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THE SUN, TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1915.
Tennis Schedule for Season Announced Cyclist Goodwin Suspended Wtltse to Manage Jersey City 10 MANY TOURNAMENTS FILL TENNIS SEASON Louir l,is( of CliniiiiiionMiips inid Oilier Fixtures Is Anmmnceil. SKVKHAI. CHANCES MA IMi Lawn tennis pluyets ot tills country Will lll0 tile bttslfst IX'JMIIl In tin' history of the K.inio this your. The llrst championship mi ! sehcdnlo nf fixtures for the comlmr season iiii nounied lv tin- Cuited States Niillonnl I,awn Tii. ills Association Is llii" Arizona Klntn event which stinted lit tin- Tucson Tennis Club Inst 1-Yid.iy. Tin- list was liivcti out yesterday b Hobrrt n. Wrcnn, president of til") association, mill idiows a number " chumies. The women's mt trupolltah champion chip, about which there mm some doubt, will stay at tho West Side Tenuis Club, but ttu nii-i 's metropolitan vv 111 move from the West Side to Hionxvlllc, where It v II biKiii on June 12. The season will brum for the local pl.icrs with the Harlem Lawn Tennis flub open event on Ma 1.1. Another tourney th.it will bo missed by the followers of tennis In the in.til'olltall district 1h the New York St ile champion- 'lp, now held Mnui;ri Mil.outjhlin. The Crescent Athletic Club, wheh held the tourna ment fi.r years, d d not put In a bid for the event and It was allotted to the Yahtiundasis Uolf Club nt Pilca The vvi'iner or the touriiniiient this ear also will take l-.o title of Central Nrv York champion Th-ie tournaments will be played nt th I'.tii.iiii.i-P.icilli i:xsltloii rounds. Fan l-'i.iue sto. the Pic. tic eoant cham pionship, startlim .lime Hi ; the P.iuama Pncilh liiamptii.shiif. stilt t'.ni; July 1", iiml t i; Cillforii.i State chamiionshlp. Haiti' R September 1". Tile local out door m isun will close w th the Crescent A. C. n tatloh tournament. bcKlnnliiR Si pte-i'Lit In. Ill the lonir list ot events the fo lowing an- the most Important and of I: tercet to lot-ill players : M ll 1'. litniKW "Oil nivirc.l courts III- l loll rrlniM"ii rnlversit.v Tennis t'rli" inn, P-liiei ton liiterschn-H.irl- n 1e?u.s fluii open tour-ll.ir.i.-J lnter hnlatlc at 1 Momstouii Held Chili. . N .1., v. .iimn's "InK'ei mid en. t:. Sleepy HulloH Country iiriiuvh. N. Y.. Imltatl'll tnur- oi tti ion In. i, I'lK, M-r,t ilout,! lin'm 'i i'.'-S.. IV, ham I'oun.ry C!al l'e lu'ii Manor, N. V. women's Puliation i mrn imcnt. 2H. Tuxedo Chili. Tuxedo "S Y ,1. v Itatien : ... New V trk Lawn Tctu.l- ul. N Y rk. Munhiiun doubles. renins i mi', lores' lit . I. 1., womIl niriri'i'iiii.iii VVKST I OINT, .iiariil .iiii".,K,i it rhimpi.'nMilp. Cjan-y T. nnl Club of , f ,. ,n vt November and the ma'V football Mm-, ran, who lln.ii Xc, k !llil C.iuiury Clul' iireit,tre anxious to witness that classic ate Neik station. I.uti Ulund. Nas-.iu ami, ,.Ven now sendlliR III their subrlpti-ins juceii ih.mpl'.nhli tnurmimi-nt 30. , . vmiy Athletic Council In the niirabeth Tnn ami Counir Cliil'. llllm- IO 111 ., ' , ,. ,riv nl.. rlTitlim will b. fi. N. .1. iteui.:.' iiiurtMinenU 31. hope that an earl sip'si rlpuon VMU M rl n i rl.ket i"u.,. phlUilelphU. Pa . i insure seats for the (tame. Now that v omi ajtiiplinnhlp Pi-iinsylvanU .ind jt ),., een detlnltelv ilecldeil to jil.o ""Tri'.lra.lelphU .Ticket dull. Phl.a-'' t est on t he IMlo r.UII.U .l di.ph i fnPil SMi.s iliiiiiipli.nshlp. , New ork. followers of Arm athleti. s i, .m, 'i'i slnniis. liublv snd mixed . are keenly interested, and iline In aauL n. 7, Ar.i ic kiolri Cluti. Vmikrs, t'harire of the matter at the M.litiH let J .V." V;-lVMV.et.',e!Acaden,y are kept Un-y ".''rln,. m cli ttnriorifhlp. 7. .M-irlne unit Kield Club. I null le". No silbs.-llptlons will be re. ltrook.vn. .mnusl i.ptn tournjtni-nt . 7. IMrk Ireixed by the athletic isiuncll unless th" riun. Hufljlo. u.si.rii Ni York later- , h.,,i.-i, ii.,Mr.nj i ! u I r i.' ;ui. nan Hr'i'- .: A a. Wronxit'b. iiifiriipeMtiui ' n , inn 'i,-ilii. 1.' I.,, UK ."" I crkket Club, Jin..-, i.. it i hamtd nrlilp sliiK.es. M, Xli ri-ni I'll, KOt ll'l". U ,rit"t'l, l . ir',11 Ftaii , h.i.nii"ishlp. Is. s Itneh TentiK ('hi',. S'e Itm'helle, N. V. liuiW, lllUKe ehampl'mshlp 1. I'dtunLi-Pa III-' P.xp ml' i "li litnui.ila San rr.iniie. I'.irltli cuafi iioo.-s 1 1 i.ll!.,iildp. :l, UMiure i ,.lwn T ml Cluli. Snu'h ur.itlKe. N. J.1 MUM o Sii'n i li.uupl ,nh. p. I'l. Wllmlim Inn I'uijir.rv c ut,. VVIitnliiKtnti, Ileiauur'1 F:a''' i 1 .t ni pi .'ii s 1 'p. I'lt'slmri; Athbtic Aks ,i I I'lou. littuhurR, i.wy court ihiini-, Plon-! Ip of thi I'nl'i'd stiies; 2. Klin.-" f'oun' Tennis t'luli. Urn ,klvn, lemK leUinl i th rnpl"nlilp. ;''. P.....t"ii Colli. New burl' N' Y open tuurn.inient. July 1. N.mi.u Cmin:r Cub. (Hen Cnv. I I. Invl'.iiMri t'l'i'r. iment , J Whi.iin d aula ii.iif i "luti, Ptli.i New nrk -t.ite fhnipb'l-'lilp. also i'tiif i! New Y'irk Stste 1 chmnpl' ' h,'. 3 Vnlv -i-lty Heights Tfn- ni CI ii,. fnlversln HeWhts. Nnrth M.le , rhnmplunslilp of New York tty . 5, AtUtiiii Athletic fiuli Atlanta, i ll iinpioni-hip "f the South, se. tlmial d'i'il'les: t". I'mii'iii l'arlili liitiTii.ii Innal Kxt'iMltiiiti (ln'iiii'l". i Sim Prim- n. 1' nam i-i'io Hi' ibaiiipi'in hlp. 10, Slivatm I'nuhtry I'lub. Miuint Vernon. N. V. West, in tr Ci.urnv Tennis Assnclatlun. h i'npl':iwh!p Wet-, heter u'uit, ilu-i' I. 1J. Country, Club "f VeP hi"ttel, VV'e"ti hester. N. V.. , annual Invitation slnitles .ml doubles; 12, noitilliT' "IViinli' C.ill'. AV'oo'ltnere. 1, 1., men- mui n t'ni-iit . III. Hoikaway lliintlin; Club C'- litrhurst. 1.. 1.. uiinuil Invita.lon. 2". l.i'llK" I cricket club, lloston. Mms, LmKnoi flnKles. IJistern. douhlre; .:. IciKenere Club. IMcetnere, I.. 1. annual tniirtiainetit , 31. iinwi nt-U , Club, Lake l-'orei. 111. WcKtern chutiiplon Ulpj and I'ctlntnil dnul.lis Ausust I'nlnt Judith Country Club. NarraKan'-tt l" r. It t. annul! njt a tnurn.iiiieMt . , '!,. rlnht l.avvn Tennis and Crl. kot Ciub. hi ..b: lull'. N J. alinulil lll xli.iilon i."irn.'i' i.-ii li. V'" i.linei.. Club. Wnfi.lnii-r'.. wniiiin'- eli.tinplnnslitt, nf l.nnif Island, in and l'. unui'itsli I'luli. I.ak' Vorcfct. 111. liitU'iiu m'tiniial d"il",i'S. it', Ncwp"rt CiMtt". s-v.p''ri. It 1.. Iiivltutlun tournament ; -1. Hmnxvllle Athletli- .Vi-'-tiHtlnn. lininxvilie. N. V . iiimual open tournament . 2.". Mend nv I'lub. .-.nuiluinip-toll, annual lliv.tition tiiiirtialnent . 30, West Side Tenant i'lub. Pon M Hills. I, 1. national sinker b miplnnshlp, natlanil rhallenicc douii'i s ,,nd n.itbm.il Intirnrtin- laHlc lll.llliplnliMllli. September ii. Xyuck country Club, Nynrk N Y. annual up"ii tournament, 13, Merlon Cricket i.iub. Philadelphia. Pa , lntfrro iikiate i luinplon-hip. 13. Wi-t silil.. Tennli Club. Pori-st Htllt. I,. 1 met- 1 .nnn'lliin Itltil.ir cn inipioni'iiip; i.i. i.iiKie ?utH iXtmtf c.-nt AthWtir fiui.. li.iy U1!k. n v., in- vltullon Kiurnati int . U". I..'tiKwoot rrtckt t j r.ub, JK-' lt, .'I . woninn 'iprn mi na. ( jiir nt. Inis'if tH)ti hifs uti'i iiuxi'i uoui'ife. Pf-bruiu 12. t'Mt. ! nih Ilf KltiMM.: Tf-ini club, .N' w Vrk, iMii'n.i! Inl'nr ch tmruon-blp t"- nu n. h l.. I'M fi. Seventh Hvsltnnt Ten nl ( n., N- w Voik. Ih'i'i'jr n.ui'iii.il li.ini plonlilti fur unnvn. 23. liiiK noil rovcrca rotirtft. Ho! on, M , Uv- lia!m tournKinTit, ni'n'n iklr. and imU.e PENT? NINE TO SAVE MONEY. null Ptnyers (ilxe l'p T mini nil 'ruble for lli'iiiionij 's siiUi'. T'ltltiAiiKM'lIi.v. March 22 The t'nl- frslly of Penti'.. iv.inl.i Varsity bar., ball Kuad has decdrd to maid' a irencious and niiexiiei led snerllli e, aocordlnir to the Hnnouti. enient mule bv t'apt. IHcU Wallace this afternoon, by voluntarily iitu'l'.slllnr; th tiiiinlm; tablo for the ntlto season.. This action bus been taUen by the men In nnler to help tlie ntliletle Assocl.it Inn, which Is heav ily In debt Just now. If they Iteep to their determination In cut down e nioses by jibolisnmi; the tralnini; table utiil livlna tlie simple life, the (Jiialnis vill bo distu ifiiished an tile lily bin ollene ti.llll in Ihe countiy nut havlnu this adv.mt i;e (llllinel slmilld Mine ii Clncli. llosTON, Mr' 'i 2J -I'i.iiicIb Oulnict, fistuiiul and .Ma.sk. iu iikctu a'laKiir cull c)ianiiii.h, will have a chance to defrinl Hi latter title I, IiIh home ' e ir It VV l ,u.l ollla'f'd to- course tliN Ia In tlie tiou 11, 'I Via s ,, 1 n l l.'.ISltts Ij If SMC.1- I'tll' , I' 'll,l iMMlt'l hi pi 1 'I ii 1 , land (1 T ' 'a Three n vv o, land last mm . n is now 74, Innl "I , ' I i V oiid. I ' "1 2.' 211 and 21 n'l'lid , w od idle iii.i tt'iii HH'oiil Joinll i. liiinnct, his Iji other llajmond and J, II, C'liuae. GOODWIN SUSPENDED FOR USING WHEEL AS SCYTHE Effort of Crack Cyclist to Disable Opponents in Race Reported by Referee Dibblee, and Action by Chairman Kelsey Is Immediate. lMdle llondvvln, one of the best boaid lloor cyclist of thin district, Minds, sus pended to-day nu a reult of hl at tempted Interference with the race of the Thirteenth Iteclnient Athletic Asso ciation on Saturday nlKUt. Itlch.'ird I-, Kelsey, ch.ilriu.in of 'he board of control of the National C.vetltiK Association, said last tilirht that he li.ul received a report of the circumstances uttelidliiR the open race at the Thir teenth HeKlment Riitnes on Saturday HARRY VARDON COMING; SAYS HE'LL SAIL SOON (Srcnt British Professional h Almost Certain to Try for American Coif Title. Vor was received by cable fem t.nmlon vesterday that Harry Vardon I had announced dellnltely his Intention of coinlnc to Ameilca airalti this ear and that he would sail In a short time. I Vurdon'B presence In the open eh.itt'plon shlp at IUlturol In June thu Is as sured, and It Is pplmble that his c'dtf lirltlsh rivals will follow his example. The comltiK visit to this country will ' he Vardon's third, lie ctime here tlrsl i In lPin and won the natlomil open rhamp!onhlp over the course ot me I'hlc.iBo Ciolf Club at Whealen. 111. With Hdward Hay as. a conip.uilon he came over asaln In 1!'13. and after try ing with Hay and frauds otiimet for Ihe natlomil open title at Hrookllne tlnlsheil tecond to tlie oun It'iston anvitfiir In the fain. us three cornered pl.ivon. Vardon I. the only man who has won the Hrltlsh open champion ship six time", lie I the ptc-int holder of the title and also won It In 1 !'!, 1!. 1''03 and 1 '. 1 1 . FOOTBALL FANS ASTIR EARLY. eiiil III nillenllon for enls nt rlll-llvy tinnir. West Point, March Althouch rionor iH Indorsed bv an offl' -r of the . armv or a cadet 'at tile neademv. The seMetary-triMsuier of iln- ,ith utlo council, I. lent. C. It. Mej in ...,, .i... ei,t for tlie Arniv-Navv tiotllli es baseball (fame, which Is nhedub I lo t ike place lure on .May "H. will be ! served for th ise members of the .ithbtie asi-oiiatlon who desire them All ipnll cations for tickets should be ,ddressed to him before Miy in The Arnr. will open its biseliall season here on Man h 31 with New York University. Burns Says Willard Is Sure to Win, but Tommy Seems to Be Prejudiced Special announcement Tommy Hurn, i from whom Jack Johnson won his title, says that If Jess Wllt.ird doesn't stop Jack Johnson he will never to pick n winner atraln. In . Tommy s.( .s ; "1 think Jess s absolutely win. I f.'Uk'lit Johnson In an attempt i letter sure to elltltel.V ' wrotiir fashion. I plaid Into his hands, j thlnkliiK I could oiilirame him. If I bad Uixed him Instead 1 could have stayed I the limit and won the ibsislon. As fin I Johnson, I think ho Is tho poorest ! champ.on we ever hud. (lit the ileteii rlvn lie is pi-limps the irie.itet blK in in that ever lived, but he will never ci't' the Debt to the othir mail Sliiti,- hliu nnd he'll lull. If he lands a i ouple of blons on you and ilmsnt unit you and dm sn t hurt he Kits dlscoiiraci d. I don't see how i he Is ever KOind to Unlit Jess Wlllatd 'off Ills (eet, and iniuiover I don t see I how ho Is koIiiK to hurt I1I111 with that rlKht utiperiut. If WUIaril plu.vs Ins cards rlKht 1 don't sc.. how he cm help 1 helm; the next world's champion. I "I'll tell you pl.tltdv why 1 don't con I shier Johnson a uroat champion, He (111'kid me silly In the tlrst tound of our Australian tlulil. and do jou l'"t he .11.1- inxlea.. .f oonUn-T in and IlnlhitiK nu mm Iih hhiW h.ivt ,n. j)p luikil away, ami mn I , . Ilt h(t .. (lt.L,Mi !hl(t fc1Minim j old trick of his of piiltlm; Isitn liainls ( on my shuiilduis Just to keep me from , hlttiiiK him. Now what do jou think 'of that'.' .Me nearly out anrl still he 1 wouldn't llirht one second on the nuures ' stve' If I ever bad a man as nearl.v out las he had me In that round Mm can 'bet I'd have been ilKht on op of him ' until 1 bad him out. , I "That was the only time be burt me, tbouch. 1 wasn't in a bad vva.v i when they stopped the Unlit. In all my , ' other ilnlits, especially those with lib; I men, I vvas alwnjs ptetty neai 'all In' ' after It was over. Hut after this Dalit 1 I irnt Into my street clothe in a liuiiy. drove my motor car at thirty miles, went home, shaved myself and felt line nnd dandy." . The thlllK libit Jack Cllllev Si ems Iff be tryltiK to dilve home is Hut lliern will be no hitch In the Johnson-Wllliiid match ni far as the Cuban i loverninent is concei lied. Jack's last few bulletins ft. on the Kay tint on the map contain honest o Koodness piomlses that a HIP to the IlKllI won't end ill a Wild Koo'e chase. Jack's latest : "Coiiki essiimu Jose Kstriimpi s, ch.ut man of the iill.eiiH' committee woikituf In rut 1 J 11 1 n't int 1 with the proinotiis of the Illaid-Johiison battle, n hedillcd foi Havana on April I, his iicelvcil positive assurance fioin Picsldenl Mciiocnl tli.it Ihe executive olllcet s of the republic of Cuba am III favor of tho .loliiison-Wil-laid IlKht "I tallied with tlie President 111 his private olllces," sajs Col 1 1st 1 iinnics "As 11 CoiiKiessiii.ui oii 11 ic 1 1 en to quote tne as sajlliK that the Piesnlcnl Is in tavor 01 11m imm ami will not let nn.vtlilliK inietii'ie wnn iioiiiiiik it lie will attend Ihe HkM at the r.tcetr.iek I vviih Ills family and members of Ida no alternative but to suspend tlnodwin K"lnev said that he had no exi ma Hon from (ioodwln of the clrcunistiitne that led lip to the trouble at the Thlr- teenth Iteclninelit K.itneH and thiit an apology n mil OikmIuIii mlKlit lend to a lifting of the suspension. Tin charces maile niralnst floodwln weie submit ted by Harold IMhlee, ref eree of cycllin; of the Thirteenth Hejrl tni'iit (f.unes on Saturday. After beltiK thrown In the second heat (ioodwln laid for the other competitors. In the heat and tried to disable them by sn Itmlmt i his bicycle across the track UNION CLUB VICTOR AGAIN. Urn! It nlelterliocker Tlilril Yelir In Snecessliin, iriiri' ft In 'J. The t'nlon Club defeated the Knleker Isickor Club In their annual hockey K.itne nt the St. Nicholas Kink last nlcht b a score of r. to 2 It the third successive year that tho I nloiis came out on top In the MniKKlt. Their vic tory wh.s earned by better teamwork. Toward Ihe close of the last period ll MlillluWharton, who wnn playlni; koaJ f r the Knlckerliockers, had to leave th' K.iino because of an Injury, f". c. l'ell in tryltiK for a coal hit Wharton on tl head with the puck nnd opened a r.u i over Wharton's eye that required foiri ntltehes. The llt.eup . I t'nlon Club. Positions. Knickerbocker I Citiiniuk ileal WhHrtnn i W'ak-ot jrr Point Twpp'1 ! Cnverpnlnt . . . . M ttoiiie ' Uiori 11 i' Mum in I . i'iitr., . V. Itni-he Left w ini;. . . . Moj ! ItlKht W ll.K It W .MoTdll I 1 WuBftiilT. Pell I'l entice, i.. W.lctelT. UnjtlMi. .s. ore -t'nlon. Iviili-krrbuckrr. -' 1 l' w.n;si.irr, ,1'flii. iln.iN .rir-t perl'til mini's, D-oe, irn 1 1 e. Pel! .O0. M !!.. he in, j,(.,'on'l perluti, J ". ttilr.l nrloii. OnaMvla. i:d0. fnurth t. taff. -Ot ."u'lstttutlui Units Mini H inu-, f.,r It'll.- Mtii.urti iiii.t No. i rlo.l. li. v.ik- 1 - I'nt Cnlon. ' KnU k rbi-ker. U-fAre- llnbev Hiker. St N, hoU t'mir piTln.ls if In i" Time of iratutr nil'iute t VARIED ACTIVITY AT HARVARD "tul 1 llnseliiill. meeer, I'oottuill Truck Tennis Drill This Week I'OMHMIslE, Maw March Sprlnir activities in eiiotts bei;in this week, tlie Varellv sw epotts be;!n at Harvard mdldates reporiuiR lo-o.iy nn.l tile track men biliiK due to stari work to-morrow. The b-iseball mm alradv hHs iloun a little out of dour w.itk and the llrst of next week Opt. labile Mah iti will st.irt his football candldiites out for three weeks viork. Coach Hurcess and Opt. Weld of the soccer team have milv fnur other ve'er.itis on hand. Jennuies, Nnrrls. MofT.it t and O'Ni 111. The frcshm in team I last fall wii" HtlonK. so that a f"t team Is expei'ted. I Word was rw elved from Percy II. nigh- lym to-.lav tint he will be unable to . trend the football practice until the tlrt week In April, o the on.-hlinj will b. d'ltie I'l.tiriiy bv last veer's veterans, 'itui.ni; them Trumbull. Pennock and Ciolldne. Ilauchton, however, will le. 1 turn in time to take churife of the scrim-' m.icini:, which will be put on the last week before the sprinir recess. , laiimfuril Cniiiiii'rs .lolinaon. Will!-- LafiKford won on points over W ii J hlisou at the Vaiidnrbilt . C. lleelor laises to Coillfrr. YoiltiB Hector lost on p- Ints to Prankle j mifrev In a red hot Unit at the Olvm- , 1 a c. I'ist niRht ; I Cabinet, and moreover, will buy bis si. Cs m. I not be uilests of the ni.iirice- ' llletlt " Curley adds preside. t .Mennc.il has vNtcd both Willifd and .lolinsim 'n their tr.ilnlmr iiirters, and after bail; I t ti the pan over -till wants to lm on , Joli'iso". The President made a bet of JlOn on John-oil when h,. aw tin- ciiani- i lilnti tra.nlni; tlie tlist .1,15. Toat was, befole Willaid aiiived. fter liiu Jes put 111 ,111 .ippeaiMiiii. the Piisldetit went around to look htm over. He deilarcd after wateliini; Willard that he believed his bit uoo'l, that the neirro was tool fast for the youni; white man." V "am W.illach Is nursltn: a b nllv su-,,1. b i Jaw. Sam endeavored to Illustrate in Hrothei I.e.tcli Cross the manner In which Ch.ulle White draws an opponent in tor a deadlv left book "li s like this, landi,'' snU Sam. "He le uls bis h it and Invites you to counter, lie waits until he reels vour left In his l ice, then It's --over the river, lie hooks that P'ft over ,'iml down you km, As; N.uumv Knhldofiu Now try it nualti b ft lead no h.tnf,-'" ini popped I.each on the eve and then there was fur tlylru,' n plenty. Loach dived In at his brotlier-maiiacer-lnstruc-tor -i ml tho bovlnir lesson was forgotten In the real thine Sam dually wound up "i a Minim position auainst the wall LOOKOUT tjp llllllllhli'd 1 "It's a irtft held his Jaw Sam Hit Nelson won his first IlKht n Havana .is jicr Iiniieh. They'ie woiklni; Hat up to a card Stewart Donnelly Is the irieat unknown who fell before fie ii'iei. turl'iiis Dane Stewart balls from Indlati ipolle, so they said We.11, If he ever shows up home after lettlnif old Hat dtoi him there'll be more hall hall of tlie fin ti i mi, stove lid variety The Al Itelch-dunboat Smith limit which the Pioneer S. C. says Is a ccr talnO for March HI, Is the best on the borion. Helen Isn't shnvvInK any vvh te leather when he takes on that horny llsi.il child of the hrlno the Cionnet What a sluirKlnir pee; two of the hard est hitters both anxious for Hp topi leciiKnitliin and a pleasant bow from ' Jcems ColTey; It r"iunds nlinnst too kooiI to lie true. Harry Stone says that despite the fact that ho Is tlie best llKhtvvelKht In New 1111U. and Ino'ibnlally the vvelteiwelcht chimplon of tlie vvotlil, none of the stars will i;ive him a chance to cam 11 IivIiik I lain draus I'leddie Welsh, Jack Hill to. 1, l,o tin Cioss, llciuile Leonard, Willie Itltclile, Chatiey White, mil Jimmy Unify Into his dell M.coy Itluincntliiil Is vv-MI.iik in kivo Jim Colfey all Ihe inuiie.v coiiiIiik lo Al Hili'h If Jim can make K110.J his luiist tliat ho can slop KcUii. tin S.ilunlav nluht ul tlin IrvitiK A C 1 liiiiliii.il Smith mciis Jack He, id. i;.oii;c Asia metis Leo lloiick In tint ntai' slar boitl ,! ,M,.cm, stylfd the mldilleweluhl 1 champion of the wnrbl, will have both I hands full when he meets Silent Martin I at lh Jlioadwiiy S. C. to-nluht, n ml thill in coiieiiurnce he had h l.eachle BEAIi0E0E M00EE- ..t II., Urn l,l,l liiiillirr CAPRON Ciintiiieritr . Yorker lit llli A lellins. or PC 1 ll MS 7.VI ;oi inn rut: LAYi:its. W. L. iV. b. Hiiey. . 7 II l).il . 7 I timie rt 2 lie Oil), .1 r Morlll . .1 Jl Klrrkhrfrr. I rt I'O. ino urn n;i :i'..i : i Hl Ciprnn llahmnn i:ni' KHmrs.. ,levne ., bran . . 1 n I n :i ' 4 7 : n I u ClttCAiio, March 2S. ,lon Caproti, the St. Paul veteran, showed some of his old tllii" form when he defeated Oeorpe .Moore of New York In Urn tltln thieo j cushion tournament this .iftemoon, score .111 to nil, In sixty limbics, Moore i had a little the worse of the break III I fortune, but Capron'H ktnry wan de- I served, ("apron had hlKh inn of eight and Mnoie one of four. This setb.iek puts Monte from second Into third iilmo In the stfilldlitK. Cnpron also had tho honor of beatbiK ('h.implon Alfndo Ho tiro last week. .lohii Hahinan of Mlntm.ipolls won tho other afternoon Katne, defiHtlmc AiiKiist Klivkhcfcr of Milwaukee r.n to II In jelht - six Innlnps. i .loliu l)aly of Chlcniro Indited hltnelf s.ifi ly In second place by defentltu! l.lovd .levne of I.os Aimeies to-til(rht. r.n to SJ. Ill seventy-one limine It wis an up and down tuat.ii. I.il once In. 1.1 ii lunfilt .iriltll 1 .... ,1 lllll .tuVTI.i pulled up even with hl-ii. Ii.ily then as- I sinned eomiiiatiil .iffaln, wnllo the hr W. ?terner relapsed Into comparailve quiet. Italy posted a liiBh run of I and Jcytie B. MRS, BARLOW EXCELS AT GOLF IN HIGH WIND Four Strokes Better Titan Her Nearest Hivjil in Medal Hound at lMnelinrs(. I to sit up. thoUKli ho wnn inner, in oniv u n t little more than n week ao. His PtNKili'Rsr. N. C. March .. -A . ard i (, M,t)r tIllnks4 ),o will be out In nn nf P2 was the bet In to-day's niinltflea- j o'her week and able to resume, prac- Hon round In th Culled North and ; South amateur coif tournament, and It won the (fold medal for Mis. H II Har low of Merlon, with a inarchi of four stroke". "Vet Mr' 11 H. Sto-'kton of i Pl.iinlb'ld and M!s M ni llelm.ir of I Midlothian. Mrs. J. V Hnrd of Pitts- I bum Meld Club. Mr ,1 Hayinond Price and Ml"s l.ou'se Hlklns ,if fiaknuirit. Mr. W .1 Kaltb of Wk.ml and Mrs i Herbert I. Jlllum nf the Wsper Counirv 1 Club, liiinell. Mis", were the oth'"s to iiMke the Mrt tllsht A lUKh wind added from four to six stroke" to the averni;- ,.nr,i The ouiillilers: t.o... hul.lnn.airi It 11 llPln'l. Merlon. 13. IS-92. Mr- 1! 11 Moek'-n 1 Plilnnebl l'i. It- '. Ml Mvra 11 11-1 mar. Ml.Pi'ltltan. I in s. M- I V, I Hard, lill-burit Pleld. 13. 15 !'. Mr- t Itayniond Price. Oik nnnt. I.i. in - Mrs I VV I k-.' li. WvVauyl it 10.. Ml" I.i. ill's i: kln-. luk'iinnt, . .' .31". Mrs. 1 1 Herbert t. .Hll.in Vespr J. 1. St.. nnd KlKht -Mls P.'lUi Harmtl. New Haven, Mrs VV llllalll West llnnttnird.ini iV.ille, Vtrs P. It. Helirend Hrle. Mr. , II. Hnlllnsswrth. iirenhiii k . Miss I Sar ih Kvani. Tedes. o. Mrs ilayes Troiv i , bridite Ni llaien. lr t It Palmer. I Ilrle, VUss Frames C Him, Te lesco , I Tlilrd P.U'lH Mrs C. P Pehe'xellee ' llaekens i' k . Mr. iSu Met. ilf Vcanam 1Ish Mai,, in ir""Meil. Hvi-rlon Mle- Klorenee I'ri'ft llakni'llll, Mr St tu cr Mecklnl" 'ir Mrs It C Mllllb North lliur. Pa Mr. I p tta-dm r. s. hi .!. i Mrs Willi I'll e...) fort, lleadlnif ' Kon.-th KiKbi vtrs r s .inner. Kn- i makl. .Mrs 1. H I'lnne). pprinntleM . ' , Xlrs. .1 P Wllilaiiison. Wy.imtnir: Mrs w ,.I Ko"r xterioii. Mrs It Ihoksr, iVa, ' eabui ; Mrs l- H I.xivren. e P'a'nHeld. Mr 11 ll van i ieer. ivitciiesi- Mrs .vi P. liardner. Iliirkensack Plftli I : I k ti t -Mr tiensld Parson. Yiiunpstnw n , Mis. Helen llarnei New Haven; .Mis V i .lu.td. Il.'lv.'ke. Mtss llraie Karrelly. HnKiewn.tl t -s J. l llithtwai. Mnntreal. Mrs i: Murphl. Arnnlinlnk , xtre VV . J I. iiiK-ririliii. Oak mont. Miss uisie Jones. Momrni COLUMBIA'S -yvTlATH AROUSED. Ileirliis roti-st Vmilost Holes of IlllsUi.tbflll l.ellicne. The Columl'ia campus wis rharsiid with H'dUfiation vestcrdr follow tnir the , aiiniiuncett.etit that the I' ten "Il.-klate ( H isle tbiill l.e'iirue 'ind p.iss,., font res, -Intions restrletiiR the el'.-.MIttv of plsy eis, one of which nffrcts Wilier W Dvvver, the newly electid Hlun and. WTille captain Acordlnc to ti,e new' rules no student who has a eoilei;,, de-j Kree. his played for thtee vears on anv tiam or I8 retristered as a tteslinian caul plav on a varsity lusketliall te mi , P.vytr Is sure to e,.t his A H decree j thfs splint; tint Intends t. iont,nue his, studies at Columbia He has jil.ij -l j only two je.in on the vnrst tea c. i The fact that these resolutions werei p.t-sed without a slntflc Columbia rop- reientatlve at the iim tlni; hi Id at the Hotel Impel tal has not tcdid to nllav tlie feelin.-s of the Hlne and White fol lowers. Last eur a rule was irop"vo, b.irrliiK ftishinen from plivitu on vai-' slty teams ami at that tluii Vab threat-i etied to withdraw from the Icictio if ill passed because Chulij Taft and1 lvlntiev, two members of the champion- ' ship team, are fnshtneii 1 j Coiiciioiiiin Ileitis .fiiitiiiiil.fr. Joseph i 'oti' mi on, who will be New i.lirsev's i present, itiie In the N'evv York I priiliiiln.irv tournament 'o pbi; four l Ui.vers t , isnnpete In the .National Pocket Hiliiaid LeiiKtie. deflated J Hawaii! Shoemaker. uatl'Hial atitatein ohanipioii. at Doyle's Inst nlKhl The ! score was 10(1 to 72 Tn-nlRht Coiiimii j lion will play Hdwanl K (!-ir. Illllniel llijoss (loir til II lull Wind. l Piei'iii'iiuT V f lnich '" Francis to-day. i iniitnet plaved" thlr'ty-f'x bob"" in thf aPernisiti The hlRh wind pleased him, iifferitiK as tt did p'oblenis which the champion frequently is cullrd upon and ex tcl to solve Exit I jjFriction jjl Friction will ruin your car. DIXON'S Graphite Grease No 677 For Transmissions and Differentials reduces friction t1 tho mini mum. Tins sclonti'il fluke motor (frniihitc contained in it urnpliiiit'S nil bcnrinn stii'fiicps to nlisoluto Miitioth ncsN, pri'vi'ntiiif mftiil-to-int'tiil contact. Tht Dixon Lubricating Chart will bt nt frrr. JOSFPII OIXON CRUCIBLE CO. Jrtrer City, N. 1. &CS Fjl.tli.litJ 1827 1 i i sXx NEW ELEMENT. DUSTJsrlLLAfGS TELLS HUSTON '. PILES ON HARDSHIPS fold, Wind, Kaiii Mild Stum-(Jet New Ally in Conspiracy to l.otnrrtflinnts' Worli. JlVKif WILL 00 TO HT. PA I' I. ilanls. I to-day I Marmx, Tex,. March 21.-The I some of thcln, put In part of IreielvitiK their second shot of tin'l j typhoid serum. Tlie Vneo anil San I Antonio teams reassembled here thin I mornlni?, but the ranks tjf the New York party hnvo been thinned by the 1 departure of Hnlloway, Olnss. and Mar shall to Join the St. Paul club. Tun f other playerH, Olpo and .Johnson, fire j tu teavi for the Kinw purpose to-mor- row, nnd Dyer, the shortstop, also sold St. Paul, will no thero from Chl- oiikii. i He Imn not reported nt all thin iprlnit. There are of the youni; pltchlni? miunn hero four who loom up bltest nu likely t bli; lonuue material lieforo lonR. They urn Ulpe, Hitter, Stroud find Klrniayer. Who of these four will mako the team this year Is mere Kuen.twork, the situa tion beltiK Involved by tho number of pltcheis who are practically sure to bn retained and by the nenseless twenty- Williams la nnother'of rlKht hntiders Is us well conditioned one player limit nrnmlAlni: voutiK boxmati. but it Is dif- : ticult Li die how thero will be room 'for more than one of these younKnters ! unless two or three older members of , tho Muff aro to bo let out ' Hitter, the typhoid patient, had lm- proved so much to-day that ho wan nbie tlce m two or tnree weas i.vinenuy i he has a mill annex no usmi i io-. much welEht It is leliorted about the camp th.C Hube Miiniuard will be .isslnneil to the M-eond tenm when that batch of i limits depart tor th Nonh on Wedne.sd.i Conditions for practice thlf. atter ntein were very bad. but Mriiraw. with prophet!, vision. rn.iybe. or dlsmi'tnn if the eirntlc weather, had bis men out I until noon in the mornniir. the loncest iiiornlnK drill of the sprnii; The skies clolide'l Uli In the afterni'iin and hlirh vvi'.d arose and kickid up so much du' tint the work wen' on under diHlcill- ties The Hants havo had .old and J wind and rain and snow this trip, but ' ill's w.n the first time dust h:, added to their hardships The prac tice name, was called ff CADET H0BBS BEST ATHLETE. Sabre for firiiiTiil pollrner In j spurls Is Axxnrdeil to 111m. I didet Inland Stanford HobK-. who ha.s bii'ii a ui niber of the football. bae. ;ball, leaek and b.isketlsill te.i.tn.s ilorlnsT his four yiars at We-t Point. h.i re lelwd the Armv Athletic Council eab-ii awarded annually to tho Urst cl.s ciilit , who Ins made the best Kner,il record 'in atlibties. ! Since he ent red West Point from the Jersey 'it Central HlKh ScIiojI, t Cadet Hobbs 1ns been t o leaditiK ath i li to of his Claris, and bis creates! hon ors have been won on the fisitball team, i although he did not play against the Navy last Novvmber because uf an lli Jurv. fm the baseliall team he hni won dlstinoiu'ii as a hard and tltuelv bitter, and lie has another season of Kise ' ball befnte li'ui. as he will not bo Krndunted until Juntx I OLD UNIFORMS ARE REVIVED. I'oril lm in s.nr t seil to After wearlnc Ailopf m 'iilnrs Tbnt "Win (tiiities, five different colored suits in as many .vears the Kordham baseball tenn at last has returned to the suit- worn until lfinn That season the M.itooii lost hut two Karnes and from present Imilcatl ins will hive Just as itoo.1 a team this y.ar. Capt Harry Kfttie luis a hunch that the old suits will hrltiK the M.irO'in irood luck and the athletic association ha made the present suit, the rtnndntd for all time. Tlie color is a liKbt el ly brown with Potdb.im piinted across the front of the shirt instead .,f down tic middle, as In the last lew seasons Tie nv in stead of lu liiK plain are rlnui d with i tuo of v lute nanow stripes ami wii te aaklits The sh.rts nre iiii Kiay with halt maroon colored sleeves Vlorei Villi I ii siroliesi IVmi Hunt. Pint, vi'in tut v. M irclv"22 a'oio'h Viv ian Nickalls of the I'niv. rsltv i.f Peitn ' vivalllu CCeVV is heelllllK his Itletl on ,iiIko these tlavs b i"iit Imialh siii.tint. them about in bis i ndciMie to tlml the IstioiiKcst i it n 1 .1 1 in 1 1 't i for the Vale race in week from Saturday When the nun I reported for prai'tne to-day be an 1 ii.'iinccil thai Mats.v was to return to 1 st toko of the vareltv, teplacitiK Shoe nriker, vvh" It was tlimtKhi last week I hud won the position pi emnnentb . I olfiiinii llii-ntliiinis Miinii, Hal Coleinin, IM', won the cikIi'I' Kaine of th" Msnhaltan handicap balk line tiiuri 1 11 !.. lit at the .MornlnKslile Hil 11 nil Acoli'u.v fnim'ieorKeP Moon. Jr., L'nii, last 1 IkIi', scorn IToi to to Cole man made h'Kh runs of I. 2 it nnd 22 and aver.iKcd 0 n t -36. Moor's best clus ters wete SC. HI and 11 nnd bis averaKe vv an I It nil i'rotllnu VenrlliiK llciid, WasIMN'ITON, Pa. March 22 Hcrsie Admiiai. 2.2s. hohler of the world's tecotd tor a veaili'.K ttottltlK llllv over I half mile track, died here toolny after ,1 si .ot Illness of pi,eumoi,la S'o was foaled IVbru.ii'.v 2s, tfttH. establlslieil her worlds rec nl here last November and bad been Limed fur 7,nno worth ol two-.v ear-old futurities the comlliR season II S 'ifiyson, her owner, re cciillj refused fil.Oliti for her. tt'Coj Survives ili. IlrlnK. The new 1 McCo.v boxi d a draw with Totntnv Miidibii In Iln If ten round bout at tin Hroadway Sportlutr Club's uiili nie 1 sit t-i tiny Helvveen (he fourth and fltih toutids McCoy's seconds by mN- I I Id' emptied a Istttle of sun HIiik salts down his throit, lb- nave the expicled war dance nnd Ihe ti'-xt round li.nl to he postpone until he nvlved He boxed about tlie same alter his snIk as In fore Pieneli lloters Wimiiileil nt I'rotil. Many 1'iencli boxeis have fallen In the vv ir and the latest to succumb to b s wounds is Antoiue Pellet, th,' well known llKhlcr Mann, who scored ll lame number of suci es.-es In Pails last season, bloke his Ick In ,1 recent biviiiet cliatKc near N'anieiiil. P. M cluud, Ihe excelliut Nanlals Isixer, bis ic clved severe Injuries at the from vvhl"h may handicap him in li's futtiit' 1I11K 1 .11 ccr llnvnilil Kliees Poslponcd 1cnl11, IIW'iNA. March 22 Haclnir fit Oi I enlal Park was postponed to-day unlit Thursday on account of the hart con dition nf tlio track following rain. his opinion Praises Pipp, High, Maisel and Pitching Staff, but Points to Need of Southpaw Kelley Reports He Has His Eye on Several. Savannah, . Mnrcli 'ii. The hard hlttlhir of his regular on Saturday .iKalnst tho Savannah pitchers bolterei hv peral of the Yankee oo!tn seems 1" have proved th Milne of MatuiKer Hill 1 Imnov.in's piilnstnkini? drills upon the olf'tislvo iratne. To-day was loo cool ami windy for outdoor exerclslne and 'as the club In likely to leno at noon Frldnv for Mayton.i, I'll, only three more dayi will be nvallnblo to prepare for the four pamo tilt with Wllbert Hob- lnson' slucKlnn Pmlifers. ThroUKhout i theso three dH.vs tho nrdiioui hattlni? drills will continue Honovini looks forward to the. Day ' tona visit us the best means of ascer ' tulnlnff the early xprtni; strength of h1a ciu1,. umil Mnturday his boyn hud not ),. ,ho offensive stremrth expected. Donovan reallr.es that he Is very likely to encounter fHr better pltchlni; from Hrooklyn than Savannah whh bb to Rive, and In preparing his pitchers for the task ahead of them Intends, that the batters will also benefit. The Yankee leader believes tlmt Ills veteran staff at any lot now In tho South and that with a little hnttlni? encouragement they should be uble to rrlve a mlshty Rood nccoiini of themsehes st the Hrooklyn camp. Card. T. Huston, who spnt the week en a at Hrunsvviek, Sn., with Oeorne T. Stalllntrs, the Hoston miracle matt, returner! much I'tieouraited by the visit. 'Stalllnes expressed the opinion that Plpn would provn a wotnb'tful star for us," said tho Opinio ' He Is also of the opinion that Hlirh will round out a is-impetetit otlttlelder He thlnl.s Maisel. on licrount Ilf his stre.lt speed, one of the most valuable assets of tho club 'ieontr. who known the veteran pitchers, believes that if our club had one tellable southpaw If would be as. sun, I of as Hue a pltchlnr? staff as could tm round atiywnere. I'ouovaii lontt lias realized the need of n rood left bander. We hope to net him liefore the Opltlilli; of the season St.tlllnirs appeared finite surprised when Capt. Huston told him ho had no reisiin to hope that lT.inli tinker would play In New York this ear. "Ovet In Macon mv bins have been laylni? odds that ihe home run hitter would be Hi a Yankee uniform this voar," said Stalllntfs. "I would like to lay a little bt that tinker will he In New York If he Athletics lie is does not return to the not tfi'ltn; to iiiit base. WILTSE MANAGER OF JERSEY CITY'S CLUB 1 !n mm Siini-s! Vt'tonin "f i i 1 1 1 . Wlin Says H Will l'itcli for Uts Tpnni. President Harrow of the International , , i .... u ... i t-esiTiin nnnnincsl i- niitht that h- had slimed CiCorKo fllnoks) wr.trc. fonuer Clant star, to matMKe the Jersey my tam the oomlnc season Wilts", who vvas release,! unconditionally by the CiUnts Inst fall, will Hike charxe lm tue.lateh He will find thlnKs In pretty fair shape, a.- President Harrow and Seerctuo Wicks of the club have slKneJ up nearly all of last ear's pla.vers us ivell as several new men of promise. Altogether there are seventeen men under contiact. The club vv I'.; d, at home tb's year its sprlnc tnilntnr? A schedule of oxhi- bltloti Kiiiins with m ijor le.iKUe ilubs altenly ha been .irmnKcd. Wlltsi. who st.ll llviv 111 New Vork, Ititi n.l- to .stibllsh a summer ps'ilence with Mrs Wl'tse in Jersey city When recti ves'erl.iv he - '. I he will continue p.t, inns:, tal.liii; bs renulai- turn In the im I 1 SEATON TRIES OUT HIS CURVE. speetlsi II llirr III Hlilsemoii Portii sttiferi. Pins It ebeii rse il. 1 Hit'.wss U'rt t.s. Miss Mit.h 22. Haw wr itb' i irreccfl the It o- I i It W 1" so cold 'n that Mii'taKfi Mane- did is'l.fed s'11.ld thi tl, 'in I nt: not take his I ut lied then bMel,. s to thi ball p.llk tossltiK the inediiine ball .liMiind and JoUUlUK over thi llllls dllfltlK the Ilium ItlU Woekotlt Tile Wialhcr lis'.IIIie WMiiiier In the aftei lio tn and tin' siilad worked out "it the diamond Th. men lecclved thee llrst instructions ,1 to how the nUecze pin1 Is worked Tom Sfiiton 1I111I11K his sta on th mound was ciiimiik th'tn oyct in inld sia.oii form. Heit lMvv.it dr. 'ho ynutiK Intb'lder. wis iinabb lo fit th'ipate In rltbei wotkoul, as tne vvoiiml In his left foot which he rivetved by b'lne -p'ked in the Biitne at Clinton on I'ltdav bus not ct heiiled Nl"k Cullop vva- an other alisen'iK Ills cold lias ;pi to slum Improvement FEDERAL 0LUB BANKRUPT. I oil I ll ti ft polls MocUtmldrr Piles Plen of liisnlv eni In Cimrt. iNPt.WArni.tn, Marvh 22 Tho In ilttnapolls I'ederal I.eaKtie club was de limed Insolvent In a I'mnplalnt filed In Superior Court to.dav I Pllnv W Hai t'loloiuew, formerly Su , perior Court Jmliie and a stvn'krholrier of the dub, filed tlie paper. He allf'Kes thai. In addlllon to an In debtedness "f ?7."i,00n, tho club Is In debted to the siockhoidcrs for non-payment on il per cent dividends on J30.II00 I worth of stock 1 1 roil d Onlpolnts V'rhrr. Kid Hronl iif Philadelphia outpointed Charley Weber ilt the Military A. C l.i st I'lKht. 1 TRACK AND FIELD NOTES, The inpil'ev re av nice the I'll: ' V' I"' III llie I'm I Ih llt'Ki Ill AMiletl Snliirdliv III xt Tlie ellll premiss to he e- of ih" Pain Assm ' ,1 1 Jo 11 nu at pi "sent entn- til le. s the ,ntli;llll! I.v 11111 Mill ros t .1 Pastime A I', Present Illntl dull Hlnl lllsh .Vllli'lii'.ltl A c link I.Ptner. Ill" recninl hest walker ll) the lll"lt 'l"lll 111 lllslltit. seems to lie lost la tin If 11 Aiierhan V 1 In the roe to 111' I isii-tie A I "11 -utnliit Itrnier IV 1- ' I.Ml ile.l 1- III! ill I, lie I It" hltl'l ' ll" ""il, I 1 pi, ' l" Ul" P 1 time S I' l-i open ' 1 111 11 'I ',, t liar',' I'l, 1' 111 it 1 ter of Ihe Se i Hal , ill ' ' ' 1 ri !! 1 lin pri'hii Hon a u' tl'i.n 'a- 1 .1 1 - r,. 1 t , ty t la Mill llllile, nl , e lie! ,ei he wl'l run for the Irish Aiiuilinn A- C or the Millruro A. A. of Yankee ball not whlln he is nble tu )dy 111 the major league. .1. l'ntlil.lln Is too bind of moiie to think of ulich .ill ab pllrd in t." Stalllnir, iiernrdltir; to Ciipt. llU'ton, Is of this belief that the Ulnnts will prove hi, chief source of worrv this rummer. lie believes Meiltaw has lidded KrcHt Hrenittli In I.obitt and Pol Perrltt rliiht In iiots where Improve ment will count most, but tin- bli? c hief believes ul.-n tint the world's cham pions have Improved throuidi tho nr. Miilsltlon of Sherwooi Miicee "I will have the best pU,dimi? ntslf In the National I.eaicuc." StalllnKS e:il to luciuii. j 'rt i et iui.nen Hiei i-iiiimi eeetit rpiltit re.idy for such ii cnrnpalKii ns was furnished by the blir three James, Hudolph and Tyler last )ear If occasion demands. WhailnK has found hlmMdf us a catcher, llo wilt bo :ii serviceable an Hank Oowdy. I ii1") have two crackajack you tic backstops who lack experience only anil who In any event will assure me full rtrenKth behind tho hat at all times. Stalllnus and his -nen are confident of another pennant b,atisn thev believe tho rhtb will pet a Tmi-,i btter stmt thnn a year apo, when victory htinij "M a phenomenal drlvo throiiRhont the list half of the season. Johnny livers, here tofore slow starter. H eiijoyliur un usually fine henlth. He Is o'Bht pounds beivler than ever befor", thnuRh we'I isindltloned. Schmidt, tho bin first bus man, reported almot at wrlsht was thirty pounds too heavy nt the be Klnnltitf of the I!il1 race. Stalllncs Is sltirhtly concerned over ' Tlilrd Haseman Hed Smith, wbctm lee I was broken lat last fall. Smith shows a deiideil limp, but it Is hejleved he will be able to plav with his old .iT-suriine within another month In the meantime Ted Cither, an outfielder Inst yeat, has shmvn (Trent ad.mtablllty at tho third orner. Smith will have to take no r sk until he i absolutely, well. Man.iKer Hill Donovan has had sev eral c'Miiinunlc.nionH from Scout Jo Kellev, w ho is on a tour of inspection of major lea cue camps, Joe has forwarded 1 the pontes iif a number of V"it"ir eUi.. ' men who tnlrrnt be wnrthv or tis-tiia- not, ot, the HiisI'mi 'Pi irt of Messrs. Huppert and euirtrest'ons 'ave tnnsilv til do W,th I'tllbtyo M'lUthp.lW'- A couple more would be appreciated bv Donovm even If they were of no mora usefulness than for Kitting p-ince TlonoxMn't te.i'ii this year 's llke.v to run heav 1' toward left handed hlttets List a son Ihe cluh was a mark for tho star eoinhpaws of the el-cult n exhibition dime with Savannah has been arranged for Wednesday after- i noon, in order to make th" test a bet- , tor one Ptmovan has nffe-ed to peovlde I the S'i'ly Leainiers with a bitter' I BEGIN PLAY FOR BIG PURSE. 'fimidlnii Wurb Profeasttinnls lie! lit Itliils To-nlubt. Tw Hi si mifh o' the c inaillao r"" fesw on il li.-Kev series 7.r ., r'iir"e f.e $" "on n r i ... iri n to-n'i'vi it tb St Nbhoi (. H't-v wtfi W.i'b -s ..r Motiinal, who defeite.t Iv. s Can-nitens lird the ljuehc.s rstttllnif for t',,.. prlr.c Th" teams will plav a two untne scries, the flret section to-nlsrht and the second to-morrow nitrht, the team worittir the Kreater number of rroxls In th" two sessions Kettliiir the purse, 's'uebec le represented by Tin unu-uallv fH11"1-' team this year, tind althouirh , tllP f.diowers of the same tlmuirht hlk-hlv i nf the work the Wnndeiers did airrunst 1 i.es v. nn.iniens, ninny reel mm ins .Mom real players will have a hard tlms beatliiK Queries-. Smith, Hltehle, Marks and Ma'.oiie nre said to be amoiiK tlie best players In Canada, and the mist i spectacular hockey of tho year Is prom ised when they take the Ice aKalnst th Wanderers. RICE ENTERTAINS VISITOR. Itnlnnrt llnrrluian, Vnle IIHT. s,.r, ( oliimtiln Crt.in Itiivs, Holand llnrrlmin, a son of th. late 'railroad matrnnto 1 II II in m in and ii member of the I'M? V.i c crew, watcheil the Cnlumtii.i erew sunad iti its sivond wor'.out on the Mndson vt' terdav H.ilTlniaii accient. mu d Co teh Jill H(c.. In the co.iehliiK launch and was Impressed with the hr.ind o' .virs- inanshlp of tne H'.tn. and White lit. lie has Ix-en forcisl to quit rowinir he. ciu.se of an attack of nppendlcltl- Hlce Kavo tho varsity a mldseason workout, scndlnc both tho tlrst and Junior hoats nearly elKht mtle. lie ordered a sprint for the Inst ottni ter mile and tlin tlrst varsity, althouirh les pollshisl in hl.ole work, won out. Walter Johnson Mnkcs Ifltf, lloiv. Cn viti orrr.svit.t.r, Va., March 22--Wa-hltiBtoit tbfented t'tilvirslty of Vlr c't".i to-dnv. !, o 1, t'n K.ltne ' Iiik 1 ill. il in tin sixth on ncenttnt of lctinst cold w'nil which swept the field Wal P r Johnson, inaklni: his season delntt twirled three innltiKs. 11c was foimd fur two hlta In the third, Indudlnc a double which yielded one run I'orillinio Preii Ilaseliiill s,(jnn, Cnt, 'apt Joe Wllllariir of the ronlham picp nine has six veterans out for his team and yesterday cut tlm sound to tvvent men Williams, who is a brother of tin former varsity star Al Williams. now suutll with the tilaiits, Is the best twlrler tho prep ever turned out and would be a welcome addition to the Viirsltj nine JUAREZ RACING RESULTS, llrst It.iee -. furlongs Sharper 1'teld for a few -KnUht 11 ' icuvnnnmh), even, 1 to 2 mnt vvek, Thn ri KU.a mn won. ureenliree, 104 illcnry), 10 to 1. ) Monri ii- with c 1 t to 1 snd '. to 1, so'ond. Pernnu. llo ! V.'. , . ' ,J ,, , " , (MerlltiKi. l'i to 1. 4 to 1 nnd : to 1. third. 1 M 1 n"' 1 " 1 Time, 1.14 I .,. lniiuli'M. Mursan-. Any- f enr'si team, w-nv s' ' nine, iti'sciis iiiirni 1 an-iie. i;iei'irnissn. Pain). Oulilltnti. Uulck Trip mil Prietnrluin also rati Seriill.l Hare Kin furlni.KN .fohn Hllrle Ids, 1 M et , ul f 1. s pi I even nnd 3 tu 2 won I Aunt Heed. 103 iltleei, 1 to e .1 to 5 anl I I to .1. second, Hull to peli. IDs lOrntrvl, 11 1 to 1, : to 1 and even, third Time. I. HI 3-5 llnserlllit, HlB I. limits, llti.il Street, Visible. 1 Citllfiirntii Jink, Pome nn.l Tliiht l!n also I ran Third Usee Peven furlnnKs Typs. 101 i.Mftralfi. 'J to I. 4 to : ind 2 to (,, won. I Cirri" urine, I11O (Lender). 8 to 1, even 1111 I 11 to - s," 1111,1, Pad Pavies, 107 (tieti try 1. 4 to 1, to , and 4 tn t,, third Time 1 .'.' I r. V'rclnla Held, Sluirihaii.l John ' isp'diu. Ida Pln.i, k. I.ennri, Twllliiht un I 11,'ii'e llrnther also ran fourth It.ue lit,, .,nd 11 half furleiiur I'm .Hell. ll.."i 1 I.'ifttisl, 7 tn 10. . t ' in,, I I to 4. wnn; K, mien, iy If; ,m, r, rt ,,, I :i tn V nnd II tn 1 r... on, I, Mancan, I builder! Ill to I. Mill in, 3 to .', tr .line. I I'll .'..i. Cm II, Si lief i, lil.i!"" ,' an,1 mover Hiinhte also i.iu. I irth Itace six furienirs T.arHrore, illeinj), il to I, 2 to 1 an, I tviii. wen lane). fi IMet.'.illi, a In , ,n ,n, t He 1 lo - "" I'"' i ' - 1 1", i";t i..t.,,, h, t I "' ' ""'I " t" ' thll.l rime ' 1" lloi.iui liienilnilt i I'.nii, ninlit K.n, ,, IL n levy an, I lam,' Stti i,u , , n sixth Hit, e un, ml: t.i,, p mt llcnnirri. i. to 1 . t, ' a i 1 1 ii 1 1 n ,n I'anup i I ai, i .v, i,, -i i, in t,, t ; , ,,, , tn J reennd tio'.lv. un, itirnie.i ;: . l-vrn ai.d t to ! third Time, 1 Si Che, iii. L.'1": Ofblcu ii on. Vutad.i) II and rimt Stan !io tun. ATHLETICS NEARLY 1 1 EDGE OUT DODGERS (illllllllll'll if'lllt I.,, mi, 1 , ' "iiiiiv m Si.tli and I iiml s,.,,,.,. js Only 7 lo ii. f'HAnr.K TIOHT I v I'UIT Dvrnr. v, I lodgers made Hie Mbletle noon's contest I'M i it f by b I. i They t-ol Hi.' I, , and never wnc hi. m 'liabeli of !it tenin st.'irteil th and durlnu bn t i I Msekmen only on, live Innlncs. ilm ii, I youni; pltrlnrs, n . lost tho cam'" im j whe-i th" Ame' i i ' fTathered four ruiis In their pnrt im I the Hrooklvns p I I mi somo weird pi r ' phiatis. fi thren I, ... helm; responlb.. t, i , The Athletics Wi 1" ' ol Harry, Oldr.ni;. .- who left earl t , , sonvllle Three p". i, field for the Athl-'i - j pretty cat cben. Commenclnir to-,i o. Will OIH'll a foil I ru)iin tar. m.inv l.nni; Hr.mch te nn The georo ATHI.KTtrs i. 1. i .ill r h . , IlliOl,, I i Th pson.Ib S Hostlek.sh I Crane is . t I.Hppe .. f D'tv is ' t i P.'llfioeUJf R full r rf R Thom.x.lb. J Hamilton ti .. Totals 1 o " s ., 0 1 111 1 I ' 1 '. 1 : " I- . ' ; ' " vi at- A I ' 1 1 V 1 .1 'I ' .' ,, 0 ; 1 l w 10 :t i i ,i ' T , Athlrttif i Brooklyn I Krroi s -.llostw i-li I - M;an sim Tlir-eh,.. IIHl ' KsJII Tun l'.. , K'rst h.sc rtn nrnrs V l-ft nil bases vtll, Ibnlhle pta,v -fell I , s..,iti,r tif.. It , . I li i linnrlbre i s,c ., . i. t fi.Mara II '- m 1 II lit '1 J - . nlf l.c,,.,!!.-. r rst ti se on b.,i'- t'l , 1' I 1 ott II , " , Cbxhes : bv 1,". -i1'- 1 an I Oinnibs rim HARVARD HEAVIEST SCORER Ix of Its football Tennis Tnlb .tlore Thnn Hill Points hi sens, in Ann ,r.B"B. Ml. h. ,M ".m stands se nimber ,, f., ,' . "itid m"i f h i isn Th" r fi:r. . 'e.,l -Is tl tie i !! to P ill tea i 4".v -omr, v. i !'i'f i .1'. i it so t , P'lllceMP t' t i , I mill two 7, v.ird tfa-n of issn. which .Mustr' points to II lot- its opfioii. s, ' all college ta'ns in scores -Is ii peculiar fact that l.eih ,' Princeton ilet'onted i'i!s ter a .'"or!nK t coord for ill i't The .Minnesota t".ri. '. t , totalled ;;t point' to 12 u, . " for htvlnc .iniassrd t1" c - her of points witb-ait su" c c feit Mlehlsar's tum ' . sixth In the Itst o' hlwb the enttnt belns fill to 1 e , ., n' l"'il and 1 10S res e ' ' ti Hill ind elev-' ith " of r.ii? and T'lf' po'ti'- ' 1 were 22 poln'h "t.i ' In i"3 only O P'l'it Two othe- Woiv . r'i... . the inn pMnt n..Tit T 101 il If .1 ir, point" (e 1 s t! e opposition Tl ' '' ' r.'.i points to nothlrrr ' stc nds unlnite in 1 ! football, as it s f .. . I te itn to ko un " i' - 1 season It w s t' cached at Ml'",V!t tlv " teams, feci 1 1, aiiinni; the . .nin,. 1 The count ,r hi 1 "a""" for veils Pn Ki'ne pn's i "i" deti nee t' . machine ,s 't , n.. polnf i aualnst ,' Two teams i i-t ,nft' but oi-ti anv .'Um Ms. totalled fain to t I.I I I" w the elevens vviih coiintlntr n.pi m Ilniiilec tJets X'eriHel no ' MllMlifts, Ti ' I ri'ttidec of Ts.'u V of Sner.unento t .. ' 1 to titifht. and to 1 ! v 1 1 1' as nci 1 v , two men th it oca . - . lsps In .1 lo ' i', , ' awarded Pun ie 1' , ' a tipht from -.un tlnutil exchanre e' i SpillllllllIK W tin IM III- ll II r s I sheet PiM.ltfr.ST. Ppnuldlnp of M was 20 won I 1, cnd!,.np to-dnv I ti ,..mi v.itv, i vt , . 1' , 1 !1K fie concluded to-da' of llneikllne wi' of Halifax Prni-tlce Humes lor 1 olnmMs Coach Andy i'.vi b iseKill ten'n s H liuttan probabli w ' I practice. Coliinitilii siv! innier. nt It Viisln i Coioh !( inedv orie-e' ' svvimmtns- Futiini t , n - I terday In prep ir i"'". ' ' I robin series nirn- k i Pcnnsylvan'a t.. .1. of the le.tKiie I Trncli lien Postpone I' 1 PnUuri. of th" c ' , to Ket the eue ' v i atiscd i 'c i. i I ' pone the i,i . tetd iv S. v . I South Fie I i' alt, 'id i.i . i " e rl taritre. MADISON SO. G'-DEN THURSDAY, MAfiril -'TH or:oss WH5IE vs. j.ooo si i 4 Aclvnitcc Sale, l'i '