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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1915.
New York Camp Rumor Has Capt, Huston Seeking Home Run Baker Athletic Champions Lose Their Crowns COUPLE ABSENCE OF nuDivfl minDAAiui Men Will Not, Down 'Hint the Homo (tun KUx Is Sony It I by New York Boss. DltlVK INTIELDKItS HAIU) Pxtannaii, On., Mnroli 4. -A certain rantnloupo grower of Ttnppe, Mil., ho answers to the, nam.- nf .t. Frunlditi Maker. hHK rawed many a nightmare, for libera and sundry inflfldcrs gathered mder Ulll Donovan's tent. C,os.mI( will iot down In eplto ot nil tho affable ssu anves to the contrary on tho pnrt if emlllng lllll that Cupt T. U. 11 to on Is Hi JnrkioYivHIe for tho hole pur o' of getting this fenco lm.ter from Connie Mack. Donovan expected his from' tho nr.t crnflt ot the pistol until .upoilor back last night, Imt he fatiM'i " "'l ?t tho meet. ' , ......n .v.n ,in v b.. I Tom Haluln ot Hoston wan the only 5 return even .i da Lite. c,inmplon ,0 emtTSf from tn frnv wth With Maker In New ork. It l fig- I honors undlmmed. He. tok tho lead at unit that the metropolitan forces will , the start of the COO and, though Wllklo -taml a much better show of snatching ' of Yale pressed him hard, th Ilostntilnn he pennant than the formerly respected .came away attain at the ilnl.h and won Ubieties. Whercforo the leave In thlk 1 ' flVo ynrds. t'at McDonald of tho camp aro all the nioro determined to j Irish American A. C retained hi? title In ,ng on -If qroselble In tl.e event ot I'Utt.Ing the 51 pound .-hot, but tout the Hiker- coming I llfty-slx pound weight for height after A hint was gleaned to-dov from the ' t yintr with Malt Mcflrath. I'latt Adams. act that Donovan paid Hiiuliul ntten-; defeated by Taylor of tho Illinois Jon to Inlleld practice. He drove Inn ' --. held on to one of his three chain- nllM.lein morn than on hour It 1s I' oiishlps by winning the pole vault for ue t ,.t a calf swept the outtleld and dlstnnce. This made u crop of ten new ado next to litii-pAdhlt. the Melding of champions out of a total .if thirteen 'lingo hit. Hi" 'till l look,ed very rvL, , , , . ' ue an though Donovan wished to get , T ,ri9h Amenc.ni A. retained Its Niw lino on the new meVna to whether 1 fupremai-y ns the champion club by scor- L ch-ollnif they mlu-ht fill . ' 1,5 l' nf"'v .'""'"V , 'h,r0,u,ih ,mlnor ue mn- normioiicd hv a tra.lo I plncc-t. as the Winded Klst brigade ac- C: rrla.nl v 7C 111 Alb to counted for only Vwo.IrMs. The Ho-ton . ... i. i t in. ii.,..r.,i. thii, i-min,. 'A- A. was' second with l!! jiolnts, which ar u,, Al ...1 lie thl "f . included three tlrst places. The New centel man wl I u coupl. if nal s t cker. , d , b , le.mlh.m will piove atir ost as ..lua lo , , , , wh ,,; ,0 . run gv.Ur any one In he A ner lean , MulseU Miee.1 04ei.M it multl: T)l(,1(, WJf( ft r,(i() irM bMwt.(.n tn U(I o: liw luttltig J"- ...! New Kngland and metioiHdltan districts There Is little doubt that the -New as ttlllch wouM raIllrP greatest Vork club ready t.. go tin I mil I ,lutnbpr of tttlr--. and the New Kng- i...i.i.n(? inr im. u 'k , landers come out ahead with six vie ,,urilnso him through a cash trtt 4actlon tor , addition to the thrco wins ither t)ii by rade M; i.-k. 1 us be n f , v A., Colby College, Dart- ery K. t on l.uta Hoo lie or so no me . c j y l-nlvor(lltv Mch He al.o fund .f li e .1. hIiI ik Uttlc Lupi-llcl :t winner to swell the New ling Mus. Iles.il. I" ' 'h"' '"J.V ! Uml total." 'The metropolitan district mistake ..fth.- last rear; ",",,., vlctor,M lin( a,'tho same time . - i. . j-v. j1..J 'W 7n even mor, , fVWl' he T11,' 'JJ' J Y1,,lk' vc nlViie.1 mm il.u of vesterilav il(nll ni"' u-member of the New qrk A C ',' 'g I t Va n , 'in .lr , , " ! nd a ti.f ?"ylor cred.te,. with two other titles to 'a . Manager Donovan took tho tlrt I '" 1n,"',n,', U "i wh"C "!'"' ".V" "sUmcnt of the - tossing In batting '""' 'nvMon ev" " raincc Paul l.i ivljt.. who cut. loose tlie Iolnt -coie. flrst .lav as .f h- was in.a world's series I . TRrte clwinplonshlp records were .attl-. had .ecovered enough -to mount ' prokun. the .tnwllntt iUgh and broad S. mound foi ten minute- 11- was , Jurrm" an.l .the two in 1c walk In the .vllv lacking In the pepper he displayed walk V.ddr.. Item let lilii""! out enough i-iHSil.iv Cv I'l.li took his llrst work- n the llnl-h to beat Dick ltemer by .u. b"i did not display hi waie to tho twenty-tlve yards. Ills time was U l .te n. A Savmuiah pitcher ii.un.sl ; liitiute 6. J.d-.econ.ls. Jak hm u big slice 'iem -a brother, of 11 rv of. Cub farn' Hie Pfiwlous best of UiS! 3:J made -V).uiiteerit bis services and mado a ''- K. nifford In U'13. c iled Impression - 1 An aocl.dent to lorn l.fnnon of tho Th .Saiannah players haVtr been oi- Vork A. C robbed the 300 yard Is .1 to report next Monday. As soon rraiV 'of much Interest lie pullel a is tie are III thev will encounter the , tendon In his heat and.he Injury was New Yorks in a strles of practice games. o painful that he fell down and had to nb.i lv 'he tlrsi of these will be nut I" carried from the track. Alvnh Meyer. n about a week from Sunday. Ily that . '0' "e ')01er. won ms nn, oui u Ime Jon Kellev -IH V here with Uiel1'.t-.T,u't,n tl, InaL Tho field win de-eteran"l)Atfc.'"me-r from Hot PpflitgJ rfea3.e.I Wrther by uTulltig'orth ref In tiic in .int tine a iiiiinbei of In. eree. In theT Ileal for second men Dave nr. nib battles of live or seven Innings .. .I be attempte.1. With the arrival of ""rueMlale ,atid ,r.at:ou, who :xe rc ci nouriy, iianoi.ui w in no aoie to i rfert two capable rilh.s:-. . I VlwriTTJUTTT flTvrc v 1 ntiTi mm i t Offers Cold Trophy fur "ehooner Hnrr Around Ciipr Cod. IIiistos, March 4 Harold S. Vander-, ,iiurters of a mile, with Sid Leslie lead iwnct of the schooner .icht Va-''i,lfc., (JlaiifikopuloH soiid, IVvannej cr i.t has offered a gold cup as an In- third and Ha) next. In turning a cor n ve for an annual race for the bin ner Devanney struck the curb and fell yn hrs of that cla' around Cape" Co.1. in trvinir to Jumn over him Hay stum- fie boats will start in June from either ew uimlon or Newport find finish at ' Mn'bl head These races, It l expn-ted, I ii d risjit in man) large craft from New Votk mnklng the run ..round the I jpe and participating In the annual 1 cruise of the Kastem Y.arlit Club along 'he Maine const In- July. l';ider the terms of the Vnpdcrbllt gift the owner of the yie'lrt winning the e wl hold the cup for one yeur nnd eivc In addition n silver tepllc-i ns 4 'fire The yacht owner who wins three rac.s, not necessarily with the same beat will obtain permanefit possession tun trophy TENTATIVE YACHTING DATES, e Vorl. Vneht Club neKnt C.un in It tee Announces fixtures. Tr regatta committee of the New v" Yacht Club. II. do II. Parsons, w r-,n, Jovph M. Macdonnugh and , "' I- ' n. SW(ldon. has Issued a en': '"e hedulo of racliisr dutrs for thBl " ' C'"' UUI"' IOr tta 1 T- annual regain will he silled off H'n C. c on the siiiitn. ni, Th Ji. IT ThJ ! VilVn to w,U v sa.b.l over the umc course on Qiii,-a .. i..i.. to Tho cruise will be . . i-ruise win nc, ff'i Th-last event, of the season will b races for the autumn cups, which I v" be sailed off (Hen Covo on Thurs- j Se;iember f. Promt (leveliiud Seven fnlls. " -t v.March I. -Tho supposedly tin- i'sa'- Cleveland A C, hockey tcaVri n'. i.d a sever,, defeat when It en- t- I t ,e Arena Hockey Club aggre- 1 v her. to-nglht, the locals winning ' ' i t i The Arenis outplayed the tery wav Thev got an early ; 1 .nd Kept (ocreaslns It. peppering - Ov.latul goal lender with hot e Cleveland was wearv when the I r1'1 P""'l ended, the halves being utis duration, nrniiUfcds iiIkTi nnd Dry Again. 'w OiiiiAVH, March t. Tho good " irrivcil here to-day bringing K ie Ilrisikfeds" Italnlng squad, t .' route to Drowns Wells-, M!(-R. I were Mr. and Mrs1. Tom ami .virs. 1 om , .' I-. 'V.n.' , ' l hers Lafltttr mil I'lih.'tm ..... in. .in, jiinuieii . ter- Citcher Ax'ntsnn (lilt, Murnhv and 1'dwii'r.ls a 1 uroi rriapori, is. I. Keli,..'. ,. Yorkers Hitli.bonnd. i I "i s, Ark., March 4. A mnrn ( Ueil Majextlo Park to-day lv- i'ev in chargn of the squad Vork American pitchers and f ' n tr.i'nlng bore, limited the 4iiv-. tn nn) nn ,ur'n throwing ''f Hotel r.atm.in lawn. Tho squad S'muinah Saturday night. 'ni. ii MreiiUs , V, I , Shot llecord. a nation trials for the fresh I'll- vamierbllt cup Is the second gold i,v the manner In which he rati the l.dtin i'Km uuuuera mm n.iu Jim tninit- npl v offered for this event. The llrst jaids Klght went to the mark, the lug things over. l'elkey was covered "i- given In 1011 by the late Commit- i,!y absentee being A. S. Steele of tier- " """ i m. enu ami Jim m "e c, rk of .Spokane and iv as won by I n Caldwell was content to f'T.-'l a deep cut under his right eye. It Morton y Plant with tho Illena. iceip we" hack In the bunch for the llrst . tur " ,k- '"'"f1' 'ImiiP-'l lion Dark meel nt New ' penninci- In tho Hast ut the Junior oham- iinnucd ut tin; suriuimillncs of ilieii train lr ..y'V.Owat'd Cam.' bmke I Jil.".!,.- ll.l whiter ...id. thoirnl, he In-,-" toju hisane V- gu I" pound Indoor shotpqt -or1 vesttrilay. Ills put was 47 feet " is M Dowell won the 440 yard ' Mi' tlmo was 68 reconds. Champions Lose Crowns ' at il in lycariy Kivin't, 3kvcr, Kllor and Piatt Adams Have to Give Way to Hush of Younger ISi'igmlc in National Tndoor Championships. I)EVA,XKV AND CALDWELL WIX UY HOT SIMUNTS Champion were dethroned with .great reuliirlty In th-? annual Indoor lltlo meet of the Amalfiir Athletic I'nlon, whlck.,tttructMd a.srrowd of 3,000 per sons to .Madison Sqtinio Out-dcu hist night. Such names to conjitro with a Klvlnt, .Meyer. F.tlir mid I'latt Adamn who among those erased thrduirh tho process or vigorous competition which Kept tho. crowd In n state of enthusiasm I1MU II "lltlrt' 111 HI lil 4 MMM III! ... i ..i. . t it.. ...I r v ... , Kami, ann i.u ."aurer, noin oi me .-sew i York A. C took the mutter as a Joke .cx-.and iiellliej' tlied. to win. Tho referee ui!.iu.iiiinii in.-iu inn Theio wtd-r chcois for ad the victors, and for some ,if the losers too. This was especially true iii the two mile run. in which ixiiii ,-iiho , ,i aiiii.. , won. and Joe Hay of the Illinois A. C. , wero victims of nil rtccldont. which lost i them much ground. Tho men ""Hied : coilliuriaoiy :nio iiosiiiuu? in i,ied and In sotno mysterloiih manner loosened bin shis n vanney was on his leet uti.l after the leaders In a hum, ' hut the Chicago lad Iot at least forty yards. Devanney had the greater 'peed and in-a btush down the Twenty-sixth street 'side manag.-d to edse far enough In front to take the ftn.il turn first. Leslie eased then ind Devanney won by five jimls. - U.iy poiaevelcil and w-i- cheered loudly when he finished third, thirty yards behind Leslie. The time was U "minutes St 4-." seconds. Dave Caldwell of lloton showed itn- limited confidence In his sprinting power half of the distance, aa who was trying to maintain the till milllllilill iho mi' he won last sear. R, S. Kra'er and '-af 1 ' , ..., villi oi ti- Hint ,,,,, ,.i.- ...... Caldwell was III tlilnl place fot a wh.le " dnrpped bark and Joined Klvlat In the ruck. 1-ouIh "otdon or the . i . --' ,v,'n' "I1 ' the Ihll'd lap nnd spilt the two irishmen J""! before the bell ran-- Anderson f .1,. Veie Yorks .tat ted a teiiltb- sprint. Hushing by tint leaders ho had nn advantage of ten yards when the "l"nal was given for iho tinal circuit. Klvlnt was a little quicker than Cald- well In moving after tho runaway, nut ".""' v.. no longer In doubt. I With gigantic strides lie swept on wind nnd. ranged a lonirsldo of Anderson i i ..-. i ,m.ii,i -ni IT Uir 11,111 llt'l It.,' ..MO I., ..,),.. ,.. .... 1 Veto Vnpltee fniiirht cmielv to 1101(1 the , I Now KlIRUndei. but 111 a few more " . . bounils i aiuweii was tear infMifl. ' - 1,,r5' )yM" n,U'r0" waM ,H,.a?B""1" , '2 n, v,lln J',n ,l,?v'r t0 'V V , Plaff - Klvlat. though far from show. lllt - ' M' uxv" dftHi.1ilek.-d up llv e .v inns in the stretch and took th.- p ace ny lel", Tom Anderson. II. r .Malioney cored another point for Iloston by land-, l"K I" fourth place, a long way behind the leaders. . .. . - Alvnh Meyer, the 7.; yard champion. Wnn IUS Ileal 111 linr rionn 'iiniv tu. .i.e.. i wbllo llavinond C.uroll of the Indiana , Hlatn .Voriual School failed to get away ..ii ,o.l .t-i.u -Imt out Irving T Howe well and was shut out. irving j. iiovvn of Colby College, a negro, anil I . .! Looiiils of Massachusetts Institute nf TechnolOgJ nlso won llielr heats, I(owe Is a jouiig mall or lino phjelque ami . .. ar,j0 nr'uved as powerful as ho oo cd Ti e iiiwi got awiy to an even I . . ,, ,llr,,,. ,. i sunt in in-' ...o.. ...... .... ... seveiily - llve yatds Howo, Meyer and . ,.,.. ..outs the necro the lsst twenty ytiids the negro showed a few Inches In front and ho won P.v me smaiiesi I'lismuir iiiuikio ft nm Meyer, who beat Looinls. The spring training preparatory to Iln. reiu time, 7 4-r. seconds, wns a llfth of a'lir work lunr at Hot Hprlnzs, Ark. second slower than tho championship lo;'V?;rr',-T.:.,hp,.:vJr,i!,f 'WfA. "KSli; lecord held by Drow. Uruwns. has shown hy his aitlvlty In play- A new star urnsu In tho slnndllig t ,llt huudb-ill nt the iralnlnK camp hers lilllllss In W, II. Tavlor of the Illinois i that he has recovered fully from the a c who not mill' denrlved Piatt broken hones surf, red In an suto enlsihup t .. , 1 ,?. in the stiimniir blLli 1 b't '' .Manager Hrancli Hlckey I. n Adams of hlH lltlO In the stunning hlUi , ,voi nte of handbiill ns n tondltloner and - tandltiK broad Jumps, but mado ,, rncuuraged him In his effort", new ( laiu.'iionslilp recotds In each ovclit I ,,1T wiH.l.H, Tex M irrh I The Rt, Tho rangy ( hlcagoati iiiaiie his nisi ap- . won oil tnai .M't-asiou, it s wh nmusni that ho could rupture tho laurels rrom tho Olymplo lltlo holdor. In the standing hlb'h Taylor cloared rr r? nvery jcveni T. feet 4 Inches, beating tho previous champloiislilp mark by 2 IncheH and ymlnr within on eighth of an Inch ot the world's figures held by Adams. Thcro were some exceptions to the stylo of the winner, who Jumped In n manner suspiciously like th.- llnlsh of H dive. Adams took only third place, with 6 feet 2 Inches. In the standing broad Jump Taylor won. with 11 feet ; lnche, beating tho championship record by of an Inch. Adams was second, with 10 feet 7 13 1 Inches. The summaries; CO Ysnl High Hurdles Won t- D. Tren holm, Dartmouth Collejiej J. .1. Rr, Irish American A. i., second; J. A lllgli. Iln. ton A. A., third Time. J J. 5 seconds. i:. I llninmltt, Stnle Collene, !.. nnlnhed second, lint was dlrtiunlliled for knorklnc down the nnrdlcs. T5 Ynrd l).ih Won hr lrvln T Howe, Colby College. Alvsh T, Meyer, Irlnh Amer-l.-nn A O, serond: ('. V. Loomls. .Mnsss rhu'efs Institute of Teehnology, third; II, 1. Smith, t'nlverslty of Mlehlgan, fourth Tim. 4-5 serondn. .Idi) yard ltun Won by S. I) Hom, lloiion A. A.; II. flllng, Irish American A I' . second, II lllrehoit. lrlli American A. r. third. n lourlh. Time, 32 S-i econ.ls 00 V.ird Hun Won by T J. Hatpin, Iloston A. A.. Vul Wllkle. Vale Unlrer ti, etit,J, l). s. Calitwell. Huston A A., third; V. Hough. Mll'.r.xe A. A (ourth. Time. 1 minute II l-r. seconds 1.0DO Yard ltun Won liv I). $. rntd we'd. Ilosloti A A.: AbU li Klvlut. Irish Aiiierltan A i'.. second . W Anderson. N. Y. A ('.. third. 11. T Mshnney. Ilintnn A. A., fourth Tlnie. J minutes 1 l-r, irconds Tivo Mile ilk Won h k, Heny. Mo hawk A .' : It. K. Itrmer, Irl-h Anierlcnn A. I', second. W. I'Unt. Long Island A. r. third, r. Illlt. N. v a. O. fourth. Time, 14 minutes i .. seconds. Two .Mll ltun Won by l. A. Devann-r. unattached; S, LesJIe. UonK ,ntlr A r; second: J. W Ksy. Illinois , ( . Chlcsgn. third; II i: Weks. in,h American A. C. Hfision. fourth. Time J minutes 34 4-5 seconds. Uunnlng lllili Jump Won by Wesley M Oli-r, Jr. Vsle t'nlverslty. with 6 feet - 'i mine. r.Kou r;ricicon. iinuttin-iifHi, Whae'iun niJioS v""v :.'hir'!"h.'J.,i )''''!:, s'tach': lV:Tirwle.io,,,hl'':x.WAt!,,uu :r,t nHh ; feet ioi4 inches, oier won Jumn' I vu n . i,-tv i ini'fir. Standing Hroa.l .luni Won by W. II Taylor. Illinois A. c. with 11 fett ! Inches, ri.itt Adiuns. x. v, .. C. second, with 10 feet ,i Inches: K. ,. i:tnes. Hronx Chureh Ilnuse, tlilnl, with 10 feet T'i Inches. No fourth Putting 21 Pound Shot Won hv P Me Donald, Irish Amerlrun A '. with 3t feet I Inrhes j .1. i-ahiii. .rose A. f , sec- "iiu. stun J6 leei inrlies: j. i- I.hwI.t. Is1? ,Vn.lf.r,,',nuA' Ho.ton. third, with I ?.4 'XL 'St,h".V .iJ: l? N- v A ! .-Milling Hlfti Jump Won by w II except llrt since he has been here, nnd Tsylor. Illinois a f . .'hlcagn. with i feet i It looks as though Mcdraw was groom 4 tiiihes. i; k Kuies. itroux church House. ' mg lilm for general utility feats In the second with S f.et 5 inches I'latt AJsin.. MMd Hralnard was relieved by Heatty .. ' A. v.. tbtnl. with j feet J Inches, It. ' ,, t,, .... ,-rln, iloehrlng. .Mohawk A '., fnurlh. with 4 liml Iteyl 1,5 l,rinV. . ., , feet il Inches. (New championship record ) 1 A young outtleld took practice and Throwing :,i I'ouinl Weight for Helgtit ! was composed of l'lex In left. Robertson c i'ih i- J, J,ll,J"o,h,' ,rl'! American A. ' centre and Thorpe In right. Chief ihhAVtVXV lrnS?Wtil&t&. as behind the bat. throwing to J inches. John ,r. rahlll. Mlllnwie bases for the firt time, but so far most Jh'r.l, with 15 feet c Inches; J. o. l.snl'er. ' of that work has fallen to younger 15 r,.T siriMi .i. . -r"'' "h ! Pole sult for Dlstanc-. Won hy Piatt Adams. N. V A r. distance. : fee; inches, K. Cftl.lnell. Irish American A C. jos-onij. .A Tee,; si, inches. 1", x 1)U V" '" - , mini, .'j aen.-t. f..i?'ihV, f t I 7n Jiti-" r ' Unat' points t-coresl Irish AmerUsn A C . J5, , -niMii , iriso American A C onsion , a. JJ; New York A c. 14 ,. mi'ii . . .. i.. isie i niiereity, s. Mil ros- A. A. (t-Alnhawk A f . t. Colby 'ong Island A C, Dirtniouth ollege, Hronx Church House. & ,,-li. ...... .iiiM-iii-uii ,. v., iiosion. I, )Uwi. f;"."" Trhnn.igy, :. Unl- r" Michigan. I utiatiaclml COFFEY STOPS ARTHUR PIT VP V a l.oser Wishes to Continue After Knock. I (mtu i rtrfrrer Sn;a Vo. ..m. Coney stopped Arthur Pelkey In I a lime less man two rounds at th" 1 Fairmont A. C last night. Arthur and Jim cr iwded onsidernble lighting Into I the two rouniln their battle lasted. It ' "as a hall talser all the waj I The end rainu Just before the en,l nf th second after l'elkey hn.l been floored cleanly with a right to the Jnw. l'elkey took the full count and when Im got up ' jit "1111111" Keferen .loh didn't like the ! light 111 his eye and so eeut him to his corner, i-eigey protested that lie was In- "'S sirved with hasty pudding, but Job. llisNI... nnd It was over 1 e'key guvc Coltey ills ius long as he "i k.u n moneys stouiacn in trying to g.-t clear he ran Into the ,h, .,,., ,,. WRESTLERS IN BAD SHAPE. loliimbla lean, Has I.f tl.- dinee tu lleni Prliicrfon Tu-nljibl. c'liViiinuei- .rl 'I shoulders ami caiillllnwer ears has put half the Veterans of the Columbia wrestling team on the Infirmary list, so tint the chances or defeating Princeton In the ' Mornlngslde Heights gymnasium to-night l'l'ir " n Poor. Joo bhlmmon has " " eea ami is nui epecicu ,n u-eeuito i u..,.. ,.n.i 1.- n.. ....i.. ...... th, l.-leln. '...w- ..- ..',. m.- ,- iu mi- ni HTI u I d ueiis.on wi.ia)JS,. reached. . -'l '" i-enoi-iion is tno only man lo mid-season shape. Ii. Cleveland, a ... , , , , , .' ' .' " '" . """ ."y vt-resllei ill I in 17.". timintl clnuu n.hll. ,, , , .... i rinii-ii-iii hi in ilia null m mo heavyweight bout. Howry will wrestle In the I5S pound class, , Montnomerv , being badly In need of repulra. C. Ho'e , W bn hU1)pl.intcd by A. Cohen ot last yP,r's team. A PascarelH, In the IU. ,,min( el.iss. Is tho only mnmber of the )0.im w), Htnrt Il8 uauay I , , . . . . . , y J -J tilU LtALjUliKO ilN 1 Mb tbUU 1 H jacKSONVILMJ. lis.. Msrch t. Prom the moment he arrived here Nap I.ajole ''as been full of spirit nnd energy He f(1)n (n (hn Ath,t,,.B. ,fthem ,,f training at Ihclr i-imp here and Is et- tin an en.iuiiil.. for the younger nun. pHTIlllHllltllll. Pla.. Msrch I. All hands In the Phillies' blvuuiio aru looking r.irunr.l lo next .Minnlny, when the llrst ' I'.f,1.1.!." r.. V" ''.RlW::'. '.l-.i!.'." "I."." V "'. ".'"" i i s. men iiuvo reo,ri,-u n even linna Itlxey. tin. t c! y In good ronilitlon. an pitcner, wno orte-i Drrur.i ists DAWmN HPIHNOH. ICy.. Hsrcili t llabe A.Ihuis Is the llrst of the I'lttiburg 1'ir.ites to arrive In re for nroll mliia rv j.ouls Cnrdlnuis, iiui urrlval here, are -, niit-ainr farm. unil ullltTstiir farm, on the -third an umimn- intuit purg snu on ins rourin a gen link, TAMPA, Pis., Ittroh 4 Itoftr Urnu- GIANTS SPRUCE UP AS SUN DRIES MUD Lively Session in Afternoon, With Kcgnlnrs Butting to Ilccrnit Fielders. MrOHAW LIKES BHAtNAUDI Mahli.v, Tex., Maroli 4, John Mc draw worked his ball players to-day until they wero plenty tired, and their fntlgtio was duo In part to having to skip about In the mud. There wcro Inches of the latter commodity following the heavy rain of yesterday, and It was a disagreeable day all mrontul. Hut Mctlraw didn't purpose losing: two days In succession. So he put tho crowd through a session In the muck In the morning, and In the afternoon, with Min and wind to do some drying out, he put In a Rood deal of real baseball practice. ' Medicine ball stunts formed a large imrt of the day's; doings. Various new wrinkles were devised In passing the heavy sphere around the ring of men, through tho legs, overhead, bouncing It along the ground In close circles and In wide circles. All of this was calculated to exercise muscles all over the Iswly and take off weight I'oll l'errltt stuck to tho medicine ball throughout his llrst day of practice as a (ilant. lie didn't do any pitching, nor did .Mnniuard. The Held was too soft when tin players llrst went out In tho morning to do anything more than tlnd comparative good spots and throw back nnd forth. McClraw sent a catcher to position, took his own stand behind the box and worked pitchers In relays. He had Cook, Olnss, Flanagan, Hlttcrl Irtckson, Tos reau, Huenke, Williams, Tress, (.'halniert and Scull on the mound. Ily the time tho last four had ivnched their turns the ground was dry enough for batting and the swatters went to It In th fol lowing order: Hums, llescher, Dojle, l.obert. Fletcher. Snodgrass and Merklc. Murra, ilrant, Thorpe and lleatty alo lilt with this siiuad, but llr't sub stitutes. Matty and Kromme put In pitching practice m the afternoon and Matty br.c7.ed them thtougli pretty lively for .- w ni the year, watching tititn with a critical eye. Mcih.iw g.i- a good deal of atten tion to bunting In the morning, while in the afternoon he had the players hit the ball out. Willie the bunting was oil a young Infield was In position to study defensive nngles ugalnst that sort of warfare. This colt combination was dif ferent from any that had preceded It, having Holke at first. Heed at second. Kores at short nnd Uratnard at third Hralnard lias played all Inlleld place, catchers. Smith. Marshall nnd Wendell. Several of the players sisirted their new sweaters, which are black, tilmmed with red of sufllclent vividness to brlghteu up a soinl)ro day. The gar ments look to be ns serviceable as they are ugly and In the intter regard they are conspicuous. MciTraw Is likely to take a young team over to Dallas to-morrow for the two games there. BROOKLYN SOCIETY THERE. Auto Mi.ht tjttenilnner Yrster.lsiy Hest S.i l'p of Week. Society day at the llroolclyn atitonio blle show yestenlay wns inarke-l by far the largest crowd that thus fur lias iass-.l through the gates of the Twenty third llegimeiit An irmnri" wli,.r th.. hlinw Is being held. As the show progresses from dav to dav the number of visitors grows larger Thus early, this being the fourth day of the show, nearly every ovlilhltne hns mnili. riinr.- sites than at nil thieo previous exhibitions held In Hrooklyn. This Is more than encourag- In to the dcalcin and It seems that the "huv ut home" spirit Ins finally caught a. strangla hold on Hrooklynlte- To-duy wll! be known as military and , rluli day Col. Krank Norton nf the Twenty-third Heglnient has Issued Invi tations to every ofllcer In the to-rvlce of f 'licit. Sam In Hrooklyn. The niajorll) ' of the army men will be In full military drcs. HEIGHTS CASINO GETS JUMP. nents liiiiilrnrond l'leld Cloh In first llnlf of S.innsh MiUch. On the home court vesterdav the ! Heights Casino suuash tennis team won haf , tt home and home test i I'.nglowood Field Club The l 'entertain on their own co ' Wednesday, The summaries: ' .. .,,,,. 1 ,',. '!;. ,.'?w . (I.V Vi'' . ",V'.n .' six out of seven matehffl In the tlrst with '.he bssers will court next .ufc tto.i 'a. L. '.M.irvln'ti: i. 1.'. 2. is-':! H. iloep.1 ill C ). defeatr.i li Poole (r..i, r'''lv' fn fj' ;,': It li, T It'lggs (II f I. defeated t' llaillll- ,n (Kil, isu, it M, T. II. Hi..ir.li.y v , ' V-- .v. rltarul II ends Turf and Field. Tho annual meeting of the Turf and i.-i..,,i ro..K I. .la ...... .i. r in'i too one ,ie, .rri- ni,,. itu.i inr fim.inff olllcem vt-ere elected (or th. "- - " yTi President, F. K. Slurglsj vice, President, Henry W. Hull, treasurer, John li Cowdln ; secretary. John (1. Livingston ; asslttant secretary, II. A. Ilucl:. Fr.derlrk Kernochun. Joseph Mtevens and IMward F. Whitney were elected governors of tho club. , v . m, i . . ,m. . ban Is setllng the pace for his Chicago Cutis and If he Keeps on hs' he li ih begun he sill leave tho training camp a much th'nner nuinnKcr Among oilier thlnzs Honor I'"" perpetrated Is pl.ijlnc third biiai.. Iln buys ho liken to make long lob throws m-rniH tin. dlanionil At the close of each day' i-rsctlci he lends tho JoKltera on their mllo bike around the park, PASO ItOlll.IM, Cal.. March ..Muni ger Itovvland of the While Ho Is doing his utmost to bring 111k IM Walsh's arm tiack Into shape, lie hus utlowed the vet eran to take It cHMj- In pruetlrii thus fur Walsh haa been plut-ed In churgn of the second team, to inaniigii It on lis many little side Jaunta fur practice r iinri. Hut when tb.i tetiin starts fur home Walsh will he with the Itrat squad, which will travel the Southern route, so- he can get the beni'ilta nf tho wsnn weather. SAN ANTONIO, Ten., March 4. So nviny of the Cleveland American player nrn ynungiitorn that Manager lllrinlngham Is having trouble to krep them from over doing training In their efforts to outshine one another. Thomas, Iln. Iters. Hartiarx unit Shields huva been doing linpressli e Inlleld work Arr.incunriit' huvt- l.,u completed for giinics with the Pittsburg Pirates at New (Irleaua on April 3 ami 4 C1IAItl.OTTi:sVII,I,i:, Vs , Murch 4 Joe lloehllng Is receiving special attentlnn rrom Couoh Juck llyuii of the Henulori. The southpaw In forbidden to use fur morn than one workout of half an hour dally tbe arm he Injured tait year. Field lug buras ! Is taboo for him, DODDERS PLAY GOLF AND BALL. Hnln Keeps Them (In Klnmond, but .Not I'rom I, Inks. Datto.va, Kin,, March 4. Haiti came pretty near shutting out tho Hrooklyn Nationals to-day. l.ast night nnd this morning a tropical rain foil. This did not keep several of tho players off tho golt links ncross the Halifax Hlvet Manager Hoblnsnn led the pack over the eighteen holes and came out with the lowest score. .lako Daubert. who tnnde quite a reputation last winter as a shot, took on Lew McCarty In a clay pigeon shooting exhibition, getting 23 out of SR. In thu afternoon nearly three hours of good solid baseball work was done. A diamond was laid out, ati.l practice at running out hunts and eliding the bases was Indulged In for more than an hour. Dick Kgan arrived In camp to night. Ton mule teams and twice this num ber of negroes were at wotk on th Held nit diiy distributing loam In nn effort to have It reudj for Satuiday's practice garni. A game also will be played on Htimla) H ginning next Hat unlay tiers will be a game played exnry day until the club leaves for the North GERMANS STILL HOPE TO HOLD BIG GAMES Letter From Berlin Contains News Tlmt Olympics Have Not Been Ahnntloiietl. Herman has not yet given up hope of holding the Olympic games wt Iter. Iln In I'.'IO, according to the latest word from abioad. John J. Mel Inch, Inspec tor of athletics of the. Public School Athletic League, received a letter from ('art Diem of tho (.ieiman Olympic Com mission yesterday In which the latter stated that the International games surely would tak" place. Mr Diem said that preparations were going on slowly and that the wnr was not too severe u handicapping to th development of a Uermun track team. Ho is at present In the hospital, where he is recovering from wounds received in th. lighting In northern France, wheie he, took a prominent part, and was rewarded b being promoted to a Lieu tenant, y Mr. Dl.ni visited ili. country two y..,irs ago, when l.e took back wltn him Alvin Kraenzleln, formerly of tho t'nlversity of l'ennslvania. to cojeh the tierman Olympic team. Krnrnileln, how ever, r. turned to America at the out break of tho wai. PLAN NEW SWIMMING LEAGUE. Imlirrst. HutHi-rs. Tnlon. Cornell and Othr f m ' r.irm tin.. .Manager Krnrst Killnger of the Co lamb. a swimming team dulled )et-rday the report that Aiuhe;st had Inen llght.sl after being Invited lo apply for mem-bei-Mip in t'ue Iii'er'-oltegl.itc Swimming Leiigin laliugei. who also l se.Tetarv ..l In-' leiiVui, said although the gencrtd Impression was that Amherst mid Union had applied fot admission and had hem denied until tin.) had formed water polo teams, that no such thing ever occurred, They never applied otlkUlly, It was said that Yale led the opposi tion and would not '.et Amherst Into the league on 'lie ground that the live nil-l-g-s Columbia, I'rl-ic, ton, Pennsyl vania. Vale and City College wei e enough, and that fuiy uddltlon would links- 'lie circuit too cumbersome. Korly last fall Piof Nelllgan uf Amherst ap plied for the conditions under whleh entries could b- made for the Individual inter.'oll.giiiti-s without having a team swim i-i th- round robin tournament, lie was n-istireil that there would be two open event-,. Hut no entrv blanks wen sent Mm and the ..vents weren't held. Ainoers' hits sounded some of the col leges with swimming teans- and It Is Mild a rival league Is under way. C c N'. Y 11111) dtop out of the lesigm- and Join Amhi-is:, Uutgers, I'nlon. Swarth-min.-, Wesleyan a 1 i I prolrvbly Corneli In their attempt to stmt a new circuit Th. itidliiilui.l .'liatnpioushlps wil) b held to-moirow at Yale. I CANADIANS TO PLAY HERE. PrufesslmiHls Prom Over tlir Mur der Will He nt ItliiU. Woid W,le r.H,leil flulll Munliea! yesterday that the I'aiindlan Pros, ,me of tho strongest pi of. sslnnal teams of the Dinillilon, will pi ly tho winner of the ottawa-Wandeiers match at the St Nl.-holas I link In a two game serle otlaw.t and the Wandereis will meet to-inorrow night In a gamu wh.rh will decide the champloiihip of the I'.itunll in ' league. The. two game mhtch at the local rink Is js-diedulrd for March IS and '.'a. the aggregate scores to deter mine the winner, which will piny i)ueb here on March 23 nnd 21 A pmse nf I H'.finn wltl he divided among tile plaers on the three teaiiin that will compete here. The St Nicks will strive to-night to 1 hold their position at tho top of the Amateur Hockey League In u game against the Irish American A. C The latter team, although at the tall end of the league. Is expected to give the SI Nicks a tough tussle, because of the showing uga.nst Itoston last week. Should the Celts succeed In beating llobey ll.iker's crowd the St Nl -ks wl i drop o second place h-hlnd the Hos. tonlans, and will have, to beat the Huston , team here next Thursday night to get a i tie In the series Coliitubln llrnts ., V, f, 41ninnsts. Columbia gymnast won from New Vork l.'nlv erslty ii the Mornlngside Heights gym last night. Ill points lo 2i. H. .1. linik's performance featured the Him- and While work. lie won at tumbling and on the side horse, b.Mldes gelling second on the horizontal bars and third at club swinging. N, V. I', bad only ICopchozsky entered on the ting? and Columbia, theiefore took sec ond and third without competition, ttllfon was somewhat of a disappoint ment to' N. Y. I', lie timely won on the horizontal h.irs and lost to Hhad Kanikar on the parallel bars II I Me 'Irani Plnnned hy . . f. Plans are being made foi the orga,il station of a rlflo team at .New Vork Ulllvelolty Clin. II, the malinger of the basketball team, annoutu'i'd ester day In tho student organization meeting that the pinject has Iho hearty Indorse ment of tho faculty. If the scheme goes through tho loam will practise In the new Pordham ainiory Coliilubln five (in tit Cornell. Thif Columbia basketball squad ten players, .Miinager Itoberts, Coach Fisher and Trainer Mesas - left last night fur Ithnca, where Ilia. Hluo nnd White will mi ct Cornell for tho second tlmo Ihla year. Caldcr was In poor Hhapc, suffer ing from a bad cold. The team also will play Hochester Saturday night, fruxnl Aids Stevens Me veil. The Kiev ens Institute liockev. team, with (iov.tl, also of the Crescents, play ing tovcr, won from St Peter's I'ollegn seven hist night at St. Nicholas I link by 7 goals to none, Crovnt was a tower of stretigith, scoring four goula. TRAVIS WORKS WAY INTO THIRD ROUND If n lis Awny From Powers nnd I Will Meet, Thompson in ! His Next Mutch. HOHKSOX DOWN'S nTXTKH 1 Pl.NKIlftisT, N. C March I. To-day's J second match play round In tho annual 1 spring golf tournament provided eev- eral elosn matches In the first division. I As expected, Walter J. Travis ran away ftou- W W. Powers of lt"'hester. 7 and I, and inove.4 forward to meet .1 M Tlioiii' r or Spring llivcn who dis posed of C. M. Hansom of Huff.tlo oil the eighte. nth green. In the lower half of the briu ket .1. C. Pirrlsh. Jr., f Iho National Club found Dr tl. T. (Jregg of Onkm uit a tenacious opponent, who lasted until tho seven tienlh green, and 1. S. Hobeson of Oak I Hill sprang a mild surprise with a 1 up 1 victory over Hubert Hunter of Wee Hum. The P.irrlsh-Oregg match ntttacted a good dial of attenthn and It was nip and tuck lo tin- turn, where the scorn was all even. 1'arrlsh gained the lead on the twelfth but lost on tho thltteenth, won the fnurtoitith, halved the nct two hole and cllni hed the match by 2 and 1 with a .1 oil the seventeenth. Tho summaries- I'irs' llM-i"H Se c .111.I ltr.mi.t--J "I niotiipson .-.prllig ll.i-.eii li.-m ' M Il.m -in Huffs 1.1, : ill' Walter J. Tr.l- )m r.leti Cl-y. I.ea W Powers. It h - er. : and J r,irrl-h. .lr . National !,eut l.r .1 T ilregg. u.ikmi.nt in. I I. I .- Itobes.itl Oak llll . llfMt It il'tr Hunter. Wee Hunt. 1 up , I'otisiiUtliiii. Klrst ll.iuiid- C f Mi Dan il.l, l.iiiil.lon 1-sKi A 1. 1 "urr. Itellcvu, 1 nn.t 1 W li Trii. s,. r I'm Hill- Lei' 1 sin-, lesan! Iro. N'..i.ii!. hy default .1. I- ilulif.irit, Inter il. ltej' l J Mur- nhj Wall 'stun. .; ami 1 II c Knwnes II, 11.1111, hst ,1 II 'la nil. l'hey I'hil-e. 1 up - J J holes. '. nnd Division .second Hound--It II. Hutu neat K li Wilbur. .1 Hi-rtram l.ea- .' I. .tones. .- I. ll. k T IreH T. Hell... It .' sbnnnoii J.l bes-N' .Mm-l.iKhlln. TH 1 1 I Division. .-ioin! Itound (t T Diitilsii lw- T II li'iyil J I- llowni.ni ' i.e. it l II Msr-Kenrle. V Presbrry beat -.t I Clinpmsti It. A. Ili.lfe 11-at O W. f.-srsoii Kiiurth Division Second Itound " C. M ,re hest .1 A. lledlfr D K Knowlton j. ... r K t!ln. II II Meridian beat D. IMrsim. W A n'Hrlen be it 1 II I.sy KUtll DIMsl.,11. .-leeoli.l It'lllli.l -.1 It. Tow'e h .It C K Tter V A-ldefsoil I., i- W W P'anktlig'np I IlireUy heH v i " itii'slvvln. J c M.-I.auirhlln beat T It Palmer p .-ith Division. Se,on,l Hound W K. Itrl. n neat It I' Mitchell. I W Irwin lien- II J Itohertson. Jr. II I) Wuiers ii-At W II. Chllds. .1 V Harnes lisit It K.e.le sv.-ntli Division. Second Hound I. Wr.etilin bent J I Walsh. W T flsll lie i H 1' Hurt. M A iron bent D C. Iluiiisejr. C D Morris beat D !. HlBh'Il DUIsl.iii Ne. .in. I llnutld V K Il'.e.ett beat f II Hurtm (1 W Wutts neat P W iiienrer. A II. Alley beat K c Hal.. M. Turner beat o W Snillb. Ninth Division sv on, Hiund II K ' Zlltel l,e,it 11 N tl'IOVer W II Nichols. .Ir be!- J T Nenton II D McClbe beat I V lleekliisn. .1 II Hi.br Jr. bent II K..st. r Tellttl Dhlslnil Seoil Itound W I. O'.-.mnor bT O H Ksinii. H Swlnert lies' I' llrliikerhoff II W iVooOman . tn at It. c. Ilioi". T T UK's.in beat P , T Ulll-oo CHURCH IXORTOA CHAMPION. Wrests Plonl I'rom Jones In IIHIK Innf l"le et Mnlch. Pai M ncicit. Fin. March t ( M Chutch. the Intercollegiate champion fr ni Prlinoton. won the l-'lorldn singles tennl- rhamptonshlp to-da ver J D K. Jone. a former flhode Island cham pion from Providence Kiv-- sets were neiesar Jones look. d to have the advannge In the final set when the scoro -dood 3-1 In his faV'.r. hut Church, after a series of double faults and several sir kes out of court, came back and pulled out the rnt. h by a hr lli.int tully. " The si ores in the men's doubles and mined doubles t'll the smry of these matches, nt nil were won via the straight set route with the favorites the victor In each event. The summaries- l".ir.1.i singles Championship, Fins! ItuuiiJ !. Si. Church. T.'itll). defeat. I .1. D tones. Provident 3- '. '- ' vlenV p.vut.1. s Church uti'l 1 '. Inmnn ilef. i;..i It 11 1 1 n .- and ImiisI.is I'.ilre, .,1.1 MUe.l Il.nih ,-s. fecnn.1 l',oun-l Mrs lt.rijer Ws ' ich no! T I'-! defe.-.ed lr Mllt in Work .Hid il P ll-vati. 'I t- -I. Mls Consiali.e II. l.er.o.i mid P T l r.-.-i gtiiivs. n .1. r . ' M. Marie Whim, y .,rij ll.iv, -nej er Hu.'. t , I JUAREZ RACINGRESULTS. first lure Plve and otiehi!f furlongs lik. Atgetit. 10.', idreeni, ."-1 to I. 10 io I nn I .. to I, won I. out. Dest'Ot-n'-t-, 110 iTiMon. 10 to 1. 4 'o I it ml to 1. ou,! . Itu suiiid. lit.' i lb rnnson i, i to t. to 1 ulld even, thirl T'-tie. I t: 1-5 Hlu- H irer. Itxvenhsii. CI tl-linas Daisy, .'tpialn I.liidsley. An), time. Uloo. Ulna, -laorse Kurine slid Joe llusbcr also ran Second It ue -.ill" mile- Dive Montgom ery t: i.larneri. J to 1. to r, and t to !. won. ul.llvion. Di7 iCIirki. 10 to 1. 3 to 1 nnd 8 io i. second. Dannie's lliick toi (Mutt I, il io T. to ,i and out. third Time. I 15 Zsngiree. Austrl. Mol'le l id. Pedro, Tattler, otl.o and Mike Donlln also ran Third Itace Seven furlong I.enore. 90 il.upitllei. 1 In 1, : "i I unl even, 'von, Minnie P. ITi i Louder i . S to S. t to '.- and out. serolld. I.elllgh, KIT (tlreelil. I lo ). H to "i and I to third Time, I V. Petit llll. Charles Kox. No (Juirtf- C W K'-ntion and Iteora-i' iixnard also r in fourth It. ice Pit and one-half furlongs -M.iJiiilk. 1"! (Carrot: t. ' to 1 s to " mil I ii '.. won; Luke vine. 1P1 iflrntn-i 4 to I, 7 tn r, and 7 to til, .ecmd Hex Iti ich. KIT, i Molesworllil. to '.. I to 1 aed inn. 'hud Tlnie, 1-lll-S Whims. Tnrv Mul.l and Mex also ran l'.f'b Hate live and on. half furlonss --Csfrinnr, t"0 tOsrnerl, 5 to 1. : to l and even. won. Orlni.ir l.ud. 11'. inicei. 5 to 1. even and 1 to second. VrMo forty. I"', i.leniryl. to to I. 1 to I and 3 to 1. third Tims, lit "i-. I'l.ment iry. Judge lit US. Thistle Helle Corse. IJlll.i - nunc -i ti.l ltoslrli also nn Sixth ltace- Seven f .irloni Ae i IP rn don. si ii'tirneri. I 'o 1 x to ' in I to 10. wnn Hob Lynch, iln u. ntrvi t tn I to 1 and even, second M,ihe Dulweber, S2 1 1 a-11 r V I . S lo I. .veil ulld 1 to " third Tim- I .11 Ida I'lnick. Single Toe. Stolen Vnte. ,i-e O'N. H ind Nweil. Sam .iUo run HAVANA RACINGllESULTS. First Hare Six furlongs purse 1100 three-veur-ol Is n cl up w unl selling--! el low Kyes. lilt (Ural). I to .. I to J and out. won. (.old C.i p. Ill i ll ol re i, .1 tn 1. .even Ulld 1 lo J. second. Wo f's Piths till (1linilivl, 1,'. to t, to 1 and to I third Time. I 1.'. 5 .1 fllltv. liver the Sands Miss I'riinltv friiinix and I'.vigton also nn Sacolid llioe-SIX rurlolisTs. purse H00 three vear-olds and upward, selling Met ropoili.tn. It-' iJ.inesi, -.' io 1 4 t. s unrt " o 1. won. .Molsaut, 10.', ir.,;, iniO i m 3 7 lo 10 Hint I to !1 et-ound AtNeer .toe 1U9 iT.ii.Hii i. IS lo 1. .'. tn 1 and '.' to I, 'third Tlnie. 1 lr, l-.l ltac. II berdush Plectrlrliin, Major llelt and Mortgle a' ii run i Ttilrd ltace five nnd a half furlong puis.- fltnii, three. veur obis and upnurd !slllng -Inferno Queen, 10', u'oli-mnni, I 'to 1, to 1 nnd ev.n. won. Monitlef. 115 . (Wrlspem. .1 tn 5, 1 to II and out. second , l-'reil Levy. 107 .(lurtncri. l.'i to 1 to 1 and : to I tlllr I Time. 1 (ix 4 The Lurk. Hidden l.-i-oio strome Catharine Turner Vlax and Transimrl uUn ran ' fourth Hue. live ond a half fur. on. 'purse moo. ihre. -veiir-uliti .i ml iipivard ! selllnir-- D ikoia. 107 (Coleman I. II to 10, I to ' mid 1 to I, won, KNevchere lor, d'ltri. 4i to I, 1 m I utul I to n, sec ond. I'.tivv. 10., 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 v ) . n to 1, : to I and a veu, third Time. I 04 Sackcloth, Faithful I'b-a-s Wi-'l. , Hs .lean and Ynr.i also rjn Fifth It. K e One in le purie l.ll'i -r e veur olds lll.l upw 'rd s, i, t,g lout e I 'li III 107 ll'ltZl II tn ,i, 4 lo imt to t, non Quick Stan. 107 iCoieiiiiini s to I ti to a una J to a, second Napier. 114 (Tapllul. 6 ' to I, : to 1 and 4 In 5, third Time. 1,13 DO, King Hadfnrit, Hen Pres., Charley Mcl-'erran and Coreopsis nlso run, GARDNER FINALLY IN FORM. Heals .Mllhlirii, 1(1(1 to Sin, After (ielllnu I'oor start. TOfltN.VMIINT hTATIHTIff. High Arg IP to) K,.l II ln-21 ; nu- j 40-l.i 11 15-3', 7 :;-4t Mich Hun is 4: 17 r.r, r.t "f. 31 w. . t , l j , i i . i .Mejer I'oKKe ninirg . I.or.l Aililiutn. .. Heildon tlnr-liier Huston Pmi.APKt.i'im, .March 4. Play Jn tho amateur intlonal chnmploiishlp IS ;2 balk linn billiard totirnnmeiit was re sumed at the Union League to-day. lalwiiid V. (lardncr, tho champion, nnd Hugene Mllburn of Memphis had Double In getting started n their gaino this afternoon. It was not until tho tenth Inning (hat the ch-implon showed anything like form, when he gathered a pretty In the ftiotteeiith frame, after Mil- lltlltl llfid I'llllllill.xl ''t lltn 11., Il,i, , ,i in got his stroke and before-fulling down' on a slow draw shot had pushed "a i points up on his scon-. This run was i Plete with all sorts of good shots. The score: (Isrdner -i. 9, 1. S, :, 10. 4, 2, , .m, . u. ;s. So. v 1. n. I. i a. is. .1. 5, . I 0. IP, 0, 0, 0. :, x:., Total, -v... msn run, a, AVt-rsg,., 11 lfi-55. .Mliiiiirn r,, o. ii. . ;, i. io, j, s, it, ! 0. SI. in, ", fe, j, j, j;, i. g, 6, j " t'. 5. o, n. o. u. ,io. i. n. Total, sis. Illsh run. 3. Airr.ne, ii 1,,.3I. Jos.pli Mayer of this oity outctarscd Corwln Jluston of Detroit In the night game, It") to S3. Tho Phlladelphlan played a consistent game. There wero rull." 500 women spectators present. Tin- scire: Huston:.. s. o. i, j, , 4, j, o, 5 .' 3. 2. . 0. s 0. 5. I" t i i i n il Total, H3. High run, Is, Average, 3 U-2t' . I. 37. n. (I, n 1, j. .; 3.-. ,j. II, 0. 0 U. .'i To'.'. 4H0 High run. M Avor age. ir, !..'. . CURLEY STILL TRYING TO CONVINCE JOHNSON l'i"s Kl I'ns'o Hiisines Men's "iiiir.'intee ns Argument for Juarez. Kl. Paso, Tex.. March I Tom Jones, manager of Jes Wlllard. received a cablegram to-da fiom Jack Curley. promoter of .-he proposeil light between Jack Johnson nnd Wlllard at Juarez, slating that he was still working on Johnson with a view to getting" him to come to Juarez. "1 have reeelv-d the assurance, of Kl Paso huslness men guaranteeing Johnson protection into Juaiez and ou; uf Mexico again," cabled Curley, "and I am placing this guarantee before thoj big ncgio with a view ot trying to get; him to come to Juarez." Jones devland positively that he will I pot take Willanl i!o Havana unless h obtains bis money In advance. "1 am sum that tho bout would be stopped," I said Joins. "Our syndicate already Is: out Jl0i'0 on this Juarez light, and I , am not going n step toward Havana, unless nn money b put up in advance. 1 will have to g.c back what I havo spent nnd see Wlllard's money for the light also In my hands." Jones claims to hold 7n per cent of the stock in the syndicate that was I to have promoted the Juarez tight. Jones exptessed a v illlncn. es to go sc Hueiue- A, ii" for Ti-.x III. hard If John eon Is afraid to come to Juarez. Hxvxna, March 1 Nothing definite hns been devlded regarding the Jack I Johnson-Jess Willanl bout. Jack Cur liy let It he known to-day that ns is solldtlng subscriptions from the lo cal hotels, seeking a total of 1 0.000. 1 which Indicate he hope to h.txn the light lure.. Tito hotels probably will' .ice de to his nqntsts The rivalry between owners of virlous sites con- ' tlnuee. but the stadium Is the nvst .' likely to be chosen. 1 I o.llllierce Cnllft Off Pally Swim. The ll'gh School of Commerco for-t-ita-tl to Pailx Prep yesteralay the scheal- ' tiled diril -.wininilng me. t .c the Six tieth street baths, on the result of which tin- i it.v runmploir-hlp w.i to have been ' dvldti. Poly. ii a result of Commerce's non-.ippenr.inc". claims the title, having , defeated eva-iy .,'hei sthi-ol In tin1 city. It was said that Commerce swiinme.s b.i.l made invc-tlgatlons ra-g.irdln the j ttrnngtli of the Polv I. am. Vc.xterday Co. nil Call It'dnerliam of Conunerce telephoned Cl.llr 3. Allen tihvslcal ill-recto- of Poly, and notllleil h.ni p would lie Impossible for the -.fhooW to meet Allen deti.ii.d iat night that the mat ter would be taken up with the Com- 1 tnerce faculty Ritchie Admits He Has Been Working Full Year Preparing for F. Welsh Willie Hltchle. let the cat out of th bag -xterdav Willie fes-.ed up ulld ndmlttiil that he has h" tl work'ng e cretly fur neatly a car, getting hlm alf ready for a crack at the man who gently, but lltmly ra-moved the light weight ciown from hU noble dome It didn't s.em Hisslble that a man could walk Into a i; mn.islum tight on tho teel nnd box and wotk as will as Kltdile did two or thieo days ago and be u tit n ho was He-ddis that, he w.is but a few pounds oxer the ti quired weight for next Thursduy'o tUhL When confronted with these facts th little Callfoltilati B.tt up on the rubbing table vcsicril.iy and sail; "Uvtr since I lo-. th.- 1 1 1 Is- to this fellow Welsh it has been my dream to win It back ftoni him. I know I can stop nil the men he liaa pulled around In these shoit bouts. I wont back to California inn! sneaked uwa to the mountains. I worked hard, but never let the woild M.ow that I wax doing so I knew Welsh would duck nm i hoped for n twenty round lsiut. but a tn minute talk with Pollok and WeMi convitiCa d tin- that they never Intend to give tno a chance to gain a df-i-don. I think now I wis lucky tn even get tlili opportunity And my palm etlll Itches I want to be champion, l'.im.i Is only a rose on a dead man's chest, bu' give me rosei--plcnt of them ' Scotty Miintlc'b informs us that nn Now Ready On Draught and In Ihtttle Everywhere llUADl.r..STON .v. Wlllit. Ilreivers and Hoi LOCAL RACING DATES TO BE FRAMED TO-DAY Meetinjr of tlie Joehey Oliih Ciilled. With I'lolmliilUy of ii Quorum. A meeting of the Jockey filth h?s been called for this afternoon and, pro. vlded n quorum Is presom, tm racing tlates for the season will In- decided For some tlmo the tint rulers havo b. en practically ready lo allot the dales, to Iho liutropolltati tracks. Mil th absence nf several members from th city his held back the meeting The meeting for to-day was called on short notice when It was found that enough stewards had returned to render a quorum likely. With the exception thai th.. com mencement of work on the Jainalca grand . and makes It probablo that the Metropotltnn Jockey Club will run oft Its meeting at that track, the situation has not changed slneo the allotment of tho Maryland .Infos practically outlined the metropolitan fixtures. The season will op-n on either Thurs. day. May 2U, or Saturday, May ri, th former dato being the morn likely, ns II will give two extra d.ijs winch will ho welcome now that Jainalca Is to be In cluded. The questi ii of fall racing, it la believed, Will be left over and may do pend on the patronigi- In the spring and the Intetcst shown by tho public Then Is nn doubt whatewr that when once the sport gets under wa thorn will be rac ing every day until the exodus to Sirn togu nt the end of July. It was said vesterdav that several oi tin- stewards were In f.ixor of starting the campaign at Aqueduct this sejison This will revert to the old order, wh-r. tint Carter Handicap was the list big event of local racing llelinont Pjrk. howuver. Is scarcely likely to give up Decoration Day so thai in case the open ing Is nt Aqueduct there will be only nine days racing beforo the scene shifts to llelinont. Piping Hock will cut Into the llolmont fixture for a couple of das early in Juno and when the llelmont meeting ends Jamaica probably will follow. The two tracks are close together and, as the stable accommodations at Jamaica r limited, many of the rarer- will remain at Helmont Park nnd walk -n-er for the .lav's racing, hltnp.ro Citv. as usu il. wll! wind up the racing hem m July. SHOEMAKER JUMPS INTO LEAD. Ontclnsses llyiiuili and Ileitis 111m b -cor- of 1 3.', lo S7. sTA.MHM, or im: pun i:it-. I'lavers .1 II SJioem.iker. II r itaynoMs. A 11 llMimn J t, Donnelly... II II. Ilsvvklns . V. P. tlray I t I.eivlne Won le.st PC I fB 1 SOU sf.0 mo ;ioi in d- J. II Shoemiker. the eh implon, took the lead In the amateur national pocket billiard tournament at the Amateur Milliard Club of New Vork last night, when he defeated A. M. Hyman by a score of 15 . to S" Previous to th game they were tied at I won and non l'M. with H. 1 Itiviol.ls Ilv-tn in now 's In third place Shoemaker d-splased true mastery r.r tin- cue. outclassing Hyman at evev department of filav pocketing bal's getting position ate! ploj'ng safe!) For a stretch ot four frnnns, from tlie tenth to thirteenth, Hyman outshone hi opponent, but liefore and utter that bright sit he wa eptlrelx out of hie aieiiient. The del on I score. Sh.-mnk.r- tl 1, 11 It. 14 : tt 11. ,'. 1. i. . II. 7. Kl 14- IS e. r it, h f '. lllsh runs and ?! HvniHli J 1.1. .1. ti 0. t: 1 S 15 10. 15. n. 7. I 0 7 eVra'ches ; Hicb runs t ' Atel 13 John O Donnelly, the xounc Harlem player, strengthened bis posit mi. m fourth plat-o In the standing by defeat, ltig IMwanl P flray former ch.in,pn.i.. In the afternoon game. !!." to M Don tiellv h,i otilv one more gano to play In the touruameiit. It is nga.nst II. 11 Hawkins Should lionnclU wu, he wi., hold fourth place nloiu If he loses to Hawkins the lolt.r will tie with loin for fourth position (it.it hv his defeat dropped Into H tie for l.t-t place with 'rving S I.ewine. Vs both Limine and ilrny have finish.. I their games thev will hold Ike cellar ch mpn-n-hlp. but mav have -o shnie it wuli I1.iivi,i-is ii the latter Is be .ten b Dfin.iliv ilra.v played well In tin c.ih f in.es. but foil by tin- WMv-qde I. tier on. '.v'nl. Iinnnebv finished strong (Da- bad i l.'gh run of l!a and four ti-,a ... ), i,. pon t.'lly had flv.i scr'ttcha-s .unl a high run ot 15. offer hns com- from Juarez for Dumb to meet tlen.i Iii'iihi .. th, s-.xentv round route on Mr h t. T'i r makes !t look ns though torn. u,idv s go'ng t get some of the ui"iev -l ttle bir.ns urn taking Into Kl Push il-ir.ng ' r it. xentlon wca Tha' .rovvl nf lefp-vae rowbis w.,s supposed t be Jack Cur ley's net egr 11.. jiir?i 'li' there would lv at least b, of those real necked sons of the jlu'ns In Kl Pa nround fight time, and anv one nf them was guild for u bought aid paid for at I the promoter's ow n price I Montbth dnen t favor the Juarez trip I Scotty wants to get Cr.-x n New Vork Th" li.in.cr A C. hi" nftered $ 4.000 for the match If Dundee .hrashe Cross he would Just ,iha-itii vv iltz into a maicb I with WeNh. There are a lot of nelgh 1 bor's children who th'nk Dundeo c.iti take the prlde.it Pont.) -prldd Intocsmp John the Hat her has ntfered to rri Willi." lleavher '.. lit lp Willie P'trhlc ti,iin John wnn HUH title to lie strl.-tly a Star and Stripes affilr and If Hltchle wlsh.'s his Wee Willie for sparring puitinr all ho hss to do to r'.nr Joe Cnldberg lakes ami her Nv Vo-k tyvw to-night at t 'o P oi -et ! Jol.nny Driiii-.'a i- , . zen b ctcd t i .-op- , . ' 1 .1 . - hit ,lne in it 'ill n pt ' tie' r Mc i -. '. w .' I i " ' . jff