's as rily "He can go to first base good as 11 single. John MilJratv apparent! has sen the of Six-Cylinder Automobiles Thousands are in service. 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J., Offlret M South Street. liandwrltlnr; on the wall. To M,,n the Clotvd lllin noticed th"t the J,, hrraiipy niuiiaKer has been liltltii; t umilie:j sevetely alone this hiiiuiu i llltlueH or It av are fttn flt-ntlv . . ,y 1'resldent Lynch that khu.c . uaiiK'-rous, .victirnw l.elleve.s In . the full stretiKth of his team In . j name, ami also has reached the em,, , that unfavorable decision,, ;lr, t I In the IntiB run When l.airy I tie i, 1 :4Up-nded for three days In I itecently he was taken to tnsit h 1 maw. "Volt kicked yourself out s. little Napoleon, "und you've vveuketi team, Let the uiiiyliuH a'oie tliture and play th" tram". This pulley of noidntei (en n, . the uniplrn was Inauunrated by r- ltl Mack. The succesH of the Atliiet.. s been uti ubject lesson to othei , leamie manasers. Klcklitg- In the American he.iau... been practically a dead letter tint' ' year Clark Orlfflth and the W'd.h rf tons, easer to keep near the top h,tie ' sotten all about Ran Johnson J rules discipline. The Man In the Crowd lien, 4 " .T "',, , ., T1"111" I "?? , fiJr, ,ll,lr, "'Srant roivdv'-tr I'r sldent .Johnson Is due to send n .'u,r many PsWjns icoru the Senuti.ii caniionii to ine ijiii j' ox, win nrt a check rein I.uther Mrt'arty la ileaervinz "f ' 1 , . i 1 11 ic 11 : 1! , . ' . '.. . '.' liuiltu... 1 .-iic. V wia IILllFVfn 1 1 " "" . ' me v. rown tn it lie ouM become sensible. Hut he demanded 15 ft", I l ,n 01,.I Un.llt. 1.. ... . ,. " ' M'ldlsnt) i.Kuuaie Harden and refused .1 ti:.i I K'"nlee . Sow Stn Ith has Kone to f' rnl' ' ul 'J will nieel Jesa W- UH ! a 'ttf ru ",c' ",,ut " Uy 'a!' 1 Mc "rt; ,t0 ',,k un nipar.itlveH - J'1"1 r!Z7 ti w i", ?r . s, J. . "'" u,f, i-mith 1 vMllard battle will be In linn for Mr- Catty und the Oardrn A. C will take tli match If the boxers' demands are, r sonable. Puhllc opinion will fore Ms Carty Into till i match whether II Iv h'M 111 this city or on the coast, and It's Hf to say that I.uther will not tscelvs US. una fur his end either. 1 ' Several profi sslnnals who fortiori made hook en the New York tracks toM 1 The Man In the Crowd th" other duv that they were prepared to tight any attempt to keep them outside the Rates when the sport Is levlved nt Il'lmont 1'a-k on Decoration Pa. 1 "The csiurta have decided that l.ivtr.s 1 odds orally and the recording of vmj?fr hy persona who make them uie bgai said thc-e well known operators "We ill! go to the track prepated to obey till opinion to the Utter. We cannot he pre vented from taking bets from friends ami If we are denied this privilege we will appeal to the courts '"From 11 legal pullil of view we are no longer bookmakeis ami If the ttack managers iilscrlmluate tluie will hi seri ous friction. If it Is legal lor one nut I 10 iukc wagers irom uau a unitii itu-tiii even though ho ne."cr made book befnri notlilng 1 an atop us, We nre not .n,li,u to embaitass the situation In th" least, tn. we have neeti udvl-ed that we have lit I that must be respict'-d EH in am ran. 1