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THE SUN, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1015.
s Perm s Protest of Shyrock Swimming Disqualification Doesn't Reach Vote Giants and Dodgers Win PENN SWIM PROTEST RECALLED BY ORDER Grndnnfp Advisory Board Ilnsj Secret Session Abolishes Apppnt From Decisions. TIMO SWIM HOUND HOMX The protest of Pennsylvania over th 1iH(U.iliflrntlon of tin star sprinter, Oapt. (-tlit-rock, was not voted upon at the nrotlng of the Intercollegiate Swimming l.c.igue. held vp.itpnl.iy nfternooti at tho Hotel McAlpln. The graduate advisory iki.uiI hold a secret session before, tho linrii ipals concerned cot together and decreed that thp protest should be with drawn and that hpreartpr there should lie no api'eal from the decision of an oil) lal. The division left Columbia. Fonnstlvutiia and Vale tied for tlrst place. The thtee team will swim oit the tie in a round room fence IV' n-.ylv.inSa argued long to prov j tii.it SI" io.-k was In his couisc and that 1l.il VoUnicr, the Columbia swimmer lie lou'ed. was not not, but Joe ltuddy. v i.. le'erced the meet, iln-tv a diagram ,.. ,r,ii,nnl (lie liieldent III such a i"ii iui Visiting GirVs Fine Tennis Has Its Helpful Influence Miss Bjiirstorlt Is First Really Excellent Mayor Northern Country Has Produced St rong Movement On to Develop Junior Players. GIANTS GLAD WHEN SLAUGHTER IS OVER TOURNAMENTS ABE PROPOSED FOR VETEKAXS Texas Freezes Solid After Dn.v of Sunshine Pilfer Hnses to Warm Up. THORPE TS DEFT OX FLIES San AKTomn, Tex., (ilnnt.s were delighted March 21. The when the day's DONOVAN STANDS ON FIGURES SHOW NEW YORK WEEK'S TRST fiiMfis! TO BE REAL GOLF CENTRE Yankee Team to Start Season Depends Largely Upon Dodger Scries. ROOKIES ORDINARY LOT East and West Divide Low Mark Men, but Metropolitan Players Number Nearly Third of Names on National Handicap List. That the golfing strength of the United States In In the East and that the metropolitan dlB'.rlct Is beyond u doubt the greatest coifing centre of t ip a Br PABMIiV I A RKT. The success of Miss Molla HJurstedt. the Norweglnn champion, In winning the American Indoor championship last week at the Seventh Regiment Armory should prove a distinct benefit to tho women's Hide of the same this season, ML,! HJurstedt. who has held the chain ploushlp of Norway for eleven years. has eome for quite planning to tako part In tho most Important tourna ments over here. Including tho na tional champion ship at Philadel phia In June. New blood In badly needed among the wn i.ii mere was noiiiniK the Quaker elan to do but withdraw 11s protest. The foul In question oc . urreil In the lln.il event of a dual meet i.r iu.-p.i Columbia and Peniisvlvanla In I t ie Columbia tank. The disqualification j women players anil nf Shtrock save Columbia the meet and bor entry Into the made possible the triple tie. ntncrwise the lied anil Itlue team would have won the t.tte In epl.ilning the foul ltuddy said that both V.dlmcr ami Sliyrook weie in neu ir.il wnier. fclivroek w as at tho heels of V.'ll'iier about Ilfteen yards from I tnf,Is the finish line when the Quaker leader M!iro grabbed the Columbia crack ny me leii , .l!)t year's, chain- j PAHMLY PAIIHT e. i. then bv the eihlrt, and then sank I pon arlu. I am In- mining over bin victim, wno re- alined to think that she will be able to repeat her victory when the spring sea Held will be wel come. The Chrls- tlanla wo m a n I showed several I points of distinct superiority In the over Miss Wncner. n stay mid shn Is i : jsL: K HI,WIIW, I.I u organisations In th. game to foster the Interest and playing ability of the younger generation. The West Side Tennis Club Is very keen on holding a national championship Junior tourna ment this season, and at the Seventh Regiment they held during the Christ mas holidays a similar event Indoors for the metropolitan championship among boys under 1' team of ate. It Is to these youngsters that we must look for our champions of the next live or ten ears. and tournament competition with the keen Incentjvo for Improvement In their play and the leavening Influence of such matches will do more In n sea son to ilpen their skill than three years of ordinary practice. There Is a dearth of championship material among tho older experts that has been Increasing from jear to year and We llnd few promts. nc candidates In competition to take the places of those who drop out. Mclaughlin can nlav only a year or two more at most. It Is understood here In the Hist ; Karl j fraens with tho Hroncos was over. 1 thp four games scries with the Dodgers They romped away from tho home team at Daytona, l-'la., this week to find out and won by a score of 11 to 0. What what strength of attack lie may expect caused their dellffH was that the game1 from the team that Is likely to represent was over. As one of them remarked New York on opening da. It Is to be coming out of the ground, "We had to presumed that Wllberi Robinsons pitch finish it." The in erslon to battling was 1 ers will ho In nh.ipe by that time iicnr ami v . .i. t louiicr nir m-in .-i- . orntiH who must soon retire for old ace." I caused by the cold, windy weather. Teas , fioze up after a day of tine weather anil thine (Hants, and home players , too, who were not on the field sat huddled up close togct'' cr on the liench. j The whistling winds had no III effects , on tr. young mid ettirdt whips of Messrs. i Suh.mer and Srhupp. Itoth of those pitchers had th spectlve lueicles If it could be so put They were bending them and shooting them through tho whistling blasts mid t'be home team alwa)s was remote from tally Pavenport, a brother of the St. I.ouls i.X j7w!il r-.on bo dependent! Federal pitcher, was smeared In bunohra ( $ to'T of olrrull,' ni.iio. d uml water six seconds. Mi to. ilmsiied tlrst, but was dlsqualllled. ,, op(,Ils outdoors, on dirt courts any- T ie da ten for tlic piaou incrmiKi. wllv i( ,)ot Kra!., the weie lie. men reiiii win m-vi . the c i' N Y tank on March III. f o liniibi.i w.ll clash with Yale at the New Yori M'diti.- Club April 1. The climax II . ..me al Princeton on April 1". when Coluinb,.! and I'enn swim the final meet. No other bllinifs was settled except ti e ibol tioti of the back and breast stioke itiilivnlu.il championships. Tho .,,i-. or extend ng the season i) that ea -li lOilege i. am could swim every other .pii.u.i M.e. and also an Incieaee n toe pic iibrt ship of tile league were held ocr mi Ju ne. when the assistant tnatl r.i! i- meet to draw up a hchedule. PUTS TWO YALE MEN ON FIVE. C.n.-li l.eiibrlnii "t Princeton PlcUfi l.rr Crnlrr. I'l- NCl.Tos. N. .1., March SI. Kour college.-. Yule. Columbia, Cornell and P-i n i in. are represented on the all c dlegiate basketball team which Coach l.eiihnng of Princeton has selected. .,tc li the only college that Is repre-fiiiti-.l !.v two men In the second team Cnluiiu Yale. Princeton, Cornell and PHiins-n inia nave - .,, i sented and seldom failed to kill when 1 ale s ir'i-i . hi."", o..-. ........... , of tb. lirt team Coach Leuhrlng picks - " .- .. it . 1. Ur-mt frtrti-ard i rise inn .i i i.iiiii " - - - i, ie year and one of the best of game. Klnnev or i me kcis un it Is doubtful .vet what Miss HJur- stedt wil be able to accomplish on grass, for they do not have grass court In Norway and sho has had little or no experience on turf, The hound of tho ball Is noticeably different from dirt i than from grass, and still more so from) boards. Hut every evidence that the lit. tie Norwegian showed last week Intll-1 cated that she ought not to have any I great dllllculty In getting the range for grass court play before the champion- ship date come around In June, nnd If she does take to It kindly she will have to be reckoned with as one of the dan gerous contenders'. Miss HJurstedt shows an enthusiasm that is refreshing. She Is as keen on the game as a young girl of IP and she seems to be In excellent physical condi tion. Agalnvt Miss Wagner, while she lacked prhaps her speed In th ground strokes, she was steadier at all times, kept the ball low down and deep and she never seemed to lack confidence, al though It waj. her first experience In a strange land. The Norwegian does nut lean much toward the volleying game, but she dhl not fall to take advantage of such openings at the no as were pre t .ie (ii in forward berth. , There Is a dearth of high grade cen tie hi the league this year." said Mr. i..'Uhiuig. "McTlgue of Princeton has tb. best record for the season, hut be in -ed a great number of easy shots and It was not until late In the sea son that he learned to guard without fouling The tlrst rholce accordingly goes to i.u.ird lee of Columbia, who wanild nae been ,i star If played regit-lai-h III the position. "The b.-st gunids of the season were l.re, .laiulorf. Arnold, H.ms, (I1II and T enk-nan The tlrst choices go to Haas of PiHiceton and Arnold of Yale, who In addition to being strong defensive she had the chance. Above everything she made wonderfully few errors. and after all that 1 the real meit of the match playing game. It must be kept In mind that Miss Wagner Is one of the most experienced women players we have In the Hast, and (he was a dangerous contender for the last national championship. She was 1 officially rated as the third player In ! America last season, with only twx ! Western women above her. With Miss 1 Wagner as the best player In tho East. and Miss Mary llrowne, the champion, away off In California, Miss HJur'tedt i may find the Kastern tournaments an easy Held for hpr liver here we have long known of the (.kill of the English women players. , which averages far above that of their American sisters, and two or three or riltsr TKVV l owl- I ornell Klllliei Jle 1." CcliUllblll lla. Pnii-Yliiii Atnnl'i Y.i!'' g lards ate almost as clever on the of-i the continental f ii.-e The two teams selected by Mr. , Mason of Paris l,euhr ng ate Petitions SKC(iNI) TEAM forward L'alilrr. Columbia Forward . Wriner. Yale Centre MiTisue. PrliK-ctnn liiKird.. J.iiulorf. Cornell Oiiiitil. St'ilbaek. Penn STIRS UP SUMMER' BALL ROW. Tim I Mich lun ii Holly I ii I'lnine iinos Hoard. Aw rtn.iu. Mich. M ir.b II. Sum-tin- Mseliitll has -fried up a line scrap in- the Mi. higan campus, the faculty a 1 1 h i ill. i i I' the alhletl.- bo.iid In con trol hnvng hie.i'eii.'d to lake the editor of t'.e -tiiilrii! paper bel'nie the piesldi'iit of t'e ini'writ IT the i-olbglate Jour n list ' do not abandon their campaign on the siimmei ball ssiie. The .llcMymi ;i(ili has accui-cd e.ll tonally the "members -f the Michigan Poarcl In Control of deliberately forcing tho Michigan baseball plaeis to per jure -heinelveh. The paper asserts all t ie meinbi'i of the board know that tho WoIm-i-.iic arsity men have plajed sum mer semi pro ball and that th policy nf the board is evasive and d.latory. Chuck Webber, varsity catcher two years ago, has made formil statements t tho effect that many Michigan men bave played summer ball. He admits he had done so when he played on the team. PRINCETON OPENS WEDNESDAY. Cell? shorn Will Vtt Helill I, Id With Tlgrm, rr.wr.TON, N J. March 21. -Prince-i ton will open her baseball season on ( cdncjiilay with liettjsburg, wiuie uia iita con .-s to Prliueton on Saturday, Coach Clarke has had hlfl turn nut of diKirs for the last few days und a tem porary diamond has been laid out In i. he torner nf the field where practice g inies with the second team have been played. The candidates that have been re tained are divided Into two squads and tho piiscnt varsity squad Is composed of the following: Cory, Deyo, Dicker man, Dougla, Drlggs, (till, C.reene, Iloyt, Keating, I.arnbertln, Madden, salmon, Scully and Sho.i, while the mi ub squad Is composed of Campbell, Chaplin, Copeland, Haas, Havlland, Kelleht-r, Law, Link, Matlock, O'Kane, Talley and Whltchouse. The lineup Is still uncertain. Al though he has only been out of base b. 11 since the close of the basketball season ft 111 probably will hold third bn.e, though Ulrkerman and Shea are tiylng luri for It. Madden Is working nit at sli 'itstop and at present ho hi-ciiis o have the all over I, aw, who held the place laid Near Ducr and U'Knnu at n the Ikilv lines for second base, while JJougliis in Scully appear to have the call for ibn initial sack. women, notably Mile, who Is now at the front with the French Hed Cross war nurses, ' were known to have, shown high skill. ! However, It came as a dlitlnct surprlre ' that any of the Seandlti.it Ian plaers had any such ability as shown by Miss ' HJurstedt. Among the Swedish and Norwegian men players, u ne has de , veloped who wete considered dangerous, ' and etery time thev venturr nut of their I own country they have been beaten al most Invariably. In the Stockholm tour naments that were open to outsiders llnzllsh plajers have generally swept the boards. The decision last week for the high schools of the nu tionolltan district to bold an open championship tournament this spring, with entries expected from Mini eixteen different schools, follows close in line with the plans of the larger largely on Williams, the champion, wtvo Is an undergraduate at Harvard, and . two or three of the Pacific coast play-1 ers. In the East wc have only Church, Wa-shburn and one or two others to fill the gaps In the rapidly depleting ranks of the first fen. In the recent Junior tournament In doors tlre were no less than eightv three youngrters entered for youthful ' honors, No fewer than a do.pti nnd perhaps m many more showed reallc 'promising material, and Herbert How-1 man of Mount Vernon, the ultimate j I winner, displayed form that showed ever' evidence of ripening, with a little j encouragement. Into h.ch class tourna j ment skill. Howman showed a steadi ness that tvus surprising In so omic a; player, and Ms wins liter 1. M Hanks.' I H. W Forster and Ii. H. Halne. all I considered more dangerous at the start. wan a well earned victory lor sieau , play over erratic brilliancy The one danger that besets these young schoolboys Is the tendency to-, ward becoming self-important bv tour nament success. Taken at this ate, , when their muscles are supple and plia ble and they ar full ot enthusiasm, it needs only good eoaoMng in 'he right methods to make future champions of ' tbee nils. Hut the everlasting pitfall that crosses their pith to success l the dangerous Idea that 'they ha learned all there Is to know of the gam- I as soon as they hate won a tournament or two. It takes ten rars nf hard work under fatorable conditions to turn out on expert of thft championship class, but! these youngsters ale stinting several years earlier In life on the rlcht truck i and ought to have tin- world before them when they reach college Ten years ago we began tennis In college dats anil when we really rea-hed Newport form It was time to retire and go Into btil iieas and glto up tn game There Is a movement on foot now to extend the life of tournament plajers at the other end of the line by establish ing a national veteran's championship tournament. Dr. T. W. Stephens of Pittsburg Is the father of the scheme and he Is meeting with some ineour.igc ment from the lenders In tb" game. A dispute has arisen over what the ace limit should be for ,i veteran In Eng land, wheie such tournaments ate quite common, 10 Is the age limit and in al. imiM all of the veterans' events liandl cape are assigned on the weight fur age system. A man of (a Is pl.u ed it scratch and the ntlur plajeis get ban li c.ipM ranging at one-sixth of fifteen for etery two years they are nidi r than I" A man of !2 receles fifteen handicap and at ill he gets thirty from the u ratcli plater. When I was in England soine tuirs ago I saw one hale uml heaitt old gentleman of i'.T hard at the g. inl and his odds were so heavy that he won many of the tetir.ms' tournaments. In this couuti. however, .ittrntion has bull called to the fact that l.arn-d. Wrenn. SIimiiiii. An. bison nf IIukiK ln and several others who still plat high class fennls ale oter in and in i few- trars. the tanks of the teteians will be augment) d by Clothier, l.'.tlle and some others among those near the top of the game at this time Portt tite has been suggcstiM as a better age for a m in t" i nter the vidians' cl.is .iliil the matter Is still under discussion. by the (Hants and the game belonged to tile v sltor.s from the moment Lurry Dovle busied a long home run over the right Hi Id fenco with two on bases In the second Inning. A congestion of errors and hits In rr fifth stacked up five more runs. Every one of the visiting team and eleven men took part nude a bit. Hunting was frequent, the home pitchers not lielng spry at fielding th.'iii, and even Ch.ef Meyers l-at out one tap. Still th' Chief s not hi slow- a a runner. The all around work of Fred Merkle was cxi client, lie scored two bises, made two hit" In brilliant fas-Ion lie was at Iwith ends of n double plav after stopping a hot shot and ran to the stand and pulled down a w-.n.l toi'sed foul. Thi-ie was an orgy of base running by the 'Slants Thev n.pped a dozen sacks all tdd The) got a long lead on Iiatenport and their tlii.verv was in.de e.uder by file (ssir throwing a.-.d slnwnes 'n getting the ball aw.n of Catcher HaUensteln. Seven of the eleven (Hants engaged stole one. or more bases, and the stealing was delated, double and otherwise. The Hroncns tried one steal, and on that oceaslon Catchr Smith lined the ball down to loyl so fast and tru that the runner hadn't a ehanec. Through pur carelens. or pure numbness tb Ciants made two errors but their fielding In t" main was t.ptop .Ilni Thorpe handled fly lulls deftly at.d Is a greailv Improved outfielder this spring The scor . SRVf YOKK i.V t. i SAN ANTONIO t .1 al r .'C Hue in If a : Allen rl I 0 I i NichnU'n ef J a : i snpHpnr lb I i I lieb nti . a e t n Knatinp.ih ( 0 J i. M M ,h n,3h n t '1 H.iiifii.t'u.c 2 rt e Hut eh. e . 2 a I Davenport. p J n i --irwtn . 1 ICrabble.p. t lillelect I f.....' .'t. fli". ..,,.i' ..n i country are shown pretty clearly by I Mii .ill ui .ne it.iinrcnuiiAiuufl.; ,..- ... . . geographical analysis 01 inn rncimj published national handicap list for lli 1G. As far ns the little group of rank ing golfers Is concerned the nineteen who arc honored with handicaps of 3 or belter the East and the West break . ....... ...11. .. -I. ,.).. nf .1, 1. "IMf ',(,, ((j ; .iiinusi cviii, iiu . oii.i-ju i'i . ,v In favdr of the latter. O' the first nineteen ten nre from the Wtst and nine from tho East. The ' ten Westerners are Charles Evans. ,lr., Chicago, ut 1 ; Ehcn M. Hyers ami W. i C. Fownes, Jr., Pittsburg, and Warren I K. Wood, Chicago, at 2; E. I'. Allls, 3d. M'lwauliee ; II. Chandler Eg.in, ' Holier. A (lordlier, Mason Phelps, Albert I Scckel nf Chlcag.) and J. II. S'.'hlotman of I lei roll at 3. The n, ne from the Kutt are Francis ! online! Ilntnn, and Jerome I. Trav era, New York, at scratch ; Walter J. Trivle, New- York, at , John (J. Ander son. I! I! C.ortcn and Parker W Whit- , lemon- of Huston; I-'rcd Henesh'ff and .Oswald Klrkby of N w York and H Warren Corkran nf Uiltlnvqo at 3. ' It Is among the bulk of the list : rated at I and however, that the East gains an overwhelming advantage ovtr .the Wis Thero are :l golfers In the .country who arc considered skilful itiough to be placed on the list and I allowed to play In the national chain ' filonsh'.p, and of this number 1S( are ; from the East, 75 from the Wert and ' the remaining 1" are from the South i It shows an overwhelming majority In ' f.iv r nf ihe East, and III tho East are I Included only the New England States, York, New Jersey, 1'ennsylv.ml.i (ex,eepi the pittl)iirg district, wnt.n Is considered as pirt of the Wpst), Pelaware, Mar) land and Ihe District of Columbia. The seventy-five golfers credited to the West are from all of tho Cnlted 1 States west of the Alleehnnles. except 1 'he Southern Slates. The dozen South ' em golfers who hate been placed oil the n.tl-nal list are recrul'ed from th i follow!! g States. Louisiana, 3, Texas, I 3. Florida, ; Tennea'c, Kentucky, North Carolina and S 'Uth Carolina, 1 I .1.. . V. .. 1 ..... I I c ' (iienipci vri jiisine. j I Donovan's chief worry so far had been ' over his power of attack. Almost any 'combination he cares to Use could up-i hold its end defensively. Of Ihe recruits ' seen here very few so far have Impressed ins being the equil of the regular who finished Ihe S914 campaign. Angelo . .. . I Aracon. while as brilliant a fielder as uroncos at tneir re-, rouM ,lw)rpl and ;lmo,t lu f,t as Malsel, failed lo show tho least hitting i promise until yesterda). ' Seteral of the other rookies bate lint had an opportunity to prove their worth. 1 Tamm. who looked exoedlngly prom ising at the start, was laid up for a week ' with a sore arm which still bothers him. I Paddy Kallmann, secured for the utility stances lum been assigned largely to oilttleldlng with the Colin. He has the reputation of a hitter and has lived up to It here. Hut he has not been utilized enough on the inner line to show whether or not he could get by defen sively In the big show. Plpp, who Is slated for tlrst base honors, hai had hli speed Impaired by had feet Kelly, the new tlrst b.i.e candidate, Is not yet rlpo for the major leagues. Clarence YVMhle, the new left hander , V.'.' rroni mesmiyu. nas neen uruunu iiik enough to prove that he will be valuablo to the club as a trial horse at least twice, stole I W.ible has a mighty nice curve ba.l anil and fielded a lot of speed. Past experiences hate routined his effort to tho amateur class. From what the team has shown here It should start In the 1!U5 i ace at. strong as. if nut stronger than It finished last eai. The pitching should be ne g)Kd even If not olio rookie tw.rier holds on There is no doubt that Dot'ovan's veteran right banders will he readv for the start. Hay Caldwell Is In much better ph)w!cal con- I a(,h union man ne w-.is a year .in-., ..in n i." astonNhed the sporting world through1 his great winning performances, with aj bad club CaMwcll seems s-rtou In hie resolutions to attend to business. 1 Either Plpp or Mullen must be rated , miles hieher than Williams, who opened i the season at first for Chance a tear ago ) Williams hit a miserable 3 for the, Yankees In fifty-nine games. Mulln Chicago with thirty-one. Philadelphia Is fourth with twenty. Detroit, where the national championship Is to bo played In September, Is fifth with ten, and Washington Is now sixth with eight. Pittsburg, which for years has be.cn considered one of the big golfing centres of the country, Is now no better than seventh, for only six Pittsburg golfers huve been rated. BUNCHED HITS SEND DODGERS TO FORE Ppiinork Holds- TiViii s,..,.0s 1,11111 MM II. lli'll Sfnrt FiisilliiiiY l,c APPLET0X SHOW-: s;Kn It will be seen from these figure, that over two-thirds of the good golfers In the I'tilti-d States live east of the All-ghanli-s ami that It Is here In the E(st that the game has heen dctlopd to the greatest extent. As the great cities of the country are I naturally tho great golfing centres and J each of them Is surrounded by a circle I of g'lf courses, th lejitlt standing oi in" cuies iruni win foiiu ll hrr ef llnylr .h Lnliert.Jb Flel- her it Mrrsle lh SMotlrr' II Thorpe rl . smith. e .. Meier e V hupp p .sclinier p ah r t -, I t I 1 T I, h p a 0 It II : i a n l t 0 t: A 1 r : a . : i who succeeded him. cloilteit .tni lor me )lf 1( from ,,, of v))w )f balance nf th season. .Mullen now , (h) nmnb,r of Inn rn,,n h, on tn A. looks Krt per cent better than wheu he toril ?t mav t. mterestlnc first Joined the club Plpp's .31:' ater- i c;,,!, Ph"ws that New York at with Hp-hester last ear. Including i .,,.,!, ,tm.. ,,lone. for ninety golfers. o .1 A A I) II 0. 0 t V I a 3 ; (I 1 0 0 DE 0R0 IMPROVES STANDING. I, lei) ft .let ne In Tonriiej , "(I to Three 4. Ilnll STAMUMI (IP V I, II' Hue Moore 1 D.ily .. ..i He Oro . i Mori ii . Kleekhefer Tim I'l.AYKlts. W I, 3 .". : r. 1 ."i Jevne... .-.7 Kills . . v.-." H.ltne. . TA1 C.-ipron CJ. llahninri HI, Lean . .. PC 37t, 3". Si!J ?.XS .1.13 Chicago, March 21. --Champion Al fredo UojOro took the tlnal game Satur day night In the world's championship three cushion billiard tournament fioni Lloyd Jevne, SO to 44, in seventy-three innings. The coast player, who has Improved with every game, showed some great billiards, but Ills defence was not us clever as that of the Cuban. Afier a slow start the game livened, and from the thirty-sixth Inning le Oro scored 22 points 111 sixteen Innings, Jevne getting IS points In nineteen in nings. After that It was tuuph picking for both players, Date IIiiiiii (lulls I'lirilliniii .Nine, Dave Dunn announced yisteidny tint h 1 l'l d'cilul to quit the I'onlhnni -.'(bad '!"-. ! '' glee lil'iie time In his liw st'idae I nii.ii iilwa.vx has b. en ,i good tippii :i ii. never fniiinl linuhe kei oll.g Will ..h.ive Die lhlUKl-1 lllal I, iiu ing the ...i'...', season Dave vt'tj cnpla'll he I' 'I' mi eh ven liitt fall, tp not tak nf I'lances nf gill ng -i rondltlun a e ,l ni imii.is ami l ,iv tng further c ,n Uio autumn, when the fuotbull sciuvjn la on, ORDER SOCCER SALARY CUT. fifteen Hollar VI nil lull in Weel.ly Wane Next Senson, Lonpon, March 21. With th excep lion of a few players who have con tracts running until April no, HMO, at 2 a week, all English soccer profes sionals have had their salaries reduced for the next fmthiill season. The Foot ball Association has lived the maximum salary at fir. a week for all pin) ere, In addition to this reduction, salaries during the summer mouths have la en forbidden, resulting In the pla)ers' salailiN being cut in half, as pay ment will only be made In future for the season from September 1 to April :in, or thirt)-llve wuks,.at J1S (fjD'jr.), Instead of lifly-twn weeks at $2U (!1.M). Owing lo .he effects of the war llm gale iccelpls have fallen off and few nf the clubs have been able lo pay tl.eir way tnis season. Wanderers Plnj (tuebee Ne, ANNOUNCE $50,000 AUTO RACE. Paiiiiinn Exposition Vliiiinueiiieiil In Hold Kt.-nl In I'nll. Cmruiiii, March 21. - A mad race for a prize of (Sil.uOii, the largest purse, iter oiTeicI tor -ill event of Its kind, will be rut, ov.e the Y.indcrbllt and Ul. mil P.-ze cnuiscs at San Francisco In Oi-lnbei of this .tear b.v the in. lug '(.nur.lttt e ot the I'anania-l'.lclllc Expo sition. Tne "aci win be calkd the (Jrand Ainerh ir Sweeptlakes anil will be open t i the rnlv.'is and cats of the world. N-i rlstop dlsf.l icemeiit I Jles will be establish'.! and If the present plans, as announced by William I. Ilughson, chairman al the racing lominilii , are c.ui led ii.i . much the same legul.itlons tha p.'i vail In (Jrand Prize events will bald, To' ii. i: it is i: Toi.i. .i: .i r. r; llitle.l fnr Havenport m the fifth innilii (ll.ttied fnr Crahble in Ihe ninth iiuuni New Vnrk ii i n A .-, o A iii Mil Antonio OOdrtAAAAi. 0 Krnil- I)nlr. S.'hupp. S ii. sir Knvilpp. '. Mctlnhoti ll-iiii-n-trtn Cnitihle Fir-t b.ie n-i error-- New Vnrk S: sn Antnnin. I-fi mi ..,. New nri. t:: s.in Antonio, s Pir-l base on I. .ill. OH s, h:lli-r. S. off schinip 1; nlf flAveuport I. nft Cr.ibl.le 3 sru k out llv seluiie- I. bv s, hupp I b "rabble. 1 Home run Iio.vle svrtrt.-c fly' s.'h.uier stolen b-i.e lle.eher . li.ivle. Kiel, lier M.-ikle. .': Mio.lr.... Thorpe s-inth . ioili!e plat Merkle Kl tilicr aud Mer'.lp Hit iv piieher fly Oahhle Simtli Hits on sen mer : in live limine: off . J 1 1 1 1. 1 3 in four iniiinc.: otf Hxreiipnrt. to in live iiuiiiu... off Cr.ihhl, ' ui tour innnu-s I'nq.ire M.l'afferty Tune 1 linur and 5 rut ii ii t.-t. CALL MAHQU.-Uil) "ACTOR" llulie Itns l.nnUInu fnr Tiiriiienliirs ii ml DniluliiK tills. vi-o. T.-t , Mar. i 21 The New b.'l. ii.ants No 2 a-Iiiiin'stei ed another defe.ll to the l.o.vs ll.nti Waco, the cold wi ither kept the atl.hd.iiice down to iboiit lo'iioi more or b ss. The norther, however, did not keep the stubble Held i bo v s iiwa) and duii'ii; lilchard Mar qil.ir.l s live iiinlims he was kept bust dodging line drives and gazing In Hu tu lent stand trj ing lo locate u full , dozen pal T. t is League ronti is. who I. lighted in accusing Itube of being an I not. II ! The ho)s from the home of M.i.vor 1 Mltchil pullul together and overcame a lead of ii In 1 lifer Hub.- ri tiled III fiivni' nf Kalph Stiniid, late of Sacra mentn The s.-oi : WACO cT I. i ' N V i.V sh r h p a o Pier II I lir.llll.Lh 1 .' 3 .- llr.iii.rr.t.Sh 3 .' Murr.iv.i f I e Itnl'erl- n.i f t hits for a total of 29' base-, indicates rare naturil bitting abllltt. which h" has dl.-plaed here deplte his uncertau underpinning Lute Hoone. too f.enis to have proPted greatly through his trip to the Coast and Honolulu with the All S'.irs. With a consistent hitting left wing to the Infield Pecklnpaugh and Malsel mleht get by nl-ely even at last lesson's pace. Donovan's outfield has been bolstered by the addition of Hughle High He Is a finished pln)er and Is not likely to do worse with the stick than in Detroit a jear ago, when he batted 211 Cree Is a natural 300 hitter and Doc Cook wMl not fall man points shy of that figure If he maintains the unexpected dash and go that he has been exhibiting here Donovan think that Doc will rank with the brightest Mars before the end o' the summer. The evening staff is !n better shape than for a number of tears, Ed Sweeney Is still over weight, but should be tit liv the end of the mont' Leslie Nunamaker's early visit to Hot spnrgs I worked wonder" for him. He Is at weight and his aim Is in perfect con dlt'on S. hwert and Ph-ker i,g the toung cat. hers, are clever, aelle receiv ers and good throwers. N'el her has shown hitting abllltt llu' ea h Is faster than either of the veterans There Is -till some doubt as to the cla'tn of Durham. N C. upon Pickering, but that minor club Is not taking the Initia tive Pickering Is certain .that he Is under no ohllratlons to Durham. i "apt. T L. Huston declares that he and Col Jacob Huppert hate not as et despaired of bolstering tho club wl-h a ioupIc nf star veterans and a southpaw or twei before the M'aon opens While he 'till not siiri.lt It. there Is no doubt that there is etHI a possibility n' sec.ir-l-ig Home Hun Itaker before Vprll 13 The club also Is In Ihe 111 irltet for outllcl.ler Maisans, who has no objec tion to coming lo New York The Mar salis matter l being held In abejaiice until Judge Landls hands down his de-cii-lon In the Federil League's untl-ttust i suit against organized baseball. practically p'le-third of the entire num her on th nation il lis', are residents of f.e metropolitan d'strict. the terri tory in -hided within the litn.ts of the, Metropolitan flolf ss. iclat .on Fir he- ( hlrd, Hostop and Chicago ar practl-, cilly even in the fecond place. Hoton with thlrtv two colfprs on th !'' aid! Another nexv club probably will bo added to the roster of the Metropoli tan Oolf Association within a month or two. The residents of the northern pait of Hergen county. New Jersey, have beep working quietly for about a year on the formation of a. golf and country club, and a meeting will bo held on Thursday of this week at Hurlng's Hall, Westwood. to hear the report of a committee appointed somo time ago, and It Is probablo that a temporary or ganization will be effected. At present It Is planned to call tho new club the Overbrook Country and (lolf Club, but the danger of confusion with the- Philadelphia golf club or tho same name miy make, a change In plan advisable. A. M. Htllbert of Park Illdgo Is rh.vrm.in and Theodore 1. Ifaubner of Wceiwood Is secretary of the com mittee which has been planning the club, and this rnmlttee will submit to the meeting a detailed plan of organization. A Tact of land on the Hackensack Illver will be acquired for club purposes and u golf course and tennis court will be laid out. Plans for a roomy clubhouse have heen prepared. As over 100 residents of the section In which the new club will b sltinted al ready hav announced their desire to Join, th club should bi-gin Its career wltn every prospect of success. If th pater t flllus tournament at Sleepy Hollow on June 21 proves a suc cess, and there Is every Indication that It will, it Is to be made, an annual event. Chicago and Philadelphia have ben holding such iv,mpt1t!.m.s for a number of jears and th plan !s likely to prove as popular In the met-ot--,Utan district aa It has In the two cities named. Th toiirnev Mt Sleepy Hollow till be a thlrtv-slx hole hand'eap for four somes, father .ind son playing the same ball. If either of a pair be a member of a nictroiwlltan club the pair wilt be eligible to play In th competition. Frank Presbrey of Apiwamls Is tfic chairman of th Metropolitan (Solf As relation In charge of the tournament and the other members are Darwin p Klngsley, St. Andrew s . wiIr, st Kin near. Sleepy Hollow. D W. Cooke. Montclalr, and H. Ashfortb, Oatden City. The last named 1-s secretary and treasurer and entries should be sept to him at h's oltlc. 10 Kant Thirty third street, or to Mr. Presbro ut 1."n3 Fourth avenu. Otilmct Off nn Short fiiunr, Pir.-rnui.ST, N. C Mirch 21. -Francis "nilmet. nitlonal amateur golf cham pion, plated a practice round oil No. 2 cour. o-d before a lrg gillerv, but failed to distinguish hl'iuelf H'u shoit gun went "ajly astray and h recorded an M. 40 out and 41 In. R. S. Worthlngton and Jes flullford both required T7 strokes for their rounds. Dattona, Fla., March 2' feat leering at them to.du W'lh a. 1'c'lf.rs, who could do nothing with pitritr pPa. nock up to the sixth Inning after the Mack youngt' n, they quit had tied the o.e finality winning out In tV ru by coming through with a pi, Score, Hrooklyn S, Athh ti i I The game was b.v far lh tlon eontcst yet plael m Manager Ilohlnson starte I "ot young pitchers. Hrow n .1 n i - n fucesi the American Le.igin In order, were not as sti i.'u pleton, wno Mulshed the i; latter youngster had a wor d Hrooklyn tied the cui t Inning by scoilng three ru by Miller and Schultz a triple, followed by an i.ne i winning run was put t i, Jti eighth on singles b.v S h.. i . and Wheat, aided by wi' l t Th Athletics added t-.vi no one run lead In the sixth ,. i Hostlck singled, and a. .or te nlnth on Thompson's home- to Hi The score : PHILA IA Id I HROOKLYN ID r li p a art 1 1 ifor ' 3 ill, K. '-.T f l"l, -' PT I 111. '1 st of "U n io in; loni as Ap- 'fa Th ' fi' in V iiea" .'. ; n th ' ' .-.s.iaw to , w en " the P ,'ft Thnmp'n.rf 3 omnng.it.. Walsh.cf. Slrunk.lb.. Ilrry. liottick.Sb Crane. 2b, . Lspp.e. . IVnnock.p. Voltz.p. 1 o 3 1 4 I 3 1 1 A. 2 A :i a 3 0 1 o J : n Mmit? ih i 0 'i Inuheri lh 1 3 fi Ctitshaw -h A 11 I When ,f 1 3 Mvert cf : t -leu., e 3 . Zimmr t rf A 1 1 M,,er A II . Hrow II i 0 il I Kzaii JSnuth i. Hamniel Vppletott i. t r : 3 Total'. 31 :i 14 Tn-;. ntted for llrown in th lb rd tn.ittd fnr Smith In Ihe tuih Phibidelphls A i 0 " lironmyn ... A A i i a Krrnre Do.ttek. Crme (jv.nw run Thompson Tlir. b i- v tviieit Firt b,-i! on - I' I: Hrooklyn. 1 Left on hi.- I . Hrooklyn. 4 Double plavs i-, and Mrunk: Srhultz and Im-ih. " hlt Harry. Cra-n Dauheri Mo . mxn stolen ha lk..' k i.-. lilt -Off PennoeU. . in it le'iins 3 III two liinin.-.. off Hrow i ... nines; off sniitii . oi thr.i- r vi'leton. ; in tlire iiuuni:. K.r.t balls Off llrown tf sni.ih . noi k. 3; off Appleion . s--Krt Voltz. ) Wil in . h Hrovtt Smith Pmpires hltm an.) pi.ft.r t hour and 11 minutp. 'Pllltlf - 0 1-4 t-l II 1' if n.tl r tii IIIk Field lor leilni Hike Knee. So many team- hive et,. i hour blcvcle r. at tli t v - i. s ch.implonshtp iiier-lng se'ie I ' I ' - t". l'.'ghtb Heslnit,t Arniorv o- t,-' i that lt.lch.ipl I. Kelsey, c ,.i i i ' S board of control, fe conslde. al vlsab'.llty of weeding out r.n . iv f1ld Ther are more ih i'. . I'rt teams e-tere.l, -T'-id'C -i ...' bro'hers of Long le'ati I. e ; -. I'llMlliploes L'gll'tT e I'l.l I"''-' '- Ileticoe pa r . T.ipeska .m i Hat ach '--Italian team . Jensen and Napthall TV mond and T.iub and Itaki r and W ' Comparison proves quality! It eke)' If V.irillev If m iini.i t :ii ("on ell ;b .tutu. rf I 1 o I I I 4 I .1 3 I A I. . ah r t UK Ii p a 'Mo. M u.i f I ii .1 Wol.l'h'n lb .1 0 u Hold lh iriihbss . Ilelllv.c W .titer., e. Do laid, p., tvlkf p A bore - fr it llnlkr lb . 1 Joluunli.e 9'Murqunrd p A Mroud.p 3 : t i 1 ; .' 1' HAVANA RACING RESULTS, Totals Waco New York Krror llnkev .H I', A -.1 17 1 I' ("unwell Totals A I u 1 !7 I (I ft Kansas Hnlers Pour Xllle Iteln). The Culvers. tt nf Kms.i lias nollllcd the man Igels nf tile PellllS) Iv.llll.l relay nn el tli.it Kansas would enter a team In i he four mile irlay on the last Satur da in Apt it K ins.-is also hopes to send in a two uric team The middle West Is ten stioiig In the four mile ra. e, a In addition to Kansas the iimuis en tered ate Michigan, Illinois. M. I T. Pennsylvania. a tie JUAREZ RACING RESULTS. My Hu ll- tlciory III the prellinlnai y 1 1 1 . i ii piolessioiial mil' Lis Catiadletis I'oiinil of the Can,',. hockey Hi'ileH I he First ItH.-epive furlAtigii. pnrm- f3.ei three vrnr olds, selling ("..lunitil.i l.iolv. '.c.i Iti.hlllioiti). 7 In III, 1 to .". iiii, oul, won, Printer. Kir. t Wulsti-nlielm I 3 to I 4 lo .V an.! i In f. si-l.tel. An troine.l.i. i7 lit .Vltlleriliott I, 3 lo 1. to :. uml 4 to '., third Time. I d'l I l..y lukwoiil. . lli. .w n Prlm-e iiii.I Frill .1:1.0 r..n Second Hiice Five fiirlnnt;s: puri... J'lnA threeve ir nl.lh ami iipwanl, selMng -King IPnllonl. 107 (Pllnti, ev, n ; Ii '. and I lo i, won, Frontier, HH i Wo men, i holm I. It in :., 7 In IH mill 1 to f, mnnl, I lie i r t l.e it. Hi (t'rnli, 11 in ,', t to M .ml .' lo r. thlr.l. Time, mo I1 Laurel i I'irk. IVrki' I : i i ii I .tii.l Mould, r alio i.m Third line -Flee furl. nig, put., $".ii three i .ir-.ilil" and upn r.l .,ilng Piirlnr Ho), ll.'i iT.ipllni. 3 in ., 3 i.. '. .ind out, wotii AJ.ix, Ji.h i It.ililnsnn , ', i. I .' In I uml I to ,', piiiii., Murlgile. Il l H-ulUnm, I in I. 1 i,i ; .m,l :i t,, -,, t),t 1 'I'liui., 1 11 tjrihli-ii Lansle, lle.ii...,i i II he, Sin k. li .lh iiii.I I'ri-.l l.ev .ilo mi. Fourth Itaie -Five uml i h I r furl. on' inun. tlon. ihree .i ear olils ami upwar.l. selling IllU.ihrlh liftruooil, 1 II si i(il,,rl.. .'. In I, 7 to :, ami 7 to Id. won. Tiger .llm llu is'ni.leri, 1 lo I, 3 to :. iiii.I mil, seion.l. Wmoler, 110 iTaplinl. e-en, in, r, mul oul, third Tim.' I li, I ", (Verier Wilier l,.i.l ami Hriii.lv wine n to run Fifth II. ice - Hit fin l.iiiK. purse I.Tiin i font ve ir-.. Ids anil upward: selling I'lnle II. m. Ui' HM...III. -' , in , evi a ami 1 lo nun, Sepult e.l.i, ii ( l.-ilferivi. 11 ' to ... ivi'll .111,1 1 to L seiniol, I'll ir'pv 1 Hroiin. In.', t Itnlil nsoii i, I pi . t lo ,. mul i I to ... Mill. I Time. I '.'l. Ton ion 1-,., Mlll-.n It-.l.li e. inn- Ui-ti, I ii shall, uml M.ilni.ini.l In iiitivs tnii heil llv Dotnlds 4, bv Mariiuard Hits otf Dunahli. .': otf vtiiripi'ird. !' Frst hiise on lulls Off DoiiiiIiN. .-. olf Mio til i HiPer lul - Hy Misc. 1 Strip U mil H. Srt.e, '., I.) M.-iri(uatil, .' Two h'ie hits M iliii.iii. Murrnr Pier (Irani Tin b.i.e litis Vtiirr.iv. Koren Home runs iliinis. Minriii r-.i Tifliv hil Iteilly Slnleti bat's IlicUiy. (iruhh. I'.olrritoii Dmitile pl.-i.v sio,., to Koits to Holl.o F.mi base -in i-rrors New York. 3 belt on ba.e. - Wa. o 3: New Yoik. r. l'mpirc Stieimr 'I itne I hour mul "". mimiti's -.IliielilllUer Pla.tN Coueiiiiiinii. I'l.iket bllliatd play, rs will pr. vide lh- altiact mi at Do) le's Ful ly sc. ond Mteil Ai'iuleni) for the next lew weeks A iiuicbei nf the professionals who ale In .iimpct. !n the tniirn 1 1 1 h i 1 1 which be gins nest Monday will plu with the lo. .1 .una!, urs Ihls i . ek To-night ,1. si .,!i Cniic inn. II will cinsH cues with J llfuvnid Slim m iker, vvhu recetilly won the niitlnniil 11111.it. ur title The match will consist nf lull balls. Edwaid Cray will lefciee. 1. 'K ran wm OTHER SOCCER RESULTS. M.ix.ihi iitno ran, SI XI II Iliiee Five furli.ngH . pre $30.1, ihii-i yiiirnl.ls uml unnunl seUlin: - Wandereis of Mnnlieal .uined Ihe rigid ' ,f' ," ' V. . ".I1. .JW 1 7,' i Hi. 1. In inn i. i; in ,. in . uml out t n, Al l.eni.t iivit--!. II. T St lieolge r I , 1 At Floods lllnl- llrrenpiilllts truis. I Al il. uii-v rn i.i - sunvv.iy Sllldlers, :, 1. I'ui- F. ('., 6. I. p.. lu play (Jiiehic In Hie finals at the SI Nicholas lilnli tn-uniiriiw ,-iiul Wednisi day rights fin- n K'.jflO purse offered by Cornelius Fellow es, ur i-aiiti, '.n. ii-iui, in 1, m -n u,, i t 2, third Time. 1-10 3 J Idlol.i Flat bush, ("hllliin Trani-p, Phil Ciuinur and Cherry fii't'l alto run, I T Mlollers, il. ' M Tn-ts Oval -Clan S.nti, 1, lenigfel :u F r . '.' V i'IipIsp'I I'lei I Hudson Pulled Wet Side ll.iiig' r g. ne nti.imluneil when nritv nv-.iluil.l' I. Ill I. lew up t Marquette Oval 1 nnkrra F C, 1 Chin I'lilsholni Hi nceri. 9. Al Harlem Uv.il Clan .Mi-Iiiff, 1, Cam crous, i, First It i. -p--Four furlunxs--Julli I.. II it. i:.iilrl. 4 to r,. 1 In 3 .mil out. won. .Vp iphniiP. 37 I.M CliniPr.. I '. lo 1. 4 n I in. I 7 to r. pprotiil. Frisk.. 11 J Mp .'.il.pi. 3 to '.' : to !. and .nil third Time, ii l 1 i Father Kills. Carl Huberts an.' V HI also ran. Se. on. I Hare Pup ind a half fur' 'ng It'll.- Ulcer, 110 II, t ie ti 1 1 t , 10 In I 4 o I mul - In 1, iiu, I'onihn. 103 i.tl.' ,ilfi. :u lo 1, IJ lo 1 .111.1 I to I. as. oul, lilli", II.' IT. III.." 3 to 1 7 I" .' nnd 7 t 10, .hlr.l T'tne. 1 0'". '-' X sl.lnnv II. ..mi. . k, Mliunc'er. Vlrgle I till . Trip. me Av-n-, lie. I'hiitH VV'.ir.l, White Shi" 1 ind PIiiiIpp also run Thli.l It h p -Flip furlongs lto ui.irv '.. i VI il irnerl. 7 to 10. 7 to :' uri I nut von. Amiip.i. IA3 iMntO 10 to I. I in 1 .ml : u. I. ml. Viva, k IT llinrvi .0 to I. H to I .ind I in I, third T n n ; '.l 3 . 111! k I hniu.it, S oi itoi Pliii'iKin, 'ii ill Nn Quirter )r 1'ilp uml 1'nj.irnll.i ulso r-n I'i. i'Ii Iti.e -line in 1 1 Hvci ir l lloltin in i. 3 to 1, even .111,1 In . hilsl .plil'ie, 110 II. Hi III rt H in ". an. I I to 3. seciiinl. II. no ., tn I, t i ii .'. ..ml 7 in 0. th 1 3'.i Injun. XI ml sill ami Ipug i 1 mi Fifth Knee-Seven fui'onx' I ,i (ni dura, '.it l Vi-toli), ii to 1, .' to 1 an 1 even Willi, SemnllU U.lll I, ? Ilnlll.l.r, r. t I, 2 In I and even, second. M mil.' I" 1 . Henri i. li to 1, I', m 1 uml 3 tn I Mil Time. I'.SH I-'.. Klv.i. F vlng I'mlem Swe.le Sam, llrinmi'll. Sain Cnini..r II llm t 'a it a III liriist' mid Clnu.l t'hl.-r nisi, ran, SU'h Hue Five .Hid n hi'f far iiil-h - 11. ..pie 10.1 lAi'toill. 3 to I pv ' tl in ;'. won. .lesptlu.i .nrite. tt iM . ii l. 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