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a? lancfe ATay Throw Case Out of Court More Trouble for A, A. U. Columbia Loses Protest :ii,f M j5 ' 17 '! 51 t J i ORGANIZED BASEBALLlMM)? LEAGUES CONSIDER i BEGINS ITS DEFENCE' Gonrco Wliitrlon IV-ppor Oprns A rjriiittont! I Matter Down Clinnres of I-Vilcrnls. SO ItKSKHVE CLAl'SK .VOW Ciiipoi, Jan. SI. Organize,) basehfill b'gan tli'- presentation of Its case In tho Junction suit of thr Federal League late aflrrtmon In Judge I.andls r.mri i nhon Attorney (Iconic Whnrtnn Pepper f Philadelphia icpllcd tti the arguments t the 'edrtal League luwvcr. The Clunker City lawyer. In addition to ajslng the rpirstlon of Jurisdiction, de iarod the plilntlff had given no good reason for aratitlni? ,t preliminary In junction against the National Cnmml slon. He compared tho Federal League ontraeta with I hope of orrnnlzrd lull nd asserted that In the Federal la-ague, a player was hound hand upd foot for ten years. "The renerve clause Is no longer In effect," said Mr. Pepper. "In contracts i.x now drawn thero la a stipulation that 75 per cent, of the money la to be paid t a salur and that SB per rent, of tho mnual stipend la In the form of nn op Ion for a future contract Tor Instance, 1 rrji signs for ll'lf.. If at tho end of he ytar the player and the leant owner annot come to terms for 1910 the, 13U ontract remains In effect for llil'!. At etel In what assuratice the Federal lia tid of that time there is no eon- I I-aitiie cvnn pdvo them of protection In act. It expires and the player bwomi- ' ' of ultiinato amaUamit'on betwee'. i free api m free rn e1tm where he the now termed outUwa and orRunlzed i.shes. I baseball." "In tHo case of Ion term contracts Ilrewer" a remarks appear to throw some hero Is a like itlpulntlon. that at th.. Unlit upon th underlying rnuaes of the, tid of the contract the old nontracl re-1 'i'' broUKht by nllmoie. and his aaso nalns In force, !f there Is no nitieemeni J elates. The Independents have moro pl.iv r a new contract, hut remains In fon ' era 011 their hands than they can pro or a year only. At the end of that year vlo wl,)l steady Jobs and are anxious to he player becomes a fre.! auent."" ( effect worklm; relations with outside pro- Mr. Pepper concent rate.1 his effort on , moters. rvlnir to lu.w tl.:ii nroni..,! !..!. iti I'nrter cover last season the Ollmorc .Id not come under the antl-irust law. The question of Jurisdiction pop:-.l tip 1 'jieatedly at the henrlng tn-da... .Imlie .andls on several neeiiatnri savlni? that -ie Federals had not et etnhllsn'd the "eiler.il Court, na nllnaed Itf their bill. Ie tolil Attorney AildlliBtori this and he iiide a similar remark to Juilite ij ; levers of Indiana, who follou-e'l Me 'idlnvtnn. anil who nrxul tha' .lud'je . lulls had Jurisdiction. If ,ne Fed'al eajrue attorney fa,!! to eo-r. ii.r ,lu m mills that his court has Jun .dp tin, he eie it will be thrown nuf mil he lalntlff will have to brlnK Its rr;...inc4 o some other tribunal. It N epe."il ther thcirles will lei cited ind the point ettled to-morrow. When the rlny'a session bepan Kenne II idillnirton, chief counsel for th Federal e.iRUe. continued to hurl broadsides ut ie National Commission Judge l.andls Anit.il A(tillnln,i (-..mi,, tli. In 111 that what he was saylnK was known 1 ready to tho court. Amoni? the points ade by AddlnKton were: "'The freeiliim of contract Is no, per tted In ora-.iaUed baseball The binding of the players"' contract still exists j he aliened reforms of the fraternity, t tr the he content'on that the National Aseo- J atlon of Minors prescribes Its own form f contract means mthlnc In tint plajcraj iiiai i.rKiiiiij-.auiJo are imino kuvi I v binning articie-i in the notion ii hki o nt and by rules of the N'ltlor.al Corns-don. A new contract must be signed a year and mtit contain the option uuse. The major leagues have changed V old reserve clause, but Its effects still 'st by virtue o' the national atreement 'd National Cotninlslon, which Kovera player's life with the leaaniea of or-i;. aoizeo oa-.eoail. I nr "mi in uir . ,. nlv TI..I jntract Is binding ac Inst the player ut not aenlnst the club JONES LEADS AT PINEHIfRST. lfiil- rrn if ('liiimpliiim ut Truji In lliinillrai Miont, PiVKitCRPT, N. C, Jan. 21. W II. i . .i... ii.i i.. .,. .1..... nnn ,..... i ,. u in.. .i, e" ep"lllt- III UO. Illll ItlL.'l ll.lllllll I . lb a score of 102 and close after lit in no V. S. Wrlsht. the New York State impion, anil S. A. Huntlej, the dou " e champion, with 101 each. C I t'o n was third wlllt I'll). bovc the SO iier cent, mark were AI 1! and P.. K. Heed, 1S9: M. S. Hootman, ' W. Ilelkes, J. It. Lallance, dr.. It l potts and C. V. Vanstone, 1S7; A. It. .chardfon and 1. I.. I.yon, ISO; ;. II. erltiK. 1S3; AV. M. Koora and D. .dsey, is:', .1 V.. Ciln. !". M. Ildwards "I (J. N. Klh. HI. J M. Hawkins recorded 132 for a d arnonc the professionals Walter Huff . second with 1S and C. W Phelps and H torr tied for third with H7. Tliere , wind ciioiiKh to ilay havoc with the . ireta ami keip the avernce down. JERSEY GOLFER WINS MATCH. "V. W. Miiiinlnur Snrvltes Plrst Itonnil In ralin Menrli Tourttey. Palm HfAcit. Jan. There were no rets in the first lound of the New Year's o'f tuurnev tu-Uas with the pueslble ex ptlon of tile match between V V Man mr. 1'pii. i- Monti ) ilr. and A. . South 'and. HI ndrews. The former won v :i up and 2 to play 11, M. Torrent, the I'dillst from I.aki 'vood . c, w. .lohnsoa 'renin, and II. I,. WillnuRhtiv. Jr. I'liihi. Iptiia. were Hie other faorlte who on The Hiimmar t Foi-est. l.ikevvnoii defeated n H. er, flnelnii ill. 4 and S: .1 O fon Trsnton. d. tea lei II K llov. Morili in:i .1 nnd 1 Loots llosen, St. luls. r. i.ted A. I' l.mns Ht Uml. 5 and 4. K nolion. Unuenlsla. deteuted I,. M liner. ItHi'lsloe, S Hint I, t.elber St el- dele. led is , it. 1.1 i)iiik, and :.: W. Msnnlng, t'pior Moutiltlr, defeated P Koutbetl.mu. Si Andrew, J and .'. W John-..n Aieulii. defeitted 11 H. .'rainard, Oakinont, 4 and t I., llnl.IT lliilsUnle. l In el, .,, ?o many skaters appeared fur the novice ' ilf mllo race at the St Nicholas lllnk i ulRht tlial It had lo be skattsl In two "lunlnar.t hems and a final 1,. Dakar ibf Hedford Y. M. C. A. won In the a mile handicap, the winner ia A. 'iishel of tho Columbia (Jrammir School, ho ktarted fioin the sovcnty-llve yaid i ik. The summary: .n Vird Novice -Won by I.. lUker. lle.l ' 1 ' M. '' A . 1 K.iiiuuerer, unattanlied. ,,id. II lllsler unsttaihed, third Tims, nuiiale III r, set iiniU. Me .Mile tUs. V Handlcftp -Won by i diei IS virds i'uIuiiioI.i ilrammai lied, Wallfi Kii.li',.. it vards. N Y A -e. ,iiici Hon M. ft.ker, e ratert, ll, ,lf,iril M ..' A, thlid. lime, i mlniilas t :-c . ,.iiih, II Ice mill Million llllli.lliuleil, lii Hie ncwsii'ipor men's isstlfet billiard r, iinmenl vestctday at Dovl.'s l-'orty-- .,:id street H' adoniv two ssrtlng tliytn- neie 1 1 i 1 . . 1 1 1 :(- I when hilil Mercer -I" ated liiHIilluid I lice and Halter hit 'cnU won from .l,ime Slnnolt Meicur rnlncl an isuly le.ul in bis match which ",oe could not orcome, altliuiigh ho I i, nl a splendid uphill game, the score i V. to C7 SI I villa, Willi a i.itlnu-l P. won i nip n, I link ifi.ii with Pin- tlm! n alw.js has iv. irked ton haul bo. " J.rtl",V1J s" " '"' ' ' -'"re of i,r. fine a ugln lis u iminion f.iuli with Hie ' ' ' aitiiiio.ii, ., i.v.iiin .null ii,,-' iigh'.eiH 11,,'lit now he is in .mini I. U!" I whle a: iib'hi , ehape I as afi ild tlia the hard boxing jiro.ne lUatty ami llt). rt Itlplev wllljihat he Ind'.lges in might take the edge e- .e., !e ,(., .-v ,f r ,, fr-jr-rj ...' J ufr gf hi ,-e "V wlltlon He war too Hajei wXiom n J Uuwii.iiK 03 to 67 liirlie Biitlrtdj' for Shuurue, and though ALIGNING WITH FEDERALS H. T. Brewer, Eastern Representative of Independents, Has Converse With Agents of Four Circuits That Would Act as Farms. While the Federal League In trying In, Chisago to dissolve tin major leagues and the power of the Notional Commis sion na violator of tho nntl-trut lawn, the Independent arc seeking ut the game time to wean over the support of certain minor organization The truth of thl statement was -i cl iti 1 1 1 .-d .vestorday by II. T llrewcr. the HdMern representative of Hi lt, dependents, who wild thev were, eorely In need of farm facilities. "No lues than four minor league mag nate visited me to-d.i." said Ilrewer. "Two were from New Kngland, nun rep lesentlng the New Kngland circuit and 0114 the Kastrn Association. Another was n club owner from Uie Middle West, the fourth a hlRh onidal of it minor league that operates In the South. From the atti tude of these four vlsltora the Keder.il l.i.iKtin has reason to expect enough co operation from the minor rank to pro Mdn employment for Its surplus tutent. Should our people win their suit In Chl ohk". there would lie nothlni? to It "The minor league maKnates who visited our otllces have jrlven asaurar.ces that they can Influence their rollemwa to cast their lot with Independent basclMiIl. .lust enw they si'em to be particularly Inter ! circuit was nsjorlnted with a minor leairue f New Iceland known as the Colonial. This was conipoeod of six cities, Kail I ltle . New Hedford. W'ooneocket. Taun LOW AND RIGGS SPRING SURPRISES TO NO AVAIL rnnor Itoiits Dnvis nnil I, utter llmlilrn. lint II oijrli t s Pnsino Team l.osos, o to 2. The Harvard Club soua-sh tennis team u,r v '"""" l.encue by iiereititur tne iteiirnis i-asino seven yesterday at the Harvard Club Loiirta by a Mcore of T. matches to 2. The l,-llr nf "oklynltes who saved their team from a shutout were .1. O. Low and It. K. x Kluifs Incldeiitalb they playe.1 In the most interesting tnntehes of the series. ,,ow mlrprised eer- one present by com- iuK jnck t0 form and heating F. If. Davis In strailKlit en me., t: :, l ii Tae victory of HluKSownHnmllton Hnd ilen waa somewhat of a surprise too, for while UIkrs has not been performltic very well recently Hadden ii.ih tieen Improving steadily It Wok the Helcht Casino player three enmee to win his match but he did It In nanny style at u ., o J6. 11. The summaries : . .... J l.ew. HelRhts Casino, defeated F 11 I IIivIk lUrvard club 163. 1! 14. Prentlre Sanirer. Ilarrar.l club. ilefeeil .1 IIurev William. llelKli'.e Calnc lf,. ' S- K .lu Pont Irvlnu Manar.l "luh, ilefeatvil A .1 i ordler. H-lKlii '"aslnu. I 11. IT 14; It K. T. ItlgK. Ilelichls Cs.Inn. ilefested Hamilton Madden. Marvard Club, H-7. 5 is. it It: Loulii du l'nnt Irxlns. Har- nr.l flub, tefeint ft fioepel. HrlKbts Ci rlno, It 14. I. -II. .1 V. unatlvla, Jr. Ilsr nr,l Club" win from F W lt llainy, llelKbr, I'nslno. Iv ilefau'.t- II - Vlr.tnn. Harvard I'luh iiefi t'eil I'har,,-- M Hull Jr. HelKhtit ,.,,no .. j, ir. -tl Srnre itnrvar.l "hi lI.lffh'H rtnn. 5 IloNr ami Marker BROOKLYNITES WIN ONE MATCH. liile Victory Ibrr llnrsnril (Hnli Siiunsh Ten m f by Default. John Klllott of the Harvard Club failed to show up at the Heights Casino In Hrooklyn yewterday nfternxn to play hi match jiKalnst II l.ltchtrfld of the Height Casino In the olass II f-'quash Tennis Inter club l.eanue and defaulted, thereby Klvlmr the Iliookljnltea their only game. The Harvard Club players took the other four without much trouble The only match that needed an rsjtr.i Baino was won by I'. 1 1. Morrison nf the Harvard Club from It. Catlln of the Hi-lKhts CbsIihi at 1511, 15 17,15 0. The summaries : J. V Appel. Jr , Harvard rich, defeats,! f." reter. Helehts f-islno. 15 -. 15-9: P. 11 Morrison. Hlirvird riub. defeated It. Cat Mn. llelKhts Csslnn. IS 11. 1517, 15 K; I. . I. llrlnnell. Harvard Cluti. defeated T. II. Hear, !!. llelKhts Casino, 15- lu. I'. IS: It Ulchlleld llelKhts Casino, won from John Klllott. Ils-vurd Cluh liy .1e fiuM: Horace ilreen 1lur'iM I'lnb, de fealeil 1'. H Pake. H.-lKhu 'amiio, 15- 7. I -. 1 H-ore--Harvard t'luh. , IMjrh'i Cutno, 1. Heferee .nI marker Kirfnk ltean, Helahts t'aslno prnfenlonal HUGH BLACK NOW ELIGIBLE. Vnle rreubmini star unln In tJooil StnnilliiK Wlnlrr I'oollinll i:nds. Nt.w llAtKN, Jan 21. Seventy men al-toe-ether retiorted for winter football prac tice at Yale, which closed tu-nlirltt. The work ilurlmr the lust to wei ka In the baseball cane wan lilithlv eatlsfaniory to Head Coach Prank Hlnke, Dr. William T. Hull and Cupt. Aleck Wilson, who were In clierKe nie call .'or nprlntr practice will be Issued after the oprliiB vat'ibtlon In Aprl' Hujrh Black, captain of the 1918 fresh tnan team, and counted na aure of a place a.t tackle on the Yale arsltv next fall. Is now in wood scholastic nt.nidliu;. It wni announced to-nlRh' It bad l--n rumond that he was to 'cave Yale Oratory by Nate Lewis Takes Place of Boxing Display by Charley White A big crowd of tight fans trooped Into Jack Cooper's gymnasium yenterday after noon to see Charley White whale his sparring partners. ThaPa Charley's de light. There never was a man who tore faster lu n gymnasium bout than White, and when It became nnlxcil about that the io.il lights of the wielt were beln,7 pul on nl Coopii's, naturally the fan begin to look I'oopei's up. Yesterday there was a iuorum and illsuppolntnicni. w niio illdn t stimv up. Nai- Lewis, Ills in i linger, was there and V.ie aanl "1 lold Charlcv Ibis niornlic ton. Pawturket and llrw-Kton. Its pro motcrit ami backers used nt least evasion III order to operate under the protection of organized baseball. It Is understool lliut uMl.lrt.'IlM r..,m nlflelnla milliM-tnil with the Colonial l.eaKue will be submitted i to .ludtte Landls bv orBanUwl bisubail to. """ i- aiimeur minis enininnn ueci prove mat the Inde'pendentH In sectet have . slops bc-nino IckoI. That other clubs will been guilty of everv so-calied offence they , '"k follow 'he lead of the llroadway Lbarae to the so-called 'true'." I t"""'lbK Club and hold amateur bouts Is ( likely In fact llarvev receUed a letter President IM Uarro- of the Interna- ! Vtc'-day from I MnRelberir. nniiiBW of tlonal U'.ikuo is markiPK time for tho "'f, ,',n; ,"rk ,A r Nlnten Island, annual nioetlnir of the New York State :",K nK, for Permission to put on amateur IMKUe. This Is booked for January 29 contest .... At that time In all piobalullty the propo- I I" rend of the nviniijter of the llroad-sltl-m of Mwltehln- the Jersey City fran- ! 'B' fnortlnK ( lub said thit he bad acted chlso to Syracuse will be settled definitely. n lCToriit.ee In hobllne the amateur con The transfer of tho Hiltlmore club to ! "j"1)0"1 Vro,Tr "nctln," Chairman Itlchmond, Va.. has rellev.sl Barrow of a 1 '"mif of the local registration comm!tt..e tcreat deal of hl worriea. for the Orioles Hn"'1 1 ''''. no objection to professional were hie chief concern organizations holdlnir amateur bouts. pro- Harrow of conn-e Is very Interested In 1 vl,'c,t ,h" "". w" ,lv'd to- ,,u Vmt the much talked of eult In Chicago, nP "' h' '"en who competed nat believes that the Klerals tratl.sl them- M""' ' wa" r-nNtere.1 athlete selvos In the chances or Intimations that the National Commission and major leaRUea had not the sympathy of the minor mrnatee. "Such trumpery Is absolutely silly." de clared Harrow "The minor league show.sl plainly where thev etood at tiieir ' meeiint; In Omaha. They pet nothlnit from the Kcdt-ial, while the two Mir cln-ults ussuro them a fine market for piayrrs i say in.it tne onmmiaston lonls It over the minors shows a painful lack of baseball knowledge The National I Association and not the Notional Commls. i slon Boverns alt of the minor circuits "It will be catty enouuh when the time eiiiM for orKanlzeil biisi.all to refute , such charKis, The many minor ca aes, rmi.APKi.i'liiA, Jan. 21 The Unlw.rslly which the commission has settled throimh'i of Pennsylvania and the Middle Atlantic Its power of a court of last resort, have' Asso-lntion of tho A. A. I", promise to been fair enouch to withstand the scrutiny ' Il"ht the Huspenalon of Ted Men-tilth to of the most exnctlnK Jurist As a matter j the finish. The ruling which Seorvtary of fact 1 resume of these dealniKs will Itubleu sent to Coich tleorito Ortotu show tjulte eoncliflv ly that the 'slave' barriti Mensllth from further partlclpa player .ilwns has been conlderel before Hon as a reprceent.itlw of 1'ennsylvnnia tho promoter" i In am time uiiiler control of the A. A. i BALFES HORSES WIN RIBBONS, , Trlo nf (ielillnus Tnkr Plrst I'lnces ' at lln.ol.bo sin. it. Harry M.i.fe n hu iteldlnae Ma- cushla. The Hanker and Trie Hroker. .. , , , ,, . the larxe.t iml:vliluM winner las, tnn'it at the horse show of tho Hrooklyn llldli-B and Drlvlntr Club held In the tanbnrk arena on Prospect Park ibiza. With Ihe trio he won thrco first positions, a second, a third and a. fourth Tim Hanker proved Mr. Italfe's best winner. He won tlrst prlo in class 2 j for saddle horses over 13 hatidn 2 Inchei, currlod off th red In olas 3 for com bination horscH and mui third in class :i for nov.ee saddle bors.rt. He loso :eaml ! with The llroker nntl won first prlro In , ::z: tus sts-ontl place. The Hroker won a rcsen.-j ribbon for Mr. Halfe In the novice saddle liorse cl iss. Mrs. Iiura HuJet Murr, with Ibnorly. 1 TnUcs Ml rir Mntclies Prom the '"?' f""l'nf. 'nicn was rumen by Miss! mii.,bl fn, er.lt- rum. Marjorlc llubhs, was the next beet win ner, sorbin two flriis. Heverly tisik tne I 'rhri 'inaih Club cla It .finish tennis blue in clasM : for novlc.i middle horses i b'ayer made a clean sweep of their Inter and olaea il for saddle. Mrs. IMwit. latcs 1 "'atch iiKalost the Columbia 1'nlver ltalsix:k and Miss Clara S. Pock alsnj'" '"lub hi the Squish Club courts yes were prominent winters The sum- terdn afr-i-nn n, and made the deftsit ma rice: more d.cisl t.j i.iKIiik ivery one of the i-. as. l Knr saddle hnr no- c-line ' ,,'" matches In straight names. The Co bands ; Inches, fur Polo Aiem 1 .Hon , up lumbla players i uul, I not seem to et used m?fcV mYV.' ""' ""ly two of them s,p- m. e. ..ml. ll. Muraar. t H Hon.- Merry i 1 makine; eMn one of their names unie.. I, oi . -l.lr.l . Mis. ile.lt, ' r,,n-1 sett. II. Kellock .ett the tlrst nme of his o.oii. m eponninan, ii. v. lourth. flu.. 7 Friday nlcht rl,,., for Joseph K. Smith's cup -Thorn i II. liuul.tnn's Irish John. eh. K. tlrst. Mr.. M. V. Dalioli's Mail), ctl. in, eecund, i:h.ir!e p. Cartledee'e Cheerah, I. k. llilnl. Kdwln .. Ames's Sunrl.e, b c , fourth t'luss ?- Fur Mddle hore. ner HI hands i p.. be., for Mr. I'harlea M. .Unitlls cup Hurrj Hai.' The Hunker, h it., rldd-n by .Mis. Ma-i,.rle IUI.li first. Mrs R 1 lh i ,n-k' WnodCnrd. h k. seetind. Mrs thnrles V Ibillii's Weeip.ir-. b. K . rl.lden hy .Mis. Itiiih Knicllt. third; Kdward c. Oilmen's Win .! .t, I, tz , fourtli. I'I.IS4 It N'nilfe .uiiaie hnp,,. tn. tfiu Murmirei It. llou cup Mies l..iura luiit" "i ri.iu -J.io.Kh I 'ul.. defeiied a W, Murr's Heverly, b. n. with Mrs J-: (, Tl.ar'.e-. I'otum.i'i I'ntverslty Club. Is 17, llllc o.-lc rldlllir. first: Mrs Ohaelea' I" Here- Sou .ah Chili. I,. t'olliml.la lluhb.'e Hidden Hasll. eh i: , viltli Mis. ,-.n,j-.n- iiiiiis rioinpr seeono . iinrry llalfe's Tim Hanker, b. k, with Mrs. T W. Il.ilfe rldltiK. third. Harry Ilnfe's The llroker. h k, wlih T. W. Half rlillnc. fourth. Cla. I Saddle pnnl.. 15 hand, end un der, fur the frt-sldeiu . cure Ml le.ul. Hanks IflU Top.)', hi m, tlrst; Trsry lllrirliis'a Ijueenl., i-r m.. sernnl. Miss Helen S Ie-em-Inc'. I'eter Pan I. . third. Mis. Vlrirlnl.i r. i-i ... 'M, -" '. K ' r .' . drive'forVanVaIyn"','p" 1 fi rrT I.Jf'' J,".'! ! ii.'inn s nininiv aiaius. rii. k. rotirth usiii-i, ink jr.. .mui aits- Marjorle Hubb. riding. nrt: Harry llnlfe's The Honker, b g nith Mrs T W Halfe riding, se. ond: Miss Clara Peck's Prlnreaa Poppv. i-li. tn.. third: Miss MargHrnt H. Itouss's Merry Countess, b in . foul th. Class i; - Hnddle liotses, lr. hnnds and un der, for .Miss 1111 ! Maxwell Wliltlng iup Mls I,iMr.a 1 1 ill sr Murr's lleverlv, b g, with Mrs. i: tl. H-il.iork rldlna, tirsi; Mt. H r Kettles. .Ir.'s I'r.inel- .MeDnn.ild. gr. m . llh Miss Murlorle lluhbs rbll.ig. seiond: Miss Helen H l,eeinlng s I'eter Pan. b. g. third . Tracy Hlgklnsa ijuecnie, ur m , fourth. I'l.lrfs fi--For smlrlle horses up o 2A0 poimds. for Miss f, ,ra H peck cup Mrs. I.dln .lines llab'oi It's W.Miilfurri I.Ik g fltsf. Mrs Charles , Holm's Westie.rt. b! f . ivllh Miss Tertln Holm riding, s.-mnd: r M Meen clever, h. g, with Norman Mll.h.l! riding, third. II. P. Wall la's "in," ar. oik g fourth. 'lass Pair of saddle homes any height one to be ridden hi . gentleman end one by u lady, tot the Mis,, il, i'hi,,ii,iu, and l.udwig Nlsann , upa II... rv II-..f,.- The Hanker, b r, ond Thr Hroker. h c ridden by Mr and Mrs T W H.lfa. nrst': Mrs Charles K. Hnlin'a Westport. b a "'"! I.,?n'.?' C' fblden by Mis. TertU llol.li ind K Milllkeilbe. k. .euinl MUu r , .,iiiiiivi" .'iii, in h -ft im II I W 1 Ulr ' t KiiHetir. Jilk. c. thlnX: 1! (hm i.uth KiIkII-i'-h I Little huii, h. m . olid It. .1. Klley's Polly Plus tft -Polo ponlea for Ihe Mrs Thoon. U levnilng cup- -lll'inrd J. Kllev's Pnllv Anna, b in.. tlri, l:,l,,rd Mil-'arlina Tang... Iir g, second, Wsller Kapke'e V iiiiws., eh g, lhli.1. William II Meier a Handy, b g fourth Xlolir Ili-nU Hoitiin I'nsllj, Wallor Mohr defeated Tnmmv llowan easily at ilu Coney Island Sporting Club last night lie hit Joe cleanly, 1 knew and Charley knew Hint the sting wasn't In ,is punch This Is the time he needs his punch for there Ilea our only chance for a title "If we can kno-k WeMi out we' can call ourselves champions, and we won't object to that In the leist. Chirlev weighed l.i.l pounds In hi. room tills morn Ing when he got up. He ,., l)n atliletr scale right by hi bed. That allows vou how bo Is nursing his strength for ilils light. I llgure to have him go Into the ring weighing 131. I know welsh is rifrnld of Chnrlev. He hum all In al the mid of the, Mllwonit.., iikiii aim up Knows it. iio never would consent io H iMoity toon. Hunt iii . i nn.-, .nn, ne emu u. runner, we l.novv tliiH Is oui I isl eiiatice lo ever win the title from ihc pits, nt holder. ,uu if Ht. don't knock bun out we will pack our mtt grlpt n-u ssctU heme without o iru j to say " AMAICTE ieu?" tlrnmlrrny Sportlna: Clnb Will llne Srtnl.Profcsslotinls nn Monday. The rirondway SportltiB Club has changed lt plana for a second matinee nnxt Monday and haa announced eml professloual bouts Instead of amateur competltiona. Charles llnrvey, secretary of the State AthletL' Commission, up to last nlqlit had not received the formal protest of tho A. A. IT secretary niralnst tho holdlnc of amateur bouts Inst Monday without authority from the A. A. V. He had heard, however, that such a letter was nent last tilRht, and eatd that It would bo acted on promptly by members of the commission. Harvey lnUmiteI that the position of the A. A. t'. was sound and admitted that iiccordlnir to the rules of the commission ,lh nctloit of the A. A. V. wan required BARRING OF MEREDITH CREATES BITTERNESS Tltri'dt. of SlM'OsilHI of 1411 II rroin A. A. I Hunks Arc Result of Decision. I I" ot'-er than meets limited to collide., j caused a tensition In local athletic clr- c's, and Pcnn men at once bciran a campalini to have tho ban lifted. A rpo-lal meetlnit was held this aftr- "' n' which I)r Howaril Kenncily Hill. chairman of the Pcniisvlvnuln track and Held committee. Couch (leorere Orton, 'l-ore b' PawlinK. president of the Ml'"'.'!'" Atlantic AcMatlon: Andrew C. M'tim.tn antl Secretar- Pallas of tho MeadowhriH.k Club wr- present. It was proiMi.l to call a meetlnir to ! helil, pis.bably to-morrow, bv tho registration commMtee of th" Middle Atlantic Ah-wN-'.atum In order to thrash out the affair thoroughly Tho Ken nil nplnlnu l that Ierdlth Is not rcaiKiiwlble for some- thliid which Is not hl fault, and that lie has been unjustly punished by the A. A. U. heads If Pie local Middle Atlantic AssoiHatlon falls to come m somn tlnnl understand- ""' MrHllh...IV'.,n 'iK."l'. to i' . . . . LV . " ,i,"on" -v w,-r,on :,f SQUASH CLUB WLNS EASILY. match with t! Kltoti Par'ts of the homo club at 13. but lost the conttst at IS IS, 156. A. W Thurber did tile name thine with It. Van lierblK. but lost out at IS 17, 1R 10 Th- summaries : W. H. Van der I'oel. fauh Club, de. feated ii I. Sir.'lielth, tolunilda I'nher.ltv r'jli. i;. -s, lr, - I. n niton l'irks Squs h Clun df ted H. Kellm-k, Colutnbls I'nl leisltv a lul,, l -:'.. 15 S: Alan force, svii.sl. flub, defeated C Scott. I'olumbli I'liKersli) Club. I.'.- 4. 1 '. It; J, T Terrv. Jr. r-i.uash i 'lib. dfiMled A. M. UolfT. Colunitc. rulier-ltv flub. 1" 11. 15 1. n S,-.ire-s,tu tsh fhib. r, . foltimbla t'nliorsltj- .'lull, o Keteree and murker N alter K Insult .. SouuHh flub, profes.lunal MASS JIEETING TO 'aID CREW. tsx-mtilnur of I'orilliHio Indents Will Hear Honing I'lnn. A ninas meetlni; of students will be held "'" ' ""'""ain Atiiiiiorlum to-day for "fX .f "lf,""n,"' " " M'-l" "" "' " -uunir ... ..iv Aiecnnn. jircsldcnt of the Alumni Athletic Association, will preside and CVioh .lack Mulcnhy wMI give the wmplete di-talla for the Innovation. I.oster A Patterson, president of tho student body, will announce the detection of a manager and the decision als.ut a tnoui for I'ordham at Poughkoipso next airing. It had been planned to Install four rowln nitichlncs In the hall, hut on ehort notice Sp tiding could not obtain them from the factory In lime, and Coacl Ilo of Columbia coubl not be seep sour onough to iirrango to borrow tbum, so that lurt of tho meeting will be dlspeiutc' with. It w.t Conch Mulcahy'H Intention to have a rowing exhibition b several alar (tarn, and the diffeieut elyle of row ing Illustrated, as the track nianaccmcnt Hhowod the dlfterent forms of the famous runners hint evening Manager llatdcn gave an exhibition of moving ploturea of the world's ris-ord hold.-m In die Au dllorlum and this was folowe.1 b) pictures or the (iivinpic giinies, itvturwl on by - - ' lHrlln I'-irkln. Th- itloa wa to urpn an r.iiHimun' m r-pori i.ir 'tnicK linu IlliiHlr'ii'- ihff li(ri--Mt4 of ninnlnrT GIBBONS BEATS CLABBY EASILY. .lab nnd t'lipeiciil Chief Puclors In l,.oi ) Wins Set en Hounds, Mn.wm it i:k. Jan 21. Mike (ilbbnns outpolmid Jimmy Clabby. his rival for i ho tnlddli wi lib' title, here to-night, sour IPK lit bast a sh.ld. o'er Cl.tbby In seven of tut. ten rounds. Two round were even and aiioilu r -ivas Clabb' by a shade, milium iv. is the .igj-rmsor, nnd though CUbb.v sev. ral I'mea ilurltig the light Hhiiw, il Hashes of re il form, through mor.t of Hie bati'le he was oiiiclnssed In boxing skill and in l ho pmvor behind the punch. .Numinarlzisl the iiunda wcr-: One tlilihotsa h a shade. Two Tiinio and evil. Tlic. e- I'lahbv by a shade. Four Uibhiin. I'lvi -4 llhhoiiK bj a big mar gin Six i lilibons by fair ehadc. Scen tiilib-nia hj good hiiade Mlglil- tllbbous Nine (llhlioiia by a rthade. 'IVn liven. The adwintag.' ith.it millions had throughout the light sisincd to be clilcdy his uppercut mid t.tiitiulK J.ili to the jaw, all of which had tiemendou power ho IiIiii them. ciabb.V H stiing punch was n I. lit hook, which landed oflcii and haul, but at no time tl ii 1 1 ii ur the battle did he conned wl'il the sling pusaeHscil by tile I ,i,""""M " nus nn tin- j iv. Some of ie il I 1m ringside .aliiil It a draw, bll. l'o weie .n a luipeleMi Ininorily. iMablo'M boxing viae, inai'keil by many Wild wlngr thai far. I to rannco: and nfiet tins, l. uls ic waa iift uiiguardcd a..,'' -n "Ve li hiociv Ulbhona'; evu;c rcturiia. DENVER REVOLT AIMS TO BREAK UP A. A. 0. jXuwspnpnr Knps Union: Trios to Run Jloxin" Tourney imil Offors CVusli Prizes. SLANDEROUS, SAYS RUIHHX A determined effort la beltiB made to break down the rule of the Amateur Athletic Union in Denver, Col., which Is In the Itocky Mountain district of tho A. A. II. Tho Denver Athletic Club had advertised nn amateur boxiiur tournament nnd, accordlmr to tho supporters of th union, tho Deiner font (nslsted on havlntr a profeesloual reortvi for the turnament. Tho reifl. trillion c .mnilltee refuse!, tuid subs.uciitly the Denver A. 0 which la n loyal member of the A. A. l.' de clined enlrlos for the tournament which wen. tent through tint papor. The paper Immediately advertised nn oppoaltliin tournnniMit for "amateurs" at the Colorado A. C, nt which the win ning nmateiir were to ho paid In cash III amounts varying nciordlnir to the KnP nsjelpts. Coincident with this an nouncement the paper publlshtsj a hitter ntt.tcl: nn tho union In which attention was called to the "monarchy rule of thl self-inflicted and alleged Amateur Athletic Pnlon. The n A. C. had this mercantile ruled association wished on It and hardly reultxetl what It all was lcadlnc to'" The article continued: You knot the Indlcnlttes you have suffered In the ptst Well there ! Rolntc to l.e no more of that, and we know you are Klsd The Amateur Athleriw Pnlon would have t vou In If one or two pet cpih., to the torn mlttre, had not obleeted to you. The old A A l t. done for all over the t'nlted State. From the Wricest athletic club In the rnlled States the New York Athlet'e flub, to the) latvst on th" Western coas, the f.o Arnrele Athletic flub, re belllnti I. holllnir at A A. 1.'. rulings, and It I only a matter of a few wek. until the A A. P and If .prctil line of athletic gootts will be kleketl out to buck with sn even break, something you have never got from It. According to this published state ment the Denverltea had not been In formetl of the settlement of the little fraciis between the A. A. P. and the New York A. C . nnd Pyka Johtie-on. the chairman of t'.e llock Moun'aln rfeTl trat'on committee, wired on January 1 to Secretary Huben of the A. A. 17. for uttlelttl backlntf In the tight. This tele gtptu rind laical pupe- refused right to name pro fessional ref. re for A. A P tournament save A A P I. down and out driven out of ebb-ago, N'eiv York vnd San lrnticlsio, thai It I. dlrereitite.l monnrehv and subsidized to .porting go.id- houses Ilase send state ment by s.lf n.1 LIU We ars standing pat ind have von tight for clear sport no-s. but wnnt ndded dinlsls. Meeretary Ruhbi rmlleil yesterday wlien told of '.ho pluus of tho Itiaursents to wreck the A. A. IT by giving amateur events with c.ntli prlzeei. He said that the Itocky Mountain Association had the support of tho clubs roilly Interested in amaiteur sport, and tlmt the giving of cash prises would wltnplr I'll' the men who coaipctcl outside th" pale of ama teurism, no matter what association gov erned.' He put the isvsltlon of the A. A. P. In 'the following telegram, which was despiitelied on Wednesday night to Pyke Johnson : The Amateur Athletic t'nlon nnd Its ills. .-.i. Airnlt.tlotiM urn stroncr financially and amateur conditions are better than nt anv time In thl. counlrj No sporting goods i.r other business house, oomrtbuto to 'is siippeM, nor are mv of our odlcere or em plo.ees mid r oMIg-itlon to such houses In metropolitan district flft three lir.ro nth letlc meetings are echedobd for nesi three mouths. Including t:i sports, ind no: the slightest friction prevail. Similar condi tions in Ho. ton. flileago. l'blladelphl i ..id Ssn Francisco. Thorough lnvestU'iitlon of I'latl Adams proves esse to be another slanderous uttaik. snd he has pr.nlu.ed all hi. prize, and 1. e.l-nersted bj comtnptee and ntlre press Attiek on A A I In Denver prob.ibl. another of the same ije. Insist on .unateur rubs being upheld INVITE BIBS FOR GYM MEET. Xletropollllll. A. K, I. Clmtoploi.- slilps Most Ilr Held III Mnrrll. President Itublen of the Metropolitan Association of the A. A. 17. iuiuounce.1 yesterday the makeup of the gymnastic ehttmpliinshlp committee, of which Hoy R Moore of the New York Turn Verdn Is chairman. A nlcctlng of the coinmitten ha. been called for next Monday evening nt which several Important matters will bo discussed. Meantime Chairman Moore has Issued nil Invitation to nil clubs In tho district to bid for the privilege of holding the b mii.istlc championship on or nlmiit March 15. It Is isilnte.1 out that this championship meeting la on a paying Uisls and likely to be remunerative to the club holding It. Any date prior to the national champion ship', nt Kan Kranclscn, March 2H-27, will be acceptable lo the commlttc and bids will be opened on February 1. Tim com mittee announced Is comsiscd of the fol lowing: Hoy 17. Moore, New York T. V., chairman; rharlea A. Klbert, Anchor A. C : Chnrle r. Krlrksen, Hcandlniivbin-Atnerlcan A I, : tllto I'enkert. S1s T V., John P Hark mnn. Kaleva A, -' . Huorge T. Ib'pbron, Newark Y. M. C. : Msiiln A Klein. Hohenilan (hmnsatlc Assoetatloa, John Kiei-ku, Hobenihin Auierbsin W. ti. A.; Ilr. (leorge 1". Poole Twenty-third Hireet Y. M. i'. A , Paul Pilgrim. Nen York A. C . An drew V Tully. Paullat A. c . Ilr 11. I,. Weslmlller. Y. .M. c A of New York. F0RDHAM HAS LONG SCHEDULE. Tito llnren llnsebiill I'ni.ics A r rnllKed Triini lo Till. Six Trips, Walter A. I.vneh, '15. manager of bat-e-balt. announced the Kiirdhaiii diamond s' hediilo for the coming eeoson ynterday. Tho list comprtsi-s two dozen game, Ilf leen of which will be contested on Pord hum l'leld. Two of the remaining con tests will I within tne ocnpe of tne av rrage student to see, one being on South Field and the oilier III Ilrookljn. A half ilor.cn trips will be taken, one of which ehall extend from Virginia to New Haven and last live days. Heretofore Pordham timer lias remained more than three days on a tlip, but duch Wurner prefers: a big Journey lo euveral smaller trips and Manager Lynch arranged accordingly. After sohcduling a game with Ford bnni, N. Y 1T. cancelled the contest, nnd hopes for Joining tho athletic relatione; between the Munwii and Violet nie ap pearing lo dwindln desplto the friendly H'iatluns of the twu Htudent liodlcs Iir the llrst tlmn lu ten ytvirs Ford ham Is whcdubsl for no Decoration Day (fame. Plans mil) be arninged for a con test later. Notru Damn will ropnwont the Western Catholic colleges. mcetliiH the Maroon on FoTilham Field. Dartmouth and Hamilton are the newcomers to Foul ham Field, while Virginia is taken on the schedule after a four year lapse. Kfforta for a home ami home gsime with Colipii bla for the championship, of New York city look promising. The Bohedulu : May 31. Hrooklyn College at Pordham April S, Hamilton College ut Pordhani. S Virginia at Charlottesville, Vu. , . penitlnir, away from home. 7. Moutu Hi .loaoiihs fi, leire ut Italtlmore; S. tlvorgetown a' Wash ington, 10. Yal. ut New Hiveti; II, i N. V. in I'orilhiiin. 17, Swiirthtnoro at I'ord ham. 21, Princeton at Princeton; '.":, Tufis nt Porilliaiii. !!4 Mlddlebury at Pordhuni til, Craluus at rorilham. May 1, Cres, ent V at Hrook'jti. '., Ho'j t'roas u Korilhum, V coiumbla at Columbia, r,, Xotro Danie it Ponlhiini. ID. West Point at Wel Point 17. Ilartmouth Collego at Ponlham; jo! Mount .-t. Joseph a ut Foiilhmu, JJ. penu Inc. at Fordhaiu. :i, VIIIoiiovh at Pordham JS, Vrnnont at KnrrthHin. i. Columbl nt Pordham: M, (leorgetovvn at Fordhnm: June 6, Holy Cross at Worcester. COLEMAN AVERAGES OVER TEN llenta t Inrbo Kaallyi ltnl...lt III lino Points In '.' Innings, Standing nf (he riayers. Nam. W. II A. Coleman. 4 Loew-etilhal S C. 11. White. ; II. 1'. II. Clarke. I I Welnor i PC. It ft. 11. -v. I 1.009 s io:o:i' 1.400 .0D 44 7 ja-4i . .Jon ids IS II 4 7 15-11 31 -K s so-n II. A. Coleman dofeated a P II Clarko last night in the list regular game ofi tho class II balklltie billiard tournament! at tho Amateur Hllllard Club of Now York, 300 to 132. thereby finishing hi' i schetiuis without a defeat. Coleman Al ready had won the class II championship by hut victory of the night before. lie ran his three centuries laat night In twenty-eight Innings, making an average of 10 20-SS ami gaining the prize for high Individual average. He hail high runs of 10, ,10 and 31, the 4S '.Jing him with. C. V.. White for high run prUe. Clarke averaged C 2I-2S, with high runs or .'10. 25 and 24. His defeat put him In a tie for last place with David Welner. White nnd Pred Iiewen thai are tied for a-cond plnce nnd will play a match to break the tie to-night. Tho score . 11. A. folsman 0, 4:,. (I, lit. !. 7, !. 7. 7, 7. s, 15, to. It. . ; . e .',i. jh 0, :n, 11, 4, 0 0, S, 7 Total, Sou Aver.ige, 10 20 il High run., IS, .1 nnd .it (J. ! II, Clarke- 11. 4, 7 4, I It, , . 4, 2, o. o, 7 !. o. o. : ii o, :s, s 7. :t, 11, I. 0, n, 2 Total, la: Average 21-2. High runs .10 rd :t EFFECT OH AUTO TRADE Hritlili Motor Car Authority to Address Metropolitan EnjrinociN. At the next regular meeting of tha metropolitan section of the Society of Automobile Knglneeia the coming Thurs day night at the Automobile Club of America A. I.udlow Clayden, formerly itlltor of the AufomoliUe ;,tioliiecr of lauulon, will ssak on "The Kffectp of the War L'pon the i:ura;eaii Market for Amerbtan Automobiles.' Prom his experience with the automo bile industry on both r'dea of the Al 1 mtlc ilr, Clnyden tins developed an In sight Into conditions! affecting supply and demand In addition to bis technical knnwl- edge of the requirements of design and now iney mosi eitec'iveiy linu econ.imi rally may be it t He will In .1 measure endi-nvor to forecast the Influence of the period of reconstruction Hint Is destined to follow the war. Representatives of a number of lead ing automobile manufacturers who share In the export activities: of the Fnltisl States bax'e been askett to be present and take part In the discussion. Ah a supplement to the principal topic John It. Kustls will give In brief hi lecture on "The Automobile In Modern Wn rf are." Vlncenno Ijincln, the Itallnn car builder, Is In this country for n brief stay. He Is at present In Htltlmore, but will be In New York for much of the coming week, where he will make his headutmr- tors with Adam & Montant. the lmcla representatives lu this country A p-illco order In Detroit does n-rt per- mlt automobile to stand longer than nn hour In the ilownlovvu district of that city Wnen a iK.iiceman units a ear which n.ia been standing longer than the apisiflisl tlmn ho paste the following sticker on the owner's windshield: "Your car hna leen standing here longer than one hour: If this vl datim I rte-atiil joti will be summoned to appear In court." Three Tin AVblstlrs Itench Plnnl. I'lNBHl'ltiT. N. C. Jan. 21. Oeoige C. Dutton of Ilelmont. J. M. ltobluon of niiroor neaco ami r. n. iioyu or tne .si. l-ouis Country Club meet In to-morrow's , Ilnal round at tho annual three' ball Tin Whlstlu match. Mrs. rieorge , C Dutton of Ilelmont. playing with an i allowance of nine stroke, was the win ner of a match pluv handicap against bogey arranged by the silver Polls. JUAREZ RACING RESULTS. First Stare Five and one. half furlongs -Mart. I.ou. 9S It.apalllo). 10 lo I. I I.. I iu.,1 5 'o 1. won' l.one Star. 110 iMci'ahe), to I. 7 -o ,. II n,l 7 to 10, seiond. Kenneth. 105 i ll.irtweili. 4 to I, k to r. and 4 to 6. ihir.l. Muc Kall Inla. T-nnnni.Kh't i:,inm. i and I'.ek liavls also run Second Itace Six furlongs I'Mnetars. 103 iliederla., 2 to 1, 7 to 10 and 7 10 f., won. Type I0H iMeCahei, ; to 1. 3 lo 1 and 1 to 4, second. Hill', 103 lllartnell), I to I, to and 4 to r., third Time, 1:13 2-5. Emelda. ll,,.ol,,r. . i.nrgv Johnson and tfmlrit Ante also ran. Third Hare Siven furlongs I'ontefrart, too (Mienrual. 10 lo 1, S to t and 7 to h. won: Kick. HJ (I,oiiler), 4 to 1, 7 to 3 uiul 7 to lo. second. Tlsht Hoy, Ho (tlentryi. to I. S to 1 and even, third. Time, 1:56 i.r.. II) Iti. Andrew O'llav. Hose O'Nell. Florence Krlpp, Klcrtrnwan. lavnenun. Noble (Iraml. 1. 11. Adair. Key, lorge, Polls and Pro ltealls also ran. Fourth Itaee One mile He. 107 (Wardi. 4 to 1, 8 to 11 and 3 to 5. won; Injury. 110 (8ini.ll), to I. 3 to S and I tn s, second; Helle of Hryn Mawr. 115 iMurphi, " to t, 7 to 10 and 1 'o 3. third Time, 1:3m 1-r,. Wevanoke, llrooklleld and HlnKlIng also tan Plfth ltace -Six furloaga Purlnng. 11 J .Maailn). 4 to 1. 7 lo s and 4 to f,, won. New Haviti, 110 (.Matthews), c to I, ; to 1 and (ten, second, Mltneroso, 104 (Hartwelll, 2 lo 1, 4 to 0 and !! to r. third. Time, 1:15 4.5. tlerniinu, Penalty. Icukroae, Itublcon II and Henry Walbank also ran. Slxlh Hare One mile tlordon I!uise. ift (tientr) 1. 2 to I, 4 lo s and 1 to 3, won. Transact, 10! (Mutt), 5 to t, 7 to to and 1 to 2, second, Flugeriild. 105 iKederla), 3 10 1, even and 1 to 2, third Tim.-. 1-30 2-, Woof. Aristophanes Acumen. I.lttle March moat. Illurbeard and Curlicue also tan. NEW ORLEANS RACING RESULTS. First llare--Tno-y,sr-old maiden fillies and hPt.lliiKS . purse J400. hree furlnnss llllie t'up. Its il'einlrrgaatl, ;0 to I, X lo 1 and I to 1. nrst. Infidel II. 112 iTurneri. 4 to 1. S 10 5 and 4 to 5, second. Sands Dia mond. 112 iKeogiii, r. to 2. t to S. and 2 to :.. third Time, 016 i-t Tay liausante. 0I-40. Mra Jack, Helma, Cuddles and Uad) Atkins also ran. Second Hace Three-year-olds and upward, elllng, purse 1300: alt rurlnnca t.uvkv (leorge 109 (Pooll. oven, 2 to ii and out, llrst. strange J I r I, 102 (Cooper). 20 1,, 1, lo 1 and 4 to I, second, prnspero Hoy. 10s (PKkctiHi. 12 10 1, r, to 1 and 2 10 1, bird. Time, li'i l-'.. Harebell, Yeinatsee, Ciantie, Piltidanietital, Cnaanova, Cliff Top and Mawr bad also ran. Third ltace Thre.year-olda; selling puree IJnii, all furlongs--Fo Ir Helen, ion (I.lllvi. C 10 I. 2 to ) nnd 4 lo 6, Ural. Jlooei Montgomery. 110 (llooae), 3 to 5 and 0111 second. Fly Home, ion t.Murphy). fi to 1 2 to I and 4 to .. third. Time, 114 HiuVk Ilarl. Mallird and body Splrltuelle also ran Fourth Itllie Tile Moiilelenn.. . I ,. ...I I .. lhrre.yrur-old and upivurd. selllm;. purse I 1400: seven furlongs --Hubert Kay. 104 1 (Smyihi. 10 to 1, to 1 nnd to ii. first I Yensee, ion (I'ooli, 11 to s. 7 to 10 and 1 to I, second, Kate Iv., 103 (Ambrosii), S to 1 3 to 1 u 111 1 li In t. third, 't'inie, I.2 Alia- ' mabu. Triinsportatlon, Lord .Martluill una I Old Hen also ran. I I- if tl) ltace Tor ihrei .year-olds and up ward; selling; purse 1300 , lx furlongs- Tod dling. 10'" iSuniter), 12 lo I. t to 1 and 6 to 2, won; Mls Francos, 4 (Lilly), ( t i, , 1 and even, second. Tllllo'a .Nightmare, 107 iflooaei. 4 to I, K 10 r, mid 4 to 6, tljrd Tim... 1:13 t-f. 'og, Arcene. .vinibna i..,,. Iteach. iim Judg,, llayday. Aragnnvso, to- 1 luop.il .ind .loo II. also ran ' Slxlh ltace--For four-ear-od- nnd up- I ward: selling' purse 1400, one mil,, and twenty sards- Orperih, 111 itioo.ei. 1 m 1 11 c I out. won. t)ra Mi (lee, 104 I enters, t I lo I, .' to 2 and en n, ai. ,.i . Insurance .1,,, 10 1 Warrlngtoni. 30 to t. 10 to I nnd r, to 1. third Tims. 1:42 1-t,. Puck. Klclre Coppertown, Tord Mol, mills Ilakar andj Jacob llunn also .-an. IflfiT TTMDT A 'C HDATDOT1 NOT EVEN REVIEWED A fraiil to Establish Pi'orfilnnt. Conuniifpf! Won't Connfilrr Itnskothnll liuliiii; "FIXB HUSiXESS" FTSIi:iJ After deliberating for nearlv -rre. hour yesterday afternoon the excu; ve oomi)ilttee of tho IniercollgiHte Ha-lc ball League voted not lo allow the p ., test bv Columbia of the giiltie p.a with Princeton on January I J The mitten declared it Unwise Utah. ! i . precetlent of reviewing a decis on rn , h) an oltlciul in apparetuly good although In this caim Secrolar It.. Morg-an said there wax reHbonnble o n that lleferee Mollb'k hud ruleil corre Kxcept for u bald Mtatoinent b Moi git ii, no rr.einbor of tho commtuee--w.i.oo consists of representatives from Colutnb i Princeton, Yale, Dartmouth, Ivntis., vanlrt and Cornell wouM eaj aovt.,.i It was loarried. however, that t e, . , was not unanimous, Columbia lio.dir.g .. E; nnd I'r'neeton and I'otinsylvanla dii"'.,.ni vote oliher way C D llenson u.o nbln member, balked on Hie r,wj.u tlon ofter he had learned tha' I' l.eilhrlng of Princeton bad written a , .t ter to the committee In which he not m iluiilnl the grounds of the nniim, ii said Nisi, that imn of Columbia e g. . . wus rnide Illegally Tim pl.i) from which the dispute spr.f.n tKs-urrcd mar the close of the flr.t r,a . Hnaa of Princeton n. dribbling t..e ii... down the court when behind him n. i and Tretickmann clashed, liefer' e M. lick blew his whistle, ilerlnrcl no ml, for Princeton nnd called a foil, on Tr, ! k m.i tin for charging. Umpire Thorpe 1 I one a frao'lon of u second later on Treii k niann for chanting. When Pnr.c. tested Melllck changwl his di-cii on ..ill alloivwl the Held goal. As the Tigeti by a margin of two point the g i.t, question gtive them he gam... T,.ie no rule which nt.Uu. that one ful tug another almost ImUantly dlsm se tlrst Infringement. The committ..-, a, cording 10 rule lt, at tide 2 who i , allow a Held s-oa.1 tna.le by a tia'n if .-lie of Its plnyera foul the opposii .-n i tI i, ,, tN" the nlr should have ui ',.1,1 Mel'iick'a tlrst decision of "no goal After considerable wrangling .1 W Gannon of Dartmouth muKd thai t ,, protest be not allowed It was sivon - ' by I. Kent of Cornell and paased w , ih aid of HucU Noyc of Yale. The motion read : Voted that the protect of Celli'nhin i i xame played with Princeton on '.mi,- i shall not lie illowed ll.lisuilli It - otecullve committee consider It .in w i et-tahll.h a precedent of reilew nt i slon of nn otnclat elven ippnrel.l , u. t fa-lth and about which there exl.t. a In the interpretation a welt a- .n, .ii-i Hon of the rule When i.'osch Fisher of Columbl w Informed by Tun SrN of the oe n, i said he was not siirpiisisl vciv una a "Yule certainly wouldn't ote f.n i ." added b(s?ause it would niiikc ' r j i hunce. has promising Ulan If He w hopi. I. ssjv out of the rue. The cominn'ie , hardly can bo .i-'oumsI of conttae'itii. " d j feet, but ap- nances c.rt.ilnl.v slnt t,..t way. It admitted we had a good ci-. : , t it refused to uphold us. Fin- bualmos.' --ocretary Moikoii uii.l thai. i... inula., had been recclvtsl fiom Pennsylvania .ml that none would be despite the f.i'i M,t ('apt. Seelbach declared he would co o si the bitterly fought Princeton game gait said the race Is ploying the ho" i ,n the history of the league, the ir , , .- surprising winners hm well as losei" l committee present was made up : I" ltaycroft. Princeton, chairman 1 : 1 1 1 Morgan, Pennsylvania, secretari ' I' llenson, Columbia: Hack Noyes. Yno I i Kent. Cornell, and .1 W. (iannon I'd- mouth. KNICKERBOCKER PLAYERS WIN (o,(,ire Albany Iropli. nl n.nii.l , xx nisi i (.iiKresN, The aeoond day of the seventeenth an nual congress of tho Atlantic Whist .Wo (latino at the Allo iiiarli -HolTmiiii hMjJil together moie than a hundred pl.,v..i from all parts of the country Yesterday morning the Kulckei In ni Whist Club of New York distinguish, d t- '' '" "mnlng the lit a-t sessnui o play Tor the Albany trophy, which r. . e scuta the championship for team o1 fo ir playcra from the samo dub. Tin v b. it the New York ltrldgo Whist Club b. point. Tint plarr weie- Knn'n -bocker, S. S. 1.1'iiz, II. I.. Parsons II . Frost and George Kllng: New V,, llrldge, t:, P. Cadley, W. A. Segui. .1 ' Frnscr and A. W. I.uhln. Tito winners in the oiien pair cm. s. three rounda of which hao been ,ili I. show that no player has il u. cwd. .1 winning twice. The best scores Mrs. 11. H HoMiton and Wlss 1 -1 .' I.nne. lllltalieth. 13 plus. H t, n snd Jsmes Heaelalee, (Meveiinid 11 i i Mrs. M, Klnlaj Smith. N- Y.ok i ' H Lnnderkln. London, Canada '. p'n ' and Mrs. 1. J Hrui k, x ork . n .Major i'. I. Patton and K ' 1 New York, l! plu. Mis. A A. .sm -1 ' -Jer-ej. and Mr Clar.me nl Hi 1 plus, Mrs. lio,rj;e H Iteed. Jr--.' and Mlas Irma Wllerbouse. Ilostoi, I Mrs. K. K. Hedall snd I'bai . -. I ' .New York, d plus. PET DOGS TO COMPETE TO-BAY. Ill.Kllsb Til) M.uolels Feature of sIiiivt nt lliislnnob- The chief cup or prizes a' tin " r nteun'a pet dog show ut Hustanobi - 11 be given to llngllsh toy spanie a A number of the breed Is expected, r.. 1 ' compctltlnus for these doga IiiivIiij poslponed from another occasion ,1 luence of tho ilcilh of Miss Mmy II 1 son, who wa trcasurm of the Tov s;, Club of America and supported ih. 1 day gathering. Mrs. William Sheppurd of Miu p-' ' Hay gives 11 cup to-day Tor the !.. ,,' v of tho varlctlea of Kngllhli T.ii -pi and Mis. Meyer Cohen offers a .up 1 musi bo avvardci' by three Juiln. 1 show will )nst from "I until A oM.u I. Iloelui tnrs In Itfirnnrd leiorv llarnard School for llj.y won n homo court ycstcidiy fiom ilu lie '' team of l.eonia lllgb s, po,, - , II. Iloehn was a bid. ti -i, ! o ' victors. AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE AUTOMOIlll.K AND MOTOK 'I III t K IN bTUt'CTlllN. Owtisrs' and CM luffsurs coti n Y. M, (1, A. Al II) M 11(11)1.. 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