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rmnri 8 THE SUN, MONDAY, MARCH 8. 1915. Giants Run Wild on Bases to Keep WarmClarkson Quits Yankees Indoor College Games Annual Affair YOUNG GIANTS TARE FOOLHARDY CHANCES: Wnsto Runs in Oimio Won From Piilltis li.v Hunuitif; Wild on Huso, Paths. 1IRAIXARI) HEST II ITTKH ' Dallas, Tex.. March 7. Tho young (Hants drubbed thn Dallas ball team. c . ti I,.,. H,. nflrrnnon and ought , to have won about 10 to 3. They made enough base hits to havo ndded four more counts, but wasted runs In two " W ...... ". . . Va ... i i-h.- .....i. ' way. One wastage was duo to sad coaching at thirl base, which was rep. lchensible The other was thn result of constantly trying the hit and nin and double steal, which was not reprehen sible, although It didn't pan out. The plans along this line were all right in conception and didn't go through 1tecaun the new spongy ground mill- I tated against speedy running and there was no wild desire on the part of the tourists to hit tho ilrt when stealing. The (Si.tnts batted better than yester day, when they faced curves and splt tcrs for the first time this year. They weren't as much bothered by the hooks ns yesterday. They rapped out hits In profusion in the fifth and sixth Innings, III 11IUIOS.-,. .u .. i. .t.- '".V":. """Y' ' "V., .'J , . one side! had they waited to b hatted " conceding the Callfornian the pa in Instead of taking base running nal M" ' "f"t time she tries for It chanres , That ,f tllp l",rt "bout her talkative- However, whether the chnnco taking ' m ",n" " r"11"'1 "I"'". She certainly ... .1... . .....wi . i.,.iRI, could sween rltht throuch tho roneral .I.. ' " u.7.i.. ' I Z I inuiK iiui, I. v..i losiiii u.in.uiiai. . lutltfi- hrrullvA If h.tn,fl thn Titnverw to I keep warm As was tho case yester- . day the weather was wintry, only more . sn. If tho playoTs Iiadn't read in ! the papers that they were In Texas 1 they would have sworn they were In ! Alaska, but they mado a fairly hr.ive I front at simulating enthusiasm In the ' contest. 1 Huenke and Klrmaver were the young ! hoxmen who were tried out lo-d.iv bv , New York. The locals grouped three singles on Huenke In the socond In ning and that was all tho effective hit- tlnir tlfill ,N 'illil Then, tvntitrl hve been only one run off Huenke but for of l.astern women golfers may be found I fmi,, ,.Vr Chicago. Is going to the missed grounder by Hralnard. This 1 1" the fact that In the seml-llnal round I Terre Haute Country Club at Terrc transgression was pardonable because "f the Altadena tournament Mrs. Car- Haute, Ind. Charles 11. Iloffner. who of Jlralnard's stalwart hitting. He penter defeated Mlns K.itherlne Melius , Ma!, hen an assistant to Jack McDi-r-mado two doubles and a single and he, by 3 up and 3 to play. Miss Melius lllott ,lt Atlantic Cltv, has accepted a showed rare Mights of Hwlft ninnlng 1 made her mirk In the Hast In 1912. p,)Htim w-lth the Woodbury Country when travelling the bases. He and I'lez I when she played In the women's national cp, ltl om. tne jPr..y uburbs of shook a lively foot on the paths and Tier, was again conspicuous. He hit "'i reacneu imp semi-un.i ruuu.i w.i well and mado n cracking plav when'"'1" w,,y to the seml-tlnal she defeatel he grabbeil a drive off the left field . Marlon Holllns and Mlr Margery fllf ;tll.t tttrnW nlit t Vi Viotttr- a nan. on.I luse. In the two games here f the first rank. Thenlntheseml-fln.il HauJy has shone like n star. 111 Melius was only one down to Miss Jim Thorpe did nlco tlelillng nnd dls- Margaret Curtis, who was plating on pfaed a hit more aptitude w-lth the:11" ho" course and who next day bat than Is customary with him. He wt" "la iMp h' defeating Mrs. II. H. covered lots of gTound In right. The ( H.irlow In hollow fashion. e t fifing n n,i hinin f sn.ui, .. m. So If Mr. Carpenter ran beat Miss dent and artistic There Is much about i this player which bespeaks the finished workman. Most of the youngsters who were sent over here from Marlln havo ehowed up well considering the very unsuitable weather and looked good so far us these spring exhibitions are any J Index cf potentlaf ability. The only one who hasn't done any hitting Is Kores. Dave Itobertson him not given any brll- llnn! T.mmla., a. mnlrii tlnllur Knlnc Inclined to Hop around on fly balls, but i he has bie-n playing on a heavy, un- neM. i lie pcxir coarning ai mirn io-iiay was done by Flanagan, the pitcher. He let Tk,h n,i r..inn,rf , v,,. . , e out and He m ,?l he runners ne runners tain outs, the one with none the other with only one out. no e ion appaientiy io leu tne runners mi.t n.ng. nn.i at tna stage it was ioo m, ,a e a ,ong c, a ,ce ,or n. run. the Marlin fireside and tho Immediate tutelage of John Mcdraw. The scoie; HRW YOHK iN I. ) DALLAS (T I.l no r Ii P a ab r h pa Pfei.lf l'H-irbr.rf 1 3 Hralnar.1 ns Tuorpe.r! . Dnvle :h Kob'lK'n cf Kores.sb. . Holke tb... Mllltll.C .. M.lrhall,c . ?M,hwin,i. I OCroileh.ef.. 1 a M C'rlhi.lb oi'lark.lf . . 2 1 Morih If . e llrownl'w.sli I I Km!lrh.;t. 4 : lhinn.c 1 3 llrottn c. ... 2 0Mullen.li... I o lirady.p.. ., ; 0 1 1 3 -11 n , Y 0 1 t o 0 0 0 0 liuenKc.p . (lire I Klrm'yer.p 1 Total. 13:; tJ Totals . X". 3 : Batted for Huenke In the sixth inning Ke-York : 0 0 n : : 0 (1- Dallas 02000101) e 3 Errors Ttralnxnt. Sehwind. McCarthy. Kunk'li, 2 Kirsl bae on .rror-New York. J: Dallas, t Left on 1mm- New York. I'F'iVJ.."" "',7',';?,, ".r01:.'. .TJ"1'::.1: I nr Huenke. J. tiv Kirni.ni r'. hv Miilltn. 1 1 Two baie lilts- llr.unar.l. .': Kuaieii .i.ti nee l.yTliorie Stolen b.-' ltrnunlnw Double play llralii.iril. Untie nnd Holke; Dunn. S'-hiwii'l ami Dunn lllta Olt lluenki', h In live luinnss. oil Klrmaver. 3 in four In muffs; off Mullen, H in tlw innin.'N. oil l!raly, h In four Inniues t'mpire -J'onilrum Time 1 hour and 40 minutes BR00RTEDS SPEND BUSY DAY. llnnncrr l.rr Mnicei- llirl.(lj Vlo lafes Word Sllbballi Order. HtiowN's Wiiim. Miss., March 7 Manager I.ee Ma gee gut'o his Itr.xikted Hqund of twentv-folir iilu.ters a three hour workout to-day, b.'Ilrv ng that lie i was not violating the ti1ttrn.it u m of Hub ert H. Wnrl in regard to the pbolng of Sunday baseball by the team If he refrained fiom dividing his men Into two scrub teams. Although the wealhir wan chilly the men were perspiring freely when thej llnul goal was scored by Steve Utans'H team In the soccer football game. Ilioveri Land, the first strug catcher, received a slight cut over the right eve by being i hit with a bat which slipped from tho hands of .Iiui Dchirnntt while thn litlerl. - - was knocking out fungoes to the out- I fleldeis, lloweter. the big catcher w III f PFI-I continue training to-moirow V I 1 I 1 cigarette, smoking and the drinking of Intoxicants has been prohibited by Man Hirer MiiRPe and midnight Is the hour set for all to be abed. Any Infractions ... i.oe. , , im. ns, . it'iiil . punisnment aim preasiiuy .llmiHsal Tex Weslez I. the regular third basemati, I reported to-dt, IliisinefH Manager Dlok Carroll nounced the following schedule of ex hibition games March !fi and 17. Mis rlkHlppI College at Jackson. Miss. ; March IS, Cnitersltv ot Louisiana at Haton Rouge, La. ; March 19 and 20, Till. in I'nlvernlty lit New Orleans; March -T., .'1. and Si, .Mississippi Aggie at Jleild Ian. mihh. ; Apr I r,( t'nlversltv of Ala-i biraa at Tutciih s.sa, I.e.. i ,prll 1, (leor. I h tnrll R fleoe gia rtcnooi oi lecpnoiogy at Ainiita, (la.: April 7. L'nltersitt of Georgia at Athens. C,a : Anrll S t'nlversliv ,.fMli nr South Carol nn at Coliiinbl.i, S c Thn team will arrive In Hi-ookln on Apnl !i and p';clic thiinii.iioiit the . I : i up t'n dlanioii.l it Washington Park, pie. parntor. t the opening gaum on tho follow ing da looluol Glti's 1 1 n inn n I'olnls Cteorge Hat mm, holder of i In wa: Shield, ami .lohu M.nilgoiii. r, receni y .,,M, a handle ip coniisi He- W ho Willi en. d 1 1 'Is. Mi llioni'ii' I.," to play - ftfl" beg ni ng T Font .1 gouier.. points, tie n of DnO e i acknowbdgi i hereabout. in he, 11 In, I Is ill Cngli.Jh loll High' ai el , udftny H,ll F Mont Oil' , In I de ll'iviniri L'liu pl.ltcl 1.1.,. V- -i'l pl.i i is are the nio. t skilful NEW WOMAN ARISES IN PL Mrs. F. F. Carpenter of Midwick Club at Los Angeles Defeats Good Fields Gossip of Royal and Ancient Game. Those feminine golfers, of the East who are no accustomed to having thing their own way tlint they don't know whether or not It will 1c worth their whllo to go hs far west as Chicago to nla for the national tltu m (In. ,...., i u i. .... " " ...-..... In tho rise of n next star In tho far West. It Is tho Purine coast thnt has produced the latest aspirant for feminine. I golfing honors, and a eulogistic article In n California paper has this to say of her. "At those hole where a good drivel Is of paramount value she always shows to advantage and she has n pretty, ( graceful mvlng that Is tho envy of all ' beholders A mist engaging personality and nn inveterate talker throughout the , round, she has none of the stolid Im- , . perturb.iblllty which Im supposed to be essential to good golf." I Dismissing the graceful swing, ivhlch j Is nn Inalienable prerogative of all i 'women on the links, the average male 1 colfer. PHiterliillv tie who li.ut been the I ----- ; . v.oiini or s. loounciou otitioncni in some blc match, nrnbahlv would not hesitate . rim of men s tournaments. I ---- -- -.,---: ... l.UCKIly, i.ticKiiy, nowover, ine new t ai,iorniit j !,la". wnoe name is .Mrs. !. i-. i arpen- ' ter and who plays at the Midwick Coun- i ' f !"' ft Ios Angeles, has a more , "olid foundation for her fame than the i qualities mentioned above. Considered i "'ero novice n year ago. Mrs. Car- j penter has Improve.! so much .luring the t 'a!,t twelve months that she now Is re- ' garded ns one of the favorites for the California championship. Her latest Vic- torles have been In tho Annandale. and Altadena tournaments, In both of which sho plated through good llelds. A basin for comparison with the work rnampionsnip at i-.ssex i ouniy i-m"".' ' rnoin r t xniTnn nmn unn pn trnnprH .Menus, wno is oy iar me oes, won..... i goner ironi ine roasi iiiai n..n appearHt In the Kast, the new star must be a thoroughly good golfer, anil whether she talks or not. should make a good . . , , . . . . , . showing If she decide to play at On-; wcntsla In heptember. This Is the season when the profes-' clull , i-; cri:, T1 ,i. whire he was aslst sionals wander about the South playing i ..... i (ln (.x,.,ii.,nt L.olffr Ills record for "championships" on every course they encounter. And in aiiumon to in , i "titles" tney acquire, mcy manage in li,'ll!PJS!!l0 ,T.e,Ltl - r. winter resorts. Most of the professional find this touring a rather pleasant pastime, and . this ear the honors (and moneys) have '"'" Pretty evenly dletrihuted. 7oiii .. ' . .. .... .... ' ,,im n,.,,.h recentlv. I '""' ",,".. wk and MacDonald , - - - - Helle.ilr. , Word comes from Texas that little Fred Mcl.eod, open champion In inns, wan the winner of the open tournament at Houston for the second year In suc- 4 ' Mcl.eod defeated a field compose.! oi .! iith nMiriteiirs anil nrofesslonals. among " i the former class being Chick Kfjns and ; ?(ieorge V. Hotan of Waco, the Stato -i i . . t .1 a. 1 In tM'.f.il i cnaiiipi.'ii. iv'irt,, I'mji" .v....... Northern tournaments lat eummer and DODGERS HIT BALL ON SEAM. i I.Ike Ciirvctens I'ltclilnit Variety of I Karly tiftrlnK Trnliilim. I Dattona, Ha . March 7. Stung by ' tho ehutout administered to his Day- tona team yesterday. Capt. Hummel and his sun kissed athletes Jumped on all tho regular pitchers from the very first Inning of to-day's game and sounlly thrashed them, 1-1 to !. Z.ach Wheat, Zimmerman, Cgan, Hetz and Karst hammered tho ball bind. Kaoh player got . trio of safe ones, fjetr. mixing his with a pair of duplex driven. Young Karst. who worked around f-ccond for the D.iytonas, ac- ccpted thirteen chances remarkably well, ronslibirlng that the Infield Is hardly In good playing condition. Pitcher Smith of lust year's Newark ' International League showed Itohinvin , the best line of pitching of any of the young or obi pitchers Smith Is a big ieft bander, greatly resembling tho late Itilbe Wa.ldell In in. .re wavs than one. Jack C.Miinbs pitched a couple of Innings m the, r.trly part of the game. He lobbed the ball to the plate inetely to glte the i athletes batting practice I'mplro Hilly Klein Is due to-mor row. The giohe trotting umpire will go Into training by holding the Indicator In all the exhibition games playnl by th Ilrooklyns. BIG LEAGUERS IN TRAINING CH.Mtl.OTTIlSVH.I.i:, V . Marrh Manager Clark Grinith of th i lime his jinx has ch.ise.l Senator hllll here again i ttis eur. ynr four Neais he has run Inl.i rulaerable tralnlliK wealhrr hen ner, up i,i Hie him. ,,i hi .otnleg It hat been halnu .ui, clear Thl nine It I. a ; stimvr.iii or rnin in, n mat iu keep snoivfall it fnili In. ties that Hill keep ill ,.o Ini.e.r for at lea-.! a eoiuile ol ,la .tf has llletl a prole! will! .tlal.ag.o Mora ri of the Phillies, claiming iirinrin to the serti.es of I'ulian I ntlehW Meaic lire. In lump at St. peisrshurg, Kla fill' mailetl transporutlnti tu th. Ciitiali and etpe, led hun to repnri, Milan. Shanks and Williams hale inlned th. s.ll i'.I .l.CKS(INV!I,l,i:, Fta.. Marcti ; -iMnnle Mack evl.lenllt has clianncl lit iiiln.t '""" making a regular r et , n a ulit. ' """ "astonall out or .Ilmmi tv.i'cll. . '. ""r'ln Hie pra. U.c game Satiir.ln t'alh .i. , in ha, k to an mitileid i iil.ni while i Vinos trunk tried hi hand at U'H.inllni; sack l.alole conttnii.- at ,ciiiiil for Hie first team ulili Hirly al shut I. , linn at llrsl aii,l K . 1 1 f and It.isi l.-k iltli Ing toll at Hie , inn, nit cornet st pivrniiMiriPi, n.i., Mm, h ; - lieotge Whltled. oht lined rrnm Ihe Hosu.ll llrave with llus'e In the trade for Slier oud .Magei. ha Jollied III"' PhllU.. Il.'ie. He will hate tu tii-hi with lie. k.r. I'.isken an 1 I'ratiilli fnr a regular id i, , In trie .Mitlle'd lluue ha lixeu assigned ID sec ond Imbe . Ith the til ft s.ll., III plucll, .'. SAN tMll.Nlll. Tel. Mulch 7 lit II. .1. i lii.irll.. Mill, i and I'll, lor lie,. Willi una will mil Join Hi, t'unlliiil In ..nop here Malinger IIiikkIim ha a-ked a ,1 er- nn the pall ll'Oh ere n)i ill ''"''s la-l t nd ll'iititm at.n.it 'ee all,,., Ilirt vl) !, of mil, h o rvl, t iui,i -iio. le i p'a er Hull, p' in In Mi;ue II. il S'l'iis Te , tr,ii ? Jlmmt til'.ll ttlm likened to Hie siren ,.,'e fit IPiii, ilikei nr the I'IiiIimik IVrleral and thru luniped t.iek in hi. til. jnh with 'lie M leilll, llloMli .lelile that h ouuthl a plucu llh thn KtiU an J'lnildunt GOLF STAR A Y ON COAST defeated n number of excellent golfer. That the wandering professionals from the North do not alvvu.ts gather In the honors Is shown by the remit of an open tournament at the Midwick t ouniry i urn in ailiortna. in Wlilcli "U"T '" Pilgrim (111 Mcllolls and M Hru.ly took part. It wan a sctontv.twn .hole competition, a real championship 'est. "' Hcnrge Martin, a oung S.oteh- man stationed at the Los Angeles Fntmtrv fllil, IIhI.IimI il,.,,1 ,.f tl, lu'.i noted visitors. Manln'.t winning score tt.is IK'. Nlrholls was second with 312 Mini lirady third with :il.". The vIMtois captured some of the prizes for tho Individual rounds during the tourney, which went : First round, Martin, "ft; second loiind, Nichols. 71 . third round, Itrady, 7.1; fourth round, Nichols, si. A violent rilnstortn on the afternoon of the second day was rcsimnslhle for the winning of a prize with an M. tleorge Martin, who won the tourney, i young golfer who has been at !" Angeles for two or three years. He Is n native of ( 'arilOllstle. a little .'... ...!. . t,.... I.. ...I.I..1. I.... "'"i"' ,o..i m-.u i -uninr. moi,-.. o- prpdlued a remarkable number of 1 golfers who have made good on t lit ! lde of the Atlantic. Th time Smiths. j Willie. Alex and Macdnti.ild ; the two .Maidens, Jlmmle and Stewart: (leorgc lyow and many others of lesser fame " products of Carnoustie. t t,,, ,, . .1,1. .... r..rn.,ii.ll - i . - has sent an unnu.il batch of young professionals to this ootintrs. Now they have all gone Into the 11'. irk Watch and have forgotten golf for a while. The professionals who have remained In the North seem to have been busier than usual In resigning their old posi tions and seeking lew ones. It Is said that Orrin Terr, who left Canoe ltr.o last year and went to Itelmont Spring. near Huston, will leave the latter club and return to another position in Now Jersey Hob .lolly of the Park Kidce ph'.idelplit.i Those professionals who made their new a-ratigeTeiits earlier in th ye.n are getting settled at their new clubs. Nipper Campbell Is now at the H.ilt. more Countt Club beginning hi new wfrk after sixteen .tears tf sertice at Hrookllne. llefore he left Hoton last week Campbell announced that If the Massachusetts Golf Assoi latlon would admit outsiders to Its open champion ship this year and :f they would play ,he tcmrnoy , nr0okline he would come back to tty for the title. Charles Hoyle left on Saturday for his nriv Job at Havana ,iinl Thomas d. .i ..... i . iiui., ... .i iu null , in, in- I ,,-, iium i ur--i iiii. wu'rk , at Ultz.r.,r.,1im aoIf .,,, ,,,, . .,,,,,- se.. .m..rs Um.l. i hi f i. mi ! lit rtf I ..i n l ttt. .(t ,,irk ,.,1, il( ,t stmUo letter tnan vardon'e best maik for the course. The Middle Atlantic b,lf As.latlon has selected the i Club. Wilmington. Wilmington Country Del . for Its annual h.imp ojuhlp. which w 111 be plaj.d ,. June 1.. 1 and 1 The association f' ''l dates for . number of Invltntl n tnilrti:,1,u.,itu In inn., .if ,l,lil. lnvitatl n tournaments. In some of which a numlter of metropolitan colfers u-ually play I ne 1st roil, ws W.ihingon Country Club, May t". 7 and S ; Haltlmore Country Club, May II'. II and IS. Chevy Cn.ie Club. May 20, '.'1 and I'.'. The District of Colinr bl.i ch inipioiishlp will be played at -iiev t uate june ,t. ami ... J- Halph llalley of Wllml igtoii Is the new president of the Mlrldle Atlantic (iolf Association and H. Warren Cork- r.lli .if IV'ilt Intnre hn h..n hni.n t-lrw. . w.... pr.sldent. ORDERS HARD WINTER WORK. Capt. C.icbrnn I'lniis Milnts for I'oiitliall Mreiiii.tos lie ii. Ann Viiiioii, Mich. M irch 7 Winter gmtia-'uin work f..i the Mi. b'g.in f.-tt-ball s.Uud will be u a more exten sitc scale ibis eisop than ever be fori, .i.conlliig to in,, plans oi dpt. Coclnaii .iiinoiitu ril t. -.lav. The Wi.lv. rliie gijd run candidates will indulge In Mucking, tackling and charging drills this season, although her.tofoie the off se.ion mums hate been IlinlWd to conditioning w rk. Cochran has illt'ded his iii.-n Into squads of five m n inch In ch inre of i titer, ii, and competition in relay racev wrestling matches ind tugs of war be. tween the s.iuads will featun tho win tel'S worh. HrooLl.tn Chess I'luli Wins. The lliookljn Clicks Club pr.icl!cil ,ismiii-U Itself the .iianiploiishlp of the Metropolitan l.e.igiio S iturd.iy iilshl. A in. ii. Ii with Maiihatl.tfi ended with each side cr.dlte.l with III., points and .in ad journed game between Hlack and Ito.n ih.il M. Hiding- greatly hi favor of the lorincr, plalng for Hiookhn. Thle .-lull thus emU with a clean .ni. it .. post poned match with Lyceum l won. and this iv.iilt Is .ilnioM a tun gone . onclu M.tii. The I'rogn -sites finish mcoimI. no mailer what Hie oimonie of one ad J.niriiid game with .M.inh.iltan. - , lilliii.oe , lain, t.tln In, 1. 1- II, at llakr s.oichi hltn an, I llooi till. I hllll Ii. I.'Ol sii noi to .'.t au aiice iii.iiim , lile I e.leral tiifivcra eel us .mi, I. I .l l tame a lliev can.' .Ilmiin o. Mn.,er lakes io, hliii. M.II.N WIHIIA. I.a , Mai. h 7 Mlk. ionales 1 1 n taken Ariu.mio tarai,- pla.e a delate, I a'hl. I, nllli the lied l'..ll,.ui: I'uhall , Hi-, ,,ii ,,f n.v" l.ilcg am thing to ,ac thai , an i.c ,1,,,,.. manaii i." Hun lies hi wrlilui l,in,uer ller4..g lliul he lll not 1. I Int. iii.i iihiH Mar. h ;., Ileiu,. iii.,'am l.rl.l,. h... artlted llh ap.r..prtale . ereinonle ar ranged Ii) their males The hole' lies tr, il:.Se, l.ohet.grlir wedding mar. Ii when thev appeared In the h,,ll , Hi. lug loom The tat,),, reset . e I f,.r the , ,,n,,.. tta- dec. irate.l illlli Hoc ei l..irllig sIkm. such a. 'Stringer ion innrr., now.' n,l 'II.. et om II, in,, unci, p.' U her llidiie ii. tu." .,?, v i 't.v i". It. M.inh I. the In I Held defell. c prep ire, I 111 ManuK'.l 111' I lllllli.il. IIII of Ihe ap Hill look ,f I'll,.' lo mam A 1 1 1 r I an la nine ,ii.. if ,,r,.,., , nl.uis are . urrled .on. v,.o,i, ii,iIk,m- i H.irlilire ale on the I. I hes, will, ,n I'h.ip man ut short the only I miliar iluur, M Al -i IV. (In. M.uch 7. litchei I'm:! Miami I the late! Huston llrav.' Ill le port to Manager Stalling II,. ha- l., n , . llllll.llIK lliolllll.llliv u tht. III, .V., 'h 1 west, l.e.lde. di, lug a little pH'hliiK pia, II, e on hi ovn hook l.efor. I, avlin, hom,, ! I'll, llel To. II lluithes, )o. ha , ,,,t,'h lllg III.' U.'Olgli M llll.trt ica.lcnv .lull ,1 , Mllledget ll'e. Iihalied looll., III. II he u, i.i,i up w nn an un o k ot la tt.olld I," d, lav I In noun il,,e grippe .Hid HUT SlitlS'US tik Minli 7 ''l,,. tu it i II KUird ,.r the Ito- II, mi Sot o here 1 cilt 'or i',n , irk i, m, on, a ,i ii. n ih,,, lin-lni'S I'lrutr ,,r. .1,,. Ili'llil" Wagner l her- u llh the II, -I I s.llid of Ihe He, Sot II , he I. back In irlm mid thai st, ,, mv, t i hustle In keep hlin cut of his old ici,m at short Ikhl, ALL YANKEES UNDER I ONE ROOF TUESDAY Alisonipcs on Way South ami Practice flumes Will Up 1 StaHprf Wednesday. I WAI.TKH CLAHKSOX WITS SAVtNNAH. fla . March 7 --To-morrow opens the second week of training for Hill Donovans Yankee. Ily Tuesda.. 'morning the , mire Hock of Wild Itlli s hopes will have arrived Joe Kelley and the veteran battery men from 11. t Springs. Ark., ate due early In the morn lug. Atigelo Aragon, the Cuban th.rd baseman, sailed from Havana Satu da , while Mnrt McHale has wired assur ance that be will be here Tuesday In fielder llailmau Is due In the morning. The prospective arrival' will give Donovan his first opportunity of seri ously studying the material left over from the Frank Farrell regime. HIP, of course, has done some recruiting of his own. Plpp, High and llaiun.in rep. resent this effort. With the exception of Haum.in, who Is unsigned m? et, the entire euuarl eecm lit for the first ri-.ii test. Aragon has pl.tc.l ball all winter In Cuba. The Hot Springs miiad has had thre" weeks of the baths and outdoor exer cise. All of the men here have worked the muscle eorcness out of thensrlvi s and seem up to the strain of tlte innings at le.'U.t Donovan Is hopeful that the veteran 'pitchers may be able to show his batters some curve ball pitching, even though the weather at Hot Springs was un favorable last week. So fur Ha.t FWher ,1mm been the only twlrler here who at ! tempted a curve and he didn't try to put much on this sort of offering. As Is usually the caee everybody pummels the easy straight ones in practice. Thero has been so far no real test of batting skill. The boys from Hot Springs .ne counted upon to help Hill separato tho sheep from the goats Ionovan will beg.n a .'cries of short practice gnmes between the llret and tecond teams aliout Wednesday He luipes to take on Savannah for the first time next Saturday. Tho Savannah players have been notified to report to morrow. Two or three arrlte.l early Inst week and havo been working with the New Yorks. To-day's ret was tno! welcome and timely and should prote beneficial Luckily the leiurc was enjoyed on a ila unlit for outdoor practice. The morning was cold and a high wind pre tail.sl. Toward mldafternoon the gale . abated and to-n.ght It tta warm, with a Plomise of continued fair weather. Thcle is great speculation ns o how Donovan will align his two teams for the commencement of the prnctice games. Mullen and Plpp mut. fight It out for first base. Mabel and Aragon for third. Truw.il.ile will make a tr for Lute ltoone's Job at sei-on.l. I'eeklnpailgh at "hott seems In no grave danger, though T.UIIIH. a recruit tried at the position. Is showing satisfactory promise. Kaumnti was secured for general utility. He has Mil! to show, of course It Is likely thir !ipp. Hoone. Peckln paugli nnd Malsel will form the intlel.l of the first team at the start, oppowl by Mullen. True". lab. Ilauman or Tamm .fill! At agon. This all depends on the condition of Plpp's re toe If he can not play Mullen will keep h: place with , last year's Infield and Kelley will sub v ith 'he Colte at first. Donovan has lite outfielders Croe. Cook. High. Daley and llartr.elt. Hill figures upon Cnc, Cook and High for duty with t';e reg ulars President Corish of the South Atlantic L'.igiie had planned a clambake for "he tisitors at Tydco Island, but tho weather appeared so unfavorable this morning that a postismement was agreed upon fo' a Week. Walter Cl.irVson, she eini-profe-slonal pitcher of Mllwauk.e. took lea hall of "he , Yankee training camp to-dat lie left , without bidding anyl"ly c.sid-bt or giving the least hint of Ms destination. From conversation dropped among his team mates by the fugitive H Is bellev.il the jouug man resign, , his piosp .s for a major leigue cueer to build up hit restaurant business In Mllwnnk.-e Hvl detttly liaikson watched an opportunity to take the tilg siirak wb'le nobo.lv was around. He had a ung son of-Hani remote the !i-u:. containing his personal belongings to the Y. M C V . where he collect..! his sparse diamond cipilpni.'iit. Then he simply faded away. It was known that cl.irkson hid been discouraged from the time he reported He was under special treatment for an inllaii)".! tendon of bis throwing aim. Thlt Im Injured before, leaving Mil waukee. He verv foollshlc thought ne .would tr his arm out In the nnith and strained It Clarkson's desertion ' jiiote.l no surprise to th" rookbs Ye. 'tenia) he told Cy Plell he believed Ills ' injnrj had ruined his diamond pros I pectsi He added tliHt he did not I" llet. he had a chance tu inak- good in view of the great number ol Hn i!gh banders Donovan had at his coin man. I Waller (iark-.ltl It the second pitcher of the same num.. who came to an in gloil.nis .ml after I. leaking In with the Y.ink.es. Ten teirs nco Cl.uk (Irlf I'lt Ii made much ado .ilsiut Harta'.l's , Hepsiitlon of that name, The first Wal ter Cllll'ksoll, WhO - tl'l kill to tile refl. I gef. was the b.sl twirl, i' ver ' n in I pr.ictn e. Hut he wa shv when he ' got up against the real thing He tolun I I. Hilt il. s. it. , I the diamond to go litlo lillslnes in l lev laini wneu ne rc.n.. i Ills shortcoiiiliiL's. hrele) Ins I'losi. Ilnce. Though only a small field tinned out sestii.l.iy fur the li.nnlli' ip road run of the Si l.iisiiis Licciim. a disc l.icfl lesullcl. Two Mornlllgs'.de A. ( '. iiicn, sl.uilng from the on., mliinte maik. fought .ml the linWh, T. Keelet beitlng F C.issi b less th in lite .t.irdu ,1 Maiiiiipg of tip- H'onx Church House liliishcd foiilth .Hid made the f.n'tesl time, .'ii minutes in seconds, pile order of finish: Hep I'o Nauie and . '1, in M. S, I 1' Kt.le. tlorlllllKslde VI'. I (1,1 'I'luli. tl S .'.l '0 .'.1 ,t j V i'i.-.. Mm i. Inc. I l A r I nn M ,t i a S l,i, kl Salem le. enl 0 .1.1 'I ', 1 I .1. tlaiinii g. Hroiix ii II Hcriit.'h J" lu :. ti. I'rl, , l,ii, y. un. ill.,, he, I I nil .'I tl i. n ti, liiMin,.-'! vioisiii i.) i no :i i; lilrlnt Mm. .si lot locllilc. ', N'l.w Ito.'iiiii.i.i:, March 7 1. (Iirl.it was aluiost Invluiilile In the trap sip tit-1 In. even! of Ihe Ni w Ito, 'hello Yacht Club to-ilny III winning the hl-'h l.,ui illc.ip prii'.c he turned In a cud of 101, iii.lc.l i his Handicap of 1,., Kot tne take In, inc tiophy (llil.it lied with thiee nlhus anil won the shoololf Legs on the distance handicap, in, mhly nnd tic ttiriittl.it i i cups biiuighl (Hilars t io toil. up I.l lite W II illicit won the high scritch ii tin etent ,.1'tcr two sliont- nht with (1 P. ( iianberj . , llulpli spoils Wins I'lie Prles, l Ni;w lli'.lllii.i.K. taiiii 7. Italph I,. Spoils w, i, llc ..I Ihe nine lu il.iirs at III.' Hups of the Ulll'hlllollt Yachi t'lllli l.i-d.i lie won tne high Mini pi'ze Willi IIS ,i ml was Illlli sciatih inn, with '.; mil of Inn Snotls made i". I Hit. Mint a nuss and among li.s hicicsck wctc the iub .un. take home ,md uicii- iiiillallon cup mill s 1 1 F McM.ihoii, ,1 lli.iinlci heig. T Lena it... .Ir. ami C W Hi nn r were ttlnneis, In the other CtClltH. Sidney Ian orf I 4'oroell hnslicfttnll itimrtl, trhniir littrtie Is In "e York. OPEN LAKEWOOD FIELD TO ALL POLO PLAYERS (ipoi'irian Court anil l!ninlnlili (troiimN to He Propiircil for Piny pril 1. No opptrtiinlty will be tost hy the leaders of polo In this countrv to main tain the etatidard of play o that when th" true cono fo.- uu attempt to re cover the Int. rna'lnnal cup Amerlc.i wil' t able to iut a well trained and capable team in the field No Chlllfllge W I be Issued until the war I" over, iit so far as private and tournament play goes the game will ptooed much on the same lines .is whtti the International matches were In prospect As usual the opening plat In the ter ritory adjacent to New York will be at Lakewooil and II L. Herbert, sec retary of the Lakcwood polo Club, has Iseued an Invitation to pl.i.ters to as. somhie at the Ntw Jersev rtsor- for pra.'tl. e It Is expected that the grounds at L.ikeuood will be In .onditiu't ihoiil April 1, and In the i-vltHt'oti lsud by Mr. Ilerb.it it Is svited that all tNlt Ing plaers will hate the same oppor tunity for practice and team play as the mi'inlsTH of nrs.inle.l team" There are two pi.xctlc groun.le at Ikewood. as well as the two regula tion grounds, and (Sorgo (loul.l has of fered the use of the (Jeo'glan Court fields for the practice and spring tournaments. Mrs, (loul.l has offered four Individual cupt to be pl.iy.sl for under handicap, while P S. P ltan.bilph also Iihs of fiied the use of his grounds and will put up cups for competition It Is pio posed tii have practice garnet fton- Apr!'. 1 to l.'t for the conditioning of p ayers and mounts b.fore staring the cup events, which will run from April 13 to May 1 NINE SURVIVE RACE IN SLUSH. O, si. Weeks, 'terilll. Proves 1 Toughest of HtiMil Itllliuers, , I Pn.llsm ive.1 hy the bisti and snow , covered stre. ts of The itrotit u dnen hnrdt distance runturs started y s ter.l.iy afternoon In 'he weeklt ro.i I run of the Pennant A. C. Nine of tiles" survived Ihe , rdeal and th. vt- 1 eran f. S. Weeks prot.si Ih" toughest of th" lot. W.t'ks st the pace for most of 'he four miles and had enough left at the finish to bent Frank Form by t.n .u.ls. Tim O'Connor of the Pas. time A C wa third, twelve vacls be. , hind Foran. The order of finish . i Ttllie i !'... N'ame un i .''uli tl r I iis Week I'einiant A (' -'3 3 '.' f'tnk 1'oran St vnselm t C. .'J (.) .1 I 'm 1 1 Conn," I'isiitne A t'.. ..1 IS I n Uetllg I'eiitoinl A I' :i 1.1 i t .1 It ik, r I'e.iii ,v r : ( in I . II K..M Y. t II An Jl II , 7 C. S.hl'ie- Algona t ( '.'( pi t .1 T it 't ill, III, o tied .'1 Jtl 1 T Wu Wfk. Hal II, .oh A i'. V .1 :'. "I Lewis Ureal. s 'jr. tralulii. I ' I'.'itT W tsniN.iT'S, I, I, March 7. Tracy H Lois, one of th. ser.itch men In the -hoots of th. M mil 11 t II. iv Yiicht club to-. In. won the te.tii cup with a str.i, . lit scot ! of '.'S In the two nther et iits he was l-eiten , Wnldo lilOSC ltl the take ItOllle tl'oldlV lllatch lirotc 111 ide a n , of p. ti tb ,f h,in dl a. ..f o, ,iio for th, to nt'ilt cup h,e II li d! lp ot . cii.-l.led 'nin to turn . in i pi i f." t acoi e of Vf. I JUAREZ RACING RESULTS. l'lt-1 II.. -f l'"..tir l'lirl,,,i V,,rev All-till. I tl 7 i w Tuil.iri 4 lo I. to and 4 io ',. won A'aka. PU . M.t.atfi, : to I I to .. in. I io ... .neon, i, liiirntiiaior I.1J ..ttoi-ii. u lo 1. I to 1 all I ' i.i I. third. Time. 0.1. vil.e ttwrou. limit It. i'o. f..'k. Hue Hlutl'. Ti.tiuccn Hoi and Italph H al- . ran ' ..ni Ha.e fiirltiiiiis lihn S,hn, in. . Ilealisoll I. . to 1, a to t and . 1,1 ... nun, Vilgle hot. '.II i i.i r Ii. r . V lo t I to I anil .' to 1, second, Huge, ,lohlioll. II.' i I tturpht i. a I I .' to i and , to I. thirl rime. PI.' .1 . .Inliniet, SMniiv II. Vlkiiio.i, .Juno, I'rnian. H V .lones. SmiltiiK llarf. Vesla and I'otn h ,lln r in. Third Itu.e t"i ,,iio a h lit fiirlerg - (toe VII 1.1a ll.llleri, 11 1,1 1, ., to and .1 to '. won. Has.. I i. Ins t T. H.urt i, . to 1, '. lo I ami eien, i..-nu., llr. .Mi'ira Hi: 'I.iiiiII'.',. ', to I, ' to 1 and ctcn. third Time, l am i Hrlioii, l,a I'tjii iloi-a. Make i loo. I .Martel.e i'hals Na'l.e Son. lilt Ills Vnl'iliielle. i: While, I'all and su ". im i l.t r i it r.oirih It... . Sevi n tiiiiong Kootenai, 107 i ill, . :. lo t. t io .v ami ; t,, in. wuii. Can uret.i, 1.1,i i.l. laittus). to 7 to in und .' io S, i,,,',vid. H.uli, n; (f liioa.i, ., in 1. : to I and lieu, third Itlli... l::i tl- VII rudder, Kurd Hill, liirl .tophltie. Clot In. Iliti.iktl.'ld. t'urloni; lite, il'ot, Ho, nil- and lirovti- lliiglo- a'o rail lifih ll,i' e i ine mile i iriil, illation, in I I. Iielltr i, - lo 1 I I l Muni gt.tliar V lo 1. I lo I illd : : to i ami ei.Mi, wen III., . VI . iarner I. 10 to 1. second, I'lm t i.l, tl'l 1,1 Mil i phi i. I i. - io i an i 111 I Illd IllI". Ill 11 ... I'l, Old I'l, I ihe lilid.l. I'l. 'im Ant, i .Mat, I, liefer. Piw H'a. Ii tli',, M.lls, ri.. Krlpp und Kl, k liioi i in Sltth ll.i'c- SK liirlniig - M. nig ine. r, in.' i V.loti. I to t, V lo 1 and even. Hon, Srlleei. Ma . T. ltl el. t I.l 7 lo in n. I ti II sicolil, l.i'krosc, 13 it, ileiitrvl, HI I,. 1. I lo I and .' t,, I. Kurd Time. I I' .' ' It, a I'hal ,10 'tli' Halge.. II." oiildi'il, ii.-ai.ie and I ot,.i. e It iticrt at.o i ait .s venih Iti .' .'ii.' mile un in ,1(,i, th ,',,,.ti.. tl. Iioinrall 'il , tl iiirncr l '.I lo I ai, ,i "ten. won, pi t siih n . , llofl n ill . . 'n 1. . In I in 1 . ii , on I Vn llhk, Hi! IP ,iid,r, to 1 . i, 1 ,iii,l cten, third Time. ICS .1-S olad.ii II Hold), l.lnhiook nnl Mer iiirtuiu tilaa ran. ITITLE DEPENDS ON Should Priiicctoir.s Five Win I ('(ilumltiiins Must Also Ito I Do ft'iilcd. llowfvor. TIMIMiK TIE IIS POSSUM,!-: COM.Klii: HASKKTIIAI.I. sTAMIIMI, I't. lis W. L. h'or. Agl. PC A ; tM 154 ,7S0 S 311 15" '' f, j "in 111 ;r.T 5 4 lit 12 .'.M it ? r.i :i .too 0 S ISO 233 001 Princeton Yu e CitrneP , Co umhln , I'rnnsritnnln I I,iri in .11 111 I Despite the fact that Columbia, so many times a winner, finally was spiiC7.ed out of the race for the Inter collegiate llasketball League champion- 'ship. Inst week's games made the fight for the title keener than at any time during this season of weird rnvernnl 'and temporary lenders, Yale and I Princeton against Pennsylvania and Dartmouth, respectively, both won as expected ard retained equal rights ns dual monarchs, Cornell, however, took a new lease of life and has an outside chance of making It a triple alliance be fore the season closes next Friday night Hut the real climax Is echeiluled for tn-innr'nw night at New Haven, where , Yale clashes with Princeton. Itlght no.v Princeton, with the phenomenal Jack son playing like a streak, Is going better i than any other team In the league. Hut the proverbial Kit pluck downed the .pi.tlly well known Princeton luck In their last meeting at Princeton, and this .fact mav have a psychological effect on ' the Tiger. Yale ought to win, nnd If she does the title Is sure to go to Now Haven, because Dartmouth luteti't more than an outside chance of witin ng at New Haven Friday night In the final game. 1 If Princeton shnu'.d come through with 'Yale, the fight is only half over, for Columbia plays at Tlgertown In Its laM I game Friday night. That game It one the Hluo and White team deslree most to win. According to the Columbia ver sion, the Tigers got away with a rather tluky t Ictory early In the season, a tie feat In.identa'ly that marked a stornv passage for Columbia for the rent of th" season If Princeton should down Yale to-morrow night and then should suc- , cumb to Columbia, a trip!- tie for firs' place among Princeton. Yale and Cor nell Is practically sure to result, for the other two remaining games. Dartmouth at Cornell and later at Yale. ,ire aliiioe' sure defeats for the tall end Harover i.ins. penn hat finished the season with no balm other than that Its .Inughtt guard. lMdle McNIehol, has finished at the top of the ladder with 1 IS points, fifteen point behind the record of Ilert Halste.i at Cornell lat tear In foul shootlnc. howeter, McN'lchol with !i point-, out scores Isst year's etat from the fifteen f.mt line bt twenty polnlH The twenty- five leading scorers ni oi Vos Nnni.. and Cnlleie 1 - MeNi.-h.il. Penn. r t 2 Hr.ivtn, Cornell, r f J m-iisnn. CoIumbU. r g 4 Vrn.iUI. Yale, r e . t. Wui-tiip. t) irtm.iuth. I t k- 1U.I. Prim eton. r f. ; pitilsnii. I'rin.s.ton. r f . s 0,-il.ler. Columbia. 1 f - I. linden. Cornell, 1 f ... pv In Columbia 1 II-tiieklle. Yale, r f. .. 1?- Jsck.oii. l"rinrtnn. 1 f JJSeeIlM.il. 1'Cll.l. c ... . II - Williamson. I'enn. 1 l.v- A.hmeivl Cornell, r g. Is Werner. Y.ilt r f It MeTWue. lY.n'.toll. c I ilvty. r 0,litulna r f i .1 irxlorf Cornell. I if .1, i,lll 1'rin.vKui 1 g .1 Htitlilt tvim. t t '.. s,nuih Yale. :r, Hector Dartmouth. .4 Ivlleiler Dtrtnioiif.i, r g Knrn.ind Cobimbia. r f C, K A V V 11 13 11 Its 1 v. i. -o.i 1 Is Is T" v. t f, if. ; . ii in 4: fii .i i: -. 4 :, 3t 4i t. i t: 4i s 11 V VI 41 i IT 7 I 3 4 ti i: t s: 3 p. - -i 10 11 11 0 f. to i: ; : s it : : ;i i I: s ii :4 s 1.' " .1 '. !i it .. : t It ; . ,; i .' t: .i ; s i .1 i ' T l : s it, o h 7 17 0 ,s I 7 13 0 14 For Sale One Pair and Boxing Shoes, Used Only Once A great unknown ha been di gging , Hlll fiib-on's f.itsteps around The Hronv begging for a chance to tnako his name In the ring "1 want to be another Jim Coffey, and I .on, Mr. ilibon. If you'll onlv give me a chance." "Wlidl do you do otherwise"" asked Hill, as he ran hi eye otrr the huge bulk of the great unknown. "I'm a iimtornian, and a gil one. but nothing i immured to the ik-hter that I am " "Come around to-morrow nnd I'll met .tint at th" Fairmont Club. I'll gltt you a tryotit Hate voti got a pair . f tights"'' asked Hill. "Yes, sol'," slid the would-be, "I've bought me a green pair like Jim Cotfev'., and a new pair of lighting shoes like his I'll b" around " And he wa BUI bad a willing lightweight about the place when all hands nut. And then Hie fun began. The big motormaii was gieener than hit tights. H had plenty ot sp.'., lot of .-mirage mid ih.i hard lists, but bo couldn't inak" the oillcetlnti of at tributes Jibe The lightweight How at the new Cottey like a hawk A feint wa followed bv a 1 a. I for the middle ,.id all was .is unlet as a iMimtr.v grave ard. Hill's mot, , man was out and i he remained for twenty minute Theie'n a pair of new lighting shoe, together with a pair of bottle gie-n tights, for sale In Th. Hi. . lis li, with hi band on his heart, illbnon savs that tho bust lightweight was Willie Itltchle. th.. San Francls.n hat ter. Hill swear that. Tiuninj M.'Carty Is around town sport ing a mighty sore lip. .1 gentle reminder f the heft of .luck Iilllon s thump It rftpilred nine stitche to make It look llh.) a regular Hp again "A man can't llv, down his pat some how." said Jimmy Johnston yi sterdny. "I used to lu- 1111 Iron moulder Llk. all true Iron moulders, I Usui to .tune home with the b.iiUc of toll plentifully smeared all over mj fnce one of iiiv young hopefuls looked me over the othei dav no. I s.ii.l: "li.i.ld.v, .ton inter come home with a black face any more Aien'l you ever going to work again'.'" The.v are tr.vlng to select a worthy foe for Leach Cioss When Ch.iiiej White wms mentioned as un opponent Sam U'al lucli sal, I he would b.i l.o. 1.1 smackl. t tint l,c nil would slop the hind hitting Chicago boy. Itlllv Cilbsoit won't have to wont about ,1 drawing ..ml 101 his l.iltiimtit club i long .is Jim c.,nv ictiln i,k gcii.'ial ciiod health Jim can cei talul.v draw his cmii.tr m 11 Int.. the little llrnnx club He and IVIky packed the place to the bulging point Tliursda IllKht. Out In Columbus, Ohio, they think our JUAREZ ABANDONS ALL HOPE. Loses Interest In IIIk Fluht, bat ! Tom .tones llnves on. " Hi. Paho, Tex., March 7 Camp ha . been broken at the Knoblauch ranch below Kl P.iho where Jess Wlllard has j been training and most of those con- . nectcd with the propoed tight between Johnson and Wltlaid at Juarez are leav- I ing or preparing to di so, Tex (Vltourke, sparring partner of 1 U'llird, left last night and others will get out In a day or so. All hope of , hating Hie light here has been dispelled, Wlllard will remain In lis Angeles with Ids family until bis manager. Tom Jonrs, ( wires him. Jones asserts that he will not take his j man to Havana unless he Is reimbursed the S 1 o.KOrt he has spent lip lo the pre- ent In p-epar.ng for Hie match at Juarez and gets a guarantee that Is as good a I the gold Itself of Wlllard's money for fighting. Treasurer Weill nnnoittired to-night that the refund of money for ticket purchased for the Juarez fight would t begin to-morrow. He also announce,! , that Wlllard has agreed to light John son In Havana the first week In April. 1 The amount to be refunded here Is I3;.ooti. ; SNOW BAFFLES SOCCER MEN. Kill) One f.nnie In l'led, nnrl Tlinl nn exhibition. Although desperate attempts were made to have the many soccer football fields In the metropolitan district cleared of the snow the effort were of little avail and the championship schedule of all the leagues were broken Into, Many Imitortant b.ittlee were scheduled for otcr.1a.t. the outcome of which would havo decided the championships. Theso g.l'lln have been put off till II next week rndaunted bv the element the Hud son I'niteil eleven stood ready to meet the Whltn Hose eleven In a champion ship battle In the second division of the New York State League. Tho White Hoe eleven did not appear, A St. (leorge eleven war pressed Into action and a friendly game wne played between these two s.iuads nt Huher'.t Oval, which had been cleared of snow. The game re sulted In a draw at - goals each. Pat terson and Martin tallied for the St. George contingent, wh.le Hughes and Halllday were tho point getter for tho Hudson. PENN RELAYS GROWING FAST. ItlKKer unit lletter Tlinn llefore, I Prospect of Meet. The Cnlverslty of Pennsylvania relay meeting In April will be bigger and bet t. r than ever this year. Judging by the acceptances already received to Invita tions to compete in the different events. Over -'!") entries hate been received to date. , minding sixty colleges, and there are a number of Institutions y..t to be heard from. The arrangement of col lege Into classes givet the smaller In stitution a chance to shine, and while this maintain the entr.t at Philadelphia will exceed III numbers the 1. C A A A. A. meeting, which had Its start in the Garden on Saturday night. The pentathlon and medley event to be held on the flrt day of the meet are attracting general attention. Harvard Is counted . n for the spnni relay, while Yale preparing a nam for the .lis. tame relay The high school champion ship lias tw'o newcomers in Washington Central High and Hloomlleld High, and i here are aire,., It five entries for the pteparntry school . hampinnshlp IIUI School, Lawrencev Hie. Kxeter. Hrik!n Poly Prep and Worcester Acadtmy. Hamilton I'nres MltT sirlieilule. Clinton. N. Y.. March 7 Facing a schedule which dpt. Hrlmrdt declares to be the stiffest in ten tears the Ham ilton College baseball s.piad begins prac tice in Super gymnasium to-morrow Thirty-one men will report Coach Toetner, former Harvard star, Is ex pected here March IT. for his first exam 'ii.it i--ti nt the s.iia.l and will remain UMC.l prll I. putting the men In shape for the New York trip, which opens the season The first game Is with For.lhatn on April .1 of Green Tights .own Johnny Hnrvet Is the best llght w.icht iu th" world Th-.t te matched ' hltn to tiL-ht Johnny Hritllth- .111 the lath I T.x liickurd now walks Into tho ' Juarez-Havana plctuie ii..o.l old Tex thinks bat Hueii" Aires . ould hatidln 111.. Johnson-Wlllard match without hitch or lot and h" has o wind Curie) ant' Joins. Tex is con-id. Table prnmotei. He handled the Jeitrles-Johnson bout like a dil in Ihe wool llai'inim If hn sat that Ituen. Avres I a natural fight centre then If all the money In the world P. a Jltiio that Tex Know what be Is talk. tig about. The fact that Tex I browsing aiound ant one n Hon of 'the globe for ant consldi 1 able time Is , proof po-i'ive that there la dn-rc-tui in end about the place. Natural moiiev getter Is Tex, and he Is Just lolling about liuciio Aytee In causo It 1 a p,i pg ' past inc. The Argentine c ipital nia.t be all light at that, but the old guard, tin .tilling, sters who haven't iii1m- ,1 he.iv weight championship since the d.i of Hil!l. ' van and H.v.n,. won't look upon title new battleground with ant digrfe of delight. Its a tillle out of Hie way. Hucii.im Ayre would have to depend on I! A. Of course Mich neti r-h.it -dlert .0 Waller C Kell.t. Vll.s.,n Mizuel, ile.ugc Ciitishimt', IMdle Hurke, John L. Sullivan. Jim Corbctt. and many other chiMicii ot fortune couldn't be kept from the Tex Itlok.inl ln.w with an Interpos. ing wall of Mexican artillery. Cm 'et seem to have his 011 llavnna. I'.'iii, ip he's no cocksure. Certain It Is that he has never talked in Capt , I'ushniai, A. Hie and heard his fit 'banging argument ag.i.net .1 black and ttltile match ,Mt ), j,,n,.K l to be tisUoned with. Tom now demands a !ii,iiiiii 1 11 C for the trouble, time and nioiio.v ho lias spent 011 Wlllard's piep ar.i'lops up to date Tom doesn't like , the Havana Idea at all. at all. He 1 lltl'd'd of the ace in the pout, up the sleeve and Pack of the kn.e. If Hlckard cultivates Tom a bit and bandn over .enough tu cover that I 11 f then lluenns A.v res may !, tp,. p,ie,.. I ' Freddie Vo.h will have n return till w ith Johnny (irlffltho on March Is They go round before the Inpppnie A. (;. ( of Pittsburg, i Irving FiirC.tn who oi.,i.t;-.w ;t.r ll.t.-.th Strict A. c, K,ys. "Whaft the use of having ...mm peifectly new M ,tM I III .loin place 11 yi.ll can't 11 ito tl ne uplid h.v an.v thing Inn dust" So 1 ,, going to do as thev do uccesfu!l Philadelphia pick 'em m even Fr11l.it iiighl. From two bit tn a dollar, that'll be ls " Harry Pnllok Is champing on the hit some over tin remarks 111:1, le hv Will. Itll.illo Cllll, el'lllllg Welsh's IUII.IW.IJ tactic 111 their London limn and of Willie' oplnl.jii Hint Welsh going in lepcat at the Harden TIiiii-mI.iv iiigbl. "ll'e .1 ilii'ic .tp al. h.i n.irri "Those who saw the London lli-hi know how I'll d, he niitlioxi'il. inilfou.hi and oiilthoiighi Undue anil made him look like the worst oi't or iiiivi. c ,11 mllghi Ing. What he did to Itltclue 111 lemdon he'll do again iicm Thursday night." I INDOOR MEET TO BE AN ANNUAL FIXTURE Knliiifr Collcsrp Truck l0,h l. Well Plrip.nl lu fnllial Kfforl. (J00P LESSONS There awM a notable g itl and present Intercollegiate t ' , . , , thn concert hall of .Madison s,,,, ,, den on Saturday night f.., v ,,, gnmes which marked I lie det p ,, o ruling college track bodi as p.MTitif of Indoor sport. A suppt i n . 1 .,eP., provided for conHstants ainl ,,er,,,, nnd while enjoying ihe ltat n. ,, m were run over again nod the ". nl nnds of victory and defeat g,.n, No speeches Were made l.-it it T. Klrby and umeii lii"r ii. ; inovura In the heme, wen k-cj. lated on the success of the .nt for the meeting wne a gn. along the lines Intended . of an ntllfetir fixture vtl.'.'i w tO brlllg the Coll. .get to.'eth. iin well .'if athtelical). Contrary to general evp, field events were more cv it . , relays and Ihe close competi high Jump and pole tau t made amends foi the la. hit.- ..' - , t.f the rela event to pi , , 'i , tng raced Usually attend ' ... i ..... collegiate compel It top.. 'The meeting was inoie !. - ,,' IP experiment," said Mm .iltt" lieit. ,, d we havo good reason t.. t,, with thn result T'ler. .. . ,( things that did not ttir . r i ,- ,. Well H We er led. Inn "m' wis ,l to tho novelty of the cr,ni. t , , ,( the difficulty of train its a ,1 n , ,1.-1 making up their minds w , t o , . , would start and in whnh .it-.. would compete A ineetii.u in, ,. tlvo committee Will he held sli'i '. n discuss the changes ncrc.ir.t . I, it o thing Is certain, there will I... an ! ,r meeting of the I. C A. A A , tl I. lson Sipiare Harden on the fi.st Si' r iv In March next year and foi mint n.iri to ome." In general talk among the expert. strong feeling developed ,ig, n-r ;,i vnrtl relav. In which ea. h oil' ' , , run ISO yards on a track of th.v tame. To all intent" and I up., race of that doscrlpMon Is wot. Hi.. before the race, when the draw f- .111- 4tlt Hoiim Is made. After Columb.a h. ' l'll I , t. I'll dlsp.sse.l of ltl the opening r.cin I State had the ihiIk and all th. l.t of sprinters of that lnstitu'im, i a, I to do was to hold ,t A r. allt fast st,, , . a soon a he gathend spoil .t . i. . . hati a chance of pa.ine the man at ths pole, would be liatelhng fast t . v.as inipcssslble for him to tiol.l the 'u- and he would run out far enough t" g't the man with the inside p.w.ti.ui . ikI lead to turn over to the next npier. It may be taken for gi anted that 'life will be no race in which til" m. n hav" to run let than two circuits of th Hack in tliu future meets. The medio! ra '. tv ha h proved one n' the best track nillli sl .if the 'i gilt a , iie. it changed . onditlont to make It a success. Thole Hi,' eight ...liege Stat ' ing and a 'iiit.'Ke was made hating the pimt.r run Hie relay. With eight- men strtigt for position in n scurry of !0fl ards ther.' was bound to t.e Jo-''. and crowding. Th; was patent ,. he men banged Into each other and esv cral went down at the first tutu T', new title adopted Saturda aftern.se sated the situation, a the slar'.ei wt ablo to fire a rcall and t.ut "hi tne over again. Tin n Put managed to g'' through with less lostling. Ht ri: s me of the longet .list. lines tlr-t dlfllcu'tt would be over, utiii. trc no ti would hate a chan.e to r. o'i' by the time the eprinters got .n .1' ' o- In future 11'. effi.lt Will be ll'i ' arrange the events o that no . n'. e. will start ie same men ,n tn. r. ' . one event This was the otigm.il -Hon of the promotirs. but th, dt-.r " will upset it YALE'S FOILS TEAM CLEVER. Illor (Intteiiccs tl.inicliilrTci.nl s. Xllllcbes lo Three, MoNTc-L.ttn, M.i'.m 7 V.i fe slty' fencing t.u'n defr.t.,1 t'i of the Montii.ii' A C. In ' . by the score of 0 to .'t T . e three men on .1 sple and om of " matches vvrr ex. it.ng. 1 ,ti ,h 'h In the third round. T 10 ;mn i-s rirji Itutiml .snif'i m , I'lletgrr. V.il.. ; to I Iir.,,i t , i- ' rrater. tlMit'UI-. , . 1 V i, he jt i" I' Hr.ui n. M 1 ,t, ' , Secon I Itnun.l I'tl' ige- h, 1 1 to I. Hroan heat P.-. an... t. 1 le it NI ke-sen , t , t Third Hound I'M tcrr h. .t 11 . 1, O I. I.ltt.e. .,..ti"'i if f- t.r,. Vll' heat smith '. to J. Ni k.-",''i ! , 1 , r. i 10 4 HAVANA RACIN0 RESULTS. fir,' Ha I',.,, t,io i. ,i ,. ,1 1 Koern -r., 1 1 n '. .1 I' II .tana. ' 13 , U'.dt, ' 7 to , I , I to i , ,nl . I, . ii a, i , . : to 1 . Vj t , t j . - it, 0 .'4 Hide T 1"U. an I. S '1 , ind s .Pi ,, ,t.,i r t, Se, ,ni l H i i el. t it ..'ib. . p ; I foiiri e.n -u.,1. it., I upiiar.i. .1, 1,.: , .',. in,,.,. . ,. t i , 1 to :. won. Kr.in-l c. i PO It le 1 and .ten. "i,ind. Ph. s , . Koern,'-. 7 to I. ,i.j t , ' , third lime. t-j, . 'm ... ., tilg'on, i ' il "t Ii 'inipla.ii, l.o,,,, Welle, and l,leu,,a a . , Third lla.-e Sit fir' .i.i. , ( 'our. i ear ol.i and iti a , t lllualieth 1 1 a r v. .,,. i , c. I 7 lo tu and .' to .. ii. ii . 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