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THE SUN, SUNDAY, APRIL 11. 1915.
runa proved anouirti to irlve, Mm nrook
feds the, (tame. Imt they did nut Mnp
there, nd In the next IntiltiK mlileil
three, more on four lilts miti mime weiril
llolrllnc, nhleh. however, rnuld he ex
cused ronftltlerlm; thai nlRlit itlrenily li.nl
Jf there were, nny plnyer nn Hi"
Brooklyn payroll who did not Ret Into
yentrrdny'K prime thry muM h.ivo heeii
hlrlilen llliilcr thn hem-It, fur Mi-vi-iit'en
of thorn were trotlod out on th Held,
and U-trry Srlilall.v. not to I"- nutilnne.
modn fourteen of Ills linpefuls do n
Utile work ll.ti-h ot thn tmttn nse.l
three plti'hrrK, l.iilllli', the Hint rliolco of
the IttooUfi'ilK, ploMliK tin1 most rffro
live of Hip half dozen. The si-nroi
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titan lor Yomu In Hip Iniirtli liinlni
tH.it 1 1. 1 lor I'onl In Hip iiliith Iniilns
lllattnl for Kent In Hip fltlli liinlni
titan for I.an.l In the eevciith limliw
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Brooklyn 1 ( : o : I x-13
ntin-Wetrrzll. I: trr. 2. Kvaiia. 5: An
certon. Oamlpr. Kauff. Cooler. Hull. Mule.
2! Arler. Iiuilpn. Dalton, t'li!ie. Mtllniial.l,
Smith, ntalr Two hae lilt Keel. Illalr.
Knrt. Unit, (latnlfr. Thru- tip lilt Iteeil.
Wpptpnll Home run- Kaiilt S.nrlllee lilt
-Ixiudpn. Chao. Stnlpn tiav Knclr, hvnn.
Tomlen. Smith. Kiwi liaae on emir ltiitf.iln.
a: nrooklrn. 4 I .ell on t.ie- llrn.ikljn. il;
lluft&lo. 15. Struck out-Hy lieitlent. t: hr
Heaton. 1! bv Wchutt, 1: b.v I'liliim. S: lir
Ifltt, 1 Virrt bape on ball Off IWIirnt,
! oft Seann. Si off St-hult. 3; ott t'liliam. 3;
off LultttP. 1 Hit by pitchrr Hy.SpliuU
(Weateritl) Wild pitch Se.Hon llit-i
rtefUerrt. it In thrra tnnlnrs; off Sralnn. 7 In
four Inninfi: oft Srliuli. : In Ihr and on,
third innins: off t'lihum. t In thrrr Imiinr;
oft Ford. 5 In on and two third Innlni: olt
lAfltte. I In two Iniilnj t)mplrp-John-Mon
and Fyf. Ttmp 3 hourt and a) niln
ut. HEWABX WINS ITS STARTER.
Vrnaplntcd InrtlnnnpolU Frr1
VAimMOKB, April 10. Th" local rluh
test 0 Newark, 7 to 6. nt th I'Vdprnl
Imius openlnir hero to-ilny, .Tack
Qulnn and Cy Falkenbprs ncrp the op
cooing pltchprs. Qulnn xvas nicked for
tan Mta and six runs In Iho tlrst pevrn
Innings. Then ho Bavo way to a ptnoli
Mtter. Smith tlnlshed. nllowlm: tho
wrtinth run In tho ninth. Kiilkenliors
was hit qulto freely, hut ho managed to
(lgtltun up In place.. Tno score.
NEWAnKlFL.) I lULTIMOlin iV 1-)
ab Ii fi a el all Ii p a e
Whow.rf 4 n 1 n n Mrypr.rf 3 5 I 0 n
M-K'nlwih B1H3 IKtribp.:b .. I t 1 1 o
llniwh pf.. R 5 II 1 0 Illllicall.pl 1 '.' .1 n I
Tnnr1 'h. 5 3 3 S 0i .1 1111.1 1 .. I 1 0 I) (1
Pch'fer.lb. Ii 1 10 1 (iSn(1iw,lb I IM 1
Xr.inond.aa 3 1 2 4 0 Val-h.3b. . .in;;
Rphr.lf... 3 1 0 01 Donlan.n.. 3 1 .1 4
Kuhn.o 4 1 1 OlOwpnii.e.. .51720
F'k'bfrf.p 4 0 0 O'Oulmi.p.. . ! 1 1
- Simmon t t a o n
T9tal....3Xi::t n'Smith.p.... o o n o n
, tK'palrlck I 0 n 0 o
j Tom 3i io r. t s
Hatful for Oulmi In tlip rcvpiith liinln?.
HattH for Smith m thp ninth Innlnc
V.i-U . .. . 0 3 I 0 o S 0 n 7
nilllmnrp. J 0 11 0 0 0 3 0 O-S
nun mit. Dntic.'in. kMinlan. opn. Sim
mnii. McKppIuiip. Ilnu-rti. liinirlf. SelMPtpr,
mnp.l, rbpr ; Tun b.ip lot Pooian.
Siiierr : llnun-h LpmiMp : Sacrifice lilt
n.i i-Niiiniitl Mnlcn ha?r HiiiKnii. Swa
pt'ia. Itnu. Ii Pontile Play Kalkriilierir.
Si in fir ami M. Kpriini' nri-l imp on nan
Oil (jpiiimi '.' nl( ralkpntN.tr .' Hit hy pitilinr
Ilv I'alUptlh.-ri: illoal.in (we!n 'lolcll
mil' liv i;u"in ' bv mith 1. by Kalupn
h'is I W.ll nt.i t'.ilUpiiNrr l-tt on
ha' llnlnniiirp i Newark Firt Inp
on irrnr Ni,rk I'mpirp McTornuck and
Wrrp.ll Time -j l.our ?i mlntitp
tt II R
ll.l I- rP
sat Wit. hi
0 ii n a t n o o o -t t n
a ii a ii ii 0 a 3 . 3 7 t
I'l.ink uii'l II ink). Ilpiiilrlv
At Kiina City,
Ft II r.
n n n n t, n t t i , n
n (H o o (i 7 r.
I'l ' ire
Atl.n and O'i'onntri Main,
I'Mckar.l and ll.itprlv
WALLACE FADES IN PINCH.
ffo Ho Henry mitl iireeiiiTOfid, So
Strnrt liniiire Wlna,
PitiLAPELi'MiA, April 10.- Swnrth
more's baseball team came up from be
Wnd this afternoon at 1'ranklln I-'leld
and trounced tho l'nlverslty of I'siin
ylvanla nlno to tho tune of 11 tn fi. A.
Wallace, who Marled tho twlrllnt; for
the Wf Quakers, did not allow n hit In
Ave Inlncs, but went up In the air In the
rfxth. Coach Thomas tried three more
pltcfhera, twr of whom were knocked out
ct ttv box when seven runs wero hcored
fey tha vlslton in the eighth. The t-core :
ab h o p ab h p a e
Wmalurii tll o; inn.:b... 4 1 :t 2 ;
fcowael,, 112 0 o,Sphlmpf.!b. 3 1 t 0 0
WBertil.. I 4 1 0! Mitclet.Sb. 1 o 0 -o
Carol Jb,. 1 0 0 1 Monroe.Sb., 1 0 n 0 0
B'fMo&Ab 3 0 1 0 0' Irwin. If 3 0 10 0
TfhUaJb.. lot: o.M'Mchol.rt 30400
MtlLchm.. 1 0 0 0 liMlll'r.cf.... 30100
Koonn.c,... 4 3 90
UAnace.lb 4 17 0 0
Moorp.aa... 3 2 110
Jlayj.... l 0 0 0 0
A Wlaoe.p. n 0 3 0
Orpfnw'd.p. 0 0 0 1 0
Vre-land.p. 110 2 0
Totals SO 9 27 12 2
Mate. ...St 713
fhrtrthmnre 00000407 1-11
PenniylTanta 001100202 s
RUM Shoemaker 2. Brown. lUffert. for.
nlr 2. Twlnlnf 2. Melleh. Henry 2. Sclilmpt,
MUler. Koon 5, II Vt'allK-e 2. llnm run
Twtnnlnr Three bae lilt Ktffrrt, Two haup
hlt8-ntffrt 2. Shopmaker. Konn. .Mann,
Moor Flrat bae on errora I'ennylrnla i',
Swarthmnrp 2 Ie!t on baparpnnylvnnla
. Swarthmor 7. Klrnt base on hall- OP
Twlnlnf 4. oft Wallace 3, off Henry 1. olf
rpnood 2. oft Vrepland 1 Struck oiit- llj
Wallacp 3, by llpnry 1. by Twlnlnr lilts
Off Wallacp, 3 in li lnnlnsii: olf Hnry. 6
in on ami one third Inntnr; off (irpnno.l,
1 tn twntlilnl nf nn lnninr: off Vrpl'in.l.
none In one. tnnlnj Stolen bkp-Miller.
. nnnii 1111 u.T I'll. .1.1 imiiiii n'v
2 hour 20 nilnutPii
SENATORS REPEAT ON BRAVES.
Mil Hiini'lieil On Hi- In I'niirlli
I n n I MB -Score I II.
AH!ii:;..rnN. April in. Washington
li .i.i ..I t f i.'r.i.l.l'u .-11. i ft. olnn llr.'it.. u il,,
"!in .tl i.i, hero iIi'h aftenionii,
, I .tt,.. IIau. I.. ...... '
I tin li. .1 nil.-, "u win, i i 'vn in in,- i.iiiiiii
ii.ns a ill riii'li'! cikiukIi ruiiH to turn
in a t t i il verllet. Walter Jiihnson
I . I :h (list ll.i InniiiKH for Wash-
i i . i i,. I il was nlf Ills .!iillwr that
nt I,' iwh rulli'.iiil three run Moel.
ei i.iiiina wan a putent factor In the
v ,.,' Thi n me :
IKivriiM ..N' I.i WASHINGTON I.
.ill Ii p .v e nli Ii ii
I e ,n . ( 3 .. ft Mneller.rf
3 3 10.)
(. n .. . 4 1 5 2 0 Koirr.3li .
. i i) . .. :li 1 .1 I I i. Mil in.i-f .
"mint y If .1 I I ii William lb
, 'lierl.e! . t I .. n ft I'i. k :b . ..
-liimdl lb I ft 'i ii ft linmliMii If
flllilll.SIl I ft il I ft Melinite.
Mar'vUle.na 4 0 I f. ii, Aiii-tiutli...
(,nvily.e. .. ? 0 4 .1 0 .luhntfiil p. .
"Inlinrc n n ft D n ,yri'i,p .
;p p. . 2 o n o ii
btrjnd.p . I I n t i.' Total
4 ft .
a u i ft ii
4 t " ft II
.1 n 1
4 t a i
4 J 3 I
1 ft 'i 1
2 II l II
I n Ii 1
Jl a i
Total 31 f. 2113 p
Boston ... Ift2ftftft00ft3
Waahinrton . . I ft ft .1 ii ft o n i t
Rune Mopller, nnndpnit, Mi-llrtde Aln
flmith, Moran, Kver. Cnnti'illy Ktrl h.ie on
prror Waahlnctnn, 1. Union, 1! I-lt nil
bap V.ihlnslnn 7 llnti.n. I Klrnl h.i-e
on hall-nrf Ilea. 4 off Jnhiiwui, Hit
Off Johtiton, 3 In llm inulii. off Asn. . in
Inur Inning! off lp 7 in five lnninr. nlf
trand. 2 111 three liminp Slru. k nut 111
Jobnion. Si by Ayrra. by llcai, 3 hv
84ruid. I, Thri.e bat.n hits- Mueller tjnnnnllj
Jaerlftra hit ntapatrtck Stolen ba-e
Mocltar, Connlly. (fodv Double play Hon
4kau. IToater and Alnnmlth Wild pitch -Waa
Umtfre-Collllluwer Time-: houra.
Needs Quick Repair Work
Two (JoldToHli Knocked Out by Willnnl Iit ii 11 r Hnvnna
HnHIc Xeffi'o Swallows Them Kallicr
Than Henr Crowd Jcor.
KlfXK MKI'IUKS PRESENT DA X KK.HTKliS
"The saddest thins I ever saw In my
HfrV said .Inek Citrley ns noon as ho
hepped off tho train nt fhri l'enn.vlv!inl.i
depot Friday nlffht, "wns when .Inck
iiFon started to wnvo uontl-liy to us
at tho wharf In llnvann and then turned
and walked nlone nnd In tears down the
"Ilea ten and n fimltlvo from his own
ci imtry. It broko him nil up to pte our
Imppy rmttil hended for tho land of the
free. I found Johnson a man heforc,
ilttrltiK nnd after the flirht. It doesn't
mako nny fllfferenco -what he's done out
sldn thn rlnw, he was a brave, irnmc,
itenerous warrior Insldo of It. He la the
llrst man defeated since John I Sulll
vnn who haa been man enotinh to nc
knowletlro defeat without a hue nnd cry
of belnK tricked and doped out of his
"He sent for me In the twenty-second
round. I wis out nt the main entrance
watohlmr the ticket boxes, t made my
TMr PltTR IN
TEAR 5 Mn
way to the rlmr Jut before the twenty
sixth round bean. lie leaned through
tn roppa when he saw tno and whin
pered . 'Jack, w take my wife nn.iy
from th ringside. Tell her that I'm
nwfully weak and that I want her to
"I turned to Dick Kle;ln and asked
him tn escort Mrs. Johnson to the oillce.
Dick hud Just reached the box In which
sho had been seated. She was standing
ready to step out of t!he box Just ns
Wlllard shot out his rlaht and Johnson
crashed to thn Moor. Hht scorned to
axo twenty years In the ten seconds that
wero tolled off by Hob Vernon and Jack
Welch, endlnc Jt'hns.'n's ureat HirhtltiK
"About 9 o'clock that nlsht we were
busy over the count of the Bate out at
the track. The door opened and In
walked Johnson. How do you feel.
Jack"' I asked by way of briMklnK the
silence, for nclnvly seemtd to know what
t.i do. feel pretty blue,' he replied.
1 haven't any kick eoir.lnir. I met a
hlff una boy and ho vsore me down.
I didn't dream that there was a man
alle who Could co more than fifteen
round with mc onco I started after
lilni. That was my plan nmilnst this
follow, whom I had never scpn before I
put my name to rMe articles In Iindon. I
I made tho mlstako of my life. I alone
mil to hlane and I only wish him luck
Ho will be champion for many years,
Jack. He's loo e.uthly lilir for them to
ever rea.-h him with a blow that will
hurt him 111 Mocking dtunXounded
me. I couldn't believe that n man, priic.
tltally ,1 iinvlce. could have Mich a
know le.lee of defensive work. I've al
ii puded myself on my blocking. I
think he u.ik ,1 little letter than I was.
And heie's somcthim; jmi fellows didn't
know. Jess ruined my ;olden snlle.
See here !'
"Johnson walked over to a lltrht.
parted his bruised Hps and showed that
.1 couple of thn let th which constituted
his fainoiis Kotdcn sinllo had been
"'It was a left crack on the mouth
that did It. I fi It them drop down on
my toiiKiie and my pride wouldn't let
itm spit them out. I knew what a howl
would kii up If they saw them In the
NtinllKht, so I did the next best thin- I
"The otlldal box office count was
$110,0(10," continued Curley.
When some one said thn Cuban corre
spondents had cabled a mim half that
size Curley said: "That remind me of
the story of the lad who liad Juat not
his Arm pair of Ions: trousers and a
derby hat. He went down town, met
some of his friends nnd wound up ny
staylnK out all nl?ht. He arrived home
In time for breakfast,
"Where wero you all nlfMr aaked
" 'I slept at the T. M. a A.'
" 'Why, son, the V. M. C. A. bulldln
wnn burned down Inst n!(?ht.'
"'Well, ma, that's my etory and I'm
Kolnr to stick to It.'
"So with me. The ofllrlnt count wn
Illrt.OOi), That's my story nnd I'm
(tolmr to stick to that. The Federal law
prohibiting tho Importation of flitht films
will bo tested to the utmost. We hope
to have Congress amend that law. Wo
couldn't develop our fllma In Cuba. Capt.
Smith, to whom -we eold the Cuban
rlRhts, offered to lit up a buUdlnur dark
ennuirh to develop thn ill mi, hut we
couldn't net the chemicals. That's why
It's a mortal c'nch they are not showing
any sneak films of tho fljtht down In
Cuba I wouldn't lm surprlcd If they
I upro palmlnc olf a st of tho Johnson
pXPERT mixinR in exact pro
I portionsgives the unirormly
distinctive flavor that has made
Club Cocktails famous. And the
I soft, mellow smoothness- that's
the result of aging in tho wood.
' As for materials, Club Cocktails are
made of the finest money can buy.
a P. HEUBLEIN & BRO.
Hartford New York Leadoa
"porter el Ibe famoua Drand'a A-1 Saucs
Hum pictures on people who didn't see
"Uur films will be sent aorojs the
Canadian line to lie developed. I trill
charter a special trnln for my friends
tho scrlhcH nnd wo'lt tnke tho nine hour
rldo Just to seo them.
"I'd go it thousand miles to see the
finish of that IIkIH. It would he lm
possible to stnRo It. They wero frenzied,
that crowd, nnd ns they swept up over
the rope. In n wnve of tntiRied nrms and
less the llttlo Cuban policemen nnd the
Cuban soldlern with their drawn swords
went with them In a vain rush to pre
serve, order. I mw men tiiko off their
coats, rip them tip the back nnd toss
them Into tho nlr. Wo found hundred
of li.t with crowns broken around the
arena. It only (toes to show you the
temper of that crowd when the despised
black crumpled and hit the floor for the
"As for Wlllard, he deserves a rn
Kplte from llRhtlmr. Ho' entitled to
what he can net In a theatrical way.
llo'll he the most popular champion that
over held tho title, flood looking, ex.
trnordlnary In disposition and build, he
will win all their hearts. Ifn'il tlsht
when tho tlmo roms and ho'll mett
"The poorest lot of llKhtwelKhta In the
hlMory of tho rlnir uraco It now," says
Frank Krne "I don't like Welsh nt all.
I never saw Nelson, but I'm sure that
Wolprast could have whipped him at any
staco of his career. I didn't (to to see
ShUKrue or White hecauso they are so
poor that It would he wastlnc an eve
ning. I think Klbowii McFadden, Dal
Hawkins, I.avlimo or Splko Sulllvnn
could have cleaned them all up one by
"Why, the fellowa don't prepare for
a flRht. You ain't condition yourself
In two weeks. It takes weeks to pre
pare and weeks to relax so that the body
enn regain lis normal standard. 0c.ir
i.iardner, who neighed 110 pounds, could
have whipped all this Int. Wonderful
puncher, ho could train down to noth
ing. Ho almost had tho upper body of
"Sammy Kelly, the cleverest of the
clever, could hao stabbed thee fellows
Mlly. What a gnat light he and Card
tier put up Oscar broke two of
Sammy's ribs. (Jeorge Dixon was a
marvel. With great 'head and hands he
was everything that a brilliant bo.xer
should be. Ho was ill ways lighting men
larger than himself. He could hit with
either hand equally well. Now they
go through ten round. of perpetual mo
tion, slapping and cutting, and rho crowd
thinks they're hitting.
"They don't applaud Mike Olbbons.
Ilt.'a tho high art of noxtng to-.lay. mil
lions. Tommy llyan, Kid McCoy, they
showed more to the public than nny
three men who evpr boxed. Men like
llyan and McCoy wero exponents of
tliplr own point or view. They wcrp
as much inclined to fool the public as
tney wero tneir opponents, nood a.s
they were, Olbbons showed me masterful
boxing that hasn't been equalled In my
day Welsh tights the hard hitters
without a illp lay of gtnernldhlp. He
Ilee me. ho never encountered a Mc
Fadden or n Fitzgerald,
"flans was a master. He could feint
you Into any position he ple,ied, leaving
you easy prey to ii willd punch, hard
lipcuusii It mo so unexpected. Ho was
tho master hitter. Vim perhaps have
acen iin Impromptu battle In a cafe. A
pulled around. When Clans hit you you
uan'i move out or your tracks. You
Juet crumpled dead to the floor
"All thtrura considered, nob Fltislm
mona wa the best tighter that ever
stepped tnto a ring. He fought at a
time when a man went r distance, hav
ing to take Into consideration Ma powem
and hla opponent's powera, always figur
ing na he went along Just how rood ho'd
be at the end of ten. fifteen, twenty or
twenty-five rounds. It took a general
to plan ma battle along those lines.
That's what made them ntand hpad and
shouidpra over to-day's crop.
"The greatest match In the world
to-day from a standpoint of high IrVixIng
art would he one between I'ncky Mc-I-Mrlnnd
and Mike Olbbons. Compared
to some of the matches we sea It would
he like comparing grand opera to u
honkey tonk concert. It would be a
treat In generalship, skill, hitting, block
tuts, r rj j iitinK mm iiniuuirn inn linn i
.. i '
man will be hit. rending him across the I lerunj. i inineen cnapiers i-.e etuereu
room. Thnt man wasn't hit. hr. was ' '""' A ruling was made barring var
pushed. Another man will awing and I rit' , ',llon fC2J" ',,r,'''v','t,'"- their fra
tho other fellow will go flying e-ldewayn , frti!t lev. The, sehHule : prll is,
to the wall. Not a nunch. He wia I Wgma Nil vs. Thet.t SI: II. I'hl Delta
""iiib. i defeat I'eiinHylvnnla at ITlncrtnn S.tt-
,. .. , .. urday and again tl up the race for the
hen Majtey nitimenUial, the manager iprcnllelae nw-lmmliig championship
of Adonis Itelch, stepped Into Hnrry i, will hwIiii both Charley I.ee and Vnli-I-razees
ofllce nnd disturbed tho home-1 mer in three events,
coming gnhfest by announcing: "I I
orWcWnT MAKES GOOD SHOWING.
i vuilard iJft.nno cash, Jack Curley a,nd
1'p.izen gave him the boisterous "Haw,
, haw !"
Hlumerithnl turned white aa a gliost
.and said: "How could he get money
"I'll tell yuu something," raid Curley.
".less wouldn't fight any one now fur
jriii.timi no. not for 2S,O00 n -round.
Ilo would hn losing money If lie laid
ii f to tram, v I te vou what I w
do I'll take 2.R0n and let Jim Klvnn
light him," i
"Winner tnke all I" mapped Hluinen-1
tltiil. "How rnn It he decided?" i
"No referee'a decision, yuu knnw," '
said Curley. t
"This way," went on Hlutnentlial. "If I
of ten rounds we'll split the money
In half. If either oim nf them goes
nut tile winner will talcn nil the money."
"Now I'll bet can thn 2,5ilil that
Flynn la there, nn his feet at the end
of the ten rounds," replied Curley.
"Let's tjko thn boys out for a little
soda water," said Mnxey quietly.
Hilly Koeho was one of the first to
greet Jack Curley.
"Hilly, I wanted you to referee the
big enntest," Curley said. "I had your
iwitim llrst on tho list, tint Johnson hnl.l :
'No, sir, I won't stand for a New
1 Yorker. They Heated me badly In New
York, Hoc-Ik- won't do. Hn rinnrn from
I'ln-ny Htrtet. He's strictly a New
"I wanted to make it as much of a
New Yoik affair as pomlble, Hilly, but
, Johnson had a way nf getting what he
Albert G. Cutler
' ' laaatt
.aaaaaaaLaK' aLB 1
' TT aLaLafl
Our of the xri'iileat of prtifcn
alonnl halkltnt- ptnyera. llr- ttIII
oppose Joaepti Mayer, nnttnnnl
nmntrnr chnmplon, In tho latter'
first match h professional, nt
Doylr's thl vreeW.
COLUMBIA CREW IS
ON STRICT DIET NOW
Men f!o Tnto Trnlniti"- Qniir
(ors nt. Fiirnaltl Ifnll: Lns(
Lap of Tlpdineii Ri'cim.
CHOXXENREHO ELIfM IU.K
After yesterdny-'s prncttce on the
Hudson Coach Jim ltlce of the Columbia
navy announced th.it his vnrslty crews
will go Into training quarters at Fur
nald Hall, a campus dormitory, to
nmriow night. This marks the lust
lap In preparation fur the triangular
race among Columbia, Pennsylvania and
l'rlnceton for the Child's cup to be held
on Carn.gle I.akn May 0. The 'dis
couraging start and continued misfor
tune of losing well developed oarsmen
1. . ... lywt !! tr, !... t,A
of repeating lat ye'aT' dazzling work ! r'- 't on tIlft Metropolitan list there are
are negative. only seventy-two golfers at 5 or better.
The trouncing that IVnn received About the only Instance In which a
from Yale, ltlce said, la no Indication golfer gets a hetttr rating on the Metro
of the true strength of tho Quakers. P"ltnn list la In the case of Onwnld
Thev have a wealth of veteran material Klrkby. who Is nt 3 on the M. O. A. list
nnd ought to Iv- a good a. lnt June. . and nt 3 on tho V. H. O. A. ratings.
which. In the opinion of the Columbia
mentor, Is far better than inoit crews
ire now nice Is still anxious to get
Dnnoho back. There Is a chmeo that
no may raise nis serin, arsmp ami gel ,
back on the squad before June, hut the i
usual result of poor scholarship In mid-1
t . .- . . . .
.vemester la Ineligibility for tho term, i
ni,. I. Knuin- ,r,,,, .
So Hlce Is not
........... ..... ...
Cronnenberg la back, however. Ills
Infected hand hns heeled completely.
Cronnnberg Just missed making the firt
varsity last year end with Copt. San
born and Hrntton form tho real
,,,.h.lfc ... .i,.ii n n I
strength In this snon s shell. O, n.
Myers Is developing fast at stroke.
despite his woful lack of weight. If'
IHr ran 1llr mil n n-lnnlnv -.. with I
Myers at stroke he will have proved, to
Columbia at leat, that a pa-o setter
dopan t need more than ISO pound In
which to enrry his brains. MacCarthy
last year weighed 156, Myers weighs
Owing to the poor condition of th
South Field courta for thn last week
' thn dual match In tennl between Co-
lumbln and thn Seventh Itegiment hid
to be otmned. Tho Hlue and Win;.
arslty has not been picked as yet.
Manager ltrld?p paid thn nplci'ttmM will
.leneliil tn n Lrnl ltit ,n lliu f.ltllit.
h.. ....... .h... in ,hn ...inn , ..".
which starts to-morrow Ntarly 100
tntrles havo been received for tile
Hiuli.. Thn dnulite have nut proved
o 'uvitiiig, only tin entries haxing been
Tho Interfraternlty b,iebnl tniirni
inent at Cotimihla will begin tn-morrow,
according to a sclie.ltilo atinouin-ed tp-
, ,. . ,
Theta vs.. IM Lambda I'hl: I'hl Slmn.i
Kappa xv. Alpha Delta I'hl; 13, I'til
Kapp.i .Sigma v.. Delta Tail Delta; li.
I'hl Knppa l'sl vs. Delta I'prllon; 17.
SlKtna Alpha I'psllon vs, I'M ilamtni
Delta . 20. Alpha Hlgma I'hl v. Hlgma
I.ouls Mouquln. captain of the varsity
fencing team, said he would fight the
' Proposed amendment to the constitution
of tho Intercollegiate IYnelns League
which Intends to limit varsity compe
tition to threo years, Yale. Hnrvard
and Cornell are In fanr of the r",inc,
while I'ennaylvanln. ''.iliimtili and A'i
napiilis oppo"o It Should It go through
It will force Pennsylvania and Columbia
nut of the league, alnce both Institutions
draw from tho graduate schools. .Mini
quill, who Is president of the organiza
tion, said that tho chance. of swinging
Yale to, Columbia's side are bright.
Coach Kennedy s.-ild thnt In order to
I'lillcKlnna l.oae, hut llulil priti I-ilritpt-
Trnm to line Hun.
I'linviPFNrr, It I, April 10- Tha
Providence team of thn litlernat'nti.il
I.eilglle rlnfcateil llrnwn l'nlverslty in
their initial gamn hero to-day Tun
i,rriro was 1 to ft Crownll. the Hrown
, Pl'ehei-. hurled great hall, a lowing only
S.ihultz nnd Hentipy for Providence
allowed three between them The onlv
run of Iho encounter wa scored In the
fourtli Inning, l-'alirlnue drew a base
on lulls, stole second and scored on
Shorten' hImkIo to right. Tho senn
it, ii. i:
llrnwii.... ft ft n fl e ft ft a ft-.o
Hatterlew- -Srhulli, Ilentlpy and Knpher;
Crnwpll and Dnnavan.
YOUNG GIANTS SWEEP SERIES.
Ilrrnr li ClintlniinnKn OfT.i-t Ttit-lr
l ine Hnttlim.
CiiArrAN(i.i.i. Tenti . April 10 rito
New Yoik Ht.iiits Cnlln iti.idn a cle.in
ttwenp of thn Ht-rle-4 with MtNiae M.-i'n'-liilrlt'H
Cliiitlnliooog.i LtMikiiiita till aft.
i tlKinn, when ihpy gralibed the lung end
of a ft to 11 Nooin. Thn I Hants seciin-.l
till hllH (iff Cut lie, tlui i 'hattuiiooj.l
plU'her, wlillo the Lookouts piinctureil
Stroud for twde. hut lour itntly eiro-a
liy Mci'iinnli-k'H tr-atti morn than iiffH.-t
this mlvantiige Tim eiioie;
it li i;
New York . M 1 ! H I 60 1
IMiallannoga a ft 0 I ft 0 ft 5 ft -s ta I
!latt.-rk Klrnud utiil -Mcle-an and Wen
dell, Currle and Iletta. Dtuplro (ilffoi d,
TR AVERS KEEPS PLACE
ON METROPOLITAN LIST
Former Champion Remains
Rivals on 2 Mark Many Variations
From National Ratings.
Few changes of note appear on the
... . .
mr, iinnnlcnp lists or tno aieiropouinii
ilolf Association announced yesterday
by .lamps A. Tyng of nnttuarol, chair
man of tho handlrnp committee Jerome
I. Travera kpppa his place at eoratch
despite the fnct that he Is no lonaer the
Metropolitan champion, and na was the
cao last year, no one la placed on the
Oswald Klrkby, holder of the Metro
politan title, and Walter J. Travis, who
was runner-up to Klrkby at Englewood
last May, are together at I, Fred Herre
sli'iff, who wan with them Wast year, be
ing among the 1 men on tho new list.
With Herrcshoff nt 3 are B. M. Ilyers
nnd W. K. Whlgham, wno occupied the
same position a yenr ngo.
Fifteen golftrn have been rated at 4,
a tlecroaso of one, although there havo
been a number of changea In the little
group. Tho changes for the most part
have consisted In promoting a numher
of promising young golfers from K to 4.
nnd tho demotion ot somn of the nging
eter.ina from I t 5. 1'hlllp Cartel,
Heglnald W. Lewis, J. N. Mearns, Jr.,
flnrillner W. Whil nnd Nelson Whit
ney are th golfers who have been ad
nnced, and tho one who have dropped
back am .Max Hehr, S. D. Howers,
John M Ward nnd Hobert C. Watson.
In addition tho names of two gnlfera
who wero rated at 4 Inst year do not
appear on tho new list They are W.
II Tuikennati, who really Is n Washing
Ion golfer and plays llttlo In tho me
tropolitan district, and Oilman 1. Tif
fany. Tho omission of Tiffany, who Is
one of tho best known golfers In the
district. Is due to the fnct that hla club,
rowelton, neglected to send In nny re
port. I'owrlton nnd tho Ocpnn Country
Club are the only clubs In the associa
tion which failed to report.'
Tim new list contain only golfers con
filtered worthy of handicap of 9 or less,
.mil contains t59 names, an Increase of
eighteen over last year. That tho V. S.
ii A handicap list was not used as a
guide by thp Metropolitan committee Is
made evident by a comparison of many
f the nainp on bo'h lists. In fact the
Metropolitan committee seem to think
that the 1T. S. O. A has been too gener
ous, and man) gnlfprs at fi on the I'. H.
IS. A list will ninl that they are at
or 7 on the Metropolian list. Thero
are ninety Metropolitan golfers on the
national list which goes no higher than
The new Metropolitan list!
f-CIl.vrfH -J. TJ. Trsver.
il antiIi-aP 1 N'nhody.
II NI)K'A1 2 Oiwalil Klrkty,
,, A-Nr,ICAr 2 B. M. llyra. rrpJ.rlek
H,.rrhnrr. w K. Whlhani
HANfm-Al' 4 E. .M. llarnsa, T. V.
I'rm nsnm i-. . ""'tJ" "'
! A. 1". Kainmer, H. K. Kerr. It M
. j, .Ainrstnn. A. Ji. una. J.
fi'prn Jit. II J Tnpfilnnr. It. Ii WeVb,
White. Nplnon Whitney. B. M. Wll.l.
II VNIJIfAP t .Itibert Abbott, 11. T
Ali.n, II I Htt, Chlholm llpsch,
M It. Hehr. It. S. Hottomp. O llow-ra.
I, T Hroksw. r. A. Clspp. T I) fon-
roy, II u iiomipy. A. winning r w
"Pr, Archibald ilrabam, R. J. tlraham,
t ,,,,,,, . nojnn. MeKlm H..1
imp. Hobrt Iluntr. .t. It lly.te II (
KafT, V. W Kendall, O. K Kohler. i'
T I-anlng, J I. I.or.l, 5t li MacrtonaM.
I v M . . n .11 A n T,.TIn.ln. ?rl W
V Mnrxan, Jr.. n. V Mundy, Jolm
Vaethlng, S. I". Nb, F Norton, J.
l'arrlnh. Jr. Dwlg-ht I'artrlflt. O. A.
lTarrk. John Hel t. Jr.. W. II. nhett. V
V IlP"rj. ! II. fPlpy. W P. Sely. II
SpKKPrman. J V Shnly, V.' M. Pin
cUtr. .1 II f later, 4. J. Sullivan. W. W
Taylor, r F.. Van Week. Jr , J. M. Ward, homo team and allowed only two hits,
" N?,n.:nl,1i W1'"'1.r Istntclt out reven bat-men and isued only
ji N ini .r - i ii. Arent. ii. it .. . i
ll.irne- W It llarnhl'l. II I. Harr, I.. I ,w0 'r''', tickets.
I, lu-.nrd. Jr , r v Henton, v it The whole Princeton team was field
Itremner, r II llroRn. .Andrew far 1 lnK sensational fashion. Madden mak-
V.""fl -'i'onkll.!.- w"?: ' cJnkftn.C""e."?- nP nt 'ho.r,1'
rontev s D Connolly, f j. (.'rookaii, II, spearing a wild throw to flrt In tho bli;
.t Duniiel'. .1 Ii DnUKia. T.
' l!lv, ixerem I'.inniet, J D IVot,
,1 It ilarilnld. !l J He, w. T Olenney,
lialne liu.ithmrv. I. P 5pr, I. A.
Ilntnllt.ili. Paul llarrl.il, D It Hart
bora. lutd llertoti. IZ P Hunt. P. II.
.teniilnc. Howard .lii'ter. Henry Kryn.
II. II I.P.P11II1I!. 1 I.ee 1
S Ma'e.n W 11 Marcn. Jr. t 1! 1
M- tpin :t Mi -elm Meltiiriiey. Donald
M K.-'!-ir .1. M. Menamy. A .-, Mnrro.
c w iii'nntii.r. II m I'nrniin, w D ,
Catternpn, W.i'ter l'eeble, Italph Peter.
Ir. W 1! Pfell. It. 11. Phillip. Sher
Inline Preprint n II. Prln.lle, P. It
Pine 2d. .1. J. Ha.tel. I,. M, lllrhmond,
.t It. It..p. W. It. Simon, C H Pmlth.
II A Stelner. V. It. Thurtoti .1. II.
1 tirnr, .1". 'i. i ni'iu, v "t. i.i. . i 1
II. Wallace, jr., 1 .i. ivaitnnnrn. .
M K Water. A. C. Wheeler. 1 H
Wheeler. M.rhall Whltlaeh, II. V. Whit
ti, li IT. wt.llner. r . c
r . .-. wuuanis,
i!e.irK WoiKton, ocar wooawern, Artnur
HWDicAr 7 J. b. aaami. rPK
ran. I. M. ponailoii, w. n nunn. c
II Karlev II N II. Pay, M. I Kearey.
II c I'ulipr. W I, illpnney, D, W ilran
iiprri. II S ilriivp", fhnter Hrloid,
p r iiniwi j i: Hal, c m it-iii, r.
M Ilnri. li S lllll k. Jo.eph llmlKPOti,
V V. Il.itflill'i A H.illllP. II S
llnrne. .1 T. Ilti'ihard. f H. .IaPkon, F.
' Jentilngs. W Ii Johinon. II. It. .lolin-
lone. ,1 i Krllngg. I.. V Klnnrar 11
S Knapp. I P Knapp, II. H. Ktinnltmi,
S' K Uadd li-tnrn iMwea. C. It I.eiUe
'.'I. ' l-oiil l,l InKBtoti. W A. I.owrte, Prank
l..non. f. H Ma.-Dntiald. A. W. Maine
.1 il Mirtln. w ii. M-.Knllit. f V
Mem-role II M. Miller, Henry Mnlr, 11. 1!
M.i.i.ly. Paul Mimrp t' A Murdnek, .1. D
I Nrum.in. W .1 M.-lmU. J A I'ta, P il
I 1,111. .-.I-II.' I Ullltllll, t.. I iilllBir,. ,
r Piirie't li. 1' liplnmund. K f llei--niilil.
lir.uitlnn.l rtl.e. It f IllPhard. W
U Iti. hiir.l. I'. T III. li.ir.li.on. U J HMa
w,iv. M lt.ibl.lni.. it I Sawver
Tl It Sibley, f M flieaf, Jr. J 1
Sliiimmi. II D Smith, Frederick ."nare,
II t; pimi. W H fHaffnrd, 11. f Htevenp,
ll i: s.iim.. A D S.ir,l. It. M. Tnrle
tun. I". II Them. T Thnma. II It
Tn nueii i. A f. Travl. falvln Truelale,
i- .1 Turner, .1. A. Tynie S O VendPrpoel,
W l Vaiiderpool. W V. Vim lean. Wlll
tatn W.u.in. W H Wheeler. It. II White,
II II Wil..i T 1' Wlleoa. It II Wl'l
I. i -is Ir r M WPmiii, H M Woods.
HVNDIfAP A It Allan. tlnry All
e.i. A II A'hfnrth, .1 II Hiker. A. M.
1 W 1,1 tit il It Hil.lw'ln, Maturln Ilallnu,
Il II II flow", .1 t) llittenaun, W It
II. -it. f il. Itlai-k, 11. II llottnmp, Durant
llnner II K. Hnyep. II II IlrPter
II M llrltttn. WaltPr Hrown, J. II Huck
liee. M S Hiickner. LelKliton Calkin. It.
P firter. II. C. Clark, Jr., II. II. Clark,
il p II Clarke. C. ( fomatock. A. N
i -oh pertlm nit. It A Day, 11. P. Decker,
i-: I d Piup't, H. If. da Koreat, C, P
IHMin, ii Dlon. Jr. A. T. Dwlght,
I W llBlntnn, Jr.. II T. Falrchlld, A
I-.mi htw .user, A. It. FlJh. V. 11. rt.
c ll (l.iidlner. Jr. C. t (lo, Lawrence
tlourlav. II H. flreen, ll, C. tlreetiwav,
II I tlrlnnell. .1 T. riwathmey, W w
Hiiirls. 1". c. Ilavetiieyer. Itpnnptt Heath,
I' It IIH1 S M Htnmiin, T. C. llotfmnn,
4iPip.ir.l Hninati. T D. Hooppr. II ii
ll.nifri-k. .1 H Irving, J. A. Janln. A
ll .l.inps. lt.'Ber .Inne. B. F. Jone. !, S
K.pter r s Ki-llorg, D. P Klngsley.
,1 li Willi. I'' ll Lnllny, II, i: I.nreinlini,
I' l.et.hr.ir.l, J. f Ixird. W VS. I.oiiitli
in in ii S Ludlow. J.tvper Lvncb
VV l Mart.innl.1. T W Mnley. D I.
Miinmn. IV I! Marcut, ll, ll Mimon, c
1" .Matlinwami, II W Maxwell. II W
.Mhxhc'I ,lr. It II MeAdntn. W J
M.-fnnviP. M M MlchiiPl, Z. T .Miller,
Prices and Terms to Suit,
REPAIRS BY EXPERT MECHANICS.
The llriinwirk-llaJke-('otpnrier Co.,
U to 34 Wcat 3M tit,, Npar llruadway,
.Miatre, v. li Avpren. r . iiiftini , mm hlta-lioyt. Three Due Mt tireetie
W. A. Ilarber, A. . nourrte. J. ,"- Struck out Hy I.tnk. 7: by Johnoon. 1 Vit'X
channn. U W fallan, Donalrl Carr, II t) h nn hiuiie) UnV ne- tnhn.nn
i'hrltl. A. M Coat, Clark Coehran. i..t hall .nrirr vnta nii. .tnhn.
r-onover. 11. M. t.oie. l. ll
at Scratch With Nearest i
A. r C.
Mllllgnn John Mnlltr. .Ir A.
K. A M.i.ire. W. 11. V .Mnnre.
Alfred .Miirell. W. C. Morrill, i' M. Mur-
lihy. If. I.. Nichols, Alfred Nnrrl. A. I.
Norrl. W. M llr. Jr., A I. Palmer.
W. II. Phillips, IV, I,. Plerrp, Jr.. W.
It. Pool, A. C. I'latt. rharle I'reahrey,
.t. T. Pulling. It. U Itedflold, V O. Heln
hart. K. n. Illchardaon, W, V. Hobert'.
(I. K. lloblnson, T. M. P. noil. A. W.
Wlnthrop Payer, M. M. Ringer. Cornelius
Smith, Jr., W. M. Smith. Victor fiorchan,
S. It. Snprel. A. (J. M. Htavely, F. A.
Hteplp, Walter Stern, W, P. HlPVpnaon.
If. H. Htoddarrt. J. J1. C. Tappan. l.loyd
Tpflt, W. v. Thompson, K. A. Thomson,
r. P. Turner. I.. II. Tyng, C. i:. Van
Vlpck, William Vltt, Wlllard Wadaworth,
J. I,. Walker, Theodore Warner, A, .1.
Watson. C. F. Wataon. CI, B. Wataon. II,
il White, K. II. Wlanell, If. It. Worth
lllgtnn. HANDICAP 9 O. II Abbott. A. C.
Aborn. Kllla Adama, J. K. Adam. W. H.
Adams. J. D. Aharn, A. K. Alison. It.
II, Aronton, W. w. Ilabcock, F. r ltaeli.
II. A. Hade, J. W. Haker. David Handler,
H. V. Harrow, Frank Herton, J, tl. Hate,
II. t. Herner. C. It. Hlake, Jr.. .1. P.
Hra.iiilmw, rteglnald Ilrooks, F. K. Hull,
S. P. lliih.
Alexander Carleton. O. B. Carlnn. V
K. Carlson, T. W. Carter, ThPO.Iorn fan
beer. W. CatPhlng. Daniel fliauncev.
A A. flarke, .1, S. Clark. It. O. Colt. It.
S. fnurlney. It. E. Cran. II. M. Cum
rnlng. F. F de Itham. F. K. Donolm.
It . Doty. F. t' Dunning, Iteglnuld
Flncke. 1". K. Flaugh. K. W Fowler, F,
W !. I'lillerton, Herman tlahren, T. ".
tiale. I. It. tiarretpnn. II. (1. (Illps. J. H.
tllllpplp, P II iloldnitth. F. M rlould.
liervan Oreen, Wharton (treen. N. F
llrlflln, O. U tliihelman, F. M. tiwyer,
t II. Hart. I to aril llasbrouck. J. .1.
Ilaren. F. J. Hslmle. It. W. Itendprson,
II. Hprlng. P J. Herrnn, R. Hlnmati. II, I,.
Jlnliues, Harry Iloman. Thoniaa Hnven
den. V. II. Iluhball, U II. Iluahe. It. D.
Hiimplirey. W, J Hyde, A II. Johnson,
W C. Johnnon.
F. H. Kahn. H V. Keep. F.. I. Keers.
J. H. KPlly, K. H. Kendall, F P. Klm
ball, W S. Klnnear, William KlrkPr.
M W iMl.tlaw, IV. A. Irnd. M. P.
I, ls, C. C. Lime. Jr.. O. K. Maltby.
Arthur Man. F. A. Maraellua, II. T, Mar
shatl. C. A. McCTormtek, Albert Mc
Dongal. C. It. Mclnnea, o. H SIc.Mlllen.
H. ). Meyers, C. H. Miller. Hobrt Mitchell.
11. Morgan. C. B. Morrla. John Morri
son. A. Murphy, B. Da C. Natli, II, S.
I'alne, W A. Patterson. C. N. l'eaeoek.
II. I,. Phllllpa. H. Phillips, Joseph Pick
hard. Jr. S. N. Plpron. Olarence Place,
A. If. Pegaon, A. It Porter, E. M. Poiey,
Frank Preabrey, It. A. Ralney. P. S. P.
Itandolnh. Jr.. C. M. nlyaa, j: C. Ttennarfl.
It. r. Hire. II. , rttdrter, O. C. Itlrg.
T M Robertson.
II. 11. Salmon, R. Randeraon, C, K. T,
. harp. Robert Sedgwick, Jr., C S.
Se.leck. Hutler Sheldon. H. A. Sherman,
Ilduard ahlppen. W. C Shoup. F. 11.
Simmon. F. C. Smith. James T, Smith,
M I. K. Smith. It A. Smith, F A.
Solwedel, C. A. Spofford, N. K. Fpragup,
Kd Stprn. AlfrPd silllman. J. A. Sttllman.
i" It. Storrs. C. T. Stout, C. T. Sweeny,
W V Sword. R. H Taft, Undsley
Tappln, .1 L. Taylor, William Thaw, W.
U Thomaa. V. C. Thorne, T T Totten,
It J, Trevorrow, W. B. TrueMal. Bu
aen Valentine. I.. E. Van Btten. C. Wat
lac. F. II. Webrter, Samuel Wethlrell,
A. O. Wbttham. C. B. Wilcox. J H.
Wllllama. O. I.. Wllllama. N. N. William
on, II, A. Wilson, F. A. Wright. R. II.
Wylle. C, F. Zletfer.
TIGERS WIN EASILY.
URSINUS IS SHUT OUT
Hood Batting and Better FIpM
ine Are Features of
10 to 0 Victory.
Pp.INcrTON, N. J.. April 10.- Prince
ton dlaplayod aplendld form to-day and
had little dtc.lctilty In defeating Urstnu
by a score of 10 to 0, There was clean
sharp fielding with no misses and sev
eral brilliant stops by the Tigers whll"
at the lut they were able to hit O. John
son freely, when there wero men on the
bases. I.lnd did tho twirling" for the
league manner nnd Hoyt taking a linn
drive off Adams's hat thut looked jjo.h!
for three base. The scorn:
ab h p a p all h p a p
Dienier.aa . 1113 " Hank If j 0 t 0
Kpnne.ty.lf 4 0 2 0 OCnokPlf . . 1 .1 ft ft n
-Mittprl s.th 4 'i I : 0 ttiii.jt,. .
"turari.cf . 4 1 1) ft ft Mica Sb .
Johnson p I 0 ft 3 0 Scully.Sb.
Adama.lb.. 3 0 0 0 c,retip.rf .
Kerr.lb. .. 3 (1 11 ft 0 Uoiulat.lb,
Hownian.e 3 0 10 1 Hoit.cf ...
Mlller.rf.. 1 1 M 2,-M.uide.n.fi.
t 0 )
4 2 0 1
4 2 0 0
4 ft 11
4 1 2
4 1 2
2 1 7
0 0 3
Tetala ..SO 3 14 t i Driiri.c. .
Total! S3 10 27 11 I)
4 2 0 1 0 0 S 0 i10
ituns- iianna. i; iiu, j; miiy. 2: oreprp,
' 2: Kpllrher. 2 Stolen bae Gill. Bonman,
I Miner samn.-e hlta-i.inlt, Kellehpr Two
Hit by pitcher Br Johrtvm lllanki. Kel
lehprl Ift on baaee Prinepton. (-, rralmi
I'mplrea Conahan and I-'reetnan Time
1 hour and 49 minima
Wllltntiia I'ruTrs Ka- Vlt-llrn,
Washinoton, April 10. Williams was
easy for fleorgetown here to-day and
.vn.i defeated 5 tn 1, Score :
R. II K
riprtown. . . lflftOOlft.5 s 4
Williams ftftnooifto o a 3 (i
llKttriee aeorretown McCarthy. Kl
iey and Irwin, William Mmlth, Ilotven
and MlrhPler Umpire llandlboe
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where, anytime with tho
Throw target 40 to 75 yards.
Imitates ducka, quail, etc. Packa
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Hold Opponent llltleaa for Three
I tt ii I it hn llnrtnrtl Wlna,
t'AMtirtllniK, Mass., April in. -IMdln
Maliaii, llnrviiril'R fonlliall captain,
P (cheil line hall ir tin Crimson varsity
iiiup to-day Hi the first game of th
.enr. going tlni'i' inning without allow
ing n team, ciimposeil of former varsity
nn ii and a geiieriiuit spt Inkling nf pro
fpHnn.ils, n miliary hit, nnd beating
them !i to 4. Harvard, which will meet
the Itnsloii llnives nn Miiuil.ty, batted
well fur tho llrst tiny out, getting ten
lilts, several for extra bases, and a part
of the hard batting being done against
Oeoige I i.i via, who I under contract
Willi tho Itrnves,
F.inlliall watt cut nut fur thn day hut
the laeiifsn team opened Its season,
playing the Huston l.ncros..' Club, bv
which It was beaten, 7 to A, Tho Iioston
team Is made up almost entllely of old
Harvard players nnd Is cnptnlned hy tho
varsity coach, Dr. Oustnfson.
Tho varsity crew, which heat the sec
ond crew In a short bru.ih yesterday,
rami over tho Henley distance this
afternoon against tho freshmen, picking
them up half way through n four mile
row. The freshmen wero allowed Iwo
lengths start but were beaten hy hnlf n
BL0D6ETT FORCES IN
TWO COLGATE TALLIES
Xnvy Pltchor Goes Wild Wlirn
Victory Apppars Sum
for iris Club.
ANVAror.is, April 10. Iiose npldlne
and hard hitting marked a seesaw game
game of baseball here thi afternoon, In
which Colgate won from the N'uval
Academy hy 3 to K. After scoring twice
In tho flrat, the Navy appeared to have
clinched the game when Adama knocked
a homo run In the next, driving two
runs ahead of him.
Colgate came up for Its laat try a run
to the bad Kdgerton was passed, and
took second when Adams fumbled Glen
dennlng'a grounder. Held then singled,
filling the barea. Kdgerton w-as forced
at the plate by Van Alstyne, but Illod
gett passed Kennedy and Hobtnson giv
ing the visitors two runs.
Both teams hit tltc ball hard, hut Col
gate did particularly poor work on the
liases. Dldogett succeeded Kennedy in
the fourth Inning nnd went well until
the ninth when he wa very wild. The
CCIMTH 'KAVAI, ACADEMY
ab h p a r ah )i p a e
noii orv:r 4 i i i . r nner.5t 4 ; r.
Mpwart.lb 2 9 i) n, Ailant.
Dertb.. 4 1 .1 4 1 Smith.lf....
E.lf rton.rf r. o t n o'll.Kiehcr.cf
tilpii'lnr.cl B n a Hli-kn.c. .
Relde. ... r. .1 .1 ft.Miiran.rf ..
4 1 2 4 f
; i (i ii
.t a r. i i)
4 13 0 1
VAIya'eei 6 0 " 1 i UflJer.tb t 1 n e n
Kenr.ey.lf 4 3 3 0 1' Keiher.ni 11 I I I
Cnnnorp.p. 3 2 a 1 o 't nnnolly
Vpt t o a n e Kemmly.p
Hick p.. . M M Weall
Total . 41 11 :i 10 4,
i it ii
n a a 2 a
I ft a n n
3 10 10
m pi is 4
Datted for Connors In the pyenth lnninr
liiitil-.i i..r heiiiirr in li.- Inliiii iiihiin
tn.tltHl for Kenneily In the fourth mniiur
Naval Aea1emy 2 .! a " 2 n 1 I ft-
Itmv-Dwypr. 5; Glendemunr, :: Van Al
Myno. Kenney, 2i Connor T Klher. .1;
Adnia. .mith. 2: II. Flshpr. Ifpnnedy. Home
run Connor. Adams Three base hit
fmtth. Two bajp lilt Robinson Sa.Tlfl.-n
flip Rodier. Advn Hae m hall Off
Connor, i off Hlodrett, t Hit br pii-her
iilclbv Cnnnnr "tnlen ha Olpn.'.eimtnc.
T Fh.T. Smith. H lher. iMther sinKk ,
out Hr tonnnre, s. bv Kennnily, I hr lllcke,
I Wi'd pitch MooVeit I.R on bipe i
Colrate, 11, .Varal Acvb-mr, M Double
pl,iv Advnp. Kellher and Hrljpr I'mpire
iw-it and Huehe lime of ram 2 hnurt
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that any other car has been viewed
with such enthusiasm. You will
surely be delighted with it.
Chandler Admirers and they are a host
have found everything to please them, and
not a thing to disappoint them, in the New
Season's seven-passenger model.
The $1295 Chandler price announced In January I'""1
good on this big, roomy seven-pasisenRer model. N-1 a
detail of design or materials anywhere in the car has bee'
cheapened In quality to make this price possible. V v pi
for the. lonser wheel-base and the seven-passetiRcr li. 'H
nnd home lesser refinements and Improvements, it is tie
same Chandler that was so popular last year at !' '
and with only a five-passenger body.
In the tonneau of the new seven-passenger bndv
Is no cramping or crowding. You will be imprest-.! I
the clever construction of the auxiliary seats. Uhfi -in
use they fold away neatly into the floor nnd the ' .
of the front seat, converting the car Into an exceptnm
spacious Ave - passenger carriage. No thumb -s.tw-
levers of any nature are necessary for their adjust -.
The demand for the Chandler all over tho coontrv i -Rweeping
that the factory will be hard driven to'r..l
orders, even with Its production for the yenr lmtn-t".''
increased. Our allotment is liberal, but definite. At
yond that limit we shall not be able to supply our p.itro-i-If
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With tho MnrveloviB Chnndler Motor
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CALDMET HITS HARD
BUT MILS TO WIN
KiTors at fi'Mrnl Motnrnfs
Knahlo I'nlon Ch fn
CONTEST rs ri.osj,
1V1NTKR I.KAtit P, si VSh.,,i
Team. p v i '
nacrjupt end TPnnlJ. . It i
t'nlverplty. t,i i j
Twelfth Infantry IS i
TTie lossj of a elcsn game io
' iiiu tup t auiTtiet i i,,), i ( (11
from third to fifth place in tl,.. w,,,,',,'
ICftgne ntandlng yesterd.n ii,, ,
irame wtui played on the I-fti, ,,
lot and after n, struggle that w-n,
dtlng1 all of the way I'Mori won in 0 i
It wim either tennt'a gam up tn n
last minute, ns the play was remark
ably even. After Union had led tt.
Revernl Innings Calumet rallied tn th
sixth, rtoorM four run and was th,,,
ahead when the t'nlnn. Club came to bv
After a ee.sslon full ot pxir.ted pla;
Union duplicate,! Calumefa perform
mice nnd ponred four on Its own a.-,
count, going Into thn lmd bv on run.
Cnlutnet died quickly In the Hnal Innln
and tho gamo wan over.
Poor fielding was responsible for th
Calumet defeat nnd six errors
mado dur'ng the ganie. Aa far aj ti,
hatting waa conc-rn-. tho lo-e- ,M
the better of It, aa thy mado eighlMn
hita to thirteen by tho winners. t
ab h p a ei ibh mi
Aten.ai,... 3 2 3ft. WaahTnlb 6 4 i t t
Cprero.lb.. 2 2 10 i;unl'mln.-t 8 1 5 i 1
IIIITllt.Jb. S 3 4 1 IaiHt.p.. 5 : ; i ,
llat'nhall.c 3 2 o l1 Hlnckler.lb r 1 7 0
Sehulti.lb. 7 3 ft I, Wateon.c l 111
A THt.2b.aa 4 i 1 0 Glbbon.i.tb 61131
Total . Mil r. 1 1
Hinckley out: hit by battM ball
Calumet 0 0 5 114 4-1
fnlon ,,. 1 1 2:01 -:i
Kuna-B. B Tilt . A Tilt 3. C'rero. Attn.
Itattenhall, Waton J. lVaahlnslon 2. Ittn
2. Henjamln. Hinckley, lilbbonn Two r
hit II, II. Tilt SvrlH.-e hlt-Htt.n,ill
Cerero. Benjamin. Stolen base-A T it l
Hinckley 2, Waililnrtoti 2. fprero. IUttah2
Benjamin. Learltt First ba on ball., oj
Dearm 2. off Coolldi 1 balli
Watson, Battenhall. Cmplre W A T.lt
and A Barnewell Tlmei hour
Pli.V ... . 1 a!.. .
DARTMOUTH WINS IN SEVENTH,
His Ttnna In Single Inning Kat
Creaeent A. C. lne.
Dartmouth defeate.1 the Crevnt Ath
letlo Club bOHOball team yesterday t
Hay Uldgo by a nenro of to 1 Til
Now Moonerf ex-ored their lore ullv 'n
the third nnd held th lead up to 1
t-eventh. Thn Hanover applet .
pounile.l the offerings of r; o ti. ..
tr.er Yale twlrler, ntnl got a - 1 1
Tho runs came as a result of tm .
gles, .1 double, four base "t l .1 . I
.1 sacrifice lilt Smith M.-picl '
mound nnd during his three r
lowed hut three hit" lllle i' .ii w, - i
and after tho dlaler wa - c . . 17
I.pe rarrott twlrl.l the i
for Dartmouth. The , ore
Dartmouth . ftftnftooti
Cre-ent A, C 0 ft 1 ft 1) 0 ft
Halter! Parrott ,, 1 v
Smith, title. I,p nnd Itel l.